F.G. Weller

Mission

Our goal is to present the complete narrative stereographs of F. G. Weller, active 1868-1877, in a size that may be viewed stereoscopically on a computer or cell phone.
A section on Weller's other stereoscopic genres, an essay addressing his work, and one addressing Janette Weller's life, a chronology, bibliography, tips for how to view stereoscopically, and links to other sources accompany this publication.

We gratefully acknowledge the Alliance for Networking Visual Culture’s Scalar platform for making this electronic book accessible to the public, and to the following persons and institutions for reproductions and permissions: Dick Alberini and The Littleton Area Historical Museum, The Littleton Public Library, the Longyear Museum, Boston, The Henry Ford, Dr. George L. Mutter and Mr. Bernard Fishman of Photoarchive3D; and an especial note of gratitude is extended to Dr. Kelvin Ramsey and the Kelvin Ramsey Collection of Lantern Slides and Stereoviews of the Special Collections Research Center, William and Mary Libraries. We also gratefully acknowledge the archival resources and assistance of the Mary Baker Eddy Library, Boston. 

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