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The library's Special Collections include close to 7, Gleason negatives on glass and film, four cartons of documentation relating to the negatives, the only known surviving original Gleason slide lecture "Thoreau's Country"albums of Concord- and Thoreau-related images compiled by the photographer himself, Gleason correspondence and lecture notes, and printed and archival items containing photographs by or information about him. Gleason's negatives were acquired by the library in two separate acquisitions. One group about images, all of Concord was purchased in directly from Roland Wells Robbins--historian, archaeologist, and excavator in of the foundation of Thoreau's cabin at Walden Pond. The other group about 6, images, some of Concord, the remainder of locations across the United States was purchased in from Nick Mills and Heather Conover, who had bought them from Robbins in These negatives--meticulously captioned and dated by the photographer--present tremendous and hitherto largely unrealized research possibilities. They constitute important primary documentation of Gleason's life and work, the meaning of Thoreau and Concord to the photographer, and the history of photography, the landscape, environmentalism, and the National Park Service.
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