Arizona Stereographs: 1865 to 1930
Stereographs are important, but little known, primary source documents of the history of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. This book provides an overview of the history of the medium, biographies of the pioneer photographers and publishers that produced these images. With more than 250 unique and important early Arizona stereographs.
The 1860 census counted fewer than 6500 people in Arizona, with about 60% American Indian. So early photographs of Arizona are quite rare. Dr. Rowe is one of the best known collectors and most knowledgable experts. The images collected in this book are fascinating windows into the past.
318 pages, 10" x 7", color cover, Checklist of Arizona Stereographs, index, 2014.
Published by Carl Mautz Publishing.
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