ACCOMPLISHMENTS: BOOKS, PROJECTS AND MORE
2002 Center For Civil War Photography website launched.
2003 Publication of 99 Historic Photographs of Culp’s Hill.
2004 Publication of 99 Historic Photographs of Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania.
2005 Publication of 99 Historic Photographs of Richmond Civil War Sites.
2006 Publication of 99 Historic Photographs of Civil War Washington.
2007 Publication of 99 Historic Images of Harpers Ferry.
2007 CCWP completes scanning of over one thousand Gettysburg National Park Service negatives from the 1930s to 1970s.
2008 Publication of 99 Historic Images of Civil War Petersburg.
2008 Production For Gettysburg National Military Park (GNMP) of “Gettysburg in 3-D” show for NPS Visitor Center.
2008 Co-curating and production for Pamplin Historical Park, Petersburg, Va., of “Beyond Brady: Photography in the Civil War Era” exhibition with 3-D display and show, for Pamplin Historical Park, Petersburg, Va..
2008 Production for GNMP Visitor Center of 2-D Slide Show display.
2008 CCWP posted more than 1,000 digitized GNMP negatives online at the CCWP’s Flickr Page.
2009 CCWP Facebook page is launched.
2009 Publication of 99 Historic Images of Civil War Charleston.
2009 Production for The South Carolina Confederate Relic Room & Military Museum, Columbia, S.C., of “World War I in 3-D” show.
2009 CCWP partnered with The Civil War Trust to produce a Lesson Plan and Online 3-D Photography Exhibit.
2010 Publication of 99 Historic Images of Civil War Gettysburg.
2010 Production for The National Civil War Life Museum, Fredericksburg, Va., of “Civil War Life in 3-D” show.
2010 Production for Atlanta History Center of “War in Our Backyards: Discovering Atlanta, 1861-1865” 3-D show.
2010 Production partnership with The Civil War Trust, Washington, D.C. of a special Capitol Hill exhibit of “The Gathering Storm: Images of America on the Eve of the Civil War.”
2011 Publication of 99 Historic Images of the Civil War in the West.
2011 Publication of Manassas Battlefields Then & Now: Historic Photography at Bull Run.
2011 Production partnership with The Civil War Trust & History channel of a Capitol Hill exhibit of “1861: The Civil War’s First Year in 3-D.”
2011 Production for the Maryland Historical Society of “The Romantic War in 3-D” show as part of Divided Voices: Maryland in the Civil War Part 1 exhibition.
2011 Second production for Pamplin Historical Park: “The Petersburg Campaign in 3-D” show.
2011 Production for The Canton Museum of Art, Canton, Ohio, of “3-D Civil War Photography” (our CCWP rental 3-D show).
2011 CCWP begins contributing regular “In Focus” feature for new magazine, The Civil War Monitor.
2012 Publication of Antietam in 3-D.
2012 CCWP Produces View-Master Reels of 1861 and 1862 3-D photos.
2012 Production for the Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C., of a 3-D show and exhibit and loan of vintage Civil War photos for Experience Civil War Photography, a special exhibition at The Castle on the National Mall. More than one million visitors passed through the exhibit in its one-year run.
2012 Second production for Maryland Historical Society of “The Real War” 3-D show for Divided Voices: Maryland in the Civil War Part 2.
2012 Production of “Antietam in 3-D” show for Pry House Museum, Sharpsburg, Md., and The National Museum of Civil War Medicine, Frederick, Md.
2012 Second production for The South Carolina Confederate Relic Room & Military Museum, Columbia, S.C., of “Civil War in 3-D” show.
2012 Production for University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich., of rental 3-D show.
2013 Production of “Gettysburg Aftermath in 4-D,” large 3-D anaglyph panel images showing the dead at Rose Farm, a 90-minute battlefield tour presented by CCWP Vice President Garry Adelman and advisory board member Tim Smith, with images displayed precisely where they were taken.
2013 Publication of Gettysburg in 3-D.
2013 CCWP Produces View-Master Reel of 1863 Civil War photos.
2013 CCWP underwrote the costs at the Library of Congress in scanning 46 vintage, original Brady Album Gallery Card photographs of the Civil War from 1861 and 1862.
2013 Production for Montana State University of rental 3-D Show.
2013 Production for Western Kentucky University School of Journalism and Broadcasting of CCWP rental 3-D show.
2013 Production for Bluefield Area Arts Center, Bluefield, W.Va., of CCWP rental 3-D Show.
2013 Production for Mineral Area Arts Center, Park Hill, Mo., of CCWP rental 3-D show.
2013 CCWP Donated 1,174 CCWP 99 Historic Photos books to various Middle and High School classrooms.
2014 Production of custom 3-D show for NPS Fredericksburg, Va., Visitor Center.
2014 CCWP underwrote the costs at the Library of Congress in scanning 23 images from the Larkin Mead album, mostly from Camp Griffin in McLean, Va., and 17 Levy & Cohen cartes de visite of Richmond.
2014 CCWP partnered with the Atlanta Journal-Constitution to produce a downloadable 3-D show for their readers; 50,000 pairs of 3-D glasses were distributed.
2014 Production for The Gettysburg Heritage Center of an “Aftermath” 3-D show, a “Gettysburg 3-D” show and five large 3-D anaglyph panels.
2015 Production for George Washington’s Mount Vernon, Mount Vernon, Va., of 21 large 3-D anaglyph panels and website versions. The panels were placed exactly where the original 3-D photos were taken around Mount Vernon as part of a special exhibit.
2015 CCWP board members Bob Zeller and Ron Perisho loan vintage, original Alexander Gardner Civil War photographic prints to Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery’s exhibition on Gardner, Dark Fields of the Republic.
2015 CCWP President Bob Zeller arranges for Library of Congress acquisition of 547 rare, vintage Civil War stereo views from collection of advisory board member Robin Stanford. See the collection online here.
2016 Expanded Facebook page attracts, on average, over 3,400 visitors per day.
2016 The upgraded and updated “CCWP Guide to Finding Civil War Photographs” is published on the CCWP website.
2017 Redesigned and updated CCWP website launched.
2017 CCWP members take the lead in photo preservation project at the National Civil War Museum in Harrisburg, Pa. Nancy Miville along with Ron Perisho purchased archival materials to better preserve the Museum’s photo collection. Keith Brady volunteered to scan and archive images, and update the catalog information on each, with the goal to not only to preserve them but make them available online.