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Douglas Menuez Photography Collection

About the Collection

The Douglas Menuez Photography Collection, which includes more than 340,000 negatives, slides and prints, is held at the Stanford University Libraries' Department of Special Collections. Images in the digital collection were created by scanning the original photographic film.

The digitized images represent only a sample of the photographs in this collection. The number of images available in the digital collection is planned to grow over time in order to provide an accessible representation of the archive.

Each project that Menuez shot or organized as editorial work was given a job name, and the collection is organized around these jobs. The job name can be seen and searched as part of the descriptive information for the digitized images. A tracking value is assigned to each digital image. This value allows the original source for the digitized image to be located in the archive.

To learn how to access digitized images from the collection, see Using the Collection. For information on how to view other images and material in the collection, see Access and Permissions.

Curatorial Contacts:

Henry Lowood, Curator for History of Science & Technology Collections (reference)
(650) 723-4602
lowood@stanford.edu

Roberto Trujillo, Head, and Frances and Charles Field Curator of Special Collections
(650) 725-9308 or 725-1022
trujillo@stanford.edu

Glynn Edwards, Principal Manuscript Processing Librarian
(650) 725-3478
gedwards@stanford.edu

Technical Contacts:

Humanities Digital Information Service

Glen Worthey
(650) 725-5647
gworthey@stanford.edu

Digital Library Systems and Services

Lauren Scott
(650) 723-1704
lauren.scott@stanford.edu