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Continent Stereoscopic Company

Overview
Works: 69 works in 70 publications in 1 language and 72 library holdings
Genres: Pictorial works  Photographs  History 
Roles: Photographer
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Most widely held works about Continent Stereoscopic Company
 
Most widely held works by Continent Stereoscopic Company
The Continent Stereoscopic Company : Southern California in the 1870s by Philip D Nathanson( Book )

2 editions published in 2011 in English and held by 4 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Stereoscopic Views of Southeast Alaska( Visual )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Views of Southeast Alaska, including Fort Tongass, Haines, Juneau, Kasaan Village, Lynn Canal, New Metlakahtla, Nome, Sitka, Skagway and Wrangell; includes general, street and harbor views; views of churches, a bridge, log cabins, a "curiosity shop" with Indian artifacts visible on the porch, an Indian salmon cannery; steam and sailing vessels; Indians and villages, including views of totem poles and canoes; views of Hawler glacier and its terminal moraines; a view of a bridge over the Indian River
Stereoscopic views of the White House( Visual )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Views of the White House including the south front: from the treasury, with gardens, lawns, fountains & fences, a detail view showing steps leading the portico, benches along a path, a canvas-covered bandstand-like structure, pond with water lilies, cast or carved lawn furniture made to look like it was build of sticks and branches; the west elevation from the executive office building, conservatory in the foreground, capitol, post office and treasury building visible beyond; the north front, including the carriage drive, gardens, fountains, sculpture, from Lafayette square with Jackson statue by Mills in foreground; east elevation with fountain, view of the same fountain from the west; interior views: the east room, including a view of the altar and floral arrangements for the Roosevelt-Longworth wedding, the Blue room, the Red room, the Green room, the cabinet room, the president's library, the State dining room, including views of tables laid for banquest in honor of Prince Henry, Feb. 24, 1902, the conservatory, the main corridor
The U.S. Mint Denver, Colorado by Continent Stereoscopic Company( Visual )

and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

View of the United States Mint at 16th (Sixteenth) and Market Streets in Denver, Colorado. The brick masonry building has a battlement and flagpole
Stereoscopic views of prisons in New York City( Visual )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Views of the Tombs, including views of the courtyard and the "Bridge of Sighs" and views of the penitentiary on Blackwell's Island, including garden in foreground. Some views duplicated
Pueblo village of San Felippi[sic], New Mexico by Continent Stereoscopic Company( Visual )

and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

View of the Native American pueblo of San Felipe, New Mexico, shows adobe buildings, ladders, and burros
The plaza, Santa Fe, New Mexico by Continent Stereoscopic Company( Visual )

and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Men pose near pack burros and a fence on the Plaza in Santa Fe (Santa Fe County), New Mexico. Shows the obelisk monument, dedicated to veterans of the Civil War and North American Indian skirmishes, a bandstand, and trees. Territorial Style buildings are in the distance
Stereoscopic views of agriculture and plants in California( Visual )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Views of agriculture and plants in various and unspecified locations in California: includes citrus and olive groves, orange harvesting, wheat and barley harvesting using steam and horse-drawn combines; calla lilies in a field; a man feeding chickens; images of century plants, eucalyptus, and cactus; a bee farm showing hives; views inside a greenhouse; view of a large oak, and an unidentified forest scene
Stereoscopic views of Park and Teller counties, Colorado( Visual )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Views of Park and Teller counties, Colorado, including views of Fairplay in South Park, Montgomery, Cripple Creek, Buckskin Joe mine, Manitou Peak, hydraulic mining at Alma; Mt. Lincoln and North Star Mountain; includes general views of Cripple Creek and Fairplay, views of the Denver, South Park and Pacific Railroad near Webster, rock formations, mountain and valley scenery; a hunter with his gun, dog and a wild fowl he has shot; views of the St. Louis hotel, Mt. Lincoln house, a log hotel at Manitou Park and a log "cottage" in Manitou Park
[California stereo views from the R.W. Waterman family papers.]( Visual )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Views include a hotel in Santa Monica (with advertising information on verso), a view off the coast of Monterey with a ship and water visible, a "Dancing resort of native Californians" showing Indians under a grape arbor (by Hayward of Santa Barbara), and a view from Telegraph Hill, San Francisco, showing harbor
Apache Indians at a game of cards by Continent Stereoscopic Company( Visual )

and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Four Native American Apache men wearing breechcloths and shirts, sit in the sand and play a game of cards
Corpus Christi procession, New Mexico by Continent Stereoscopic Company( Visual )

and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

People kneel before a make-shift altar and a platform with a canopy for the Corpus Christi festival procession in front of probably the adobe Palace of the Governors in Santa Fe (Santa Fe County), New Mexico
Alta (i.e., altar) in the Church of San Miguel, [Santa Fe, New Mexico] by Continent Stereoscopic Company( Visual )

1 edition published in 1878 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Stereograph showing interior of Church of San Miguel, with artwork and altar
Street scene in Albuquerque, New Mexico by Continent Stereoscopic Company( Visual )

and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Boys pose in front of a horse-drawn buggy, a surrey, and a wagon on a commercial street in Albuquerque (Bernalillo County), New Mexico. Shows Territorial style adobe buildings with portals with balustrades. Signs read: "Vose & Stein Hardware," "New Mexico News Co.," and "California."
Stereoscopic views of Ft. George Island, Florida( Visual )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Views on Ft. George Island, Florida: includes views of plantations, including ruins of slave quarters, black workers in the fields and at home, the home of M.E. Parker, Esq; view of Myrtle Avenue, Palmetto Aveneu, oaks and spanish moss
Ernest Marquez Photograph Collection by Ernest Marquez( Visual )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This is a collection primarily of negatives and photographic prints depicting the growth of Santa Monica and Los Angeles, California, from 1860s to 1980s. Many views are cityscapes or street views, showing buildings, storefronts, homes and roads, and documenting the use of railroads, trolleys, streetcars, and automobiles. There are many card photographs by early professional photographers, and also a number of snapshots made by amateurs, some in personal photo albums. The collection's scope also includes early views of many other communities in Southern California (and a few in other states); the beginnings of aviation in Santa Monica, including the first Douglas Aircraft Company buildings; a photo album of residents in Topanga Canyon, ca. 1913; automobile racing in Los Angeles and Santa Monica, 1920s; maritime views; a photo album of U.S. troops in France during World War I; a 1949 real estate development in Apple Valley, California, and others. Besides photographs, a portion of the collection consists of scarce publications and historical ephemera, primarily related to Santa Monica and Los Angeles, including brochures, advertising cards, menus, event programs and other materials. Highlights of the Santa Monica images are aerial views of the buildings along the coast and pier (1920s); several views of the Arcadia Hotel (1880s); the Long Wharf and adjoining railroad and train depot; the first bath houses on the beach; the beach club culture of the 1920s and 1930s; the amusement piers of Santa Monica, Ocean Park and Venice; and the beginnings of the Douglas Aircraft Company. There is a large set of promotional photographs made late 1920s-1930s by Powell Press Service depicting people enjoying Santa Monica's beaches, clubs and outdoor recreation. An important subset within the collection is 407 negatives made ca. 1890 - 1908 by Los Angeles historian and amateur photographer George W. Hazard (1842-1914). Hazard travelled around Los Angeles and vicinity photographing the adobes, houses, streets and storefronts that told the early history of the city. Many of Hazard's negatives have handwritten identifications, naming streets, former homeowners, ranchos, and other historical details. There are a large number of cabinet cards and other card-mounted prints and stereographs. There are 1,264 stereograph prints, highlighted by the works of photographic pioneers William M. Godfrey, Francis Parker, Hayward & Muzzall, and Carleton Watkins. Other formats represented are: glass and film negatives; panoramic prints; 7 photograph albums, photographic postcards, 20th-century color prints and transparencies; and a small number of tintypes, cyanotypes and a set of chromolithographs
Stereoscopic views of Bent, Conejos, Costilla, Las Animas and Pueblo counties, Colorado( Visual )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Views of Bent, Conejos, Las Animas and Pueblo counties, Colorado: views of the Ft. Garland extension of the Rio Grande Railroad, including views of the "Mule shoe", Veta Pass, Sangre de Cristo station and Dump Mountain, some showing a group of log buildings; views of paintings or drawings of Veta Pass; general views of Trinidad and Pueblo; a view of Colorado's largest cottonwood tree in Pueblo; men shearing sheep; a community made up of rough buildings and a tent in the Stonewall Valley in the Greenhorn range; a view of Toltec tunnel and gorge, and of a "Fairy grotto" in the tunnel. Some duplication of images
Stereoscopic views of southern California( Visual )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Views of Southern California including the Imperial Valley, Redlands, Riverside, San Bernardino and San Juan Capistrano: includes views of orange cultivation including general views of groves, some on terraced hillsides, irrigation, including aqueducts and ditches, views of men picking oranges; views of the Mission San Juan Capistrano, rock formations nearby; a business block and a palm-lined street in San Bernardino; union Easter services at Mt. Rubidoux and tree-lined Magnolia avenue in Riverside; a view at the entrance to the Imperial Valley; a view of a carriage at scenic overlook of San Bernardino Valley with a thatched gazebo with a bench;a train wreck; a home with a garden in the foreground; a couple at Wildwood canyon. A family relaxing outside their home, baby carriage near a napping man, his wife and child nearby; camping scene showing woman cooking over a fire, wagon in background, table set wth cloth, dog looking on, boy using stool for table
Stereographic views of the giant sequoia of California( Visual )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Views of the giant sequoia in the Calaveras and Mariposa groves, California: includes views of trees; tourists, including tourists in carriages driving through arches cut out of trees and on horseback, a log cabin; the pavilion over the stump of "the Original Big Tree"; soldiers posed with "the Grizzly Giant" and on horseback atop the "Fallen Monarch"; includes views of the forest in winter with snow on the ground; view of a fern. One general view of the town of Mariposa, California
Stereoscopic views of Santa Barbara, California( Visual )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Views of Santa Barbara, California and vicinity: includes views of Mission Santa Barbara, including an interior, views of the gardens, fountain and Franciscan friars; a view of the hot springs; views of the largest grape vine in the world at Sarver's Mammoth Grape Vine Resort at Montecito; a view of oil derricks in the surf at Summerland, near Santa Barbara
 
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Continent Stereoscopic Co.

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English (16)