Subseries 7.3 Negatives and positive transparencies
Scope and Contents
Records Isaacs’ design work, including studio and process shots, and classroom activity and student work. There are also some personal photographs of Isaacs’ parents, his youth, and his family. Most photos were created by or for Isaacs, although some are copies by photojournalists covering Isaacs for newspapers and magazines. Photographic prints and transparencies make up most of the series, though there are recordings of lectures by and about Isaacs, audio notes, media appearances, and films by Barbara Isaacs.
- circa 1900-2006
Access to the collection is largely unrestricted. Some educational records containing student information may be restricted or provided as a redacted copy at the archives' discretion.
From the Collection: 46.1 Linear Feet ((75 MS, 17 OS, 10 SB) 6 OS folders, 1 reel, 1 object) : The reel is one film. The unboxed object is a desktop tool chest.
From the Collection: 6.09 Gigabytes (133 files) : Files consist of 12 MP3s, 113 JPEGs, 6 VOBs, 1 PDF and 1 MOV.
Language of Materials
From the Collection: English