2 edition of The United States of America through the stereoscope found in the catalog.
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|Number of Pages||69|
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A unique opportunity to own the complete Tour Through Yellowstone National Park map, guide book, and stereoscope set with viewer published by Underwood & Underwood in By: Underwood & UnderwoodDate: (dated) New York, NYDimensions: Map - 18 x inches ( x 31 cm)A unique opportunity to own the complete Tour Through. Oliver Wendell Holmes invented the kind of stereoscope that, together with a collection of stereoscopic views, became a popular instrument of home entertainment in the United States until the advent of the home phonograph and the radio. The principle of the stereoscope is applied in binocular field glasses and binocular microscopes. Stereoscope. The suffragist Lucy Stone was the first person cremated at the Forest Hills Crematory in Boston in Frances Willard—suffragist, temperance activist, and avid bicyclist—was also a vocal advocate of cremation.
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The stereoscope; its history, theory, and construction - D. Brewster () The stereoscopic manual - W. Chadwick () The theory of modern optical instruments - A.
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For readings on the history of the stereoscope, see Judith Babbits, “Made in America: A Stereoscopic View of the United States,” in American Photographs in Europe, ed.
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With page + end papers book Italy Through the Stereoscope by D.J. Ellison,and map booklet with 10 maps as indicated on the cover of the map booklet. Most of the maps are fine but three have small tears, quite inconsequential.
Book has fading at bottom. Views and. The United States of America through the stereoscope; one hundred outlooks from successive standpoints in different Also available in digital form. Contributor: Underwood & Underwood.
By John P. Clum. Author John P. Clum. Trip to the Klondike Through the Stereoscope. Scholars believe, and we concur, that this work is important enough to be preserved, reproduced, and made generally available to the public. Animated stereoscopic photographs of people in various cities and other places throughout the the United States of America in the 's.
Sources: Library of. The United States Library of Congress describes Stereographs in the following way and I would like to share it with you now: Stereographs consist of two nearly identical photographs or photomechanical prints, paired to produce the illusion of a single three-dimensional image, usually when viewed through a stereoscope.
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Stereographs, an early form of three-dimensional photograph, were a major vehicle for popular education and entertainment in the latter part of the nineteenth century. Many nineteenth-century photographers now regarded as fine artists produced significant bodies.
The guide was a great success so much so that in the second edition of Egypt through the Stereoscope and boxed set was published. The Egypt tour, with explanatory notes, included a boxed set of one hundred views, a page guide book by Breasted, and twenty Underwood patent maps. A collection of animated stereoscopic photos of staged scenes of ghosts haunting people taken during the 's and 's.
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Plus thirty stereoscopic views on stiff mounts, plus a second different copy of view number twenty six. Find World War Through the Stereoscope. [First World War stereo views] by Keystone View Company - Find World War Through the Stereoscope. [First World War stereo views] by Keystone View Company - COVID Update Four (4) original stereoview photographs of natural and archaeological monuments in the United States of America.
A stereoscope is a device for viewing a stereoscopic pair of separate images, depicting left-eye and right-eye views of the same scene, as a single three-dimensional image. A typical stereoscope provides each eye with a lens that makes the image seen through it appear larger and more distant and usually also shifts its apparent horizontal position, so that for a person with normal binocular.
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The civilization of Babylon may be older, though that question is still under debate, but Babylonia so early disappeared as a nation, that the length /5(4). Richards Stereoscope W Bausch And Lomb And - Aerial Photograph. $1, The United States of America through the stereoscope - Underwood & Underwood () Traité pratique de photographie stéréoscopique - L.
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Points of view, the stereograph in America: a cultural history Edward W. Earle, Howard Saul Becker, Thomas W. Southall, Harvey Green Visual Studies Workshop Press, - Art - pages. On ApWoodville Latham and his sons, Otway and Gray, demonstrate their “Panopticon,” the first movie projector developed in the United States.
'A wonderful, splendid book--a book that should be ready by every American, student or otherwise, who wants to understand his country, its true history, and its hope for the future.' --Howard Fast For much of his life, historian Howard Zinn chronicled American history from the bottom up, throwing out the official version taught in schools -- with its emphasis on great men in high.
Keystone View Company World War Through the Stereoscope Collection, MSS, San José State University Library Europe and the United States. The collection also includes a stereoscope for viewing the stereographs and a copy of the book "The World War Through the Telebinocular: A visualized, vitalized history of the greatest File Size: 55KB.
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The author’s thesis is clear and, although she readily demonstrates her understanding of critical theorists such as.Armchair travelers in Europe and the United States were eager for photographs depicting what they perceived as exotic places and people. The stereograph, which capitalizes on binocular vision to create a seemingly 3-D image when viewed through a stereoscope, thrilled viewers by making these figures or landscapes appear even more realistic.