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Bullock, Wynn (1902.04.18-1975.11.16)



  • Existence: 1902.04.18-1975.11.16 - 1975

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Wynn Bullock archive

Identifier: AG 10
Abstract Personal papers, correspondence, activity files, audio visual materials, and photographic materials, 1920 1980, relating to the career of Wynn Bullock (1902 1975), photographer, teacher, and inventor. The papers offer significant information on the exhibition, publication, and sale of Bullock's photographs; his experiments with solarization; his involvement with the Friends of Photography; and his teaching activities. Less well documented are his tenure as a commercial photographer, his...
Dates: 1921-1980

Wynn Bullock miscellaneous acquisitions collection

Identifier: AG 80

Miscellaneous materials documenting the life and career of Wynn Bullock (1902-1975), photographer, teacher, and inventor. Includes writings, photographic and audiovisual materials, and publications. Note that other materials related to Wynn Bullock may be organized in other archive groups under the name of the donor; for example, see the Bender/Nordby Collection for a film interview with Bullock.

Dates: 1943 - 2010

Friends of Photography collection

Identifier: AG 186
Scope and Contents The Friends of Photography records measure approximately 125 linear feet and date from 1964 to 2005, although the bulk of the material falls between 1985 and 2001 when the organization was based in San Francisco, California. Files from earlier years when the organization was located in Carmel, California were most likely lost during the group’s gradual move to San Francisco in the years following Ansel Adams death in 1984. Received in 2002 as a gift collection, records document the founding...
Dates: 1964-2005

Light Gallery archive

Identifier: AG 194
Abstract The LIGHT Gallery collection documents the lifespan of LIGHT Gallery, from its inception in 1971 to its closure in 1987. The collection contains distinct ephemera including correspondence, financial records, and artist files. LIGHT gallery was the first art gallery that devoted itself to the retailing, exhibiting, and promotion of contemporary photography. The gallery sold prints from renowned photographers including Ansel Adams and Paul Strand, and it represented artists including Aaron...
Dates: 1935-2012