A black-and-white stereoscopic photograph depicting a group of men, women, and children picking cotton in a field. A white man on a horse can be seen in the background watching the group. Green type below the photograph reads, [(21)-5078 Cotton is King - Plantation Scene, Georgia./COPYRIGHT 1895 by Strohmeyer & Wyman]. Publisher and manufacturers information appear on left and right side of photograph. Description of the scene and the cotton industry appears on the back of the stereoscopic card.
A black and white stereograph of women and children standing on a large pile of rice-straw on a raft. Twenty people are in the photograph. Water and trees are in the background. Printed vertically on the left side of the card is "Underwood & Underwood, Publishers / New York, London, Toronto-Canada, Ottawa-Kansas." Printed vertically on the right side of the card is "Works and Studios ~ Arlington, NJ/ Westwood, NJ." Printed below the right image in the bottom right corner is "(18) - 5677 - A Rice Raft, South Carolina / Copyright 1895 by Strohmeyer and Wyman." The back of the stereograph contains a description of the image as well as additional copyright information.
A stereograph produced by Underwood & Underwood, dated 1899, of an outdoor scene titled: "Booker T. Washington, President of the Negro Industrial School, Tuskegee, Alabama"/ Copyright 1899 by Strohmeyer & Wyman", below the image. The stereograph is rectangular in shape with two identical albumen photographs that are square-shaped with a curved top edge attached to a piece of cardboard. Both images feature Booker T. Washington standing in a dirt paved street with his right hand in his vest breast pocket. The left edge of the stereograph contains the following textual information: " Strohmeyer & Wyman, Publishers/ New York, N.Y." while the right side contains the following textual information: "Underwood & Underwood, Publishers/ New York, London, Toronto-Canada, Ottawa-Kansas".