American Eye Study Club Photo Album


Welcome to the AESC picture place.  From time to time, we'll be adding albums and individual pictures to this page for members to view and download.  One feature we'll be using is Google's photo album.  

If you have pictures to share, please send them to Rich Paul at the AESC office
     By email
:  r[email protected]   (make sure the pictures are sent as an attachment to the email)
     By regular mail
:  AESC, 10 W. Phillip Rd., Suite 120, Vernon Hills, IL  60061

Pictures are preferred in electronic format (i.e., JPG).  However, we can scan printed pictures; the originals will be returned to you.

We hope you enjoy this page!

Photos from members

Here are some interesting photos sent in by members that we thought you might like. (coming soon)

60th Annual Meeting

President -- David Granet MD

Held from July 30 through August 3, 2017, at the Ritz-Carlton Laguna Niguel in Dana Point, California.

CLICK HERE to view the photos submitted by members.

AESC 52nd Annual Meeting

President -- John A. Irvine, MD

Held from July 21 through July 25, 2009, at The Broadmoor in Colorado Springs, CO.  Members note -- this is the second visit by the Club to The Broadmoor... the first time was in 1959!

Here is the link to the Picasa photo album:
<link to be reposted>
Historical Photos

Here are some pictures from AESC meetings during its rich 50+ year history.  Members:  If you have pictures from meetings gone by, please share them!
Al Ruedemann 

Dr. Albert D. Ruedemann, Jr., one of the creators and founding members of the American Eye Study Club. He was the driving force behind the AESC for many years and served as its Secretary-Treasurer for nine years and as its President in 1967 during his last year as an Active member. He was a brilliant and innovative clinician, surgeon, and thinker who practiced in Detroit, Michigan, where his father, also an ophthalmologist, was a Professor at Wayne State University and the first Director of the Kresge Eye Institute.  The annual Ruedemann Lecture is named in his memory.

Click here to view some pictures of Al Ruedemann 


Al Rudermann