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These are slide collections and donations that are at risk for disposal and in need of a new home and a new life.

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11/25/2014Jackie SpaffordUCSB, Image Resource CenterDonation of 35mm slides, travel photography from 1960s and 1970s, from Dora Lambrecht (via the UCSB Arts Library).  Mrs. Lambrecht and her husband, Frank, travelled extensively through the US, and also South Africa (he was posted with WHO in the former Belgian Congo in the 1950s and 60s - his daughter has most of those slides), the UK, Italy, Denmark, France, Sweden, Germany,  Greece and Canada.  Content includes architecture and landscape architecture, as well as parades, public sculpture, fairs, vernacular architecture, road signs, transportation, costume, and other ephemera.14,000 slidesVery good - no sign of scratches or mold, some dust. The entire collection was processed by IRC student staff this summer, and is now housed in slide sheets, in archival boxes (per Jason Miller's system), and has a finding aid and visual PDFs.NoHandwritten notes on slide mounts plus divider cards.  A finding aid has been made, which assists with identification.  Would require moderate research to catalogue.    
11/25/2014Samantha TurpelUCLA, Department of Art History, Project CoordinatorMiscellaneous 35mm slides, consisting of various Aegean site plans (Mycenae, Akrotiri, Phaitos, Kato Zakro, etc) and the frescoes present at these sites. Greek slides include site plans (Olympia, Salonika, Perachora, etc) and the various works present at these sites.2,000 slidesVery good - no sign of scratches or mold, minimal dust. Organized in small plastic containers by site, grouped together in a large cardboard tray more generally by location/period. The cardboard tray was a Visual Resource Collection project in progressPartiallyHandwritten divider cards with printed database/accession numbers on the majority of slides.   
11/25/2014Samantha TurpelUCLA, Department of Art History, Project CoordinatorMiscellaneous 35mm slides, consisting of works from various Egyptian periods (Old Kingdom, Middle Kingdom, 1st Intermediate Period).300 slidesVery good - no sign of scratches or mold, minimal dust. Organized in small plastic containers by period, grouped together in a large cardboard tray marked as "Misc. Egyptian". Stored at Visual Resource CollectionPartiallyHandwritten divider cards with printed database/accession numbers on the majority of slides.   
             
             
             
             
             
             
             
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