Victorian lady parlor scene stereograph stereoview stereoscope card. Publisher B. W. Kilburn 1909 card no. 7-17255, Littleton, N.H., James M. Davis, New York City, St. Louis, Mo.. Caption says - The day his letter was wont to come, swift words of lightening my heart struck dumb. Vintage real photo image stereo view card measures about 7 inches by about 3 1/2 inches. Heavy thick cardboard has age yellowing, some stains and dirt front and back, light surface, edge, and corner wear, some fading from age, and is slightly bowed or curved. There is a paper wear spot on the front left view at the bottom of the lady's white skirt. Photographer publisher B. W. Kilburn printed on back. Victorian stereograph cards have two nearly identical images mounted side by side which were viewed through a hand held stereoscope viewer, creating a three-dimensional stereopticon effect. You will receive the one stereoview card shown in the photographs. No stereoptican viewer is included with this card.
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