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John Reeves fonds
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1974-1990, predominant 1974-1977 (Creation)
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95 colour transparencies
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Name of creator
John Reeves was born in Burlington, Ontario, in 1938, and graduated from the Ontario College of Art in 1961. Well known particularly for his portrait photography, Reeves' work has appeared in virtually every Canadian periodical. His photographic and written essays have included works on Jean Vanier, Elizabeth Smart and Germaine Greer; and he provided photography for the books Debrett's Illustrated Guide to the Canadian Establishment and John Fillion - Thoughts about My Sculpture. John Reeves is a member of the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts.
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This fonds contains images of Canadian women of achievement; most were taken during the celebration of the International Year of the Woman (1975) and formed part of the exhibition, "30 Portraits of Women."
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There are no restrictions on access.
Terms governing use, reproduction, and publication
John Reeves retains copyright; use is granted the University of Saskatchewan Archives for exhibition, promotion, and research use.
A finding aid is available.
Further accruals are expected.