On Display December 3, 2018 - February 28, 2019
Open daily in the Majestic Theater Art Gallery
This exhibit gives a glimpse of life at Gettysburg College campus as it appeared during the College’s first 100 years and how it appears today. All of the black and white photographs on display are exhibited courtesy of Special Collections & College Archives at Gettysburg College. The color photos are courtesy of the College’s Communications & Marketing department as well as the Athletic Communications department.
Four of the early images in this exhibit were created by battlefield photographer William Howard Tipton, a Gettysburg native who apprenticed with local photographers Charles and Isaac Tyson. Several of the other photographs have appeared in early twentieth century publications of the Spectrum, Gettysburg College’s yearbook.
This exhibit runs from December through February 2019.
This exhibit is presented in partnership with Gettysburg College's Musselman Library.
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