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Staff for the Exhibition
Members of the Library of Congress Interpretive Programs Office who contributed to the exhibition were: Irene U. Burnham, Interpretive Programs Officer; Martha E. Hopkins, Exhibit Director; Deborah Durbeck, Production Officer; Jennifer Bride, Travelling Exhibits Assistant; Tambra Johnson, Registrar; and Denise Agee, Jennifer Chisholm, Andrew Cosentino, Sally Livingston, Christopher O'Connor, Cheryl Regan, Gene Roberts, and Gwynn Wilhelm. Inspiration for the exhibit came from Beverly Brannan, Curator of Photography, Prints and Photographs Division. The initial concept was developed by the Interpretive Programs Office in conjunction with Beverly Brannan and Kathi Ann Brown, Milestones Historical Consultants. Others who helped guide the direction of the exhibit were Maurine Beasley, Professor of Journalism, University of Maryland; Vicki Goldberg, Photography Critic, New York Times; Elliot Gorn, Director of American Studies, Miami University; and Marvin Heiferman and Carol Kismaric, LOOKOUT Inc. Steve Feldman designed the exhibition.
Special thanks are due to the following members of the Library of Congress staff for their assistance with the exhibition: Thomas Albro, Rikki Condon, Lynn Kidder, Nancy Reinhold, Ercell Terry, and Heather Wanser, Conservation Office; Joan Doherty and Tracie Maupin, Copyright Office; Norma Baker and Jan Lauridsen, Development Office; Alice Birney, Nan Ernst, and Marvin Kranz, Manuscript Division; Eugene Deanna, Cooper Graham, Neil Gladd, Rosemary Hanes, George Kipper, Win Matthias, and Madeline Matz, Motion Picture, Broadcast, and Recorded Sound Division; Wilda Heiss and Walter Zvonchenko, Music Division; Fred Harrison, Office Systems Services; Yusef El-Amin, Marita Clance, Jim Higgins, and Eva Shade, Photoduplication Service; Arden Alexander, Barbara Hoyniak, Arlene Hughes, Carol Johnson, Stephen E. Ostrow, Elena Millie, and Bernard F. Reilly, Prints and Photographs Division; Robert Shields, Rare Books Division; Anne Lewis, Serials and Government Publications Division; Lynn Brooks, ITS Scanning Center; Julie Mangin and Jeffrey Bridgers, Network Development & MARC Standards Office.
The exhibition would not have been possible without the many individuals and institutions who provided valuable assistance: Melissa Bargar-Hughes, The Art Institute of Chicago; Priscilla Becker and Jackie Wintle, staff of Mrs. Jefferson Patterson; Evelyn Benjamin, The Henry R. Luce Foundation; Esther Bubley; Nancy Corrizales, Magnum Photos; Bill Carner and Delinda Buie, Photographic Archives, University of Louisville; Debra Cohen, Time, Inc.; Roger Daniels, Department of History, University of Cincinnati; Susan Edwards, Hunter College Art Gallery; Kathleen Ewing; Judith Fryer, American Studies Department, University of Massachusetts at Amherst; Ileen Shephard Gallegher; Jonathan Heller and Nick Natanson, National Archives and Records Administration; Drew Johnson, the Oakland Museum; Maryann Kornelly, Time-Warner, Inc.; Lisa Nebenzahl, Minneapolis Institute of Arts; Elizabeth Partridge; Meg Partridge, Pacific Pictures; Mrs. Jefferson Patterson; William Roberts, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley; Linda Smith, Society of Women Geographers; staff of Special Collections, University of Oregon; Sally Stein, Art History Department, University of California at Irvine; and Noel Young, Capra Press.
This exhibition was made possible by a generous gift from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation.
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