With most sets of stereographic images, you can get a sense of what's going on from the captions, action, provenance - all sorts of things. Here, I'm more or less at a loss - but the stereoviews are pretty darn cool!
In the spirit of the holiday season, I present the Carnaval de Nice from 1933, from a fantastic set of glass positive slides in my collection. I hope that these pictures of joy, jubilation, and celebration will bring happiness to my readers, regardless of which (if any) holidays they are celebrating around this time of year - and that they will transform these feelings into kindnesses towards others. Because that's truly in the spirit of any joyous celebration, is it not?
The post-war Raumbild-Verlag Siegfried Brandmüller series "Denmark" shows a number of great views of Copenhagen, as well as a couple of terrible ones.
Four of A. O. Fasser's stereo photos (from a set on Belgium) are not like the other ones - let's take a look!
Explore the caves that inspired one of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's horror stories in 3D, through VistaScreen's series of 10 stereoviews.
A look at the next box marked "Belgium" in the A. O. Fasser, as well as a consideration as to why plates in poor condition still need the "deluxe treatment" as regards their conservation.
Today, on the centenary of the Great War's effective end with the 11 a.m. Armistice, I present 100 stereographic (and 2D) photographs from a soldier's-eye point of view. Lest we forget.