Joan Myers miscellaneous acquisitions collection
Scope and Contents
1 box of materials include letters between Myers and her husband, Gary Weston DeWalt, correspondence and journals created by Joan Myers; Polaroid photographs by Myers; and cyanotype print.
- University of Arizona. Center for Creative Photography (Organization)
Language of Materials
Material in English
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Conditions Governing Use
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Joan Myers was born in 1944 in Des Moines, Iowa. She received a BA in 1966 and an MA in 1967, both in musicology from Stanford University. Myers began experimenting with photography in the early 1970s. Today, she uses various digital methods, as well as platinum-palladium with hand-applied color.
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Metadata Rights Declarations
- License: This record is made available under an Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International Creative Commons license.
Contains materials related to the photographer, Joan Myers (1944 - ) and received from a variety of sources. The collection is active.
This collection consists of gifts from a wide variety of different sources.
Finding aid updated by Meghan Jordan and Alexis Peregoy in 2016.
- Joan Myers Miscellaneous Acquisitions collection, 1978-1989
- Finding aid created by CCP Archives Staff
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