by Machiko Kusahara
This is another early portrait of a man - but I took it from a
stereoview. The card was probably made for a private use, not
like many later stereoviews that were published commercially.
Here is his stereoscopic portrait: either to see it parallel,
as the original card,
or by crossing one's eyes,
to be viewed with a stereoscope.
With naked eyes, crossing is usually easier.
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