If you desire to see this Stereo card in three "D" you can cross your eyes really hard, (They wont actually get stuck that way.) then after a moment your eyes will see three pictures on the screen and it's the image in the middle which you view in three "D".
This card is reads as follows - (On the front)
Sold only by Berry Kelley & Chadwick
Office; Philadelphia .Studio
Berry, Kelly & Chadwick Publishers. Philadelphia .U.S.A.
(15) The Lower Pool, Where Solomon Was Annoited (missspelling)King, and
the Market of Gihon, Jerusalem, Palestine
Copyright 1903, by William H. - (I can't read the last three letters)
and on the back of the card-
The lower Pool, Where Solomon was Anointed King , and the Market of Gihon.
The so called pools of Solomon are three in number and are situated in a small valley which descends abruptly towards the east. The lower pool is the finest of the three. It is 194 yards long, 49 yards wide at one end and about 69 yards wide at the other, and averages about 45 feet in depth. It is partly hewn out of the rock and partially lined with masonry. Stairs are supported by numerous buttresses. The pools are, therefore, great reservoirs. From the lower end of the lower pool, as may be noticed in our stereographing, issues an aqueduct which was once connected with another coming directly from the fountain, and which wound along the hillside by Bethlehem to the city of Jerusalem. These pools , especially the lower, are well calculated to give us a high idea of the engineering skill of the ancient people of Jerusalem, whether or no(t) the pools actually date back to the time of Solomon. Our view also presents a not uncommon sight in the Holy land of a market or more properly what we would call a fair. The excellent water supply of the surrounding country makes this one the available spots for such a congregation.