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Abbott, Berenice, , , ,

Abel, Lionel,

Abrahams, Billy,

Abstract Expressionism, ,

Adams, Ansel, , n.

Adelman, Bob, ,

Adler, Felix,

Adler, Renata,

Agee, James, ,

Aisen, Kathy,

Albers, Joseph,

Alberto Alberta,

Alice in Wonderland (Carroll), , ,

Amazing Randi, ,

American Legion,

Americans, The (Frank), , , ,

American Society of Magazine Photographers, ,

Amram, David,

Andrews, Mary Ellen, ,

Angleton, James,

Ansel, Ruth, , , , , ,

Antonio, Emile de, , , , , , , , , , , ,

Antupit, Sam, ,

Aperture, ,

Apollo Theater, , ,

Arbus, Allan, , , , ; acting career of, , , ; in acting class, ; clarinet playing by, , , , , , , , ; continues to support Diane after separation, , , ; at Diane’s funeral, ; dreams of becoming an actor, , , , ; as fashion photographer, see Arbus studio; marriage of Diane and, see Arbus, Diane; marriage of Mariclare Costello and, , , ; meets Benny Goodman, ; in mime class, , ; moves to California, ; painting of, by Diane, , ; in photographers’ unit, in World War II, , ; photographic technique of, , ; photographs of Diane by, , , ; in Pull My Daisy,

Arbus, Amy: birth of, ; childhood of, , , , , , , , , , , ; in Jamaica, , ; as photographer, ; photographs of, , , , ; teen-age years of, , , , , , , ,

Arbus, Bertha, , ,

Arbus, Diane

CHILDHOOD AND ADOLESCENCE artistic talent, , , , , , , , ; birth, ; depressions, , ; dress and appearance, ; education, , , , , , , , ; favorite books, , , ; fearfulness, , , ; feelings of separateness, , ; French nanny, , , , , , ; friendship with Phyllis Carton, see Carton, Phyllis; friendships and cliques, , , , , ; homes and family life, , , , ; as “Jewish princess,” ; in love with Allan Arbus, , , , ; relationship with brother, , , , , , ; relationship with Alex Eliot, , , , ; relationship with father, , , , , , ; relationship with mother, , , , , , , ; relationship with sister, , ; Russeks, family involvement with, , , , ; sense of unreality, , , ; sexuality, , ; summer experiences, , , , ; teen-age autobiography, , , , , , ; wedding,

MARRIED LIFE apartments and studios, , , , , , ; daughter (Amy), birth of, ; daughter (Doon), birth and infancy of, , , ; daughters (Doon and Amy), relationship with, , , , ; depressions, , , , , ; dress and appearance, , , ; family income, , , , , ; friendship with Tina Fredericks, see Fredericks, Tina; friendship with Cheech McKensie, see McKensie, Cheech; goddaughter, see Eliot, May; homemaking, attitude toward, , , , , , ; interest in art and literature, , , ; interest in writing, , ; lack of self-confidence, ; living arrangements during World War II, ; marital relationship, , , , , , ; Nemerov family gatherings, , , , ; parties and social activities, , , , , , , ; relationship with brother, see Nemerov, Howard; relationship with Alex and Anne Eliot, , , , , , , ; relationship with Alex and Jane Eliot, , , , , , , ; relationship with father, , , , ; relationship with mother, , , , , , ; relationship with sister, , , , , , ; sexuality, , , ; summer homes, , , , ; travels in Europe,

PERSONAL LIFE, AFTER 1959 apartment at Charles Street, ; apartment at East 10th Street, ; apartment at Westbeth, , , ; danger and risk-taking, attitude toward, , ; daughters (Doon and Amy), relationship with, , , , , , , , , ; depressions, , , , , , , , , ; dress and appearance, , , , , ; estrangement and separation from Allan Arbus, , , , , ; fears, overcoming of, , , ; forty-fifth birthday, ; friendship with Richard Avedon, see Avedon, Richard; friendship with Marvin Israel, see Israel, Marvin; friendship with Lisette Model, see Model, Lisette; illness (hepatitis), , , , , ; increasing loneliness, ; interest in literature, , , , ; interest in sexual role changes and pornography, ; love of flying, ; memories of childhood, , ; money problems, , , , ; photographs taken of, , , , , , ; relationship with Allan, after separation, , , , , , , , , ; relationship with brother, see Nemerov, Howard; relationship with Alex and Jane Eliot, , , , , ; relationship with father, , ; relationship with mother, , , , , , , ; relationship with sister, , , , ; sexual relationships, , , , ; suicide, attitude toward, , , , ; telephone conversations with friends, , , ; Terkel interview, ; therapy, for depression, , , ,

PHOTOGRAPHY CAREER achievement award, ; association with Robert Frank and Louis Faurer, , , ; attitude toward earning money, , , , , ; camera worn at all times, , , ; cameras, , , , , , , ; collaboration with Allan Arbus in fashion photography, see Arbus studio; cross-country bus trip, ; darkroom development, , , , , , ; dislike of fashion business, , , ; distinctive qualities of photographic work, , , ; early student photographs, ; exploring “forbidden” subject matter, , , ; gallery exhibits, , , , ; Guggenheim projects, , , , ; influence on photographers, , , ; interest in history of photography, , ; interest in news photography, , , ; interest in painting, , ; lack of self-confidence, ; lectures, ; London trip for Nova, ; magazine assignments, , , , , ; museum exhibits, see Museum of Modern Art; museum exhibits, public reaction to, , ; relationship with photographic subjects, , , , ; reputation with magazine art directors, ; reputation as “photographer of freaks,” , ; teachers (Abbott, Brodovitch, Model), , , ; teaching and students, , , , , , , ; technical effects, , , , ; technique imitated, , ; unpublished portfolio of prints, ; as woman photographer, ,

Arbus, Doon: birth of, , , ; childhood of, , , , , , , , , , ; Anthony Perkins and, ; photographs of, , ; teen-age life of, , , , , , , , , ; work and independent life of, n., , , , , , , , , , ,

Arbus, Edith,

Arbus, Harry, ,

Arbus, Lureen,

Arbus, Rose Goldberg,

Arbus studio (partnership of Allan and Diane), , , , , , , ; continued after partnership ends, , , , ; Diane as stylist, , ; East 63rd Street studio, ; East 72nd Street studio, ; Greenwich Village studio, ,

Arnold, Eve,

Art Forum,

Astaire, Fred,

Atkinson, Ti Grace,

Atlantic City,

Auden, W. H., ,

Avedon, Richard, , , , , ; Doon Arbus and, , ; books by, ; exhibits of work by, ; friendship of Diane Arbus and, , , , , , , , , , , , , , ; at funeral, ; Hiro and, , , ; Marvin Israel and, , , ; Lisette Model and, ; at museum shows, , ; owns Arbus portfolio, n.; photographs of Viva by, , ; projects trip to Vietnam, ; seminars of, ; successful financially, ,

Baden, Dr. Michael,

bag ladies,

Bailey, F. Lee,

Baldwin, James,

Balzac, Honoré de,

Barr, Alfred,

Bassman, Lillian,

Beard, Peter,

Beck, Julian, ,

Belit, Ben,

Bellamy, Richard, , , ,

Bellevue, ,

Bellocq, E.J., n.,

Bellow, Saul,

Bennington College, ,

Benton, Robert, , , , , ;

Benton, Sally, ,

Berg, Nancy,

Bergdorf Goodman, ,

Berlin, Richard,

Bernikow, Louise,

Bernstein, Leonard,

Berryman, John,

Black, Algernon, ,

Blake, William,

Blesh, Rudi,

blind people, , ,

Bloomgarden, Kermit,

Blumenfeld, Erwin,

bondage houses,

Bonwit Teller, , , , ,

Borges, Jorge Luis, , ,

Boshung, Polly, ,

Bourke-White, Margaret, , ,

Brady, Mathew, ,

Brandt, Bill, , ,

Brassai, Gyula Halasz, , n., , , ,

Brockman, Susan,

Broday, Shelley,

Brodovitch, Alexey, , , , ,

Brown, Barbara, ,

Brown, James,

Brown, Robert, , ,

Brown, Spencer,

Browning, Tod,

Brownmiller, Susan,

Bruhn, Erik,

Bunnell, Peter, n., ,

Burke, Kenneth, ,

Burroughs, William, ,

Bush, Marcie,

Cage, John,

Calisher, Hortense,

Callahan, Sean,

Calley, John, ,

Calvin Klein advertisements, ,

cameras, , , , , , ,

Cameron, Julia, ,

Camp Arden,

Campbell, Winnie, ,

Canfield, Cass,

Capa, Cornell, ,

Capa, Robert, n.

Capote, Truman, , , , n.

Carmel, Eddie, , ,

Carmichael, Stokely,

Carroll, Lewis,

Cartier-Bresson, Henri, , , n., , , ,

Carton, Phyllis, , , , , , , , ; adventures of Diane and, , ; cards sent to, ,

Cather, Willa,

Cato, Bob, , ,

Céline,

Central Park, ; Diane Arbus’ childhood memories of, , , , , , , ; Diane’s children in, , , ; 1960s events in, , , ; photographs taken in, , , , , , , ,

Cerf, Bennett,

Chaplin, Charlie,

Cheever, John,

Chekhov, Anton, ,

Chicago riots (1968), ,

children, photographs of, , , , , , ,

Children in Photography,

Christ, Miss,

Christie, Julie,

Circle in the Square,

circus photographs,

Clarke, Shirley, ,

Cleage, Albert,

Cleaver, Diane,

Cocksucker Blues,

Cohen, Marvin, ,

Colliers,

Columbo, Joe,

Condé Nast, , , , , ,

Coney Island, , , , , , , , ,

Congo the Jungle Creep, ,

Cook, Ethel, ,

Cooper, Anderson Hays,

Cooper Union,

Corcoran Gallery,

Cornell, Joseph,

Cosmos,

Costello, Mariclare, , , , ,

Crawford, Joan, ,

Crookston, Peter, , , , ; correspondence with, , , , , , , ,

Cubism, ,

Cummings, Nate, ,

Cummington School of the Arts, ,

Cunningham, Imogen,

Cunningham, Merce,

Dahl-Wolf, Louise, , ,

Dali, Salvador, ,

Dalton School,

D’Amico, Victor, , , , , , ,

Dane, Bill,

DAR, ,

Davidson, Bruce, , , , ,

Davies, Bevan,

Davis, Bette,

Day, Doris,

Deal, N.J.,

DeCarava, Roy,

Decroux, Etienne,

de Kooning, Elaine,

de Kooning, Willem, , , , , ,

De Larverie, Stormé, , ,

Denhoff, Miki,

Deren, Maya, ,

de Rochemont, Louis,

Dewhurst, Colleen,

Dial Press,

Dick, Anne, see Eliot, Anne Dick

Dick, Evans, ; estate of,

Dick, Liberty, , ,

Dickey, James, ,

Dickinson, Emily,

Dickinson, Flora Kriapp,

Dick’s Folly,

Dine, Jim, ,

Dinesen, Isak, ,

Dom,

Dorso, Betty, ,

Dovima,

Downey, Robert,

Dracula, Jack, ,

drag queens, photographs of,

Drexler, Rosalyn,

Dundy, Elaine,

dwarfs and giant, photographs of,

Eberstadt, Ferdinand,

Eberstadt, Frederick, , , , , , , ,

Eberstadt, Isabel, , ,

Eberstadt, Nena,

Eberstadt, Nick,

eccentrics, ,

Edkins, Diana,

Edwards, Owen, ,

Eisenhower, Dwight D., , ,

Eisenman, Alvin,

Eisenman, Hope,

Eisenstaedt, Alfred, ,

Eliot, Alexander, ; married to Anne Dick, , , , , , , , , , , , , -5, ; Howard Nemerov and, , , ; remarried to Jane Winslow, , , , , , ; reviews David Nemerov’s paintings, ; travels on Guggenheim project, , , , ,

Eliot, Anne Dick, , , , , , , ,

Eliot, Charles W.,

Eliot, Jane Winslow, , , , , , , , , , ; Arbus photographs of, ,

Eliot, May, , ; Diane Arbus as godmother to, , , , , , , , , ; in later years, , , , ,

Eliot, Sam, Jr., , ,

Eliot, T. S., ,

Elkin, Stanley,

Ellis, Anita,

Empire State Building,

Erwitt, Elliott, , n.

Esquire, , , , , , ; Arbus photographs for, , , , , , , ,

Essence,

Ethical Culture, ; School, , , , ; settlement house,

Eutemay, Loring, ,

Eva (Nemerov family cook), ,

Evans, Isabelle, ,

Evans, Walker, , , , , , ; Diane Arbus and, , , , , , , , ,

Evslin, Dorothy, , , , , , ,

“Exasperated Boy with Toy Hand Grenade,” , ,

“Family Album,” ,

“Family of Man, The,” , ,

Farrow, Mia, ,

fashion photography, postwar,

Faurer, Louis, , , , n., , ,

Fay, Irene, , ,

Federigo, or the Power of Love (Nemerov),

Feeley, Paul,

Feiden, Margot,

Feitler, Bea, , , , , , , , , , ; has received private Arbus’ work, , n.

Felker, Clay, , , , , ,

Fellini, Federico,

feminist movement,

Fernandez, Ben, , , ,

Ferrara, Eugene,

Fieldston School, , , , , , ; Diane Arbus’ senior year at, ; Diane’s sister at,

Fingerhood, Shirley, , , , , ,

Fink, Abby,

Fink, Larry, ,

Fischer, Carl,

Fisher, Stanley,

Fizdale, Bobby,

Flannigan, Michael,

Flatland,

Flaubert, Gustave,

Fonda, Henry,

Fonda, Jane,

Fonssagrives, Ferdinand,

Ford, Eileen,

Forscher, Marty,

Forst, Barbara, , , , ,

Forst, Miles, , ,

Fortune, , ,

Fox, I. F., ,

Frank, Andrea,

Frank, Mary, , , , , , , , , ,

Frank, Pablo,

Frank, Robert, , , , , , , ; Diane Arbus and, , , , , , , , , ; Evans and, , ; films by, , ; photograph of,

Frank, Stephen,

Frankenthaler, Helen,

Frazier, Brenda,

Frazier, Katherine, ,

freaks, , , , , ,

Freaks (movie), ,

Fredericks, Devon,

Fredericks, Rick, , , , , ,

Fredericks, Tina, ; at Glamour, , , , , , , , , , , , , , ; at Ladies’ Home Journal, , , , ; on Long Island, , , , , ,

Freed, Arthur,

Freed, Judy,

Freedman, Jill,

Friedan, Betty,

Friedlander, Lee, , , , , , ,

Frissell, Toni,

Frost, Robert, ,

“Full Circle, The,”

Furioso, ,

Gangler’s,

Garland, Judy,

Garth, Dave,

Garth, Heije,

Gass, William,

Gatch, Dr. Donald E.,

Gee, Helen, n.

Geldzahler, Henry, ,

Geller, Uri,

General Electric Co.,

Gibson, Ralph,

Gill, Frances, , , ,

Gill, Leslie,

Gillison, David,

Gimbel’s,

Gingrich, Arnold,

Ginsberg, Allen, , , , , ,

“Girl in the Watch Plaid Cap,”

Gish, Dorothy and Lillian, ,

Glamour, , , , , , , , ; interview in,

Glaser, Milton,

Glazer, Alice,

Gold, Arthur,

Gold, Jay, , ,

Goldberg, Jenny,

Goldberg, Rose,

Goldman, Connie,

Goldsmith, Barbara, , , ,

Goodman, Andrew, , ,

Goodman, Benny, ,

Gorman, Cliff,

Gossage, John, , , , , , ,

Gottlieb, Mort,

Gould, Joe,

Goya, Francisco de,

Graham, Susan,

Grant’s,

Graves, Robert,

Greaser’s Palace,

Greco, El, , ,

Greene, Milton,

Greenfield, Pati,

Green Gallery, ,

Greer, Germaine,

Gregory, Walter,

Greyhound Bus Company,

Grimes, Tammy,

Grossman, Nancy, , , , ,

Grosz, George,

Gruen, John, ,

Gunn, Thom,

Gutman, Walter,

Hall, Kenneth,

Hall-Duncan, Nancy,

Halma, Harold,

Halsman, Philippe, ,

Hampshire College, ,

Hansa gallery,

Happenings, ,

Harnett, Sunny,

Harper’s, and n.

Harpers Bazaar, , , , , , , , , ; Arbus photographs in, , , , , , , , , , , , , ; assignments for, , , , ; Avedon’s assignments for, , , ; Munkacsi in,

Harriman, Averell,

Harrington, Michael,

Hart, Cathy,

Hartigan, Grace, ,

Hartwell, T., , ,

Harvard University, , ,

Haven, Mark, , ,

Hayden, Tom,

Hayes, Harold, , , , , , , , , , ,

Healy, Fran,

Heckler, Leroy, ,

Hemingway, Ernest,

Henri Bendel, , , , ,

Henry, Buck,

Hepburn, Katharine,

Hess, Tom,

Hesse, Eve,

Heyman, Ken,

Hill, Pati, , , , , , , , ; novel by,

Himmel, Paul,

Hine, Lewis, ,

Hiro, , , , , ,

Hitler, Adolf, ,

Hoffman, Abby, ,

Holiday,

Hollywood, ,

Homecoming Game, The (Nemerov), ,

Homer,

Hopps, Walter,

Horowitz, Philip,

Horst, Horst P.,

Howell, Chauncey,

Hubert’s Freak Museum, , , ,

Hudson Guild Farm,

Hughes, Dell,

Hughes, Jim,

Hughes, Langston,

Hughes, Robert,

Hujar, Peter,

Hutsinger, Paula,

Hyman, Dick,

Hyman, Stanley Edgar, , , ,

I. J. Fox, ,

Image and the Law, The (Nemerov),

Impelliteri, Vincent,

Impressionism,

Infinity, ,

Ingrid Superstar,

International Center of Photography,

International Housing Show,

Isles, Jill,

Israel, Margie, , , ,

Israel, Marvin, , , n.; as Art Director of Harper’s Bazaar, , , ; assists Arbus’ career, , , , , , , , , , , , , ; Avedon and, , , , , , , ; Diane’s dependence on, , , , , , ; Diane’s depression and, , , , ; finds Diane dead, ; hears Diane’s stories, , ; Lisette Model and, ; at museum exhibits, , ; photograph of, ; sculpture by,

Jackson, Shirley,

Jacobs, Jane,

Jamaica,

James, Charles,

James, Henry,

Janis, Sidney,

Javits, Marian,

Jay, Bill, ,

Jay Thorpe,

Jeffers, Robinson,

Jelke, Mickey,

“Jewish Giant” (Eddie Carmel), , ,

John Robert Powers agency,

Johns, Jasper, , , , n.

Johnson, Buffie,

Jonestown massacre,

Joplin, Janis,

Journal of the Fictive Life (Nemerov),

Joyce, James, , ,

Judy Bond Inc.,

jugglers, photographs of,

Jules et Jim,

Jung, Carl Gustav,

J. Walter Thompson Co.,

Kafka, Franz, , , ,

Kandinsky, Wassily,

Kane, Art, , , ,

Kanelos, Laura,

Keller, Helen,

Kelly, Roz,

Kennedy, Ethel,

Kennedy, Jacqueline,

Kennedy, John F., , , ,

Keristas,

Kerouac, Jack, , ,

Kerr, Joel,

Kertesz, Elizabeth, ,

Khrushchev, Nikita,

King, Coretta,

King, Martin Luther, ,

Kinski, Nastassia,

Kirstein, Lincoln,

Kline, Franz,

Kornblee, Jill,

Kosloff, Max,

Kramer, Hilton,

Krim, Seymour,

Kronhausen, Eberhard and Phyllis,

Kubrick, Stanley, ,

Kummel, Jess,

Ladies Home Journal, ,

Laing, R. R.,

Lamb, Barbara,

Lambert, Eleanor,

Lamkin, Marguerite,

Landars, Max Maxwell,

Lange, Dorothea, , , ,

Lartigue, Jacques Henri,

Laurence, Steve,

Lax, Bob,

Lee, Sondra,

Leigh, Dorian, ,

Leiter, Saul, ,

Lenrow, Elbert, , , , , , ,

LeShan, Eda, ,

Leslie, Alfred,

Leslie, Esta,

Levant, Oscar,

Levitt, Helen, ,

Levitt, Robert,

Levy, Alan,

Lewis, John L.,

Liberman, Alexander, ,

Lichtenstein, Ben, , , , , , , , ; gives camera to Diane,

Liebling, Jerome, , n.,

Life, , , , , , , ,

Limelight Café, ,

Lindner, Richard, ,

Linquist, Roy,

Living Theatre, ,

Lloyd, Kate,

Loew, Arthur,

London Sunday Times, , , , , , , ,

Look, , , , , ,

“love objects,” photographs of, , n.

Lowell, Robert, , , ,

Lower East Side, , ,

Lucas, Charlie,

Luna, Donyale,

Lunn, Harry,

Lyman, Mel,

Lynes, George Piatt,

Lyon, Danny,

Lyons, Leonard,

MacGraw, Ali,

Machado, China, ,

Mack, William,

MacLeish, Archibald, ,

Macy’s, ,

Madame Tussaud’s wax museum, ,

magazine photography,

Magid, Marion,

Magnum Photos Inc.,

Mailer, Norman, , , , , ; photographs of, ,

Malamud, Bernard, , ,

Malina, Judith, ,

“Mamselle” (French nanny), , , , , ,

Manashaw, Jerry,

“Man in Hair Curlers,” ,

Mansfield, Irving,

Mansfield, Jayne, ,

Manship, Paul,

Manson, Charles,

Mantell, Suzanne, ,

Mark Cross,

Marlborough Gallery,

Marlowe, Mickey,

Martha’s Vineyard,

Martin, Mary,

Marx, Richard, , ,

Matisse, Henri, , ,

Maugham, Somerset, ,

Max’s Kansas City, ,

Maxwell House advertisements,

Mayer, Grace, ,

McCall’s,

McCardell, Claire,

McCarlson, Carole,

McCarthy, Eugene,

McCarthy, Joseph,

McCombe, Leonard,

McConathy, Dale, , ,

McCullers, Carson,

McDarrah, Fred,

McKensie, Cheech (pseudonym), , , , , , , , , , , , , , ; marriage of, ; photograph of, ; present from Diane to, ; telephone call to,

McWeeney, Alen,

Me and My Brother, ,

Melodramatists, The (Nemerov),

Merrill, Helen,

Meservey, Bob, , , , , , , , , ; quoted,

Metropolitan Museum of Art, ,

Meyerowitz, Joel, , ,

midgets, , , , , ,

Mifune, Toshiro,

Miller, Arthur, ,

Miller, I., ,

Miller, Jerry,

Miller, May, , ,

Miller, Meurice, , ,

Miller, Robert, gallery,

Miller, Wayne,

Millett, Kate,

Mingus, Charlie,

Minneapolis Institute of Art,

Mitchell, Joseph, , , , , , ,

Model, Evsa, , , ,

Model, Lisette, , , , , , , ; relationship between Diane and, , , ; as teacher, , , , , ,

Monroe, Marilyn, , , ,

Moondog, , ,

Moore, Marianne, ,

Moorman, Charlotte,

Morath, Inge,

Morgan, Joan,

Morgan, K. T.,

Morgan, Thomas P., , , , , , ,

Morris, Alice, ,

Morse, Tiger, , ,

Mortenson, Judith,

Ms. Magazine, ,

Munkacsi, Martin, ,

Museum of Modern Art, , , , , , , , , , ; Arbus photographs in “New Documents” (1967), , , , , , ; Arbus photographs in “Recent Acquisitions” (1965), ; Arbus retrospective exhibit (1972), , ; “Family of Man” (1955), , , ; Model’s photographs, , ,

Museum of the City of New York,

Mydans, Carl,

Nabokov, Vladimir, ,

Narahara, Ikko,

National Enquirer,

Nazi Party, in Yorkville,

Neel, Alice, ,

Neikrug, Marge,

Nelson, Ozzie and Harriet, ,

Nemerov, Bessie,

Nemerov, David, ; attends Paris collections, , , , ; career of, at Russeks, , , , , , , , , , , , ; death of, , ; Diane’s recollections of, ; family life of (1930-1940), , , , , , , , , , ; family life of , , , , , , , , , , , , , ; involved in scandal, ; as a painter, , , , , ; retirement of, ,

Nemerov, David (son of Howard),

Nemerov, Fanny, , , , ,

Nemerov, Gertrude Russek, , ; children of, , , ; depression of, , ; family life of, during 1920s and 1930s, , , , , , , , ; family life of, after Diane’s marriage, , , , , , , , , ; family relationships of, in later years, , , , , , , , , ,

Nemerov, Harold,

Nemerov, Howard, ; childhood and adolescence of, , , , , , ; depressions of, , , , ; education of, , , , ; father’s expectations of, , , , , , ; friendship of John Pauker and, , , , ; at Harvard, , , , , ; Jewishness of, , ; Lowell and, ; marriage and family life of, , , , , , , , , ; military service, in World War II, , , , ; novels by, , , , , , ; poetry of, , , , , , , , , ; relationship with Diane, in adult life, , , , , , , ; relationship with Diane, after father’s death, , , , , , , , , , , ; relationship with father, in later years, , , , , , ; teaching career of, , , , , ; Terkel and, ; wins Pulitzer Prize, ; writing career of, , , , , ,

Nemerov, Joe, ,

Nemerov, Meyer, , , ,

Nemerov, Peggy Russell, , , , , , , , , , Nemerov, Renée, see Sparkia, Renée Nemerov

Nemerov, Willy, ,

Nemerov family: photographs of, , , , , , , ; at Russeks, , , , , , , ,

“New Documents,” see Museum of Modern Art

Newhall, Beaumont,

New Jersey,

Newman, David, , ,

Newman, Paul,

New School for Social Research, ,

229, , ,

Newsweek, , ; interview in, , , ; photographs for,

New York Daily News, n., , ,

New Yorker, ,

New York Herald Tribune,

New York magazine, , , , ; Viva photographs in, ,

New York Times, , , , , , , , , ; Magazine, , , n.,

Nichols, Mike,

Niepce, Joseph,

Nixon, Tricia,

Noland, Ken,

Nova,

nudists, , , ,

Nugget,

Nureyev, Rudi,

Ober, Bill, , ,

O’Keeffe, Georgia,

Oldenburg, Claes,

Olga, the bearded lady, ,

Opi,

Oppenheimer, Robert,

orgies, photographs of, , ,

Orkin, Ruth, ,

Orlovsky, Peter, ,

Orsini, Armando,

Oswald, Mrs., mother of Lee Harvey,

Owett, Bud,

Page, Géraldine,

painting and painters, ,

Palm Beach Art Institute,

Paolozzi, Countess Christina,

Papageorge, Tod,

Park, Clara, ,

Parker, Dorothy,

Parker, Frank, ,

Parker, Suzy,

Parks, Gordon, n.

Parnis, Mollie,

Parsons, Estelle,

Parsons School of Design, ,

Patino, Mrs. Dagmar,

Pauker, Edmond,

Pauker, John, , , , , ,

peace march (1962),

Pearson, Sybille,

Peck, Seymour,

Penn, Irving, , , , , ,

Perelman, Sid,

Perkins, Anthony, , ,

Peterson, Gus,

Peterson, Pat, , and n., , ,

Philips, Renée, ,

photographers: in Brodovitch workshop, ; fashion, ; at Limelight Café, ; magazine outlets for, ; in 1950s, , ; in 1960s, , , ; women,

Photography Club of America,

photojournalism, in 1950s,

Photo League,

Picasso, Pablo, ,

Picture Newspaper,

Pinter, Harold,

Plisetskaya, Maya,

Plummer, Christopher,

Poindexter, Basha,

Point of Order, ,

Polk, Brigid,

Pollock, Jackson, ,

Pop Art, , , ,

pornography, , ,

Potato Chip Manzini,

Pound, Ezra, , ,

Power, Tyrone,

“Pratt, Cora” (Polly Boshung), ,

Presley, Elvis, ,

Presto the Fire Eater, , , ,

Primus, Pearl,

Prince Robert de Rohan Courteney,

Pritzcy brothers, ,

Proust, Marcel, ,

Pull My Daisy, ,

Putnam, John, , , , , , , , ,

Quat, Helen, , ,

Radkai, George, , ,

Radkai, Karen,

Rahv, Philip, ,

Rand, Michael,

Ratoucheff, Gregory,

Rauschenberg, Robert, ,

Rawlings, John,

Ray, Ann, ,

Ray, James Earl,

Reeves, Richard,

Rendigs, Sally,

RenRoy studios,

Resika, Paul, ,

Resnick, Milton;

Reynolds, Charlie, ,

retardates, , , , ,

Rhode Island School of Design,

Ridgeway Press,

Rilke, Rainer Maria,

Rivers, Larry, , , ,

Robards, Jason,

Robert Miller gallery,

Rockill, Monti,

Rolling Stones, ,

Roosevelt, Eleanor,

Rosenberg, Harold, ,

Rosenbloom, Naomi, , , ,

Rosenfield, Hilda Belle, , , ,

Rosenquist, James,

Rostova, Mira, ,

Rothko, Mark,

Rubinstein, Eva, ,

Rubinstein, Helena,

Rukeyser, Muriel,

Russek, Frank, , , , , , , , funeral of,

Russek, Gertrude, see Nemerov, Gertrude Russek

Russek, Harold, , , ,

Russek, I. H., ,

Russek, Rose Anholt, , , , , , ,

Russek, Ruth,

Russek, Simon,

Russeks: established as Russeks Furs, , , ; Fifth Avenue store at 36th Street, , , , , n.; during 1930s, , , ; during 1940s, , , ; during 1950s, , ; opening of Philadelphia branch, , ; opening of Savoy-Plaza store at 57th Street, , n.; photography for ads, , ; see also Nemerov family

Russell, Bertrand,

Russell, Hilda, ,

Russell, Rosalind,

Sack, John,

Sainer, Arthur, ,

St. Croix,

Salomon, Erich, ,

Salstrom, Paul, , ,

Salt Garden, The (Nemerov),

Samaras, Lucas, ,

Samuelson, Andra,

Sander, August, ,

San Francisco,

San Remo (143 Central Park West), ,

Sarraute, Natalie,

Saturday Evening Post,

Scavullo, Francesco,

schizophrenics, ,

Schneebaum, Tobias,

Schoenberg, Arnold,

Schoenberg, Trude,

Schwartz, Delmore, , ,

Schwartz, Ted,

Scott (family chauffeur), ,

Scott, George C, ,

Screvane, Paul,

Scull, Ethel, ,

Scull, Robert,

Sealo the Seal Boy,

Segal, George, ,

Selkirk, Neil, , n., , ,

Sellers, Bunny,

Seltz, Thalia, ,

Seventeen, , , , , ,

Seven Wonders of the World (artworks by Roy Sparkia),

Seyrig, Delphine,

Shainberg, Larry, , , , , ,

Shapiro, Bessie, ,

Shaw, Mark,

Sheehy, Gail, ,

Sherman, Cindy,

Shining, The,

Show, ,

Shriver, Eunice,

Siegal, Anita, , ,

Silver, Walter, , ,

Silverstein, Louis,

Simon, John,

Simon, Sidney, ,

“Singer, Daisy” (Diane Arbus),

Sitwell, Edith,

Smith, Bill,

Smith, Eugene, , , ,

Smith, Harold,

Smith, Jack, ,

Smith, Michael, ,

Snow, Carmel, ,

Sonnemann, Eve,

Sontag, Susan, , n.

Sparkia, Renée Nemerov, , , , , , ; married life of, , , , ; relationship with Diane, , , , , , , ; quoted, , , , , , , , , , , , ; sculpture by, ,

Sparkia, Roy, , , , , , ; artwork by,

Squilaco, Al,

Stafford, Jean, ,

Stankowitz, Richard,

Starr, Blaze, ,

Steckel, Anita, ,

Steckel, Jordan,

Steichen, Edward, , , , ,

Stein, Gertrude, ,

Stein, Gertrude, gallery,

Steinberg, Saul,

Steinem, Gloria,

Stella, Frank, , , , ,

Stern, Bert, n.

Stern, Stewart, , ,

Stevens, Wallace, ,

Stevenson, Adlai, ,

Stewart, John,

Stieglitz, Alfred, , ,

Still, Clyfford,

Stout, Myron,

Strand, Paul, , n.

“Strasberg, Vicki,”

Stutz, Geri, ,

Susann, Jacqueline,

Szarkowski, John, n., , , , , , , , ; “New Directions” exhibit by, , ,

Talbot, Dan,

Talese, Gay, , , ,

Tall Story, ,

Tamayo, Rufino,

Tate, Allen,

tattooed people, , ,

Terkel, Studs, ,

Thompson, Dorothy,

Thompson, J. Walter, Co.,

Thornton, Gene, ,

Thurber, James,

Tiffin, Pamela,

Time, , ; Alex Eliot’s career at, , , , , , , ,

Time-Life Books, , , , n.

Titus, Roy,

Tokyo Rose,

Tompkins, Calvin,

Trahey, Jane,

transvestites, , , , , , ,

Trazoff, Sudie, ,

Tree, Penelope,

Trefusis, Violet,

triplets, photograph of,

Trotta, Geri,

Troy, Carol,

Troy, Hannah,

Tucker, Anne, ,

Turbeville, Deborah, ,

Twiggy,

“Twins, The,” , , n., , ,

“Uncle Sam” (Max Maxwell Landars),

Unger, Arthur,

Ungerer, Miriam,

Ungerer, Tomi,

Updike, John,

Uselmann, Jerry, ,

Vanderbeck, Stan,

Vanderbilt, Gloria,

Venice Biennale,

Veruscha,

Vidal, Gore,

Vietnam war, , , , , ,

Village Voice, , , , , ,

Viva, ,

Vogue, , , , , , , , , , , ; Viva in,

Von Ringleheim, Paul,

von Wangenheim, Chris, , , , , ,

Vreeland, Diana, ,

Wager, Michael,

Wager, Susan,

Waltz, Ruth,

Ward, Pat,

Warhol, Andy, , , , , , , ; Viva and, , ,

Warren, Robert Penn,

Washington Square Park,

Weber, Bruce,

Weegee (Arthur Fellig), n., , , , ,

Weinstein, Anita,

Weinstein, Arthur, , , ,

Weinstein, Bertha Arbus, , ,

Weinstein, Lillian,

Weinstein, Max, , , , ,

Weinstein, Walter, , , ,

Wernick, Bob,

Wernick, Marian,

West, Mae,

Westbeth, , , , ,

Weston, Edward, , n.,

White, Minor,

White, Nancy, , ,

White, Stanford, ,

Whittemore, Reed, , ,

Wilcox, Wilma,

Williams, John A., , ,

Williams, Tennessee,

Williams, William Carlos, , ,

Wills, Gary,

Wilson, Jane,

Wilson, Theo,

Windsor, Duke and Duchess of,

Winogrand, Garry, , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Winslow, Jane, see Eliot, Jane Winslow

Witkin, Lee, , , ,

Wolf, Henry, ,

Wolfe, Tom, ,

“Woman with a Cigar,” ,

Wood, Audrey,

Woodward, Joanne,

Wurlitzer, Rudi,

Wyndham, Francis, ,

Yale University,

Yamashiro, Tod, , , , ,

Yarmolinsky, Adam,

Yee, Yuben,

Young, Penny,

Young & Rubicam Inc.,

Zachary, Frank,

Zuckerman, Ben, ,