Portrait photography -- United States
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Louise Dahl-Wolfe archive
Identifier: AG 76
Abstract Papers, photographic materials, and memorabilia 1895 – circa 1980s, of Louise Dahl-Wolfe, (1895 – 1989), photographer. Consists primarily of contact prints and negatives of fashion illustrations for Harper's Bazaar, Vogue, Sports Illustrated, and leading commercial stores, such as Saks Fifth Avenue and Bonwit Teller. Also includes family and personal photographs, portraits and correspondence with other photographers, artists, and fashion personalities such as...
Dates: circa 1870 – circa 1980s
Unprocessed Material — Multiple Containers
Identifier: AG 286
Dates: circa 1920s - 1930s
Found in: Center for Creative Photography Archives
Sonya Noskowiak archive
Identifier: AG 3
Papers and photographic materials, 1928-1974, of Sonya Noskowiak (1900-1975), photographer. Includes correspondence with Edward Weston and other photographers; reviews and announcements of photography exhibitions, including two of Group f/64, of which Noskowiak was member; clippings about Noskowiak, Edward Weston, her photography and other topics; negatives and contact prints made by Noskowiak, and reference prints made by the CCP staff.
Dates: undated, 1928-1974
Marion Palfi archive
Identifier: AG 46
Abstract Papers and photographic materials, 1920s - 1983, relating to the career of Marion Palfi (1907 - 1978), photographer. The bulk of this collection documents her activities as a photographer, teacher, researcher, and social critic during the period from 1945 to 1978. There is little documentation of her first career in Germany as an actress, model, and dancer. The correspondence contains letters, telegrams, and postcards between Palfi and friends, photographers, scholars, writers, publishers,...
Dates: circa 1920s-1983
Edward Weston archive
Identifier: AG 38
Abstract Nearly all periods of Weston's life and work are represented in the archive. Little documentation exists, however, regarding his childhood (1886-1906), early years in California (1906-1923), or life after he was stricken with Parkinson's disease (1947-1958). The archive is particularly rich in documentation of his years in Mexico (1923-1926), and years after he returned to California (1927-1940s). It also contains significant examples of Weston's writing. Many of his letters to his sons are...