Photography -- New Zealand
Found in 31 Collections and/or Records:
A series of email exchanges between LC and Vani Sripathy of Auckland University. The correspondence is to do with a publication titled ‘Dining Out’ being published by the University Press. Sripathy is enquiring about using some of LC’s images, in particular his images of The Hong Kong restaurant in Wellington (1957) and one of Mike Armstrong and Jim Daken eating fish and chips in Greymouth (1959). The correspondence occurred on April 8 and April 16 2010.
A letter addressed to Vani Sripathy at the Auckland University Press that accompanied a print of LC’s Hong Kong Restaurant photograph. Also includes a handwritten draft of part of the email. The letter is dated March 26 2010. [See the previous ‘Auckland Uni Press’ folder for more correspondence].
Contains the single publication of Jay, Bill, ‘The myth of Internationalism and Art Photography: A personal reaction to Contemporary New Zealand Photographers by Bill Jay’, New Zealand Journal of Photography, No. 60, 2006. Jay critiques the way in which published photography is reviewed.
A collection of correspondence, handwritten notes, photocopied newspaper clippings and a copy of New Zealand Geographic, No. 34, April-June 1997. The information is primarily biographical with some focus on proposed interviews and obtaining negatives and prints. The publication date range is c. 1958-1997. The subject matter date range is c. 1840-1997.
An envelope containing three prints of Denniston scenes. The first is labelled ‘Tolls Hotel 1957’ and depicts 4 men drinking at the bar. The second is labelled ‘Denniston 1957’ and is a wide shot of the township. The third is labelled ‘Discarded pit props at head of incline 1957’ and the depiction correlates.
‘“Close up”: Pictures of the New Zealand Y.M.C.A. in the Fight area in France’, Red Triangle Picture Booklets, No.1 October, 1917.
Contains a newspaper clipping and two letters between LC and Craig Potton Publishing. The correspondence is regarding the publication of 'Into the Light' by David Eggleton. LC expresses his disapproval for Hamish Keith’s review of the publication which is also included in the folder. Publication date range is 2006-2007.
Contains a letter of correspondence from Arnott Potter of Craig Potten Publishing. The correspondence is regarding the use of some of LC’s images in a publication titled ‘Into the Light’ by David Eggleton. Enclosed is a biography of the author, as well as photocopied versions of the desired prints. The correspondence is dated May 22, 2006.
Six printed photographs along with their corresponding captions. All are scenes of Auckland 1943-1946, including the reveal of new U.S. army tugboats, the return of the 172nd infantry regiment, 43rd division and the United Nations day parade.
Ephemera: Correspondence with Leo Bensemann and Others at Caxton Press Concerning Publication and Editing of 'The Silent Land' [Folder]
A collection of correspondence, pamphlets, printed photographs, plane tickets, tobacco advertisements and advertisements for the publication of 'The Silent Land'. Correspondence is primarily between LC, Caxton Press and Angus and Robertson Ltd. The publication and subject matter date ranges are c. 1958-2002.
Laminated colour poster. Includes a photograph of a crowd of police persons who appear to be holding onto one another's trousers. The image has been reprinted so that it is primarily green, with some of the police hats picked out in red. Caption states: '109/138 Green Police Chch 15.8.81 MKS SUP '81'.
The artists' initials in the caption stand for Michael Shannon and Stuart Page (information from Auckland Art Gallery website and Stuart Page).
A collection of ‘N.Z. Truth’ and ‘N.Z. Listener’ articles the LC either wrote or provided photographs for. Covers topics such as army recruitment, Westland history, Women’s hemlines and ballads of the outback. Also included is a letter of termination of LC’s position as New Zealand correspondent for ‘Newspaper News’. The publication date range is 1955-1973. Subject matter includes dates as far back as 1897.
A collection of receipts, order forms, negatives, photo prints and handwritten notes. The negatives are labelled in the handwritten notes as “208-AA-56XX-2 (U.S Army parades in New Zealand)”, “208-AA-276E-1 (New Zealand Coastal Defence)” and “111-SC-377567 (Troops of the 172nd Infantry Regiment, 43rd Division marching to the railway station at Auckland)”. The order form is dated 10/14/2004. The photo print dates the U.S Army parade photo to 1/14/1943.
Contains two letters addressed to LC from Jack Wylde of Kopara. Discusses the series of photos LC took of the Kopara Sawmill and its workers. The letters are dated to 17/4/1958 and 5/4/1958.
Cleveland, Les, Strongman, Lara (ed.), McDonald, Lawrence (curator), ‘Les Cleveland: Message From the Exterior – Six Decades’, (City Gallery, Victoria University Press: Wellington, 1998).
A collection of photography newsletters including The Photo-Forum Supplement (Summer 1977/1978, Summer 1978/1979, Spring 1979, Spring 1980), along with an accompanying message to subscriber’s and a copy of The Photographer’s Mail from April 2007. Also included is a copy of The Times Literary Supplement, November 14, 1980.
A collection of correspondence, edited articles, a Capital Times newspaper, bills and an advertisement for 'Salute to New Zealand'. Details the photographs of LC’s that the publication wishes to use. Also includes some additional contextual information behind one of LC’s images of a suburban social gathering in Wellington. The publication date range is 1989-1998. Of the photographs in question and of the general subject matter the date range is 1935-1998.
A collection of newspaper clippings, and photographic index information of LC’s own work. The articles detail Wairarapa’s heritage buildings and the growing tourism business of the region, including an advertising events calendar. The indexing information references buildings in the region that have been photographed by LC. The publication date range is 2002-2005. The subject matter includes dates as far back as 1873.
Contains an assignment sheet for a Massey University course entitled ‘Photographic History & Criticism 2: NZ Photographic Histories’. Instructs students to review, interview, examine and analyse their chosen photographer and their work. The assignment was handed out on 14/08/2002.
Contains slide and lecture notes for a talk at Massey University on the history of photography, held on the 19/9/2002. The topic is primarily focused on social function and popular culture, with specific photographs being analysed as a resource.
Contains a series of correspondence between William (Bill) Main of the New Zealand Centre for Photography and LC, regarding a request to publish a few of LC’s shots of Taranaki St, Molesworth St and the European Hotel. The indicated dates all fall within 1998.
Poster advertising PhotoForum. Includes a reproduction of a photograph of a Maori wedding in Picton. Also includes the texts: 'Photograph by William or Fredrick Tyree: Maori Wedding, Waikawa Pa, Picton, c.1895. Courtesy Nelson Provincial Museum, Nelson. Poster published by Photo-Forum Inc., P.O. Box 10-163, Auckland 4, New Zealand. Photo-Forum., 1977'.
Poster advertising PhotoForum. Includes a reproduction of a photograph of Wetere Te Rerenga, his wife and son by Alfred H. Burton. The photograph includes the number 3621, and the name 'Burton Bros. Dunedin'. Also includes the texts: 'Photograph by Alfred H. Burton: 'Wetere Te Rerenga, Wife and Son, Whare-Komiti, Haurehuka, King Country', 1885. Courtesy National Museum, Wellington. Published by Photo-Forum Inc., P.O. Box 10-163, Auckland 4, New Zealand. Photo-Forum., 1979'.
A collection of handwritten notes, printed articles, reviews, slide notes and exhibition information. The primary focus is the social role of photography, with the majority of articles coming from an American context and number of other documents with a specific focus on New Zealand photography. The publication date range is c. 1978-2001. The subject matter includes dates as far back as 1839.
A collection of newspaper clippings, correspondence, receipts and a printed article. Details a few of the instances where LC has either given his work to someone or his work has been used and he has been paid accordingly. The publication date range is 1958-2011. The subject matter includes dates as far back as 1769.
Cleveland, Les, ‘The Silent Land’, (Caxton Press: Christchurch, 1966).