IU South Bend Archives > Richard Feingold Photograph Collection

About Richard Feingold Photograph Collection

From the late 1960s to the early 1980s, Richard Feingold photographed life on the IU South Bend campus, first for the student newspaper, The Preface, and later as a university employee. He documented many facets of a rapidly expanding campus, from the Electronic Music Lab to the newly created men’s basketball team and cheerleading squad, from poetry readings to student protests. Feingold also photographed events that took place off campus, including a 1980 Senatorial debate between Birch Bayh and Dan Quayle. Feingold’s negatives were donated to the Indiana University South Bend Archives in July 2017.

For more information, visit the Indiana University South Bend Archival Images.

view all images

Browse Feingold Photographs: