Adams, Ansel, 1902-1984
- Existence: February 20, 1902 - April 22, 1984
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: MSS -611-BC
Scope and Content The Augusta Fink Papers consist of four boxes of research notes, correspondence, newspaper clippings, and interviews, used by Fink in her work on two of her books, the biography of Mary Austin, I, Mary, and her book on the Monterey Peninsula, Monterey: The Presence Of The Past. The collection is divided into four series: I. Research files and manuscript for I, Mary; II. Research files for ...
Identifier: AC 328-p
Scope and Content Collection consists of two letters, one dated June 21, 1930, to Charles Collier from Alfred Stieglitz. Stieglitz writes that he is enclosing a money order, is glad Collier's trip went well and mentions the shrinkage of the market value. The second letter, dated September 18, 1891, to Ansel Adams from Charles Collier expresses that he wants to sell three portraits made and mounted by Alfred Stieglitz and writes about meeting with Georgia O'Keeffe and about O'Keeffee's and his continued...
Abstract Collection consists of photographs of Concha Ortiz y Pino de Kleven, New Mexican Hispanic-American cultural and policitcal leader, her family, friends, and events in her life.
Abstract This collection contains photographs of Frank Applegate and his family taken between 1906 and the 1950s, along with photographs of their homes and furnishings. Applegate collected some of the photos in this collection for inclusion in a book he planned to write on New Mexican architecture.
Abstract This collection contains photographs of buildings designed and built by architect, John Gaw Meem.
Abstract The collection consists of a scrapbook and accompanying loose papers and photographs relating to the Quivira Bookshop and Photograph Gallery. Quivira Bookshop was owned and operated by Ann Espe Dietz in the Corrales/Albuquerque, New Mexico area from 1964 to 2000.
Identifier: AC 312-p
Scope and Content Collection consists of one tape cassette of ceremonies at the Palace of the Governors and a biography of the Compton family "It's a Long, Long Road," written by James C. Compton, Chief Justice of New Mexico in 1970. There are two mounted photographs, one of Judge Compton and one of the courthouse. ADDITION (June 2011): Celebratory telegrams and letters to Robert Martin; Laura Gilpin and Ansel Adams related notes and letters; "Friends of Photography newsletters (1971).
Dates: 1970; 1947-1972
Scope and Content Collection consists of the administrative records, correspondence, and financial records of the Spanish Colonial Arts Society and its store, the Spanish Arts (Santa Fe, NM). The bulk of the records pertain to the first twenty years of the Societys existence, 1929-1949. Included are incorporation papers for both the Society for the Preservation of Spanish Antiquities in New Mexico (1913), and the Spanish Colonial Arts Society (1929). Also within the collection are the Spanish Arts store...