Photographs 1950-1989.


Photographs 1950-1989.

This series consists of photographs collected by Creative Services of campus buildings, faculty, students, events, and activities. The series provides valuable images of the campus throughout the 1950s, 1960s, 1970s, and 1980s. The photos are currently in folders labeled by subject, but the files are not in alphabetical order. The files are maintained in numerical order and indexed by subject, individual name, and corporate name. This system was created in the office of origin and has been maintained.

1.5 cubic feet.

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