TOPIC: #LosAngeles in 3D Stereoscopy 19th-Century by @LostLA01 @nathanmasters @LAasSubject @USCLibraries
#LosAngeles in 3D Stereoscopy 19th-Century by @LostLA01 @nathanmasters @LAasSubject @USCLibraries
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This stereograph is apparently mis-captioned; what was then City Hall (built 1888-89 at 226 S. Fort St.) appears at top-right, just behind Congregation B'nai B'rith.
For many 19th-century viewers, these stereographs were the closest they’d ever come to glimpsing Los Angeles with their own two eyes.
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A view looking north up Main Street from the Temple Block toward the historic Los Angeles Plaza. Completed in 1822, the Iglesia de Nuestra Señora la Reina de los Ángeles, ranks among the oldest buildings within the Los Angeles city limits.
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Credits: NATHAN MASTERS and A collaboration between the USC Libraries and KCETLink, Lost LA features the member collections of L.A. as Subject, a research alliance dedicated to preserving and telling the sometimes-hidden stories and histories of the Los Angeles region.
Regards :) Nguyen Quang Tri
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