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Philip Hugh Stanton collection
General Photo Collection (GPC) boxes 144 - 155  
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Description
A collection of approximately 14,000 slides taken by photographer Philip Hugh Stanton at international cultural festivals in Southern California, landmarks in Greece and China, scenery of clouds, sunsets and the moon, college gymnasts and of models participating in the Los Angeles Photo Club. The slides date from 1978 to 1993.
Background
Philip Stanton was born in 1940 and worked as an engineer for Douglas Aircraft and Jet Propulsion Laboratory. In 1977, at the age of 37, he studied photography at the Otis Art Institute and began taking pictures as a hobby. Despite his skill and professional equipment, he never worked as a contract photographer, nor sold any of his work, but would occasionally project his slides for friends and family. His interest in cultural festivals is the focus of his work, and chose subjects that allowed him to creatively work with color, such as the colorful costumes and adornments worn by the performers, dramatic sunsets, and deep blue oceans.
Extent
6 linear feet.
Restrictions
Any reproduction, redistribution, publication, or other use, by any means, without prior written permission is prohibited. Photocopies, copy prints or digital images can be provided. With the proper fees and permissions, many images can be used in commercial and non-profit applications. For personal and commercial uses of the Library's images, the Library will send to the user a Release Form which states permissions to images and copyright restrictions. This agreement must be returned to the library before the order will be processed. It will also state proper credit to be used for the product whenever photographs are used in commercial or non-profit situations. Further information regarding Use and Reproduction may be found on the Library’s website: http://www.lapl.org/catalog/photo_order_info.html
Availability
Collection open for research.