Unidentified students on a stairway on the Academic Podium at the State University of New York at Albany. Two students are holding copies of the "ASP" (Albany Student Press) and watching a young child nearby. There are crop marks in all margins of the original. Written in the top and left margins between two arrows is "14 picas." Written in the left margin is "New Photo C."
A picture showing the front page story of the "ASP" (Albany Student Press) newspaper from Tuesday, April 23, 1985, detailing the world record for the Guinness Book of World Records set by students at the State University of New York at Albany for the largest game of musical chairs as part of Guinness Day activities.
Article by John Fairhall "E. D. Stone talks about Albany State". Edward Durell Stone, architect for the State University of New York at Albany Uptown Campus, discusses his design. Writing in the right top margin includes "ASP" and "April 2, 1972".
New Campus Architect Views Work, Stone Reacts Favorably to Buildings by Harold Lynne of the ASP. An article regarding Edward Durell Stone's visit to the State University of New York at Albany Uptown Campus. In the article Stone expresses pride in his design after taking a tour of the buildings constucted to date. Writing in the bottom margin includes "ASP" and "1/12/65".
A large crowd of students waiting to register for classes in Draper Hall at the State University of New York at Albany on the downtown campus. This image appeared in the ASP, May 6, 1966, pg.1 with the caption "Students crowded into the first and second floor halls of Draper on Monday to stand in line in order to obtain the courses they wanted next semester." There are crop marks in the right and bottom margins of the original.