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 the 1910's and 1920's. They include a number of aerial photos of the campus, drawing on Stork’s experience as an aerial photographer in WWI. Many of the photographs collected by Stork document the earliest years of the College. The original photographs are housed in the College Archives.
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