Stereograph view of Robert E. Lee's Civil War Headquarters at Gettysburg. The caption on the back identifies it as no.2394 from a set of "War Views." Caption also notes "These are the original views taken by 'Brady,' the Government Artist."...
American Civil War; Stereographs; Military headquarters; Houses; Lee Robert E. (Robert Edward) 1807-1870;Robert E. Lee (Robert Edward) 1807-1870; Gettysburg (Penn.)
Black and white stereograph showing a view of Marquette, Michigan, the harbor and the ore docks. The ore docks were used to load ships with iron ore directly from railroad cars, making the process much more efficient.
Marquette (Mich.); Marquette County (Mich.); Lake Superior; lakes; harbors; ore docks; docks; cityscapes; stereographs
Black and white stereograph of the Germain Piano Company building in Saginaw, Michigan. The company later became Germain Bros. Company, becoming one of the largest manufacturers of wooden toilet seats in the world in the 1920s.
Saginaw (Mich.); Saginaw County (Mich.); Germain Piano Company (Saginaw, Mich.); buildings; stores; music stores; stereographs