Found in 38 Collections and/or Records:
The records consist of correspondence, letter books, financial papers, reports, and recommendations documenting the period of planning and construction of the Astronomical Observatory, also known as the Yale University Observatory. Notable contributors to the records include Leonard Waldo, astronomer in charge of the Horological Bureau of the Observatory; Robert Brown, secretary of the Board of Managers; and Hubert A. Newton, director of the observatory.
The materials consist of photographs of buildings constructed for the Yale bicentennial. The bulk of the collection documents the University Dining Hall and Woolsey Hall. One photograph documents construction in 1901.
The records consist of correspondence, blueprints and tables, clippings, and publications maintained by John V. Farwell as chairman of the Committee on the Architectural Plan.
The materials contain photographs, slides, and pictures of Connecticut Hall at Yale, which was known as South Middle College from 1882 to 1905. Included are photographs of the renovation work completed in 1953.
The materials consist of photographs of Yale and New Haven, Connecticut taken by De Silva Photographers.
The records consist of subject files, records on building dedications, printed material, and policies and procedures documenting the Development Office of the Yale School of Medicine. Also included are correspondence, vita, and an obituary of George Thomas Pack instructor of pharmacology and toxicology (1921-1923) and assistant professor of surgery (1933-1940).
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 records consist of an indexed videorecording and photographs of the Kingsley-Blake House (88 Trumbull Street) at Yale prior to its removal. Included are records concerning its removal from the Yale campus to the Briarcliff Manor-Scarborough Historical Society of New York.
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 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).
The motion pictures document the construction of Sterling Memorial Library, Yale University, and the procession of books and move of the library from the Old Library (now Dwight Hall) to Sterling Memorial Library.
The materials consist of photographs and pictures of Sterling Memorial Library at Yale. Includes views of interiors, exteriors, decoration, and construction.
The materials consist of photographs documenting the decorative windows in the Sterling Memorial Library at Yale, with an emphasis on the main reading room and the stack tower.