The George E. Stone photographs of architecture, fine arts and decorative arts are comprised of images of works of art and
architecture in England and Italy made by this photographer and educator on a year-long trip to Europe in 1930 and 1931. The
archive also includes a small number of photographs from other projects, as well as related documentation of Stone's career.
George Eathl Stone was a documentary filmmaker, photographer, zoologist and educator. Stone was born February 22, 1889 in
Annandale, Minnesota, but by 1900 the family had moved to the Los Angeles area. Stone's interest in photography developed
early and he purchased his first camera while still a teenager.
17.9 linear feet
Library Reproductions and Permissions.
Open for use by qualified researchers, with the exception of the negatives.