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Anthony Logo

E&HT Anthony & Co., Photographic Logo, 1892 Engraving. Courtesy Bruce C. Cooper Collection.

Anthony Display

Stereoview detail showing an E. & H.T. Anthony exhibit displaying their products. Plainly visible in the view is their banner in front of the display with "E. & H.T. Anthony & Co. 591 Broadway -New York-". And on the rear wall above is "Anthony's Department". Other signs, read with a magnifier, are for- Dallmeyer Lenses- Photographic Chemicals- Stereoscopes, Views and Albums- Albumenized Papers.  Shown are 2 posing chairs and 2 headrests, a camera on its stand and another just visible on a table, many photographs of varying sizes, a Graphoscope, 3 stereoscopes, in the display cases appear to be albums and small frames, on the rear table are chemical bottles, and beside and behind is a large round object, possibly a mirror. To the left is a display of photos on a wood hexagon like frame. To the right as another display of frames and photos, including stereoviews, plus many lenses. Signs read "Pictures Made with Dallmeyer Lense", "The Celebrated Voigtlander"(lenses), plus a large one that is cut off on the right that reads, "Velvet Po?? Holmes" Ste(reoscope?) 555 Broad(way?). Then across the aisle from Anthony's, at the bottom of the view, are large framed pictures plus a display case with camera lenses. Overhead hang U.S. flags with 34 stars and a mezzanine(?) with chairs visible and ornaments on the walls. Anthony moved to 591 Broadway in 1871 but those 34 star flags date to 1861 to 1863. No photographer's ID' It could possibly be made by Anthony after they quit using their logo on views in 1874. Or maybe they made a short run just for this exhibit and didn't bother with a logo or title. Don't know where or when this exhibit took place, possibly a photography exhibition or convention.
Courtesy Richard Marks.



 
# Miles Titles Additional Description
    POPULAR SERIES.

AMERICAN VIEWS.

Verso:

VIEWS ALONG THE LINE OF THE PACIFIC RAIL ROAD.

Published by 

E & H. T. Anthony & Co., Emporium of American and Foreign Stereoscopic Views, Chromos and Albums, 

591 Broadway, opposite Metropolitan Hotel, New York.

7115   Anthony: Intererior of the Snow Sheds on the† C. P. R. R.  
    Wm. B. Ingersoll,

Photographer, 

1069 Broadway, Cor. 12th Street, Oakland.

Views of Oakland And Vicinity

Always On Hand

 
120   Ingersoll: C. P. R. R. Co.ís Steamer El Capitan, Oakland.  
    American Scenery, 

Photographed By

C. L. Pond, Buffalo, N.Y.

 
    J. J. Reilly, Marysville, Cal.

Views of American Scenery.

 
223   Reilly: Overland Train Coming Round Cape Horn. C. P. R. R. Cal.  
    William H. Jackson  
60   Jackson: Depot at Cheyenne, 516 miles west from Omaha; 6,041 feet elevation.  
65

66

  Jackson: Promontory Point, the spot where the track-layers met and laid the "last rail;" elevation, 4,905 feet.  
67   Jackson: The Original Depot at Promontory; a primitive state of affairs, incident upon the rapid construction of the road.  
68

69

  Jackson: Street views in Corinne, Utah.  
71   Jackson: Uintah, Utah, mouth of Weber Cañon.  
77

78

79

80

  Jackson: Devilís Gate, Weber Cañon.  
81

82

83

84

85

  Jackson: Devilís Gate Bridge, looking down and up, and from above and below.  
86   Jackson: East from Devilís Gate.  
87   Jackson: West end of Tunnel No. 4; a rock cut of 150 feet in Weber Cañon.  
88   Jackson: West from the mouth of Tunnel No. 4.  
89   Jackson: West from the summit of the ridge through which Tunnel No. 4 is cut, looking over Round Valley, to the Wasatch Mountains, in the distance.  
  Timothy H. O'Sullivan Clarence King Survey of the 40th Parallel, 1867
  Central Pacific Railroad near Summit Station.  
  View near Summit Station - C. P. R. R.  
  View from Donner Summit–Summit Station.  
[Last updated 7/27/2014.]

UNDER CONSTRUCTION. This catalog is extremely incomplete.

List of C.P.R.R. Stereographs by miscellaneous others:

modified based on New York Public Library and private collections

from combined information from Willumson, Kibbey, Palmquist, Swackhamer, Ryan, National Stereographic Association - Holmes Stereographic Research Library, and others.

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