Primarily individual, dressed display mannequins from the Chas. A. Stevens & Bros State Street women's apparel store, ca. 1970. Includes the street and pedestrian traffic outside the store (1952) and two window display images (ca. 1908) in copy negative form
The Ansel Adams Collection is a collection of images (prints & negatives) commissioned by Fortune Magazine around 1939 for a story about the aviation history of Los Angeles. It consists of 217 images portraying businesses, street scenes, aerospace employees, and everyday life in Los Angeles. Only a few of the images were printed in the article, 'City of Angels,' which appeared in the March 1941 issue of Fortune. Includes photographs of Cole Weston and his wife.