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Faulkner's Publicity Photo for Sanctuary

Publicity Photo for Sanctuary
© The Cofield Collection
Following the success of Sanctuary, Faulkner needed some publicity photos to give to the press. Though he hated the idea, he submitted to a series of portraits at "Colonel" J.R. Cofield's studio in Oxford. Over the years, Cofield would continue to take a number of photographs of Faulkner and would also collect photographs by others of Faulkner, which he would display in his studio. His work and collection today comprises the Cofield Collection, a part of the Southern Media Archive maintained by the Department of Archives and Special Collections department at the University of Mississippi Libraries.

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