UA 1007 Joseph C. Nelson photographs of Brigham Young University
The Brigham Young University Archives is pleased to announce the availability of a new digital collection: UA 1007 Joseph C. Nelson photographs of the Brigham Young University. Joseph C. Nelson was a student at Brigham Young University and took photographs documenting campus life in the 1920s. His subjects included the early university mascots (two live cougars named Cleo and Tarbo), the Heber J. Grant Library, lower campus, and various student activities. The images dates from 1920 to 1929.
The easiest way to access the images is through the finding aid which is available through the BYU Finding aids website. Search for “UA 1007” or “Joseph C. Nelson.” Once you are in the finding aid, click the folder titles in the navigation menu. You can then access the digital images by clicking on the thumbnail image in the search results.
You can also go directly to the finding aid for UA 1007 and scroll through the list of images or search within the collection. Once you have located the image(s) that you are interested in, click on the thumbnail to access the digital file of photographs. Each thumbnail represents the digitized contents of a folder of photographs. Go ahead and see what you can find.
If you have any questions about this digital collection, please contact the University Archivist at (801) 422-5821 or firstname.lastname@example.org