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Men -- Portraits

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 2 Records:

Lou Charno photographs

Call Number: RH PH 45

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.

Dates: 1986, 2002

Mary Huntoon papers

Call Number: RH MS 209
Overview Kansas artist and art therapist Mary Huntoon (professional name) was born Mary Huntoon Atkinson, in Topeka, Kansas. This collection of papers consist primarily of her personal correspondence, correspondence as director of the Federal Art Project in Kansas, original poetry manuscripts, speech and lecture notes, photographs or reproductions of her artwork, original artwork, inventories, exhibit catalogs and programs, information on employment and research as an Art Therapist at the Winter...
Dates: 1896 - 1970