New Mexico -- Photographs
Subject Source: Unspecified ingested source
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: PAC 047
Scope and Content This extensive collection comprises the working career of Cary Herz over the course of more than 25 years in New Mexico. It includes original prints and negatives, color slides, book manuscripts, Compact Discs, video tapes, and some documents and correspondence. The majority of the documents and correspondence are housed in the Fray Angelico Chavez History Libray in the New Mexico History Museum. Her women's movement and female athelete material, completed before she moved to New Mexico, is...
Dates: 1984 - 2008
Abstract The collection contains 3,800+ slide photographs compiled by author, educator, and landscape specialist John Brinckerhoff (J. B.) Jackson. Photographs includes those taken by Jackson himself as well as those produced by other photographers at Jackson's request. These slide photographs were donated by two former students of Jackson, Paul Groth, and Marc Treib, as well as Chris Wilson. Collection also includes a selection of prints.
Dates: 1940-1990; Majority of material found within 1960s-1980s
Content Description Collection of photographs from the Randall Davey Estate in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Included are gelatin silver prints, cartes-de-visite, cabinet cards, tintypes, negatives, slides and postcards related to Randall V. Davey's artwork and life in Santa Fe, New Mexico, as well as to members of the Holt and Cullum families.
Abstract Photographs of the southwest, Grant County, and Goforth family photographs.
Dates: 1917 - 1945
Abstract The Marc Treib Photograph Collection from his book entitled, Sanctuaries of Spanish New Mexico is comprised of photographs of mission churches throughout New Mexico. Only some photos were used in his book and other photos in the collection were used as research for it.
Identifier: PAC 048
Scope and Content This collection exists today becaue of the stewardhship of his daughter Dr. Phyllis Harroun who carefully preserved both negatives and prints. While his activity as a photographer spanned less than ten years, Philip Harroun's pictures are of more than passing interest. He developed a sound compositional eye for both static views and the fleeting things of everyday life. His views of irrigation work during their first development in New Mexico, his accurate reports of Indian dances in motion,...
Dates: 1890 - 1910; Majority of material found in Placeholder Unit Date Text
Abstract Colorized prints featuring natural and built subjects in Colorado, New Mexico, California, Utah, Mexico, and other North American locales.