Harvard University News Office photographs : portraits by Bill Tobey and subjects by other photographers, 1954-1985
- Harvard University. News Office (Organization)
Extent0.5 cubic feet (46 folders)
Born in Waterville, Maine, William (Bill) H. Tobey (1923-2000) was a decorated World War II veteran who also served in the Korean War. After working at the Waterville Morning Sentinel and Colby College, Tobey joined the staff of the Harvard University News Office as a photographer in 1956. He became photograph editor in 1963 and also worked as News Office liaison for visiting photographers, media crews, and film companies until his retirement in 1986.
Titles were provided by the archivists unless otherwise noted.
Although the portrait photographs by Bill Tobey lack photographer credits, attribution is based on identification of his handwriting on the versos.
- Harvard University. News Office. Harvard University News Office photographs : portraits by Bill Tobey and subjects by other photographers, 1954-1985 : an inventory
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