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    I was looking online for the source of those great stereoviews Brian White posted when I stumbled across an archive of digitized images (mainly stereoviews) from the New York Historical Society. There are quite a few there I've never seen before. I searched this forum and I didn't find any previous discussion on them here either. Unfortunately, the resolution isn't always great. Here are a few I found intriguing:

    "Improvised Dinner Table:"


    "Men Dining on Box" (5th New York at Fortress Monroe):


    "News from Home:"


    "The Way They Cook Dinner in Camp:"


    Here's the link to the site:
    http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/ndlpcoop...wnyhshome.html
    Brendan Hamilton
    Jerusalem Plank Road

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    Re: New York Historical Society stereoviews

    Great, a new camp stove to try and have made! Thanks for the link!!!
    Brian White
    [URL="http://wwandcompany.com"]Wambaugh, White, & Co.[/URL]
    [URL="https://www.facebook.com/pages/Wambaugh-White-Company/114587141930517"]https://www.facebook.com/pages/Wambaugh-White-Company/114587141930517[/URL]
    [email]brian@wwandcompany.com[/email]

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      Re: New York Historical Society stereoviews

      Uh, oh -- what's that thingy hanging up on the left side of the photo? If it goes over the fire, everybody's gonna want to have one!

      Carry on.
      Paul Hadley

      Waiting until the VERY last moment to commit to ITPW ... will email on Thursday
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        Re: New York Historical Society stereoviews

        Originally posted by FlatLandFed View Post
        Uh, oh -- what's that thingy hanging up on the left side of the photo?
        It's a bass drum...

        Ooooooooh... THAT photo! :D

        --Jim
        [FONT=microsoftsansserif][SIZE=2]James R. Pfeiffer

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