Ezra Stoller Collection, MS 148
Scope and Content
This collection contains nine mounted vintage images (13 prints) by famed architectural photographer Ezra Stoller of the Clark residence in Lake Placid, New York, taken in 1947.
The house was built for the Clark family and is believed to have been designed by Douglas Haskell (1899-1979), an architect by training, who served as a journalist with the Architectural Record and the Architectural Forum.
In order to simplify access to the collection for researchers, the prints were reorganized and refoldered to more accurately reflect their contents and are arranged by interiors and exteriors.
The copyright to these images is retained by the photographer's estate.
The Stoller Collection is divided into two series housed in one box:
- Photographs, 1947
- Secondary Source, 1987