The Chiapas Photography Project collection consists of administrative files, correspondence, publications, photographs, and
other materials. The Chiapas Photography Project was an organization started by Sister Carlota Duarte to teach photography
to indigenous Mayan Indians in the state of Chiapas, Mexico.
The Chiapas Photography Project (CPP) was founded in 1992 by Sister Carlota Duarte, RSCJ. Sister Carlota Duarte is a religious
sister with the Society of the Sacred Heart, a teacher, and a visual artist with a Master's degree in Fine Arts from the Rhode
Island School of Design.
18 Linear Feet
(42 manuscript boxes, 2 flat boxes, 1 hard drive)
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Born-digital material is closed until processed.