Stereo cards allowed their viewers to travel every corner of the world. The three dimensional effect stereo views offered were just like being there! If the images are detailed and crisp, this is an added bonus. Such is the case with this stereo view.
E. W. Kelley, Publisher, offered many interesting stereo cards depicting life situations. This is one such card and is titled" Room For One More, A Rocky Mountain Group, Colorado." S ." Per the bottom of the card, it states "Copyright 1906, by E. W. Kelley." This is just about the cutest stereo card there is! Five adorable little boys are on a burrow, or donkey, against the Rocky Mountains in Colorado. Two of the little boys are barefoot! They look so serious. Being all squished together, one wonders where the room is for one more.
This glossy albumen stereo view detail is crisp and sharp, and the condition is nearly perfect, with such minor corner wear it is hardly worth mentioning. There is no writing on the back. In the early 1880s another renown publisher found that thicker mounts were easier to stack if curved, plus helped to reduce the glare when viewing a glossy mount. This is one such card.