Antique Washtington, D.C. Stereoview Stereoscope Viewer Cards 1898 to 1917 President Wilson Historical Buildings
Set of 5 Antique Stereoview or Stereoscope Cards with historical Washington, DC buildings, gardens and President Wilson addressing Congress. Three of these are colorized photos. This is a mixed batch from different card makers in fair to good condition.
You will note normal age wear such as tanning, and age spots on the mounting boards. The photos are all good and the captions can still be easily read. For 105-124 years old they are in the condition we would expect to find them in. No rips, tears or odors.
Each card measures 3.5" X 7" and will fit any of your standard size stereoscopes (we have one antique scope left in our shop).
Here is what you will receive:
1917 Keystone View Company - Manufacturers Publishers, Copyrighted Made in U.S.A., Meadville Pa, New York, NY, Portland, Oregon, London, Eng., Sydney, Aus. Card # 19000 - President Wilson Addressing Congress on Question of International Peace and Imminent Danger of War with Germany (Back of this card has a description of Wilson's WWI era Address to Congress)
1906 The Whiting View Company - Home Office: Cincinnati, Ohio, Twentieth Century Series, Copyright 1906 by Whiting Bros. Card # 306 - Grounds of the Department of Agriculture, Washington, D.C., U.S.A.
Three Cards on White Stock with Blue Lettering Maker Unknown - these are colorized photographs c1898 5- Grand Stairway Congressional Library, Washington, D.C., Copyrighted 1898 by T.W. Ingersoll. 46 - The Capitol, Main Entrance to Senate Chamber 93 - U.S. Pension Bureau Building, Washington, D.C., Copyrighted 1898 by T.W. Ingersoll.
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