YRG/YRG 48/YRG 48A. Yale pictorial records and collections
Found in 59 Collections and/or Records:
John Herrick Jackson, Class of 1934, Yale College, photographs and etchings documenting student life at Yale
The collection consists of photographs of John Herrick Jackson depicting Skull and Bones members and building, crew team members, Jackson in crew uniform; and two etchings of Harkness Tower by Robert Kasimir.
Edward H. Knight, Class of 1898, Yale College, photograph collection documenting student life at Yale and in New Haven
The materials consist of photographs of Edward H. Knight (Yale 1898) depicting Yale buildings, student life, sports on Old Campus, and scenes of New Haven, Connecticut.
Marvin K. Lane, Class of 1937, Yale College, photograph collection documenting life at Yale University
The material consists of photographs of Marvin Kenneth Lane (Yale 1937) documenting his graduation, Yale faculty, and a student demonstration in support of Jerome Davis, an associate professor in the Yale Divinity School who was allegedly dismissed for his political beliefs and activities.
George Langford, Class of 1897, Sheffield Scientific School, photograph collection documenting life at Yale
The materials consist of photographs of George Lanford (Yale 1897S) documenting Yale and New Haven, Connecticut during the 1890s. Included are pictures of the campus and student life.
The material consists of mounted photographs of Frank Moore (Yale 1868) of members of the Class of 1868, some of whom are identified, and scenes of buildings and grounds at Yale and in New Haven. Included are scenes of Temple and Chapel Streets, the Old Campus, and the cave of the three judges on West Rock.
William Bunnell Norton, Class of 1925, Yale College, photograph collection documenting Yale University
The collection consist of photographs of William Bunnell Norton documenting the freshman gymnastics team, Skull and Bones, and Yale University buildings.
The monochromatic lithograph by Benjamin F. Nutting depicts Yale College and the three churches on the New Haven Green as viewed from the western edge of the Green (Church Street).
The majority of the photographs in this collection were created for publicity purposes by the Office of Public Affairs.
Edward S. Parsons, Class of 1887, Yale Divinity School, photograph collection documenting life at Yale
The materials consist of photographs of Edward S. Parsons (Yale Divinity 1887) documenting the Yale campus, New Haven, sports events, and student activities during the late 1880s. Also included are individual portraits of members of the Yale Divinity School Class of 1887.
The collection consists of a photograph album with portraits of professors and photographs of Yale and New Haven, Connecticut.
Reuben A. Holden photographs used in the publication "Profiles and Portraits of Yale University Presidents"
The collection consists of formal portraits of various Yale presidents up to and including Kingman Brewster. Also in the collection are photographs of various presidents' homes. The portraits were used by Reuben Holden for his 1968 book Profiles and Portraits of Yale University Presidents.
The collection consists of portraits used as illustrations for Ellsworth Eliot's book Yale in the Civil War (1932).
The materials consist of photographs of Yale faculty, administrators, and presidents, as well as various campus scenes and buildings. The photographs were used as illustrations in George W. Pierson's book,Yale: A Short History (1976).
The collection consists of posters that document all aspects of Yale student and community life including clubs, organizations, film societies, concerts, lectures, theater, class announcements, commencements, and reunions.
The materials consist of photographs of Abbie Sherman [supposed] documenting Yale, New Haven, Connecticut and surrounding towns, such as Clinton, Madison, and Wallingford. Also included are photographs taken in Rhode Island, New York, and New Jersey.
The collection consists of souvenir postcards of Yale, most of which depict buildings and grounds. Also included are postcards depicting Yale athletics, symbols, and student life.
Nathaniel Spear, Class of 1919, Yale College, photograph collection documenting life at Yale University
The materials consist of photographs of Nathaniel Spear, Jr. (Yale 1919) documenting student life at Yale University. Includes views of a dorm room, students on the fence, military training excercises, and a photograph of William H. Taft.