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Small and Medium Transparencies, c early 1960s-c mid 1970s

Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Add.10275/1/2/3/2/1

Scope and Contents

Three boxes containing 35mm and 62mm colour photographic transparencies and slides, along with a small amount of negatives and contact prints. The majority of these items feature images of Roger Law's plasticine model illustrations, used in various publications, from the late 1960s to the mid-1970s. However, there is also images relating to Law's and Peter Cook's Almost the End column in The Observer Weekend Review, c1962; a transparency with a group photograph image of The Sunday Times' art department, c1966; images relating to the puppet film, The Milkman: A Satire on Capitalism, made by Law while Artist-in-Residence at Reed College, Oregon, c1967; and images of cartoon strip drawings from the early 1970s.


  • Creation: c early 1960s-c mid 1970s


Conditions Governing Use

Copyright - held by various photographers or their estates.


3 archive box(es) : Photographic material (paper, plastic)

Language of Materials



As well as the original contents of these boxes, the contents of a smaller box of transparencies have also been added to this material. These other transparencies, originally from these three boxes, were previously removed, digitised, and then stored separately. They have now been merged back together.

Separated Materials

The published versions of these images are found in the Published Material section of the Roger Law (Early Years) sub-fonds.



Repository Details

Part of the Cambridge University Library Repository

Cambridge University Library
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Cambridge CB3 9DR United Kingdom