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Harvard University. News Office

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Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:

Cam, Helen Maud, March 1948 Digital

Item — unspecified: UAV 605.270.5 Box 2Identifier: UAV 605.270.5, F 746
Scope and Content: Back-and-white photographs of Harvard faculty and employees taken by the Harvard University News Office for publicity, press releases, and in publications. Images consist of negatives and contact prints stored together in 3x5 inch envelopes.

G. P. Berry, between 1943 and 1952

Item — unspecified: HUGFP 93.55 Box 1Identifier: HUGFP 93, HUGFP 93, HUGFP 93.55, HUGFP 93.55 (25)
Scope and Content: The Heinrich Brüning personal archive and Brüning family archive primarily documents the personal, professional, and political life of Heinrich Brüning. The bulk of this material dates from approximately 1910 to 1960, from when Heinrich Brüning was a university student through his early years in retirement in Vermont. The collection records Brüning’s political career during the Weimar Republic and his activities in exile, as well as his academic career at Harvard and the University of Cologne....

King, Martin Luther, guest preacher at Memorial Church [three-quarter view from contact sheet V 126], January 1965 Digital

Item — unspecified: UAV 605 Box 86Identifier: UAV 605, UAV 605 (V 126), UAV 605 (V 126) [three-quarter view]
Scope and Contents: One of four contact print of four frames of 35mm images on one sheet of paper with caption.

[Student in sihouette looking at an easel, Visual Studies, Harvard Summer School, Carpenter Center, photograph, ca. 1970]

Item — Box: 34, Folder: 5Identifier: HUPSF (BP), Photo number: HUPSF Summer School (BP 1)
Scope of the Photographic subjects file: Oversized photographs chiefly depict the Harvard community and its environment, chiefly groups of people or places they inhabit. Some images included here are not photographs. Rarely, images may be other two-dimensional images such as engravings,drawings, or paintings, or photographic reproductions of such two-dimensional artwork.

Unidentified man, possibly a curator or professor of paleontology, standing next to skeleton in Harvard Museum of Comparative Zoology, between 1943 and 1952

Item — unspecified: HUGFP 93.55 Box 1Identifier: HUGFP 93, HUGFP 93, HUGFP 93.55, HUGFP 93.55 (32)
Scope and Content: The Heinrich Brüning personal archive and Brüning family archive primarily documents the personal, professional, and political life of Heinrich Brüning. The bulk of this material dates from approximately 1910 to 1960, from when Heinrich Brüning was a university student through his early years in retirement in Vermont. The collection records Brüning’s political career during the Weimar Republic and his activities in exile, as well as his academic career at Harvard and the University of Cologne....

Unidentified man, possibly a Harvard University faculty member, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing front, between 1943 and 1952

Item — unspecified: HUGFP 93.55 Box 1Identifier: HUGFP 93, HUGFP 93, HUGFP 93.55, HUGFP 93.55 (34)
Scope and Content: The Heinrich Brüning personal archive and Brüning family archive primarily documents the personal, professional, and political life of Heinrich Brüning. The bulk of this material dates from approximately 1910 to 1960, from when Heinrich Brüning was a university student through his early years in retirement in Vermont. The collection records Brüning’s political career during the Weimar Republic and his activities in exile, as well as his academic career at Harvard and the University of Cologne....

Unidentified man sitting at a desk, possibly a Harvard University faculty member, half-length portrait, facing forward, between 1943 and 1952

Item — unspecified: HUGFP 93.55 Box 1Identifier: HUGFP 93, HUGFP 93, HUGFP 93.55, HUGFP 93.55 (35)
Scope and Content: The Heinrich Brüning personal archive and Brüning family archive primarily documents the personal, professional, and political life of Heinrich Brüning. The bulk of this material dates from approximately 1910 to 1960, from when Heinrich Brüning was a university student through his early years in retirement in Vermont. The collection records Brüning’s political career during the Weimar Republic and his activities in exile, as well as his academic career at Harvard and the University of Cologne....

Unidentified older man reading a typewritten document, possibly a Harvard University faculty member, between 1943 and 1952

Item — unspecified: HUGFP 93.55 Box 1Identifier: HUGFP 93, HUGFP 93, HUGFP 93.55, HUGFP 93.55 (33)
Scope and Content: The Heinrich Brüning personal archive and Brüning family archive primarily documents the personal, professional, and political life of Heinrich Brüning. The bulk of this material dates from approximately 1910 to 1960, from when Heinrich Brüning was a university student through his early years in retirement in Vermont. The collection records Brüning’s political career during the Weimar Republic and his activities in exile, as well as his academic career at Harvard and the University of Cologne....