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Series 1: Interviews and Oral Histories created by CCP, undated, 1975-present


Scope and Contents

Alongside its opening, the Center for Creative Photography established an oral history collection, which includes taped interviews, lectures, and video with noted figures in photography. This audiovisual collection provides a unique way to study the history and views about the evolution of modern photography. Series one includes recordings created or hosted by the Center for Creative Photography and/or University of Arizona staff. Not all recordings have been filmed onsite at the Center; some recordings have been filmed on the University of Arizona campus as well as locations off-campus and out-of-state.

Please contact an archivist regarding access and use of these recordings, as some recordings have copyright permission requirements. Not all recordings have been digitized and may require reformatting before access is possible. Please allow 2-4 weeks depending on media format.


  • undated, 1975-present


Conditions Governing Access

Transcripts may be fully or partially restricted. Consult the Archivist for additional information on the use of these interviews.

To access materials from this collection, please contact


From the Collection: 1197 Tapes

From the Collection: 400 Linear Feet (1197 containers)

Language of Materials

From the Collection: English

Repository Details

Part of the Center for Creative Photography Archives Repository

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Tucson Arizona 85721 United States