University of Central Florida Photographs, 1965-2006


University of Central Florida Photographs, 1965-2006

University of Central Florida Photographs, 1965-2006

The basis for this record group is photographs that were taken for use as publicity material for the University of Central Florida. The images document all aspects of university life including annual events such as commencement and homecoming, special events, portraits of faculty, students, alumni, and visitors to the university including speakers, performers and government officials. Buildings on both the main campus and regional campuses are shown during construction and after completion. Instructors are shown teaching and researching and students are shown studying in laboratories and classrooms.

22 Boxes; 26.4 linear feet


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