New Stereoviews from the E. & H. T. Anthony Company

January 16, 2021  •  Leave a Comment

The E. & H. T. Anthony company was the largest 19th-century manufacturer and distributor of cameras and photographic supplies in the United States. The company was founded by Edward Anthony (1818-1888) and his brother Henry T. Anthony (1814-1884). Regionally, the company produced many of the greatest Catskills views of the 19th century. The Catskills stereoviews were incorporated into several series including “The Artistic Series,” “The Glens of the Catskills,” and “Winter in the Catskills.” Each of the photographs demonstrates the enduring beauty of the Catskills, being as equally compelling today as they were 150 years ago.

 

I have recently acquired a number of new Catskills stereoviews by the E. & H. T. Anthony Company. They have all been added to the Anthony gallery, which now contains over 100 of the company’s Catskills works.

 

Vintage E. & H. T. Anthony & Co. stereoview # 4193 titled “Ravine, below Haines Fall” from “The Glens of the Catskills” series.Ravine, below Haines Fall. (# 4193)Publisher: E. & H. T. Anthony & Co.
Series name: The Glens of the Catskills
Stereoview #: 4192
Title: Ravine, below Haines Fall.

The E. & H. T. Anthony company was the largest 19th-century manufacturer and distributor of cameras and photographic supplies in the United States. The company was founded by Edward Anthony (1818-1888) and his brother Henry T. Anthony (1814-1884). Regionally, the company produced many of the greatest Catskills views of the 19th century. The Catskills stereoviews were incorporated into several series including “The Artistic Series,” “The Glens of the Catskills,” and “Winter in the Catskills.” Each of the photographs demonstrates the enduring beauty of the Catskills, being as equally compelling today as they were 150 years ago.
Ravine, below Haines Fall. (# 4193)

 

Vintage E. & H. T. Anthony & Co. stereoview # 4205 titled “View from the top of the Five Cascades, looking down Haines Gorge” in “The Glens of the Catskills” series.View from the top of the Five Cascades, looking down Haines Gorge. (# 4205)Publisher: E. & H. T. Anthony & Co.
Series name: The Glens of the Catskills
Stereoview #: 4205
Title: View from the top of the Five Cascades, looking down Haines Gorge.

The E. & H. T. Anthony company was the largest 19th-century manufacturer and distributor of cameras and photographic supplies in the United States. The company was founded by Edward Anthony (1818-1888) and his brother Henry T. Anthony (1814-1884). Regionally, the company produced many of the greatest Catskills views of the 19th century. The Catskills stereoviews were incorporated into several series including “The Artistic Series,” “The Glens of the Catskills,” and “Winter in the Catskills.” Each of the photographs demonstrates the enduring beauty of the Catskills, being as equally compelling today as they were 150 years ago.
View from the top of the Five Cascades, looking down Haines Gorge. (# 4205)

 

Vintage E. & H. T. Anthony & Co. stereoview # 8531 titled “First Glimpse of Mountain House” from “The Glens of the Catskills” series.First Glimpse of Mountain House. (# 8531)Publisher: E. & H. T. Anthony & Co.
Series name: The Glens of the Catskills
Stereoview #: 8531
Title: First Glimpse of Mountain House.

The E. & H. T. Anthony company was the largest 19th-century manufacturer and distributor of cameras and photographic supplies in the United States. The company was founded by Edward Anthony (1818-1888) and his brother Henry T. Anthony (1814-1884). Regionally, the company produced many of the greatest Catskills views of the 19th century. The Catskills stereoviews were incorporated into several series including “The Artistic Series,” “The Glens of the Catskills,” and “Winter in the Catskills.” Each of the photographs demonstrates the enduring beauty of the Catskills, being as equally compelling today as they were 150 years ago.

First Glimpse of Mountain House. (# 8531)

 

Vintage E. & H. T. Anthony & Co. stereoview # 8537 titled “The Mountain House” from “The Glens of the Catskills” series.The Mountain House. (# 8537)Publisher: E. & H. T. Anthony & Co.
Series name: The Glens of the Catskills
Stereoview #: 8537
Title: The Mountain House.

The E. & H. T. Anthony company was the largest 19th-century manufacturer and distributor of cameras and photographic supplies in the United States. The company was founded by Edward Anthony (1818-1888) and his brother Henry T. Anthony (1814-1884). Regionally, the company produced many of the greatest Catskills views of the 19th century. The Catskills stereoviews were incorporated into several series including “The Artistic Series,” “The Glens of the Catskills,” and “Winter in the Catskills.” Each of the photographs demonstrates the enduring beauty of the Catskills, being as equally compelling today as they were 150 years ago.
The Mountain House. (# 8537)

 

Vintage E. & H. T. Anthony & Co. stereovie # 9048 titled “View from the Laurel House, Round Top in the distance” from “The Glens of the Catskills” series.View from the Laurel House, Round Top in the distance. (# 9048)Publisher: E. & H. T. Anthony & Co.
Series name: The Glens of the Catskills
Stereoview #: 9048
Title: View from the Laurel House, Round Top in the distance.

The E. & H. T. Anthony company was the largest 19th-century manufacturer and distributor of cameras and photographic supplies in the United States. The company was founded by Edward Anthony (1818-1888) and his brother Henry T. Anthony (1814-1884). Regionally, the company produced many of the greatest Catskills views of the 19th century. The Catskills stereoviews were incorporated into several series including “The Artistic Series,” “The Glens of the Catskills,” and “Winter in the Catskills.” Each of the photographs demonstrates the enduring beauty of the Catskills, being as equally compelling today as they were 150 years ago.
View from the Laurel House, Round Top in the distance. (# 9048)

 

Vintage E. & H. T. Anthony & Co. stereoview # 9050 titled “The Laurel House and Kauterskill Falls from Prospect Rock” from “The Glens of the Catskills” series.The Laurel House and Kauterskill Falls from Prospect Rock. (# 9050)Publisher: E. & H. T. Anthony & Co.
Series name: The Glens of the Catskills
Stereoview #: 9050
Title: The Laurel House and Kauterskill Falls from Prospect Rock.

The E. & H. T. Anthony company was the largest 19th-century manufacturer and distributor of cameras and photographic supplies in the United States. The company was founded by Edward Anthony (1818-1888) and his brother Henry T. Anthony (1814-1884). Regionally, the company produced many of the greatest Catskills views of the 19th century. The Catskills stereoviews were incorporated into several series including “The Artistic Series,” “The Glens of the Catskills,” and “Winter in the Catskills.” Each of the photographs demonstrates the enduring beauty of the Catskills, being as equally compelling today as they were 150 years ago.
The Laurel House and Kauterskill Falls from Prospect Rock. (# 9050)

 

Vintage E. & H. T. Anthony & Co. stereoview # 9052 titled “The Lower Kauterskill Fall – 80 Feet High” from “The Glens of the Catskills” series.The Lower Kauterskill Fall – 80 Feet High. (# 9052)Publisher: E. & H. T. Anthony & Co.
Series name: The Glens of the Catskills
Stereoview #: 9052
Title: The Lower Kauterskill Fall – 80 Feet High.
The Lower Kauterskill Fall – 80 Feet High. (# 9052)

 

Vintage E. & H. T. Anthony & Co. stereoview # 9070 titled “South Lake and Stony Clove Notch” from “The Glens of the Catskills” series.South Lake and Stony Clove Notch. (# 9070)Publisher: E. & H. T. Anthony & Co.
Series name: The Glens of the Catskills
Stereoview #: 9070
Title: South Lake and Stony Clove Notch.

The E. & H. T. Anthony company was the largest 19th-century manufacturer and distributor of cameras and photographic supplies in the United States. The company was founded by Edward Anthony (1818-1888) and his brother Henry T. Anthony (1814-1884). Regionally, the company produced many of the greatest Catskills views of the 19th century. The Catskills stereoviews were incorporated into several series including “The Artistic Series,” “The Glens of the Catskills,” and “Winter in the Catskills.” Each of the photographs demonstrates the enduring beauty of the Catskills, being as equally compelling today as they were 150 years ago.
South Lake and Stony Clove Notch. (# 9070)

 


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