The Alan D. Hunter photographs span the years 1960s-2002 and encompass more than 100 linear feet. The
manuscript material consists almost entirely of clippings and miscellaneous correspondence. There is a
small amount of material on the Hollywood Foreign Press Association as well as carbons of stories. The
photograph series includes 1,448 rolls of 35mm original color negatives comprising approximately 43,000
individual images, with matching proof sheets or slides.
Alan Derek Hunter was a British entertainment journalist and still photographer active from the 1950s
through 2002. He became a member of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association in 1952 and covered not only
most of its events, including the Golden Globe Awards, but also the Academy Awards, Emmy Awards, film
premieres, parties, press conferences, and many other film industry functions. His photographs appeared
in many film-related publications, with extensive visibility in many Australian, British, German, and
Japanese film magazines.
108 linear feet of photographs.
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