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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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Album Palliere, escenas americanas (1)
Albumen prints -- Argentina -- 19th century (1)
Albumen prints -- Belgium -- 19th century (1)
Albumen prints -- Bolivia -- 19th century (1)
Albumen prints -- Chile -- 19th century (1)
Albumen prints -- Peru -- 19th century (1)
Albumen prints -- Spain -- 19th century (1)
Architecture, Domestic -- Peru -- Lima (1)
Bizioli, Cézar (1)
Cabinet photographs -- Argentina -- 19th century (1)
Catedral de Arequipa (1)
Catedral de Lima (1)
Catedral de Santiago de Chile (1)
Church architecture -- Belgium (1)
Church architecture -- Spain (1)
Courret Hermanos (1)
Courret, Aquiles (1)
Courret, Eugenio, 1841- (1)
Earthquakes -- Peru -- Arequipa (1)
Ford, Francis Clare, 1828-1899 (1)
Gardens -- Peru -- Chorillos (1)
Garzón, Rafael, 1863-1923 (1)
Gauchos -- Portraits (1)
Gonnet, Esteban, 1830-1868 (1)
Group portraits -- Argentina -- 19th century (1)
Harbors -- Chile -- Arica (1)
Harbors -- Peru -- Arica (1)
Harbors -- Peru -- Callao (1)
Huerta, C. (1)
Indians of South America -- Argentina (1)
Indigenous peoples -- Argentina (1)
Indigenous peoples -- Chile -- Portraits (1)
Indigenous peoples -- Peru -- Portraits (1)
Landscapes -- Chile (1)
Legoupy, Adolphe (1)
Léon & Levy (Firm) (1)
Molina, T. (1)
Monasteries -- Spain (1)
Neurdein frères (1)
Palaces -- Belgium (1)
Palaces -- Spain (1)
Palliere, León, 1823-1887 (1)
Panoramas -- Argentina -- 19th century (1)
Panunzi, Benito (1)
Paper money -- Argentina -- 19th century (1)
Patagonians -- Portraits (1)
Pietà (1)
Reproductions -- Argentina -- 19th century (1)
Studio portraits -- Argentina -- 19th century (1)
Studio portraits -- Peru -- 19th century (1)
Tehuelche Indians -- Portraits (1)
Toba Indians -- Portraits (1)
Tracings (drawings) -- Argentina -- 19th century (1)
Tsunamis -- Chile -- Arica (1)
1Creator/Collector:  Unidentified
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 Title:  Spain and Belgium travel album  
 Dates:  compiled 1890s 
 Abstract:  An album containing views of Spain and Belgium, focusing on the exteriors and interiors of churches, monasteries, palaces and civic buildings. Locales represented include Burgos, San Lorenzo del Escorial, Córdoba, Toledo and Seville in Spain, and Brussels, Antwerp, Liège and Spa in Belgium. 
 Number:  89.R.38 
2Creator/Collector:  Courret Hermanos
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 Title:  Views of Chile and Peru  
 Dates:  approximately 1868 
 Abstract:  The collection comprises two albums containing a total of 94 photographs by Courret Hermanos. Each album begins with portraits, followed by photographs of sites in and around the major cities of Peru and Chile. Album I [Peru and Chile] contains 42 photographs, while the Album II [Chile] contains 52 photographs. 
 Number:  96.R.1 
3Creator/Collector:  Ford, Francis Clare, 1828-1899
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 Title:  Album de vistas y costumbres de la provincia de Buenos Aires  
 Dates:  1844-1878 
 Abstract:  An album containing 77 photographs and 20 pencil tracings, compiled by the British diplomat Francis Clare Ford during his first posting to Buenos Aires in 1866. Included among the photographs are three joined panoramas of the city; views of the city's monuments and buildings; scenic views of the surrounding pampas and genre scenes depicting life on the pampas; and portraits of gauchos and indigenous peoples. There are also 20 sheets of pencil tracings made from León Palliere's depictions of life in the Argentine countryside taken from his Album Palliere, escenas americanas. 
 Number:  2016.R.39