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  • Collection: Stereographs

A stereoscopic image of two men, one seated, looking up the Perce Valley, Perce, Canada.


A stereoscopic image of two women in a fenced field looking to the distance. One using a parasol for shade.

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A stereoscopic image of the interior of Laliberts's Fur Parlour, Quebec Canada.

Numerous examples of taxidermy, skins and furs.

A stereoscopic image of two men in the grounds of Toronto University, Canada.
Saint George Campus viewed from the South East,

A stereoscopic image of King Street, Toronto, Canada.

A busy street with pedestrians, horse drawn vehicles and trams.

A stereoscopic image of a couple on Lover's Walk, Government Grounds, Ottawa, Canada.

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A stereoscopic image of a man fishing from the rocks at Bala Falls, Muskoka, Canada.

A stereoscopic image of two boys looking out over the falls at Riviere du Loup, Quebec, Canada.

A stereoscopic image of Mount Cascade taken from Canmore, Alberta, Canada.
Cascade Mountain is a mountain located in the Bow River Valley of Banff National Park, adjacent to the town of Banff. The mountain was named in 1858 by James Hector after the…

A stereoscopic image of Market Wharf with ships at dock and children sitting at top of steps.

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A stereoscopic image of Victoria Square, Montreal, Canada, Looking South East, A statue of Queen Victorian can be seen in the park.


A stereoscopic image of the village Sisikon on the shores of Lake Lucerne and the mountain Uri-Rothstock. (Uri- Rotsock) (9200 feet),

A stereoscopic image of a view of Queens Park taken from the Ontario Parliament Building, Toronto, Canada.

A statue of John Graves Simcoe first Lieutenant-Governor of Upper Canada by Walter Seymour Allward 1903 can bee seen in the centre of the…

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A stereoscopic image of a man looking up the Great Glacier with ice pick in hand.

The great Glacier, Laggan, Alberta, Canada.

Laggan is now Lake Louise, and was a station along the Canadian Pacific Railway route. It was built in 1890.

A stereoscopic image showing a log boom on the Nashwaak River, Marysville, N.B, Canada.

A log boom is a barrier placed in a river, designed to collect and or contain floating logs timbered from nearby forests sometimes called a fence or bag. The…

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A stereoscopic image of a man on a bicycle on an avenue of Toronto, Canada.

A stereoscopic image of Saint James Street, Montreal looking North. Two boys stand behind horse drawn buggy. The Pillars of the front of the Bank of Montreal can be seen behind the tram.

A stereoscopic image of a man on Lake Louise, in the distance is Bee Hive and White Niblock Mountains. Laggan, Alberta, Canada.

The mountain was named in 1904 after John Niblock, a superintendent with the Canadian Pacific Railway. Niblock was an…

A stereoscopic image of Roger's Pass and Mount Hermit, The Mount Hermit named for a feature on the ridge of Mount Tupper, originally named Mount Hermit. A rock pinnacle, which from a distance, appears to be a man standing on top, is adjacent to a…

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A stereocopic image showing a Birdseye view of Winnipeg - looking West - Manitoba, Canada.

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