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Descriptive Summary

Biographical Note

Scope and Contents

Restrictions

Index Terms

Related Material

Administrative Information

Archivist's Note

Description of Series

Manuscript material:

Scrapbooks:

Photographic Prints:

Transparencies - RESTRICTED:

University of Texas, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History

A Guide to the John Christian Photograph Collection, 1968-1993.



Descriptive Summary

Creator: Christian, John
Title: John Christian Photograph Collection
Dates: 1968-1993
Abstract: Documentary photographer John Christian was born in Sherman, Texas on October 27, 1940. The collection is comprised of Christian’s work from 1968 through 1993.
Accession No.: 88-326; 87-377; 88-419; 90-008; 90-039; 90-096; 90-180; 90-241; 90-271; 93-030; 93-298; 98-112
Extent: 1.5 in. manuscript material; 3 scrapbooks; 427 photoprints; 4,500 photonegatives (35mm); 1,000 photonegatives (120); 214 photonegatives (4 x 5); 2,250 positive transparencies (slides)
Language: Materials are written in English.
Repository: Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin

Biographical Note

Documentary photographer John Christian was born in Sherman, Texas on October 27, 1940. The son of a mining engineer spent his early years in Mexico City and in mining districts in and around central Mexico. His works have appeared in Texas Monthly, Popular Photography, The San Francisco Review of Art, Cuartoscuro and Mexico Desconocido. In 1976 he received the University of Texas at Austin’s Dobie Paisano Fellowship for documentary work on the Huichol Indians. John Christian currently lives and works in Austin, Texas.

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Scope and Contents

The collection is comprised of Christian’s work from 1968 through 1993. Subjects include Austin, Dallas, San Antonio, Houston, and other locations around Texas, Los Angeles, fellow artists and photographers, black Texans, Mance Lipscomb and a Monarch butterfly expedition. He has also traveled and photographed extensively in Mexico, including several studies of the Huichol Indians.

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

Access to portions of this collection, including slides and negatives, is restricted. Photographer retains reproduction copyright on all images. Contact repository for further information.

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Index Terms

Subjects (Persons)
Lipscomb, Mance, 1895-1976.
Subjects
Indigenous peoples--Mexico.
Places
Austin, Texas
Chililico, Mexico
Los Limones, Mexico
Mexico
Mexico City, Mexico
Santa Catarina, Nuevo León, Mexico

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Related Material

See also Lipscomb-Myers Collection, 1960-1983

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

John Christian Photograph Collection, 1968-1993, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin.

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 Archivist's Note 

The arrangement of items is chronological and by subject. The numbering on slides and 35mm negative sleeves is the photographer’s own.

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Detailed Description of the Papers

 

Manuscript material:

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2.325/V60 Posters:
Conjunto music at the Split Rail Inn, Austin, 1975
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3w17b 4x5 negative envelopes
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3.325/B101a 35mm negative envelopes
Correspondence to The Center for American History
News clippings
Empty negative envelopes
Book Manuscripts:
Photocopies of prints and contact sheets for proposed book, 1978
Manuscript draft of book, 1978
Exhibit/Appearance Announcements:
Postcard for “Paths of Mexico,” March 10, 1977
Postcard for “A Sacred Place,” September 10, 1984
Photocopy of flier, Los Dias de los Muertos at Eclectic gallery, Austin
Flier, “Toward a Sacred Place” discussion at The University of Texas at Austin, November 18, 1988
Thank you letter for exhibit at the Instituto Zacatecano de Cultura, Mexico City 2008
Publications about John Christian:
photocopy of Riata, p.3, 83,
photocopy of Arx Monthly, cover, credits, p. 22, 36, October 1968
photocopy of Arx Monthly, cover, credits, February 1969
“The First Mexicans” Texas Monthly, p. 73-76, September 1975
“Paths of Mexico” pamphlet, 1976
photocopy of “Toward a Sacred Place,” Duende, October 1988

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Scrapbooks:

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3w17f "Baby Days," John Christian
"Baby Days," Carolyn Christian
Childhood scrapbook of John Christian

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Photographic Prints:

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3S187.1 Exhibit Prints:
Mance Lipscomb: Grimes County Blues Master, 1993:
Sweed’s Place (formerly Nolan’s), where Mance Lipscomb used to play, 1993
Allenfarm bottomlands, Navasota, Texas, 1993
Rustic plank bridge, Navasota, Texas, 1993
Brazos River in heavy flow, Navasota, Texas, 1993
Ed Lathan at his gate, Navasota, Texas, 1993
Outbuildings on Ed Lathan’s farm, Navasota, Texas, 1993
Lillie Lathan in her yard, Navasota, Texas, 1993
Lillie Lathan at her quilting, Navasota, Texas, 1993
Ed and Lillie Lathan with portraits of their parents, Navasota, Texas, 1993
The Lathan farmhouse, Navasota, Texas, 1993
Brazos River with projecting bank, Navasota, Texas, 1993
Navasota Main Street – looking south, Navasota, Texas, 1993
Navasota Main Street – looking north, Navasota, Texas, 1993
Victorian-style home, Navasota, Texas, 1993
Baptist church where Mance Lipscomb’s funeral was held, Navasota, Texas, 1993
Mance Lipscomb’s descendants, at his home, Navasota, Texas, 1993
Mance Lipscomb’s old home, Navasota, Texas, 1993
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3S154 From the Red River to the Rio Grande: The Texas Photographs of John Christian, Barker Texas History Center, 1991:
St. Vincent de Paul Store, Austin, circa 1967
Lower Barton Creek, Austin, 1967
1951 Chevy, Barton Creek, Austin, circa 1968
Self-portrait, 910 West Avenue, Austin, circa 1974
Frog hunting, East of Elgin, circa 1960
Emory Peak on the South Rim of the Chisos Mountains, Big Bend National Park, 1967
Mance Lipscomb, 1967
Shoe repair shop, Sixth Street, Austin, circa 1967
The South Rim of the Chisos Mountains, from Lost Mine Trail, Big Bend National Park, 1967
Wedding, near Cedar Park, circa 1967
The Chicken House, 1968
Jim Franklin, in his studio, 1968
Russell Lee’s birthday party, Eastwoods Park, Austin, circa 1968
Grave site, New Braunfels, circa 1970
The kitchen of the Split Rail Inn, Austin, 1974
Legendary Kenneth Threadgill, performing at the Split Rail Inn, Austin, 1974
Ruby and her daughter at the Split Rail Inn, Austin, 1974
Two girls, Barton Creek Pond, circa 1974
Garden gate, Paisano Ranch, 1976
Hill Country windmill, near Paisano Ranch, 1976
Main gate, Paisano Ranch, 1976
Paisano ranch house, 1976
Pecan trees and clouds, Paisano Ranch, 1976
Upper Barton Creek, Paisano Ranch, 1976
East Texas pond, Grand Saline, 1980
East Texas snake on a stick, 1980
Ollie goes to Sherman, 1980
Cousin Nathan and Diane, Grand Saline, circa 1981
School Homecoming at the Kendall County celebration of the Texas Sesquicentennial in the town of Welfare, 1986
Welfare School Homecoming, Welfare, 1986
[2]
The Welfare Schoolhouse, Welfare, 1986
Family Shetland pony, near Granbury, 1989
Movie mural, Varsity Theatre, Austin, circa 1989
Treaty Oak shrine, Austin, 1989
John Christian, Hapuripa, Mexico, 1974
The swimming hole, upper Barton Creek, 1976
Abandoned barbershop, Stephenville, 1977
“If You Don’t Find What You Are Looking For—In This Store You Will Find It,” South Texas, 1979
Geraniums and homegrown tomatoes, East Texas, 1980
A look at the future sunset, Hyatt Regency Hotel, Dallas, circa 1980
Mural, on my route to the Texas State Fair, Dallas, circa 1980
Tributary of the Trinity River, North Texas, 1980
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3S126.1 Contact sheets:
From Negatives pulled for exhibit, 1991
[14]
“Mance Lipscomb: Grimes County Blues Master,” 1993
[4]
International Office Intensive English Program picnic, Summer, 1982
Jim Franklin paintings destroyed by fire in 1960s, on display in Volcan Gas, Co.
Unidentified
Work prints:
Not used in exhibit 1991
[22]
“Mance Lipscomb: Grimes County Blues Master,” Navasota, TX, 1993
[39]
Unidentified
[14]
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3w17f Mounted prints:
John Christian Portfolio for Sara Clark, 1969:
Austin 1969
Queretaro, 1968
Otomis, 1968
Self portrait, "The fotographer's wedding with his bride Iris," Texas 1970
Unmounted prints:
Mini photo albums:
Mexico trip
[2]
Unidentified
[11]
Military service:
“Our first real problem 1956! left to right Put. Moore C.B., me, Rice R.A., Hancock IB,” 1956
Fletcher, J.B., February 28, 1957
May 1957
[5]
February 1958
[3]
Sgt. Beard and Sgt. Gilbert A.J. fill off 2nd strop ‘G’ co.”
“Little girl in yellow coat has had face burned off”
“Clemclemen, Durham and Fletcher”
“Warren, Malinas, Miller, Mitchell, Callahan”
“Ladilaw, Bradley, Iahira, and Waserman”
“Co. ‘c’ parade”
“My room and personal valets…”
Unidentified
[5]
Family developed 1963
[19]
Texas
[30]
Huichol
[39]
Unidentified family and friends
[33]

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Transparencies - RESTRICTED:

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3W17g [Restricted] Slides:
Huichol
1970:
Jose Cosio Robles and family in Mexico City from Sta. Catarina, Jalisco, December 1970
1971:
Path between Mixquitic-Tezompa, “Los Encinos Trail” landscapes, Sta. Catarina, Jalisco, Spring 1971
[3]
Sta. Catarina, Jose’s family and landscape, Tutumakawe Tamairita, April 1971
Sta. Catarina village, buildings, landscape, May 1971
Sta. Catarina, “Kitenye” (Kuyatuaripa), May 1971
Sta. Catarina, tetsiweri, November 1971
Pochotita Path, November 1971
Utiama, November 1971
Tamairita, Nakarimakahua Tepo Fiesta, November 1971
Utiama, Pochotita, November 1971
Tamairita, November 1971
Huichol bull sacrifice, leonotis leonurus, Tamairita, November 1971
Uxama at Macutuxa (pascual Carillo’s daughter), November 1971
Macutuxa, December 1971
Julio Gonzalez, December 1971
Looking to Taimairita, Pueblo Nuevo airstrip, view of San Sebastian, November 1971
Unidentified
1974:
Los Limones, 1974
Huichol, Los Limones, 1974
E’s family at Nacarimacahae, [developed February 1974]
1976:
Huichol, October 1976
Huichol, Sierra, 1976
[2]
1978-1979:
Huichol weaving, Kimball Art Museum, Botswana Ostrich Necklace, 1978
Huichol weaving, with Dallas, 1978-1979
1987:
Huichol exhibit: “Mirrors of the Gods,” [developed 1987]
Huichol:
1969:
High Life building, Mexico City buildings, circa 1969
Nahuat people, All Souls’ Day, Chililico, Hidalgo, November 1969
Nahuat people, All Souls’ Day, Chililico de Huejutla, Hidalgo, Mexico, November 1969
Chililico, 1969
Chililico, North Hidalgo, 1969
1971:
Mural, Mexico City, December 1971
1972:
Peyote journey, John Lilly, 1972
Unidentified, November 1972
1974:
Unidentified, February 1974
1976:
Mexico, October 1976
Leaving to Pantla, Ectochrome, 1976
1977:
Early 1977
Sierra, wedding 1977
1978:
Laredo – Nuevo Laredo, March 1978
Night shots, downtown Mexico D. F., Mexico mural, Sanborns, sunset, 1978
Butterfly, Mexico City, April - May 1978
Train from Laredo to Mexico D. F., Diane, 1978
Goitia paintings, train from N. Laredo, Geneve Hotel, Mexico City, 1978
Goitia painting, train from N. Laredo, 1978
Diane’s paintings, Juanita’s party, Cuoji – Mexico D. F., 1978
Night street scenes, Cuajimalpa, 1978
1979:
Ginny, Jennifer, and Jorge, Mexico City, 1979
Dead birds, Quearuhuitea, 1979
Pablo Macho, Saoleme, Lena; snake; view of Quearuhuitea, 1979
La virveu e’hijo, copies of old photos, rock crystal, 1979
Quearuhuitea from Mt. Quearuhiu, Chupalagua Canyon from Nahuitsie, ritual objects, 1979
Campos in the a.m., Fiesta de toros from above, Quearuhuitea, September 1979
Nahuitsie, Pano, Quearuhuitea from above, September 1979
Nanawita Naixa, material and sierra, test with I. N. I., portrait of H. and O., 1979
Cerro de Huiste, Soledad, horned lizard, 1979
Quearuhuitea view from above, Amanita M., view from Nawitsie, 1979
Sierra, lightning, pottery from Godsites, Namahuita Naixa, 1979
Xapa tree and sunset, Quearuhuitea, Toapuri, Semana Santa, 1979
Buildings, meeting, landscapes, Toapuri, Semana Santa, 1979
Gene and Eva Everhart, weaving, artwork, Negrin family, Mexico, 1979
Sta. Catarina and portraits, Chepto’s family, [developed May 1979]
1981:
The Sierra, copy of toto pic at Antonia, August 1981
Sierra, Tsuculima, Brunita, landscape, August 1981
Sierra, Uxata, cable car, night shots, door, August 1981
Sierra, Uxata, cable car, night shots, cats, Huichol bags, August 1981
Sierra, August 1981
1982:
Hapuripa, leaving for Muxipa, Guyabo Colomos, Muxipa Tenzompa night shots, Sierra Journey, 1982
Guadalajara, Sierra Journey, 1982
Going into the Sierra, Tezompa, Saoleme, Tegaupani Muxipa, horned toad, church, Sierra Journey, 1982
Leaving for Muxipa, evening pictures of Muxipa, El Guayabo, Los Colomos, Sierra Journey, 1982
Sierra Journey, 1982
Into Sierra, Sierra Journey, 1982
Oxama weaving, Casa Blanca, Rancho Michoacan, Alejandro’s Trial, bags, Sierra Journey, 1982
Atotonilco, Jal. Hot water springs, Pinturas Rupestres, mural, pre-Colombian rock art, Sierra Journey, 1982
Uxata, night shots, bus station, leaving for Fresnillo, mural art at Fresnillo bus station, Sierra Journey, 1982
Unmounted slides, film pieces, outtakes, misplaced slider, Sierra Journey, 1982
Atotonlica, 1982
1985:
Cora Cardona, 1985
Pablo Emilio Madero Jr. (grandson of ex-pres of Mexico Francisco Madero) and wife, Nuevo Laredo, circa 1985
Unidentified, November 1985
Texas:
1968:
Austin, 1968
1972:
Eagle Run, Austin, Ray Harris, May 1972
1976:
Bobby Boothe’s Diane, going to find the Monarch Butterflies, Austin, December 1976
1977:
Irving, Texas, December 1977
Dallas at sunset, Diane’s family, Christmas, East Texas, December 1977
1978:
Texas State Fair, street mural, Huichol weaving, Kung (Botswana) ostrich necklace, Dallas, 1978
Going to Mexico, from Austin to San Antonia, Laredo (N. Laredo), Monarch, March 1978
Austin, Sherman, Grand Saline, Texas, May 1978
Stephanie’s birthday, family and kin, Stephensville, Texas, May 1978
1981:
Eeyore's planning night 1981
Eeyore's birthday 1981
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3W17d [Restricted] Unknown locations:
1968-70:
J.C. Pulls – early work, Nahuat, Mexico, 1968-70
1971-1977:
Selects, slides for slideshow from plastic sack, [developed 1971-1977]
1978:
Butterfly, 1978
Comanche air show, inside airplane, 1978
Comanche air show, Jumpers, 1978
Undated:
Color photos used for J.C. exhibit
Unidentified
Negatives:
120, color:
Unidentified
35mm, color:
Skydive pictures, 1975
International Office Intensive English Program picnic, Summer 1982
Unidentified
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3W17e [Restricted] 120, black and white:
Select group: July 31, 1993
Gravestones, Don Trepagnier with guitar, Onion (Bear) Creek, Buda, 1964
Children, San Marcos Courthouse; church, Kyle (now gone?), 1964
Tesquiapan, Mexico, circa 1965
Children/Boquillas COAH, Big Bend, circa 1967
Jim Franklin painting, sitting man, 6th Street
Smithville
Brovira
Boquillas, across Big Bend
Unidentified
John and Mary Kay Erickson, school friends from Galveston, Sam Houston State U., circa 1964
Pontiac, Gravestone, Buda (Onion Creek), circa 1964
Chuck Williams, circa 1967
J.C. home at 910 West Ave., Austin (torn down), friend John Strother, 1967
Jim Franklin, poster artist, 1967
Landscapes, April 1968
John and Mary Kay, two women, two girls, cars in junkyard, boy and girl, street corner, July 1968
Jim Franklin, Austin, Texas, 1969
Sandra Shapiro in striped shirt
Portraits of a woman
Woman singing, Zilker Park
Musicians, Zilker Park
Woman sitting in grass, adobe houses
Junkyard
Cemetary
Boy spinning, Mexico
Hill Country Farm
Jim Franklin
Stores and storefronts, Gabriel Moedano
Hamilton pool
Family photos
Penny arcade
Auto salvage yard
Don Trepagnier, Buda
Buda
Quarry landscape, Buda
Love-in, Killeen, TX
Erickson family, Manor, TX
Love-in, Austin, TX
Wheeler family, San Marcos
Jim Franklin paintings destroyed by fire in 1960s, on display in Volcan Gas, Co. [damaged, fragile]
Unidentified
35mm, black and white
Two friends, Barton Springs pool, 1969
Chililico, Huasteca-Tacanhuitz, Mexico, 1969
Ray Harris, self-portrait, Benny McAdams, 1910 West Ave. (torn down), 1970
Robert Maples, Travis Country Dump Guardian, circa 1976
Kenneth Threadgill, Split Rail, 1975
Diane Watts, J.C., Barton Creek, Agarita bushes, Paisano Ranch, shed, 1976
Landscape, ranch house, Diane Watts, J.C., peach trees, clouds, big elm, 1976
Sky Divers, Comanche, Texas, August 1978
University of Texas Main Building, Students from Mexico, March 10, 1982
Last poetry read at Paul Foreman’s Brazos Bookstore, 1989
Mance Lipscomb, June 1993
San Antonio bus station
UT Main Building, Dobie House, student graffiti
Saltillo
Graves with conch shells/Barton Creek
Split Rail
Texas live oak at MLK Boulevard, J.C. neighborhood
Russell Lee 72nd birthday, Gary Winogrand and daughter, Paisano
Numbered unidentified
Unidentified
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3W17c [Restricted] Select Groups:
Numbered 4 – 48 B5
Numbered 22289 - 35369
Numbered 69042 – 71195
Laredo
Huiquilucan
Mexico D. F.
Piedres Negras: New York-Potomac River, Brooklyn-Hyde Park (Austin), Paisano (non-Mexico)
Paths
Paths and Huichol
Huichol negatives, which have been done
Huichol negatives to be done
Huichol Indian, 1970
Miscellaneous Huichol negatives, 1971
Huichol Sierra, Mexico, 1972
Huichol Negatives, 1973
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3W17a [Restricted] 4x5:
1967:
Sandra Shapiro, Austin, September 1967
[3]
Negro youth, Houston, 1967
Old frame house, Louisiana, 1967
Sterne building entrance, Houston, 1967
Three Negroes, Brenham, Texas 1967
[2]
Junkyard, 1967
Three doors, junkyard, 1967
[2]
Cars, Austin junkyard, 1967
Betty Parker, 1967
Nude #1, 1967
Big Bend, lost mine trail, 1967
Big Bend, toward St. Elena Canyon, Rio Grande Riverbend, 1967
South rim, Big Bend, 1967
Town before Marathon, Texas, 1967
Sandra Shapiro, 1967
[2]
Rock formation, Big Bend, 1967
Fred Salaff, Buda, Texas, 1967
Junk auto, 1967
Lower Barton Creek, 1967
[3]
Barton Creek, Spring 1967
Trees on mountainside, Chisos Mountains, 1967
Riverbed, Big Bend, 1967
My house in Austin, 910 West Avenue, 1967
Revival tent, 1967
Allen Leonard, 1967
“Love-in,” 1967
1967-1968:
Trees, 1967-68
[2]
Grass, 1967-68
[7]
Grass and rocks, 1967-68
Dead cedar, 1967-68
Cactus, 1967-68
Sycamore trees, 1967-68
Mud cracks, 1967-68
Pasture, 1967-68
Streambed and grass, 1967-68
Hill country tree, 1967-68
Rock wall, Texas hill country, 1967-68
Mexico landscape en route to Queretaro Central Plateau – Chihuahua Desert, 1967-68
Mexico church, 1967-68
[4]
Mexico church, rear view, 1967-68
[2]
Jim Franklin artwork, 1967-68
[2]
Clouds, 1967-68
[2]
1968:
Rock formation, Mexico, 1968
Stream landscape, Hutto Ranch, 1968
Children, Shoal Creek, 1968
Landscape, Hutto Ranch, 1968
[2]
Gabriel Moedano, Barton Creek, Summer 1968
[2]
Thistle west of Barton Creek, 1968
Zilker Park trees and shrubs, 1968
Dave Plank, Trailer park, 1968
Mexico, 1968
[8]
Saltillo, 1968
[2]
Cadereyta, Queretaro, Mexico, 1968
Group of children, Mexico, 1968
School group, Mexico, 1968
Children of Barrio of La Maddalena, Tequisquiapan, Que., Mexico 1968
Trees, Shoal Creek, 1968
Ocote Grass, Hutto Ranch, 1968
Tree, 1968
Hirsch Creek, Winter, 1968
Sycamore leaves, Hirsch Creek, 1968
One Sycamore, 1968
Cactus 1968
Children at Shoal Creek (Mexican family), 1968
Bush and sand, Tequisquiapan Queretaro, 1968
Hutto Ranch, 1968
Pasture, Hutto Ranch, 1968
Hutto Creek, November 1968
Rock creek bed, Hutto Ranch, 1968
Rock, Mexico, 1968
Wall, Mexico, 1968
[3]
Sycamores and grass, Hutto Ranch, 1968
Hirsch Creek, 1968
Straw, 1968
Shoe, Shoal Creek, 1968
White Tridia grasses, Austin, Fall 1968
Otomi Capilla, San Miguel Toliman, Que., August 1968
Otomi supper in celebration of San Miguel, San Miguel Toliman, Queretaro, August 1968
Otomis dancing, San Miguel Toliman, Que., August 1968
Maestro Toliman, 1968
Cook women, Dona Placida in Capilla, Toliman, Que., 1968
Rastro – cow, Mexico, 1968
Missy Trepagnier at Bear Creek, 1968
1969:
Pond Hutto Ranch, Winter 1969
Sycamore leaves, Hutto Ranch, 1969
Winter pool, 1969
Grabcrass, 1969
Zilker Park, April 1969
Rocks by stream, Austin, April 1969
Erosion #2, Hutto Ranch, Austin, May 1969
Erosion, May 1969
Cedars/grass and sand, May 1969
Cedar and rocks, 1969
Barton Creek, May 1969
Creek April 1969
Oaks and grass, Winter 1969
Creek, Hutto Ranch, 1969
Cedar, Hutto Ranch, 1969
Rocks and Trees, Hutto Ranch, Winter 1969
1970:
Jim Bones at Bull Creek, April 1970
[2]
Ray Harris y Pupper, February 1970
Ann Bones, Bull Creek, April 1970
[5]
Waller Creek, January 1970
[2]
Bull Creek, April 1970
[3]
Cedar Roots, Bull Creek, April 1970
Bull Creek cedar tree, April 1970
“Moon Rock,” Barton Creek, April 1970
[3]
1978:
Diane at San Angel “fountain,” Mexico City, 1978
Undated:
Unidentified man and woman, Huasteca Nahuat area, Mexico
Muddy Waters poster or album jacket
Muddy Waters
Tree in stream
Trees and path
Stone house
Storefront with “rainbo” on doors
Jim and Lee Bowden by window of old limestone building
Filling station, Cameron, Louisiana
Shrubs and leaves, Zilker Park
Town near Bastrop, Texas
Flower
Creek bed
Pebbles
Nude
Begonias
Houston White, Don Trepagnier
Monument
Wall
[2]
Grass
[2]
Creek, rocks, trees
Dead cedar and grass
Dead cedar
Manfield’s maids
Two-headed woman
Janice Taylor
Unidentified
Experiment with Zone One Subjects, Select Group
Unidentified Select Group

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