|Stereographs project |
Washington, DC, US
Gettysburg, PA, US
Hanover, PA, US
[6-0] *[Also in partnership with brother, Peter S. Weaver, in Hanover for a year or two in the 60s] "Published by.."; issued varied and
excellent but quite rare groups of views: "In
Beautiful Arlington Cemetery"; "Statuary in
Washington"; "Rambles after Washington"; "Views
of Public Buildings, Washington, D.C.", #131 on
RMs; "First Series" on tan CMs, B/L to #51;
"Second Series" to #81; "Scenes in and Around
Washington" to #35 on SCMs and CMs; "Cruise of
the Azalia H. Peart, August 75", B/L, 7 views of
club outing in the Ft. Monroe, VA area; 9 late
CM views of Coney Island, NYC; DC scy. to #1248
on heavy flat tan CMs; Niagara and Toronto; few
also found (Treadwell Coll.) of family and
friends, apparently not for commercial sale. Some views have professional labels, some
amateurish labels partly written, partly
rubber-stamped. When he left Hanover is
unknown, but most of his Washington views seem
to date from the 80s onward. One of organizers
of the American Stereoscopic Exchange Club,
67-70. Prob. related to S. Weaver who operated
gallery in Gettysburg in 50s and sold it to
Mumper. Mrs. Weaver was also photog.
Collections: T.K. Treadwell, Paula Fleming;
expert, John Richter.
T.K. Treadwell & William C. Darrah (Compiled by), Wolfgang, Sell (Updated by), 11/28/2003, Photographers of the United States of America, (National Stereoscopic Association)
|Credit: National Stereoscopic Association with corrections and additions by Alan Griffiths and others.|
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