National Museum of Women in the Arts
University of California, Los Angeles - Charles E. Young Research Library
Collection consists of photographic materials such as prints, negatives and slides taken by Walter E. Bennett. It also includes miscellaneous manuscripts and ephemera related to Bennett's life and career, such as scrapbooks, clippings, and letters. Bennett's photography documents public figures in Washington D.C., from Presidents Eisenhower through Reagan. The images include portraits of notable politicians and celebrities, shots of anti-Vietnam and Civil Rights protests and marches, foreign travels and campaign trails of presidents, political party conventions, and The Beatles' 1964 and 1966 Washington D.C. concerts and press conferences. Many of the images are unpublished
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