Brooklyn Stereoscopic Community
A new sort of global 3D family, focused on an atmosphere of mutual respect, sharing our (and your) skills with the world, providing a discussion forum for those who don’t have a local club.
Website: Brooklyn Stereoscopic Community
Great War in 3D
The largest online collection of indexed stereoviews of the First World War from the collection of Bob Boyd and Doug Jordan. Their extensive research into the history of these stereoviews is valuable to any collector and historically significant.
Ian Ference from New York is a passionate stereoview collector and writer about stereoscopy. He has a large collection of stereoviews from the First World War and manages and continues the legacy of the Boyd/Jordan collection.
Website: Brooklyn Stereography
Vintage 3D Viewers
Website of Keita Wangari with a wonderful collection of vintage stereoscopes from around 1935 to 1965.
Website: Vintage 3D Viewers
Stereoscopes - the first one hundred years
This book by Paul Wing from 1996 is the ultimate reference to stereoscopes. It's a must have for anyone who collects stereoscopes or wants to know more about their history. The book is out of print for a long time now and therefore rare and maybe a challenge to find.
Stereo views - an illustrated history and price guide
This is a good reference for anyone who wants to start collecting stereoviews. John Waldsmith's book tells the history of stereoscopy and provides tips on evaluating and preserving stereoviews.
The World of Stereographs
This book by William C. Darrah from 1977 is a classic. Most attention is paid to the history of stereoscopy in the United States but it also covers stereo photography in the rest of the world. Many illustrations in black & white and color.
The Glass Stereoviews of Ferrier & Soulier 1852-1908
Book by Janice Schimmelman and John Cameron about the French photographers Claude-Marie Ferrier and Charles Soulier who produced high quality glass stereoviews in the second half of the 19th century. Much of their collection is categorized and shown in the book. The book is published on Blurb.
Blurb: The Glass Stereoviews of Ferrier & Soulier 1852-1908
La Photographie Stéréscopique sous le second Empire
French book about the early days of stereoscopy in France from 1850 to 1870. It's written by Denis Pellerin, an expert in stereo photography.
Verdun 1916 - la guerre en relief
As far as I know this French book is the only book about the French stereoviews from the First World War. It's written by different authors and contains historic background information and stereoviews of the infamous battle of Verdun.
L'Atrium et autres délires photographiques de Jules Richard & ses amis
A book by Alexandre Dupouy about the erotic stereo photos of Jules Richard
that were made in the early 1900s in a classic Atrium. Text in French and English.
Stereo Nudes 1850 - 1930
An overview of erotic stereo photography from the early daguerreotypes to the glass slides from La Belle Époque. This book by Serge Nazarieff is richly illustrated with color photos and the text is written in German, English and French.