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Richard Riker Photograph Collection | University of Miami University Archives

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Predominant Dates:1960s

ID: ASUXXXX

Creator: Riker, Richard W.

Extent: 1.0 Boxes

Arrangement:

Folder 1 - Color Slides, circa June 1962 (Richter Library under construction, Coral Gables campus buildings)

Folder 2 - Color Negatives, circa January and February 1964 (Aerial view of Coral Gables campus, Homecoming)

Folder 2a - B/W negatives, circa 1960-1962 (Various buildings and people on Coral Gables campus)

Folder 3 - Color Photos (Homecoming, circa February 1964)

Folder 4 - Color Photos (Aerial Views of Coral Gables Campus, circa February 1964)

Folder 5 - B/W Photos (Rainy Day on Coral Gables Campus, circa October 1960)

Folder 6 - B/W Photos (Carnigra, Church, and Misc. Images, No Date)

Folder 7 - Correspondence, Deed of Gift (2017)

Date Acquired: 01/31/2017

Languages: English

Abstract

The collection consists of over 100 images taken in the early 1960s by Richard Riker, who was a photographer for Ibis when he studied at the University of Miami.

Scope and Contents of the Materials

The collection consists of over 100 images taken in the early 1960s by Richard Riker, who was a photographer for Ibis when he studied at the University of Miami.

Biographical Note

Richard W. Riker was a photographer for Ibis when he studied at the University of Miami.  He was the President of Gamma Theta Upsilon for the academic year 1964-65.  He received his B.A. in 1964.

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University of Miami - History

Administrative Information

Access Restrictions: Open

Use Restrictions: University of Miami Libraries hold rights.

Acquisition Source: Donation

Acquisition Method: Donor contacted us in January 2017 asking if we would like to receive his pictures taken in early 1960s.

Related Materials: University of Miami Historical Photograph Collection For more information please see http://merrick.library.miami.edu/digitalprojects/photographs.php.




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