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    TWO STEREOVIEWS OF THE BLACK HILLS. Taken by Pollock & Boyden of Deadwood, and F.J. Haynes, these stereo cards offer two distinctly different images of the Black Hills region. In the Pollock & Boyden image, from their Views of the Black Hills series, a man and his dog pose on a hillside above the Spearfish River; Haynes' image, from his Scenery Along the Line of the Northern Pacific Railroad series, gives us a look at the 1876 street scene in Fargo, Dakota Territory. Both stereocards show typical rubbing of corners and occasional small chips at edges; minor verso waterstaining on two edges of Haynes card does not affect recto image. Overall, in very good condition.

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