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Series IV. Contact Prints [series]:
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Contact Prints (Up To 1947)
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Contact Prints (1948 - 1950)
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Contact Prints (Oct 1950 - Jan 1959)
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Contact Prints (1953 - Dec 1954)
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Contact Prints (Jan 1955 - May 1957)
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Contact Prints (1956 - 1957)
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Contact Prints (Jun 1957 - Sep 1960)
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Contact Prints (Oct 1960 - May 1961)
 
Engineering Library, Carpenter Hall (01-02-14)
 
Library Tower, new Olin Library at right (01-15-23)
 
Sage chapel (01-24-34)
 
Statler Hall, Hotel School and Inn (02-02-05)
 
New engineering quad, Carpenter Hall (02-06-08)
 
Anabel Taylor Hall - interfaith building (02-09-11)
 
Carpenter Hall, engineering administration (02-12)
 
Engineering quad, Hollister in foreground (02-13-26)
 
Chapel, Anabel Taylor Hall (02-27-33)
 
The Law School - Myron Taylor Hall (02-34-37)
 
Engineering quad, lake, Anabel Taylor, Library tower (03-01-32)
 
Perry W. Gilbert, Prof. Zoology (sharks) (03-34-37)
 
Perry W. Gilbert, Prof. Zoology (sharks) (04-02-20)
 
Zoology lab - salamander dissection (04-21-37)
 
Zoology lab - salamander dissection (05-02-12)
 
Triphammer Falls, Beebe Lake (05-13-23)
 
One of the new engineering buildings (05-26-27)
 
Class in engineering (05-28-36)
 
Prof. John R. Moynihan, Engineering Mechanics and Materials (06-02-04)
 
Materials Testing bay, Kimball-Thurson Hall (06-05-13)
 
Student J.L. Ajmani, loading beam (06-14-19)
 
Prof. and student (06-20-23)
 
Main lecture room, Electrical Engineering, Phillips Hall (06-24-26)
 
Model of Puerto Rico Radio, Physics and Space Center. White shirt, Prof. William H. Erickson, Asst. Director, School of Electrical Engineering In coat, Research Assoc. H.J. Eckelmann. (06-27-37)
 
Microwave Lab (07-02-07)
 
Prof. and class, Electrical Engineering (07-08-10)
 
Electrical Engineering office (07-11-14)
 
Electronics lab, Electrical Engineering (07-15-18)
 
Prof. William H. Erickson, Assistant Director, School of Electrical Engineering (07-19-21)
 
Engineering Physics, graduate student Schwaebel (07-22-28)
 
Engineering Physics, ultrahigh vacuum electron diffraction camera for surface study of copper oxidation (07-30-32)
 
Main quad (08-02-06)
 
Prof. George H. Healey, Curator, Rare Books, lecture on Christopher Marlowe (08-07-36)
 
Prof. George H. Healey showing one of three extant original copies of Marlowe's Tamerlane (09-02-17)
 
Prof. Harry Caplan, Classics, Greek (09-18-24)
 
Engineering Materials Research, high pressure (09-25-32)
 
Hydraulics lab, Civil Engineering (09-33-37)
 
Hydraulics lab, Civil Engineering (10-02-05)
 
Assistant Dean of Engineering, John F. McManus, striped tie (10-06-14)
 
Break up of stream of water under strobe light (10-15-36)
 
Thermal engineering lab (11-02-14)
 
Aeronautical Engineering, Upson Hall, shock tube installation (11-15-27)
 
Engineering class - seminar, Upson Hall (11-28-32)
 
Machine Design section, Upson Hall (11-33-36)
 
Julliard String Quartet, Statler Auditorium (12-03-07)
 
President Deane W. Malott (12-08-28)
 
John Summerskill, Vice President for Student Affairs (13-01-20)
 
John E. Burton, Vice President for Business (13-21-36)
 
Zoology lab (14-02-18)
 
Willard Straight Cafeteria (Student Union) (14-19-22)
 
Willard Straight Hi-Fi room (14-19-22)
 
New Olin library under construction (14-27-30)
 
Andrew D. White's library, preserved in main library (14-31-33)
 
Andrew D. White's library, preserved in main library (15-13-21)
 
Main library reading room (15-22-37)
 
Main library reading room (16-02-06)
 
New Olin library under construction (16-07-09)
 
Museum of casts, Goldwin Smith Hall (Arts and Sciences) (16-10-26)
 
Architecture library, Sibley Dome (16-27-29)
 
Architecture library, Drafting room (16-33-36)
 
Architecture - drafting rooms, models, exhibits (Sibley Hall) (17-01-33)
 
Freshman drafting room (17-34-35)
 
Freshman drafting room (18-02-07)
 
Architecture drafting rooms (18-08-14)
 
Graduate students, Architecture (18-15-21)
 
Andrew D. White Museum of Art - Tibetan robe (18-22-37)
 
New York State Veterinary College - operation on bull for "corns" (19-02-33)
 
Frank Gannett Medical Clinic for students (19-34-36)
 
Anabel Taylor Hall building for interfaith (19-37)
 
New York State Veterinary College - operation on bull for "corns" (20-01-10)
 
Anabel Taylor Hall interfaith (20-11-14)
 
Gannett Clinic, X-ray. Dr. E.C. Showacre (20-15-22)
 
Gannett Clinic, Dr. C.D. Darling, Clinical and Preventive Medicine (20-23-25)
 
Gannett Clinic, reception and records (20-26-37)
 
Gannett Clinic, reception and records (21-02-17)
 
Gannett Clinic, specialty waiting room (21-18-21)
 
Gannett Clinic, doctors' offices (21-22-37)
 
Library slope - original buildings Morrill and McGraw (with tower) (22-01-08)
 
Museum of political memorabilia - Mann lib., Agriculture (22-09-34)
 
New York State College of Agriculture, Dr. F.C. Steward, Professor of Botany, studying grown of carrot tissue (23-01-15)
 
Dr. Steward and graduate students, chromatagram (23-16-34)
 
Dr. F.C. Steward, Botany (24-02-08)
 
Fraternity house (24-09-12)
 
Dr. Norman S. Moore, Director, Clinic and Infirmary (24-13-19)
 
Cornell Infirmary, Dr. Moore and students (24-20-37)
 
Cornell Dramatic Club, University Theatre, Willard Straight (25-08-11)
 
Hunt Bradley, General Alumni Secretary (25-12-19)
 
Noyes Lodge on Beebe Lake (25-20-36)
 
John Mason Potter, News Bureau (25-37)
 
John Mason Potter, News Bureau (26-01-05)
 
Ornithology lab, Sapsucker Woods. Arthur A. Allen, Professor Emeritus, honorary director (shirtsleeves). Professor Paul P. Kellogg, Ornithology (black coat, white hair), the bird-recording experts. (26-06-35)
 
Professor Henry A. Detweiler, Assistant Dean, Architecture. Popular slide lecture on European Architecture for non-architects. (27-02-27)
 
Professor Hans A. Bethe, Physics, in office (28-02-13)
 
Professor Hans A. Bethe, Physics, in synchrotron - Newman Lab (28-14-24)
 
Crew tanks, Teagle Hall, Coach "Stork" Sanford (29-02-33)
 
Olympic Pool, Teagle (29-34-36)
 
New York State School of Industrial and Labor Relations, Professor M.F. Newfeld (30-01-13)
 
Madame Frances Perkins, Visiting Lecturer, Industrial and Labor Relations (30-15)
 
The Law School, Professor Rudolph B. Schlessinger (30-22-35)
 
Peewee hockey - Lynah Hall (Saturday morning, town and gown) (31-01-27)
 
Alumni office meeting (32-01-12)
 
Professor Clinton Rossiter, Government (32-13-23)
 
Main quad original buildings (32-24-27)
 
Professor Clinton Rossiter, Government (33-02-28)
 
One World Meeting, Anabel Taylor Hall (33-29-37)
 
Sage Chapel, nondenominational (34-28-36)
 
Heptagonal Track Meet, Barton Hall. Annual event, only a remote campus can attract sufficient crowds (35-26-34)
 
Cornell Council Meeting, Willard Straight Annual Report (36-20-35)
 
Trustees meeting (37-02-16)
 
Provost Sanford S. Atwood (37-17-24)
 
Vice President J.L. Zwingle (37-25-32)
 
Vice President Theodore Wright (now retired) (37-33-37)
 
Vice President Theodore Wright, now retired (38-01-04)
 
Collyer Boat House, Cayuga Lake inlet (38-05-21)
 
Crews on inlet (38-22-24)
 
Taughannock Falls (38-25-29)
 
Cornell University Medical College - Dr. Pap (George Papanicolaou) with his wife and assistants (39-02-36)
 
Dr. Walter Modell, Pharmacology. Penicillin lecture. (40-03-27)
 
Dr. E.C. Richardson, Surgery. Sophomore lab on retina (40-28-37)
 
Dr. Pap (George Papanicolaou) (41-01-13)
 
Clinical Pathological Conference, Auditorium (41-14-29)
 
Clinical Pathological Conference, Auditorium (42-02-24)
 
The Cornell University-New York Hospital School of Nursing (42-25-37)
 
Student nurse aspirating patient (43-01-03)
 
Nursing - lecture on electrical conductivity (43-04-14)
 
School of Nursing (43-15-34)
 
Medical College, Dr. Vincent duVigneaud, Biochemistry (Nobel Prize) (44-08-36)
 
Medical College, Lab, Biochemistry (45-01-17)
 
Plastic Surgery, Dr. Herbert Conway with Residents completing ten years of graduate study (45-18-27)
 
Cornell College-The New York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center, New York City (46-00-24)
 
Enfield Glen (47-02-36)
 
Enfield Glen (48-01-34)
 
Enfield Glen (49-01-14)
 
Buttermilk Falls (49-15-21)
 
Ezra Cornell statue, main quad (49-22-32)
 
Cornell Co-op, Campus store (49-33-36)
 
Gannett Clinic (50-51-37)
 
Gannett Clinic (51-02-12)
 
Gannett Clinic entrance (51-13-17)
 
Willard Straight Hall, the Student Union (51-18-30)
 
Students (52-01-36)
 
Students (53-01-37)
 
Indian student (54-02-07)
 
Back of Gannett Clinic (54-08-28)
 
Editorial rooms, Cornell Daily Sun (54-29-33)
 
Managing editor of Cornell Daily Sun pulls proof at 2 A.M. The student-run Sun is Ithaca's only morning paper. (54-34-37)
 
Professor Damon Boynton, Pomology, Dean of Graduate School (55-01-10)
 
Professor A.M. Srb ( sic ) with graduate student, genetic research lab, plant breeding (55-11-19)
 
Research Associate Dr. S.S. Kwong, Pomology (55-20-22)
 
Graduate Student Frank Denis, Pomology (55-23-25)
 
Wiegand Herbarium, Professor R.T. Clausen, curator, and graduate student (56-02-12)
 
The Graduate School of Nutrition, determining patient's specific gravity (56-13-24)
 
Agricultural quadrangle (56-27-32)
 
Main quadrangle, A.D. White's statue (57-01-07)
 
Men's dorms, Baker (57-08-11)
 
Goldwin Smith Hall, Arts and Sciences (57-13-15)
 
Dean Damon Boynton, Graduate School, with graduate students (57-16-27)
 
Korean graduate student at controls of synchrotron, Nuclear Physics, Newman lab (57-28-29)
 
Synchrotron Detector room (57-31-35)
 
Korean graduate student at synchrotron control (58-02-06)
 
Graduate student and small synchrotron (58-07-29)
 
Craft shop, Willard Straight Hall (59-02-09)
 
Crews on inlet (59-10-30)
 
New York State College of Home Economics, Professor C.J. Personius, Head, Food and Nutrition, University Trustee (60-01-17)
 
Design and House Planning (60-18-34)
 
Research lab (60-35-37)
 
Laboratory, Home Economics (61-01-19)
 
Slide lecture on architecture of Europe (61-20-27)
 
New York State School of Industrial and Labor Relations, Professor W.F. Whyte, communications table requires students to go through channels (61-28-37)
 
New York State School of Industrial and Labor Relations, Professor W.F. Whyte, communications table requires students to go through channels (62-01-12)
 
The Law School - library (62-13-20)
 
Anabel Taylor Hall and library tower (62-21-27)
 
Law library (62-28-29)
 
Moot Court (62-30-37)
 
The Law School, Moot Court (63-02-10)
 
Liberian Law student (63-11-16)
 
Greek Law student (63-14-19)
 
Professor Peter Olafson, Pathology, Veterinary (63-20-35)
 
Frosh La Crosse, Cornell vs. Hobart (64-01-07)
 
Professor M.H. Abrams, English (64-12-34)
 
Frosh La Crosse, Cornell vs. Hobart (65-01-17)
 
Home Economics, Interior Design (65-18-27)
 
Carrel in Mann library, Agriculture (65-29-35)
 
New York State College of Home Economics, Crease Recovery Test (66-02-08)
 
New York State College of Home Economics, Design (66-09-34)
 
Class on the grass, near Home Economics (67-01-13)
 
Catalogue Room, Mann library (Agriculture) (67-14-22)
 
Reading Room, Mann library (67-23-27)
 
Catalogue room, Mann library (67-28-31)
 
Reference room, Mann library (67-32-37)
 
Main Quadrangle (68-01-18)
 
Kappa Alpha Fraternity (68-19-24)
 
Classes on grass, main quad (69-01-12)
 
Goldwin Smith Hall, Arts and Sciences (69-13-18)
 
Professor K.L. Turk, Agriculture, Head of Animal Husbandry (69-19-36)
 
Gardening class, Professor A.J. Pratt, Vegetable Crops, Agriculture (70-01-20)
 
Agriculture - Ecology and Insect Pathology (70-21-37)
 
Agriculture - Ecology and Insect Pathology (71-01-32)
 
Inorganic Chemistry Lab, Baker, Arts and Sciences (72-01-11)
 
Ray spectrometer (72-12-14)
 
ROTC - Annual President's Review (72-15-32)
 
ROTC Review - Army, Navy, Air Force (73-01-17)
 
The School of Education, Graduate Student Teacher Deborah Shea teaching World War II History in Boynton Junior High School in downtown Ithaca (73-18-34)
 
Professor Emeritus Alexis L. Romanoff (the Egg Man) (74-01-27)
 
The Graduate School of Business and Public Administration, Professor Earl Brooks and seminar (75-02-20)
 
Library, McGraw Hall (75-21-25)
 
Geology Field Trip, looking for an interglacial gorge (75-26-37)
 
Triphammer bridge between campus, women's dorms, fraternities (76-01-10)
 
Geology Field Trip on campus, by Triphammer Falls (76-11-37)
 
Professor M.G. de Chazeus, Business and Public Administration (77-01-20)
 
The School of Hotel Administration (77-21-36)
 
The School of Hotel Administration (78-01-32)
 
Models, Architecture (79-01-11)
 
Crew Race on Cayuga Lake. Cornell won all races (79-13-36)
 
Crew Race on Cayuga Lake (80-01-18)
 
Professor Thomas Gold, Astronomy, Space Research (80-19-34)
 
Crew races, Cornell won all (81-01-23)
 
Professor Thomas Gold (Nobel Prize) (81-24-36)
 
Student orchestra concert on library slope (82-02-37)
 
New Olin Library for graduate study (83-02-37)
 
Treasurer Lewis H. Durland (84-01-22)
 
Library tower and new Olin library (84-23-34)
 
Ezra Cornell statue (84-35-36)
 
Ezra Cornell statue (85-01-12)
 
Professor A.R. Holmberg, Anthropology, Peru expert (85-13-33)
 
Professor J.M. Echols, Linguistics, Far Eastern Studies (86-01-18)
 
Professor Henry Elder, Architecture (86-19-37)
 
Professor Henry Elder, Architecture (87-01-06)
 
Main Reading Room, Olin library (87-07-11)
 
Library tower, Olin library, Ezra Day Hall (87-12-29)
 
Seminar, Professor Henry Guerlac, History of Science (88-01-16)
 
Industrial and Labor Relations, Professor W.F. Whyte, leadership and teamwork experiment (88-17-26)
 
Construction of new buildings for Industrial and Labor Relations (88-27-35)
 
Industrial and Labor Relations experiment, leadership and teamwork. Professor W.H. Whyte. Number 8913, Copyright Fortune Magazine, 1961 (89-01-35)
 
Seminar, Assistant Professor Andrew Hacker, Government (90-01-24)
 
Indian graduate student, Agriculture, in Mann library catalogue room (90-25-35)
 
Indian graduate student, Agriculture (91-01-18)
 
Dean of Architecture Burnham Kelly (grey coat) and Director of Budge Paul L. McKeegan (91-19-35)
 
Library tower, Olin library, Ezra Day Hall (92-02-23)
 
Professor Richard Bradfield, Agronomy, Agriculture (92-24-35)
 
Professor Richard Bradfield, Agronomy, Agriculture (93-02-28)
 
University heating plant boilers (93-29-37)
 
University heating plant boilers (94-01-05)
 
The late Professor S.E. Whicher, English (94-06-36)
 
Library tower, Olin library, Ezra Day Hall (95-01-23)
 
Student Government Executive Board (95-24-34)
 
Andrew D. White statue (96-01-14)
 
Oral exam for Ph.D. in German (96-27-36)
 
Chemistry graduate student instructs in quantitative analysis (97-05-15)
 
Chemistry graduate student, research, running a "shock" (97-17-28)
 
Professor Hazel M. Hauck, Emeritus, Food and Nutrition (97-29-35)
 
Professor Hazel M. Hauck (African expert) (98-01-09)
 
Balch dormitory cafeteria, a University service (98-10-29)
 
Dean J.W. McConnell, Industrial and Labor Relations, Arbitrator (98-30-36)
 
Office of Financial Aids (100-01-13)
 
Professor F.A. Long, Chemistry (100-14-28)
 
Math Library, White Hall (100-29-35)
 
Quad, Olin library (101-01-16)
 
Construction, Industrial and Labor Relations (101-17-23)
 
Library, Olin library and Ezra Day Hall (101-24-36)
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Contact Prints (1961 -1967)
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Contact Prints (Jan 1962 - Mar 1964)
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Contact Prints (Apr 1964 - Jun 1965)
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Contact Prints (Jan 1966 - 1968)
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Contact Prints (May 1969 - Mar 1973)
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Contact Prints (Oct 1970 - May 1974)
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Contact Prints (Jun 1974 - Dec 1977)
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Contact Prints (Jan 1978 - Dec 1986)
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Contact Prints (Feb 1987 - Nov 1990)