Harvard University News Office photographs: portraits and subjects, approximately 1973-1982
The Harvard University News Office was established in 1919. The first photographer was hired in 1943. Chiefly black-and-white 35 mm photographic negatives of faculty and other Harvard employees. Also includes images of campus events. Contact sheets accompany some negatives.
- Harvard University. News Office (Organization)
Extent is approximate.
Open for research. Negatives may require special handling.
Extent0.2 cubic feet
Chiefly black-and-white 35 mm photographic negatives of faculty and other Harvard employees. Also includes images of campus events. Contact sheets accompany some negatives.
The Harvard University News Office was established in 1919. The first photographer was hired in 1943. During the early 1970s, the News Office was placed administratively under the Office of the Vice President for Government, Community and Public Affairs. In 1994-1995, the name of the office was changed to Harvard University Office of News and Public Affairs and later was renamed Public Affairs and Communications.
Photographs are listed in two groups: Faculty and staff portraits and Activities and events.
Transferred to the Harvard University Archives from the News Office as part of accession 11492, 3 August 1988.
This document last updated 2014 March 18.
This inventory was created in March 2014 by Kate Bowers from a variety of information sources. The photographs were not examined.
Titles were devised by archivists.
- Harvard University. News Office. Harvard University News Office photographs: portraits and subjects, approximately 1973-1982: an inventory
- Harvard University Archives
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