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Panoramas

 Subject
Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Scope Note: Refers generally to pictorial representations with very broad horizontal ranges of view. The term is also used specifically for photographs that show a wide view produced by a panoramic camera or by joining photographs together.

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

Class '06. June 17, 1912. North Harwich, Mass., June 17, 1912 Digital

Item Identifier: HUPSFPA, HUPSF Class of 1906 (PA 3)
Scope and Contents: Group portrait of the members of the Harvard College Class of 1906 in North Harwich, Mass. A band is shown in the background on the right.

Class 1906 at The Stadium .., 1916

Item Identifier: HUPSFPA, HUPSF Class of 1906 (PA 4)
Scope and Contents: Class members, including some holding musical instruments and sporting equipment such as baseball bats and footballs.

Class 1906 at The Stadium, 1916 Digital

Item Identifier: HUPSFPA, HUPSF Class of 1906 (PA 5)
Scope and Contents: Men in matching jackets and straw boater hats. Stadium architecture not depicted in image.

Harvard 1906 25th Reunion Field Day Men & Boys Essex County Club, Manchester, Mass., June 15, 1931 Digital

Item Identifier: HUPSFPA, HUPSF Class of 1906 (PA 6)
Scope and Contents: Men wearing matching pins, many carrying straw boater hats. Includes key of names printed through at bottom of image.

Harvard Class of 1906 35th Reunion, Cambridge, Mass., June 18, 1941 Digital

Item Identifier: HUPSFPA, HUPSF Class of 1906 (PA 2)
Scope and Contents: Group portrait of members of the Harvard College Class of 1906 on the Winthrop Housue terrace at their 35th reunion in 1941. Class member names, when known, are written in ink on photograph. Similar to HUPSF Class of 1906 (PA 1).

Harvard Class of 1906 35th Reunion, Cambridge, Mass., June 18, 1941 Digital

Item Identifier: HUPSFPA, HUPSF Class of 1906 (PA 1)
Scope and Contents: Group portrait of members of the Harvard College Class of 1906 on Winthrop House terrace at their 35th reunion in 1941. Similar to HUPSF Class of 1906 (PA 2).