Montana State University - Special Collections and Archives
The collection consists of one framed painting titled Flowing Water, Oil on Canvas, 201, 16 prints published by White Creek Images, photographs, a Yellowstone fishing cap owned by creator, and note cards and publications featuring the artist's work
National Library Board, Singapore
Collection contains photographs of Willie Phua working on various assignments in Asia. It includes photos such as Willie Phua filming a rally by opposition leader J.B. Jeyaretnam at Empress Place, Singapore, in Beijing in 1971, behind sandbags in the Central Highlands of Vietnam in 1972, filming a street parade in Thailand and at the Pakistani-Afghan border, 1978. The sizes of the photographic prints are between 13 x 9 cm. and 18 x 13 cm
National Library Board, Singapore
Collection contains photographs (mainly black and white) of Willie Phua working on various assignments in Asia. It includes photos such as Willie Phua filming from a helicopter over Malaya during the communist insurgency of the 1960s, filming "Une Pulsation" in Malaysia, 1967, dashing past a police officer towards one of the thirty-seven bomb explosions in Singapore during Indonesia"s Konfrontasi in the 1960s and Dahlia film assignments in 1967. The sizes of the photographic prints are between 13 x 9 cm. and 18 x 13 cm
Western Reserve Historical Society
Anastasia Pantsios is a Cleveland, Ohio, based writer and photographer whose work has appeared in local and national publications including the Cleveland Scene, the Free Times, Village Voice, Spin, Creem, Hit Parader, Rolling Stone, and the New York Times. She has photographed hundreds of major national and local acts since the 1970s, and is a former staff photographer for the Cleveland Opera. In 2011, her 44-piece solo show, "Girls on Film: 40 Years of Women in Rock," premiered at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum before touring to Pennsylvania and Chicago. The collection consists of newspaper clippings, correspondence, ephemera, event programs, photographs, and promotional materials
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
The collection documents Hugh MacRae Morton's career covering eight decades, 1930s-2000s, as a prominent North Carolina businessman, political figure, tourism booster, conservationist, environmental activist, sports fan, and prolific image-maker. The still images and motion pictures in the collection cover aspects of Morton's various involvements, as a photojournalist; a soldier in the Pacific Theater during World War II; the owner and operator of the Grandfather Mountain tourist attraction in Linville, N.C.; a well-known figure in state government and friend of many North Carolina politicians, entertainers, and media personalities; an alumni, booster, and frequent sports-event attendee of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; and an ardent admirer of nature and lover of travel. See individual series-level catalog records for details on collection contents
Rochester Institute of Technology - Wallace Memorial Library
The Michael Geissinger photographs are prints of images captured by Geissinger during his tenure as a White House staff photographer. The photographs date from 1966-1968 and include images of President Lyndon B. Johnson in various situations. For instance, there is a photograph of Johnson reviewing U.S. troops in Guam, as well as a picture of him playing with his grandson. All prints are 13.25" x 19.5". The negatives for these prints are located at the Lyndon Baines Johnson Library & Museum. There is also a small assortment of biographical material in the collection. This consists of a transcript from an interview Geissinger gave about the Rochester Institute of Technology's (RIT) photography program, a clipping about Geissinger's arrival as a faculty member at the university, and a clipping on an exhibit of Geissinger's work
Swarthmore College - Peace Collection
The Dorothy Marder collection contains biographical material, mostly about Dorothy Marder's life after 1970. The largest part of the collection contains Marder's photographs, prints, negatives and contact sheets which cover the U.S. anti-war movement during the Vietnam war era, the women's liberation movement in the 1970s and early 1980s, the antinuclear movement of the early to mid-1980s, and the gay and lesbian pride movement of the 1980s-1990s (largely in New York city). Series A contains biographical material by or about Dorothy Marder, writings by Marder, some of the publications in which Marder's photographs appeared, correspondence and information about Identity House (a New York City place of supportive services for lesbian, gay and bisexual people); also includes reference materials that Marder collected about peace, women's liberation, gay rights, and disability rights. Series B contains photographic prints arranged according to Marder's own numbering system. The prints are ... Read More