Lou Charno photographs
This collection includes a photoprint series of University of Kansas alumni by Lou Charno, who used a dye transfer process invented in 1869 to produce the images. The photographs were published in an exhibition guide, Gallery of Outstanding Kansans, 1986. The collection also includes 4x6 black and white prints and negatives of several demolished or disintegrating properties around Lawrence, Kansas, taken in 2002.
- 1986, 2002
- Charno, Lou, 1924-2003 (Photographer, Person)
Conditions Governing Access
No access restrictions.
Conditions Governing Use
Copyright retained by donor.
Spencer Library staff may determine use restrictions dependent on the physical condition of manuscript materials.
Biography of Lou Charno
Lou Charno was a nationally renowned portrait photographer. The portraits in this collection were created in 1986 using a dye transfer process. Those photographed were University of Kansas alumni named outstanding Kansans.
.25 Linear Feet (1 document case + 4 oversize boxes, 28 oversize folders)
RH PH 45
RH PH 45(f)
RH PH 45(ff)
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Gift, Lou Charno, 1986.
- Guide to the Lou Charno Collection
- Lou Charno photographs
- Finding aid prepared by lc 2017.
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- Preferred citation
Lou Charno photographs, RH PH 45, Kenneth Spencer Research Library, University of Kansas