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10th Annual 24 Hour Photoshoot at Joshua Tree National Park
Exhibit of a 2003 project in which "photographers and filmmakers of all skill levels began simultaneously photographing Joshua Tree National Park for 24-hours." Features selected photographs and videos of this park in Southern California and a brief introduction to the project.
University of California, Riverside . The California Museum of Photography

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86400 Moments: 24 Hours at Joshua Tree National Park
Collection of photos from a 2004 project in which "19 photographers and filmmakers of all skill levels ... [participated in] a stimulating 24-hour photography session at Joshua Tree National Park." Features selected photos of this park in Southern California and a brief essay about the project.
University of California, Riverside . The California Museum of Photography

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Adam Clark Vroman
A collection of over 50 photographs by Adam Clark Vroman, taken at the turn of the 20th century. Topics include California missions and Native Americans of the southwestern United States. Contains brief biographical information on the photographer.
University of California, Riverside . The California Museum of Photography

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Afghanistan: Photographs from Keystone Mast
Contains 30 photographs of Afghanistan, taken in 1933. Includes text originally printed on the back of each stereo card. Features images of streets, people, homes, and landscapes.
University of California, Riverside . The Keystone Mast Collection, California Museum of Photography

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Africanized Bees in California
Contains quick facts about Africanized Honey Bees, maps illustrating where "killer bees" have been found in California, articles, and a bibliography. From the Department of Entomology, University of California Riverside.
University of California, Riverside

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Agent Orange: Landscape, Body, Image
Companion to a 2009 exhibit of photographs and art installations that consider the effects of Agent Orange, which "has come to symbolize the widespread tragedy of war and its silent legacies that persist for generations in damaged ecosystems and in the genetic and social landscapes of human bodies in Vietnam and elsewhere." Features a virtual tour of the exhibit and gallery of images (some troubling).
University of California, Riverside . The California Museum of Photography

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Aila: Rinko Kawauchi
Collection of photographs that "thematically illustrate notions of birth, life, death, and time." Aila, from the Turkish word 'aile' meaning 'family,' is "a series that celebrates the awe-inspiring essence of life." Includes an introductory essay and photos of eggs, animals, and other natural subjects.
University of California, Riverside . The California Museum of Photography

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Alternate Routes
Companion to an exhibit "about the diversity, subjectivity, and meaning of maps." Includes photographs and drawings of locations in Southern California.
University of California, Riverside . The California Museum of Photography

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Ansel Adams: Beneath the Surface
An exhibit of 19 photographs by Ansel Adams, exploring the University of California's "world of scientific and academic inquiry." Includes images of researchers and apparatuses, and a brief essay. The photographs are from the "Ansel Adams Fiat Lux Collection" and date from the mid-1960s.
University of California, Riverside . The California Museum of Photography

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Ansel Adams Fiat Lux Online
Nearly 1,800 annotated black and white photographs taken by Ansel Adams while working on "Fiat Lux: The University of California," a book commemorating the centennial of the University of California. Searchable by keyword, title, and location; browsable by UC campus.
University of California, Riverside . The California Museum of Photography

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The B. Traven Collections at UC Riverside Libraries
This website accompanies a 2006 exhibition about the author B. Traven, who "lived in Mexico, wrote in German and kept his identity a closely-guarded secret." View images of publications by and about Traven, and read about Traven's identity and about his books that have been made into films (such as "The Treasure of the Sierra Madre"). Includes a bibliography and exhibition poster details. Created by librarian Heidi L. Hutchinson of University of California, Riverside, Libraries.
University of California, Riverside

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Back to the Ranch: Photographs of the Diminishing East Bay Cattle Industry
A small collection of photos in "celebration of ranching in the East Bay" of California's San Francisco Bay Area, from photographer Matt O'Brien. Includes an essay by O'Brien.
University of California, Riverside . The California Museum of Photography

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Balancing the Lenses: Stereoviews of the Middle East
This exhibition "seeks to provide a general view of the complex interactions between 'the West' and 'the East' as reflected in stereographic images. The countries shown include Algeria, Egypt, India, Morocco, Palestine (modern Israel, West Bank and the Gaza Strip, and parts of Egypt, Syria and Jordan), Tunisia and Turkey." Includes an image gallery (images taken between 1890 and 1940), anaglyphs, and letters and maps.
University of California, Riverside . The California Museum of Photography

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Balzac's Paris: A Guided Tour
This site provides a virtual "promenade through the monumental heart of Paris in the time of Balzac, as described through some of his works, and as documented in maps and engravings of The Vernon Duke Collection Special Collections Department" at the University of California, Riverside. Also includes a brief biography of French novelist Honoré de Balzac (1799-1850) and a bibliography.
University of California, Riverside

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Basement Beauties: Photographs by Mack Sennett
An exhibit of 13 photographs "of early 20th Century swimsuit models," taken by film director Mack Sennett, ca. 1915. Includes essay.
University of California, Riverside . The California Museum of Photography

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Beyond Decorum: The Photography of Iké Udé
An exhibit of 16 photographs by Nigerian-born Iké Udé, exploring "the production of oppositional identities" through the "cultural arenas of fashion, movies, and magazine covers." Includes an essay.
University of California, Riverside . The California Museum of Photography

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Bingham Camera Collection
Contains brief information and photographs of 15 cameras from the 1850s through the 1980s.
University of California, Riverside . The California Museum of Photography

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Bisexuality Basics
Basic information on bisexuality. Topics include identity, relationships, and biphobia. Opens directly into a PDF file.
University of California, Riverside . The Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender (LGBT) Resource Center

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Broad Territories: Images of Identity
Small collection of images of works by contemporary artists "who address issues that include the assertion, marginalization, and recognition of class, ethnicity, gender, race, sexual orientation, and other variables that mark identity." Includes images of paintings and prints of manipulated photos and an introductory essay.
University of California, Riverside . The California Museum of Photography

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The Burlesque Portraits of Raoul Gradvohl
A collection of over 20 studio portraits of burlesque entertainers who performed at the Burbank Theatre in Los Angeles, California, taken by Raoul Gradvohl.
University of California, Riverside . The California Museum of Photography

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California Digital Newspaper Collection (CDNC)
Digitized collection of "over 200,000 pages of California newspapers spanning the years 1849-1911: the Alta California, 1849-1891; the San Francisco Call, 1893-1910; the Amador Ledger, 1900-1911; the Imperial Valley Press, 1901-1911; the Sacramento Record-Union, 1859-1890; and the Los Angeles Herald, 1905-1907." Additional material is forthcoming. Includes background about The Call and the Los Angeles Daily Herald, lesson plans, and related material.
University of California, Riverside . The Center for Bibliographical Studies and Research (CBSR)

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California Missions
An essay, brief facts about each mission's founding and location, brief information about the photographers, and historic photographs (1895 through the 1940s) of all 21 California missions.
University of California, Riverside . The California Museum of Photography

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California Rails
Several dozen railroad photographs taken by Harry Pidgeon and Will Connell between 1913 and the 1940s, including images of wrecks, locomotives, and lumber camps.
University of California, Riverside . The California Museum of Photography

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Chance Encounters: L.A. Project
An exhibit of photographs by Douglas McCulloh, taken during "six years of chance-driven journeys across Los Angeles County" (California). Photographs viewable at random through animation or can be selected geographically by choosing a specific area of the satellite map. Includes commentary and essay by McCulloh, and essays by others.
University of California, Riverside . The California Museum of Photography

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Citrus Experiment Station Centennial Exhibition
This 2007 exhibit celebrates the centennial of the founding of the University of California Citrus Experiment Station in 1907. Features early history of the citrus fruit research facility, "gems from the Citrus Experiment Station Library," images of exhibit cases and covers of a citrus trade publication, a bibliography, and more. Includes a link to a related citrus history exhibit. Created by librarian Heidi L. Hutchinson of the University of California, Riverside, Libraries.
University of California, Riverside

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