Antique stereo card or stereoviews,This photograph stereo card depicts several back men or negros which is what African Americans were called at the time selling fish at out side a store. The fish are stacked up and in baskets and hanging from hooks. One black man has a knife in his hand. The trade sign is half shown which has the letters JNC W Buc ??... Stumpr????. The two pictures are completely different. One has the advertising trade sign and the other has a small black boy in the window. This is a great piece of Black memorabilia. This stereo view card was sold or photographed by Alfred S. Campbell from Elizabeth N. J. USA and copyrighted in 1896. The bottom states 614 "fine fish" Condition: Seems to be pretty good not much fading. There is a spot on the left photograph which looks like it could be cleaned off but you be the judge of that
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