Perkins, Lucian, photographic archive, 1979-2001.


Perkins, Lucian, photographic archive, 1979-2001.

The collection consists primarily of 35mm color and black and white negatives but also includes medium format transparencies, and contact sheets. Subjects in this collection range from Russia to high fashion to wars and refugees in Bosnia, Sarajevo, Kosovo, Afghanistan and Palestine.

14 ft.


SNAC Resource ID: 8117460

University of Texas Libraries

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