While spending the fall in McKinney, Texas my neighbor, who is a volunteer at the Collin County History Museum in McKinney asked me to give a lecture to a group of school children on the history of photography. This included stereo cameras, viewers and stereoviews. The Director was preparing for the next exhibition, "McKinney Then and Now" and asked me to take some stereoviews for the "now" portion. We selected the following views for the exhibition, showing them in a pedestal viewer I made. Click on the image to see the gallery.
In addition to the stereo cards the Museum also printed a few anaglyph images for the exhibition with the red blue glasses. They utilized anaglyph images with glasses in their presentation for a grant request to the members of the McKinney grant committee. A selection of the pictures is below. Click on the image to see the gallery.