General Photograph Collection (circa 1900-2006)
The General Photographs Collection consists of consists of 40 linear feet of prints, transparencies and negatives, mainly black and white, documenting the history of Carnegie Mellon University from the early 1900s to the 2000s. Most photographs are undated. Subjects include Carnegie Mellon University faculty, staff, administrators, students, alumni, benefactors, and visitors; academic programs, research centers and university offices; events, athletics, student activities, reunions, commencements, and other activities; and campus scenes, campus architecture, and Pittsburgh views.
Linear Feet: 40 Boxes: 79
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GSIA Collection (1949-2008)
The collection is arranged into four series- photographs, slides, print materials, and digital materials. Each series is arranged chronologically. This collection contains three boxes of photographs, two boxes of slides, from various GSIA events, faculty, and the GSIA building. One box contains pamphlets, brochures, and materials from the production of the GSIA magazine. The remaining boxes contain digital materials of varying subject matter. Much of the material is undated and from unknown sources.
Linear Feet: 8
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