By Virginia Pleasant
Black leather photo album and one file folder of black and white photos of Purdue campus and other photos
Scope and Contents of the Materials
The album of 1918-1920 Purdue University and other miscellaneous photographs (1918-1920; 0.2 cubic feet) documents buildings on campus as well as off campus scenery. Photographs of farmland and water sports could be of the surrounding community and Wabash River. Several unidentified individuals appear, some of whom are in military dress or Purdue sports attire (track and football). The collection consists of one photo album in fragile condition and one file folder of re-sleeved loose photographs that had fallen out of the album. The collection was donated by Daniel and Joy Haizlip, but the creator of the album is undetermined. The collection may be useful for researchers interested in student and campus life during the World War I era, University buildings present at that time, or material culture of the early 20th century. Types of materials include: black and white photos, photo album.
Collection Historical Note
The creator of the album is undetermined.
Purdue University Libraries, Archives and Special Collections
Alternate Extent Statement:
1 flat box
Collection is open for research.
Daniel and Joy Haizlip
MSP 139, Album of 1918-1920 Purdue University and miscellaneous photographs, Karnes Archives and Special Collections, Purdue University Libraries
Whenever possible, original order of the materials has been retained. Loose items have been placed in polyester sleeves and an acid free folder. The original album is fragile, but additional action may harm it further.
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