Early Mounted Photographs. Nearly all s paper photographic prints are mounted. A percentage of early s photographs are also mounted. Mounted means the print is affixed to a heavier backing, usually larger than the photographic print. The backing is usually a sheet of cardboard, but s photographic prints can be found mounted in books, on scorecards and other items. These mounted photographs come in various sizes and shapes.
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Stereo view cards had two pictures mounted for parallel viewing, on 7 x 3. The pictures were taken with a two-lensed camera, recording the subject from two points of view separated by about 2. In some cases we have corrected alignment and matched the image tone where one picture may have faded. This web page is an experiment. My other galleries have pictures for cross-eyed free viewing.
The first American publisher of stereo views was the Philadelphia firm of the Langenheim brothers Frederick and William. They produced both glass and paper stereographs starting in Their first set of paper views depicted sites in Philadelphia, New York City, and tourist spots along the route to Niagara Falls. Content on this page requires a newer version of Adobe Flash Player. Brian May, the Queen guitarist, has compiled a book of 59 stereo views of Hinton Waldrist, a small English Village, taken by the Victorian photographer T.