University of Alabama at Birmingham Office of Information Coordinator
University of Alabama, Birmingham - Mervyn H. Sterne Library
This small series consists of contact sheets and negatives of University Hospital medical and research personnel primarily during the mid 1980s. The photographs document research activities, transplant patients and surgery, and Medical Center physicians. Included are images of Drs. Michael Friedlander, Bill R. Brinkley, John Benton, William J. Koopman, Thomas N. James, Robert Gallo, James A. Pittman, and Joseph F. Volker. Other individuals pictured include Coach Gene Bartow, George Allen, Erma Wesley, and Jim Hilyer. The contact sheets are all black and white and were taken for University Hospital and UAB publications or press releases. The series was maintained in the University Hospital Office of Information Coordinator and arrived to the UAB Archives in severe disarray. The order does not reflect that maintained by the office of origin
Minnesota Historical Society State Historic Preservation Office
Minnesota Historical Society
Photographic contact sheets made from 35mm b & w camera negatives taken by State Historic Preservation Office staff in the course of surveying archaeological and historic sites and structures throughout Minnesota
Rochester Institute of Technology - Wallace Memorial Library
Binder of contact sheets from photographs taken of the Rochester Urbanarium's programs and activities. The Urbanarium was a community involvement initiative for the Rochester, N.Y. region during the 1970s and early 1980s.
University of Central Florida Libraries - Special Collections and University Archives
In the 1970s, Michael Berman was taking photographs for the Theatre Department of the Florida Technological University (now, University of Central Florida) and the campus newspaper, the Central Florida Future. Taken while attending and then working at the university, the collection contains black and white and color negatives that depict moments of the everyday life at the university, theatrical acts, various events both on and outside of campus, portraits, as well as nature scenes
Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. Office of the Presiding Bishop
Evangelical Lutheran Church in America Library
This series comprises 173 black and white photographs, 24 color photographs, 2 contact sheets, 18 individual negatives, and 3 negative strips. These records date from 1987-1993 and 1995, but many of the records are undated. The subject matter of these photographs and negatives is of Bishop Chilstrom and duties in which he was involved as Presiding Bishop. The various settings for these photographs includes world travel, meetings with religious leaders, a tour of the military base at Fort Lewis in Washington state, the ELCA constituting convention, and work at the ELCA headquarters at the Lutheran Center. While many of the photographs are undated or unidentified as to the context in which the photograph of Bishop Chilstrom was taken, it appears that several of the photographs originated with the Publication Department of Augsburg Fortress or the ELCA's own Department for Communication. For many of the individual shots there are duplicate photographs. Individual prints include a ... Read More
Printed contact sheets of the glass plate negative collection (GGPN) regarding 19th century life at the University of Notre Dame. Also included in subject matter are scientific images and some images probably taken for the 1893 Columbian Exposition
Japanese American Service Committee (Chicago, Ill.).
Japanese American Service Committee Legacy Center
Photographs, negatives, and contact sheets documenting Japanese American Service Committee/Chicago Resettlers' Committee programs, events, activities, public relations efforts, outreach to other social services agencies, and community partnerships
United Lutheran Church in America Board of Foreign Missions
Evangelical Lutheran Church in America Library
This series comprises approximately 120 black and white photographs and several contact sheets of subject matter pertaining to Malaya and mission work performed there by the United Lutheran Church in America. Many of the items are undated, but all appear to have been taken between 1952-1961, with the majority of photographs being taken from 1955-1957. The majority of contact sheets are for photographs taken by Leon V. Kofod, and many have caption sheets. Subject matter for photographs in this series includes village life, medical clinics, schools, people, missionaries, churches and congregations, and various scenes of Malaya. Of special note are the photographs from a 1956 visit to Malaya by Dr. Franklin C. Fry, president of the United Lutheran Church in America (ULCA). Many of the photographs were used for publication purposes. There are several photo-postcards and one color photograph. It appears that most of the material pertains to work in Malaya, but this is not known for certain ... Read More
Scope and Content Printed contact sheets of the glass plate negative collection (GGPN) regarding 19th century life at the University of Notre Dame. Also included in subject matter are scientific images and some images probably taken for the 1893 Columbian Exposition.