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Ephemera

/1 International Press Card holder. Includes: /2 Michael Petos' National Union of Journalists Membership Card. 1970 /3 Identity Card of Michael Peto as a fotoreporter for 'The Observer' in Beograd. 1961. /4 Statement from 'The Observer' for Michael Peto as an authorised representative of the newspaper. 1954. /5 National Registration Identity Card. 10 August 1951. /6 Rule book of 'The National Union of Journalists'. n.d. /7 Business Cards of Michael Peto (Pet? Mihály). n.d. /8 Business Card of P. Flesch. n.d. /9 Empty ring box. n.d. /10 German certificate of receiving a bronze medal for the photograph 'Foggy Day in Dundee' given by the international jury of the 'Interpress-Foto 1960' in Berlin. Includes a letter from the 'Verband der Deutschen Journalisten, Deutsch Demokratische Republik (DDR)'. 14 April 1960. /11 Bronze medal for the photograph 'Foggy Day in Dundee' received from the 'Interpress-Foto 1960' in Berlin. 1960. /12 Bronze Medal received from the 'Exposition International d'Art Photographique' (International Exposition of Photographic Art) in Budapest, 1970. /13 With compliments notes of Stephen Fodor. With annotation. n.d. /14 With compliments notes of Stephen Fodor. With annotation. n.d. /15 Photograph of Michael Peto. 1934. /16 Photograph of Michael Peto. 1934.

Michael Peto

Correspondence of Michael Peto and letters relating to him.

Michael Peto

Michael Peto photographic collection

The photographic collection of Michael Peto (1908-1970) consists of c.130,000 original and copy prints, transparencies and glass plate and film negatives. * A detailed catalogue is not yet available

Michael Peto

Publications

Magazines and newspapers which have published Michael Peto photographs

Working files

A series of 21 files containing material produced and/or collected by Peto including correspondence, assignment notes, Peto's writings (fiction and non-fiction), material on the political situation in Postwar Hungary and obituaries. These were almost certainly rehoused by Stan Turner, University of Dundee after the collection was deposited with the University. However it is likely they are largely in the order Peto filled them.