STEREOVIEW OF HUNTERS WITH MOOSE

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Item Code: P13890

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This stereoview features an image of hunters in the snow who have just shot a moose. Titled and numbered, “9451- GLORY ENOUGH FOR ONE DAY”. Image is mounted on orange stock. Edges are labeled, “KEYSTONE VIEW COMPANY, MANUFACTURERS AND PUBLISHERS. MEADVILLE, PA. ST. LOUIS, MO. COPYRIGHT 1899, BY B.L. LINGLEY”. Image is very clear. Some light surface dirt and smudges are present.

Reverse tells the story of the hunt and that the view was taken on Nov. 28, 1898 in Aroostook Co. Maine.  [sl]

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