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Papers, 1939-[ongoing].

Author: Helen Gee; Li Lan; Yun Gee; Limelight Gallery.
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Correspondence, daybooks, exhibition files, interviews, printed material including periodicals, and audio tapes, relating to personal and business activities of Gee and her husband, Yun Gee (1906-1963), and her daughter, Li-Lan Gee (b. 1943), both painters; together with records (1954-1961) of Gee's New York City photography gallery and coffeehouse, Limelight Gallery, including correspondence with Ansel Adams, Bill  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Interviews
Menus
Periodicals
Press releases
Scrapbooks
Audio tapes
Exhibition catalogs
Records and correspondence
Correspondence
Exhibitions
Named Person: Ansel Adams; Reva Brooks; Imogen Cunningham; Eliot Porter; Minor White; Ansel Adams; Reva Brooks; Imogen Cunningham; Eliot Porter; Minor White
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Helen Gee; Li Lan; Yun Gee; Limelight Gallery.
OCLC Number: 28408673
Description: 6 linear ft.

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Correspondence, daybooks, exhibition files, interviews, printed material including periodicals, and audio tapes, relating to personal and business activities of Gee and her husband, Yun Gee (1906-1963), and her daughter, Li-Lan Gee (b. 1943), both painters; together with records (1954-1961) of Gee's New York City photography gallery and coffeehouse, Limelight Gallery, including correspondence with Ansel Adams, Bill Brandt, Reva Brooks, Imogen Cunningham, Eliot Porter, Minor White, and others, gallery advertisements, announcements, press releases, financial records, scrapbook, mailing lists, clippings, menus, and other records.

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