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Louis H. Draper Artist Archives (VA-04)

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Identifier: VA-04
Overview The extensive collection documents the life and work of Richmond-born photographer and educator Louis Draper (1935–2002). Manuscript and photographic materials document Draper’s experience and work as an African American photographer, including his recognition of his photography as a form of “engaged resistance” that not only bore witness to leaders of the civil rights movement, but also offered a richer and more diverse perspective of African American life than provided by the mainstream...
Dates: 1945-2005, undated
Found in: Archives

Beuford Smith Archives (SC-32)

 Item — Box: SC-32 Box 1
Identifier: SC-32
Overview The collection helps document the formation of the Kamoinge Workshop in the early 1960s, including a notebook with minutes from their earliest meetings. Photographs from the collection show the early members of Kamoinge, and in particular focuses on the life of Louis H. Draper (1935-2002).
Dates: 1964-2003, undated
Found in: Archives