TriArte features art and artifacts from Bryn Mawr, Haverford, and Swarthmore Colleges. For finding photographs, you can enter the photographer's name in the Quick Search box. You can see Haverford's full holdings by choosing Browse the Collection by College and then Photographs. The Filter Results give listings for individual photographers.
Note too that different information is displayed about a photo according to the View you choose.
ArtStor presents a rich collection of digital images drawn from colleges, universities and museums. It has the majority of the material you will find in TriArte, but with higher quality scans of our photography collection. At the top of the page, click on "Enter Artstor Digital Library" and either login or sign up at the top of the page.
Enter, for example, a photographer's name in the search box and choose "Haverford College Image Collections" in the second box. Compare this version of the Subway Rider with the photo on this page from Triarte.
This listing of prints in the collection is available in the Reference Room at Magill Library. Note that the supplement is arranged in four sections by the year the print was acquired.
Includes information on photographic technique and photographers' life span. The coverage ends with photographs acquired in 2012. For updates on newly acquired photographs, see the paper copy of the list kept in Special Collections which is updated with hand-written notes.
This groundbreaking series explores representations of Africans and their descendants from Antiquity to the present era. Note the volume for Part 5 which deals with the rise of black artists. It marks an essential shift in the series and focuses on representation of blacks by black artists in the West. The essays shed light on topics such as photography, jazz, the importance of political activism to the shaping of black identities.
The Self in Black and White is a fascinating and original study of the ways in which notions about race and the self were formed, perpetuated, and contested in American photography during the 1950s, ’60s, and ’70s, with an emphasis on images of the civil rights movement and the War on Poverty.