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Publication and creator information may be present with the prints. The photo prints were arranged in 2006-2007 by Special Collections students under supervision of Archivist Marcia Peri; photos of people were arranged alphabetically and the remaining prints were sorted by subject. The negatives and transparencies (1983-1987) are stored in the original file cabinets; depending on the year, they are arranged by date or by the last name of the photographer.

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