YRG/YRG 46/YRG 46A. Records and materials broadly documenting Yale buildings, facilities, and grounds
Record Group Term
Call Number: YRG/YRG 46/YRG 46A
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
Call Number: RU 1
Overview: 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.
Dates: circa 1728-2002
Call Number: RU 650
Overview: The materials consist of photographs of Yale and New Haven, Connecticut taken by De Silva Photographers.
Dates: circa 1880-1889
Call Number: RU 338
Overview: 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.
Call Number: RU 679
Overview: The materials consist of slides by George D. Vaill depicting Yale buildings and grounds.
Dates: circa 1975
Call Number: RU 1036
Call Number: RU 1035
Overview: The materials consists of photographs documenting Yale and New Haven. The unsigned photographs were probably available for purchase for inclusion in class albums.
Dates: circa 1880-1899
Call Number: RU 2
Overview: The materials consist of correspondence, memoranda, specifications, articles, reports, sketches, photographs, floor plans, notes, booklets, and related materials documenting the planning, construction, renovation, and use of Yale buildings.
Dates: Circa 1747-2006
Call Number: RU 705
Overview: The materials consist of photographs and negatives of maps, plans, and pictures of Yale buildings depicted between 1748-1919. The negatives are not dated.
Dates: circa 1748-1919
Call Number: RU 703
Overview: The collection contains pictorial materials depicting various Yale buildings and grounds. Included are maps, aerial views of Yale and New Haven, and photographic prints of architectural plans, drawings and proposals. Materials for many buildings are classified in individual record units and are not described here.