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Harvard Fatigue Laboratory Records,

Collection Identifier: RG M-CE03, Series 00132, 00300-00305
Overview: The Harvard Fatigue Laboratory Records, 1916-1952 (inclusive), 1941-1947 (bulk), consist of correspondence, research records, reports, writings and publications, photographs, and films, and are the product of the Lab’s research and administrative activities.

Harvard University News Office Gazette photographs,

Sub-Series Identifier: UAV 605.295.16
Overview: The Harvard University News Office was established in 1919. The first photographer was hired in 1943. Black-and-white photographic negatives, contact prints, and enlargements of pictures taken for the Harvard University Gazette relating to issues November 8 1991 through April 24, 1992.

Harvard University News Office photographs : portraits by Bill Tobey and subjects by other photographers, 1954-1985

Sub-Series Identifier: UAV 605.295.26
Overview: Mostly enlargements of portrait photographs from the late 1950s and early 1960s taken by Harvard University News Office staff photographer Bill Tobey.

Harvard University News Office photographs : portraits of Harvard University students for release to hometown newspapers, 1956-1964

Sub-Series Identifier: UAV 605.295.27
Overview: Portrait photographs of Harvard University students taken by News Office photographers for release to hometown newspapers.

Harvard University News Office photographs, 1940-1956

Collection Identifier: UAV 605.270.1
Overview: Harvard was profoundly affected by the Second World War, de-mobilization, and the Cold War era. This group of over 7000 unique images taken by the Harvard University News Office provides a visual record of the era and its transformative impact. These black-and-white images taken primarily by staff photographers depict academic life, facilities, and events at Harvard.

Harvard University News Office photographs, approximately 1955-1975

Sub-Series Identifier: UAV 605.295.11
Overview: The Harvard University News Office was established in 1919. The first photographer was hired in 1943. Chiefly 8x10 black-and-white photographic prints of faculty, staff, students, buildings, alumni, visitors and activities.

Harvard University News Office photographs, approximately 1970-1985

Sub-Series Identifier: UAV 605.295.19
Overview: The Harvard University News Office was established in 1919. The first photographer was hired in 1943. Chiefly 8x10 black-and-white photographic prints of faculty, staff, students, buildings, alumni, visitors and activities.

Harvard University News Office photographs: Army and Navy activities at Harvard, 1942-1947 (bulk, 1942-1945)

Collection Identifier: UAV 605.442
Overview: Harvard was profoundly affected by the Second World War. Harvard's President was an early advocate of US involvement in the conflict, Harvard students and teachers left to serve or stayed to conduct war-related research, and Harvard's campus was used for military training. This group of nearly 3,000 photographs taken by the Harvard University News Office provides a visual record of military training schools and programs at Harvard University.

Harvard University News Office photographs: campus exteriors taken by Walter R. Fleischer, approximately 1950

Sub-Series Identifier: UAV 605.295.23
Overview: The Harvard University News Office was established in 1919. The first photographer was hired in 1943. Photographs depict the Harvard campus, chiefly building exteriors and student life on campus. Locations include Harvard Yard, the Charles River, the Harvard Business School and Harvard Law School. The group of photographs includes an aerial photograph.

Harvard University News Office photographs: faculty and staff portraits, 1909-1972 (inclusive), 1942-1968 (bulk)

Series Identifier: UAV 605.270.5
Overview: The Harvard University News Office was established in 1919. The first photographer was hired in 1943. 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.