Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender Historical Society
Photographic materials and artifacts belonging to Gene Weber, a documentary photographer who is best known for his images of San Francisco S/M, bondage, and leather culture. Majority of collection is composed of Weber's slides but also includes photographs and contact sheets, film, and a small amount of correspondence.
Collection of slides, photographs, glass plate negatives and video cassettes relating to the Lutheran Church Missions at Hope Vale, Wujul Wujul, Cape Bedford, Bloomfield River and surrounding areas. The 3 videocassetes include ; one VHS titled: P.N.G. Wujul Wujul & part of Hopevale ; one UCA 60 (Umatic) titled: Hopevale Centenary Service master ; one Sony VHS titled: Mud Men , Mt. Hagen. The videocassettes and a folder of scanned photographs are in Box 19495
Contains slides and photographs by Thorne documenting her work as a plant curator and botanist at Brigham Young University. Includes images of plants in Utah and the West, and of the Bean Museum, as well as from field trips to Los Alamos, New Mexico, Costa Rica, Kauai, and other unidentified locations. Materials dated approximately 1965-1993
This collection contains slides, photographs, and negatives taken by Marvin Housworth of churches around Georgia. The slides are organized by county with a map accompanying each set. There are also clippings and miscellaneous images including some South Carolina churches. The materials originally came in four binders and have been removed for preservation purposes; the original order has been kept for each binder. Binder one contains Bartow, Murray, Gilmore, Pickens, Lumpkin, White, Morgan, Greene, Oglethorpe, and Elbert Counties. Binder two contains Coweta, Meriwether, Talbot, Stewart, Quitman, Marion, Randolph, Sumter, Macon, Monroe, Houston, Tift, Jones, Butts, Jasper, Hancock, Jefferson, Ware, Effingham, and Liberty Counties. Binder three contains Tatnall, Newton, Emmanuel, Baker, and Jefferson Counties. Binder four contains miscellaneous images and clippings, including some South Carolina churches