Photographic collections

Photographic collections

Collections which document American architecture and its environment and held in libraries, and public and private archives, such as the National Archives, the Bettman Archive, and Avery Library at Columbia University, NYC.
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Services concession: public service concession for the dissemination and commercialization of photographic collections of the city of paris
WOMEN in Focus at National Museum Cardiff's photography gallery is a year-long, two-part exhibition which draws on works from Amgueddfa Cymru/National Museum Wales' photographic collections.
His supervisor suggested he should look at the library's photographic collections and what he discovered there became his life's work.
His supervisor suggested he should look at the library's photographic collections, and what he discovered there became his life's work.
But although the V&A may seem like a rational resting place for the RPS collection, the UK's photographic collections as a whole are in an unsettled state.
This is one of those rare photographic collections that will linger in the mind and memory long after the book itself is finished and set back upon the shelf.
Chapters consider what constitutes an archive, from the familiar mission and state archives to more local, vernacular and personal accumulations of photographs; the importance of a critical and reflexive engagement with photographic collections; and the question of where and what is 'Africa', as constructed in the photographic archive.
Christopher Morton's article on Richard Buchta's photographs from today's South Sudan and Northern Uganda and Christoph Rippe's research on mission photographs from South Africa are both based on a biographical approach to photographic collections and a strong consideration of photographs' material form.
This charming collection of images have been found in the fascinating photographic collections of the much loved and intriguing Spence Family who lived in Gateshead in the 1800s.
PICTURING ENGLAND: The Photographic Collections of Historic England by Mike Evans, Gary Winter and Anne Woodward; Historic England; 45 [pounds sterling] (hardback)
Set up as part of a project to increase audience engagement with historic photographic collections held at the popular attraction, in Ashington, the resulting exhibition: Retronaut: The Photographic Time Machine, featured a series of funnyfaced Victorian portraits which went on to capture the imaginations of people in 30 different countries as the images went viral.
Appendices contain 1) a cross-referenced index of relevant photographic collections; 2) a list of APES staff and committee members in 1875; 3) a copy of the firman authorizing its expeditionary work; 4) reproductions of documents held by the Palestine Exploration Fund (PEF) that are related to the APES; 5) a list of Dumas photographs reproduced as engravings in Selah Merrill's East of Jordan (1881), and 6) an index of maps belonging to the APES archives.

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