Museum members, please join us on Sunday, April 9th for a unique opportunity to learn about the history of stereo imagery and take a look at life in the 1950s using a stereo viewer. We will be guided by Eric Drysdale, a successful NYC comedy writer and avid maker and collector of 3-D images. Click here for more details about Eric and stereopanorama technology. Because all participants will have their own viewer, there are only 12 places available. The program at 2:00 p.m. is full, but we still have two spots available at 5:30 p.m. Please call or email the Museum to reserve your place in this free, members-only program!