Walker, Diana H., photographic archive, 1975-2000.

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Walker, Diana (Diana H.),. Walker, Diana H., photographic archive, 1975-2000.

Walker, Diana H., photographic archive, 1975-2000.

The Diana Walker Photographic Archive consists of more than 200,000 images in a variety of formats from negatives to transparencies to prints.

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