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Stereoscopic views of Richmond, Virginia

Title
Stereoscopic views of Richmond, Virginia [graphic].
Publication
1863?-1910?

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Description
  • 135 stereographs (photoprints) : albumen, b&w; 88 x 177 mm. or smaller.
  • 2 stereographs (photoprints) : albumen, b&w ;
Alternative Title
  • Virginia centennial views.
  • Virginia views. 34.
Subjects
Genre/Form
  • Albumen photoprints.
  • Photoprints.
  • Silver gelatin photoprints.
  • Stereographs.
Note
  • Title devised by cataloger.
  • Includes views by D. H. Anderson, Anthony, R. S. Lumpkin and other photographers and publishers. Some views by Geo. S. Cook published at Anderson Gallery.
Access (note)
  • Restricted access;
Cite As (note)
  • Robert Dennis Collection of Stereoscopic Views.
Call Number
MFY Dennis Coll 92-F79
Title
Stereoscopic views of Richmond, Virginia [graphic].
Imprint
1863?-1910?
Restricted Access
Restricted access; Photography Collection; Permit must be requested at division indicated.
Summary
Views of Richmond: general and street views, including general views of Belle Island (a prison camp), and a view of Maj. Thomas P. Turner, commandant of Libby Prison in the camp at Belle Isle, the James River, including Drury's Bluff, a ship, bridges, including one damaged by war, businesses along Main St., pedestrian bridge at Exchange and Ballard, railroad car on Broad St.; churches: St. John's church and burying ground, St. Paul's Episcopal, Monumental Church, First African Church; Homes: Robert E. Lee's home Franklin Street, a small stone house, Washington and Lafayette's Headquarters, Jeff Davis' mansion and other homes; the state Capitol building; the Customs house; cemeteries: Pres. Monroe's tomb in Hollywood Cemetery, view in Laurel Hill Cemetery, the National Cemetery, including the Monument to Confederate dead; monuments: Stonewall Jackson statue, equestrian statue of Washington on the capitol grounds, statue of Clay; the penitentiary; Libby prison, including view showing tents in the foreground, other views when the prison was in use and views after the war; views of Castle Thunder; views of burnt district; the ruins of the Arsenal. Some views duplicated.
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Robert Dennis Collection of Stereoscopic Views.
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Anderson, D. H. (David H.), 1827-1905. Photographer Anderson's stereoscopic views of Virginia.
Brown, G. O., active 1860-1889. Photographer American scenery (Stereoscopic) 3.
Cook, George S. (George Smith), 1819-1902. Photographer
Ennis, George O. Photographer Views of Richmond, Va., and vicinity. 2, 7, 32, 53, 68.
Larkin, J. E. (John Edward), 1836-1924. Photographer
Lumpkin, E. S. Views of Richmond, Va. and vicinity. 3, 5, 29, 36.
Moran, John, 1831-1903. Photographer
Selden, W. D. Photographer
Anderson & Ennis. Stereoscopic views of Richmond, Va., & vicinity.
E. & H.T. Anthony (Firm) Southern scenes in the stereoscope. 2727, 3287, 3360.
Kilburn Brothers. Photographer
H. L. Roberts & Co. Publisher
Selden & Co. Photographic views of Richmond, Virginia.
Selden & Co. Stereoscopic views in Richmond and vicinity. 20, 2609, 3288.
Selden & Ennis. Stereoscopic views in Richmond and vicinity.
Strohmeyer & Wyman. Publisher
Underwood & Underwood, distributor.
H.C. White Co. "Perfec" stereograph. 687.
Thomas Wright & Co. Views of Richmond, Va. and vicinity. 3.
Robert Dennis Collection of Stereoscopic Views.
Added Title
Virginia centennial views.
Virginia views. 34.
Research Call Number
MFY Dennis Coll 92-F79
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