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He served in the Midwest Region of The Society for Photographic Education and eventually chaired the national association.
The collection chronicles the history of photography in Hungary for over one hundred years through photographs taken by both celebrated and lesser-known photographers.
Parts of Simon's typescript are retained in this series as well as correspondence relating to securing photograph copyrights, editing and publishing of the book.
Often the photographs were gifts from an artist or an institution. A neighborhood in Buda, The Tabán's small, village-like houses were demolished in 1933.
Photographic subjects range from landscape, cityscape, portraiture, and abstraction to candid moments of suffering, labor and celebration.
Photographic processes include gelatin silver, albumen, and chromogenic prints and color slides.
During a sabbatical from Beloit College in 1977, Simon began his project to comprehensively research the history of Hungarian photography.
He interviewed photographers and visited many libraries and museum collections, nationally and internationally.
The Simons built the collection over 25 years while conducting research on the history of Hungarian photography.