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Lincoln in 3-D

Amazing and Rare Stereoscopic Photographs of His Life and Times

By Bob Zeller,and John J. Richter,Prologue by Harold Holzer

11 x 9 in; 224 pp;
186 3-D photographs, 3-D glasses included
Hardcover
September 2010
ISBN 9780811872317
ISBN10 0811872319

SKU# 9780811872317

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Publishing just ahead of the 150th anniversary of the Civil War, Lincoln in 3-D offers a breathtaking tour of Abraham Lincoln's life and presidency. In this beautiful book, over 180 stereo photographs come alive and readers wearing the enclosed 3...
Lincoln in 3-D


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Lincoln in 3-D

Publishing just ahead of the 150th anniversary of the Civil War, Lincoln in 3-D offers a breathtaking tour of Abraham Lincoln's life and presidency. In this beautiful book, over 180 stereo photographs come alive and readers wearing the enclosed 3-D glasses will feel as if they can step into the Lincoln presidency. Civil War photography experts Bob Zeller and John J. Richter have exploited the full potential of the Library of Congress's remarkable 3-D negative collection, while also tapping into exclusive private collections for rare images, some never previously published. With a prologue by renowned Lincoln scholar Harold Holzer, Lincoln in 3-D provides a unique window into a time long past.

 

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11 x 9 in; 224 pp;
186 3-D photographs, 3-D glasses included
Hardcover
September 2010
ISBN 9780811872317
ISBN10 0811872319
Bob Zeller is a writer, journalist, and authority on Civil War photography who has published 10 books, including The Civil War in Depth. He is co-founder and president of the nonprofit Center for Civil War Photography.

John J. Richter, a leading private collector of Civil War and Lincoln-related stereo photographs, is director of imaging and a member of the board of directors of the Center for Civil War Photography.

Harold Holzer is co-chairman of the United States Abraham Lincoln Bicentennial Commission and senior vice president for external affairs at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Media Reviews

\"This book invites lingering and could conceivably make a Civil War buff (or a photography buff) out of a youngster; and it will no doubt delight full-grown aficionados.\" - Book News

Book News Inc.2011-01-18 00:00:00