Inventory of the EUA031 Campus Buildings and Spaces Photograph Collection, 0000 - 0000 EUA031

Inventory of the EUA031 Campus Buildings and Spaces Photograph Collection, 0000 - 0000
EUA031


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Elon University



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Contact Information:

Belk Library Archives and Special Collections
Elon University
2550 Campus Box
Elon, North Carolina
27244
336-278-6599
Email: belkarchives@elon.edu
URL: http://www.elon.edu/e-web/library/libraryinfo/archiveinfo.xhtml

Descriptive Summary

Repository: Elon University. Belk Library Archives and Special Collections
Creator: Elon University
Title: EUA031 Campus Buildings and Spaces Photograph Collection, 0000 - 0000
Language of Material: Material in English
Location: The collection is located in the Carol Grotnes Belk Library Archives and Special Collections at Elon University. Please contact the Archivist and Special Collections Librarian for further details about the location.
Abstract: This is a collection of photographs that depict various buildings and spaces on the campus of Elon University and other local geographic locations. The majority of the photographs and the content represented are from the 20th century. The collection is arranged into five boxes and two oversize flat file cabinet drawers. The photographs are arranged alphabetically by given name. Please refer to the section below titled "Detailed Description of the Collection" for more specific information about what is included in the collection.
Extent: 11 linear feet, 5 boxes and 2 oversize flat file cabinet drawers

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Administrative Information

Access Restrictions

Collection is open for research.


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Copyright Notice

The nature of the Archives and Special Collections of Belk Library means that copyright or other information about restrictions may be difficult or even impossible to determine despite reasonable efforts. The Archives and Special Collections of Belk Library claims only physical ownership of most materials. The materials from our collections are made available for use in research, teaching, and private study, pursuant to the U.S. Copyright Law. The user must assume full responsibility for any use of the materials, including but not limited to, infringement of copyright and publication rights of reproduced materials. Any materials used for academic research of otherwise should be fully credited with the source.


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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], EUA031 Campus Buildings and Spaces Photograph Collection, Belk Library Archives and Special Collections, Elon University, Elon, NC, USA.


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Gift or Purchase Note

Unknown. Materials collected and assembled over many years to form collection.


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Accession Information

Not applicable


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Processing Information

Processed by Katie Nash, June, 2012

Encoded by Katie Nash, July, 2012


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Arrangement

The collection is arranged into five boxes and two oversize flat file cabinet drawers. The photographs are arranged alphabetically by given name.


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Online Catalog Headings

These and related materials may be found under the following headings in online catalogs.

Elon University -- Photographs.
Elon College -- Photographs.
Elon College -- History.
Elon University -- History.
Elon University -- Archival resources.

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Related Material

Please consult with the Archivist and Special Collections Librarian for additional information about related materials to this collection.

Detailed Description of the Collection

Box 1. A-CL.
44 Folders.
Academic Village.
Acorn Coffee Shop.
Administration Building (Old Main).
Aerial Views of Campus Number 1.
Aerial Views of Campus Number 2.
Aerial Views of Campus Number 3.
Alamance Building Number 1.
Alamance Building Number 2.
Alamance Building Number 3.
Alamance Building Number 4.
Alamance Building Number 5.
Alamance Building Number 6.
Alan White Bell Tower.
Alumni Memorial Gymnasium.
Amick House.
Apartments owned by Elon.
Arts West--Library Technical Services.
Atkinson House.
Atkinson House (Little).
Atkinson/Truitt House.
Bailey Conference Room.
Bakatsias Field.
Barn. See Mr. Rich's Barn.
Barney House.
Baxter House. See Lawrence/Baxter/Haggard Avenue House.
Beck Pool. See Koury Center-Beck Pool.
Belk (Carol Grotnes) Library Number 1.
Belk (Carol Grotnes) Library Number 2.
Belk (Carol Grotnes) Library Number 3.
Belk (Irwin) Track.
Boiler replacement (putting in gas lines across campus).
Brannock House.
Butler House.
Byrd House.
Campus Scenes.
Campus Security Building.
Cannon (Isabella) Pavilion.
Career Planning and Placement Center (Coakley House).
Carlton Building.
Carolina Residence Hall.
Chandler (Wallace) Fountain/Plaza Area.
Church History Special Collections Room (Carlton and McEwen Buildings).
Club House.
Clem House (Human Resources Building).
Box 2. Co-La.
63 Folders.
Colclough (George), Chandler (Wallace), Maynard (Reid A. and Grace) Residence Hall. Story Center.
Colclough House.
Colonnades (Archways) Number 1.
Colonnades (Archways) Number 2.
Comer Field.
Cox/McAdams House (also Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity House).
Crumpton House.
Danieley (James Earl) Center.
Danieley Family House.
Darden House.
Dining Hall (Temporary kitchen attached to Mooney Building).
Duke Building.
East Gym.
East Residence Hall.
Elder Clock.
Ellington (R.N.) Health Center.
Elon Homes for Children-Buildings.
Elon Middle/High School (also known as East Building).
Faculty House.
Financial Planning Building/House.
Fine Arts Building (Center for the Arts) Number 1.
Fine Arts Building (Center for the Arts) Number 2.
Fogleman (L.E.) House.
Fonville (Frances and Rudy) Fountain/Scott Plaza.
Gates, Walls, and Entrances at Elon.
Gazebos. See Old Well.
Gibsonville Storage Unit.
Greek Houses (Loy Center).
Greenhouses.
Haggard Avenue House. See Lawrence/Baxter/Haggard Avenue House.
Harden Dining Hall.
Harper (William Allen) Center (Staley and Moffitt Residence Halls, and Harden Dining Hall).
Harper (William Allen) House.
Holland House.
Holt (William Kirkpatrick and Maud May) Chapel.
Home Economics Demonstration House.
Hook (Alonzo Lohr), Brannock (Ned Faucette), Barney (John W.) Residence Hall.
Hook (Alonzo Lohr) Houses.
Horton House.
Houses owned by Elon.
Hunt (Rector and Mildred) Field.
Hunter House.
Intramural Fields.
Johnston (Charles David) Hall. See Elon Homes for Children-Buildings.
Jordan Center (Residence Hall).
Jordan (B. Everett) Gymnasium. See Koury Center-Jordan Gym.
Kernodle House.
Koury (Ernest A. Sr.) Business Center.
Koury Center Number 1.
Koury Center Number 2.
Koury Center-Alumni Memorial Gymnasium. See Alumni Memorial Gymnasium.
Koury Center-Beck Pool.
Koury Center-Jordan Gym.
Koury Center-Stewart Fitness Center.
Koury (John A.) Field House.
Ladies Cooperative Residence Hall.
Lake Mary Nell (Mary Nell Jennings).
Lake Verona (Verona Danieley, Danieley Center).
Lambeth Duplex.
Lambeth House.
Latham (Walter C.) Park.
Law School Building in Greensboro, NC. See Weaver, H. Michael.
Lawrence/Baxter/Haggard Avenue House.
Box 3. Le-R.
48 Folders.
Learning Resource Center.
Lighthouse Tavern.
Lindner (Martha S. and Carl H. III) Hall. Academic Village.
Long (William Samuel) Building.
Long (William Samuel and family) House.
Loy (Bill and Lib) Center. See Greek Houses.
Maps (Campus).
Maynard (Reid A. and Grace) House Number 1.
Maynard (Reid A. and Grace) House Number 2.
McEwen (James H.) Dining Hall.
McEwen (Iris Holt) Building (Library and School of Communications) Number 1.
McEwen (Iris Holt) Building (Library and School of Communications) Number 2.
McKinnon Field.
McMichael (Dalton L. Sr.) Science Center Number 1.
McMichael (Dalton L. Sr.) Science Center Number 2.
Mills House.
Miscellaneous Buildings (all identified).
Moffitt (Emmett Leonidas) Residence Hall. See Harper Center.
Moonelon Conference Center. The Lodge.
Mooney (Isaac) Building (formerly known as the Christian Education Building) Number 1.
Mooney (Isaac) Building (formerly known as the Christian Education Building) Number 2.
Mooney (Isaac) Building (formerly known as the Christian Education Building) Number 3.
Morgan House (Old Farm House, Elon College Farm).
Moseley (Furman) Center Number 1.
Moseley (Furman) Center Number 2.
Moseley (Furman) Center Number 3.
Museum (formerly inside the Old Main Administration Building).
Neese House.
New Well.
Newman House.
Newsome (Webb and Jessie) Field.
North Residence Hall (also known as Alumni Building).
North Hall (formerly attached to Mooney Building).
O'Kelly Avenue. Elon, North Carolina.
O'Kelly (James) Monument.
Oak Hill Apartments.
Old Well.
Parish (the). Elon Community Church.
Powell (Caroline E.) Building.
Powell (Jimmy) Tennis Center.
Power Plants at Elon.
Prayer Room.
President's House. See Maynard House.
Reynolds House.
Rhodes (Dusty and Peggy) Stadium.
Mr. Rich's Barn.
ROTC House.
Rudd Field.
Box 4. S-Z.
24 Folders.
Senior Oak Tree.
Sheridan Apartments.
Sloan (William W. and Bessie Pickett) Residence Hall.
Smith House.
Smith (Leon Edgar) Residence Hall.
Softball Field.
Staley (William Wesley) Residence Hall. See Harper Center.
Steam and Heat Pipes across campus.
Stewart Fitness Center. See Koury Center.
Trollinger Street Apartments.
Truitt (Vera Richardson) Center for Religious and Spiritual Life.
Veterans Court Apartments.
Virginia Residence Hall.
Water Tower.
Waters House.
Weaver, H. Michael Law School Building. Greensboro, North Carolina.
Wellness Center.
West Residence Hall.
Westend Station.
White (Alan and Norma) Field.
Whitley (Leonard H.) Building and Auditorium Number 1.
Whitley (Leonard H.) Building and Auditorium Number 2.
Winborne/Parker/Benton House.
Young (Fred and Phyllis) Commons.
Cabinet 1, Drawer 7. Oversize flat file cabinet. A-C.
7 Folders.
Academic Village.
Administration Building (Old Main).
Aerial Views of Campus.
Alamance Building.
Alamance County Courthouse.
Campus Views.
Carolina Residence Hall.
Cabinet 1, Drawer 8. Oversize flat file cabinet. D-W.
12 Folders.
Duke Building.
East Residence Hall.
Gates, Walls, and Entrances at Elon.
Harper (William Allen) Center (Staley and Moffitt Residence Halls, and Harden Dining Hall).
Ladies Cooperative Residence Hall.
Long (William Samuel and family) House.
McEwen (James H.) Dining Hall.
McEwen (Iris Holt) Building (Library and School of Communications).
Mooney (Isaac) Building (formerly known as the Christian Education Building).
North Residence Hall (also known as Alumni Building).
West Residence Hall.
Whitley (Leonard H.) Building and Auditorium