Clement Moran became fascinated with photographs as a young man, though he came to New Hampshire College (now the University of New Hampshire) in 1914 to teach physics. Over a period of 70 years, he documented the changes around the campus in Durham, and also served as the institution's first official university photographer. His massive archive is housed at the university's library and this digital collection affords interested parties access to over 900 of these remarkable images. Visitors can browse through the images by date or category, but the images of the campus are the real highlights here. The archive contains wonderful photos of the 1917 football team, the university wood shop as it appeared in 1916, and the Delta Sigma Chi "Ski Jumper" snow sculpture from 1931. It's a nice slice of New England history and a wonderful way to learn about the school's history.


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