New York: Imperial Publishing Company. A complete section (1 of 2) of the Genito-Urinary and Rectal Regions Stereoscopic Studies set. This section (which is complete) consists of twenty-four 9 x 7 inch cards plus a Title/index card. Each oversized card has a traditional silver gelatin stereoview (stereogram) mounted at the bottom. The top portion of the card has a printed explanation of the stereoview, and a pasted label noting Section and Card numbers. The card set is overall in fine condition, noting that several of the cards are on a darker card stock (either sunned, or perhaps from another set). The whole enclosed in a box with ribbon for easy removal (minor wear and label fading to the box). Near Fine. Photos Mounted on thick Stock. 
These stereoscopic study sets were issued by a variety of publishers (mostly Imperial and Edinburgh) towards the end of the 19th/early 20th century. They served as didactic (educational) tools for anatomy students at a time when actual cadavers were becoming more difficult to source in some parts of the country. Not only did they provide a three dimensional view, but they were in some ways easier to use without the smell associated with preserved cadavers.
Each stereoview is keyed with small numbers marked in the negative. Each number is identified in the printed text for easy identification.