These materials provide supporting documentation for the Paul Woolf photographs. These papers contain reference materials, including publications and ephemera, biographical materials, including articles about Woolf and his C.V., documentation of Woolf's travel and photography, including typescript and handwritten notes, correspondence and ephemera, as well as two diaries, the first describing travels in Colorado and other western states in 1958 and the second describing travels in Mexico and Guatemala in 1963.
The Woolf papers are arranged into four folders by material type, Reference materials, Biographical materials, Trip documentation and Diaries.
Paul J. Woolf began his photographic career in London, taking pictures as a child. He attended the University of California, Berkeley and the Clarence White School of Photography. By 1942 he was established as a professional photographer who specialized in design and night-time photography. Woolf also maintained a practice as a clinical social worker while continuing his work as a photographer.
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Paul J. Woolf papers, 1940-1963, National Museum of the American Indian Archives, Smithsonian Institution.
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