Staff for the Exhibition
- Lynn Brooks, Information Technology Services
- Irene Chambers, Chief, Interpretive Programs Office
- Kimberli Curry, Exhibition Director, Interpretive Programs Office
- Verna Curtis, Prints and Photographs Division
- Harry Katz, Prints and Photographs Division
- Harry Leich, European Division
- Betsy Nahum-Miller, Interpretive Programs Office
- John Van Oudenaren, Chief, European Division
- Interpretive Programs Office: Deborah Durbeck, Giulia Adelfio, Denise Agee, Margaret Brown, Tambra Johnson, Martha Hopkins, Antonio La Greca, Susan Mordan, Christopher O'Connor, David Haywood, and Gwynn Wilhelm
Special thanks are due to the following members of the Library of Congress staff for their assistance with the exhibition:
- Helena Zinkham, Sarah Rouse, Cathy Hoban, Philip Michel, Timberly Wuester, Mary Jane Appel, Peggy Gardner, Emily MacKinnon, Jeanne Korda, Tracy Meehleib, DeAnna Evans, Prints and Photographs Division
- Jan Lancaster, National Digital Library Program
- Jurij Dobczansky, Yelena Margolina, Robert Morgan, Social Sciences Cataloging Directorate
- Christopher Murphy, African and Middle Eastern Division
- Rikki Condon, Conservation Office
- Norma Baker and Susan Siegel, Development Office
- Kim Moden and Nancy Mitchell, Special Events Office
- Jill Brett and Helen Dalrymple, Public Affairs Office
- Domenic Sergi, Karl Rogers, Herbert Becker, and Judy Stork, Information Technology Services
- Winston Tabb, Diane Kresh, Julianne Mangin, Elizabeth Miller, Sandy Bostian, Library Services
- Gene Roberts, Geography and Map Division
- Stanley Bandong, Graphics Service Unit
- Jeffrey Anderson and Onnetta Benoit, Printing Management Section
- Debra Murphy and Christopher Hansen, Office of Contracts and Logistics
The Library wishes to express gratitude to the following individuals for their assistance and expertise—Svetlana Garanina, Ksenia Volkova
The Library of Congress recognizes and appreciates the special contribution made to this exhibition by Walt Frankhauser, of WalterStudio™ Photography, Monrovia, Maryland. Mr. Frankhauser developed the complex digital process (called digichromatography) for rendering Prokudin-Gorskii's photographs in color.
The Library of Congress is especially grateful to William Craft Brumfield, Professor of Slavic Languages at Tulane University, for assistance with the Prokudin-Gorskii collection. Professor Brumfield was the curator of an exhibition of Prokudin-Gorskii photographs held at the Library from November 1986 through May 1987; this exhibition subsequently traveled to several venues across the United States.
Professor Brumfield is the author of several publications, including History of Russian Architecture; Gold in Azure: One Thousand Years of Russian Architecture; and Origins of Modernism in Russian Architecture. A gifted photographer, he donated photographs of Siberia and the Russian North to the Library for inclusion in “Meeting of Frontiers”—a joint U.S.-Russian online library project. His earlier photographs of Russia are on file at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C.
Exhibition and Brochure Design: Riggs Ward Design, L.C.