Coloured Stereocard Entitled 'Crinoline Made Useful' Depicting A Woman Being Dressed In A Crinoline, By An Unknown Photographer by NationalMuseumsScotland

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See this stereocard in the exhibition Photography: A Victorian Sensation at the National Museum of Scotland from 19 June-22 November 2015.

www.nms.ac.uk/photography

Part of the Howarth-Loomes collection at National Museums Scotland.

Animation produced with 3D viewer, category: Other3D

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