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October 11, 2011


Hilary Anderson Stelling, Director of Collections and Exhibitions

Many thanks for being a blog reader! It looks like Rogers had more than one publisher for his image. The Scottish Rite Masonic Museum & Library also holds the Kilburn version of this stereocard in its collection. It has been digitized and you can see it on collections section of our website (srmml.org).

Douglas Hope

I have in my possession the similar stereo card image by I.L Rogers dated 1873, with the publisher on the back listed as "Kilburn brothers, Littleton, N.H. beautiful and quite interesting as both the subject matter and the medium have a sort of connection. The visual usage of the skull ect. In Masonry, and the medium being skeletonized leaves...

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