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Collection Number: D-408

Over 70,000 images documenting the resurgence of storytelling in the United States as an art form. Included in the collection are storytelling programs and the working records of a freelance photographer. Another aspect of the Hunold Collection was his work as a nature and travel photographer. Hunold's work appeared in textbooks, newspaper articles, and magazines including the New York Times, San Francisco Examiner, Audubon Magazine, National Wildlife and others. Geographic areas include the United States, Mexico, and Europe. Subjects include San Francisco city scenes, western flora and fauna, Native American sites, and national parks and monuments.
Extent

55 linear feet

Biography

As the official photographer of the Sierra Storytelling Festival (Nevada City, California) and other festivals, such as the National Festival of Storytelling (Jonesboro, Tennessee), Hunold photographed storytellers in action from 1988 through 2001.

Inclusive Dates

circa 1951-2002.

Subject

Art and Architecture

Additional Collection Information

Finding Aid on the Online Archive of California
Online exhibit
Blog post about the collection

Access

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