A COLLECTION OF FOURTEEN PERSONAL AND COMMEMORATIVE PRESENTATION PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS, INCLUDING:
1918-1969. 1 album, approx. 160 black-and-white and colour photographs, including photographs of Hayek and family during his childhood, and photographs taken during his military service, some printed ephemera and annotations included, many with captions, red leather covers with spine label;
1971-1975. 1 album, approx. 110 black-and-white and colour photographs, including of the Nobel award ceremony, many with captions, brown leather covers with spine label;
1980-1982. 1 album, approx. 110 black-and-white and colour photographs, including Hayek's meeting with Pope John Paul II, many with captions, red leather covers with spine label;
1983-ff. 1 album approx. 115 black-and-white and colour photographs, many with captions, brown leather covers with spine label;
Commemorative Presentation Albums
Japan, 5 March - 2 May 1964. 1 album presented by Seigen Tanaka ("the Tiger of Tokyo"), inscribed “To Professor and Mrs Hayek | In memory | of your stay in Japan”, 125 photographs (42 colour Polaroids), captions, ornately embroidered covers;
Japan, 1965. 1 album, 23 black-and-white photographs, typescript captions, spine label inscribed, “Japan 1965 (Tanaka) II”, one loose colour photograph;
Taiwan, 25 September – 16 October 1965. 1 album, 23 black-and-white photographs, ornately embroidered covers, upper cover with “with compliments of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs | The Republic of China”, loosely inserted program of visit;
Mont Pelerin Society, Japan, 1966. 1 album, approx. 180 black-and-white photographs;
Japan, October 1967. 1 album, 39 photos (22 colour) with typed captions;
Japan Economic Research Institute, Japan, 1974. 1 album, 134 black-and-white and colour photographs, a few with captions, tissue guards, leather covers with ornate design, loosely inserted typescript letter from the Director of the Institute;
Symposium at Nippon Press Centre (Sponsored by Tokyo Shumbun), 22 November 1976. 1 album, 38 black-and-white photographs, captions on labels, lower board detached;
The Mont Pelerin Society, 1975 special meeting, Chicago, 21 April 1975. 1 album, 45 colour photographs, additional 7 colour photographs loosely inserted, printed ephemera including invitation, menu, program, invitation list and speeches also included, black leather covers;
Menlo Park, June 1977. 1 album from Albert H. Zlabinger, 49 colour photographs, captions in white, yellow covers gilt;
Institute for Humane Studies, George Mason University, 1991 (Presidential Medal of Freedom). 1 album, 7 black-and-white photographs with printed copies of articles;
31 additional photographs (1 folder of 4, 1 folder of 12, 1 envelope of 5, 1 envelope of 3, 6 loose photographs, 1 photograph mounted in photographer’s folder);
1 framed colour photograph of Hayek meeting Pope John Paul II, 1980, with photographer’s stamp on verso (Pontificia Fotografia, Roma)
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