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Historical Artifacts: Stereoviews

Stereoview cards produce a three-dimensional image when looked at through a stereoscope. They were a fixture in middle class parlors in the second half of the 1800s. As a grand example of architecture and a tourist attraction, the Capitol and its many impressive spaces appear in numerous views.

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Reception Room in U.S. Capitol, Washington, D.C. Stereoview Reception Room in U.S. Capitol, Washington, D.C. Stereoview
Hon. David B. Henderson, Member of Congress from Iowa Stereoview Hon. David B. Henderson, Member of Congress from Iowa Stereoview
Jeremiah (Jerry) Simpson Stereoview Jeremiah (Jerry) Simpson Stereoview
Jonathan Dolliver Stereoview Jonathan Dolliver Stereoview
Sereno Payne Stereoview Sereno Payne Stereoview
The Capitol, House of Representatives, Washington Stereoview The Capitol, House of Representatives, Washington Stereoview
Thomas B. Reed Stereoview Thomas B. Reed Stereoview
Thomas Bradley Stereoview Thomas Bradley Stereoview
McKinley Eulogy Stereoview McKinley Eulogy Stereoview
Prince Henry Arriving at the Capitol Stereoview Prince Henry Arriving at the Capitol Stereoview
Joe Cannon Stereoview Joe Cannon Stereoview