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9 collections related to Black-and-white photographs

Howells, David H.
Size: 15 linear feet (9 boxes, 1 half box, 5 flat boxes, 5 oversize boxes, 1 card box) Collection ID: MC 00263
The collection includes both David H. Howells' writings and his photographic work, with photography making up the bulk of the collection. This collection is divided into two series. The first series, Environmental Research Papers, is comprised primarily of Howells' writings, both published and unpublished. Topics include water ... More
Mattox, John D.
Size: 6 linear feet (9 boxes, 1 flat folder) Collection ID: MC 00261
The John D. Mattox Papers contain photographic prints, negatives, and contact sheets, and papers depicting the personal and professional life of John D. Mattox. Personal portraits and snapshots document the lives of Mattox, his wife Mary, their son Douglas, and their extended family. Also included are photographs of the town of ... More
Size: 0.001 linear feet Collection ID: MSS 00395
This collection is comprised of one sepia-tone photograph of John Harrelson speaking on the steps of the Bell Tower, ca. 1940. Several unidentified men are also present, some in military uniform. John Harrelson was chancellor of North Carolina State College (now University) from 1931 to 1953. The Memorial Bell Tower, to honor NC ... More
Risley, John S., 1942-2013
Size: 66 linear feet (43 cartons, 2 oversized envelopes, 1 flatbox) Collection ID: MC 00334
Includes research and course notes, correspondence, assignments, assignment keys, calendars/diaries, slides to include photos of class, student questionnaires (blank), flyers conference proceedings, photographs, and travel records relating to Dr. Risley's involvement with atomic collisions research, the International Conference on ... More
Size: 0.01 linear feet (1 folder containing: 7 photographs) Collection ID: MSS 00031
This collection contains 7 black-and-white 3 x 5 inch photographic prints showing Frank Lloyd Wright visiting North Carolina State College on 16 May 1950. These photographs were taken on 16 May 1950 when Frank Lloyd Wright visited North Carolina State College. During the visit, Wright addressed an audience, of reportedly over 5,000 ... More
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North Carolina State University. Libraries. University Archives
Size: 21.55 linear feet (60 albums, 5 archival boxes, 2 half boxes, and 2 card boxes) Collection ID: UA 023.005
The bulk of this records subgroup consists of black-and-white photographic prints that document the history of North Carolina State University’s physical campus and facilities from 1889 to the 1990s, but it also contains related color prints, negatives, contact prints, contact sheets, and slides. The images show interior and exterior ... More
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North Carolina State University. Libraries. Special Collections Research Center
Size: 12.5 linear feet (24 boxes, 1 halfbox, 1 flat folder); 1.8 megabytes Collection ID: UA 023.024
Black-and-white and color photographic prints, negatives, contact prints and sheets, printing plates, and reprographic copies of images picturing individuals and small groups of people who have contributed to the history of North Carolina State University. Pictures of administrators, faculty, staff, students, and notable visitors and ... More
Wilson, W. E. (Westray Edwin)
Size: 0.25 linear feet (1 half box) Collection ID: MC 00490
This collection contains approximately twenty photographs and a laboratory workbook of W. E. Wilson for an electrical engineering class. The photographs (all black-and-white) include portraits of H. K. Plott and W. E. Wilson, both NC State students. There are several snapshots of college age men and women, probably fellow students at ... More
Baumgarten, William Ludwig, 1885-1959
Size: 1 linear foot (1 archival half box, 1 archival storage box) Collection ID: MC 00122
The William Ludwig Baumgarten Papers consist of photographs and student works. The photographs are black and white prints dating from the 1930s, showing residences, stores, schools, and restaurants in Vienna and perhaps elsewhere in Europe, presumably designed by Baumgarten.Student works include illustrated student papers, as well as ... More