Public Information Office photographs PUB.001.002

This finding aid was created by Natalie de Almeida and Hannah Moshier
Los Angeles County Museum of Art
5905 Wilshire Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90036
Business Number: 323-857-6118

Contributing Institution: Los Angeles County Museum of Art
Title: Public Information Office photographs
Identifier/Call Number: PUB.001.002
Physical Description: 24.6 Linear Feet (59 boxes)
Date (inclusive): 1944-1989
Date (bulk): 1960-1975
Language of Material: English .

Biographical / Historical

These photographs and records were most likely compiled by or for the Public Information Office of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) for reference and/or publicity use. The bulk of these photographs were created by the staff of LACMA's Photographic Services department. The Photographic Services department fulfilled requests from museum staff for original photography or reproductions of existing photography of museum events, staff, art objects, and installations for the purposes of reference, publication, publicity, and other purposes. LACMA's Photographic Services department has been in existence since at least 1964 when staff documented the move of the museum's art collections from Exhibition Park to its location on Wilshire Boulevard. Photographs taken before 1964 were likely produced by photographers employed by the Los Angeles County Museum of Science, History, and Art before the Art Division separated to become LACMA.

Scope and Contents

This collection consists of 59 boxes totaling 24.6 linear feet, dating from 1944 to 1989 (bulk 1960 to 1975) organized in two series. The bulk of the collection are black and white photographic prints and negatives and also includes color transparencies, black and white contact sheets, and color and black and white slides. Also present are memos, request for photograph forms, photograph labels, exhibition brochures, newspaper clippings, and press releases.
The Exhibition Photographs series primarily comprises object photography pertaining to museum exhibitions as well as photography of installed artworks. Objects depicted are from LACMA's permanent collection or were loan objects. Exhibitions represented in this series took place from 1944 to 1989. Exhibitions for which installation photography is present include Master Works of Mexican Art (EX. 1292), Robert Irwin- Kenneth Price (EX. 1320), Picasso: 60 Years of Graphic Works (EX. 1325), Man Ray (EX. 1326), Sculpture of Black Africa: the Paul Tishman Collection (EX. 1359), American Sculpture of the Sixties (EX. 1331), Installation of Planes (Braniff) Decorated by Alexander Calder (EX. 1468), Chinese Paintings from the Cahill Collection (EX. 1481) and others. Photographs of events related to the exhibitions can be found in Reuben Nakian - Sculpture and Drawings (EX. 1272), Philip Guston Exhibition (EX. 1288), Six Painters and the Object (EX. 1290), Master Works of Mexican Art (EX. 1292), The Bitter Years: 1935-1941 (EX. 1298), Art Treasures of Turkey (EX. 1321), Kate Steinitz Collection (EX. 1374) and others. Exhibitions 947 through 1292 (dating from 1944 to 1964) took place at the Los Angeles County Museum of Science, History and Art, now the location of the Natural History Museum located at Exposition Park, while the rest of the exhibitions were installed at the Museum's location on Wilshire Blvd.
The Non-Exhibition Photographs series comprises photography that is not related to an exhibition held at the Museum. Photographs date from between 1950 and 1989 or are undated, and depict galleries, museum buildings and facilities, staff, visitors and events. People depicted include museum trustees, volunteers, curators, security, art preparation, library and registrarial staff, including LACMA's first director Richard Brown. The file titled "LACMA Pre-1975 Move to New Location" depicts museum staff and volunteers packing, transporting and unpacking museum collections when LACMA moved to its new campus on Wilshire Boulevard in 1964.


This collection contains two series. The Exhibition Photographs series is arranged by the Museum's exhibition/project number assigned by the museum registrar in roughly chronological order. The Non-Exhibition Photographs series is arranged alphabetically by subject as they appeared in the original folder title. Folder titles in each series were transcribed without changes but mispellings were corrected.

Processing Information

The Public Information Office photographs was arranged and described, and this finding aid created, between April 2014 and October 2015 by interns and archivist Jessica Gambling. Intern Natalie de Almeida arranged, described and rehoused the Non-Exhibition Photographs series in April of 2014. Intern Hannah Moshier arranged, described and rehoused the bulk of the Exhibition Photographs series from June to September 2014. Intern Karen Karyadi completed the integration and description of separated materials into the Exhibitions Photographs series from March to June 2015. This finding aid was completed by Jessica Gambling in September 2015. Julia Han rehoused and re-numbered boxes and folders and revised the finding aid in 2024.

Conditions Governing Access

Open for use by qualified researchers and by appointment only through the Los Angeles County Museum of Art Balch Art Research Library. Telephone 323-857-6118 or email

Conditions Governing Use

Contact the Balch Research Library at 323-856-6118 or for information on publishing or reproducing materials included in these records. For some photography permission will be granted by the Los Angeles County Museum of Art as the owner of the physical materials, and does not imply permission from the copyright holder. It is the responsibility of the researcher to obtain all necessary permissions from the copyright holder.

Preferred Citation

[Description of item], Public Information Office photographs, Los Angeles County Museum of Art Balch Art Research Library, PUB.001.002.

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Museum buildings -- California -- Los Angeles
Art museums -- California -- Los Angeles
Art museums -- Exhibitions -- California -- Los Angeles

box 1-51

Exhibition photographs 1/23/1944-1/8/1989 1960-1975

Physical Description: 19.6 Linear Feet51 Hollinger boxes
Language of Material: English.

Scope and Contents

The exhibitions photographs series consists of 51 Hollinger boxes (21.3 linear feet) of primarily graphic materials, including 8x10 in. black and white prints, 4x5 in. black and white negatives, 8x10 in. black and white negatives, 4x5 in. color transparencies, contact sheets, and slides. Other materials include memos, request for photograph forms, unattached photograph labels, exhibition brochures, newspaper clippings, and press releases. The series is arranged by exhibition number, a unique identifying number assigned by the Museum's Registrar at the time it was approved to take place. The numbering system allows for a roughly chronological arrangement of files.
The photographs and other materials in this series date from 1944 to 1989 with the majority of the material dating from 1960 to 1975. Not all exhibitions are represented. There are significant gaps from 1945 to 1955 and from 1976 to 1984 where no exhibition files are present.
The bulk of the collection depicts art objects such as paintings, drawings, prints, sculpture, textiles, and decorative art objects from museum exhibitions. Styles and periods represented in the exhibitions range from Renaissance to modern and contemporary as well as ancient art from modern day Greece, Egypt, Iran, Mexico and other countries and regions. There is also a significant number of installation shots from exhibitions such as David Smith: A Memorial Exhibition (EX. 1310), Sterling Holloway's "Especially For Children" (EX. 1311), Robert Irwin- Kenneth Price (EX. 1320), Picasso: 60 Years of Graphic Works (EX. 1325), Man Ray (EX. 1326), John Mason Sculpture (EX. 1327), Ten Italian Architects (EX. 1330), American Sculpture of the Sixties (EX. 1331), Fantastics and Eccentrics in Chinese Paintings (EX. 1334), R.M. Schindler (EX. 1337), Homage to Rodin - Sculpture Exhibition (EX. 1340), A Remembrance of Mariano Fortuny (EX. 1343), Chaim Soutine (EX. 1344), Dorothea Lange Photography (EX. 1345), Eight American Masters of Watercolor (EX. 1346), Master Bronzes of the Classical World (EX. 1348), Children's Costumes (EX. 1350), Sculpture of Black Africa: the Paul Tishman Collection (EX. 1359), Late Fifties at the Ferus (EX. 1360), Billy Al Bengston (EX. 1361), Ballet Costumes From Les Ballets Russes de Serge De Diaghilev (EX. 1367), Master Craftsmen of Ancient Peru (EX. 1368), George Brecht: The Book of the Tumbler on Fire Selected Works from Volume I (EX. 1369), Willem De Kooning (EX. 1373), The Smart Set: Fashions from 1910-1930 (EX. 1376), Stephan Von Huene: the Rosebud Annunciator (EX. 1377), Textiles of the Edo Period (EX. 1387), Chinese Paintings from the Morse Collection: In Pursuit of Antiquity (EX. 1388 A), The Armand Hammer Collection (EX. 1412), Market Street Program (EX. 1418), Abstract Design in American Quilts (EX. 1419), The American West (EX. 1421), Japanese Prints: Contemporary Period (EX. 1429), Views of the Earth: Robert Bucknam (EX. 1457), Paul Strand Exhibition (EX. 1458), Funerary Art of China, Han Through T'ang Dynasties (EX. 1460), Installation of Planes (Braniff) Decorated by Alexander Calder (EX. 1468), Chinese Ceramics: The Heeramaneck Collection (EX. 1473), Monumental Silver From the Gilbert Collection (EX. 1477), Chinese Paintings from the Cahill Collection (EX. 1481), The Art of the Japanese Sword (EX. 1489), Gustave Moreau Exhibition (EX. 1491), Man & Beast: Mythical Images from Egypt and West Asia (EX. 1747).
Exhibition installation photographs from the Los Angeles County Museum of Science, History and Art, now the Natural History Museum located at Exposition Park, can be found in the files for Rococo, 18th Century Costumes and Textiles exhibition (EX. 1254), Polish National Costumes exhibition (EX. 1271), and the Phillip Guston Exhibition (EX. 1288).
Photographs of events such as members' previews, exhibition openings, and runway shows can be found in the files for Reuben Nakian - Sculpture and Drawings (EX. 1272), Philip Guston Exhibition (EX. 1288), Six Painters and the Object (EX. 1290), Master Works of Mexican Art (EX. 1292), The Bitter Years: 1935-1941 (EX. 1298), Art Treasures of Turkey (EX. 1321), Chaim Soutine (EX. 1344), The Bridal Tradition (EX. 1345 B), Edvard Munch: Lithographs, Etchings, Woodcuts (EX. 1364), Rembrandt Etchings (from Local Collections) (EX. 1366), Kate Steinitz Collection (EX. 1374), and Youth Expression '72 Winning Entries (EX. 1431 A). The file for Master Works of Mexican Art (EX. 1292) also includes photographs depicting the transportation and installation of an Olmec Colossal Head in front of the Exposition Park building. It weighed roughly six tons and dated from about the 9th Century B.C. Exhibitions for Reuben Nakian, Philip Guston and Six Painters and the Object also took place in the Exposition Park building before the Museum moved to its current location. The file for Installation of Planes (Braniff) Decorated by Alexander Calder (EX. 1468) includes a photograph of Alexander Calder working on a plane model that can later be seen installed in the Ahmanson building.

Processing Information

The Exhibition Photographs series was arranged by exhibition number by Natalie de Almeida who also completed this inventory. Hannah Moshier rehoused the material and completed the Scope and Content Note.


This series is arranged by exhibition number and correspond roughly to the order in which the exhibitions took place. Folder titles were not changed but mispellings were corrected.
box 1, folder 1

EX. 947, 2000 years of silk weaving. 1/23/1944-2/28/1944

box 1, folder 2-3

EX. 1163, The Walter P. Chrysler Jr. Collection. 1956

box 1, folder 4

EX. 1175, Romantic Fashions. December 12, 1956 - May 20, 1957

box 1, folder 5

EX. 1176, The Arts of the T'ang Dynasty. 1/9/1957-2/17/1957

Scope and Contents

Includes three black and white photographs depicting David Chow, Chairman of the Chinese Cultural Center, with Henry Trubner, Curator of Oriental Arts, at the exhibit. Also included is one black and white installation photograph.
box 1, folder 6

EX. 1227, Woven Treasures of Persian Art. 1959

box 1, folder 7

EX. 1254, Rococo, 18th Century Costumes and Textiles. 11/15/1960

box 1, folder 8-10

EX. 1271, Polish National Costumes. 4/4/1962-6/25/1962

box 2, folder 1-3

EX. 1272, Reuben Nakian - Sculpture and Drawings. 5/16/1962-6/24/1962

box 2, folder 4

EX. 1273, Simon Rodia's Towers in Watts. May 16 - June 14, 1962

box 2, folder 5

EX. 1279, The Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Heller. 9/6/1962-10/14/1962

box 2, folder 6-7

EX. 1288, Philip Guston Exhibition. 5/1963

box 2, folder 8-9

EX. 1290, Six Painters and the Object.

box 3, folder 1-7, box 4, folder 1

EX. 1292, Master Works of Mexican Art.

box 4, folder 2

EX. 1296, Eighteenth Century Venetian Drawings. January 22 - February 16, 1964

box 4, folder 3

EX. 1297, Post Painterly Abstraction April 23 - June 7, 1964

box 4, folder 4-6

EX. 1298, The Bitter Years: 1935-1941. July 2 - August 23, 1964

box 4, folder 7

EX. 1299, Bonnard and His Environment. 3/31/1965-5/30/1965

box 4, folder 8

EX. 1300, Agostino Mitelli Drawings. 3/31/1965-4/30/1965

box 4, folder 9

EX. 1301, Peter Voulkos Sculpture. 4/14/1965-7/11/1965

box 4, folder 10

EX. 1302, New York School: The First Generation. 6/16/1965-8/1/1965

box 4, folder 11

EX. 1303, R.B. Kitaj Paintings and Prints. 8/11/1965-9/12/1965

box 4, folder 12

EX. 1304, 7000 Years of Iranian Art Circulated by the Smithsonian Institute. 8/20/1965-9/26/1965

box 4, folder 13-14

EX. 1305, National Treasures of Japan. 10/2/1965-11/7/1965

box 4, folder 15

EX. 1306, Sketches by Constable. 10/12/1965-11/14/1965

box 5, folder 1

EX. 1307, Knud Merrild 1894-1954. 11/26/1965-12/26/1965

box 5, folder 2

EX. 1308, Five Younger Los Angeles Artists. 11/26/1965-12/26/1965

box 5, folder 3

EX. 1309, John Paul Jones Painting and Sculpture. 11/20/1965-12/26/1965

box 5, folder 4-7

EX. 1310, David Smith: A Memorial Exhibition. 11/3/1965-1/30/1966

box 5, folder 8

EX. 1311, Sterling Holloway's "Especially For Children". 1/11/1966-2/20/1966

box 5, folder 9

EX. 1312, Alberto Giacometti. 1/12/1966-2/20/1966

box 5, folder 10

EX. 1313, Craftsmen USA '66 Southwest Region. 2/9/1966-3/13/1966

box 5, folder 11

EX. 1314, Ancient Art from Afghanistan: Treasures of the Kabul Museum. 3/25/1966-5/15/1966

box 5, folder 12

EX. 1315, Velvets East and West. 3/21/1966-5/15/1966

box 5, folder 13, box 6, folder 1-2

EX. 1316, Edward Kienholz. 3/30/1966-5/15/1966

box 6, folder 3

EX. 1317, Incised Letters, Design, and Calligraphy. 5/24/1966-7/24/1966

box 6, folder 4

EX. 1318, American Paintings from the Metropolitan Museum of Art. 6/3/1966-7/31/1966

box 6, folder 5

EX. 1319, The Ceramic Work of Gertrud and Otto Natzler. 6/15/1966-8/14/1966

box 6, folder 6-7

EX. 1320, Robert Irwin- Kenneth Price. 7/7/1966-9/4/1966

box 7, folder 1

EX. 1321, Art Treasures of Turkey. 8/13/1966-9/25/1966

Scope and Contents

Includes group photograph from October 18, 1965 depicting Mr. George Kuwayama, Mr. Kenneth Donahue, Mr. Mehmet Onder, Mrs. Freeman Gates, Mr. Raci Temizer, and Mr. Ozkaptan
box 7, folder 2

EX. 1322, I Am Alive. 9/5/1966-10/5/1966

box 7, folder 3

EX. 1323, The Sterling Craft. 9/28/1966-11/9/1966

Scope and Contents

Includes 2 photographs of Graham Hughes
box 7, folder 4

EX. 1324, Josef Albers: White Line Squares. 10/26/1966-1/29/1967

box 7, folder 5-9, box 8, folder 1-5

EX. 1325, Picasso: 60 Years of Graphic Works. 10/25/1966-1/1/1967

box 9, folder 1-26

EX. 1326, Man Ray. 10/25/1966-1/1/1967

box 10, folder 1-19

EX. 1327, John Mason Sculpture. 11/16/1966-2/1-1967

box 10, folder 20-22, box 11, folder 1

EX. 1329, Morris Louis. 2/8/1967-4/2/1967

box 11, folder 2-3

EX. 1330, Ten Italian Architects. 2/15/1967-4/2/1967

box 11, folder 4-6, box 12, folder 1-5

EX. 1331, American Sculpture of the Sixties. 4/28/1967-6/25/1967

box 12, folder 6

EX. 1332, Festival Designs by Indigo Jones. 6/16/1967-8/27/1967

box 13, folder 1

EX. 1332 A, Adrian Retrospective. June-October 8, 1967

box 13, folder 2

EX. 1333, Tuscan and Venetian Drawings of the Quattrocento from the Collection of Janos Scholz. 6/27/1967-8/13/1967

box 13, folder 3

EX. 1334, Fantastics and Eccentrics in Chinese Paintings. 7/14/1967-8/27/1967

box 13, folder 4

EX. 1335, Jackson Pollock Retrospective. 7/19/1967-9/3/1967

box 13, folder 5-7

EX. 1336, 100 European Paintings and Drawings from the Collection of Mr. & Mrs. Leigh B. Black. Sept. 21 to Oct. 12, 1967

box 14, folder 1-4

EX. 1337, R.M. Schindler. 9/29/1967-10/19/1967

box 14, folder 5-6

EX. 1338, Collection of Mr. and Mrs. David Gensburg. 1/3/1967-12/31/1967

box 15, folder 1

EX. 1339, The David E. Bright Collection. 10/17/1967-12/17/1967

box 15, folder 2-6

EX. 1340, Homage to Rodin - Sculpture Exhibition. 11/14/1967-1/7/1968

box 15, folder 7-8, box 16, folder 1-15

EX. 1341, Rico Lebrun Exhibition. 12/5/1967-1/14/1968

box 16, folder 16-17

EX. 1342, Aubrey Beardsley Exhibition. 12/12/1967-2/4/1968

box 16, folder 18, box 17, folder 1

EX. 1343, A Remembrance of Mariano Fortuny. 12/12/1967-2/4/1968

box 17, folder 2-5

EX. 1344, Chaim Soutine. 2/20/1968-4/14/1968

box 17, folder 6

EX. 1345, Dorothea Lange Photography. 2/27/1968-4/14/1968

box 18, folder 1

EX. 1345 A, Tamarind Collection, 1966-1967. March 3 to June 30, 1968

box 18, folder 2

EX. 1345 B, The Bridal Tradition. 3/26/1968-6/30/1968

box 18, folder 3-4

EX. 1346, Eight American Masters of Watercolor. 4/23/1968-6/16/1968

box 18, folder 5

EX. 1347, Wallace Berman. 4/30/1968-6/3/1968

box 18, folder 6-7, box 19, folder 1-4

EX. 1348, Master Bronzes of the Classical World. 5/8/1968-6/30/1968

box 19, folder 5

EX. 1349, Burgoyne Diller. 6/18/1968-7/21/1968

box 19, folder 6

EX. 1350, Children's Costumes. 7/9/1968-8/11/1968

box 60, folder 1-7

EX. 1351, Dada, Surrealism, and their Heritage. 7/8/1968-9/8/1968


This exhibition file added to collection on December 31, 2019.
box 19, folder 7

EX. 1354, John Sloan & George Bellows. 1968

box 19, folder 8

EX. 1355, Selection From the Norton Simon Foundation Collections. [Empty, file folder title as transcribed does not match other museum records, title in TMS is Hunt Foods & Industries Inc. & the Hunt Industries Museum of Art Sculpture and installation was for indefinite period of time.] 8/20/1968

box 19, folder 9

EX. 1356, Brocade: Woven Embellishmemt. 8/27/1968-9/9/1968

box 20, folder 1

EX. 1357, Stravinsky Rehearses. 9/6/1968-11/10/1968

box 20, folder 2

EX. 1358, Image and Imagination. 10/1/1968-10/30/1968

Scope and Contents

Includes photograph of Bart Lytton at exhibition.
box 20, folder 3-5

EX. 1359, Sculpture of Black Africa: the Paul Tishman Collection. 10/15/1968-1/5/1969

box 20, folder 6-7, box 21, folder 1

EX. 1360, Late Fifties at the Ferus. 11/12/1968-12/17/1968

box 21, folder 2-6

EX. 1361, Billy Al Bengston. 11/12/1968-1/12/1969

box 22, folder 1-3

EX. 1362, H.C. Westermann. 11/26/1968-1/12/1960

box 22, folder 4

EX. 1363, Eugene I. Holt Memorial Acquisition: Textiles and Costumes. 1/21/1969-3/9/1969

box 22, folder 5-18, box 23, folder 1-19

EX. 1364, Edvard Munch: Lithographs, Etchings, Woodcuts. 1/28/1969-3/9/1969

box 23, folder 20

EX. 1365, American Pastels & Watercolors. 2/3/1969-3/16/1969

box 23, folder 21

EX. 1366, Rembrandt Etchings (from Local Collections). 2/18/1969-5/4/1969

box 23, folder 22

EX. 1367, Ballet Costumes From Les Ballets Russes de Serge De Diaghilev. 3/25/1969-5/4/1969

box 23, folder 23-24, box 24, folder 1-2

EX. 1368, Master Craftsmen of Ancient Peru. 3/11/1969-6/1/1969

box 24, folder 3-4

EX. 1369, George Brecht: The Book of the Tumbler on Fire Selected Works from Volume I. 4/15/1969-5/18/1969

box 24, folder 5-6, box 25, folder 1

EX. 1369 A, Jewelry of the Ancient World. 5/20/1969-7/13/1969

box 25, folder 2

EX. 1370, New Paintings by Richard Diebenkorn. 6/3/1969-7/27/1969

box 25, folder 3

EX. 1371, American Printmaking: The First 150 Years. 6/17/1969-8/3/1969

box 25, folder 4

EX. 1372, Mies Van Der Rohe. 7/22/1969-9/7/1969

box 25, folder 5-8

EX. 1373, Willem De Kooning. 7/29/1969-9/7/1969

box 25, folder 9

EX. 1374, Kate Steinitz Collection. 8/3/1969-9/21/1969

Scope and Contents

Includes photos of Kate Steinitz at exhibition event, cutting a Mona Lisa cake
box 26, folder 1-2

EX. 1376, The Smart Set: Fashions from 1910-1930. 8/5/1969-10/28/1969

box 26, folder 3

EX. 1377, Stephan Von Huene: the Rosebud Annunciator. 8/21/1969-9/21/1969

box 26, folder 4

EX. 1378, Modern Drawings from the Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lewis. 9/2/1969-1/4/1970

box 26, folder 5-6

EX. 1379, Chosen Works of American Art 1850-1924, from the Collection of Jo Ann & Julian Ganz Jr. 10/1/1969-11/16/1969

box 26, folder 7-8

EX. 1380, Recent Prints from Gemini. 10/7/1969 to 1/4/1970

box 26, folder 9

EX. 1381, Fifty Tantric Mystical Diagrams. 10/7/1969-1/4/1970

box 27, folder 1-3

EX. 1382, Vincent Van Gogh. 10/21/1969-12/7/1969

box 27, folder 4

EX. 1383, From the Bosporus to Samarkand: Flat Woven Rugs. 11/11/1969-1/18/1970

box 27, folder 5-6

EX. 1384, The Middle Ages: Treasures from the Cloisters and Metropolitan Museum of Art. 1/18/1970-4/12/1970

box 27, folder 7

EX. 1385, Daumier and Contemporaries. 2/3/1970-5/31/1970

box 28, folder 1

EX. 1386, Sam Francis: Paintings. 2/10/1970-3/22/1970

box 28, folder 2-3

EX. 1387, Textiles of the Edo Period. 2/17/1970-6/14/1970

box 28, folder 4

EX. 1388, Dimensions: Sculpture for the Blind. 3/10/1970-4/19/1970

box 28, folder 5-6

EX. 1388 A, Chinese Paintings from the Morse Collection: In Pursuit of Antiquity. 4/24/1970-5/31/1970

box 28, folder 7

EX. 1388 B, Old Master Drawings From Chatsworth. 6/19/1970-7/19/1970

box 28, folder 8-13

EX. 1389, Sculpture of Ancient West Mexico: Nayarit, Jalisco, Colima. 7/7/1970-8/30/1970

box 29, folder 1

EX. 1390, John Marin 1870 - 1953. 7/7/1970-8/30/1970

box 29, folder 2

EX. 1390 A, Mondrian Drawings. 7/14/1970-8/30/1970

box 29, folder 3

EX. 1390 B, Patterns in Fashion. 8/5/1970-10/25/1970

box 29, folder 4-6

EX. 1390 C, Callot and Della Bella Prints From the Collection of Rudolf L. Baumfeld. 9/18/1970-1/3/1971

box 29, folder 7

EX. 1390 D, The Art of India, Nepal & Tibet: The Nasli & Alice Heeramaneck Collection 9/24/1970-11/15/1970

box 29, folder 8

EX. 1390 E, Contemporary Art Council: New Talent Award Winners, 1970. 11/3/1970-12/27/1970

box 29, folder 9

EX. 1390 F, Hoyningen-Huene and the Fashionable Image. 11/24/1971-2/28/1971

box 29, folder 10, box 30, folder 1-4

EX. 1391, The Cubist Epoch. 12/15/1970-2/21/1971

box 30, folder 5

EX. 1393, Scott Grieger: 5 Works By San Fernando Valley Artist. 1/12/1971-2/16/1971

box 30, folder 6

EX. 1394, Three Graphic Artists. 1/26/1971-3/7/1971

box 31, folder 1, box 30, folder 7

EX. 1395, Man Came This Way. 3/9/1971-5/30/1971

box 31, folder 2

EX. 1396, Tapestry: Tradition and Technique. 3/23/1971-6/20/1971

box 31, folder 3

EX. 1396 A, Marine Photographs by Edwin Janss, Jr. 6/1971

box 31, folder 4

EX. 1397, Prints from the Permanent Norton Simon Collections. [Empty] 4/30/1971-8/29/1971

box 31, folder 5, box 33, folder 1

EX. 1398, New Work by Los Angeles Artists. 5/8/1971-8/29/1971

box 33, folder 1-3, box 31, folder 6-14, box 32, folder 1-11

EX. 1399, Art and Technology Exhibition. 5/11/1971-8/29/1971

box 33, folder 4

EX. 1400 A, C.C Wang: the Artist and the Collector. 5/25/1971-7/25/1971

box 33, folder 5

EX. 1400 B, Claude Lorrain Album, Lorrain Drawings from the Norton Simon Collection. 6/16/1971-9/3/1971

box 33, folder 6

EX. 1401, The Art of Black Africa. 8/17/1971

box 33, folder 7

EX. 1402, Balzac Studies by Rodin. August - September 1971

box 33, folder 8, box 34, folder 1

EX. 1403, Blue and White Porcelains from the Far East. 9/1-10/31/1971

box 34, folder 2

EX. 1405, Chuck Close: Recent Work. 9/21/1971-11/14/1971

box 34, folder 3-4

EX. 1406, Gericault. 10/12/1971-12/12/1971

box 34, folder 5

EX. 1407, Picassos in Southern California. 10/25/1971-11/21/1971

box 34, folder 6

EX. 1409, Ornamental Costumes from John Wise Collection of Ancient Peruvian Textiles. 11/2/1971-2/6/1971

box 34, folder 7

EX. 1410 A, Pre-Hispanic Art of Mexico. 11/22/1971

box 34, folder 8

EX. 1411, Woodner Collection I: Old Master Drawings Before 1700. 12/17/1972-2/13/1972

box 35, folder 1

EX. 1412, The Armand Hammer Collection. 12/21/1971-2/27/1972

box 35, folder 2

EX. 1413, Ancient Indonesian Art. 12/22/1972-2/13/1972

box 35, folder 3

EX. 1413 B, Ancient Art of Iran. 11/1971-indefinite

box 35, folder 4

EX. 1414, Harold Cohen: Recent Works: Computer Art and Machinery 1/18/1972-2/13/1972

box 35, folder 5

EX. 1415, Los Angeles, 1972: A Panorama of Black Artists. 2/8-3/19/1972

box 35, folder 6

EX. 1416, Ceramics of Southeast Asia. 2/15/1972-4/30/1972

box 35, folder 7

EX. 1417, Perception: An Exhibition for the Sighted and Blind. 2/22/1972-4/2/1972

box 35, folder 8

EX. 1418, Market Street Program. 2/22/1972-3/5/1972

box 35, folder 9

EX. 1419, Abstract Design in American Quilts. 2/23/1972-4/2/1972

box 35, folder 10

EX. 1420, Durer and His Circle. 4/14/1972-5/28/1972

box 35, folder 11-12, box 36, folder 1

EX. 1421, The American West. 3/21/1972-5/28/1972

box 36, folder 2

EX. 1422, Body Shells and Shadows. 4/25/1972-6/11/1972

box 36, folder 3

EX. 1423, Two Books: Matisse's Jazz and the Apocalypse of Saint-Sever. 4/11/1972-5/28/1972

box 36, folder 4

EX. 1423 A, Avigdor Arikha: 39 Ink Drawings, 1965-1972. 4/25/1972-5/28/1972

box 36, folder 5

EX. 1426, Japanese Prints of the Classic Period. 6/6/1972-7/2/1972

box 36, folder 6

EX. 1427, Exhibition of Works from the Collection of the Norton Simon Foundation and the Norton Simon Incorporated Museum of Art. 6/27/1973-8/27/1973

box 36, folder 7, box 37, folder 1-3

EX. 1428, Navajo Blankets. 6/27/1972-8/27/1972

box 37, folder 4

EX. 1429, Japanese Prints of the Nineteenth Century. 7/18/1972-8/13/1972

box 37, folder 5

EX. 1430, Mark Tobey Prints: 1961-1972. 7/18/1972-8/27/1972

box 37, folder 6

EX. 1431, Ten Designers of the Twentieth Century. 7/18/1972-10/8/1972

box 37, folder 7

EX. 1431 A, Youth Expression '72 Winning Entries. July 1972

box 38, folder 1-7

EX. 1432, Japanese Prints: Contemporary Period. 8/29/1972-10/22/1972

box 39, folder 1-2

EX. 1434, The Unknown Chagall: Early Graphic Works. 9/12/1972-1/14/1973

box 39, folder 3

EX. 1435, Four Women Artists of L.A.: Maggie Lowe, Barbra Munger, Alexis Smith, Margaret Wilson. 9/19/1972-10/22/1972

box 39, folder 4

EX. 1436, Kandinsky. 10/3/1972-11/19/1972

box 39, folder 5

EX. 1437, Goya and Picasso Confronted. 10/31/1972

box 39, folder 6

EX. 1439, Block, Brush and Stencil. 11/14/1972-1/21/1973

box 39, folder 7

EX. 1440, Golden Age of Japanese Screen Printing. 11/21/1972-3/4/1973

box 39, folder 8-9

EX. 1443, Bruce Nauman Exhibition. 12/19/1972-2/18/1973

Scope and Contents

Includes one black and white installation shot.
box 40, folder 1

EX. 1445 A, Dimensional Prints. 2/6/1973-6/3/1973

box 40, folder 2

EX. 1446 B, Anatomy in Fabric. 2/21/1973-4/15/1973

box 40, folder 3-4

EX. 1447, African Textiles and Decorative Arts. 3/2/1973-5/27/1973

Scope and Contents

Includes one black and white installation shot.
box 40, folder 5

EX. 1448, Ceramic Art of Japan: One Hundred Masterpieces from Japanese Collections. 3/27/1973-5/13/1973

Scope and Contents

Includes one black and white installation shot.
box 40, folder 6

EX. 1449, Buddhist Art of Japan. 4/17/1973-6/17/1973

box 40, folder 7

EX. 1450, California Water Color Society Collection, 1973. 5/1-5/27/1973

box 40, folder 8

EX. 1453, William Wegman. 5/22/1973-7/1/1973

box 40, folder 9

EX. 1455, Impressionist and Post-Impressionist Paintings From the USSR. 6/13/1973-7/8/1973

box 40, folder 10

EX. 1456, L.A Flash. 6/18/1973-9/16/1973

box 40, folder 11

EX. 1457, Views of the Earth: Robert Bucknam. 6/19/1973-/9/31/1973

box 40, folder 12

EX. 1458, Paul Strand Exhibition. 7/3/1973-9/2/1973

box 40, folder 13

EX. 1458 A, Youth Expression '73. July 1973

box 40, folder 14

EX. 1459, Winslow Homer. 7/17/1973-8/19/1973

box 40, folder 15-16

EX. 1460, Funerary Art of China, Han Through T'ang Dynasties. 7/24/1973-10/14/1973

box 41, folder 1

EX. 1463, African Installation: Mother and Child Figures. [Empty] 9/15/1973-6/15/1974

box 41, folder 2

EX. 1464, The Wells Collection: Shakespeare Service. 9/17/1973-11/25/1973

box 42, folder 1, box 41, folder 3-7

EX. 1465, Henry Moore in Southern California. 10/2/1973-11/18/1973

Scope and Contents

Includes one photograph of Henry Moore with Henry Seldis in folder 17.
box 42, folder 2

EX. 1466, George Luks Exhibition. 10/10/1973-11/18/1973

box 42, folder 3

EX. 1467, Selections From the Permanent Collection of Prints and Drawings.

box 42, folder 4

EX. 1468, Installation of Planes (Braniff) Decorated by Alexander Calder. 10/10/1973-10/30/1973

box 42, folder 5-6

EX. 1469, If the Crinoline Comes Back. 10/16/1973-1/6/1974

Scope and Contents

Includes one black and white installation shot.
box 42, folder 7

EX. 1470, African Installation. 10/20/1973-5/20/1974

box 42, folder 8

EX. 1472 A, Far Eastern Cloisonne. 11/6/1973-2/24/1974

box 42, folder 9

EX. 1473, Chinese Ceramics: The Heeramaneck Collection. 12/18/1973-3/3/1974

box 42, folder 10

EX. 1474, Islamic Art. 12/18/1973-3/3/1974

box 42, folder 11

EX. 1475, Old Master Drawings from the Woodner Collection II. 12/21/1973-2/2/1974

box 42, folder 12, box 43, folder 1

EX. 1477, Monumental Silver From the Gilbert Collection. 1/15/1974-3/4/1974

box 43, folder 2

EX. 1478, Tapestries of Grau-Garriga. 2/12/1974-3/31/1974

box 43, folder 3-5

EX. 1481, Chinese Paintings from the Cahill Collection. 3/19/1974-4/21/1974

box 43, folder 6

EX. 1482, Age of the Pharaohs: Egyptian Masterworks in American Collections. 4/4/1974-6/16/1974

box 44, folder 1

EX. 1483, Campbell Collection of Decorative Arts. 4/9/1974-5/26/1974

box 44, folder 2

EX. 1484, Impressionists and the Salon, 1874-1886. 4/16/1974-5/12/1974

box 44, folder 3

EX. 1485, American Paintings in Los Angeles Collections. 5/7/1974-6/30/1974

box 44, folder 4

EX. 1486, Fabric and Fashion: Years of Costume Council Gifts. 5/14/1974-9/8/1974

box 44, folder 5

EX. 1487, Collector's Video. 5/28/1974-7/7/1974

box 44, folder 6

EX. 1489, The Art of the Japanese Sword. 7/2/1974-8/18/1974

box 44, folder 7-8

EX. 1490, L.A. Six, Part I and Part II. 7/16/74-8/11/74 and 8/20/74-9/15/74

box 44, folder 9, box 45, folder 1-3

EX. 1491, Gustave Moreau Exhibition. 7/22/1974-9/1/1974

box 45, folder 4

EX. 1508, Selections from the Decorative Arts Collection. 4/1/1975-8/17/1975

box 45, folder 5, box 46, folder 1

EX. 1747, Man & Beast: Mythical Images from Egypt and West Asia. 5/23/1985-8/25/1985

box 46, folder 2-3

EX. 1748, The Treasury of San Marco. 7/3/85-9/8/85

box 46, folder 4-5

EX. 1749, Prints by Erich Heckel and Karl Schmidt-Rottluff: A Centenary Celebration 7/11/85-9/15/85

box 46, folder 6

EX. 1750, John Frederick Kensett: An American Master. 7/11/85-9/8/85

box 47, folder 1-2

EX. 1751, Masterpieces from the Cone Collection of the Baltimore Museum of Art. 10/3/85-11/24/85

box 47, folder 3

EX. 1753, Netsuke: Japanese Sculpture in Miniature from the Raymond and Frances Bushell Collection. 7/18/85-1/19/1986

box 47, folder 4-7

EX. 1754, A Collection for a King: Old Master Paintings from the Dulwich Picture Gallery. 10/3/1985-1/5/1986

box 47, folder 8

EX. 1755, Contrasts: Selections from the Permanent Collection, Twentieth Century Art. 7/18/1985-9/15/1985

box 48, folder 1

EX. 1757, The Vessel as Metaphor: Southern California Ceramics 1950-1980. 7/1/1985-10/15/1985

box 48, folder 2

EX. 1758, Decorative Arts of the American Arts and Crafts Movement. 10/30/1985-12/30/1985

box 48, folder 3

EX. 1759, Leonardo to Van Gogh: Master Drawings From Budapest. 10/10/1985-12/8/1985

box 49, folder 1-3, box 48, folder 4-7

EX. 1761, The Amasis Painter: Vase Painting in the 6th Century B.C. Athens. 2/20/1986-5/11/1986

box 49, folder 4

EX. 1762, Gallery Six: Jay Phillips. 11/14/1985-1/12/1986

box 50, folder 1-6, box 49, folder 5-9

EX. 1763, Mother and Child in African Art. 12/5/1985-7/6/1986

box 50, folder 7

EX. 1764, Things Seen, Things Known: Photographs by Edward Weston. 10/10/1985-3/2/1986

box 50, folder 8-9

EX. 1767, Setting the Stage: Gallery Six. 11/7/1985-2/16/1986

Scope and Contents

Includes two black and white installation shots.
box 50, folder 10

EX. 1770, Frank Stella Prints: 1967-1982. 1/9/1986-3/2/1986

box 51, folder 1-14

EX. 1854, A Birthday Salute to Helen Lundeberg. 10/27/1988-1/8/1989

box 52-59

Non-exhibition photographs 1950s-1980s

Physical Description: 2.92 Linear Feet7 Hollinger boxes
Language of Material: English.

Scope and Contents

This series consists of 7 Hollinger boxes (2.92 linear feet) of materials including photographs (predominantly 8 x 10 black and white prints), negatives, slides, press releases, requests for photographs forms, and other materials dated between 1950 and 1989, or undated, with the bulk of the material dated between 1960 and 1975. The bulk of the collection consists of event photography taken on the LACMA campus at 5905 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles and at the Los Angeles County Museum of Science, History, and Art at Exposition Park. Most but not all of the photographs were created by the LACMA Photo Services Department and likely brought together by that department for use by the Office of Public Information. Photography would have been created by the Photo Services Department to document Museum buildings, gallery installation, facility maintenance, to produce official portraits of staff and trustees and other purposes as requested by various Museum departments. The series also includes various Museum eventsevents, such as celebrations and the move of the art collections from The Museum of Science, History and Art at Exposition Park to the Wilshire Blvd. campus. Some of the photographs were not taken by LACMA staff but by independant photographers hired to provide photography for a specific event.


This series is arranged alphabetically by folder title. Folder titles were not changed but mispellings were corrected.

Processing Information

The Non-Exhibition Photographs series was physically processed, with photographs and negatives placed in mylar sleeves and folders replaced with archival-grade acid-free folders, and described in this finding aid by Natalie de Almeida in April 2014. Additional information about the collection is provided in the form of scope and content notes at the folder level wherever deemed necessary and/or possible.
box 52, folder 1

ACUYP Simon 1970

Scope and Contents

Reason for folder title unclear. Folder consists of a photograph of a Matisse sculpture, an unidentified photograph negative, and a photograph of an unknown portrait (painting)
box 52, folder 2

Annual Meetings 1963-1964

box 52, folder 3

Armory Building and Grounds: Negatives 1955

Scope and Contents

Folder consists of photographic negatives and floor plans of the Armory building and grounds. Negatives capture the entire length of the building, interior exterior views, view main entrance, view of facade, side view of the building, and garden views.
box 52, folder 4

Art Museum Council Activities 1964

box 52, folder 5

Berlin Exhibiton: 1950

Scope and Contents

Photograph of the facade of the museum showing the Berlin Masterpieces Exhibition crowd.
box 52, folder 6

Board of Trustees 1967-1978

Scope and Contents

Consists of photographs and negatives of board members, and request for photographs forms.
box 52, folder 7

Cannon / Kline Collection 1969

Scope and Contents

comprised of photographs and negatives
box 52, folder 8

Carter Collection Catalog 1982

Scope and Contents

Consists of photographs and transparencies of works from the artists Jan van Goyen and Nicolaes Berchem
box 52, folder 9

Carter Collection: Misc. Photos From Publications undated

Scope and Contents

photographs and negatives of works by Willem Kalf, Jan Van Goyen, Solomon van Rusydael.
box 52, folder 10

Charter Flights 1963

box 53, folder 1

Children's Art Classes: 1963-1964

box 53, folder 2

Chinese Robes, Silks: April-June 1958

Scope and Contents

Photographs from the Chinese Exhibit: April-June 1958. Includes object and event photography.
box 53, folder 3

Claude Lorrain: June 16-September 3 1971

box 53, folder 4

Contemporary Art Council Lecture: Lynn Foulkes 1963

Scope and Contents

photographs of Lyn Foulkes, Pasadena artist, winner of the first New Talent Purchase Award given by the Contemporary Art Council of the LACMA. Folder also includes photographs of council members of the Contemporary Art Council.
box 53, folder 5

Contemporary Art Galleries 1974

Scope and Contents

Contains photographs of an unidentifed exhibition located in the Hammer Wing.
box 53, folder 6

Decorative Arts Costume Installation: June 1967

Scope and Contents

Photographs and negatives of costumes (dresses) on exhibit on the fourth floor of the Ahmanson building. Photographs of the general gallery view are also included.
box 53, folder 7

Dimension: an Exhibition for the Partially Sighted and Blind March 10-April 19 1970

Scope and Contents

Includes photographs of Governer Ronald Reagan, Dianne Sachko, director of the California Arts Commission, and visitors during the Los Angeles showing of California Arts Comission travelling exhibition, Dimension, in April 1970. The children in the photographs are students from a Los Angeles area school for the blind and partially sighted.
box 53, folder 8

Director's Guild Golden Jubilee Film Retrospective undated

Scope and Contents

Consists of movie stills from the films, Midnight Cowboy, Head, Elmer Gantry, and In Cold Blood.
box 53, folder 9

English Gallery: Visitors undated

Scope and Contents

Photographs of visitors inside the English Gallery.
box 53, folder 10

Environs of Rome: Gallery View undated

Scope and Contents

General view of the Environs of Rome exhibition. Includes photographs and negatives.
box 53, folder 11

Event: Unknown undated

Scope and Contents

photographs of unidentified people (primarily women and children).
box 54, folder 1

Exhibitions and Publications: D'andrea, Jeanne Section Head West Stephen 1966-1981

Scope and Contents

Largely consists of request for photographs forms spanning the date range 1966-1981. Some photographs and negatives are included.
box 54, folder 2

Far Eastern Art: Kuwayama, George - Sr. Curator, Long, Leslie, Burrell, Jane 1967-1981

box 54, folder 3

Fashion Group Installation: March 31-June 10 1967

box 54, folder 4

French Rooms 1964

Scope and Contents

Photographs of French period rooms likely taken for research purposes. Some, or all of the photographs were taken at the Dijon Library.
box 54, folder 5

French Rooms: Salon - The Dijon Suite 1955-1956

Scope and Contents

Photographs of French period rooms likely taken for research purposes taken at the Dijon Library.
box 54, folder 6

From the Bosporus to Samarkand: Flat Woven Rugs 1969-1970 [installation view] 1969-1970

Scope and Contents

Consists of object photography (rugs) and gallery views.
box 54, folder 7

Gallery Views undated

Scope and Contents

Includes photographs from the opening of the new Decorative Arts Gallery, and other unidentified exhibitions. Most photos taken from Exposition Park.
box 55, folder 1

Gaston Lachaise Members Preview undated

box 55, folder 2

George Brecht Photography 4/69-5/69

Scope and Contents

Photographs taken of the George Brecht installation.
box 55, folder 3

Glass Collection: mc-3, mc-5, mc-6 undated

box 55, folder 4-5

Hammer Collection 1980

Scope and Contents

Photographs and negatives of works within the Hammer collection. Folder includes photographs of works by Redon, Rembrandt, Renoir, Rouault, Seuret, Sisley, Stuart, Toulouse-Lautrec, Vandongen, Van Gogh, Vlaminck, Vuillard, Weber, and Wyeth.
box 55, folder 6

Harold Rosenberg Lecture December 1963

box 55, folder 7

Indian: Norton Simon Ragmala Series Miniatures 1972

box 55, folder 8

Jacques Callot: the Military Excercises From Catalog, 1957 1957

box 55, folder 9

John Marin Exhibition July 7 - August 30, 1970

box 55, folder 10

Juan O'gorman Lecture 1963 1963

Scope and Contents

Folder consists of photo negatives only.
box 55, folder 11

Joseph Koepfli Collection 1970-1977

Scope and Contents

Photographs of works belonging to the Joseph Koepfli Collection.
box 55, folder 12, box 56, folder 1-2

Lacma Post 1975 1975 and later

Scope and Contents

Photographs and negatives of the building exterior, sculpture garden, museum bookshop, Ahmanson gallery atrium and the Hammer building.
box 56, folder 3-4

LACMA Pre 1975: Move to New Location 1964

Scope and Contents

Photographs of the Decorative Arts staging area in Exposition Park in preparation for the move to Hancock Park. Includes photographs of staff and volunteers preparing art for the move.
box 56, folder 5

LACMA Pre 1975: People and Events 1964-1966, undated

box 56, folder 6

Leonardo da Vinci: June 3- July 17

box 56, folder 7

Maintenance 1971-1979

Scope and Contents

Photographs and negatives of Albert Reyes receiving his Carpentry Apprenticeship Completion Certificate. Also includes photographic negatives of a piece of copper tubing from the construction and maintenance section of the museum.
box 56, folder 8

Marion Pike undated

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Photographs of works of art belonging to the Marion Pike collection.
box 56, folder 9

Marsden Hartley Photography undated

box 56, folder 10

Mattise Backs I, II, III, IV NSI:MOA undated

Scope and Contents

File contains photographs of Henri Matisse sculptures.
box 57, folder 1

Miscellaneous People undated

box 57, folder 2-3

Modern Art Installation 1968 1968

Scope and Contents

Installation photography of the galleries on the third floor of the Ahmanson building. Some of the galleries shown in the photographs include the Mr. and Mrs. David E Bright Gallery, the Theodore E. Cummings Gallery, Amelia and Mark Taper Gallery, and the Jane and Justin Dart Gallery.
box 57, folder 4

Modern Art Installation 1969 1969

Scope and Contents

Installation photography of recent Norton Simon loans to the Modern collection.
box 57, folder 5

Modern Art Installation: May 1974

Scope and Contents

Installation photographs.
box 57, folder 6

Morton J. Golden, Deputy Director: Admin 1972-1976

Scope and Contents

Close up photographs of plants and water stains on the carpet in the LACMA plaza. Photos requested on September 21, 1972. Folder also includes other request for photographs forms for various reasons. There are no accompanying photographs.
box 57, folder 7

Mural in Cafeteria undated

Scope and Contents

Photographs and negatives of the Buckley McGurrin murals in the cafeteria of the Museum of Natural History in Exposition Park.
box 57, folder 8

Museum and Auditorium Facade: 9/22/61 1950-1961

box 57, folder 9

My Fair Lady: October 23 1964

Scope and Contents

Photographs and negatives of women in costume dresses. List of object numbers included in file: 48.30.2 63.26.3 m.62.17 54.110.9 54.110.3a,b 54.97.31 54.97.32 m.55.7 m.52.10.8 a.3236.36-24 a.5166.42-18 cr.283.64-3 cr.125.59-1
box 57, folder 10

Myrna Smoot: Coordinator, Curatorial Programming 1976-1981

Existence and Location of Copies

Includes various request for photograph forms requested by Myrna Smoot. Also included are unknown installation photography and a photograph of the Los Angeles County Museum Junior League.
box 57, folder 11

Open Air Gallery undated

Scope and Contents

Photographs and negatives of gallery views of the open air sculpture gallery at the L.A County Museum. Includes photographs entitled, "before construction," and "before the installation."
box 57, folder 12

Paris at Night: March 25 1985

Scope and Contents

Contains a check list for lithographs by Daumier and Gavarni from the Armand Hammer Daumier Collection, entitled "Paris at Night." List established for a tentative exhibition opening on March 25, 1985.
box 58, folder 1

Percival David 1987-1989

Scope and Contents

Object photography of ceramics from the Sir Percival David Foundation.
box 58, folder 2

Personnel Photos undated

Scope and Contents

Photographs of unidentified staff members
box 58, folder 3

Petit Dejeuner: February 1968

Scope and Contents

Event photography for a LACMA event entitled, Petit Dejeuner
box 58, folder 4

Pollaiulo Installation 1/15/63-1/20/63

box 58, folder 5

Preparators 1972-1974

Scope and Contents

Request for photograph forms and photographs and negatives of unidentified object photography, and photos of art preparators working.
box 58, folder 6

Raphael Sanzio 1973-1974

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Photographs and negatives of Raphael Sanzio's Madonna and Child with Book
box 58, folder 7

Rexford Stead, Deputy Director of Fine Arts 1969-1977

Scope and Contents

Portrait photography of Rexford Stead and various photographs, negatives, and request for photograph forms requested by Rexford Stead.
box 58, folder 8, box 59, folder 1-3

Simon Misc. File 1968-1972

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Photography of artwork belonging to the Norton Simon Collection.
box 59, folder 4

Sports illustrated: the Sporting Look 1956

Scope and Contents

Includes event photography from a fashion pageant at the American Sportswear Design awards dinner and exhibition photography.
box 59, folder 5

Stained Glass Windows at Exposition Park 1965

Scope and Contents

Installation photography of stained glass windows at Exposition Park.
box 59, folder 6

Untitled undated

Scope and Contents

Photographs of paintings made by Robert Rauschenberg, Jasper Johns, Franz Kline,Mark Rothko, Jackson Pollock, Robert Motherwell, Barnett Newman, Morris Louis, Richard Diebenkorn, Wayne Thiebaud, David Hockney and Sam Francis
box 59, folder 7

William Ahmanson Collection 1972-1981

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Includes photographs of Tomas Hiepes artwork, and photograph negatives of artwork belonging to Howard Ahmanson Jr.
box 59, folder 8

Zurbaran: the Birth of the Virgin 1970

Scope and Contents

Photograph and negatives of the painting by Francisco Zurbaran, "The Birth of the Virgin."