History of Religious Campgrounds in 3-D [S-16-30]

Presenter: Tom French
Location: SUNY: Maxcy 104
Classes: 1 Session 1.5 hours
Dates: Mon 3:30 PM 03/14
Status: CLOSED

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This is an interactive presentation of 19th Century 3-D photographs of several religious campgrounds along the St. Lawrence River as well as those at Chautauqua and Wesleyan Grove on Martha’s Vineyard. The presentation will include a brief history of stereography and the viewing of many 3-D images from the 1900s. A number of stereoview reproductions and viewers will be available so the participants will have an opportunity to view some images in 3-D.

Tom French is the author of the award winning book, River Views: A History of the 1000 Islands in 3-D. His collection of area Victorian era stereoviews exceeds 1500. His writings have appeared in Adirondack Life, the Watertown Daily Times, at “Thousand Island Life.com” (i.e.: www.thousandislandlife.com), and on North Country Public Radio. Tom teaches English in Massena, NY.



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