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The Special Collections and Institutional Archives departments create finding aids for the Getty Research Institute's archival and visual resource collections and for a few historical records of the J. Paul Getty Trust. A "finding aid" describes the scope and contents of a group of records and provides an inventory of materials within the records.

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 Creator/Collector:  Wijdeveld, H. Th., 1885-1987
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 Title:  H. Th. Wijdeveld graphic and architectural designs  
 Dates:  1919-1979 
 Abstract:  Typographical and architectural designs by the Dutch architect Hendricus Theodorus Wijdeveld, in original drawings and printed examples. 
 Number:  970088 
 Creator/Collector:  Glicksman, Hal
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 Title:  Hal Glicksman papers  
 Dates:  1927-2010 
 Abstract:  The papers document the life and career of Hal Glicksman, a curator and preparator who contributed to many key exhibitions in Southern California, and helped found several important Southern California art institutions. The collection provides information regarding Glicksman's relationships with artists, his exhibition planning and gallery administration, and the Southern California art scene in the 1960s and 1970s. 
 Number:  2009.M.5 
 Creator/Collector:  VanderPoel, Halsted B.
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 Title:  Halsted B. Vander Poel Campanian collection  
 Dates:  circa 1570-1997 
 Abstract:  The Halsted B. Vander Poel Campanian collection is an archive devoted to the historiography of archaeological investigations conducted around the Bay of Naples, with particular emphasis on Pompeii. Comprised of manuscripts, photographs, maps, plans, drawings and the papers of Matteo Della Corte and Tatiana Warscher, it is a comprehensive resource for researching the excavations at Pompeii and the surrounding area. 
 Number:  2002.M.16 
 Creator/Collector:  Hildebrandt, Hans
Hildebrandt, Lily, 1887-1974
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 Title:  Hans and Lily Hildebrandt papers  
 Dates:  1899-1979 
 Abstract:  An essentially complete record of the life and work of art historian and critic, Hans Hildebrandt, and of his artist wife, Lily, reflecting their interests in modern art, architecture, and decorative arts, and their close friendships with a number of leading artists and architects. It contains personal papers, correspondence, manuscripts, research notes and bibliographies, publications, and photographs. 
 Number:  850676 
 Creator/Collector:  Eckstein, Hans, 1898-
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 Title:  Hans Eckstein research files  
 Dates:  1897-1984 (bulk 1920-1984) 
 Abstract:  This collection reflects the major research interests of German scholar, Hans Eckstein, from archaeology to architectural history, including historic preservation, the rebuilding of post-World War II German cities, exhibitions, and museums, as well as his large circle of colleagues and friends. Materials include primarily correspondence and manuscripts, but also clippings, publications, and photographs. 
 Number:  910156 
 Creator/Collector:  Kleinschmidt, Hans J.
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 Title:  Hans J. Kleinschmidt research files  
 Dates:  1902-1975 
 Abstract:  German-born psychiatrist with a deep interest in German expressionism and Dada. Kleinschmidt was concerned with trends in art and literature from the turn of the century to the end of the Weimar Republic. This collection consists of unpublished letters, published and unpublished essays, and phonetic poems by Raoul Hausmann and Richard Huelsenbeck. 
 Number:  950005 
 Creator/Collector:  Georgescu, Haralamb H., 1908-1977
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 Title:  Haralamb H. Georgescu papers  
 Dates:  1907-1992, bulk 1931-1977 
 Abstract:  The collection documents the professional career of Romanian-born architect Haralamb H. Georgescu. While incomplete, these papers shed light on the prevalence of modernism and its European sources while further broadening the understanding of twentieth-century California modernism. 
 Number:  2008.M.35 
 Creator/Collector:  Ingholt, Harald, 1896-1985
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 Title:  Harald Ingholt papers relating to Gandharan art  
 Dates:  1897-1985 (bulk 1954-1978) 
 Abstract:  The Harald Ingholt papers relating to Gandharan art document one aspect of this Near Eastern archaeologist's broad research interests. The archive contains production materials, such as a text draft and page layouts, related to Gandhāran Art in Pakistan, for which Ingholt wrote the text, as well as Inholt's related research materials on Gandharan art. These materials include hundreds of black-and-white photographs, notes, correspondence, offprints and ephemera. Further material relating to Gandharan art was added to the archive by James Michael Mahar. 
 Number:  990054 
 Creator/Collector:  Keller, Harald, 1903-1989
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 Title:  Harald Keller papers  
 Dates:  1929-1990 
 Abstract:  German art historian and teacher (1903-1989). Lecture notes, correspondence, and manuscripts compiled during Keller's 35-year academic career cover major periods and works in the history of art and architecture. Papers include research notes and annotated copies of several Keller publications, including his dissertation. The correspondence documents Keller's relationships with numerous art historians, including Richard Krautheimer, Christoph Frommel, Hans Sedlmayr, L.H. Heydenreich, K. Müller, Ulrich Middeldorf, and Rudolf Wittkower. 
 Number:  920043 
 Creator/Collector:  Szeemann, Harald
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 Title:  Harald Szeemann artist files  
 Dates:  1836-2010, bulk 1957-2005 
 Abstract:  Series II of the Harald Szeemann papers contains artist files on more than 24,000 artists. In addition to fine arts artists, Harald Szeemann created artist files for architects, composers, musicians, film directors, authors and philosphers. The contents of the artist files vary widely from artist to artist, but may include artist statements; artist proposals; biographies; correspondence; exhibition announcements; news clippings; notes; photographs of works of art, exhibitions of the artist; posters; resumes; and original works of art. Due to its size, Series II is described in a separate finding aid. The main finding aid for the Harald Szeemann papers is available here: http://hdl.handle.net/10020/cifa2011m30 
 Number:  2011.M.30.S2 
 Creator/Collector:  Szeemann, Harald
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 Title:  Harald Szeemann papers  
 Dates:  1800-2011, bulk 1949-2005 
 Abstract:  Swiss art curator Harald Szeemann (1933-2005) organized more than 150 exhibitions during a career that spanned almost five decades. An advocate of contemporary movements such as conceptualism, land art, happenings, Fluxus and performance, and of artists such as Joseph Beuys, Richard Serra, Cy Twombly and Mario Merz, Szeemann developed a new form of exhibition-making that centered on close collaborative relationships with artists and a sweeping global vision of contemporary visual culture. He organized vast international surveys such as documenta 5; retrospectives of individual artists including Sigmar Polke, Bruce Nauman, Wolfgang Laib, James Ensor, and Eugène Delacroix; and thematic exhibitions on such provocative topics as utopia, disaster, and the "Plateau of Humankind." Szeemann's papers thoroughly document his curatorial practice, including preliminary notes for many projects, written descriptions and proposals for exhibitions, installation sketches, photographic documentation, research files, and extensive correspondence with colleagues, artists and collaborators. 
 Number:  2011.M.30 
 Creator/Collector:  Rosenberg, Harold
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 Title:  Harold Rosenberg papers  
 Dates:  1923-1984 
 Abstract:  American art critic who developed the concept of "action painting" to describe the work of New York School painters such as De Kooning and Pollock. In 1967 Rosenberg became the regular art reviewer for The New Yorker. The papers offer a comprehensive view of his professional life from the early 1930s until his death in 1978, with the greatest portion of material from the 1960s and 1970s. 
 Number:  980048 
 Creator/Collector:  Drinkwater, Harry, 1919-2014
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 Title:  Harry Drinkwater photographs documenting Los Angeles art and Architecture  
 Dates:  1950-2010 
 Abstract:  The collection of over 140 photographic prints and 1200 negatives represents a portion of the professional and personal output of Harry Drinkwater, a Venice, California-based Black photographer who documented Los Angeles's mid-century modern design movement as well as its wider artistic and social circles. Los Angeles-based Black artists, architects, and designers and their works feature prominently in the collection. 
 Number:  2011.R.23 
 Creator/Collector:  Lunn, Harry H. (Harry Hyatt), 1933-
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 Title:  Harry Lunn Papers  
 Dates:  1855-1999, bulk 1965-1999 
 Abstract:  The Harry Lunn papers document the business dealings of the print and photography dealer from the mid-1960s until his death in 1998, and provide a glimpse into the workings of one of the creators of the photography art market during the second half of the twentieth century. 
 Number:  2004.M.17 
 Creator/Collector:  Shunk, Harry
Shunk-Kender
Kender, Janos
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 Title:  Harry Shunk and Shunk-Kender photographs  
 Dates:  1957-1990s 
 Abstract:  Harry Shunk and his partner Janos Kender worked as photographers recording the art world from the 1950s to the 1970s in the United States and Europe. Their extensive photography archive contains iconic images from the post-war era and documents key artists of the time, with candid portraits of artists in their homes and studios, and documentary photographs of exhibitions, exhibition openings and installations, performances, and other events. 
 Number:  2014.R.20 
 Creator/Collector:  Smith, Harry Everett, 1923-1991
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 Title:  Harry Smith papers  
 Dates:  1888-2010, bulk 1987-1990 
 Abstract:  The archive was assembled after the death of Harry Smith, polymath filmmaker, painter, and collector of American vernacular art, music, and artifacts. It contains correspondence from the last three years of Smith's life, a selection of Smith's manuscripts and art, most of his original films, his final audio project, Materials for the Study of Religion and Culture in the Lower East Side or Movies for Blind People, and a sizeable portion of his realia collections, including paper airplanes. 
 Number:  2013.M.4 
 Creator/Collector:  Heim Gallery
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 Title:  Heim Gallery records  
 Dates:  1965-1991 
 Abstract:  London gallery directed by Andrew Ciechanowieck. Records include extensive correspondence with museums, galleries, collectors, and other colleagues in Europe and the United States. Photographs document paintings, drawings, sculptures, and decorative art sold and exhibited by, and offered to the gallery. Stock and financial records trace acquisitions and sales. 
 Number:  910004 
 Creator/Collector:  Geissler, Heinrich
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 Title:  Heinrich Geissler papers  
 Dates:  1857-1996, bulk 1960-1990 
 Abstract:  The archive represents a lifetime of scholarship by the German art historian and curator Heinrich Geissler, who devoted his scholarly career to the study and attribution of sixteenth and seventeenth century drawing in German-speaking regions of Central Europe. It contains research material leading to Geissler's groundbreaking exibition Zeichnung in Deutschland deutsche Zeichner 1540-1640, held between December 1979 and February 1980 at the Staatsgalerie Stuttgart, and the publication of the exhibition catalog, as well as unpublished material compiled for ten more years after the exhibition. Extensive files on individual artists are arranged preserving Geissler's original filing system by region or city. Besides a wealth of study photographs and copious notes, there is correspondence with art experts, and card indexes of artists and drawings in private and public collections. Also present are research materials Geissler inherited from another German scholar, Friedrich Thöne, including Thöne's unpublished manuscript "Die deutsche Meisterzeichung." 
 Number:  2001.M.9 
 Creator/Collector:  Schwarz, Heinrich, 1894-1974
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 Title:  Heinrich Schwarz papers  
 Dates:  1894-1974 
 Abstract:  Art historian, born in Prague. Manuscripts, correspondence, and printed materials related to Schwarz's research, writings, curatorial work, and teaching about photography, photography's relationship to art, the iconology of the mirror and the owl, and Austrian art, as well as optical phenomenon. Much material relates to Schwarz's popular work, D. O. Hill: Master of Photography. 
 Number:  920033 
 Creator/Collector:  Ohff, Heinz
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 Title:  Heinz Ohff collection of Wolf Vostell papers  
 Dates:  circa 1962-2007 
 Abstract:  The Wolf Vostell papers, collected by the German art critic and friend of the artist, Heinz Ohff, document the activities of one of Europe's pioneers in video art, Happenings, and Fluxus. The bulk of the material dates from the 1970s and the early 1980s. 
 Number:  2009.M.24 
 Creator/Collector:  Sauvaire, Henri Joseph, 1831-
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 Title:  Henri Joseph Sauvaire photographs from the duc de Luynes's second expedition to the Holy Land  
 Dates:  1866 
 Abstract:  The collection comprises a complete set of albumen prints corresponding to the 73 exposures on paper negatives taken by Henri Joseph Sauvaire between April 7 and May 14, 1866 during the second expedition to the Holy Land sponsored by the duc de Luynes. 
 Number:  2019.R.32 
 Creator/Collector:  Hopkins, Henry
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 Title:  Henry Hopkins papers  
 Dates:  1950-2005 
 Abstract:  The selected papers of curator, teacher, and museum director, Henry Hopkins, document his teaching at the University of California, Los Angeles, some of the exhibitions he curated, and his directorship at the Fort Worth Art Center Museum, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and the Armand Hammer Museum of Art. 
 Number:  2006.M.1 
 Creator/Collector:  Lemasson, Henry, 1870-1956
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 Title:  Henry Lemasson views of Tahiti and Moorea  
 Dates:  1895-1897 
 Abstract:  The album contains 52 collodion photographs of Tahiti and Moorea by Henry Lemasson. Included are coastal views and interior landscapes, views of Papeete's streets and buildings, and photographs of Tahitians. 
 Number:  2002.R.22 
 Creator/Collector:  Pratt, H. M. (Henry Marsh), 1838-1919
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 Title:  Henry Marsh Pratt album  
 Dates:  1858-1906 
 Abstract:  The album, which Lieutenant Colonel Henry Marsh Pratt began compiling in 1868, offers a uniquely personal record of Pratt's professional and family connections in both India and England. Depictions of the Pratt family of Norfolk, England, with frequent appearances by Henry Marsh Pratt, and views of country homes associated with the Pratt family circle made by unidentified amateur and professional photographers, are mingled with views of India by professional photographers such as Samuel Bourne, Charles Shepherd, and William Henry Baker (also represented as W. Baker & Co. and Baker & Burke), and with carte-de-visite-sized portraits and views by photographers working in Europe and India, including André́-Adolphe-Eugène Disdéri; Charles H. Reutlinger; Hills & Saunders; the London Stereoscopic Company; and Window & Bridge. 
 Number:  2018.R.25 
 Creator/Collector:  High Performance
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 Title:  High Performance magazine records  
 Dates:  1953-2005 
 Abstract:  High Performance magazine records document the publication's content, editorial process and administrative history during its quarterly run from 1978-1997. Founded as a magazine covering performance art, the publication gradually shifted editorial focus first to include all new and experimental art, and then to activism and community-based art. Due to its extensive compilation of artist files, the archive provides comprehensive documentation of the progressive art world from the late 1970s to the late 1990s. 
 Number:  2006.M.8 
 Creator/Collector:  Ochoa, Horacio
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 Title:  Horacio Ochoa photographs of Peruvian sites and monuments,  
 Dates:  1920-1959 
 Abstract:  The collection contains photographs by Horacio Ochoa of monumental natural and built environments in Peru. The photographs were used by Daniel Ruzo in his research on Peruvian protohistory. Many of the images depict the sacred places or large sacred objects known as huacas. Included are the sites of Antabamba, Sayhuite (Saywite), Machu Picchu, Anghas Marka, Huiñay Huayna(Wiñay Wayna), and Moray. 
 Number:  2006.R.4 
 Creator/Collector:  Brehme, Hugo
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 Title:  Hugo Brehme Views of the Mexican Revolution  
 Dates:  1913-1920 
 Abstract:  German-born Mexican photographer. Photographs by Hugo Brehme document two episodes of the Mexican Revolution: La Decena Trágica of 1913, the ten days of counter-revolutionary insurrections against President Francisco Madero; and the American occupation of Veracruz in 1914. Also included are several general views of Mexico, circa 1914-1920. 
 Number:  98.R.5 
 Creator/Collector:  Repton, Humphry, 1752-1818
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 Title:  Humphry Repton architectural and landscape designs  
 Dates:  1807-1813 
 Abstract:  English landscape designer. An assembled collection of drawings, letters and a report document Humphry Repton's designs for gardens and buildings. 
 Number:  850834