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Descriptive Summary

Biographical/Historical Note

Scope and Contents

Organization and Arrangement

Restrictions

Index Terms

Administrative Information

Description of Series

I: News Photography and Features, circa 1971-2002, undated:

II: Printed material, circa 1965-1988, undated:

University of Texas, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History

A Guide to the Steve Northup Photographic Archive, circa 1965-2002



Descriptive Summary

Creator: Northup, Steve, photographer.
Title: Northup, Steve photographic archive
Dates: circa 1965-2002
Abstract: Ranging in date from circa 1965-2002, the Steve Northup Photographic Archive consists of approximately 15 linear feet of slides, film negatives, contact sheets and photographic prints from photojournalist Steve Northup’s career with news organizations including UPI, the Washington Post, Time magazine and People magazine.
Accession No.: AR 2012-237; AR 2013-220
Extent: approx. 19 ft.
Language: Materials are written in English.
Repository: Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin

Biographical/Historical Note

Steve Northup was born in Amarillo, Texas, on June 29, 1941. Growing up in Santa Fe, New Mexico, Northup worked on a newspaper while still in high school. His photographic career began in 1962 when he joined United Press International (UPI) in San Francisco and continued to work with them in Miami and Saigon. He covered the Vietnam War in 1965 and 1966. He then joined the Washington Post for five years before moving on to Time magazine, where he was on staff for twenty years. He was a Nieman fellow at Harvard in 1974 and has published three books: Southwestern Indian Jewelry, Naga Cities of the Mekong: A Guide to the Temples, Legends and History of Laos, and Festivals of Laos.

A trustee of the Indochina Media Memorial Foundation, Northup teaches photojournalism at workshops in Vietnam. After roaming the world, Steve returned to his roots in New Mexico and now lives with his family in Santa Fe. His personal work is photographing the indigenous cultures of the southwestern United States and Guatemala. Northup donated his archive to the Briscoe Center in 2012.

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Scope and Contents

Ranging in date from circa 1965-2002, the Steve Northup Photographic Archive consists of approximately 15 linear feet of slides, film negatives, contact sheets and photographic prints from photojournalist Steve Northup’s career with news organizations including UPI, the Washington Post, Time magazine and People magazine. Subjects pictured in the archive include several American presidents (e.g., Richard Nixon, Jimmy Carter and Ronald Reagan), Congress and politics, anti-war demonstrations, the Watergate investigation, several Democratic and Republican presidential conventions, the Vietnam War and the 1972 takeover of the Bureau of Indian Affairs building. Additionally included are numerous images from New Mexico, the U.S.-Mexico border region and Central America, including Guatemala.

The archive also contains a small amount of printed material collected by Northup and tearsheets featuring Northup’s work.

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Organization and Arrangement

The archive is arranged into two series by material type.
  • I. News Photography and Features, circa 1965-2002, undated
    • A. Slides, circa 1972-1988
    • B. Film negatives, circa 1971-1980, undated
    • C. Mixed materials: includes negatives, contact sheets and prints, circa 1961-1981, undated
    • D. Photographic prints, circa 1965-2000, undated
    • E. People magazine film negatives, 1978-1990
    • F. Guatemala photographs, 2001-2003
  • II. Printed material, circa 1965-1988, undated

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

This collection is open for research use.

Use Restrictions

A portion of these photographs is stored remotely. Advance notice required for retrieval. Contact repository for retrieval.

Contact photographs archivist for information regarding copyright.

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Index Terms

Subjects (Persons)
Carter, Jimmy, 1924---Photographs.
Ehrlichman, John--Photographs.
Haldeman, H. R. (Harry R.), 1926-1993--Photographs.
Nixon, Richard M. (Richard Milhous), 1913-1994--Photographs.
Northup, Steve--Archives.
Reagan, Ronald--Photographs.
Wallace, George C. (George Corley), 1919-1998--Photographs.
Subjects (Organizations)
American Indian Movement--Photographs.
Democratic National Convention--Photographs.
Republican National Convention--Photographs.
United States. Congress--Photographs.
Subjects
Anti-war demonstrations--Photographs.
Borderlands Mexico--Photographs.
Borderlands United States--Photographs.
Legislators--United States--Photographs.
Mexican-American Border Region--Photographs.
Politicians--United States--Photographs.
Presidents--United States--Photographs.
Vietnam War, 1961-1975--Photographs.
Watergate Affair, 1972-1974--Photographs.
Places
Guatemala--Photographs.
New Mexico--Photographs.
Vietnam--Photographs.
Washington, D.C.--Photographs.

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Steve Northup Photographic Archive, circa 1965-2002, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin.

Processing Information

This collection was processed by Annie Sollinger, Amy Bowman and Tim Mapp, 2012-2013.

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Detailed Description of the Papers

 

I: News Photography and Features, circa 1971-2002, undated:

A. Slides, circa 1972-1988
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2012-237/1 Sec. Of Interior James Watt in New Mexico, for Time; Watts visits the Bisti Badlands in northwest New Mexico (T43730) [10-83-6467]
President Jimmy Carter, historical [1-81-8779]
Grenada, Nicaragua, Time (T67068) [3-86-1820]
Miscellaneous [10-84-8602]
New patriotism: Santa Fe fiesta, Blacksmith Tom Joyce, for Time [12-84-8969]
Supreme Court justice Sandra Day O’Connor, for Time (T86489) [7-87-9082], May 25, 1987
Archaeology, Chaco Canyon, New Mexico [5-84-7797], 1980
Rev. Jesse Jackson leads Washington Rainbow Coalition rally, for Time (T53125) [1-85-9177], January 19, 1985
Paralyzed man with a horse, Discover magazine [5-84-7908], August 1983
Personalities [3-83-5057]
DNA research for Time (T27065) [3-81-9358], January 8-9, 1981
Chris Kraft, head of NASA [1-83-4616]
Sen. Paul Laxalt, for Time Magazine [1-83-4617]
Cattle drive [7-84-8318]
Midnight run, Albuquerque, for Time (T49711) [8-84-8368]
Mexico City murals [6-84-8042]
New Mexico State Fair, for Time (#T50867) [9-84-8576]
Langmuir Lightning Lab near Socorro, New Mexico, for Discover [8-84-8454]
Guatemala, Chiquimula, market; Flores [5-84-7803]
Nicaragua [4-84-1927]
Hands Across America near Gallup, New Mexico, for Time [6-86-2400], May 25, 1986
Water! Central Arizona project canal, ‘Tucson ethic’, for Time (T73084) [9-85-0535]
Volunteer archaeologists, for Time [11-85-0920]
Mexican poet Octavio Paz in his Mexico City apartment, for Time (T28601) [12-82-4480]
San Ysidro’s (Calif.) “Peso Row”, home of the money changers on the U.S.-Mexico border, for Time (T38481) [12-82-4482]
Mesquite cooking, for Time (T46727) [3-84-7573]
Border story, misc. [8-88-1879]
Animals [5-84-7793]
1982 second total lunar eclipse [1-83-4613], 1982
Ultra light aircraft (Utah), for Time [1-83-4614]
Drought-stricken farm in E. Colorado [1-83-4615], May 1982
Acoma Pueblo, New Mexico, for Time [11-87-0086]
Antoine Predock, architect, Albuquerque, New Mexico, for Time (T95930) [4-88-1030], March 23, 1988
Colorado River for Time (T48117) [2-85-9267]
Colorado River for Time (T48116) [3-85-9418]
Colorado River for Time (T48611) [3-85-9419]
New Mexico State Prison, for Time (T52914) [5-85-9917]
TWA 847 hostage crisis, Jimmy Palmer returns to Little Rock, Arkansas, for Time [7-85-0166]
Mexico border, for Time [8-85-0297]
Shidoni Inc. for Inc. mag. [9-85-0482]
“Old air” testing, Los Alamos National labs, for Time [9-85-0531], July 31, 1985
Personalities: Jesse Jackson; Jody Powell at Democratic Convention (1980); Elizabeth Taylor with brother, Howard; Gov. Carey and Mayor Koch, for Time [1-83-4626]
Panama Canal, for Time [1-83-4624], 1979
Eclipse, for Time [1-83-4621], 1979
President Reagan in Virginia, for Time (T31084) [11-81-1342]
Alaska, for Time [1-81-8787]
President Nixon in Russia, for Time [1-81-8783]
Drought, for Discover (#102636D) [9-81-0814], Tucson, Arizona, February 13, 1981
U.S.A.-Mexican border, El Paso, Texas, for Time (T71059) [7-85-0132]
Mexico-U.S. border and border patrols to capture illegal aliens [1-81-8788]
U.S.A.-Mexican border, New Mexico, for Time (T71159) [7-85-0122]
Walter Mondale leaves home for second debate, Time (T51640) [11-84-8827]
1980 Democratic Convention: overalls, Mayor Ed Koch [7-84-8275]
Oil shale in Colorado, for Time [12-80-8711]
Nuclear ninjas anti-nuclear terrorist team training exercises near Albuquerque, for Time (T89080) [7-88-1565]
Harmonic Convergence, Chaco Canyon, New Mexico, for Time (T87532) [9-7-9563], August 15-17, 1987
Oest Family (American scene) for Time (T86281), Valdez, New Mexico [10-87-9851]
Mexico oil industry, for Time [1-81-8953]
[1-83-4619] [empty]
Energy: wind power, for Time [12-80-8732]
Energy: geothermal, for Time [12-80-8731]
Energy: solar-wind, Sandia, New Mexico [12-80-8730]
Oil shale in Colorado [12-80-8711]
Energy: wave energy, for Time [12-80-8729]
Richard Nixon [1-83-4628]
USA-Mexico border, for Time (T83992) [9-87-9471], December 24, 1986
Border drug war for Time (T81461) [9-87-9476]
Nixon in USSR, Time (T5102) [1-81-8783]
President Richard Nixon, historical [1-81-8775]
Energy [6-84-8067]
Solar installation, Sandia, New Mexico, for Time [1-83-4620]
Mexico: Oil-Pemex, ruins, etc. for Time [1-83-4619]
Mexican oil crisis, for Time (T77068) [3-86-1751], January 28, 1986
Mexico, for Time [7-84-8319], 1978
Ronald Reagan [1-81-8781]
Republican National Convention, for Time [8-84-8413], 1984
1984 Democratic Convention [7-84-8293]
1980 Republican Convention [5-82-2955]
Pres. Reagan in Utah [11-82-4337]
Pres. Reagan and Pres. de la Madrid meeting in Mexico, for Time (T43069) [9-83-6250], August 14, 1983
Wednesday night, Republican speakers [9-84-8504]
Anti-nuclear test rally in Mercury, Nevada, Time (T84588) [2-87-3998], February 5, 1987
Anti-Nuke rally [5-82-2953]
Nuclear test site in Nevada, for Time (T84588) [2-87-4030], January 23, 1987
Pres. Reagan in New Mexico campaigning with Jack Schmidt and Sen. Pete Domenici, for Time [11-82-4152]
President Reagan at Republican Convention, for Time [1-83-4627], 1980
Republican convention [8-84-8413]
Democratic convention, 1980 [5-82-2951]
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2012-237/2 Water around Las Vegas, Central Arizona project, for Time (T97127) [7-88-1590]
Submarines, USS Honolulu in “Red Helmet” (Pearl Harbor), LA Times magazine [7-87-9197], April 12, 1987
NASA flying observatory for Discover magazine [6-82-3186]
Farm scenes: cattle scenes [6-82-3171]
Landing of space shuttle in New Mexico, for Time (T33280) [4-82-2630]
Nelson Bunker Hunt [6-82-3136], June 1976
Cattle stockyards and cattle drive [5-82-2956]
Agriculture [5-82-2952]
Ultra-light aircraft, for Time (T33749) [5-82-2878], April 24, 1982
Drought, Ogallala Aquifer, for Time (T32940) [5-82-2838]
George Wallace, 1972 campaign for presidency, for Time [6-82-3168]
George Wallace and wife, Cornelia [2-82-2073]
Miscellaneous: ERA demonstration, offshore oil rigs, flood [1-83-4625]
Mexico: ruins at Temple Mayor, Mexico City, for Time [12-82-4491]
Skiing in the Rockies, for Time (T26524) [1-81-8814]
Muslims in America, New Mexico, for Time (T96321) [5-88-1281]
Water! for Time [7-88-1584]
Rainbow over New Mexico, for Time (T49711) [7-84-8243]
Annual hot air balloon fiesta, Albuquerque, New Mexico, October 1981 [5-84-7928]
Hans Bethe, physicist, Los Alamos, New Mexico [6-84-8000] September 1980
Nicaragua: coffee, for Time magazine [3-86-1849], December 1985
Nuclear submarine prowls the Pacific [7-87-9197]
Cowboys [1-86-1236]
Hopi-Navajo Land Dispute, for Time (T28738) [10-81-1031], May 6, 1981
Nicaragua-Honduras border, for Time (T38401) [12-82-4453]
Senator Jeff Bingaman after victory, for Time [11-82-4342]
[ERA demonstration] [1-83-4625]
Voting in New Mexico, for Time (T38111) [11-82-4321]
Prof. Louis Nierenberg, mathematics, winner of Crafoord Prize, for Discover [8-82-3556]
National Center for Atmospheric Research, for Discover [8-82-3534]
Mescalero Indian tribe on their reservation in southern New Mexico, for Time (T50779) [9-84-8578]
Misc. personalities, Watergate personalities [3-83-5058]
Miscellaneous [3-83-5062]
Mexican border, for Time [6-83-5639]
Austin, Texas, for Time (T42338) [7-83-5909], July 5, 1983
Mayan ruins, Tikal, Guatemala [5-84-7798]
Mayan ruins, El Mirador, Guatemala [5-84-7799]
Mayan ruins, Palenque, Mexico [5-84-7800]
Henry Kissinger, recovering from heart bypass surgery, Palm Springs, California [6-84-8056], 1982
Italy: Venice, Milan [6-84-8080]
Cactus, southwest USA [6-84-8089]
AWACS plane, for Time [7-84-8198]
Santa Fe, New Mexico [10-81-1148]
Genetic engineering, for Time (T27167) [3-81-9327]
Astronomy, for Discover [1-83-4765], December 1982
One room schoolhouse, for Time (T75566) [12-85-1169]
Ross Knox, cowboy poet [1-86-1235]
Nicaragua, for Time [3-86-1851], December 1985
Colorado River, for Time (T48116) [3-85-9370]
Colorado River
Intel Plant (prints)
Astronomy (prints)
Rocky Mountain West, for Time (T25135, 25150) [2-81-9239 C]
Rocky Mountain West, for Time (T25136) [2-81-9239 B]
Rocky Mountain West, for Time (T25941) [1-81-9239 D]
U.S.-Mexican border, for Time [8-88-1786]
New Mexico State Penitentiary, for Time (T30866) [11-81-1304]
Journalists Wayne Vann and Roger Morris, for Time (T49026) [11-81-1283], October 13, 1981
Fetal research, Discover magazine [10-81-1263]
Mexico [12-82-4481]
Drought, for Discover magazine [10-81-1168]
Watergate personalities [1-83-4647]
Grand Canyon, Arizona tourists, for Time (T79613) [7-86-2729]
Babyland dolls [11-81-1331]
Wild horse roundup, for Time (T30636) [11-81-1500]
Raising llamas for sale, for Venture magazine [11-81-1373], October 1981
Pharmacies, Juarez, Mexico
Thomas “Tip” O'Neill
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2012-237/3 George Wallace, 1972 campaign (T5017) [6-82-3168]; Asia: Indonesia: Bali, 1987
Scientists of the year, for Discover magazine [2-81-9207], 1980
Hostage homecoming [2-81-9196]
Sunflowers [9-81-0828]
Turning autumn leaves in northern New Mexico, for Discover [1-81-9032]
Mexico President Miguel de la Madrid, for Time [12-82-4492], December 8, 1982
Chaco Canyon ruins and dig, for New York Times Magazine [12-81-1544]
Evanston, Wyoming, “Boom Town, U.S.A.” For Time (T86194) [1-81-8826]
Planes, for Discover (104078D) [9-81-0833]
Actor Michael York, for Time (T29880, T29964) [9-81-0884]
Border story, Lajitas, Texas, trading post, for Time (T96008) [8-88-1886]
Border story, Tijuana [8-88-1887]
Rocky Mountain West, Envelope 1, for Time (T25202) [2-81-9239]
Mexico, for Time [1-81-8884]
Border story, Rio Grande Valley Festival, Time (T95511) [8-88-1888], March 4, 1988
Mayan ruins, Copán, Honduras [5-84-7796]
Genentech, Herb Boyer, for Time (T27080) [3-81-9342]
Border story, El Paso, Time (T95773) [8-88-1890]
Queen’s visit to Mexico, Time (T39925, T39829) [3-83-4982]
The Pope in the USA, Phoenix and Tempe, Arizona, for Time [9-87-9680], September 14, 1987
Colorado River [2-85-9268]
Mexico, for Time (T42940) [8-83-6069]
Memorial for dead Beirut Marine PFC Munoz, for Time [11-83-6646]
Mexico, for Time (T41618) [7-83-5811]
USA-Mexico border, for Time [9-88-2134], March 14, 1988
“Pet Therapy” at Central New Mexico Correctional Facility, for Time (T85241) [3-87-4231], February 27, 1987
John Breaux campaigning in Louisiana [10-86-3257]
Rep. Henson Moore campaigning in Louisiana [10-86-3258]
Space shuttle astronaut memorial service, Johnson Space Center, for Time (T77087)
Ultra Quiz, for Us magazine [12-86-3531]
NCAR Doppler radar, near Boulder, Colorado, for Time (T74397) [1-87-3812], 1984
Ajo, Arizona, Time (T84717) [2-87-4003]
“Los de los Suenos” art troupe, for Time (T83404) [3-87-4091]
Border drug war, for Time (84915) [3-87-4092]
Colorado River, for Time (T48225) [2-85-9268]
Nicaragua (economy), for Time (T76068) [3-86-1821], December 10, 1985
Colorado River, for Time (T48147, T48381) [2-85-9257]
Mexico, Mexico City, for Time (T80402) [8-86-2700]
National Womens Political Conference, for Time (T42389) [7-83-5922], July 8-10, 1983
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3W143a Visiting nurse service, July 1990
[Antelope?], undated
Oil platform (T8425), undated
B. Film negatives, circa 1971-1980, undated
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2012-237/5 Bureau of Indian Affairs, AIM takeover, 1972
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2012-237/7 Tricia Nixon wedding (#100 A-I), 1971
Kennedy Center opening (#101 A-M), 1971
Indians (#102 A-F)
Elliot Richardson and Cliff Hardin (#103 A-F)
Sen. Brock, Thurmond, Dominick, Rep. Schmitz, Buckley (#104-A)
Senate (#105 A)
President Nixon and Ambassador Busch (#106)
Black children (#107 A-B)
President Nixon and Prime Minister Trudeau of Canada (#108 A-D)
Governor Wallace and wife, campaign (#109 A-G), 1972
Ethel Kennedy (#110 A-C)
Youth and GOP (#111 A-B)
Senator Humphrey (#112 A-D)
Senator Aiken (#113A-H)
Sen. Mike Mansfield (#114-A)
Congress (#115-A)
President Nixon and Laird (#116 –A)
Nixon in Tennessee (#117-A)
President Nixon, State of the Union (#118 A-C)
Jack Anderson (#119 A-F)
Jack Anderson (#120 A-C)
Jack Anderson with family (#121 A-C)
Sen. Muskie (#122 A-C)
Ray Price, Nixon speechwriter (#123 A)
Sen. Muskie, campaigning (#124 A-D)
C. Jackson Grayson (#125 A-C)
Hubert Humphrey (#126-A)
Clifford Hardin (#127 A-B)
Muskie (#128)
Rail Roads (#129 A-B)
Henry Kimelman (#139)
George Beall, U.S. Attorney for MD (#140)
George Wallace family (#141)
Drs. Galbraith (#142)
Anti-war demo, D.C. (#143 A-D), May 11, 1972
Quaker peace vigil (#144-A)
Black kids, playground (#145-A)
Pro-Nixon rally (#146 A-C), May 11, 1972
Anti-war rally, D.C. (#147 A-B)
Sen. Ellender funeral (#149 A-C)
ITT Hearing (#159 A-C)
Peter Flannigan (#161 A-D)
Sen. McGovern press conference (#162 A-B), August 5, 1972
Sen. McGovern (#163), August 6, 1972
President Nixon, press conference (#168 A-E)
Watergate and Howard Johnsons (#170-A)
George Wallace (#172 A-B)
FCC hearings (#173 A-B)
Lie detector (#174 –A)
President Nixon in Moscow (#175 A)
South Dakota floods (#176 A-B)
AFL-CIO council meeting (#178 A-F), July 19, 1972
International Monetary Fund (#180 A-C)
Construction workers (#181 A-B)
Robert Pitofsky, head FTC (#182)
McGovern-Shriver fundraiser (#183 A-B), August 28, 1972
Inauguration, construction of stands (#184 A-B)
McGovern delegates (#185)
Jim Boren, Bureaucratic Party (#187 A-C)
Rep. Henry Helstoski (#188), October 1972
Nelson Rockefeller, Henry Kissinger (#189 A-D)
Ron Zeigler (#190 A-C)
Admiral Elmo Zumwalt (#192 A-B)
Peace demonstrators, White House (#193 A-C), November 1972
President and Mrs. Nixon, Christmas tree (#195 A-B)
Robert Strauss (#196 A-D)
Cookie look-a-likes of national politicians (#197)
Tricia Nixon with Scoop Jackson (#198 A-B)
United Mine Workers (#199)
James Keogh U.S.I.A. (#200A-B)
Herb Klein and John Ehrlichman (#201 A-C)
James T. Lynn, secretary of Hudd (# 202 A-C)
John O. Crow (#203 A-B)
Paris Peace Talks (#204 A-C)
Oldest plantations in America (#205 A-C)
Laszlo Pasztor, head of the Heritage Council for the RNC (#206 A-B)
President Nixon with Maurice Williams (#207 A-B)
Ken Reitz, head of GOP young voters (#208 A-B)
Fred Malek, CREEP (#209 A-C)
Jeb Magruder, CREEP (#210)
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2012-237/8 President and Mrs. Nixon greeting Chinese acrobats (#211 A-E)
Miles Kirkpatrick (#212 A-B)
White House briefing on Phase III (#213 A-B)
Paramedical barbers (#214 A-C)
Dr. George Burkley, physician to LBJ (#216)
Congressional Party (#217 A-E)
Bethesda Naval Hospital (#218)
LBJ doodles on the war (#219)
President Nixon, press conference (#220 A-D)
Casper Weinberger (#222 A-B)
Henry Kissinger and Herb Klein (#224 A-C)
Joseph Alsop (#225 A-D)
Frank Herringer, Dept. of Transportation (#226 A-B)
Lewis Engman, head of the FTC (#227 A-B)
John Whitaker (#228 A-B)
Birds??? (#229)
Nicholas von Hoffman (#230 A-D)
Paris Peace Talks (#231 A-B)
Paris Peace Talks (#232 A-C)
Henry Loomis, president of PBS (#233 A-B)
Henry Kissinger (#234 A-C)
Paris Peace Talks (#235 A-D)
Paris Peace Talks (#236 A-C)
Bureau of printing and engraving (#237)
President Nixon with King Hussein (#238 A-B)
William Gifford, Dept. of Treasury (#240 A-B)
Demonstrations against budget cuts (#241)
Henry Kissinger (#242 A-D)
President Nixon with Boy Scouts (#243 A-C)
Nader’s Raiders (#244 A-H)
Vice President Agnew (#245)
Cabinet wives, fundraising for Nixon (#246 A-C)
John Renaldo Ottina (#247)
K. Grahm (#248)
Charles Colson (#249 A-B)
Murray Chotiner (#250 A-B)
Arlington ceremonies for slain diplomats Noel and Moore (#251 A-B)
Nurse practitioners, Lucille Kinlein (#252)
Italian ambassador Ortena and wife (#253)
Watergate, Safeway supermarket (#254 A-D)
Meat ceiling announcement (#255 A-C)
Secretary of Agriculture Butz (#256 A-G)
Sen. Tom Eagleton, Judiciary committee (#257)
Donald Sarentelli, director of LEAA (#258 A-B)
Harold Green, ITT boss at Senate hearing (#259 A-D)
William H. Fishbait Miller (#260)
Sen. Cranston (#262 A-B)
Sen. William Proxmire (#263)
William Ruckelshaus, head of EPA (#264 A-B)
James R. Schlesinger, CIA (#265 A-B)
Elliot Marshall (#266 A-B)
David Sawford (#267 A-B)
P.O.W. wives (# 268 A-E)
President Nixon on TV (#269 A-B)
P.O.W. press conference (#270 A-D)
LSD psychoanalyst, Stanislav Grof (#271 A-B)
L. Patrick Gray, confirmation hearing (#272 A-B)
Attorney General Roger Crampton (#273A-B)
Sen. Sam Ervin and wife (#274 A-G)
Sen. Sam Ervin, Judiciary Committee (#275 A-D)
Sen. Sam Ervin, office (#276 A-D)
Elliot Richardson (#277A-B)
Henry Buchanan (#278)
George Lynch (#279)
Watergate hearings (#280 A-C), May 18, 1973
Watergate hearings, second day (#281 A-C)
Watergate hearings (#282)
Watergate hearings (#283), March 23, 1973
Watergate hearings, Gordon Liddy (#284 A-B)
Watergate hearings, Robert Odle, Ken Reitz (#286 A-C)
Watergate hearings (#287 A-F)
Watergate hearings (#288 A-G)
James McCord (#289 A-C)
Watergate hearings (#290 A-C), March 23, 1973
Watergate hearings (#291 A-D)
Watergate hearings (#292 A-C)
Watergate hearings, attorneys (#293 A-B)
H. R. Haldeman, Watergate Grand Jury (#295 A-B)
Watergate hearings, Kleindienst (#297 A-B)
Watergate hearings, John Ehrlichman (#296 A-B)
Watergate hearings (#298 A-B)
Closed door of session of the Senate appropriations (#304 A-C)
Watergate prosecutors (#306)
Huang Chen, Chinese representative to U.S. (#307 A-C)
Watergate hearings, Herbert L. Porter (#308 A-C)
Manhunt, Stephenville, Texas (#312 A-E), 1974
Rice University, 1974 (#313 A-E)
Don Davis, Black Lung (#323)
Washington bookstore (#323 A-B)
Watergate hearings, Committee (#329 A-C)
Watergate hearings (#332 A-I)
Robert Bork, Solicitor General (#347 A-B), March 29, 1973
Demonstration about lack of women judges (#348)
Mrs. Pat Hitt in her office (#349 A-B), February 15, 1973
Watergate reporters (#350 A-C), July 20, 1973
Kenneth Tapman (#354 A-B), May 31, 1973
Donald Rumsfeld (#358), April 14, 1974
Senator Baker Relaxing (#359)
Bradford Cooke (#363 A-B)
Joint Economic Committee hearings (#364 A-C)
Nurse practitioner,(#367A) 1974
Western progressive music, Austin, Texas (#368 A-J), August 23, 1974
Little old Texas (#369A), 1974
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2012-237/9 Oklahoma Senate race (#370 A-F), November 5, 1974
Opera South (#371 A-F), November 14, 1974
Prison rodeo, Texas (#374 A-E)
Cajuns (#375 A-D), January 1975
Sen. Lloyd Bentsen (#376 A-F), February 17, 1975
Plutonium plant, Silkwood (#377 A-C), November 1974
Reporters’ rights (#378 A-B), September 29, 1974
Sugar Creek, Texas (#379 A-D), February 1975
Richest horse race, New Mexico (#380 A-H), September 1, 1975
Ronald Reagan campaigning with Jimmy Stewart (#385 A-C), May 1976
Birch Bayh endorsing Carter (#388 A-B), May 1976
Texas Monthly (#393), October 1976
José López Portillo (#394 A-H), May 12, 1976
Inauguration, Mexican President Portillo (#395 A-F), December 1, 1976
Mexican President Portillo inauguration (#396 A-B), December 1, 1976
Mrs. Carter in Mexico (#397 A-I), December 1, 1976
Presidential Seal (#398), January 1977
Non-telephone communications (#399 A-B), Houston, 1977
Gerald Hines (#402 A-K)
Ronald Reagan campaigning (#403)
Mobile elderly (#404 A-L)
Sen. Edward Brooke and Gary Bowdach (#405-A), August 2, 1978
President Carter in Mexico (#406 A-B), August 4, 1978
President Carter (#407-A), August 1978
President Carter (#408 A-B), August 4, 1978
President Carter (#413 A-C), August 11, 1978
President Carter (#414 A), July 4, 1978
President Carter (#415 A), August 1978
Cyrus Vance (#417 A-B), August 1978
Nixon inauguration (#422 A-J)
Railroads,(#426-A), 1972
Henry Kissinger (#428-A)
Hubert H. Humphrey (#429-A)
Tricia Nixon’s wedding cake (#430-A)
Herb Denton, Washington Post (#432), August 1978
Jerry Hannifin, Washington correspondent (#433), August 1978
President Carter (#434 A-C)
Guy Gabaldon, mercenary soldier (#435-A)
Border economies, Tepito and Laredo (#436 A-F), December 1978
Band and baton contest, Willis, Texas (#437 A-C), November 11, 1978
South American hearings (#440 A-B)
Epic Center, El Paso, Texas (#442 A-B)
Jodey Blume, Arthur (#444 A-B)
U.S. currency, Dallas, Texas (#445 A)
The Watergate (#448 A), October 18, 1972
Sloan Energy home (#449A)
Sec. of Defense Brown (#453 A-E), December 12, 1978
Women military school cadets (#454 A), March 3, 1979
NASA Skylab (#457 A-D)
Indians and OPEC (#459A), August 8, 1979
Crazy Day (#460 A-H), October 31, 1979
Cattle drive (#461 A-B), November 19, 1979
Evergreen Aviation, Tucson, Arizona (#463 A-B)
Democratic Convention (#466 A-E), August 12, 1980
Oil Shale, Colorado (unnumbered), August 15, 1979
Sky Lab (unnumbered)
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3W143a Unidentified demonstration, undated
Agnes Martin, undated
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2012-237/9 Republican National Convention (unnumbered)
C. Mixed materials: includes negatives, contact sheets and prints, circa 1961-1981, undated
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2012-237/9 Jody Powell [4-82-2777], August 3, 1978
Watergate hearings [4-82-2778]
Watergate hearings, John Dean testifying [4-82-2779]
Ronald Reagan, campaigning in Indiana [4-82-2775], May 1976
Ronald Reagan/Nancy Reagan, campaigning [4-82-2774]
George Wallace [4-82-2769]
Demonstration in front of Capitol Bldg. For Time (T24015) [7-82-3261]
Watergate hearings [4-82-2812], August 22, 1973
Mexican-American border [11-88-2406]
Sally Kellerman caught in the act at New Orleans Roosevelt Hotel [4-82-2696]
Watergate hearings, John Mitchell testifying [4-82-2742]
John Ehrlichman, Simon and Schuster [12-85-1196] [empty]
Gov. George Wallace [4-82-2792]
Carter in North Carolina [4-82-2793], August 5, 1978
Watergate hearings, H. R. Haldeman testifying [4-82-2692]
Watergate hearings, John Dean testifying [4-82-2790]
John Ehrlichman in Santa Fe [4-82-2768]
Frank Sinatra in his youth [4-82-2766]
General Alexander Haig in his office at the Pentagon [4-82-2687]
John Sirica, judge for Watergate trial [4-82-2767]
Chuck Colson [4-82-2694], March 29, 1973
Watergate hearings, H. R. Haldeman testifying [4-82-2695]
New Mexico State Penn. [penitentiary] at Santa Fe, for Time (T46387) [4-81-9841], October 7, 1980
Mexico, oil [1-81-8920]
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2012-237/10 Watergate hearings, first day of John Dean’s testimony [4-82-2697]
Howard Hughes death [4-82-2688], April 1976
Special Watergate prosecutor Archibald Cox in his new office [4-82-2814], June 7, 1973
Watergate hearings, Ulasewicz testifying [4-82-2811]
Judge John J. Sirica at home with daughter Eileen, 10 ½, and dog Coco [4-82-2805]
Watergate hearings [4-82-2804]
New Mexico State Prison retreat, for Time (T59628) [5-85-9917]
Mexican poet Octavio Paz in his Mexico City apartment, for Time (12-82-4480]
Sec. Of Int. [Secretary of Interior] James Watt in New Mexico, for Time (T53646) [10-83-6467]
President Nixon and John Ehrlichman [8-82-3662]
Watergate hearings, Richard Kleindienst [4-82-2699], August 8, 1973
Ronald Reagan campaigning in West Virginia [4-82-2667], May 1976
Watergate Special Prosecutor Cox with his Chief Assistant James Neal at the Dept. of Justice
Watergate hearings, arrival of Jeb Magruder and two of Liddy’s attorneys
Watergate hearings, H. R. Haldeman testifying
George Wallace [4-82-2786]
Watergate hearings, McCord’s day to testify [4-82-2787]
Watergate hearings, with Ehrlichman [4-82-2677]
Ronald Reagan campaigning in Nebraska [4-82-2666], May 5, 1976
Signed photograph from Ronald Reagan
Watergate hearings (#341 A-E)
Watergate hearings, L. Patrick Gray (#339 A-D), August 6, 1973
Watergate hearings, Hugh Sloan (#310 A-F)
Watergate hearings (#300 A-C)
President Carter (#411 A-D), August 3, 1978
Jody Powell, Hamilton Jordan, Gerald Rafshoon (#409 A-B), August 11, 1978
Richard Nixon (#441 A)
George Wallace [4-82-2810]
Sen. Ted Kennedy (#410 A-B), August 10, 1978
Watergate hearings, John Ehrlichman testifying (#330 A-G)
Robert Bork, new Solicitor General in Washington (#347 A-C), March 29, 1973
Watergate hearings, John Dean testifying (T25125); Military manpower (T45285) [negatives only], May 13, 1980
Watergate hearings, Sally Harmony, Robert Reisner (T24944) (#311 A-E)
Watergate hearings (#346 A-B) (T25329)
Watergate hearings (#342 A-D) (T25248)
George Wallace (#130 A-B) (T21781)
George Wallace (#134 A-D) (T21782)
George Wallace (#131 A-B) (T21777)
Watergate hearings, John Dean testifying (#321 A-F) (T25149)
U.S. Supreme Court [1-81-8958], December 1972
Trinity site, where 1st atomic bomb was set off, for Time (T46358) [1-81-8808]
McCleans, John Garson [7-72-470] (negatives only)
Gov. Scott Matheson of Utah, for Time (T46297) [1-81-8809]
Oklahoma City scandal, Time (T46738) [1-81-8837]
Mexican oil [1-81-8853]
George Wallace, 1972 primaries [1-81-8854]
President Carter in N.Y.C. [4-81-9620], August 9, 1978
George Wallace [4-81-9621]
Watergate, Sen. Kennedy and Sam Ervin [4-81-9622]
Lady Bird Johnson at the L.B.J. Ranch [1-81-8959], April 3, 1973
Watergate hearings, Sen. Ervin, Gurney [1-81-8914]
Watergate hearings [1-81-8915], 1973
H. R. Haldeman at home [1-81-8916]
Gerald Rafshoon [1-81-8956], August 1978
Nixon and Agnew family [1-81-8917]
Watergate hearings, arrival of Bob Halderman [Haldeman] and John Erlicman [Ehrlichman] [1-81-8985]
Senators Sam Ervin, Ted Kennedy and Walter Mondale [1-81-8987]
Watergate figures [1-81-8988]
Watergate hearings, Special Prosecutor Archibald Cox [1-81-8989]
National Gas [1-81-8990], December 27, 1978
Watergate hearings, Sam Ervin making reply to Nixon [5-81-9869], July 23, 1973
Watergate hearings, John Dean on the fifth day [5-81-9867], 1973
Nixon in Russia [4-81-9627]
Charles Colson and his wife, Pat, working on his testimony at home [4-81-9626]
Richard Nixon, Spiro Agnew, Frank Sinatra [4-81-9603]
Jeb MacGruder [Magruder] portraits [4-81-9619]
Frank Sinatra [5-81-9865]
Watergate hearings [5-81-9866]
Watergate hearings, 1973 [5-81-9868]
Military manpower [2-81-9051], May 14, 1980
George Wallace [4-82-8684]
Linda Lovelace at Harvard for National Lampoon award [4-82-2683]
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2012-237/6 Tourists in Washington, D.C. [4-82-8682]
Kitts Peak observatory [4-82-2665]
Ronald Reagan campaigning in Louisiana [4-82-2686], May 6, 1976
Watergate [4-81-9623]
John Ehrlichman [4-81-9624]
Pot smoker, Lynn Pierson [1-81-8928], July 12, 1978
Watergate hearings, H.R. Halderman [Haldeman] testifying [1-81-8929]
John and Maureen Dean watching Watergate hearings on TV at lawyers [1-81-8956], May 24, 1974
John Erlicman [Ehrlichman] in Santa Fe [4-82-2768]
Ethel Kennedy [4-81-9602]
Karen Silkwood trial [4-82-2681], May 7, 1979
E. Howard Hunt at home [4-82-2680]
New Mexico State Penitentiary, for Time (T30866) [11-81-1304]
Journalists Wayne Vann and Roger Morris, for Time (T3067, T49026) [11-81-1283], October 13, 1981
Fetal research, Discover magazine [10-81-1263]
Navajo-Hopi land dispute, for Time (T47872) [10-81-1031], May 6, 1981
F-16 airplanes, embargoed from Israel at General Dynamics in Texas, for Time (T48146) [9-81-0846]
Santa Fe reporter, for Time (T46844) [8-81-0622], December 8, 1980
Agrigenetics [8-81-0663]
John Erlichman [Ehrlichman] for Parade [2-82-1996], August 1981
Darci Pierce [5-88-1196]
Wild horse roundup, for Time (T48869) [11-81-1500]
Judge John J. Sirica [4-82-2685]
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3W143a Senator Thomas Eagleton (3 folders), circa 1972
Offshore drilling rig, for Time (T10398), circa 1977
Canyon Road, Santa Fe (#1287), undated
Portrait of an unidentified woman, undated
Unidentified [USSR?], undated
Portfolio entry, Santa Fe New Mexican and United Press International, circa 1960-1965
Picture story entry, Santa Fe New Mexican June 18, 1961
D. Photographic prints, circa 1965-2000, undated
Time magazine contact sheets:
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2012-237/6 T21129 – T21967
T22016 – T22997
T23060 – T23586
T24017 – T24348
T24405 – T25405
T28807 – T29812
T30079 – T35959
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3W143a T35960
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2012-237/6 T35961 – T36307
T40389 – T46038
Unnumbered contact sheets (includes negatives), 1971
Unnumbered contact sheets, undated
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2012-237/7 Unidentified contact sheets, circa 1965
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3W143a Demonstration in Washington, D.C., includes Wallace supporters and Vietnam protest, circa 1972
Unnumbered contact sheet, circa 1972
Oil field story, Time magazine (T31703, T34637), 1975
Colorado air crash, for People, 1988
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2W136.1 Vietnam mounted prints, UPI captions, circa 1965-1966:
Tan An, South Vietnam, February 26
Mekong Delta, South Vietnam, January 4
War Zone C, South Vietnam, April 15
Chu Lai, South Vietnam, 1965
Unidentified, soldiers and train tracks
Duc Hoa, South Vietnam, March 15
Saigon, May 26
Duc Hoa, South Vietnam, January 1
Cu Mong Pass, South Vietnam, March 25
Vung Tau, South Vietnam, May 11
Unidentified [helicopters]
Unidentified [helicopters]
My Binh, South Vietnam, December 27
Tam Quanh, South Vietnam, February 1, Col. Labrozi (caption from another photo)
War Zone C, South Vietnam, April 30
Chu Pong, South Vietnam, March 31
Tan An, South Vietnam, February 26
Thanh Quit, South Vietnam, April 27
Quang Ngai, South Vietnam, November 24
Vietnam mounted prints, circa 1965-1966:
Village
Wounded civilian
Soldier
Soldiers and explosion
Enlargement, Tan An, South Vietnam, mother and child
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2W139.2 Vietnam and military (6 prints), circa 1965-1966
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2W141 Vietnam (15 prints), circa 1965-1966
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2W142 Vietnam (9 prints), circa 1965-1966
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2W136.1 Vietnam unmounted prints, includes UPI, circa 1965-1966:
Two soldiers with wounded man
Child
Unidentified [Vietnamese soldiers]
Vietnamese children, Bong Son, 1966
Vietnamese soldiers
Dead soldier on ground
Vietnam and other military, circa 1965-1966
Soldiers in boat and American advisor, 1966, undated
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2012-237/7 Vietnam prints, UPI captions (1 folder), circa 1965-1966
Vietnam prints, no captions (4 folders), includes loose UPI captions, circa 1965-1966
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3W143b Unmounted prints, assorted subjects, 8x10 and smaller:
Goldwater campaign, 1963
George Wallace campaign, 1972, undated
Oil field story, Time magazine, Texas, Louisiana, Florida, Gulf of Mexico, 1975
Portraits, undated
Sun City sheriff’s posse (107512), 1982
Santa Fe (106997), 1982
United World College (107842), 1982
Princess Anne (106921), 1982
Bill Mauldin (106122), 1982
Arizona cactus cop (107316), 1982
Franklin Graham ordination (105306), 1982
Madeline Kohn (109595), 1983
Tigua Chili Parlor (109709), 1983
Photographs of Steve Northup, circa 1972-1990
Signed portrait of George Wallace, circa 1972
Photographers, probably from Time magazine, circa 1978-1983
Venice and unidentified locations in Europe, undated
Group in Native American dress, undated
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2W139.1 Mounted prints, 11 x 14 and smaller:
Assorted prints, 1968-1972
Japan (3 folders), 1975
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2W136.2 Sun City, Arizona: project description and 32 mounted prints, circa 1965-1972
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2W139.2 Riots (2 prints), April 1968
Demonstrators at door, circa 1968-1972
President Richard Nixon (2 prints), circa 1968-1973
Steve Northup with Pat Nixon, circa 1972-1974
Sandra Day O’Connor, circa 1981
Ed Muskie, signed print, circa 1968-1972
Unidentified portrait, signed print, circa 1968-1975
Mexico City dump (2 exhibit competition boards), circa 1970-1978
Bureau of Indian Affairs takeover, 1972
Moonset, undated
Unidentified student [Soviet Union?], undated
Quilt ladies, circa 1972-1982
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2W139.3 Aerial views of urban areas, water features and deserts (10 prints), circa 1970-1980
Unidentified man in desert, circa 1970-1980
Venice canal with gondola, circa 1970-1980
Oil boomtowns and oil workers, including Mexico (10 exhibit competition boards), circa 1970-1980
Native Americans (2 exhibit competition boards), circa 1972-1985
Feast Day at Santa Clara, circa 1989
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2W136.3 Unmounted prints, 11 x 14 and smaller:
Funeral of Dr. Martin Luther King, 1968
Riots, circa 1968
Protests, circa 1968-1971
Politics, circa 1968-1973
Bureau of Indian Affairs takeover, 1972
Dick and Lynne Cheney, circa 1978-1983
Portraits, including Time magazine work, circa 1980-1995
Dr. Brad Smith, 1981
Cooking balloonist, 1981
Mt. Rushmore, 1982
Arizona cactus cop, 1982
Olgivanna Wright, 1982
Gordon Buehrig, 1982
Julia Child, 1983
Glacier National Park, 1983
Meteorite magnate, 1985
Groundwater crisis, 1986
Landscapes, circa 1995-2000
Animals, undated
Photographs of Steve Northup, circa 1980-2000
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2W142 Mounted prints, 16 x 20 and smaller:
Robert Kennedy funeral, 1968
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2W140 Mounted prints, 20 x 24 and smaller:
Unidentified [Vietnam?], circa 1965-1966
Funeral of Dr. Martin Luther King, 1968
Riots, circa 1968
Presidential, circa 1968-1972
Portraits and personalities, circa 1970-1972
Bureau of Indian Affairs takeover, 1972
Unmounted prints, 20 x 24 and smaller:
Bureau of Indian Affairs takeover, 1972
Assorted prints, circa 1969-1995
Man with boat, undated
E. People magazine film negatives, 1978-1990
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2012-237/4 Tony Hillerman, (121510), May 4, 1988
Colorado air crash, (120652), January 24, 1988
Pat Schroeder, (119509), August 10, 1987
Steve Hanks, (118260), December 11, 1986
Kathleen Koen, author, (117833), September 27, 1986
Ground water crisis, Charles Bowden, (116964), May 23, 1986
Doug Curran, (116600), April 3, 1986
Navajo Bible translator, (116450), March 9, 1986
Roy Snyder, (115863), November 25, 1985
Dr. William Rathje, trash expert, (115109), August 1, 1985
Art dealer Forrest Fenn, (114861), June 27, 1985
Art dealer Forrest Fenn, (114861), June 25, 1985
Dinosaur dig, Arizona, (114708), June 4, 1985
Dinosaur, Robert Long, (114705), June 7, 1985
R. Miller, (114580), May 16, 1985
Meteorite magnate, (114173), March 24, 1985
18-year-old probate judge Otero, (113633), January 13, 1985
Navajo heroine, (113411), December 3, 1984
Joe Kittinger, balloonist, (113186), November 12, 1984
Steve Scott, (110772), December 2, 1983
Artist James Turrell, (110330), September 30, 1983
Tigua Chili Parlor, (109709), July 1, 1983
Madeline Kahn, (109595), June 28, 1983
Madeline Kahn, (109595), June 14, 1983
Glacier Park, (109489), May 25, 1983
Sen. Goldwater and family, (109146), April 5, 1983
Julia Child, (108933), April 14, 1983
Julia Child, (108933), March 21, 1983
United World College, (107842), October 14, 1982
Sun City sheriffs posse, (107512), September 13, 1982
Arizona cactus cop, (107316), August 13, 1982
Environment research, (107313), Carl Hodges, August 13, 1982
Santa Fe, (106997), July 14, 1982
Santa Fe storm, (106997), July 7, 1982
Princess Anne (106921), June 25, 1982
Phoenix TV hostage drama, (106680), June 4, 1982
Austin Elmore, (106649), June 2, 1982
Bill Mauldin, (106122), April 22, 1982
Bill Mauldin, (106122), April 13, 1982
Henry Kissinger, (105943), March 19, 1982
Franklin Graham ordination, (105306), January 11, 1982
Dr. Brad Smith, (105064), February 2, 1981
Hollywood animals, (105046), November 30, 1981
Cooking balloonist, (104585), October 14, 1981
Cooking balloonist, (104585), October 11, 1981
Erma Bombeck, (104280), September 6, 1981
Simon Bond, (103790), July 2, 1981
Tim Kroft, (103789), July 2, 1981
Trans-Pacific balloonist, (102545), February 2, 1981
David Thomas and mirrors, (102485), January 23, 1981
J. R. Ewing, (102160), December 5, 1980
The Babcocks, (96381), June 20, 1978
Unidentified, (12107), undated
Steve Acquafresca, (3318), April 2, 1991
Laurie Holms, One Woman Town, (2837), January 7, 1991
Sioux Falls, (2129), July 10, 1990
Sioux Falls, (2129), July 9, 1990
Michael Reynolds, (1516), January 23, 1990
Wilderness on Wheels, (603), July 11, 1989
F. Guatemala photographs, 2001-2003
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2012-237/5 1. Antigua, March 2002
2. Antigua, March 2001
3. Antigua ruins, March 2001
4. Antigua crafts, March 2001
5. Antigua, March 2001
6. Antigua, March 2001
7. Antigua market, March 2001
8. Antigua market, March 2001
9. Antigua market, March 2001
10. Antigua procession, children, March 2002
11. Antigua market, March 2002
12. Antigua market, family, March 2002
13. Antigua market, March 2002
14. Antigua market, March 2002
15. Antigua market, family
16. Antigua market, March 2002
17. Antigua market, March 2002
18. Antigua market, March 2002
19. Antigua market, March 2002
20. Antigua market, March 2002
21. Antigua market, March 2002
22. Antigua procession, March 2001
23. Guatemala: Zola’s village, Antigua procession, March 2001
24. Antigua procession, March 2002
25. San Simon – San Andres Ixtapa, Antigua procession, March 2001
26. Antigua procession, March 2002
27. Antigua procession, March 2002
28. Antigua procession, March 2002
29. Antigua procession, March 2002
30. Antigua procession, March 2002
31. Antigua procession, March 2002
32. Antigua procession, March 2002
33. Antigua procession, March 2002
34. Antigua family, March 2002
35. Antigua family, March 2002
36. Antigua family, March 2002
37. Antigua family, March 2002
38. Antigua family, March 2002
39. Guatemala – Antigua family
40. Zola’s village
41. Antigua, San Andres Ixtapa – San Simon, March 2001
42. San Andres Ixtapa – San Simon, Santa Cruz Atitlan – Noah’s Ark, March 2001
43. Santa Cruz March 2001
44. Santa Cruz, March 2001
45. Santa Cruz, March 2001
46. Santa Cruz, Noah’s Ark, March 2001
47. Santa Cruz, March 2001
48. Solola, March 2001
49. Solola, Sandres Ixtapa, San Simon Church, March 2001
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3W143b Antigua march, March 2001
San Andres Ixtapa, San Simon, March-April 2003

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II: Printed material, circa 1965-1988, undated:

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3W143b Biography of Steve Northup by Winfield T. Scott, undated
Press pass, 1968
Time magazine cover mock up, undated
Correspondence, 1966-1967, undated
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2012-237/6 The People of Viet Nam will Triumph! U.S. Aggressors will be Defeated!, 1965
Time, The Eagleton Affair, August 7, 1972
Los Angeles Times Magazine, April 12, 1987
Telegraph Sunday Magazine, January 24, 1988
White House News Photographers Association, Annual Awards, 1972
Discover, October 1981
Time, October 5, 1987
Time, November 23, 1987
Press Woman, June 1993
People brochure, 1981
Columbia Journalism Review, March/April 1981
Discover brochure, 1981
Topic, circa 1983
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2W139.1 New York Times Magazine, 1978
More than Meets the Eye, People magazine, 1981
$20,000 a year now, poster with photographs of Steve Northup, circa 1968
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2W140 Tearsheets, primarily Washington Post, circa 1965-1970
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2W142.1 People magazine weekly calendar, 1984
Best of People Weekly: The First Decade, 1984
Nieman Foundation publications, 1981, 2005
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2W142.2 Tearsheets, Life, Time, National Geographic, Discover, Los Angeles Times magazine, Bunte, 1972-1988
White House Photographers News Association annual awards guide, 1974
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2W142 Tearsheets and clippings, New York Times, Washington Post, 1967-1975
Vietnam tearsheets and clippings, circa 1965-1966
Bring back the old deal, poster with Lincoln, undated

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