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Albert J. Fisher (1842 - 1882) was a photographer He is known for his stereoscopic views.[1] His work is part of the New York Public Library's collection.[2] The Getty Museum also holds his work.[3][4] The George Eastman Museum also has several of his stereoscopic views.[5]

Albert J. Fisher
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Born1842
Died1882(1882-00-00) (aged 39–40)
NationalityAmerican
CitizenshipUnited States of America
OccupationPhotographer
Known forKnown for his stereoscopic views

He published an illustrated book.[6] Fisher & Denison was the publisher and the name of his business.[7]

He produced a stereoscopic view of the Gilsey House in New York City.[8]

References

  1. "Stereoview Search: Photographer: Fisher, A.J. (Albert J.) (1842-1882)". Stereoscopic Views.
  2. "Albert J. Fisher | PIC - Photographers' Identities Catalog". pic.nypl.org.
  3. "Albert J. Fisher (American, 1842 - 1882) (Getty Museum)". The J. Paul Getty in Los Angeles.
  4. "[From Summit of Clouds Rest, Yosemite Valley] (Getty Museum)". The J. Paul Getty in Los Angeles.
  5. "Results | Search Objects | George Eastman Museum". collections.eastman.org.
  6. "The little flirt: containing handkerchief, glove, fan and parasol flirtations : with the floral language of love". December 22, 1871 – via Open WorldCat.
  7. "The Annual American Catalogue. ...: Containing an Alphabetical List of Books Published in the United States, and Imported, During .... With a Classified Index". Leypoldt & Holt. December 22, 1871 – via Google Books.
  8. "[Gilsey House, New York] (Getty Museum)". The J. Paul Getty in Los Angeles.

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