Stacy H. Geiken Photographs of Green Library, Bing Wing, 1999
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- .5 linear ft.
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- Geiken, Stacy H.
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- These photographs were commissioned by the Stanford University Libraries to document the reopening of the Bing Wing of Green Library, which had been closed since the Loma Prieta earthquake of 1989. Selected images were used in the Fall 1999 issue of IMPRINT, published by the Associates of the Stanford University Libraries. Included in the collection are 35mm color slides, color negatives (35mm and 4x5 inch), black and white negatives (35mm and 4x5 inch), contact prints for both color and b/w negatives, and 4x5 color transparencies.
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- Stacy Geiken is a San Francisco Bay Area professional photographer, specializing in corporate photography. He earned his B.A. in journalism at Stanford University and his M.A. in photography at the University of Michigan. He is co-founder and co-director of The Palo Alto Photographic Workshops. He has taught at the Brooks Institute of Photography, Lansing Community College, West Valley College, and San Jose City College.
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