John Matthias Kuehne Photograph Collection, 1894-1950.


John Matthias Kuehne Photograph Collection, 1894-1950.

Kuehne's photographic work includes many images of the UT campus, Austin, and Central Texas.

8 feet: 571 silver gelatin prints, 1 color print, 356 glass negatives, 184 film negatives, 289 lantern slides and other glass positives, 2 film positives, 280 autochromes and glass film color transparencies, 15 35mm color slides, course guides


SNAC Resource ID: 7610783

University of Texas Libraries

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