University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Library Photographic Services photographs, 1976-2003.

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University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Library. Photographic Services. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Library Photographic Services photographs, 1976-2003.

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Library Photographic Services photographs, 1976-2003.

The collection dates from 1976 to 2003 and consists of still images taken by Photographic Services employees, primarily documenting Library-related events and functions. Events depicted include conferences, meetings, North Caroliniana Society dinners, meetings of the North Carolina Writers Conference, awards banquets, visitors, staff retirement parties, and student protests. Many of the images include persons of national or local significance, especially authors. Some studio portraits of individuals (students and faculty) are also included.

ca. 2500 items.

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University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Library. Photographic Services.

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