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Abby A. Gorin Photograph Collection, 1965-1978

By Abbye A. Gorin (March 1996)

Collection Overview

Title: Abby A. Gorin Photograph Collection, 1965-1978

ID: Image Archive/Collection 01

Creator: Abbye A. Gorin (b. 1927)

Extent: 2478.0 Items

Arrangement:

20 Hollinger boxes and 1 folder in Manuscript Flat File Case 1

Inventory Compiled in March of 1996 by Abbye A. Gorin, Ph.D. architectural researcher-writer, photographer

The collection is inventoried in alphabetical order by country, date, city or historic site, and political subdivision. Each entry indicates the storage box number and the country and date of each grouping, followed by the total count of negatives and prints in the group. The first number in the column to the left is the item number of the entry (when two or more images are mounted together there is only one entry number). "N" represents the number of negatives in each entry (when possible two or three exposures of each view were made). Identification of the camera used is indicated by "R" for Rolleiflex which produces 2-1/4 x 2-1/4 negatives and "L" for Leica which produces 35mm negatives. "P" represents a print count. A notched negative usually indicates the negative printed. After the identifying numbers, each print is described.

Date Acquired: 10/01/1986

Scope and Contents of the Materials

1965-1985.  The Abbye A. Gorin Collection includes photographs of people, city and country scenes, architecture, archaeological sites and pre-Columbian art in Spain, Mexico, Guatemala, Peru and the Museum of Mankind in England, taken during the years between 1965 and 1985. Gorin used two cameras in shooting the photographs in the collection: a Rolleiflex (purchased in 1954) with a fixed 3.5/75mm lens, and a Leica M-3 (purchased in 1963) with Leica Summicron 50mm, Summicron 35mm, and Elmarit 90mm lenses. She printed with a Bessler 23C enlarger (purchased ca. 1960) with a Beslon 4.5/10mm and Leitz Focotar 4.5/50mm lenses. The majority of film was processed by Gorin herself.

Administrative Information

Access Restrictions: Open to the public. No known restrictions.


Box and Folder Listing

Box 1a: Costa Rica, August 1983 (N-48/P-10)Add to your cart.
Item 1: 001/N-3R/P-1 Birri, Heredia: Escuela Alfredo Volio Jiménez, frontal view of the building with school children.Add to your cart.
Item 2: 002/N-1R/P-1 Birri: Escuela Alfredo Volio Jiménez, Dr. Otto Olivera, Professor of Spanish, Tulane University, with the children.Add to your cart.
Item 3: 003/N-4R/P-0 Birri: Escuela Alfredo Volio Jiménez, close-up views of the children and their teacher.Add to your cart.
Item 4: 004/N-2R/P-0 Cartago, Cartago: Basílica de Cartago, Islamic design theme built on a Greek cross plan, wood structure. Cartago was the nation's first capital.Add to your cart.
Item 5: 005/N-1R/P-0 Grecia, Alajuela: La Merced, gothic church, view of the facade.Add to your cart.
Item 6: 006/N-2R/P-0 Heredia, Heredia: Church of Heredia, 18th century baroque church made of stone. Perspective view shows the street facade with square bell tower.Add to your cart.
Item 7: 007/N-2R/P-0 Heredia: Church of Heredia, lateral view from rear of the church to the front showing the bell tower and buttresses.Add to your cart.
Item 8: 008/N-2R/P-0 Heredia: Church of Heredia, detail of massive buttresses (earthquake construction).Add to your cart.
Item 9: 009/N-2R/P-1 Heredia: Church of Heredia, detail of the street facade.Add to your cart.
Item 10: 010/N-1R/P-1 Heredia: Police station.Add to your cart.
Item 11: 011/N-9R/P-3 Irazú Volcano National Park, Cartago: Volcanic crater, altitude 11,000 feet. The park has five craters.Add to your cart.
Item 12: 012/N-2R/P-0 Monteverde Cloud Forest, Puntarenas: Portrait, Gary Diller, guide.Add to your cart.
Item 13: 013/N-1R/P-0 Monteverde Cloud Forest: Portrait, Gary Diller photographing an unusual moss-camouflaged grasshopper; other man, unidentified.Add to your cart.
Item 14: 014/N-3R/P-0 Monteverde Cloud Forest: View of the landscape.Add to your cart.
Item 15: 015/N-2R/P-1 San José, San José: Traveling companions, portrait of Dr. Otto Olivera and Ruth Olivera, curator of photographs, Tulane University Latin American Photographic Archive.Add to your cart.
Item 16: 016/N-2R/P-0 San José Orosi, Cartago: Mission Franciscans, 1743. View of the restored mission from the front showing the surrounding low wall. Declared a national monument in 1920.Add to your cart.
Item 17: 017/N-1R/P-0 San José Orosi: Mission Franciscans, lateral view of the building showing mission cane and tile roof design and simple columns supporting the overhang.Add to your cart.
Item 18: 018/N-2R/P-0 Santa Elena (near Monteverde), Puntarenas: Small vernacular church.Add to your cart.
Item 19: 019/N-4R/P-1 Ujarrás, Ujarrás: Nuestra Señora de la Limpia Concepción del Rescate de Ujarrás, small baroque church, constructed 1681-1693, abandoned 1833. Oldest remaining architectural work of the colonial period. The church was declared a national monument in 1920.Add to your cart.
Item 20: 020/N-2R/P-1 Ujarrás: Nuestra Señora de la Limpia Concepción del Rescate de Ujarrás, detail of the facade.Add to your cart.
Box 1b: England, February 1977 (N-14/P-06) Add to your cart.
Item 21: 021/N-2L/P-1 London: Central America, gold pendants, possible Chirique style ca. AD 1250-1550. Museum of Mankind (MOM), Division of the British Museum.Add to your cart.
Item 22: 022/N-2L/P-1 London: Colombia, pendant in the form of an anthropomorphic figure cast in gold; Panama (possibly), ornament in the form of a human figure, cast in gold, ca. AD 500-1500, given by A. Naylor, Esq. 1928; and Peru, gold ornament made from hammered gold in the form of a llama, Inca ca. AD 1500, MOM.Add to your cart.
Item 23: 023/N-4L/P-1 London: Copán, Honduras, cast of Stela H, AD 731, MOM.Add to your cart.
Item 24: 024/N-2L/P-1 London: Mexico, Aztec, rock crystal skull, 15th century, MOM.Add to your cart.
Item 25: 025/N-2L/P-1 London: Mexico, Aztec, mask, inner side carved in low relief, 1200-1520; presented by Alfred Percival Maudslay, Esq., MOM.Add to your cart.
Item 26: 026/N-2L/P-1 London: Peru, Eten Chiclayo (Northern Peru) gold necklace, MOM.Add to your cart.
Box 2: Guatemala, February 1974 (N-78/P-23) Add to your cart.
Item 27: 027/N-2R/P-1 Antigua, Sacatepéquez: Church of Santa Clara, baroque, courtyard with fountain and small girl.Add to your cart.
Item 28: 028/N-1R/P-0 Antigua: Urban view.Add to your cart.
Item 29: 029/N-2R/P-0 Antigua: Arch of Santa Catalina.Add to your cart.
Item 30: 030/N-2R/P-0 Antigua: Old University of San Carlos, view of the courtyard.Add to your cart.
Item 31: 031/N-2R/P-1 Chichicastenago, Quiché: Colonial church (unidentified) with atrium.Add to your cart.
Item 32: 032/N-2R/P-1 Chichicastenago: Musician in native dress playing primitive marimba [music is non-melodic built on a penatonic scale]. N-1-4x5cn 033/N-1R/P-1 San Antonio Palopó, Sololá: Portrait, small Indian girl standing in a stream probably playing-like washing clothes.Add to your cart.
Item 33: 033/N-1-4x5cn 034/N-2R/P-1 San Antonio Palopó: Portrait, Indian woman and child.Add to your cart.
Item 35a: 035/N-1R/P-1 San Antonio Palopó: Portrait, Indian boy, playing in school yard. In Center for Latin American Studies, Tulane University brochure; The Hispanic Family in Louisiana Conference 16 & 17 April 1982, Loyola University brochure; Summer Teachers' Workshop in Mexico, Tulane University and the Universidad Iberoamericana brochure.Add to your cart.
Item 35b: 035/N-1-4x5cn 036/N-2R/P-0 San Antonio Palopó: Portrait, Indian woman weaving on back strap loom with baby on her back.Add to your cart.
Item 37: 037/N-2R/P-1 San Antonio Palopó: Fishing boats.Add to your cart.
Item 38: 038/N-2R/P-1 Tikal, Petén: Stela (unidentified), Museo Tikal.Add to your cart.
Item 39: 039/N-1L/P-1 Tikal: Stela 4, Great Plaza, early classic possibly AD 386.Add to your cart.
Item 40: 040/N-3L/P-1 Tikal: Stela 9, Great Plaza, early classic AD 475.Add to your cart.
Item 41: 041/N-3R/P-1 Tikal: Stela 16, Tozzer Causeway, late classic.Add to your cart.
Item 42: 042/N-3R/P-1 Tikal: Altar 5, Tozzer Causeway. 5-1/2' diameter, depicts two elaborately garbed persons conferring behind an altar piled with human femurs and a skull.Add to your cart.
Item 43a: 043/N-3R/P-1 Tikal: Temple I facing the Great Plaza.Add to your cart.
Item 43b: 043/N-3LAdd to your cart.
Item 44a: 044/N-2R/P-1 Tikal: Temple II facing the Great Plaza; (35mm negative only) in background Temple III and Temple IV.Add to your cart.
Item 44b: 044/N-3L 045/N-3L/P-1 Tikal: Temple I, detail of summit. (Top)Add to your cart.
Item 45: 045/N-3L/P-1 Tikal: Temple II, detail of summit. (Lower)Add to your cart.
Item 46a: 046/N-3L/P-1 Tikal: Central Acropolis and Temple V (in background), view from the summit of Temple I. (Top)Add to your cart.
Item 46b: 046/N-5L/P-1 Tikal: Central Acropolis, view from the Great Plaza. (Lower)Add to your cart.
Item 47: 047/N-2L/P-0 Tikal: Central Acropolis, view from the Great Plaza showing a display of stelae.Add to your cart.
Item 48: 048/N-2L/P-0 Tikal: Central Acropolis, view from the Great Plaza, detail of a stela in the foreground and two buildings in the background.Add to your cart.
Item 49: 049/N-2L/P-0 Tikal: Central Acropolis (?), sculptured detail on an unidentified building.Add to your cart.
Item 50: 050/N-3L/P-1 Tikal: North Acropolis, complex of buildings.Add to your cart.
Item 51: 051/N-3L/P-1 Tikal: North Acropolis, mask, masonry and plaster.Add to your cart.
Item 52: 052/N-3L/P-1 Tikal: Palace, central Acropolis area.Add to your cart.
Item 53a: 053/N-2R/P-1 Tikal: Temple IV. (Top)Add to your cart.
Item 53b: 053/N-2R/P-1 Tikal: Talud and tablero construction, Teotihuacan influence. (Lower)Add to your cart.
Box 3: Mexico, November 1965 (N-30/P-14)Add to your cart.
Item 54: 054/N-1R/P-1 Mexico City, Mexico: Representation of Tlalco (God of Rain), Tula, Museo Nacional de Antropología, Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia (INAH), Chapultepec Park (museum opened 17 September 1964).Add to your cart.
Item 55: 055/N-3R/P-1 Mexico City: Huasteca culture, late period, Veracruz, INAH.Add to your cart.
Item 56: 056/N-3R/P-1 Mexico City: Ometochtli (Two Rabbits), Veracruz, INAH.Add to your cart.
Item 57: 057/N-1R/P-1 Mexico City: Huehueteotl (God of Fire), Teotihuacan, INAH.Add to your cart.
Item 58: 058/N-3R/P-1 Mexico City: Modern sculpture, a conch shell by Iker Lassauri, INAH.Add to your cart.
Item 59: 059/N-2R/P-1 Mexico City: Garden, giant catcus plant, INAH. In Mesomerican Ecology Institute, Tulane University brochure.Add to your cart.
Item 60: 060/N-1R/P-1 Mexico City: Top section of ball game marker, stone, Teotihuacan, INAH.Add to your cart.
Item 61: 061/N-1R/P-1 Mexico City: Representation of Tlaloc (God of Rain), brazier, Tajín, INAH.Add to your cart.
Item 62a: 062/N-1R/P-1 Mexico City: Modern ceiling light fixture in grand entry room of INAH (design based on Aztec model).Add to your cart.
Item 62b: 062/N-1R/P-1 Mexico City: Modern ceiling light fixture in grand entry room of INAH (design based on Aztec model).Add to your cart.
Item 63: 063/N-1R/P-0 Mexico City: Pre-Columbian sculpture (unidentified).Add to your cart.
Item 64: 064/N-1R/P-0 Mexico City: Cut stone, exterior wall of INAH.Add to your cart.
Item 65: 065/N-2R/P-1 Taxco, Morelos: Old man on steps in front of a church (unidentified).Add to your cart.
Item 66: 066/N-1R/P-1 Taxco: Market, view 1.Add to your cart.
Item 67: 067/N-1R/P-0 Taxco: Market, view 2.Add to your cart.
Item 68: 068/N-4R/P-1 Taxco: Panoramic view of the city dominated by the principal church.Add to your cart.
Item 69: 069/N-2R/P-1 Taxco: Cityscape, view 1.Add to your cart.
Item 70: 070/N-2R/P-1 Taxco: Cityscape, view 2.Add to your cart.
Box 4: Mexico, December 1970 (N-96/P-35) Add to your cart.
Item 71: 071/N-2R/P-1 Atotonilco, Guanajuato: Church (unidentified).Add to your cart.
Item 72: 072/N-3L/P-1 Dolores Hidalgo, Guanajuato: Patio of the house of Padre Hidalgo.Add to your cart.
Item 73a: 073/N-3R/P-1 Mexico City, Mexico: Colonial mansion on the Reforma No. 1.Add to your cart.
Item 73b: 073/N-0/P-1 Mexico City: Colonial mansion on the Reforma No. 1, enlargement of a window detail.Add to your cart.
Item 74a: 074/N-3R/P-1 Mexico City: Colonial mansion on the Reforma No. 2.Add to your cart.
Item 74b: 074/N-0/P-1 Mexico City: Colonial mansion on the Reforma No. 2, enlargement of a window detail.Add to your cart.
Item 75: 075/N-3R/P-3 Mexico City: Portrait, small girl with Christmas toys, 3 views.Add to your cart.
Item 76: 076/N-7L/P-3 Mexico City: Christmas lights on the Reforma, 3 designs.Add to your cart.
Item 77: 077/N-2R/P-1 Mexico City: Symbol of 19th olympic games, played in Mexico City in 1968.Add to your cart.
Item 78: 078/N-23L/P-9 Mexico City: Modern sculpture, outdoor exhibit (unidentified); one painting (unidentified group of women). Museum of Modern Art, Chapultepec Park (Museum opened 20 September 1964).Add to your cart.
Item 79: 079/N-1R/P-0 Querétaro, Querétaro: Aqueduct.Add to your cart.
Item 80: 080/N-3R/P-1 San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato: Modern sculpture, view of the city from the Art Institute (image dominated by large metal sculpture in the foreground).Add to your cart.
Item 81: 081/N-2R/P-1 San Miguel de Allende: Convento de La Concepción, bell tower from the balcony of the cloister walk.Add to your cart.
Item 82a: 082/N-2L/P-1 San Miguel de Allende: Convento de La Concepción, detail of the fountain in the patio. (Top)Add to your cart.
Item 82b: 082/N-2L/P-1 San Miguel de Allende: Convento de La Concepción, detail of the fountain in the patio. (Top)Add to your cart.
Item 83: 083/N-1R/P-1 San Miguel de Allende: Police station.Add to your cart.
Item 84a: 084/N-2R/P-1 San Miguel de Allende: Church (unidentified) exterior portal. In Summer Session in Mexico City 28 June-29 July 1982, Center for Latin American Studies and Summer School, Tulane University and Universidad Iberoamericana brochure.Add to your cart.
Item 84b: 084/N-1-4x5cnAdd to your cart.
Item 85: 085/N-1R/P-1 San Miguel de Allende: Urban view: narrow city street.Add to your cart.
Item 86: 086/N-2R/-P-0 San Miguel de Allende: Urban view: the city square.Add to your cart.
Item 87: 087/N-2L/P-0 San Miguel de Allende: Sculptured trees lining the city square.Add to your cart.
Item 88a: 088/N-1R/P-3 San Miguel de Allende: Urban views (3): balconies and doorways, cobblestone hilly street, public building wall.Add to your cart.
Item 88b: 088/N-5LAdd to your cart.
Item 89a: 089/N-5R/P-3 San Miguel de Allende: Urban views: balconies and doorways, public building wall and relief sculptures from the Art Institute.Add to your cart.
Item 89b: 089/N-2LAdd to your cart.
Item 89c: O89/N-1-4x5cnAdd to your cart.
Item 90: 090/N-2R/P-0 San Miguel de Allende: Architectural details (2) from a residence.Add to your cart.
Item 91: 091/N-2R/P-0 San Miguel de Allende: Modern painting (unidentified), children inside a chest peeking out.Add to your cart.
Item 92: 092/N-4L/P-0 San Miguel de Allende: Balcony detail.Add to your cart.
Item 93: 093/N-2L/P-0 San Miguel de Allende or Querétaro: Church (unidentified) with retablo facade.Add to your cart.
Item 94: 094/N-2L/P-0 San Miguel de Allende or Querétaro: Bridge with medieval style buildings designed with crenelation along the parapet.Add to your cart.
Box 5: Mexico, December 1971 (N-72/P-28) Add to your cart.
Item 95a: 095/N-2R/P-1 Chichén Itzá, Yucatán: Temple of the Tigers, detail of the lower sanctuary. (Top)Add to your cart.
Item 95b: 095/N-3R/P-1 Chichén Itzá: Temple of the Tigers, view of the lower sanctuary opening on to the square. (Lower)Add to your cart.
Item 96a: 096/N-3L/P-1 Chichén Itzá: Temple of the Tigers, the sanctuary overlooking the ball court. (Top)Add to your cart.
Item 96b: 096/N-1R/P-1 Chichén Itzá: Ball Court (principal) and North Temple, view from the summit of the Temple of the Tigers. (Lower)Add to your cart.
Item 97: 097/N-2L/P-0 Chichén Itzá: Ball Court, North Temple, view down the ball court at ground level.Add to your cart.
Item 98a: 098/N-2L/P-1 Chichén Itzá: Ball Court, stone ring. (Top)Add to your cart.
Item 98b: 098/N-1R/P-1 Chichén Itzá: Ball Court, low relief on a retaining wall. (Lower)Add to your cart.
Item 99: 099/N-1R/P-1 Chichén Itzá: Castillo (castle).Add to your cart.
Item 100: 100/N-1R/P-0 Chichén Itzá: Castillo, sacred jaguar in the inner pyramid.Add to your cart.
Item 101: 101/N-3L/P-1 Chichén Itzá: Tzompantli (skull rack).Add to your cart.
Item 102a: 102/N-2R/P-1 Chichén Itzá: Temple of the Warriors, Chac-Mool. (Top)Add to your cart.
Item 102b: 102/N-1R/P-1 Chichén Itzá: Temple of the Warriors, plumed serpent and standard bearer at the top of the staircase leading to the sanctuary. (Lower)Add to your cart.
Item 103a: 103/N-1R/P-1 Chichén Itzá: Temple of the Warriors, wall relief. (Top)Add to your cart.
Item 103b: 103/N-2L/P-0Add to your cart.
Item 103c: 103/N-1R/P-1 Chichén Itzá: Platform of the Eagles, bas relief of a jaguar devouring a heart. (Lower)Add to your cart.
Item 104a: 104/N-3R/P-1 Chichén Itzá: Red House, rear view (small ball court exists between the trees and the rear of the building). (Top)Add to your cart.
Item 104b: 104/N-3L/P-1 Chichén Itzá: Red House, front view. (Lower)Add to your cart.
Item 105a: 105/N-3L/P-1 Chichén Itzá: Caracol (observatory), view 1. (Lower L) 105/N-2L/P-1 Chichén Itzá: Caracol, section of an inner wall. (Top R)Add to your cart.
Item 105b: 105/N-2R/P-1 Chichén Itzá: Caracol, view 2. (Lower R)Add to your cart.
Item 106a: 106/N-3R/P-1 Chichén Itzá: Iglesia (church), view 1. (Top)Add to your cart.
Item 106b: 106/N-2R/P-0 Chichén Itzá: Iglesia, view 2.Add to your cart.
Item 106c: 106/N-3R/P-1 Chichen Itza: Nunnery. (Lower)Add to your cart.
Item 107: 107/N-2L/P-1 Chichén Itzá: Portrait, S. Steven Gorin, engineer, standing in an archway in Old Chichén.Add to your cart.
Item 108: 108/N-3L/P-0 Chichén Itzá: Partly restored temple (unidentified).Add to your cart.
Item 109: 109/N-3L/P-0 Chichén Itzá: Ruins (unidentified).Add to your cart.
Item 110: 110/N-2L/P-1 Dzibilchaltún (near Merida), Yucatan: Support stone (reused stele) unearthed in a partly excavated mound.Add to your cart.
Item 111a: 111/N-2R/P-1 Dzibilchaltún: Temple of the Seven Dolls. (Top)Add to your cart.
Item 111b: 111/N-2R/P-1 Dzibilchaltún: Temple of the Seven Dolls, view from a front square window; stele in the background. (Lower)Add to your cart.
Item 112: 112/N-2R/P-1 Dzibilchaltún: Restored structure (unidentified) near the entrance to the archaeological zone.Add to your cart.
Item 113a: 113/N-2R/P-1 Kabah, Yucatán: Casa No. 2. (Top)Add to your cart.
Item 113b: 113/N-2R/P-1 Kabah: Cooz-Poop (Palace of the Mask). (Lower)Add to your cart.
Item 114: 114/N-1R/P-1 Kabah: Triumphal Arch.Add to your cart.
Item 115: 115/N-2L/P-1 Kabah (near): Vernacular housing. (11" h x 14" w in Photographic Archive FLAT FILE AA Gorin Coll.)Add to your cart.
Item 116: 116/N-2L/P-0 Unidentified location: Unidentified row of glyphs.Add to your cart.
Box 6: Mexico, December 1971 continued (N-35/P-13)Add to your cart.
Item 117: 117/N-1L/P-1 Tulum, Quintana Roo: Aerial view of the city, Maya, late post-classic, AD 1200-1550(?).Add to your cart.
Item 118: 118/N-4L/P-0 Tulum: Coast line view.Add to your cart.
Item 119: 119/N-3R/P-1 Tulum: Castillo, facade.Add to your cart.
Item 120: 120/N-3R/P-1 Tulum: Castillo, rear view.Add to your cart.
Item 121: 121/N-3R/P-1 Tulum: Entrance through the wall that bounds the ceremonial center temple at the southwest corner of the inner precinct.Add to your cart.
Item 122: 122/N-1R/P-1 Tulum: Temple, southeast corner of the inner precinct.Add to your cart.
Item 123a: 123/N-2R/P-1 Tulum: Temple of the Descending God. (Top)Add to your cart.
Item 123b: 123/N-2R/P-1 Tulum: Temple of the Descending God, detail of the god figure over the doorway. (Lower)Add to your cart.
Item 123c: 123/N-3L 124/N-2R/P-1 Tulum: Small structure in front of the Castillo. (Top)Add to your cart.
Item 124: 124/N-2L/P-1 Tulum: Palace in decay. (Lower)Add to your cart.
Item 125a: 125/N-2L/P-1 Tulum: Palace. (Top)Add to your cart.
Item 125b: 125/N-3L/P-1 Tulum: Palace, detail of the figure over center doorway. (Lower)Add to your cart.
Item 126: 126/N-2L/P-1 Tulum: Temple of the Frescos.Add to your cart.
Item 127: 127/N-2R/P-1 Tulum: Small temple on the elevation beside the sea cliffs.Add to your cart.
Box 7a: Mexico, December 1971 continued (N-53/P-15)Add to your cart.
Item 128a: 128/N-3R/P-1 Uxmal, Yucatán: Pyramid of the Magician. (Top)Add to your cart.
Item 128b: 128/N-3L/P-1 Uxmal: Pyramid of the Magician, west staircase bordered by a mask of Chac. (Lower L)Add to your cart.
Item 128c: 128/N-4R/P-1 Uxmal: Pyramid of the Magician, east staircase leading to the upper temple. (Lower R)Add to your cart.
Item 129a: 129/N-3L/P-0 Uxmal: Pyramid of the Magician, view of the summit via the monumental stairway.Add to your cart.
Item 129b: 129/N-1R/P-0Add to your cart.
Item 130a: 130/N-3R/P-1 Uxmal: Quadrilateral of the Nunnery. (Top)Add to your cart.
Item 130b: 130/N-2R/P-1 Uxmal: Nunnery, detail of the corbel arch entry to the patio. (Lower)Add to your cart.
Item 131a: 131/N-3R/P-1 Uxmal: Nunnery, western palace. (Top)Add to your cart.
Item 131b: 131/N-3R/P-1 Uxmal: Nunnery, eastern palace. (Lower)Add to your cart.
Item 132a: 132/N-3L/P-1 Uxmal: Nunnery, western palace, architectural detail, Pise hut with thatch roof and square door. (L)Add to your cart.
Item 132b: 132/N-3L/P-1 Uxmal: Nunnery, western palace, facade detail, figure of guardian armed with cudgel [rare example of Puuc statuary]. (Top R)Add to your cart.
Item 132c: 132/N-3L/P-1 Uxmal: Nunnery, western palace, facade detail of a statue protected by a (stone) canopy. (Lower R)Add to your cart.
Item 133: 133/N-3L/P-0 Uxmal: Nunnery, western palace, facade detail, abstract decorative stone sculpture [may suggest tail of a dragon in context with unphotographed portion of the total sculptural work, see Henri Stierlin, Living Architecture: Mayan, London: Oldbourne Book Co. Ltd., p. 85].Add to your cart.
Item 134: 134/N-3R/P-1 Uxmal: Nunnery, section of northwest facade.Add to your cart.
Item 135: 135/N-3L/P-1 Uxmal: House of the Tortoises, architectural detail of decoration, tortoises in stone. (Top)Add to your cart.
Item 136: 136/N-2R/P-1 Uxmal: House of the Tortoises. (Lower)Add to your cart.
Item 137a: 137/N-2R/P-1 Uxmal: Quadrilateral of the Doves. (Top)Add to your cart.
Item 137b: 137/N-3R/P-1 Uxmal: Palace of the Governor. (Lower)Add to your cart.
Item 138: 138/N-3L/P-0 Uxmal: Corbel arch, unrestored building.Add to your cart.
Box 7b: Mexico, April 1975 (N-75/P-21) Add to your cart.
Item 139: 139/N-2R/P-0 Cuernavaca, Morelos: Garden of the hotel Las Mañanitas.Add to your cart.
Item 140: 140/N-3L/P-1 Mexico City, Mexico: Tlaloc (God of Rain), Museo Nacional de Antropología, Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia (INAH).Add to your cart.
Item 141: 141/N-1L/P-1 Mexico City: Standing male figure, Huasteca culture, INAH.Add to your cart.
Item 142: 142/N-4L/P-1 Mexico City: Luchador (wrestler), Olmec, protoclassic, 66m h, Veracruz, INAH.Add to your cart.
Item 143: 143/N-2L/P-1 Mexico City: Standing figure, male(?), idea of life and death, Naranjo culture, post classic, Veracruz, INAH.Add to your cart.
Item 144a: 144/N-2L/P-1 Mexico City: Young male adolescent with deformed head; front view of elaborate relief designs on body, may represent tattooing, Huasteca, San Luis Potosí, INAH (L).Add to your cart.
Item 144b: 144/N-2L/P-1 Mexico City: Young male adolescent, back view, INAH (R).Add to your cart.
Item 145: 145/N-2L/P-1 Mexico City: Colossal stone head, Olmec, San Lorenzo, Veracruz, INAH.Add to your cart.
Item 146: 146/N-2L/P-1 Mexico City: God with mouth-mask of broad-billed bird; Temple of 7 Deer, Monte Albán, INAH.Add to your cart.
Item 147: 147/N-1R/P-1 Mexico City: Polychrome figure of a tiger or an urn representing a jaguar; 3' h, Monte Albán, INAH.Add to your cart.
Item 148: 148/N-1L/P-0 Mexico City: Seated figure, male(?), (unidentified), Olmec, INAH.Add to your cart.
Item 149: 149/N-2L/P-0 Mexico City: Large sculptured stylized god-like figure (unidentified), INAH.Add to your cart.
Item 150: 150/N-2L/P-0 Mexico City: Ceremonial knife (unidentified), INAH.Add to your cart.
Item 151: 151/N-2L/P-0 Mexico City: Adolescent head (unidentified), stone, INAH.Add to your cart.
Item 152: 152/N-2L/P-0 Mexico City: Seated man with a beard (unidentified), INAH.Add to your cart.
Item 153: 153/N-1L/P-0 Mexico City: Three figures (unidentified), large figure has a skeleton-like face, INAH.Add to your cart.
Item 154: 154/N-2L/P-0 Teotihuacán, Mexico: Palace of the Quetzal, inner courtyard.Add to your cart.
Item 155: 155/N-2R/P-1 Teotihuacán: Palace of the Quetzal, a square pillar decorated in relief of a bird encrusted with obsidian disks, late Pre-classic, 150-250 AD.Add to your cart.
Item 156: 156/N-2R/P-1 Teotihuacán: Temple of Quetzalcoatl, detail of sculptured stone heads.Add to your cart.
Item 157: 157/N-2R/P-1 Teotihuacán: Temple of Quetzalcoatl, perspective of monumental stairway decorated with stone sculpture.Add to your cart.
Item 158: 158/N-2L/P-0 Teotihuacán: Pyramid of the Moon from the Avenue of the Dead.Add to your cart.
Item 159: 159/N-2L/P-0 Teotihuacán: View down the Avenue of the Dead from Pyramid of the Moon.Add to your cart.
Item 160: 160/N-2L/P-0 Teotihuacán: Pyramid (unidentified) construction detail.Add to your cart.
Item 161: 161/N-2L/P-0 Teotihuacán: Detail of steps (unidentified building).Add to your cart.
Item 162: 162/N-2L/P-0 Teotihuacán: Tenon head (unidentified building).Add to your cart.
Item 163: 163/N-2L/P-0 Teotihuacán: Talud and tablero construction (unidentified building).Add to your cart.
Item 164: 164/N-2L/P-0 Teotihuacán: Stone sculpture in a field (unidentified).Add to your cart.
Item 165a: 165/N-2R/P-1 Tula, Hidalgo: Temple of Tlahuizcalpantecuhtli, crowned with atlantes, Toltec, early post-classic, 900-1150 AD.Add to your cart.
Item 165b: 165/N/2L/P-0 166/N-2R/P-1 Tula: Temple of Tlahuizcalpantecuhtli, front view of an atlas (Left). In the Tulane Latin American Library booklet.Add to your cart.
Item 166: 166/N-2R/P-1 Tula: Temple of Tlahuizcalpantecuhtli, rear view of an atlas. (Right)Add to your cart.
Item 167: 167/N-2R/P-1 Tula: Temple of Tlahuizcalpantecuhtli, detail of a sculptured stone frieze; pyramid wall reliefs: jaguars, pumas, eagles, and vultures holding human hearts in their claws.Add to your cart.
Item 168: 168/N-2R/P-0 Tula: Detail of a sculptured stone frieze (unidentified building).Add to your cart.
Item 169: 169/N-2R/P-1 Xochicalco (near Cuernavaca), Morelos: Ball Court.Add to your cart.
Item 170a: 170/N-2R/P-1 Xochicalco: Pyramid of the Plumed Serpents, detail of lower right corner. (Top)Add to your cart.
Item 170b: 170/N-2R/P-1 Xochicalco: Pyramid of the Plumed Serpents, lateral view. (Lower)Add to your cart.
Item 171a: 171/N-2R/P-1 Xochicalco: Pyramid of the Plumed Serpents, detail of the lower left corner. (Top)Add to your cart.
Item 171b: 171/N-2R/P-1 Xochicalco: Pyramid of the Plumed Serpents, front view. (Lower)Add to your cart.
Box 8: Mexico, January 1976 (N-74/P-17) Add to your cart.
Item 172: 172/N-2R/P-1 Edzna, Campeche: Four story pyramid, Maya, late classic, AD 600-900.Add to your cart.
Item 173: 173/N-2R/P-0 Edzna: Pyramid with monumental stairway, partly reconstructed roof.Add to your cart.
Item 174: 174/N-3R/P-1 Palenque, Chiapas: Temple of the Inscriptions.Add to your cart.
Item 175: 175/N-6R/P-1 Palenque: Palace complex, panoramic view.Add to your cart.
Item 176: 176/N-3R/P-1 Palenque: Palace, east patio.Add to your cart.
Item 177: 177/N-3R/P-1 Palenque: Palace, detail of sculptured slabs, east patio.Add to your cart.
Item 178: 178/N-2R/P-1 Palenque: Palace, view of corbel arch construction, east wall.Add to your cart.
Item 179: 179/N-3R/P-1 Palenque: Patio of the Tower.Add to your cart.
Item 180: 180/N-2R/P-1 Palenque: Temple of the Sun.Add to your cart.
Item 181: 181/N-3R/P-1 Palenque: Temple of the Cross.Add to your cart.
Item 182: 182/N-3R/P-1 Palenque: Temple of the Foliated Cross.Add to your cart.
Item 183: 183/N-3R/P-1 Palenque: View from the Tower, Temple of the Count and the north group.Add to your cart.
Item 184: 184/N-3R/P-1 Palenque: Temple of the Count.Add to your cart.
Item 185: 185/N-3R/P-1 Palenque: View of the North Group from Temple of the Count.Add to your cart.
Item 186: 186/N-3R/P-1 Palenque: Detail of a North Group building.Add to your cart.
Item 187: 187/N-1R/P-0 Palenque (near the site): Portrait, S. Steven Gorin, retracing the trail of Catherwood and Stevens.Add to your cart.
Item 188: 188/N-3R/P-0 Palenque (near the site): Portrait, A. Gorin, on the Catherwood and Stevens trail.Add to your cart.
Item 189: 189/N-3R/P-0 Palenque (near the site): Partly exposed structure on the Catherwood and Stevens trail.Add to your cart.
Item 190a: 190/N-6R/P-1 Sayil, Yucatán: Palace, front, view 1. (Top)Add to your cart.
Item 190b: 190/N-3R/P-1 Sayil: Palace, front, perspective showing partial reconstruction, view 2. (Lower)Add to your cart.
Item 191a: 191/N-3L/P-1 Sayil: Palace facade, architectural detail over a doorway, god descending between the mouths of two serpents. (Top)Add to your cart.
Item 191b: 191/N-3L/P-1 Sayil: Palace facade, architectural detail of a stone mask over simple Doric-type columns. (Middle)Add to your cart.
Item 191c: 191/N-2L/P-1 Sayil: Palace facade, architectural detail of Chaac, ground floor corner. (Lower)Add to your cart.
Item 192: 192/N-3L/P-0 Sayil: El Mirador, structure partly uncovered and restored.Add to your cart.
Item 193: 193/N-3L/P-0 Sayil: Partly exposed structure buried under thick jungle vegetation.Add to your cart.
Box 9: Mexico, August 1979 (N-134/P-65) Add to your cart.
Item 194: 194/N-3R/P-1 Cuilapan (four miles from Oaxaca), Oaxaca: Colonial church, facade and open air chapel, Dominican, started in 1555.Add to your cart.
Item 195: 195/N-2L/P-1 Cuilapan: Church, view of the surviving main aisle, side aisle, and dome rising in the background.Add to your cart.
Item 196: 196/N-2L/P-1 Cuilapan: Church, facade, stone sculptured detail over the large center doorway. Cut stone putti (angel or cherub head with wings) appears in the capital of the pilaster in the lower right.Add to your cart.
Item 197: 197/N-2L/P-1 Cuilapan: Church, facade, stone pilaster with decorative cut stone capital.Add to your cart.
Item 198: 198/N-2L/P-1 Cuilapan: Church, one of two turret-like bell towers.Add to your cart.
Item 199: 199/N-1R/P-1 Cuilapan: Church, view showing arches to the chapel (L) and entryway into the structure.Add to your cart.
Item 200: 200/N-3R/P-1 Cuilapan: Church, lateral view showing classical designed entryway.Add to your cart.
Item 201: 201/N-2R/P-1 Cuilapan: Church, view from the courtyard of the cloiser.Add to your cart.
Item 202: 202/N-1R/P-1 Cuilapan: Church, ground level cloister walk showing colonial wall painting.Add to your cart.
Item 203: 203/N-2R/P-1 Cuilapan: Church, view of the dome from the second floor cloister walk.Add to your cart.
Item 204: 204/N-1R/P-1 Dainzú, Oaxaca: Entryway to a tomb decorated with a feline head.Add to your cart.
Item 205: 205/N-3L/P-1 Dainzú: Ball court and panoramic view of the landscape.Add to your cart.
Item 206: 206/N-3L/P-1 Dainzú: Principle building; wall of sculpture at ground level.Add to your cart.
Item 207: 207/N-2L/P-1 Dainzú: Wall of sculpture, detail of bas-relief stone work, view 1.Add to your cart.
Item 208: 208/N-2L/P-2 Dainzú: Wall of sculpture, detail of bas-relief stone work, view 2.Add to your cart.
Item 209: 209/N-2L/P-1 Dainzú: Wall of sculpture, detail of bas-relief stone work, view 3.Add to your cart.
Item 210: 210/N-4R/P-1 Lambityeco, Oaxaca: Large decorative mask.Add to your cart.
Item 211: 211/N-2R/P-1 Lambityeco: Entryway to a tomb or the base of the largest pyramid, decorated with two carved masks.Add to your cart.
Item 212: 212/N-2R/P-1 Lambityeco: Excavated room with decorative panels.Add to your cart.
Item 213: 213/N-2R/P-2 Lambityeco: Decorative panel, male figures in a swimming attitude.Add to your cart.
Item 214: 214/N-1R/P-1 Lambityeco: Entrance to a tomb. Lambityeco: Clay figures, see Oaxaca 263 and 264.Add to your cart.
Item 215: 215/N-2R/P-1 Mitla, Oaxaca: Colonial church, lateral view, and gateway.Add to your cart.
Item 216: 216/N-3R/P-1 Mitla: Colonial church group, pre-Columbian stone mosaics in the wall of the central patio.Add to your cart.
Item 217: 217/N-2R/P-1 Mitla: Painting on a lintel, central patio of the church group.Add to your cart.
Item 218: 218/N-2R/P-1 Mitla: Hall of Columns Group E, exterior fretted decorations.Add to your cart.
Item 219: 219/N-2R/P-1 Mitla: Hall of Columns, exterior walls.Add to your cart.
Item 220: 220/N-2R/P-1 Mitla: Hall of Columns, facade and remains of adoratorio (altar) in the center of the patio; domes and tower of the colonial church rise in the background.Add to your cart.
Item 221: 221/N-2L/P-1 Mitla: Hall of Columns, interior walls of an inner patio.Add to your cart.
Item 222: 222/N-2L/P-1 Mitla: Hall of Columns, architectural detail in a room off of inner patio.Add to your cart.
Item 223: 223/N-2R/P-1 Mitla: Panoramic view of the ruins and the landscape from across the patio of Group E.Add to your cart.
Item 224: 224/N-2R/P-1 Mitla: Group F, principle building showing domes and tower of the colonial church.Add to your cart.
Item 225: 225/N-2L/P-1 Mitla: Principle building, Group F, showing the entrance to a subterranean room.Add to your cart.
Item 226: 226/N-2L/P-1 Mitla: Structure across the patio from the principle building of Group F.Add to your cart.
Item 227: 227/N-3R/P-1 Monte Albán, Oaxaca: Portrait, Abbye A. Gorin, by S. Steven Gorin.Add to your cart.
Item 228: 228/N-2L/P-1 Monte Albán: Panoramic view of the Valley of Oaxaca and the mountain mesa location of the archaeological site.Add to your cart.
Item 229: 229/N-1R/P-1 Monte Albán: Mound X overlooking the Valley of Oaxaca near the entry to the archeological zone.Add to your cart.
Item 230: 230/N-2R/P-1 Monte Albán: South Platform showing monumental stairway or spectator seating overlooking the Grand Plaza. For site plan and specific location of buildings see John Paddock, editor, Ancient Oaxaca, Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 1970, p. 162.Add to your cart.
Item 231: 231/N-3R/P-1 Monte Albán: Mound H, center of Great Plaza; Mound J far left end of H.Add to your cart.
Item 232: 232/N-3L/P-1 Monte Albán: Mound H, detail view of from the Great Plaza.Add to your cart.
Item 233: 233/N-3R/P-1 Monte Albán: Mound J, right, and stairway of South Platform, left, Central Plaza.Add to your cart.
Item 234: 234/N-3R/P-1 Monte Albán: Stelae 1-4, construction stone of South Platform near Mound Q.Add to your cart.
Item 235: 235/N-1R/P-1 Monte Albán: Mound J, Observatory, southeast corner.Add to your cart.
Item 236: 236/N-2R/P-2 Monte Albán: Mound J, detail view showing the passage or tunnel through the pointed rear section of the building.Add to your cart.
Item 237: 237/N-3R/P-1 Monte Albán: System M, view from the top of Mound J.Add to your cart.
Item 238: 238/N-3R/P-1 Monte Albán: Stele used as a corner stone in the principle building of System M, located at the corner near the Danzantes (dancers) Gallery (bas-relief carved stones).Add to your cart.
Item 239: 239/N-3R/P-1 Monte Albán: Stele 6. Right, man with arm bound behind him; upper left, possible jaguar head; located near the front of System M.Add to your cart.
Item 240: 240/N-3R/P-1 Monte Albán: Danzantes Mound.Add to your cart.
Item 241: 241/N-1R/P-1 Monte Albán: Danzantes Mound, detail.Add to your cart.
Item 242: 242/N-2R/P-1 Monte Albán: Danzantes Gallery; portrait, S. Steven Gorin in the center of the gallery; located between System M in the background and the Danzantes Mound.Add to your cart.
Item 243: 243/N-3L/P-1 Monte Albán: Danzante carved in horizontal position or swimming attitude.Add to your cart.
Item 244: 244/N-2L/P-1 Monte Albán: Danzante carved in sitting attitude.Add to your cart.
Item 245: 245/N-3R/P-1 Monte Albán: Danzantes (2) carved in a dancing attitude, view 1.Add to your cart.
Item 246: 246/N-3R/P-2 Monte Albán: Danzantes (2) carved in dancing attitudes, view 2.Add to your cart.
Item 247: 247/N-2R/P-1 Monte Albán: Danzante carved in dancing attitude.Add to your cart.
Item 248: 248/N-3R/P-1 Monte Albán: View of System IV looking from south to north.Add to your cart.
Item 249: 249/N-3R/P-2 Monte Albán: North Platform, facade showing monumental stairway; stele 9 in the foreground; right, North Barrier Mound. (2nd photograph, a closer view)Add to your cart.
Item 250: 250/N-2L/P-1 Monte Albán: North Barrier Mound, detail showing curved wall construction and entry to a small room with stone carved lintel.Add to your cart.
Item 251: 251/N-2L/P-1 Monte Albán: Detail of stone lintel over the doorway to a small room, North Barrier Mound.Add to your cart.
Item 252: 252/N-2L/P-1 Monte Albán: Stele 9, carved on all sides.Add to your cart.
Item 253: 253/N-2L/P-1 Monte Albán: Temple of 7 Deer, stone lintel.Add to your cart.
Box 10a: Mexico, August 1979 (N-79/P-30)Add to your cart.
Item 254: 254/N-2L/P-1 Oaxaca, Oaxaca: City of Oaxaca, panoramic view dominated by the church of Santo Domingo de Oaxaca, 16th century.Add to your cart.
Item 255: 255/N-3L/P-1 Oaxaca: Church of Santo Domingo de Oaxaca and Regional Oaxaca Museum, view of the Baroque retalbo facade and square towers, renaissance-like mirror image windows in each tower. The museum is entered through plain arches on left, and is the second most important museum in Mexico, after INAH.Add to your cart.
Item 256: 256/N-2L/P-1 Oaxaca: Church of Santo Domingo, detail of entry way showing over-sized doors, classical styled pilasters, and decorated putti frieze.Add to your cart.
Item 257: 257/N-2L/P-1 Oaxaca: Church of Santo Domingo, retablo facade detail showing Dominican saints in the niches.Add to your cart.
Item 258: 258/N-3L/P-1 Oaxaca: Church of Santo Domingo sagrado (side chapel) showing decorative doorway in stone.Add to your cart.
Item 259: 259/N-3R/P-1 Oaxaca: Church of Santo Domingo, twin towers from the cloister walk as viewed from the second floor level.Add to your cart.
Item 260: 260/N-3L/P-1 Oaxaca: Basilica de la Soledad, clock.Add to your cart.
Item 261: 261/N-3R/P-1 Oaxaca: Basilica de la Soledad, retablo facade with renaissance-like elements.Add to your cart.
Item 262: 262/N-2R/P-1 Oaxaca: Basilica de la Soledad, lateral doorway decorated in classical style, late 17th century.Add to your cart.
Item 263: 263/N-1R/P-1 Oaxaca: Two clay figures from Tomb 6, Lambityeco, Regional Oaxaca Museum.Add to your cart.
Item 264: 264/N-1R/P-1 Oaxaca: Clay figure from Tomb 6, Lambityeco, Regional Oaxaca Museum.Add to your cart.
Item 265: 265/N-2R/P-0 Oaxaca: Pre-Columbian ornaments (unidentified), from the area (?), Regional Oaxaca Museum.Add to your cart.
Item 266: 266/N-12R/P-1 San Bartolo de Coyotepec, Oaxaca: Doña Rosa, noted potter of black semi-gloss pottery.Add to your cart.
Item 267: 267/N-2R/P-1 Yagul, Oaxaca: Ball court.Add to your cart.
Item 268: 268/N-2R/P-1 Yagul: Ball court with panoramic view of landscape in the background.Add to your cart.
Item 269: 269/N-2R/P-1 Yagul: Building 1-N, mosaic panel on the rear wall.Add to your cart.
Item 270: 270/N-1R/P-1 Yagul: Decorative mosaic entrance to a tomb.Add to your cart.
Item 271: 271/N-3R/P-1 Yanhuitlan, Oaxaca: Colonial church, facade and lateral elevation showing buttress system.Add to your cart.
Item 272: 272/N-3L/P-1 Yanhuitlan: Church, bell tower detail.Add to your cart.
Item 273: 273/N-2L/P-1 Yanhuitlan: Church, retablo facade detail.Add to your cart.
Item 274: 274/N-3R/P-1 Yanhuitlan: Church, lateral view showing stylized Gothic clerestory windows and buttress.Add to your cart.
Item 275: 275/N-3L/P-1 Yanhuitlan: Church, window detail showing remains of Gothic tracery design.Add to your cart.
Item 276: 276/N-2L/P-1 Yanhuitlan: Church, lateral elevation.Add to your cart.
Item 277: 277/N-3R/P-1 Yanhuitlan: Church, rear view showing the curved apse wall.Add to your cart.
Item 278: 278/N-3R/P-1 Yanhuitlan: Church, lateral view showing decorative doorway, flying buttress, and clerestory windows.Add to your cart.
Item 279: 279/N-2L/P-1 Yanhuitlan: Church, apse view showing walled church yard, entry gate, and massive buttress.Add to your cart.
Item 280: 280/N-3R/P-1 Yanhuitlan: Church, cloister.Add to your cart.
Item 281: 281/N-3R/P-1 Yanhuitlan: Church, cloister shown in relation to the bell tower and church building.Add to your cart.
Item 282: 282/N-2L/P-2 Yanhuitlan: Church, interior view of the cloister walk showing ceiling vaulting and wall art decoration. (2nd photograph printed from slightly different perspective)Add to your cart.
Item 283: 283/N-1R/P-1 Yanhuitlan: Church, convent stairwell and window.Add to your cart.
Box 10b: Mexico, June and July 1982 (N-90/P-03) Add to your cart.
Item 284: 284/N-2L/P-1 Chalcatzingo, Morelos: Olmec site in origin, bas-relief carved on living rock of the mountain (boulder), 9' h x 10'-8" w. This carving is the most complex theme of 10 rock carvings, Rain God seated with complementary motifs. See Carlo T.E. Gay, Chalcacingo, Portland, OR: International Scholarly Book Services Inc., 1972 and George Kubler, The Art and Architecture of Ancient Mexico, 2nd edition, Penguin Books, 1975, p. 72.Add to your cart.
Item 285: 285/N-3L/P-1 Chalcatzingo: Bas-relief carved on rock, human figure with serpent.Add to your cart.
Item 286: 286/N-3L/P-0 Chalcatzingo: Rock art detail.Add to your cart.
Item 287: 287/N-2L/P-0 Chalcatzingo: Rock art detail.Add to your cart.
Item 288: 288/N-2L/P-0 Chalcatzingo: Rock art detail.Add to your cart.
Item 289: 289/N-6L/P-1 Chalcatzingo (near the site): Church (unidentified), vernacular baroque, view of the retablo facade and bell tower.Add to your cart.
Item 290: 290/N-2L/P-0 Chalcatzingo: Detail of the church's retablo facade, top tier.Add to your cart.
Item 291: 291/N-2L/P-0 Chalcatzingo: Detail of the church's retablo facade, second tier.Add to your cart.
Item 292: 292/N-2L/P-0 Chalcatzingo: Perspective view of the facade showing the sagrado.Add to your cart.
Item 293: 293/N-2L/P-0 Chalcatzingo: Vernacular architectural form, probably a storage bin, view 1.Add to your cart.
Item 294: 294/N-2L/P-0 Chalcatzingo: Vernacular architectural form, probably a storage bin, view 2.Add to your cart.
Item 295: 295/N-3L/P-0 Mexico City, Mexico: Chapultepec Palace also called El Castillo, octagon shaped fountain with modern sculpture of a grasshopper.Add to your cart.
Item 296: 296/N-3L/P-0 Mexico City: Pre-Columbian stone sculpture erected on the grounds of the Museo Nacional de Antropología, Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia (INAH).Add to your cart.
Item 297: 297/N-4L/P-0 Mexico City: INAH, view of floor to ceiling fountain sculpture in the central patio.Add to your cart.
Item 298: 298/N-2L/P-0 Mexico City: Chalchiutlicoe, goddess of water, stone, 3.20m h, Classic Teotihuacán III, INAH.Add to your cart.
Item 299: 299/N-2L/P-0 Mexico City: Anthropomorphic head, stone (unidentified), INAH.Add to your cart.
Item 300: 300/N-2L/P-0 Mexico City: Large stone sculpture (unidentified), INAH.Add to your cart.
Item 301: 301/N-2L/P-0 Mexico City: Large stone sculpture (unidentified), Mayan, INAH.Add to your cart.
Item 302: 302/N-3L/P-0 Mexico City: La Basílica de la Virgen de Guadalupe, modern design, NE of the city in the suburb of Villa Madero. Location of the famous painting of the Virgen de Guadalupe which at the time crowds of people viewed from a flat moving conveyor beltway.Add to your cart.
Item 303: 303/N-3L/P-0 Mexico City: La Basílica de la Virgen de Guadalupe, colonial baroque church, facade view; building closed for restoration.Add to your cart.
Item 304: 304/N-3L/P-0 Mexico City: La Basílica de la Virgen de Guadalupe, baroque retablo facade.Add to your cart.
Item 305: 305/N-2L/P-0 Mexico City: La Basílica de la Virgen de Guadalupe, facade, colonial baroque circular chapel.Add to your cart.
Item 306: 306/N-2L/P-0 Mexico City: La Basílica de la Virgen de Guadalupe, details of the upper section of the baroque chapel facade.Add to your cart.
Item 307: 307/N-3L/P-0 Mexico City: La Basílica de la Virgen de Guadalupe, perspective view of the baroque facade showing the bell tower, dome, and chapel (far right).Add to your cart.
Item 308: 308/N-2L/P-0 Mexico City: La Basílica de la Virgen de Guadalupe, outdoor sculpture of the virgen standing on half-moon with the points upward supported by a putti.Add to your cart.
Item 309: 309/N-3L/P-0 Mexico City: Portrait, retired orchestra leader-trumpet player (name ?) who rented rooms in his international style home to students.Add to your cart.
Item 310: 310/N-3L/P-0 Mexico City: Portrait, Gilberto, student, playing a guitar.Add to your cart.
Item 311: 311/N-3L/P-0 Tepotzotlán, Mexico: Convento de Tepotzotlán, view from the atrium.Add to your cart.
Item 312: 312/N-4L/P-0 Tepotzotlán: Convento de Tepotzotlán, retablo facade.Add to your cart.
Item 313: 313/N-2L/P-0 Tepotzotlán: Convento de Tepotzotlán, detail of the retablo facade.Add to your cart.
Item 314: 314/N-2L/P-0 Tepotzotlán: Convento de Tepotzotlán, towers and one of many heavy buttresses.Add to your cart.
Item 315: 315/N-3L/P-0 Tepotzotlán: Convento de Tepotzotlán, detail of telescopic dome with buttressing.Add to your cart.
Item 316: 316/N-2L/P-0 Tepotzotlán: Convento de Tepotzotlán, patio fountain, dated 1740.Add to your cart.
Item 317: 317/N-2L/P-0 Tepotzotlán: Convento de Tepotzotlán, atrium cross.Add to your cart.
Item 318: 318/N-2L/P-0 Tepotzotlán: Hostería (inn).Add to your cart.
Box 11: Peru, April 1978 (N-115/P-37) Add to your cart.
Item 319: 319/N-4L/P-1 Cuzco, Cuzco: Portraits, Julia Chambi and brother, photographers; image made in the studio of their father, Martín Chambi who worked in this studio from 1925-1965. His camera can be seen in the background.Add to your cart.
Item 320: 320/N-7L/P-1 Cuzco: Portrait, Amílcar Salomón Zorrilla, b. 1925, historical painter (mural size portraits of Incas) as well as interpreter of contemporary indigenous people; portrait made in Salomon studio.Add to your cart.
Item 321: 321/N-3R/P-1 Cuzco: Portrait, Giorgina de Mendivil, folk artist, photograph made in her studio.Add to your cart.
Item 322: 322/N-3R/P-1 Cuzco: Coricancha (Temple of the Sun). In New Orleans Museum of Art (NOMA) supplement to traveling Gold of El Dorado show, January 1979. See E. George Squier (19th century traveler), Peru: Incidents of Travel and Exploration in the Land of the Incas, NY: Harper & Brothers, Publishers, 1877. Reprint 1973, p. 443.Add to your cart.
Item 323: 323/N-2/P-1 Cuzco: Portrait, A. Gorin inside the curved wall of the Coricancha by S. Gorin.Add to your cart.
Item 324: 324/N-2/P-1 Cuzco (near): Portrait, Quechua girl and baby. In NOMA supplement to traveling Gold of El Dorado show, January 1979.Add to your cart.
Item 325: 325/N-3R/P-1 Cuzco (near): Portrait, Quechua boy.Add to your cart.
Item 326: 326/N-3L/P-0 Lima, Lima: Portrait, Dra. Klein, Peru, b. Germany, pediatrician; photograph made in her apartment. Dra. Klein, winner 1979 Contemporary Photography in Louisiana II.Add to your cart.
Item 327: 327/N-3L/P-0 Lima: Portrait, Dra. Eva Klein de Zinghelboim, Peru, b. Germany, endocrinologist and pediatrician (daughter of Dra. Klein in 326); photograph made in her mother's apartment.Add to your cart.
Item 328: 328/N-3L/P-0 Lima: Portraits, Ester and Raúl Zinghelboim, b. Peru; children of Dra. Eva Klein de Zinghelboim.Add to your cart.
Item 329: 329/N-3R/P-1 Lima: Portraits, Alfonso and Elva Rodríguez, parents of Humberto Rodríguez-Camilloni, Ph.D., architectural historian; photograph made on the balcony of their apartment.Add to your cart.
Item 330: 330/N-3R/P-1 Machu Picchu, Cuzco: The city of Machu Picchu as viewed from Huayna Picchu mountain.Add to your cart.
Item 331: 331/N-2R/P-1 Machu Picchu: View from Machu Picchu mountain overlooking the entry gate, royal apartments, Intihuatana, and the sacred square.Add to your cart.
Item 332: 332/N-2R/P-1 Machu Picchu: View overlooking the sacred square, industrial sector; Huayna Picchu to the north.Add to your cart.
Item 333: 333/N-3L/P-1 Machu Picchu: View of northwestern sector showing sacred square and Intihuatana. In photo mural NOMA supplement to traveling Gold of El Dorado show, January 1979. Photo mural in Latin American Photographic Archive.Add to your cart.
Item 334: 334/N-3L/P-1 Machu Picchu: Central sector; Royal Mausoleum complex, stairway of the fountains and industrial district, view 1.Add to your cart.
Item 335: 335/N-3L/P-1 Machu Picchu: Central sector; view 2.Add to your cart.
Item 336: 336/N-3L/P-1 Machu Picchu: Southwestern corner of sacred square showing terraces, monumental staircase, and Wall of Three Niches.Add to your cart.
Item 337: 337/N-3L/P-1 Machu Picchu: Northeast portion of industrial sector overlooking Huayna Picchu mountain.Add to your cart.
Item 338: 338/N-3R/P-1 Machu Picchu: Southwest corner of sacred square overlooking industrial sector.Add to your cart.
Item 339: 339/N-3R/P-1 Machu Picchu: View of industrial sector looking toward Huayna Picchu mountain.Add to your cart.
Item 340: 340/N-3L/P-1 Machu Picchu: Southeastern portion of industrial sector overlooking Urubamba River.Add to your cart.
Item 341: 341/N-3R/P-1 Machu Picchu: View of agricultural sector, terraces, looking toward southwest.Add to your cart.
Item 342: 342/N-2L/P-1 Machu Picchu: Ceremonial monolithic stone altar piece, agricultural sector, near the house of the Ayamalloc (Guardian of the Dead), similar to the monolithic stone at Sahuite in 512.Add to your cart.
Item 343: 343/N-2R/P-1 Machu Picchu: Royal Mausoleum with royal apartments, view from the sacred square.Add to your cart.
Item 344: 344/N-4L/P-1 Machu Picchu: Royal Mausoleum, detail; Huairona (limekiln) with restored thatch roof.Add to your cart.
Item 345: 345/N-4L/P-1 Machu Picchu: Huairona, detail; monumental dressed stone wall in Royal Apartment Sector.Add to your cart.
Item 346: 346/N-3L/P-1 Machu Picchu: Southeastern corner of the royal apartment sector with semi circular tower and Royal Mausoleum, view 1.Add to your cart.
Item 347: 347/N-2L/P-1 Machu Picchu: Southeastern corner of royal apartment sector with semi circular town and Royal Mausoleum, view 2. In photo mural NOMA supplement to traveling Gold of El Dorado show, January 1979. Photo mural in Latin American Photographic Archive.Add to your cart.
Item 348: 348/N-2R/P-1 Machu Picchu: Ceremonial stone carved into the shape of a condor drinking from a vessel, industrial sector, only known example of a naturalistic representation in sculpture in Machu Picchu.Add to your cart.
Item 349: 349/N-2R/P-1 Machu Picchu: Masma (house) with restored thatched roof, industrial sector.Add to your cart.
Item 350: 350/N-3R/P-1 Machu Picchu: Single room masma with trapezoid niches, industrial sector.Add to your cart.
Item 351: 351/N-1R/P-1 Machu Picchu: Detail of a building with trapezoid openings, live rock foundation, industrial sector.Add to your cart.
Item 352: 352/N-2R/P-1 Machu Picchu: Temple of Three Windows, view from sacred square.Add to your cart.
Item 353: 353/N-2R/P-1 Machu Picchu: Temple of Three Windows overlooking Machu Picchu mountain. In photo mural NOMA supplement to traveling Gold of El Dorado show, January 1979. Photo mural in Latin American Photographic Archive.Add to your cart.
Item 354: 354/N-2L/P-1 Machu Picchu: Intihuatana, detail of northeast portion with retaining walls.Add to your cart.
Item 355: 355/N-3R/P-1 Machu Picchu: Intihuatana complex looking northwest. In photo mural NOMA supplement to traveling Gold of El Dorado show, January 1979. Photo mural in Latin American Photographic Archive.Add to your cart.
Item 356: 356/N-3R/P-1 Machu Picchu: Intihuatana, detail of ceremonial altar piece. Winner, 1979 Contemporary Photography in Louisiana II, Contemporary Arts Center, Judy Dater, juror.Add to your cart.
Item 357: 357/N-2R/P-0 Machu Picchu: Detail of wild flowers.Add to your cart.
Item 358: 358/N-1R/P-0 Machu Picchu: Portrait, S. Steven Gorin after climbing Huana Picchu.Add to your cart.
Item 359: 359/N-2L/P-0 Machu Picchu: Llamas grazing in the ruins.Add to your cart.
Item 360: 360/N-3R/P-2 Sacsayhuamán, Cuzco: Stone wall section and construction detail; elevation 11,907 feet.Add to your cart.
Box 12: Peru, June and July 1984 (N-152/P-68)Add to your cart.
Item 361: 361/N-4L/P-0 Cahuacucho (near Manchan, near Casma), Ancash: Undisturbed pre-Columbian landscape, once a city where Chimú people lived.Add to your cart.
Item 362: 362/N-2L/P-0 Cahuacucho: View of the valley, water source and land where crops were grown.Add to your cart.
Item 363: 363/N-3L/P-2 Manchan (near Casma), Ancash: Remains of pre-Columbian cane walls. Manchan was a regional Chimú center.Add to your cart.
Item 364: 364/N-2L/P-0 Manchan: View of the desertscape.Add to your cart.
Item 365: 365/N-2L/P-0 Cajamarca, Cajamarca: Cathedral, detail of retablo facade.Add to your cart.
Item 366: 366/N-2L/P-0 Cajamarca: Cathedral, view of the structure across the atrium.Add to your cart.
Item 367: 367/N-5L/P-0 Cajamarca: Cathedral, carved stone facade details.Add to your cart.
Item 368: 368/N-3R/P-0 Cajamarca: Unidentified building.Add to your cart.
Item 369: 369/N-9R/P-0 Cajamarca: Architectural details typical of the colonial city: twisted columns, simple v-shaped zapata capitals (in a courtyard), Mannerist style entryways.Add to your cart.
Item 370: 370/N-3R/P-1 Otuzco (near Cajamarca), Cajamarca: Unique mountain niches, perhaps once used as burial places or tombs.Add to your cart.
Item 371: 371/N-11R/P-4 Cerro Sechín (near Casma), Ancash: North coastal site outstanding for is its large collection of incised stone carvings, human figures and portraits with dramatic expressions. Site discovered by Julio C. Tello, 1937.Add to your cart.
Item 372: 372/N-2L/P-0 Cerro Sechín: Building stablization work in process.Add to your cart.
Item 373: 373/N-9L/P-0 Cerro Sechín: Restoration work on wall paintings in process.Add to your cart.
Item 374: 374/N-3L/P-0 Cerro Sechín: Portrait, Erman Guzman Reyes, restoration artist with the Instituto Nacional de Cultura, Lima.Add to your cart.
Item 375: 375/N-2R/P-1 Chan Chan (near Trujillo), La Libertad: Huaca el Dragón, view of mud plaster restoration work. See Richard P. Schaedel Collection and E. George Squier, Peru: Incidents of Travel and Exploration in the Land of the Incas, pp. 135-192.Add to your cart.
Item 376: 376/N-1R/P-1 Chan Chan: Huaca Esmeralda, detail view of restored mud plaster work.Add to your cart.
Item 377: 377/N-1R/P-2 Chan Chan: Huaca Esmeralda, view of restored ramp.Add to your cart.
Item 378: 378/N-2R/P-2 Chan Chan: Huaca Esmeralda, detail of mud plaster animal, perhaps a squirrel.Add to your cart.
Item 379: 379/N-2R/P-1 Chan Chan: Tschudi Ciudadela (citadel or a sector, one of ten large administrative centers); view of weathered down adobes coated with hydraulic cement-based mortar for erosion protection</span>. See also 418.Add to your cart.
Item 380: 380/N-2R/P-1 Chan Chan: Tschudi, restored storage rooms.Add to your cart.
Item 381: 381/N-2R/P-1 Chan Chan: Tschudi, restored wall with mud plaster fish and a frieze of birds at ground level.Add to your cart.
Item 382: 382/N-2R/P-1 Chan Chan: Tschudi, view of unrestored area.Add to your cart.
Item 383: 383/N-2R/P-1 Chan Chan: Tschudi, a walk-in water well.Add to your cart.
Item 384: 384/N-3R/P-1 Cumbamayo Canal (near Cajamarca), Cajamarca: View of a cave on the trail to the canal system. Altitude about 12,000 feet.Add to your cart.
Item 385: 385/N-3R/P-3 Cumbamayo Canal: Rock art on the interior walls of the cave.Add to your cart.
Item 386: 386/N-3R/P-1 Cumbamayo Canal: View of a section of the canal and a sacred stone.Add to your cart.
Item 387: 387/N-3R/P-2 Cumbamayo Canal: Views of two different sections of the canal system.Add to your cart.
Item 388: 388/N-3R/P-1 Galindo (near Trujillo), La Libertad: Vernacular cane house under construction in a small mountain hamlet.Add to your cart.
Item 389: 389/N-3R/P-1 Galindo: A completed cane house.Add to your cart.
Item 390: 390/N-2R/P-1 Huamán (near Trujillo), La Libertad: Church of Santiago, view of the facade with cane scaffolding for restoration of earthquake damages.Add to your cart.
Item 391: 391/N-2R/P-2 Huamán: Church of Santiago, detail of sculpture over the doorway: two mermaids with fish tails playing the charango (a guitar-like instrument). Unique design motif for northern Peru.Add to your cart.
Item 392: 392/N-2R/P-1 Moche (near Trujillo), La Libertad: Portraits, S. Steven Gorin, engineer-environmental designer and planner, and Victor Antonio Rodríguez Suy Suy, Ph.D., archaeologist, a direct Moche descendant, see Suy Suy, "Chan Chan: Ciudad e Adobe Observaciones Sobre Su Base Ecología." Revista Antropología, 1971: 89-113.Add to your cart.
Item 393: 393/N-2R/P-1 Moche: Huaca de la Luna from Huaca del Sol. View shows the dramatic setting of the huaca in the shadow of a dominating mountain. See also 507.Add to your cart.
Item 394: 394/N-3R/P-1 Moche: Huaca de la Luna, distant view from across a freshly plowed agricultural field.Add to your cart.
Item 395: 395/N-3R/P-2 Moche: Huaca del Sol. Monumental adobe brick structure.Add to your cart.
Item 396: 396/N-3R/P-1 Pan American Highway (from Trujillo to Casma), La Libertad to Ancash: View of a cemetery in the desert at the foothills of the Andes.Add to your cart.
Item 397a: 397/N-4R/P-3 Pan American Highway: View of barchan dunes formations. The shape possibly inspired the shape of the Chimú U-shaped room. See also 414 and 417.Add to your cart.
Item 397b: 397/N-4L/P-0Add to your cart.
Item 398: 398/N-2R/P-0 Trujillo, La Libertad: Church (unidentified).Add to your cart.
Item 399: 399/N-4R/P-0 Trujillo: Urban views of earthquake restoration in process: two churches (unidentified).Add to your cart.
Item 400: 400/N-2R/P-0 Trujillo: Unidentified colonial building.Add to your cart.
Item 401: 401/N-2R/P-0 Trujillo: Casa de la Emancipación, patio of a colonial town house.Add to your cart.
Item 402a: 402/N-1R/P-1 Trujillo: Casa de la Emancipación, restored colonial mural in the zaguán (entry or carriageway).Add to your cart.
Item 402b: 402/N-1L/P-0 The photograph demonstrates local preservation philosophy at this time: the colonial lady's face is gone but no attempt is made to replace it.Add to your cart.
Item 403: 403/N-3R/P-1 Trujillo: Casa Ganoza Chopitea, colonial nobleman's mannor house; view of the street facade and entry door. Named after Agustín Ganoza, medical doctor and politician, and José Ignacio Chopitea, engineer and politican. See student paper "Ganoza Chopitea in Trujillo, Viceregal Peru" by Gorin, 1979, in the Latin American Library.Add to your cart.
Item 404: 404/N-9L/P-0 Trujillo: Typical louvered balconies.Add to your cart.
Item 405: 405/N-3L/P-0 Trujillo: Typical decorative window with rejas (iron bars) resting on a console.Add to your cart.
Item 406: 406/N-2L/P-0 Trujillo: Portrait, Miguel Cornejo, archaeologist and instructor, University of Trujillo.Add to your cart.
Item 407: 407/N-2R/P-1 Trujillo: Portrait, Victor Pimental Spissu, student of archaeology; son of Victor Pimental Gurmendi, Ph.D., architect and Executive Director of Special Project Work for the Museo Nacional de Antropología y Arqueología.Add to your cart.
Item 408: 408/N-2R/P-1 Trujillo: Portrait, daughter of Dr. Victor Pimental Gurmendi.Add to your cart.
Item 409: 409/N-0/P-25 Trujillo: Contact prints, 35mm, of a colonial map of Trujillo; colonial architecture and urban scenes of Trujillo; the village of Huanchaco on the shore of the Pacific Ocean; and the colonial church of Santiago at Huamán. The photographs were made by Luis Alberto Rozas ca. 1940; the negatives are owned by Dr. Humberto Rodríguez Camilloni of Virginia Tech; Gorin printed these images for an exhibition in the Latin American Library on the occasion of the College Art Association New Orleans meeting in 1980. Exhibition photographs and a set of 35mm copy negatives are in the Latin American Photographic Archive.Add to your cart.
Item 410: 410/N-0/P-01 Lima, Lima: An original Abraham Guillén copy photograph (7-1/2" h x 20" w) of a painting of a panoramic view of the Plaza of Acleo, Rimac by Tasset; from Guillén's collection in the Instituto Nacional de Cultura. Gift to Gorin from the Instituto, 1984.Add to your cart.
PHOTO ARCHIVE FLAT FILE AA Gorin Coll.
Box 13a: Abraham Guillén Melgar Photographs In Other Collections Add to your cart.

Peru Copied by Gorin, 1983

For Gorin's master's thesis, "Research for Planning, Design, and Restoration: The Role of Historical Documentary Photography," University of New Orleans, 1985, a selected group of social scientific photographs by master photographer Abraham Guillén (Peru 1901-1985) was analyzed to demonstrate how documentary photographs, a reservoir of information barely touched by researchers, are primary informational resources. This group of study prints was also used to write "The Art of Documentary Photography: Abraham Guillén Melgar (b. 1901)" (unpublished paper) and "Chan Chan, Peru (A.D. 950-1440)" (unpublished paper), the later based on her 1984 field study in Chan Chan and environs. The groups are arranged: Yale, Kubler, Dobyns-Doughty, and the Latin American Photographic Archive.

Yale University, Art and Architecture Library, Slide and Photographic Collection Peru, 1966 Identification guided by original Guillén labels.

Through the kindness of George Kubler, Ph.D., and Helen Chillman, librarian in the Yale Art and Architecture Library, Gorin was given access to the Abraham Guillén photographs. To reproduce any of these images one must obtain permission from Yale.

Item 411: 411/N-2L/P-1 Ayacucho, Huari: Tomb in the Tiahunacoide style, Huari culture.Add to your cart.
Item 412: 412/N-2L/P-1 Cajamarquilla, Lima: View of holes in the ground for grain or tuber storage (Schaedel, 03 September 1983).Add to your cart.
Item 413: 413/N-2L/P-1 Cajamarquilla: View of unidentified ruins.Add to your cart.
Item 414: 414/N-2L/P-1 Chan Chan (near Trujillo), La Libertad: Tschudi, interior view of adobe ruins showing audiencas, a modern term for U-shaped rooms believed to be used as administrative offices or meeting rooms given by the Chan Chan-Moche Valley Project 1969-1974. Adobe walls are decorated with patterns made of mud plaster; in the background are the remains of once high walls that characterize the site. See 397 for possible origin of U-shaped rooms.Add to your cart.
Item 415: 415/N-2L/P-1 Chan Chan: Tschudi, interior view showing remains of surrounding high walls in the background, mud plaster frieze of sea coast birds in the foreground at ground level, and restored walls.Add to your cart.
Item 416: 416/N-2L/P-1 Chan Chan: Tschudi, interior view, possibly a courtyard, showing remains of a high wall in the background. Example of mud plaster frieze in circle pattern.Add to your cart.
Item 417: 417/N-2L/P-1 Chan Chan: Tschudi, classical shaped audiencas (Robert Feldman, 05 March 1984) decorated with stylized sea coast birds.Add to your cart.
Item 418: 418/N-2L/P-1 Chan Chan: Tschudi, interior view showing weathered down adobes coated with hydraulic cement-based mortar for erosion protection, n.d. but probably 1966. See also 379.Add to your cart.
Item 419: 419/N-2L/P-1 Chan Chan: Tschudi, interior view of adobe ruins showing room divisions and decorative mud paster wall reliefs of coastal birds.Add to your cart.
Item 420: 420/N-2L/P-1 Chan Chan: Tschudi, decorative wall reliefs of geometric patterns and a frieze of stylized coastal birds at ground level in mud plaster.Add to your cart.
Item 421: 421/N-2L/P-1 Chan Chan: Tschudi, detail of restored adobe wall decorated with stylized mud plaster fish and birds.Add to your cart.
Item 422: 422/N-2L/P-1 Chan Chan: Tschudi, detail of interior wall frieze of stylized sea birds in mud plaster.Add to your cart.
Item 423: 423/N-2L/P-1 Chan Chan: Probably Tschudi, detail of interior wall decorated with stylized birds in mud plaster, n.d. but probably 1966.Add to your cart.
Item 424: 424/N-2L/P-1 Chan Chan: Tschudi, detail of interior wall decorated with stylized birds designed to fit the corner of a room.Add to your cart.
Item 425: 425/N-2L/P-1 Chimú blackware: Ceramic, stirrup spout bottle representing a house with decorated pillars. A monkey at the base of the spout is characteristic of Chimú design vocabulary. In Museo Nacional de Arqueología y Anthropología, Lima.Add to your cart.
Item 426: 426/N-3L/P-1 Copacabana (near Lake Titicaca), Bolivia: Portrait, Abraham Guillén, lower right. Rock formation, "The Gallow," a name perhaps given by Guillén or at least perpetuated by him.Add to your cart.
Item 427: 427/N-2L/P-1 Puno (near Lake Titicaca), Puno: Palace on Isla del Sol.Add to your cart.
Item 428: 428/N-2L/P-1 Sacsayhuamán, Cuzco: Aerial view of the site, 1943. See E. George Squier, Peru: Incidents of Travel and Exploration in the Land of the Incas, p. 470.Add to your cart.
Item 429: 429/N-2L/P-1 Sillustani (near Lake Titicaca), Puno: Chullpas (burial chambers).Add to your cart.
Item 430: 430/N-2L/P-1 Sillustani: Detail of chullpas showing highly finished stonework.Add to your cart.
Item 431: 431/N-2L/P-1 Tambo Colorado, Ica: Aerial view of the palace and plaza complex.Add to your cart.
Item 432: 432/N-2L/P-1 Tambo Colorado: Section of residential or storage area.Add to your cart.
Item 433: 433/N-2L/P-1 Tambo Colorado: Interior room with windows framed with step-like design similar to window design at Mesa Verde, Colorado, USA.Add to your cart.
Item 434: 434/N-2L/P-1 Pachacamac, Lima: Templo de Pachacamac, remains of murals of marine life on monumental steps, 1938.Add to your cart.
Item 435: 435/N-2L/P-1 Pachacamac: Templo de Pachacamac, remains of a mural in blue, black and red on the grand staircase. No longer in existence.Add to your cart.
Item 436: 436/N-2L/P-1 Ayacucho, Huari: Monolith, human figure, stone, appears to be broken at the waist, in the pueblo Pacae K'aja near the ruins.Add to your cart.
Item 437: 437/N-2L/P-1 Callejón de Huaylas (near Chavín de Huantar), Ancash: Human-like head with the appearance of a long neck, but possibly a tenon head, stone.Add to your cart.
Item 438: 438/N-2L/P-1 Callejón de Huaylas: Monolith, bust of human form, stone.Add to your cart.
Item 439: 439/N-2L/P-1 Chavín, Ancash: Bas-relief of feline figure probably inspired by a puma, stone.Add to your cart.
Item 440: 440/N-2L/P-1 Chavín: Incised zoomorphic figures found during the 1966 restoration work, stone.Add to your cart.
Item 441: 441/N-2L/P-1 Chavín de Huantar, Ancash: Anthropromorphic head, a tendon head, stone, 1955.Add to your cart.
Item 442: 442/N-2L/P-1 Cuzco, Cuzco: Inca sculpture, two animal figures, stone. From the Church of San Francisco. See E. George Squier, Peru: Incidents of Travel and Explorations in the Land of the Incas, p. 458.Add to your cart.
Item 443: 443/N-2L/P-1 Huamachuco, La Libertad: Human head with head band or hat and earrings, possibly a tenon head, stone.Add to your cart.
Item 444: 444/N-2L/P-1 Lambayeque, Lambayeque: Vessel with spout decorated with four human figures carrying a human figure on a litter, ceramic. In Museo Nacional de Arqueología y Antropología, Lima.Add to your cart.
Item 445: 445/N-3L/P-1 Mochica culture (same as Moche): Stirrup spout bottle in the form of a complex mountain scene with seated human figures, ceramic.Add to your cart.
Item 446: 446/N-3L/P-1 Nepena, Ancash: Three figures, one human head, in situ at the temple in Santa Cerro Blanco, other two designs are unidentified, ceramic.Add to your cart.
Item 447: 447/N-2L/P-1 Pallasca, Ancash: Atlas column in shape of zoomorphic seated figure, stone, in Museo Larco.Add to your cart.
Item 448: 448/N-4L/P-1 Paracas culture: Detail of stylized elaborated anthropomorphic figure, textile, probably Paracas.Add to your cart.
Item 449: 449/N-3L/P-1 Paracas culture: Detail of stylized anthropomorphic figure, textile, probably Paracas.Add to your cart.
Item 450: 450/N-2L/P-1 Piura, Piura: Stylized seated human figure with warrior crown on his head, earrings, and arm ban, ceramic, Vicus culture.Add to your cart.
Item 451: 451/N-2L/P-1 Piura: Anthropomorfic figure with almond shaped eyes, standing, ceramic.Add to your cart.
Item 452: 452/N-2L/P-1 Pucara, Puno: Human figure, standing, stone.Add to your cart.
Item 453: 453/N-2L/P-1 Puno: Two animal figures with long tails carved in relief on a stone slab (Guillén, capachica stone).Add to your cart.
Item 454: 454/N-2L/P-1 Sillustani, Puno: Monolith, figure of a lizard in relief on a rock.Add to your cart.
Item 455: 455/N-2L/P-1 Tiahuanaco (southern region of Lake Titicaca), Bolivia: Female figure in seated position with legs tucked under her body, stone.Add to your cart.
Item 456: 456/N-2L/P-1 Tiahuanacoid culture: Anthropomorphic vessel with wide open mouth and stylized eyes, half black and half white, characteristic of Tiahuanacoid style, ceramic.Add to your cart.
Item 457: 457/N-2L/P-1 Tiahuanacoid culture of Huari: Human figure with head decoration, standing, ceramic, Huari.Add to your cart.
Item 458: 458/N-2L/P-1 Vilcashuamán, Ayacucho: Incised double zigzag pattern, stone.Add to your cart.
Box 13b: George Kubler Collection (N-25/P-08) Add to your cart.

Peru, 1951

George Kubler, Ph.D., art and architectural historian and prolific writer, professor emeritus of Yale University, had a long working relationship with Guillén. Dr. Kubler not only had great respect for Guillén and his work but also for the doors he opened for him in Peru, especially on the UNESCO Cuzco Project which was organized after the 21 May 1951 earthquake. Dr. Kubler was a member of the team of experts who evaluated the architectural damages and studied traffic patterns in that city. Dr. Kubler was happy that the master photographer was being academically recognized and assisted Gorin to reconstruct Guillén's role in the Cuzco UNESCO mission. Guillén produced a thousand photographs which were used by the experts to evaluate damages to the buildings. The following selected images represents only a small sample of the monumental property damage that occurred in Cuczo from the disastrous quake. To reproduce any of these photographs one must obtain permission from Dr. Kubler.

Item 459: 459|N-4R|P-1 George Kubler: Portrait made at Yale University, 1983.Add to your cart.
Item 460: 460/N-3L/P-1 Cuzco, Cuzco: Church of Santo Domingo; the Coricancha in Inca times. See E. George Squier, Peru: Incidents of Travel and Explorations in the Land of the Incas, p. 443.Add to your cart.
Item 461: 461/N-3L/P-1 Cuzco: Santo Domingo, interior damage.Add to your cart.
Item 462: 462/N-3L/P-1 Cuzco: Roof of Santa Catalina, Dr. Kubler (R); Oscar Jiménez, road engineer and member of the mission party (L).Add to your cart.
Item 463: 463/N-3L/P-1 Cuzco: Cloister of La Merced; detail of emergency supports.Add to your cart.
Item 464: 464/N-3L/P-1 Cuzco: Church of El Triunfo; detail of earthquake damage to the espadaña (bell gable, belfry); two men are unidentified.Add to your cart.
Item 465: 465/N-3L/P-1 Cuzco: Church of San Sebastian before restoration with detail of the atrium cross.Add to your cart.
Item 466: 466/N-3L/P-1 Cuzco: Church of San Sebastian after restoration with detail of the atrium cross.Add to your cart.
Box 13c: Henry E. Dobyns-Paul L. Doughty Collection (N-07/P-07) Add to your cart.

Peru, 1950-1955

Henry E. Dobyns, Ph.D. and Paul L. Doughty, Ph.D., both sociologists who worked on the Cornell-Peru Vicos Project, helped Gorin to reconstruct Abraham Guillén's role in this project from 1950-55. Drs. Dobyns and Doughty recognized not only Guillén's photographic skills but also the social scientific value of his body of work at Vicos and rescued his archive when it was in danger of being tossed out at the close of the project. Gorin was allowed to review this collection and to print from Guillén's original negatives the following six images which she judged to be extraordinary for subject, composition, sensitivity, exposure, and degree of difficulty. All negatives were printed full frame. These photographs are not available for reproduction.

The following seven negatives are copy negatives made from Gorin's prints. The film number follows the description of the image.

Item 467: 467/N-1/P-1 Vicos, Ancash: Portraits, Abraham Guillén kneeling (lower R), in a group picture in the public square with Dr. Allan R. Holmberg and his University of San Marcos students, 1948. Unidentified photographer but perhaps Guillén. From unidentified source. Neg. 20Add to your cart.
Item 468: 468/N-1/P-1 Vicos: Harvesting grains of wheat. Neg. 16Add to your cart.
Item 469: 469/N-1/P-1 Vicos: Horses thrashing wheat. Neg. 18Add to your cart.
Item 470: 470/N-1/P-1 Vicos: Papas (potatoes) and folk architecture, view 1. Neg. 19Add to your cart.
Item 471: 471/N-1/P-1 Vicos: Papas and folk architecture, view 2. Neg. 17Add to your cart.
Item 472: 472/N-1/P-1 Vicos: Portraits, Cementario (cemetery, two people at a grave site). Neg. 14Add to your cart.
Item 473: 473/N-1/P-1 Vicos: Portrait, Niña con su muneca de pan (Little girl with a doll of bread). Neg. 15Add to your cart.
Box 14: Latin American Photographic Archive, Abraham Guillén Collection (N-170/P-42) Peru Add to your cart.
Item 474: 474/N-3L/P-1 Abraham Guillén: Portrait, perhaps a self portrait.Add to your cart.
Item 475: 475/N-2L/P-1 Abraham Guillén: His signature (included in the sleeve, back side, of 474).Add to your cart.
Item 476: 476/N-2L/P-1 Cajamarca, Cajamarca: Canal de Cumbamayo, 1944.Add to your cart.
Item 477: 477/N-2L/P-1 Callejón de Huaylas (near Chavín de Huantar), Ancash: Three pieces, each a human form, one sculptured, two in low relief, stone.Add to your cart.
Item 478: 478/N-2L/P-1 Cerro Culebras (Valley of Chillón), Ancash: Wall mural, geometric design, 1952.Add to your cart.
Item 479: 479/N-2L/P-1 Cerro Sechín (near Casma), Ancash: Post and fence-like wall before restoration; design on tall monolith, far right, probably a banner or insignia, 1969.Add to your cart.
Item 480: 480/N-2L/P-1 Cerro Sechín: Monoliths before restoration work, 1969.Add to your cart.
Item 481: 481/N-2L/P-1 Cerro Sechín: Row of monoliths incised with figures at the front of the entrance, 1969.Add to your cart.
Item 482: 482/N-2L/P-1 Cerro Sechín: Detail of incised monolith in the shape of a human.Add to your cart.
Item 483: 483/N-2L/P-1 Cerro Sechín: Detail of incised free form abstract monolith, 1969.Add to your cart.
Item 484: 484/N-2L/P-1 Chan Chan (near Trujillo), La Libertad: Huaca Esmeralda, molded and carved wall decoration on a ramp. Guillén made this photograph with Richard Schaedel, 1953.Add to your cart.
Item 485: 485/N-2L/P-1 Chan Chan: Huaca El Dragón, detail of mud plaster decorative wall excavated by Richard Schaedel. Guillén made this photograph with Schaedel, 1953.Add to your cart.
Item 486: 486/N-2L/P-1 Chan Chan: Rivero, Chimú figure in situ, wood, Museo Universidad de Trijullo. Guillén made this photograph with Schaedel.Add to your cart.
Item 487: 487/N-2L/P-1 Chavín de Huantar, Ancash: Galerías del castillo, 1955.Add to your cart.
Item 488: 488/N-2L/P-1 Chavín de Huantar: Estella Raimondi in Museo Nacional de Arqueología y Antropología, Lima.Add to your cart.
Item 489: 489/N-2L/P-1 Chavín de Huantar: Rare stele in the form of a cylinder or column, decorated, 1955. This view is the column before it was incorrectly positioned. See Luis G. Lumbreras, The People and Cultures of Ancient Peru, Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1974, p. 66.Add to your cart.
Item 490: 490/N-2L/P-1 Chavín de Huantar: Chavín warrior incised in stone with classic Chavín upturned pupil of the eye, found in 1972.Add to your cart.
Item 491: 491/N-2L/P-1 Cuzco, Cuzco: Farmer with an arado (plow). Notice wad of coca leaves in his mouth. See a similar drawing by colonial artist Guaman Poma de Ayala in Luis Valcarcel's, Historia de la Cultura Antigua del Perú, Tomo I, Volumen II, Lima, 1949.Add to your cart.
Item 492: 492/N-1L/P-1 Cuzco (near): Church of San Jerónimo Parish, 16th century, in an Indian village. The facade is composed of: a three arched narthex with balcony, a three arched espadana (bell gable, belfry) with three bells, and an antrium cross.Add to your cart.
Item 493: 493/N-10L/P-1 Cuzco (near): Church of San Jerónimo Parish, portrait of a small boy and girl framed in a doorway, 1934.Add to your cart.
Item 494: 494/N-1L/P-1 Cuzco: Copy of the painting "Terremoto de Cuzco, 1650" or "Monroy Panorama." Painting was made soon after the great quake on the order of Don Alonso Cortés de Monroy (according to the Kubler Cuzco survey).Add to your cart.
Item 495: 495/N-2L/P-1 Huinay Huayne or Winay Huayna (near Urubamba), Cuzco: Settlement on a mountainside showing roofless stone buildings and terrance gardens, 1942.Add to your cart.
Item 496: 496/N-2L/P-1 Huinay Huayna: Detail of high stone gabled buildings, 1942.Add to your cart.
Item 497: 497/N-2L/P-1 Ilave (area of Lake Titicaca), Puno: Preparation of chunu (a drink).Add to your cart.
Item 498: 498/N-2L/P-1 Islas de Chincha (near Pisco), Ica: Pichones de Piquero (Booby birds) nesting, 1935.Add to your cart.
Item 499: 499/N-2L/P-1 Lima, Lima: Exterior view of street facade, house of Jirón Moquequa, Cuadoa 3, 1970.Add to your cart.
Item 500: 500/N-2L/P-1 Lima: Interior view of parlor, house of Ignacio Moraski, Calle El Milagro, 1970.Add to your cart.
Item 501: 501/N-1L/P-1 Lima: Copy of vintage photograph. Street facade view of a hotel with baths on the Plaza de Armas; row of waiting horse-drawn buggies, perhaps taxis, ca. 1870.Add to your cart.
Item 502: 502/N-2L/P-1 Machu Picchu, Cuzco: Aerial view of the Tower.Add to your cart.
Item 503: 503/N-2L/P-1 Madre de Dios (on the Río Blanco, south of Manu): Portrait, Mashco Indian man with bow and arrow in front of a house made of native straw-like material, 1956.Add to your cart.
Item 504: 504/N-2L/P-1 Pachacamac, Lima: Murals of marine life, 1938. No longer in existence.Add to your cart.
Item 505: 505/N-2L/P-1 Pallasca, Ancash: Incised, low relief stones with human forms, ca. 1945.Add to your cart.
Item 506: 506/N-2L/P-1 Pucara, Puno: Tejedora (weaver), 1934.Add to your cart.
Item 507: 507/N-2L/P-1 Pucara: Colonial Latin cross plan church with dome constructed in front of a rugged mountain. Note the use of the dominant landscape element, the mountain, as a backdrop for the architecture; similar to the use of the mountain behind the Huaca de la Luna in Moche in 393.Add to your cart.
Item 508: 508/N-2L/P-1 Pucara: Incised suche fish, tadpole at the top and in between a circle symbolic of water, stone, 1934.Add to your cart.
Item 509: 509/N-2L/P-1 Pucara: Incised geometric and abstract shapes, stone, 1934.Add to your cart.
Item 510: 510/N-10L/P-1 Paucartambo: Colonial bridge with llama herder and his stock. Photograph was found in Emilio Harth-terré Collection, possibly by Guillén, 1979.Add to your cart.
Item 511: 511/N-2L/P-1 Quispicanchis: Vicuña, 1969. See E. George Squier, Peru: Incidents of Travel and Exploration in the Land of the Incas, p. 250.Add to your cart.
Item 512: 512/N-2L/P-1 Sahuite: Portrait, José Santander, archaeologist, setting on top of a large, finely-carved ceremonial stone with steps, similar to the monolithic stone at Machu Picchu in 342.Add to your cart.
Item 513: 513/N-2L/P-1 Tiahuanaco, Bolivia: Ponce Stone, a monolithic figure with decorative incising from top to bottom, 9' h, 1960.Add to your cart.
Item 514: 514/N-2L/P-1 Trujillo, La Libertad: View on the Plaza de Armas, 1936. No longer in existence.Add to your cart.
Item 515: 515/N-2L/P-1 Vilcashuan or Wilkawain: Portrait, Herman Amat, archaeologist, in the galerias, 1956.Add to your cart.
Item 516: 516/N-72/P-0 A set of 35mm copy negatives (2 rolls, 36 each) of Guillén's photographs from the Latin American Photographic Archive (474-515) was made by the Library. The negatives are arranged according to the number on the film.Add to your cart.
Box 15: Richard P. Schaedel Collection (N-04/P-55) Add to your cart.

Peru, ca. 1948 Printed from Dr. Schaedel's negatives, 1984 Identification guided by Dr. Schaedel (personal communication)

The following Andean photographs were taken by American pioneer anthropologist-archaeologist Richard P. Schaedel, Ph.D. whose research in Peru began with his dissertation, "An Analysis of Central Andean Stone Sculpture," Yale, 1952. Among Dr. Schaedel's wide network of Peruvian friends was Abraham Guillén. All of the photographs in this collection were made with a Rolleiflex borrowed from Guillén in 1947-48 and with a Kodak Reflex camera in 1948.

Dr. Schaedel lived and worked in the desert on the North Coast of Peru for fifteen years. Among his many achievements was the direction of the excavation of the whole Huaca El Dragón near Chan Chan. In April 1954 Life magazine (36(14):25-27) published the story of the expedition Dr. Schaedel led into the Andes twenty-five miles from Santiago, Chile to recover the frozen body of a noble Inca child. From the beginning of Dr. Schaedel's career he has demonstrated not only the importance of making social-scientific documentary photographs, but also how to use this kind of graphic information along with books and manuscripts. Dr. Schaedel has had a long teaching career at the University of Texas, Austin, and has published extensively. When his friend Paul Kosok died before finishing Life, Land and Water in Ancient Peru, Dr. Schaedel completed the book and carried it through publication (NY: Long Island University, 1965).

Dr. Schaedel helped Gorin to reconstruct Guillén's career. The following study images were printed by Gorin from the original 2-1/4 x 2-1/4 negatives in Dr. Schaedel's large private visual library. These prints were also used by Gorin in her 1984 field study of Chan Chan and the paper that followed, "Chan Chan, Peru (A.D. 950-1440)." To reproduce any photographs from this collection one must obtain permission from Dr. Schaedel.

Item 517: 517/N-4R/P-1 Richard P. Schaedel: Portrait, made at the University of Texas.Add to your cart.
Item 518: 518/N-0/P-1 Dr. Soriano Infante of Huaraz, Ancash: Portrait, the priest is pictured in Schaedel's "The Callejon de Huaylas of Peru and its Monuments" in Archaeology 1(4)1948:198-202. Other man, unidentified.Add to your cart.
Item 519: 519/N-0/P-1 Ancos (on the way to Pashash), Ancash: Interior view of a cabana (cottage) showing vernacular architectural forms: twisted columns, puttis, charango players, and versions of saints.Add to your cart.
Item 520: 520/N-0/P-1 Cabana, Ancash: Zoomorphic forms in low relief, stone.Add to your cart.
Item 521: 521/N-0/P-1 Cabana: Decorative design in foreground; anthropomorphic and abstract decorative forms in the background, stone.Add to your cart.
Item 522: 522/N-0/P-1 Cabana: Relief of stylized bird, stone.Add to your cart.
Item 523: 523/N-0/P-1 Cabana: Human figure over a doorway, wood.Add to your cart.
Item 524: 524/N-0/P-1 Chan Chan (near Trujillo), La Libertad: Bandelier Ciudadela, inside the main north wall.Add to your cart.
Item 525: 525/N-0/P-1 Chan Chan: Grand Chimú, walls with mud plaster friezes in a tapestry-like pattern; unidentified people.Add to your cart.
Item 526: 526/N-0/P-1 Chan Chan: Grand Chimú, west wall; view also shows a flock of coastal birds.Add to your cart.
Item 527: 527/N-0/P-1 Chan Chan: Grand Chimú, view of adobes.Add to your cart.
Item 528: 528/N-0/P-1 Chan Chan: Grand Chimú, view of wall with remains of tapestry-like sculptured pattern.Add to your cart.
Item 529: 529/N-0/P-1 Chan Chan: Grand Chimú, detail of mud plaster frieze in a wave pattern (a possible orgin of the Art Deco vocabulary form); the form is also found in the Greek world; both civilizations are located near bodies of water.Add to your cart.
Item 530: 530/N-0/P-1 Chan Chan: Grand Chimú, detail of remains of a mud plaster abstract design.Add to your cart.
Item 531: 531/N-0/P-1 Chan Chan: Grand Chimú, detail of an abstract mud plaster pattern.Add to your cart.
Item 532: 532/N-0/P-1 Chan Chan: Grand Chimú, detail showing construction of an adobe wall.Add to your cart.
Item 533: 533/N-0/P-1 Chan Chan: Huaca el Dragón, detail of a wall at ground level showing stylized and decorative forms; unusual designs may have had calendrical significance.Add to your cart.
Item 534: 534/N-0/P-9 Chan Chan: Huaca el Dragón, views showing the design vocabulary of the Chimú mud plaster artists such as stylized human, animal, and sea creature forms.Add to your cart.
Item 535: 535/N-0/P-3 Chan Chan: Huaca el Dragón, views showing wall shapes.Add to your cart.
Item 536: 536/N-0/P-1 Chan Chan: Huaca el Dragón, detail of a corner of a wall.Add to your cart.
Item 537: 537/N-0/P-1 Chan Chan: Huaca el Dragón, detail showing rubble-like adobe construction.Add to your cart.
Item 538: 538/N-0/P-1 Chan Chan: Huaca Esmeralda, a step-like mound with bands of mud plaster friezes in patterns of sea birds and tapestry-like patterns. Left, principal ramp with flanking terraces.Add to your cart.
Item 539: 539/N-0/P-1 Chan Chan: Huaca Esmeralda, internal view of a room with remains of wall decoration.Add to your cart.
Item 540: 540/N-0/P-1 Chan Chan: Huaca el Higo, details of remaining mud plaster friezes in wave and geometric shapes, on the terraces, view 1.Add to your cart.
Item 541: 541/N-0/P-1 Chan Chan: Huaca el Higo, detail view of the terraces, view 2.Add to your cart.
Item 542: 542/N-0/P-1 Chan Chan: Huaca del Olvido, remains in the shape of a mound.Add to your cart.
Item 543: 543/N-0/P-1 Chan Chan: Martínez de Campanón, a foundry, only place in Chan Chan where the walls are this thick.Add to your cart.
Item 544: 544/N-0/P-1 Chan Chan: Martínez de Campanón, adobe erosion, view 1.Add to your cart.
Item 545: 545/N-0/P-1 Chan Chan: Martínez de Campanón, remains of adobe walls, view 2.Add to your cart.
Item 546: 546/N-0/P-1 Chan Chan: Rivero, mud plaster frieze in checker board pattern.Add to your cart.
Item 547: 547/N-0/P-1 Chan Chan: Tello, interior view of a wall showing the bonding of adobes.Add to your cart.
Item 548: 548/N-0/P-1 Chan Chan: Tschudi, before restoration of wall and mud plaster fish pattern.Add to your cart.
Item 549: 549/N-0/P-1 Chan Chan: Tschudi, detail of a stylized sea bird in mud plaster.Add to your cart.
Item 550: 550/N-0/P-1 Chan Chan: Tschudi, landscape of triangle shaped adobe pattern.Add to your cart.
Item 551: 551/N-0/P-1 Chan Chan: Uhle, elite residences with double pitched roofs.Add to your cart.
Item 552: 552/N-0/P-1 Chan Chan: Uhle, overview of extant adobe construction.Add to your cart.
Item 553: 553/N-0/P-1 Chan Chan: Velarde, view of weathered adobe walls.Add to your cart.
Item 554: 554/N-0/P-1 Chan Chan: Velarde, remains of mud plaster pattern; cave indicates work of looters.Add to your cart.
Item 555: 555/N-0/P-1 Chan Chan: Great Wall (location unidentified), Cerro Cabras in the background.Add to your cart.
Item 556: 556/N-0/P-1 Huandoval, Ancash: Form of a man, folk art, wood.Add to your cart.
Item 557: 557/N-0/P-1 Huandoval: Zoomorphic forms, Recuay period, stone.Add to your cart.
Item 558: 558/N-0/P-1 Huandoval: Stylized forms, Recuay period, stone.Add to your cart.
Item 559: 559/N-0/P-1 Huandoval: Portrait heads, Recuay period, stone.Add to your cart.
Item 560: 560/N-0/P-1 Huandoval: Anthropomorphic form, Recuay period, stone. Unidentified man.Add to your cart.
Item 561: 561/N-0/P-1 Huandoval: Anthropomorphic forms, Recuay period, stone.Add to your cart.
Box 16a: Cristóbal Campana Collection (N-0/P-43) Add to your cart.

Peru Photographs acquired in 1984

Cristóbal Campana, Director of the Instituto Nacional de Cultura in Trujillo and teacher at the National University of Trujillo, published his research on Moche architecture in La Vivienda Mochica, Trujillo, Peru, 1983. All of the photographs in this collection were made by Campana and printed from his negatives by Segundo Rivasplata, photographer in Trujillo. To reproduce any photographs from this collection one must obtain permission from Campana. Identification was guided by Campana.

Item 562: 562/N-2/P-1 Cristóbal Campana D.: Portrait, made in the dining room of the Hotel de Turistas de Trujillo, which was located on the main city plaza, June 1984.Add to your cart.
Item 563: 563/N-0/P-1 Chan Chan (near Trujillo), La Libertad: Huaca el Higo, mud plaster panel with two human figures repeated in a ground level frieze.Add to your cart.
Item 564: 564/N-0/P-1 Chan Chan: Huaca el Higo, detail of two human figures featured in the frieze.Add to your cart.
Item 565: 565/N-0/P-1 Chan Chan: Rivero, circle pattern frieze, perhaps an astronomical station or calendar.Add to your cart.
Item 566: 566/N-0/P-22 Chan Chan: Velarde, Tule Boat Frieze, also named Burr Frieze after Samuel H. Burr who uncovered a portion of the frieze. Burr was a member of the Chan Chan-Moche Valley Project, summer 1969. After the frieze was photographed and analyzed, the excavated panels were reburied for preservation; nothing was left visible. For description of the marine theme see Gorin, "Chan Chan, Peru (A.D. 950-1440)," 1984, p. 25 (unpublished).Add to your cart.
Item 567: 567/N-0/P-1 Chan Chan: Grand Chimú, remains of mud plaster tapestry-like abstract design perhaps with zoomorphic figures.Add to your cart.
Item 568: 568/N-0/P-1 Chan Chan: Huaca Esmeralda, detail of mud plaster animal friezes and geometric pattern.Add to your cart.
Item 569: 569/N-0/P-1 Chan Chan: Huaca Esmeralda, detail of mud plaster wave-like design.Add to your cart.
Item 570: 570/N-0/P-1 Chan Chan: Huaca el Dragón, unrestored mud plaster decorative wall.Add to your cart.
Item 571: 571/N-0/P-1 Chan Chan: Rivero, wooden idol in situ, 1968.Add to your cart.
Item 572: 572/N-0/P-1 Chan Chan (?): Wooden idols, origin unidentified. According to Dr. Schaedel these figures are fake. Museo Larco, Lima.Add to your cart.
Item 573: 573/N-0/P-2 Chan Chan: Tschudi Ciudadela, wachaque (sunken garden type farming) with reed-like plants growing on the edges. The reeds are grown commercially on the north Pacific coast and they are a common building material in the area. The plant is sometimes identified as tule grass, a name probably derived from a California reed grass of the same name, as several Californians were involved in the Chan Chan-Moche Valley project, 1969-1974.Add to your cart.
Item 574: 574/N-0/P-1 Chan Chan: Tschudi, detail of a U-shaped room with mud plaster wall decorations: stylized sea birds in the foreground, a geometric pattern in the background, 1968.Add to your cart.
Item 575: 575/N-0/P-1 Chan Chan: Tschudi, detail of walk-in well, 1968.Add to your cart.
Item 576: 576/N-0/P-1 Chan Chan: Tschudi, detail of mud plaster frieze in shape of an animal, perhaps a squirrel.Add to your cart.
Item 577: 577/N-0/P-4 Chan Chan: Unidentified but probably Tschudi because it is the best-preserved sector. Examples of stylized sea birds and how they were designed to fit a special place complemented by geometric shapes.Add to your cart.
Item 578: 578/N-0/P-1 Chan Chan: Unidentified but probably Tschudi, storage bins with walls decorated with zoomorphic figures.Add to your cart.
Item 579: 579/N-0/P-1 Chan Chan: Unidentified but probably Tschudi, mud plaster frieze of circles.Add to your cart.
Box 16b: Sampiertri Collection (N-02/P-27) Add to your cart.
Item 580: 580/N-2/P-1 Segundo Rivasplata and Sampiertri: Portraits, two local photographers outside of the Hotel de Turistas de Trujillo, July 1984. Rivasplata knew Guillén and Sampietri claimed to be a long time friend of his. Each photographer made archaeological photographs in the area, developed their own stock for sale, and made prints on demand as did Guillén. The following images were purchased from Sampiertri and printed by him.Add to your cart.
Item 581: 581/N-0/P-1 Chan Chan (near Trujillo), La Libertad: Huaca el Dragón, early view before restoration, perhaps copied from a book.Add to your cart.
Item 582: 582/N-0/P-1 Chan Chan: Huaca Esmeralda, remains of a decorative wall with tapestry-like pattern.Add to your cart.
Item 583: 583/N-0/P-1 Chan Chan: Rivero, wood idol in situ, 1968.Add to your cart.
Item 584: 584/N-0/P-1 Chan Chan: Tschudi, aerial view of the restored ruins. The tour group in the photograph is a ballet company from Russia, 1968.Add to your cart.
Item 585: 585/N-0/P-1 Chan Chan: Tschudi, aerial view of a wachaque (sunken garden), about the size of a football field, 1968.Add to your cart.
Item 586: 586/N-0/P-1 Chan Chan: Tschudi, room with decorative friezes and vertical panel of sea birds; walls are decorated with patterns of squares, 1968.Add to your cart.
Item 587: 587/N-0/P-1 Chan Chan: Tschudi, view through a decorative opening of stylized birds, 1968.Add to your cart.
Item 588: 588/N-0/P-1 Chan Chan: Tschudi, view of rooms with decorative abstract shapes and in the foreground a frieze of circles, 1968.Add to your cart.
Item 589: 589/N-0/P-1 Chan Chan: Tschudi, restored walls with a frieze of stylized animals, perhaps squirrels, 1968.Add to your cart.
Item 590: 590/N-0/P-1 Chan Chan: Tschudi, long, narrow U-shaped room with decorative mud plaster frieze of birds at ground level, 1968.Add to your cart.
Item 591: 591/N-0/P-1 Chan Chan: Uhle, elaborate abstract wave-like design with sea bird in upper right corner. According to Dr. Schaedel this image was copied from a 1944 publication.Add to your cart.
Item 592: 592/N-0/P-2 Chimú: Painted textile patterns which show the relationship between the design vocabulary of the textile workers and the mud plaster sculptors, Middle Horizon, 1100-1200 (between Moche and Chimú according to Schaedel).Add to your cart.
Item 593: 593/N-0/P-10 Chimú: Textiles, Middle Horizon, 1100-1200, showing design relationships between mud plaster and weaving vocabularies.Add to your cart.
Item 594: 594/N-0/P-1 Moche (near Trujillo), La Libertad: Huaca del Sol, monumental architectural achievement in adobe brick work.Add to your cart.
Item 595: 595/N-0/P-1 Moche culture: Polychrome mural painted on a mud brick wall at Panamarca, the Presentation Theme, see Christopher B. Donnan, Moche Art of Peru, Pre-Columbian Symbolic Communication, Museum of Cultural History, Los Angeles: University of California, 1978, p. 22.Add to your cart.
Item 596: 596/N-0/P-1 Unidentified location: A variety of mud plaster frieze designs set on a diagonal. Maybe copied from a book.Add to your cart.
Item 597: 597/N-0/P-17 Peru, North Coast, Moche Valley: Aerial photographs were made by Servicio Aerofotográfica Nacional (SAN), 1942, Project No. 104, photographs 1-17 mounted on board. Collected by Dr. Gorin and used in his dissertation, "Control of the Effects of Wind, Sand, and Dust by the Citadel Walls, in Chan Chan, Peru," Virginia Tech, 1989. To reproduce any photograph one must obtain permission from SAN. Images on two boards: 1-13 complete; 14-17 one missing.Add to your cart.
PHOTO ARCHIVE S. Steven Gorin Collection (N-0/P-17) FLAT FILE Peru, 1942 AA Gorin Coll.
Box 17: Spain, May 1973 (N-91/P-32)Add to your cart.
Item 598a: 598/N-2R/P-1 Ávila: Panorama view of the walled city. (Top)Add to your cart.
Item 598b: 598/N-1R/P-1 Ávila: View of the walled city from a shrine. (Lower)Add to your cart.
Item 599: 599/N-1R/P-1 Barcelona: La Sagrada Familia, facade, Antonio Gaudi, architect.Add to your cart.
Item 600: 600/N-3R/P-0 Barcelona: La Sagrada Familia, details of the facade.Add to your cart.
Item 601: 601/N-3R/P-1 Barcelona: View from Monjuich; foreground, modern sculpture of a group of people holding hands together in the air, artist unidentified; background far right, La Sagrada Familia on the skyline.Add to your cart.
Item 602: 602/N-3R/P-1 Córdoba: Gate of the walled city.Add to your cart.
Item 603: 603/N-3R/P-1 Córdoba: Roman bridge, gate, and mill on the Guadalquivir River.Add to your cart.
Item 604: 604/N-2R/P-1 Córdoba: Mezquita (mosque), rear view of the building.Add to your cart.
Item 605: 605/N-3R/P-1 Córdoba: Old Arab-Jewish Quarter, narrow street lined with hanging pots of flowers.Add to your cart.
Item 606: 606/N-3R/P-1 Córdoba: Old Arab-Jewish Quarter, narrow street flanked by three and four story buildings.Add to your cart.
Item 607a: 607/N-3R/P-1 Córdoba: Portraits, two elderly men, a priest and a gentleman. (Top, R insert).Add to your cart.
Item 607b: 607/N-1R/P-1 Córdoba: Elderly men sitting in chairs on the sidewalk. (Lower)Add to your cart.
Item 608: 608/N-0/P-1 Córdoba: Portrait, enlargement of the elderly gentleman with a wide brim hat in 607.Add to your cart.
Item 609: 609/N-3R/P-2 Córdoba: Bread shop (Lower); sign (San Basilio DESPACHO DE PAN] enlarged. (Top, R insert)Add to your cart.
Item 610: 610/N-3R/P-1 Granada: Alhambra and Granada and the Sierra Nevada; view from the Generalife.Add to your cart.
Item 611: 611/N-3R/P-0 Granada: Alhambra, detail of the crenelated wall.Add to your cart.
Item 612: 612/N-3R/P-1 Granada: Alhambra, Palace of Carlos V, renaissance style, principal entryway with a view to the circular colonnaded courtyard.Add to your cart.
Item 613: 613/N-3R/P-1 Granada: Alhambra, Palace of Carlos V, one of idential doorways flanking each side of the principal entryway.Add to your cart.
Item 614: 614/N-1R/P-0 Granada: Alhambra, Palace of Carlos V, detail of a door flanking the principal facade entryway.Add to your cart.
Item 615: 615/N-2R/P-1 Granada: Alhambra, Palace of Carlos V, detail of wall relief panel on the facade.Add to your cart.
Item 616: 616/N-3R/P-1 Granada: Alhambra, Palace of Carlos V, circular colonnaded courtyard.Add to your cart.
Item 617: 617/N-1R/P-1 Granada: Alhambra, Patio of the Lions, showing the fountain and surrounding mos (moslem)-arabic architecture.Add to your cart.
Item 618: 618/N-3R/P-1 Granada: Alhambra, Patio of the Lions, detail of a lion element in the fountain design.Add to your cart.
Item 619: 619/N-3R/P-1 Granada: Alhambra, Patio of the Lions, detail of the mos-arabic arches and intricate stucco art.Add to your cart.
Item 620: 620/N-3R/P-1 Granada: Alhambra, mos-arabic window detail.Add to your cart.
Item 621: 621/N-3R/P-1 Granada: Alhambra, Tower of the Ladies.Add to your cart.
Item 622: 622/N-3R/P-1 Granada: Generalife, gardens of the Alhambra, view 1.Add to your cart.
Item 623: 623/N-3R/P-1 Granada: Generalife, gardens of the Alhambra, view 2. <span class="mainnav"> </span>Add to your cart.
Item 624: 624/N-3R/P-1 Granada: Generalife, long narrow pool with rising sprays of water. This fountain was replicated in the Spanish Garden at Longue Vue Gardens, New Orleans.Add to your cart.
Item 625: 625/N-3R/P-1 Granada: Generalife, details of a fountain in operation.Add to your cart.
Item 626a: 626/N-3R/P-1 Granada: Sacro-Monte, Gypsy quarter, portrait, Gypsy boy. (Top, R insert)Add to your cart.
Item 626b: 626/N-3R/P-1 Granada: Sacro-Monte, landscape view of the Gypsy cave houses. (Lower)Add to your cart.
Item 627: 627/N-3R/P-1 Granada: Sacro-Monte, portrait, Gypsy woman, 1.Add to your cart.
Item 628: 628/N-3R/P-1 Granada: Sacro-Monte, portrait, Gypsy woman, 2.Add to your cart.
Item 629: 629/N-3R/P-0 Granada: Sacro-Monte, portrait, Gypsy man.Add to your cart.
Item 630: 630/N-2R/P-0 Granada: Unidentified building in the direction of the Parador de S. Francisco (sign on wall).Add to your cart.
Box 18: Spain, May 1973 continued (N-29/P-15) Add to your cart.
Item 631: 631/N-1R/P-1 Montserrat: Benedictine monastery, facade detail.Add to your cart.
Item 632a: 632/N-2R/P-1 Montserrat: Benedictine monastery, detail of stone sculptured detail at the base of the spring of an arch in the cloister walk. (Top, L insert)Add to your cart.
Item 632b: 632/N-2R/P-1 Montserrat: Benedictine monastery, two story colonaded cloister walk. (Lower)Add to your cart.
Item 633: 633/N-3R/P-1 Montserrat: "Serrated" mountains, highest peak 4,055 feet.Add to your cart.
Item 634: 634/N-1R/P-1 Montserrat: Rock formations.Add to your cart.
Item 635: 635/N-2R/P-1 Segovia: Alcázar.Add to your cart.
Item 636: 636/N-2R/P-1 Sevilla: Cathedral, lateral perspective.Add to your cart.
Item 637: 637/N-3R/P-1 Sevilla: Cathedral, detail view of La Giralda Tower.Add to your cart.
Item 638: 638/N-1R/P-1 Sevilla: Cathedral, recessed portal, left and right jambs and tympanum sculptured in stone.Add to your cart.
Item 639a: 639/N-2R/P-1 Sevilla: Santa Cruz, Old Quarter, exterior wall decoration, painting framed in renaissance style and resting on a console. (Top, L insert)Add to your cart.
Item 639b: 639/N-2R/P-1 Sevilla: Santa Cruz, urban view of the Old Quarter. (Lower)Add to your cart.
Item 640: 640/N-1R/P-1 Sevilla: Old Tobacco Factory.Add to your cart.
Item 641: 641/N-1R/P-1 Sevilla: House of Pontius Pilate, view of the renaissance style patio.Add to your cart.
Item 642: 642/N-2R/P-0 Sevilla: Maria Luisa public park.Add to your cart.
Item 643a: 643/N-2R/P-1 Toledo: Monastery of San Juan de Los Reyes, detail of second floor cloiser arches. (Top)Add to your cart.
Item 643b: 643/N-2R/P-1 Toledo: Corner house, clay tile roof, brick and decorative tile. (Lower)Add to your cart.
Box 19a: USA, 1976 and 1977 (N-12/P-06) Add to your cart.
Item 644: 644/N-2R/P-1 New Orleans, Louisiana: Archangel Michael, polychrome and gilt wood, Cuzco School, Peru, New Orleans Museum of Art (NOMA).Add to your cart.
Item 645: 645/N-1L/P-1 New Orleans: Head of a bearded man, stone sculpture, Guatemala-Campeche border, NOMA.Add to your cart.
Item 646: 646/N-2L/P-1 New Orleans: Peru: mask, Chimú ca. 1200-1438, Lambayeque Valley, North Coast, such masks were sewn to mummy bundles which contained the remains of prominent persons; jar with monkey, Chimú, red terra cotta; standing figure, Chancay ca. 900-1532, terra cotta with white slip and black paint. Vessel with stirrup handle, Chimú, terra cotta; beaker, Lambayeque, gold with traces of cinnabar; two standing figures, Chancay, terra cotta with traces of pigment, NOMA.Add to your cart.
Item 647: 647/N-1L/P-1 New Orleans: Seated male warriors with tortoise shell breast plate, red terra cotta, Colima, Mexico AD 300-900, NOMA.Add to your cart.
Item 648: 648/N-2L/P-0 New Orleans: Jaguar head (center figure), clay, Ulua Valley, Honduras, NOMA.Add to your cart.
Item 649: 649/N-3L/P-1 New Orleans: Clay effigy vessel, Nicoya, Costa Rica. Painted stylized decorations of monkeys, crocodiles, felines. Head in the form of a jaguar, MOMA.Add to your cart.
Item 650: 650/N-1R/P-1 New Orleans: Standing figure of a dwarf, terra cotta, Olmec, Mexico 1200-400 BC, NOMA.Add to your cart.
Box 19b: USA, November 17, 1985 (N-15/P-0) Add to your cart.
Item 651: 651/N-3L/P-0 Potomac (suburb of Washington, D.C.), Maryland: Academy of American Franciscan History, chapel, Kentsdale Drive, designed by Emilio Harth-terré (Peru 1899-1983). This building is his only design in the United States.Add to your cart.
Item 652: 652/N-3L/P-0 Potomac: Academy of American Franciscan History, chapel, horizontal perspective.Add to your cart.
Item 653: 653/N-3L/P-0 Potomac: Academy of American Franciscan History, detail of a gate and lamp.Add to your cart.
Item 654: 654/N-3L/P-0 Potomac: Academy of American Franciscan History, detail of the principal facade entryway.Add to your cart.
Item 655: 655/N-3L/P-0 Potomac: Academy of American Franciscan History, plaque with the inscription: Original design of alters and chapel Emilio Harth-terré architect Lima, Peru Chapel of Our Lady of Guadalupe Johnson and Boutin, Architects Viner Construction Co., Builders Father Antonine Tibesar, OFM, Director, 1961.Add to your cart.
Box 19c: Miscellaneous and Experiments Add to your cart.

In the early days of the Archive Gorin conducted experiments in copying and printing vintage photographs. The following are the results of these experiments.

Southeastern Architectural Archive (SEAA), Tulane School of Architecture, Lantern Slide Collection, October 1980 (N-72/P-14)

This collection of several hundred lantern slides concerning world architecture was the teaching collection for the Tulane School of Architecture. Lantern slides were superseded by 35mm slide technology in the 1930s. Bernard Lemann, Ph.D., professor emeritus of architectural history, recalled using both lantern and 35mm slides in his 1940s classes. For safe keeping the collection has been moved to SEAA and is housed in its original cabinets. The vintage projector is also in SEAA. These lantern slides are 3-1/4" h x 4" w (outside dimensions).

In 1980, before the collection was moved to SEAA, Gorin discovered a group of Latin American lantern slide images. Celia Maddox, then slide librarian at the School of Architecture, made copy negatives of seventy-two samples which she selected for good and bad qualities to test her procedures. She enlarged and cropped some slides to test for quality of definition. Gorin made a few test prints from this group of negatives.

There are two rolls of 36-35mm negatives, and although the inventory is listed in alphabetical order, the negatives are stored in numerical film sequence. Following the description of each entry is the roll and negative numbers. Description of each image is kept close to the slide's label should one wish to retrive a slide; in some cases the description has been expanded. Robert Boulanger, Hachette World Guides, Mexico, Paris: Hachette, 1968, was a reference.

Item 656: 656/N-1/P-0 Amatitán, Jalisco, Mexico: Victory stone. 1/Neg. 2AAdd to your cart.
Item 657: 657/N-1/P-0 Amecameca, Mexico, Mexico: Chapel of Sacre Monte. 1/Neg. 3AAdd to your cart.
Item 658: 658/N-1/P-0 Celaya, Guanajuato, Mexico: Nuestra Señora del Carmen Dome by Francisco Eduardo Tresguerras, architect, painter, sculptor, born in Celaya in 1759. 1/Neg. 4AAdd to your cart.
Item 659: 659/N-1/P-0 Celaya: San Francisco church, view showing the facade, dome, and chapel. The church facade, two towers, and high-altar were altered by Tresguerras. 1/Neg. 5AAdd to your cart.
Item 660: 660/N-1/P-0 Colón, Panama (?): DeLesseps House. 1/Neg. 29AAdd to your cart.
Item 661: 661/N-1/P-0 Colón, Panama (?): Main St. and harbor. 1/Neg. 18AAdd to your cart.
Item 662: 662/N-1/P-0 Córdoba, Veracruz, Mexico: Cathedral. 1/Neg. 28AAdd to your cart.
Item 663: 663/N-1/P-1 Cuernavaca, Morelos, Mexico: Aqueduct. 2/Neg. 25Add to your cart.
Item 664: 664/N-1/P-0 Cuernavaca: Aztec corncrib. 2/Neg 23Add to your cart.
Item 665: 665/N-2/P-1 Cuernavaca: Cathedral, view of the building showing the dome and view showing the building in relation to the arched entry gate. 1/Neg. 6A, 2/Neg. 24Add to your cart.
Item 666: 666/N-1/P-0 Cuernavaca: Palace of Cortez, label on the slide: now state capitol. 1/Neg. 7AAdd to your cart.
Item 667: 667/N-1/P-0 Cuernavaca: Picturesque house. 2/Neg. 26Add to your cart.
Item 668: 668/N-1-P-0 Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico: Cathedral and plaza. 2/Neg. 20Add to your cart.
Item 669: 669/N-1/P-0 Guadalajara: State House. 2/Neg. 20AAdd to your cart.
Item 670: 670/N-1/P-0 Guadalajara: Portals or arcade. 2/Neg. 22Add to your cart.
Item 671: 671/N-1/P-1 Guadelupe, Zacatecas, Mexico: Church of monastery of Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe, facade, fine Churrigueresque doorway between two towers, consecrated in 1721. 2/Neg. 19Add to your cart.
Item 672: 672/N-1/P-1 Guanajuato, Guanjuato, Mexico: Catacombs. 2/Neg. 12Add to your cart.
Item 673: 673/N-1/P-0 Guanajuato: Juarez Theater. 2/Neg. 15Add to your cart.
Item 674: 674/N-1/P-0 Guanajuato: Presa de la Olla. 2/Neg. 16Add to your cart.
Item 675: 675/N-1/P-0 Guanajuato: Plaza. 2/Neg. 13Add to your cart.
Item 676: 676/N-1/P-0 Guanajuato: Urban view infront of the parish church. 2/Neg. 14Add to your cart.
Item 677: 677/N-1/P-0 Havana, Cuba: Bullring. 1/Neg. 19AAdd to your cart.
Item 678: 678/N-1/P-0 Havana: Cathedral. 1/Neg. 23AAdd to your cart.
Item 679: 679/N-1/P-0 Havana: Colón Cemetery, Fireman's Monument. 1/Neg. 25AAdd to your cart.
Item 680: 680/N-1/P-0 Havana: Monserrate St. 1/Neg. 24AAdd to your cart.
Item 681: 681/N-1/P-0 Havana: Morro Castle. 1/Neg. 21AAdd to your cart.
Item 682: 682/N-1/P-0 Havana: Morro Castle, rear entrance. 1/Neg. 22AAdd to your cart.
Item 683: 683/N-1/P-0 Havana: Morro Castle, view of the roof. 1/Neg. 1AAdd to your cart.
Item 684: 684/N-1/P-0 Havana: Private residence on the Prado. 1/Neg. 20AAdd to your cart.
Item 685: 685/N-1/P-1 Mexico: Worker gathering sap from a maguay plant (to make pulque, a fermented drink). 2/Neg. 35Add to your cart.
Item 686: 686/N-1/P-0 Mexico: Detail view of the sap gathering process from the maguey plant. 2/Neg. 36Add to your cart.
Item 687: 687/N-1/P-1 Mexico: Interior view of a third class railroad car. 2/Neg. 33Add to your cart.
Item 688: 688/N-1/P-0 Mexico: Vernacular thatch houses. 2/Neg. 34Add to your cart.
Item 689: 689/N-1/P-0 Mexico City: Palace on Avenida Hidalgo, ca. 1788. 2/Neg. 9Add to your cart.
Item 690: 690/N-1/P-0 Mexico City: Private residence of President Diaz. 2/Neg. 10Add to your cart.
Item 691: 691/N-1/P-0 Mexico City: Remains of an aquaduct. 2/Neg. 3Add to your cart.
Item 692: 692/N-1/P-1 Mexico City: Stairway near the Basílica de Guadalupe. 2/Neg. 17Add to your cart.
Item 693: 693/N-1/P-1 Mexico City: Stone sails near the Basílica de Guadalupe. 2/Neg. 18Add to your cart.
Item 694: 694/N-1/P-1 Mexico City: Townhouse, ca. 1780, at No. 85 Avenida Hidalgo. (?)Add to your cart.
Item 695: 695/N-1/P-0 Mexico City, Coyoacán: Ruins in the pedregal where Montezuma lived. 2/Neg. 8Add to your cart.
Item 696: 696/N-1/P-0 Mexico City, Ixtapalapa: Vernacular adobe house. 2/Neg. 11Add to your cart.
Item 697: 697/N-1/P-1 Mitla, Oaxaca, Mexico: Ruins through a doorway (two native women and a child standing by a doorway). 2/Neg. 4Add to your cart.
Item 698: 698/N-1/P-0 Oaxaca, Oaxaca, Mexico: Church of La Purísima Concepcion, facade view. 2/Neg. 7Add to your cart.
Item 699: 699/N-1/P-0 Oaxaca: Church of La Soledad, interior view. 2/Neg. 6Add to your cart.
Item 700: 700/N-1/P-0 Pachuca: Group of peons. 2/Neg. 36AAdd to your cart.
Item 701: 701/N-1/P-0 Panamá, Panama: Central Ave. 1/Neg. 30AAdd to your cart.
Item 702: 702/N-1/P-0 Panamá: Cathedral, view of facade and tower. 1/Neg. 34AAdd to your cart.
Item 703: 703/N-1/P-0 Panamá: Boats selling native products, waterfront. 1/Neg. 33AAdd to your cart.
Item 704: 704/N-1/P-0 Panamá: Entrance to the Fort, Porto Bello. 1/Neg. 32AAdd to your cart.
Item 705: 705/N-1/P-0 Panamá: Las Bobedas Fort. 1/Neg. 27AAdd to your cart.
Item 706: 706/N-1/P-0 Puebla, Puebla, Mexico: Cathedral, view of the facade and one tower. 1/Neg. 15AAdd to your cart.
Item 707: 707/N-1/P-0 Puebla: Cathedral, view of two facade towers. 1/Neg. 16AAdd to your cart.
Item 708: 708/N-1/P-0 Puebla: House on Avendia 4 oriente. 1/Neg. 17AAdd to your cart.
Item 709: 709/N-1/P-0 Puebla: Main street and harbor. 1/Neg. 18AAdd to your cart.
Item 710: 710/N-1/P-0 Puerto Rico: Garita del Diablo (haunted watchtower), St. Cristobal Fort. 1/Neg. 36AAdd to your cart.
Item 711: 711/N-1/P-0 Querétaro, Querétaro, Mexico: Chapel on the Hill of the Bells. 1/Neg. 14AAdd to your cart.
Item 712: 712/N-1/P-0 San Angel (?): Convent of Carmen, view of interior stair. 1/Neg. 11AAdd to your cart.
Item 713: 713/N-1/P-0 San Angel (?): Church of Carmen, view of the domes. 1/Neg. 12AAdd to your cart.
Item 714: 714/N-1/P-0 San Angel (?): Church of Carmen, view of the belfry. 1/Neg. 13AAdd to your cart.
Item 715: 715/N-1/P-0 San Juan, Puerto Rico (?): El Morro, entrance to the harbor. 1/Neg. 31AAdd to your cart.
Item 716: 716/N-1/P-0 San Juan: Harbor, view of the sea wall and Government Palace. 1/Neg. no number but after 36AAdd to your cart.
Item 717: 717/N-1/P-0 San Juan: Sentry tower, Fort St. Cristobal. 1/Neg. 35AAdd to your cart.
Item 718: 718/N-1/P-0 Santa Anna (village on the Viga Canal), Mexico: Vernacular architecture. 2/Neg. 2Add to your cart.
Item 719: 719/N-1/P-0 Taxco, Guerrero, Mexico: Parish church of Santa Prisca, built from 1748 to 1758. 1/Neg. 10AAdd to your cart.
Item 720: 720/N-1/P-1 Xochicalco, Morelos, Mexico: Pyramid of the Plumed Serpents, unidentified man in front of the structure showing the massive stone carved wall. 2/Neg. 27Add to your cart.
Item 721: 721/N-1/P-1 Xochicalco: View of the ruins, before restoration. 2/Neg. 28Add to your cart.
Item 722: 722/N-1/P-0 Xochicalco: View showing remains of a stairway. 2/Neg. 29Add to your cart.
Item 723: 723/N-1/P-0 Xochicalco: View showing the condition of the structure. 2/Neg. 30Add to your cart.
Item 724: 724/N-1/P-1 Xochicalco: Detail view of stone carvings on a building wall. 2/Neg. 31Add to your cart.
Item 725: 725/N-1/P-0 Xochicalco: Detail corner view of a building showing stone carvings. 2/Neg. 32Add to your cart.
Item 726: 726/N-1/P-0 Xochicalco: Column base at the entrance. 1/Neg. 8AAdd to your cart.
Item 727: 727/N-1/P-0 Zacatecas, Zacatecas, Mexico: Cathedral, one of finest specimens of Churriguesque architecture in Mexico, built between 1730 and 1760. 1/Neg. 9AAdd to your cart.
Item 728: 728/N-1/P-1 Unidentified location: Native types, soldiers (group of about fifteen men posing for a picture). 2/Neg. 5Add to your cart.
Box 19d: Latin American Photographic Archive, Lantern Slides (N-15/P-05) Add to your cart.
Item 729: 729/N-2L/P-2 El Paso Valle, Mexico: Villagers in daily activities at a nearby lake; place name is inscribed on the original image.Add to your cart.
Item 730: 730/N-10L/P-1 Central Mexico: According to Victoria Bricker, Ph.D., Professor of Anthropology, Tulane University, these group pictures in costumes, body paint and rag-tag dress, represent French soldiers (the French Grenadier). The group picture is probably a representation of French soldiers reinacting a battle from the period of Maximilian (French intervention in Mexico, 1862-1866), view 1.Add to your cart.
Item 731: 731/N-2L/P-1 Central Mexico: costumed soldiers, view 2.Add to your cart.
Item 732: 732/N-1L/P-1 Central Mexico: costumed soldiers, view 3.Add to your cart.
Box 19e: Latin American Photographic Archive, Vintage Photographs from the Ernest L. Crandall Collection (N-17/P-06) Add to your cart.
Item 733: 733/N-4L/P-1 Chichén Itzá, Yucatán, Mexico: Observatory. Ernest L. Crandall, photographer for the Carnegie Institute expeditions to Middle America, 1924-1927.Add to your cart.
Item 734: 734/N-2L/P-1 Labna, Yucatán, Mexico: Arch. Teobert Maler (1843-1919), photographer; image made late 19th century.Add to your cart.
Item 735: 735/N-2L/P-1 Labna: Palace. Teobert Maler, photographer; image made late 19th century.Add to your cart.
Item 736: 736/N-2L/P-2 Palenque, Yucatán, Mexico: Principal Palace, central edifice which separates the eastern and western court, eastern facade. Teobert Maler, photographer; image made late 19th century.Add to your cart.
Item 737: 737/N-2L/P-1 Mexico: Portrait, a young girl child wearing a native blouse by Crandall.Add to your cart.
Item 738: 738/N-2L/P-0 Mexico: Portrait, a young lady wearing a native blouse by Crandall.Add to your cart.
Item 739: 739/N-3L/P-0 Unidentified location: Alley of trees (unidentified).Add to your cart.
Box 19f: Latin American Photographic Archive, Abrahan Guillén or Emilio Harth-terré Collections (N-10/P-02) Add to your cart.
Item 740: 740/N-1L/P-0 Lima, Lima, Peru: Cathedral, main facade (begun in 1598, completed in early 19th century). Harth-terré Collection. Neg. 12Add to your cart.
Item 741: 741/N-1/P-1 Peru: Sophy E. Schofield (Mrs. Harth-terré), Gene Savoy (explorer and journalist), Emilio Harth-terré on an Andean road. See Gene Savoy, Antisuyo, The Search for the Lost Cities of the Amazon, NY: Simon and Schuster, 1970. Neg. 13Add to your cart.
Item 742: 742/N-1L/P-0 Peru: Arco de Santa Ana, comemorating the Confederation between Peru and Bolivia 1836. Harth-terré Collection. Neg. 15Add to your cart.
Item 743: 743/N-1L/P-0 Peru: Sample drawing, from a collection of colonial drawings in Harth-terré Collection. Neg. 16Add to your cart.
Item 744: 744/N-1L/P-0 Peru: Unusual corner balcony and decorative portal. Neg. 17Add to your cart.
Item 745: 745/N-3L/P-0 Peru: Monstrance, perhaps Guillén Collection. Negs. 11,18,19Add to your cart.
Item 746: 746/N-1L/P-0 Peru: Musicians, perhaps Guillén Collection. Neg. 10Add to your cart.
Item 747: 747/N-1L/P-0 Peru: Gathering of Andean villagers with church and mountain making a backdrop. Neg. 14Add to your cart.
Item 748: 748/N-7R/P-1 Otto Olivera, Ph.D. (USA, b. Cuba 1919): Portrait, Professor of Spanish, Tulane University. Portrait made in his study at his home, 6 Trianon Plaza, New Orleans, June 1979.Add to your cart.
Item 749: 749/N-3R/P-2 Donald Robertson, Ph.D. (USA 1919-1984): Portrait, Professor of Art History, Tulane University; Portrait made on the occasion of his sixtieth birthday at his home, 7707 Plum Street, New Orleans, May 1979.[749a, original print; 749b, copy print by Latin American Library.]Add to your cart.
Item 750: 750/N-5R/P-0 Humberto Rodríguez-Camilloni (Peru b. 1945): Portrait, architectural historian. Photograph made in Covington, Louisiana, 1979.Add to your cart.
Item 751: 751/N-4L/P-0 Cuba: Spanish American War Series, "A Cavalry Outpost at Santiago," stereograph, published by Montgomery Ward & Co., Chicago. No. 5Add to your cart.
Item 752: 752/N-10L/P-1 Philippine Islands: "North Dakota Volunteers quartered in the Old Church at Paete, San Antonio, P.I.," stereograph, photographed and published by B. W. Kilburn, Littleton, N.H. See also Richard E. Ahlborn Collection of Filipino-Hispanic architecture and art printed by Gorin. Interior view of the nave. No. 6Add to your cart.
Item 753: 753/N-3L/P-2 Philippine Islands: Santiago Apostal, Paete, Laguna, Luzon, interior view of the nave. Photograph copied from Alicia M.L. Coseteny, Spanish Churches in the Philippines, Quezon City: New Mercury Printing Press, 1972, plate 9.Add to your cart.
Item 754: 754/N-4/P-0 Puerto Rico: Spanish American War Series, "Fortifications of San Juan, Puerto Rico," stereograph, published by Montgomery Ward & Co., Chicago. No. 7Add to your cart.
Item 755: 755/N-8/P-0 Puerto Rico: Spanish American War Series, "Storming of the Hill at San Juan," stereograph, published by Montgomery Ward & Co., Chicago. No. 8Add to your cart.
Box 20a: Mexico, Various Dates Add to your cart.
Item 756: 756 Chichen Itza: The Nunnery. 12/71Add to your cart.
Item 757: 757 Chichen Itza: Chac-Mool Figure & Square Pillar of the Sanctuary-Temple of the Warriors. 12/71Add to your cart.
Item 758: 758 Monte Alban: Unidentified View. 8/79Add to your cart.
Item 759: 759 Palenque: Templo de la Cruz. 1/76Add to your cart.
Item 760: 760 Palenque: Templo del Conde. 1/76Add to your cart.
Item 761: 761 Palenque: View from La Torre, Templo del Conde & Grupo del Norte. 1/76Add to your cart.
Item 762: 762 Palenque: View of East Wall of El Palacio. 1/76Add to your cart.
Item 763: 763 Palenque: Patio Este, Sculptured Slabs. 1/76Add to your cart.
Item 764: 764 Palenque: Patio de la Torre. 1/76Add to your cart.
Item 765: 765 Palenque: El Palacio. 1/76Add to your cart.
Item 766: 766 Palenque: Templo de las Inscripciones. 1/76Add to your cart.
Item 767: 767 Tula: Frieze of Reliefs, Temple of Tlahuizcalpantecuhtli. 1/75Add to your cart.
Item 768: 768 Tulum: Temple of the Frescos. 12/71Add to your cart.
Item 769: 769 Uxmal: Quadrilateral of the Nunnery. 12/71Add to your cart.
Item 770: 770 Xochicalco: Pyramid of the Plumed Serpents. 4/75Add to your cart.
Item 771: 771 Xochicalco: Pyramid of the Plumed Serpents. 4/75Add to your cart.
Item 772: 772 Xochicalco: Pyramid of the Plumed Serpents. 4/75Add to your cart.
Item 773: 773 Xochicalco: Ball-Court. 4/75Add to your cart.
Item 774: 774-776 Unidentified Location.Add to your cart.
Box 20b: Spain, May 1973 Add to your cart.
Item 777: 777 Córdoba: Rear of Mezquita.Add to your cart.
Item 778: 778 Granada: Tower of the Ladies, Alhambra.Add to your cart.