Series 1. Photographs, 1930 - 2010
Scope and Contents
The Colgate University Office of Communications records contain photographs, negatives, slides, contact sheets, proof books, press releases, subject files, and a small amount of audiovisual material, mostly from the second half of the twentieth century. They document student life on campus, faculty and teaching, student activities, the arts, athletics, special events and campus speakers, Colgate's campus, graduation, reunion, and other alumni events. Most of the images were taken on campus, but some are from other locations, such as receptions, off-campus study groups, and alumni places of business. A small portion of the photographs appear to have been taken by alumni and mailed to the Office of Communications for use in publications such as the Scene.
A significant portion of the photographs and negatives are the work of campus photographers Dick Broussard and John Hubbard.
- 1930 - 2010
Conditions Governing Access
Collection is open for research.
From the Collection: 77.1 Cubic Feet
Language of Materials
The Office of Communications photographs are arranged in three subseries. In the first two the arrangement and file names that existed when processing began have generally been maintained. The third subseries consists of photographs that were mostly unlabeled and unorganized when processing began. They have been arranged by general subject and further divided into several topical subseries.
Part of the Special Collections and University Archives, Colgate University Libraries Repository
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