Dating stereoviews

01-Feb-2017 04:21

Ansco cameras were still manufactured up until 1990. These cards bear the printed and glued-on label on the back and several of the cards bear either a full revenue stamp.

Anthony was one of the largest and most important photographic image suppliers and equipment manufacturers in America. to form ANSCO, which, in 1928 joined with the German company, Agfa. Anthony, but, as is quite typical, the actual photographer is anonymous.

Building on success, we are posting new lists at an increased rate. In doing so he noticed a number of inconsistencies and errors in their captions when compared to the original manuscript.

The second iteration concentrates on stereoscopic views of the American West. Jeremy Rowe has kindly allowed us to publish many of his lists of photographers of Arizona and New Mexico. Paula Fleming and Judith Luskey found that the original listing had been subsequently “edited”, or more correctly “falsified” by Powell, Hillers, and perhaps a few other hands.

It covers many aspects of collection from a variety of stereoviews, to tru-vue, to viewmaster and so on.

For whatever reason, neither Broadway nor Hollywood celebrities seemed to have posed for these pictures.We rediscovered these two stereo views in our Miscellaneous Pictures collection and, after further research and consultation with the Louisiana Historical Association Collection at Tulane University (home to the most complete set of these Osborn and Durbec prints), we concluded that these two images in our collection were indeed among those that were created on this visit to the Fort. Osborn, photographs, photography, South Carolina, stereographic views. This entry was posted in Southern Historical Collection and tagged Charleston, F. However, 21st century computer software can help us render a “simulated 3D” image that suggests what our favorites of yesteryear might have looked like in the third dimension.If you have access to an old Stereoscope or perhaps to a modern version made of cardboard found in books about old stereo cards, then you’re all set to enjoy seeing Mr.

For whatever reason, neither Broadway nor Hollywood celebrities seemed to have posed for these pictures.

We rediscovered these two stereo views in our Miscellaneous Pictures collection and, after further research and consultation with the Louisiana Historical Association Collection at Tulane University (home to the most complete set of these Osborn and Durbec prints), we concluded that these two images in our collection were indeed among those that were created on this visit to the Fort. Osborn, photographs, photography, South Carolina, stereographic views.

This entry was posted in Southern Historical Collection and tagged Charleston, F.

However, 21st century computer software can help us render a “simulated 3D” image that suggests what our favorites of yesteryear might have looked like in the third dimension.

If you have access to an old Stereoscope or perhaps to a modern version made of cardboard found in books about old stereo cards, then you’re all set to enjoy seeing Mr.

These pictures are attributed to the Charleston photographic establishment of “Osborn & Durbec’s Southern Stereoscopic and Photographic Depot,” operated by James M. More stereo views may exist, still to be rediscovered.