Lucian Perkins Photographic Archive 1979-2001

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Lucian Perkins Photographic Archive 2008-246., 1979-2001

Lucian Perkins Photographic Archive 1979-2001

Two-time Pulitzer prize winner Lucian Perkins graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a degree in biology. He later studied photography with Garry Winogrand and worked on the student newspaper, . In 1979 he received an internship at , where he worked as a staff photographer for 27 years. The collection consists primarily of 35mm color and black and white negatives but also includes medium format transparencies, and contact sheets The Daily Texan The Washington Post

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