The Virginia Cascade Stereograph is a 3.5" x 7" black and white stereoscopic photograph intended for use with a stereoscope or stereo card viewer. The date this item was created is not known. This card stereograph, with the caption "Virginia Cascades," depicts two men standing on rocks in a pool at the bottom of a waterfall. Although there is a waterfall in Giles County, Virginia, known as Cascade Falls, the scenic attraction depicted here more closely resembles the Virginia Cascade, a waterfall located in Yellowstone National Park. The appearance of lodgepole pines in the background also suggests the photographs were taken in the western United States.