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Name of Collection:  Wheeler (Ed) Collection

Accession Number: AM09-14                   

Given By: Ed Wheeler

Date of Receipt: August 10, 2009

Copyright: This collection may be protected from unauthorized copying by the Copyright Law of the united States (Title 17, United States Code).

Extent: 5 items

Inclusive Dates: 1982

Form of Material (Letters, Minutes, etc.):

Five professionally-framed black and white photographs taken by Ed Wheeler for his “Cactus Courts” documentary series.  Photographs taken in Austin, Texas, in 1982.  In frames, the photos measure 16” x 20”.


Accession Number: AM09-15                   

Given By: Ed Wheeler

Date of Receipt: August 13, 2009

Copyright: This collection may be protected from unauthorized copying by the Copyright Law of the united States (Title 17, United States Code).

Extent: 1 cubic foot + 3 items

Inclusive Dates: 1982

Form of Material (Letters, Minutes, etc.):

Three professionally-framed black and white photographs taken by Ed Wheeler for his “Cactus Courts” documentary series.  Photographs taken in Austin, Texas, in 1982.  In frames, the photos measure 16” x 20”.

Seven black and white 11”x14” unframed photographs, twenty-three 5”x7” unframed photographs, sixteen sheets of negatives, contact sheets, and oral history transcriptions from the “Cactus Courts” documentary work

One 11”x14” color photograph from Big Bend, Texas.

Documents related to Ed Wheeler’s career and the “Cactus Courts” project. 


Accession Number: AM10-62                   

Given By: Ed Wheeler

Date of Receipt: May 18, 2010

Copyright: This collection may be protected from unauthorized copying by the Copyright Law of the united States (Title 17, United States Code).

Extent: 7 items

Inclusive Dates: 1985; undated

Form of Material (Letters, Minutes, etc.):

Seven professionally-framed photographs taken by students of Ed Wheeler while he was a professor at USM, titled Photographers of USM. Two are black-and-white and five are color.

1. Chuck Cook

The Times-Picayune

Blocked Field Goal

2. Chuck Cook

The Times-Picayune

The Scream

3. Chuck Cook

The Times-Picayune

Untitled

Photograph of a USM vs. Tulane basketball game

4. Diane Laakso Barrett

Barrett Photography

B.B. King and Friend

5. Karen E. Segrave

First Turkey Shoot

Has index card on back with explanation of photograph.

6. Karen E. Serave

Piano Lesson

Has index card on back with explanation of photograph.

7. Stephen M. Gardner, Jr. (signed and dated with location on front)

Tokyo

April 29, 1985

This donation included a wooden box built for storing and transporting these photographs, 28 ¾ x 22 ¼ x 7 ¾. It will be called Wooden Box 1.


Accession Number: AM10-69                   

Given By: Ed Wheeler

Date of Receipt: May 25, 2010

Extent: 11 items

Copyright: This collection may be protected from unauthorized copying by the Copyright Law of the united States (Title 17, United States Code).

Inclusive Dates: circa 1990’s; undated

Form of Material (Letters, Minutes, etc.):

Eleven professionally-framed photographs taken by students of Ed Wheeler while he was a professor at USM, titled Photographers of USM. Six are black-and-white and five are color.

1. Cecil Rimes

Blind Dog, Portrait of Charlie, 1992

This photograph was sold to raise money for an operation this dog needed.

2. Diane Ross

Star Burst on Moonwalk

3. Nobukyuki

St. Peter

4. Joel Ducote

Doc Severinsen

5. Dan Hill

Itawamba County Times

Abused Child, 1991

Has an information card on back.

6. Candace Glenn

Race Track Finish

7. David Planchet

Montgomery Advertiser

Stick ‘em Up!

October, 1996

Has an index card on back with detail information, signed and titled on front.

8. Marianne Walters

Gold Mine Ruins, Hatcher Pass, Alaska

Signed and titled on front.

9. Marianne Walters

Gold Mine Tracks, Hatcher Pass, Alaska

Signed and titled on front.

10. Marianne Walters

Abandoned Mines, Hatcher Pass, Alaska

Signed and titled on front.

11. David Planchet

Montgomery Advisor

Alabama Tornado – Spring ‘98

Birmingham ‘98

Has an index card on back with detail information, signed and titled on front.

This donation included a wooden box built for storing and transporting these photographs, 37 ½ x 26 ¼ x 7 ¾. It will be called Wooden Box 2.


Accession Number: AM10-70                   

Given By: Ed Wheeler

Date of Receipt: May 27, 2010

Extent: 28 items

Copyright: This collection may be protected from unauthorized copying by the Copyright Law of the united States (Title 17, United States Code).

Inclusive Dates: 1983 - 2006; undated

Form of Material (Letters, Minutes, etc.):

Twenty- five professionally-framed photographs and two unframed photographs taken by Ed Wheeler and many of his students while he was a professor at USM. Some of these have been hanging in various offices on campus. Thirteen are black-and-white and fifteen are color.

1. Chuck Cook

The Times-Picayune

Boy Under Train

This photograph was taken when Cook was an intern at Times-Picayune, prior to graduating from USM. He was offered a job due to this photograph. There are no other prints or negatives of this photograph. Cook chronicled the boys hospital stay and therapy in later photographs.

2. Chuck Cook, 1995

The Times-Picayune

Swimming Flag

From Photographers of USM exhibit

Female competitive swimmer with American flag reflecting in the lane next to her

3. Steve Komp, 1992

From Photographers of USM exhibit

Dre

4. Steve Komp, 1992

Untitled; circle of Ku Klux Kan members in hooded costumes, at night, with a cross burning in the center of the circle

5. Linda Vasquez

Untitled; unidentified groom looking at his groom’s cake at wedding reception that is on a mirrored table

Unframed

6. Linda Vasquez

Growing Corn 2006

Signed, dated and titled on front

7. Linda Vasquez

Navajo Talker 2006

Signed, dated and titled on front

Grave of a Navajo Talker with tattered American flag

8. Tim Isbell

The Sun Herald

Bird Feeder

From Photographers of USM exhibit

9. Tim Isbell

The Sun Herald

Waterhose Cool Off

From Photographers of USM exhibit

10. Tim Isbell, 2005

The Sun Herald

Hurricane Katrina

Shows a woman with a tattered American flag on a cross

11. Ted Jackson

Burned Out – Katrina ‘05

Jackson’s Katrina series won a Pulitzer Prize

Signed, dated and titled on front

12. Ted Jackson

Can you help me? Katrina ‘05

Jackson’s Katrina series won a Pulitzer Prize

Signed, dated and titled on front

13. Ted Jackson

Senator Landrieu – Katrina aftermath – ‘05

Jackson’s Katrina series won a Pulitzer Prize

Signed, dated and titled on front

14. Ted Jackson

The Times Picayune

Faces of Desire 1989

“Desire: Death of a Dream” – New Orleans, La. 1989

From Photographers of USM exhibit

Index card with historical information on back

Signed, dated and titled on front

American flag is used as a curtain in the bedroom of two small children in the Desire Housing Project

15. Ted Jackson

The Times Picayune

Willie MacHenry – Shreveport, La. 1985

From Photographers of USM exhibit

Index card with historical information on back

Signed, dated and titled on front

American flag used as a blanket

16. Ted Jackson 1985

An Innocent Age

Signed, dated and titled on front

17. Jeff McAdory

Alligator, MS 1984

Kindergarten graduates

18. Jeff McAdory

The Commercial Appeal

Tunica Series #1

Guggenheim Fellow 1983

From Photographers of USM exhibit

Index card with historical information on back

19. Jeff McAdory

The Commercial Appeal

Tunica Series #2

Guggenheim Fellow 1983

From Photographers of USM exhibit

Index card with historical information on back

20. Jeff McAdory

The Commercial Appeal

Tunica Series #3

Guggenheim Fellow 1983

From Photographers of USM exhibit

Index card with historical information on back

21. Jeff McAdory

The Commercial Appeal

Tunica Series #4

Guggenheim Fellow 1983

From Photographers of USM exhibit

22. Jeff McAdory

The Commercial Appeal

Tunica Series #5

Guggenheim Fellow 1983

From Photographers of USM exhibit

Index card with historical information on back

23. Jeff McAdory

The Commercial Appeal

Signed

Guggenheim Fellow 1983

24. Bettie S. Ross

Bluff, UT ‘05

Signed, dated and titled on front

25. Illegible

Angel in a tree 2004

Signed, dated and titled on front

This was taken in a Navajo Church that had a dirt floor

26. David Bundy

1998

Signed and dated on photograph

This was taken at George Wallace’s funeral

27. Unknown photographer

Photograph of a USM baseball game

28. Ed Wheeler

Unframed and undated

Oil rig with helicopter about to land

 

This donation included 3 wooden boxes built for storing and transporting these photographs, 21 ¼ x 16 x 7 ¾, 23 ½ x 19 ¼ x 7 ¾ and 28 ¼ x 23 ¼ x 7 3/4. They will be called Wooden Box 3, 4 and 5. Box 3 does not have a lid.


Accession Number: AM10-76                   

Given By: Ed Wheeler

Date of Receipt: June 18, 2010

Copyright: This collection may be protected from unauthorized copying by the Copyright Law of the united States (Title 17, United States Code).

Extent: 23 items

Inclusive Dates: 1982-1999; undated

Form of Material (Letters, Minutes, etc.):

Twenty-three professionally-framed photographs taken by students of Ed Wheeler while he was a professor at USM, titled Photographers of USM. Seventeen are black-and-white and six are color.

1. Michael Barrett

Father Patrick Quinn

Undated

Signed and titled on front

2. Michael Barrett

Mexico Rancher

Undated

3. Michael Barrett

Untitled and undated

Appears to be a Mexican woman inside home with a cat

4. Diane Laakso Barrett

Stay at Home Mom

Undated

Signed on front

5. Diane Laakso Barrett

Fire Sale

Undated

6. Andy Miller

Mule Team

Undated

7. Karen E. Segrave

Shot Clinic

April 1996

Has an index card on back with detail information, signed, dated and titled on front

8. James Edward Bates, The Dothan Eagle

Rally Speaker

May 1998

Cottonwood, Alabama

Has a business card on back, signed, titled, location and dated on front, on back “to Ed Wheeler 6/1998”

9. James Edward Bates

Cross Lighting II

August 1998

Crowley, Louisiana

Signed, titled, location and dated on front

10. James Edward Bates, The Dothan Eagle

Imperial Wizard

May 1998

Cottonwood, Alabama

Signed, titled, location and dated on front, on back “to Ed Wheeler 6/1998”

11. David Taylor

Michupicchu, Peru

1997

Signed, titled and dated on front

12. Need name of photographer

Paris

August 1999

Signed, titled and dated on front

13. David Taylor

Isla Taquile, Peru

1997

Signed, titled and dated on front

14. James Edward Bates, The Dothan Eagle

Cross Lighting

May 1998

Cottonwood, Alabama

Has a business card on back, signed, titled, location and dated on front, on back “for Ed Wheeler…6/1998”

15. Ed Wheeler

Mexico’92

1992

Signed, titled and dated on front

16. Ed Wheeler

Mexico’92

1992

Signed, titled and dated on front

17. Tim Isbell, The Sun Herald

Victory Wall

1989

Plaque on front with photographers name and year

18. Michael Barrett

Sierra Madre, Mexico

Undated

Signed and titled on front

19. Diane Laakso Barrett

Desert Storm: Waiting

Undated

Signed on front

20. Ed Wheeler

Mexico’92

1992

Signed, titled and dated on front

21. Ed Wheeler

Mexico’92

1992

Signed, titled and dated on front

22. Ed Wheeler

Mexico’92

1992

Signed, titled and dated on front

23. Helle Aasand

Portrait

1994

Plaque on front with photographers name and date

Signed on front

 

This donation included four wooden boxes built for storing and transporting these photographs, 21 ¼ x 16 ¼ x 7 ¾ and 18 ½ x 14 ¼ x 7 ¾. They will be called Wooden Box 6, 7, 8, and 9.


Accession Number: AM10-77                   

Given By: Ed Wheeler

Date of Receipt: June 30, 2010

Extent: 5 items

Copyright: This collection may be protected from unauthorized copying by the Copyright Law of the united States (Title 17, United States Code).

Inclusive Dates: 1982

Form of Material (Letters, Minutes, etc.):

Five professionally-framed black and white photographs taken by Ed Wheeler for his “Cactus Courts” documentary series.  Photographs taken in Austin, Texas, in 1982.  In frames, the photos measure 16” x 20”.

All are signed and dated on front.

This donation includes a wooden box built for storing and transporting these photographs, 28 ½ x 22 ½ x 7 ¾. It will be called Wooden Box 10.


Accession Number: AM10-80                   

Given By: Ed Wheeler

Date of Receipt: July 30, 2010

Copyright: This collection may be protected from unauthorized copying by the Copyright Law of the united States (Title 17, United States Code).

Extent: 2 items

Inclusive Dates: 1982 & 1998

Form of Material (Letters, Minutes, etc.):

Two professionally-framed photographs taken by students of Ed Wheeler while he was a professor at USM, titled. Both are black-and-white and measure a little over 8x10 framed.

1. Stephen Garner

Untitled

1982

Signed and dated on front

2. David Taylor

Clay Henry III – The Beer Drinking Goat

Cajitas, Texas

1998

Signed, titled, dated and location written on front

 


Accession Number: AM10-135                 

Given By: Ed Wheeler

Date of Receipt: November 8, 2010

Copyright: This collection may be protected from unauthorized copying by the Copyright Law of the united States (Title 17, United States Code).

Extent: 33 items

Inclusive Dates: undated; 1982-1998

Form of Material (Letters, Minutes, etc.):

Thirty three photographs from Ed Wheelers collection. Twenty eight are professionally-framed photographs, and one is unframed, taken by students of Ed Wheeler while he was a professor at USM, titled Photographers of USM. One is framed and taken by Ed Wheeler for his thesis; three are unframed and taken by Ed Wheeler.

1. Kevin Cooper (The Natchez Democrat)

Space Shuttle

Undated

Color

2. Kevin Cooper (The Natchez Democrat)

Unnamed

Undated

Color

Image of a young African American child on a pew at church, taken from above

3. Kevin Cooper (The Natchez Democrat)

Screen with Boy

Undated

Color

4. Kevin Cooper (The Natchez Democrat)

Fire with Firefighters

Undated

Color

5. Kevin Cooper (The Natchez Democrat)

Little League Baseball: “Ya Out!”

Undated

Black & white

6. Kevin Cooper (The Natchez Democrat)

Tiger

Undated

Black & white

7. David Taylor

San Cristobal, Mexico

1992

Color

Signed and dated on front

8. David Taylor

Tacul, Mexico

1992

Color

Signed and dated on front

9. Glen Andrews (Mobile Press Register)

The Dome

Undated

Color

10. David Bundy (Montgomery Advertiser)

Soldier’s Return

Taken April 18, 1991

Black & White

Signed and dated (1992) on front, information card on back

11. Jeff McAdory

Untitled image of a dead tree in the forefront of mountain range

1983

Black & white

Signed and dated on front

12. Steve Coleman (Hattiesburg American)

In the Shadows

May 1993

Color

Information card on back, Atlanta Photojournalism Seminar information on back

13. Steve Coleman (University of Southern Mississippi)

Children in Danger

Undated

Black & white

Information card on back

14. Julie Guintard

Rowboats, Mexico

Undated

Color

Signed on front

15. Ted Jackson (The Times-Picayune)

Missed Opportunities – Baton Rouge, La. 1985

1985

Black & White

Information card on back

16. John Patterson

Untitled image of 7 young men sitting on steps

Undated

Black & white

Signed on front

17. Helle Assand (Mississippi Press)

Honey Holly Hooper

Undated

Color

18. Lisa Bundy (Montgomery Advertiser)

Shadows on the Wall

Undated

Color

Information card on back

19. Lisa Bundy (Montgomery Advertiser)

Ellisville State Hospital

1997

Color

Signed and dated on front

20. Anne Rose Schumacher

Tickets! Get your tickets here!

September 1995

Color

Information card on back

21. Barry Beard (The Hattiesburg American)

New Orleans Fountain ‘90

1990

Color

22. Elizabeth Hadley Breckinridge

Casino at Night

Undated

Color

23. Tim Isbell

Klan Reflection

Undated

Black & white

24. Tim Isbell ??? says check with him

Untitled image of an orangutan with his finger in his nose

Undated

Unframed, matted

25. Patina ???

Song-Hua Ma

Undated

Color

26. Diane Laakso Barrett (Barrett Photography)

Children in the Garden

Undated

Black & white

Signed on front

27. Steve Boyd (The Macon Beacon)

Youngster at Basketball Goal

April 1994

Black & white

Information card on back

28. Cecil Rimes

Penhole

1998

Black & white

Signed and dated on front

29. Cecil Rimes

Untitled image of a nude woman in a window

1989

Black & white

Signed and dated on front

30. Ed Wheeler

Mexico ‘92

1992

Black & white

Signed, titled and dated on front

Unframed and unmated

31. Ed Wheeler ???

Untitled image of combination lock on old wooded door

Undated

Black & white

Unframed and unmated

32. Ed Wheeler

Austin ’82

1982

Black & white

Signed, titled and dated on front, from Cactus Courts documentary series

Unframed and unmated

33. Ed Wheeler

Untitled image of a cabbage leaf used in his theses at East Texas State University

Undated

Black & white

Not a professional frame

This donation included four wooden boxes built for storing and transporting these photographs, 18 ½ x 14 ¼ x 7 ¾. They will be called Wooden Box 11, 12, 13, & 14.


Accession Number: AM10-136                 

Given By: Ed Wheeler

Date of Receipt: November 8, 2010

Copyright: This collection may be protected from unauthorized copying by the Copyright Law of the united States (Title 17, United States Code).

Extent: 13 items

Inclusive Dates: 1970 - 2005

Form of Material (Letters, Minutes, etc.):

Thirteen books from Ed Wheeler’s private collection:

  1. Imogen Cunningham, introduction by Margaretta Mitchell, After Ninety, 1977
  2. Richard Lacayo and George Russell,TIME, Eyewitness 150 Years of Photojournalism, 1995
  3. John Martin Campbell, foreword by Tony Hillerman, The Prairie Schoolhouse, 1996
  4. Life, The Year in Pictures 1998
  5. Life, Photojournalism, 1971
  6. Life, Light and Film, 1970
  7. Life, The Great Themes, 1970
  8. Life, The Print, 1970
  9. Christopher Cardoze, foreword by Louise Erdrich, introduction by Anne Makepeace, Edward S. Curtis, The Women, 2005
  10. Neil Leifer, foreword by Lance Morrow, introduction by Roy Blount, Jr., Sports, 1992
  11. Arnold Crane, On the Other Side of the Camera, 1995
  12. Ansel Adams, Camera and Lens The Creative Approach Basic Photo One, 1974
  13. Edited by Michel Frizot, A New History of Photography, 1998

Accession Number: AM10-137                 

Given By: Ed Wheeler

Date of Receipt: November 8, 2010

Copyright: This collection may be protected from unauthorized copying by the Copyright Law of the united States (Title 17, United States Code).

Extent: .5 cu.ft.

Inclusive Dates: 1948-1995

Form of Material (Letters, Minutes, etc.):

  1. Framed, mat but no glass, page from Lagniappe, February 25, 1994, with article about documentary series “Cactus Courts” by Ed Wheeler
  2. Mississippi Press Association, 1995 Better Newspaper Contest (BNC) Editorial Awards
  3. Collection of LIFE magazines, most are in plastic sleeves
    • April 16, 1965, Larry Burrows in Vietnam with a Brave Crew in a Deadly Flight
    • Collector’s Edition, Winter 1990, The World’s Best Photographs 1980-1990
    • November 3, 1961, Red Arrow Division Gets the Call Back to Duty
    • May 31, 1963, A Negro Photographer Shoots from Inside The Black Muslims
    • December 4, 1970, Khrushchev Remembers World War II
    • October 27, 1967, David Douglas Duncan photographs the marines Inside the Cone of Fire at Con Thien
    • April 14, 1952, Life at the Edge of the Sea and a Helicopter View of the U.S.
    • January 17, 1955, A Penetrating Look at the People of Russia
    • September 18, 1950, Air War in Color and South Africa
    • March 10, 1958, U.S. Gambling Mob in Cuba New Upsets on a Troubled Island and A Camera Masterpiece: Drama and Mood on a City Street
    • September 20, 1948, Broadway Rehearsal
    • April 9, 1951, Beginning in this Issue, The War America Fought, Memoirs of Omar Bradley
    • March 8, 1968, The Negro and the Cities The Cry That Will Be Heard

 


Accession Number: AM10-143                 

Given By: Ed Wheeler

Date of Receipt: December 13, 2010

Copyright: This collection may be protected from unauthorized copying by the Copyright Law of the united States (Title 17, United States Code).

Extent: 9 items

Inclusive Dates: 1972 - 1992

Form of Material (Letters, Minutes, etc.):

Nine books from Ed Wheeler’s private collection:

  1. Richard Platt, The Photographers Idea Book How to see and take better pictures, 1985
  2. Emile Meijer and Joop Swart, Editors, The Photographic Memory Press Photography – Twelve Insights, 1987
  3.  Edward Lucie-Smith, The Invented Eye masterpieces of Photography, 1839-1914, 1975
  4. Richard Lawton, with captions by Hugo Leckey, and an introduction by Ella Smith, A World of Movies 70 Years of Film History, 1974
  5. William A. Reedy, published by Eastman Kodak Company, Impact-Photography for Advertising, 1973
  6. W. Eugene Smith, 1982 (Japanese text)
  7. W. Eugene Smith, 1992 (Japanese and English text)
  8. Life Library of Photography Documentary Photography, 1972
  9. National Geographic Eye of the Beholder The Photography of James L. Stanfield

 


Accession Number: AM11-01                   

Given By: Ed Wheeler

Date of Receipt: January 6, 2011

Copyright: This collection may be protected from unauthorized copying by the Copyright Law of the united States (Title 17, United States Code).

Extent: 7 items

Inclusive Dates: circa 1960’s - 2001

Form of Material (Letters, Minutes, etc.):

Seven photographs from Ed Wheeler’s collection.

1. David Bundy (Montgomery Advertiser)

Boxer, 1988

            Signed, dated and titled on front

            Professionally framed

Black & white

 

2. Vernon Napp

Untitled, undated and no signature

Unframed

Color

 

3. Cecil Rimes

1978

Untitled, of a wooden cabinet door with shadows

Signed and dated on front

Black & white

 

4. David Taylor

The Rio Grande and Sierra de San Vicente – Big Bend, TX, 2001

Signed, dated and titled on front

Matted

Black & White

5. Nita Cookerly

1976

Untitled, of a boat with lighthouse in background

Name and date on back

Black & White

6. Ed Wheeler

Untitled, of a bull fight, printed in reverse

Unsigned & undated

Name stamped on back

Matted

Black & white

7. Ed Wheeler

The President, taken in the early 1960’s in Dallas, TX

Signed “To Eddy L. Wheeler with best wishes, Lyndon B. Johnson

Framed

Color

Wheeler sent two copies to President Johnson, one was returned signed

 


Accession Number: AM11-02                   

Given By: Ed Wheeler

Date of Receipt: January 6, 2011

Copyright: This collection may be protected from unauthorized copying by the Copyright Law of the united States (Title 17, United States Code).

Extent: 9 items

Inclusive Dates: 1983 - 2003

Form of Material (Letters, Minutes, etc.):

Nine books from Ed Wheeler’s private collection:

  1. Museum of New Mexico Press, Villages of the Rio Grande The Postcard Archive Series, 1994
  2. Rebecca Solnit, River of Shadows Eadweard Muybridge and the Technological Wild West, 2003
  3. Sue Davidson Lowe, Stieglitz A Memoir/Biography, 1983
  4. Kit Kittle, Roughnecks Oilpatch U.S.A., 1985
  5. Eugene Richards, Below the Line Living Poor in America, 1987
  6. Eadweard Muybridge, The Male and Female Figure in Motion 60 Classic Photographic Sequences, 1984
  7. George Eastman House, Edited by Therese Milligan, Essays by Eugenia Parry, Laura Downey and Therese Milligan, The Photography of Alfred Stieglitz Georgia O’Keeffe’s Enduring Legacy, 2000
  8. Harry Benson, Fifty years in pictures, 2001
  9. Prosperity International, Texas A State of Mind, 1986

Accession Number: AM11-03                   

Given By: Ed Wheeler

Date of Receipt: January 6, 2011

Copyright: This collection may be protected from unauthorized copying by the Copyright Law of the united States (Title 17, United States Code).

Extent: 1 item

Inclusive Dates: 1984

Form of Material (Letters, Minutes, etc.):

One letter from Stephen Gardner to Ed Wheeler in September, 1984.

 


Accession Number: AM12-30                   

Given By: Ed Wheeler

Date of Receipt: March 20, 2012

Copyright: This collection may be protected from unauthorized copying by the Copyright Law of the united States (Title 17, United States Code).

Extent: 106 items

Inclusive Dates: circa 1957 - 2009

Form of Material (Letters, Minutes, etc.):

One hundred six books from Ed Wheeler’s private collection:

1.     Ken Murphy (autographed), My South Coast Home:  Photographs of the Mississippi Gulf Coast, 2001

2.     Rick Smolan and David Elliot Cohen (creators), Mississippi 24/7:  Amazing Photographs of an Extraordinary State, 2004

3.     Robert L. Reid, Picturing Texas:  The FSA-OWI Photographers in the Lone Star State, 1935-1943, 1994

4.     James D. Horan, Matthew Brady:  Historian with a Camera, MCMLV (1955)

5.     Stu Cohen; Phyllis Cohen Gately, text; Peter Bacon Hales, editor and foreword text; Ben Shahn, Walker Evans, Dorothea Lange, Sheldon Dick, Marion Post Wolcott, Russell Lee, and Carl Mydans (photographers), The Likes of Us:  America in the Eyes of the Farm Security Administration, 2009

6.     The Editors of the Saturday Evening Post; Paul Horgan, introduction text, The Face of America,1957

7.     Jeff Dunas; Graham Howe, introduction text, American Pictures:  A Reflection on Mid-Twentieth Century America,  2001

8.     Jeff McAdory, book concept, picture editing, research; Bettinita Harris, George Hardin, and Sonny Albarado (text editors); Jimmy Covington and John Beifuss, captions and research; Brian Ramoly, design; Joan Turner Beifuss, foreword text, I Am a Man:  Photographs of the 1968 Memphis Sanitation Strike and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., 1993

9.     Monte Hartman, photographs and text; William Kittredge, essay; John R. Wunder, series editor and foreword text, America’s 100th Meridian:  A Plains Journey,  2005

10.  John Anthony Scott; Alistair Cooke, foreword text; National Geographic Book Service (preparer), The Story of America:  A National Geographic Picture Atlas, 1984

11.  Arnold Newman, photographs; George Perry, introduction text, The Great British, 1979

12.  Tony and Eva Worobiec, Icons of the Highway:  A Celebration of Small-Town America, 2008

13.  Gary A. Van Zant, text; Theodore Lilienthal, photographs, New Orleans 1867, 2008

14.  Leah Bendavid-Val; National Geographic:  The Photographs, n.d.

15.  John Elway, text; Marc Serota, photography; Elise Glading, editor, Elway, n.d.

16.  Walker Evans; Lincoln Kirstein, essay, Walker Evans:  American Photographs, Fiftieth-Anniversary Edition, 1988

17.   Beaumont Newhall,Airborne Camera:  The World from the Air and Outer Space, 1969

18.  Carolyn Jones, text, photographs; Ian McKellen, foreword text; Michael Liberatore, introduction text; George DeSipio, concept, Living Proof:  Courage in the Face of Aids, 1994

19.  Helen Levitt, photographs; Adam Gopnik, foreword text, Here and There, n.d.

20.  Bryce S. Walker and the Editors of Time-Life Books, The Great Divide:  The American Wilderness/Time-Life Books, 1973

21.  Angela Sayer; Christine Metcalf, introduction text, Kittens and Cats in Color, 1975

22.  Roby Page, Bike Week at Daytona Beach:  Bad Boys and Fancy Toys, 2005

23.  Alma Davenport, The History of Photography:  An Overview, 1991

24.  Henri Cartier-Bresson, Vera Feyder, and André Pieyre de Mandiargues (text), Henri Cartier-Bresson: à propos de Paris, n.d.

25.  Beaumont Newhall, The History of Photography: From 1839 to the Present Day (revised and large edition), 1964 (NOTE:  BACK COVER AND PAGES MISSING; CONTAINS HANDWRITTEN MARKINGS AND NOTES)

26.  Sheryl and John Leekley; Dan Rather, foreword text, Moments:  The Pulitzer Prize Photographs/Updated Edition:  1942-1982, 1982

27.  Constance Sullivan, editor; Mark E. Neely Jr., preface text; William F. Stapp, introduction text; Brian C. Pohanka, text, Landscapes of the Civil War:  Newly Discovered Photographs from the Medford Historical Society, 1995

28.  Sean Callahan, editor; Theodore M. Brown, introduction text; Carl Mydans, foreword text; The Photographs of Margaret Bourke-White, MCMLXXII (1972?)

29.  Herbert List, Günter Metken, Ulrich Pohlmann, Bruce Weber, Edmund White, and Wilfried Wiegand (text); Max Scheler and Matthias Harder, editors, Herbert List:  The Monograph, 2000

30.  John Faber (selector), Humor in News Photography:  (From) The Historical Files of the National Press Protographers Association, 1961

31.  Robert D’Alessandro, photographs, Glory, 1973/1974

32.  Edward S. Curtis, photographs; Christopher M. Lyman, text; Vine Deloria, Jr., introduction text, The Vanishing Race and Other Illusions:  Photographs of Indians by Edward S. Curtis, 1982

33.  Carol Hill, text; Bruce Davidson, photographs, Subsistence U.S.A., (1973?)

34.  Multiple Authors, Katrina’s Aftermath:  News with No End in Sight [Nieman Reports:  The Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard University], Vol. 61, No. 3, Fall 2007 (NOTE:  THIS IS A JOURNAL ISSUE WITH MULTIPLE TITLES AND AUTHORS.)

35.  Dick Durrance, Introduction by Ron Kovic, Where War Lives, 1988 (NOTE: THIS JOURNAL AUTOGRAPHED.)

36.  Birney Imes, Introductory Essay by Richard Ford, Juke Joint, 1990, (NOTE: THIS JOUNAL AUTOGRAPHED.)

37.  Jack Leigh, Foreword by Pat Conroy, The Land I’m Bound To, 2000, (NOTE: THIS JOURNAL CONTAINS A SPECIAL NOTE FROM THE PERSON WHO PURCHASED THE JOURNAL.)

38.  Eve Arnold, All in a Day’s Work, 1989, (NOTE: THIS JOURNAL CONTAINS A SPECIAL NOTE FROM THE PERSON WHO PURCHASED THE JOURNAL.)

39.  Erskine Caldwell & Margaret Bourke-White, Say, Is This The U.S.A., 1969, (NOTE: THIS JOURNAL WAS THE PROPERTY OF MEMPHIS AND SHELBY COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY.)

40.  Photographs by Reagan Bradshaw, Text by Griffin Smith, Jr., Forgotten Texas, 1983

41.  Chris McNab and Andy Wiest, The Illustrated History of the Vietnam War, 2000, (NOTE: THIS JOURNAL AUTOGRAPHED.)

42.  Peter Jennings & Todd Brewster, In Search of America, 2002

43.  Leo J. Daugherty and Gregory Louis Mattson, NAM, 2001

44.  Photographed by Magnum, Text by Mitchel Levitas, America in Crisis, 1969

45.  Claudio Edinger, Essays by Simonetta Perichetti and Nan Richardson, Flesh and Spirit, 2006

46.  Peter Farb, The Land and Wildlife of North America, 1964, 1966

47.  National Wildlife Federation, Colors in the Wild, 1988

48.  The Dallas Morning News, Special introduction by Cokie Roberts, Eyes of the Storm, 2006

49.  Multiple Authors, Visual Aid, 1986

50.  National Geographic, Through the Lens, 2003

51.  John Hedgecoe, The Art of Color Photography, 1978

52.  Edited by Laurence Stallings, The First World War, 1933, (NOTE: THIS JOURNAL CONTAINS TWO SPECIAL MESSAGES.)

53.  John Baskin, New Burlington: The Life and Death of an American Village, 1976, (NOTE: THIS NOVEL AUTOGRAPHED.)

54.  Susan Sontag, On Photography, 1977

55.  James Douglas O’Dell, The Water is Never Cold, 2000

56.  Terry Barrett, Criticizing Photograph, 1996 2nd Edition, (NOTE: THIS JOURNAL AUTOGRAPHED.)

57.  Jonathan B. Wittenberg, Forward by Geoffrey I. Brown, Navajo Nation, 2006, (NOTE: THIS JOURNAL AUTOGRAPHED.)

58.  Wright Morris, Distinctly American, 2002

59.  Philip Gould, Text by Jason Berry, Louisiana Faces, 2000, (NOTE: THIS JOURNAL AUTOGRAPHED AND CONTAINES A SPECIAL NOTE.)

60.  Martin J. Dain, edited by Tom Rankin, foreword by Larry Brown, Faulkner’s World, 1997, (NOTE: THIS JOURNAL CONTAINS E. WHEELER’S SIGNATURE.)

61.  June Van Cleef, essay by Bryan Woolley, The Way Home, 1992, (NOTE: THIS PHOTOGRAPH CONTAINS THE SIGNATURE OF E. WHEELER.)

62.  Timothy T. Isbell, Gettysburg Sentinels of Stone, 2006 1st Edition, (NOTE: THIS JOURNAL AUTOGRAPHED.)

63.  Barry Pritzker, Mathew Brady, 1992

64.  Editors of LIFE, Larry Burrows Compassionate Photographer, 1972

65.  Georgia O’Keeffe, 1976

66.   Alexander Liberman, Marlene Dietrich, 1992

67.  Birney Imes, Whispering Pines, 1994

68.  Guy Friddell, Hello, Hampton Roads, 1987

69.  Timothy T. Isbell, Vicksburg Sentinels of Stone, 2006

70.  David Douglas Duncan, This is War!, 1951

71.  Michael Kilfoy, Saint Louis Seen and Unseen, 2006

72.  Ansel Adams, Camera and Lens, 1976

73.  Carter Allen, text by Dodie Allen, The Weavers Way, 2003, (NOTE: THIS JOURNAL AUTOGRAPHED.)

74.  Leslie Stroebel, View Camera Technique, 1986 5th Edition (NOTE: THIS JOURNAL CONTAINS A SIGNATURE.)

75.  Multiple authors, Photographing Navajos John Collier Jr. on the Reservation, 1948-1953, 2002

76.  Robert M. Boonzajer Flaes, Eyes Across The Water, 1989

77.  James Danziger and Barnaby Conrad III, Interviews with Master Photographers, 1977

78.  Kenji Kawano, Warriors Navajo Code Talkers, 1990, (NOTE: THIS JOURNAL AUTOGRAPHED.)

79.  William Frank Gentile, Nicaragua, 1989, (NOTE: THIS JOURNAL CONTAINS THE SIGNATURE OF E. WHEELER.)

80.  Lida Moser, Photography Contests, 1981

81.  O. R. Croy, The Complete Art of Printing and Enlarging, 1969, (NOTE: THIS BOOK CONTAINS WRITTEN REMARKS.)

82.  Lou Jacobs, Jr., Available Light Photography, 1991

83.  Robert Wernick, The Family, 1974

84.  Jim Stone, A User’s Guide to the View Camera, 1997 2nd Edition

85.  Keri Pickett, essays and interviews by Margaret Nelson, forward by Kathleen Norris, Saving Body & Soul, 2004

86.  Alice Harris, introduction by Giorgio Armani, the white T, 1996 (NOTE: THIS IS THE FIRST EDITION)

87.  George M. Craven, Object and Image: An Introduction to Photography, 1975

88.  Magnum Photographers, New York September 11, 2001

89.  Time-Life Books, New York, The Best of Life, 1973

90.  William Manchester with Essays by Jean Lacouture and Fred Ritchin, In Our Time: The World as Seen By Magnum Photographers, 1989 (NOTE: THIS BOOK CONTAINS A HANDWRITTEN NOTE)

91.  National Geographic, Images of the World, 1981 (NOTE: THIS BOOK CONTAINS A SPECIAL NOTE)

92.  Dorothea Lange, Photographs of a Lifetime: An Aperture Monograph, 1982

93.  By the Editors of Outside Magazine, introduction by Robert Redford, text by Marshall Sella, Exposure, 1992 (NOTE: THIS BOOK CONTAINS THE SIGNATURE OF ED WHEELER)

94.  William Claxton & Joachin E. Berendt, New Orleans 1960, 2006

95.  Photographs of East Tennessee by Mike Smith, You’re Not from Around Here, 2004

96.  Leah Bendavid-Val, Pioneering Photography at National Geographic, Stories on Paper and Glass, 2001

97.  Douglas Botting and the Editors of Time-Life Books, The D-Day Invasion, 1978 World War II Collector’s Edition (NOTE: THIS BOOK CONTAINS A HANDWRITTEN NOTE INSIDE)

98.  Time with an Introduction by Bob Greene, Life Our Finest Hour: The Triumphant Spirit of America’s World War II Generation, 2001

99.  Peter Meyer and the Editors of Life, The Wall: A Day At the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, 1993

100.            Photographs and Text by D. Gentry Steele, Land of the Desert Sun: Texas’ Big Bend Country, 1998 (Number 28 in The Louise Lindsey Merrick Natural Environment Series)

101.            Lao Tsu, translated by Gia-Fu Feng and Jane English, Tao Te Ching, 1972, (NOTE: THIS BOOK CONTAINS A SIGNATURE ON THE BACK COVER, HOLES IN A FEW PAGES AND COLORED SPOTS ON A FEW PAGES.)

102.            Ted Schwarz, How to be a Freelance Photographer, 1980

103.            John Wootters and Jerry T. Smith, Widlife Images, 1981, (NOTE: CONTAINS ED WHEELER’S SIGNATURE.)

104.            Kim Heacox, Visions of a Wild America,1996

105.            Peter Adam, Eisenstaedt on Eisenstaedt, 1985, (NOTE: THIS JOURNAL CONTAINS ED WHEELER’S SIGNATURE.)

106.            National Geographic Society with text by Lisa Moore LaRoe, Titanic, ND


 


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