Photo Identity Crisis: Creating a Classification and Organization MethodEducation Libraries
AbstractInstitutional archives have always provided a sense of history and unity for most universities. This is especially emphasized for the Kansas State University at Salina photographic collection. The school has gone through four different name changes in the last fifty years and the library has amassed an overwhelming assortment of photographs documenting various events on campus, from groundbreaking ceremonies to student social occasions. With an estimated total of over 11,000 unlabeled photographs, the K-State at Salina librarians have worked hard to begin the process of providing the university community with a useful resource for historical research in the future.
Citation InformationHeidi Blackburn, Pam Bower and Alysia Starkey. "Photo Identity Crisis: Creating a Classification and Organization Method" Education Libraries Vol. 31 Iss. 2 (2008) p. 31 - 38
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