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 Subject
Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Scope Note: Refers to still images produced from radiation-sensitive materials (sensitive to light, electron beams, or nuclear radiation), generally by means of the chemical action of light on a sensitive film, paper, glass, or metal. Photographs may be positive or negative, opaque or transparent. The concept does not include reproductive prints of documents and technical drawings, for which descriptors found under "

Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:

Clare Leighton working on Grist Milling (1 of 6), [between 1949 and 1953]

 Item — 1: Series 3; Series 4; Series 5, Folder: 38
Call Number: MSS 7, Series V
Scope and Contents: Depicts Clare Leigton working on compositional studies for Grist Milling. Verso: numbered "1" in pencil. Red ink stamp reading: "Photography by / Ruth M. Hitzberger / Church Hill Road / Washington Depot, Conn. / Wash. 2687"

The compositional study shown in this photograph is not among the present collection held at the YCBA.
Dates: [between 1949 and 1953]

Clare Leighton working on Grist Milling (2 of 6), [between 1949 and 1953]

 Item — 1: Series 3; Series 4; Series 5, Folder: 39
Call Number: MSS 7, Series V
Scope and Contents: Depicts Clare Leighton working on the woodblock for Grist Milling. Her face is not in the frame, which centers on her hands and tools. Verso: numbered "8" in pencil; red ink stamp reading: "Photography by / Ruth M. Hitzberger / Church Hill Road / Washington Depot, Conn. / Wash. 2687."
Dates: [between 1949 and 1953]

Clare Leighton working on Grist Milling (3 of 6), [between 1949 and 1953]

 Item — 1: Series 3; Series 4; Series 5, Folder: 40
Call Number: MSS 7, Series V
Scope and Contents: Depicts Clare Leighton inking the woodblock for Grist Milling with a hand-held ink-roller. She is visible from the waist up, wearing a loose, dark-colored dress. Verso: numbered "5" in pencil; red ink stamp reading: "Photography by / Ruth M. Hitzberger / Church Hill Road / Washington Depot, Conn. / Wash. 2687."
Dates: [between 1949 and 1953]

Clare Leighton working on Grist Milling (4 of 6), [between 1949 and 1953]

 Item — 1: Series 3; Series 4; Series 5, Folder: 41
Call Number: MSS 7, Series V
Scope and Contents: Depicts Clare Leighton printing Grist Milling by hand, using the back of a spoon to rub the paper onto the woodblock. Only her hands and torso are visible. Verso: numbered "4" in pencil; red ink stamp reading: "Photography by / Ruth M. Hitzberger / Church Hill Road / Washington Depot, Conn. / Wash. 2687."
Dates: [between 1949 and 1953]

Clare Leighton working on Grist Milling (5 of 6), [between 1949 and 1953]

 Item — 1: Series 3; Series 4; Series 5, Folder: 42
Call Number: MSS 7, Series V
Scope and Contents: Depicts Clare Leighton peeling a freshly printed page from the woodblock for Grist Milling. Leighton's face is well-lit from the left (her right). Verso: numbered "2" in pencil; red ink stamp reading: "Photography by / Ruth M. Hitzberger / Church Hill Road / Washington Depot, Conn. / Wash. 2687."
Dates: [between 1949 and 1953]

Clare Leighton working on Grist Milling (6 of 6), [between 1949 and 1953]

 Item — 1: Series 3; Series 4; Series 5, Folder: 43
Call Number: MSS 7, Series V
Scope and Contents: Depicts Clare Leighton peeling a freshly printed page from the woodblock for Grist Milling. Landscape orientation. Leighton's face is half-hidden in shadow, only the left side discernible. Verso: numbered "2" in pencil; red ink stamp reading: "Photography by / Ruth M. Hitzberger / Church Hill Road / Washington Depot, Conn. / Wash. 2687."
Dates: [between 1949 and 1953]

Clare Leighton working on Ship Wreck (1 of 2), [between 1949 and 1953]

 Item — 1: Series 3; Series 4; Series 5, Folder: 44
Call Number: MSS 7, Series V
Scope and Contents: Depicts Clare Leighton engraving the woodblock for Ship Wreck (1953). Only her hands and torso are in the frame. Verso: numbered "15" in pencil; red ink stamp reading: "Photography by / Ruth M. Hitzberger / Church Hill Road / Washington Depot, Conn. / Wash. 2687."
Dates: [between 1949 and 1953]

Clare Leighton working on Ship Wreck (2 of 2), [between 1949 and 1953]

 Item — 1: Series 3; Series 4; Series 5, Folder: 45
Call Number: MSS 7, Series V
Scope and Contents: Depicts Clare Leighton engraving the woodblock for Ship Wreck (1953). Only her hands and torso are in the frame. Verso: numbered "17" in pencil; someone (not Leighton) has written in pen, "Please return to Mrs. Henry Harper Hart. R7D #2 Southbury Conn." ; red ink stamp reading: "Photography by / Ruth M. Hitzberger / Church Hill Road / Washington Depot, Conn. / Wash. 2687."
Dates: [between 1949 and 1953]