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Photographs from his first body of work "Our Vision, Our Voices," 1993, and from "God's Will," 1994. Correspondence to and from galleries, publishers, and others about Cameron's work, reviews, fan mail, viewers' comments from a 1998 exhibit, magazines and books that feature his work, and postcards advertising various exhibits. Some personal material including an annotated high school yearbook (1976, Dover Arkansas), a 20th year reunion booklet, and family photos. Awards, including the 1997 FTM International Pride Award and 2 Lambda Literary Awards for "Body Alchemy" in 1996, one for Transgender and one for the Small Press category. Six videos, including "Transsexuals Speak Out," a "60 Minutes" segment, and "You Don't Know Dick."
Paper copy of Cameron's 2001 online book, Man Tool, one of three, signed. Also, a 2002 resume; a printout of online interview of artist and exhibit curator Steve Compton from the Queer Arts Resource Forum; and a 2002 paper by Tee A. Corinne, "The Transiting Self: The Nude Self-Portraits of Transman Loren Cameron and Hermaphrodyke Del LaGrace Volcano," delivered at the College Art Association conference, February 21, 2002, as part of the session "How Do Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgendered Artists Address the Nude?"
Twenty 11"x14" silver gelatin photographs from Cameron's 1996 "Body Alchemy" project and text on foam core that accompanied their exhibit at Cornell University, April 19, 2002.
Unbound copy of Cuerpos Fotografiados por Cameron Vols. I & II, dated 2003.