An Inventory of His Literary File Photography Collection at the Harry Ransom Center
|Hughes, Glenn, 1894-1964
|Glenn Hughes Literary File Photography Collection
|The Glenn Hughes Literary File Photography Collection consists of 48 photographs, including images of Hughes and his associates, and images pertaining to productions of his dramatic works.
|Open for research. Please note: Transparencies may be accessed but require 24 hours advance notice. To make an appointment or to reserve photography materials, please email Visual Materials Reference staff. Researchers must create an online Research Account and agree to the Materials Use Policy before using archival materials.
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|Restrictions on Use:
|Authorization for publication is given on behalf of the University of Texas as the owner of the collection and is not intended to include or imply permission of the copyright holder which must be obtained by the researcher. For more information please see the Ransom Centers' Open Access and Use Policies.
|Glenn Hughes Literary File Photography Collection (PH-02940). Harry Ransom Center, The University of Texas at Austin.
|Mary Foster and Susan McClellan, 2006
Scope and Contents
|The Glenn Hughes Literary File Photography Collection consists of 48 photographs (29 loose prints and 19 glass transparencies), including many candid images of Hughes and/or his associates. Other images pertain chiefly to Hughes' dramatic works, except for a group of glass-mounted slides which document the construction of the Penthouse Theater at the University of Washington at Seattle. An index at the end of this guide lists identified photographers whose work is featured in this file. Further descriptions of some items may be available in a card catalog in the repository.
|This file forms a part of the Literary Files Photography Collection that is comprised of photographs and albums withdrawn from the libraries and/or papers of literary figures, and generally includes portraits and images collected by or of those figures.
|Associated and related material by and about Hughes can be found in the Center's library and in the Glenn Arthur Hughes Collection (MS-02058).
|Hughes, Babette, 1905-1982.
|Hughes, Glenn, 1894-1964.
|American Educational Theatre Association.
|Theater--Production and direction.
|University of Washington.
|Gelatin silver prints.