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Villani Photo Archives: Art and Architecture
From the Archivi Alinari, Florence

Collection consists of the art and architecture photographs of the Villani Archives, from the Archivi Alinari in Florence. The photographs covering the years 1920 to 1980 document the art and architecture of Italy, especially Bologna and other parts of Emilia-Romagna, but they also illustrate the economic, social, cultural, and political aspects of twentieth-century Italy.
8,970 Glass negatives and 512 positive prints, photographs.

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Wulz Photo Archives
Trombetta Collection

Photographs taken by Giuseppe, Carlo, Wanda and Marion Wulz between 1860 and 1980. Collection includes not only images produced in their studio in the Palazzo Hirschl but also views of Trieste - documenting the growth of the city, its port, the sea shore, the fortifications. Photos also document the art, architecture and monuments of Trieste.

This collection is also included in the Wulz Photo Archives collection.

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Wulz Photo Archives
Wulz Collection

Photographs taken by Giuseppe, Carlo, Wanda and Marion Wulz between 1860 and 1980. Collection includes not only images produced in their studio in the Palazzo Hirschl but also views of Trieste - documenting the growth of the city, its port, the sea shore, the fortifications. Photos also document the art, architecture and monuments of Trieste.

This collection is also included in the Wulz Photo Archives collection.
Alinari Photo Archive
From the Archivi Alinari, Florence

In some instances enough photographs have been assembled to make up a complete collection, for example the Demidoff Collection which was broken up at the end of the last century, the Chigi-Saracini Collection, which also no longer exists, and other minor collections. One of the last sections of the collection comprises landscapes and Italian cities photographed in the second half of the nineteenth century.
Historical Photographs of the Middle East

A selection of photographs dated between 1858 and 1973 from the photo archive in the Middle East Centre of St. Antony's College, Oxford. The collection documents political, historical, archaeological and anthropological events and subjects in the Middle East.
16,122 photographs.

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Indonesian Archaeological Photographs

The Kern Collection reflects the particular research interests of three generations of archaeologists working in Indonesia and developed from the photographic documentation prepared by the Archaeological Commission of the Netherlands East Indies at the beginning of the century. Over the years, more were added, some as illustrations for and supplements to the inventory of Archaeological Monuments, others in connection with the restoration of some of these monuments.
Photographs of Egyptian Art and of Egypt
The Hans Wolfgang Müller Archive

Photographs, made between 1931 and 1975 by Egyptologist Hans Wolfgang Müller. Photos document objects d'art, sculptures, reliefs and smaller objects as well as other Egyptian antiquities.
Over 7,000 photographs.
South Asian Art Photograph Collection
Part 1: Kushan Period, Caves and Gupta Period

Photographs document the art and architecture in South Asia including archeological and religious sites ( monuments, mosques, tombs) as well as sculpture housed in museums and private collections.

This collection is also included in the South Asian Art Photograph Collection collection.
South Asian Art Photograph Collection
Part 2: Gandhara

Photographs document the art and architecture in South Asia including archeological and religious sites ( monuments, mosques, tombs) as well as sculpture housed in museums and private collections.

This collection is also included in the South Asian Art Photograph Collection collection.
South Asian Art Photograph Collection
Part 3.1: Buddhist and Hindu Art of Eastern India and Bangladesh

Photographs document the art and architecture in South Asia including archeological and religious sites ( monuments, mosques, tombs) as well as sculpture housed in museums and private collections.

This collection is also included in the South Asian Art Photograph Collection collection.