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One of the largest collection within the Drexel Founding Collection is its photography holdings. With an original collection of study photographs and stereographs donated to the Collection in the early 1900s, including photographs of the west by William Henry Jackson, to the full portfolio of Tulsa by Larry Clark. New donations to Drexel’s photographs collection include pieces by Walter Iooss, Jr., Larry Fink, Peter Turnley, Alen MacWeeney and Shawn Theodore.

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