An American surgeon left for France in October 1915, returning six months later with stories, knowledge, a sense of horror - and about 500 Great War stereoviews, taken by him with a camera he bought while there and quickly learned to use quite well.
A digital reproduction of a stereoview of a filmmaker filming the possible corpse of a soldier, probably at the Somme.
I recently acquired 9 new Great War glass stereoviews from a very generous eBay seller - and present them with captions here.
French soldiers passed the interminably long days, weeks, and months in the trenches in numerous ways. One of these ways was by playing the card game Manille.
The first in a daily series on the Great War that will continue through the end of November, to honor the memories of those who fought and those who died.
A light-hearted series of poorly shot stereoviews from the goodly folk at VistaScreen.
An examination of a 3D image of the moon that predates the moon landing by almost a century - and explore its technique and the people and companies involved.
A frank discussion of the notable German stereoscopic company primarily active during the Nazi era, and how its images will be presented on this blog.
In which we examine the first 11 slides in the Puthon Collection, meet some of our cast of characters, and see the beauty of the regions around Chamonix and Salvan through the lens of an inexperienced stereo photographer.
An overview of the Puthon Collection, which inspired the creation of this blog.