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This keepsake booklet is produced to commemorate "To Help the World To See": An Eliot Elisofon Retrospective, an exhibition presented by the Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center at the Leeds Gallery, September 14, 2000 — December 18, 2000.

Production of this booklet is made possible by the kind support of the Bill and Alice Wright Photography Endowment of the Ransom Center.

Additional support for the exhibition was provided by a generous gift from Marlene Nathan Meyerson.

A special thanks to Dr. Thomas F. Staley, Ransom Center Director, for his continued support and to Nancy Scanlan for the quiet space and time.

This publication is dedicated to Elin and Jill,in memory of three Steiff bears.

Exhibition Curator & Author: Roy Flukinger, Senior Curator, Ransom Center
Editor: Sheree Scarborough
Photographer: Pete Smith
Designer: Allen Griffith/EYE4DESIGN
Printer: Lithoprint Company, Inc.

The Elisofon Papers were organized and described by archivist Katherine Mosley over a period of two years. The finding aid for the papers can be found online.

All of the photographs found in this booklet are contained in the Eliot Elisofon Archive, Photography & Film Collection of the Harry Ransom Center at The University of Texas at Austin.

Additional bodies of the photographs of Eliot Elisofon are held within the collections of Time, Inc., New York City, and the Eliot Elisofon Photographic Archives, National Museum of African Art, Washington, D.C.

All photographs are reproduced by permission of the pertinent institution.

Booklet © 2000 by the Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center.

ISBN 0-87959-142-0

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