HBS archives photograph collection: buildings and grounds, 1908-2006


HBS archives photograph collection: buildings and grounds, 1908-2006


This collection includes photographs of the campus construction in Allston, Mass., completed in 1927; aerial and panoramic views of the campus from the 1920s-1980s; photographs of interiors and exteriors of campus buildings and classrooms in Cambridge and Allston, 1908-2006; photographs of building dedications; and photographs of surrounding Allston and Cambridge.

15 boxes, 3 oversize boxes and 10 mapcase folders.

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