This inaugural exhibit features photos that reflect historical periods and places of the university. Many of the exhibit photos were taken by Emeritus Richard Baznik, former university historian. An additional range of images from University Archives highlights campus life back to the 1920s, and those images are also available in Digital Case.
Baznik’s photos are from several of his “Campus Markings” contests when he was director of The Institute for the Study of the University in Society. In the contests, people looked for campus architectural treasures, and the exhibit offers an artistic eye towards campus history that features our Tiffany windows, early (and first) campus libraries, and Tomlinson’s dramatic “Searcher,” among many other memorable details.
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