Stereoscopic Photograph, Rudolph Glacier Mt. Cook; George Rose; 1904-1907; WY.00...
Stereoscopic Photograph, Rudolph Glacier Mt. CookAbout this object
This is a mounted stereograph with the title 'BROKEN ICE on the RUDOLPH GLACIER, MT COOK, NEW ZEALAND. A magnificent view down the Great Tasman Glacier' by George Rose, taken approximately 1906.
George Rose (1861-1942) was a Melbourne photographer who spent months touring New Zealand in 1906 and published the resulting stereographs in a series numbered 7000 to 7584.
The museum has a stereoscope in a box named 'Souvenir Of the New Zealand Exhibition 1906, Rose's World-Famous Stereoscopic Views, Gems of New Zealand Scenery' in the Kapai Series, as supplied to the NZ Government Tourist Dept. It is possible that this stereograoh was purchased alongside this stereoscope. (see WY.0000.808)
1904-1907Inscription and Marks
Embossed on mount: 'Roses Stereoscopic Views'
'Sold only by George Rose, Melbourne, Publisher'
Caption as in Description.
Reverse: lower right in pencil: 'WY.0000.810'
h 100 mm x w 177 mmPeriod
organic, processed material, vegetal, paper, card
organic, processed material, vegetal, paper, photographic paper
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