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LITTLE GIRLS MAKING MUSIC in OLD CHINA by Okinawa Soba on Flickr.

Via Flickr:
Ca.1900 albumen print, half-stereoview crop. By an unknown 3-D photographer who was in China during the Boxer Rebellion, who also traveled in Japan and the Philippines making stereoviews wherever he went.

In bad shape, and gaudily colored by the Kilburn View Company in New Hampshire.

I think I have a better copy somewhere, If I find it, I’ll replace the image. In the meantime, these cutie-pies will hold this spot on the photostream.

A group of children posing behind a snow fort in Newburyport, Massachusetts, c. 1800’s. By D. T. Reed. Animated stereoview.

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Today marks the 115th anniversary of the death of Queen Victoria, shown here at ages 18, 19, and 42.

She reigned for an impressive 63 years, and her final offical public appearance was on May 17th, 1899, where she laid the foundation stone of the newly christened Victoria and Albert Museum.

Queen Victoria in Her Coronation Robes by Charles Robert Leslie, oil on canvas, 1838. Print by Edmond Thomas Parris, hand colored stipple engraving, 1838. Photograph by Charles Clifford, albumen-silver print, 1861.

Portrait of a group of Chippewa Indians titled “Chippewa wedding” with the couple getting married posing presumably in the foreground somewhere in Minnesota, c. 1860′s/1870′s. By Martin’s Art Gallery.

Ascension au Mont-Blanc
Haute-Savoie. Le Mont-Blanc et Ses Glaciers Souvenir du Voyage de LL. MM. L'Empereur et L'Impératrice par MM. Bisson Frerès Photographes de sa Majesté L'Empereur
Maker: Auguste-Rosalie Bisson

1860
Albumen silver print
Overall: 23.1 x 38.1 cm (9 1/8 x 15 in.)
National Origin: France

Civil War Albumen View Of 3rd Army Corps Federal Infantrymen

In the field with their camp in the background, the soldiers wear shell jackets and fatigue coats with a variety of headgear, with 3rd Corps badge clearly visible on some of the hats. Full equipment including knapsacks and blanket rolls. A combination of Springfield and Enfield muskets with bayonets fixed. One soldier wearing gaiters. Based on their stance, dress and demeanor, they are obviously a group of veterans. Camp visible in the background beneath a heavy pall of smoke, with log hits / chimneys. On the mount at lower right in period ink script, “Soldiers Army of P”. Fine quality, perfect condition, archivally mounted walnut frame. Great Civil War portrait of men who have clearly seen the face of combat. -Live Auctioneers