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Charles W. Cushman Photograph Collection

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Cushman Photograph Collection

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Indiana University Digital Library Program
Coverage:
1938 - 1969


Taken by amateur photographer Charles Weever Cushman between 1938 and 1969, the images document an amazing cross-section of American and international subjects, from inner-city storefronts and industrial landscapes to candid portraits and botanical studies. The collection is part of the Indiana University Archives. The richly saturated Kodachrome slides add color to an era primarily recorded in black and white, "a world that we had long since resigned ourselves to viewing only in shades of gray," writes Eric Sandweiss, IU Carmony Associate Professor of History, in an essay included on the collection's Web site. "In Cushman's work," he observes, "the past becomes, for an instant, impossibly present."

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IUB Library Subjects:
  • American Studies
  • History
  • Art & Art History

Library of Congress Subjects:

Cushman, Charles W., 1896-1972.
Photograph collections--Indiana.