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  • President Harding Completes Alaska Railroad During "Voyage of Understanding"
    Keystone View Company
    Presidential Visits
    Alaska
    travel
    This animated stereograph shows President Warren G. Harding completing the Alaska Railroad by driving in the last spike during his "Voyage of Understanding." The Voyage of Understanding was the name given to Harding's tour of the western United States and Alaska. Harding was the first sitting president to visit Alaska. The animation is derived from a stereographic photography card, produced by the Keystone View Company in 1923. The card contains two versions of the same scene from slightly different angles. When viewed through a stereoscope, the images come together to create the illusion of depth. This animation was created by the White House Historical Association in 2020 to recreate the stereographic effect. For the original card, see 1111979.
  • President and Mrs. Harding in Metlakatla for "Voyage of Understanding"
    Keystone View Company
    Presidential Visits
    Alaska
    travel
    This animated stereograph shows President Warren G. Harding and First Lady Florence Harding examining caught salmon in Metlakatla, Alaska, during his "Voyage of Understanding." The Voyage of Understanding was the name given to Harding's tour of the western United States and Alaska. Harding was the first sitting president to visit Alaska. The animation is derived from a stereographic photography card, produced by the Keystone View Company in 1923. The card contains two versions of the same scene from slightly different angles. When viewed through a stereoscope, the images come together to create the illusion of depth. This animation was created by the White House Historical Association in 2020 to recreate the stereographic effect. For the original card, see 1111960.
  • President and Mrs. Harding Tour Alaska During "Voyage of Understanding"
    Keystone View Company
    Presidential Visits
    Alaska
    travel
    This animaetd stereograph shows President Warren G. Harding and First Lady Florence Harding with Territorial Governor Scott C. Bone of Alaska, who is wearing a parka, during Harding's "Voyage of Understanding." The Voyage of Understanding was the name given to Harding's tour of the western United States and Alaska. Harding was the first sitting president to visit Alaska. The animation is derived from a stereographic photography card, produced by the Keystone View Company in 1923. The card contains two versions of the same scene from slightly different angles. When viewed through a stereoscope, the images come together to create the illusion of depth. This animation was created by the White House Historical Association in 2020 to recreate the stereographic effect. For the original card, see 1111971.
  • President Harding's Funeral Party Departs from Cemetery
    Keystone View Company
    Ohio
    funeral
    This stereograph shows Warren G. Harding's funeral party leaving the cemetery in Marion, Ohio on August 10, 1923. While in San Francisco toward the end of his "Voyage of Understanding," Harding suddenly died on August 2, 1923, most likely from a heart attack. Harding's body was transported to Washington, D.C. to lie in state prior to the funeral in the president's hometown. The animation is derived from a stereographic photography card, produced by the Keystone View Company in 1923. The card contains two versions of the same scene from slightly different angles. When viewed through a stereoscope, the images come together to create the illusion of depth. This animation was created by the White House Historical Association in 2020 to recreate the stereographic effect. For the original card, see 1112022.
  • President Harding's Funeral Procession Departs from the White House
    Keystone View Company
    funeral
    North Portico
    military
    This animated stereograph shows President Warren G. Harding's casket leaving the White House on August 8, 1923. While in San Francisco toward the end of his "Voyage of Understanding," Harding suddenly died on August 2, 1923, most likely from a heart attack. His body was transported by train to Washington, D.C., to lie in state in the East Room of the White House and the Rotunda of the Capitol Building. The animation is derived from a stereographic photography card, produced by the Keystone View Company in 1923. The card contains two versions of the same scene from slightly different angles. When viewed through a stereoscope, the images come together to create the illusion of depth. This animation was created by the White House Historical Association in 2020 to recreate the stereographic effect. For the original card, see 1112012.
  • President Harding Lying in State in the East Room
    Keystone View Company
    East Room
    State Floor
    military
    funeral
    This animated stereograph shows President Harding's casket lying in state in the East Room on August 8, 1923, while an honor guard looks on. While in San Francisco toward the end of his "Voyage of Understanding," Harding suddenly died on August 2, 1923, most likely from a heart attack. The animation is derived from a stereographic photography card, produced by the Keystone View Company in 1923. The card contains two versions of the same scene from slightly different angles. When viewed through a stereoscope, the images come together to create the illusion of depth. This animation was created by the White House Historical Association in 2020 to recreate the stereographic effect. For the original card, see 1112008.
  • President Harding's Funeral Train Passes Through Chicago
    Keystone View Company
    funeral
    Chicago
    Illinois
    transportation
    This animated stereograph shows the Pullman car carrying the body of President Warren G. Harding stopped in Chicago, Illinois. While in San Francisco toward the end of his "Voyage of Understanding," Harding suddenly died on August 2, 1923, most likely from a heart attack. The private car used by the president during his travels carried his body back to Washington, D.C. for the state funeral. The animation is derived from a stereographic photography card, produced by the Keystone View Company in 1923. The card contains two versions of the same scene from slightly different angles. When viewed through a stereoscope, the images come together to create the illusion of depth. This animation was created by the White House Historical Association in 2020 to recreate the stereographic effect. For the original card, see 1112004.
  • President and Mrs. Harding Visit Vancouver, British Columbia During "Voyage of Understanding"
    Keystone View Company
    military
    Presidential Visits
    Canada
    travel
    This animated stereograph shows President Warren G. Harding and First Lady Florence Harding in Vancouver, British Columbia, with a military escort during Harding's "Voyage of Understanding." The Voyage of Understanding was the name given to Harding's tour of the western United States and Alaska. Harding was the first sitting president to visit Alaska and was also the first sitting president to visit Canada. The animation is derived from a stereographic photography card, produced by the Keystone View Company in 1923. The card contains two versions of the same scene from slightly different angles. When viewed through a stereoscope, the images come together to create the illusion of depth. This animation was created by the White House Historical Association in 2020 to recreate the stereographic effect. For the original card, see 1112000.
  • President Harding Meets with Representatives from the Umatilla Nation During "Voyage of Understanding"
    Keystone View Company
    delegation
    Presidential Visits
    Oregon
    travel
    This animated stereograph shows President Warren G. Harding meeting with members of the Umatilla nation during his "Voyage of Understanding." The Voyage of Understanding was the name given to Harding's tour of the western United States and Alaska. Harding was the first sitting president to visit Alaska. The animation is derived from a stereographic photography card, produced by the Keystone View Company in 1923. The card contains two versions of the same scene from slightly different angles. When viewed through a stereoscope, the images come together to create the illusion of depth. This animation was created by the White House Historical Association in 2020 to recreate the stereographic effect. For the original card, see 1111953.
  • President and Mrs. Harding Tour Yellowstone National Park During "Voyage of Understanding"
    Keystone View Company
    Wyoming
    Presidential Visits
    National Parks
    travel
    This animated stereograph shows President Warren G. Harding and First Lady Florence Harding walking through Yellowstone National Park with Park Superintendent Horace M. Albright during Harding's "Voyage of Understanding." The Voyage of Understanding was the name given to Harding's tour of the western United States and Alaska. Harding was the first sitting president to visit Alaska. The animation is derived from a stereographic photography card, produced by the Keystone View Company in 1923. The card contains two versions of the same scene from slightly different angles. When viewed through a stereoscope, the images come together to create the illusion of depth. This animation was created by the White House Historical Association in 2020 to recreate the stereographic effect. For the original card, see 1111946.
  • President Harding Meets with Farmers on "Voyage of Understanding"
    Keystone View Company
    Presidential Visits
    Idaho
    travel
    This animated stereograph shows President Warren G. Harding learning about irrigation techniques on a farm in Idaho during his "Voyage of Understanding." The Voyage of Understanding was the name given to Harding's tour of the western United States and Alaska. Harding was the first sitting president to visit Alaska. The animation is derived from a stereographic photography card, produced by the Keystone View Company in 1923. The card contains two versions of the same scene from slightly different angles. When viewed through a stereoscope, the images come together to create the illusion of depth. This animation was created by the White House Historical Association in 2020 to recreate the stereographic effect. For the original card, see 1111941.
  • President Harding Mingles with Constituents on "Voyage of Understanding"
    Keystone View Company
    Presidential Visits
    Kansas
    travel
    This animated stereograph shows President Warren G. Harding holding a baby while speaking with constituents during his "Voyage of Understanding." The Voyage of Understanding was the name given to Harding's tour of the western United States and Alaska. Harding was the first sitting president to visit Alaska. The animation is derived from a stereographic photography card, produced by the Keystone View Company in 1923. The card contains two versions of the same scene from slightly different angles. When viewed through a stereoscope, the images come together to create the illusion of depth. This animation was created by the White House Historical Association in 2020 to recreate the stereographic effect. For the original card, see 1111934.
  • President and Mrs. Harding Depart for "Voyage of Understanding"
    Keystone View Company
    residential staff
    North Door
    North Portico
    This animated stereograph shows President Warren G. Harding and First Lady Florence Harding departing the White House to begin Harding's "Voyage of Understanding." The Voyage of Understanding was the name given to Harding's tour of the western United States and Alaska. Harding was the first sitting president to visit Alaska. The animation is derived from a stereographic photography card, produced by the Keystone View Company in 1923. The card contains two versions of the same scene from slightly different angles. When viewed through a stereoscope, the images come together to create the illusion of depth. This animation was created by the White House Historical Association in 2020 to recreate the stereographic effect. For the original card, see 1111928.
  • President Harding's Body Lying in State, East Room, Side B
    Keystone View Company
    reverse image
    This is the reverse view of image number 1112008. The text reads: "PRESIDENT HARDING’S BODY LYING IN STATE, EAST ROOM OF THE WHITE HOUSE. President Harding has returned to Washington. A little over two years ago he came to Washington with high hopes, lofty purposes and strong determination to serve his country, which he loved, to the best of his ability. In the few short months intervening between these visits he accomplished much. His labors now are ended. It is fitting for us to review some of the out-standing accomplishments of his short administration. When he was inaugurated the world had entered upon the period of reconstruction following the greatest war in all history. America was still technically at war with Germany and Austria. Although hostilities had ceased more than two years before, no treaty had been signed between it and these nations. One of the first tasks was to cause peace treaties to be signed with these countries that should be just and, at the same time, advantageous to all the parties concerned. This was done. The next great historical event in the administration of President Harding was the assembling of the Conference on Disarmament. As the years go by, this will, without doubt, stand out as the greatest historical event in the relations of nations. A few days before his death Mr. Harding said, 'The outstanding historical monumental achievement is the World’s Conference on the Limitation of Armaments. Only a few days ago the Government of the French gave the ratification which makes unanimous the approval of the nations concerned and confirms the dawn of a new era in international co-operation for world peace.' This conference was triumphant in two accomplishments: It relieved and limited the burdens and found a way to remove the causes of misunderstanding which lead to war. Copyright by The Keystone View Company"