Thomas W. and Margaret K. Tenney Collection

  • 1858-2003 (Bulk: ca.1960-1979)
  • 228 boxes (125 linear feet)
  • Call no.: PH 045

Long-time residents of Berkeley, California, Thomas W. Tenney and his wife Margaret took up photography in a serious way in the early 1960s. Photographing the Bay Area scene and publishing in the New York Times and elsewhere, Thomas Tenney became a full-time photographer by about 1960. His photographic interests ranged from urban landscapes and advertising signs to the popular culture of the 1960s and 1970s. Margaret Tenney, also a photographer, was a visual artist who worked in collage and monoprint. For over a decade, the couple took summer trips to New England to photograph colonial and early national gravestones, culminating in a public exhibition of their work in 1972 at the Bolles Gallery in San Francisco.

A vast array of the Tenneys' photography, artwork, and collection of historic photographs, including thousands of photographs and negatives ranging from the mid-19th century to the early 2000s.

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Background on Thomas W. and Margaret K. Tenney


An image of: Submit Gaylord, 1766, Hadley, Mass.

Submit Gaylord, 1766, Hadley, Mass.

Biographical essay prepared by Will Tenney and produced as a booklet entitled "In Memoriam: Thomas Walker Tenney (1920-2012) and Margaret Whitney Kalw Tenney (1922-2011).

Thomas Walkter Tenney was born February 13, 1920 in Evanston, Illinois, son of Jeannette Walker and Dr. Horace Kent Tenney, Jr. His grandfather, Horace Kent Tenney, was a successful Chicago lawyer. Thos is descended from Thomas Tenney, an English immigrant and one of the founders of the town of Rowley, Massachusetts in 1638. Thos' paternal grandmother, Eleanor Burnside Favill Tenney, was descended through five generations of women from chief Kewiniquot of the Ottawa tribe of northern Michigan.

The Tenney family moved from Evanston to Madison, Wisconsin, in the early 1920s, where Dr. Tenney set up a pediatrics practice and started his long career as a professor at the University of Wisconsin. Thos grew up on Chadbourne Avenue, near the university. He was given a box camera at about the age of 10, a vest pocket Kodak when he was around 12, and by the time he was 15, he was using a sophisticated Leica camera. An avid sailor, he and his brothers, Hod and Baird, raced boats on Madison's Lake Mendota, winning several Inland Lake Yachting Association awards. He was also muscially talented, playing both the clarinet and the trumpet.

He graduated from West High School, and in 1937 entered Williams College in Williamstown, Massachusetts. Although he majored in history, Thos maintained his avid interst in photography and performed in both the band and orchestra throughout his college years. He also won medals as a sharpshooter and as a member of the fencing team.

Williams College, a school for men only, is conveniently located just a few miles from Bennington College, an exclusively women's school, which is just across the state line in Vermont. Their close proximity created quite a social scene between students of the two schools. It was at one of these social events that Thos met a young music and art student, Maggie Klaw. From that point on, as Thos would later say, he visited Bennington so often he could make the 18 mile trip up well-worn Route 7 with his eyes closed.

Upon graduation from Williams in 1941, Thos returned to Madison, where he worked for local photographer, Fritz Kaeser, as a general assistant doing darkroom work, portraits, and architectural photography. He also worked on his own, creating portraits and photographic works of art until he enlisted in the Navy on March 10, 1942. Following training in sound equipment and sonar technology at the U.S. Navy Fleet Sound School in San Diego, he served as a Soundman, defending the harbor at the Naval Operations Base on Adak Island, Alaska, from February, 1943 to July, 1944, when he was promoted to Ensign and was sent to New York to the officer's training program at Fort Schuyler in the Bronx.

Margaret Whitney Klaw was born May 30, 1922 in New York City, the daughter of Alma Ash and Alonzo Klaw, a painter and theatrical producer. Maggie's father was the son of Antoinette Morris and Marc Klaw, noted New York theater impresario and co-founder of the powerful Theatrical Syndicate. As a partner in Klaw and Erlanger, he built theaters throughout the United States, including the New Amsterdam Theater in Times Square. Marc Klaw was the son of Caroline Blumgart and Leopold Klau from Hamburg, Bavaria, who came to Cincinnati around 1846 and later settled in Paducah, Kentucky. Antoinette Morris Klaw was the daughter of Alonzo Morris of Boston, originally from Fort Erie, New York, an actor, theater owner, and producer famous for early blackface minstrelsy as part of Morris Brothers Minstrels. Maggie's mother Alma was the daughter of Rose Sternberger and Mark Ash, a New York lawyer and trustee of the New York Public Library, whose parents came from Posen, Prussia, now part of Poland.

Maggie grew up in New York City and on her father's farm, Almalon in Carmel, New York, where Alonzo painted and raised dairy cows. Each autumn during the 1920s and in to the 1930s, Maggie and her older brother, Spencer, would travel across the country in two cars with their parents and a governess to spend winters in Santa Barbara, California or Florida.

Maggie attended high school at Friends Semincary in New York City and graduated from Bennington College in 1942 with an emphasis on art and music. Following her graduation, she returned to New York where she held several jobs including a short stint at the New York Public Library, where he grandfather Mark Ash had been a trustee. Maggie kept up active correspondence with Thos while he was in the Navy stationed on the west coast and Alaska. At the time Thos was sent to the Bronx for officers' school, Maggie was living in her own apartment on 12th Street in New York.

On September 2, 1944, while on weekend leave from his training at Fort Schuyler, Thos and Maggie were married. Following his officer training in the Bronx, he was sent to Miami for further training. Maggie accompanied him, going by way of Madison for a few days, to Florida, where they lived until early February, 1945, when he was directed to the West Coast Sound School in San Diego. Maggie followed, making the three-day trip across the country by whatever means she could find. During wartime, this was quite a challenge.

By the end of March, 1945, Thos had been ordered to head back east to yet another school, this time the Destroyer Communication Officers' School in Portald, Maine. Following that, on June 1, Thos was assigned to the destroyer USS Gleaves in New York harbor. Maggie made her way back to New York from San Diego in April, and stayed in her mother's apartment at The Sulgrave on East 67th Street for the remainder of the War.

The USS Gleaves left New York in June, 1945, spending a little time in Guantanamo, Cuba, before passing through the Panama Canal and heading for Hawaii. The mission was to be part of an invasion fleet, but the events of August 1945 ended the war, making any further invasion of Japan unnecessary. Thos left the Gleaves in Saipan to return to the United States, geting back to New York in November.

Following their first son John's birth on December 14, 1945, they moved to Mineola on Long Island, where Thos worked for Storagewall, an innovative company which produced architect-designed strorage systems for modern houses. Within only a few months, the company transferred Thos to Springfield, Massachusetts, and the young family found a little house on Wilbraham Road in the Sixteen Acres district. But Storagewall was too far ahead of its time and it went bankrupt in March, 1948. A second son, Will, was born April 7, 1948. With the responsibilites of a growing family, he found employment with Rogers Plastic Corp. in North Wilbraham, working the night shift. By November of that year, he had found a new day job as a credit investigator for Dun and Bradstreet.

Not content with this line of work and having had a very tough time with the harsh New England winters in the Connecticut River Valley, Thos and Maggie dreamed up a plan to leave Springfield. Their plan was to move to the west coast and open a phonograph record store in a college town like Berkeley, Palo Alto, Santa Barbara, Los Angeles, or even Seattle where Thos had spent some time during the War. They wanted it to be the kind of store in which they themselves would want to shop.

In the spring of 1950, they sold their Springfield house and bought an Anderson thirty-foot house trailer and a truck to pull it across the country. Their departure was delayed, however, by the sudden illness and death of Maggie's mother, Alma, in May. But by the summer of 1950, they were on the road. They stopped for a while in Madison and then spent some time in Aspen, Colorado visiting friends before arriving in California, finding temporary housing in a trailer park in El Cerrito while they searched for a store location. If they couldn't find the right place in Berkeley, the idea was that they would look next in Palo Alto, and keep on searching until they found the perfect situation. Fortunately, they almost immediately found a store for sale at 2984 College Avenue in the Elmwood section of Berkeley, about a mile from the UC Berkeley campus. They bought a Craftsman style bungalow at 6442 Colby Street, just over the line from Berkely in north Oakland. The store was soon remodeled by the prestigious Mid-Century architectural office of Roger Lee, and opened as Thos Tenney Music on Records. The design of the store, in a highly progressive style for the time, was very well received and featured in the local press.

During the early days of the store, Thos used his Navy experience as a sound engineer to get involved with the new publicly-supported radio station in Berkeley, KPFA, helping them with field recordings. This lead to a record-production venture, Thos Tenney Records, which produced several 10-inch LP records, including tales for children told by storyteller Josephine Gardner and the critically acclaimed "Scots Border Ballads" performed by George Emmerson, with jackets designed and illustrated by Bay Area artists, notably painter and sculptor Roger Bolomey.

Soon after settling in the Bay Area, Maggie began attending graduate school at Mills College in Oakland, studying musical composition with Darius Milhaud and others. She composed a number of pieces and had some of them performed. During her studies at Mills, Maggie met a number of other composition students and musicians, several of whom remained friends for the rest of her life.

When the city of Berkeley informed Thos and Maggie that their two sons could no longer attend Berkeley schools because their home was in Oakland, they began the process of looking for a house in Berkeley. In the summer of 1954, they moved to 1129 Euclid Avenue in North Berkeley, just up the hill from the Rose Garden. Major remodeling was done on the house while the family took a trip to Madison.

The mid- to late 1950s saw a change in the direction of the store, moving from the only selling records to the design and production of products for the emerging market for home hi-fi systems. Thos introduced systems with custom-built cabinets, using his experience with architectural cabinetry from his time at Storagewall. These consoles were recognized as being in the height of tasteful modern interior design.

From the time he joined the Navy through the establishment of his business, Thos did very little photography, save for family photos of vacations. But in 1960, he decided it was time to get back into photography more seriously, and he took some workshops with Brett Weston in Carmel. The experience changed his life, and Thos basically became a full-time photographer, turning over more of the day-to-day running of the store to members of his staff.

His first exhibition was at the San Francisco Museum of Art in 1962, a group show, "The World Around Us," along with seven photographers, including Brett Weston and Imogen Cunningham. During this time, he also did darkroom work for noted photographer and neighbor, Dorothea Lange.

Maggie was incredibly sharp-witted with a wicked sense of humor. She loved limerick as a poetic form, especially the more naughty kind. She was a collector of unusual and humorous names. When she traveled, she would take time to go through local phone books in search of these quirky names, filling several notebooks over the years. While still a college student, she published a series of caricatures of college life for Glamour Magazine. Publishers made special note of her "acid-tipped pen."

Always an inventive and experimental visual artist, Maggie's work in collage and monoprint during the late 1950s and well into the 1960s reflected a strong surrealist influence. She often used torn posters and billboards, as well as bits of antique book illustrations, as the basis for her work, converting them into new and dynamic images. Her emerging color photography reflected a similarity of themes, often depicting signage and painted surfaces in various stages of decay.

Thos was spending more and more of his time devoted to photography which took a serious toll on the business, and the combination of insufficient oversight and stiff competition from larger chain stores forced the closure of the store in 1964.

The period leading up to the closing of the store had been extremely stressful for Thos and Maggie. In order to spend some quality time together, in 1964 they rented a cottage on one of the canals in Venice, California, and spent the better part of a year photographing the Los Angeles area, including a striking portfolio of the Watts Tower. Their time in Los Angeles was very fruitful as they both sharpened their focus photographically. Thos always shot in black and white while Maggie created color transparencies. Joint shows in Santa Barbara, Pasadena, and San Francisco over the next few years reflected the new direction that their work was taking, moslty images of signs, or "Pictures of Pictures."

Starting in 1963 and spreading over the next twelve years with many trips to the east coast, they developed an in-depth photographic study of New England gravestones. Their study concentrated on the aesthetic qualities rather than the purely historical aspects, capturing on film nearly the last remaining vestiages of Colonial era stone sculpture. Together they carefully studied and analyzed the gravestone images they brought home after each of their trips. Thos did photography and Maggie did much of the visual analysis, using her skills as a visual artist to make comparisions between stones from various carvers and regions. Hundreds of stones from Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont were catalogued, described, analyzed, and cross-referenced. Selections from this large body of work were shown in exhibitions at San Francisco's Bolles Gallery and Portland, Orgeon Art Museum.

During the late 60s, Thos photographed on assignment with the New York Times Sunday Magazine. Subjects included Joan Baue at her institute for the Study of Nonviolence in Carmel, Black Panthers in East Oakland, and increasingly political student activities at Berkeley.

Thos began to collect what he called "found photographs," old photos, daguerreotypes and tintypes, which he found at flea markets, yard sales, book stores, church fairs, etc. He bought thousands of loose photographs in shoe boxes, studio photographs, snap shots, prints, negatives, dozens of old photo albums: anything he could get his hand on, but with a caveat. He was looking for images which had that indefinable quality that transformed them from mere snapshots into meaningful photographs. From his acquisitions, he selected those he considered aesthetically worthy, and preserved them by carefully re-photographing them onto 4x5 film using a copy-camera of his own design made from his old Graflex Speed Graphic camera. He began to exhibit these in the mid 1970s, notably at the Focus Gallery in San Francisco.

Another project Thos and Maggie embarked on in the late 60s was a collection of images blown up from advertising cuts and junk-mail catalog pages. An exhibition of these images, "Certain Aspects of the American Dream in the Mid Nineteen Sixties" was shown in Richmond, California, and at the Sam's Café Gallery in Berkeley. Their last exhibit was in 1976, a group show at the Berkeley Art Center, "12 Berkeley Photographers," but Thos did not stop photographing or collecting.

After retiring from photography in the early 1980s, Maggie developed an international trade in eclectic antiquarian books with an emphasis on cooking, household management, and manners, and she amassed a large collection of books on these and other widely varied subjects.

Thos' last photographs were made in 2003, when cataracts began affecting his ability to work in the low light of the darkroom, and he was forced to retire.

Returning to his love of history, he spent much of his time reading the stories of the ancient Greeks. After Maggie's injury from a fall, they moved in February 2011 from their Berkeley house of over 50 years to an assisted-living facility in Lafayette, just east of Berkeley. They decided to move to Lafayette where they could be close to their son John, who would then be only minutes away. Maggie succumbed to a fast-moving cancer and died peacefully in her sleep on April 18, 2011. In the spring of 2012, Thos moved to a smaller assisted-living facility in Lafayette, where he passed away quietly after a brief illness on May 24, 2012.

Thomas Tenney Solo Exhibitions

Margaret and Thomas Tenney Joint Exhibitions

Scope of collection

This collection represents the artistic endeavors and careers of Thomas and Margaret Tenney with an emphasis on the their photography and artwork. The vast majority of the collection consists of photographs and negatives, including the many historic prints, photo albums, and negatives collected by the Tenneys. Many of the Tenneys' photographs capture images of popular culture, urban life and landscapes, advertising signs,and automobiles. Also represented are the numerous gravestone markers the Tenneys photograhped in New England during the 1960s and 1970s.

The collection contains limited material that relates to the couple's personal lives, although it does include a series of letters from Thomas to Margaret written during his service in World War II.

Series descriptions

Correspondence included in the Thomas W. Tenney Papers are professional correspondence as a photographer with associations like Archives in American Art, the Art in the Embassies program, Houghton Mifflin Company, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Museum of Modern Art, and the New York Times. This includes submissions to magazines, photography equipment companies, and correspondence with friends. The majority of this series is made up of letters from Tenney to members of his family during his school years at Williams College (1937-1941) and enlistment in the United States Navy Reserve (1942-1945).

Catalogs and manuals include an extensive collection of photography equipment catalogs, advertisements, and instruction manuals. Most of the materials are separated by type including camera and camera accessory catalogs, non-photography related equipment and installation guidelines for the dark room at the Tenney household, and catalogs/technical guides/instructions for printmaking. Several notable companies like Kodak and Nikon are featured with individual folders.

Personal materials includes clippings from magazines and newspapers including New York Times Magazine, San Francisco Chronicle, and San Francisco Examiner. Many are related to photography, but there are other humorous columns, comics, and articles of interest. Photography and printmaking notes, holiday cards, and coursework from his academic years are preserved in this series as well. Also included are copies of magazines and newspapers in which Tenney's photography was featured between 1966-1984 including New York Times Magazine, The Berkeley Monitor, Sketch Magazine, and Pacific Horticulture. This includes exhibitions with notes, correspondence, and inventories with galleries in California, Oregon, and Wisconsin where Tenney and his wife's photography were featured between 1962 and 1976.

Thomas Tenney's own photographs ranging in subject matter from portraits, landscapes, architectural photography, street scenes. Includes a series of photographs taken in the Los Angeles area featuring signs entitled "Pictures of Pictures."

Over many years, Tenney collected thousands of photographs from the mid-19th century through the early 20th century. He thought of these images as "found photographs" and he specifically sought out ones that were well composed and artistic, not just mere snapshots. Out of those he collected, he selected a portion to re-photograph. This series includes his photographs of these earlier works.

Features a wide range of Margaret's Tenney's artwork from drawings and paintings to collages. Also includes notebookscontaining technical photo processing records and her musical compositions.

Thomas Tenney's collection of "found photographs" dating from the mid-19th century through the early 20th century. Includes tintypes, daguerreotypes, ambrotypes, albumn prints, and geletin silver prints as well as dozens of photograph albums.

The Tenney Collection consists of 12 document boxes containing approximately 1800 black and white 8 x 10 photograph prints, 38 mounted exhibition 11 x 14 black and white prints, negatives, proof sheets, and cross-referenced, descriptive index cards. Although the prints and negatives are solely of gravestones, the proof sheets include other subjects of interest to Tenney -- popular culture, automobiles, advertising signs, etc. across the U.S.

Grave markers photographed are in Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont. Cemetery names were occasionally recorded. Carver names include: Allen, Buckland, Bull, Codner, Collins, Cutler, Dwight, Foster, Geyer, Hempstead, Kimball, Lamson, Stevens, Manning, New, Park, Sikes, Soule, Young, and Zuricher. Death dates range from 1692 to 1808.

If a researcher is interested in certain towns, the 3 x 5 index cards could be used first to find Marker ID numbers, then the corresponding prints could be located using the inventory list. Researchers who are studying carvers would likely want to see the carver index cards first to correlate particular carvers with photographs of their work. Others may want to browse through the prints, then use the index cards to find additional details for certain markers.

The Collection is grouped into four series: Photographic prints (8 x 10), Exhibition prints (11 x 14), Proof Sheets and Negatives, and index cards.

ca.1966-1978
10 boxes (5 linear feet)

Because the donor had arranged the 8 x 10 prints by grave marker ID numbers, that arrangement was retained. Each print has identifying information written in pencil on the back that can be correlated with the index cards:

  1. Gravestone [Marker] ID number written in red; 801.1, 801.2, etc. if multiple images of the same stone;
  2. State and Town;
  3. Print number, usually a 5 digit number, i.e. 11725. Tenney numbered every print he made and logged exposure and chemistry information about each print in his log book ( not included in this collection);
  4. Roll number - Exposure number, i.e. 935-30;
  5. Deceased's name;
  6. Death date;
  7. Occasionally other information such as cemetery name, possible carver, cross reference to other stones, etc.

The number range shown on the inventory was used by the donor and is not always complete. For example, #1400-1420 may have only 12 prints. These prints are in Boxes 1-9.

ca.1965
1 box (0.5 linear feet)

Mounted 11 x 14" prints with an indication of print, roll, exposure numbers, and brief descriptive information on back. The prints were prepared for a 1972 exhibition at the Bolles Gallery, San Francisco.

ca.1965-1979
1 box (0.5 linear feet)

Proof sheets are mounted front and back, two rolls to a sheet, organized in numerical order with the corresponding Roll ID card photocopies and negatives behind each proof sheet. Roll ID numbers are marked on the proof sheet tabs and negative sleeve headers, i.e. "Roll 751, 752, 753," etc. Although some proof sheets include images of non-gravestone subjects, those negatives and prints are not included in this collection. This series is in Box 11.

ca.1966-1978
1 file

Three different sets of index cards provide a means to cross-reference images with descriptive information:

  1. 3 x 5 index cards arranged by state, then town, then alphabetically by surname of deceased. Each card has deceased's name, death year, stone geologic type (i.e. slate), town, Gravestone [Marker] ID number (usually in red and in the upper right corner), and Roll - Exposure number (e.g. 931-9). When a carver was identified or attributed, the carver name, usually in parenthesis, is included. These cards are in the donor's two drawer metal file box, designated as Box 12.
  2. 4 x 6 index cards totaling 186 filed alphabetically by carver surname. Each card lists town(s) and state(s) where the carver's work was found. If the marker was signed, that is designated; if the carver was attributed, that is indicated by a question mark beside the town/state. Carver death and birth dates are often included and thumbnail size prints are sometimes attached to the index cards with roll and exposure numbers shown below. Unnamed carvers are attributed by style as described by the Tenneys. These cards are in Box 11.
  3. Roll ID index card photocopies include a brief description of the image and usually the town and state where located. Original Roll ID index cards are still in the donor's possession. Photocopies of Roll number ID index cards are in folders with their corresponding contact sheets and negatives in Box 11.

Collection inventory

Series 1. Thomas Tenney
1932-2003
Subseries 1a. Correspondence and Subject Files
1932-2003
Audiocassettes: Tenney, H. Kent, reminiscences
undated
4 cassettes
Box 228
Correspondence

Correspondence: American Society of Magazine Photographers
1963
Box 1: 1
Correspondence: Archives of American Art
1991-1992
Box 1: 2
Correspondence: Art in the Embassies Program
1969
Box 1: 3
Correspondence: Bolomy, Roger
1971-1972
Box 1: 4
Correspondence: Camera 35 Magazine
1972-1973
Box 1: 5
Correspondence: Carlwen Industries
1962-1973
Box 1: 6
Correspondence: Central Mutal Insurance
1968
Box 1: 7
Correspondence: Chianto, Rick
1997
Box 1: 8
Correspondence: Contact Magazine
1961-1962
Box 1: 9
Correspondence: Contemporary Photographer
1965-1966
Box 1: 10
Correspondence: D.C. Heath and Company
1981
Box 1: 11
Correspondence: East Street Gallery
1970
Box 1: 12
Correspondence: Elysium. Inc.
1966
Box 1: 13
Correspondence: Fine Photographs
1963-1966
Box 1: 14
Correspondence: Fortune Magazine
1966
Box 1: 15
Correspondence: Giacomucci, Ubaldo
1982
Box 1: 16
Correspondence: Henry Gallery
1968-1969
Box 1: 17
Correspondence: Hollinger Corporation
1975-1981
Box 1: 18
Correspondence: Honeywell Photographic Products
1965
Box 1: 19
Correspondence: Houghton Mifflin Company
1970-1976
Box 1: 20
Correspondence: IN Magazine
1966
Box 1: 21
Correspondence: J. S. Miller Photographic Prints
1963
Box 1: 22
Correspondence: Keyser-Cooper, Terri
2001
Box 1: 23
Correspondence: Klaw, Barbara
1964-1965
Box 1: 24
Correspondence: Larry Aldrich Museum
1966
Box 1: 25
Correspondence: Lawson, Steve
1991
Box 1: 26
Correspondence: Los Angeles County Museum of Art
1965-1966
Box 1: 27
Correspondence: Mann, Margery
1966
Box 1: 28
Correspondence: Maxwell, Hugh
1970-1972
Box 1: 29
Correspondence: Miscellaneous
1961-1995
Box 1: 30
Correspondence: Modern Photography
1968-1970
Box 1: 31
Correspondence: Museum of Modern Art
1962-1976
Box 1: 32
Correspondence: New York Times
1965-1972
Box 1: 33
Correspondence: Numismatic Fine Arts
1980-1981
Box 1: 34
Correspondence: Oakland Art Museum
1965-1973
Box 1: 35
Correspondence: Pike, Winthrop
1997
Box 1: 36
Correspondence: requests for repairs
1968-1997
Box 1: 37
Correspondence: Sanford University
1981
Box 1: 38
Correspondence: Schulz, Charles
1967
Box 1: 39
Correspondence: Sierra Club
undated
Box 1: 40
Correspondence: Simon Rodia's Towers
1963
Box 1: 41
Correspondence: St. Francis of Assisi
1961
Box 1: 42
Correspondence: Tenney, H. B.
1974-1994
Box 1: 43
Correspondence: Tenney, Jeannette Walker
1937-1938
Box 1: 44
Correspondence: Tenney, Jeannette Walker
1938-1939
Box 1: 45
Correspondence: Tenney, Jeannette Walker
1939-1940
Box 1: 46
Correspondence: Tenney, Jeannette Walker
1940-1941
Box 2: 1
Correspondence: Tenney, Jeannette Walker
1942 Apr-Sept
Box 2: 2
Correspondence: Tenney, Jeannette Walker
1942 Oct-Dec
Box 2: 3
Correspondence: Tenney, Jeannette Walker
1943 Jan-Mar
Box 2: 4
Correspondence: Tenney, Jeannette Walker
1943 Mar-Aug
Box 2: 5
Correspondence: Tenney, Jeannette Walker
1943 Sept-Oct
Box 2: 6
Correspondence: Tenney, Jeannette Walker
1943 Nov-Dec
Box 2: 7
Correspondence: Tenney, Jeannette Walker
1944 Jan-Mar
Box 2: 8
Correspondence: Tenney, Jeannette Walker
1944 Apr-Aug
Box 2: 9
Correspondence: Tenney, Jeannette Walker
1944 Sept-Dec
Box 2: 10
Correspondence: Tenney, Jeannette Walker
1945 Feb-May
Box 2: 11
Correspondence: Tenney, Jeannette Walker
undated
Box 2: 12
Correspondence: Tenney, Margaret Klaw
1945 Apr-Aug
Box 2: 13
Correspondence: Tenney, Margaret Klaw
1945 Sept-Oct
Box 2: 14
Correspondence: Tenney, William
1969
Box 2: 15
Correspondence: Universe Books
1977
Box 2: 16
Correspondence: Urban Care
1968-1973
Box 2: 17
Correspondence: van der Marck, Jan
1966-1967
Box 2: 18
Correspondence: Village Voice
1973
Box 2: 19
Correspondence: Weinberger, Harold
1966
Box 2: 20
Correspondence: W. H. Freeman Company
1975
Box 2: 21
Correspondence: White, Minor
1968-1970
Box 2: 22
Correspondence: Wilson, Harry
1976
Box 2: 23
Correspondence: Youth Magazine
1968
Box 2: 24
Correspondence:Zone IV Studios, Inc.
undated
Box 2: 25
Announcements, programs, postcards
1961-1966, undated
Box 2: 26
Audiocassette descriptions
undated
Box 2: 27
Berkeley Architectural Heritage Association clippings
1972-1985
Box 2: 28
The Berkeley Monitor
1971 May 29
Box 108: 1
Christmas cards
1962-1969
Box 2: 29
Christmas cards
1970-1979
Box 2: 30
Christmas cards
1980-1989
Box 2: 31
Christmas cards
1990-2002
Box 2: 32
Clippings
1957-1994
Box 3: 1
Family album recollections
1978
Box 3: 2
The Flatlands
1966
Box 108: 2
Films, 16 mm: trip to northwest
1936
2 films
Box 228
Gardner, Josephine (Jo): stories
1999
Box 3: 3
"In Memoriam: Thomas Walker Tenney (1920-2012) and Margaret Whitney Klaw Tenney (1922-2011)
undated
Box 5: 19
New York Times: clippings
1960-1972
Box 3: 4
New York Times Magazine
1966 Jan 16
Box 108: 3
New York Times Magazine
1966 Jan 30
Box 108: 4
New York Times Magazine
1966 Feb 27
Box 108: 5
New York Times Magazine
1966 July 10
Box 108: 6
New York Times Magazine
1967 Apr 16
Box 108: 7
Pacific Horticulture
1984
Box 108: 8
Photography: biographical description, list of exhibits
1972-1976
Box 3: 5
Photgraphy: Bryant Laboratory, Inc.
1986-1997
Box 3: 6
Photography: camera accessory catalogs
1972-1987
Box 3: 7
Photography: camera accessory manuals
undated
Box 3: 8
Photography: camera instruction manuals and warranty forms
1976-1993
Box 3: 9
Photography: darkroom schematics
undated
Box 3: 10
Photography: D.C. Heath and Company, notes
1978
Box 3: 11
Photography, exhibitions: Berkeley Art Center, "Some People I Have Found"
1975
Box 3: 12
Photography, exhibitions: Bolles Gallery, "Photographs of Gravestones"
1972-1973
Box 3: 13
Photography, exhibitions: Focus Gallery, "The Snapshot: Then and Now"
1976
Box 3: 14
Photography, exhibitions: Madison Art Center, "Pictures of Pictures"
1968
Box 3: 15
Photography, exhibitions: Mills College Art Gallery, "Photographs by T. W. Tenney"
1967
Box 3: 16
Photography, exhibitions: Oakland Art Museum, "Art in the Embassies"
1968-1975
Box 3: 17
Photography, exhibitions: Oakland Museum, "The Pollution Show"
1970-1972
Box 3: 18
Photography, exhibitions: Pasadena Art Museum, "Photographs by Thomas W. Tenney"
1965-1967
Box 3: 19
Photography, exhibitions: Portland Art Museum, "Photographs of Gravestones"
1974
Box 3: 20
Photography, exhibitions: Richmond Art Center, "Photographs by Margaret and Thomas W. Tenney"
1967-1968
Box 3: 21
Photography, exhibitions: Sam's Cafe
1969
Box 3: 22
Photography, exhibitions: Santa Barbara Museum of Art, "Photographs by Margaret and Thomas W. Tenney"
1965
Box 3: 23
Photography, exhibitions: San Francisco Museum of Art, "The World Around Us"
1962
Box 3: 24
Photography, exhibitions: San Francisco Museum of Art, "Pictures of Pictures"
1966
Box 3: 25
Photography, exhibitions: Falcon Safety Products
1963-1995
Box 3: 26
Photography: exposure records
1957-1959
Box 136
Photography: exposure records
1959-1961
Box 137
Photography: exposure records and photo notes
1962-1964
Box 137
Photography: general notes
1957-1961
Box 136
Photography: general notes, darkroom notes
1957-1971
Box 137
Photography: general notes
1965-2003
Box 138
Photography: invoices
1969-2002
Box 4: 1
Photography: invoices, Adolph Gasser Inc.
1976-1979
Box 4: 2
Photography: invoices, Gersh Photo Inc.
1978-1980
Box 4: 3
Photography: invoices, Gersh Photo Inc.
1981-1988
Box 4: 4
Photography: invoices, T. W. Tenney
1962-1972
Box 4: 5
Photography: Kodak
1971-1996
Box 4: 6
Photography: New York Times Magazine, notes
1965-1966
Box 4: 7
Photography: New York Times Magazine, notes
1965-1966
Box 4: 8
Photography: New York Times Magazine, notes
1966
Box 4: 9
Photography: New York Times Magazine, notes
1966
Box 4: 10
Photography: Nikon
1960-1982
Box 4: 11
Photography: non-photographic equipment catalogs
undated
Box 4: 12
Photography: non-photographic installation manuals
undated
Box 4: 13
Photography: notecards
1961-1994
Box 139

Includes notecards on lenses, equipment, film and developer as well as technical printing notes for 100-699.

Photography: photographic equipment catalogs
1985-1994
Box 4: 14
Photography: photography exhibitions and publications
1961-1975
Box 4: 15
Photography: photography print and research notes
undated
Box 4: 16
Photography: printmaking equipment catalogs
undated
Box 4: 17
Photography: printmaking equipment catalogs
undated
Box 5: 1
Photography: printmaking instruction manuals
undated
Box 5: 2
Photography: Seal, Inc.
1973-1982
Box 5: 4
Photography: technical printing notes
undated
Box 5: 3
Photography: technical printing records, 475-615
1958
Box 136
Photography: technical printing records, 616-3000
1959-1961
Box 144
Photography: technical printing records, 3001-5400
ca. 1962
Box 144
Photography: technical printing records, 5401-8000
ca. 1965
Box 144
Photography: technical printing records, 8001-10400
1966-1969
Box 144
Photography: technical printing records, 10401-12900
1969-1970
Box 145
Photography: technical printing records, 12901-17100
1971-1974
Box 145
Photography: technical printing records, 17101-22340
1974-1980
Box 145
Photography: technical printing records, 22341-27419
1980-1992
Box 146
Photography: technical printing records, 27420-28529
1992-1995
Box 146
Photography: technical printing records, 28530-29780
1996-2003
Box 146
Photography: Weston Photographic Instruments
undated
Box 5: 5
Printmaking clippings
1961
Box 5: 6
San Francisco Chronicle clippings
1959-1988
Box 5: 7
San Francisco Examiner clippings
undated
Box 5: 8
St. Francis statue clippings
1961
Box 5: 9
Sketch Magazine
1940
Box 108: 9
Unlabeled photographs
undated
Box 5: 10
West Junior High and High School report cards
1932-1937
Box 5: 11
Williams College: Anthropology 109
1941
Box 5: 12
Williams College: Anthropology 142
1941-1942
Box 5: 13
Williams College: coursework
1942
Box 5: 14
Williams College: Greek 407
ca. 1941
Box 5: 15
Williams College: report cards
1938-1941
Box 5: 16
Williams College: Sociology 105
1941
Box 5: 17
Williams College: Sociology 217
1941
Box 5: 18
Subseries 1b. Photographs
1933-2003
Contact sheets: rolls 2-250
1957 Apr-1961 Mar
Vol. 1
Contact sheets: rolls 251-500
1961 Mar-1963 Oct
Vol. 2
Contact sheets: rolls 501-750
1963 Oct-1966 Oct
Vol. 3
Contact sheets: rolls 751-1001
1966 Oct-1970 July
Vol. 4
Contact sheets: rolls 1002-1089
1970 July-1971 Oct
Box 134: 1-5
Contact sheets: rolls 1100-1199
1971 Oct-1973 Sept
Box 134: 6-9
Contact sheets: rolls 1201-1300
1973 Sept-1976 Apr
Box 134: 10-14
Contact sheets: rolls 1301-1400
1976 Apr-1981 Oct
Box 135: 1-5
Contact sheets: 1401-1500
1981 Aug-1991 July
Box 135: 6-10
Contact sheets: 1501-1595
1991 Aug-2004 Apr
Box 135: 11-15
Film rolls in cannisters
undated
Box 147
Glass plate negatives
undated
Box 140
Glass plate negatives
undated
Box 141
Glass plate negatives: sheep, cows, livestock; Ohio groundbreaking
1915
Box 142:

Includes prints of negatives.

Glass plate negatives: tug of war, football, track, high jump, mysterious orient
undated
Box 143
Negatives
1937-1938
Box 228
Negatives, contact sheets
1935-1936
Box 104: 1
Negatives: 91-100
1938
Box 116: 1
Negatives: 101-115
1938
Box 116: 2
Negatives: 116-133
1940
Box 116: 3
Negatives: 134-146
1940
Box 116: 4
Negatives: 147-163
1941
Box 116: 5
Negatives
ca. 1941
Box 116: 6
Negatives: 2-18
1957
Box 110: 1
Negatives: 21-38
1957
Box 110: 2
Negatives: 39-55
1957-1958
Box 110: 3
Negatives
1957-1959
Box 117
Negatives: 56-75
1958
Box 110: 4
Negatives: 76-728
1958-1966
Box 110: 5

Incomplete, but existing negatvies are filed in numerical order.

Negatives: 134-146
undated
Box 116: 1
Negatives: 147-163
undated
Box 116: 2
Negatives: 752-870
1966-1968
Box 110: 6

Incomplete, but existing negatvies are filed in numerical order.

Negatives: 871-903
1968-1969
Box 110: 7

Incomplete, but existing negatvies are filed in numerical order.

Negatives: 926-951
1969-1970
Box 110: 8

Incomplete, but existing negatvies are filed in numerical order.

Negatives: 958-977
1970
Box 110: 9

Incomplete, but existing negatvies are filed in numerical order.

Negatives: 978-989
1970
Box 110: 10
Negatives: 990-1001
1970
Box 111: 1
Negatives: 1002-1015
Box 111: 2
Negatives: 1016-1026
1970
Box 111: 3
Negatives: 1027-1039
1970-1971
Box 111: 4
Negatives: 1040-1052
1971
Box 111: 5
Negatives: 1053-1065
1971
Box 111: 6
Negatives: 1066-1075
1971
Box 111: 7
Negatives: 1076-1087
1971
Box 111: 8
Negatives: 1088-1104
1971
Box 111: 9
Negatives: 1105-1121
1971-1972
Box 112: 1
Negatives: 1122-1136
1972
Box 112: 2
Negatives: 1137-1150
1972
Box 112: 3
Negatives: 1151-1165
1972
Box 112: 4
Negatives: 1166-1180
1972-1973
Box 112: 5
Negatives: 1181-1195
1973
Box 112: 6
Negatives: 1196-1210
1973
Box 112: 7
Negatives: 1211-1225
1973-1974
Box 112: 8
Negatives: 1226-1240
1974
Box 112: 9
Negatives: 1241-1251
1974-1975
Box 113: 1
Negatives: 1252-1264
1974-1975
Box 113: 2
Negatives: 1265-1277
1975
Box 113: 3
Negatives: 1278-1290
1975
Box 113: 4
Negatives: 1291-1301
1975-1976
Box 113: 5
Negatives: 1302-1315
1976
Box 113: 6
Negatives: 1316-1324
1976
Box 113: 7
Negatives: 1325-1337
1976-1977
Box 113: 8
Negatives: 1338-1350
1977-1978
Box 113: 9
Negatives: 1251-1365
1978
Box 113: 10
Negatives: 1366-1378
1978-1979
Box 114: 1
Negatives: 1379-1390
1979-1980
Box 114: 2
Negatives: 1391-1403
1980-1981
Box 114: 3
Negatives: 1404-1418
1981-1983
Box 114: 4
Negatives: 1419-1430
1983-1984
Box 114: 5
Negatives: 1431-1441
1984-1985
Box 114: 6
Negatives: 1442-1453
1985-1987
Box 114: 7
Negatives: 1454-1464
1987
Box 114: 8
Negatives: 1465-1476
1987-1988
Box 114: 9
Negatives: 1477-1488
1988-1989
Box 114: 10
Negatives: 1489-1500
1989-1991
Box 114: 11
Negatives: 1501-1515
1991-1992
Box 115: 1
Negatives: 1516-1528
1992-1993
Box 115: 2
Negatives: 1529-1540
1993-1994
Box 115: 3
Negatives: 1541-1554
1994-1995
Box 115: 4
Negatives: 1555-1568
1996-1997
Box 115: 5
Negatives: 1569-1582
1997-1999
Box 115: 6
Negatives: 1583-1595
1999-2003
Box 115: 7
Negatives: unnumbered
1979-1980
Box 115: 8
Photographs: rolls 1-127
undated
Box 5: 20
Photographs: rolls 128-148
undated
Box 5: 21
Photographs: rolls 149-200
undated
Box 6: 1
Photographs: rolls 201-224
undated
Box 6: 2
Photographs: rolls 225-203
undated
Box 6: 3
Photographs: rolls 231-269
undated
Box 6: 4
Photographs: rolls 270-282
undated
Box 6: 5
Photographs: rolls 283-286
undated
Box 7: 1
Photographs: rolls 287-288
undated
Box 7: 2
Photographs: rolls 289-294
undated
Box 7: 3
Photographs: rolls 295-299
undated
Box 7: 4
Photographs: rolls 300-329
undated
Box 7: 5
Photographs: rolls 330-336
undated
Box 7: 6
Photographs: rolls 337-349
undated
Box 7: 7
Photographs: rolls 350-365
undated
Box 7: 8
Photographs: shots on Willow Drive (roll 91)
1938
Box 54
Photographs: shots west of Madison, church, etc. (roll 92)
1938
Box 54
Photographs: cultivating on hill, railroad yards (roll 93)
1938
Box 54
Photographs: farm shots, hay, tractor (roll 94)
1938
Box 54
Photographs: shots on speedway and beyond (roll 95)
1938
Box 54
Photographs: J. Coe in Merc. and Nesbits (roll 96)
1938
Box 54
Photographs: few shots on Mendota and regatta at Oconomowoc(roll 97)
1938
Box 54
Photographs: HMC, Point; Neenah (roll 98)
1938
Box 54
Photographs: inland at Neenah and some HMC (roll 99)
1938
Box 54
Photographs: N. Bell ports; camp; "E" boats on Mendota (roll 100)
1938
Box 54
Photographs: Merc; corn harvesting (roll 101)
1938
Box 54
Photographs: scow race (roll 102)
1939
Box 54
Photographs: landscape west with Pat (roll 103)
1939
Box 54
Photographs: Oconomowoc horse show (roll 104)
1939
Box 54
Photographs: July 4th race (roll 105)
1939
Box 54
Photographs: first Canada; train , Eskagonaga (roll 106)
1939
Box 54
Photographs: second Canada; current squaw (roll 107)
1939
Box 54
Photographs: third Canada; squaw, Joyce (roll 108)
1939
Box 54
Photographs: fourth Canada; last camps (roll 109)
1939
Box 54
Photographs: HMC; J. Coe ports. (roll 110)
1939
Box 54
Photographs: trophies, misc. college shots (roll 111)
1939
Box 54
Photographs: Terw Osato, outside (roll 112)
1939
Box 54
Photographs: Terw Osato, ballet (roll 113)
1939
Box 54
Photographs: sketch cover (roll 114)
1939
Box 54
Photographs: N. Bell, N. Hirosé, campus (roll 115)
1939
Box 54
Photographs: Walton ports, sketch cover (roll 116)
1940
Box 54
Photographs: Walton ports., sketch cover (roll 116)
1940
Box 54
Photographs: room, Fredericks, Sheedy ports. (roll 117)
1940
Box 54
Photographs: art museum, Titus ports. (roll 118)
1940
Box 54
Photographs: W. Wells, Manchester ski trip (roll 119)
1940
Box 54
Photographs: plow, still life (roll 120)
1940
Box 54
Photographs: B. Chapin, photo crime (roll 121)
1940
Box 54
Photographs: Johanna Harris, Holt and exhibit (roll 122)
1940
Box 54
Photographs: sketch spread, outside Williamstown (roll 123)
1940
Box 55
Photographs: sketch spread, inside, Bennington (roll 124)
1940
Box 55
Photographs: Happy, Anne, Ted; town, picnic (roll 125)
1940
Box 55
Photographs: steam shovel (roll 126)
1940
Box 55
Photographs: Williamstown, game, gargoyles, Tera Osato (roll 127)
1940
Box 55
Photographs: Tracy's, etc. July-Aug (roll 128)
1940
Box 55
Photographs: hay loading (roll 129)
1940
Box 55
Photographs: regatta, Mendota (roll 130)
1940
Box 55
Photographs: regatta, N. Ball, HMC (roll 131)
1940
Box 55
Photographs: N. bell, Cubs, new theater (roll 133)
1940
Box 55
Photographs: new theater (roll 133)
1940
Box 55
Photographs: N. Hirosé, J. Michaels (roll 134)
1940
Box 55
Photographs: geology field trip, street shots (roll 135)
1940
Box 55
Photographs: end of summer, rehearse, Ballet I (roll 136)
1940
Box 55
Photographs: Ballet II, Gaitie (roll 137)
1940
Box 55
Photographs: Ballet III, Gaitie (roll 138)
1940
Box 55
Photographs: back stage, Ballet IV (roll 139)
1940
Box 55
Photographs: Nutcracker, Nick's, tech (roll 140)
1940
Box 55
Photographs: cap and bells, rehearsal and tech (roll 141)
1940
Box 55
Photographs: Weslyan weekend (roll 142)
1940
Box 55
Photographs: Spanish dancers (roll 143)
1940
Box 55
Photographs: Bennington dance recital (roll 144)
1940
Box 55
Photographs: H. E. Hugo portraits (roll 145)
1940
Box 55
Photographs: Albany Railroad yards, town (roll 146)
1941
Box 55
Photographs: New York; street, skating, park (roll 147)
1941
Box 55
Photographs: New York; park, coasting, street (roll 148)
1941
Box 55
Photographs: N. Bell, Williamstown snow (roll 149)
1941
Box 55
Photographs: W. Sammons, town snow, white horse (roll 150)
1941
Box 55
Photographs: Williamstown, N.H. road, train (roll 151)
1941
Box 55
Photographs: Williamstown, theater, bridge (roll 152)
1941
Box 55
Photographs: Williamstown, theater, northwest hill (roll 153)
1941
Box 55
Photographs: Williamstown, white oaks, winter (roll 154)
1941
Box 56
Photographs: Williamstown, scraper, garage, mail train (roll 155)
1941
Box 56
Photographs: Williamstown, apple trees, lacrosse game (roll 156)
1941
Box 56
Photographs: Pittsfield road, Flora's clan, plow (roll 157)
1941
Box 56
Photographs: tractor, plowing, sheep, filter (roll 158)
1941
Box 56
Photographs: Tina Safranski I; fence (roll 159)
1941
Box 56
Photographs: Tina Safranski II; tennis, flowers Roll 160)
1941
Box 56
Photographs: town, lumber yard (roll 161)
1941
Box 56
Photographs: Ruth Miller (roll 162)
1941
Box 56
Photographs: Bennington picnic (roll 163)
1941 June
Box 56
Photographs: Williamstown, Madison, Santa Fe (vintage prints); wrecked cars
1941-ca. 1960
Box 75
Photographs: miscellaneous
ca. 1939-1941
Box 56
Photographs: 1-2499
ca. 1958
Box 57

Includes street scenes, gravestones and signs.

Photographs: 2500-2999
ca. 1960
Box 58

Includes urban street scenes and signs.

Photographs: street scenes; signs
ca. 1960
Box 92
Photographs: street scenes; portraits
1960-ca. 1970
Box 97
Photographs: Africa Week; Santa Barbara set, P.O.P.O.P. Show; American Dream; Simon Rodia's towers in Watts
1961-1964
Box 73
Photographs: street scenes; signs
1961-1962
Box 100
Photographs: rolls 366-389
1962 Apr-July
Box 8: 1
Photographs: rolls 390-399
1962 July-Aug
Box 8: 2
Photographs: rolls 400-417
1962 Aug-Oct
Box 8: 3
Photographs: rolls 418-423
1962 Oct
Box 8: 4
Photographs: rolls 424-427
1962 Oct-Nov
Box 8: 5
Photographs: 3000-6249
1962 Oct-1965 June
Box 59

Includes street scenes and signs.

Photographs: rolls 428-430
1962 Nov-Dec
Box 8: 6
Photographs: rolls 431-434
1962 Dec
Box 8: 7
Photographs: rolls 435-437
1962 Dec-1963 Jan
Box 9: 1
Photographs: rolls 438-442
1963 Jan
Box 9: 2
Photographs: rolls 443-444
1963 Jan
Box 9: 3
Photographs: roll 445-447
1963 Jan
Box 9: 4
Photographs: rolls 448-456
1963 Jan-Apr
Box 9: 5
Photographs: rolls 457-459
1963 Apr-May
Box 9: 6
Photographs: rolls 460-466
1963 May-June
Box 9: 7
Photographs: rolls 467-468
1963 June
Box 10: 1
Photographs: rolls 469-470
1963 June
Box 10: 2
Photographs: rolls 471-473
1963 June
Box 10: 3
Photographs: rolls 474-476
1963 June
Box 10: 4
Photographs: rolls 477-478
1963 June-July
Box 10: 5
Photographs: rolls 479-484
1963 July
Box 10: 6
Photographs: rolls 485-491
1963 Aug-Sept
Box 11: 1
Photographs: rolls 492-496
1963 Sept-Oct
Box 11: 2
Photographs: rolls 497-499
1963 Oct
Box 11: 3
Photographs: rolls 500-504
1963 Oct-Nov
Box 11: 4
Photographs: rolls 506-507
1963 Nov-Dec
Box 11: 5
Photographs rolls 508-510
1963 Dec-1964 Feb
Box 11: 6
Photographs: rolls 511-512
1964 Feb
Box 11: 7
Photographs: rolls 513-515
1964 Feb-Mar
Box 11: 8
Photographs: rolls 516-520
1964 Apr
Box 12: 1
Photographs: rolls 521-523
1964 Apr-May
Box 12: 2
Photographs: 524-528
1964 May-June
Box 12: 3
Photographs: rolls 529-533
1964 June-July
Box 12: 4
Photographs: rolls 534
1964 July
Box 12: 5
Photographs: rolls 535
1964 July
Box 12: 6
Photographs: rolls 536-539
1964 July
Box 12: 7
Photographs: rolls 540-543
1964 July-Aug
Box 12: 8
Photographs: rolls 544-557
1964 Aug-Sept
Box 12: 9
Photographs: rolls 559
1964 Oct
Box 13: 1
Photographs: rolls 560-561
1964 Oct
Box 13: 2
Photographs: rolls 562-563
1964 Oct
Box 13: 3
Photographs: rolls 564-566
1964 Oct
Box 13: 4
Photographs: rolls 567-570
1964 Oct
Box 13: 5
Photographs: rolls 571-573
1964 Oct
Box 13: 6
Photographs: rolls 574-577
1964 Nov
Box 13: 7
Photographs: rolls 578-580
1964 Nov
Box 13: 8
Photogrpahs: rolls 582-584
1964 Dec
Box 13: 9
Photographs: rolls 585-587
1964 Dec
Box 13: 10
Photographs: rolls 588-589
1964 Dec
Box 14: 1
Photographs: rolls 590-591
1964 Dec
Box 14: 2
Photographs: rolls 592-593
1964 Dec-1965 Jan
Box 14: 3
Photographs: Simon Rodia's towers in Watts
1964
Box 80
Photographs: Simon Rodia's towers in Watts
1964
Box 81
Photographs: rolls 594-595
1965 Jan
Box 14: 4
Photographs: rolls 596-597
1965 Jan
Box 14: 5
Photographs: rolls 598-599
1965 Jan
Box 14: 6
Photographs: rolls 600-601
1965 Jan
Box 14: 7
Photographs: rolls 602-604
1965 Jan
Box 14: 8
Photographs: rolls 605-607
1965 Jan-Feb
Box 14: 9
Photographs: rolls 608-612
1965 Feb-Mar
Box 15: 1
Photographs: rolls 613-620
1965 Mar-May
Box 15: 2
Photographs: rolls 621-622
1965 May
Box 15: 3
Photographs: rolls 623-624
1965 May
Box 15: 4
Photographs: rolls 625-626
1965 May
Box 15: 5
Photographs: rolls 627-628
1965 May
Box 15: 6
Photographs: rolls 629-630
1965 May-June
Box 15: 7
Photographs: rolls 631-632
1965 June-July
Box 15: 8
Photographs: roll 633-634
1965 July
Box 16: 1
Photographs: rolls 635-636
1965 July-Aug
Box 16: 2
Photographs: rolls 637-642
1965 Aug
Box 16: 3
Photographs: rolls 643-644
1965 Aug-Sept
Box 16: 4
Photographs: rolls 645-650
1965 Sept
Box 16: 5
Photographs: rolls 651-653
1965 Sept
Box 16: 6
Photographs: rolls 654-656
1965 Sept-Oct
Box 16: 7
Photographs: rolls 657-658
1965 Oct
Box 16: 8
Photographs: rolls 659-662
1965 Oct
Box 17: 1
Photographs: rolls 664-665
1965 Nov
Box 17: 2
Photographs: rolls 672-673
1965 Nov-Dec
Box 17: 3
Photographs: rolls 674-675
1965 Dec-1966 Jan
Box 17: 4
Photographs: "Drips"
ca. 1965
Box 76
Photographs: signs
ca. 1965
Box 95
Photographs: rolls 677-685
1966 Jan
Box 17: 5
Photographs: rolls 686-689
1966 Jan
Box 17: 6
Photographs: rolls 690-694
1966 Jan-Feb
Box 17: 7
Photographs: rolls 696-698
1966 Feb
Box 17: 8
Photographs: rolls 699-701
1966 Feb
Box 17: 9
Photographs: rolls 702-704
1966 Mar
Box 18: 1
Photographs: rolls 705-706
1966 Mar
Box 18: 2
Photographs: rolls 707-708
1966 Mar
Box 18: 3
Photographs: rolls 709-710
1966 Mar
Box 18: 4
Photographs: rolls 711-713
1966 Mar-Apr
Box 18: 5
Photographs: rolls 714-716
1966 Apr-May
Box 18: 6
Photographs: rolls 717-718
1966 May
Box 18: 7
Photographs: rolls 719-720
1966 May-June
Box 19: 1
Photographs: rolls 721-725
1966 June
Box 19: 2
Photographs: rolls 726-728
1966 June
Box 19: 3
Photographs: rolls 730-732
1966 June
Box 19: 4
Photographs: rolls 733-734
1966 June-July
Box 19: 5
Photographs: rolls 735-737
1966 July
Box 19: 6
Photographs: rolls 738-740
1966 July-Aug
Box 19: 7
Photographs: rolls 741-743
1966 Aug
Box 19: 8
Photographs: rolls 744-748
1966 Aug-Sept
Box 20: 1
Photographs: rolls 748-750
1966 Sept-Oct
Box 20: 2
Photographs: rolls 751-752
1966 Oct
Box 20: 3
Photographs: rolls 753-757
1966 Oct
Box 20: 4
Photographs: rolls 758-759
1966 Oct-Nov
Box 20: 5
Photographs: rolls 760-762
1966 Nov-Dec
Box 20: 6
Photographs: rolls 763-764
1966 Dec
Box 20: 7
Photographs: rolls 765-767
1966 Dec-1967 Jan
Box 21: 1
Photographs: 6250-9999
ca. 1966
Box 60

Includes photos of historic images, gravestones, and signs.

Photographs: "Other World" (8586-9088)
ca. 1966
Box 93
Photographs: "Other World" (9090-9110, 12,267-12,286 )
ca. 1966
Box 94
Photographs: rolls 768-770
1967 Jan-Feb
Box 21: 2
Photographs: rolls 771-772
1967 Feb
Box 21: 2
Photographs: rolls 773-774
1967 Feb
Box 21: 3
Photographs: rolls 775-778
1967 Feb-Mar
Box 21: 4
Photographs: rolls 779-781
1967 Mar
Box 21: 5
Photographs: rolls 782-789
1967 Mar-Apr
Box 21: 6
Photographs: rolls 790-792
1967 Apr-May
Box 21: 7
Photographs: rolls 793-794
1967 May
Box 22: 1
Photographs: rolls 795-796
1967 May-June
Box 22: 2
Photographs: rolls 797-799
1967 June-July
Box 22: 3
Photographs: rolls 800-802
1967 June-July
Box 22: 4
Photographs: rolls 803-805
1967 July
Box 22: 5
Photographs: rolls 806-807
1967 July-Aug
Box 22: 6
Photographs: rolls 809-810
1967 Aug
Box 22: 7
Photographs: rolls 811-812
1967 Aug
Box 22: 8
Photographs: rolls 813-815
1967 Aug-Sept
Box 23: 1
Photographs: rolls 816-817
1967 Sept
Box 23: 2
Photographs: 818-821
1967 Oct
Box 23: 3
Photographs: rolls 822-823
1967 Oct
Box 23: 4
Photographs: rolls 824-825
1967 Oct-Nov
Box 23: 5
Photographs: rolls 826-828
1967 Nov-Dec
Box 23: 6
Photographs: rolls 829-830
1967 Dec-1968 Jan
Box 23: 7
Photographs: rolls 831-833
1968 Jan-Apr
Box 23: 8
Photographs: rolls 834-835
1968 Apr
Box 24: 1
Photographs: rolls 836-837
1968 Apr-May
Box 24: 2
Photographs: rolls 838-839
1968 May
Box 24: 3
Photographs: rolls 840-841
1968 May
Box 24: 4
Photographs: rolls 842-843
1968 May-June
Box 24: 5
Photographs: rolls 844-845
1968 June
Box 24: 6
Photographs: rolls 846-848
1968 June-July
Box 24: 7
Photographs: rolls 849-851
1968 July
Box 24: 8
Photographs: rolls 852-853
1968 July-Aug
Box 25: 1
Photographs: rolls 854-856
1968 Sept
Box 25: 2
Photographs: rolls 857-858
1968 Sept
Box 25: 3
Photographs: rolls 860-863
1968 Sept-Oct
Box 25: 4
Photographs: rolls 864
1968 Oct
Box 25: 5
Photographs: rolls 883-884
1968 Oct-Nov
Box 25: 6
Photographs: rolls 885-887
1968 Dec-1969 Feb
Box 25: 7
Photographs: "Certain Aspects"
1968
Box 98
Photographs: "Sam's Cafe", the bed shots; signs; street scenes
ca. 1968
Box 96
Photographs: rolls 888-890
1969 Jan-Mar
Box 25: 8
Photographs: rolls 891-900
1969 Mar-Apr
Box 25: 9
Photographs: rolls 902-904
1969 Apr-May
Box 26: 1
Photographs: rolls 905-907
1969 May
Box 26: 2
Photographs: rolls 908-909
1969 May
Box 26: 3
Photographs: rolls 910-911
1969 June
Box 26: 4
Photographs: rolls 912-913
1969 June-July
Box 26: 5
Photographs: rolls 914-915
1969 July
Box 26: 6
Photographs: rolls 916-918
1969 July-Aug
Box 26: 7
Photographs: rolls 919-921
1969 Aug-Sept
Box 27: 1
Photographs: rolls 922-923
1969 Sept-Oct
Box 27: 2
Photographs: rolls 948-949
1969 Oct-Nov
Box 27: 3
Photographs: torn posters and mutilated political signs
ca. 1969
Box 70

Note: selected goo to about 1969.

Photographs: rolls 950-952
1969
Box 27: 4
Photographs: rolls 953-959
1970 Feb-Mar
Box 27: 5
Photographs: rolls 964-965
1970 Mar
Box 27: 6
Photographs: rolls 967-970
1970 Mar-Apr
Box 27: 7
Photographs: rolls 971-974
1970 Apr-May
Box 27: 8
Photographs: rolls 975-978
1970 May
Box 28: 1
Photographs: rolls 979-981
1970 May
Box 28: 2
Photographs: rolls 982-983
1970 June
Box 28: 3
Photographs: rolls 984-985
1970 June-July
Box 28: 4
Photographs: rolls 986-988
1970 June-July
Box 28: 5
Photographs: rolls 989-990
1970 July
Box 28: 6
Photographs: rolls 991-993
1970 July
Box 29: 1
Photographs: rolls 994-996
1970 July
Box 29: 2
Photographs: rolls 998-1003
1970 July-Aug
Box 29: 3
Photographs: rolls 1008-1011
1970 Aug
Box 29: 4
Photographs: rolls 1013-1017
1970 Sept-Oct
Box 29: 5
Photographs: 1019-1022
1970 Oct
Box 29: 6
Photographs: rolls 1020-1027
1970 Oct-Nov
Box 29: 7
Photographs: rolls 1028-1030
1970 Nov
Box 29: 8
Photographs: rolls 1031-1035
1970 Nov-Dec
Box 30: 1
Photographs: rolls 1036-1038
1970 Dec-1971 Jan
Box 30: 2
Photographs: 10,000-15,9999
ca. 1970
Box 61

Includes photos of historic images, gravestones, and street scenes.

Photographs: tests
ca. 1970
Box 74
Photographs: 16,000-17,399
ca. 1970
Box 62

Chiefly photos of historic images.

Photographs: street signs (mounted)
ca. 1970
Box 78: 5
Photographs: street signs
ca. 1970
Box 86
Photographs: "Pop Show"
ca. 1970
Box 99
Photographs: rolls 1040-1042
1971 Jan-Feb
Box 30: 3
Photographs: rolls 1043-1044
1971 Feb
Box 30: 4
Photographs: rolls 1045-1047
1971 Feb-Mar
Box 30: 5
Photographs: rolls 1048-1051
1971 Feb-Mar
Box 30: 6
Photographs: rolls 1052-1053
1971 Mar-Apr
Box 30: 7
Photographs: rolls 1054-1056
1971 Apr-May
Box 30: 8
Photographs: rolls 1057-1061
1971 Apr-May
Box 31: 1
Photographs: rolls 1062-1064
1971 May-June
Box 31: 2
Photographs: rolls 1065
1971 June
Box 31: 3
Photographs: rolls 1066-1968
1971 June
Box 31: 4
Photographs: rolls 1069-1073
1971 June-July
Box 31: 5
Photographs: rolls 1074-1076
1971 July
Box 31: 6
Photographs: rolls 1077-1080
1971 July-Sept
Box 31: 7
Photographs: rolls 1081-1088
1971 Aug-Oct
Box 31: 8
Photographs: rolls 1089
1971 Oct
Box 32: 1
Photographs: rolls 1090-1091
1971 Oct-Nov
Box 32: 2
Photographs: rolls 1102-1119
1971 Oct-1972 Jan
Box 32: 3
Photographs: rolls 1120-1123
1971 Dec-1972 Feb
Box 32: 4
Photographs: rolls 1124-1125
1972 Feb-Mar
Box 32: 5
Photographs: rolls 1126-1130
1972 Mar-May
Box 32: 6
Photographs: rolls 1132-1135
1972 May-June
Box 32: 7
Photographs: rolls 1137-1138
1972 June
Box 32: 8
Photographs: rolls 1139-1141
1972 June-July
Box 32: 9
Photographs: rolls 1142-1145
1972 June-July
Box 33: 1
Photographs: rolls 1146-1148
1972 July-Sept
Box 33: 2
Photographs: rolls 1149-1152
1972 Aug-Sept
Box 33: 3
Photographs: rolls 1153-1154
1972 Sept-Oct
Box 33: 4
Photographs: 1155-1157
1972 Oct
Box 33: 5
Photographs: rolls 1158-1159
1972 Oct
Box 33: 6
Photographs: 1160-1162
1972
Box 33: 7
Photographs: rolls 1163-1166
1972 Oct-1973 Jan
Box 33: 8
Photographs: rolls 1167-1169
1972 Nov-1973 Feb
Box 34: 1
Photographs: rolls 1170-1175
1973 Janp-Feb
Box 34: 2
Photographs: rolls 1176-1177
1973 Feb
Box 34: 3
Photographs: rolls 1179-1180
1973 Mar-Apr
Box 34: 4
Photographs: rolls 1181-1184
1973 Apr-May
Box 34: 5
Photographs: rolls 1185-1188
1973 June-July
Box 34: 6
Photographs: rolls 1189-1192
1973 July-Aug
Box 34: 7
Photographs: rolls 1193-1199
1973 Aug-Sept
Box 34: 8
Photographs: rolls 1200-1203
1973 Sept-Oct
Box 34: 9
Photographs: rolls 1204-1207
1973 Oct
Box 35: 1
Photographs: rolls 1208-1209
1973 Oct-Nov
Box 35: 2
Photographs: rolls 1210-1211
1973 Nov
Box 35: 3
Photographs: rolls 1210-1211
1973 Nov
Box 35: 4
Photographs: rolls 1212-1214
1973 Nov-Dec
Box 35: 5
Photographs: rolls 1215-1218
1973Dec-1974 Apr
Box 35: 6
Photographs: rolls 1220-1222
1974 Jan-May
Box 35: 7
Photographs: rolls 1223-1225
1974 Apr-May
Box 35: 8
Photographs: rolls 1227-1233
1974 May-July
Box 35: 9
Photographs: rolls 1234-1237
1974 July-Sept
Box 35: 10
Photographs: rolls 1238-1241
1974 Sept-Oct
Box 36: 1
Photographs: rolls 1242-1248
1974 Oct-Nov
Box 36: 2
Photographs: rolls 1250-1256
1974 Dec-1975 Mar
Box 36: 3
Photographs: Iowa and MGP
ca. 1974
Box 72

Photos in MGP section feature Margaret Tenney in a variety of outdoor settings and at numerous restaurants.

Photographs: rolls 1258-1264
1975 Mar-May
Box 36: 4
Photographs: rolls 1265-1271
1975 May-July
Box 36: 5
Photographs: rolls 1272-1279
1975 July-Sept
Box 36: 6
Photographs: rolls 1280-1285
1975 Sept-Oct
Box 36: 7
Photographs: rolls 1286-1295
1975 Oct-1976 Jan
Box 37: 1
Photographs: displayed at Berkeley Art Center; Focus Gallery
1975-1976
Box 101

Photos of historic images.

Photographs: 17,400-18,649
ca. 1975
Box 63

Photos of historic images.

Photographs: 18,650-19,999
ca. 1975
Box 64

Photos of historic images.

Photographs: Death Valley
ca. 1975
Box 102

Photos of historic images.

Photographs: portraits
ca. 1975
Box 103

Photos of historic images.

Photographs: street scenes
ca. 1975
Box 79: 5
Photographs: signs
ca. 1975
Box 82
Photographs: street scenes and signs
ca. 1975
Box 83
Photographs: gravestones
ca. 1975
Box 84
Photographs: gravestones
ca. 1975
Box 87
Photographs: street scenes and signs
ca. 1975
Box 88
Photographs: rolls 1296-1300
1976 Jan-Apr
Box 37: 2
Photographs: rolls 1301-1307
1976 Apr-June
Box 37: 3
Photographs: rolls 1308-1312
1976 June-Aug
Box 37: 4
Photographs: rolls 1313-1318
1976 July-Sept
Box 37: 5
Photographs: rolls 1319-1325
1976 Sept-Dec
Box 37: 6
Photographs: rolls 1326-1332
1976 Dec-1977 June
Box 37: 7
Photographs: rolls 1333-1338
1977 Apr-Sept
Box 38: 1
Photographs: nature, landscapes
ca. 1976
Box 89
Photographs: signs
ca. 1976
Box 90
Photographs: rolls 1339-1342
1977 Sept-1978 Apr
Box 38: 2
Photographs: rolls 1343-1347
1977 Dec-1978 July
Box 38: 3
Photographs: rolls 1348-1352
1978 July-Oct
Box 38: 4
Photographs: rolls 1353-1361
1978 Sept-Oct
Box 38: 5
Photographs: rolls 1362-1365
1978 Oct-Dec
Box 38: 6
Photographs: rolls 1366-1368
1978 Dec-1979 Feb
Box 38: 7
Photographs: 1369-1372
1979 Mar-July
Box 38: 8
Photographs: rolls 1373-1377
1979 Apr-Nov
Box 39: 1
Photographs: rolls 1378-1381
1979 Oct-1980 Mar
Box 39: 2
Photographs: rolls 1382-1385
1980 Mar-June
Box 39: 3
Photographs: rolls 1386-1389
1980 June-Oct
Box 39: 4
Photographs: rolls 1390-1393
1980 Aug-Oct
Box 39: 5
Photographs: rolls 1394-1395
1980 Oct
Box 39: 6
Photographs: rolls 1396-1399
1980 Oct-1981 July
Box 39: 7
Photographs: 20,000-21,499
ca. 1980
Box 65

Photos of historic images.

Photographs: 21,500-21,799
ca. 1980
Box 66

Chiefly photos of historic images and some street scenes.

Photographs: New Mexico; street scenes; signs
ca. 1980-1985
Box 91
Photographs: rolls 1400-1403
1981 June-Oct
Box 39: 8
Photographs: rolls 1404-1409
1981 Oct-1982 July
Box 40: 1
Photographs: rolls 1410-1416
1982 June-1983 Feb
Box 40: 2
Photographs: rolls 1417-1421
1983 Mar-Aug
Box 40: 3
Photographs: rolls 1422-1425
1983 Aug-Nov
Box 40: 4
Photographs: rolls 1426-1429
1983 Oct-1984 Feb
Box 40: 5
Photographs: rolls 1430-1435
1984 Feb-Sept
Box 40: 6
Photographs: rolls 1436-1440
1984 Oct-1985 May
Box 40: 7
Photographs: 22,970-24,170
1984
Box 67

Photos of historic images.

Photographs: rolls 1441-1445
1985 May-Oct
Box 40: 8
Photographs: rolls 1446-1451
1985 Nov-1986 July
Box 40: 9
Photographs: Albany houses; Masonic Street, Albany
ca. 1985
Box 71
Photographs: rolls 1452-1457
1986 July-1987 Mar
Box 41: 1
Photographs: rolls 1458-1462
1987 Mar-May
Box 41: 2
Photographs: 1461-1469
1987 Apr-Dec
Box 41: 3
Photographs: rolls 1470-1476
1987 Dec-1988 Aug
Box 41: 4
Photographs: rolls 1477-1483
1988 Aug-1989 Feb
Box 41: 5
Photographs: rolls 1484-1489
1989 Jan-1990 Feb
Box 41: 6
Photographs: rolls 1490-1500
1989 Oct-1991 July
Box 41: 7
Photographs: 25,409-27,915
ca. 1990
Box 68

Photos of historic images, street scenes, and signs.

Photographs: 26,023-29,303
ca. 1990
Box 69

Photos of historic images, street scenes, and signs.

Photographs: rolls 1501-1508
1991 Aug-1992 Jan
Box 41: 8
Photographs: rolls 1509-1517
1992 Jan-June
Box 41: 9
Photographs: rolls 1518-1526
1992 June-1993 June
Box 42: 1
Photographs: rolls 1527-1532
1993 June-1994 Apr
Box 42: 2
Photographs: rolls 1533-1539
1994 Feb-July
Box 42: 3
Photographs: rolls 1540-1543
1994 July-1995 Feb
Box 42: 4
Photographs: rolls 1544-1548
1995 Feb-Sept
Box 42: 5
Photographs: rolls 1549-1552
Box 42: 6
Photographs: rolls 1553-1556
1995 Dec-1996 May
Box 42: 7
Photographs: street signs
ca. 1995
Box 77
Photographs: rolls 1557-1560
1996 May-Nov
Box 42: 8
Photographs: rolls 1562-1566
1996 Nov-1997 Mar
Box 43: 1
Photographs: rolls 1568-1571
1997 Mar-Sept
Box 43: 2
Photographs: rolls 1572-1577
1997 Sept-1998 Sept
Box 43: 3
Photographs: rolls 1578-1581
1998 Sept-1999 July
Box 43: 4
Photographs: rolls 1582-1588
1999 Aug-2001 Feb
Box 43: 5
Photographs: rolls 1589-1595
2001-Feb-2002
Box 43: 6
Photographs without roll
undated
Box 49: 1
Photographs: Baez-Sandperl Institute
undated
Box 49: 2
Photographs: contact sheets
undated
Box 49: 3
Photographs: copy tests (4 x 5)
undated
Box 49: 4
Photographs: copy tests (4 x 5)
undated
Box 49: 5
Photographs: gravestones
undated
Box 49: 6
Photographs: gravestones
undated
Box 49: 7
Photographs: gravestones
undated
Box 49: 8
Photographs: gravestones
undated
Box 50: 1
Photographs: gravestones
undated
Box 50: 2
Photographs: gravestones
undated
Box 50: 3
Photographs: gravestones
undated
Box 50: 4
Photographs: gravestones
undated
Box 50: 5
Photographs: gravestones
undated
Box 50: 6
Photographs: gumball machines
undated
Box 50: 7
Photographs: nature
undated
Box 51: 1
Photographs: Oakland
undated
Box 51: 2
Photographs: people
undated
Box 51: 3
Photographs: people
undated
Box 51: 4
Photographs: popular culture, mounted
undated
Box 51: 5
Photographs: popular culture, unmounted
undated
Box 51: 6
Photographs: popular culture, unmounted
undated
Box 51: 7
Photographs: Schulz, Charles
undated
Box 51: 8
Photographs: urban decay/buildings, mounted
undated
Box 51: 9
Photographs: urban decay/buildings, mounted
undated
Box 51: 10
Photographs: urban decay/buildings, mounted
undated
Box 52: 1
Photographs: urban decay/buildings, mounted
undated
Box 52: 2
Photographs: urban decay/buildings, mounted
undated
Box 52: 3
Photographs: urban decay/buildings, mounted
undated
Box 52: 4
Photographs: urban decay/buildings, unmounted
undated
Box 52: 5
Photographs: urban decay/buildings, unmounted
undated
Box 52: 6
Photographs: urban decay/buildings, unmounted
undated
Box 53: 1
Photographs: urban decay/buildings, unmounted
undated
Box 53: 2
Photographs: urban decay/buildings, unmounted
undated
Box 53: 3
Photographs: urban decay/buildings, unmounted
undated
Box 53: 4
Subseries 1c. Prints of Historic Photographs
1973-1999
Negatives
undated
Box 109: 14
Photographs, negatives
undated
Box 104: 2
Photographs
undated
Box 104: 3
Photographs
undated
Box 104: 4
Photographs
undated
Box 104: 5
Photographs
undated
Box 107
Photographs, mounted
undated
Box 104: 6
Photographs: rolls AA-AB
1974-1975
Box 44: 1
Negatives: AB
undated
Box 118
Photographs: rolls AB
1973-1974
Box 44: 2
Photographs: AB
ca. 1973
Box 105
Photographs: AC
ca. 1973
Box 104: 7
Negatives: AD
ca. 1973
Box 109: 1
Photographs: AD
ca. 1973
Box 104: 8
Negatives: AE
ca. 1973
Box 109: 9
Photographs: rolls AE-AF
1973-1974
Box 44: 3
Photographs: AG-AH
1973-1984
Box 44: 4
Negatives: AG
ca. 1973
Box 104: 9
Negatives: AH
ca. 1975
Box 109: 3
Photographs: rolls AH
1975-1984
Box 44: 5
Photographs: rolls AH
1977-1981
Box 44: 6
Photographs: rolls AH-AI
1973-1982
Box 44: 7
Photographs: rolls AI-AJ
1973-1988
Box 44: 8
Photographs: rolls AJ-AK
1973-1974
Box 44: 9
Photographs: rolls AK-AL
1974-1975
Box 44: 10
Photographs: rolls AL-AN
1973-1984
Box 44: 11
Negatives: AM
ca. 1975
Box 109: 4
Photographs: rolls AO-AQ
1975-1988
Box 45: 1
Photographs: rolls AR-AS
1973-1974
Box 45: 2
Negatives: AS
ca. 1975
Box 109: 5
Photographs: rolls AT-AV
1974-1977
Box 45: 3
Negatives: AV
ca. 1975
Box 109: 6
Photographs: rolls AV
1974
Box 45: 4
Photographs: rolls AV-AW
1974
Box 45: 5
Photographs: rolls AW-AY
1974-1982
Box 45: 6
Negatives: AX
ca. 1975
Box 109: 7
Negatives: AY
ca. 1979
Box 109: 8
Negatives: AY
ca. 1979
Box 109: 9
Photographs: rolls BA-BD
1974-1976
Box 45: 7
Photographs: rolls BD-BE
1976-1985
Box 45: 8
Photographs: rolls BF-BG
1975-1985
Box 45: 9
Photographs: rolls BG-BK
1976-1992
Box 45: 10
Photographs: rolls BK-BL
1977-1987
Box 45: 11
Photographs: rolls BL
1980-1988
Box 46: 1
Photographs: rolls BL
1989-1996
Box 46: 2
Photographs: rolls BL-BM
1976-1996
Box 46: 3
Negatives: BM
ca. 1977
Box 109: 10
Photographs: rolls BM
1977
Box 46: 4
Photographs: rolls BM
1977-1980
Box 46: 5
Photographs: rolls BM
1981-1985
Box 46: 6
Photographs: rolls BM-BN
1978-1998
Box 46: 7
Negatives: BM
ca. 1978
Box 109: 11
Photographs: rolls BO
1976-1978
Box 46: 8
Photographs: rolls BO-BP
1977-1979
Box 46: 9
Photographs: rolls BP
1977-1980
Box 46: 10
Photographs: rolls BP
1980-1984
Box 46: 11
Photographs: rolls BP
1985-1987
Box 47: 1
Photographs: rolls BP
1987-1988
Box 47: 2
Photographs: rolls BP
1988-1989
Box 47: 3
Photographs: rolls BP
1989-1990
Box 47: 4
Photographs: rolls BP
1990-1991
Box 47: 5
Photographs: rolls BP
1991-1994
Box 47: 6
Photographs: rolls BP
1994-1995
Box 47: 7
Photographs: rolls BP
1996-1999
Box 47: 8
Photographs: rolls BP-BQ
1977-1999
Box 47: 9
Photographs: rolls BQ-BR
1980-1999
Box 47: 10
Negatives: BR
ca. 1979
Box 109: 12
Photographs: rolls BR-BU
1981-1997
Box 47: 11
Negatives: BR
ca. 1980
Box 109: 13
Photographs: rolls BU
1981-1986
Box 47: 12
Photographs: BU
ca. 1981
Box 104: 10
Photographs: rolls BV-BX
1981
Box 48: 1
Photographs: rolls BY-CB
1982-1988
Box 48: 2
Photographs: BZ
ca. 1982
Box 104: 11
Photographs: CA (AD's album); CB (Japanese Cor album); CC (Mabelle Cannon)
ca. 1983
Box 106
Photographs: rolls CB
1983
Box 48: 3
Photographs: rolls CC-CE
1985-1992
Box 48: 4
Photographs: Dodgson, Charles Lutwidge
undated
Box 104: 12
Photographs: postcards 1-240
undated
Box 48: 5
Photographs: postcards 241-530
undated
Box 48: 6
Photographs: Leica rolls 17-94
1979-1994
Box 48: 7
Photographs: miscellaneous historic photos with roll numbers
undated
Box 48: 8
Photographs: 47-76 to 4C-95, small
1977-1981
Box 48: 9
Photographs: 4C-77 to 4C-98, large
1977-1983
Box 48: 10
Series 2. Margaret Tenney
1930-1980
Photographs
Bolles Gallery show inventory
1973
Box 148: 1
Bolles Gallery show: prints, exhibition
1972
Box 153
Bolles Gallery show: prints, exhibition
1972
Box 154
Negatives
undated
Box 148: 2
New Perspectives: prints
1976
Box 148: 3
New Perspectives: writing
1976
Box 148: 4
Notebooks: technical printing records
1961-1975
Box 156

Includes 16 notebooks detailing the subject matter of prints and her photographic and darkroom proceses.

N.O.W. slides
1970
Box 148: 5
Pictures of Pictures: slides
1966
Box 148: 6
Pictures of Pictures: writing
1965-1966
Box 148: 7
Pictures of Postcards: inventory and writing
1975
Box 148: 8
Pictures of Postcards: prints
1975
Box 148: 9
Pictures of Postcards: prints
1975
Box 148: 10
Pictures of Postcards: prints
1975
Box 148: 11
Pictures of Postcards: prints, exhibition
1975
Box 151
Pictures of Postcards: prints, exhibition
1975
Box 152
Pictures of Postcards: press
1975
Box 148: 12
Photo notes
undated
Box 148: 13
Prints: family
umdated
Box 148: 14
Prints: graphic/pop art
undated
Box 148: 15
Prints: graphic/pop art
undated
Box 149: 1
Prints: miscellaneous
undated
Box 149: 2
Prints: religious
undated
Box 149: 3
Prints: test prints
undated
Box 149: 4
Prints: urban decay
undated
Box 150: 1
Prints: urban decay
undated
Box 150: 2
Prints: urban decay
undated
Box 150: 3
Prints: urban decay, signs
ca. 1962
Box 155
Slide inventories
1970
Box 150: 4
Artwork
Artwork
ca. 1963-1975
Box 157

Includs paintings on board, drawings/rubbings and collages.

Artwork
ca. 1965-1975
Box 158

Includes collages and paintings and drawings on paper: abstract and fantasy/surreal, portraits, landscape, animal, and comic.

Artwork
1933, ca. 1965-1975
Box 159

Includes paintings on board and paper and drawings on board.

Artwork
ca. 1965-1975
Box 160

Includes drawings and paintings on paper: abstract and fantasy/surreal.

Artwork
ca. 1962-1964
Box 161

Includes paintings on wood and board: fantasy/surreal, one titles "The Water Table at the Edge of the World."

Artwork
ca. 1965-1975
Box 162

Includes a collage on paper and paintings on paper and board: fantasy/surreal.

Artwork
ca. 1965-1975
Box 163

Includes paintings and drawings on paper: fantasy/surreal.

Artwork
ca. 1965-1975
Box 164

Includes paintings and drawings on paper: fashion/costume.

Artwork
ca. 1965-1975
Box 165

Includes drawings on paper and paintings on paper and board: abstract and fantasy/surreal.

Artwork
ca. 1965
Box 166

Includes paintings on baord and wood.

Artwork
ca. 1964-1974
Box 167

Includes a collage, drawings on paper (landscape and animals), and paintings on paper and board.

Artwork
ca. 1966
Box 168

Includes collages and paintings and drawings on board and paper: comic, abstract, fashion/costume, landscape, animals.

Artwork
ca. 1960
Box 169

Includes collages on wood.

Artwork
ca. 1966
Box 170

Includes collages on paper and board.

Artwork
1930-1931, ca. 1965
Box 171

Includes drawings and paintings: fashion/costume, comics, fantasy/surreal, abstract, portraits, animals, maps, and drawings by others.

Artwork
1935-1980
Box 172

Includes artist's books and notebooks with sketches and drawings.

Artwork: exhibit
1967
Box 177

Includes matted photographs from "Certain Aspects of the American Dream in the Mid Nineteen Sixties."

Music
Music notation
ca. 1952
Box 173
Music scores
ca. 1955
Box 174

Includes François Couperin's Motet Venite Exultemus Domino and "The Dove Descending Breaks the Air."

Notebooks with music notation
ca. 1955
Box 175
Writings
Bibliography notes
undated
Box 176: 1
Christmas cards, homemade
1948
Box 176: 2
Clippings and images
1941-ca. 1950
Box 176: 3
Correspondence
1940-1964
Box 176: 4
Correspondence
1965-1982
Box 176: 5
Correspondence: D. C. Heath Company
1980-1984
Box 176: 6
Correspondence: Henry Gallery
1969
Box 176: 7
Correspondence: Klaw, Alma and Alonzo
ca. 1935
Box 176: 8
Correspondence: Mann, Margarey
1966-1975
Box 176: 9
Correspondence: Museum of Modern Art
1966
Box 176: 10
Correspondence: Tenney, Jeanette and Kent
1943-1945
Box 176: 11
Correspondence: Tenney, William
1978
Box 176: 12
Embroidery fabric and patterns
1946
Box 176: 13
Miscellaneous photography notes
1976
Box 176: 14
Music notation
ca. 1950
Box 176: 15
Music notes
ca. 1950
Box 176: 16
Photography: Berkeley Art Show Center, inventory and press
1975-1976
Box 176: 17
Photography: Bolles Gallery show, invoices and press
1970-1972
Box 176: 18
Photography: Bolles Gallery show, California State University student response papers
1972
Box 176: 19
Photography: Focus Gallery Show, correspondence, inventory and press
1975
Box 176: 20
Photography: Horizon Magazine, correspondence and inventory
1965
Box 176: 21
Photography: Madison Art Center show, correspondence and inventory
1968
Box 176: 22
Photography: Mills College show, correspondence and inventory
1966-1967
Box 176: 23
Photography: Pasadena Art Museum, correspondence and inventory
1965
Box 176: 24
Photography: Richmond Art Center show, "Certain Aspects of the American Dream" press
1967
Box 176: 25
Photography: Sam's Cafe show, press
1970
Box 176: 26
Photography: Santa Barbara Museum show, correspondence, inventory, and press
1965
Box 176: 27
Photography: San Francisco Museum of Art, correspondence, inventory, press
1963-1966
Box 176: 28
Photography: technical data for slides
undated
Box 176: 29
Psalms, songs and rhymes
undated
Box 176: 30
Publications
1954
Box 176: 31
Stories
undated
Box 176: 32
Stories: Tar dribble and splat
1961
Box 176: 33
Slides
Slides: 6-1 to 34-35
1960-1961
Box 177
Slides: 3-1 to 37-22; 395-36 to 398-20
1960-1961
Box 178
Slides: 42-2 to 57-20
ca. 1961
Box 179
Slides: 58-1 to 83-6
1961-1962
Box 180
Slides: 105-5 to 120-10
1962-1963
Box 181
Slides: 83-7 to 105-4
1962
Box 182
Slides: to 112-6 192-36
1965
Box 183

Includes some 45, 48, 76, 85, 92-103.

Slides: 120-11 to 133-21
1963
Box 184
Slides: 134-6 to 145-10
1963
Box 185
Slides: 145-12 to 159-12
1963-1964
Box 186
Slides: 159-13 to 174-9
1964
Box 187
Slides: 174-21 to 184-33
1964
Box 188
Slides: 184-34 to 195-33
1964-1965
Box 189
Slides: 193-12 to 230-37
1965
Box 190
Slides: 195-34 to 208-22
1965
Box 191
Slides: 212-1 to 253-5
1965
Box 192
Slides: 232-1 to 252-38
1965
Box 193
Slides: 253-1 to 311-14
1965-1967
Box 194
Slide: 253-6 to 287-21
1965-1966
Box 195
Slides: 292-1 to 316-36
1966
Box 196
Slides: 311-5 to 357-19
1967
Box 197
Slides: 316-38 to 339-36
1966
Box 198
Slides: 342-1 to 357-16
1967
Box 199
Slides: 357-26 to 367-39 (copies)
ca. 1967
Box 200
Slide: 357-17 to 376-20
1967-1968
Box 201
Slides: 376-21 to 384-34
1968
Box 202
Slides: 384-35 to 395-35
1968-1969
Box 203
Slides: 404-1 to 415-38
1969-1970
Box 204
Slides: 414-1 to 425-21
1970
Box 205
Slides: 427-1 to 436-21
1971
Box 206
443-2 to 453-26
1972
Box 207
Slides: 456-1 to 464-33
1973
Box 212
482-1 to 504-21
1975-1978
Box 208
Slides with negatives: 83-15 to 428-16
ca. 1960-1975
Box 209
Slide copies for color prints, postcards, etc.
1960-1976
Box 210
Slides: alphabet series, A-1 to M-36
1966
Box 211
Slides: postcards, PC-2 to PC-7
1974
Box 213
Slides: postcards, PC-5 to PC-5
1974
Box 214
Slides, assorted
ca. 1960-1970
Box 215
Slides, assorted
ca. 1960-1970
Box 216
Series 3. Historic Photographs
1858-1950
Ambrotype with hand tinting
ca. 1858
Box 133
Ambrotype in thermoplastic case
ca. 1858
Box 133
Photographs
1860-1869
Box 127: 1
Photographs
1860-1869
Box 127: 2
Photographs
1870-1879
Box 121: 35
Photographs
1870-1879
Box 127: 3
Photographs
1870-1879
Box 127: 4
Photographs
1880-1889
Box 121: 36
Photographs
1880-1889
Box 127: 5
Photographs
1880-1889
Box 127: 6
Photographs
1880-1889
Box 127: 7
Photographs
1880-1889
Box 131: 6
Photographs
1890-1899
Box 121: 37
Photographs
1890-1899
Box 121: 38
Photographs
1890-1899
Box 127: 8
Photographs
1890-1899
Box 128: 1
Photographs
1890-1899
Box 128: 2
Photographs
1890-1899
Box 128: 3
Photographs
1890-1899
Box 131: 7
Photographs
ca. 1890-1940
Box 132

Includes an album of 13 hand-painted albumen photographs of scenes of Japan by Kusakabe Kimbei.

Photographs
1900-1909
Box 121: 39
Photographs
1900-1909
Box 121: 40
Photographs
1900-1909
Box 121: 41
Photographs
1900-1909
Box 121: 42
Photographs
1900-1909
Box 128: 4
Photographs
1900-1909
Box 128: 5
Photographs
1900-1909
Box 128: 6
Photographs
1900-1909
Box 128: 7
Photographs
1900-1929
Box 130
Photographs
1910-1919
Box 121: 43
Photographs
1910-1919
Box 121: 44
Photographs
1910-1919
Box 121: 45
Photographs:
1910-1919
Box 121: 46
Photographs
1910-1919
Box 129: 1
Photographs
1910-1919
Box 129: 2
Photographs
1910-1919
Box 129: 3
Photographs
1910-1919
Box 129: 4
Photographs
1910-1919
Box 129: 5
Photographs
1910-1919
Box 131: 8
Photographs
1920-1929
Box 122: 1
Photographs
1920-1929
Box 122: 2
Photographs
1920-1929
Box 122: 3
Photographs
1920-1929
Box 122: 4
Photographs
1920-1929
Box 129: 6
Photographs
1920-1929
Box 129: 7
Photographs
1930-1939
Box 122: 5
Photographs
1930-1939
Box 122: 6
Photographs
1930-1939
Box 122: 7
Photographs
1930-1939
Box 129: 8
Photographs
1930-1939
Box 131: 9
Photographs
1940-1949
Box 122: 8
Photographs
1940-1949
Box 122: 9
Photographs
1940-1949
Box 12: 10
Photographs
1940-1949
Box 12: 11
Photographs
1940-1949
Box 126: 1
Photographs
1940-1949
Box 126: 2
Photographs
1940-1949
Box 131: 10
Photographs
1950-1959
Box 12: 12
Photographs
1950-1959
Box 126: 3
Photographs
1950-1959
Box 131: 11
Photographs
1960-1969
Box 12: 13
Photographs
1960-1969
Box 126: 4
Photographs
1960-1969
Box 131: 12
Photographs: AE
1890-1899
Box 119: 1
Photographs: AE
1900-1909
Box 119: 2
Photographs, postcards: AE
1900-1909
Box 120: 1
Photographs: AE
1910-1919
Box 119: 3
Photographs, postcards: AE
1910-1919
Box 120: 2
Photographs: AE
1920-1929
Box 119: 4
Photographs, postcards: AE
1920-1929
Box 119: 3
Photographs: AE
1930-1939
Box 119: 5
Photographs, postcards: AE
1930-1939
Box 120: 4
Photographs: AE
1940-1949
Box 119: 6
Photographs: AH
1870-1879
Box 123: 1
Photographs: AH
1880-1889
Box 123: 2
Photographs: AH
1890-1899
Box 119: 7
Photographs: AH
1890-1899
Box 123: 3
Photographs: AH
1900-1909
Box 119: 8
Photographs: AH
1900-1909
Box 123: 4
Photographs, postcards: AH
1900-1909
Box 120: 5
Photographs: AH
1910-1919
Box 119: 9
Photographs: AH
1910-1919
Box 123: 5
Photographs, postcards: AH
1910-1919
Box 120: 6
Photographs: AH
1920-1929
Box 119: 10
Photographs: AH
1920-1929
Box 123: 6
Photographs, postcards: AH
1920-1929
Box 120: 7
Photographs: AH
1930-1939
Box 119: 11
Photographs, postcards: AH
1930-1939
Box 120: 8
Photographs: AH
1940-1949
Box 119: 12
Photographs: AH
1950-1959
Box 119: 13
Photographs: AI
1890-1899
Box 131: 1
Photographs: AI
1900-1909
Box 123: 7
Photographs: AI
1900-1909
Box 131: 2
Photographs: AI
1910-1919
Box 131: 3
Photographs: AI
1920-1929
Box 119: 14
Photographs: AI
1920-1929
Box 123: 8
Photographs: AI
1930-1939
Box 119: 15
Photographs: AI
1960-1969
Box 119: 16
Photographs, postcards: AL
1900-1909
Box 120: 9
Photographs, postcards: AL
1910-1919
Box 120: 10
Photographs: AM
1930-1939
Box 119: 17
Photographs: AO
1900-1909
Box 119: 18
Photographs, postcards: AO
1900-1909
Box 120: 11
Photographs: AO
1910-1919
Box 119: 19
Photographs: AO
1920-1929
Box 119: 20
Photographs: AO
1920-1929
Box 123: 9
Photographs: AO
1940-1949
Box 119: 21
Photographs: AO
1940-1949
Box 123: 10
Photographs: AP
1910-1919
Box 119: 22
Photographs: AP
1940-1949
Box 123: 11
Photographs: AS
1890-1899
Box 119: 23
Photographs: AS
1900-1909
Box 119: 24
Photographs: AS
1910-1919
Box 119: 25
Photographs, postcards: AS
1910-1919
Box 120: 12
Photographs: AS
1920-1929
Box 119: 26
Photographs: AS
1930-1939
Box 119: 27
Photographs: AS
1940-1949
Box 119: 28
Photographs: AS
1950-1959
Box 119: 29
Photographs: AT
1870-1879
Box 123: 12
Photographs: AT
1890-1899
Box 119: 30
Photographs
1890-1899
Box 131: 4
Photographs: AT
1930-1939
Box 119: 31
Photographs: AT
1880-1889
Box 123: 13
Photographs: AT
1940-1949
Box 119: 32
Photographs: AU
1880-1889
Box 123: 14
Photographs: AU
1890-1899
Box 119: 33
Photographs: AU
1890-1899
Box 123: 15
Photographs: AU
1900-1909
Box 119: 34
Photographs: AU
1900-1909
Box 123: 16
Photographs, postcards: AU
1900-1909
Box 120: 13
Photographs: AU
1910-1919
Box 119: 35
Photographs, postcards: AU
1910-1919
Box 120: 14
Photographs: AU
1910-1919
Box 131: 5
Photographs: AU
1920-1929
Box 119: 36
Photographs, postcards: AU
1920-1929
Box 120: 15
Photographs, postcards: AU
1930-1939
Box 120: 16
Photographs, postcards: AU
1940-1949
Box 120: 17
Photographs, postcards: AW
1900-1909
Box 120: 18
Photographs: AW
1910-1919
Box 119: 37
Photographs, postcards: AW
1910-1919
Box 120: 19
Photographs: AW
1920-1929
Box 119: 38
Photographs, postcards: AW
1920-1929
Box 120: 20
Photographs: AW
1930-1939
Box 119: 39
Photographs, postcards: AW
1930-1939
Box 120: 21
Photographs: AW
ca. 1930-1950
Box 133

Photographs are rolled or curled.

Photographs: AW
1940-1949
Box 119: 40
Photographs, postcards: AW
1940-1949
Box 120: 22
Photographs: AW
1950-1959
Box 119: 41
Photographs: AX
1900-1909
Box 119: 42
Photographs: AX
1900-1909
Box 123: 17
Photographs: AX
1910-1919
Box 119: 43
Photographs, postcards: AX
1919-1919
Box 120: 23
Photographs: AX
1920-1929
Box 119: 44
Photographs: AX
1930-1939
Box 119: 45
Photographs: AX
1930-1939
Box 123: 18
Photographs: AX
1940-1949
Box 119: 46
Photographs: AX
1960-1969
Box 119: 47
Photographs: AY
1860-1869
Box 119: 48
Photographs: AY
1880-1889
Box 123: 19
Photographs: AY
1900-1909
Box 119: 49
Photographs: AY
1910-1919
Box 119: 50
Photographs: AY
1920-1929
Box 119: 51
Photographs: AY
1930-1939
Box 119: 52
Photographs: AY
1930-1939
Box 123: 20
Photographs: AY
1940-1949
Box 119: 53
Photographs: AY
1940-1949
Box 123: 21
Photographs: BA
1870-1879
Box 123: 22
Photographs: BD
1880-1889
Box 123: 23
Photographs: BD
1900-1909
Box 123: 24
Photographs, postcards: BD
1900-1909
Box 120: 24
Photographs, postcards: BD
1910-1919
Box 120: 25
Photographs, postcards: BD
1920-1929
Box 120: 26
Photographs: BE
1880-1889
Box 124: 1
Photographs: BE
1880-1889
Box 124: 2
Photographs: BE
1900-1909
Box 124: 3
Photographs: BE
1910-1919
Box 124: 4
Photographs: BE
1920-1929
Box 121: 1
Photographs: BE
1940-1949
Box 121: 2
Photographs: BG
1910-1919
Box 121: 3
Photographs, postcards: BG
1910-1919
Box 120: 27
Photographs: BK
1900-1909
Box 124: 5
Photographs: BL
1870-1879
Box 124: 6
Photographs: BL
1880-1889
Box 124: 7
Photographs: BL
1890-1899
Box 124: 8
Photographs: BL
1900-1909
Box 121: 4
Photographs: BL
1900-1909
Box 124: 9
Photographs, postcards: BL
1900-1909
Box 120: 28
Photographs: BL
1910-1919
Box 121: 5
Photographs, postcards: BL
1910-1919
Box 120: 29
Photographs, postcards: BL
1920-1929
Box 120: 30
Photographs: BL
1920-1929
Box 124: 10
Photographs: BL
1930-1939
Box 121: 6
Photographs: BM
1880-1889
Box 124: 11
Photographs: BM
1890-1899
Box 124: 12
Photographs: BM
1910-1919
Box 121: 7
Photographs, postcards: BM
1910-1919
Box 120: 31
Photographs: BM
1900-1909
Box 124: 13
Photographs: BM
1910-1919
Box 124: 14
Photographs: BM
1920-1921
Box 121: 8
Photographs, postcards: BM
1920-1929
Box 120: 32
Photographs: BM
1930-1939
Box 121: 9
Photographs: BM
1930-1939
Box 124: 15
Photographs, postcards: BM
1930-1939
Box 120: 33
Photographs: BM
1940-1949
Box 121: 10
Photographs, postcards: BM
1940-1949
Box 120: 34
Photographs: BN
1890-1899
Box 124: 16
Photographs: BN
1900-1909
Box 121: 11
Photographs: BN
1920-1929
Box 121: 12
Photographs: BN
1930-1939
Box 121: 13
Photographs: BN
1940-1949
Box 121: 14
Photographs: BN
1950-1959
Box 121: 15
Photographs: BN
1960-1969
Box 121: 16
Photographs: BO
1880-1889
Box 121: 17
Photographs: BO
1890-1899
Box 124: 17
Photographs, postcards: BO
1900-1909
Box 120: 35
Photographs, postcards: BO
1910-1919
Box 120: 36
Photographs: BO
1920-1929
Box 121: 18
Photographs, postcards: BO
1920-1929
Box 120: 37
Photographs: BO
1930-1939
Box 121: 19
Photographs, postcards: BO
1930-1939
Box 120: 38
Photographs: BO
1940-1949
Box 121: 20
Photographs, postcards: BO
1940-1949
Box 120: 39
Photographs, postcards: BP
1900-1909
Box 120: 40
Photographs, postcards: BP
1910-1919
Box 120: 41
Photographs, postcards: BP
1920-1929
Box 120: 42
Photographs, postcards: BP
1930-1939
Box 120: 43
Photographs: BQ
1890-1899
Box 124: 18
Photographs: BQ
1900-1909
Box 124: 19
Photographs: BQ
1910-1919
Box 121: 21
Photographs, postcards: BQ
1910-1919
Box 120: 44
Photographs: BQ
1920-1929
Box 121: 22
Photographs: BQ
1940-1949
Box 121: 23
Photographs: BR
1890-1899
Box 124: 20
Photographs: BR
1900-1909
Box 124: 21
Photographs: BR
1910-1919
Box 121: 24
Photographs, postcards: BR
1910-1919
Box 120: 45
Photographs: BR
1920-1929
Box 121: 25
Photographs: BR
1930-1939
Box 121: 26
Photographs: BR
1870-1879
Box 124: 22
Photographs: BU
1880-1889
Box 124: 23
Photographs: BU
1890-1899
Box 121: 27
Photographs: BU
1890-1899
Box 124: 24
Photographs: BU
1890-1899
Box 124: 25
Photographs: BU
1890-1899
Box 125: 1
Photographs: BU
1890-1899
Box 125: 2
Photographs: BU
1890-1899
Box 125: 3
Photographs: BU
1900-1909
Box 121: 28
Photographs: BU
1900-1909
Box 125: 4
Photographs: BU
1900-1909
Box 125: 5
Photographs: BU
1900-1909
Box 125: 6
Photographs: BU
1910-1919
Box 121: 29
Photographs: BU
1910-1919
Box 125: 7
Photographs: BU
1910-1919
Box 125: 8
Photographs: BU
1920-1929
Box 121: 30
Photographs: BU
1920-1929
Box 125: 9
Photographs: BU
1930-1939
Box 121: 31
Photographs: BU
1940-1949
Box 125: 10
Photographs: BU
1950-1959
Box 125: 11
Photographs: BY
1890-1899
Box 126: 5
Photographs, postcards: BY
1900-1909
Box 120: 46
Photographs, postcards: BY
1910-1919
Box 120: 47
Photographs: BY
1900-1909
Box 126: 6
Photographs: BY
1910-1919
Box 126: 7
Photographs: BY
1920-1929
Box 121: 32
Photographs, postcards: BY
1920-1929
Box 120: 48
Photographs: BY
1930-1939
Box 121: 33
Photographs, postcards: BY
1930-1939
Box 120: 49
Photographs: CC
1910-1919
Box 126: 8
Photographs: CC
1920-1929
Box 121: 34
Photographs, cyanotypes
1890-1899
Box 126: 11
Photographs, cyanotypes
1890-1889
Box 126: 12
Photographs: embosssed
ca. 1900
Box 126: 10
Photographs, hand painted and lenticular
ca. 1890, undated
Box 126: 23
Photographs: "Milestones in History"
1914
Box 126: 9
Photographs, postcards
1900-1909
Box 120: 50
Photographs, postcards
1900-1909
Box 120: 51
Photographs, postcards
1900-1909
Box 120: 52
Photographs, postcards
1910-1919
Box 120: 53
Photographs, postcards
1910-1919
Box 120: 54
Photographs, postcards
1910-1919
Box 120: 55
Photographs, streoscope cards
ca. 1890-1940
Box 126: 13
Photographs, tintypes
1860-1869
Box 126: 19
Photographs, tintypes
1870-2879
Box 126: 20
Photographs, tintypes
1880-1889
Box 126: 21
Photographs, tintypes
1890-1899
Box 126: 22
Photographs, tintypes: BU
1860-1869
Box 126: 14
Photographs, tintypes: BU
1870-1879
Box 126: 15
Photographs, tintypes: BU
1880-1889
Box 126: 16
Photographs, tintypes: BU
1890-1899
Box 126: 17
Photographs, tintypes: BU
1900-1909
Box 126: 18
Photograph albums
ca. 1880-1950
Vol. 1-78

Various photograph albums that Tenney collected and included in his "found photograph" collection.

Series 4. Gravestone photographs
ca.1965-1979
Subseries 4a. Photographic prints
ca.1966-1978
10 boxes (5 linear feet)
Marker ID #1-30
ca.1966-1978
8 x 10
Box 217: 1
Marker ID #31-60
ca.1966-1978
8 x 10
Box 217: 2
Marker ID #61-90
ca.1966-1978
8 x 10
Box 217: 3
Marker ID #91-120
ca.1966-1978
8 x 10
Box 217: 4
Marker ID #121-150
ca.1966-1978
8 x 10
Box 217: 5
Marker ID #151-180
ca.1966-1978
8 x 10
Box 217: 6
Marker ID #181-210
ca.1966-1978
8 x 10
Box 217: 7
Marker ID #211-240
ca.1966-1978
8 x 10
Box 218: 1
Marker ID #241-270
ca.1966-1978
8 x 10
Box 218: 2
Marker ID #271-300
ca.1966-1978
8 x 10
Box 218: 3
Marker ID #301-330
ca.1966-1978
8 x 10
Box 218: 4
Marker ID #331-360
ca.1966-1978
8 x 10
Box 218: 5
Marker ID #361-390
ca.1966-1978
8 x 10
Box 218: 6
Marker ID #391-420
ca.1966-1978
8 x 10
Box 218: 7
Marker ID #421-450
ca.1966-1978
8 x 10
Box 219: 1
Marker ID #451-480
ca.1966-1978
8 x 10
Box 219: 2
Marker ID #481-520
ca.1966-1978
8 x 10
Box 219: 3
Marker ID #521-550
ca.1966-1978
8 x 10
Box 219: 4
Marker ID #551-580
ca.1966-1978
8 x 10
Box 219: 5
Marker ID #581-610
ca.1966-1978
8 x 10
Box 219: 6
Marker ID #611-650
ca.1966-1978
8 x 10
Box 219: 7
Marker ID #651-670
ca.1966-1978
8 x 10
Box 220: 1
Marker ID #671-700
ca.1966-1978
8 x 10
Box 220: 2
Marker ID #701-740
ca.1966-1978
8 x 10
Box 220: 3
Marker ID #741-770
ca.1966-1978
8 x 10
Box 220: 4
Marker ID #771-800
ca.1966-1978
8 x 10
Box 220: 5
Marker ID #801-825
ca.1966-1978
8 x 10
Box 220: 6
Marker ID #826-850
ca.1966-1978
8 x 10
Box 220: 7
Marker ID #851-870
ca.1966-1978
8 x 10
Box 221: 1
Marker ID #871-900
ca.1966-1978
8 x 10
Box 221: 2
Marker ID #901-930
ca.1966-1978
8 x 10
Box 221: 3
Marker ID #931-960
ca.1966-1978
8 x 10
Box 221: 4
Marker ID #961-990
ca.1966-1978
8 x 10
Box 221: 5
Marker ID #91-1020
ca.1966-1978
8 x 10
Box 221: 6
Marker ID #1021-1060
ca.1966-1978
8 x 10
Box 221: 7
Marker ID #1061-1090
ca.1966-1978
8 x 10
Box 222: 1
Marker ID #1091-1120
ca.1966-1978
8 x 10
Box 222: 2
Marker ID #1121-1150
ca.1966-1978
8 x 10
Box 222: 3
Marker ID #1151-1180
ca.1966-1978
8 x 10
Box 222: 4
Marker ID #1181-1210
ca.1966-1978
8 x 10
Box 222: 5
Marker ID #1211-1240
ca.1966-1978
8 x 10
Box 222: 6
Marker ID #1241-1270
ca.1966-1978
8 x 10
Box 222: 7
Marker ID #1271-1300
ca.1966-1978
8 x 10
Box 223: 1
Marker ID #1301-1330
ca.1966-1978
8 x 10
Box 223: 2
Marker ID #1331-1360
ca.1966-1978
8 x 10
Box 7: 3
Marker ID #1361-1390
ca.1966-1978
8 x 10
Box 223: 4
Marker ID #1391-1420
ca.1966-1978
8 x 10
Box 7: 5
Marker ID #1421-1450
ca.1966-1978
8 x 10
Box 223: 6
Marker ID #1451-1480
ca.1966-1978
8 x 10
Box 223: 7
Marker ID #1481-1510
ca.1966-1978
8 x 10
Box 224: 1
Marker ID #1511-1540
ca.1966-1978
8 x 10
Box 224: 2
Marker ID #1541-1570
ca.1966-1978
8 x 10
Box 224: 3
Marker ID #1571-1600
ca.1966-1978
8 x 10
Box 224: 4
Marker ID #1601-1630
ca.1966-1978
8 x 10
Box 224: 5
Marker ID #1631-1660
ca.1966-1978
8 x 10
Box 224: 6
Marker ID #1661-1690
ca.1966-1978
8 x 10
Box 224: 7
Marker ID #1691-1720
ca.1966-1978
8 x 10
Box 225: 1
Marker ID #1721-1750
ca.1966-1978
8 x 10
Box 225: 2
Marker ID #1751-1780
ca.1966-1978
8 x 10
Box 225: 3
Marker ID #1781-1816
ca.1966-1978
8 x 10
Box 225: 4
Marker ID #1817-1839
ca.1966-1978
8 x 10
Box 225: 5
Marker ID #1840-1870
ca.1966-1978
8 x 10
Box 225: 6
Marker ID #1871-1891
ca.1966-1978
8 x 10
Box 225: 7
Subseries 4b. Exhibition prints
ca.1965
1 box (0.5 linear feet)
CT: Bloomfield (878 - 29)
ca.1965
Mounted print
Box 226
CT: Bridgeport (1096 - 14)
ca.1965
Mounted print
Box 226
CT: Derby (1107 - 20 )
ca.1965
Mounted print
Box 226
CT: East Hartford (877 - 36)
ca.1965
Mounted print
Box 226
CT: Farmington (1100 - 35)
ca.1965
Mounted print
Box 226
CT: Milford (1094 - 36 )
ca.1965
Mounted print
Box 226
CT: Milford (1094 - 34)
ca.1965
Mounted print
Box 226
CT: Milford (1095 - 26)
ca.1965
Mounted print
Box 226
CT: Putnam (1114 - 36)
ca.1965
Mounted print
Box 226
CT: Roxbury (1099 - 22)
ca.1965
Mounted print
Box 226
CT: Scotland (1113 - 33)
ca.1965
Mounted print
Box 226
CT: Statford (1097 - 8)
ca.1965
Mounted print
Box 226
MA: Ashby (946 - 21)
ca.1965
Mounted print
Box 226
MA: Billerica (935 - 35)
ca.1965
Mounted print
Box 226
MA: Blandford (879 - 34)
ca.1965
Mounted print
Box 226
MA: Boston, The Granary (933 - 10)
ca.1965
Mounted print
Box 226
MA: Cohasset (931 - 15)
ca.1965
Mounted print
Box 226
MA: Cohasset (931 - 6)
ca.1965
Mounted print
Box 226
MA: Concord (934 - 24)
ca.1965
Mounted print
Box 226
MA: Concord (934 - 22)
ca.1965
Mounted print
Box 226
MA: Granby (877 - 5)
ca.1965
Mounted print
Box 226
MA: Groton (945 - 5)
ca.1965
Mounted print
Box 226
MA: Groton (945 - 3)
ca.1965
Mounted print
Box 226
MA: Hadley (874 - 7)
ca.1965
Mounted print
Box 226
MA: Hadley (873 - 27)
ca.1965
Mounted print
Box 226
MA: Harvard (944 - 26)
ca.1965
Mounted print
Box 226
MA: Ipswich (941 - 34)
ca.1965
Mounted print
Box 226
MA: Malden (937 - 4)
ca.1965
Mounted print
Box 226
MA: Palmer Center (871 - 22)
ca.1965
Mounted print
Box 226
MA: Quincy (931 - 24)
ca.1965
Mounted print
Box 226
MA: Sandwich (926 - 15)
ca.1965
Mounted print
Box 226
MA: Scituate (930 - 30)
ca.1965
Mounted print
Box 226
MA: South Newbury (941 - 4)
ca.1965
Mounted print
Box 226
MA: West Bridgewater (929 - 20)
ca.1965
Mounted print
Box 226
MA: Weston (934 - 10)
ca.1965
Mounted print
Box 226
MA: Woburn (936 - 28)
ca.1965
Mounted print
Box 226
MA : Ashley Falls (754 - 36)
ca.1965
Mounted print
Box 226
RI: Newport (865 - 34)
ca.1965
Mounted print
Box 226
Subseries 4c. Proof sheets and negatives
ca.1965-1979
1 box (0.5 linear feet)
Roll #751-876
ca.1965-1979
Box 227: 1
Roll #878-935
ca.1965-1979
Box 227: 2
Roll #936-948
ca.1965-1979
Box 227: 3
Roll #1064-1099
ca.1965-1979
Box 227: 4
Roll #1100-1112
ca.1965-1979
Box 227: 5
Roll #1113-1135
ca.1965-179
Box 227: 6
Roll #1140-1161
ca.1965-1979
Box 227: 7
Roll #1240-1357
ca.1965-1979
Box 227: 8
Subseries 4d. Index cards
ca.1960-1979
1 file
Box 226

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The collection is open for research.

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English

Provenance

Acquired from Thomas W. Tenney, August 2011, through the Association for Gravestone Studies.

Processing Information

The bulk of the collection process by Samantha Cardone and Jessica Adamites in 2015; Series 4 processed by Nancy Adgent, August 2011.

Copyright and Use (More informationConnect to publication information)

Cite as: Thomas W. and Margaret Tenney Collection (PH 045). Special Collections and University Archives, University of Massachusetts Amherst Libraries.

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