ESPEJO Project and Exhibition collection
Scope and Contents
Papers relating to the ESPEJO project and exhibition, 1977-1979. Included are project records, correspondence, clippings, writings, and publications. The collection is inactive
- Camhi, Morrie, 1928-1999 (Person)
Language of Materials
Material in English
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Conditions Governing Use
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The ESPEJO project consisted of six photographers led by the included Morrie Camhi. For two years the photographers conducted a survey of the Mexican-American people and culture. It culminated in a 175-photograph exhibition simultaneously at the Center for Contemporary Photography in Chicago and the Oakland Museum.
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- License: This record is made available under an Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International Creative Commons license.
Papers relating to the ESPEJO project and exhibition, 1977-1979. Included are project records, correspondence, clippings, writings, and publications. The collection is inactive.
Other Finding Aids
Please visit the CCP website for a more descriptive version of the finding aid, which includes a detailed inventory list.
The collection was a gift of Morrie Camhi, photographer and project director, 1986.
Finding aid updated by Meghan Jordan in May 2016.
- AG 81 ESPEJO Project and Exhibition Collection, 1977-1979
- Finding aid created by CCP Archives Staff. Finding Aid updated by Elias Larralde in 2022
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