The photograph below is from the University Archives Photographs Collection, AR-013. It features student working in the Sculpture Lab sometime in the 1960’s. Do any of these students look familiar to you? How about the projects they are working on? Do you have any of your own memories/experiences to share of working in this lab? Can anyone provide a more exact date or even identify the class? Any information regarding this photograph or your experiences in the Art Department in the 1960’s is welcome.
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The only information we have on this undated photograph from the University Archives is the label “Arboretum”. Who are these two men? What are they looking at? Where in the Arboretum are they? Are they discussing expansion plans for the Arboretum? The Arboretum has grown and changed throughout the years as much as the campus itself. We would greatly appreciate any information you could provide on this photograph. And if you have a moment stop by and enjoy the gardens and plant collections yourself.
Special Collections announces that the following collections have been processed during October 12, 2012-March 1, 2013 and now have finding aids on the Online Archive of California (OAC).
The collections that are marked with an asterisk were processed as part of our participation in the project, Uncovering California’s Environmental Collections: A Collaborative Approach. This project was funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and administered by the Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR), Cataloging Hidden Special Collections and Archives program. The Nikola P. Prokopovich Papers were also processed as part of this project.
To view any of these finding aids, click on the collection name which will automatically take you to finding aid on the OAC site. To view the list of all UCD finding aids on OAC, click here.
Institute of Governmental Affairs Collection (University Archives)
Student Clubs and Activities (University Archives)