MC 00336 Guide to the Edward T. Funkhouser Photographs, 2001-2008

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[Half Box 8, Folder 3]
6,267 digital photographs
Digital images taken by Funkhouser from 2001-2008 around North Carolina State University's campus. The majority were taken off of a hard drive he donated to the Special Collections Research Center. Some of the images duplicate the images on the compact discs and DVD in the collection.

Creator

Funkhouser, Edward T. (Edward Truman), 1946-

Quantity

2.75 Linear feet

General Physical Description note

1 archival half box, 1 CD box, 7 photograph albums

Location

For current information on the location of these materials, please consult the Special Collections Research Center Reference Staff external link.

Language

English

Acquisitions Information

Gift of Edward T. Funkhouser, 2006 May 17 (Accession no. 2006-001; Acession no. 2007.0177; Accession no. 2007.0347; Accession no. 2010.0011; Accession no. 2010.0012).

Processing

Processed by: Will Andersen;machine-readable finding aid created by: Will Andersen

Revised

2011 September, Finding aid updated to reflect additions to the collection by Judy Allen Dodson, 2010 February, September 2011

Scope and Content Note

The Edward T. Funkhouser Photographs consists of color photographs depicting the campus of North Carolina State University, 2001-2010. All of the photos were taken by Funkhouser, a professor of speech and communication at the university and associate dean. Seven albums contain 922 photographic prints, 2001-2003, grouped by subject. One folder contains 44 prints, 2003, of the original press box at Carter-Finley Stadium, which was replaced by the C. Richard Vaughn Towers in 2005. A folder of photographs concerning the replacement of the power system at the William Neal Reynolds Coliseum, 2005, is a Microsoft PowerPoint presentation printed on bond paper. One compact disc, 2003, contains 250 digital images, mostly corresponding to photographs in the albums of prints, along with other elements of a World Wide Web site maintained by Funkhouser, devoted to his photos of the North Carolina State University campus. Six additional compact discs contain images Funkhouser took around campus in 2004-2008. The subjects include construction around campus, a Barack Obama rally, and the annual Shack-A-Thon on the Brickyard. A DVD contains 786 images, mostly of construction projects and new buildings on campus, 2004-2006. One folder contains a holiday card from the North Carolina State University Libraries featuring one of Funkhouser's photographs, as well as a short professional profile of Funkhouser, 2003.

The digital component of the Funkhouser collection includes 2,667 photographs, organized into eight electronic folders; Campus Buildings, Campus Landscapes and Scenes, Construction, Student Activities, and Scenes around Raleigh. All were taken between 2001 and 2010 by Funkhouser around campus and Raleigh. The majority of the images were taken off a hard drive that Funkhouser donated to the Special Collections Research Center. Several images are duplicated on DVDs and printed photographs in the collection.

Biographical Note

Edward Truman Funkhouser was born in Harrisonburg, Virginia, on 5 February 1946. Raised in Mount Jackson, Virginia, he graduated from Madison College (later James Madison University) with a B.S. in business administration in 1968. After serving in the United States Army as a military intelligence agent until 1971, he received an M.A. in radio, television, and film from Memphis State University (later the University of Memphis) in 1973, and a Ph.D. in mass communications from Ohio University in 1979.

Funkhouser joined the faculty of North Carolina State University in 1977, subsequently becoming an associate professor of speech and communication. Thrice named outstanding teacher in the Department of Communication, he served as assistant dean and director of undergraduate programs at the university's College of Humanities and Social Sciences, as the college's facilities coordinator, and as a member of the university's Campus Design Review Board. As of 2008, Funkhouser was serving as associate dean for academic affairs for the College of Humanities and Social Science.

A recipient of the university's Outstanding Extension Service Award in 1991, Funkhouser was a founder and president of Triangle Radio Reading Service, an independent non-profit corporation established in 1983 to provide news from print media to visually-impaired persons in the region. In addition, he was the public address announcer for the North Carolina State football and women's basketball games.

Access to Collection

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Mail

Special Collections Research Center
Box 7111
Raleigh, NC, 27695-7111

Telephone

(919) 515-2273

Fax

(919) 513-1787

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Edward T. Funkhouser Photographs, MC 336, Special Collections Research Center, North Carolina State University Libraries, Raleigh, NC

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