YRG/YRG 48/YRG 48A. Yale pictorial records and collections
Found in 59 Collections and/or Records:
The materials consist of photographs of Howard C. Tracy (Yale 1887) depicting the Yale campus, student activities and sports during the late 1880s.
Benoni J. Truslow, Class of 1934, Sheffield Scientific School, photograph collection documenting life at Yale
The collection consists of black and white photographs of Benoni J. Truslow (Yale 1934S) documenting Yale individuals, events, and activities, including reunions and graduation.
Edward J. Tytus, Class of 1868, Yale College, photograph collection documenting buildings and grounds at Yale
The materials consist of photographs from the class album for 1868. Most of the photographs are of Yale buildings and grounds, but there are a few pictures of classmates.
The collection consists of a photograph album titled "A Pictorial Record of the Class of 1892 in Yale College." The album contains photographs of various student activities, classmates, campus scenes, and aspects of student life at Yale in the 1890s. The album belonged to Warren Gookin Waterman (Yale 1892).
Brian K. Welch, Class of 1916, Yale College, photograph collection documenting life at Yale and in New Haven
The materials consist of photographs of Brian K. Welch (Yale 1916) documenting student life at Yale, including sports on Old Campus, dorm rooms, and scenes of New Haven, Connecticut.
John Emory Buxton Wells, Class of 1917, Sheffield Scientific School, Yale University, photograph collection
The John Emory Buxton Wells, Class of 1917, Sheffield Scientific School, Yale University, photograph collection consists of six photographs of Wells in group portraits of the St. Elmo society, the St. Elmo Society German dance, in front of the Adee Boathouse, the 1917 Sheffield freshman class, and possibly the Delta Phi fraternity.
The materials consist of photographs of Paul Wilkinson documenting the Yale campus during World War II. Included are photographs of facilities used by the armed services billeted on campus.
Frederick Ely Williamson, Class of 1898, Yale College, photographs documenting life at Yale University
The materials consist of photographic prints from the scrapbook of Frederick Ely Williamson, Yale College Class of 1898. Includes images of individual students, student rooms and Yale buildings.
Glen Wright, Class of 1891, Yale College, Photograph Collection Documenting Life at Yale and in New Haven
The materials consist of photographs of Glen Wright (Yale 1891) documenting Yale and New Haven, Connecticut during the early 1890s. Included are pictures of campus and student life.
The materials consist of photographs produced for or published in the Yale Alumni Magazine. Included are photographs and artwork for specific articles, camera-ready cover art, and photographs of alumni gatherings and trips. Of particular note are the photographs for the Film Issue, 1968 May, the occupation of Dwight Hall, 1969 December, and the May Day Issue, 1970 May.
The materials consist of greeting cards, largely printed for the Christmas holiday season, depicting Yale buildings and grounds, New Haven scenes, and collections from the Yale University Library and Yale Art Gallery.
The materials consist of souvenir postcards of Yale and New Haven, Connecticut. Most of the postcards depict buildings and grounds; some are reproductions of well-known 18th and 19th century views of Yale College and the New Haven Green, such as the Doolittle and Barber views. Also included are postcards depicting Yale athletics, symbols, and student life. Many are photographic scenes taken by Samuel Chamberlain for the American Scene postcard series.
The materials consist of stereographs of Yale and New Haven, Connecticut from the late 19th century. The majority depict buildings, street scenes, views of the New Haven Green, East Rock Park, West Rock, and Fair Haven.
The materials consist of photographs documenting the Yale bicentennial celebration. Includes photographs of the decorated campus and New Haven streets, miscellaneous student groups in costume, and the Bicentennial Parade.