|Other titles||Directory of photographic collections.|
|Statement||compiled by Sheryl Conkelton for the California Museum of Photography, University of California, Riverside.|
|LC Classifications||TR12 .C35 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ca. 180 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||180|
|LC Control Number||86622939|
Welcome Special Collections and Archives (SCA) houses the university’s collections of rare books, manuscripts, photographs, ephemera, born-digital files, and other unique materials. Our holdings include university archives, critical theory, performing arts, political literature, and a growing collection of artists’ books. Special Collections' exceptionally strong photographic collections began with a gift in the late s of Edward Weston's project prints. The photographic collections, now numbering close to half a million items, have continued to grow through the acquisition and archival gifts of works by important contemporary photographers working in both the documentary and fine art tradition. The California Historical Society Collection is incomparable for the documentary picture it provides of the growth of Southern California, particularly the development of the Los Angeles region, between and The collection contains more t photographs. University of California, Santa Cruz High St. Our materials support a variety of research projects and include a broad variety of collections, including local history, book arts, photography, UCSC history, rare books, music, literary archives, history of science, oral histories, artworks and artifacts, and pop culture.
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