- Existence: 1932
Found in 38 Collections and/or Records:
Collection contains papers, photographic materials, audiovisual materials, ephemera and miscellaneous materials documenting the life and career of American photographer and educator, Thomas F. Barrow (1938- ). Included are correspondence, biographical materials, exhibition announcements, clippings, publications, appointment calendars, memorabilia, teaching materials, writings, fine art, photographic prints, negatives, transparencies, and photographic equipment.
Biographical information, correspondence, memorabilia, audio-visual materials, equipment, and photographic materials, 1897 - circa 1980, of Ernest Bloch (1880 - 1959), composer, teacher, and photographer. The bulk of the collection consists of more than 6,000 negatives and transparencies documenting Bloch's landscapes, cityscapes, and portraits from 1897 until 1951 as well as 2,000 prints.
Research files and interviews by Carolyn Caddes, 1981-1982. Includes research notes, correspondence, photographic materials, and biographical materials about the Weston family. Also included are a script of lecture and a draft of an essay on Flora Chandler Weston.
Miscellaneous materials pertaining to the life and career of Imogen Cunningham (1883-1976), photographer. Each group of materials was collected from a separate source and is described individually as a series.
This collection contains miscellaneous materials documenting the life and career of Faurest Davis (1906-1991), photographer. Each group of materials will be described separately. The collection is active.
Correspondence, 1932-1956, primarily to Christel Gang from Edward Weston (1886-1958), photographer. Also includes correspondence from Edward Weston to Seymour Stern; four letters from Brett Weston to Gang; and clippings and brochures relating to Edward, Brett, and Cole Weston, ca. 1950-1967. Gang was a friend of Edward Weston and briefly provided secretarial services to him.
Printed materials and photographic materials, circa 1930-1980, of William Holgers (1904-1981), California photographer. Most of the clippings, negatives, and photographs relate to Edward and Charis Weston. Of special note are photographs documenting the 1940 U.S. Camera Photographic Forum in Yosemite, a workshop taught by Edward Weston and Ansel Adams. Holgers' short memoir describing the workshop is also included.
Correspondence, photocopies of photographs with text, and photocopies of contact sheets documenting the 1967 workshop “Images and Words” taught by Ansel Adams, and Beaumont and Nancy Newhall at the University of California, Santa Cruz. These materials were assembled in 1990 by Elizabeth Wilcox, a participant in the workshop.
Papers and photographic materials, 1894-1990, of Alma Lavenson (1897-1989), photographer. Includes negatives, prints, biographical materials, correspondence, scrapbooks, travel journals, and photographic equipment. (12 linear feet)
Materials related to the life and career of Alma Lavenson (1989-1989), photographer.
Papers and photographic materials, 1911-1998, of Hansel Mieth (1909-1998) and Otto Hagel (1909-1973), photographers. Includes correspondence, writings, exhibition materials, tear sheets, clippings, publications, photographic materials, and audiovisual materials.
Papers, publications, and photographic materials, 1942-2001, of the photographer, Wayne Miller (1918 – 2013). Included are correspondence, book dummies, publications, negatives, and contact sheets. Most of Miller’s photographic work was based in Chicago, Illinois and Northern California. Also, included are Miller’s files related to his role in the organization of “The Family of Man” exhibition in 1955.
Papers, publications, and photographs, circa 1930 -1964, of William Mortensen (1897 - 1965), photographer, teacher, and writer, as collected by his assistant and co-author George Dunham. The bulk of the collection consists of published monographs and tearsheets, Mortensen’s manuscripts on the aesthetics and the techniques of photography, and his work prints of figure and landscape studies.
Papers and photographic materials, 1928-1974, of Sonya Noskowiak (1900-1975), photographer. Includes correspondence with Edward Weston and other photographers; reviews and announcements of photography exhibitions, including two of Group f/64, of which Noskowiak was member; clippings about Noskowiak, Edward Weston, her photography and other topics; negatives and contact prints made by Noskowiak, and reference prints made by the CCP staff.
Portraits of photographers, 1872 - 2013, from various sources. The collection includes postcards, transparencies, color, and black-and-white photographs, and snapshots of noted photographers.
Papers and research materials (1918-1999, bulk 1976-1998) for books, articles, and reviews by noted photography historian, Naomi Rosenblum (1925-2021). Includes notes, clippings, publications, correspondence, and slides that were collected as research materials for the 2009 revision of Rosenblum’s 1994 monograph A History of Women Photographers; lecture notes; and exhibition materials. Of special note are her research files assembled while writing her 1978 dissertation on Paul Strand.
Photographic materials and papers, circa 1920-2000, of Peter Stackpole (1913 - 1997), photographer. Includes photographic materials and a small amount of biographical materials, writings, exhibition materials, publications, and audiovisual materials.
Activity files, biographical information, correspondence, printed materials, and scrapbooks, of Paul Strand (1890-1976), photographer, filmmaker, and writer. Much of the collection is correspondence relating to Strand's publications, exhibitions, films, friends, and colleagues including Ansel Adams, John Marin, Beaumont and Nancy Newhall, Georgia O'Keeffe, Edward Weston, Alfred Stieglitz, and others.
Papers, photographic materials, and audio-visual materials, 1915-1986, of Willard Van Dyke (1906-1986) photographer, filmmaker, curator, and teacher. Includes correspondence, memoranda, writings, biographical information, exhibition announcements, clippings, publications, financial, insurance and medical records, negatives, study and contact prints, and other materials documenting the life and career of Van Dyke.