Photographs of Washington, D.C., and New Haven, Connecticut
Scope and Contents
Images of Washington document the physical impact of riots on the city following the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., April 4-8, 1968, as well as events and memorials in the city and vicinity, 1967-1968. Other images include figure and nude studies.
Images of New Haven primarily document locations in the city, including overhead views of the New Haven Green and city streets, particularly the intersection of Chapel Street and College Street, as well as images of the Yale University campus.
Many images show the interior of his rooms in Washington and New Haven, including his model airplanes, copy photographs of his calendar, and self-portraits.
- 1964 - 1969
- Majority of material found within 1968 - 1969
Conditions Governing Access
Restricted Fragile in box 1 may be consulted only with permission of the appropriate curator.
Existence and Location of Copies
Conditions Governing Use
Immediate Source of Acquisition
0.75 Linear Feet (2 boxes)
Language of Materials
A record for this collection is available in Orbis, the Yale University Library catalog
- Lmanian, Alexander, 1925-1996
- Negatives (photographs)
- New Haven (Conn.) -- Pictorial works
- New Haven Green (New Haven, Conn.) -- Pictorial works
- Riots -- Washington (D.C.) -- Pictorial works
- Washington (D.C.) -- 20th Century -- Pictorial works
- Washington (D.C.) -- Pictorial works
- Yale University -- Pictorial works
- Guide to the Alexander Lmanian, Photographs of Washington, D.C., and New Haven, Connecticut
- by Matthew D. Mason
- October 2007
- Description rules
- Describing Archives: A Content Standard
- Language of description note
- Finding aid written in English.
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