Classification Schedule for Photograph Collection

Collection Overview

Title: Classification Schedule for Photograph Collection

Record Series: 29

Inventory

Photograph Collection, 492 boxes, 203.5 linear feet.


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UNIVERSITY OF NORTHERN IOWA ARCHIVES

Subject Classification for Photograph Collection

This is a guide to the reorganized photograph collection in the UNI Archives. This collection includes most of the photographs in the Archives but occasionally there are photographs incorporated into the rest of the Archives collection. To gain access to this latter category of photographs, see the UNI Archives Classification Schedule.

Please note that some of the subject titles were created by the photographer and/or office. Such titles have been retained to maintain the creator's work.

ACT - Student Activities
ALU - Alumni and Development
ATH - Athletics
BOR - UNI State Governing Boards
BUI - Buildings
CAM - Campus Scenes
COL - Colleges
  0 Miscellaneous
  1 - Social and Behavioral Sciences
  2 - Education
  3 - Humanities & Fine Arts
EXT - Extension (continuing education)
FAC - Faculty, Staff, and Administrators (and their families
MIL - Military
MISC - Miscellaneous
N-AC - Nonacademic Personnel & Services
N-UN - Non-university
ORG - Student Organizations
PLS - Price Laboratory School
PRE - Presidents (and their families)
STU - Students (and their families)
UNF - Unidentified
VIS - Visitors
Large Photographs and Slides

ACT - Student Activities

  • 1.  Mayday
  • 2.  Balls, Proms, Dances, Parties
  • 3.  Homecoming
  • 4.  Queens
  • 5.  Religious
  • 6.  Commencement and Convocations
  • 7.  Plays
    • 7.01 Behind the Scenes
    • 7.02 Labeled
    • 7.03 Play Production / Studio Work
    • 7.04 Staff / Behind the Scenes
    • 7.05 Student Directed
    • 7.06 Student Staff
    • 7.07 Unlabeled
  • 8.  Old Gold Beauties
  • 9.  Registration and Orientation
  • 10.  Tutor Ticklers
  • 11.  Campus Life
  • 12.  Classroom Activities
  • 13.  Student Employment & Students in Cooperative Education
  • 14.  Scholarships & Awards
  • 15.  Student Teaching
  • 16.  Dorm Life
    • 16.01 Moving In
    • 16.02 Resident Assistants
  • 17.  Christmas
  • 18.  Wine & Dine
  • 19.  Charitable Fund Raising/Work
  • 20.  SUN! DAZE
  • 21.  Minority Groups
  • 22.  Dad's Day
  • 23.  Mother's Day
  • 24.  Demonstrations, Marches, Petitions
  • 25.  Parent's Weekend/Family Weekend
  • 26.  Camp Adventure
  • 27.  New Student Picnic/Bash
  • 28.  Exercise Classes
  • 29.  Job/Career Fairs
  • 30.  Cinco de Mayo
  • 31.  Kwanzaa
  • 32.  FUNION
  • 33.  Halloween
  • 34.  Miscellaneous

ALU - Alumni & Development

  • 1.  Individuals & Groups (also unidentified)
  • 2.  Class Reunions
  • 3.  Awards
  • 4.  Staff & Foundation
  • 5.  Parents Association
  • 6.  USAA/SAA
  • 7.  Publications & Promotions
  • 8.  Development

 

ATH - Athletics

1.  Women's Athletics (See also--COL 2-6)

  • 1.01 Basketball
  • 1.02 Field Hockey
  • 1.03 Golf
  • 1.04 Archery
  • 1.05 Tennis
  • 1.06 Swimming
  • 1.07 Winter Sports & misc. activities (i.e. sledding, skiing)
  • 1.08 Softball
  • 1.09 Dance
  • 1.10 Gymnastics
  • 1.11 Volleyball
  • 1.12 Track
  • 1.13 Intramurals
  • 1.14 Wrestling
  • 1.15 Canoeing and Camping
  • 1.16 Ice Skating
  • 1.17 Soccer
  • 1.18 Cross Country
  • 1.19 Club Sports
  • 1.20 Logos
  • 1.21 Miscellaneous

2. Men's Athletics (See also--COL 2-6)

  • 2.01 Basketball
  • 2.02 I-Club
  • 2.03 Baseball
  • 2.04 Track & Field
  • 2.05 Wrestling
  • 2.06 Football
  • 2.07 Tennis
  • 2.08 Golf
  • 2.09 Swimming
  • 2.10 Gymnastics
  • 2.11 Volleyball
  • 2.12 Judo
  • 2.13 Rugby
  • 2.14 Soccer
  • 2.15 Hockey
  • 2.16 Intramurals​
  • 2.17 Cross Country
  • 2.18 Club Sports
  • 2.19 Miscellaneous

3. Cheerleaders, Mascots, Dance Squad

4. Sports Information

5. Administration, Coaches, Staff

6. Tailgating

7. Athletic Fundraising

 

BOR - UNI State Governing Boards

  • 1.  Groups
  • 2.  Individuals
  • 3.  Publications & Promotions

 

BUI - Buildings

Located under this classification are photographs of campus buildings. They are arranged alphabetically by the latest name of the building. These photos also include activities in specific buildings. Note: Subheadings listed below buildings are for folders in addition to exterior and interior photo folders for those buildings.

  • 1.  Administration (Old)
    • 1.01 Library
  • 2.  Alumni House (See also-Home Management House)
  • 3.  Annex (WWII barracks) Anthropology Resource Center Art II
  • 4.  Auditorium (See-Lang Hall)
  • 5.  Baker (formerly Seerley-Baker)
    • 5.01 Construction
    • 5.02 Connection between Baker & Seerley
    • 5.03 Seerley Section
  • 6.  Bartlett Hall
  • 7.  Dining Facilities
  • 8.  Baseball Stadium
  • 9.  Bender Hall (See also--Towers)
  • 10.  Biology Annex
  • 11.  Biology Research Center
  • 12.  Boarding Houses (See also--STU-4 Rooming House Groups; CAM-7 College Hill)
  • 13.  Business Building (See-Curris Business Building)
  • 14.  Campanile (See--CAM-3) Digital copies can be accessed Here.
  • 15.  Campbell Hall
    • 15.01 Construction
    • 15.02 Dedication
  • 16. Carriage Barn
  • 17. Center for Energy and Environmental Education (CEEE)
    • 17.01 Construction
    • 17.02 Dedication
  • 18.  Central Hall
  • 19.  Ceramics Studio
  • 20.  College Courts (See also--Hillside Courts; South Courts; Sunset Village; Married Student Housing)
  • 21.  Commons
    • 21.01 Porch
    • 21.02 Addition
    • 21.03 Fountain Room
    • 21.04 Dining Services (See also-- Bartlett­ Dining Facilities)
    • 21.05 "Ma Commons" Communication Arts Center Crossroads
  • 22.  Curris Business Building (video)
    • 22.01 Construction
  • 23.  Dancer Hall (See also--Towers)
  • 24.  Drivers Training Range
  • 25.  East Gymnasium (See--Gymnasium-East)
  • 26.  Education Center (See-Schindler Education Center)
  • 27.  Ethnic Minorities Cultural and Educational Center (originally President's Cottage)
  • 28.  Family Housing (See--College Courts; Hillside Courts; Married Student Housing; South Courts; Sunset Village)
  • 29.  Foreign Language Annex
  • 30.  Gallagher-Bluedorn Performing Arts Center (VJ
    • 30.01 Construction
    • 30.02 Dedication
  • 31.  Gilchrist (originally South Hall)
    • 31.01 Demolition
  • 32.  Gilchrist (Administration)
    • 32.01 Construction and Dedication
    • 32.02 Cornerstone
  • 33.  Golf Course
  • 34.  Greenhouse
  • 35.  Gymnasium - East (formerly Women's Gymnasium)
    • 35.01 Pool
  • 36.  Gymnasium - West (formerly Men's Gymnasium)
  • 37.  Hagemann Hall (See also--Regents Complex; Redeker Center)
    • 37.01 Dedication
  • 38.  Health Center (See--Student Health Center) Hillside Courts (See also--College Courts; Married Student Housing; South Courts; Sunset Village)
  • 39.  Home Management House (formerly home of Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds) (See also-Alumni House)
  • 40.  Industrial Technology Center
  • 41.  Jennings Courts
  • 42.  Kamerick Art Building
  • 43.  Lang Hall (formerly Auditorium)
  • 44.  Latham Hall (formerly Arts & Industries)
    • 44.01 Construction (See also--Annex)
  • 45.  Latham Stadium
  • 46.  Lawther Hall
    • 46.01 Construction
  • 47.  Library - Construction (Rod Library)
    • 47.01 Fourth Floor Addition
  • 48.  Library (Rod Library)
    • 48.01 Interior, "Dichotomy", Staff
    • 48.02 Exterior

                 (See also--Administration (Old)-as Library; Seerley-as Library)

  • 49.  McCollum Science Hall
    • 49.01 Construction
  • 50.  McElroy Hall
  • 51.  McLeod Center
  • 52.  Married Student Housing (See also--College Courts; Hillside Courts; South Courts; Sunset Village)
    • 52.01 Co-op Grocery
  • 53.  Marshall Center School​
  • 54.  Maucker Union
    • 54.01 Construction
    • 54.02 Art Collection
    • 54.03 Colombian Room
    • 54.04 Plaza
    • 54.05 Activities
      • 54.05.01 Funion
      • 54.05.02 Musical Christmas
      • 54.05.03 Birthdays and Anniversaries

                 (See also--CAM-11 Circle)

  • 55.  Messersmith, Mark Track Complex Museum
    • 55.01 1876-1967 (Old Admin. And Seerley Hall location)
    • 55.02 1968-1985 (Physical Plant Building location)
    • 55.03 1986-   (Hudson Road location)
  • 56.  Noehren Hall (See also--Regents Complex; Redeker Center)
    • 56.01 Construction and Dedication
  • 57.  Nursery School
  • 58.  Observatory
  • 59.  Old Administration (See--Administration (Old))
  • 60.  Outdoor Track and Field Facility
  • 61.  Overpass - Hudson Road
  • 62.  Physical Education Center
  • 63.  Physical Plant
  • 64.  Physics
  • 65.  Power Plant (Original) Power Plant #1
  • 66.  Power Plant #2
  • 67.  President's Cottage (See--Ethnic Minorities Cultural and Educational Center) President's Home
  • 68.  Price Laboratory School (See-- PLS 3-1)
  • 69.  Psychology I (originally Laundry)
  • 70.  Racquetball Court
  • 71.  Redeker Center (See also--Hagemann Hall; Noehren Hall; Rider Hall; Shull Hall; Regents Complex)
    • 71.01 Construction and Dedication
    • 71.02 Dining Services
  • 72.  Regents Complex (See also--Hagemann Hall; Noehren Hall; Rider Hall; Shull Hall; Redeker Center)
    • 72.01 Construction
  • 73.  Residence on the Hill (ROTH)
  • 74.  Rider Hall (See also--Regents Complex; Redeker Center)
    • 74.01 Construction
  • 75.  Russell Hall
    • 75.01 Construction
    • 75.02 Move In
  • 76.  Sabin Hall (See also--Campus Training School in PLS photos)
  • 77.  Schindler Education Center (formerly Education Center)
    • 77.01 Construction and Dedication
  • 78.  Seerley Hall
    • 78.01 Murals
    • 78.02 Remodeling
  • 79.  Seerley Hall (as Library) (See also--Library; Administration (Old) as Library; for exterior shots See--Seerley Hall)
    • 79.01 Moving
    • 79/02 Reading Room
  • 80.  Shull Hall (See also--Regents Complex; Redeker Center)
  • 81.  South Courts (See also--College Courts; Hillside Courts; Married Student Housing; Sunset Village)
  • 82.  Speech/Art Complex (See--Communication Arts Center; Kamerick Art Building; Strayer­ Wood Theatre)
  • 83.  Strayer-Wood Theatre
  • 84.  Student Health Center
  • 85.  Sunset Village (See also--College Courts; Hillside Courts; Married Student Housing; South Courts)
  • 86.  Tennis Courts Towers
    • 86.01 Construction (See also--Bender Hall; Dancer Hall)

 

87.  UNI-CUE UNI-DOME

  • 87.01 Fundraising, Planning, Ground Breaking
  • 87.02 Dedication
  • 87.03 Activities
    • 87.03.01 10th Anniversary
    • 87.03.02 Athletic Events-Misc.
    • 87.03.03 Charity Events
    • 87.03.04 Circus
    • 87.03.05 Concerts
    • 87.03.06 High School Football Playoffs
    • 87.03.07 USA Jr. Wrestling
    • 87.03.08 Miscellaneous
  • 88.  Underpass - Hudson Road
  • 89.  Underpass - University Avenue
  • 90.  Union Craft Shop
  • 91.  Visitor Information Center
  • 92.  Wellness/Recreation Center
  • 93.  West Gymnasium (See--Gymnasium-West)
  • 94.  Wright Hall
  • 95.  Miscellaneous campus-owned buildings

 

CAM - Campus Scenes

  • 1.  Aerial Views
  • 2.  Panoramic Views
    • 2.01 From East
    • 2.02 From West
    • 2.03 From Southeast
    • 2.04 From Northeast
    • 2.05 From Northwest
    • 2.06 From Southwest
    • 2.07 From North
  • 3.  Campanile
  • 4.  Gateways (23rd & College, among others)
  • 5.  Cannons
  • 6.  Prexy's Pond
  • 7. College Hill
  • 8.  Campus Plans
  • 9.  Albums
  • 10.  Circle
  • 11.  Art on Campus (includes video)
  • 12.  Snow and winter scenes
  • 13.  Student transportation
  • 14.  Electronic Sign by UNI-Dome
  • 15.  Fall (season)
  • 17.  Spring (season)
  • 18.  Summer (season)
  • 19.  Miscellaneous

COL - Colleges

Photographs pertaining to specific departments are filed under the appropriate college:

  0 Miscellaneous
   (Nursing, etc.)

     0-1 Women's Studies

 

  1 - Social and Behavioral Sciences

     1 General

     1-4 Economics

     1-5 Geography

     1-6 History

     1-7 Design Family & Consumer Sciences

     1-8 Political Science

     1-9 Psychology

     1-10 Sociology & Anthropology

     1-12 Social Work

     1-15 Social Sciences

     1-16 Public Policy Institute

 

  2 - Education

     2-1 Dean's Office, Comp. Study

     2-2 Curriculum  & Instruction

     2-3 Ed. Psych. & Foundations

     2-4 Library Science

     2-5 Special Education

     2-6 Health, Physical Education & Leisure Services

     2-7 School Admin. & Counseling

     2-8 Educational Media

     2-12 Safety Education

     2-13 Learning Skills Center

     2-14 IRTS Laboratory

     2-15 Day Care Center

     2-16 Dept. of Teaching

     2-17 Regents Center for Early Developmental Education

     2-18 Kindergym

     2-19 Minorities in Teaching

     2-20 Partners in Education

 

  3 - Humanities & Fine Arts

     3 General

     3-2  Art

     3-3 English

     3-4 Modern Languages

     3-5 Music

     3-6 Philosophy & Religion

     3-7 Communication & Theatre

     3-8 Communicative Disorders

     3-10 Broadcast Services

     3-11 Humanities

     3-12 Art Gallery

     3-13 Communication Studies

 

EXT -  Extension (continuing education)

2 - Services

3 - County Superintendents

4 - Rural Education

5 - Individuals

6 - Military Science (ROTC)

7 - Courses

8 - Partners in Education (see also COL 2-20)

9 - Museum

 

FAC - Faculty, Staff, and Administrators (and their families)

1 - Unidentified

2 - Groups

3 - Individuals

4 - Awards

 

MIL  - Military

  • 1.  Student Battalion
  • 2.  World War I
  • 3.   American Expeditionary Force Photos from War Department
  • 4.  World War II
    • 4.01 WAVES
    • 4.02 Campus Activities
    • 4.03 Army Air Corps
    • 4.04 Post War activities

 

MISC - Miscellaneous

1 - Symbols and Seals

2 - Photo Studies

3 - Anniversaries and Special Events

4 - North American Review

5 - Outlook

6 - Northern Iowa Today

 

N-AC -  Nonacademic Personnel &

Services

  • 1.  Safety and Security
  • 2.  Plant Services
  • 3.  Personnel / Human Resource Services
  • 4.  Print Services
  • 5.  Computer Services
  • 6.  Health Services / Wellness Recreation Services
  • 7.  Dining Services
  • 8.  Placement and Career Services
  • 9.  Public Relations & Information
  • 10.  Department of Residence (housing)
  • 11.  Business Office
  • 12.  Registrar
  • 13.  Research
  • 14.  Credit Union
  • 15.  Counseling / Handicapped Services
  • 16.  Union (Maucker)
  • 17.  Academic Advising
  • 18.  Admissions
  • 19.  Clerical
  • 20.  Financial Aid
  • 21.  Affirmative Action
  • 22.  International Studies
  • 23.  Community Services Office
  • 24.  Cooperative Education
  • 25.  Iowa Waste Reduction Center
  • 26.  Office of Planning
  • 27.  Ag Based Industrial Lubricants (ABIL)
  • 28.  Iowa Plastics Technology Center
  • 29.  Conferences and Visitor Services
  • 30.  Telecommunications
  • 31.  Sue Fallon Exemplary Service Award
  • 32.  Regents Award for Excellence
  • 33.  Vice President of Administration and Finance Office
  • 34.  Vice President of Student Services Office
  • 35.  Center for Multicultural Education

 

N-UN - Non-university

1 - Cedar Falls

2 - Waterloo

5 - Government

6 - Iowa Scenes

7 - Miscellaneous People

8 - Miscellaneous Places

 

ORG -  Student Organizations

1 - Classes

2 - Government

3 - Greek

4 - Miscellaneous

5 - Literary Societies

6 - Musical

7 - Publications and Broadcasting

8 - Speech & Debate

9 - Religious

 

PLS - Price Laboratory School

Digitized images accessible in Rod Library Digital Collections. See Here.

1 - Model School (1890)

2 - Campus School

3 - Building's Structure

  1 - Exterior

  2 - Interior

  3 - Construction

  4 - Field House

4 - Dedication of PLS

5 - Centennial Celebration

6 - Elementary students

7 - Secondary students

8 - Athletics, P.E.

9 - Classroom Activities

10 - Drama

11 -Music/Band/Madrigal

12 - Nursery

13 - 90th Anniversary Party

14 - 8th Grade Camp

15 - Lab School Clinic, 1960

16 - Staff

Yearbook-Identified & Unidentified, Affiliated Schools

Yearbook-Unidentified

 

PRE - Presidents (and their families)

 

0 - President's Office and Staff

1 - Gilchrist

2 - Seerley

3 - Latham

4 - Price

5 - Maucker

6 - Kamerick

7 - Curris

8 - Koob (video)

9 - Allen

 

STU - Students (and their families)

1 - Individual

2 - Individual (unidentified)

3 - Foreign

4 - Rooming House Groups

5 - Minority

6 - Student Fathers

7 - Handicapped

8 - All-School

9 - Off-Campus

10 - Non-traditional

 

UNF - Unidentified

1 - UNI

2 - People outside UNI

3 -Places outside UNI

 

VIS - Visitors

Including visiting artists, lecturers, and performers; conference and institute leaders; and the audiences

1 - Individuals

2 - Groups

3 - Girls' State

4 - Colombian Exchange Program

5 - Elderhostel

6 - Model U.N.

7 - Upward Bound

8 - FBLA

9 - Cheerleading Workshops

10 - Project Headstart

11 - Prospective Teachers Day

12 - Athletic Camps

13 - Music Camps

 

Large Photographs and Slides
(also in 06/03/15--)

 

Slides:

 

Art, 1966

Business, 1966

Campus Scenes, 1957, 1960-73

Classroom Shots, 1957-61, 1962, 1966-7,

1973-4

Controversial  Speakers, 1958

Dorm Living, 1966

English, 1966, 1978

Industrial Technology, 1966

Maps and Sketches, 1962-70

Orientation and Registration, 1957-8, 1966

Physics, 1966

Student Activities, 1966, 1972-3, 1975

Theatre UNI, 1965, 1971, 1975

Traditional Events, 1957-8, 1960, 1964,

1966-8, 1973-4

 

Nursery School photographs in 25/05/01

 

Military Photos in 20/06/02

 

Drama Photos in 14/07/07, Boxes 8-13

 

Rural School related pictures (Lantern Slides, 06/03/17, see FA)

 


As of September, 1989, there are approximately 30,000 photographs in Special Collections


Web​ description created by Adjunct University Archivist Rachael Acheson, November 29, 2016. Linear feet updated on September 21, 2017

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