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    Tombstone, Arizona: Stereoview of Street Scene in 1903. A rare stereoview of Allen Street, one of Tombstone's main streets, circa 1903. Allen Street was named for merchant J. B. Allen, who built one of the first houses and stores in Tombstone. "Looking up Allen St. Tombstone Ariz" is written in ink on the card, along with "Olaf P. Larson, Stereoscopist Moscow-Idaho." Photographer Olaf P. Larson (1879-1971) was born in Norway and immigrated to Moscow, Idaho, at a young age. Known for his stereoviews of Arizona, Larson also worked in Squirrel, Idaho. Early gelatin print stereoview on light pinkish orange mount. In excellent condition.

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