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Russo-Japan War
Stereoviews No. 101//200 (97 different)
W.T. Ingersoll, Copyright 1905

 


No. 198 Famous 'Black Watch of Japan'

 
Condition. With the exception of the views noted below, the stereoviews are in Good-Very Good condition. Most have minor edge scrapes. The following stereoviews have significant defects:

Significant Defects.
        No. 137 crease across left image 
        No. 147 vertical crease at middle entering right image
        No. 178 crease across left image
        No. 185 crease across left image
        No. 182 crease across left image
        No. 188 crease across right image
        No. 189 crease across right image
        No. 190 crease across right image
        No. 199 crease across top of right image

 
W.T. Ingersoll:
Russo-Japan War Stereoviews, copyright 1905, color lithograph (halftone), green cards, 7 x 3 1/2 in, product code A8833, numbers 101//200, 97 different stereoviews of a 100 veiw series set (missing numbers 103, 105 and 141 and containing a second, but defective, number 111). Prominently featured in several of the views is Richard Barry (San Francisco Chronicle correspondent). The series also has views with Frederick Vickers who is described as "the Greatest of Living War Artists."

Front: Number (101~200), and short descriptive caption and "Copyrighted 1905, T.W. Ingersoll."

Back: Number and the short descriptive caption, a detailed one to two paragraph description and the number "A8833."

 
Examples of the Stereoviews.

Views with Richard Barry:
        
No. 133. Richard Barry and Frederick Vickers

                
No. 177. Richard Barry (War Artist) and Japanese Officers


No. 179. Richard Barry and his Chinese Boy 


No. 185. Richard Barry with group of Japanese Telegraphers 


No. 196  Richard Barry in Manchuria


        
Views with Frederick Vickers:

No. 195  Frederick Vickers Teaching how to handle a "Fractious house" 


No. 199. Frederick Vickers, "the Greatest of Living War Artists" 

        
        
Views of Lieutenant General Oshima:

No. 165. Lieut. General Oshima


No. 180. Lieut. General Oshima 

        

Views with the "Famous" Major Yamaoka:

No. 146  Japan's Famous Major Yamaoka 


No. 174. Major Yamaoka and Staff Officers



Military Views (examples):

No. 183. Loading the Osaka Baby 


No. 198  Famous 'Black Watch of Japan'



Close-up of Photo-Mechanical Color Lithograph:

 


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