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Carleton Art in the South Pacific - Drawings

This collection contains examples of drawings done on the Studio Art South Pacific program between the years 1996 and 2013.  The program is led by Fred Hagstrom who travels with students to the Cook Islands, New Zealand and Australia every other year.  The drawings are done on site, often in national parks, in sketchbooks that are …

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Carleton Art in the South Pacific - Drawings

Carleton College Academic Catalogs

 

Carleton College Academic Catalogs are prepared each summer for the following year. Carleton printed its first Academic Catalog in 1867 and each thereafter until 2009. In this collection we have attached a copy of the Schedule of Classes for each year 1959-2009. These schedules provide information about course additions and …

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Carleton College Academic Catalogs

Carleton College Historical Documents

 

The Carleton Archives was established in 1967 to preserve the history of Carleton College, Northfield. This growing digital collection comprises a variety of materials relating to the history of Carleton College, campus development, and buildings. Included are early campus maps, blueprints & architectural drawings for campus …

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Carleton College Historical Documents

Carleton College Postcard Collection

 

The Carleton College postcard collection includes 231 postcards with images of Carleton College, the town of Northfield, Minnesota, and related subjects from the first half of the twentieth century. The collection contains a variety of postcard types including real photo cards; address-only and divided-back cards; and landscape …

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Carleton College Postcard Collection

Carleton College Stork Photograph Collection

 

Harvey E. Stork (1890-1959), Carleton professor of botany from 1920 to 1955, took hundreds of photographs of the Carleton campus, students, faculty, and campus life. The 1135 photos in this collection were taken by or collected by Stork and were given to the College upon his death. The majority of the photographs taken by Stork span …

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Carleton College Stork Photograph Collection

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Purpose of Carleton Digital Collections

Carleton's Digital Collections (CDC) provide access to digital materials in support of curricular and research activities. New collections are reviewed and added if they fit within one of these categories:

  • Materials particularly related and unique to Carleton College;
  • Materials used for curriculum and research support;
  • Materials particularly related to local history, such as Northfield or Rice County.

If you have or are aware of collections that need to be digitized or are already digitized but could be a good fit for CDC, please contact a member of the Digitization Team at digitalcollections@carleton.edu

 

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