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Rice University Campanile yearbook records 1982, 1985 UA 316
In 1916, the first Campanile was created by the first class of graduating seniors. At this time, the Campanile resembled a typical yearbook with individual student photographs organized by class, along with photographs of faculty, organizations, major events, and sports. Following the creation of the residential college system in 1957, the staff began organizing the individual photographs by college. In the 1970s, the yearbook staff moved away from individual posed photographs and focused more on student life at the colleges.
This collection is divided into two subseries, one for 1982 and the other for 1985. The 1982 series is split into two subseries. The first subseries contains the photographs used in the yearbook with the folders divided into sections of 25 pages. It is important to note that there are missing photographs. The second subseries has the dummy sheets, which were used to plan out the yearbook pages and give specific directions to the printer. The 1985 series is organized like 1982, but does not have dummy sheets. It also has a more complete collection of photographs. In addition, there are a small number of photographs that were not used in the final version.
Overall, both series contain photographs of faculty, sports, organizations, and the residential colleges: Baker, Wiess, Will Rice, Brown, Jones, Hanszen, Lovett, and Sid Richardson.
Conditions Governing Access
This material is open for research.
Conditions Governing Use
Permission to publish from this material must be obtained from the Woodson Research Center, Fondren Library, Rice University.
Rice University Campanile yearbook records, 1982, 1985, UA 316, Woodson Research Center, Fondren Library, Rice University
Donated by John Gladu.
Additional materials are expected for this collection.