George Robert Swain photographs and papers ca. 1870 - 1947 1913-1947

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George Robert Swain photographs and papers, ca. 1870 - 1947, 1913-1947

George Robert Swain photographs and papers ca. 1870 - 1947 1913-1947

University of Michigan staff photographer, 1913-1947 and commercial photographer in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Collection includes some manuscript material but is primarily photographic prints and negatives made by Swain. Photo subjects include university buildings, facutly, and student activities, archeological expeditions to the Near East and, Ann Arbor scenes and landscapes form his travels in the western United States and Canada.

20 linear ft. (in 34 boxes) and 1 oversize folder

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