Edward L. Bafford (1902-1981), a Baltimore printer and photographer, long-serving
member and supporter of the Baltimore Camera Club, and educator. Most well-known for
his use of the bromoil process. Taught the Bafford School of Photography for the Baltimore
Camera Club and, with photographer Charles Emery, offered a photography class on WBAL
radio in Baltimore beginning in 1932. The photography book collection in the Albin
O. Kuhn Library & Gallery at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC) was
named in Bafford's honor in 1975.
Reels are numbered 1-7, 7A, 8-9, 9C, 10.
Donated by Karen Messick in 2015, PHMS 2015-01.
Items have been rehoused.
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Bafford, Edward L., 1902-1981
Extent: 12 audio reels
Titles are from the original labels on the audio reels. Arranged by tape number.