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HMA0185 · Colección · 1990-2008

Includes real estate press kits, brochures, flyers, newspaper clippings and digital files.

Two Art Basel Miami Beach catalogs for 2006 and 2008 and other general promotional materials for the area are also included.

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HMA0015 · Colección · 1896-1988 (predominant: 1940-1988)

The Miami News photographs document events, places, and people in Dade County and, to a less extent, Monroe County, Broward County, Cuba, the Bahamas, and the West Indies. Images that record the corporate history of the Miami News are also included.

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HMA0438 · Colección · 1964-1964

Various slides of Miami attractions in 1964. Views and events include: Vizcaya, Parrot Jungle, Miami Seaquarium, Miami Beach Auto Show, Lincoln Road, Miami International Airport (tarmac aerials and Pan Am check-in desk) and International Photographic Exposition.

Tim Chapman Collection - 1968-2012
HMA0017 · Colección · 1968-2012 (predominant: 1972-2012)

The Tim Chapman collection consists of photographs and related materials shot or collected by photojournalist Tim Chapman during the second half of the twentieth century. While most materials pertain to people, places, and events in the Miami area, Latin American and world events are also represented.

The collection includes his professional work as a photojournalist as well as his photography for personal interest. Photographic media include 35mm negatives and slides (mainly black-and-white), photographic prints, and born-digital, color images. Supporting material includes newspaper and magazine articles containing illustrations by Chapman.

Photography pertaining to people, places, and events in the Miami area includes crime scenes; politics; the Mariel boatlift; the upheaval of the 1980s, including the Cocaine Cowboys; and Hurricane Andrew. The shots also include images of ordinary and famous people.

During 2013, Chapman filled a series of notebooks with handwritten notes identifying the most significant images. Entries are chronological, to coincide with the arrangement of the collection.

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