890 35 mm color slides of various topics related to 20th century art. Includes a collection of 475 slides by Johanna Drucker and a gift from Mel Bochner of 33 slides. Each sub-collection accompanied by an information sheet
Collections consists of the photographs of Albert Durant, chauffer, entrepreneur, and photographer of Williamsburg, Va. Photos chiefly depict the social, religious, and economic activities of African- Americans in Williamsburg and the surrounding area from the 1930s through the 1960s.
Central Michigan University - Clarke Historical Library
Slide collection, of 20th century slides (56 color slides) in 2 small slide boxes. There is also an index of the slides. Topics include major buildings, churches, and cemeteries of Deerfield Township (Isabella County, Mich.). Of particular interest are the Chippewa Indian Church and Cemetery
Collection consists of materials related to the Traditional Turkish Art Today exhibition. The exhibition drew upon the photographic fieldwork of Henry Glassie and Museum of International Folk Art staff member Karen Duffy and gave an overview of Turkish culture in the 20th century, focusing on religion, everyday life, and artistic design and process. Collection includes color slides, black-and-white and color photographs, transparencies, and the exhibit publication. Also included are photographs of the exhibition installation and programs taken by Blair Clark, and paper copies of the color slides. The transparencies depict objects in the Museum's collection