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Arthur J. Bell Papers, 1850s-2010, bulk 1960s-2000s

AG 234


Overview of the Collection

Creator: Arthur J. Bell Trust
Bell, Arthur J. (1942-2010)
Title: Arthur J. Bell Papers,
Inclusive Dates: 1850s-2010, bulk 1960s-2000s
Quantity: 36 boxes 21 linear feet
Abstract: Papers, 1850s-2010 (bulk 1960s-2000s), collected and created by Chicago photographer Arthur J. Bell (1942-2010) consisting of correspondence, biographical materials, and materials from Bell’s photographic career. The bulk of the collection consists of Bell’s negatives but additional materials include exhibition announcements, clippings, travel documents, appointment calendars, memorabilia, and photographic prints. There is a small amount of information on Janice Bell, Arthur Bell’s wife, and the Bell family.
Identification: AG 234
Language: Material in English
Repository: Center for Creative Photography, University of Arizona
1030 N. Olive Rd., P.O. Box 210103
Tucson, AZ 85721-0103
Phone: 520-621-6273
Fax: 520-621-9444
Email: info@ccp.arizona.edu
URL: http://ccp.arizona.edu

Biographical Note

Arthur Joel Bell, born in Chicago, Illinois on January 2, 1942, was one of two children of Russian born attorney Harry Bell and Sabina Cohen Bell. Upon graduating from Chicago’s Frances W. Parker High School in 1960, Bell attended the University of the Pacific, 1960-1962; the University of Chicago, 1963-1964; eventually graduating with his B.S. from the Illinois Institute of Technology, Institute of Design in 1971. In 1974 Bell earned an M.F.A. from the Rhode Island School of Design. Each of these institutions Bell attended shaped his photographic development and introduced him to various mentors including Joshua Taylor, head of the Art History Department at the University of Chicago; Aaron Siskind at the Institute of Design at Illinois Institute of Technology; and Harry Callahan at the Rhode Island School of Design.

Bell’s photographic endeavors included teaching photography at Columbia College in Chicago, Illinois; human interest photo projects; documentary work for the artist Henry Moore; and exhibiting his own work in several solo and shared exhibitions throughout the United States and abroad. Bell’s photographs were published in Hasselblad magazine (1971) and mentioned in numerous articles including in Modern Photography (1980).

Bell’s final exhibition “Arthur Bell/Abstract Representation,” was held at Northern Illinois University Art Museum in 1994.

Arthur Bell married Janice Bell in 1974. The couple divorced in 1988. Arthur J. Bell died in Wilmette, Illinois, on January 27, 2010.


Scope and Content

The collection is divided in to five series: Correspondence, 1950-1998; Biographical Materials, 1850s-2000s; Activity Files, 1962-2010; Photographers Baseball Cards, 1975; and Photographic Materials, 1961-1996. The bulk of the collection consists of photographic materials including negatives, transparencies, contact sheets, and prints. There is little information about Bell’s personal life. Documentation of his career as a photographer is mainly through photographic materials but there are a number of calendars kept by Bell covering the time period 1973-2007.

The first series, Correspondence, 1950-1998, is divided into Selected and General correspondence. The Selected correspondence consists of letters from photographers Edna Bullock and Barbara Crane as well as correspondence with artist Henry Moore. The General correspondence consists of one folder of letters, arranged chronologically, covering a variety of subjects including letters about Bell’s work, exhibition submissions, and letters from friends.

The second series, Biographical Materials, 1850s-2000s, includes material about Arthur Bell, his wife Janice, and family photographs. What little information there is in the collection about Bell’s personal life is in this series and includes his birth certificate, passports, diplomas, and medical records. The bulk of this series consists of Bell’s school notebooks. Materials about Janice Bell includes a copy of her passport, information related to the exhibition “Illinois Photographers ‘80” which included photographs by Janice, and a portion of her resume. Also included are several of her pay stubs. The photographs in this series date 1850s – 2000s and includes images of Arthur Bell, Janice Bell, Arthur and Janice’s wedding, and various family members some of which may have been made by Bell himself. There are a number of unidentified photographs including daguerreotypes, tintypes, and cartes-de-visite.

The Activity Files, 1962-2010, series documents aspects of Bells’ career in photography. This series includes Bell’s calendars/day planners from 1973 to 2007. Information in these varies from year to year and most often consists of appointment entries, addresses, and notes. Scattered throughout the calendars are various business cards. These cards were left in place but it is unclear how these relate to information or appointments listed in the calendars. Also in this series is information on Bell’s employment history including resumes, employment inquiries, and materials related to teaching at Columbia College 1979-1983. Of note is an NEA grant application done in 1984.

Of particular interest in the Activity Files series is information on solo and group exhibitions which included Bell’s photographs. The bulk of the exhibitions documented in the collection were at locations in and around Chicago, Illinois, but there is also information about exhibitions of his work in New Jersey, Michigan, North Carolina, and Mexico City.

The financial records in the Activity Files series are minimal and do not begin to provide an overview of Bells finances or earnings from his photography. Materials include some pay stubs, consignment receipts, automobile repairs receipts and utility bills. Also included in the financial records are receipts for photograph processing and photographic equipment.

The photo projects materials in the Activity Files series consist of prints, contact sheets and some negatives for several projects undertaken by Bell documenting homes and institutions for troubled children in the Chicago area including Randall House and Quaker House. The “Randall House,” project was done with guidance from photographer Aaron Siskind.

Also included in the Activity Files series are published materials, organized chronologically, both about Bell and collected by Bell including periodicals, photocopied articles and exhibition catalogs; writings collected by Bell; and information from 1984 about the Society for Photographic Education. The last group of materials in the this series are receipts, itineraries, and maps related to Bell’s travel abroad in France, Iceland and Amsterdam and a trip in 1985 to Tucson, Arizona. The travel materials are also organized chronologically.

The Photographers Baseball Cards series consists of seven sets of the Photographers Baseball Cards done by photographer Mike Mandel in 1975. The sets were rehoused into acid free sleeves and the original gum from each set was discarded at time of processing due to deterioration. The order of the cards listed in the finding aid represents the order the cards were in their original packets.

The Photographic Materials series is comprised of negatives, contact sheets, and transparencies made by Arthur Bell from circa 1962 until circa 2010. The series is organized by size of negative or transparency and includes both color and black and white materials. Much of this material was made in and around the Chicago area and document Bell’s exploration of the medium of photography including experimentation in exposure and depth of field. Included in the photographic materials are photographs made of Henry Moore sculptures (6X6 black and white) done in 1967. Additional subject matter includes images from his travels and portraits of friends and family members.

The final series, Moving Images, consists of four reels of 8mm film. These films are unidentified and undated.


Arrangement

The Collection is arranged into the following series:
Series 1: Correspondence
Series 2: Biographical Materials
Subseries 1: Arthur Bell
Subseries 2: Education
Subseries 3: Mementos
Subseries 4: Photographs
Series 3: Activity Files
Subseries 1: Calendars/Day Planners
Subseries 2: Employment
Subseries 3: Exhibitions
Subseries 4: Financial Records
Subseries 5: Photo Projects
Subseries 6: Published Materials
Subseries 7: Travel
Series 4: Photographers Baseball Cards, 1975
Series 5: Photographic Materials
Series 6: Moving Images

Restrictions

Conditions Governing Access

Access to this collection requires an appointment with the Volkerding Study Center.

Conditions Governing Use

Copyright to the Arthur J. Bell Papers is held by the Center for Creative Photography.

It is the responsibility of the user to obtain permission from the copyright owner (which could be the institution, the creator of the record, the author or his/her transferees, heirs, legates or literary executors) prior to any copyright-protected uses of the collection.

The user agrees to indemnify, defend, and hold harmless the Arizona Board of Regents, the University of Arizona, Center of Creative Photography, including its officers, employees, and agents, from and against all claims made relating to copyright or other intellectual property infringement


Controlled Access Terms

Personal Name(s)
Bell, Arthur J. (1942-2010) [http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/no2009000446]


Administrative Information

Custodial History

Gift of the Arthur J. Bell Trust, 2010.

Preferred Citation

Arthur J. Bell Papers, 1850s-2010, bulk 1960s-2000s. AG 234. Center for Creative Photography, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona.

Processing Information

Processed by Andy Belone, 2011; Kari Quiballo, 2013; Irlanda Jacinto, 2013; and David Benjamin, 2013-2014.

Finding aid updated by Meghan Jordan in June 2016.


Other Finding Aid

Please visit the CCP website for a more descriptive version of the finding aid, which includes a detailed inventory list.


Container List

Series 1: Correspondence 1950-1998
Subseries 1: Selected
BoxFolder
11 Bullock, [Edna], 1976
12 Crane, Barbara, 1989, 1994
13 Moore, Henry, 1969
Subseries 2: General
BoxFolder
14 General correspondence, 1950-1998, n.d.
Series 2: Biographical Materials, 1850s – 2000s
Subseries 1: Arthur Bell
BoxFolder
15 Passport and Identification cards, birth certificate, 1940s-2000s
16 Medical Records, 1982, 1900, 1998
Subseries 2: Education
BoxFolder
17-10 Class Notebooks
BoxFolder
21-5 Class Notebooks
26 Journal
Box
3 Diplomas
BoxFolder
231 Dietician food plan, 1982
Subseries 3: Mementos
BoxFolder
232-3 Business Cards
234 Iceland-stamps, postcards, and pamphlet
235 Michigan Straits Area Travelers Directory, 1980-1981
236 Miscellaneous, 1970s-1990s
237 Pima Air Museum Pamphlet, undated
BoxFolder
27 Janice Bell
Subseries 4: Photographs
BoxFolder
131 Arthur Bell, Childhood/Youth, circa 1943-1950s
Box
14 Arthur Bell, Camp Indianola Group Photo, Madison, Wisconsin, 1953-1957
BoxFolder
132 Photocopies of photograph of Arthur
133 Bell, Adult, 1960s-2000s
BoxFolder
141 Bell, Oversize
BoxFolder
265-7 Bell, Self Portraits
BoxFolder
134 Janice Bell
135-6 Arthur and Janice Bell, Portraits
BoxFolder
264 Arthur and Janice Bell, Wedding and Reception, 1974
268-9 Arthur and Janice Bell, With their dog Pookie, 1976, 1983
BoxFolder
142-4 Family Album Pages, 1944-1946
145 Family Group Photograph
BoxFolder
137 Family Celebration
BoxFolder
2610 Jim Frank
263 Car Damage Insurance, 1968
2611-13 Color prints, unidentified peopl
BoxFolder
1310 Black and White prints, unidentified people
Box
14 Group Banquet Photograph
14 Negatives
BoxFolder
151 Daguerreotype, Man [in case]
152 Daguerreotype, Man [no case]
153 Daguerreotype, Two Boys [no case]
154 Daguerreotype, Unidentifiable [no case, badly deteriorated]
155 Button Photograph of Woman
156 Tintype, Group of Women
BoxFolder
138 Tintype, Young Woman, Couple
139 Cartes-de-visite
Series 3: Activity Files, 1962-2010
Subseries 1: Calendars/Day Planners
Box
4 , 1973-1977, 1979-1984, 1986-1989, 1995, 1998-2002, 2004-2008, 2010
BoxFolder
51-2 , 1983-1984
53-14 , 1986-1997
BoxFolder
61-6 , 1998-2003
BoxFolder
71-2 , 2004, 2007
Box
8-9 Notebooks/Addresses/Schedules [loose pages]
Subseries 2: Employment
BoxFolder
73 Resumes
74 Inquiries, 1976-1977
75 NEA Grant Application, 1984
76 Teaching, Columbia College, 1979-1981, 1983
77 General Literature/Information
78 Job Description, Assistant to Arthur Bell
Subseries 3: Exhibitions, 1969-1985
BoxFolder
101 Solo, “Arthur Bell Photographs,” Columbia College, Chicago, Illinois, 1969
102 Solo, “Instituto Mexicano Norteamericano De Relaaciones Culturales”, Mexico City, 1981-1983
103 Solo, “Arthur Bell/Abstract Representation”, Northern Illinois University Art Museum, 1994
104 Group, “3 Photographers-3 Sculptors,” Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art, Chicago, Illinois, 1978
105 Group, “Nine Photographers”, Douglas Kenyon Gallery, Chicago, Illinois, 1979
106 Group, “Elliott Erwitt and Arthur Bell”, Douglas Kenyon Gallery, Chicago, Illinois, 1981
107 Group, “Illinois Photographers ‘82”, Illinois State Museum, Springfield, Illinois, 1982
108 Group, “Clay/Photography”, Somerset County College Art Gallery, North Branch, New Jersey, 1982
109 Group, “Grant Park Exhibit”, Columbia College, Chicago, Illinois, 1984
1010 Group, “Motordrive Juried Exhibition”, Alfred P. Sloan Museum, Flint, Michigan, 1984
1011 Group, “4th Annual Light Factory National Juried Exhibition”, Charlotte, North Carolina, 1984
1012 Group, “Illinois Photographers ‘85”, Illinois State Museum, Springfield, Illinois, 1985
1013 Submissions, Returned, 1980-1984, undated
Subseries 4: Financial Records, 1977-1995
BoxFolder
238 Auto repair and utility receipts
239 “Bank deposits: receipts” 1982, 1987
2310 Checkbook and tax incentive handout, undated
BoxFolder
79 Camera Equipment and Processing Receipts, 1967-2003
710 Pay Stubs
711 Schneider Gallery, Inc. Consignments, 1994-1995
Subseries 5: Photo Projects, 1962-1978
BoxFolder
712 Photographic Equipment Manuals
BoxFolder
321 Postcard layout, 1978
BoxFolder
221 Randall House, Pamphlet introducing project, 1963, 1968
222-5 Randall House, Black and White prints, 1963, 1968
BoxFolder
341-4 Randall House, 35mm black and white contact sheets, 1964
BoxFolder
351-7 Randall House, 35mm black and white contact sheets, 1968
BoxFolder
361 Unknown Project, 1962
362 SWAP Project, 1962-1963
363-5 Henley Essay: Quaker House, 1962-1963
366-8 Street School, 1972-1973
Subseries 6: Published Materials
While some of the publications were written about Bell, the majority of publications were collected by Bell.
BoxFolder
1014 About Bell, 1971, 1980
1015 Exhibition Catalogs, 1970-1993
1016 Periodicals, 1975-1983
1017 Articles [photocopies], 1978-1982
BoxFolder
128 Portfolio Three, Todd Walker, 1969
BoxFolder
1018 Thesis, Essay, Poems, 1966, undated
BoxFolder
713 Society for Photographic Education, 1984
Subseries 7: Travel
BoxFolder
111 Paris, France, 1982 June-July
112 Tucson, Arizona, 1985 March
113 Iceland, 1986 August
114 Iceland, 1987 August - September
115 Iceland, 1988 July – September
116 Iceland, 1989 August – September
117 Amsterdam, 1994 May - June
118 Maps, Iceland, 1969-1985
119 Maps, United States
Series 4: Photographers Baseball Cards, 1975
Note: Each folder contains the cards found in each set. The order in the list indicates the original order within each set. The chewing gum was discarded at time of processing due to deterioration and possible contamination of cards.
BoxFolder
121 John Schulze, 106
121 Burke Uzzle, 43
121 Grace Mayer, 23
121 Elaine Mayes, 11
121 Chuck Swedlund, 99
121 John Benson, 64
121 Eddie Sievers, 49
121 Charley Roitz, 97
121 Bunny Yeager, 118
121 Leonard Free, 16
121 Al Coleman, 39
121 Checklist
122 Jim Dow, 11
122 Bunny Yeager, 118
122 Bill Eggleston, 126
122 Timo Pajunen, 86
122 Bob Flick, 1
122 Naomi Savage, 58
12 Checklist
122 Reg Heron, 122
122 Bob Cumming, 56
122 Len Gittleman, 134
123 Bob Flick, 1
123 Arthur Tress, 69
123 Bob Flick, 1
123 Duke Baltz, 78
123 Anne Noggle, 85
123 Checklist
123 Jim Hajicek, 35
123 Joel Meyerowitz, 2
123 Jim Dow, 44
123 John Divola, 59
123 Minor White, 50
124 Lee Rice, 108
124 Grace Mayer, 23
124 Van Deren Coke, 3
124 Bob Fichter, 128
124 Robert Doherty, 92
124 Checklist
124 Dennis Hearne, 10
124 Conrad Pressma, 124
124 Bart Parker, 12
124 Arthur Siegel, 15
124 Art Sinsabaugh, 96
125 Al Sweetman, 7
125 Phil Perkis, 29
125 Jim Hajicek, 35
125 Ansel Adams, 21
125 Joel Meyerowitz, 2
125 Richard Link, 53
125 Naomi Savage, 58
125 Bill Arnold, 34
125 Charley Roitz, 97
125 Elliot Erwitt, 133
126 Harry Callahan, 18
126 Lee Witkin, 6
126 Ellen Brooks, 9
126 Dennis Hearne, 10
126 Michael Simon, 30
126 Lee Witkin, 6
126 Mike Bishop, 127
126 Ron Walker, 5
126 John Benson, 64
126 Van Deren Coke, 3
127 Joe Jachna, 93
127 Al Sweetman, 7
127 Todd Walker, 46
127 Timo Pajunen, 86
127 Carl Chiarenza, 61
127 Lee Witkin, 6
127 Checklist
127 Oscar Bailey, 94
127 Grace Mayer, 23
127 Catharine Jansey, 47
127 Joel Meyerowitz, 2
Series 5: Photographic Materials, 1962-2010
BoxFolder
161 6 x 6 cm color, Morton’s Arboretum, 1969
162 6 x 6 cm color, Morton’s Arboretum and Junk Yard, 1969-1970
163 6 x 6 cm color, Lakeview neighborhood, Chicago, Illinois, 1978
164 6 x 6 cm color, Tanks Project, 1978-1979
165 6 x 6 cm color, Old Chicago Brewery, 1979
166 6 x 6 cm color, Southern Wisconsin, 1979-1980
167 6 x 6 cm color, Europe, 1982
168 6 x 6 cm color, Construction Site, Near North Chicago, Illinois, 1983
169 6 x 6 cm color, Mexico City, 1983
1610 6 x 6 cm color, Chicago, Illinois, Aerial Views, 1984
1611 6 x 6 cm color, Landscapes, undated
1612 6 x 6 black and white, Objects, 1965
1613 6 x 6 black and white, Dots and Lines, 1965
1614 6 x 6 black and white, Plants, 1965
1615 6 x 6 black and white, Nite City and Night, 1966
1616 6 x 6 black and white, Time Problem, 1966
1617 6 x 6 black and white, Evidence of Man, 1966
1618 6 x 6 black and white, Space, 1966
1619 6 x 6 black and white, Wisconsin Floors, 1966
1620 6 x 6 black and white, Rectangles, 1966
1621 6 x 6 black and white, Moore Sculpture, 1967
BoxFolder
171 6 x 6 black and white, Various Subjects, 1967
172 6 x 6 black and white, Portraits, 1967
173 6 x 6 black and white, Lens Problem, 1967
174 6 x 6 black and white, Neg Prints, 1967
175 6 x 6 black and white, Deep Space Portraits, 1967
176 6 x 6 black and white, S.P.A.N. House, 1975
177 6 x 6 black and white, Miscellaneous: Nature and General, 1975
178 6 x 6 black and white, Various Subjects, undated
179 6 x 6 black and white, Miscellaneous, undated
1710 6 x 7 cm, 1st Plaubel Test, West Irving Park Road, Chicago, 1981
1711 6 x 7 cm, Chicago, Illinois, 1981-1982, 1985
1712 6 x 7 cm, Northern Illinois, 1982
1713 6 x 7 cm, Northern Indiana, 1982
1714 6 x 7 cm, Gary, Indiana, 1982
1715 6 x 7 cm, Chicago and Southern Michigan, 1982
1716 6 x 7 cm, Chicago Park Project, 1983
1717 6 x 7 cm, Family portraits, Pacific Palisades, California, 1983
1718 6 x 7 cm, Los Angeles, California, 1983
1719 6 x 7 cm, Calumet City, Illinois, Environs, 1983
1720 6 x 7 cm, Auto Wreckage Yard, Woodstock, Illinois, 1983
1721 6 x 7 cm, Near Chicago (Hammond, Indiana), 1983
BoxFolder
181 6 x 7 cm, Chicago, Illinois, 1983
182 6 x 7 cm, Blue Island, Illinois, [Four Start Auto Parts], 1983-1984
183 6 x 7 cm, Des Plains, Illinois, 1983, 1985
184 6 x 7 cm, (Route 14 Auto Wreckage Yard), Stockton, Illinois, 1984
185 6 x 7 cm, Calumet Auto Wrecking, Hammond, Indiana, 1984
186 6 x 7 cm, Auto Wreckage Shots, Bensenville, Illinois, 1984
187 6 x 7 cm, Cancun, Mexico, 1984
188 6 x 7 cm, Mid City Auto Wreckage Yard, Chicago, Illinois, 1984
189 6 x 7 cm, Lester Super Auto Parts, Chicago, Illinois, 1984
1810 6 x 7 cm, Airplanes, Pima Air Museum, Details, Tucson, Arizona, 1985
1811 6 x 7 cm, Racine Avenue Details, Chicago, Illinois, 1985
1812 6 x 7 cm, Aruba, 1985
1813 6 x 7 cm, Puerto Rico, 1984
BoxFolder
191-2 6 x 7 cm, Ísafjörður, Iceland, 1986
193 6 x 7 cm, Chicago, IL, 1987
194-5 6 x 7 cm, Iceland, 1987
BoxFolder
201 6 x 7 cm, Morton Arboretum, 1987
202 6 x 7 cm, Ashland Avenue Chicago, Illinois, 1988
203 6 x 7 cm, Iceland, 1988-1989
204 6 x 7 cm, Halstead Construction, Chicago, Illinois, 1991
205 6 x 7 cm, Junkyards and Milwaukee Avenue, [Clybourn] Avenue, Chicago, Illinois, 1991
206 6 x 7 cm, Boat Yard, Chicago, Illinois, 1991
207 6 x 7 cm, [Store Window and White Wall], 1991
208 6 x 7 cm, Nursery near Hampshire, [Illinois], 1991
209-10 6 x 7 cm, Industrial Abstracts and Environment Images, Hampshire, Illinois, 1991-1992
2011 6 x 7 cm, Near Milwaukee Avenue, Chicago, Illinois, 1992
BoxFolder
1912 6 x 7 cm, Tanks, Barrington, Illinois, 1992
BoxFolder
211 6 x 7 cm, Translucent Forms Project, Northern. Illinois, 1993
212 6 x 7 cm, Off Church Road, Hampshire, Illinois, 1993
213 6 x 7 cm, Near Marengo, Illinois, 1993
214 6 x 7 cm, Amsterdam, Holland, 1994
215 6 x 7 cm, Volo, near Belvedere and Crystal Lake, Illinois, 1995
216 6 x 7 cm, Stone Harbour, New Jersey, 1996
217 6 x 7 cm, Family Portraits, undated
218 6 x 7 cm, [Nature Landscapes/Studies], undated
219 6 x 7 cm, Unidentified, undated
BoxFolder
226 6 x 8 cm Black and White, Artificial Negatives, 1996
227 6 x 8 cm Black and White, Miscellaneous Nature, 1975-1976
228 6 x 8 cm Black and White, Miscellaneous Chicago and General, 19796-1977
BoxFolder
2110 6 x 9 cm, Morton’s Aborium [Arboretum], 1972
2111 6 x 9 cm, Nature landscapes, 1972
2112 6 x 9 cm, Nature, Lincoln Woods, Providence, Rhode Island, 1975
2113 6 x 9 cm, Morton’s Arborium [Aboretum], 1976
2114 6 x 9 cm, Chicago Cityscape, Chicago, Illinois, 1976
2115 6 x 9 cm, Tanks, 1977
2116 6 x 9 cm, Arthur and Janice Bell, 1977
2117 6 x 9 cm, Tanks, 1977-1978
2118 6 x 9 cm, Near Deep Tunnel Project, Western Suburbs of Chicago, Illinois, 1978-1979
2119 6 x 9 cm, Southern Wisconsin, 1979
2120 6 x 9 cm, [Tanks Project], Illinois, 1979
2121 6 x 9 cm, Industrial Environment, Chicago, Illinois, 1979-82
2122 6 x 9 cm, [Tanks], undated
BoxFolder
229 4 x 5 in. Black and White, Graphics Problem, 1965
2210 4 x 5 in. Black and White, Wisconsin, 1967
2211 4 x 5 in. Black and White, Portraits, 1967
BoxFolder
261 4 x 5 in. Color, 15 original abstract images included are original paper sleeves numbered to correspond to images
262 4 x 5 in. Color, Double Exposures, 1968
BoxFolder
241 35mm black and white, Random Shooting, 1961-1963
242 35mm black and white, European trip, summer 1963
243 35mm black and white, Terry and Marty composite shots, 1964
244 35mm black and white, Lawn Party, summer 1965
245 35mm black and white, Address, 1965
246 35mm black and white, Florence, 1966 February
247 35mm black and white, Objects, 1966 winter
248 35mm black and white, Mark and Anna, 1967
249-13 35mm black and white, Random Grouping, 1967
BoxFolder
251 35mm black and white, People- Random Grouping, 1967
252 35mm black and white, Movement, 1967
253 35mm black and white, Iowa, 1968
254 35mm black and white, Irene, Tom, and John, Portraits, 1977
255 35mm black and white, Miscellaneous Chicago shots, 1977
256 35mm black and white, Great American Amusement Park, 1978
257 35mm black and white, Miscellaneous, undated
258 35mm color, Trailer trip, 1977
259 35mm color, Construction of new home, 1978
2510 35mm color, Various locations and subjects, 1978-1983
2511 35mm color, Light Forms, 1979-1982
2512 35mm color, Mexico City, 1980, 1982-1983
2513 35mm color, France, 1982
2514 35mm color, Hampshire, IL, 1991
2515 35mm color, Landscapes and Portraits, undated
BoxFolder
2312 35mm color, Travel, Friends and family, and miscellaneous 1961, 1969, 1982-84
2313 35mm color, Iceland, Illinois, 1985-1992
Box
29-30 35mm color, Travel, Friends and family, and miscellaneous 1961, 1969, 1982-84
Box
28 35mm color, Miscellaneous and abstractions, undated
BoxFolder
2212 Chromogenic Prints, undated
Box
27 Polaroid, 100 Film
271-4 Polaroid, 100 Film Nature
275 Polaroid, 600 Film, Mexico
276 Polaroid, 600 Film, Light Study
277 Polaroid, 4x5 Black and white, Composition shots
278 Polaroid, 4x5 Black and white, Portraits
279 Polaroid, Polarcolor Print mounts
2710 Polaroid, Dog in mask
2711-12 Polaroid, Walls
Box
32 16x20 Color Prints
Box
33 16x20 Color Prints
Box
31 Prints, black and white, various colors
BoxFolder
2311 Box originally containing Polaroid’s in folders 10-12
Series 6: Audiovisual Materials, moving image
Box
28 8mm reels, undated