Indians of South America -- Peru
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: Image Archive-Collection 03
Scope and Contents 1940s-1960s. A collection of 860 photographs of the lifestyle of indigenous people, city and country scenes, archaeological sites, colonial and modern architecture and pre-Hispanic, colonial and folk art in Peru.
File — Box 1, Folder: 10
Identifier: Image Archive-Collection 40-(10)
Identifier: Image Archive-Collection 04
Scope and Contents 1920s-1940s. 71 black and white photographs of the people of Peru: indigenous people, workers, and the upper class, at work and in social settings; most are from Cuzco. Prints are by Edward Ranney from Chambi's original glass negatives. 50 pieces and 21 study prints.
Identifier: Photograph Collection 39-(21)
Identifier: Image Archive-Album-050
Scope and Contents 1935. An album compiled by Robert Toms, a British traveller and reporter for the “Express & Echo” newspaper (Exeter). 130 mounted black and white photographs (range in size from 3" x 5" to 2" x 3"). As Toms noted himself, he went “on a most interesting voyage around South America on the Pacific liner 'Reina del Pacifico,' going from France via Spain, the Canary Islands, Rio de Janeiro, Buenos Aires, Montevideo, Falkland Islands, rounding South America through the Strait of Magellan and...