Puzzling


Unidentified Photographer, [Gold Miners], ca. 1850 (2008.116.1)

This daguerreotype of gold miners, mining for gold 170 years ago, transformed, like an alchemical miracle, into a playable puzzle is here.


Unidentified Photographer, [Two Unidentified Men], ca. 1860 (2.2001)

This ambrotype of a pair of unidentified men as a playable puzzle is here.


Unidentified Photographer, [Two Unidentified Women], ca. 1842 (2007.74.1)

This daguerreotype of two unidentified women as a playable puzzle is here.


Unidentified Photographer, [Unidentified Girl with Statuette], ca. 1850 (2009.22.1)

This daguerreotype of an an unidentified girl and statuette as a playable puzzle is here.


Eadweard J. Muybridge (1830-1904), LeCount Bros. & Mansur’s Stationery Establishment, ca. 1873 (947.2005)

This stereoview of Mansur’s Stationery Establishment as a devilishly difficult playable puzzle here.


Carleton Watkins (1829-1916), From the “Best general View,” Mariposa Trail, Yosemite Valley, Mariposa County, California, 1867 (2010.132.8)

This sublime stereoview as a playable puzzle is here.

If you create a puzzle with your own photo, reply with a link…

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1 Response to Puzzling

  1. icplibrary says:

    Reblogged this on Monsters & Madonnas and commented:
    Check out these great puzzles from our collections blog!

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