Stereoscopic cards were originally housed in a box which looks like two books; the box is labeled "Palestine Through the Stereoscope"
and each of the "books" is marked either "Volume I" or "Volume II" and "Underwood & Underwood"; the card is numbered at the
top and bottom with its location (87) in the box and with the photographic number (3166) ; the publisher's name and locations
(New York, London, Toronto-Canada, and Ottawa-Kansas) are listed on the left side of the card; "Works and Studios" for "Sun
Sculpture" is listed on the right end of the card with their locations (Arlington and Westwood, New Jersey); the title and
copyright date (1901) are printed at the bottom of the card
A man sits in a field with two horses, one white and one black; the Sea of Galilee is in the backgound