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Indiana University students assembled on the Old Crescent

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According to page 1 of the April 15, 1913 edition of The Indiana Daily Student all students and faculty were to report to the area of Kirkwood Observatory after their 9:00a.m. classes with the photograph to be taken at 10:00a.m. The photographer, F. E. Fuller, is quoted about the camera used: "The 'Panorama', the machine which will take this comprehensive view, is the largest in the world".

An entry on page 326 of the 1913 Arbutus reads, in full: "We all combed our hair and had our picture taken by the man with the revolving camera."

date taken:

1913 April 13

photographer studio:

Fuller & Harmount, F. E. (Columbus, Ohio)

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copyright owner:

Fuller & Harmount, F. E. (Columbus, Ohio)

personal name:

Bryan, William Lowe

personal name:

Eigenmann, Carl H.

personal name:

Woodburn, James Albert

location of individuals:

Just above and slightly to the right of the scales on the Law School banner is William Lowe Bryan and to his left is Carl H. Eigenmann. They are seated on chairs with other faculty. James Woodburn is in the same row of seated faculty, above and slightly to the right of the large drum which is to the right of the Law School banner.

corporate name:

Law, School of

corporate name:

Medicine, School of


Panoramic photographs





other place name:

Old Crescent

other place name:

Dunn's Woods