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Photography (process)

 Subject
Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Scope Note: The art or process of making photographs, which are pictures produced by means of the chemical action of light on a sensitive film, glass, paper, metal, or by digital means.

Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:

"Flowers - 1st," Polaroid box, 1965

 Item — Oversize 4
Identifier: 2006.6.1499
Overview Empty box for Type 107 Polaroids. Handwritten by O'Keeffe on side: "Flowers - 1st." Box stamped on bottom: "Use Before Feb. 1965."

Georgia O'Keeffe to Maria Chabot, 1944-02-25

 Item
Identifier: MS-GOMC-100
Overview Letter from Georgia O'Keeffe to Maria Chabot.

Georgia O'Keeffe to Maria Chabot, 1944-03-31

 Item
Identifier: MS-GOMC-103
Overview Letter from Georgia O'Keeffe to Maria Chabot.

Georgia O'Keeffe to Maria Chabot, 1961-08-14

 Item
Identifier: MS-GOMC-310
Overview Letter from Georgia O'Keeffe to Maria Chabot.

Georgia O'Keeffe to Maria Chabot, 1945-01-15

 Item
Identifier: MS-GOMC-128
Overview Letter from Georgia O'Keeffe to Maria Chabot.

"Road East - Abiquiu - Snow," Polaroid box, 1965

 Item — Oversize 4
Identifier: 2006.6.1500
Overview Empty box for Type 107 Polaroids. Handwritten by O'Keeffe on side: "Road East - Abiquiu - Snow" and "65." Box stamped on bottom: "Use Before Feb. 1965."

"Skulls, Window 64, Color Portraits," Polaroid box, probably 1964

 Item — Oversize 4
Identifier: 2006.6.1498
Overview Empty box for Type 107 Polaroids. Handwritten by O'Keeffe on side: "Skulls, Window 64, Color Portraits." Box stamped on bottom: "Use Before Feb. 1965."

William Innes Homer Papers

 Collection
Identifier: MS-22
Overview This collection documents William Innes Homer's extensive research, publications, and education materials on modernist painting, photography, and modern and postmodern criticism that demonstrate his role as a teacher and scholar of these subjects. The collection includes materials dating from the 1890s to 2004, with the bulk of the collection dating from the late 1960s through the 1970s. Included is correspondence with artists and their relatives, published articles and papers, photocopies or...