Declan Haun collection of visual materials, 1958-1994.

 

Descriptive Inventory for the Collection at the Chicago History Museum, Research Center

By Leigh Moran

 

 

Please address questions to:

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Title: Declan Haun collection of visual materials, 1958-1994.

Main entry: Haun, Declan, 1937-1994, photographer.

Inclusive dates: 1958-1994.

Size:

Call#: 2002.0098 PPL:

ca. 1700 photographic prints : b&w ; 16 x 20 in. and smaller (Series 1)

2111 photographic prints : b&w, contact sheets ; 11 x 14 in. and smaller (Series 3)

Call#: 2002.0098 PPN-0351-0366:

ca. 105,000 negatives : b&w ; 35 mm. (Series 2)

Call#: 2002.0098 PCP-0197-0202:

ca. 1000 photographic prints : col. ;8 x 10 in. and smaller. (Series 4)

Call#: 2002.0098 PCT-0236-0248:

ca. 44,174 transparencies : col., slide ; 35 mm. (Series 5)

Call#: 2002.0098 PCN-0031:

ca. 300 negatives : col. ; 8 x 10 in. and smaller. (Series 6)

Call#: 2002.0098 PFL:

2 photomechanical prints ; 11 x 17 in. (Series 7)

Call#: 2002.0098 F and V:

4 moving picture film reels (Series 8)

1 videotape and copies. (Series 8)

video copies available for original moving picture films and videotape.

 

Restriction: Advance appointment required to view color material in cold storage or negatives in cool storage; please email research@chicagohistory.org.

Restriction: Special supervision is required when researchers consult negatives or transparencies.

Restriction: Video copies are available for viewing instead of original moving image materials.

Provenance statement: Gift of the estate of Declan Haun (accession number: 2002.0098).

Terms governing use: Credit photographer. Copyrights owned by Haun's estate were donated to the Chicago Historical Society with the collection. In general, these copyrights include works created on Haun's freelance assignments through Black Star. However, other businesses (primarily publications such as Life) may own copyrights to some Haun photographs held in their archives under a work-for-hire agreement. The moving picture, Real Self (1971), was produced by Guggenheim Productions, and the production company should be credited if the film is reproduced or licensed for any purpose.

Please cite this collection as: Declan Haun collection of visual materials (Chicago History Museum) plus a detailed description, date, and series/box/folder number of a specific item.

 

This descriptive inventory includes:

Summary description of the collection,

Biographical/historical note,

Description of some material related to the collection,

List of online catalog headings about the collection,

Arrangement of the collection,

Detailed description of archival series within the collection,

Processing note,

List of contents of the collection.

 

Summary description of the collection:

The major images by photojournalist Declan Haun, including photographs made while working for the Charlotte Observer ,1958-1963; and as freelancer for the Black Star agency, 1963-1994, the bulk in 1963-1976 while he resided in Chicago. Includes items made for magazines, such as Life, Newsweek, and Saturday Evening Post; for advertising firms, trade journals and annual reports for corporations, such as Xerox, American Airlines, and International Harvester; and images by Haun while illustrations editor for National Geographic 1976-1982 and Smithsonian Magazine 1982-1984.

 

Topics include March on Washington 1963; aftermath of 16th Street Baptist Church bombing in Birmingham (Ala.); gathering for Selma to Montgomery March 1965; funeral of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.; 1964 election campaigns of Barry Goldwater and George Wallace; inaugural festivities of President Lyndon B. Johnson and Vice-President Hubert Humphrey; Republican National Convention 1968; Democratic National Convention 1972; University of Michigan. Also Southern landscapes and people, especially religious groups, such as the Glenmary Sisters mission in Haysville, North Carolina; Rock Springs Camp Meeting in Denver (N.C.); and United House of Prayer for All People in Charlotte (N.C.). Chicago area topics include open housing marches in Ashburn community of Chicago and in Cicero (Ill.); Chicago police detectives John Sullivan and Peter Valesares; South Side street gang Blackstone Rangers; and Richard Hatcher's mayoral campaigns in Gary (Ind.). Other persons represented include Stan and Jan Berenstein, Phil Donahue, Peter and Polly Gott, Don and Bennie Lee Lewis, Rudolph Wanderone (Minnesota Fats), Otto Kerner, Jr., George McGovern, Richard Nixon and Patricia Nixon and Jean Bell.

 

Missing this folder: Series 5, box 13, folder 29: ND/1984/1989 Unidentified-people ND.745-ND.754.

 

Biographical note:

Declan Haun was born in Detroit, Michigan, on March 17, 1937. Though introduced to photography at a young age by his father Charles Haun, a Detroit Free Press photo-editor, Haun explored diverse academic fields, such as architecture and Spanish, before turning to a career in photography. After working as an apprentice for Detroit freelance photographer Joe "the Hill Billy Snap Shooter" Clark, 1957-1958, Haun joined the staff of the Charlotte Observer in Charlotte, North Carolina in 1958. The Observer was one of only a handful of newspapers nationally that were using smaller format cameras in natural light rather than the medium format Speed Graphic cameras traditionally used in newspaper photojournalism. This shift in technology resulted in a new aesthetic sensibility at the Observer, and Haun and his colleagues soon gained a national reputation for their artful and unorthodox coverage of the news.

 

In early 1963, Haun left the Observer after being hired by Black Star, an international picture agency representing freelancers. Association with the agency helped Haun get assignments covering news events with major magazines, such as Life, Newsweek, and The Saturday Evening Post, as well as assignments with advertising agencies for large corporate projects, such as annual reports and articles in trade journals for companies like International Harvester, Xerox and American Airlines.

 

In late 1963, Black Star moved Haun to Chicago, where he lived and worked as a freelance photojournalist for the next 14 years. During his first decade with Black Star, Haun was given editorial assignments covering presidential campaigns and elections, such as the 1964 campaigns of Arizona Senator Barry Goldwater and Alabama Governor George Wallace, as well as the political conventions of, both, the Democratic and Republican parties of 1964 and 1968. In 1965, Haun covered the inaugural of President Lyndon B. Johnson and Vice-President Hubert Humphrey. Throughout the 1960s, Haun also covered numerous events notable to the struggle for civil rights among African Americans, including the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom (1963), the aftermath of the 16th Street Church bombing in Birmingham (1963) and the gathering of supporters in Selma, Alabama, before the Selma to Montgomery march for voting rights (though Haun was unable to attend the actual march) (1965), and the funeral of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. (1968). Additionally, his photograph of a young civil rights worker demonstrating in Monroe, North Carolina, entitled Justice (1961), made during his employment at the Charlotte Observer, appeared in numerous exhibitions and publications urging support for the civil rights movement throughout the decade. Living in Chicago, Haun was well positioned to document the struggles for civil rights in the Midwest, including school boycotts (1963), the West Side race riots (1965), open housing marches in the Ashburn neighborhood of Chicago (1966), the CORE march in Cicero, Illinois (1966), the Blackstone Rangers street gang (1967), and the mayoral campaign and election of African American lawyer Richard Hatcher in Gary, Indiana, (1967).

 

From 1967-1969, Haun worked under exclusive contract for Life magazine, which restricted him from working for any of the magazine's national competitors, including Look and the Saturday Evening Post. The rights to any negatives Haun made while on assignment for Life during this period are owned by the magazine and images are retained in its archive. Haun continued to be represented by Black Star during this period, but, given the restrictions of his Life contract, the majority of his work for the agency included industrial and commercial assignments.

 

From 1969-1976, Haun continued to work as a freelance photographer in Chicago while also exploring other career opportunities, such as film making and film production for Washington D.C. based Guggenheim Productions. In 1971, Haun produced a short film entitled Real Self for Guggenheim, also in this collection, which included a number of his own photographs, as well as those of photographers, Jack Jaffe, Michael Mauney and John White.

 

Though he remained associated with Black Star until his death in 1994 his most active period with the agency ended in 1976 when he moved from Chicago to Washington D.C. to work as an illustrations editor for the National Geographic magazine. Haun worked for National Geographic until 1982. From 1982-1984 Haun worked in a similar position for Smithsonian Magazine. Haun died in Washington D.C. on March 7, 1994.

 

Description of some material related to the collection:

Related material at the Chicago History Museum includes the Declan Haun papers.

 

List of online catalog headings about the collection:

The following headings were placed in the online catalog of the Chicago History Museum:

Subjects:

Haun, Declan, 1937-1994.

Hatcher, Richard G., 1933-

King, Martin Luther, Jr., 1929-1968--Death and burial.

Goldwater, Barry M. (Barry Morris), 1909-

Wallace, George C. (George Corley), 1919-

Blackstone Rangers (Chicago, Ill.)

Democratic National Convention (1972 : Miami Beach, Fla.)

Republican National Convention (29th : 1968 : Miami, Fla.)

African Americans--Alabama.

African Americans--Indiana--Gary.

African Americans--Illinois--Chicago.

Bombings--Alabama--Birmingham--20th century.

Civil rights movements--Southern States--20th century.

Civil rights movements--Illinois--Chicago.

Demonstrations--Washington (D.C.)

Discrimination in housing--Illinois--Chicago--20th century.

Photojournalists--United States.

Photojournalists--Illinois--Chicago.

March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, Washington, D.C., 1963.

Religious services--North Carolina.

Selma-Montgomery Rights March, 1965.

Vietnam Moratorium, Oct. 15, 1969.

Chicago (Ill.)--1960-1979.

Ashburn (Chicago, Ill.)

Cicero (Ill.)--Social conditions--20th century.

Gary (Ind.)--Politics and government--20th century.

Real self (film)

 

Form/genres:

Film negatives.

Photographic prints--Color.

Photomechanical prints.

Portrait photographs.

Silver gelatin prints.

Slides--Color

Film negatives--Color.

Contact sheets.

Motion pictures (visual works).

Video recordings.

 

Arrangement of the collection:

The collection is arranged in 8 series.

Series 1: ca. 1700 photographic prints: b&w ; 16 x 20 in. and smaller.

Call#: 2002.0098.2 PPL (16 boxes)

Series 2: ca. 105,000 negatives :b&w ; 35mm.

Call#: 2002.0098.2 PPN-0351-366 (16 boxes)

Series 3: 2111 photographic prints: b&w, contact sheets ; 11 x 14 in. and smaller.

Call#: 2002.0098.2 PPL (10 boxes)

Series 4: ca. 1000 photographic prints : col. ; 8 x 10 in. and smaller.

Call#: 2002.0098.2 PCP-0197-0202 (6 boxes) -- Restriction: Advance appointment required to view color material in cold storage.

Series 5: ca. 44174 transparencies : col., slides ; 35mm.

Call#: 2002.0098.2 PCT-0236-0248 (13 boxes) -- Restriction: Advance appointment required to view color material in cold storage.

Missing this folder: box 13, folder 29: ND/1984/1989 Unidentified-people ND.745-ND.754.

Series 6: ca. 300 negatives : col. ; 8 x 10 in. and smaller.

Call#: 2002.0098.2 PCN-0031, (1 box) -- Restriction: Advance appointment required to view color material in cold storage.

Series 7: 2 photomechanical prints, 11 x 17 in.

Call#: 2002.0098.2 PFL (1 folder)

Series 8: 4 films, 1 videotape and surrogate copies.

Call#: 2002.0098.2 F and 2002.00898.2 V / Storage: Media Rm 0MM.D2.S5 (3 boxes).

 

Detailed description of archival series within the collection:

Black and white photographic prints (Series 1) were created by Declan Haun or by persons associated with him, are organized according to subject headings based on LCTGM.

 

Dated black and white negatives (Series 2) are organized by year. Each sheet of negatives is assigned a prefix indicating year (e.g. the year 1965 is identified by the prefix 65) and a suffix indicating sequence in the collection (e.g. 65.100 indicates the one-hundredth negative sheet among negatives made in 1965). Please note: negative sheets are not necessarily organized chronologically within each year. Undated negatives are indicated by the prefix ND, which stands for No Date (e.g. ND.200 indicates the two-hundredth negative sheet among all undated negatives).

 

In Series 3, there are corresponding contact sheets for less than 50 percent of black and white negatives in Series 2. The collection also includes hundreds of contact sheets for negatives that are not in the collection, some of which may be retained in the archive of Life magazine, for which Haun worked under exclusive contract 1967-1969. Contact sheets in boxes 1-4 of Series 3 have corresponding negatives in the collection at the Chicago History Museum. Contact sheets in boxes 5-8 of Series 3 do not have corresponding negatives in the CHS collection.

 

In addition to this finding aid, information about negatives and contact sheets can be found in the Declan Haun negatives database (originally created on behalf of the Haun estate and updated by the Chicago History Museum), a hard copy of which is located in storage with Series 1 and 2.

 

Color transparencies (slides; Series 5) constitute a large part of the collection and are organized into thirteen large boxes and subdivided into smaller boxes (identified in this finding aid as "inside containers") or folders. Boxes 1-12 contain these smaller boxes as "inside containers," and Box 13 contains folders. Because of their research value, a small selection of color transparencies are also listed in the negatives database. As of 2013, this folder is missing: Series 5, box 13, folder 29: ND/1984/1989 Unidentified-people ND.745-ND.754.

 

The color photographic print (Series 4) and color negative (Series 6) components of the collection are relatively small and generally organized by size rather than date or subject.

 

Series 8 includes a few films and videos made by Declan Haun, including the film Real Self (1971), produced by Guggenheim Productions. The production company should be credited if the film is reproduced or licensed for any purpose.

 

Processing note:

The Declan Haun collection was originally inventoried by Mary Ann Redding, a Columbia College student hired by the Haun family to create a database of the collection previous to donating materials to Chicago Historical Society in 2002. At Chicago Historical Society, the collection was processed by interns Mitrah Rasti, Kristalyn Shefveland, Rachel Jackson, and Francine Keyes, 2002-2004. Chicago Historical Society interns edited and improved Redding's database, organized the print component of the collection into subject headings and created series categories. Leigh Moran, CHS Collection Manager, created the finding aid.

 

List of contents of the collection:

Series 1: Black & white photographic prints (17 boxes), Call#: 2002.0098.2 PPL

box 1 (8x10 in.)

folders:

1 Architectural sites and components

2 Architectural sites and components

3 Architectural sites and components--Interiors

4 Art

5 Buildings

6 Cityscapes

7 Communication devices--Writing systems--Graffiti

8 Dwellings

9 Entertainment--Theatrical productions

10 Events--Demonstrations

11 Events--Demonstrations (Washington D.C.) Anti-war demonstrations, Vietnam Moratorium 1969

 

box 2 (8 x 10 in.)

folders:

1 Events, Demonstrations (Washington D.C.) Anti-war demonstrations, Vietnam Moratorium 1969

2 Events, Demonstrations--Civil rights demonstrations

3 Events, Demonstrations (Illinois, Chicago) Civil rights demonstrations

4 Events, Demonstrations--Civil rights demonstrations (Alabama) Selma to Montgomery march 1965

5 Events, Demonstrations--Civil rights demonstrations (Alabama) Selma to Montgomery march 1965

6 Events, Demonstrations--Civil rights Demonstrations (Washington D.C.) March on Washington 1963

7 Events, Demonstrations (Washington D.C.) Earth Day

8 Events--Exhibitions--Art exhibitions (New York, New York) Bloomingdale's Israel Exhibit

9 Events--Meetings

10 Events--Meetings--Conventions--Political conventions (Illinois, Chicago) Democratic National Convention 1968

11 Events--Meetings--Conventions--Political conventions (Florida, Miami) Democratic National Convention 1972

12 Events--Meetings--Conventions--Political conventions (Florida, Miami) Republican National Convention 1968

13 Events--Meetings--Religious meetings

14 Events--Meetings--Religious meetings (North Carolina, Denver) Rock Springs Camp Meeting

15 Events--Meetings--Religious meetings (North Carolina, Charlotte) United House of Prayer for all People

 

box 3 (8 x 10 in.)

folders:

1 Events--Parades and processions (Illinois, Chicago) Gay Pride Parade ca. 1971

2 Events--Parades and processions--St. Patrick's Day Parade, Edward M. Kennedy 1970

3 Events--Parades and processions--St. Patrick's Day Parade, Edward M. Kennedy 1970 (spectators)

4 Facilities--Commercial facilities--Eating and drinking facilities--Bars

5 Facilities--Industrial facilities--Factories

6 Facilities--Industrial facilities--Factories

7 Facilities--Religious facilities--Churches

8 Facilities--Religious facilities--Churches (Alabama, Birmingham) 16th Street Church bombing 1963

 

box 4 (8 x 10 in.)

folders:

1 Hunting--Rabbit Hunting

2 Industry--Television industry

3 Manners and customs--City and town life

4 Manners and customs--City and town life

5 Manners and customs--City and town life

6 Manners and customs--City and town life

7 Manners and customs--City and town life (Michigan, Detroit) "A Day in the Life of Detroit"

8 Manners and customs--Country life

9 Manners and customs--Country life

10 Manners and customs--Entertaining--Parties--Dance parties

11 Manners and customs--Rites and ceremonies--Presidential inaugurations (Washington D.C.) Lyndon Johnson and Hubert Humphrey

12 Manners and customs--Rites and ceremonies--Presidential inaugurations (Washington D.C.) Lyndon Johnson and Hubert Humphrey

 

box 5 (8 x 10 in.)

folders:

1 Medicine--Dentistry

2 Nature

3 Nature

4 Organizations--Gangs (Illinois, Chicago)

5 Organizations--Gangs (Indiana, Gary)

6 People--Artists

7 People--Celebrities (at unidentified black-tie function)

8 People--Celebrities (New York, New York) During filming of Roseland 1977

9 People--Celebrities (New York, New York) During filming of Roseland 1977

10 People--Celebrities--Lee Bouvier Radziwill

 

box 6 (8 x 10 in.)

folders:

1 People--Celebrities--Phil Donahue

2 People--Celebrities--Phil Donahue

3 People--Children

4 People--Children

5 People--Children--School Children

6 People--Civil rights leaders--Jesse Jackson

7 People--Civil rights leaders--Martin Luther King, Jr.

8 People--Civil rights leaders--Martin Luther King, Jr. (funeral)

9 People--Families

10 People--Families

 

box 7 (8 x 10 in.)

folders:

1 People--Families

2 People--Families

3 People--Families

4 People--Families--Stan and Jan Berenstein

5 People--Families (North Carolina, Asheville) Peter and Polly Gott

5 People--Families (South Carolina, Campobello) Don and Bennie Lee Lewis

6 People--Lawyers

7 People--Men

8 People--Men

9 People--Men

10 People--Men

 

box 8 (8 x 10 in.)

folders:

1 People--Men

2 People--Men

3 People--Men--John C. Krupa

4 People--Men--Jeff O'Connell

5 People--Men--Carl Sandburg

6 People--Men--Tom Walters

7 People--Men--Rudolph Wanderone (Minnesota Fats)

8 People--Men--Rudolph Wanderone (Minnesota Fats)

9 People--Office workers

10 People--People associated with entertainment and sports--Musicians

 

box 9 (8 x 10 in.)

folders:

1 People--People associated with entertainment and sports--Musicians--Miles Davis

2 People--People associated with education and communication--University of Michigan

3 People--People associated with education and communication--University of Michigan

4 People--People associated with education and communication--University of Michigan

5 People--People associated with education and communication--University of Michigan

6 People--People associated with health and safety--Nurses

7 People--People associated with health and safety--Police--R.J. DiGrazia

8 People--People associated with manual labor--Men

9 People--People associated with manual labor--Men

10 People--People associated with manual labor--Men

11 People--People associated with manual labor--Women

 

box 10 (8 x 10 in.)

folders:

1 People--People associated with politics and government--Robert F. Kennedy

2 People--People associated with politics and government--John F. Kennedy (funeral)

3 People--People associated with Politics and Government--Otto Kerner, Jr.

4 People--People associated with Politics and Government--George McGovern

5 People--People associated with Politics and Government--Richard and Patricia Nixon

6 People--People associated with politics and government--George Wallace

7 People--People associated with religion--Nuns

8 People--People associated with religion--Nuns, Glenmary Sisters (Mountain mission near Haysville, NC)

9 People--Women

10 People--Women

11 People--Women--Jean Bell

12 People--Women--Jean Bell

 

box 11 (8 x 10 in.)

folders:

1 Political participation

2 Political participation--Political elections--Mayoral elections (Indiana, Gary) Richard Hatcher

3 Political participation--Political elections--Mayoral elections (Indiana, Gary) Richard Hatcher

4 Political participation--Political elections--Mayoral elections (Indiana, Gary) Richard Hatcher

5 Political participation--Political elections--Mayoral elections (Indiana, Gary) Richard Hatcher

6 Political participation--Political elections--Mayoral elections (Indiana, Gary) Richard Hatcher

7 Political participation--Political elections--Mayoral elections (Indiana, Gary) Richard Hatcher

8 Political participation--Political elections--Mayoral elections (Indiana, Gary) Richard Hatcher

9 Political participation--Political elections--Mayoral elections (Indiana, Gary) Richard Hatcher

10 Political participation--Political elections--Mayoral elections (Indiana, Gary) Richard Hatcher (supporters)

11 Political participation--Political elections--Mayoral elections (Indiana, Gary) Richard Hatcher (supporters)

12 Political participation--Political elections--Mayoral elections (Indiana, Gary) Richard Hatcher (supporters)

 

box 12 (8 x 10 in.)

folders:

1 Political participation--Political elections--Mayoral elections (Indiana, Gary) Joe Radigan

2 Political participation--Political elections--Mayoral elections (Indiana, Gary) during campaign of Richard Hatcher

3 Political participation--Political elections--Mayoral elections (Indiana, Gary) during campaign of Richard Hatcher

4 Political participation--Political elections--Mayoral elections (Indiana, Gary) during campaign of Richard Hatcher

5 Political participation--Political elections--Mayoral elections (Indiana, Gary) during campaign of Richard Hatcher

6 Political participation--Political parades and rallies (California, San Francisco) Barry Goldwater

7 Political participation--Political parades and rallies (Oregon, Portland) Barry Goldwater

8 Political participation--Political parades and rallies (Utah, Salt Lake City) Barry Goldwater

9 Political participation--Political parades and rallies (Washington, Spokane) Barry Goldwater

10 Recreation--Games

11 Recreations--Games--Gambling (Indiana, Gary)

12 Vehicles--Automobiles

 

box 13 (11 x 14 in.)

folders:

1 Art

2 Buildings

3 Dwellings

4 Events--Demonstrations

5 Events--Demonstrations (Washington D.C.) Anti-war demonstrations--Vietnam Moratorium 1969

6 Events--Demonstrations--Civil rights demonstrations (Alabama) Selma to Montgomery march 1965

7 Events--Demonstrations--Civil rights demonstrations (Illinois, Chicago) Open-housing march 1966

8 Events--Exhibitions--Art exhibitions (South Carolina, Lancaster)

9 Events--Meetings--Religious meetings

10 Events--Meetings--Religious meetings (North Carolina, Denver) Rock Springs Camp Meeting

11 Events--Meetings--Religious meetings (North Carolina, Charlotte) United House of Prayer for all People

12 Facilities--Religious facilities--Churches

13 Facilities--Religious facilities--Churches (Alabama, Birmingham) 16th Street Baptist Church bombing 1963

14 Health care facilities--Hospitals (Virginia, Roanoke) Sheltering Arms Hospital

15 Industry

16 Manners and customs--Rites and ceremonies--Presidential inaugurations (Washington D.C.) Lyndon Johnson and Hubert Humphrey

17 Marriage--Weddings

18 Nature

19 Organizations--Gangs (Illinois, Chicago) Blackstone Rangers

20 People--Children

21 People--Families

22 People--Families (North Carolina, Asheville) Peter and Polly Gott family

 

box 14 (11 x 14 in.)

folders:

1 People--Families (South Carolina, Campobello) Don and Bennie Lee Lewis

2 People--Families (South Carolina, Campobello) Don and Bennie Lee Lewis

3 People--Men

4 People--Men--Phil Donahue

5 People--Men--Carl Sandburg

6 People--Office workers

7 People--People associated with agriculture--Farmers

8 People--People associated with health and safety--Physicians (Missouri) Dr. Kenneth L. Kelsey

9 People--People associated with health and safety--Physicians (Missouri) Dr. Kenneth L. Kelsey

10 People--People associated with health and safety--Physicians (Missouri) Dr. Kenneth L. Kelsey

 

box 15 (11 x 14 in.)

folders:

1 People--People associated with health and safety--Police (Illinois, Chicago) Detectives John Sullivan and Peter Valesares

2 People--People associated with health and safety--Police (Illinois, Chicago) Detectives John Sullivan and Peter Valesares

3 People--People associated with health and safety--Police (Illinois, Chicago) Detectives John Sullivan and Peter Valesares

4 People--People associated with manual labor--Laborers at Morton Salt

5 People--People associated with religion

6 People--People associated with religion--Nuns--Glenmary Sisters (Mountain mission located near Haysville, NC)

7 People--Women

8 People--Women

 

box 16 (11 x 14 in.)

folders:

1 Political participation

2 Political participation (North Carolina, Charlotte) Election night at the Hotel Charlotte 1962

3 Political participation--Political Elections--Mayoral Elections (Indiana, Gary) Richard Hatcher

4 Political participation--Political Elections--Mayoral Elections (Indiana, Gary) Richard Hatcher

5 Political participation--Political Elections--Mayoral Elections (Indiana, Gary) Richard Hatcher (supporters of Richard Hatcher)

6 Political participation--Political Elections--Mayoral Elections (Indiana, Gary)-Photographs of Gary made by Haun during mayoral campaign of Richard Hatcher

7 Political participation--Political Elections--Mayoral Elections (Indiana, Gary) Photographs of Gary made by Haun during mayoral campaign of Richard Hatcher

8 Political participation--Political parades and rallies--Barry Goldwater

9 Political participation--Political parades and rallies (California, San Francisco) Barry Goldwater

10 Political participation--Political parades and rallies (Oregon, Portland) Barry Goldwater

11 Political participation--Political parades and rallies (Utah, Salt Lake City) Barry Goldwater

12 Political participation--Political parades and rallies (Washington, Spokane) Barry Goldwater

13 Political participation--Political parades and rallies (Wisconsin, Sheboygan) George Wallace 1964

14 Sports--Ice hockey

 

box 17 (16 x 20 in.)

folders:

1 Dwellings

2 Events--Demonstrations (Washington D.C.) Anti-war demonstrations--Vietnam Moratorium 1969

3 Events--Demonstrations--Civil rights demonstrations

4 Events--Demonstrations--Civil rights demonstrations (Alabama) Selma to Montgomery march 1965

5 Events--Demonstrations--Civil rights demonstrations (Washington, D.C.) March on Washington 1963

6 Events--Exhibitions--Art exhibitions (South Carolina, Lancaster)

7 Events--Meetings--Religious meetings--United House of Prayer for all People (Charlotte, N.C.)

8 Manners and customs--Country life

9 People--Men

10 Political participation--Political parades and rallies (Utah, Salt Lake City) Barry Goldwater

 

Series 2: Black & white negatives, 35 mm. (16 boxes), Call# 2002.0098.2 PPN-0351-0366

box 1: 1957-1961

folders: 1-17 57.001-61.150

 

box 2: 1962-1963

folders: 1-20 62.001-63.197

 

box 3: 1963-1964

folders: 1-17 63.198-64.286

 

box 4: 1964

folders: 1-13 64.287-64.618

 

box 5: 1965

folders: 1-15 65.001-65.338

 

box 6: 1965

folders: 1-16 65.339-65.634

 

box 7: 1965-1966

folders: 1-23 65.637-66.145

 

box 8: 1966

folders: 1-12 66.146-66.516

 

box 9: 1966-1967

folders: 1-12 66.534-67.141

 

box 10: 1967-1968

folders: 1-17 67.142-68.175

 

box 11: 1970-1973

folders: 1-22 68.176-70.84

 

box 12: 1970-1971

folders: 1-14 70.85-71.103

 

box 13: 1972-1976

folders: 1-33 72.01-76.07

 

box 14: 1976-1991 and negatives with no dates (ND)

folders: 1-35 76.08-91.04

folders: 36-38 ND.01-ND.76

 

box 15: Negatives with no dates

folders: 1-16 ND.77-ND.303

 

box 16: Negatives with no dates

folders: 1-21 ND.304-ND.775

 

Series 3: Black & white contact sheets 8 x 10 in., (10 boxes), Call#: 2002.0098.2 PPL

(Contact sheets in boxes 1-4 have corresponding negatives in the CHS collection.

Contact sheets in boxes 5-8 do not have corresponding negatives in the CHS collection.)

 

box 1: 1960-1964.471

folders: 1-25 60.001-64.471

 

box 2: 1965-1968

folders: 1-29 64.472-68.41

 

box 3: 1969-1991

folders: 1-37 69.001-91.006

 

box 4: No Dates

folders: 1-28 ND.001-ND.774

 

box 5: 1963-August 1966

folders: 1-28 no negatives

 

box 6: August 1966-August 1967

folders: 1-19 no negatives

 

box 7: September 1967-1986

folders: 1-32 no negatives

 

box 8: No Dates

folders: 1-36 no negatives

 

Series 4: Color photographs 11 x 19 in. and smaller (6 boxes) Call#: 2002.98.2 PCP-0197-0202

Restriction: Advance appointment required to view color material in cold storage.

box 1: 37 Silver dye bleach prints; Untitled and undated

folders:

1 P992-P1005

2 P1006-P1018

3 P1019-P1236

 

box 2: 1987-1991, Color Photographs

folders:

1 July 1987 Unidentified people planning exhibition

2-12 1987-1988 Persian Gulf (National Geographic Society)

13 September 1988 National Geographic Odyssey exhibit at Corcoran Museum

14 1989 Donegal, Ireland

15 July 1990 Unidentified-book and flowers on table

16 July 1991 Unidentified-woman in front of statue, woman with Odyssey magazines

 

box 3: Unidentified mounted color photoprints; Untitled and undated

folders:

1 Five mounted color prints relating to landscapes and cityscapes and scenes

2 Four mounted color prints relating to city scenes and architectural details

 

box 4:

15 matted Polaroid prints; Untitled 1981-1982. Washington, D.C., New York City, Philadelphia, Rockport (Maine), New Orleans and other unidentified locations.

 

box 5:

370 Polaroid prints; Untitled, undated photographs of architectural details, landscapes, everyday objects

 

box 6: Exhibition prints

folders:

1 Events--Demonstrations--Civil rights demonstrations (Alabama) Selma to Montgomery march 1965

2 Events--Demonstrations--Civil rights Demonstrations (Illinois, Cicero) 1966

3 Events--Demonstrations--Civil rights Demonstrations (Washington D.C.) March on Washington 1963

4 Events--Meetings--Conventions--Political Conventions (Florida, Miami) Republican National Convention 1968

5 People--Civil rights leaders--Martin Luther King, Jr. (funeral)

 

Series 5: Color transparencies, 35mm slides (13 boxes), Call#: 2002.0098.2 PCT-0236-0248

Restriction: Advance appointment required to view color material in cold storage.

box 1: 1968-1971

inside containers:

1: 1968 Martin Luther King funeral, Chicago riots

(SEE ALSO box 13, folder 1)

2: 1968 George Wallace

3-8: 1968 Republican Convention, Miami, FL

9-11: 1970 Quebec, Canada

12-20: 1971 Monterey Peninsula

 

box 2: 1971-1985

inside containers:

1-7: 1971 Monterey Peninsula

8: 1972 Puerto Rican Family in New York City

9-13: 1973 EPA Documerica

14: 1974 John Glenn; ND Charles Percy

15-18: 1983-1987 Speech

19-20: 1984-1985 Civil War Battlefields

(SEE ALSO box 13, folder 12)

 

box 3: 1984-1985

inside containers:

1-20: 1984-1985 Civil War Battlefields

(SEE ALSO box 13, folder 12)

 

box 4: 1985

inside containers:

1-6: 1985 Meredith Vineyards, Middleburg, VA

7-9: 1985 Computers, Those Amazing Things

10-12: 1985 Hot Springs National Parks

13-17: 1985 Arkansas Canoe Trip

18: 1985 Famine Aid; ND U of I Turmoil in the Grad Schools

19: 1985 Jaques Cousteau; ND Barry Goldwater; ND Mrs. Joe Louis; ND Junior Wells

20: 1985 Chestertown, Maryland

 

box 5: 1985-1987

inside containers:

1: 1985 Iranian Demonstration; 1987 Air & Space Magazine

2-4: 1986 Poconos

5-8: 1986 Annapolis

(SEE ALSO box 13, folder 6)

9-12: 1986 Pine Barrens

(SEE ALSO box 13, folder 22)

13-15: 1986 Lock Haven

(SEE ALSO box 13, folder 7)

16-20: 1986 Liberty

 

box 6: 1986

inside containers:

1-4: 1986 Liberty

5-6: 1986 Forbes Magazine

7-20: 1986 Peru

 

box 7: 1986-1987

inside containers:

1-19: 1986 Mackinac Island

(SEE ALSO box 13, folder 5)

20: 1987 Jordan, ND Kids

 

box 8: 1987-1989

inside containers:

1-4: 1987 Bermuda for Allstate; Gladys for Allstate; Monopoly for Allstate

(SEE ALSO box 13, folders 3 & 27)

5-8: 1988 Persian Gulf

9-20: 1989 Donegal, Ireland

 

box 9: 1989

inside containers:

1-18: 1989 Donegal, Ireland

19: 1989 Don Wilson; ND Buckminster Fuller

 

box 10: 1990-various/no date

inside containers:

1-2: 1990 Japan

(SEE ALSO box 13, folder 18)

3-5: 1990 Virginia POW

6: 1964 LA Skyline; 1977 Maine; 1981 Helsinki

7: 1972 Light Patterns; 1981-1982 SX70 Copies

8: 1972 Girard; 1989 Lynne Cheney; ND Lee Radziwill

9: 1979 Eisenhower; 1986 James Watt; ND Truman; ND Taft

10: various B&W Copy Slides

11: various People

12: ND Lyndon Baines Johnson; Governor Ogilvie

13: ND McGovern; Hubert H. Humphrey

14-15: ND Puerto Rico

 

box 11: All Miscellaneous-various 1966-1993

inside containers:

1: 1989 Chairs; 1985 Clouds; 1993 Basketball Hoop; 1993 Cement Cross; 1989 Windows; 1989 Gears; 1964 Colombus, Indiana Architecture

2: 1989 Blind Woman; ND Frozen Kidney

3: 1993 Church; 1969 Life Afloat; ND Earth Day

4: 1966 Lyman Family

(SEE ALSO box 13, folder 4; various Architectural Details; ND Amish)

5: Miscellaneous

6: 1986 House Construction

(SEE ALSO box 13, folder 16; 1973 Clown)

7: 1966 Mississippi River Scenes

8: ND Delta Queen; ND Tom Sawyer Days

9: 1985 Mt. Vernon; 1985 Monticello; 1986 Haines Point; 1981 Mendota; 1987 Richmond

10: ND Southern Ante-Bellum Plantations; ND Apollo 11

11: 1977 Cemetery

12: 1993 Farmlands; ND Model Farm Vehicles

13: 1989 Model Trains

14: 1980 Stained Glass Windows

 

box 12: All Miscellaneous-various 1980-1990

inside containers:

1: 1989 Moon & Star

2-12: 1989 Urban Field Walk

13-29: 1989 Steam Engine Show, plus 113 slides in sleeves

30-42: 1989 Battle of Brandywine, plus 63 slides in sleeves

43-46: 1990 Helen Thomas

47: larger box of duplicate slides and lecture slides

48-86: 1980 Various Houses, location uncertain

87-94: 1985 Unidentified-man on boat

 

box 13: All Miscellaneous-ND & various dates 1965-1990

folders:

1 Selma to Montgomery March and Martin Luther King, Jr. ) ND.688-ND.693

(SEE ALSO Series 5, box 1 inside container1

2 1983-1987 Lecture Slides ND.694-ND.707

3 ND Allstate Selects ND.709-ND.711

(SEE ALSO box 8)

4 1966 Lyman Family (Life) 66.518-66.525

(SEE ALSO box 11)

5 1986 Mackinac Island 86.002-86.008

(SEE ALSO box 7)

6 1985 Unidentified-man on boat 85.002-85.006

(SEE ALSO box 12)

6 1986 Annapolis 86.009-86.016

(SEE ALSO box 5)

7 1986 Lock Haven 86.017-86.027

(SEE ALSO box 5)

8 1966 Galvin of Motorola (taken for Fortune) 66.526

9 1985-1989 Washington Scenes ND.712-ND.721

10 1972 Chicago Before Sears Tower 72.060-72.061

11 1985 Chicago 85.007-85.008

12 1984-1985 Civil War Battlefields ND.722-ND.7280

(SEE ALSO boxes 2 & 3)

13 ND Farmers ND.730-731

14 1986 Assignment Modern Maturity 86.028-86.031

15 ND, Young Ted Kennedy ND.732

16 1986 House Building 86.032-86.034

(SEE ALSO box 11)

17 ND Latinos ND.733-ND.736

18 1990 Japan 90.003-90.011

(SEE ALSO box 10)

19 1973 Unidentified-family photos- returned to family

20 1967 Ballet Dancers on a Farm 67.365-67.366

21 1965 Unidentified Location-wreckage & debris 65.607

22 1986 Pine Barrens 86.035-86.039

(SEE ALSO box 5)

23 1986 Unidentified-nature 86.040

24 1990 Men Fishing 90.012-90.013

25 1986 Frank Morley (Fortune 500) 86.041-86.043

26 1969 Agnew, Graham, Nixon 69.021

27 1987 Monopoly for Allstate 87.030

(SEE ALSO box 8)

28 1985-1986 Unidentified-places & events ND.737-ND.744

29 MISSING (2013) ND/1984/1989 Unidentified-people ND.745-ND.754

30 1968 Martin Luther King Funeral (68.231-68.232)

31 1968 Robert F. Kennedy funeral train (68.236-68.237)

32 1968 Republican National Convention (68.238-68.241)

33 1971 Monterey Peninsula (71.092-71.103)

34 ND Mayor Richard Hatcher in Gary, Mississippi ND.755-ND.756

35 1966 Cicero March 66.527-66.529

36 JFK's Arlington grave on President Johnson's Inauguration Day 65.608-65.609

37 1970 Peace Demonstration against Cambodia in Washington, D.C. 70.171-70.172

38 11/15/1969 Moratorium, Washington, D.C. 69.022

39 1968 Chicago Riots 68.283-68.285

40 July 1967 Detroit Riots 67.367

41 1963 Civil Rights Movement, March on Washington 63.181-68.183

42 Circa 1968 Unidentified (military action related to riots) 68.286-68.288

43 3/17/1970 Ted and Joan Kennedy at St. Patrick's Day Parade 70.173

44 12/1973 Photographs from a series on Families.

45 ND-766 Unidentified family

 

Series 6: Color negatives 8 x 10 in. and smaller (1 box), Call#: 2002.0098.2 PCN-0031

Restriction: Advance appointment required to view color material in cold storage.

box 1: 1966 1987-1988 & No Dates

folders:

1 1987-1988 Unidentified people planning exhibition, National Geographic Odyssey exhibition at Corcoran Museum

2 ca.1989 Ireland (ND.530-ND.532)

3 1966 Cicero March

4-5 No Date (ND.396-ND.409)

6 No Date (ND.410-ND.411)

 

Series 7: Posters: 2 photomechanical prints, 11 x 17 in, Call#: 2002.0098.2 PFL

folder 1: Two photomechanical prints

 

Series 8: Film and video (4 films, 1 videotape and surrogate copies),

Call#: 2002.0098.2 F and 2002.0098.2 V in Media Rm. 0MM.D2.S5 (3 boxes)

box 1: Two copies of the film, "Real Self"

box 2: One film, "Metzenbaum bio"--probably about politician Howard Metzenbaum

One film, "Home movies"

One Beta cassette, NOVA, "City Spaces, Human Places"

box 3: Beta and VHS copies of films and video in boxes 1-2.