|Title:||Office of Alumni and Development Photograph Collection, 1978-2006 [Bulk dates: 1982-1997]|
|Physical description:||9.76 linear ft. (2 OS flat boxes and 17 document boxes)|
|Language(s):||The material is in English.|
The processed portion of the collection is arranged into two series (I. Gabe Clooney Photographs, II. Columbia Magazine Photo Files) and several subseries.
This collection consists of photographs, contact sheets, slides as well as some reproduced illustrations. The collection contains both original prints and reproductions of prints from the Office of Public Information/Office of Public Affairs. Photographs depict student life, university events, campus buildings, alumni, faculty, administrators, as well as honorary degree recipients and famous visitors to campus. Photos of faculty and alumni include individual portraits as well as documentation of classroom, workplace interaction, and individuals at alumni events.
Arranged in five sub-series, this series contains 8x 10 photographs and oversize contact sheets taken by photographer Gabriel Cooney who was hired by the Office of Alumni and Development to take photos of students, administrators and campus for use in an admissions brochure in the 1980s and fundraising campaign brochures in the 1990s. The contact sheets found in this series correspond directly to sheets of negatives found in the Gabe Cooney Photograph Collection (UA#0220).Subseries I.1: Broadway Local, 1980s
This sub-series consists of the published admissions brochure as well as some of the original 8x10 color photographs used to illustrate the brochure.Subseries I.2: The Campaign for Columbia, 1996-1997
This sub-series consists of brochures promoting various schools and institutions on campus for the Campaign for Columbia fundraising initiative and 8x10 images taken for use in the brochures.Subseries I.3: Faculty and Administration, 1996-1997
This subseries consists of 8 x10 photographs and oversize contact sheets of Columbia deans as well as other members of the faculty and administration. The images were taken for possible inclusion in Campaign for Columbia brochures.Subseries I.4: Departments, 1996-1997
This sub-series consists of oversize contact sheets of the school of Architecture, School of the Arts, and the Athletics department. The images were taken for possible inclusion in Campaign for Columbia brochures.Subseries I.5: Campus, 1996-1997
This sub-series contains oversize contact sheets of campus life and buildings, largely organized according to schools or division within the university they depict. The images were taken for possible inclusion in the Campaign for Columbia brochures.Series II: Columbia Magazine Photo Files, 1978-2006
This series contains photographs collected and published by the staff of Columbia magazine between 1978 and 2006. Many of the photographs are reproductions of photos, paintings and prints of alumni, honorary degree recipients, and noted university administrators and donors courtesy of the Office of Public Information/Office of Public Affairs and dating prior to 1978.Subseries II.1: Individuals, 1979-2006
This sub-series consists of photographs of individuals profiled in the Columbia alumni magazine. Most of the photos are of alumni, honorary degree recipients, faculty and administrators.Subseries II.2: Subjects, 1978-2004
This sub-series contains photographs of Columbia events such as commencement and reunion, campus life and the campus itself.
There are no restrictions on this collection.
This collection is located onsite.
Single photocopies may be made for research purposes. The RBML maintains ownership of the physical material only. Copyright remains with the creator and his/her heirs. The responsibility to secure copyright permission rests with the patron.
No additions are expected.
Identification of specific item; Date (if known); Office of Alumni and Development Photograph Collection; Box and Folder; University Archives, Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Columbia University in the City of New York.
Gabe Cooney Photograph Collection (UA#0220)
Columbia University Archives; machine readable finding aid created by Columbia University Libraries Digital Library Program Division
This collection was processed by Jocelyn Wilk and Chloe Foussianes (BC 2016) in summer 2015. Students Shriya Patnaik (GSAS 2017) in spring 2016, and Victoria Wiet (GSAS) in Summer 2016 did additional organizational work with the physical files and assisted with the creation of the finding aid.
Finding aid written by Jocelyn Wilk December 2016.
Machine readable finding aid generated from MARC-AMC source via XSLT conversion March 9, 2017Finding aid written in English.
|Nat'l / Int'l Archives:|
|Nat'l / Int'l Archives:|
|Columbia College (Columbia University).||Portal||CLIO||ArchiveGRID|
|Columbia University--Alumni and Alumnae.||Portal||CLIO||ArchiveGRID|
|Columbia University--History--20th century.||Portal||CLIO||ArchiveGRID|
|Columbia University--Officials and Employees.||Portal||CLIO||ArchiveGRID|
The Office of Alumni and Development (formerly known as University Development and Alumni Relations or UDAR) upholds the mission of Columbia University by maximizing useful philanthropic gift and grant support in ways that bring benefit to the University, satisfaction to its donors, and fulfillment to its faculty, students and staff. All individual school and constituent alumni offices report to this office, which itself reports to the University's central administration. The Office of Alumni Relations and Development is responsible for the running of the Columbia Alumni Association, the Columbia Campaign, and publishing Columbia, the University's quarterly magazine for alumni, which was founded in 1975. The magazine is sent free of charge to all alumni of Columbia University in the U.S. and abroad, as well as to faculty, staff, and friends. In 2009 UDAR rebranded itself as the Office of Alumni and Development when it moved into the newly built Columbia Alumni Center on 113th Street.