A miscellaneous collection of material, photos, postcards, catalogs, etc. at bargain prices.

MOSQUE IN ALGERIA BY PROD’HOM. Cabinet Card by Prod’hom although image does not have Prod’hom’s blindstamp. Identified by other cabinet cards that came with this one all with blindstamp. Titled in ink on verso “Mosque de Guelma.” VG. $20

Postcard. The Valentine & Sons’ Publishing Co., Ltd., NY. Printed in Great Britain. B. and O. Depot, Mansfield, O. Postmarked Jan. 9, 1911. 1-cent green stamp. Addressed to Rev. EB Cobb, Elizabeth, NJ. VG. $8

Postcard. Published by S. Langsdorf & Co., NY. Germany. Union Depot, Springfield, Mass. Unused, undivided back. VG. $5

PAIR OF EARLY COLORADO VIEWS. 2 Stereoviews of Colorado. One is titled Manitou, other is a scenic view of tourists. G+. $35

EARLY TEDDY BEAR. Image measuring 5 1/2″ x 4″ on an 8 3/4″ x 5 3/4″ mount. Image is by W.L. Hall of Belfast, Maine and shows a smiling child holding her favorite Teddy Bear. VG. $50

SG&C RAILROAD VIADUCT. Stereoview by W.S. Jones of Watkins NY titled 23-Watkins Glen Viaduct S.G. & C. R’y. VG. $10

MAJOR GENERAL REYNOLDS STATUE. Stereoview by W.H. Tipton, Gettysburg, Pa. titled No. 603. Statue of Major Gen. John F. Reynolds in Soldier’s National Cemetery. G. $16

4 Stereoviews by F.C. Philpot, Limerick Maine. Philpot traveled around York County Maine and these views can be anywhere in that vicinity. 2 have “1880” on back, one has “1881,” other is blank. Also on back No. 2, No. 6, and 12. No titles. All came together with some other views by Philpot. VG. $20

Bin360. GENERAL GRANT Stereoview titled 520. General Grant by C.W. Woodward of Rochester NY. G. $5

Stereoview by Cross of Hot Springs, S.D. titled No. 25. Bad Lands. Written on side of view is “Visited by 6th Cav. in 1905.” VG. $15

AN AFTERNOON REST. Stereoview of women resting on the lawn in front of a tent. VG. $5

[George Stacy]. No. 301. View on Broadway–Instantaneous. G. $12

HARRISBURG PENNSYLVANIA Stereoview titled 1363. Water St., Dam on the Guniatha, Harrisburg, Pa. G. $5

REAL PHOTO POSTCARD of a beautiful young woman, no ID. VG. $2.50

Lot of 19 postcards of actresses and women, all but one real photo. Included are De Morlaix, Suzanne Andre, La Vigne, Thermonde, Marguerite, Miss Billie Burke, Miss Maud Darling, Cantor, Miss Gertie Millar, Miss Hazel Thompson, Miss Deborah Volar in “The Merveilleuses,” Miss Ruth Vincent as “Amasis,” Bella Crisanlema, Pepita Duran, Mlle, Marcia, and 4 unidentified women. Six are by Walery, Paris; 1 by Reutlinger, some by Rotary Photo, etc. All unused, all divided backs. VG. $85

PAIR OF NATIVE AMERICAN POSTCARDS. The first is titled Home, Sweet, Home and has a pre-written message on the back: “I am sending you by to-days train an Indian Baby in a papoose carrier. It is “good” and will not keep you awake nights.” Very cute message. This pc is copyright 1904 by H.H. Tammen, Denver and is no. 3435. The second card is, appropriately, 3439. Indian Papoose. Both are divided back, unused. VG. $6

BOY SCOUTS! Stereoview titled P-26377. Boy Scouts Raising the Flag. VG. $5

JAPANESE TINTED PHOTO. Nicely Tinted 8″ x 10.25″ Photo of a Ujigawa River Scene near Kyoto in Japan. Image is numbered 665. G. $35

LAKES OF KILLARNEY. Stereoview titled The Lakes of Killarney. General View of the Lakes, from the Kenmare Road above the Upper Lake. Located in County Kerry, Ireland. VG. $5

SCOTLAND. Pair of Stereoviews by Archibald Burns of Edinburgh. Titles are Burns’ Monument, Holyrood Palace, & Arthur’s Seat, Edinburgh; and Glasgow Cathedral, west door. VG. $5

EISENMANN PHOTO. Cabinet Card by Chas. Eisenmann, NY. Image is of a woman looks to be dressed as a European Fraulein or Bavarian dancer of some sort. Given Eisenmann’s propensity to photograph visiting celebrities, it is likely this image is of a performer from a troupe visiting NYC. G. $12

BURTON, POWELL, HITLER. Lot of 3 copy Stereoviews made by Brandt Rowles in 1994. Titles are: Richard Powell in Mrs. Mike, 1949; Richard Burton in The Robe, 1953; & Adolf Hitler greeting a young girl. VG. $9

WRAPPED IN THE FLAG. Stereoview by the Climax View Co. of a woman all wrapped in the American Flag. Looks like a scene from a play or a Vaudeville Act. VG. $8

THOMAS REED. Stereoview by Keystone View Co. titled V26141. Thomas Reed. On back is detailed info on Reed including: “If you could have been present at a meeting of the U.S. House of Representatives in 1889-1890, or in 1895-1898, you would have seen a remarkable man in the speaker’s chair. This man was Thomas B. Reed and he had more power than any other man in the United States.” VG. $8

Stereoview by William England, under the Special Patronage of The Alpine Club, from Views of Switzerland. This is 159. Statue de Guillaume Tell, Altorf, Canton d’Uri. Suisse. VG. $8

WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN. Pair of Stereoviews, one by Keystone, one by U&U. Titles are: The Hon. William Jennings Bryan in his Home Library, Lincoln, Nebraska, copyright 1900; and 4205–Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Bryan. The first view is ex-Library of Congress with appropriate stamps on back of view. VG. $12

SEA BREEZE FLORIDA Photograph by Henry Stanton, Scenic Photographer, Sea Breeze, Fla. measuring 4.75″ x 6 7/8″ on a 6.5″ x 8.5″ mount. Image shows an attractive home, woman seated on porch, man at tree, other man with bicycle. On verso is written “Late 1890’s,” “Gift of Ms. Chas. Kost March 1953,” “Duplicate.” Also stamp for “Halifax Historical Society, Daytona Beach, Florida.” G. $12

Stereoview of Pisa by Van Lint. VG. $3

GURNEY CELEBRITY PORTRAIT Stereoview identified on verso as S. Campbell. VG. $10

MAISON DOREE HOTEL. Stereoview showing the Maison Doree Hotel, a popular NYC hotel of the time. G. $5

ALBERMARLE HOUSE HOTEL. Stereoview of the Albermarle House Hotel in NYC. VG. $8

6 INDUSTRIAL Stereoviews by Underwood & Underwood. Titles are: 12409. Great drying cylinders through which the crushed rock is passed to extract moisture; 12451. The wet process mill in which the material is finely ground; 12394. Large steam hydraulic presses in which belting, matting, etc. are vulcanized; 12452. Removing ground material from wet process mill-emptying the pan; & two views without title. VG. $10

WILLIAM ENGLAND Collection of 2 Stereoviews for the Alpine Club. Titles are: 115-Panorama de Thun pris du Cemetiere; & 151-Le Bristenstock et le Lac d’Uri, Fluelen, Suisse. G. $20

AUTUMN TREASURES. Stereoview by E&HT Anthony titled No. 5933. Autumn Treasures. VG. $5

HOBOKEN Stereoview by E&HT Anthony titled No. 6618. Old Willow Tree, at Hoboken, N.J. VG. $8

Sarony, NY. Group of 3 Cabinet Cards by this renowned NYC photographer. Sitters are unidentified. One card has corner damage o/w VG. $7.50

FIRENZE Stereoview by Sommer & Behles, Napoli & Roma titled 829. St. Croce e Statua de Dante, Firenze. VG. $5

Stereoview by B.K., Paris from Paris et ses Environs Series. Titled in manuscript on verso Dome d’Honneur. There is an old crease mark at center only obvious on the back and card is very firm. G. $3

DANBURY CT Stereoview titled on verso “Old M.E. Church, Danbury, Conn.” G. $3

Keystone: V17124T. Southwest from the Lykabettos past Royal Palace and Acropolis to Sea, Athens, Greece. $4

E&HT Anthony. Prospect Park, Brooklyn. No. 7527. The Dairy Cottage. G. $6

Collection of 5 CDVs. Three are by D. Appleton & Co., NY; 1 is by Silsbee, Case & Co., Boston; 1 has no backmark. Included are Edwin Hubbell Chapin (1814-1880), American preacher, editor of the Christian Leader; Rev. John Cumming (1807-1881), National Scottish Church, Covent Garden; Rev. Charles Kingsley; Rev. John Angell James (1785-1859); & Manton Eastburn (1801-1872), rector, Church of the Ascension. VG. $35

Bin620. No ID. Alligator. VG. $8

Montagnes Blanches by B.K.
Bin623. Collection B.K., Paris. Vues d’Amerique. Montagnes Blanches. VG. $8

General Post Office, St. Martin's le Grand General Post Office, St. Martin's le Grand
Bin624. No ID. 15. Views of London. General Post Office, St. Martin’s le Grand. G. $6

Walworth Mansion Saratoga Springs Walworth Mansion Saratoga Springs
Bin625. E&HT Anthony. Saratoga Springs, NY. No. 8475. Walworth Mansion. G. $8

Silk Industry Silk Industry Silk Industry
Bin628. Stereoview by Keystone titled 29468. First Drawing or Straightening of Fibers–Silk Industry (Spun Silk), So. Manchester, Conn. VG. $5

Slater Cotton Mill Slater Cotton Mill Slater Cotton Mill
Bin629. Stereoview by Keystone titled 29211. Slater Mill, First Cotton Mill in United States, Pawtuckett, R.I. VG. $5

Street Scene in Plymouth Street Scene in Plymouth
Bin631. W.S. Robbins, No. 6 Main Street from Plymouth Views. The view is untitled. G. $6

Central Park Bridle Path Central Park Bridle Path
Bin633. Central Park Bridle Path. G. $5

Japanese Cabinet Card Japanese Cabinet Card
Bin635. Cabinet Card by A. Farsari & Co., Yokohama showing a woman looking in a mirror while her hair is rolled by another woman. G. $55

Bin638. U&U. Prince Henry, Chief Wilkie, Asst. Gen. Passgr. Agt. Boyd and Engineer Gilchrist-on his Western Tour. G-. $6

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Bin639. Pair of stereoviews by E&HT Anthony, although unlabeled. Titles are: Saloon of the Bristol; Saloon Steamer Dean Richmond. VG. $15

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Bin641. 2 Stereoviews from Paris et ses Environs. Titles are Bal Mabille and Longchamp. VG. $6

General Miles bin642z
Bin642. B.W. Kilburn. 12595. Gen. Miles, Commander of United States Army. G. $4

Lindbergh bin643z
Bin643. Keystone. 32062T. Our Ambassador of the Air-Col. Lindbergh and Plane Spirit of St. Louis. VG. $10

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Bin646. B.W. Kilburn (6 views) and U&U (1 view). 7 views of the coronation of King Edward VII. The 6 Kilburn views have Library of Congress surplus duplicate stamps on versos. VG. $45

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Bin647. B.W. Kilburn. 2 views of the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria. This celebrated her 60-year reign. One has a Library of Congress Duplicate surplus stamp on verso. VG. $15

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Bin648. Pair of CDVs by Disderi, Paris. Duc Bassano and Jacques Louis, Comte de Randon (1795-1871), Governor of Algeria and Marshal of France. VG. $20

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Bin650. Group of 7 stereoviews by S.R. Stoddard. Adirondacks, Lake George, the Palisades. VG. $35

Bin651. 18 stereoviews of NYC by Anthony. Titles are: No. 5336. Looking North form the cor. of Fulton St. showing Broadway and City Hall Park; No. 3929. Looking down Broadway from the corner of Chambers Street; No. 3957. National Academy of Design, 23d St., NY (2 copies of this view); No. 6596. Herald Building; No. 912. New York Academy of Music, corner of 14th Street and Irving Place; No. 3702. The National Academy of Design, Cor. 4th Ave. and 23d Street; No. 5999. The New York City Hall; No. 5576. View from foot of Whitehall St., looking towards South Brooklyn (unlabeled); Interior view of the Chancel Aspe ruins of St. George’s Church, Rutherford Place (unlabeled); City Hall (unlabeled); Niblo’s Gardens (unlabeled); No. 5310. Fifth Avenue Hotel; No. 8034. Trinity Church; No. 1886. Cascades of the Ravine; No. 1139. View in the Ramble; No. 3713. Cabinet Bridge across the Lake–to the Mall; & 7240. The Bow Bridge. G-VG. $75

Bin653. 4 by E&HT Anthony of NYC scenes. No. 6600. Grand Opera House, corner 23d Street and Eighth Ave.; No. 6598. City Hall; No. 5310. Fifth Avenue Hotel; & No. 5412. Skating Scene, Winter of 1866, Central Park. G-VG. $20

Bin655. 4 logging stereoviews. 3 by Keystone, 1 by Underwood & Underwood. Titled are: Stupendous Log-Raft, containing millions of feet–a Camp’s year’s work, profit $20,000–Columbia River, Oregon; 20031. Great Chained Log Rafts on the Columbia River, Wash.; 12260. Logs from the Forest Delivered at the Stream, Aroostock County, Me; & 26464. Band Saw Cutting Redwood Log, Calif. VG-E. $18

Bin656. Collection of 25 flat mount American stereoviews. There are 2 of Boston, 1 of Florida, 7 of New Hampshire, 4 of New York State, 4 of Central Park, NYC, 2 of California, 1 of Georgia, 3 of Pennsylvania, and 1 of Rhode Island. $35

Bin657. Stereoview by W.H. Illingworth, published by E. H. Burritt, St. Paul, Minn. from Stereographs of Minnesota Scenery titled Dalles of the St. Croix. VG. $12

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Bin659. HH Bennett. 11 stereoviews of Wisconsin natural scenery. VG-E. $50

Bin660. S.R. Stoddard. 403. Haystack Mountain from Upper Ausable Pond. G. $3

4 Middle East Stereos
Bin661. 4 Middle Eastern views on J. Pitcher Spooner, Stockton California mounts. He clearly did not take them himself as these are views he pirated. G. $12

Bin662.  Boudoir Card Photo (5″ x 8″) by Alex Martin, Denver, Colorado. This is a photograph of a print (not from life) titled The Loop U.P.R.R. Georgetown Colo. G. $8

Bin663. Stereoview titled “Tally Ho.” Man parts bushes and finds the fox. Great posed view with taxidermy fox. G. $3

Bin664. Woodburn’s Views of New Brunswick. Lake Lomond. G. $6

Bin668. 8 Views of Yosemite! 8 stereoviews of Yosemite. Titles are: 7372. The Royal Arches and Washington Tower; 1116. El Capitan, 3,300 ft. high;No. 954. Mirror Lake; No. 924. Bridal Veil Falls; No. 961. North and South Domes; No. 959. Merced River; 1122. Our Party, Yo semite; & No. 940. El Capitan. 1 by Anthony; 2 by Charles Bierstadt; 5 by Kilburn Brothers. VG. $30

Bin670. 18 CARD LOVE AND MARRIAGE SET! Complete set of 18 cards of Love and Marriage by U&U. Admiration, Expectation, Elation, Consternation, Declaration, Alienation, Obliteration, Solemnization, Congratulation, Adoration, Anticipation, Invitation, Vexation, Tribulation, Presentation, Exasperation, Realization, Subjugation. G. $36

Bin671. 7 views of Chicago and the Chicago Fire. By Copelin & Hine and Copelin & Son. G. $25

Bin673. Geo. Barker, Niagara Falls. 476. Luna Island Scenery-Niagara. Native American woman on blanket. G. $10

Bin674. Stereoview by Keystone View Company titled 13264–The Once Throbbing Heart of the City Stricken–Market St., San Francisco  after the great earthquake and fire of April 18, 1906. E. $6

Bin675. Cabinet card of James Gillespie Blaine (January 31, 1830 – January 27, 1893), an American statesman and Republican politician who represented Maine in the U.S. House of Representatives from 1863 to 1876, serving as Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives from 1869 to 1875, and then in the United States Senate from 1876 to 1881. Blaine twice served as Secretary of State (1881, 1889–1892), one of only two persons to hold the position under three separate presidents (the other being Daniel Webster), and unsuccessfully sought the Republican nomination for President in 1876 and 1880 before being nominated in 1884. In the general election, he was narrowly defeated by Democrat Grover Cleveland. Blaine was one of the late 19th century’s leading Republicans and champion of the moderate reformist faction of the party known as the “Half-Breeds.” G. $8

Bin676. 3 Cabinet Cards with photographer imprints on versos with cameras. Two are by Fredricks’ Knickerbocker Family Portrait Gallery, 770 Broadway, Cor. 9th Street, New York. The text above the seated figure of the “Knickerbocker” is “Et Facta Est Lux,” meaning “And there was light.” On the palette is “Copyrighted 1881.” There is a painting on the easel of a young woman indicating the relationship of photography and painting. The “Knickerbocker” is smoking what appears to be a meerschaum pipe. He has a tool in his other hand which may be used to pack his tobacco in the pipe. The third cabinet card is by Bronson, Bridgeport, Conn. VG. $7.50

Bin677.  3 Stereoviews by J. Loeffler, Tompkinsville, Staten Island, NY from Lake Mohonk Scenery. Titles are: No. 11. Pine Bluff, looking North; No. 36. From the Great Crevice; & No. 2. House from Sky-Top path. There is a light crease in the left image but card is firm. G. $12

Bin679. Stereoview by Baker & Record, Saratoga Springs, NY titled No. 30. Deer Lodge in Congress Park. G. $5

Bin682. The Rose Stereographs. 4 views of the American Fleet in Australia. VG. $30

Bin683. Two stereoviews of dogs. Titles on verso: Fox hound; & ?? de Chacal. VG. $12

Bin685.  Cabinet card by Jno. P. Vail, Geneva, NY of  parents and son and daughter. Mother holds a book. G. $3

Bin686. 5 Stereoviews of unspecified locations. Red cabinet card is of a parade, or a funeral procession. It reminds me of views I’ve had of Grant’s funeral in Albany NY. There are flags of various countries. There is nothing written on the card, front or back. Yellow mt shown front and back is a view of a street scene in winter in an unknown town. On back is written “?? Saco, Me. covered bridge.” I don’t know why that is written on the back. After showing this view to Earle Shettleworth of the Maine Historical Society he said that this is not Maine, so it remains unidentified. Ivory mount is an early view by unknown photographer of a corridor with antlers hanging on both sides. The mount reminds me of a Langenheim mount. Nothing to indicate location. Large white mount is a view by an unknown photographer of a July 4th parade. There is a telegraph pole at center. On back is written “July 4 1882 Bremer Ave.” Light yellow mt. is an early view by unknown photographer of a street scene. On back is written “Ford St. below Church.” VG. $35

Bin687. 3 Stereoviews by W.M. Chase. Titles are: Hopkins Hospital, Broadway Boulevard; Perkins Square; & Perkins Spring Square. G. $8

Bin688. 5 Stereoviews of Colorado. One is by John Nelson, Ericson, Nebraska and shows a statue commemorating Colorado statehood in 1876. The other 4 views are scenic views likely be a talented amateur. VG. $10

Bin689. 2 Views of Newburyport and Vicinity. One by H.P. Macintosh titled No. 3. Gate at Oak Hill Cemetery. One by W.G. Thompson titled Salisbury Beach. G. $12

Bin690. 16 Stereoviews of Washington, DC and Vicinity by T.W. Smillie (5); & Bell & Bro. (11). Titles are: South Hall, Patent Office; US Capitol, west; Statue of Freedom on the dome of the US Capitol; Horatio Greenough’s statue of George Washington; Marble Room, US Capitol; Canopy of House, US Capitol; US Capitol; US Treasury; General Post Office; War Department; Patent Office; President’s House; House of Representatives; Agricultural Department; National Cemetery, Arlington, Va.; & The Tomb of Gen’l Washington, Mt. Vernon, Va. G-VG. $50

Bin691. 19 Stereoviews of NYC. Titles are: No. 55. Rustic Shelter in the Ramble; Central Park, the Ramble No. 622 by Stacy; 97. In Greenwood Cemetery by Stereo-Travel Co.; Instantaneous Broadway View; Interior of the Tombs; Residence of Cornelius Vanderbilt; 84. Old Block House, Central Park by Stereo-Travel Co.; No. 6233. The Fountain on the Mall by E&HT Anthony; View in Central Park; No. 6208. The Casino and the Statue of Auld Lang Syne by E&HT Anthony; No. 1140. Marble Arch, South-West Side by E&HT Anthony; No. 5403. The Terrace by E&HT Anthony; No. 5922. The Lake by E&HT Anthony; No. 1165. The Bow Bridge by E&H Anthony; The Menagerie; Bennetts Bridge (2 of the same view); Towers in the East River Bridge; & General View of Brooklyn Bridge. G-VG. $35

Bin692. 3 Stereoviews, 2 are tinted, military and/or theatrical, probably French. VG. $25

Bin693. 3 tinted celebrities. 71. Hermine Feilner; 75. Pauline Feilner; & an untitled view. G. $10

Bin694. 2 views of the Giant’s Causeway. G. $10

Bin695. W.M. Chase, Baltimore Md. 13 stereoviews of Baltimore and Vicinity. G-VG. $50

Bin696. G.W. WILSON! Collection of 10 Stereoviews, 9 by G.W. Wilson, Aberdeen and one by P. Ewing, Kinrose. Titles are: No. 470. Pass of Killecrankie, looking down; No. 191. Edinburgh-The Mound from Princes Street; No. 72. Invercauld House, Braemar-From the Lion’s Face Rock; No. 68. Interior of Fingal’s Cave, Staffa; Doune Castle; No. 485. Taymouth Castle, form the Fort; No. 113. Burns’ Monument, Edinburgh; No. 15. Colonnade of Basaltic Pillars, Staffa; No. 98. Melrose Abbey, from the South; & No. 25A. Bracklinn Bridge, Callander. 5 of the views have tax stamps cancelled Jan. 25, 1866. G-VG. $25

Bin697. BRITISH ISLES! Collection of 12 Stereoviews of the British Isles. Titles are: No. 12. St. Paul’s Cathedral; No. 2. London Bridge; No. 1. The Tower of London, General View; No. 11. Houses of Parliament, the Lords’ Entrance; 226. Trosach Church, Loch Achray; Dunkeld, The Hermitage and Bridge; 58. Killarney. The Ruins of Muckross Abbey, West View; Giant’s Causeway. View of the Great Causeway; Abbey Craig, from Stirling Castle; 235. Ellen’s Isle; Dunkeld; & one untitled view. Photographers are P. Ewing, Kinross; J. Valentine, Dundee; A. Crowe, Stirling; Hudson’s Irish Scenery; & The London Stereoscopic Company. The 4 views by the London Stereoscopic Company all have 2-cent cancelled tax stamps on versos cancelled Jan. 25, 1866. G-VG. $30

Bin700. BIG TREES! 2 Stereoviews of big trees. Titles are: Wawona, as we drove through it, Mariposa Grove, California; & Throw your head back and look up one of the big trees, Stanley Park, Vancouver, B.C. G. $6

Bin701. Pair of views from Watkins and Seneca Lake series. Titles are No. 649. Entrance to Watkins Glen; & No. 659. Watkins from Prospect Hill. VG. $10

Bin702. Kilburn Brothers, Littleton, NH. 3 views of Yosemite. G. $10

Bin703. 3 tinted genre views by Sophus Williams. G. $12

Bin704. Image shows U&U photographer James Ricalton in India. G. $8

Bin705. Keystone. Testing the processes in the laboratory. E. $5

Bin706. 11 stereoviews of Arizona and Hopi Indians. G. $50

Bin707. CDV album measuring 6.25″ x 5″ x 1.” Album has 10 leaves to hold 20 CDVs. 17 CDVs came in the album. They have all been removed from the album for scanning and will be left separate from the album when shipped. 7 of the CDVs have 2-cent revenue stamps, 5 of them are Proprietary stamps, 2 are Playing Card stamps. 6 are by William P. Hoit, Concord, NH; 2 are by Kimball & Sons, Concord, NH; 2 are by A.O. Miles, Nashua, NH; 1 is by Hardy, Boston; 1 is by Lyman W. Colby, Manchester, NH; 3 are by J.W. Black, Boston; 1 is by Bailey, Concord, NH; & 1 has no ID. The album has wear and a chip at the top of spine. The clasp is intact. One side of one of the leaves has a tear at bottom, rest are fine. G. $35

Bin708. SNOW BLOCKADE! Stereoview by Elmer & Tenney, Winona, Minn. titled Winona & St. Peter Division, C. & N. W. R.R. G. $15

Bin709. Charles Zimmerman. Minnesota Ice Harvest. G. $12

Bin710. 4 Stereoviews by The Lee L. Abbot View Company, Rumford, Maine. Titles are: Ice Cave at Rumford Falls; Rumford Falls in Summer; Rumford Falls in Winter; & Foot Bridge, Rumford, Maine. VG. $18

Bin711. CIRCUS BOUDOIR! Boudoir Card Photo of a group of men, likely circus workers, posed by circus tents. There is an African-American man in the group holding a a tray. One fellow appears to be holding a shoe shine box. Card measures 5.25″ x 8.5.” VG. $35

Bin712. L. Hillman, Watkins, N.Y. Cabinet Card from Watkins Glen Scenery. This is an overview of Seneca Lake. G. $15

Bin714. S.R. Stoddard, Glens Falls, N.Y. Collection of 10 Adirondack views. VG. $45

Bin715. 6 FACTORY STEREOVIEWS!  Collection of 6 factory stereoviews by Keystone. Titles are: 20932-Weaving the Linen Fabric, Linen Industry, Canada; 16773-Skilled Workers Manufacturing Jewelry, Providence, RI; 22082-Copying Design on Copper Rolls for Printing Cotton Cloth, Lawrence, Mass; 22070-Inspecting Paper Delivered by Machine, Holyoke, Mass; 22189-Lasting Machine Shaping Shoes, in a Massachusetts Shoe Factory; & 22188-Skilled Workmen cutting Leather for High Quality Shoes, Massachusetts. $15

Bin716. 11 NORTH AMERICAN STEREOVIEWS!  Collection of 11 Native North American stereoviews by Keystone. Titles are: 11941-Nursed the Little Hiawatha, Rocked Him in his Linden Cradle; 11942-Brought Forth Food and Set Before Them, Brought them Water from the Brooklet; 14196-Pocahontas Pleading for the Life of John Smith Enacted by the Survivors of the Pamunkey Indian Tribe at the Jamestown Exposition; 11518-Drying Fish on the Yukon River, Alaska; 13882-Indian Basket Weaving, Prince Edward Island, Canada; 8014-Dismantled Towers and Turrets Broken! Cliff Palace in the Mesa Verde, Colorado; 13720-As in Ancient Days, Pueblo of the Taos Indians, Taos, N. Mex; 8082-Ute Indian and Family, Colorado; 16061-Iroquois Indians Who took part in Tercentenary Pageant (1908), Quebec, Can; 13329-Eskimo Girls and Part of Crew S.S. Erie at Upernavik, Northernmost Danish Trading Post, Greenland; & 11943-From the Wigwam he Departed, Leaving with Him Laughing Water. $30

Bin717. 22 STATUES, SCULPTURE, MONUMENTS!  22 Stereoviews by various makers. There is sculpture, statues, monuments, etc. All are pictured, front and back, above. VG. $35

Bin718. 8 STEREOVIEWS BY GEORGE W WILSON!  Collection of 8 stereoviews by G.W. Wilson, Aberdeen. Titles are: No. 458. St. George’s Chapel–The Queen’s Gallery; No. 383. Durham Cathedral–The Choir; No. 641. Wells Cathedral–Choir, looking East; No. 216. Salisbury Cathedral–Entrance to the Chapter House; No. 215. Salisbury Cathedral–The Transept; No. 640. Wells Cathedral–Choir, looking West; No. 390. Peterborough Cathedral–Choir; & No. 194. Westminster Abbey–South Aisle. VG. $30

Bin719. Stereo Travel Co. 22. Sisters in Polleras (native dress), La Chorrera, Panama. Copyright 1913. VG. $6