from View-Master Reels and Packets, Volume 3, Showtime and Education by Harry Zur Kleinsmiede, p. 682
Chris Schneberger is a master of stereo photographer and a master story teller. Curiosity about stereo photography in the late 1990s took him in an interesting direction resulting in his visual short stories. These in turn brought him to the attention of the larger community of stereo photographers including the prestigious National Stereographic Association (NSA), that resulted in three unique View-Master story sets.
Below is the second set issued October 15, 2005c- a two reel with insert detailing the story. Limited edition of 300 copies.
THE STORY OF FRANCES NAYLOR
Frances's legs were amputated when she was only two years old due to a circulatory problem. But when she was thirteen, Frances began having powerful dreams that she could walk. One morning after such a dream, she woke to find she had the ability to levitate.
The story continues ...
Reels: like new
This set offered here is from the View-Master estate from the late renowned author, Harry Zur Kleinsmiede, and was an integral component in his research and development of the classic treatises:
View-Master Reels and Packets Volume 3 - Showtime and Education
listed on page 682-683
Certificate of Provenance is included with this offering.
For more biographical information on Harry zur Kleinsmiede see Article in Stereo World January/February, 1993 or p. 756 in Vol 3.