Thanks to Bonnie and Carl Rauch you are able to enjoy 3D images of the National Refinery at Coffeyville, Kansas, circa 1923-24. The images presented here are just a few of the 3D images that were reprinted from over 100 original 3D stereoscopic negatives from the collection of Bonnie and Carl Rauch. After having the negatives made into prints, I mounted them each in a stereoscopic card mount. Then using VRex DepthStudio software, which allows you to take stereoscopic pairs and combine them into ready to view 3D formats viewable on your computer. I then scanned the stereoscopic cards into 3D images to present here. To view these 3D images you will need the DepthCharge Browser Plug-In which can be downloaded by clicking the GET DEPTH NOW button below. I would suggest that after installing the DepthCharge Browser Plug-In, that you go through the DC (DepthCharge) Tutorial by clicking here. You will also need a pair of Red/Blue anaglyph glasses. Click here if you would like to receive a free pair of Red/Blue anaglyph glasses. I will provide these glasses for as long as my supply lasts.
I have only completed a few of the images, but will continue to add more as I have time. Click on the stereoscopic images below to view them in 3D.
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