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Harry Lunn Papers, 1855-1999, bulk 1965-1999

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Lunn (Harry) Papers
Series VI. Clipppings and serials, 1855-1998, undated 1.25 Linear Feet (3 boxes)
The series contains clippings collected by and sent to Lunn mostly regarding fine art prints and photography. Topics include the art market, both in general and on photography in particular; collectors and collecting; arts funding; and gallery reviews, openings, and notices. The serials are comprised of single issues containing significant articles related to these same topics, and of newsletters dedicated to photography and prints.
Arrangement
Clippings are arranged topically. Serials are arranged alphabetically by title.
box
177-178 Clippings, 1969-1999, undated
box folder
177 1-4 Art market, 1969-1999
177 1 General and prints, 1969-1979, undated
177 2-4 Photography market, 1970s-1990s
177 2 1970s
177 3 1980s
177 4 1990s
177 5-6 Photography, 1970-1999, undated
177 5 1970s
177 6 1980s-1990s, undated
177 7-8 Gallery reviews, openings, and notices, 1970s-1990s, undated
177 7 1970s
177 8 1980s-1990s, undated
box folder
178 1 Collectors and collecting, 1975-1989, undated
178 2 Joan Mondale, 1978
Liaison to the arts in the Carter administration.
178 3 Photography fakes, 1978
178 4 Photography taxes, 1978-1980
178 5 Susan Sontag, 1977-1978
Review of On Photography, and the Corcoran Symposium on Photography.
178 6 Prints, 1970-1989
Dates in the range are intermittant.
178 7 Arts funding, 1981
178 8 Book reviews, 1998, undated
178 9 General interest, 1975-1992, undated
Dates in the range are intermittant.
178 10 Cartoon exhibitions, 1975
178 11 19th century cartoons, circa 1880
Includes eight cartoons clipped from a British journal, most likely Punch or the Illustrated London News.
box folder
179 1-19 Serials, newsletters, and pamphlets, 1855-1998 0 Linear Feet
Most titles consist of only a few issues, primarily related to photography and the photography market.
179 1 Art Aktuell, 1977-1982
Includes June 1977; mid-May 1978; end of April 1982.
179 2 The Art Newsletter, 1976-1990
Includes 1976-1982; 1990.
179 3 Gordon's International Photography Annual, 1996
179 4 The Gray Letter, 1979-1981
Two issues: 1979, 1981.
179 5 Liberation (Arles 1997 Supplement), 1997
179 6 Life: 150 Years of Photography, Fall 1988
179 7 Orsay, December 1986
179 8 Photogolio, 1980-1982
Includes Winter 1980-1981; Christie's East, November 10, 11, 1981; Summer 1982.
179 9 The Photograph Collector, 1981-1998
Includes 1981-1982; 1991, 1995-1998.
179 10 Photography Newsletter (University of New Mexico), 1976 December
179 11 Photographs: A Collector's Newsletter, 1982 February 1
179 12 Photography in New York, 1991 March/April
Special Feature: Los Angeles.
179 13-14 The Village Voice, 1975-1978
179 13 Special Section: "The Photography Generation Takes Over," 1975 December 8
179 14 Special Section: "Inside the Photography Marketplace," 1978 December 4
179 15 The Print Collector's Newsletter, 1982 January-February
179 16 Update, 1991-1992 Winter
A news digest for members of the Art Dealers Association of America.
179 17 What's Up in Art, 1978 February, April
The Washington art market letter.
179 18 Bid for Life, 1995 June 26
Auction in honor of Robert C. Woolley benefiting AIDS organizations. Annotated copy.
179 19 Photography ephemera, 1855-1931
Includes the following pamphlets, manuals, and reprints: "The Afghan War. List of Photographs Taken with the Kurram Column by Bourne & Shepherd of Simla, Bombay & Calcutta" (circa 1879-1880); "An Exhibition Illustrating the Progress of the Art of Photography in America at the Montross Art Galleries, New York, October Tenth to Thirty-First, MCXII" (1912); Henry Garnett, "Richard Buxton: An Old-time Manchester Botanist," The North Western Naturalist (March 1931); and James E. McClees, Elements of Photography (Philadelphia, 1855, reprinted circa 1977); note on back cover: Facsimile reproduction of the original in the International Museum of Photography at the George Eastman House, Rochester, New York. Reproduced by permission for Beaumont Newhall in an edition of 500 of which this is Number 215.


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