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Bruce Kennett photographs

 Unprocessed Material — Multiple Containers
Identifier: ViU-2023-0120

Content Description

This collection contains color and black and white negatives, color transparencies, Cibachrome and gelatin silver prints, and printers CMYK approval proof endpaper of the photographer Bruce Kennett. Most of the images are of Bremo, John Hartwell Cocke's nineteenth-century home. Kennett was invited to photograph the property, and much of Kennett's work was included in a monograph titled "Birth of a Virginia Plantation House: The Design and Building of Bremo." Also included are images of Carter's Grove Slave Quarters, Williamsburg, and the United States Supreme Court Chamber. Kennett is a designer, photographer, and teacher currently based in Vermont.

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Gift of Bruce Kennett, 31 March 2023.

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  • Creation: 1989 - 2012



.31 Cubic Feet (2 folders (letter) 1 Flat File Folder (Small, FF S))

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An extensive Image key created by the donor is with the materials. Folder 1 - Bremo photographs, 1989-2012 35 mm Color negatives Folder 2 - Bremo, Carter's Grove Slave Quarters and Williamsburg, and the United States Supreme Court Chamber: color and black and white negatives, transparencies, prints, and contact sheets. Oversize folder 1_ prints of Bremo, 8X10, 11X14 and 20X24 Cibachrome and gelatin silver prints