Albert J. Fisher
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Albert J. Fisher
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Albert J. Fisher (1842 - 1882) was a photographer He is known for his stereoscopic views. His work is part of the New York Public Library's collection. The Getty Museum also holds his work. The George Eastman Museum also has several of his stereoscopic views.
He produced a stereoscopic view of the Gilsey House in New York City.
- "Stereoview Search: Photographer: Fisher, A.J. (Albert J.) (1842-1882)". Stereoscopic Views.
- "Albert J. Fisher | PIC - Photographers' Identities Catalog". pic.nypl.org.
- "Albert J. Fisher (American, 1842 - 1882) (Getty Museum)". The J. Paul Getty in Los Angeles.
- "[From Summit of Clouds Rest, Yosemite Valley] (Getty Museum)". The J. Paul Getty in Los Angeles.
- "Results | Search Objects | George Eastman Museum". collections.eastman.org.
- "The little flirt: containing handkerchief, glove, fan and parasol flirtations : with the floral language of love". December 22, 1871 – via Open WorldCat.
- "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.
- "[Gilsey House, New York] (Getty Museum)". The J. Paul Getty in Los Angeles.
- Albert J. Fisher (Getty Museum) - Getty Center
- Albert J. Fisher | PIC - Photographers' Identities Catalog
- Portrait of a Child - Digital Collections - Free Library
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