Subseries 1.2
Emory College and Oxford College campus, 1903-1973 and undated
Boxes 54 and 62; OP 39, 40 and 75; and XOP 11 and 12

Scope and Content Note

Subseries includes photographs of the buildings and campus of Emory College and Oxford College of Emory University, in Oxford, Ga. There are also some photographs of the town of Oxford and buildings therein, including photographs of college presidents' personal residences.

Arrangement Note

Arranged in roughly alphabetical order.

Box Folder Content
54 5 Administration Building (demolished 1872)
54 6 Allen Memorial Church (built 1910)
54 7 Aerial views
62 10 Assorted campus views Reprints and duplicate of postcard
54 8 Branham House
54 9 Buildings, unidentified
54 10 Campus views
XOP 11 Campus views, panoramic (1 of 3)
XOP 12 Campus views, panoramic (2 of 3)
XOP 31 Campus views, panoramic (3 of 3)
54 11 Campus views: Construction, 1903
54 12 Campus views: Methodist historical sites
54 13 Candler Hall (built 1898)
54 14 Candler Hall: Renovation dedication, 1971
54 15 Candler Hall: Renovation, 1970
54 16 Dormitories, circa 1959
54 17 Few Hall (built 1851)
54 18 Few Monument
54 19 Florida Hall
54 20 Gymnasium
54 21 Haygood Hall
54 22 Haygood home Home of Atticus Greene Haygood, Emory College president.
54 23 Hearn Nature Trail, 1978
54 24 Hoke O'Kelley Library
54 25 Humanities Hall
54 26 Language Hall
54 27 Longstreet Quarters
54 28 Means home Home of Alexander Means, Emory College president.
54 29 Memorials and monuments
54 30 Old Emory Chapel (built 1875)
54 31 Old Emory Church (built 1841)
54 32 Oxford, Ga., undated
54 33 Phi Gamma Hall (built 1851)
54 34 Pierce Hall [original]
54 35 Presidents' Home
54 36 Seney Hall (built circa 1884)
OP 40 Seney Hall (built circa 1884)
54 37 Seney Hall bell
OP 39 Seney Hall bell
54 38 Seney Hall cornerstone laying, circa 1884
54 39 Stone House Home of George W. W. Stone, Emory College faculty member.
OP 74 Unidentified building, circa 1950
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