Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains photographs, silhouettes, drawings, paintings, diplomas, and programs associated with people and places relevant to the University. The collection also holds exhibit publications, CDs, and ephemera related to the work of the Luther W. Brady Art Gallery. The materials date from approximately 1800 to approximately 2015.
This collection includes glass plate negatives that range in date from 1893-1901, though much of the material is undated. These images' subjects primarily cover geographic locations—including New England, the greater Washington, D.C. area, and New Brunswick, Canada—and portraits.
Over 500 photographs that are referenced in donor's dissertation, "Rudulph Evans: An American Sculptor." Photographs are of models and other images of what would become the Thomas Jefferson sculpture at the Jefferson Memorial. Also donated booklet about sculpture, "Shrine of Freedom."