Clarence John Laughlin collection
Scope and Contents
The Clarence John Laughlin Collection includes eight newsletters, miscellaneous small pamphlets and catalogs from 1959-1981, and papers related to Laughlin and his work.
- Laughlin, Clarence John (Person)
Language of Materials
Material in English
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Conditions Governing Use
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Clarence John Laughlin was born in Louisiana in 1905 and first picked up a camera at age twenty-five. He worked as a Civil Service photographer with the United States Engineer’s office, a photographer at Vogue magazine, and an assistant photographer at the National Archives in Washington D.C. He is best known for being one of the first surrealists in the United States, creating imagery that linked his love of literature with that of photography. Laughlin died in 1985.
Metadata Rights Declarations
- License: This record is made available under an Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International Creative Commons license.
Miscellaneous materials documenting the career and life of Clarence John Laughlin (1905-1985), photographer and author.
The Collection is arranged into 3 boxes.
The collection is composed of materials donated by Laughlin to the Center over many years.
Finding aid updated by Meghan Jordan in June 2016.
- Clarence John Laughlin Collection, n.d.
- Finding aid created by CCP Archives Staff
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