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Photographs, negatives, and a photo-Christmas card of Warner Taylor (1880-1958), photographer, amateur ornithologist, and a faculty member in the English Department at the University of Wisconsin, Madison.
This collection contains information pertaining to photography and specifically to the life and career of Edward Weston (1886-1958), photographer.
Text, dummy, and layout to an exhibition catalog for Edmund Teske(1911-1996), photographer and teacher, relating to his show at the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery in 1974.
Photographs and contact prints by Dody Thompson Weston, undated, circa 1940-1991; one photograph by John Sexton and one photograph by Jerome Baker.
Papers and memorabilia, 1960–1988, of George Tice (1938- ), photographer. Certificates and awards document his many successes in competitions sponsored by local photography clubs in the United States and abroad. Included also are some exhibition catalogs; printed materials from his limited edition portfolios with introductions by Jacob Deschin and Lee D. Witkin; and book dummies. The collection is still active.
Six photographs of Aaron Siskind taken by Charles Traub.
Photography props, correspondence, manuscripts, book layouts, publicity, exhibition materials, and books created and collected by photographer Arthur Tress (born 1940). The bulk of the collection consists of props used by Tress in his series “Fish Tank Sonata” and “Tea Pot Opera.” Additional materials include publications annotated by Tress with notes, underlining, and sketches. There is also a small quantity of correspondence, 1986-1988.
Papers and photographic materials, ca. 1955 - , of Jerry N. Uelsmann (1934 - ), photographer and teacher. Includes correspondence, writings, book maquettes, publications, posters, videotapes, memorabilia, and portraits. Of particular interest are the extensive files of contact sheets and proof prints. Files of clippings, announcements, and catalogs document many of Uelsmann’s exhibitions and books. The collection is still active.
Photographic equipment of Doris Ulmann (1882-1934), American photographer. Includes tripods, lens, film holders, and camera.
Papers, photographic materials, and audio-visual materials, 1915-1986, of Willard Van Dyke (1906-1986) photographer, filmmaker, curator, and teacher. Includes correspondence, memoranda, writings, biographical information, exhibition announcements, clippings, publications, financial, insurance and medical records, negatives, study and contact prints, and other materials documenting the life and career of Van Dyke.
This collection contains miscellaneous materials (1984-1992) documenting the life and career of Willard Van Dyke (1906-1986), photographer, filmmaker, teacher, and curator. Each group of materials is described separately.
The papers and photographic materials of photographer and educator Laura Volkerding (1939-1996). The collection contains correspondence, biographical materials, negatives, contact sheets, 35mm slides, audio visual materials, work prints, visual artifacts, publications, and ephemera of and about Laura Volkerding.
Materials in this collection are related to educator and photographer Laura Volkerding.
Papers, artist's books, and photographic materials, circa 1959-1998, of Todd Walker (1917-1998), photographer, professor, and book artist. Bulk of the collection includes self-published monographs with limited amounts of biographical materials, exhibition announcements, tearsheets periodicals, ephemera collected by Walker, writings, and photographic materials including negatives, collotypes, and prints. The collection has unprocessed materials that may not appear in the finding aid.
Postcards, photographs, and audiovisual materials about or by Todd Walker, acquired by miscellaneous donors.
Materials in this collection relate to Harvey Wang’s documentary film and book project, From Darkroom to Daylight, 2015.
This collection contains miscellaneous materials pertaining to the career and life of [Henry] Bradford Washburn, Jr. (1910-January 10, 2007), photographer, mountain climber, museum director, and teacher. Washburn is known for high-altitude aerial photography done in remote regions. The collection is active.
The Brian Weil archive, 1970-1996, contains materials made or collected by photographer Brian Weil (1954-1996) which document his career. Included in the collection are exhibition labels, transparencies, and photographic prints from the exhibition, "Brian Weil: The AIDS Photographs."
Correspondence, biographical files and activity files, 1969-2007, of photographer, teacher, lecturer, and author Jack Welpott (1923-2007). Includes correspondence with noted photographers Ansel Adams, Jerry Uelsman and students Judy Dater, Michael Bishop, Darwin Marable, Catherine Wagner as well as art galleries/museums.
Materials documenting the life and career of the photographer Brett Weston (1911-1993), son of Edward Weston, including personal papers, letters, activity files, exhibition files, publications, photographic materials, and photographic equipment. The papers offer significant information on the exhibition, publication and sale of Weston’s photographs.
Miscellaneous materials documenting the life and career of Brett Weston (1911-1993), photographer. Each group of materials is described separately.
Miscellaneous materials documenting the life and career of Edward Weston (1886-1958), photographer. Includes correspondence, publications, photographic materials, artifacts, manuscripts and other materials. Each group of materials is described separately. The collection is still active.
- 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