An overview, selected bibliography, and frequently asked questions about the Julius Shulman photography archive, which contains over 260,000 vintage and modern prints, negatives, and transparencies.

Created 2005, updated 2009, 2010
Author: Library Services

Shulman / Kaufmann House
 
The Research Library's Julius Shulman photography archive contains over 260,000 vintage and modern prints, negatives, and transparencies. The material documents the modern movement in architecture in Southern California from the 1930s through 1997, including the Case Study Houses.

The Shulman archive is open for use to all members of the scholarly and museum communities (e.g., university faculty, graduate students, curators) with proof of current institutional affiliation. Access will also be granted to independent researchers with specific projects or interests as warranted.

Remembering Julius Shulman
A memorial service for Julius Shulman (1910–2009) celebrated his remarkable life and work. View a portion of the presentation. (PDF, 57pp., 4.7MB)