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New York City Gallery
New York City Gallery
This Gallery contains stereo views from New York City in the early 1900's.
Click on the thumbnails to see enlargements in 3D Stereoscopic Vision.

It may take a little while for these images to load but your patience will be rewarded.
3D Glasses Required.   Click HERE for help using the applet.
The Stereoscope applet works with Mozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer 4.0+.  This applet does NOT work with Google Chrome.
Click HERE if you are having browser trouble.



The preferred viewing method Now is some example text following which is only displayed if the browser does not support JAVA

If you had a JAVA 1.1 enabled browser, you would see a stereoscopic image here!
Instead you get a preview only (not clickable, not 3D!):

New York City - 5th Avenue & 34th Street
The preferred viewing method Now is some example text following which is only displayed if the browser does not support JAVA

If you had a JAVA 1.1 enabled browser, you would see a stereoscopic image here!
Instead you get a preview only (not clickable, not 3D!):

New York City - Theatrical District, Times Square
The preferred viewing method Now is some example text following which is only displayed if the browser does not support JAVA

If you had a JAVA 1.1 enabled browser, you would see a stereoscopic image here!
Instead you get a preview only (not clickable, not 3D!):

New York City - Hotels along 59th Street
The preferred viewing method Now is some example text following which is only displayed if the browser does not support JAVA

If you had a JAVA 1.1 enabled browser, you would see a stereoscopic image here!
Instead you get a preview only (not clickable, not 3D!):

New York City - A Chinatown Street
The preferred viewing method Now is some example text following which is only displayed if the browser does not support JAVA

If you had a JAVA 1.1 enabled browser, you would see a stereoscopic image here!
Instead you get a preview only (not clickable, not 3D!):

New York City - A View of the Battery, Showing Aquarium and Ferryboats
The preferred viewing method Now is some example text following which is only displayed if the browser does not support JAVA

If you had a JAVA 1.1 enabled browser, you would see a stereoscopic image here!
Instead you get a preview only (not clickable, not 3D!):

New York City - Site of the World's Fair
The preferred viewing method Now is some example text following which is only displayed if the browser does not support JAVA

If you had a JAVA 1.1 enabled browser, you would see a stereoscopic image here!
Instead you get a preview only (not clickable, not 3D!):

New York City - Yankee Stadium
The preferred viewing method Now is some example text following which is only displayed if the browser does not support JAVA

If you had a JAVA 1.1 enabled browser, you would see a stereoscopic image here!
Instead you get a preview only (not clickable, not 3D!):

New York City - St. Patrick's Cathedral
  The preferred viewing method Now is some example text following which is only displayed if the browser does not support JAVA

If you had a JAVA 1.1 enabled browser, you would see a stereoscopic image here!
Instead you get a preview only (not clickable, not 3D!):

New York City - The Empire State Building
The preferred viewing method Now is some example text following which is only displayed if the browser does not support JAVA

If you had a JAVA 1.1 enabled browser, you would see a stereoscopic image here!
Instead you get a preview only (not clickable, not 3D!):

New York City - The Immigration Station, Ellis Island
 

 
Tips on using the Stereoscope Applet:
1. Click on Size and a drop down menu will allow you to select various sizes for viewing.
2. Plus (+) key to increase size or minus (-) key to decrease size.
3. Ctrl+F keys will give you a full screen view of the stereo image.
4. The Esc key will return to the default size from full screen.
5. You can scroll forward or backward through the stereo images by using the Page Down or Page Up keys.
6. Ctrl+P keys for Parallel View.
7. Ctrl+Shift+C to return to 3-D view.
8. Click HERE for a more detailed tutorial.

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