Indiana in Stereo: Three-Dimensional Views of the Heartland by George R. Hanlin and Paula J. Corpuz, editors; Published: 2003; Hardcover;9x6; 289 pp; ISBN: 9780871951656; Item # IHS032.
Nearly two hundred historical stereo views and more than thirty contemporary views by noted Indiana photographer Darryl Jones have been reproduced to make up Indiana in Stereo: Three-Dimensional Views of the Heartland. These stereographs chronicle the changing nature of life in the Hoosier State--from the days of small family farms and travel by horse to the growth of cities and the rise of the automobile. Pictured are scenes from across the state showing landscapes, prominent buildings, natural disasters, families, ect. Included is a handheld viewer so readers can view all the stereographs, both historical and modern, as they were intended to be seen in three-dimensional wonder.
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About the Author
George R. Hanlin formerly served as assistant editor at the Indiana Historical Society. He holds a bachelor's degree in journalism and a master's degree in nonprofit management from Indiana University. Paula Corpuz retired in 2010 as senior director, IHS Press.