We seek to process, digitize, and rehouse approximately 20,000 photographs representing life on Centenaryâ€™s campus during the 20th century and 300 architectural drawings of various buildings on campus. These materials have grown exponentially over time without being processed and remain a largely inaccessible part of our collections. By digitizing these items and making them freely available, we will continue our efforts toward making collections open and accessible to scholars for research purposes as well as serving our students by providing examples of primary historical resources. These digitized collections would offer a unique window into the regionâ€™s local history as well as the study of womenâ€™s higher education in the 20th century.
Centenary College, Taylor Memorial Library
Mr. Timothy Domick
Mr. Nicholas Consales
Ms. Colleen Bain
1950 - 1990
The photographs and architectural drawings are focused primarily around Centenaryâ€™s campus, serving to document life of those living and working in the immediate and surrounding area.