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An Inventory of His Literary File Photography Collection at the Harry Ransom Center
The collection consists of 309 photographic prints, most (300) of which are contained in two photographic albums. The albums, entitled ‘Travel Photographs taken by Richard Aldington,’ date from 1928 to 1931. The photographs were taken by Aldington and Brigit Patmore, and are accompanied by captions and notations by Aldington and Derek Patmore. Aldington's travels to Italy, Portugal, Spain, France, Austria, the Isle of Capri, Sicily, Tunisia and Greece are all documented here. Among the loose prints, of particular note, is a formal portrait of Aldington taken by Man Ray (975:0094:0009). Additional photographs of Aldington can be found in a small album containing twelve photographs in the Bridget Patmore Literary File Photography Collection (see Album 1).
Further descriptions of some items are available in a card catalog in the repository.
This collection forms a part of the Literary File Photography Collection, which is comprised of photographs and albums withdrawn from the libraries and/or papers of literary figures, and generally include portraits and images collected by or of those figures.
Open for research. Researchers must create an online Research Account and agree to the Materials Use Policy before using archival materials.
Please note: Transparencies may be accessed but require 24 hours advance notice. Negatives cannot be accessed without curatorial approval. Light sensitive materials must be viewed under low-level lighting. Some materials may be restricted from viewing. To make an appointment or to reserve photography materials, please contact the Center's staff at firstname.lastname@example.org .
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Authorization for publication is given on behalf of the University of Texas as the owner of the collection and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder which must be obtained by the researcher. For more information please see the Ransom Centers' Open Access and Use Policies.