Millon, Henry A.
SCOPE AND CONTENT
The Aronson photographic collection of aerial views of Rome comes from a portfolio of 300 hundred aerial photographs of buildings, monuments, archaeological ruins, and other well known, and lesser known sites in Rome. The photographs were taken by J.H. Aronson and H.A. Millon during two helicopter flights in May, 1977.
The goal was to provide high quality images of Rome, as few were available at the time. Of the thousands photographs Aronson and Millon took during the two flights, only 300 of the clearest images were selected for the publication of the Portfolio. Aronson published the Portfolio in 1979 through his company, Aerpicfoto, which was at the time located in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
ARRANGEMENT AND PROCESSING INFORMATION
Pictures are organized by Rioni in Rome and related subjects are usually grouped together. All pictures are dated on the center of the heading of each print (19-V-77 and 30-V-77). Red numbers in the Table of Descriptions refer to the 300 pictures in the portfolio, while black numbers are the Aerpicfoto file numbers. Into catalog, the Call number refers to the red numbers in the Table of Description and on the right side heading of each print.
All pictures are full frame enlargements from 35mm negatives.
300 photographic prints have been digitized.
The collection has been donated by Vincent J. Buonanno to the American Academy in Rome - Photographic Archive in 2004.
The pictures are all cleared by the Stato Maggiore di Aereonautica (Italy) for publication ("diritti di divulgazione") with concession no. 191 - 30 Apr. 1980).
300 photographic prints (23,5 x 16 cm) listed in the “Table of Descriptions” by J. Aronson.
71 photographic prints (23,5 x 16 cm) not included in the "Table of Descriptions" by J. Aronson.
The Photographic Archive is open to public Tuesday and Thursday from 10:00am to 5:00pm.
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