UA/AV. Audiovisual Materials and Realia
Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
Titles and identifying numbers were generally taken from information written or stamped on the photograph.
The Henry Hill Photograph Collections contains a large variety of photographs that are attributed to Henry Hill, including cabinet cards, cartes-de-visite, tintypes, and cyanotypes. The images are arranged by size and type of photograph. Collection includes portrait photographs of Matthew Gilbert, class of 1887, and George Lewis Hayes, early African-American alumni.
This collection contains a variety of items relating to Colgate's history and the student life at Colgate. These items vary from banners, dinnerware, clothing, and items from alumni. The collection is arranged into broad categories to give a semblance of order to the collection but a look through all series may prove useful to the researcher.
The Colgate University photograph collection documents student life, academics, faculty, alumni, athletics, special events, and the physical campus at Colgate University over the past 150 years. Most of the photographs are black and white, although some color images are also included. For the vast majority of images, the photographers and the source of the photographs are unidentified.
One photograph album containing carte de visite photographs (many signed) of members of the Madison University faculty and class of 1873.
This collection consists of ten nineteenth century photographs of Colgate University's campus. Most are stamped "A.H. Wheeler, Photographer, Landscape and Viewing" on the back. Descriptions of the images were mostly taken from notes on the back of photographs that appear to have been made by Colgate University Archivist Howard Williams several decades after the images were taken.