Golden Age Archives
Stereoview Box Sets on CD and DVD
Each Stereoview box set contains card images front and back (if the back has printing). Full views are presented in very high resolution (600 dpi at 3600 pixels width) and may be instantly switched to anaglyph 3D format for viewing in 3D. to view the interface, click here.
Here is a list of current titles:
#125 - Africa Through The
Stereoscope 1904 - Underwood & Underwood 100 Views
#109 - Alaska Through The Stereoscope 1920 - Keystone 100 Views
#138 - American Centennial (Philadelphia) Through The Stereoscope 1876 - Centennial Photography Co. 100 Views
#140 - Boer War Through The Stereoscope 1900 - Underwood & Underwood 117 Views
#130 - Civil War Through The Stereoscope 1861-1865 - 330 View Data DVD
#139 - Columbian Exposition Through The Stereoscope 1893 - Kilburn 108 Views
#144 - Comic Series - 23 sets - Various Publishers 105 Views
#088 - Egypt Through The Stereoscope 1908 - Underwood & Underwood 100 Views
#218 - England Through The
Stereoscope 1915 - Keystone 100 Views
#102 - France Through The Stereoscope 1918 - Keystone 100 Views
#039 - Fuhrer's Soldiers in the Field - Germany's Invasion of Poland 1939 - Raumbild Verlag 100 Views
#040 - Fuhrer's Soldiers in the Field - Germany's Western Campaign 1940 - Raumbild Verlag 100 Views
#090 - Greece Through The Stereoscope 1907 - Underwood & Underwood 100 Views
#110 - India Through The Stereoscope1907 - Underwood & Underwood 100 Views
#132 - Ireland Through The Stereoscope 1900 - Underwood & Underwood 100 Views
#094 - Italy Through The Stereoscope 1908 - Keystone 100 Views
#136 - Japan Through The Stereoscope 1904 - Underwood & Underwood 100 Views
#142 - New French Cook - 9 Different Published sets 106 Views
#092 - Norway Through The Stereoscope 1900 - Underwood & Underwood 100 Views
#107 - Palestine Through The Stereoscope 1914 - Keystone 100 Views
#217 - President McKinley Through The Stereoscope 1901 - Underwood & Underwood 60 Stereoviews
#104 - Russia Through The Stereoscope 1898 - Underwood & Underwood 100 Views
#106 - South America Through The Stereoscope 1935 - Keystone 100 Views
#141 - Spanish American War Through The Stereoscope 1900 - Underwood & Underwood 300 View Data DVD
#103 - St Louis World's Fair Though The Stereoscope 1904 - Underwood & Underwood 100 Views
#096 - Switzerland Through The Stereoscope 1901 - Keystone 100 Views
#098 - Tour Of The World ca. 1900 - Keystone 72 Views
#124 - Tour Of The World 1936 - Keystone 1200 View Data DVD
#137 - Tour Of The World ca. 1900 - Underwood & Underwood 72 Views
#127 - Traveling In The Holy Land Through The Stereoscope 1920 - Underwood & Underwood 100 Views
#129 - Travel Lessons On The Life Of Jesus 1912 - Underwood & Underwood 36 Views & 231 page Book
#099 - Trip Around The World 1926 - Keystone 400 View Data DVD
#105 - U.S. National Parks Through The Stereoscope 1900 - Underwood & Underwood 90 Views
#100 - United States Through The Stereoscope 1904 - Underwood & Underwood 100 Views
#080 - World War I Through The Stereoscope ca. 1918 - Keystone 100 Views
#131 - World War I Through The Stereoscope 1923 - Keystone 300 View Data DVD
Stereoview Companion Guides (containing no stereo images)
Guidebooks contain maps and descriptive tours of the subject area
#089 - Egypt - 383 pages
#091 - Greece - 384 pages
#111 - India - 400 pages
#095 - Italy - 619 pages
#093 - Norway - 383 pages
#126 - Palestine - 338 pages
#097 - Switzerland - 288 pages
#128 - Traveling In The Holy Land - 202 pages
#075 - Trip Around the World (for 100, 200 and 400 card Keystone sets of 1926) - 300 pages
#143 - Trip Around The World - for Keystone 1200 card set - 297 pages
#101 - United States - 76 pages
#081 - World War I (for 72, 100, 200 and 300 card Keystone sets) - 500 pages
Catalogs contain lists of stereoview subjects and titles
#135 - H. C. White Catalog
- 112 pages
#134 - Keystone Catalog - 111 pages
#108 - Travel Set Titles - Keystone/U&U - 256 pages
#133 - Underwood & Underwood Catalog - 47 pages
How To Order
For your convenience, there is an order form.
Formats and prices:
CD - All books and all box sets less than
200 views are on CD.
Each CD program is $14.95.
DVD - There are several box sets of 300 to 1200 cards each on Data DVD.
300 view DVDs - $29.95.
330 view DVDs - $29.95.
400 view DVDs - $39.95.
1200 view DVD - $99.95.
Shipping: The cost for shipping for any format is $2 per program (in the USA). Insurance is optional (an additional $1.70 for up to $50, $2.15 for over $50).
Shipping to countries other than the USA can be estimated by figuring the shipping for a 4 ounce package per program. Again, insurance is optional.
Payment can be made by PayPal to firstname.lastname@example.org, or send a check or money order payable to "Dennis Green" in U.S. funds to this address:
550 E. Webster
Ferndale, MI 48220
I'll be glad to answer any questions - just send a note to email@example.com and I will get back to you as quickly as I can.
The interface shows the cards in different formats with navigation controls at the bottom:
Find: Lets you search for a word in any of the titles and takes you to that card.
GoTo: Move to a particular card number.
<F: Moves to the front of the set.
<10: Moves back ten cards.
<1: Moves back one card.
1>: Moves forward one card.
10>: Moves forward ten cards.
B>: Moves to the end of the set.
Size: Toggles throught the three sizes of viewing the images (see below).
2D<>3D: Toggles back and forth between the standard view of the card and the anaglyph 3D view of just the image.
EXIT: Closes the program and takes you back to the Open screen.
Here are the three sizes the program toggles through when you click on the "Size" button:
The first size shows both the card front and back
in a small format. This is good for browsing quickly through the images to
find one you want to view in detail.
The actual size on the screen will depend on the resolution you have set on your monitor.
The next size shows the larger image that can be
viewed with a stereoscope or mirror viewer in full size (above). You can
scroll down to read the text
on the card back in full size (below).
The third size zooms into the image of the card, allowing you to look at the detail.
When you switch to 3D mode, you also can see the 3D (anaglyph) image in three sizes:
In the largest view, you can scroll around the
image to see parts not on the screen.
Last updated 9/4/2016
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