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- Willis, John, 1957- 6
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- Stein, Gertrude, 1874-1946 3
- Thomas, James Edward, 1957- 3
- Underwood & Underwood 3
- Van Vechten, Carl, 1880-1964 3
- White, Christian, 1962- 3
- Wilder, Thornton, 1897-1975 3 ∧ less
Collection of thirty-eight photographs that document aspects of housing, medical care, and education for migrant agricultural laborers in California, 1969-1971, created by photographers Harvey Saul Columbus and Calind Lewis Potts as well as by the California Farm Workers Health Service. Many of the agricultural laborers are Hispanic Americans as well as several African Americans.
582 photographs of scenes from films relating to the American West, Southwest, and Mexico, 1931-1998.
Photographs Related to the United States Military Intelligence Service and Japanese American Soldiers in the Philippines and Japan
Photographs created and collected by Henry Hiroshi Harada that document places and activities related to his service as a photographer for the Military Intelligence Service of the United States Army at the Luzon Prisoner of War Camp No. 1 in the Philippines as well as at Camp Zama, Japan, 1945-1946, as well as portraits of Japanese American soldiers and other military personnel. The collection also includes photographs collected by Harada, 1945-1946.
Inkjet prints created in 2011 by printmakers of their own black-and-white photographic work, 1995-2011, that they compiled as portfolios and exchanged in conjunction with the meeting of the Society of Photographic Educators in Atlanta, Georgia, March 2011.
The collection consists of correspondence, writings, photographs, a scrapbook, and other papers by or related to Siegfried Sassoon. Spanning from the beginning of the first World War to Sassoon's death in 1967, the papers document his writings, including the novel Sherston's Progress, the poetry collections Satirical Poems and The Heart's Journey, and other works.
Photographic prints, slides, negatives, contact sheets, and posters by Martin H. Schreiber of cowboys in the American West, 1980-1998. Materials relate primarily to Schreiber's Last of a breed and depict cowboys and ranches in Texas, Oklahoma, and New Mexico.
Also included are posters and the typescript questionnaire Schreiber sent to those he met, photographed, or worked with on the "Cowboy Project" along with 20 manuscript responses.
Collection contains letters by Louis Carré, Marcel Duchamp,Walter Pach, Gaby Villon, Jacques Villon, and others to Francis Steegmuller and his wife, Beatrice Stein Steegmuller, generally concerning Jacques Villon. Also included is a typescript about Villon by Lionello Venturi, several photographs of Jacques and Gaby Villon and others, and drawings done by Beatrice Stein when she was a student of Villon.