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Israel Stollman collection of stereographs, 1850-1979, undated

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Stollman (Israel) collection
Series III. Glass stereographs and lantern slides, 1860-1930 2.5 Linear Feet (7 boxes)
Small groups of glass format stereographs and lantern slides representing a variety of countries are found in this series. Most items are unsigned, but stereograph makers include Ferrier & Soulier and Brevité. A number of the glass lantern slides are hand-colored.
Arranged by format and then size.
67-68 Standard size glass stereographs, between 1860 and 1900
Fifty assorted stereographs. Countries represented include: Czechoslovakia; England; France; Germany; Italy; Netherlands; Spain; Sweden; Switzerland; and Israel. Most stereographs are unsigned, but makers include Ferrier & Soulier and Brevité.
69-70 2 1/4 x 5 inch glass stereographs, 1930s
Fifty-one stereographs; all without a cover glass. Mostly Canada (Quebec, Montreal, and British Columbia) with a few images of France and Italy.
71-73 Glass lantern slides, between 1880 and 1920
Seventy-nine glass lantern slides, many are hand-colored. Countries represented include: Egypt; Burma; China; India; Austria; France; Germany; Great Britain (England); Italy; Netherlands; Poland; Russia; Spain; United States; and Brazil. Makers include Keystone, Chicago Transparency Co., T. H. McAllister, Joseph Hawkes; and Edward van Alten.

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