The American Society of Cinematographers collection spans the years 1917-1998 and encompasses 55.5
linear feet. The collection consists of membership files, minutes of board meetings, awards program
books, magazines, brochures, press releases, clippings, correspondence, interview transcripts,
scrapbooks, tape recordings, and photographs. The photographs consist largely of material submitted to
and/or published in "American Cinematographer" and photographs from the membership files.
The American Society of Cinematographers (ASC), created in 1919, is an educational, social, and
professional organization based in Hollywood, California, with an invitation only membership of motion
picture directors of photography. The ASC has published "American Cinematographer" magazine since
13 linear feet of papers.
42.5 linear feet of photographs.
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