E. & H. T. Anthony Stereoviews of the Catskills

November 05, 2022  •  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 E. & H. T. Anthony & Company. They have all been added to the Anthony gallery, which now contains over 125 of the company’s Catskills works.

 

View in the Kauterskill Gorge. (# 411)

Vintage E. Anthony stereoview # 411 titled “View in the Kauterskill Gorge” from “The Glens of the Catskills” series.View in the Kauterskill Gorge. (# 411)Publisher: E. & H. T. Anthony & Co.
Series name: The Glens of the Catskills
Stereoview #: 411
Title: View in the Kauterskill 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.

 

Ice Formation (# 788)

Vintage E. & H. T. Anthony & Company stereoview # 788 from the “Winter in the Catskills” series depicting a beautiful ice formation.Ice Formation (# 788)Publisher: E. & H. T. Anthony & Co.
Series name: Winter in the Catskills
Stereoview #: 788
Title: None listed; Description: Ice Formation.

Reverse side: “These are some of the most remarkable Ice and Snow scenes in existence, and every assortment of stereoscopic views should contain a selection from them.”

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.

 

Winter View in the Catskills (# 796)

Vintage E. & H. T. Anthony & Company stereoview # 796 from the “Winter in the Catskills” series depicting a beautiful winter view over the snow-laden mountains.Winter View in the Catskills (# 796)Publisher: E. & H. T. Anthony & Co.
Series name: Winter in the Catskills
Stereoview #: 796
Title: None listed; Description: Winter View in the Catskills.

Reverse side: “These are some of the most remarkable Ice and Snow scenes in existence, and every assortment of stereoscopic views should contain a selection from them.”

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.

 

Snowy Path (# 801)

Vintage E. & H. T. Anthony & Company stereoview # 801 from the “Winter in the Catskills” series depicting a snowy mountain path.Snowy Path (# 801)Publisher: E. & H. T. Anthony
Series name: Winter in the Catskills
Stereoview #: 801
Title: None listed; Description: Snowy Path.

Reverse side: “These are some of the most remarkable Ice and Snow scenes in existence, and every assortment of stereoscopic views should contain a selection from them.”

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.

 

Man Standing in the Ice Cave (# 1532)

Vintage E. & H. T. Anthony & Company stereoview # 1532 from the “Winter in the Catskills” series depicting a well-dressed man standing within a large ice cave.Man Standing in the Ice Cave (# 1532)Publisher: E. & H. T. Anthony & Co.
Series name: Winter in the Catskills
Stereoview #: 1532
Title: None listed; Description: Man Standing in the Ice Cave.

Reverse side: “These are some of the most remarkable Ice and Snow scenes in existence, and every assortment of stereoscopic views should contain a selection from them.”

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.

 

Catskills Winter View (# 1539)

Vintage E. & H. T. Anthony & Company stereoview # 1539 from the “Winter in the Catskills” series depicting a beautiful snow-covered scene in the Catskills.Catskills Winter View (# 1539)Publisher: E. & H. T. Anthony & Co.
Series name: Winter in the Catskills
Stereoview #: 1539
Title: None listed; Description: Catskills Winter View.

Reverse side: “These are some of the most remarkable Ice and Snow scenes in existence, and every assortment of stereoscopic views should contain a selection from them.”

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 (# 4190)

Vintage E. & H. T. Anthony & Co. stereoview # 4190 titled “The Laurel House” from “The Glens of the Catskills” series.The Laurel House (# 4190)Publisher: E. & H. T. Anthony & Co.
Series name: The Glens of the Catskills
Stereoview #: 4190
Title: The Laurel 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.

 

Looking down the Kauterskill, from New Laurel House. (# 4202)

Vintage E. & H. T. Anthony & Co. stereoview # 4202 titled “Looking down the Kauterskill, from New Laurel House” from “The Glens of the Catskills” series.Looking down the Kauterskill, from New Laurel House. (# 4202)Publisher: E. & H. T. Anthony & Co.
Series name: The Glens of the Catskills
Stereoview #: 4202
Title: Looking down the Kauterskill, from New Laurel 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.

 

Sunset Rock from the Bluff (# 8540)

Vintage E. & H. T. Anthony & Co. stereoview # 8540 titled “Sunset Rock from the Bluff” from “The Glens of the Catskills” series.Sunset Rock from the Bluff (# 8540)Publisher: E. & H. T. Anthony & Co.
Series name: Glens of the Catskills
Stereoview #: 8540
Title: Sunset Rock from the Bluff.

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 Mill Pond near Laurel House (# 9049)

Vintage E. & H. T. Anthony & Co. stereoview # 9049 titled “The Mill Pond near Laurel House” in “The Glens of the Catskills” series.The Mill Pond near Laurel House (# 9049)Publisher: E. & H. T. Anthony & Co.
Series name: The Glens of the Catskills
Stereoview #: 9049
Title: The Mill Pond near Laurel 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.

 

General View of the Kauterskill Fall (# 9051)

Vintage E. & H. T. Anthony & Company stereoview # 9051 titled “General View of the Kauterskill Fall” from “The Glens of the Catskills” series.General View of the Kauterskill Fall (# 9051)Publisher: E. & H. T. Anthony & Co.
Series name: The Glens of the Catskills
Stereoview #: 9051
Title: General View of the Kauterskill 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.

 

The Mountain House and Valley of the Lakes from North Mt., High Peak and Round Top in the Distance (# 9078)

Vintage E. & H. T. Anthony & Company stereoview # 9078 titled “The Mountain House and Valley of the Lakes from North Mt., High Peak and Round Top in the Distance” from “The Glens of the Catskills” serThe Mountain House and Valley of the Lakes from North Mt., High Peak and Round Top in the Distance (# 9078)Publisher: E. & H. T. Anthony & Co.
Series name: The Glens of the Catskills
Stereoview #: 9078
Title: The Mountain House and Valley of the Lakes from North Mt., High Peak and 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.

 


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