25 YEARS
List of Plates

Story names in italic type represent published titles.
Story names not in italic type represent series from Mary Ellen Mark's personal filing system. Indian Circus is also a series.

opposite title page: Children Picking Flowers at Special School for Blind Children No. 5, Kiev, Ukraine, USSR, 1987 (from A Day in the Life of The USSR)

opposite contents: Wealthy Retirement Community, Santa Barbara, California, 1985

Confinement

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Dispensary just outside Calcutta, Mother Teresa's Missions of Charity, Calcutta, India, 1981

Blind Orphan at Shishu Bhawan, Mother Teresa's Missions of Charity, Calcutta, India, 1980

Leprosy Patient with Her Nurse, National Hansen's Disease Center, Carville, Louisiana, 1990

Mary Frances in Ward 81, Oregon State Hospital, Salem, Oregon, 1976

Special School for Blind Children No. 5, Kiev, Ukraine, USSR, 1987 (from A Day in the Life of the USSR)

Two Boys in Shanti Nagar Leprosy Colony, Mother Teresa's Missions of Charity, Bengal, India, 1981

Jake, Perkins School for the Blind, Watertown, Massachusetts, 1990

Home for the Dying, Mother Teresa's Missions of Charity, Calcutta, India, 1980

Goudi at the Home for the Dying, Mother Teresa's Missions of Charity, Calcutta, India, 1981

Women Dancing to Records, Ward 81, Oregon State Hospital, Salem, Oregon, 1976

Jeannette in Labor, Cumberland Hospital, Brooklyn, New York, 1978 (from Teen Baby)

Beth in "Time Out," Ward 81, Oregon State Hospital, Salem, Oregon, 1976

Mary Frances Peeking from Her Tub, Ward 81, Oregon State Hospital, Salem, Oregon, 1976

Retarded Women in the Shower, Il Cottolengo Hospital, Turin, Italy, 1990 (from A Day in the Life of Italy)

Retarded Women, II Cottolengo Hospital, Turin, Italy, 1990 (from A Day in the Life of Italy)

Patients at the Second Mental Hospital of Chongqing, China, 1989 (from A Day in the Life of China)

Patient in Restraints at the Second Mental Hospital of Chongqing, China, 1989 (from A Day in the Life of China)

Devotee at a Muslim Shrine, Uttar Pradesh, India, 1989

Blind Children Bathing, Sarnath, India, 1989

Karen, Perkins School for the Blind, Watertown, Massachusetts, 1990

Lewis in a Shelter for the Homeless, Miami, Florida, 1986

Home for the Dying, Mother Teresa's Missions of Charity, Calcutta, India, 1980

Mother Teresa at the Home for the Dying, Mother Teresa's Missions of Charity, Calcutta, India, 1980

Laurie in the Ward 81 Tub, Oregon State Hospital, Salem, Oregon, 1976


On the Edge

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Heroin Addict on the Toilet, London,.England, 1969 (from London junkies)

Fighting Street Boys, Khartoum, Sudan, 1988

Glue Addicts, Khartoum, Sudan, 1988

Lillie with Her Rag Doll, Seattle, Washington, 1983 (from Streetwise)

Relatives, Tunica, Mississippi, 1990 (from Rural Poverty)

72 Christopher, Sandgap, Kentucky, 1990 (from Rural Poverty)

73 Gypsy Camp, Barcelona, Spain, 1987 (from A Day in the Life of Spain)

74 Young Couple, South Bronx, New York, 1987 (from Urban Poverty)

75 "Rat" and Mike with a Gun, Seattle, Washington, 1983 (from Streetwise)

76 South Dallas, Texas, 1988 (from Poverty in South Dallas)

77 Runaway Girls on Pike Street, Seattle, Washington, 1983 (from Streetwise)

78 Robert Taylor Homes, Chicago, Illinois, 1987 (from Urban Poverty)

79 Nestor, Mission, Texas, 1990 (from Rural Poverty)

80 Katy, an Autistic Child, Norwalk, Connecticut, 1987

81 Robinsonville, Mississippi, 1990 (from Rural Poverty)

83 Andrew Walker, 101 Years Old, with His Granddaughter Lakeisha, Cleveland, Mississippi, 1990 (from Rural Poverty)

85 Hollywood Boulevard, Hollywood, California, 1987 (from Homeless in America)

86 Charlie Coffee and Mickey Hickey, Redfern Section of Sydney, Australia, 1987 (from Australian Immigrants)

87 Marilyn Cargil and Rene Riley, Redfern Section of Sydney, Australia, 1987 (from Australian Immigrants)

88 Paula and Verenis at the Valley Shelter, Los Angeles, California, 1987 (from Homeless in America)

89 Ernest McQuinlan's Boxing Club, Sydney, Australia, 1987 (from Australian Immigrants)

90 Shirley with Her Son Ricky at the Gilbert Hotel, Hollywood, California, 1987 (from Homeless in America)

91 Jeanette Sleeping, Brooklyn, New York, 1978 (from Teen Baby)

92 Heroin Addict behind a Door, London, England, 1969 (from London Junkies)

93 Heroin Addicts, London, England, 1969 (from London junkies)

95 Peter, from Perkins School for the Blind, Looking for Birds on Cape Cod, Massachusetts, 1990

96 People Gathered outside the Home for the Dying, Mother Teresa's Missions of Charity, Calcutta, India, 1981

97 Jesse with His Dog, Runtley, Los Angeles, California, 1987 (from Homeless Family)

99 Arrested Drug Suspect, South Dallas, Texas, 1988 (from Poverty in South Dallas)

100 The Damm Family in Their Car, Los Angeles, California, 1987 (from Homeless Family)


Portraits

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103 Crying Twins, Middlesboro, Kentucky, 1988

104 English Child, London, England, 1965

105 Street Child, Trabzon, Turkey, 1965

107 Amanda and Her Cousin Amy, Valdese, North Carolina, 1990

108 Children's Fashion Show, Miami Beach, Florida, 1986

109 Gibbs Senior High School Prom, Saint Petersburg, Florida, 1986 (from A Day in the Life of America)

110 Tattooed Man at Aryan Nations Congress, Hayden Lake, Idaho, 1986

111 Halloween Boy, Texas, 1983

112 Marlon Brando during the Filming of Apocalypse Now, Philippines, 1977

113 Young Boy with Mickey Mouse Ears, Lutu Village, Yunnan Province, China, 1985 (from China: The Long March)

114 Bridesmaids, Sydney, Australia, 1987 (from Australian Immigrants)

115 Chess by the Beach, Sochi, USSR, 1987 (from Billy Joel's Concert Tour "The Bridge")

116 Luis Bunuel during the Filming of Tristana, Toledo, Spain, 1970

117 The Man Who Won the Mustache Contest, Istanbul, Turkey, 1965

118 Loyalty Day Parade, New York City, 1967 (from Pro-Vietnam Demonstrations)

119 Coney Island, Brooklyn, New York, 1983

121 South Dallas, Texas, 1988 (from Poverty in South Dallas)

123 Grand Wizard at Aryan Nations Congress, Hayden Lake, Idaho, 1986

124 Maurice, an Extra in the Paris Opera, Paris, France, 1988

125 Federico Fellini on the Set of Fellini Satyricon, Rome, Italy, 1969

126 Husband and Wife, Harlan County, Kentucky, 1971 (from Appalachian Women)

127 Acadian Wedding, Lafayette, Louisiana, 1972

128 Boy with His Sister at "Club Culture," Madrid, Spain, 1984 (from The New Youth)

129 top: Women's Bar, Upper East Side, New York City, 1977 (from Bars)

bottom: Disco, Long Island, New York, 1977 (from Bars)

130 Blind Children with Sighted Baby at the Special School for Blind Children No. 5, Kiev, Ukraine, USSR, 1987 (from A Day in the Life of the USSR)

131 Gypsy Camp, Barcelona, Spain, 1987 (from A Day in the Life of Spain)

133 "Tiny" in Her Halloween Costume, Seattle, Washington, 1983 (from Streetwise)

134 Girl with Ashes at the Burning Ghat, Benares, India, 1989

135 Brother and Sister at the Black Sea, Sochi, USSR, 1987 (from Billy Joel's Concert Tour "The Bridge")

136 Shanti Nagar Leprosy Colony, Mother Teresa's Missions of Charity, Bengal, India, 1981

137 Shepherd's Village, Jodhpur, India, 1989

138 Carie Copas, Portsmouth, Ohio, 1989 (from Welfare Family)

139 top: Gorky Park Circus, Moscow, USSR, 1987 (from Billy Joel's Concert Tour "The Bridge")

bottom: Classroom, Kiev, Ukraine, USSR, 1987 (from A Day in the Life of the USSR)

141 Hydrocephalic Girl with Her Sister, Il Cottolengo Hospital, Turin, Italy, 1990 (from A Day in the Life of Italy)

142 Hispanic Girl with Her Brother, Dallas, Texas, 1987 (from Urban Poverty)

143 Dancing School, East Orange, New jersey, 1988

144 "Pagan," a Runaway from Arizona, Hollywood, California, 1987 (from Homeless in America)

145 Vicky, Mission, Texas, 1990 (from Rural Poverty)

146 Contestants for the National Senior Olympics, Saint Louis, Missouri, 1989

147 Callie and Harvey Flannery, McKee, Kentucky, 1990 (from Rural Poverty)

148 Edgar Bergen and Charlie McCarthy, Los Angeles, California, 1978

Indian Circus

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151 Contortionist with Her Puppy Sweety, Great Raj Kamal Circus, Upleta, India, 1989

152 Acrobats Practicing, Great Bombay Circus, Limbdi, India, 1990

153 Veeru and Usman with Moti the Performing Vulture, Great Jumbo Circus, Mangalore, India, 1989

154 Dr. Hari Prakash, His Son Shashi, and Their Performing Monkey Guju, Great Bombay Circus, Limbdi, India, 1990

155 Ringmaster A. Rehman with His Dog Rosy, Great Famous Circus, Calcutta, India, 1989

156 Shavanaas Begum with Her Three-year-old Daughter, Parveen, Great Gemini Circus, Perintalmanna, India, 1989

157 Gloria and Ravi the Animal Trainer with His Bear Gemini, Great Gemini Circus, Perintalmanna, India, 1989

159 Hippopotamus and Performer, Great Rayman Circus, Madras, India, 1989

160 Twin Brothers Tulsi and Basant, Great Famous Circus, Calcutta, India, 1989

161 Jahir Ali the Magician with His Son Mukhtar, at a Sideshow near the Great Lion Circus, Bulandshahr, India, 1989

162 Acrobats Jayanti and Sunita Preparing for a Show, Great Apollo Circus, Goa, India, 1989

163 Gloria and Raja, Great Gemini Circus, Perintalmanna, India, 1989

164 Arjun with His Chimpanzee Mira, Great Royal Circus, Gujarat, India, 1989

165 Venkesh on Lucky Donkey, Great jumbo Circus, Mangalore, India, 1989

166 Clowns Bathing, Great Royal Circus, Junagadh, India, 1990

167 Usman the Clown with William and Albert, Who Have Been Inspired by John Wayne, Great jumbo Circus, Mangalore, India, 1989

168 Acrobats Practicing, Great Amar Circus, Delhi, India, 1989

169 Shanu and Tulsi Warming Up, Great Bharat Circus, Uttar Pradesh, India, 1989

170 Acrobat Sleeping, Great Famous Circus, Calcutta, India, 1989

171 Chitra and Tracy Practicing, Great Bombay Circus, Limbdi, India, 1990

172 Pinky and Shiva Ji with Laxmi in the Background, Great Royal Circus, Junagadh, India, 1990

173 Great Jumbo Circus, Mangalore, India, 1989 174 Rani, Star of the Dog Act, Great Bombay Circus, Limbdi, India, 1990

175 Pinky, Sunita, and Ratna, Great Royal Circus, Gujarat, India, 1989

177 Ram Prakash Singh with His Elephant Shyama, Great Golden Circus, Ahmedabad, India, 1990

192 Burlesque Comic in His Dressing Room, Fortysecond Street Theater, New York City, 1968



GRANTS

1965-66 Fulbright Scholarship to photograph in Turkey

1975 USIA grant to lecture and exhibit in Yugoslavia

1977 National Endowment for the Arts grant

New York State Council for the Arts CAPS Grant

1978 Commissioned artist with the Bell System Photography Project

1979-80 National Endowment for the Arts grant

1990 National Endowment for the Arts grant



AWARDS

1980 Page One Award for Excellence in journalism, the Newspaper Guild of New York, for "Children of Desire," The New York Times Magazine, September 30, 1979

1981 First Place, Feature Picture Story, University of Missouri, for "Mother Teresa in Calcutta," LIFE, July 1980

First Prize, Robert F. Kennedy journalism Award, for "Mother Teresa in Calcutta," LIFE, July 1980

1982 Leica Medal of Excellence for "Falkland Road"

1983 Canon Photo Essayist Award for "Streets of the Lost," LIFE, July 1983

Honorable Mention, Robert F. Kennedy journalism Award, for "Streets of the Lost," LIFE, July 1983

1984 First Place for Magazine-published Picture Story, University of Missouri Pictures of the Year, for "Streets of the Lost," LIFE, July 1983

1985 First Prize, Robert F. Kennedy journalism Award, for "Camp Good Times," LIFE, September 1984

1986 Philippe Halsman Award for Photoj ournalism, ASMP

Second Prize for News Feature Series for Photographs of Ethiopia, World Press Photo 86

1987 Photographer of the Year Award, the Friends of Photography

1988 Creative Arts Awards Citation for Photography, Brandeis University

World Press Award, for Outstanding Body of Work throughout the Years

George W Polk Award for Photojournalism

Distinguished Photographer's Award, Women in Photography

1989 Art Directors Club Award

Best Photojournalism, 1989 World Hunger Media Awards, for "Children of Poverty," LIFE, September 1989



SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY

Story names in italic type represent published titles. Story names not in italic type represent series from Mary Ellen Mark's personal filing system.

Periodicals

American Photographer. Ronald H. Bailey, "Mary EllenMark's Poignant Scrapbook: Ward 81" (June 1978):44-56 (12 b&w).

American Photographer. Mary Ellen Mark, "Falkland Road: Struggling to Survive in Bombay'sRed-light District" (Apr. 1981): 60-68 (9 color).

American Photographer. David Markus, "Great Pages of 1985" (Mar. 1986): 51-63 (Ethiopia, 1color).

Arete. "Mary Ellen Mark" (Jan.-Feb. 1990): 66-73 (portfolio, 7 b&w).

Art in America. Pepe Karmel, "Photography" (Jan. 1982): 25 (review of Falkland Road).

Art in America. Robert Silberman, "News in Color" (Mar. 1988): 34-43 (traveling exhibition: "On theLine: The New Color Photojournalism," photos of Miami Beach; 2 color).

Artforum. Max Kozloff, "Meiselas, Mark, and Singh" (Nov. 1981): 175-184 (review of Falkland Roadand books by Meiselas and Singh, 1 b&w).

ARTnews. Margaret Moorman, "Mary Ellen Mark" (Apr. 1989): 152-153 (2 b&w).

Bomb. Allen Frame, "Mary Ellen Mark" (Summer 1989): 44-49 (6 b&w).

Border Crossings. "The Limits of Documentary" (Winter 1990): 21-23 (interview, 1 color).

Camera. Allen Porter, "A Way of Seeing: Configuration versus Transformation: Mapplethorpe,Meyerowitz, Mark" (Sept. 1977): 3-32 (New York City bars, 14 b&w).

Camera. Robert Haas, "Mary Ellen Mark" (June 1982):24-31, 57 (10 color).

Camera Arts. Gerald Perry, "Social Studies" (Dec. 1982): 8-16 (at the Maine PhotographicWorkshops, 1 b&w of Mark).

Camera Arts. Fred Ritchin, "Off Camera, On Film" (Mar. 1983): 50-59, 84-85 (publicity stills fromfilms, 11 b&w).

Chicago Tribune. Abigail Foerstner, "Portraits That Disturb Our Images of the Mentally Ill"(Nov.14, 1986): sec. 7, pp. 98, 106 (Ward 81, 2 b&w).

Close-Up. John Irving, "Amateur Wrestling: For Lovers Only" (Winter 1985): 64-77 (13 b&w).

Darkroom Photography. Janis Bultman, "Street Shooter" (Jan.-Feb. 1987): 18-25 (interview; 5b&w, 3 color).

Das Magazin (Germany). "Triumph des Willens" (Oct. 1989): 32-37 (Senior Olympics, 5 b&w).

Esquire. David Finkel, "One Point of Light" (Oct. 1989): 123-137 (family takes in homeless woman,3 b&w).

Esquire. "Those Guilded Moments" (June 1990): 134-139 (successful businesswomen, 3 b&w).

Evergreen. Tony Wolff, "Psychedelic Burlesque" (July 1968): 35-43 (22 b&w).

Focus: Santa Barbara. Uhlrich Keller. (Sept.-Oct. 1985):23-24, 42-45 (Santa Barbara Contemporary ArtsForum, 4 b&w).

Fortune. Myron Magnet, "America's Underclass: What to Do?" (May 11, 1987): 130-150 (problemsin urban underclass life, 10 b&w).

Fortune International. Myron Magnet, "America's Underclass: What to Do?" (May 11, 1987): 80-90(problems in urban underclass life, 10 b&w).

Foto (Scandinavia). Mikkel Aaland, "Mary Ellen Mark" (Feb. 1982): 43-49 (Ward 81, Appalachia,Streetwise, Indian Circus, and Falkland Road; 5 b&w, 2 color).

Foto Magazin (Germany). "Krishnas Gaukler" (Apr.1982): 90-98 (India, 8 color).

Geo. Mary Ellen Mark, "Sidewalk Sideshows" (Jan. 1981): 74-92 (New Delhi: training monkeys andbears, and Indian ways of life; 16 color).

Geo. Eric Lincoln, "Ladies and Gentlemen, Children of All Ages ... the Circus!" (Apr. 1982): 98-110(Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus, 12 color).

Globe Opera (France). Christian Cujolle, "Regard sur l'Opera" (Oct. 1988): 30-31, 62-71 (ParisOpera, 10 b&w).

II Fotografo (Italy). Giovanna Calvenzi, "Viaggio ai confin della morte" (Nov. 1983): 14-21 (MotherTeresa, 12 b&w).

Illustre. (France) "La vie commence a 14 ans" (May 1980): 34-38 (teenage mothers, 5 b&w).

The Independent Magazine (England). A. N. Wilson, "God's Leading Man" (May 27, 1989): 42-47(Billy Graham, 2 b&w).

The Independent Magazine (England). Peter Dunn, "The Spirit of St. Louis" (Aug. 1989): 32-39(Senior Olympics, 9 b&w).

India Today (India). Sunil Sethi, "Street of Tears and joy" (July 1-15, 1981): 56-63 (Falkland Road; 2b&w, 8 color).

Infinito Reportages (Italy). Mimmo Candito, "Per Quanto Ancora Vedremo Foto Come Queste?"(Apr. 1986): 73-87 (Ethiopia, 10 color).

Liberation (France). jean-Baptiste Harang, "Invites de Mark" (Aug. 3, 1988): 22-23 (at workshop inArles).

LIFE. Sara Davidson, "An 'Oppressed Majority' Demands Its Rights" (Dec. 12, 1970): 66-78(women's liberation, 8 b&w).

LIFE. Cheryl McCall, "The Young in Crime" (Fall 1977): 33-40 (special report on young criminals, 12b&w).

LIFE. Jim Watters, "The Private Apocalypse of Francis Coppola" (June 1979): 110-120 (publicitystills for Apocalypse Now; 1 b&w, 2 color).

LIFE. Harriet Heyman, "Teresa of the Slums" (July 1980): 54-65 (Mother Teresa, 13 b&w).

LIFE. Anne Fadiman, "Love in a Silent World" (Sept. 1982): 74-86 (Monika and Mike, a deaf couple;Gallaudet, a university for the deaf; 11 b&w).

LIFE. Cyndi Stivers, "Dustin as 'Tootsie"' (Sept. 1982): 55-59 (Dustin Hoffman, 12 color).

LIFE. Cheryl McCall, "Streets of the Lost" Uuly 1983): 34-42 (Streetwise, 19 b&w).

LIFE. Cheryl McCall, "Camp Good Times" (Sept. 1984): 32-40 (camp for children with cancer andother illnesses, 16 color).

LIFE. Cheryl McCall, "The Cruelest Crime" (Dec. 1984): 35-42 (sexual abuse of children, 13 b&w).

LIFE. Cheryl McCall, "Cry, the Pitiless Land" (May 1985): 125-134 (Ethiopia, 14 color).

LIFE. Anne Fadiman, "Benazir: Face to Face with theWoman Who Wants to Rule Pakistan" (Oct. 1986):50-58 (Benazir Bhutto, 6 color).

LIFE. Martha Fay, "Child of Silence" (Sept. 1987): 84-89 (autistic child, 8 b&w).

LIFE. Anne Fadiman, "A Week in the Life of a Homeless Family" (Dec. 1987): 30-38 (cover photo ofMeryl Streep, Homeless in America; cover, 7 b&w, 1 color).

LIFE. Mary Voboril, "The Castaways: Fears about AIDS Drive Three Boys from Home" (Oct. 1987):98-100 (three young brothers with AIDS, 4 b&w).

LIFE. Katherine Seligman, "City of Lost Boys" (June 1988): 72-78 (homeless children in Khartoum,Sudan; 10 b&w).

LIFE. Peter Meyer, "Children of Poverty" (Sept. 1989): 56-67 (10 b&w).

LIFE. Lou Ann Walker, "To Reach the UnreachableChild" (Oct. 1990): 88-98 (Perkins School for theBlind, 5 b&w).

LIFE. Anniversary Issue: 50 Years."Runaway Kids" (Fall 1986): 162, 247 (Streetwise, 3 b&w).

LIFE. Anniversary Issue: 150 Years of Photography: Pictures That Made a Difference. "A NewBreed" (Fall 1988): 146 (school for the blind in Kiev, 1 b&w).

Look (England). Betty Rollin, "Fellini: He ShootsDreams on Film" (Mar. 10, 1970): 48-53 (FedericoFellini, 18 color).

Look (England). Mary Simons, "What the English Are Doing about Heroin" (Apr. 7, 1970): 47-57 (7color).

Look (England). Henry Ehrlich, "They Hardly EverMake Passes at Glenda Jackson" (Dec. 29, 1970):36-39 (4 b&w).

Look (England). Betty Rollin, "George C. Scott:Nothing Ever Really Happens" (Apr. 20, 1971): 78-80(4 b&w).

Manchete (Brazil). "George C. Scott: 'Se depender de mim, este e o meu ultimo filme"' (Sept. 28,1975): 142-143, 145 (5 b&w).

Marie Claire (France). Frederique Drouin, "Sevices enfants" (Feb. 1986): 64, 66, 82 (sexual abuseof children, 6 b&w).

Modern Photography. Andy Grundberg, "Photojournalism: Mary Ellen Mark" (June 1980): 100-101(3 b&w).

Modern Photography Annual. "Mary Ellen Mark" (1974): (small portfolio, 5 b&w).

Ms. B. J. Phillips, "On Location with the W.A.C.S." (Nov. 1972): 53-63 (basic training, 34 b&w).

National Geographic. Elizabeth Moize, "Sydney's Changing Face" (Feb. 1988): 246-265 (Australianimmigrants, 13 b&w).

National Geographic. Paul R. and Anne H. Ehrlich, "Population, Plenty, and Poverty: Flight to theCities" (Dec. 1988): 934-937 (Brazil, 6 color).

New England Monthly. Adrian Nicole LeBlank, "You Wanna Die with Me?" (Dec. 1986): 76-83,109-111 (teenage suicide, 10 b&w).

The New Republic. Stanley Kauffmann, "Stanley Kauffmann on Films: Children in the Street"(1985): 22-23 (review of the film Streetwise).

The New York Times. Douglas C. McGill, "Women Rank High in Photojournalism" (Nov. 9, 1986): 76(India, 1 b&w).

The New York, Times. Andy Grundberg, "Photojournalism Lays Claim to the Realm of Esthetics"(Apr. 12, 1987): 29-30 (review of exhibitions "Contact: Photojouralism since Vietnam" and "On theLine: The New Color Photojournalism").

The New York Times Magazine. Tom Buckley, "The Day of the Locust" (June 2, 1974): 10-13, 50(Publicity stills for film; cover, 13 color).

The New York Times Magazine. Natalie Gittelsoii, "The Maturing of Woody Allen" (Apr. 22, 1979):30-32, 102-107 (cover, 1 b&w, 1 color).

The New York Times Magazine. Francis X. Clives, "Children of Desire" (Sept. 30, 1979): 36-43(Teen Baby, 12 b&w).

The New York Times Magazine. George Whitmore, "Reaching Out to Someone with AIDS" (May 19,1985): 68-71, 87-93 (3 b&w, 2 color).

The New York Times Magazine. Caryn James, "Auteur! Auteur! The Creative Mind of Woody Allen"(Jan. 19, 1986): 19-21 (cover, 2 color).

The New York Times Magazine. Esther Fein, "Turning Kids Off Drugs" (May 24, 1987): 27-32 (drugrehabilitation program called "Kids of Bergen County," 5 b&w).

The New York Times Magazine. Vicki Goldberg, "The Unflinching Eye" (June 12, 1987): 12-18, 20,57-58, 61 (cover photo of and article on Mark; 7 b&w, 3 color).

The New York Times Magazine, Ron Rosenbaum, "Too Young to Die?" (March 12, 1989): 32-35(death penalty; color cover, 3 b&w).

The New York Times Magazine. Mary Ellen Mark, "Victories of the Spirit" (Aug. 27, 1989): 28-31(Senior Olympics, 5 b&w).

New York Woman. Valerie Gladstone, "Mary Ellen Mark Shoots from the Heart" (Jan.-Feb. 1987):92-97 (7 b&w, 2 color).

New York Woman. Gail Collins, "Vicious Circle" (Apr. 1988): 81-85 (New York social workers, 5b&w).

New York Woman. Helen Benedict, "The PassionateMind" (Nov. 1988): 74-79 (Susan Sontag, 2 b&w).

Newlook. "Only in Miami: Don't Let the Coops Pass Me By" (Oct. 1985): 42-55 (Miami Beach, 16color).

Newsweek. Douglas Davis, "A Glimpse of Madness" (Jan. 23, 1978): 82 (Ward 81, 4 b&w).

Nieuwe Revu (Holland). Francis X. Clives, "Een baby uit verveling" (Apr. 4, 1980): 48-53 (teenagemarriage, 12 b&w).

Nieuwe Revu (Holland). Peter l'Ami, "Miami" (Feb. 1986): 14-21 (Miami Beach, 7 color).

Niewe Revu (Holland). Door Hennie Maatjes, "Een nieuwe golf immigration" (Sept. 1988): 32-37(Australian immigrants, 8 b&w).

Nieuwe Revu (Holland). "Ook dit is Dallas" (Aug, 1989): 20-25 (poverty in South Dallas, 8 b&w).

Observer (England). John Heilpern, "In Search of theMiraculous" (Sept. 18, 1977): 30-41 (director PeterBrooks in desert with actors; cover, 9 color).

Paris Match (France). Jack Garofalo, "Californie: C'est la follie" (Apr. 3, 1971): 44-59(countercultures in California; 18 b&w, 8 color).

Paris Match (France). jack Garofalo, "Sur la nouvelle route des Indes: Des enfants vagabonds"(Aug. 7, 1971): 33-43 (American hippies in India; 16 b&w, 9 color).

Paris Match (France). jack Garofalo, "Du chat etde la souris" (n.d.): (Psychedelic Burlesque; 2 b&w, 3 color).

Paris Match (France). "Les femmes en cage de Bombay" (Oct. 16, 1981): 3-16 (Falkland Road, 7b&w).

Paris Match (France). Willy Golberine, "Ethiopie la trop longue attente" (Aug. 2, 1985): 64-69(Ethiopia, 5 color).

The Pennsylvania Gazette. "When Alumni Come Back"Uuly 1964): 1-11 (alumni reunion; cover, 12 b&w).

The Pennsylvania Gazette. "Jazzy Time for '64" Uuly 1964): 30-31 (alumni reunion, 1 b&w).

The Pennsylvania Gazette. "Photographs by Mary EllenMark" (Jan.-Feb. 1971): 49-54 (5 b&w).

The Pennsylvania Gazette. Anthony A. Lyle, "'Here I Am"' (Mar. 1978): 2 (article on Mark, 1 b&w).

The Pennsylvania Gazette. "The Women on Ward 81" (Mar. 1978): 22-25 (cover, 14 b&w).

People. "Spirit: 1 1 Female Priests Defy the Church" (Aug. 12, 1974): 54-55 (5 b&w).

People. Jim Shepherd, "India's Modish Maharani Survives Even Armed Robbery in Style" (Feb. 24,1975): 12-15 (the Maharani Gayatri Devi of Jaipur, 5 b&w).

Photo (France). jean-Jacques Naudet, "Pavillon interdit" (June 1977): 102-111, 129 (Ward 81, 16b&w).

Photo (France). "Les refugies du comtoir" (Apr. 1978): 46-53, 91 (women and men in bars, 9 b&w).

Photo (France). "Jeux Indiens du cirque" (Aug. 1980): 68-75 (Indian Circus, 9 b&w).

Photo (France). "Les bouges de Bombay" (Oct. 1981): 68-81, 132, 134 (Falkland Road, 7 color).

Photo (France). "Miami Beach" (Aug. 1983): 56-69, 90 (retirement in Miami, 16 color).

Photo (France). "Les enfants fuguers: Partis sans laisser d'addresse" (Sept. 1983): 34-39(Streetwise, 1 1 b&w).

Photo (France). "Mary Ellen Mark" (Dec. 1986): 110-115 (Ethiopia and Mother Teresa, 10 b&w).

Photo District News. Richard Hertzberg, "Archive Pictures' Unity in Diversity" (Nov. 1986): 68-70(the Archive agency and the five photographers who started it, 1 b&w).

Photo Japon (Japan). "Bombay Falkland Road" (Oct. 1984): 79-91 (Falkland Road, 8 color).

Photo Vision (Olympus). "One Moment of the World" (June 24, 1984): 18-19 (Camp Good Times, 2color).

Photographer's Forum. Elizabeth LaBar, "Interview: Conversation with Mary Ellen Mark"(Feb.-Mar. 1980): 5-12 (Teen Baby, Ward 81, and Bombay; 3 b&w).

The Professional Photographer. "Documenting Mankind" (July 1986): 26-27 (about Mark andStreetwise, 3 b&w).

The Rangefinder. Michelle Borge, "Manuevering Art, journalism in Images" (Feb. 1990): 32-36 (5b&w, 2 color).

Revista Geografica Universal (Brazil). "Os artistas de Rua das Cidades da India" (May 1982):41-51 (sidewalk sideshows, 16 b&w).

Rolling Stone. Bob Spitz, "The New Spain" (June 6, 1985): 33-34, 38, 40, 42, 69 (7 b&w).

Rolling Stone. Chris Hodenfield, "Brando: The Method of His Madness" (May 20, 1976): 34-39(cover, 2 b&w).

Rolling Stone. Jackie Mason, "Hail, Caesars!" (Nov. 3, 1988: 83-87 (Caesars Palace Hotel, 7 b&w).

SF Camerawork. Jeffery Hantover, "CollaborativeSpirit: The Making of Streetwise" (Fall 1985): 10-12(3 b&w).

Shagaku (Japan). "India: Falkland Road, Bombay" (1982): 646-663 (Falkland Road, 10 color).

Smithsonian. Veenu Sandal, "India's Traditional Folk Artists Fight for a Place in the Future" (June1985): 44-53 (Indian Circus, 11 color).

Stern (Germany). Paula Almquist, "South East Asian Women" (Apr. 30, 1981): 164-180 (Thailand,10 color).

Stern (Germany). Eva Windmoller, "Die Madchen von der Falkland Road" (Sept. 3, 1981): 34-54(Falkland Road, 13 color).

Stern (Germany). Eva Windmoller, "Wohin miit den Alten" (Mar. 1984): 40-53 (Miami Beach, 11color).

Stern (Germany). Eva Windmoller. "Fremde im eigenen Land" (Sept. 29, 1988): 42-61 (Blacks inAmerica, 14 b&w).

Stern (Germany). Eva Windmoller, "Fremde in eigenen Land" (Oct. 6, 1988): 84-96 (Blacks inAmerica, 3 b&w).

Stern (Germany). Eva Windmoller, "Fremde im eigenen Land" (Oct. 13, 1988): 130-142 (Blacks illAmerica, 3 b&w).

Stern (Germany). Karen Weber, "Das Leben, dieses Flittchen" (Oct. 12, 1989): 266 (portrait ofauthor Toni Morrison, 1 b&w).

The Sunday Times Magazine (England). Valerie Wade, "The Day of the Extra" (May 25, 1975):28-32 (publicity stills for The Day of the Locust, 23 color).

The Sunday Times Magazine (England). Ian Jack, "The Life of a Bombay Cage Girl" (May 24, 1981):30-35 (Falkland Road; cover, 14 color).

The Sunday Times Magazine (England). Peter Goodwin, "Whose Kith and Kin Now?" (Mar. 25,1984): 26-37 (Zimbabwe; cover, 15 color).

The Sunday Times Magazine (England). Simon Winchester, "The Loose Brick in the Wall" (Dec. 1,1985): 27-32 (Philippines; cover, 12 color).

The Sunday Times Magazine (England). Mike Bygrave, "On the Streets Where They Live" (Jan.1986): 20-28 (Streetwise; cover, 7 b&w, 1 color).

The Sunday Times Magazine (England). Simon Winchester, "The Fuhrer's Ghost" (Sept. 14, 1986):36-41 (Aryan Nations Congress at Hayden Lake,Idaho; 9 b&w).

The Sunday Times Magazine (England). Simon Winchester, "Exit Hong Kong" (Oct. 19, 1986):28-38 (Hong Kong's fear of Communist China; cover, 3 b&w, 11 color).

The Sunday Times Magazine (England). Mike Bygrave, "The Short Stardom of a Child Prostitute"(Feb. 2, 1986): 26-29 ("Tiny" of Streetwise; color cover, 5 b&w, 3 color).

The Sunday Times Magazine (England). Marjorie Wallace, "Hope for the Shadow Children" (Mar.13, 1988): 20-30 (school for autistic children, 8 b&w).

Taj (India). "Sidewalk Sideshows" (Apr.-June 1981): 2-12 (8 color).

Tempo (Germany). Tom Kummer, "Muttis Kampf manschinen" (Aug. 1989): 54-62 (IronkidsTriathlon, 7 b&w).



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Publisher: A Bullfinch Press Book Little Brown & Company in association with the International Museum of Photography at George Eastman House and with the support of the Professional Photography Division, Eastman Kodak Company

Published: 1991.

Photographs Copyright © 1991 by Mary Ellen Mark

Text Copyright © 1991 by the International Museum of Photography at George Eastman House Mary Ellen Mark's remarks about Ward 81 (notes 8 and 9) from Ronald H. Bailey, "Mary Ellen Mark's Poignant Scrapbook: Ward 81," American Photography 1, no. 1 (June 1978): 48, reprinted courtesy of American Photo, a wholly owned subsidiary of Hachette Publishing Inc.