February 4 - April 2, 2011
Inside the anonymous-looking rows of gray boxes that house the Milne Special Collections and Archives manuscript collections lurk thousands of fascinating photographs ranging in form from tintype to digitally produced images. Some of these photographs support the history told in the manuscript boxes that contain them, while others stand on their own as art collections. The stories behind the photos and why UNH owns them are as varied as the collections themselves.
The exhibit featured approximately 60 photographs including works by German photographers Lotte Jacobi and Ursula Wolff Schneider. Also on display were examples of glass plate negatives, daguerreotypes, and historic equipment.
To reduce the damaging effects of light, photographs from these collections were displayed for brief periods of time only.
Please visit our Photo Collections page for more information.