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Description
This handheld “Saturn Scope,” patented by James M. Davis in 1895, represents the most common version of the stereograph, which was used to create a 3D image. c-p are the slides used by the Saturnscope. Most of the photos were taken in the 1890s. A: Saturnscope B: Saturnscope slide C: River scene D…
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Category
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT FOR COMMUNICATION
Sub-Category
PHOTOGRAPHIC TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
Start Date
1839
End Date
1930
Description
This handheld “Saturn Scope,” patented by James M. Davis in 1895, represents the most common version of the stereograph, which was used to create a 3D image. c-p are the slides used by the Saturnscope. Most of the photos were taken in the 1890s. A: Saturnscope B: Saturnscope slide C: River scene D: King's Garden in Sweden E: Public Gardens in Boston F: Christ before Pilate G: Twin Rocks, Oregon H: Queen Victoria I: Colonial Camp J: Johannesburg Police K: Soldiers sailing L: Thousand Islands M: Cape Town, South Africa N: Niagra Falls O: Her Majesty's Navy at Cape Town P: Derby volunteers in South Africa
Number Of Parts
16
Part Names
The Saturnscope and pictures
Accession No.
2013.24.58 a-p
Type of Record
Museum Artifact
Images
Date Range
1900-1970
Collection
Willard Tompson fonds
Description Level
Series
GMD
textual record
Scope and Content
The file consists of a report written by Willard Tompson in 1977 on the geology of the Groundhog Coalfield in the Upper Skeena River area and the history of the work done in the area. He discusses reports, surveys, ownership, and exploration work, from the first report by Dupont in 1909 for the Can…
Collection
Willard Tompson fonds
Description Level
Series
GMD
textual record
Creator
Tompson, Willard D.
Name Access
Canadian Department of Railways and Canals
Dupont
Groundhog Coalfield
Upper Skeena River
Accession No.
2000.3.1
Physical Description
14 pages
Date Range
1900-1970
Scope and Content
The file consists of a report written by Willard Tompson in 1977 on the geology of the Groundhog Coalfield in the Upper Skeena River area and the history of the work done in the area. He discusses reports, surveys, ownership, and exploration work, from the first report by Dupont in 1909 for the Canadian Depament of Railways and Canals. The last work reported in this paper was in 1970 when six diamond drill holes were drilled late that year.
Subject Access
DOCUMENTS [ Reports]
INDUSTRIES [Mining]
Notes
MISSING
Type of Record
Archival Description