Series F-61-1 - Photographic material

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Photographic material

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  • Source of title proper: Title supplied by the archivist based on the contents of the series.

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F-61-1

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  • 1971 - 1998 (Creation)

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Physical description

Analog originals:
ca. 3300 photographs : contact sheets
ca. 66000 photographs : negatives

Digitized copies:
ca. 630 photographs : contact sheets (ca. 200 GB, pdf, tiff)

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Scope and content

Series consists of photographs made by staff photographers in the department. Initially the Information Office relied on the Instructional Media Centre for photographs for its publications, but in 1972 it began to take its own photos. Photography subjects focus on newsworthy people, places and events at Simon Fraser University, as well as portraits of alumni, faculty, staff and students. From 1972 to 2000, the department created and managed its photographs in analog format, as contact sheets and negatives (sub-series 4). Around 2000, the department switched digital photography (sub-series 5, not yet processed).

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Arrangement

In the initial arrangement of the fonds in 1998, the Archives organized photographic material into separate sub-series for contact sheets (F-61-1-1) and negatives (F-61-1-2), reflecting the physical separation by which they were originally maintained (in separate sets of binders). Later, an accrual of a duplicate set of contact sheets and negatives was assigned to its own separate sub-series (F-61-1-3). In 2022, the Archives discontinued this arrangement, replacing these three sub-series with a single unit for the analog materials (F-61-1-4) in order to better incorporate descriptive data about the images from the legacy Photo Index database, which is organized by contact sheet number (see sub-series F-61-1-4, notes on Arrangement and Finding aids). The archivist created a separate sub-series (F-61-1-5) for digital photographs created from 2000 on; transfers have been received but not yet processed.

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  • English

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Restrictions on access

The records are open with no access restrictions.

Terms governing use, reproduction, and publication

Copyright in photographs made SFU employees belongs to SFU. The Archives provides access to these materials under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial license (CC BY-NC). Exceptions (third-party protected materials) are noted in file-level descriptions where applicable. For use of materials under a CC license, see the fonds description, note on Terms governing use.

Finding aids

A photo index is available for the analog materials; see sub-series 4.

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Associated materials

For other large sets of university-related photographs, see series F-18-1 in the Learning and Instructional Development fonds and series F-17-1 in the Peak Publications Society fonds (links below).

Accruals

Further accruals are expected. Two transfers of born-digital photographs (2000-2020) have been received but not yet processed; they will be arranged in sub-series 5.

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RAD July 2008 edition

Status

Revised

Level of detail

Full

Dates of creation, revision and deletion

Revision history:

  • December 1998 : series first arranged and described.
  • February 2022: series re-arranged, sub-series 1-3 retired, replaced by sub-series 4; sub-series 5 added but materials not yet processed (Richard Dancy).

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  • English

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