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1. Havana [2017]

Book
1 portfolio (5 leaves of text, 15 photographs) ; in box 42 x 53 x 6 cm
Special Collections
Book
199 pages : illustrations ; 31 cm
  • Acknowledgments / Judy Dater
  • Foreword / Theresia de Vroom
  • Only human / Judy Dater
  • The portrait within / Marilyn Symmes
  • The archaeology of a photograph : unearthing Judy Dater / Gloria Williams Sander
  • Looking back : Judy Dater, the last fifty years / Donna Stein
  • Plates
  • List of plates
  • Selected bibliography
Art & Architecture Library (Bowes), Special Collections
Book
xvi, 80 pages : illustrations (some color), portraits, facsimiles ; 20 x 28 cm.
  • Doris Barr Stanislawski, James A. Barr, and Doris's life books / Chris McDonald
  • A grand and inspiring spectacle: the Panama-Pacific International Exposition / Theresa Salazar.
Special Collections

4. Oneeveryone [2017]

Book
900 unnumbered pages : color illustrations ; 28 cm + 1 leaflet (6 unnumbered pages : color illustrations ; 23 cm)
A book of portraits that Ann Hamilton created as part of a project at Dell Medical School in Austin, Texas.
"A 900-page newsprint book containing at least one image of everyone who was photographed will circulate by hand. Ten thousand books printed with 7 unique covers will be given away until all are distributed. Printing Process: Web Offset is a form of offset printing in which a continuous roll of paper is fed through the printing press. Pages are separated and cut to size after they have been printed. The process is used for high-volume publications such as mass-market books, magazines, newspapers, catalogs and brochures."--From https://www.hamilton-landmarks.org/book/, viewed 7/11/17.
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Book
260 pages ; 23 cm
Special Collections
Book
6 leaves of text, 22 photographs ; 51 x 61 cm in box 53 x 63 cm
Photo portfolio of contemporary street scenes shot in and around Mexico City.
Special Collections
Book
191 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
Special Collections
Book
[6] pages, 21 leaves : chiefly illustrations ; 41 x 53 cm
Special Collections
Book
vii, 274 pages : illustrations ; 27 cm
  • Understanding whole systems
  • Land use
  • Shelter
  • Industry
  • Craft
  • Community
  • Nomadics
  • Communications
  • Learning.
The Whole Earth Catalog was a cultural touchstone of the 1960s and 1970s. The iconic cover image of the Earth viewed from space made it one of the most recognizable books on bookstore shelves. Between 1968 and 1971, almost two million copies of its various editions were sold, and not just to commune-dwellers and hippies. Millions of mainstream readers turned to the Whole Earth Catalog for practical advice and intellectual stimulation, finding everything from a review of Buckminster Fuller to recommendations for juicers. This book offers selections from eighty texts from the nearly 1,000 items of "suggested reading" in the Last Whole Earth Catalog. After an introduction that provides background information on the catalog and its founder, Stewart Brand (interesting fact: Brand got his organizational skills from a stint in the Army), the book presents the texts arranged in nine sections that echo the sections of the Whole Earth Catalog itself. Enlightening juxtapositions abound. For example, "Understanding Whole Systems" maps the holistic terrain with writings by authors from Aldo Leopold to Herbert Simon; "Land Use" features selections from Thoreau's Walden and a report from the United Nations on new energy sources; "Craft" offers excerpts from The Book of Tea and The Illustrated Hassle-Free Make Your Own Clothes Book; "Community" includes Margaret Mead and James Baldwin's odd-couple collaboration, A Rap on Race. Together, these texts offer a sourcebook for the Whole Earth culture of the 1960s and 1970s in all its infinite variety.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780262529280 20170227
Green Library, Special Collections
Book
280 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 29 x 37 cm
  • Foreword / John L. Hennessy
  • Introduction / Connie Wolf
  • Notes on Carleton Watkins / Elizabeth Kathleen Mitchell
  • Notes on process / George Philip LeBourdais
  • Notes on the Stanford albums / John E. Mustain
  • Selections from the Stanford albums. Photographs of the Pacific Coast (1862-76)
  • Photographs of the Yosemite Valley (1861 and 1865-66)
  • Photographs of the Columbia River and Oregon (1867 and 1870)
  • Essays. Landscape photography under pressure : Carleton Watkins at Malakoff / Jason D. Weems
  • Lost in the city / Gavin Jones and Judith Richardson
  • Watkins's salvage operation / Elizabeth Hutchinson
  • Malakoff Diggins, North Bloomfield, Nevada Co., Cal. / Robert H. Dawson
  • A most "uncanny" place : Watkins's view of Devil's Canyon / Corey Keller
  • Seabirds : silent no more / Stephen Palumbi
  • Looking back at Watkins / James Clifford
  • Reflections on Mount Watkins and other incompletions / George Philip LeBourdais
  • The sentinels of Yosemite / Barton H. Thompson Jr.
  • Ecologies : trees, fires, and photographs / George Philip LeBourdais
  • Written in water : Carleton Watkins's West / David M. Kennedy
  • Watkins and singularity / Alexander Nemerov
  • Overlooking the Columbia / Erik Steiner
  • How a historian reads a picture / Richard White
  • The complete Stanford albums. Photographs of the Pacific Coast (1862-76)
  • Photographs of the Yosemite Valley (1861 and 1865-66)
  • Photographs of the Columbia River and Oregon (1867 and 1870)
  • Checklist
  • Contributors
  • Acknowledgments
  • Credits.
Born in upstate New York in 1829, Carleton Watkins ventured west in 1848 to strike it rich. Instead of prospecting for gold, Watkins acquired a talent for photography. Through the 1860s and 1870s, Watkins charted the remote American West, and masterfully captured the vast scale and spirit of the Pacific Northwest. Among his most iconic photographs are the dramatic waterfalls, peaks, and valleys of Yosemite Valley. So moving were these images of the Valley that they were instrumental in convincing the 38th U.S. Congress and President Abraham Lincoln to pass the Yosemite Act of 1864, the first official step toward preserving the region and creating a blueprint for America's National Park System. Carleton Watkins: The Stanford Albums presents over 150 images from three of Watkins's albums - Photographs of the Yosemite Valley (1861 and 1865-66), Photographs of the Pacific Coast (1862-76), and Photographs of the Columbia River and Oregon (1867 and 1870) - from the Stanford University Libraries Special Collections. These images represent the definitive collection of Watkins's highest achievements. In addition to the complete albums, the book also features fifteen essays by renowned scholars of the American West, including David M. Kennedy, Alexander Nemerov, and Richard White. Carleton Watkins: The Stanford Albums accompanies an ambitious exhibition of the same name, on view at the Cantor Arts Center from April through August 2014. June 2014 marks the 150th anniversary of the congressional act that preserved Yosemite Valley and launched the national park system in the United States. These photographs - feats of innovation and technology at the dawn of photography - evince the beauty, power, and persuasiveness of the great American landscape.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780804792158 20160614
Green Library, Art & Architecture Library (Bowes), Special Collections

11. I mag [2014 - ]

Journal/Periodical
volumes : illustrations ; 28 cm
Special Collections

12. Lucha libre [2014]

Book
2 folios : 40 illustrations ; 49 x 33 cm, in containers 50 x 35 x 3 cm
"Lucha Libre explores the unique Mexican tradition of masked wrestling, a tradition full of mystique and conjecture. These photos, taken by John O'Leary S. over the course of 10 years (1980-1990), show Lucha Libre's deep human drama in all its highs and lows, and offers a rare insight into Mexican culture."-- Publisher's website, viewed 23 January 2015.
Special Collections
Book
79 p. : ill., port. ; 28 cm
  • Acquiring the Bob Fitch Photography Archive / Roberto Trujillo
  • Placing the Fitch Archive in Stanford's Special Collections / Ben Stone
  • Introduction / Bob Fitch
  • The civil rights movement in the South, 1965-1970 : Martin Luther King Jr. and the Southern Christian Leadership Conference ; Paving the way for black candidates ; Voter education and registration ; The Meredith march against fear ; Black power ; Martin Luther King Jr.'s funeral ; Continuing the work
  • The United Farm Workers, 1969-1975 : Origins of the United Farm Workers ; Organizing farmworkers
  • The anti-Vietnam War movement and the resistance, 1967-1970
  • Dorothy Day and the Catholic Worker Movement, 1970-1973
  • Bob Fitch oral history : Excerpts from an interview with Bob Fitch / Leslie G. Kelen.
Special Collections

14. Ser Guatemalteca [2014]

Book
1 leaf, 15 photographs ; 55 cm x 43 cm
Special Collections
Book
xiv, 447 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
  • The Stanford entertainment
  • The yellow jacket murder
  • God of the sun
  • Harnessing the elephant
  • The photographer
  • Flora Downs
  • Occident
  • Harry Larkyns
  • The octopus
  • Little Harry
  • King Eadweard
  • Marital rights
  • The grocer
  • The immigrant
  • The trial
  • The speculator
  • Verdicts
  • The horse lovers
  • Prestidigitator
  • Motion, study
  • Celluloid
  • The flood.
The story of Eadweard Muybridge, inventor of stop-motion photography and moving pictures--who was also a murderer--and his relationship with Leland Stanford, the wealthy railroad baron and founder of Stanford University.
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Book
[252] pages : ill. ; 22 cm
Dupont visited Angola in 1993. "Civil war was raging and in between trips to the frontlines I spent time photographing a mental asylum in the capital Luanda. I wanted to explore the dark corridors of madness; the damage that war inflicted on the human psyche. A place so vile and horrific, I faced my own fears, disgust and intrigue in order to capture life itself inside Angola's broken minds. ... Twenty years later I journey into my archive vault making a new edit and creation."--Page [250]
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17. Piksa Nuigini [2013]

Book
94 unnumbered pages : photographs (some colour), portraits ; 30 cm + 1 single photograph 26 x 21 cm (in 29 x 23 cm hard folder) (all in 33 x 26 x 7 cm phase box)
An artist's book presented as a photo documentary of indigenous peoples of Papua New Guinea. It shows people in different occupations, ages, genders and peoples come from different regions and ethnic groups of Papua New Guinea with different customs and costumes.
Special Collections
Book
1 portfolio : chiefly ill. ; 52 x 34 cm.
Special Collections

19. Cuentos Chinos [2012]

Book
12 eight-fold accordions in a box : ill. ; 47 cm.
  • 1. Rugido callado = Quiet roar
  • 2. Silencio eloquente = Eloquent silence
  • 3. Oscuros deslumbrantes = Blinding darkness
  • 4. Apresurarse lentamente = Hurry slowly
  • 5. Vista ciega = Blind sight
  • 6. Verdad ficticia = Fictional truth
  • 7. Soledad sonora = Sonorous silence
  • 8. Confusión ordenada = Confused order
  • 9. Gentil descortecia = Gentle rudeness
  • 10. Ambivalencia persistente = Persistent ambivalence
  • 11. Llendo ningun lado = Going nowhere
  • 12. Desmesurada medida = Unmeasured restraint.
Special Collections
Book
120 pages : illustrations ; 29 x 29 cm
"David Johnson, a native of Jacksonville, Florida was the first African American student of Ansel Adams. In his 1946 classes at the California School of Fine Arts (now the San Francisco Art Institute), Johnson was advised to photograph his own neighborhood and document the faces and places with which he was most familiar. He subsequently became an important chronicler of black life in San Francisco in the middle part of the 20th century. ... Now in his late 80's, Johnson is considered a pioneer as a photographer in the San Francisco Fillmore community."--Title page.
Art & Architecture Library (Bowes), Special Collections