Snapshots of Early 20th Century Arizona
From the Collection of Jeremy Rowe
Desert Caballeros Museum
Curated by: Anna Sawaryn (212 - 358 - 9615)
Opening: Thursday October 8, 2009, 6:00 - 9:00 p.m.
Photographic Postcards:Snapshots of Early Twentieth Century Arizona
An Exhibition from the Collection of Jeremy Rowe
Sharlot Hall Museum, 415 W Gurley, Prescott, Arizona 86301 , 928-445-3122
July 20, 2001 through April 20, 2002
Background Information Images of the Exhibition Image Gallery
Picturing the Past: Technology as a Tool to Capture and View Images
Computing Commons Gallery, Arizona State University. Curated exhibition of original photographs, cameras, and ephemera with digital enlargements, slide video and computergraphic projection. Included images from daguerreotypes and cased images, to cartes de visites, mounted photographs and real photographic postcards from my collection.
Territorial Arizona in 3D: A Survey in Stereo Photographs
Approximately 120 vintage Arizona stereographs ca 1870 - 1920 with cameras, viewers and ephemera from the collections of Jeremy Rowe, Arizona State Museum, and Sharlot Hall Museum. Images were presented and viewers provided to permit stereo viewing of the images. 12 enlarged images from stereographs were also presented. Photographers included E. Baer, E. Beaman, R. Bonine, C, Farciot, D. P. Flanders. C.S. Fly, J. Hillers, D. F. Mitchell, T. O'sullivan, G. Rothrock, and C. Watkins, Publishers included Continent, Keystone, Underwood, and White. Venues - Mesa Southwest Museum and Sharlot Hall Museum.