People don’t go to church on Sunday mornings in the numbers that they used to, but Trinity Episcopal Church on Jackson Avenue is still going strong. This is a William Lesson stereo photograph (courtesy NOPL) from the 1910s. Stereo photographs were printed on card stock thicker than regular photo paper. You put the photo into a viewer with lenses for each eye. The focal length of the lenses was such that the photo appears to be 3-D



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