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Re: Victorian stereoscope 9 years 6 months ago #3594

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Re: Victorian stereoscope 9 years 6 months ago #3595

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Re: Victorian stereoscope 9 years 2 weeks ago #6722

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There is an interesting history of the Underwood brothers . I hadn't realised they were two brothers from the US.

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Re: Victorian stereoscope 9 years 2 weeks ago #6725

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I came across some images of the stereoscopes. Not sure if these numbers are original or not?

The numbers are not contiguous so perhaps they are the originals?

02 Miss Cronje
03 British Field Telegrapher sending news of victory at Klip Drift
04 The last message home a scene at the Orange River Hospital
05 The great march - Lord Roberts and staff ascending the North Bank of the Zand River
06 Cronje's chief commandants after surrender at Paardeberg
07 Transport loaded with everything for Tommies Haversack at Modder river
08 Arrival of Genl Cronje at Modder River a POW escorted by CIV Mounted Infantry SA
09 Difficult marching for the sturdy Colonials
10 One of Lord Roberts’ Ammunition column en route to relieve Kimberley SA
11 Camp of 6th Division on outskirts of Bloemfontein SA
11 NOCs leaving Johannesburg for the front
12 Genl De la Rey staff near Colesberg
13 Draught bullocks just captured by Mounted Infantry from Boer laager on the Modder River 12 General De La Rey staff near Colesberg
14 Among the fighters for the Queen at Naauwpoort before their victorious march to Rensburg
15 From one of Gun pits looking southwest over the tents to Ladysmith SA
16 Camp alarm at Honey Nest Kloof SA
17 10th Hussars after repulsing attack by Boers 4 Jan 1900 Colesberg SA
18 Boer farm New Zealand Hill SA Boers made desperate attack to take these heights 14 Jan 1900
19 British troops enters into Colesberg after Boers retreat 31 Des 1899
20 Maj Remington and his scouts
21 Lord Roberts army advancing toward Johannesburg 84th Battery and Balloons Corps SA
22 West of Boer entrenchments on Krantz Kloof to Spion Kop showing connecting Boer trench across
23 New Zealand Mounted Rifles 15 Jan 1900 after repulsing Boer attack at bayonets point Rensburg
24 Taking the heavy Naval gun across Vet River Lord Roberts advance to Pretoria by Double oxen spans
25 Col Porter’s men ready to meet Boer cavalry charge on Naauwpoort 18 Des 1899 SA
26 SA Light Horse coming down Adderley Street to entrain for the front Cape Town
27 When canons roar is still sleeping by their arms 30 Dec 1899 Colesberg
28 British Scouts firing on a Boer patrol 10 Jan 1900 near Colesberg
31 Hall where the conference between Sir Alfred Milner and President Kruger held in Bloemfontein SA
32 Boer type waiting for passes to go home public square Pretoria SA
33 Honours for Mafeking s defender Lord Roberts escorting Maj General Baden Powell to his HQ
34 Getting transport wagon up the north bank of Modder River 13 Feb 1900
35 Putting a shell into a Siege gun at Modder River
36 The sad roll call after some of the British troop were cut off at Dordrecht 30 Dec 1900
37 Col Porter s Men ready to meat Boer cavalry charge on Naauwpoort 13 Dec 1899
38 Camp at Slingerfontein, Colesberg
39 Telephonist and telegraphers and sending News from British Siege guns at Orange River
40 Early morning Inspection on the veldt SA
41 General De la Rey
42 Spacious dining hall of general hospital No 1 at dinner Bloemfontein
43 Pom Pom Bridge and Boer Headquarters Telegraph station on Tugela River Natal
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Re: Victorian stereoscope 9 years 2 weeks ago #6726

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02 Miss Cronje
03 British Field Telegrapher sending news of victory at Klip Drift
04 The last message home a scene at the Orange River Hospital
05 The great march - Lord Roberts and staff ascending the North Bank of the Zand River
06 Cronje's chief commandants after surrender at Paardeberg
07 Transport loaded with everything for Tommies Haversack at Modder River











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