Stereograph of Lincoln Home Exterior with Ladies Crossing in Front
1915 - 1918
Stereoscopes became a popular toy for children and adults by the mid-1800s and have continued in popularity. They are now called “ViewMasters”. The cards used in the toy are called stereographs and feature nearly identical images set side-by-side. This view of the Lincoln Home being visited by fashionable ladies is from the late 1910’s.
Paper, cardboard. L 17.8, W 8.9 cm
Lincoln Home National Historic Site, LIHO 7230