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Photographs of Paul Combs, class of 1929

 Unprocessed Material
Identifier: yhm-arc-2011-006

Content Description

52 photographs, 1916-1929, mostly of Hamilton College: 27 photos of buildings; 3 photos of groups of men; 22 photos of landscapes and monuments. Includes photos by White Studio, NY, many reproduced in the 1929 Hamiltonian. Subjects include Upperclassman Council (including Combs); Root Glen, Grant Garden, Homestead, College Hill Road, campus views, golf course, woods, valleys, reservoir, cannons, flagpole, gatepost, Commons, Buttrick, Root Hall, fountain, Truax, Carnegie, statue, North, Chapel, Kirkland, South, Benedict, Science, President's House, Rogers Estate, fraternity houses including Psi Upsilon.

Acquisition Type



Amy Parker, grandniece of Paul Combs, found the photos in her mother's attic. Paul Combs was class of 1929 and on newspaper staff; later he was a teacher in the Ithaca area.

Restrictions Apply



  • 1929


.2 Linear Feet (1 folder)

  • Photographs Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings