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Photo Museums: New Mexico  

1 University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, New Mexico - NM87131
We hold over 10,000 photographs, from early daguerreotypes to contemporary digital images, by almost every recognized master of the medium (and also by anonymous photojournalists and amateurs).
238 Ledoux Street
Taos, New Mexico - NM87571
The George E. Foster Jr. Gallery for Prints Drawings and Photographs mounts several special exhibitions of work on loan from artists as well as private collections and other museums. In Addition, the Harwood features an archival collection containing over 17,000 photographic images and other historical material related to the art and artists who have worked in Taos. Burt Harwood took hundreds of photographs of Hispanic villages and Indian Pueblos between 1916 and 1922. Even earlier are several photographs dated around 1880 of the Taos Pueblo by William Henry Jackson. The Will Connell collection from 1932 documents many of the artists and literary luminaries of Taos and Santa Fe. Two large collections of photographs and negatives, one by Regina Cooke and another by Mildred Tolbert, document life in the post World War II era in Taos. Additionally, a growing number of contemporary photographers are represented in the fine arts collection, including Gus Foster, William Davis, Van Deren Coke, Chuck Henningsen, and Paul O'Connor. Thus, for the Harwood, a drawing, print and photograph collection plays a vital role in its mission to collect and document the artistic changes taking place in our time.
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