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Papers, books, photographic materials, audiovisual materials, artifacts, and memorabilia (1917- 2006) of Ralph Doyle Hosenpud, photographer and former student in the famous Laguna Beach photography school of William Mortensen. Of special note in this collection are selected original negatives and prints by William Mortensen.
Correspondence, photocopies of photographs with text, and photocopies of contact sheets documenting the 1967 workshop “Images and Words” taught by Ansel Adams, and Beaumont and Nancy Newhall at the University of California, Santa Cruz. These materials were assembled in 1990 by Elizabeth Wilcox, a participant in the workshop.
Collection consists of papers and photographic materials, the bulk of which fall between 1998 - 2001, documenting the Indivisible: Stories of American Community project. The project was funded by the Pew Charitable Trusts and was a partnership between the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University and the Center for Creative Photography, Tucson, AZ.
The Interviews and Oral Histories collection reflects audiovisual recordings created or acquired by the Center for Creative Photography. Recordings include interviews, lectures, gallery walk-throughs, symposia, and workshops with photographers, curators, and scholars who have visited the Center for Creative Photography since 1975.
Papers, writings, research files, teaching materials, audiovisual and photographic materials, books, periodicals, and computerized database of photographer and educator Bill Jay (1940 - 2009).
This collection contains miscellaneous materials relating to the career in the arts of William Justema (1904-1987), painter and poet. Of note are thirty-nine reproduction photographs by his friend, the photographer Margrethe Mather.
Papers of Frederick "Fritz" Kaeser (1910-1990), photographer. Includes correspondence with Ansel Adams and Minor White, clippings, catalogs, writings by Kaeser and several photographs showing Kaeser's activities, 1933-1970s.
Papers and photographic materials of Mark Kauffman (1922-1994), 1952-1992.
Photographic materials of Yasuo Kuniyoshi (1889-1953), Japanese-born painter and photographer who worked in New York from 1910 until his death. Includes 35mm black and white negatives, 1935-1941, and work prints of portraits and scenes at Woodstock, New York.
Miscellaneous materials documenting the career and life of Clarence John Laughlin (1905-1985), photographer and author.
Papers and photographic materials, 1894-1990, of Alma Lavenson (1897-1989), photographer. Includes negatives, prints, biographical materials, correspondence, scrapbooks, travel journals, and photographic equipment. (12 linear feet)
Materials related to the life and career of Alma Lavenson (1989-1989), photographer.
This collection contains written materials in various formats documenting the lives and careers of photographers as well as subjects relating to the field of photography. Each group of materials is described separately. The collection is active.
This collection is made up of correspondence sent to Leon Wilson by Edward Westion, Charis Wilson Weston, and Paul Peabody. The majoirty comes from Edward Weston. As well, Wilson created a inventory of the correspondence which is included in the collection.
Artifacts and research materials used by David Levinthal (1949 - ) in his photographic dioramas. Includes: books about German military history, toy soldiers and toy military equipment.
Project and teaching files, exhibition files, publications and printed material, and photographic materials from the 1970s through 2016 of Joan Liftin (1935-), photographer and teacher.
Materials in this collection did not come in with the LIGHT Gallery archive, and are arranged into subgroups based on provenance. There are color slides of an Aaron Siskind opening and photographs by photographer BD Vidibor.
The O. Winston Link collection includes a portion of Link's photographic work, including negatives, transparencies, and work prints documenting both his railroad and non-railroad projects. Additionally, the collection contains correspondence, publications, news clippings, business records, and legal records. The legal records document the 1996 criminal case against Link's second wife who was twice convicted of stealing Link's photographs and selling them under false pretenses.
Negatives and occasional prints made by photographer George Platt Lynes, 1933-1936. The bulk of the collection consists of 2 ¼ inch negatives of various subjects including images made in Spain, France, Holland, and Germany, as well as some nudes and examples of his commercial and fashion work. Also included in the collection are original boxes and negative sleeves.
The Danny Lyon collection (1969-1985) consists of one series, Films by Danny Lyon, containing six 16mm films by Danny Lyon and one empty reel, all housed in film reel canisters. These films were created during the 1970s and 1980s when Lyon made a series of non-fiction films whose subjects include marginalized groups and individuals existing on the fringes of society. These films were recently digitized and are available to watch through Lyon’s website.
This collection contains materials, 1942-1986, pertaining to the life and career of Ben Maddow (1909 - 1992), writer and photo-historian. Each group of materials will be described separately. The collection is active.
Research files assembled during work on the book and exhibition In Our Time: The World as Seen by Magnum Photographers. The files were brought together by Stuart Alexander (1955- ), photohistorian, during 1986-1990. Included are copies of Magnum publications and memos, biographical materials, bibliographies, chronologies, correspondence, and clippings pertaining to the history of Magnum Photos and its members. Of special note are the detailed files on individual Magnum photographers.
The Mike Mandel Miscellaneous Acquisitions Collection contains 136 plus two b & w trading cards, checklist and index for the Baseball Photographer Trading Cards, created by Mike Mandel in 1975.
- Black-and-white photography 9
- Fashion photography 9
- photojournalism 8
- Photographers--United States. 7
- Documentary photography 5
- Landscape photography -- West (U.S.) 5
- Pictorialism (Photography movement) 5
- Portrait photography 5
- Street photography 5
- Commercial photography 4
- Photography--Mexico. 4
- Portrait photography -- United States 4
- Architectural photography 3
- Dance 3
- Mexico 3
- Photomontage 3
- AIDS (Disease) and the arts 2
- Architecture--Mexico--20th century. 2
- Art, Mexican 2
- Chicago Metropolitan Area (Ill.) 2 + ∧ less
- English 276
- German 3
- French 2
- Spanish; Castilian 2
- Undetermined 2
- Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.). Department of Film 67
- Group f.64 38
- University of Arizona. Center for Creative Photography 21
- Guggenheim Fellowship Project 20
- Weston, Edward, 1886-1958 18
- Adams, Ansel, 1902-1984 13
- "291" (Gallery) 9
- Jones, Harold Henry, 1940- 8
- Siskind, Aaron (1903.12.04-1991.02.08) 8
- Heinecken, Robert, 1931-2006 7
- Mortensen, William, 1897-1965 7
- Strand, Paul (1890-1976) 7
- Light Gallery 6
- Van Dyke, Willard (1906-1986) 6
- Newhall, Beaumont, 1908-1993 5
- Smith, W. Eugene 5
- Weston, Brett (1911-12-16 - 1993-01-22) 5
- Alvarez Bravo, Lola (1907-1993) 4
- Bullock, Wynn (1902.04.18-1975.11.16) 4
- Callahan, Harry, 1912-1999 4 + ∧ less