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Editor's Subject: QUERY: Photographs of Indigenous Peoples
Author's Subject: QUERY: Photographs of Indigenous Peoples
Date Written: Wed, 8 Oct 1997 22:51:29 +1300
Date Posted: Thu, 08 Oct 1997 17:34:17 -0400
Collection Name: Sport and Leisure - Merton Memories Photographic Archive
Produced by Merton Library and Heritage Service, the Merton Memories website offers unprecedented access to a unique collection of photographs charting the history of Merton over the past 150 years.
Merton has many famous associations from Lord Nelson and designer, William Morris, to the early British film industry, the story of the London Underground and the world famous Wimbledon tennis championships.
A new international exhibition featuring stories and images about civil rights in Pittsburgh is now running in two countries, along with a free companion app with the full exhibition content available for use in research and teaching.
Collection Description (from online finding aid): Forrest “Bud” Harris was a commercial and advertising photographer. Born and based in Pittsburgh, Pa., his professional clients included a variety of local corporate and non-profit institutions.
Collection Description (from online finding aid): Joel B. Levinson, an independent photographer in Pittsburgh, Pa., who worked primarily in the 1980s and 1990s, produced numerous calendars, postcards, and photographic essays highlighting the people, events, and structures of the city under the name Pittsburghscape.
Collection Name: Lawrence Levy Collection of Golf Photography
Collection Description (From Online Finding Aid Link): This collection, along with the George M. Cowie Collection, provides a strong photographic resource for golf historians and researchers and serves as a firm foundation in our development of a world-class facility for the study of the history of golf in the Special Collections Division of the University of St Andrews.
Information from Ramon Sarró.
The National Ethnographic Museum of Bissau: Thirty Years of History
The Commons is a collection of photographs donated by more than 100 libraries and archives hosted on Flickr.
To have their photographs accepted, the institution must state that there are "no known copyright restrictions" for the photographs.
Photos are searchable by institution and topic. When I searched on "contagion" I retrieved over 900 images--many of them were prints or similar images, not just photos.
Collection Description (from online finding aid): Vern Ross of Lower Hutt, became interested in professional wrestling as a school boy and began collecting material relating to the sport in 1936. His collection includes yearly scrapbooks (1871-1999), files on the careers of NZ wrestlers, programmes, results sheets, photographs, posters, and a large collection of books and magazines on the sport published particularly in New Zealand, the U.S.A., and Germany.
Includes photographs, video & audio tapes, publications, & posters.