Columbia University Archives

Historical photograph collection, 1858-

Series XII: University Symbols

Images depicting major Columbia University symbols including the King's Crown, the lion mascot, the University seal and shield.

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Box 200 Ceremonial Keys, undated

Box 200 Charter, undated

(Notes: SEE: Columbiana negatives (8"x10"))

Box 200 Coat of Arms, ca. 1950

Box 200 Diplomas, undated

Box 200 Franklin, Benjamin chair, undated

Box 200 King's Crown, undated

Box 200 King's Crown from King's College weathervane, undated

Box 200 Lion, ca. 1924

(Notes: Class of 1899 donation?)

Box 200 Mace, undated

Box 200 Psalter, undated

Box 200 Seal, undated

Box 200 Shield, undated

Box OS 20 Ceremonial Keys, undated

(Notes: Keys held by person in academic costume and diploma.)

Box OS 20 Charter, undated

(Notes: Photograph of original charter establishing King's College of New York.)

Box OS 20 Lion, sculpture, ca. 1924

(Notes: Gift of Class of 1899.)