The stereo slides are in storage, and I haven't sorted them in years, so it will take some work to find some good examples and scan them. I really ought to do this as I'd be able to view them in various formats now as opposed to the old handheld viewer. I never did break down and get one of the old polarized projectors.
I also have a couple of other 3-D cameras that take lenticular prints, but these would be hard to share. They can be viewed without glasses, but have that weird effect that isn't natural unlike the excellent stereo slide format.
The new Fuji digital camera is sort of a hybrid; you can upload your pics to them and they will send you lenticular prints, or you can use the autostereoscopic digital frame they sell, or use their software to create anaglyphs, etc.