Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: See From: Health care facilities, Health care institutions,Medical care facilities, Medical care institutions, Medical facilities
Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Photographs of construction, demolition and transporting a building. Also photos of the Mary Harris Auditorium and Medical Research Institute.
Dates: circa 1950-1980
Abstract Photographs and slides of the Diamond Building or Diamond Medical Research Institute. Most of the photoes appear to be pretty recent after construction in 1964 but two color negatives are dated July 1987 and a few photos seem to 1990s.
Abstract Two black and white photographs of The M. D. Fischman Memorial Building. Both front views.
Dates: circa 1980
Abstract Two photographs, one color and one b/w, of the Hut on the AMC campus. Also a slide of the Hut dated July 1987 and a contact sheet from which the b/w photos comes from. The color photo is lekely from 1996 given the watermark on the back "Kodak Official Sponsor of the Olympic Games" and the contatc sheet and large b/w photo are likely around 1980 based on the cars visible in the photo.
Dates: circa 1980-circa 1996
Abstract One 3 x 4 negative of the Mary Harris Auditorium Building, front entrance view. Exact date unknown.
Abstract Four color photographs of the Maurie L. Shore Helen Clair Goodwill Chapter Annex. Three are taken in Spring/summer with a print date of 09/00 on the back. One is during winter with snow on the ground, appears to be same time frame.
Dates: circa 2000
Abstract Photogrpahs and slides of the New York building ranging from the 1950s up to circa 2000. One ariel shot included.
Abstract One color photograph of the New York Ladies Auxiliary Paviliion. Picture taken in spring or summer.
Abstract Folder contains two 8 x 10 b/w duplicate photos of the Newsteter Builsing a two negative stirps with four pictures each of various buildings on the campus. Date based on cars shown in negatives.
Dates: circa 1980
Abstract Five photos of the Robinson Building or the Richard L. Robinson Family Finance and Administration Center. Two are in color. One portrait b/w photograph of Richard L. Robinson.