LAL02-5. Latin American Library - Image Archive - Stereograph Series
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Eleanor Barton Stereograph Collection
1870-1900. Stereograph views of city, country, agricultural and volcanic scenes in Mexico, South America, Central America and the West Indies; includes scenes of the Panama Canal, Spanish missions in California, the Southwest U.S., and individual photographs of the Chihuahua cathedral by F. Parker and of the Santa Barbara mission by Taber.
Hermosas Vistas Estereoscópicas de México
1900-1910. Set of colored, photomechanical stereocards published by the Sonora News Company. Includes the original box and label. This series contains urban images from the major cities in northern Mexico (Zacatecas, Monterrey, Chihuahua, San Luis Potosí, Aguas Calientes, Veracruz, and Mexico City). Railroads is a second common theme among the images. 40 pieces
Panama Canal Zone Stereograph Collection
1913. 13 stereograph views of the Panama Canal and life in the surrounding Canal Zone area. Included are images of the Gatun locks, the Gatun Dam, the Culebra Cut, ships passing through the Canal, construction zones, the Colón harbor, and everyday scenes of the Canal Zone residents and workers.
Spanish-American War Stereograph Collection
1898-1899. 8 stereograph views of United States troops in Florida preparing to invade Cuba and, after arrival, in Havana and Santiago. Includes images of a cavalry outpost at Santiago, the storming of San Juan Hill, Cuba, the fortification of San Juan, P.R., and North Dakota volunteers quartered in San Antonio church, Philippines.