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Library Catalog

Keyword-search the catalog.  Try a broad search first to get an idea of the range of scholarship; for example, photography and culture.

 

Reference Books

 

Cover Art
Encyclopedia of Twentieth-Century Photography - Lynne Warren, ed.
Ref. TR642 .E5 2006

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Encyclopedia of Nineteenth-Century Photography - John Hannavy, ed.
Ref. TR9 .H25 2008

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The Focal Encyclopedia of Photography - Michael R. Peres, ed.
Ref. TR9 .F6 2007

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Original Sources - Amy Rule and Nancy Solomon, eds.
Ref. TR6 .U62 T876 2002

Online Reference

  • Oxford Art Online
    Comprehensive online art and art history reference work. Entries include bibliographies and links to related images.
  • The Oxford Companion to the Photograph
    Technical information, recent scholarship on photography as a social and artistic practice, and photographers' biographies.
 

History of Photography

Cindy Sherman, Untitled Film Still #5, 1978

(artstor.org)

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ARTstor Digital Library

Over 1.5 million images of the arts of sciences for scholars, students, and educators.

Other Image Resources

  • American Memory from the Library of Congress
    Open access to a ditigal record of American history and creativity. Materials chronicle historical events, people, places, and ideas in the form of still and moving images, prints, maps, and sheet music.
  • George Grantham Bain Collection
    Photographs from one of the first American news picture agencies, the majority of which represent life in New York in the 1900s-1920s. These unrestricted-use images show working people, street scenes, celebrities, theater openings, and cultural and social events.
  • Library of Congress Prints & Photographs
    More than one million digitized images representing a rich cross-section of still pictures held by the Library of Congress. Broad public access is offered for education and scholarship.
  • LIFE Photo Archive
    Millions of historic photographs from the LIFE photo archive hosted by Google. Images span the decades 1860s through 1970s. Searchable and browsable by decade and the general categories of people, places, events, sports, culture.
  • The New York Public Library Digital Gallery
    Open access to over 800,000 images digitized from primary sources and printed rarities in the collections of The New York Public Library, including illuminated manuscripts, historical maps, vintage posters, rare prints, and photographs.
  • Pictures of the Civil War
    Photographs from the National Archives and Records Administration, including items from the Matthew Brady collection. Categories include activities, places, portraits, and Lincoln's assassination.

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