Found in 38 Collections and/or Records:
The materials consists of photographs taken following the construction (and before the opening) of Sterling Memorial Library at Yale. Included are interior and exterior views, photographs of floor plans, friezes, archways, and window details.
The materials consists of black and white photographs of the Yale Art and Architecture Building shortly after its completion in 1963. Also includes a commemorative United States Postal Service stamp made from Ezra Stoller's photograph.
The collection consists of mounted reprints of P. B. Wight photographs of Street Hall at Yale (formerly known as the Art Building).
The materials consist of slides by George D. Vaill depicting Yale buildings and grounds.
The materials consist of photographs by C. B. Wells of the Yale residential colleges, various academic buildings, commencement 1936, and scenes of Yale and New Haven in winter during the 1930s. Included are photographs taken after the 1938 hurricane.
The materials consist of glass plate negatives and photographs by Mary A. Williams of the completed buildings and courtyards of the Memorial Quadrangle at Yale.
The materials consist of photographs of Yale University taken by Thomas C. Wilson. Includes "snapshots of the Yale scene" and photographs of Yale buildings.
The records consist of agenda, memoranda, and reports kept by Professor Robin Winks while a member of the Buildings and Grounds committee.
Adolph Wittemann photographs of buildings and grounds of Yale and New Haven used in the publication "New Haven and Yale University"
The collection consists of prints of various Yale and New Haven, Connecticut buildings and grounds taken by Adolph Wittemann for the souvenir publication "New Haven and Yale University." Included are views of Woolsey Hall, College Row, the New Haven Green, East Rock, Temple Street, and Sheffield Scientific School.
The motion picture film depicts Yale building sites and construction. Buildings documented include South Sheffield, gymnasium, Sloane Laboratory, Divinity School, Park Street dormitories, Graduate School, Law School, Sterling Memorial Library, Forestry School, Branford Court, and Harkness Tower.
The materials consists of photographs documenting Yale and New Haven. The unsigned photographs were probably available for purchase for inclusion in class albums.
The materials consist of photographs and negatives of maps, plans, and pictures of Yale buildings depicted between 1748-1919. The negatives are not dated.
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.