Stereo view of a man with one foot up on a rock, holding a lantern up in a cave. From a Charles Waldack negative. Printed on recto: "Magnesium Light Views in Mammoth Cave." and "Entered according to and Act of Congress in the year 1866, by Proctor & O'Shaughnessy in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the U.S. for the So. Dist. of Ohio." Printed on verso: "Mammoth Cave Views. / No. 29. / "Bacon Chamber," / Is situated to the right of "River Hall" which is entered from "Great Relief." The curious projec- / tions from the roof resembling flitches of bacon, are caused by the action of water at a period when the / chamber was completely filled with water. It is one of the best views taken in the cave. / Published by E. &H. T. Anthony & Co., / American and Foreign Stereoscopic Emproium, 501 Broadway, New-York. / Negative by Chas. Waldack, Cincinnati, O."
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