245 film rolls of 35mm negative strips.
ca. 4,000 photographic prints in six Century 2.5 inch D-Ring box albums.
The Photographic collections in the Waynflete School Archives reflect not only the activities of the school but in many instances the school's outreach activities through its students to the Portland community. The collection consists of 245 film rolls of 35mm negative strips and their associated approximately 4,000 3.5x5 in. photographic prints dating between 1979 and 1986. The photographs feature the following subjects: People: images of individual faculty, staff, students, alumni, guests speakers and teachers. Buildings and campus scenes: images of individual buildings, groups of buildings, construction and renovations. Events and groups: images of groups of faculty, staff, students, and alumni participating in various activities including sports, baccalaureate, spring flings, auctions, award ceremonies, picnics, classrooms, commencement, departments, and organizations.
Established in 1898; originally called Portland School for Girls; renamed Waynflete School in 1901; a private, coeducational, college preparatory day school for early childhood education (from age 3) to twelfth grade.
The material described in this catalog record is located in the collections of the Waynflete School Archives, Portland, Me.
Collection open for research.
Unpublished index in the repository.