This Eliot Porter Collection Guide was developed by the Amon Carter Museum, with technical support from the University of North Texas (UNT) College of Education, Department of Technology and Cognition. It was created in association with Eliot Porter: The Color of Wildness, an exhibition organized by the Amon Carter Museum. This guide and the exhibition have been made possible in part by a major grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities, expanding our understanding of the world, and by generous gifts from Blum Consulting Engineers and BankOne, Trustee. Additional support has also been provided by American Airlines.

Special thanks to Dr. María Victoria Pérez Cereijo, University of Texas at Arlington. Dr. Mark Mortenson and Dr. Jon Young, University of North Texas, helped the project get started and assisted with its formative evaluation. John Rohrbach wrote the text with the assistance of Alonso Sanchez. Steve Watson digitized the images. Geoffrey Dare and Lisa Thornton assembled the image titles. Sam Duncan assembled the library section with assistance from Jane Posey. The archives section was prepared by Paula Stewart and Karin Strobeck. The guide has been designed and implemented with the assistance of Jesus Cereijo, Karen Chase, Janice Craddock, Lori Eklund, Will Gillham, Christine Hull, Philip Jones, Peter Keefe, Brian Schmidt, and Richard Strittmatter.

Additional advice has been provided by Dr. Michael P. Cohen, Terry Evans, and Dr. Sally Stein, consultants for the project, Eliot Porter: The Color of Wildness (2002).