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TitleMakerDateAccession #Sorted AscendingMedium
Media File We Make You UsLarry Sultan198585.21.1Screenprint
Eastport, Maine, 1989. Yet control of the world eluded them all; They ended up lonely and gray, Remembering what love They still could recall.Arthur Tress198994.34.10Silver dye bleach print
Media File Portrait of a Culture Foretold, 1987Lorne Greenberg198788.20.2Silver dye bleach print
Motion Picture Prop, near Goulding, Utah, 1986Skeet McAuley198697.84.2Silver dye bleach print
Media File At the PeripheryLaurie Brown199698.72.2Silver dye bleach print
Media File Nuevo Laredo, MexicoAlex Webb199699.20.1Silver dye bleach print
Listener Suemyra Shah, age 17, a political activist and University of California at Berkeley student, protests cuts in the Ethnic Studies Department at Santa Clara University. She was one of the leaders of the successful U.C. Berkeley protests on the same issue for which students had hunger strikes and mounted tent cities, 1999Lauren Greenfield19992000.47.7Silver dye bleach print
Ayana Matthews, age 17, talks to her sister on the phone outside their apartment in Bayview-Hunters Point, 1999Lauren Greenfield19992000.47.26Silver dye bleach print
Josh Farr, age 19, sits with his mother Rosa Robinson at the San Francisco airport before leaving for a trip to Houston that precedes his going away to college. Rosa says she always cries when Josh leaves. He is an only child and she a single mother so they both await with trepidation his departure for the University of Wisconsin where he has received a full scholarship and will be the only African American student in his program, 1999Lauren Greenfield19992000.47.22Silver dye bleach print
A Convict's Home.John Thomsonca. 187781.121.1Woodburytype