Subseries C. Photographs: individuals, 1920-2001, n.d. (#PD.147-PD.1118)
- Majority of material found within 1975-2002
Language of Materials
Materials in English.
Certain records are restricted. Contacts (#18CB-19CB); professional recommendations found throughout the personnel files, including #11.20; and salary information found throughout financial records, including #20.20, are closed until January 1, 2085. In addition, some records have been redacted to protect privacy. Reference copies are interfiled in the collection; originals have been removed and are closed until January 1, 2085. Rejected author submissions (#48.1-53.4) are closed until January 1, 2074. An appointment is required for access to audiovisual materials.
Extent36.12 linear feet ((81 file boxes, 3 folio+ boxes, 2 card file boxes) plus 1,032 photo folders, 2 oversize folders, 5 supersize folders, 3 audiotapes, 1 object)
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