CS_00/CS_12.1. Documentary Photography
Found in 43 Collections and/or Records:
The documentary film Body of War, produced by University of Texas Radio-TV-Film professor Ellen Spiro and journalist Phil Donahue, tells the story of the return home of Tomas Young, a U.S. soldier wounded during his service in the Iraq War. The documentary received several awards, including Best Documentary from the National Board of Review of Motion Pictures.
Ave Bonar's photographic subjects range from the Texas gubernatorial campaign of Ann W. Richards to images of the earliest known trailer park in Austin, Texas.
Photographs of Colorado County, Texas, and Jasper, Texas, taken by Patsy Cravens.
The Walter Lawrence Daniel Collection consists of photographic prints and negatives, many of them in panoramic format.
The Robert Freson made photographs documenting American culture through its fashions, food, architecture, and celebrities. The archive contains photographs, negatives, slides, contact sheets, tear sheets, notes, and diaries. It is estimated to contain two and a half tons of photographs, about 350,000 images, spanning approximately 70 years, from the 1940s to the 2000s.
The Thomas and Joan Gandy Photograph Collection consists of 114 exhibit prints made from photographs by the Norman Studio and Henry Gurney, then collected by Dr. Thomas H. Gandy.
Photographs by Mark Goodman from the series "5 Cities, Urban Texas: A View from Main Street," produced with the assistance of a University Research Institute grant. All photographs were taken along Main Street (or looking back towards or away from it) in Houston, Dallas, Fort Worth, San Antonio, and El Paso.