485 black and white photographs by Ansel Adams
documenting the land, building sites, and early activities of the University of
California Santa Cruz campus.
Ansel Adams (Feb. 20, 1902 - Apr. 22, 1984),
photographer and environmentalist, was born in San Francisco, California. In
1919 he joined the Sierra Club and spent four summers in Yosemite Valley. He
became friends with many of the club's leaders, who were founders of America's
nascent conservation movement. He met his wife, Virginia Best, in Yosemite;
they were married in 1928. The couple had two children.This photographic project was created
in part, to document the building of the University of California Santa Cruz
campus, known as the "Campus Site Project", and in part for the Fiat Lux
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