The Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth, announced the completion of a multi-year acquisition process of over six thousand Hollywood photographs from the John Kobal Foundation. Set up to continue the work of its eponymous founder, who lived from 1940 to 1991, the foundation long divided its efforts between grantmaking for photographers and promoting the photography collection that Kobal had amassed, which traces the history of Hollywood from approximately 1916 to the 1970s.
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