I am new to this group and am not really sure if this is the right forum to raise this - however, nothing ventured!
I have been an admirer of the photographs of Sir Don McCullin for many years and, in that time, have built up a wide ranging archive of items related to his work - magazines, books, slides, photographs, postcards etc etc. It's an eclectic mix with the bulk of the collection consisting of copies of the magazines to which Don contributed from the 1960s onwards - mainly in the UK, but in Europe also. I believe many of these photographs have not been published since and so the magazines make a fascinating archive - not least for the overall social & historical context.
I am rapidly running out of space to house this archive and I am starting to think about what the best thing is to do with it. It would be a great pity if the collection was broken up and I would very much like it to stay intact.
So, does anyone have any suggestions of who might be interested in it..?
I would be happy to share the list of items I have accumulated - so far! - and look forward to hearing any comments on this.