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This collection contains papers and photographic materials of Benjamin T. “Ben” Maxey, Tucson studio photographer (circa 1900-1987). Included are Maxey's newspaper advertisements, notes on facial expressions, and 8 x 10 inch black and white photographs used as samples of "glamour photography." Maxey studied with the California photographer William Mortensen. The collection is inactive.
Records, circa 1940s-1984, of the McGraw Colorgraph Company, Burbank, California. Includes business and lab records, books and pamphlets, negatives, fine prints, work prints, artifacts, and photographic equipment relating to photographic processes and formulas, research programs, and patents related to the company in its production of carbro prints, tricolor commercial processing and one-shot color cameras.
Papers, publications, photographic materials, and equipment of Richard McGraw (1905-1978), photographer and arts patron. Included are notebooks and correspondence with Edward Weston and Ansel Adams.
Papers, photographic materials, and audio-visual materials, (1896-2008), of Rosalie Thorne McKenna (1918-2003) photographer, filmmaker, and writer. Includes correspondence, biographical materials, writings, research files, publications, exhibition files, negatives, study and contact prints, and other materials documenting the life and career of Rosalie Thorne McKenna.
Materials relating to the photographic career of Ray McSavaney include his photo book Explorations: A Photographic Journey and accompanying book production materials, which includes negatives, prints and layouts. Explorations features seven essays written by McSavaney, which describe his photographic methods, philosophy, and his subject matter. Additional materials include photographic workshop brochures, published materials, and 2 CDS with Flowers animation and a PDF book dummy.
Papers, clippings, publications, and awards, 1937-1990s, of Mildred Mead (1910-2001), photographer.
Papers and photographs documenting early days at the Center for Creative Photography. Marguerite McGillivray Mesel was the administrative assistant at the Center for Creative Photography, 1975-1986. She worked first for Harold Jones and then James Enyeart.
The Barbara Michaels collection consists of announcements and gallery materials from the U.S and the World. The bulk of the collection contains materials primarily from galleries located in New York City. Galleries include LIGHT, Witkin Gallery, and Ubu Gallery.
Materials include an exhibition announcement (1991), a scrapbook with bromoil transfer print process information, biographical information regarding Midgley. There is also a Midgley photographic reproduction poster (1992).
Papers and photographic materials, 1911-1998, of Hansel Mieth (1909-1998) and Otto Hagel (1909-1973), photographers. Includes correspondence, writings, exhibition materials, tear sheets, clippings, publications, photographic materials, and audiovisual materials.
Papers, publications, and photographic materials, 1942-2001, of the photographer, Wayne Miller (1918 – 2013). Included are correspondence, book dummies, publications, negatives, and contact sheets. Most of Miller’s photographic work was based in Chicago, Illinois and Northern California. Also, included are Miller’s files related to his role in the organization of “The Family of Man” exhibition in 1955.
Photographic postcards, Polaroid photographs, a group of "Pictorialist Christmas Cards," negatives and proof sheets, color transparencies and other artwork in various media. The bulk of this collection consists of material sent as correspondence to the director of the Center for Creative Photography beginning in 1976. The collection is active.
Papers and photographic materials relating to the life of Barbara Morgan (1900-1992), photographer. Includes correspondence, tearsheets, clippings, promotional leaflets, and reprints of writing.
Typed and handwritten manuscripts (circa 1936-1941) consisting of working papers, research, and text for Morgan’s book Martha Graham: Sixteen Dances in Photographs (New York: Duell, Sloan and Pearce, 1941). These manuscript pages are unnumbered, but they were arranged in labeled sections by Morgan. NOTE: The University of Arizona Library has a copy of the published book (GV1785.G7M6).
This collection contains photocopies of correspondence and papers, 1937-1939; 1976, of Charles W. Morris (1901-1979), instructor at New Bauhaus, American School of Design, Chicago. Included are letters from László Moholy-Nagy and others concerning the hiring of Morris as an instructor at New Bauhaus, and the proposed closing of the school in 1938. Also included in the collection are course outlines, clippings, New Bauhaus catalogs, and manuscripts.
This collection contains photocopies of an untitled lecture (?) or reminiscences by John G. Morris (1916-2017), about his career and interaction with other photographers, 1937-1974. Morris was an editor for Life and The New York Times. He also was a founding member of the Magnum Photo Agency. Includes eighteen transparencies and a caption list, circa 1980. The collection is inactive.
Photographic materials, 1930s- 1980, of Wright Morris (1910-1998), photographer and writer. Consists of black and white film negatives in a variety of formats, color 35 mm slides, videotapes, and a small selection of portraits of Morris and his wife, Josephine.
Papers, publications, and photographs, circa 1930 -1964, of William Mortensen (1897 - 1965), photographer, teacher, and writer, as collected by his assistant and co-author George Dunham. The bulk of the collection consists of published monographs and tearsheets, Mortensen’s manuscripts on the aesthetics and the techniques of photography, and his work prints of figure and landscape studies.
Materials related to the life and career of William Mortensen (1897-1965), photographer, author, and teacher.
Two master sets of 200 photographs and two books that showcase photographs from the work of landscape photographer David Muench (1936 - ).
Collection consists primarily of letters, financial records, exhibition announcements, grant materials, writings, publications, and snapshots. Slides, book projects, and digital materials are also represented. Materials present range from 1963-2017 with the majority of items from the late 1970’s into the 2010’s representing the most active time in Murray’s career.
Contains materials related to the photographer, Joan Myers (1944 - ) and received from a variety of sources. The collection is active.
Printed materials related to the collaborations between Patrick Nagatani (1945-2017) and Andrée Tracey (1948- ). Includes exhibition catalogs, announcements, and brochures, magazines, newspaper clippings, installation photographs, views of the artists at work, artifacts, and videotapes.
The collection contains materials (bulk dates 1979-2009) surrounding the career of Japanese American photographer Kenji Nakahashi (1947-2017). Materials include biographical materials about Nakahashi’s life and development as an artist, correspondence, exhibition and project files, and photo cards created by Nakahashi.
This collection contains materials relating to the New Documents Exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art, 1967. Contained in the exhibit was work by Diane Arbus, Lee Friedlander, and Garry Winogrand. Seven 8 x 10 inch prints showing installation views of the exhibit are included as are five photocopied pages of contact sheets documenting the photographs in the exhibit. The collection is inactive.
- 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