The Chauncey Hare photograph archive comprises photographic documentation of ordinary people in their homes and in the work
environment, as well as urban and rural landscapes in California and various areas in the United States. Areas of concentration
are the San Francisco Bay area in California; the Rust Belt area of the U.S. including Pennsylvania, Ohio and West Virginia;
the southern states of Mississippi, Alabama and Louisiana; and the Four Corners area of New Mexico, Utah, Arizona and Colorado.
Almost all of the collection is black and white photographic prints and film negatives.
55 boxes and 1 carton (approximately 3020 photographic prints, 23,960 negatives, 4155 35mm slides, 132 audiotapes, 1 print,
1.2 linear feet of textural documentation)
203 digital objects (203 images)
All rights to Chauncey Hare photographs are assigned to the Regents of the University of California for the benefit of The
Collection is open for research, with some materials requiring curatorial permission for access.