|Dates: ||1824 - 1912|
The stereoviews of Alexander Crowe record mainly the region of Stirling, where he opened a studio at 33 Murray Place in 1859. He exhibited portraits, landscapes and cartes-de-visite at the sixth Photographic Society of Scotland show in December 1861. William Rodgers, the son of a Montrose photographer, became his assistant in 1871. Soon he was a partner in the business, which was renamed Crowe & Rodgers. Crowe retired in 1876 and died in 1912. Rodgers died in 1926 and was followed by his son William, who continued to run the business into the 1950s.
Biography taken, with permission, from: Peter Blair, 2018, Scotland in 3D, (P3DB Publishing)
|Stereographs project |
Stirling, Stirlingshire, Scotland, UK
*[Also in partnership with W. Rogers in Stirling, 60s-70s] "Photographer"; ÷200 common fine area views, such as Abbey Craig from Stirling Castle, The Palace, Stirling Castle, etc., on SCMs.
T.K. Treadwell & William C. Darrah (Compiled by), Wolfgang, Sell (Updated by), 11/28/2003, Photographers of the World (Non-USA), (National Stereoscopic Association)
|Credit: National Stereoscopic Association with corrections and additions by Alan Griffiths and others.|
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