Found in 71 Collections and/or Records:
The series is comprised of photographs that appeared in published forum in the 1990 Northwestern University annual, the Syllabus (Volume 106). It includes most of the photographs published in that volume.
The series is comprised of photographs that appeared in published forum in the 1993 Northwestern University annual, Syllabus (Volume 109). It includes most of the photographs published in that volume.
Photographic portraits of many individuals, both surfmen and keepers, associated with the Evanston (Illinois) Station of the United States Life-Saving Service, are found in this volume. The portraits, mainly in standard cabinet format and dimensions, were made by a number of photographers, several (Aikin, Root, Charles Smith, and Fowler) with studios in Evanston. Dated photographs cover the years from 1888 to 1893. Most photographs, however, are undated.
This series includes 30 rolls of negatives from photographs taken of the University Library. Most rolls total 36 exposures. The negatives, black and white and on Kodak Tri-X Pan film, are in 35mm format. The photographs, apparently taken during the early 1970s, are mainly of the interior of the University Library although some shots of Deering Library also are included.
This series is comprised of photographs from University Theatre productions from the period 1928-2003. Formats include negatives (boxes 1-6), prints (boxes 7-12), oversize prints (boxes 13-15), and slides (boxes 16-27).