YRG/YRG 46/YRG 46A. Records and materials broadly documenting Yale buildings, facilities, and grounds
Found in 41 Collections and/or Records:
The album, probably compiled by John T. Windrim, consists of black and white photographs and postcards documenting the buildings and grounds of Yale University. Included are notes and drawings related to floor plans and a note on the stone used to build Harkness Hall. An announcement for a dinner in honor of architect James H. Windrim is also included.
The records consist of files maintained by Yale Architectural and Engineering Services (and its predecessors) concerning the construction and maintenance of Yale facilities. Included are minutes, correspondence, reports, and other records documenting zoning and taxes, building permits, contractors and bids, billing, personnel, energy conservation, biological safety, and alterations.
The records consist of administrative files, maintained by Ken Borst, documenting cost estimates for Yale building projects.
The materials consist of design, preliminary, working, shop, and "as built" architectural drawings and maps of buildings and grounds owned or used by Yale University. The drawings range from original concepts to full scale details of equipment and ornamentation. The media vary from water colors, pen and ink sketches, pencil on tracing paper drawings to blueprints and photostats.
The collection consists of postcards and photographs of Yale University. The postcards are part of the American Scenes Postal Card series; the photographs are print copies of the postcard scenes. Included are negatives as well as some non-Yale images.
The materials consist of photographs of Yale and New Haven, Connecticut taken by De Silva Photographers.
The materials consist of photographic prints (photochromes) produced by the Detroit Photographic Co. of various Yale buildings.
Otto Eggers proposal sketches for John Russell Pope's "Yale University: A Plan for Its Future Building"
The collection consists of photographs and lithographs of sketches by Otto R. Eggers that were used in John Russell Pope's "Yale University: A Plan for Its Future Building," submitted to the Yale Corporation in 1919.
The records consist of project management and construction files of the Facilities Construction and Renovation, Yale School of Medicine.
The materials consist of photographs of Yale and New Haven, Connecticut in the late nineteenth-century. Included are views of various student rooms, academic buildings, and well-known university and New Haven scenes. Some photographs are of other institutions, including Princeton, Dartmouth, Harvard, and Vassar. Also inclued is a photograph of Charles A. Gulliver's college book store on Chapel Street.
Henry Hunn, Class of 1914, Sheffield Scientific School, Yale University, photograph collection documenting life at Yale and in New Haven
The materials consist of photographs of various scenes of Yale and New Haven buildings and grounds. Subjects include interior views of classrooms, the gymnasium, and the library; exterior views of fraternities; and photographs of Grove Street Cemetery, as well as other prominent Yale and New Haven, Connecticut landmarks.
The index lists architectural drawings and tracings of Yale University buildings rendered by James Gamble Rogers.
The records consist of 35 mm color photographic slides documenting Yale University buildings, particularly Sterling Memorial Library. Includes interior views and architectural details.
The records consist of proposals, specifications, correspondence, memoranda, reports, schedules, drawings, and administrative records, maintained by the Yale School of Medicine's Office of Facilities Construction and Renovation, documenting construction and renovation projects for Yale School of Medicine buildings. Also included is detailed information about the design and installation of mechanical, laboratory, and other equipment and systems.
The records consist of textual and photographic documentation from the Yale Facilities Office concerning a 1968 survey of Yale campus buildings.
The collection is comprised of photographs of various Yale University academic buildings and New Haven, Connecticut scenes. The photographs were taken by Pach Brothers, the official university photographers for many of the late nineteenth-century Yale class albums.
The material consists of scrapbooks of Karl Parrish, Class of 1934, School of Engineering, Yale University, documenting the Yale campus and downtown New Haven, Connecticut. The scapbooks contain photographs, newsclippings, and a critique advocating the "greening" of Yale campus with the conversion of streets to walkways.
Fordham W. R. Petersen Jr., Class of 1957, School of Art and Architecture, Yale University, photographs documenting Yale
The materials consist of photographs of Yale and New Haven, Connecticut taken by Fordham W. R. Petersen, Yale School of Art and Architecture, Class of 1957 (non-graduate).