On Thursday, November 6, join photography historian, collector, researcher, and writer Jeremy Rowe, EdD for the release of his new book Arizona Stereographs, 1865-1930. Explore Arizona and the West through stereographic photography and experience a fascinating time in American history. Stereographs were an early form of three-dimensional photography, and were very popular for education and entertainment. Many of the images are from Dr. Rowe’s own collection and attendees have a rare opportunity to see these valuable cultural and historical records that document the past and provide insight into Arizona history.
Jeremy Rowe, Ed.D., has collected, researched, and written about 19th and early 20th century photographs for over thirty years. Author of Arizona Photographers 1850-1920: A History and Directory, and Arizona Stereographs 1865 – 1930, and numerous chapters and articles, he manages vintagephoto.com. Rowe serves on Boards of the Daguerreian Society as President, Ephemera Society of America, INFOCUS, Daniel Nagrin Theatre Film & Dance Foundation, and National Stereoscopic Association, and has curated many museum exhibitions. Rowe was Executive Director of the School of Computing and Informatics, is Emeritus Faculty at Arizona State University, and consults, researches and writes about historic photography.