Vol. 17 No. 7                                                                                                                       October 2006

Published by Atlanta Stereographic Association © 1990,2006


Refocus That Please - by Bill Moll

This month’s program will be Club Competition, planning for the 4th Georgia 3D Fest and a demonstration of the updated Tri Delta beam splitter.  For club competition, each member can submit up to 4 Realist-format stereo slides and four stereocards.  If you submit over/under cards, you must bring a viewer.  We will also do preliminary planning for the 4th Georgia 3D Fest to be held on Saturday, February 10.


Larry Heyda will demonstrate the 3D Advantage V1000 and other updated versions of the Tri Delta beam splitter from the 1950s.  These beam splitters have adjustable mirrors, fit digital cameras and do all sorts of amazing things (http://www.freewebs.com/larryeda/ for the high tech version). This will be first, since there are no shades in the room.


The meeting is the 3rd Friday of this month –October 13. We will meet at 7:30 PM at the Congregational Church @ 2676 Clairmont Road (about 1 1/2 blocks south of I-85) This is the Church up the winding road, through the woods.  If you have any questions, call Bill Moll @ 706-859-7726.


September meeting report:

There were about 12 attendees.  Mike Griffith entertained us with his great summer finds and amazing knowledge/memory required to identify the finds.  David Horton talked a bit about his new book, Exposing America, of photographic images (mostly cabinet cards) taken from August 1, 1864, to July 31, 1866.   There was a short Miami Convention report and a program booklet was given to those who hadn't been able to attend.  A sampling of Stereo World magazines was available for purchase from NSA's extensive collection of Stereo World back issues.  Larry competed with free copies from Bert Arps pre-move stock reduction.


Shellie Travis shared some of her father's images taken starting from the 1950s, including some amazing Mardi Gras images.  She has the world's largest collection of Revere 3D cameras!  Then Larry projected the Paul Milligan show, "A Boy and a Horse".  That show featured the world's largest collection of a boy pulling in a fish!


W. Moll

Editor, Freeview

608 Rains Circle

Summerville, Georgia 30747













Program – Club Competition,

4th Georgia 3D Fest Planning

and Tri Delta beamsplitter demonstrations















5DUES - Dues for 2006 are $20.  The special rate for couples is still $30 and the rate for non-local members remains at $10.  Please pay Marilyn Morton at a meeting, or mail her a check made out to Atlanta Stereographic Association.  Mail to Marilyn Morton, 1139 ˝ St. Louis Pl., Atlanta, Georgia 30306

MEMBERSHIP INFORMATION - Information regarding membership in the club can be obtained by calling Bill Moll at 706-859-7726 or WHMoll@AOL.com

WEBSITE – Our website is Georgia3D.com.  It contains information about the ASA and 3D in general.  If you have information to add to the site, contact Steve or Suzanne Hughes directly or through the website

                                                              2006-2007 Atlanta Stereographic Association Officers

President – Bill Moll

Vice President – Bert Arps

Treasurer/Membership - Marilyn Morton

Projectionist – Larry Moor

Hospitality – Marilyn Morton

Librarian & NSA Representative - Mike Griffith

Webmasters – Steve and Suzanne Hughes

Newsletter Editor - Bill Moll – 706-859-7726, whmoll@AOL.com