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Siegel, Arthur, Papers, 1927-1985

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Finding Aid Published: 1997

Arthur Siegel (1913-1978) Papers, 1927-1985

Accession Number: 1982.4

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COLLECTION SUMMARY:
TITLE:Arthur Siegel (1913-1978) Papers, 1927-1985
EXTENT:20 linear feet , (45 boxes), 5 portfolios 2 oversize portfolios and flatfile materials
REPOSITORY: Ryerson and Burnham Archives, Ryerson and Burnham Libraries,
The Art Institute of Chicago
111 S. Michigan Ave., Chicago, IL 60603-6110
(312) 443-7292 phone
rbarchives@artic.edu
http://www.artic.edu/aic/libraries/rbarchives/rbarchives.html
ABSTRACT:A large and comprehensive collection of materials document the career of Chicago photographer and educator Arthur Siegel (1913-1978).
PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION: Printed papers, holograph papers, scrapbooks, black and whiteand color photographic prints, black and whiteand color slides, film, analog audiocassettes, a VHS videocassette and DVDs.
ORIGINATION: Siegel, Arthur (1913-1978)
ACQUISITION INFORMATION:The collection came to the library in 1982, partly as a gift and partly as a purchase from Irene Siegel, Arthur Siegel's widow. Additional materials were added in 2014.

BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH:
Arthur Siegel was a prominent photographer and educator who contributed writings and images to many magazines, journals and exhibitions from 1938 to 1978. One of László Moholy-Nagy's first students at the New Bauhaus School in Chicago (1937), Siegel was appointed to head the Department of Photography in 1946, after the school was reorganized as the Institute of Design (later incorporated into the Illinois Institute of Technology). Under Siegel's direction, the Institute, which was already the center of avant-garde photography in the United States, developed one of the most impressive and comprehensive photography programs in the country. Although his accomplishments as a photographer show tremendous versatility and innovation he repeatedly stated throughout his career that he felt his major role was as an educator.

Siegel's long career included work as a photo-journalist, industrial and corporate commissions, editorial photography and work for the Office of War Information and Signal Corps. Siegel was one of the first photographers of his generation to use color photography as a serious artistic medium. Life magazine published seven pages of his color work in 1950. His pictures appeared in group and one-person exhibitions throughout the United States.

In 1963, Siegel began preparing images for Chicago's Famous Buildings (University of Chicago Press, 1965), which was to become a classic guidebook to Chicago architecture and establish his excellence as an architectural photographer. After years of moving between freelance photography work and visiting educator appointments, he returned to teaching full-time at the Illinois Institute of Tecnology in 1967.

SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE:
The history of photography and the development of photographic education in the United States can be studied in Siegel's papers. The collection includes correspondence, personal papers, and a large collection of publications to which Siegel contributed both writing and photography. Excellent examples of his classroom work and course outlines can be studied in his academic papers. In addition, there are 13,522 color and duo-tone slides that he used to illustrate the History of Photography courses he presented. Most of these lectures are related to audio recordings on cassette tape, also in the collection. Thirty-three films (twenty-eight by Siegel and five by others) are maintained in the collection as well.

ORGANIZATION AND ARRANGEMENT:
SERIES I: PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL PAPERS. Business and personal documents; personal and professional correspondence, organized alphabetically by correspondent name; various articles and documents about Siegel's colleagues.

SERIES II: PHOTOGRAPHS. Personal photographs of Siegel and friends; photographs of exhibition installations; photographs by his colleagues; and examples of Siegel's professional work.

SERIES III: PUBLICATIONS AND EXHIBITIONS. Publications by or about Siegel; exhibition announcements and catalogues; collected publications about colleagues and about other related subjects.

SERIES IV: ACADEMIC PAPERS. Teaching notes, course descriptions and programs, syllabi, arranged alphabetically by institution name; transcripts and notes for several lectures; and lists of slides for lectures.

SERIES V: SLIDES, FILMS AND RECORDINGS. Slides organized by titles of Siegel's lectures (the dates noted are those of the lecture); slide lists or clippings related to the lecture topic may be included; VHS tapes of the films (made 06/2000). Films and audio tapes (recordings) are restricted.

CONTROLLED ACCESS POINTS:
This collection and other related materials may be found under the following headings in online catalogs:
Siegel, Arthur (1913-1978)
New Bauhaus (Chicago, Ill.)--History--Sources
Institute of Design (Chicago, Ill.)--History--Sources
Illinois Institute of Technology
Photography, Artistic--History--Sources
Architectural photography--United States--History--Sources
Photojournalism--United States--History--Sources
Photography--Study and teaching--United States--History--Sources

ABBREVIATIONS:
AbbreviationDefinition
BOX.FFBox #, Folder #
c.circa
Flatf.Flatfile
IDInstitute of Design
n.d.no date
OPoversize portfolio
Portf.Portfolio

SEPARATED MATERIALS:
Photographic prints by Arthur Siegel are located in the permanent collection of the Department of Photography at The Art Institute of Chicago. Papers gathered by the Black Mountain College Research Project (1970-1973), including interviews and transcripts with Arthur Siegel, are located at the North Carolina State Archives. Please contact the Archives for additional information on those materials.

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY:
Travis, David and Elizabeth Siegel, eds. Taken by design: photographs from the Institute of Design, 1937-1971. Chicago, IL: Art Institute of Chicago in association with the University of Chicago Press, c.2002.

PHYSICAL LOCATION:
The collection is housed in the Ryerson and Burnham Libraries' on-site stacks.

ACCESS RESTRICTIONS:
Portions of this collection are restricted from patron use; patrons are requested to use the surrogates available, as noted in the series inventories. The remainder of this collection may be used by qualified readers in the Reading Room of the Ryerson and Burnham Libraries at The Art Institute of Chicago. Collections maintained on-site are available for patron use without prior arrangement or appointment. Collections maintained on-site are available for patron use without prior arrangement or appointment. Collections maintained in off-site storage will be retrieved with advance notification; please consult the Archivist for the current retrieval schedule. For further information, consult http://www.artic.edu/aic/libraries/rbarchives/rbarchaccess.html

USER RESTRICTIONS:
The Art Institute of Chicago is providing access to the materials in the Libraries' collections solely for noncommercial educational and research purposes. The unauthorized use, including, but not limited to, publication of the materials without the prior written permission of the Art Institute is strictly prohibited. All inquiries regarding permission to publish should be submitted in writing to the Archivist, Ryerson and Burnham Archives, The Art Institute of Chicago. In addition to permission from the Art Institute, permission of the copyright owner (if not the Art Institute) and/or any holder of other rights (such as publicity and/or privacy rights) may also be required for reproduction, publication, distribution, and other uses. Responsibility for making an independent legal assessment of any item and securing any necessary permissions rests with the persons desiring to publish the item. The Art Institute makes no warranties as to the accuracy of the materials or their fitness for a particular purpose.

PREFERRED CITATION:
Portions of this collection are restricted from patron use; patrons are requested to use the surrogates available, as noted in the series inventories.

PROCESSING INFORMATION:
This collection was processed by Ryerson and Burnham Archives in 1997; the finding aid was updated and expanded by Amy Babinec in 2002, Annemarie van Roessel in 2003 and Jessica Gradolf in 2014.

ALTERNATE FORM AVAILABLE:
Films in this collection are available on VHS tape for patron use, as noted in the series inventories.

ITEM INVENTORY:
LOCATIONCONTENTSDATESITEMS

SERIES I: PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL PAPERS


PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL DOCUMENTS:
Portf. 1
Detroit Central High School diploma.
06/20/1930 1
Box.FF 1.2
Hall of Fame.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 1.2
Lyons, Nathan. "Arthur Siegel."  Photographers on Photography. New York: Prentice Hall, p. 185.
1966 1
Box.FF 1.2
"Milestones: Arthur S. Siegel."  Photography Year 1979. Alexandria, VA: Time-Life Books, p. 234.
1979 1
Box.FF 1.2
"Siegel, Arthur Sidney."  Encyclopedia of Photography, p. 461.
1984 1
Box.FF 1.2
Siegel, Arthur. "Arthur Siegel Biographical Notes."
Typescript.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 1.1
Ephemera and miscellaneous papers.
Includes invitations, print catalogues, special publication from Beaumont Newhall, notes and business cards, solicitations, photographic equipment brochures, and typescript carbon of "The Children of Esso."
1930s-1974 28
Box.FF 1.2
Siegel, Arthur. "Biographical Sketch."
Holographic manuscript.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 1.2
Siegel, Arthur. "Biography of Arthur Siegel."
Typescript.
n.d. 2
Box.FF 1.2
Siegel, Arthur. Résumé.
Typescript.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 1.3
World War II and United States Army documents and papers.
Includes letters of recommendation from professional associates to the armed forces, news clippings, Synthesis of My Qualifications for a Specialist's Commission in the United States Naval Reserve by Siegel, other documents such as restricted guidelines, medical records, Siegel's identification card, and military service number stencil.
1941-1945 42
Box.FF 1.4
World War II and United States Army discharge documents and papers.
Includes correspondence from Lázsló Moholy-Nagy and Crombie Taylor.
1946 22
Box.FF 1.5
Insurance
Includes insurance policies covering camera equipment and one insurance sheet on some photographs.
1942-1974 5
Box.FF 1.6
Personal documents.
Includes photostat copy of birth certificate, small note with medical information, marriage certificate, and property deed.
1942-1953 4
Box.FF 1.7
Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine articles.
1968-1980, n.d. 7
OP 1
"Support Irene Siegel."  F 2, no. 4.
10/1985 1
Box.FF 1.8
Miscellaneous documents.
Includes I.D., award certificates, NEA application card, photograph lists, Beauty from Bulbs catalog, salary receipt, letter discussing salary, and outline of camera shots for "Moscow Project."
1949-1980 10
Box.FF 1.9
Denchamps, F. Experimental Siegel. Composition book with caricature comic about Siegel.
c.1970 1

PERSONAL CORRESPONDENCE:
Box.FF 1.10
A-E correspondence.
Box.FF 1.11
F-J correspondence.
Box.FF 1.12
L-M correspondence.
Box.FF 1.13
"M.E.E." correspondence.
1975-1976 17
Box.FF 1.14
Moholy-Nagy, Sibyl, correspondence.
Also includes professional correspondence and correspondence to Moholy-Nagy from the Siegels.
1949-1970 12
Box.FF 2.1
Newhall, Beaumont, correspondence.
Also includes professional correspondence and correspondence to Newhall from the Siegels.
1950-1978, n.d. 15
Box.FF 2.2
O-Y Correspondence.
Box.FF 2.3
Edward Weston correspondence.
1950-1951 8
Box.FF 2.4
Miscellaneous correspondence to Arthur and Barbara Siegel.
1950-1977 14

PROFESSIONAL CORRESPONDENCE:
Box.FF 2.5
A-Arizona State University correspondence.
Includes letters from The American Film Center (NY), American Institute of Architects (Chicago), American Photographic Publishing Company (MN), Aperture, and Arizona State University.
Box.FF 2.6
Art Institute of Chicago correspondence.
Box.FF 2.7
Art League of Beloit-Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway System correspondence. Correspondents.
Also includes letters from the Association of American Colleges.
Box.FF 2.8
B-Birger Petraeus correspondence.
Includes letters from Bauhaus-Archiv, Emiel Becsky, and Beloit College
Box.FF 2.9
Black Mountain College-Business Week correspondence.
Also includes a letter from the Boston Society of Landscape Architects.
Box.FF 2.10
C correspondence.
Includes letters from Chicago Magazine.
Box.FF 2.11
Collier's correspondence.
Box.FF 2.12
D correspondence.
Includes letters from the De Cordova Museum (MA), the Detroit Institute of Arts, and R.R. Donnelley & Sons Company.
Box.FF 2.13
E correspondence.
Includes letters from George Eastman House, Eastman Kodak Company, and Encyclopedia Britannica.
Box.FF 2.14
F correspondence.
Includes letters from W. Hawkins Ferry and Field Enterprises.
Box.FF 3.1
G correspondence.
Includes letters from the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation.
Box.FF 3.2
Guggenheim correspondence.
Box.FF 3.3
H correspondence.
Includes letters from Harper & Brothers Publishers, Harvard University, Highland Park High School (IL), and Hull House Association.
Box.FF 3.4
I-J correspondence.
Includes letters from Illinois Institute of Technology, Inland Steel Company, IBM, International Harvester Company, International Museum of Photography at George Eastman House, International News Service ltd., and Jewish Community Center (Detroit).
Box.FF 3.5
K correspondence.
Includes letters from Keck and Keck and Knoll Associates.
Box.FF 3.6
Kepes, Gyorgy, correspondence.
11/07/1967-09/19/1968 5
Box.FF 3.7
Knoll correspondence.
1949-1952 29
Box.FF 3.8
L correspondence.
Includes letters from Ladies' Home Journal, Lake Forest College (IL), Leonardo, Life, and Look.
Box.FF 3.9
Maas-Minicam Photography correspondence.
Includes letters from MIT, Michigan Works Progress Administration, Milwaukee Art Institute.
Box.FF 3.10
Minneapolis Honeywell Regulator Co.-Museum of Contemporary Art correspondence.
Includes letters from Modern Photography and the Museum of Modern Art (NY).
Box.FF 3.11
N correspondence.
Includes letters from National Broadcasting Company, Inc., New Trier High School (IL), and Northwestern University (IL).
Box.FF 40.1
O-Pix correspondence.
Includes letters from Ohio University, Pasadena Art Museum, Pavelle Laboratories, Inc., The Philadelphia Arts Alliance, Photography, Photography in the Fine Arts.
Box.FF 40.2
Platt-Purdue correspondence.
Includes letters from Princeton University and Progressive Education Association.
Box.FF 40.3
R correspondence.
Includes letters from Rice University and Rock Falls Kennel.
Box.FF 40.4
S-Sports Illustrated correspondence.
Includes letters from Saint Mary's College (IN), Saturday Evening Post, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Society for Photographic Education, Southern Illinois University.
Box.FF 40.5
Stafford-Sun-Times correspondence.
Includes letter from Adlai E. Stevenson, III.
Box.FF 40.6
T correspondence.
Includes letters from Time, and the Toledo (OH) Museum of Art.
Box.FF 40.7
Uniõo Cultural Brasil-University of Illinois correspondence.
Box.FF 40.8
University of Illinois-University of New Mexico correspondence.
Box.FF 40.9
V correspondence.
Includes letters from Vogue.
Box.FF 40.10
Warren-Whitman correspondence.
Also includes letters from Wayne University.
Box.FF 40.11
Whitney Museum of American Art-World Exhibition of Photography correspondence.
Box.FF 40.12
Y-Z correspondence.
Includes letters from Yale University Art Gallery.

MATERIALS BY AND ABOUT OTHER ARTISTS, PROFESSORS, AND PHOTOGRAPHERS:
Portf. 2
Armitage, Merle. Elise. New York: E. Weyhe.
1934 1
Box.FF 4.1
"Sixth Detroit Salons Pictorial and Industrial Photography." Detroit Institute of Arts.
Booklet..
06/1937 1
Portf. 2
Printing Art Quarterly and 1937 Exhibition of Design in Printing 67, no. 2.
Contains articles by William A. Kentredge and László Moholy-Nagy.
1937 1
Box.FF 4.2
Articles, news clippings, lecture notes, exhibition brochures, and miscellaneous documents.
Pertaining to László Moholy-Nagy.
1937-1971 18
Box.FF 4.3
The Bulletin of the Museum of Modern Art 8, no. 2.
12/1940 1
Box.FF 4.3
Illustration. Article on Gyorgy Kepes.
1941 1
Box.FF 4.3
"Fernand Léger." Pamphlet. Chicago: Institute of Design.
1944 2
Box.FF 4.3
Photo Notes. New York: Photo League.
08/1947-09/1947 1
Box.FF 4.3
"Photographic Information."
Brochures. Including list of photographic instructors.
1947 3
Box.FF 4.3
The Great Pictures: 1948. Garden City, NY: Garden City Publishing.
1948 1
Box.FF 4.3
"The Modern Artist and His World." Exhibition at the Denver Art Museum.
Pamphlet.
03/06/1949 1
Box.FF 4.3
Lowenfeld, Viktor. "Notes on a Lecture Concerning Teaching and Creative Activity." .
Typescript. Includes drawings.
04/16/1949 1
Box.FF 4.3
Foster, D. "Notes on Lecture Concerning Teaching and Creative Activity."
Typescript.
04/16/1949 1
Box.FF 4.3
Everyday Art Quarterly, no. 10.
06/1949 1
Box.FF 4.4
"Member's Calendar of Events." New York: Museum of Modern Art.
05/1951 1
Box.FF 4.4
Wachsmann, Konrad. "Ein Konstruktionssystem für Hallenbauten." Nürnberg: Druckhaus Nürnberg.
1954 1
Box.FF 4.4
American Society of Magazine Photographers Bulletin.
06/11/1956 1
Box.FF 4.5
"68 Color Photographs by Howard Dearstyne." Press release from The Art Institute of Chicago.
03/1962 1
Portf. 2
Aperture 10, no. 4. Contains "Frederick Sommer: 1939-1962 Photographs."
Inscribed to Siegel by Frederick Sommer.
1962 1
Box.FF 4.5
Siskind, Aaron. "Credo 1950." Rochester, NY: George Eastman House.
1965 1
Box.FF 4.5
"John Schulze: Photographs." Exhibition announcement, Iowa Memorial Union.
07/08/1967 1
Box.FF 4.5
Psychology Today.
07/1968 1
Box.FF 4.5
"Ansel Adams." Chicago: Limited Image Photographic Art Gallery.
Pamphlet.
1968 1
Box.FF 4.5
Connection 5, no. 2-3.
1968 1
Box.FF 4.5
"Six United States Photographers." Milwaukee: Photosphere Gallery.
Pamphlet.
1969 1
Box.FF 4.6
Portogallo Photo Laboratory.
1972 1
Box.FF 4.6
"Photography Invitational."  VCU Today 4, no. 4.
11/28/1974 1
Box.FF 4.6
"43 Art Photographers Exhibit in VCU Show."  Richmond News Leader
Photocopy.
12/14/1974 1
Box.FF 4.6
"Women Observed." Press release from Renaissance Society at University of Chicago.
02/24/1975 1
Box.FF 4.6
Douthat, A.S., et al. "On the Artistic Use of Fluid Flow Patterns Made Visible."  Leonardo 8, pp. 7-11. Reprint
1975 2
Box.FF 4.6
"Alfred Leslie: The Photographer and the City." Reception invitation. Chicago: Museum of Contemporary Art.
01/15/1977 1
Box.FF 4.6
"Jan Saudek." Press release from Kresge Art Museum, East Lansing, Michigan.
11/20/1977 1
Box.FF 4.6
"Auction for the Benefit of the Center for Photographic Studies."
Pamphlet.
12/02/1977 1
Box.FF 4.6
"André Kertész: Of Paris and New York." Press release from The Art Institute of Chicago.
12/10/1984 1
Box.FF 4.7
Adams, Ansel. Pamphlet. Advertisement for Adams' photography on greeting cards.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 4.7
Aperture, publication announcement. Brochure. Minor White, editor and publisher.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 4.7
"Beaumont Newhall. [Photography Has Been Called a Language.]"
Typescript carbon.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 4.7
Chermayeff, Serge Ivan. Résumé.
Typescript.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 4.7
Harris, Britton. "Color for Designers: An Introduction to Color Vision, Measurement, and Specification."
Typescript. On Institute of Design letterhead.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 4.7
Phillips, Alan. "The Inspired Doodles of Norman McLaren." Pamphlet.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 4.7
"Psychological Aspects of the Photographer: Visit by Dr. Gornner."
Typescript. Includes question by Siegel.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 4.7
"Stephan Deutsch on Illustrative Photography."
Typescript carbon.
n.d. 2
Box.FF 4.7
"Stephan Deutsch on Illustrative Photography."
Typescript.
n.d. 1






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SERIES II: PHOTOGRAPHS


PHOTOGRAPHS OF SIEGEL:
Box.FF 5.1
Portraits of Siegel.
Black and white photographic prints. Includes one print of Siegel as a child (age 3?), several as a young man (early 20s), studio portraits of Siegel, and candid photographs of Siegel at work as a teacher and professional photographer and at leisure.
c.1915-c.1974 50
Flatf. 28
Class portrait of Siegel with his high school class.
Black and white photographic print.
06/1930 1
Box.FF 5.2
Siegel with others.
Black and white photographic prints. Views are after the war, dancing at a party, teaching a group of students outdoors, on a European trip, and engaged in several academic and professional activities. Includes photos of Beaumont Newhall, Erwin Blumenfeld, Weegee (Arthur Fellig) and Roy Stryker, probably the 1946 "New Vision" seminar. AIC digital image: G24003.
1940s, 1950s, c.1971 35
Box.FF 5.3
Personal photographs.
Black and white photographic prints. Photographs by Siegel and others that depict members of the Siegel family or that do not relate directly to Siegel's professional or academic activities.
n.d. 21

SIEGEL EXHIBITIONS, INSTALLATION VIEWS:
Box.FF 5.4
Solo show in Paris.
Black and white photographic print.
c.1952 1
Box.FF 5.4
The Art Institute of Chicago.
Black and white photographic print.
1954 3
Box.FF 5.4
Unidentified installation.
Black and white photographic print.
01/1967 1

PHOTOGRAPHS BY OTHERS:
Box.FF 5.5
Photographs made by other photographers and given to Siegel.
Black and white photographic print. Includes photographs by Aaron Siskind, Geoff Winingham, Doris Holleb, Brian and Alice Katz(?), Cal Kowal, Festive Fuz, Ralph H. Ferling, Doug Baz(?), Jerry Uelsmann, Charles Swedlund, and a photograph by Edward Weston presented to Siegel by Beaumont Newhall.
1950s-1970s 17

ART PHOTOGRAPHS BY SIEGEL OR ATTRIBUTED TO SIEGEL:
Box.FF 5.6
Studies of nature, some portraits, and three attributed to Siegel.
Black and white photographic prints.
1940s-1970s 24
Box.FF 5.7
Commercial photography, casual photographs.
Black and white and color photographic prints. Includes views of friends, a group of photos of Weegee (Arthur Fellig), and some photographs related to Siegel's academic activities.
1940s-1960s 32
Box.FF 5.8
Photos of a wedding, possibly taken by Siegel.
Black and white and color photographic prints.
1930s 25
Box.FF 5.9
Photograph album.
Bound album. Depicts workers at the Firesafe Builders Products Corp. plant; probably associated with Siegel's war photography.
c.1942 1
Box.FF Box 5a
Scrapbook. Bound album.
Includes mounted photographic prints, with holograph comments and captions. Kept by Siegel and assembled during high school and college.
1927-1932 1

NEGATIVES:
THE FOLLOWING ITEMS ARE RESTRICTED FROM PATRON USE. FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE CONSULT THE ARCHIVIST
REST
Arthur Sigel at the zoo (?).
Black and white photographic negative strips.
n.d. 14
REST
Arthur Siegel.
Black and white photographic negative strip.
n.d. 1
REST
Irene Sigel (?) by a pool.
Black and white photographic negative strips.
n.d. 3






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SERIES III: PUBLICATIONS AND EXHIBITIONS


WRITINGS ABOUT SIEGEL:
Box.FF 6.1
Newspaper articles about Siegel.
1935, 1937 5
Box.FF 6.1
"U.S. Camera Photographers."  US Camera, p. 62.
1941? 1
Box.FF 6.2
Newspaper articles about Siegel.
1940s 14
Box.FF 6.2
"From a Student's Notebook."  Popular Photography 21, no. 6.
Photocopy.
1947 1
Portf. 4
"Modern Art by a Photographer, with Camera for a Palette, Arthur Siegel Rivals the Work of Contemporary Painters."  Life Magazine.
11/20/1950 1
Box.FF 6.3
"Arthur Siegel."  American Photography, n.p.
01/1951 1
Portf. 4
"Camera Artist's World a Place of Magic,"  Chicago Tribune Magazine, n.p
09/19/1954 1
Box.FF 6.3
Newspaper articles about Siegel.
1950s 16
Box.FF 6.4
Altman, Jack. "Siegel Proves Photos Are Art."
TC with manuscript corrections.
1967 1
Box.FF 6.4
Altman, Jack. "Siegel Proves Photos Are Art." Review of Photographs of Arthur Siegel at The Art Institute of Chicago. [Chicago Daily News]
1967 1
Box.FF 6.4
Color Photography of Arthur Siegel, review of exhibition at The Art Institute of Chicago.
Typescript.
1967? 1
Box.FF 6.5
Newspaper articles about Siegel.
1960s 4
Box.FF 6.6
Arthur Siegel Oral History Interview. Mary Harris, interviewer.
Typescript.
11/04/1971 1
Box.FF 6.7
Afterimage 4, no. 9.
03/1977 1
Box.FF 6.8
Underexposure 1, no. 1.
Spring 1978 2
Box.FF 6.9
Inland Architect 22, no. 8-9.
08/1978-09/1978 2
Box.FF 6.10
Exposure 17, no. 2.
Summer 1979 2
Box.FF 6.10
Traub, Charles. "Photographic Education Comes of Age."  The New Vision: Forty Years of Photography at the Institute of Design. Millerton, NY: Aperture.
1982 1
Box.FF 6.11
"Leg in the Bath." From unidentified source.
n.d. 1
Newspaper articles about Siegel.
n.d. 6
Box.FF 6.12
Steefel, Lawrence D., Jr. "Arthur Siegel: Photograms."
TC, with manuscript corrections.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 6.13
Viskochil, Larry A. "Arthur Siegel: A Life in Photography, 1913-1978," unknown source, pp. 66-73.
n.d. 1

PUBLISHED ARTISTIC PHOTOGRAPHY:
Box.FF 6.14
The Pocket Photo Monthly 5, no. 7.
07/1939 2
Portf. 3
Verve 1, no. 3. One copy inscribed on cover verso, "Arthur Siegel '39."
[1939] 2
OP 1
Hosking, James. "Where Detroit Lives..."  Detroit Free Press Sunday Graphic, pp. 3-4.
Article features photography by students of Arthur Siegel.
07/27/1941 1
Box.FF 6.15
Woman's Day.
08/1942 2
Box.FF 6.16
Arts & Architecture.
11/1948 1
Box.FF 6.17
American Photography.
06/1951 1
Box.FF 6.18
Fortune Magazine.
10/1953 1
Box.FF 6.19
Chicago's Famous Buildings, edited by Siegel.
Advertisement for publication reception and publishing catalogue with description.
04/27/1965 4
Box.FF 6.20
PMI: Photo Methods for Industry 10, nos. 5 and 11.
05/1967 and 11/1967 2
Box.FF 6.21
Chicago Review 28, no. 2.
Fall 1976 2
Box.FF 6.22
Chicago Magazine 26, no. 1.
01/1977 2
Box.FF 6.23
Camera Magazine 57, no. 2.
02/1978 1

PUBLISHED COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHY:
Box.FF 7.1
Miscellaneous photographs published in newspapers and magazines.
1927-1970s 41
OP 1
Detroit Educational News 3, no. 14. pp. 1-4.
05/12/1936 1
Box.FF 7.2
The Museum Educates. Toledo: The Toledo Museum of Art.
1936 1
Box.FF 7.3
Detroit Public Schools, An Activity Program in Health Education for Intermediate Schools and Superintendent's Annual Report
1936-1937 1
Box.FF 7.3
Detroit Public Schools, Superintendent's Annual Report.
1937 2
Box.FF 7.4
"Detroit Orthopaedic Clinic."
Booklet.
04/1938 2
Box.FF 7.4
"Fifteenth Annual Competition for Small Sculptures in White Soap for the Proctor & Gamble Prizes."
Brochure.
04/06/1940 1
OP 1
The Detroit News, pp. 11.
Includes Stran-Steel article and advertisement.
08/11/1940 1
OP 2
"Amateur Soap Sculptors Fashioned These Prize-Winners."  The Detroit Free Press Sunday Graphic.
10/20/1940 1
Portf. 4
U.S. Camera 1, no. 13.
12/1940 1
Box.FF 7.5
Blanchard, Vaughn S. and Collins, Laurentine B. A Modern Physical Education Program for Boys and Girls. New York: A.S. Barnes.
Photographs by Arthur Siegel. Inscribed by Collins to Siegel.
1940 1
Box.FF 7.6
"Soap Sculpture." New York: National Soap Sculpture Committee.
Booklet..
1940 1
Box.FF 7.7
Detroit Women's City Club.
1940-1941 13
Box.FF 7.8
"Building Faster and Better with Stran-Steel."
dvertisement for Stran-Steel. Offprint from Architectural Record.
02/1941 2
Portf. 4
Look 5, no. 6.
03/25/1941 2
Box.FF 7.8
"For Modern Builders, a River of Steel is Rolling."
Advertisement for Stran-Steel. Offprint from Architectural Forum and Pencil Points.
03/1941 2
Box.FF 8.1
"Top Honors to Ethofoil."
Advertisement for Dow Company.
03/1941 1
OP 2
PM 1, no. 208. Contains photograph by Sigel, "Wives of striking Ford workers see to it that there are no empty stomachs in one of the many strike kitchens," p. 18.
04/04/1941 1
Portf. 4
Collier's. Partial issue.
Includes advertisement for Chrysler, using photograph by Siegel.
05/17/1941 1
Portf. 4
Life Magazine 10, no. 20.
05/19/1941 1
OP 1
Detroit News, p. 14.
Advertisement for Stran-Steel.
07/27/1941 1
Portf. 4
The Saturday Evening Post 214, no. 9.
08/30/1941 2
Portf. 4
Life Magazine 11, no. 9.
09/01/1941 2
OP 1
"In the Image of Freedom." Rotogravure Picture Section, The New York Times, p. 2.
Includes "Right of Assembly" by Arthur Siegel.
10/26/1941 2
Portf. 4
Friends
10/1941 1
Portf. 4
The American Home.
11/1941 1
Portf. 4
Parade, The Detroit Free Press.
1941 1
Box.FF 8.1
Stran-Steel News 1, no. 1.
1941 1
Box.FF 8.1
Stran-Steel News 1, no. 3.
1941 2
Box.FF 8.1
"Piped through Plastic."
Advertisement for Dow Company.
02/1942 1
Portf. 4
Life Magazine 12, no. 11.
03/16/1942 1
Portf. 4
The Saturday Evening Post 214, no. 42.
04/18/1942 1
Portf. 4
The Saturday Evening Post 214, no. 48.
05/30/1942 1
Portf. 4
Collier's.
07/18/1942 2
Portf. 4
U.S. Camera 7, no. 8.
11/1944 2
Portf. 4
Life Magazine 21, no. 7.
08/12/1946 1
OP 1
Chicago Daily Tribune, p. 20.
Advertisement for Hans Knoll furniture at Carson, Pirie, Scott and Co.
06/25/1947 1
Portf. 4
Look.
11/09/1948 1
Box.FF 8.2
"Showroom in Dallas." New York: Knoll Associates Inc.
Pamphlet.
c.1948 3
Box.FF 8.3
Organization for European Economic Co-operation. Recovery in Europe: The First Two Years of Marshall Aid. London: Stationery Office.
1950 1
Box.FF 8.4
What's New, no. 178.
1953 1
Box.FF 8.4
"Will Return After Labor Day."  Fortune, pp. 105-112.
07/1956 3
Box.FF 8.5
Abbott Laboratories Annual Report. Chicago.
1957 1
"UARCO: The Business of Forms." Booklet. Barrington, Ill.
1961 1
Portf. 5
The New York Times Magazine.
03/06/1966 2
Portf. 5
The New York Times Magazine.
10/16/1966 4
Portf. 5
The New York Times Magazine.
11/06/1966 6
Portf. 5
The New York Times Magazine.
11/20/1966 2
Portf. 5
The New York Times Magazine.
12/04/1966 12
Box.FF 8.5
3M Company guides for industrial designers.
Pamphlets.
[1966-1967] 5
Portf. 5
The New York Times Magazine.
01/08/1967 2
Portf. 5
The New York Times Magazine.
02/12/1967 7
Portf. 5
The New York Times Magazine.
03/05/1967 3
Portf. 5
Fortune 76, no. 2
08/1967 1
Box.FF 8.5
"The Exciting New J & L." Booklet. Pittsburgh: Jones & Laughlin Steel Corporation.
n.d. 1
Portf. 5
The New York Times Magazine.
n.d. 2
Box.FF 8.6
Parade
n.d. 1
Portf. 5
U.S. Office of War Information. "Negroes and the War."
Booklet.
n.d. 1

EXHIBITIONS AND LECTURES:
Box.FF 8.7
Exhibition catalogues and pamphlets for exhibitions that include Siegel's photographs.
1937-1969 8
Box.FF 8.8
Announcements for exhibitions that include Siegel's photographs.
1940-1977 28
Box.FF 8.9
Exhibitions with Siegel as juror.
1941, 1942, 1950, 1969 8
Box.FF 8.10
Lecture announcements and programs.
1942-1976 and n.d. 23
Flatf. 28
Exhibition poster, "Light and Color Photography by Arthur Siegel," The Art Institute of Chicago, November 18 [sic]-January 14, 1968.
1968 1
Portf. 5
Exhibition poster, "Institute of Design Exhibition 1973." Illinois Institute of Technology.
05/10/1973 1
Box.FF 8.11
Exhibition catalogues and pamphlets for exhibitions that include Siegel's photographs.
1975-1982 6
Box.FF 8.12
Exhibition wall text for exhibitions that include Siegel's photographs.
1975, n.d. 4
Portf. 5
Exhibition poster, "Aaron Siskind Photography," January 7-27, 1977. Dart Gallery, Chicago.
01/07/1977 2

PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS AND EXHIBITORS:
Box.FF 9.1
The Minicam: Detroit Miniature Camera Club 2, no. 12, and notice of annual meeting.
1935 2
Box.FF 9.1
Notice of annual meeting, Detroit Miniature Camera Club.
1937 1
Box.FF 9.2
Bulletin of the Photographic Guild of Detroit 3, nos. 4-8.
1942 7
Box.FF 9.3
Farm Service Bureau. Correspondence and lists of suggested picture stories.
1942 6
Box.FF 9.4
The Range Finder, a Missouri photographic newspaper.
05/10/1951 3
Box.FF 9.5
Society for Photographic Education. Membership lists and meeting minutes.
1966, 1969 6
Box.FF 9.6
Speakers Bureau of the Adult Education Council of Greater Chicago.
1967 1
Box.FF 9.7
Jack Kapes & Associates.
Pamphlets. Listing artists represented.
n.d. 2

WRITINGS BY SIEGEL:
Box.FF 9.8
Siegel, Arthur. "The Psychology of Freud."
Typescript.
1935 1
Box.FF 9.8
Siegel, Arthur. "Time vs. Cartier-Bresson."  Panorama-Chicago Daily News, p. 9.
[1947] 1
Box.FF 9.9
"Six States Photography: A New Type of Photographic Exhibition." Milwaukee Art Institute, September 8-30, 1950.
Juried by John Morris, Arthur Siegel, and Roy Stryker. Essay by Arthur Siegel.
09/08/1950 1
Box.FF 9.9
Romana Javitz, TLS, returning article on color photography. Arthur Siegel, "On Color Photography,"
11/08/1950 1
Box.FF 9.9
Siegel, Arthur. "50 Years of Documentary Photography."
Typescript. With letter from K. Greenberg from Commentary.
11/16/1950 1
Box.FF 9.9
Siegel, Arthur. "Basic Approaches to the Education of a Photographer."
Two typescript drafts and two holographic drafts.
c.1950 4
Box.FF 9.9
Siegel, Arthur. "50 Years of Documentary Photography."
Typescript.
[1950] 1
Box.FF 9.9
Siegel, Arthur. "50 Years of Documentary Photography."
Typescript.
[1950] 1
Box.FF 9.9
Siegel, Arthur. "Six States Photography."
Typescript.
[1950] 1
Box.FF 9.9
American Photography 45, no. 1.
01/1951 2
Box.FF 9.9
Siegel, Arthur. "Information Sheet" for Life Portfolio.
Typescript.
c.1951 1
Box.FF 9.9
Siegel, Arthur. Text to accompany Life magazine color photographs.
c.1951 1
Box.FF 9.9
Siegel, Arthur. "Creative Color Photography."  Modern Photography, pp. 42-46.
02/1952 2
Box.FF 9.9
Siegel, Arthur. "Creative Color Photography."  Modern Photography, pp. 60-63, 104.
03/1952 2
Box.FF 9.9
Siegel, Arthur. "Color Is the Newest Frontier of Photography."
Typescript. With ALS from Byron Dobell, U.S. Camera, declining publication of article.
05/07/1954 1
Portf. 5
Aperture 9, no. 25.
1961 2
Box.FF 9.10
Aperture 11, no. 2.
1964 2
Box.FF 9.10
Siegel, Arthur. "Anonymous Art and Choice: The Photographer's World."
Reproduced from Aperture 11, no. 2.
1964 1
Box.FF 9.10
Siegel, Arthur. "Fifty Years of Documentary Photography."  Photographers on Photography. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, pp. 88-95.
1966 1
Box.FF 9.10
Siegel, Arthur. "My Latest Images Are Meant to Be Open-Ended."
Typescript.
09/1968 1
Box.FF 9.11
Modern Photography 36, no. 4.
04/1972 2
OP 2
Siegel, Arthur. "The Honest Triumphs of a Genius with Camera."  Chicago Sunday Sun-Times Showcase Book Week, n.p.
With TLS from Herman Kogan to Arthur Siegel.
07/21/1974 2
Box.FF 9.11
Siegel, Arthur. "The Importance of Being Evans."
Typescript.
[1974] 1
Box.FF 9.11
Siegel, Arthur. "The Importance of Being Evans." Holograph manuscript.
[1974] 1
Box.FF 9.12
Siegel, Arthur. "30th Annual Competition of American Photographer."
Typescript.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 9.12
Siegel, Arthur. "Images of Mankind, Nature and Exotica."  Panorama-Chicago Daily News, n.p.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 9.12
Siegel, Arthur. "A Photographer's World."
Typescript, with ink corrections.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 9.12
Siegel, Arthur. "A Photographer's World."
Holographic manuscript, with graphite corrections.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 9.12
Siegel, Arthur. "Reflections on Diane Arbus."
Typescript.
n.d. 1






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SERIES IV: ACADEMIC PAPERS


ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN COLLEGES
Box.FF 16.1
Schedules for Siegel's visit and a brochure for the Arts Program.
1949-1950 5

BLACK MOUNTAIN COLLEGE
Box.FF 16.2
Brochures, articles, and correspondence.
Regarding Siegel's visit.
See also 'Separated Material' note at front of finding aid.
1951, 1966, 1967 6

CHICAGO AREA TEACHERS OF PHOTOGRAPHY
Box.FF 16.3
Member lists.
11/1963, 03/1969 2

GEORGE EASTMAN HOUSE. INVITATIONAL TEACHING CONFERENCE
Box.FF 16.4
Report for the Invitational Teaching Conference at the George Eastman House.
11/1962 1

HARVARD UNIVERSITY
Box.FF 16.5
Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts course outlines.
1967 10
Box.FF 16.6
Summer School brochures, course descriptions, and official registry.
1967, 1968, 1971 11
Box.FF 16.7
Teaching notebook, labeled "no. 1."
1967-1968 1
Box.FF 16.8
Teaching notebook, labeled "no. 2."
1967-1968 1

THE INDIANAPOLIS CAMERA CLUB
Box.FF 16.9
"New Horizons in Photography"
Pamphlet.
1949 1

INSTITUTE OF DESIGN, ILLINOIS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
Box.FF 16.10
Administrative Papers, New Bauhaus pamphlets and member list.
1937, 1974, n.d. 4
Box.FF 17.1
Administrative Papers, School of Design brochures and course descriptions.
1939-1942 8
Box.FF 17.2
Administrative Papers, Institute of Design brochures and course descriptions.
1946-1968 11
Box.FF 17.3
Administrative Papers, Memoranda, press releases, and graduate student lists.
1946-1977 23
Box.FF 17.4
Administrative Papers, Curriculum requirements and teaching schedule..
1949-1978, n.d. 9
Box.FF 17.5
Administrative Papers, "Chicago Architecture" course outlines.
1950s 3
Box.FF 17.6
Bibliographies by Arthur Siegel and Barbara Crane; "Design" and "Graduate Seminar" bibliographies.
c.1940-1970 4
Box.FF 17.7
Course Outlines and Plans, "New Vision in Photography" course notes and brochures.
07/08/1946-08/16/1946 5
Box.FF 17.8
Course Outlines
1946-1972 10
Box.FF 17.9
Course Outlines and Plans, Curricular plans.
1947-1950, n.d. 7
Box.FF 17.10
Course Outlines and Plans, Student assignments.
1948, n.d. 6
Box.FF 18.1
Course Outlines and Plans, Film series schedules.
1949-1954, n.d. 7
Box.FF 18.2
Course Outlines and Plans, Recommendations for photography facility.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 18.3
Course Outlines and Plans, "Special Photo" curricular plan.
n.d. 8
Box.FF 18.4
Course Outlines and Plans, Summer seminar program.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 18.5
Lecture notes.
Typescript.
1937-1949 11
Box.FF 18.6
Lecture notes.
Typescript.
n.d. 20
Box.FF 18.7
Lecture notes. Holographic.
n.d. 23
Box.FF 18.8
Lecture Research Material, Stokes, I.N. Phelps. The Hawes-Stokes Collection of American Daguerrotypes by Albert Sands Southworth and Josiah Johnson Hawes. New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
1939 1
Box.FF 18.9
Lecture Research Material, Stokes, Film programs, bibliographies, and schedules.
Includes typescript of "Any Street," a film narrative.
1963-1968, n.d. 7
Box.FF 18.10
Lecture Research Material, Stokes, Documents and articles on the history of photography.
Photocopies.
n.d. 11
Box.FF 18.11
Lecture Transcripts. Edward Steichen, Eugene Atget, "Prehistory to 1800," and "Color" lecture given at Lake Forest College.
02/13/1970, 02/20/1970, 09/15/1970 3
Box.FF 18.12
Lecture Transcripts. "History of Photo, Alfred Stieglitz to the Twenties,"   "History of Photography," and "Ansel Adams."
12/03/1973, 11/22/1974, 07/14/1976 3
Box.FF 18.13
Lecture Transcripts. "Weegee [Arthur Fellig],"   "Alfred Stieglitz" from the Museum of Contemporary Art lecture series, "History of Photography," and "Photo History."
04/06/1976, 07/02/1976, 07/19/1977, 08/01/1977, 09/11/1977 5
Box.FF 19.1
Slide lists.
1972 11
Box.FF 19.2
Slide lists.
1973 16
Box.FF 19.3
Slide lists.
1974 7
Box.FF 19.4
Slide lists.
02/1975-05/1975 9
Box.FF 19.5
Slide lists.
09/1975-12/1975 17
Box.FF 20.1
Slide lists.
01/1976-05/1976 16
Box.FF 20.2
Slide lists.
06/1976-12/1976 14
Box.FF 20.3
Slide lists.
1977 20
Box.FF 20.4
Slide lists.
n.d. 35

WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY
Box.FF 20.5
Siegel's student papers, brochures, publications, course descriptions, and other documents.
1933-1937, 1977 20

UNIDENTIFIED
Box.FF 20.6
"Cross reference for numbered slides
Inventory of teaching slides.
n.d. 1






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SERIES V: SLIDES, FILMS, AND RECORDINGS



SLIDES:
Box.FF 21.1
Prehistory of Photography. (AIC #1)
n.d. 80
Box.FF 21.2
The Daguerreotype. (AIC #3)
n.d. 125
Box.FF 21.3
The Daguerreotype. (AIC #4)
1977 77
Box.FF 21.4
Scientific Photography, 1935-1969. (AIC #4)
n.d. 53
Box.FF 21.5
Talbot, Hill and Adamson. (AIC #6)
1975 129
Box.FF 21.6
Bayard, Negre and Fenton. (AIC #7)
1977 134
Box.FF 21.7
Nadar (Gaspard Félix Tournachon). (AIC #8)
1975 139
Box.FF 21.8
O.G. Rejlander. (AIC #9)
1977 137
Box.FF 22.1
Julia Margaret Cameron.
1975 91
Box.FF 22.2
The Civil War. (AIC #12)
1977 118
Box.FF 22.3
Landscapes. (AIC #13)
1977 125
Box.FF 22.4
W.H. Jackson. (AIC #14)
n.d. 48
Box.FF 22.5
Rudolf Eickemeyer, Jr. (AIC #15).
Also includes a student essay and articles about Eickemeyer.
1972-1975 139
Box.FF 22.6
Japanese prints. (AIC #18)
1975 56
Box.FF 22.7
Gertrude Käsebier and Clarence White. (AIC #19)
1976 111
Box.FF 22.8
Frederick Holland Day, Lewis Carroll, Anne Brigman and others. (AIC #21)
1976 80
Box.FF 22.9
Untitled lecture group. (AIC #23)
1976 60
Box.FF 22.10
Jacques Henri Lartigue. (AIC #24).
Also includes a student essay.
n.d. 122
Box.FF 22.11
Jean Eugène Auguste Atget. (AIC #25)
1974 138
Box.FF 22.12
Comparison slides: Thompson and Stone.
n.d. 29
Box.FF 23.1
John Thompson, Dr. Bernardo, and Paul Martin. (AIC #26)
n.d. 109
Box.FF 23.2
Sir Benjamin Stone.
1974 150
Box.FF 23.3
Lewis Wickes Hine. (AIC #29)
1976 56
Box.FF 23.4
Jacob August Riis. (AIC #30)
1976 85
Box.FF 23.5
Francis Bruguière. (AIC #36)
1976 134
Box.FF 23.6
Untitled lecture group.
1976 138
Box.FF 23.7
Lázsló Moholy-Nagy. (AIC #32)
1976 111
Box.FF 23.8
Man Ray. (AIC #34)
1976 103
Box.FF 23.9
Albert Renger-Patzsch.
1976 89
Box.FF 23.10
Bill Brandt and Brassaï. (AIC #38)
1976 140
Box.FF 23.11
Werner Graff: Here Comes the New Photography, Germany 1929. (AIC #33)
1976 43
Box.FF 24.1
André Kertész, Erich Salomon, Paul Wolff. (AIC #37)
1976 156
Box.FF 24.2
Berenice Abbott. (AIC #39)
1976 53
Box.FF 24.3
Henri Cartier-Bresson. (AIC #40)
1976 128
Box.FF 24.4
Edward Steichen. (AIC #41)
n.d. 120
Box.FF 24.5
August Sander. (AIC #43)
n.d. 139
Box.FF 24.6
Walker Evans. (AIC #44)
1976 139
Box.FF 24.7
Walker Evans. (AIC #45?)
1977 80
Box.FF 24.8
Ben Shahn. (AIC #46)
1976 66
Box.FF 24.9
Dorothea Lange. (AIC #47)
1976 132
Box.FF 24.10
Dorothea Lange. (AIC #48)
1976 76
Box.FF 24.11
Farm Security Administration. (AIC #49)
1976 137
Box.FF 25.1
Collage and Montage. (AIC #50)
1977 141
Box.FF 25.2
Collage, Montage, Assemblage. (AIC #51)
1977 138
Box.FF 25.3
Untitled lecture group. (AIC #53)
1977 140
Box.FF 25.4
Police Photographs, Mug Shots 1886, NYC. (AIC #52)
n.d. 68
Box.FF 25.5
Alfred Stieglitz. (AIC #54)
1977 121
Box.FF 25.6
Alfred Stieglitz. (AIC #55)
1977 124
Box.FF 25.7
Harold Corsini. (AIC #56).
Also includes a student essay.
1974 107
Box.FF 25.8
Untitled lecture group. (AIC #57)
1976 136
Box.FF 25.9
Jung and Photography. (AIC #59)
n.d. 54
Box.FF 26.1
Evolution of the Picture Postcard. (AIC #60)
n.d. 78
Box.FF 26.2
Paul Outerbridge. (AIC #61)
n.d. 139
Box.FF 26.3
Paul Outerbridge. (AIC #62)
n.d. 106
Box.FF 26.4
Ralph Gibson. (AIC #63).
Also includes an essay, author not credited.
n.d. 67
Box.FF 26.5
Ralph Gibson. (AIC #63)
n.d. 76
Box.FF 26.6
Greta Garbo and Larry Clark. (AIC #64)
n.d. 81
Box.FF 26.7
Mathew Brady Portraits. (AIC #66)
1977 55
Box.FF 26.8
Brassaï. (AIC #65)
n.d. 63
Box.FF 26.9
Book: 12 Million Black Voices. (AIC #67)
n.d. 32
Box.FF 26.10
New York Showing of FSA (Farm Security Administration), 1960s. (AIC #68)
n.d. 42
Box.FF 26.11
Untitled lecture group (science photography?). (AIC #69)
1976 86
Box.FF 26.12
Anthony Stelmokas. (AIC #70)
n.d. 80
Box.FF 27.1
Untitled lecture group. (AIC #71)
1976 93
Box.FF 27.2
Ed Van Der Elsken. (AIC #72).
Includes text by Ed Van Der Elsken.
n.d. 135
Box.FF 27.3
"Cleché-Glare." (AIC #73)
n.d. 57
Box.FF 27.4
Anonymous Photos from Technical Magazine, c.1900. (AIC #74)
n.d. 85
Box.FF 27.5
Contemporary Trends. (AIC #75)
n.d. 108
Box.FF 27.6
Paul Strand
1973 78
Box.FF 27.7
Paul Strand. (AIC #77)
1977 112
Box.FF 27.8
Leslie Krims. (AIC #78)
n.d. 80
Box.FF 27.9
Diane Arbus, Garry Winogrand and Todd Papageorge. (AIC #79)
1975 94
Box.FF 28.1
Daniel Seymour. (AIC #80)
n.d. 76
Box.FF 28.2
Arnold Newman. (AIC #81)
1975 127
Box.FF 28.3
Repetition, Symmetry, Modules. (AIC #82)
n.d. 97
Box.FF 28.4
Francis Frith. (AIC #83)
1977 48
Box.FF 28.5
Weegee. (AIC #84)
1975 125
Box.FF 28.6
Brett Weston. (AIC #85)
1977 78
Box.FF 28.7
Robert Frank. (AIC #86)
1977 131
Box.FF 28.8
Tintypes from Siegel Collection. (AIC #87)
n.d. 72
Box.FF 28.9
Wynn Bullock. (AIC #88)
1977 61
Box.FF 28.10
Donald McCullin. (AIC #89)
1975 107
Box.FF 28.11
Tina Modotti. (AIC #90)
1977 70
Box.FF 28.12
Edward Weston. (AIC #91)
1977 138
Box.FF 28.13
Edward Weston. (AIC #92)
n.d. 115
Box.FF 29.1
War Photography. (AIC #93)
1975 67
Box.FF 29.2
The Art of Photography. (AIC #94)
n.d. 93
Box.FF 29.3
Albert S. Southworth & Josiah Hawes. (AIC #95)
1977 69
Box.FF 29.4
John Heartfield - WW II Photographs and Propaganda. (AIC #96)
n.d. 77
Box.FF 29.5
Circus Photographs. (AIC #97)
n.d. 142
Box.FF 29.6
Portraiture of Women. (AIC #98)
n.d. 108
Box.FF 29.7
Ansel Adams. (AIC #99)
n.d. 126
Box.FF 29.8
Mildred Mead - Chicago Department of Urban Renewal. (AIC #100)
n.d. 80
Box.FF 29.9
Women's Image. (AIC #101)
n.d. 77
Box.FF 29.10
Painting: Da Vinci and Impressionism. (AIC #102)
n.d. 80
Box.FF 29.11
Scientific Photography 1845-1910. (AIC #103)
n.d. 30
Box.FF 29.12
Aaron Siskind. (AIC #106)
1974 105
Box.FF 29.13
Portraiture, Part A. (AIC #107)
1975 69
Box.FF 29.14
Portraiture-The Symbolism of Relationships, Part B. (AIC #108)
1975 97
Box.FF 30.1
Harry Callahan. (AIC #105)
1974 129
Box.FF 30.2
Portraiture-Everybody Has a Father. (AIC #109)
1975 139
Box.FF 30.3
Portraiture IV-The Photographic Album. (AIC #110)
1975 108
Box.FF 30.4
The Nude. (AIC #111)
n.d. 119
Box.FF 30.5
Painted Nudes. (AIC #112)
n.d. 139
Box.FF 30.6
Garry Winogrand. (AIC #113)
n.d. 137
Box.FF 30.7
Frans Masereel. (AIC #114?)
n.d. 85
Box.FF 30.8
Arthur Siegel. (AIC #115)
n.d. 74
Box.FF 30.9
Arthur Siegel, Art Institute of Chicago Exhibition (1967-1968). (AIC #116)
n.d. 30
Box.FF 30.10
Arthur Siegel, "Family Photos." (AIC #117)
n.d. 22
Box.FF 30.11
Arthur Siegel. (AIC #118)
1977 139
Box.FF 30.12
Anthony Stelmokas. (AIC #119)
n.d. 9
Box.FF 30.13
James Holland III.
Also includes a student essay.
n.d. 69

AUDIO/VIDEO/FILM (PATRON USE COPIES):
USE COPIES FOR CASSETTES.
Box 43
Patron use CDs
Audio CDs Includes digital files: 198204_110128-381 - 198204_110128-452 These are the patron use copies. Originals are restricted.
32
Box 44
Patron use CDs
Audio CDs Includes digital files: 198204_110128-453 - 198204_110128-574 These are the patron use copies. Originals are restricted.
48

USE COPIES FOR FILM & VIDEO.
VHS TAPE I
1
Box.FF 33.1
The Case of Bobby Jones, Part I.
VHS videocassette. Black and white, no sound, jumpy, scratchy, fuzzy, hard to view at times. 15 minutes.
n.d.
Box.FF 33.1
Filmic Dance #1.
VHS videocassette. Color, no sound, good quality and focus, not jumpy. 5 minutes.
n.d.
Box.FF 33.1
The Case of Bobby Jones, Part II.
VHS videocassette. Black and white, no sound, good quality and focus, slightly jumpy. 13 minutes.
n.d.
Box.FF 33.1
TM.
VHS videocassette. Film by Jerry Aranson. Some color, sound, quality and focus are very bad, extremely jumpy (essentially not viewable). 5 minutes.
n.d.
Box.FF 33.1
Untitled (Cat Film).
VHS videocassette. Black and white, no sound, quality and focus are fair, becomes jumpier as film progresses. 15 minutes.
n.d.
Box.FF 33.1
Untitled (Cat Film).
VHS videocassette. Black and white, no sound, bad quality, jumpy, fuzzy, screen rolls. 8 minutes.
n.d.
Box.FF 33.1
Untitled (Cat Film).
VHS videocassette. Black and white, no sound, good quality and focus, slightly jumpy. 9 minutes.
n.d.
Box.FF 33.1
Filmic Dance #2.
VHS videocassette. Color, no sound, variable quality, very jumpy at times, focus is good by 4 minutes into the film. 30 minutes.
n.d.
VHS TAPE II
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Box.FF 33.2
Cameras Internal.
VHS videocassette. Black and white, no sound, good quality and focus, becomes jumpy. 21 minutes.
n.d.
Box.FF 33.2
Plastering Machine.
VHS videocassette. Produced by Siegel (2 films together). Black and white, no sound, good quality and focus, slightly jumpy. 57 minutes.
n.d.
VHS TAPE III
1
Box.FF 33.3
The Photography of Arthur Siegel.
VHS videocassette. Film by WTTW. Narrated by Siegel, regarding his approach to and method of photography. Black and white, sound, good quality, infrequently jumpy and fuzzy. 28 minutes.
1967
Box.FF 33.3
Jules and Lil-Synagogue.
VHS videocassette. Color, no sound, good quality and focus, not jumpy. 5 minutes.
05/1964
Box.FF 33.3
Lake Geneva Vacation.
VHS videocassette. Color, no sound, good quality and focus, not jumpy. 14 minutes.
08/1964
Box.FF 33.3
Heidens-Ba[??]o.
VHS videocassette. Color, no sound, good quality and focus, not jumpy. 4 minutes.
10/1964
Box.FF 33.3
Ruttenberg Swimming Pool.
VHS videocassette. Color, no sound, good quality, good focus, not jumpy. 9 minutes.
06/1964
Box.FF 33.3
Parker Country Fair.
VHS videocassette. Color, no sound, good quality, good focus, not jumpy. 6 minutes.
10/1964
Box.FF 33.3
Lake Geneva Vacation.
VHS videocassette. Color, no sound, good quality, good focus, slightly jumpy. 22 minutes.
08/1964
Box.FF 33.3
Nebula 2?
VHS videocassette. Film by Robert A. Frerck, an Institute of Design production. Color, sound, good quality and focus, not jumpy. 6 minutes. See also Tape IV, #2
n.d.
Box.FF 33.3
Black White and Grey.
VHS videocassette. Film by Lázsló Moholy-Nagy. Black and white, no sound, good quality and focus, not jumpy. 9 minutes.
n.d.
VHS TAPE IV
1
Box.FF 33.4
Alphabet.
VHS videocassette. Film by Ronald Nameth, project of the Institute of Design cinema group under the direction of Siegel. Color, sound, good quality and focus, not jumpy. 7 minutes.
1964
Box.FF 33.4
Nebula.
VHS videocassette. Film by Robert Frerck. Color, sound, good quality and focus, not jumpy. 6 minutes. See also Tape III, #8
1968
MISCELLANEOUS
Box 44
"Adam's Film," Larry Janiak (1963). Patron use CDs
DVD Includes digital files: LJ_AdamsFilm_092509. These are the patron use copies. Originals are restricted.
1
Box 44
"Nebula 2," Robert Frerck (1969). Patron use CDs
DVD Includes digital files: RobertFrerck_Nebula2_092509. These are the patron use copies. Originals are restricted.
1
Box 44
"Disintegration Line #2," Larry Janiak (1970). Patron use CDs
DVD Includes digital files: LJaniak_Disinteg2_092509 These are the patron use copies. Originals are restricted.
1
Box 43
Various titles. Patron use CDs
DVDs Includes digital files: 198204_110128-328 - 198204_110128-347 These are the patron use copies. Originals are restricted.
20
Box 44
Various titles. Patron use CDs
DVDs Includes digital files: 198204_110128-580 - 198204_110128-585 These are the patron use copies. Originals are restricted.
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Various titles. Master duplicates of films. User copies in Boxes 31-32.
VHS videocassette.
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AUDIO/VIDEO/FILM (ORIGINALS & MASTERS):

AUDIO RECORDINGS:
THE FOLLOWING BOXES ARE RESTRICTED. PATRONS ARE REQUESTED TO CONSULT THE ARCHIVIST FOR FURTHER INFORMATION. An index of the tapes and their original order is in Box 31.
LECTURES WITH CORRESPONDING SLIDES
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Pre-History of Photography. (AIC #1-A)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Sept. 5, History of Image-Making as intrinsically human. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Rowlandson, Thomas.; Herman Miller Corporation.; Chicago (Ill.); Photography.; Art History.; Camera Obscura.; Images.; Aesthetics.; History of the Camera. Length: 2:00:41. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43; see digital file: 198204_110128-399
1973-1977 1
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Pre-History of Photography. (AIC #1-B)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the earliest history of photograph - Sept. 1, 1977. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Newhall, Beaumont.; Gernsheim, Friedrich.; Maddow, Ben.; Weston, Edward.; Chicago (Ill.); Photography.; Art History.; Politics.;Technique.; Aesthetics.; Optical Devices. Length: 1:57:01. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43; see digital file: 198204_110128-400
1973-1977 1
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Pre-History of Photography. (AIC #1-C pt. 1)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Changing modes of representation. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Rosseau, Henri.; Pliny.; Aristotle.; Chicago (Ill.).; Egypt.; Persia.; Japan.; Photography.; Cave Painting.; Prehistoric Art.; Cultural Perceptions. Length: 1:28:20. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43; see digital file: 198204_110128-403
1973-1977 1
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Pre-History of Photography. (AIC #1-C pt.2)
Arthur Siegel lecture on history of optics and camera obscura - Sept. 17, 1973. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Durer, Albrecht.; Della Porta, Giambattista.; Close, Chuck.; Delacroix, Eugene.; Chicago (Ill.).; Greece.; Rome, Italy.; Northern Europe.; Photography.; Chemistry of Photography.; Art History.; Optics.; Magic Lantern. Length: 1:31:42. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43; see digital file: 198204_110128-402
1973-1977 1
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Daguerreotypes. (AIC #2, no slides)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Early Daguerreotypes. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Daumier, Honore.; Taft, Robert.; Niepce, Nicephore.; Daguerre, Louis.; Chicago (Ill.); Photography.; History of Photography.; Daguerreotype.; Death Portraits.; Technique.; Mercury Poisoning. Length: 1:30:57. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43; see digital file: 198204_110128-401
09/12/1975 1
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Daguerreotypes. (AIC #3-A)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Sept. 19 Form and Style. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Avedon, Richard.; Niepce, Nicephore.; Whitney, Eli.; Whipple, John A.; Black, James.; Chicago (Ill.).; Vietnam.; France.; Photography.; Portraiture.; Daguerreotypography.; Painting. Length: 1:40:13. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43; see digital file: 198204_110128-404
1973-1977 1
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Daguerreotypes. (AIC #3-B)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - 1977 On Daguerreotypes. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Southworth and Hawes.; Chicago (Ill.).; Paris, France.; Daguerreotypography.; History of Photography.; Portraiture.; Daguerrian Excursions.; Victorian Pornography. Length: 2:08:39. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43; see digital file: 198204_110128-405
1973-1977 1
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Daguerreotypes. (AIC #3-C)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography. - Sept. 8, 1977. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Newhall, Beaumont.; Chicago (Ill.); Photography.; Perception.; Painting.; Daguerreotypography. Length: 1:42:16. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43; see digital file: 198204_110128-406
1973-1977 1
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Daguerreotypes. (AIC #3-D)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography, on Daguerreotypes and hobbyists and professionals - Sept. 24, 1973. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Talbot, Fox.; Daguerre, Louis.; Close, Chuck.; Panofsky, Edwin.; Delacroix, Eugene.; Davidson, Bruce.; Winogrand, Gary.; Chicago (Ill.).; France.; Metropolitan Museum of Art.; Photography.; Daguerreotypography.; Lithography.; Diorama. Length: 2:05:24. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43; see digital file: 198204_110128-407
1973-1977 1
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Daguerreotypes. (AIC #3-E)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - 1973. Siegel talks about common, inexpensive Daguerreotypes, and how they were matted. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Talbot, Fox.; Daguerre, Louis.; Hill, David Octavius.; Chicago (Ill.).; Scotland.; Louisville Archives.; Photography.; Daguerreotypography.; Tintypes. Length: 2:06:47. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43; see digital file: 198204_110128-408
1973-1977 1
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Daguerreotypes. Talbot, Hill & Adamson. Paper-based variations. (AIC #4 pt.1)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Documentary Photography. Siegel talks about the democratization of culture by the spread of photographic information. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Talbot, Fox.; Stelzner,Carl Ferdinand; Gernsheim, Helmut.; Chicago (Ill.).; Middle East.; Paris, France.; London, England.; Homburg, Germany.; Photography.; Daguerrotypography.; Democratization.; Optics.; Fashion Photography. Length: 2:02:00. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43; see digital file: 198204_110128-409
1973-1977 1
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Daguerreotypes. Talbot, Hill & Adamson. Paper-based variations. (AIC #4 pt.2 and #6-A)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Oct. 5, 1975. Siegel talks about Fox Talbot's early contact prints and Talbot's life and museum. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Talbot, Fox.; Hill, David Octavius.; Chicago (Ill.).; Lacock, England.; Fox Talbot Museum, Lacock Abbey.; Photography.; Early Photographic prints.; Photographic Chemistry.; Talbotypes.; Calotypes. Length: 1:45:14. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43; see digital file: 198204_110128-410
1973-1977 1
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Daguerreotypes. Talbot, Hill & Adamson. Paper-based variations. (AIC #6-B)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Sept. 22, 1974. Siegel talks about Fox Talbot's advances in photographic prints. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Talbot, Fox.; Hill, David Octavius.; Wheeler, David.; Adamson.; Chicago (Ill.).; France.; England.; Italy.; Daguerreotypography.; Camera Obscura.; Optics.; Photographic Prints. Length: 1:00:05. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43; see digital file: 198204_110128-411
1973-1977 1
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Daguerreotypes. Talbot, Hill & Adamson. Paper-based variations. (AIC #6-C)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Oct. 8, 1973. Siegel talks about various early paper-based photography processes. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Negre, Charles.; Talbot, Fox.; Siskind, Aaron.; Van Rinj, Rembrandt.; Hine, Lewis.; Carroll, Lewis.; Cameron, Julia Margaret.; Chicago (Ill.); Paper-based Photography.; Art History.; Pencil of Nature.; Bloomsbury Circle. Length: 1:36:40. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43; see digital file: 198204_110128-412
1973-1977 1
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Bayard, Negre, Fenton, Gernsheim. (AIC #7)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Oct. 17, 1975. Siegel talks about paper negative and wax negative photographic processing. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.;Bayard, Hippolyte.; Du Comte, Maxime.; Flaubert, Gustave.; Negre, Charles.; Chicago (Ill.).; France.; Egypt.; Photography.; Talbotype.; Daguerreotype.; Artistic Reproduction.; Solarization. Length: 2:07:16. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43; see digital file: 198204_110128-413
10/17/1975 1
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Nadar (Gaspard Félix Tournachon). (AIC #8)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Oct. 24, 1975. Siegel talks about Nadar's career as a portrait photographer and caricaturist; also, discussion of composition and cropping. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Archer, Scott.; Nadar.; Hugo, Victor.; Baudelaire, Charles.; Dore, Gustave.; Corot, Camille.; Chicago (Ill.).; France.; Portrait Photography.; Caricature.; Cartes de Visites.; History of Photography. Length: 2:06:43. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43; see digital file: 198204_110128-414
10/24/1975 1
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Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Portraiture. Siegel talks about narrative photography, particulary that and the portraiture of Rejlander. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Rejlander, Oscar Gustave.; Krims, Leslie.; Michals, Duane.; Giotto.; Tennyson, Alfred Lord.; Josephson, Ken.; Chicago (Ill.).;Rome, Italy.; London, England.; George Eastman House.; Portrait Photography.; Calotypes.; Painting.; Narrative Photography.; Conceptual Photography.; Vignettes. Length: 1:37:19. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43; see digital file: 198204_110128-415
1975-1977 1
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Julia Margaret Cameron. (AIC #9-C and 11A)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Nov. 7, 1975. Siegel talks about commercial portrait photographers compared with portrait photography tradition. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Rejlander, Oscar Gustave.; Brown, Adolf.; Disderi, Andre-Adolphe-Eugene.; Napoleon III.; Carroll, Lewis.; Daumier,Honore.; Cameron, Julia Margaret.; Joachim, Harold.; Chicago (Ill.).; England.; Commercial Portrait Photography.; Travel Photography.; Composition. Length: 2:03:06. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43; see digital file: 198204_110128-416
1973-1975 1
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Henry Peach Robinson. (AIC #11B)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography. Siegel talks about the history of photography, focusing mostly on early editing techniques. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Adams, Ansel.; Evans, Walker.; Nadar, Paul.; Heinikan, Bob.; Notman, William.; Fantin-Latour, Henri.; The Field Museum.; Daguerre, Louis.; Robinson, Henry Peach.; George Eastmann House.; Rylander.; New York Times.; Cameron, Margaret Julia.; Woolfe, Virginia.; Tennyson Alfred.; Taylor, Henry.; Watts, George Frederic.; Bloomsbury Circle.; Thompson, John.; Riis, Jacob.; Hine, Lewis.; Winogrand, Garry.; Siskind, Aaron .; Corot, Jean-Baptiste-Camille.; Manet, Edouard.; Delacroix, Eugene.; Chicago (IL.).; New Haven (CT.).; England.; Canada.; Daguerreotypography.; Photography.; Painting.; Serial Photography.; Phrenology.; Pre-Raphaelite Painting.; History of Photography. Length: 1:02:44. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43; see digital file: 198204_110128-381
10/15/1973 1
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The Civil War. (AIC #12A)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - 1975. Siegel talks about the history of photography, focusing on the work of Mathew Brady and his Civil War photography. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Brady, Mathew.; Morris, Samuel Kaboo.; Daguerre, Louis.; Garder, Alexander.; P.T. Barnum.; Lynn, Jenny.; Cameron, Margaret Julia.; Simpson, Wallace.; Lincoln, Abraham.; Custer, George Armstrong.; Pinkerton, Allan.; O'Sullivan, Timothy.; Gardner, Jay.; Grant, Ulysses S.; Bourke-White, Margaret.; Wirz, Henry.; Booth, John Wilkes.; Farm Security Administration.; London (England).; Fredericksburg (VA.).; Boston (MA.).; Harpers Ferry (WV.).; Andersonville (GA.). ; Washington (D.C.).; The Crystal Palace.; Washington Monument.; Ford Theater.; Daguerreotypography.; Photography.; The American Civil War.; 1851 World's Fair.; Portrait Photography.; War Photography.; Mexican-American War.; Tintype Photography.; Cabinet Photography.; Warfare.; World War II.; History of Photography. Length: 1:42:45. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43; see digital file: 198204_110128-382
1973-1975 1
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The Civil War. (AIC #12B)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Oct. 22,1973 and Oct. 29 1973. Siegel talks about the history of photography from 1973 in two lectures. The first focuses on Muybridge and Mathew Brady and American Civil War photography. The Second focuses on Timothy H. O'Sullivan and Western American photography. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Watkins, Carlton E.; Muybridge, Eadweard.; Adams, Ansel.; Southworth and Hawes.;Brady, Mathew.; Gardner, Alexander.; Barnum, P.T..; Arbus, Diane.; Winogrand, Garry.; Barnard, George.; Gibson, James F..; Lincoln, Abraham.; O'Sullivan, Timothy H..; Grant, Ulysses S..; Jackon, William Henry.; England.; San Francisco (CA.).; Mexico.; London (England).; Dusseldorf (Germany).; Paris (France).; Egypt.; Guatemala.; Boston (MA.).; New York (NY).; Washington (D.C.).; Los Angeles (CA.).; Denver (CO.).; Central City (CO.).; Daguerreotypography.; Photography.; Western Photographers.; Portraiture.; Landscape Photography.; Crystal Palace Exhibition.; Stereoscopy.; Imperialism.; Christianity.; The American Civil War.; Tintype photography.; Sioux Indians.; History of Photography. Length: 2:03:46. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43; see digital file: 198204_110128-383
1973-1975 1
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Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Oct. 29, 1973. Siegel talks about stereoscopy. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Holmes, Oliver Wendell.; Thompson, John.; Muybridge, Eadweard.; Brewster, David.; Herschel, John.; Helmholtz, Hermann von.; Boston (MA.). Vermont.; New Hampshire.; Daguerreotypography.; Photography.; American Civil War.; Stereoscopy.; Columbian Exhibition.; Erotic Photography.; Missionaries.; History of Photography. Length: 30:45. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43; see digital file: 198204_110128-384
10/29/1973 1
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Landscapes, 1800s western landscape. (AIC #13)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Nov. 21,1975. Siegel talks about American landscape photography. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Heade, Martin Johnson.; Hill, J.H..; Watkins, Carleton E..; Weston, Edward.; Bierstadt, Albert.; Le Gray, Gustave.; Muybridge, Eadweard.; Russell, Andrew Joseph.; O'Sullivan, Timothy H.; Jackson, William Henry.; San Francisco (CA.).; European Landscape Painting.; Photography.; Daguerreotypography.; American Expeditions.; Lithographs.; History of Photography. Length: 1:55:21. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43; see digital file: 198204_110128-385
11/21/1975 1
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Photo-secession. (AIC #17)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Nov. 19, (1973?). Siegel talks about art photography, the pictorialists, and the seccesion art movement at the turn of the twentieth century. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Emerson, Peter Henry.; Corot, Jean-Baptiste Camille.; Whistler, James.; Klimt, Gustav.; Robinson, Henry Peach.; Helmholtz, Hermann von.; Hill, David Octavius. Adamson, Robert.; Annan, James Craig.; Stieglitz, Alfred.; Day, F. Holland.; Coburn Alvin Langdon.; White, Clarence.; Misonne, Leonard.; Hoffmeister Brothers.; Lazar, Arthur.; Puyo, Constant.; Demachy, Robert.;Hugo, Victor.; Degas, Edgar.; Steichen, Edward.; Albright Knox Gallery.; Lartigue, Jacques Henri.; LeBegue, Rene.; Rey, Guido. Herzog, Benedict.; Dyer, William B.; Cameron, Margaret Judy.; Germany.; France.; England.; Dusseldorf (Germany).; Vienna (Austria).; Milwaukee (WI.).; Buffalo (NY.); Photography.; Art Photography.; Genre Painting.; Pictorial Photography.; Pictorialism.; Eastern Art.; Secession Art Movement.; Barbizon School.; Bromoil Process.; Academic Painting.; History of Photography. Length: 1:53:43. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43; see digital file: 198204_110128-386
11/19/1973 1
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Gertrude Käsebier, Clarence White. (AIC #18)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Feb. 6, 1976. Siegel talks about the work of Gertrude Käsebier and photo secessionists. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Webb, Todd.; Callahan, Harry.; Weston, Brett.; Adams, Ansel.; Meserve-Collection.; Handy-Brady Studio.; Time Inc. Books.; Lincoln, Abraham.; Cameron, Margaret Judy.; Robinson, Henry Peach.; Bullock, Wyn.; Siskind, Aaron.; Gibson, Ralph.; Clarence White School of Photography.; Boure-Wkwhite, Margaret.; Steiner, Ralph.; White, Clarence.; Käsebier, Gertrude.; Rosenthal, Joe.; Rothstein, Arthur.; Steichen, Edward.; Sargent, John Singer.;Vermeer, Johannes.; Collinson, James.; Eichmeier, Rudolf.; Steiglitz, Alfred.; Whistler, James Abbot McNeil.; Portland (ME).; Houston (TX.).; New York (NY.).; London (England).; Photography.; Photography Market.; Print Making.; Art Galleries.; Photo Secessionists.; Portraiture.; Impressionism.; Eastern Printmaking.; Christianity.; History of Photography. Length: 2:00:20. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43; see digital file: 198204_110128-387
02/06/1976 1
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American Photo-Secession. (AIC #18B)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Nov. 26, 1973. Siegel talks about the American photo secessionists and photography between 1880-1914, particularly Gertrude KĠsebier. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; KĠsebier, Gertrude.; Stieglitz, Alfred.; Cameron, Margaret Judy.; Picasso, Pablo.; Cezanne, Paul.; Rodin, Auguste.; Stechien, Edward.; Morgan, J.P.; Whistler, James Abbot McNeil.; Eugene, Frank.; de Meyer, Adolph.; Brigman, Anne.; Newberry, Jim.; Toulouse-Lautrec, Henri de.; Soutine, Chaim.; Modigliani, Amedeo.; Gross, George.; Photography.; Photo Secessionists.; Japanese Prints.; Daguerrotyphography.; Futurists.; Symbolist Photography.; History of Photography. Length: 1:27:50. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43; see digital file: 198204_110128-388
11/26/1973 1
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Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Feb. 13, 1976. Siegel talks mainly about the artistic influences on the photo secessionists, including Japanese and Chinese prints and western painting. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; KĠsebier, Gertrude.; Whistler, James McAbbot.; Monet, Claude.; Harmenszoon van Rijn, Rembrant.; Steichen, Edward.; Hobbema, Meindert.; Steiglitz, Alfred.; Rousseau, Theodore.; Jacques, Charles.; Museum of Modern Art.; Art Institute of Chicago.; Van Gogh, Vincent.; Klimt, Gustav.; Degas, Edgar.; Ruscha, Ed.; Coburn, Alvin Langdon.; Day, F. Holland.; Evans, Frederick.; Berg, Charles I.; Levy, Max.; Fuchs, W.; Cameron, Margaret Judy.; Ray, Guido.; Camerawork.; Kiley, Joseph.; Herzog, Bennedict.; Dyer, William.; Schutz, Eva Watson.; Japan.; China.; United States of America.; England.; France.; Cathedral of Notre Dame.; Photography.; Photo Secessionists.; Japanese Prints.; Western Painting.; "Eastern" Prints.; Impressionism.; History of Photography.; Lithography.; Collage.; Mannerism. Length: 1:52:51. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43; see digital file: 198204_110128-389
02/13/1976 1
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Fred Holland Day, Lewis Carroll, Clementina Howarden, Anne Brigman, Frederick H. Evans, Robert Demachy, Coburn, James Annan, Käsebier. (AIC #21)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - 1976. Siegel talks about the work of F. Holland Day. Lecture is titled "Dressing Up, Dressing Down." The last half of the lecture is dedicated to looking at students' slides. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Hampshire College.; Day, Fred Holland.; Coburn, Alvin Langdon.; Demachy, Robert.; Eugene, Frank.; Evans, Frederick.; Henneberg, Hugo.; Käsebier, Gertrude.; Kiley, Joseph.; Kuhn, Heinrich.; LaBegue, Rene.; Schutze, Eva Watson.; Siley, George.; Steichen, Edward.; Stiglitz, Alfred.; White, Clarence.; Watzek, Hans.; Boughton, Alice.; Buehrmann, Elizabeth.; Clark, Rose.; Wade, Elizabeth.; Wellesley College Museum.; Royal Photographic Society.; Norwood Historical Society.; George Eastman House.; Metropolitan Museum of Art.; Chicago Art Institute.; University of Illinois at Urbana.; International Museum of Photography.; Louisville Archives.; Gernsheim Collection.; The Light Gallery.; Calllahan, Harry.; Siskind, Aaron.; Chrysler Camera Club.; Webb, Todd.; Berenson, Bernard.; Kram, Richard.; Beardsley, Aubrey.; Wilde, Oscar.; Butler Yeats, John.; Keats, John.; St. Augustine.; Moholy-Nagy, Laszlo.; Freud, Sigmund.; Harvard Universtiy.; Reni, Guido.; Whistler, John McAbott.; White, Minor.;Bonaparte, Napoleon.; Carroll, Lewis.; Briggman, Annie.; Eickemeyer, Rudolf.; Weston, Edward.; Amherst (MA).; Chicago (IL).; Urbana (IL.).; Rochester (NY).; New York (NY).; Italy.; Germany.; Photography.; Photo Secessionists.; 20th Century Art.; The Decadents.; Industrial Revolution.; Costumes.; Christianity.; Sexuality.; Rationalism and Mysticism.; Greek Culture.; Homosexuality.; Passion Plays.; Christian Painting.; Slide Making. Length: 2:05:57. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43; see digital file: 198204_110128-390
02/20/1976 1
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Untitled. (AIC #22)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Mar. 5, 1976. Siegel talks about scientific photography, studies of motion, and motion picture technology at the turn of the 20th century. During the last segment Siegel evaluates students' slides. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; LaBegue, Rene.; Lartigue, Jacque Henri.; Whistler, John.; The Albright Gallery.; The Linked Ring.; The Royal Photographic Society.; Brady, Mathew.; Kinsey, Darius.; Eakins, Thomas.; Ruscha, Ed.; Becher, Hilla & Bernd.; Hoffman, Marjorie.; Muybridge, Eadweard.; Black, Alexander.; Eastman, George.; Goodwin, Hannibal.; Anschutz, Ottomar.; Lumiere Brothers.; Thomas Edison.; Melies, Georges.; New York (NY).; Creede (CO).; Chicago (IL).; Photography.; Scientific Photography.; Photo Secessionists; Daguerreotypography.; Documentary Photography.; Persistence of Vision.; Animation Devices.; Picture Stories.; Motion Pictures.; Pornography.; Bauhaus. Length: 1:53:55. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43; see digital file: 198204_110128-391
03/05/1976 1
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Jacques Henri Lartigue. (AIC #24)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Mar 12, 1976. Siegel continues a previous lecture about photography and motion and the increased collectibility of photographs around the turn of the century. There is a particular focus on Jacques Henri Lartigue. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Stieglitz, Alfred.; Lartigue, Jacques Henri.; Badet, Regina.;Lenglen, Suzanne.; Picasso, Pablo.; France.; Spain.; Marseille (France).; Chicago (IL).; Paris (France).; Photography.; Futurism.; Photo Secessionists.; Scientific Photography.; Time.; Motion Photography.; Sexuality.; World War I.; World War II.; Fashion. Length: 1:40:40. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43; see digital file: 198204_110128-392
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Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Feb. 11, 1974. Siegel talks about the work of Eugene Atget. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Lartigue, Jacques Henri.; Atget, Eugene.; Abbott, Bernice.; Adams, Ansel.; Samaras, Lucus.; Holland Day, F.; Shattuck, Roger.; Strand, Paul.; Trottenberg, Arthur.; Abbott, Beatrice.; George Eastman House.; Wertmuller, Lina.; Paris (France).; Detroit (MI).; Chicago (IL).; Versailles.; Photography.; Photo Secessionists.; Documentary Photography.; La Belle Epoch.; Prostitution.; Architecture Photography. Length: 1:39:20. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43; see digital file: 198204_110128-393
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Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Feb. 11, 1974. Siegel talks about the work of Eugene Atget. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Stieglitz, Alfred.; Stone, Benjamin.; Martin, Paul.; O'Keeffe , Georgia.; Atget, Eugene.; The Surrealist Magazine.; George Eastman House.; Museum of Modern Art.; Abott, Beatrice.; Bertillon, Alphonse.; Evans, Walker.; Marville, Charles.; Nickel, Richard.; Art Institute of Chicago.; Chicago Institute of Design.; Siskind, Aaron.; Callahan, Harry.; Sommers, Frederick.; Ernst, Max.; Rauschenberg, Robert.; Stein, Gertrude.; Toklas, Alice B.; Newman, Arnold.; Jung, Carl.; Freud, Sigmund.; Paris (France).; Germany.; Chicago (IL).; New York (NY).; Nice (France).; Holland.; Denmark.; Notre Dame Cathedral.; Versailles.; Photography.; Photo Journalism.; Documentary Photography.; Architecture Photography.; Symbolist Painting.; The Decadents.; Photo Secessionists.; Prostitution.; Dream Interpretation. Length: 2:00:30. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43; see digital file: 198204_110128-394
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John Thompson, Bernardo, Paul Martin. (AIC #26)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Dec 5, 1975. Siegel talks about the social uses of photography around the turn of the 20th century. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Thomson, John.; Lesy, Michael.; Agee, James.; Evans, Walker.; Barnardo, Thomas John.; Cameron, Margaret Judy.; Martin, Paul.; London (England).; China.; Cambodia.; Chicago (IL).; Paris (France).; Berlin (Germany).; Canada.; Photography.; Social Photography.; Propaganda.; Documentary Photography. Criminal Photography.; Daguerreotypography.; Industrialization, Urbanization.; Mass Media.; Literacy.; Lithography.; Poverty.; Street Photography. Length: 1:19:58. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43; see digital file: 198204_110128-395
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John Thompson, Paul Martin, Sir Benjamin Stone. (AIC #28)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Feb 4, 1974. Siegel talks about the work of John Thomson and Paul Martin. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Thomson, John.; Stieglitz, Alfred.; Time Life Books.; Martin, Paul.; Stone, John Benjamin.; Atget, Eugene.; Bellocq, H.J.; Twain, Mark.; Crane, Barbara.; White, Minor.; Strand, Paul.; London (England).; China.; Cyprus.; Italy.; Photography.; Social Photography.; Poverty.; Street Photography.; Documentary Photography.; Surrealism. Length: 2:07:27. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43; see digital file: 198204_110128-396
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Jacob August Riis, Lewis Wickes Hine, Brandt. (AIC #29-B)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Documentary Photography. Siegel talks about history of photography, focusing on technical disadvantages of early photography. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Riis, Jacob.; Strand, Paul.; Steiglitz, Alfred.; Stryker, Roy.; Bergman, Ingmar.;Cartier-Bresson, Henri.; Brandt, Bill.; New York (NY).; Chicago (Ill.); River Point (RI); London, England.; Photography.; Social Photography.; History of Photography.; poverty, Photo Journalism.; Exploitation. Length: 2:02:30. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43; see digital file: 198204_110128-397
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Jacob August Riis / Lewis Wickes Hine. (AIC #29 and #30)
Arthur Siegel lecutre on the history of photography - Social Commentary in Photography. Siegel talks about the picturesque family album versus class albums of Riis and Hine. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.;Riis, Jacob.; Hine, Lewis.; Lartigue, Jacques Henri.; Allen Sr., Alexander.; Chicago (Ill.).; England.; Photography.; Social Commentary.; Propaganda.; Family Albums.; Photographic Technique. Length: 1:58:56. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43; see digital file: 198204_110128-398
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László Moholy-Nagy and 1920s Photography. (AIC #31)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Photography in the 1920s. Siegel talks about the visual revolution after WWI, including Cubism and Surrealism. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Einstein, Albert.; Freud, Sigmund.; Marx, Karl.; Darwin, Charles.; Peterhans, Walter.; Moholy-Nagy, Laszlo.; Ernst, Max.; Weston, Brett.; Chicago (Ill.); Art Photography.; 1920s.; Cubism.; Surrealism.; Evolution.; Bauhaus.; Photo Secessionists.; Constructivism. Length: 1:33:08. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43; see digital file: 198204_110128-417
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László Moholy-Nagy. (AIC #32-B)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Feb. 24, 1974. Siegel talks about movement and time in photography. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Moholy-Nagy, Laszlo.; Steiglitz, Alfred.; White,Minor.; Man Ray.; Hoch, Hannah, Citrone, Paul.; Lang, Fritz, Von Sternberg, Erich.; Klee, Paul.; Chicago (Ill.); Monadnock Building.; Photography.; Movement.; Constructivism.; Space in Photography.; Photomontage. Length: 1:48:38. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43; see digital file: 198204_110128-418
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László Moholy-Nagy / Werner Graff. (AIC #32-A and 33)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - April 23, 1976. Siegel talks about the Arthur Siegel classroom lecture on Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Steiglitz, Alfred.; Feininger, Andreas.; Chicago (Ill.); History of Photography.; Photomontage.; Repetition.; Light in Photography. Length: 1:25:58. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43; see digital file: 198204_110128-419
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Man Ray. (AIC #34-B)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - March 4, 1974. Siegel talks about Man Ray and his photography and photograms. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Man Ray.; Le Courbusier.; Degas, Edgar.; Picasso, Pablo.; Vollard, Ambroise.; Stein, Gertrude.; Toklas, Alice B.; Chicago (Ill.); Photography.; Art History.; Photograms.; Surrealism.; Collage. Length: 2:06:33. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43; see digital file: 198204_110128-420
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Man Ray. (AIC #34 and 35)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - April 30, 1976. Siegel defends his harsh methods to disgruntled students. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Man Ray.; Schaad, Christian.; Moholy-Nagy, Laszlo.; Chicago (Ill.); Photography.; Art Education.; Forms.; Image Manipulation.; Airbrush.; Photograms. Length: 1:46:33. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43; see digital file: 198204_110128-421
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Albert Renger-Patzsch. (AIC #35-B)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Apr. 8, 1974. Siegel talks about photography in the 1920s, especially use of light and shadow. Examines its relation to contemporary photography. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.;Cartier-Bresson, Henri.; Renger-Patzsche, Albert.; Man Ray.; Moholy-Nagy, Laszlo.; Van der Rohe, Mies.; Steichen, Edward.; Chicago (Ill.).; Hollywood (Calif.).; Europe.; Photography.; 1920s.; Leica Photography.; Cubism.; Drawing.; Montage.; Hollywood. Length: 1:45:59. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43; see digital file: 198204_110128-422
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Francis Bruguière, F. Drtikol, Helmar Lerski. (AIC #36)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - May 7, 1976. Siegel talks about post WWI Germany, and illusion between light and object. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Gross, George.; Bruguiere, Francis.; Newhall, Beaumont.; Chicago (Ill.).; Russia.; Germany.; Photography.; Judaism.; 1920s.; Futurism.; Political Art.; Photo Secessionism. Length: 1:42:06. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43; see digital file: 198204_110128-423
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Francis Bruguière (AIC #36-B)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Mar. 25. Siegel talks about the use of light in still pictures and light manipulation in motion pictures. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Steichen, Edward.; Bruguiere, Francis.; Lerski, Helmar.; Keplar, Victor.; Sommers, Fred.; Ernst, Max.; Chicago (Ill.).; San Fransisco (Calif.); Photography.; Light.; Photo Secessionism.; 1920s.; Photographic Illustration.; Films. Length: 1:57:11. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43; see digital file: 198204_110128-424
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Andre Kertesz, German Photo Journalism. (AIC #37 pt. 1)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - 9/10/1976 - Photojournalism and Symbolic Portraiture. Siegel talks about photojournalism and symbolic portraits. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Kertesz, Andre.; Kandinsky, Wassily.; Mondrian, Piet.; Calder, Alexander.; Chicago (Ill.).; Germany.; Hungary.; Photography.; Photo Sesessionist.; Photojournalism.; Symbolism. Length: 1:38:51. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43; see digital file: 198204_110128-425
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Erich Salomon, Paul Wolff, German Photo Journalism. (AIC #37 pt. 2)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Sept. 17, 1976. Siegel talks about techniques of Eric Solomon and depth of field and depth of focus. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Salomon, Erich.; Newman, Arnold.; Burnham, Daniel H.; Hearst, William Randolf.; Wolf, Dr. Paul.; Chicago (Ill.); Photography.; Anecdotal Photography.; Camera History.; Photographic Techniques.; Pictorialism. Length: 1:26:39. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43; see digital file: 198204_110128-426
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Andre Kertesz, Brassaï, Bernice Abbott, German Photo Journalism. (AIC #37-C)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Apr. 22, 1974. Siegel talks about 1920s photojournalism of Kertesz and how it is informed by Surrealism. Compares to Brassaï and Bill Brandt. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Brassaï.; Eisenstaedt, Alfred.; Kertesz, Andre.; Duchamp, Marcel.; Cartier-Bresson, Henri.; Man Ray.; Brandt, Bill.; Picasso, Pablo.; Chicago (Ill.).; Paris, France.; Documentary Photography.; Surrealism.; Cubism.; Dadaism. Length: 2:08:49. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43; see digital file: 198204_110128-427
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Erich Salomon, Paul Wolff, Henri Cartier-Bresson, German Photo Journalism. (AIC #37-C)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Erich Salomon and Candid Photography. Siegel talks about Erich Salomon and his candid photography methods. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; McAvoy, Thomas.; Winogrand, Garry.; Salomon, Erich.; Cartier-Bresson, Henri.; Chicago (Ill.); Photography.; Photo journalism.; Candid Photography.; Photographic Technique.; Leica Camera. Length: 1:59:50. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43; see digital file: 198204_110128-428
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Bill Brant (AIC #38 pt. 1)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Sept. 24, 1976. Siegel talks about Arthur Siegel classroom lecture on Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Man Ray.; Abbott, Bernice.; Brandt, Bill.; Chicago (Ill.).; Paris, France.; England.; Photography.; Surrealism.; Sculpture.; Social Class.; Poverty. Length: 1:33:19. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43; see digital file: 198204_110128-429
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Brassaï (AIC #38 pt. 2)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Brassaï and Social Documentation. Siegel talks about the cultural and social differences in France and Brassaï documenting it in photography. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Brassaï.; Arbus, Diane.; Chicago (Ill.).; France.; Photography.; France.; Cultural Differences.; Race.; Advertising Photography. Length: 27:53. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43; see digital file: 198204_110128-430
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Bill Brant, Brassaï (AIC #38 pt. 3)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Typology and Culture in Photography. Siegel talks about mixed media in culture and art. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Martin, Paul.; Steiglitz, Alfred.; Craig, Gordon.; Steichen, Edward.; Duncan, Isadora.; Arbus, Diane.; Chicago (Ill.); Photography.; Culture.; Mixed Media.; Visual Devices.; Flash Bulbs. Length: 2:07:00. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43; see digital file: 198204_110128-431
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Berenice Abbott. (AIC #39)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Oct. 1, 1976. Siegel talks about Man Ray's students, in particular Bernice Abbott. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Abbott, Bernice.; Man Ray.; McAuslin, Elizabeth.; Chicago (Ill.).; New York.; Photography.; 1930s.; WPA.; Cityscapes.; Photographic Technique. Length: 1:38:30. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43; see digital file: 198204_110128-432
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Henri Cartier-Bresson. (AIC #40)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Oct. 8, 1976. Siegel talks about photojournalism with the Leica camera in the early 20th century, focusing on Cartier-Bresson. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Lhote, Andre.; Cartier-Bresson, Henri.; Hine, Louie.; Callahan, Harry.; Chicago (Ill.).; France.; Photojournalism.; Documentary Photography.; Time as Subject.; States of Mind. Length: 1:50:18. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43; see digital file: 198204_110128-433
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Edward Steichen. (AIC #41)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Portraiture of Edward Steichen. Siegel talks about Edward Steichen and portraiture and fashion photography. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Steichen, Edward.; Shaw, George Bernard.; Steiglitz, Alfred.; White, Stanford.; Nesbitt, Evelyn.; Chicago (Ill.); History of Photography.; Fashion Photography.; Portraiture.; Nudes. Length: 1:37:51. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43; see digital file: 198204_110128-434
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Edward Steichen, H. Lerski. (AIC #41B)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Mar. 18, 1974. Siegel talks about Steichen and Lursky photography in the 1920s. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Moholy-Nagy, Laszlo.; Steichen, Edward.; Lursky, Helmar.; Keplar, Victor.; Lazar, Arthur.; Magritte, Rene.; Chicago (Ill.).; Germany.; Israel.; France.; Photography.; 1920s.; Illustrative Photography.; Culture.; Portraiture. Length: 2:01:25. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43; see digital file: 198204_110128-435
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August Sander. (AIC #43)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - August Sander. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Sander, August.; Linnaeus, Carl.; Strand, Paul.; Arbus, Diane.; Chicago (Ill.).; Germany.; Photography.; Portraiture.; Nazi Germany.; Landscape Photography.; Classification.; Composition. Length: 1:37:11. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43; see digital file: 198204_110128-436
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August Sander. (AIC #43-B)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - May 6, 1974. Siegel talks about cultural differences exhibited in photography. WWII and August Sander. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Sander, August.; Strand, Paul.; Southworth and Hawes.; Einstein, Albert.; Chicago (Ill.).; Germany.; Photography.; Style.; Form.; Taxonomy.; Portraiture.; Culture.; German Culture. Length: 2:04:38. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43; see digital file: 198204_110128-437
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Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Nov. 5, 1976. Siegel talks about photography of Walker Evans. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Evans, Walker.; Crane, Hart.; Steiglitz, Alfred.; Beals, Carleton.; Agee, James.; Steichen, Edward.; Chicago (Ill.).; Kenilworth (Ill.).; New York.; Paris, France.; MOMA New York.; Photography.; Literature.; Cubism.; Repetition in Imagery. Length: 2:05:40. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43; see digital file: 198204_110128-438
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Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Walker Evans and the Great Depression. Siegel talks about Walker Evans manipulation of images, and Farm Security Administration photography of poor. At 1:14 Opera begins. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Evans, Walker.; Tugwell, Rex.; Stryker, Roy.; Lang, Dorothea.; Chicago (Ill.); Photography.; Documentary Photography.; Composition.; Truth.; Image Manipulation. Length: 2:06:31. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43; see digital file: 198204_110128-440
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Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Nov. 4, 1976. Siegel talks about Walker Evans as a formalist photographer turned documentarist. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Evans, Walker.; Agee, James.; Winogrand, Garry.; Friedlander, Lee.; Chicago (Ill.); Photography.; Social Photography.; Great Depression.; Documentary Photography. Length: 2:08:47. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43; see digital file: 198204_110128-439
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Walker Evans. (AIC #45-C)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Introductory Class, Documentary Photography. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Weston, Edward.; Siskind, Aaron.; Callahan, Harry.; Evans, Walker.; Chicago (Ill.); Photography.; Photography Education.; Photographic Technique.; Proximity of Objects. Length: 1:53:12. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43; see digital file: 198204_110128-441
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Walker Evans. (AIC #45-D)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Walker Evans Life and Work. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Evans, Walker.; Beach, Sylvia.; Westin, Edward.; Steiglitz, Alfred.; Breton, Andre.; Chicago (Ill.).; St. Louis (Mo.).; Kenilworth (Ill.).; New York.; Paris, France.; Photography.; Dark Rooms.; Photographic Technique.; 1920s. Length: 1:47:55. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43; see digital file: 198204_110128-442
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Walker Evans. (AIC #45-E)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Walker Evans Life and Work duplicate. See AIC #45-D. Length: 1:47:55. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43; see digital file: 198204_110128-443
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Walker Evans. (AIC #45-F1)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Walker Evans' early work. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Evans, Walker.; Beach, Sylvia.; Leger, Ferdinand.; Moholy-Nagy, Laszlo.; Picasso, Pablo.; Crane, Hart.; Steichen, Edward.; Chicago (Ill.).; Europe.; New York (NY).; Photography.; Ambiguity.; Light.; Scale.; Manipulation of Imagery.; 20th Century.; Cubism.; Surrealism. Length: 2:00:30. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43; see digital file: 198204_110128-444
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Walker Evans. (AIC #45-F2)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Walker Evans' Symbolic Imagery. Siegel talks about Walker's use of symbolism. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Evans, Walker.; Friedlander, Lee.; Chicago (Ill.).; American South.; Photography.; Race.; Imagery.; Reproduction of Image.; Repetition. Length: 15:58. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43; see digital file: 198204_110128-445
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Ben Shahn and other FSA photographers. (AIC #46-A)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Great Depression and Farm Security Administration. Siegel talks about Farm Security Administration and Great Depression effect on documentary photography. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Evans, Walker.; Shahn, Ben.; Mydans, Carl.; Rothstein, Arthur.; Woolcott, Marion Post.; Collins, Marjorie.; Stryker, Roy.; Chicago (Ill.).; New York.; Photography.; Farm Security Administration.; Subject Matter Characteristics. Length: 2:05:56. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43; see digital file: 198204_110128-446
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Ben Shahn and other FSA photographers. (AIC #46-B)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Sept. 13, 1974. Siegel talks about lesser known Farm Security Administration photographers, mainly Ben Shahn. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Lang, Dorothea.; Lee, Russell.;Vachon, John.; Stryker, Ron.; Rothstein, Arthur.; Chicago (Ill.); Photography.; Farm Security Administration.; Documentary Photography.; Great Depression. Length: 2:06:43. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43; see digital file: 198204_110128-447
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Dorothea Lange. (AIC #47)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - 1976. Siegel talks about on Farm Security Administration, particularly Dorothea Lang. Also, harpsichord music for the last 20 mins. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Lang, Dorothea.; Lee, Russell.;Vachon, John.; Stryker, Ron.; Rothstein, Arthur.; Chicago (Ill.); Photography.; Farm Security Administration.; Documentary Photography.; Great Depression. Length: 2:06:43. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43; see digital file: 198204_110128-448
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Dorothea Lange. (AIC #48)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Sept. 20, 1974. Siegel talks about Dorothea Lang and the Farm Security Administration. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Adams, Ansel.; Lang, Dorothea.; Evans, Walker.; Lee, Russell.; Westin, Edward.; Chicago (Ill.).; Boston (Mass.).; Amsterdam, Netherlands.; Photography.; Farm Security Administration.; Documentary Photography.; Time in Photography.; Photographic Technique. Length: 2:08:19. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43; see digital file: 198204_110128-449
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Collage, Montage, and Assemblage. (AIC #50-A)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - May 4, 1974. Siegel talks about collage, montage, and assemblage. At 1:38, music begins. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Krims, Leslie.; Callahan, Harry.; Penn, Irving.; Hyde, Scott.; Chicago (Ill.); Photography.; Collage,; Montage.; Assemblage.; Spirit Photography. Length: 2:07:34. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43; see digital file: 198204_110128-450
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The Surrealists. (AIC #50-B)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Feb. 18, 1974. Siegel talks about events between 1890-1925 that created visual revolution. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Robinson, Henry Peach.; Disderi, Andre-Adolphe-Eugene.; Toulouse-Lautrec, Henri.; Guibert, Maurice.; Baker, Josephine.; Eastman, George.; Chicago (Ill.).; France.; Photography.; Late 19th Century.; Early 20th Century.; Collage.; Perspective. Length: 2:06:27. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43; see digital file: 198204_110128-451
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Collage, Montage, Assemblage, Walter Peterhans, Heartfield. (AIC #51)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Photomontage and Feb. 11, 1977. Siegel talks about photo montage, and multple exposure especially in Hollywood photo stills.Classical music in the middle and then another lecture on John Heartfeld. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Connell, Will.; Stieglitz, Alfred.; Steichen, Edward.; Barrymore, John.; Chaplin, Charlie.; Callahan, Harry.; Delauney, Sonia.; Heartfeld, John.; Chicago (Ill.); Photography.; Montage.; Film Photography.; Censorship.; Hayes Office.; Light and Shadow.; Abstraction.; Futurism.; Nazism. Length: 2:03:58. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43; see digital file: 198204_110128-452
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Alfred Stieglitz. (AIC #54 - part 1 of 2)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Feb. 25, 1977 (part 1 of 2). Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Stieglitz, Alfred.; Vogel, Hermann W.; Chicago (Ill.).; Germany.; New York (NY); Photography.; Genre Photography.; Photographic Cropping.; Composition. Length: 2:07:26. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-453
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Alfred Stieglitz. (AIC #55 - part 2 of 2)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Feb. 25, 1977 (part 2 of 2). Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Stieglitz, Alfred.; O'Keefe, Georgia.; Frank, Waldo.; Anderson, Sherwood.; Strand, Paul.; Adams, Ansel.; Norman, Dorothy.; Chicago (Ill.).; Lake George (NY); Photography.; Style.; Obsession.; Pictorialism.; Solarization.; Tones in Photography. Length: 1:17:57. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 44; see digital file: 198204_110128-454
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Alfred Stieglitz. (AIC #55 - C (C & D))
Arthur Siegel classroom lecture on Alfred Stieglitz and photosecessionists, breaking new ground by pushing the boundaries of photographing in various lights and weather conditions. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Stieglitz, Alfred.; Siskind, Aaron.; Vogel, Hermann.; Chicago (Ill.).; Germany.; New York (NY).; Paris, France.; Photography.; Photo Secessionists.; Engraving.; Etching.; Photographic Composition.; Creative Process. Length: 2:03:36. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 44; see digital file: 198204_110128-455
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Alfred Stieglitz. (AIC #55 - D (C & D))
Arthur Siegel classroom lecture on the symbolism, particularly sexuality, used by Stieglitz. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Stieglitz, Alfred.; O'Keefe, Georgia.; Norman, Dorothy.; White, Minor.; Lrusky, Helmar.; Block, Ernest.; Callahan, Harry.; Chicago (Ill.); Photography.; Symbolism.; Portraiture.; Sexual Symbols.; Equivalents. Length: 59:54. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 44; see digital file: 198204_110128-456
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Alfred Stieglitz. (AIC #55 - E (1 of 2))
Arthur Siegel on the history of photography, first lecture in a series at the Museum of Contemporary Art concerning photography's connection and interaction with the other arts, and Stieglitz's role. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Holland, Helen.; Stieglitz, Alfred.; Siskind, Aaron.; Lippe, Melvin K.; Sachs, Sam.; Laughlin, Clarence John.; Norman, Dorothy.; Chicago (Ill.).; Venice, Italy.; Paris, France.; Lake George (NY); Photography.; History of Photography.; Pictorialism.; Photo Secessionists.; Modern Art.; Equivalents. Length: 2:01:01. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 44; see digital file: 198204_110128-457
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Alfred Stieglitz. (AIC #55 - F (2 of 2))
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography, continued; on Alfred Stieglitz and his subtlety and pre-visualization. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Stieglitz, Alfred.; Callahan, Harry.; Rose, Barbara.; Moholy-Nagy, Laszlo.; Chicago (Ill.); Photography.; Modern Art.; Equivalents.; Symbolism. Length: 21:56. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 44; see digital file: 198204_110128-458
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(Photo-Secession) James Craig Annan, Keighley, Demachy, Puyo, Eugene, Kühn, etc. (AIC #57)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Relationship between Photography and Painting. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Stieglitz, Alfred.; Crane, Barbara.; Annan, J. Craig.; Annan, Thomas.; Van Gogh, Vincent.; Monet, Claude.; Chicago (Ill.); Photography.; Photo Journalism.; Picture Story.; Industrialization. Length: 1:44:32. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-459
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Mathew Brady. (AIC #66)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Oct. 27, 1977. Siegel talks about portraiture and symbolism. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Nadar.; Salomon, Erich.; Hill and Adamson.; Brady, Mathew B.; Chicago (Ill.).; France.; Photography.; Portraiture.; Symbolism.; Composition.; Photographic Models.; Gender in Photography.; Tintypes.; Ambrotypes.; Daguerreotypes.; Class Distinction in Photography. Length: 1:48:26. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-460
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Effect of scientific photography of 19th-century on 20th-century art. (AIC #69)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Museum of Contemporary Art series. Siegel talks about the beginnings of abstraction and the connection of the European tradition and American photography. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Moholy-Nagy, Laszlo.; Siskind, Aaron.; Joachim, Harold.; Breton, Andre.; Freud, Sigmund.; Chicago (Ill.); Photography.; Farm Security Administration.; European Tradition.; American Photography.; Symbolism. Length: 1:49:47. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-461
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Paul Strand. (AIC #76 - 1A)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Mar. 18, 1977. Siegel talks about Paul Strand and his way of seeing. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Strand, Paul.; Hind, Lewis.; Stieglitz, Alfred.; Leger, Ferdinand.; Chicago (Ill.).; New Mexico.; Photography.; Modern Art.; Pictorialism.; Abstraction.; Rhythm.; Repetition.; Cubism. Length: 1:32:56. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-462
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Paul Strand. (AIC #76 - 1B)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Apr. 29, 1974. Siegel talks about Minor White and Paul Strand; symbolism and mysticism. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; White, Minor.; Strand, Paul.; Joachim, Harold.; Duchamp, Marcel.; Baudelaire, Honore.; Freud, Sigmund.; Adams, Ansel.; Hind, Lewis.; Stieglitz, Alfred.; Chicago (Ill.); Photography.; Mysticism.; Psychology.; Symbolists.; Equivalents. Length: 2:08:34. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 44; see digital file: 198204_110128-463
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Paul Strand. (AIC #77 - 2A)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Apr. 1, 1977. Siegel talks about Paul Strand's later career. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Strand, Paul.; Stieglitz, Alfred.; Chicago (Ill.); Photography.; Cubism.; Pictorialism.; Equivalents.; Portraiture.; Machines. Length: 1:22:32. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-464
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Paul Strand. (AIC #77 - 2B)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Apr. 29 (Second part of Paul Strand). Siegel highlights Strand's straight images. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Strand, Paul.; Siskind, Aaron.; Abbott, Bernice.; Cezanne, Paul.; Weston, Edward.; Chicago (Ill.); Photography.; Documentarianism.; Symbolism.; Photo Secessionists.; Cubism. Length: 46:25. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 44; see digital file: 198204_110128-465
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Les Krims and more. (AIC #78C)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Leslie Krims as guest speaker 1. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Krims, Leslie.; Coleman, A. D.; Chicago (Ill.).; Buffalo (NY).; Photography.; Imagery.; Creative Process.; Conceptual Photography.; 1960s.; 1970s. Length: 1:28:08. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-466
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Les Krims and more. (AIC #78)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Leslie Krims as guest speaker 2. Leslie Krims lecture on his "Deerslayers" series, "Incredible Case of the Stack Wheat Murders" and his "Little People" series', and "piss portraits". Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Krims, Leslie.; Thornton, Gene.; Siskind, Aaron.; Callahan, Harry.; Chicago (Ill.).; New York.; Photography.; Imagery.; Reaction.; Truth.; Art Critics.; Polaroid. Length: 1:58:07. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 44; see digital file: 198204_110128-467
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Les Krims and more. (AIC #78B)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Jan. 31, 1975. Lecture on circus pictures and the photographer's intrinsic style. Addresses exploitation of circus freaks. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Newhall, Beaumont.; Gernsheim, Helmut.; Pollock, Peter.; Lartigue, Jacques Henri.; Weston, Edward.; Krims, Leslie.; Chicago (Ill.); Photography.; Higher Education.; Truth.; Portraiture.; Exploitation.; Hipocracy.; WWII.; Animal Rights.; Political Views. Length: 2:04:39. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 44; see digital file: 198204_110128-468
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Diane Arbus, Garry Winogrand, Todd Papageorge. (AIC #79)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Diane Arbus. Siegel talks about Diane Arbus' photography of marginalized individuals. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Arbus, Diane.; Strand, Paul.; Hind, Lewis.; Nemerov, Howard.; Model, Lisette.; Isreal, Marvin.; Chicago (Ill.).; New York (NY).; Photography.; Exploitation.; Disabilities.; Distortions.; Imagery.; Truth.; Portraiture. Length: 1:07:14. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-469
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Arnold Newman. (AIC #81)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Feb. 21. Siegel talks about the relationship between the photographer and the subject, and the nature of art materials, mainly Arnold Newman. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Bernhard, Ruth.; White, Minor.; Hepburn, Katherine.; Siskind, Aaron.; Adams, Ansel.; Peterhans, Walter.; Chicago (Ill.); Photography.; Mysticism.; Mandalas.; Abstract Expressionism.; Pictorialsm.; Photo Secessionism. Length: 2:08:47. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-470
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Variations on a theme, repetition, symmetry, modules. (AIC #82)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Apr. 4, 1975. Siegel talks about patterns and repetition in photography as a mystical theme. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Bernhard, Ruth.; White, Minor.; Hepburn, Katherine.; Siskind, Aaron.; Adams, Ansel.; Peterhans, Walter.; Chicago (Ill.); Photography.; Mysticism.; Mandalas.; Abstract Expressionism.; Pictorialsm.; Photo Secessionism. Length: 2:08:47. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-471
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Francis Frith. (AIC #83)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Francis Frith. Siegel talks about Francis Frith, 19th Century photographer who photographed in the Middle East and India. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Frith, Francis.; Beato, Felice.; Rejlander, Oscar.; Nadar.; Carroll, Lewis (Dodgson, Charles).; Chicago (Ill.).; Middle East.; Jerusalem.; Egypt.; China.; Photography.; 19th Century.; Collodion Process Photography.; Travel Photography.; Pornography.; Pre-Raphealites. Length: 2:08:31. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-472
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Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Museum of Contemporary Art final lecture. Final lecture by Arthur Siegel at the Museum of Contemporary Art on Weegee. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Holland, Helen.; Sachs, Sam.; Weegee (Fellig, Arthur).; Sommer, Fred.; Blumenfeld, Erwin.; Arbus, Diane.; Chicago (Ill.).; New York (NY).; History of Photography.; 1920s.; Realism.; Photo Journalism.; Nudism.; Prostitution.; Transvestites. Length: 1:44:29. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-473
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Weegee, Arbus, Frank, Winogrand, Lisette Model. (AIC #84B)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Apr. 29, 1977. Siegel talks about Weegee (Arthur Fellig) and his gritty news photography, and Diane Arbus and her photographs of marginalized individuals. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Weegee (Fellig, Arthur).; Brassai.; Daumier, Honore.; Blumenfeld, Erwin.; Hine, Lewis.; Arbus, Diane.; Winograd, Garry.; Chicago (Ill.).; New York (NY).; History of Photography.; Realism.; Photo Journalism.; Prostitution.; Transvestites.; Exploitation.; Marginalized Individuals. Length: 1:53:04. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-474
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Weegee, Arbus, Frank, Winogrand, Lisette Model. (AIC #84C)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Oct. 18, 1974. Siegel talks about photo journalism and "street types". Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Thompson, John.; Riis, Jacob.; Hine, Lewis.; Model, Lisette.; Brassai.; Brandt, Bill.; Weegee.; Chicago (Ill.).; London, England.; Hungary.; Germany.; Photography.; Photo Journalism.; Documentary Photography.; Exploitation.; Poverty.; Street Types. Length: 2:07:46. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 44; see digital file: 198204_110128-475
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Brett Weston (and Dorothea Lange?). (AIC #85)
Arthur Slegel lecture on the history of photography - Brett Weston and Dorothea Lang. Siegel talks about Brett Weston. At 23 minutes another lecture begins about Dorothea Lang. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Weston, Edward.; Weston, Brett.; Lang, Dorothea.; Chicago (Ill.); Photography.; Still Life.; Motif.; Family Dynamics.; Nudes.; 1920s. Length: 1:00:15. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-476
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Robert Frank. (AIC #86A - part 1 & 2)
Arthur Slegel lecture on the history of photography - May 1, 1974. Siegel discussion with students about their own work, and a lecture on Robert Frank. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Frank, Robert.; Weegee.; Adams, Ansel.; Chicago (Ill.); Photography.; Design.; Photographic Technique.; Surrealism. Length: 2:05:28. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-477
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Robert Frank. (AIC #86B - part 3 & 4)
Arthur Slegel lecture on the history of photography - Nov. 8, 1974. Siegel talks about Edward Weston and Robert Frank. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Weston, Edward.; Frank, Robert.; Michals, Duane.; Winogrand, Garry.; Chicago (Ill.).; Switzerland.; New York.; England.; Photography.; Surrealism.; Isolation.; Pictoialism.; Visual Ambiguity. Length: 2:05:04. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 44; see digital file: 198204_110128-478
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Tina Modotti, Bret Weston. (AIC #90)
Arthur Slegel lecture on the history of photography - Oct. 11, 1974. Siegel talks about fashion photography and critique of student slides. Short lecture on Tina Modotti. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Weston, Edward.; Modotti, Tina.; Sheeler, Charles.; Strand, Paul.; Lyons, Nathan.; Rauschenberg, Robert.; Bullock, Wynn.; Chicago (Ill.).; Manhattan (NY).; Mexico.; Photography.; Painting.; Draughtsmanship.; Collage.; Imagery.; Family Relationships.; Poverty.; Cliches. Length: 1:55:50. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-479
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Edward Weston. (AIC #91/92 - 1)
Arthur Slegel lecture on the history of photography - Two 1977 lectures on Edward Weston. Siegel talks about Edward Weston and how his images related to other photographers and artists of his time. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Weston, Edward.; Modotti, Tina.; Sheeler, Charles.; Strand, Paul.; Lyons, Nathan.; Rauschenberg, Robert.; Bullock, Wynn.; Chicago (Ill.).; Manhattan (NY).; Mexico.; Photography.; Painting.; Draughtsmanship.; Collage.; Imagery.; Family Relationships.; Poverty.; Cliches. Length: 1:55:50. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-480
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Edward Weston. (AIC #91/92 - 2)
Arthur Slegel lecture on the history of photography - Sept. 27, 1974. Siegel talks about levels of meaning and forms of photographers, in particular Edward Weston. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Weston, Edward.; Modotti, Tina.; Shaw, Ruth.; Stieglitz, Alfred.; Moholy-Nagy, Laszlo.; Chicago (Ill.).; Highland Park (Ill.).; Mexico.; Forms of Photographer.; Imagery.; Psychology.; Family Relationships.; Sexuality. Length: 2:06:32. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 44; see digital file: 198204_110128-481
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Edward Weston. (AIC #91/92 - 3)
Arthur Slegel lecture on the history of photography - Oct. 4, 1974. Siegel talks about Edward Weston's imagery in his later career. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Weston, Edward.; Siskind, Aaron.; Callahan, Harry.; Chicago (Ill.); Photography.; Imagery.; Symbolism.; Sublimation.; Sexuality.; Death.; Mystery.; Tonality. Length: 2:02:22. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 44; see digital file: 198204_110128-482
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Edward Weston. (AIC #91/92 - 4)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Museum of Contemporary Art 3rd lecture in series. Siegel talks about Edward Weston. Lecture is 1 hour, short part of classroom lecture follows. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Holland, Helen.; Weston, Edward.; Bullock, Wynn.; Moholy-Nagy, Laszlo.; Modotti, Tina.; Chicago (Ill.).; Highland Park (Ill.).; California.; Mexico.; Photography.; Portraiture.; Photo Secessionism.; Pyschology.; Nudes.; Mysticism. Length: 1:40:23. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 44; see digital file: 198204_110128-483
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Edward Weston. (AIC #91/92 - 5)
Duplicate of AIC #91/92 - 4 (198204_110128-483). Length: 1:39:56. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 44; see digital file: 198204_110128-484
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War photography. (AIC #93)
Arthur Slegel lecture on the history of photography - Feb. 28, 1975. Siegel talks about relationship between photographers and subjects, such as Arnold Newman and Diane Arbus. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Newman, Arnold.; Arbus, Diane.; Capa, Robert.; Chicago (Ill.); Photography.; Photographic Subjects.; Relationships.; Portraiture.; War Photography.; Realism. Length: 2:02:30. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-485
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The art of photography. (AIC #95)
Arthur Slegel lecture on the history of photography - The Art of Photography. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Stone, Benjamin.; Hartmann, Sadakichi.; Stieglitz, Alfred.; Lartigue, Jacques Henri.; Wilson, Woodrow.; Arcimboldo, Giuseppi.; Rauschenberg, Robert.; White, Cedric.; Arbus, Diane.; Chicago (Ill.); Photography.; History of Photography.; Nudes.; Portraiture.; Landscape.; Symbolism.; Gender Bias. Length: 2:07:22. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-486
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Circus photographs. (AIC #97)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - 1975 (second semester first meeting). Siegel talks about images and accidents in photography. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Kidder Smith, G.E.; Belssing, Hedrich.; Korab, Balthazar.; McGrath, Peter.; Flavin, Neil.; Steichen, Edward.; Chicago (Ill.); Photography.; Architectural Photography.; Photographic Accidents.; Painting. Length: 1:53:43. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-487
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Ansel Adams. (AIC #99 - 1A)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Museum of Contemporary Art lecture. Siegel talks about landscape photography. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Jackson, William Henry.; O'Sullivan, Timothy.; Brady, Mathew.; Adams, Ansel.; Cunningham, Imogen.; Weston, Edward.; Chicago (Ill.); Photography.; Landscape.; Image Making.; Composition.; Rythym. Tonality.; Repetition. Length: 1:51:11. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-488
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Ansel Adams. (AIC #99 - 1B)
Duplicate of AIC #99 - 1A (198204_110128-488) Length: 1:49:09. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 44; see digital file: 198204_110128-489
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Ansel Adams. (AIC #99 - 1C)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Nov. 22, 1974. Siegel talks about Ansel Adams and landscape photography. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Adams, Ansel.; O'Sullivan, Timothy.; Jackson, William Henry.; Steichen, Edward.; Lang, Dorothea.; Dow, Arthur.; Chicago (Ill.).; San Fransisco (Calif.); Photography.; Conceptual Art.; Landscape Photography.; Photographic Technique.; Pictorialism.; Repetition.; Rhythm. Length: 2:08:06. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 44; see digital file: 198204_110128-490
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Ansel Adams. (AIC #99 - 1D)
Ansel Adams on American Photography (Part 2). Ansel Adams lecturing on a variety of American photographers and topics. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Adams, Ansel.; Strand, Paul.; Stieglitz, Alfred.; Abbott, Bernice.; Steichen, Edward.; Weston, Edward.; Lang, Dorothea.; Bullock, Wynn.; Chicago (Ill.).; New York.; Photography.; Composition.; Perspective.; Portraiture.; Farm Security Administration.; Impressionism. Length: 1:01:03. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 44; see digital file: 198204_110128-491
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Ansel Adams. (AIC #99 - 1E)
Ansel Adams on American Photography (Part 3). Ansel Adams lecturing on a variety of American photographers and topics. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Adams, Ansel.; Chicago (Ill.).; Photography.; Cameras.; Lighting.; Photographic Technique. Length: 9:05. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 44; see digital file: 198204_110128-492
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Ansel Adams. (AIC #99 - 1F)
Ansel Adams on American Photography (Part 1). Siegel talks about Ansel Adams lecturing on a variety of American photographers and topics including selection of photographic subjects and techniques. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Adams, Ansel.; Stieglitz, Alfred.; Evans, Walker.; Lartigue, Jacques Henri.; Chicago (Ill.).; American Southwest.; Photography.; Photographic Technique.; Light.; Rythym.; Mysticism. Length: 1:54:35. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 44; see digital file: 198204_110128-493
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Ansel Adams. (AIC #99 - 1G)
Ansel Adams on Photographic Technique. Until 31:20 Ansel Adams on photographic techniques and composition. After 31:20 classical music. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Adams, Ansel.; Chicago (Ill.).; Yosemite National Park.; Photography.; Photographic Technique.; Light.; Composition. Length: 52:18. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 44; see digital file: 198204_110128-494
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Harry Callahan. (AIC #105)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Nov. 15, 1974. Siegel talks about Harry Callahan as a photographer and educator. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Callahan, Harry.; Frank, Robert.; Webb, Todd.; Moholy-Nagy, Laszlo.; Weegee.; Steichen, Edward.; Chicago (Ill.).; Detroit (Mich.); Photography.; Camera Clubs.; Photography Education.; Shape.; Sexuality.; Symbolism. Length: 1:55:19. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-495
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Aaron Siskind. (AIC #106-A)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Dec. 6, 1974. Two short classroom lectures. The first on symbolism and universality. The second is one Aaron Siskind. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; White, Minor.; Freud, Sigmund.; Jung.; Carl.; Steichen, Edward.; Siskind, Aaron.; Goldowsky, Noah.; Chicago (Ill.); Photography.; Symbolism.; Good and Evil.; Ancient Symbols.; Mysticism.; Pyschology.; Unconscious Mind. Length: 2:04:14. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-496
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Aaron Siskind. (AIC #106-B)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Aaron Siskind. Siegel talks about Aaron Siskind's body of work. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Siskind, Aaron.; Brassai.; Albers, Josef.; Chicago (Ill.); Photography.; Imagery.; Abstract Expressionism.; Ambiguity.; Realism. Length: 18:00. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 44; see digital file: 198204_110128-497
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Aaron Siskind. (AIC #106-C)
Aaron Siskind's film presented at Northwestern Auditorium, with question and answer following. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Siskind, Aaron.; Kline, Franz.; Chicago (Ill.).; Evanston (Ill.).; New York (NY).; Photography.; Film.; Imagery.; Abstract Expressionism. Length: 2:09:22. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 44; see digital file: 198204_110128-498
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Aaron Siskind. (AIC #106-D)
Recording of Aaron Siskind film. Aaron Siskind talking about documentary photography. Long pauses. Some music mixed in. Arthur Siegel discussion with students afterward. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siskind, Aaron.; Siegel, Arthur.; Harlem (NY); Photography.; Documentary Photography.; Amateur Photography.; Great Depression.; Shapes.; Transformation. Length: 56:10. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 44; see digital file: 198204_110128-499
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Aaron Siskind. (AIC #106-E)
Arthur Siegel and Aaron Siskind conversation and critique of a student's photographs. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Siskind, Aaron.; Evans, Walker.; Shahn, Ben.; Stryker, Rod.; Crane, Barbara.; Chicago (Ill.).; New York (NY).; Paris, France.; Photography.; Audio Cassette Tapes.; Artists.; Art Students.; Photographic Technique. Length: 1:58:18. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 44; see digital file: 198204_110128-500
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Aaron Siskind. (AIC #106-F)
Aaron Siskind and Arthur Siegel on Siskind's photography. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Siskind, Aaron.; Matta, Roberto.; Chicago (Ill.); Photography.; Fantasy.; Form.; Abstraction.; Psychology.; Symbolism.; Composition.; Interior Landscapes. Length: 31:15. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 44; see digital file: 198204_110128-501
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Aaron Siskind. (AIC #106-G)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - May 13, 1977. Siegel talks about Aaron Siskind and the Photo League. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Moholy-Nagy, Laszlo.; Callahan, Harry.; Siskind, Aaron.; Coughlin, Father Charles.; Richter, Stanislaw.; Chicago (Ill.).; Harlem (NY).; Photography.; Photo League.; Communism.; Documentary Photography.; Insanity.; Abstraction.; Fascism. Length: 2:06:44. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 44; see digital file: 198204_110128-502
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Portraiture, part A, process and idea. (AIC #107)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Apr. 11. Siegel talks about portraiture and the nude as a form of portraiture. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Picasso, Pablo.; Close, Chuck.; Moholy-Nagy, Laszlo.; Ernst, Max.; Weston, Edward.; Paik, Nam June.; Chicago (Ill.).; Egypt.; Greece.; Africa.; Photography.; Portraiture.; Style.; Nudes.; History of Photography.; Art Materials.; Cave Art.; Imagery.; Ancient Art History.; Photorealism. Length: 1:36:52. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-503
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Portraiture, part B. (AIC #108)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Apr. 18, 1975. Siegel talks about portraiture in photography and its relationship to portraiture in other media. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Newman, Arnold.; Huxley, Aldous.; Davidson, Bruce.; Krims, Leslie.; Weegee.; Sander, August.; Strand, Paul.; Chicago (Ill.); Photography.; Portraiture.; Symbolism.; Semantic Relationships.; Social Class.; Documentary Photography. Length: 2:07:32. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-504
04/18/1975 1
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Portraiture, part C, traditions. (AIC #109)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Apr. 25, 1975. Siegel talks about tradition in photography and how it forms. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Lerski, Helmar.; Gowin, Emmet.; Callahan, Harry.; Webb, Todd.; Stieglitz, Alfred.; O'Keefe, Georgia.; Holbein, Hans.; Ray, Man.; Chicago (Ill.); Photography.; Portraiture.; Tradition.; Time; Place.; Mystery.; Family.; Style.; Form.; Motion. Length: 1:42:37. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-505
04/25/1975 1
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Portraiture, part D. (AIC #110, lacking slides for lecture)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - 1975. Siegel talks about portraiture, in particular portraits of photographers. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Newhall, Beaumont.; Stieglitz, Alfred.; White, Minor.; Kasebier, Gertrude.; Eugene, Frank.; Steichen, Edward.; Newman, Arnold.; Nadar.; Daumier, Honore.; O'Sullivan, Timothy.; Brady, Mathew.; Emerson, P.H.; Rodchenko, Alexander.; Moholy-Nagy, Laszlo.; Chicago (Ill.).; Brooklyn (NY).; Venice, Italy.; Photography.; Portraiture.; History of Photography.; Equivalents.; Symbolism.; Gum Bichromate Process.; Manipulation of Photographic Images.; Photo Secessionists. Length: 1:48:48. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-506
05/22/1975 1
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The nude. (AIC #111)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - May 9, 1975. Siegel talks about the history of the nude in photography. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Man Ray.; Weston, Edward.; Bernhard, Ruth.; Brandt, Bill.; Grosz, George.; Savage, Naomi.; Bullock, Wynn.; Connor, Linda.; Krims, Leslie.; Chicago (Ill.).; New York (NY).; Berlin, Germany.; Photography.; Nudes.; History of Imagery.; Symbolism.; Art History.; History of Photography.; Perceptions of Beauty.; Mysticism. Length: 1:57:32. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-507
05/09/1975 1
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Garry Winogrand. (AIC #113-A)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Feb. 7, 1975. Siegel talks about institutions which are metaphors for the human condition, such as the circus or the church. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Yates, Frances.; Krims, Leslie.; White, Minor.; Adams, Ansel.; Winograd, Garry.; Model, Lisette.; Chicago (Ill.).; New York (NY).; Los Angeles (Calif.).; Pasadena (Calif.); Photography.; Metaphors.; Memory Systems.; Conceptual Art. Length: 2:06:37. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-508
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Garry Winogrand. (AIC #113-B)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Feb. 14, 1975. Arthur Siegel classroom lecture with Bill Jay about "Album" magazine. And lecture on Garry Winogrand. The last 9 and a half minutes is Arthur Siegel testing a microphone. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Brandt, Bill.; Winograd, Garry.; Sontag, Susan.; Weston, Edward.; Jay, Bill.; Chicago (Ill.); Photography.; Abstraction.; Magazine Publication.; Photographic Magazines.; Animal Photography.; Metaphor. Length: 1:33:03. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 44; see digital file: 198204_110128-509
1975 1
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Arthur Siegel. (AIC #118)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - On Siegel's Photography. Siegel speaks about his own photographic techniques, including use of light and shadow and picture plane. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Bullock, Wynn.; Penn, Irving.; Avedon, Richard.; Karsh, Yousuf.; Chicago (Ill.); Photography.; Imagery.; Light.; Point of View.; Ambiguity.; Metaphor. Length: 1:03:24. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-510
10/21/1976 1
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Science and Technology. (Tape #1)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Jan. 14 and 21, 1974. Siegel talks about differences between 19th and 20th century photography, in particular, scientific images. Part of lecture on nature photography of Jan. 21, 1974 for last half hour. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Frith, Francis.; Freud, Sigmund.; Linnaeus, Carl.; Darwin, Charles.; Rijlander, Oscar Gustave.; Chicago (Ill.); Photography.; Cameras.; Photography in Science.; Microscopic Photography.; Daguerreotypes.; Carrier Pigeons.; Photo Secessionism.; Typology.; Futurism.; Engraving.; Art Nouveau. Length: 2:05:40. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-511
01/14/1974 1
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Science and Technical Magazines. (Tape #2)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Jan. 21, 1974. Siegel talks about anonymous photography of technical journals and post cards of late 19th century and early 20th century. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Brandt, Bill.; Weston, Edward.; Sullivan, Louis.; Ernst, Max.; Sommer, Fred.; Connor, Linda.; Muybridge, Eadweard.; Lartigue, Jacques Henri.; Uelsmann, Jerry.; Chicago (Ill.); Photography.; Technical Journals.; 19th Century.; Constructivism.; Zoopraxiscope.; Low Art.; Photo Realism.; Photomontage. Length: 2:04:32. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-512
01/21/1974 1
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Postcards, Bellocq, Lartigue. (Tape #3)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Jan. 28, 1974. Siegel talks about family albums and snapshot photography. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Bellocq, E.J.; Friedlander, Lee.; Stieglitz, Alfred.; White, Minor.; Newhall, Beaumont.; Lartigue, Jacques Henri.; Chicago (Ill.).; New Orleans (LA).; Photography.; Family Albums.; Jazz.; Anonymous Tradition.; Theory of Equivalents. Length: 1:03:41. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-513
01/28/1974 1
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Student slides-fashion. (Tape #4)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Oct. 25, 1974. Siegel talks about advertisement and fashion photography. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Steichen, Edward.; Baker, Josephine.; Chicago (Ill.); Photography.; Fashion Photography.; Advertising.; Style.; Art Deco.; Magazines. Length: 2:03:58. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-514
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A short history of photography, politics at the Institute of Design. (Tape #5)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Mar. 13, 1975 at Exchange National Bank. Arthur Siegel lecture at the Exchange National Bank to a women's group from the Museum of Modern Art on portraiture until 53:44. After that is conversation and a telephone conversation telling Siegel that someone was being fired from IIT. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Sontag, Susan.; Rosenberg, Harold.; Siskind, Aaron.; Cameron, Margaret Julia.; Hill and Adamson.; Strand, Paul.; Evans, Walker.; Brandt, Bill.; Chicago (Ill.); Photography.; Photographic Criticism.; Portraiture.; Silhouettes.; History of Photography.; Documentary Portraiture. Length: 1:38:11. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-515
03/13/1975 1
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Review of student slides of painting reproductions, part 1. (Tape #6)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Mar. 7, 1975. Arthur Siegel classroom lecture and discussion with students about history of religious beliefs and their influence on art; history of the nude in photography. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Lucy-Smith, Edward.; Luther, Martin.; Renoir, Pierre August.; Perlstein, Philip.; Joachim, Harold.; Durer, Albrecht.; Chicago (Ill.); Photography.; Art History.; Judaism.; Jewish Artists.; Religious Prejudice.; Design.; Photographic Exposures.; Cropping of Images.; Style. Length: 2:07:55. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-516
03/07/1975 1
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Review of student slides of painting reproductions, part 2. (Tape #7)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Critique of Student's Slides. Arthur Siegel classroom discussion critiquing a student's slides and discussion about sexuality in various cultures throughout history. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Duchamp, Marcel.; Kirchner, Ernst.; Michaelangelo.; Van Gogh, Vincent.; Gauguin, Paul.; Benton, Thomas Hart.; Dali, Salvador.; Warhol, Andy.; Chicago (Ill.).; India.; Japan.; Photography.; Sexuality in Art.; Feminism.; Indian Art.; Mythology.; Duality.; Yoga.; Japanese Art.; Photographic Technique.; Camera Lenses. Length: 2:03:59. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-517
03/14/1975 1
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Motion of time (Futurists). (Tape #8)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - December 5, 1973. Siegel talks about Jules Etienne Marey's photographs of motion; Thomas Eakins painting. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Marey, Jules Etienne.; Ruscha, Ed.; Lazar, Arthur.; White, Minor.; Eakins, Thomas.; Duchamp, Marcel.; Muybridge, Eadweard.; Moholy-Nagy, Laszlo.; Chicago (Ill.).; France.; England.; Germany.; Photography.; History of Photography.; Scientific Photography.; Chronophotography.; Time. Conceptual Art.; Painting.; Nudes. Slit Photographs.; Futurism. Length: 1:02:48. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-518
11/05/1973 1
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H.P. Robinson, Peter Henry Emerson. (Tape #9)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Jan. 23, 1976. Siegel talks about the relationship between painting and photography; discussion of image making. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Robinson, Henry Peach.; Fragonard, Jean-Honore.; Dicksee, Frank.; Pattison, James.; Chicago (Ill.); Photography.; History of Photography.; Language.; Syntactical Relationships.; Image Making.; Culture.; Beaux Arts.; Bauhaus.; Abstraction.; Photomontage.; Victorian Painting. Length: 2:05:10. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-519
01/23/1976 1
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Arthur Siegel: Color and light fundamentals. (Tape #10)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Mar. 11, 1977. Siegel talks about color, line, tone and composition for color photography. Seven minutes of Bach music at the end. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Avedon, Richard.; Crane, Barbara.; Szarkowski, John.; Eggleston, William.; Chicago (Ill.); Photography.; Color.; Tone.; Line.; Composition.; Communication in Image Making. Length: 1:51:08. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-520
03/11/1977 1
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Development of motion pictures. (Tape #11)
Arthur Siegel lecture on the history of photography - Nov. 12, 1973. Siegel talks about motion in photography and various devices such as zoopraxiscopes, thaumatropes, etc.; the first motion pictures. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Muybridge, Eadweard.; Marey, Jules Etienne.; Swedlund, Charles.; Edison, Thomas.; Eastman, George.; Lumiere Brothers.; Frank, Robert.; Callahan, Harry.; Szarkowski, John.; Chicago (Ill.).; France.; England.; Photography.; Motion.; Time.; Thaumatropes.; Zootropes.; Latern Slides.; Moving Picture Film.; Family Album.; Airbrushing. Length: 1:23:41. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-521
11/12/1973 1
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Microphone tests. (Tape #12)
Arthur Siegel testing microphones - Sept. 5, 1974. Arthur Siegel testing cardioid and omnidirectional microphones in various locations and conditions. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Siegel, Irene.; Siegel, Ezra.; Chicago (Ill.); Microphones. Length: 45:50. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-522
10/1974 1
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Panel at the Museum of Contemporary Art (Chicago). (Tape #13)
Panel discussion by five Chicago photographers at Columbia College presented by Museum of Modern Art. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Moholy-Nagy, Laszlo.; Callahan, Harry.; Siskind, Aaron.; Lyon, Danny.; Medina, Luis.; ; Chicago (Ill.); Photography.; Chicago Photographers.; Photographic Subjects.; Regional Influences on Photographers. Length: 1:30:31. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-523
01/1977 1
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Planning session. (Tape #14)
Discussion of Tape #13. Arthur Siegel complains that the other photographers had nothing of value to say. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Siskind, Aaron.; Lyon, Danny.; Holland, Helen.; Redmond, Joan.; Hattersley, Ralph.; Chicago (Ill.); Photographers.; Photographic Education.; Communication.; Intellectual Issues in Art.; Sources of Regional Style.; Photography as Therapy.; Subjectivity. Length: 2:02:50. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-524
01/26/1977 1
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Ralph Eugene Meatyard, Society for Photographic Education conference. (Tape #15)
Photography lecture on Imagery and Depersonalization. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Berry, Wendell.; Meatyard, Ralph Eugene.; Poetry in Imagery.; Photography.; Camera Clubs.; Light and Shadow.; Illustrations.; Masks. Length: 1:03:13. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-539
03/26/1972 1
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Fred Summer. (Tape #16, bad tape)
Poor recording of lecture on photography; mostly unintelligible. Length: 1:20:42. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-540
11/16/1973 1
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Minor White at Columbia College (Chicago). (Tape #17B)
Minor White lecture at Northwestern University on equivalents and mirroring, April 26, 1974 (2 of 2). Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; White, Minor.; Chicago (Ill.).; Evanston (Ill.).; Photography.; Equivalency. Length: 55:46. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-541
04/26/1974 1
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Minor White at Columbia College (Chicago). (Tape #17A)
Minor White lecture at Northwestern University on equivalents and mirroring, April 26, 1974 (1 of 2). Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; White, Minor.; Stieglitz, Alfred.; Chicago (Ill.).; Evanston (Ill.).; Photography.; Equivalency.; Symbolism.; Memory.; Imagery.; Mysticism.; Psychological Projection. Length: 1:30:29. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 44; see digital file: 198204_110128-542
04/26/1974 1
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Minor White interviewed by Michael Lutch. (Tape #18)
Interview with Minor White (1 of 2). Minor White interview at his home in Massachusetts. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; White, Minor.; Lazar, Arthur.; Adams, Ansel.; Weston, Edward.; Stieglitz, Alfred.; Arlington (Mass.).; Chicago (Ill.).; New Mexico.; Oregon.; Photography.; Photography Copyright.; Nature Photography.; Symbolism.; Technique.; Poetry. Length: 1:02:39. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-543
03/24/1974 1
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Minor White interviewed by Michael Lutch. (Tape #19)
Interview with Minor White (2 of 2). Minor White interview at his home in Massachusetts. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; White, Minor.; Moholy-Nagy, Laszlo.; Arlington (Mass.).; Chicago (Ill.).; Portland (Ore.).; Photography.; Bauhaus.; Experimental Photography.; Intuition.; Shape.; Catholicism.; Religion. Length: 1:17:28. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-544
03/25/1973-03/27/1973 1
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Minor White discussion with Siegel and Michael Lutch. (Tape #20)
Arthur Siegel with Michael Lutch on Teaching and Minor White April 13, 1974. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Lutch, Michael.; White, Minor.; Callahan, Harry.; Siskind, Aaron.; Biasco, Ken.; Steichen, Edward.; Strand, Paul.; Leger, Ferdinand.; Siegel, Irene.; Picasso, Pablo.; Chicago (Ill.); Photography.; Higher Education.; Theory and Practice.; Psychology.; Color Photography.; Shapes. Length: 1:38:29. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-545
04/13/1974 1
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Lisette Model. (Tape #21)
Lisette Model talk on inspiration and fashion photography. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Model, Lisette.; Arbus, Diane.; Cartier-Bresson, Henri.; Chicago (Ill.).; New York (NY).; Photography.; Harper's Bazaar.; Fashion Photography.; Fame. Length: 1:26:59. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-546
05/1973 1
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Berenice Abbott. (Tape #22)
Interview with Bernice Abbott about her own work.(First 18 minutes, then music). Stan Freberg Columbus skit starts at 25 minutes. Connie Boswell singing "There'll be some changes made" at 42 min. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Abbott, Bernice.; Lang, Dorothea.; Shahn, Ben.; Man Ray.; Atget, Eugene.; Freberg, Stan.; Boswell, Connie.; Chicago (Ill.).; New York (NY).; Photography.; Photographic Subjects.; Farm Security Administration.; Portraiture.; Painting.; Comedy.; Radio. Length: 46:15. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-547
10/08/1976 1
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Kenda North on color photography. (Tape #23)
Lecture on color photography especially dye transfer and Polaroid. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Josephson, Ken.; Curran, Darryl.; Heinekein, Robert.; Freedman, Ben.; Widmer, Gwen.; Samaras, Lucas.; Krims, Leslie.; Bowers, Harry.; McPherson, Larry.; Sczarkowski, John.; Small, Carol.; Bishop, Michael.; Larson, William.; Chicago (Ill.).; Los Angeles (Cal.).; Cedar Falls (IA).;Photography.; Color Photography.; Relationships in Imagery.; Postcards.; Gum Prints.; Photo Linen.; Polaroid.; Dye Transfer.; Cibachrome.; Perceptual Effects. Length: 1:41:21. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-548
03/1977 1
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Peter Bunell lecture, "Iconography of Photography." (Tape #24)
Peter Bunnell speaking at Society of Photographic Education about iconography in photography. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Bunnell, Peter.; Avedon, Richard.; Arbus, Diane.; Sontag, Susan.; Steichen, Edward.; Weston, Edward.; Kubler, George.; Newhall, Beaumont.; Szarkowski, John.; Strand, Paul.; Moholy-Nagy, Laszlo.; Lang, Dorothea.; Siskind, Aaron.; Wright, Frank Lloyd.; Adams, Ansel.; Harrison, Gabriel.; Chicago (Ill.).; Yosemite National Park.; Photography.; Iconography.; Subjects.; Formal Issues in Photography.; Photographic Criticism.; Time.; Nature.; Metaphor.; Portraiture. Length: 2:06:08. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-549
10/25/1974 1
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Van Deren Coke lecture, "Trends in Modern Photography." Columbia College (Chicago). (Tape #25)
Lecture on techniques of photography and how they are related to the communication of ideas when used by talented photographers. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Gernsheim, Helmut.; Newhall, Beaumont.; Weston, Edward.; Stieglitz, Alfred.; Adams, Ansel.; Chicago (Ill.).; California.; Photography.; Painting.; Ideas.; Constructivism.; Cubism.; Form.; Nature Photography. Length: 1:13:14. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-550
12/05/1975 1
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Arthur Lazar. (Tape #26)
Lecture on displaying and viewing photography. View camera. Joy of making photographs. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Weston, Edward.; Strand, Paul.; Penn, Irving.; Stieglitz, Alfred.; Siskind, Aaron.; Caponigro, Paul.; Chicago (Ill.); Photography.; Exhibition.; View Cameras.; Experimental Photography.; Transcendentalism. Length: 1:34:58. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-551
10/16/1973 1
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Arthur Siegel and Irene Siegel, "Duets." (Tape #27)
Lecture by Arthur and Irene Siegel at Museum of Contemporary Art from 1975 on married couples in art history. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Siegel, Irene.; Gentileschi, Artemisia.; Larianov, Mikhail.; Goncharova, Natalya.; Diaghilev, Serge.; Stieglitz, Alfred.; O'Keefe, Georgia.; White, Minor.; Modotti, Tina.; Weston, Edward.; Pollock, Jackson.; Krasner, Lee.; Ernst, Max.; Tanning, Dorothea.; Frankenthaler, Helen.; Motherwell, Robert.; Neilson, Gladys.; Hansen, Philip.; Rambert, Christine.; Welpott, Jack.; Dater, Judy.; Estes, Richard.; Van der Rohe, Mies.; Chicago (Ill.).; Aspen (Colo.).; San Fransisco (Calif.).; Lake Geneva (Wisc.); Photography.; Marital Relationships.; Art History.; Gender.; Painting. Length: 2:06:46. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-552
01/24/1975 1
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Beaumont Newhall on Alden Scott Boyer, collector. (Tape #28)
Beaumont Newhall lecture on the art collector, Alden Scott Boyer. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Newhall, Beaumont.; Boyer, Alden Scott.; Webb, Mrs. Cornelius.; Taft, Robert.; McKay, Zelda.; Adams, Ansel.; Weston, Edward.; Chicago (Ill.).; California.; Art Collectors.; Photography.; Art Museums.; Antique Collectors.; Art Books. Length: 1:10:32. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-553
05/05/1975 1
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Beaumont Newhall and Arthur Siegel. (Tape #29)
Beaumont Newhall and Arthur Siegel discussing color photography technique. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Newhall, Beaumont.; Porters, Eliot.; Weller, Allan.; Deskin, Jacob.; Bunnell, Peter.; Stieglitz, Alfred.; Moholy-Nagy, Laszlo.; Siskind, Aaron.; Strand, Paul.; Abbott, Bernice.; Weegee.; Marx, Robert.; Weston, Edward.; Chicago (Ill.).; Detroit (Mich.).; New York (NY).; Photography.; Color Photography.; Photographic Technique.; Painting.; 20th Century Art.; Photographic Education. Length: 1:04:02. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-554
05/04/1975 1
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Beaumont Newhall. (Tape #30)
May 3, 1975 Arthur Siegel and Beaumont Newhall. Conversation about photography, and personal lives of 20th century photographers. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Newhall, Beaumont.; Evans, Walker.; Siegel, Irene.; Parker, Fred.; Bunnell, Peter.; White, Minor.; Stieglitz, Alfred.; O'Keefe, Georgia.; Weston, Edward.; Modotti, Tina.; Adams, Ansel.; Chicago (Ill.).; Sante Fe (NM).; Carmel (Calif.); Photography.; Radio.; Recording.; Video.; Lecturing.; Post-Expressionism.; Abstract Photography.; Native American Culture. Length: 2:02:20. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-555
05/03/1975 1
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Beaumont Newhall lecture at Oakton Community College (Illinois). (Tape #31)
Beaumont Newhall lecture on the three traditions of photography, realism, pictorialism and expressionism through the work of Alfred Stieglitz. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Newhall, Beaumont.; Siegel, Arthur.; Fogel, Hermann Wilhelm.; Crane, Stephan.; Smith, Pamella Coleman.; Rodin, Auguste.; Cezanne, Paul.; Picasso, Pablo.; Matisse, Henri.; Kandinsky, Wassily.; O'Keefe, Georgia.; Chicago (Ill.).; Germany.; New York (NY).; New Mexico.; Texas.; Photography.; Realism.; Pictorialism.; Expressionism.; Surrogates.; Collodion Process Photography.; History of Photography.; Armory Show. Length: 1:14:19. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-556
05/04/1975 1
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Mike Mandel. (Tape #32)
Visit from Mike Mandel, who was making a set of collectable cards of photographers. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Siegel, Irene.; Adams, Ansel.; Ruscha, Ed.; Weston, Edward.; Chicago (Ill.).; San Francisco (Calif.).; Los Angeles (Calif.); Photography.; Photography Education.; Conceptual Art. Length: 59:33. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-557
11/03/1974 1
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Jeff Silverstone. (Tape #33)
Discussion of photography with Jeff Silverthorne about his pictures of bodies in morgues. starts at 2:40. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Silverthorne, Jeff.; Leibowitz, Dick.; Gowen, Emmett.; Beiber, Burt.; Callahan, Harry.; Chicago (Ill.).; Rhode Island.; Boston (Mass.).; Photography.; Photographers.; Photography Education.; Photographic Technique.; Death.; Tranvestites. Length: 1:33:30. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-558
10/1973 1
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Zone System, Arthur Lazar. (Tape #34)
Arthur Lazar and Ken Biasco on photography and zone system from October 22, 1973. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Lazar, Arthur.; Biasco, Ken.; Adams, Ansel.; Chicago (Ill.); Photgraphy.; Zone System.; Photographic Technique. Length: 1:35:56. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-559
10/23/1973 1
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Arthur Lazar interview. (Tape #35)
Arthur Siegel and Arthur Lazar discuss camera and film specifics. Also much on Lazar's early career. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Lazar, Arthur.; Adams, Ansel.; Gravning, Wayne.; White, Minor.; McNeill, Ron.; Romney, George.; Siskind, Aaron.; Cook, Vanderen.; Chicago (Ill.).; Albuquerque (NM).; Grand Junction (Colo.); Photography.; Film.; Cameras.; Lighting.; Photographic Techniques.; Zone System.; Native American Architecture. Length: 40:37. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-560
05/17/1974 1
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Gail Buckland, interviewed by Siegel. (Tape #36)
Gail Buckman speaks with Arthur Siegel about an exhibition on Chicago photography. Discussion about Chicago Bauhaus and ID instructors. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Buckman, Gail.; Siegel, Arthur.; Moholy-Nagy, Laszlo.; Edwards, Hugh.; Allen, Harold.; Siskind, Aaron.; Sarra, Valentina.; Steichen, Edward.; Smith, Henry Holmes.; Kepes, Gyorgy.; Callahan, Harry.; Redmon, Bill.; Somers, Fred.; Chicago (Ill.); Photographic Exhibitiions.; Chicago Photography.; Chicago Bauhaus.; Higher Education. Length: 1:03:08. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-561
04/1976 1
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Faculty meeting. (Tape #37)
Institute of Design faculty meeting about how to integrate departments and how to recruit from high schools. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Chicago (Ill.); Higher Education.; Photography Education.; Institute of Design.; College Administration.; Tenure.; Architecture Education. Length: 1:55:57. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-562
12/1975 1
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Meeting with teachers at Siegel's home. (Tape #38)
Institute of Design Faculty Meeting 1978. ID faculty discuss changes to freshman requirements and courses being offered. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Carol, Patty.; Siegel, Arthur.; Grimes, John.; Ratham, David.; Schwartz, Linda.; Weiss, Jack.; Gordy, Eileen.; Bissinger, Ted.; Doblin, Jay.; Chicago (Ill.); Higher Education.; Photography Education.; Institute of Design.; College Administration.; Theory.; Architecture Education. Length: 2:07:27. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-563
01/09/1978 1
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Faculty meeting. (Tape #39)
Benjamin de Brie Taylor meets with faculty of ID about changes he made. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Taylor, Benjamin de Brie.; Lazar, Arthur.; Chicago (Ill.); Photography.; Exhibitions.; Higher Education.; Institute of Design.; College Enrollment. Length: 1:33:42. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-564
05/1974 1
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Mahler (Chicago Symphony Orchestra). (Tape #40)
Radio recording of classical music Schulte Chicago series from WFMT. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Classical Music. Length: 2:09:45. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 44; see digital file: 198204_110128-565 Labeled "Institute of Design reunion" but that content is NOT present on this tape.
05/1974 1
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Siegel interviewed by John Anderson. (Tape #41)
Interview with John Alderson Aug. 12, 1977. Analysis of the psychological aspects of Siegel's work, and his place in the development of color photography. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Siskind, Aaron.; Alderson, John.; Haas, Ernst.; Smith, Henry Holmes.; Deskin, Jacob.; Blair, Jim.; Malinowski, Stan.; Chicago (Ill.).; New York (NY).; Photography.; Psychology.; Photographic Education.; History of Photography.; Color Photography.; Photo Journalism.; Institute of Design.; Motion Pictures.; Talent. Length: 1:00:00. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-566
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Siegel interviewed by Bruce Ehrenhaft. (Tape #42)
Interview with Arthur Siegel and Bruce Ehrenhaft about Laszlo Moholy-Nagy. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Ehrenhaft, Bruce.; Moholy-Nagy, Laszlo.; Smith, Henry Holmes.; Kepes, Gyorgy.; Welling, Jane Betsy.; Stieglitz, Alfred.; Kandinsky, Wassily.; Man Ray.; Coburn, Alvin Langdon.; Chicago (Ill.).; Berlin, Germany.; Chicago Bauhaus.; Photography.; Institute of Design.; Painting.; Photography Education.; Stage Lighting.; Set Design.; Constructivists.; Mysticism.; Abstraction.; Photograms.; Space.; Time.; Motion. Length: 2:07:30. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-567
10/11/1976 1
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Siegel interviewed by Sally Stein and Uda Eskirbsn, part 1 of 3. (Tape #43)
Interview with Arthur Siegel by Sally Stein and Ute Eskirdsen about his life and career, and how the photography department of ID was influential in development of color photography. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Stein, Sally.; Eskirdsen, Ute.; Moholy-Nagy, Laszlo.; Steichen, Edward.; Crane, Barbara.; Traub, Charles.; Lederer, Jules.; Lederer, Eppie.; Welling, Jane Betsy.; Dow, Arthur.; O'Keefe, Georgia.; Winogran, Garry.; Adams, Ansel.; Callahan, Harry.; Siskind, Aaron.; Shaw, Irwin.; Van der Rohe, Mies.; Peterhans, Walter.; Moholy-Nagy, Sybil.; Paepcke, Elizabeth.; Paepcke, Walter.; Weston, Edward.; Newhall, Beaumont.; Webb, Todd.; White, Minor.; Teske, Edmond.; Wright, Frank Lloyd.; Rhyer, Ferd.; Chicago (Ill.).; Detroit (Mich.).; Berlin, Germany.; Photography.; New Bauhaus.; Bauhaus.; Design Education.; Color Photography.; Documentary Photography.; Photo Journalism.; Talent.; American Art.; Visual Design.; WPA.; Farm Security Administration. Length: 2:05:35. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-568
02/19/1977 1
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Siegel interviewed by Sally Stein and Uda Eskirbsn, part 2 of 3. (Tape #44)
Interview with Arthur Siegel by Sally Stein and Ute Eskirdsen about his life and career. Length: 2:04:30. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-569
02/19/1977 1
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Siegel interviewed by Sally Stein and Uda Eskirbsn, part 3 of 3. (Tape #45)
Interview with Arthur Siegel by Sally Stein and Ute Eskirdsen about his life and career. Length: 1:02:06. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-570
02/19/1977 1
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Interview follow-up with Elaine King on the phone. (Tape #46)
Length: 0:24:47. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-571
09/1977 1
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Interview with Arthur Siegel by unknown, parts 3 and 4 (1 and 2 missing). (Tape #47)
Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Moholy-Nagy, Laszlo. Length: 2:03:50. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-572
10/11/1976 1
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Interview of Arthur Siegel by Charles Traub. (Tape #48)
Length: 2:04:33. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-573
08/1977 1
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Interview of Arthur Siegel by an Institute of Design student (Mike Bruerton [?]). (Tape #49)
Length: 0:51:10. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-574
02/04/1977 1
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Interview of Arthur Siegel by Elaine King. (Tape #50)
Arthur Siegel being interviewed by Elaine King about some of the things Siegel had written over the years. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; King, Elaine.; Vachon, John.; Strand, Paul.; Steichen, Edward.; Newhall, Beaumont.; Maloney, Tom.; Steiglitz, Alfred.; Dale, Edgar.; Weston, Edward.; Adams, Ansel.; Szarkowski, John.; Callahan, Harry.; Kertesz, Andre.; Atget, Eugene.; Chicago (Ill.); Photography.; Color Photography.; Art Writing.; Farm Security Administration.; Photography Education. Length: 1:36:45. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-525
09/16/1977 1
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Discussion of curriculum changes. (ID 001)
Arthur Siegel and two others from Institute of Design discussing courses which should be offered or dropped. Extended discussion of the faults of all of the other instructors. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Weiss, Jack.; Owens, Chuck.; Jackson, Herb.; Martin, Bill. Biasco, Ken.; Grimes, John.; Gordy, Eileen. ; Chicago (Ill.); Photography Education.; Mental Illness.; Student/ Educator Interactions.; Educational Systems. Length: 2:07:40. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-526
08/1975 1
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Conversation on facility problems. (ID 002)
22 minutes of discussion American Folk Art followed by Arthur Siegel and Eileen Gordy discussing the unprofessional behavior of the faculty of Institute of Design. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Owens, Chuck.; Taylor, Benjamin de Brie.; Martin, Bill.; Gordy, Eileen.; Chicago (Ill.); Education.; Folk Art.; Professionalism. Length: 58:39. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-527
11/25/1974 1
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Society for Photographic Education, 4 speakers. (ID 003)
Various Society for Photographic Education or Institute of Design speakers presenting slides and commenting on the images. Bea Nettles on her work. Very poor sound. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Length: . THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-528
03/1977 1
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Arthur Lazar, Siegel, students. (ID 004)
Arthur Siegel class discussion about critiquing photography. Student's in Arthur Siegel's class being criticized for their poor judgement of photography. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; White, Minor.; Adams, Ansel.; Graeff, Peter.; Steiglitz, Alfred.; Chicago (Ill.); Photographic Critique.; Contemplation of Art.; Development of Photographer's Techniques. Length: 53:13. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-529
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First faculty meeting with new Director Brie Taylor. (ID 005)
Benjamin Brie Taylor gives speech to faculty at Institute of Design while taking the position as Director. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Taylor, Benjamin Brie.; Asmussen, John.; Biasco, Ken.; Campoli, Cosmo.; Cohen, Alan.; Graef, Robert.; Jackson, Herbert.; Madsen, Frank.; Manning, Robert.; Owens, Chuck.; Takauchi, Beatrice.; Weiss, Jack.; Gordy, Eileen.; Chicago (Ill.); Higher Education.; College Administration.; Architecture Education.; Photography Education. Length: 1:36:27. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-530
09/11/1973 1
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Brie Taylor, Arthur Siegel and Arthur Lazar at Institute of Design reunion. (ID 006)
Peter Blake, Benjamin de Brie Taylor on the Chicago Bauhaus Impact; Arthur Lazar May 17, 1974. Peter Blake critiques the Institute of Design and its students. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Blake, Peter.; Learner, Nate.; Taylor, Benjamin de Brie.; Asmussen, John.; Wingler, Hans.; Lazar, Arthur.; White, Minor.; Adams, Ansel.; Chicago (Ill.); Chicago Bauhaus.; American Designers.; Art Education. Length: 2:09:41. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-531
05/1974 1
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Institute of Design reunion conference. (ID 007)
Arthur Siegel with Elizabeth Paepcke and Alumni Meeting of Institute of Design. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Paepcke, Elizabeth.; Paepcke, Walter.; Kepes, Gyorgy.; Blake, Peter.; Fuller, Buckminster.; Chicago (Ill.); Art Education.; Chicago Bauhaus.; Design.; Institute of Design. Length: 1:54:33. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-532
05/11/1974 1
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Institute of Design reunion conference. (ID 008)
Institute of Design Alumni Meeting with Konrad Wachsmann speaking on behalf of Crombie Taylor. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Gropius, Walter.; Wachsmann, Konrad.; Taylor, Crombie.; Chicago (Ill.).; Berlin, Germany.; Chicago Bauhaus.; American Designers.; Art Education.; German Designers. Length: 1:08:03. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-533
05/1974 1
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Brie Taylor and Arthur Siegel. (ID 009)
Poor sound recording of Illinois Institute of Technology staff meeting regarding administrative issues. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Sterling, Walter.; Chicago (Ill.); IIT.; Art Education.; Administration of Higher Education. Length: 1:02:14. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-534
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Siegel interviewed by graduate student at Medill School of Journalism, Northwestern University.
March 1, 1974 Arthur Siegel with Miss Touhy from Northwestern. Siegel talks about the collectability of photography as an art. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; El Greco.; Joachim, Harold.; Pollack, Peter.; Van der Rohe, Mies.; Gropius, Walter.; Albers.; Josef.; Rosenberg, Harold.; Chicago (Ill.); Photography.; Painting.; Images.; Collectablility of Photography.; Institute of Design. Length: 1:32:01. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-537
03/01/1974 1
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Conversation with Brie Taylor.
Tape is broken. Arthur Siegel conversation with Benjamin de Brie Taylor about improving the quality of the faculty at ID. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Taylor, Benjamin de Brie.; Phillips, Dave.; Biasco, Ken.; Eisner, Eliot.; Burnham, Ed.; Gardner, Howard.; Wyeth, Andrew.; Chicago (Ill.); Educational Administration.; Institute of Design.; Art Education for Children.; Art Therapy.; Culture. Length: 56:19. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-538
09/09/1974 1
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Empty box for tape of Arts Club (Chicago) lecture on Weegee.
12/10/1975 1
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Kenneth Clark, "Romantic Rebellion." (MS 001)
Recording of "The Romantic Rebellion" and an interview with Kenneth Clark. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Clark, Kenneth.; Turner, William.; Ruskin.; Renoir, Pierre-Auguste.; Rodin, Auguste.; England.; Television.; Romanticism.; Art History.; Japanese Screens. Length: 54:06. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-535
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Beaumont Newhall.
Tape is broken. Conversation with Arthur Siegel and Beaumont Newhall on Photography while driving to O'Hare Airport. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Newhall, Beaumont.; Szarkowski, John.; Stryker, Roy.; Chicago (Ill.); News Photography.; Aesthetics of Photography.; History of Photography.; Painting. Length: 23:13. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-536
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Unidentified.
Labeled: "Seigals [sic] Class Keep March [illegible] / Language - Errors [illegible] / Mathematics / man controlling nature / Lack of terms / Subject Matter Photography / must [illegible] interrelationship". THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. PLEASE CONTACT THE ARCHIVIST FOR MORE INFORMATION. Attempts to digitize were unsuccessful (2011).
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1. Untitled (negative). Film original cut 400', no core.
16mm film. "The Children's Center: The Case of Jack Jones." Promotional film produced by Arthur Siegel c.1950s regarding services provided at The Children's Center in Detroit, Michigan. Film follows the fictional story of a boy, Jack, and his struggles with his family following the birth of his sister. He sought treatment at the Children's Center. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; The Children's Center.; Detroit (MI.); Psychoanalysis.; Mental health.; Children's Psychology.; Child behavior.; Behavioral analysis.; Educational film.; Commercial film.; Propaganda. Length: 14:09. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-345
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2. Unidentified (print). Can and reel 350'.
THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 33.
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3. "Filmic Dance #1." Cut original 150'.
16mm film. Footage of a woman dancing on a rocky beach in front of the water -- mimicking the water. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Experimental dance.; Performance.; Experimental Film.; Video art. Length: 3:20. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-343
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4. Unidentified (negative). 400', no core or reel.
16mm film. "The Children's Center of Detroit, Michigan." Promotional film produced by Arthur Siegel c. 1950s regarding services provided at The Children's Center in Detroit, Michigan. Film follows the fictional story of a boy, Jack, and his struggles with his family following the birth of his sister. He sought treatment at the Children's Center. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; The Children's Center.; Detroit (MI.); Psychoanalysis.; Mental health.; Children's Psychology.; Child behavior.; Behavioral analysis.; Educational film.; Commercial film.; Propaganda. Length: 12:46. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-344
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5. "Case of Bobby Jones." Reel 325' (smells of fixer).
THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 33.
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8. "TM" by Jerry Aronson. On reel 300', sound.
16mm film. Psychedelic film of one or several bodies moving to music by The Doors. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Aronson, Jerry.; The Institute of Design.; Chicago (Ill.); Psychedelic film.; Experimental film.; 60s film.; LSD.; Rock & Roll. Length: 4:14. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-342
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9. Unidentified. On cone, no can, 'outs', 350'.
16mm film. Film footage of an architectural model of a campus. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Architecture.; Architectural Models. Length: 10:51. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-580
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11. Unidentified (cat film). Daylight spool, workprint 200'.
16mm film. Video of a cat cleaning itself. For the Final 1:23, the cat plays with a string. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Experimental film.; Observational film.; Cats. Length: 5:42. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-340
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12. Unidentified (cat film). Daylight spool and can, 'super-x' reversal original or workprint 175'.
16mm film. Video of a cat resting on a couch. A string is put in front of it to entice it to play, but the cat continues to rest. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Experimental film.; Observational film.; Cats. Length: 4:26. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-339
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13. Unidentified (cat film). Daylight spool and can, rev. orig. or work print 200'.
16mm film. Video of a cat playing with a string on a couch. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Experimental film.; Observational film.; Cats. Length: 6:44. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-338
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14. "Filmic Dance #2." 700'.
16mm film. Various shots at different speeds of a woman dancing, jumping, and running on a beach. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Experimental dance.; Performance.; Experimental Film.; Video art. Length: 18:29. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-334
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15. "Cameras Internal." Original and print, reel 800', can 1000', film length 700'.
16mm film. Film records different angles of a model built of the San Diego Theater, designed by Bertrand Goldberg in 1967-68. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Goldberg, Bertrand.; San Diego (CA.); Architecture -- Organic.; Architecture - Unbuilt.; Theater Design. Length: 15:53. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-335
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16. Unidentified (labeled "Death Valley" but not that film). 400-450'.
THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 33.
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17. "Plastering Machine." Film on core 800-850'.
THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 33.
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18. "Plastering Machine." Film length 1350' can and reel 1600'.
16mm film. Instructional video made to promote the E-Z-On plastering machine. Produced by Arthur Siegel. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; E-Z-On Corporation.; Instructional video.; Corporate video.; Commercial video.; Plastering technique.; Home improvement. Length: 35:52. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-337
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19. "The Photography of Arthur Siegel," WTTW (1967). Film length 1000' can and reel 1200'.
16mm film. Television show broadcast by WTTW called Chicago Festival. This episode focused on photographer Arthur Siegel. Provides biographical information and then photographic analysis with Arthur Siegel. Narrated by Arthur Siegel. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Chicago (Ill.); Photography.; Artistic photography.; Art interpretation.; Photograph analysis.; Photography instruction.; Optical illusions.; Surrealism.; Autobiographical film.; Psychology.; Psychoanalysis.; Symbolism.; Propaganda. Length: 26:29. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-336
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20. "Photo class experiment '47."
16mm film. A number of film experiments with mirrors, liquids, and glass. Scenes of 1940s Chicago at night and during the day. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Chicago (IL.); Experimental Film. Length: 9:25. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-585
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22. "Wind at dunes."
16mm film. Film footage of scenery at a beach/dunes. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Dunes.; Nature. Length: 9:15. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-584
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23. Unidentified. Pos. eng. Spliced, 325'.
16mm film. Pediatrics and Emotional Distress Film Footage. Film footage (out of sequence) with this title card included: "This picture is presented to show the early recognition of emotional difficulties in the child by the pediatrician with the interpretation and treatment involved in working out the case professionally. Contains scenes of children at play, at school, and at home (1940s-50s?). Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Education.; Pediatrics.; Child Development. Length: 10:43. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-581
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24. "Jules and Lil - Synagogue," (May 1964). Broken reel 75'.
8mm film. Arthur Siegel and family in front of a synagogue. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Home video.; Personal. Length: 5:35. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-333
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25. "Lake Geneva Vacation," (Roll 11, Aug. 1964). Film length 225'.
8mm film. Footage from a Lake Geneva vacation. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Lake Geneva (WI.); Home video.; Personal. Length: 15:04. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-331
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26. "Heidens - Ba??o," (Oct. 1964). Film length 75'.
8mm film. Film of three adults and three children in front of a home. Unidentified location. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Home video.; Personal. Length: 3:54. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-328
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27. "Ruttenberg Swimming Pool," (June 1964). Film length 140'.
8mm film. Footage of people swimming. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Home video.; Personal. Length: 9:51. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-332
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28. "Parker Country Fair," (Oct. 1964). 100'.
8mm film. Film of an event at Francis W. Parker school in Chicago. 1964. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Home video.; Personal. Length: 7:43. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-329
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29. "Lake Geneva Vacation," (Roll 1, Aug. 1964). Film length 360'.
8mm film. Footage from a Lake Geneva vacation. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Lake Geneva (WI.); Home video.; Personal. Length: 25:17. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-330
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30. Unidentified film by Robert A. Frerck (possibly "Nebula 2"). 200'.
THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 33.
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31. "Black White and Grey" by Moholy-Nagy. 200'.
16mm film. Close up shots of machinery in motion. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Moholy-Nagy, Laszlo.; The Institute of Design.; Chicago (Ill.); Experimental film.; German film.; Bauhaus. Length: 6:32. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-346
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32. "Alphabet" by Ronald Nameth (1964). 300'.
16mm film. Video displaying the alphabet through different formats such as neon letters, signage, and drawings. Set to piano music. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Boucher, Doug.; Capps, Beverly.; Gold, Peter.; Heyl, Kurt.; Nameth, Ron.; Perry, Janet.; Sween, Jim.; The Institute of Design.; Typography.; Signage.; Artistic film. Length: 5:34. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-341
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33. "Nebula" by Robert Frerck (1968). Film length 250'.
16mm film. Footage of circular colors set to eastern music. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Siegel, Arthur.; Frerck, Robert.; The Institute of Design.; Chicago (Ill.); Psychadelic film.; Experimental film.; 60s film.; LSD.; Rock & Roll. Length: . THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-347
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Unnumbered, "Photogram."
16mm film. Film experiments concerning light, forms, and movement. Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Experimental Film.; Light. Length: 6:39. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-583
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Unnumbered, unidentified (tape lead labeled: "Goldberg orig").
16mm film. Film footage of an architectural model of a campus. Seemingly a negative image of (198204_110128-580). Includes content regarding the following topics/places/buildings: Architecture.; Architectural Models. Length: 16:56. THIS ITEM IS RESTRICTED. Patron use copy available in this Series V, Boxes 43-44; see digital file: 198204_110128-582
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Empty film canister.
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