University Photograph Collections

 

This is a curated collection, created by the M.E. Grenader Department of Special Collections & Archives with detailed metadata. The collection includes photographs from a number of campus offices and other unknown sources. To learn more, visit the University Photograph Collection Collection Page.

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This includes images created by the Digital Media Department (1999-2016) and its predecessor offices, University Graphics (1974-1991), and Creative Services (1921-2001). The "born-digital" images from 1999-2016 are available online, but images prior to that must be viewed in-person in our reading room. To learn more, visit the Digital Media Department Collection Page.

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This includes photographs taken by the Office of University Relations and its predecessors which were responsible for the university's public relations. This is made up of photographs and negative sheets, including a mix of posed and candid photographs of students and faculty as well as photographs of major events including graduation ceremonies and photos uses for publications like the Carillon and UAlbany Magazine. To learn more, visit the Office of University Relations Collection Page.

This collection is not available online and must be viewed in-person in our reading room.

The University Photo Service is a student group that provides photographic equipment and darkroom services to its members in exchange for documenting student dorm life, athletic events, campus visits by dignitaries, faculty portraits, graduations and building dedications. The collection contains negatives, prints, and contact sheets. To learn more, visit the University Photo Service Records Collection Page.

This collection is not available online and must be viewed in-person in our reading room.

Contains photographs taken during the construction of UAlbany's Uptown Campus. The images were taken by photographer E.M. Weil, under contract with either SUNY Albany or the SUNY Construction Fund. To learn more, visit the Campus Construction Collection Page.

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