Karl Woodcock photography collection, 1890’s-1930’s

Abstract

Bates College professor of Physics, Karl Woodcock, was an avid photographer and served as faculty advisor to the Bates Camera Club in the early 20th century. The collection is comprised of negatives and few photograph prints either created or collected by Woodcock. It includes images of dorm rooms, buildings, faculty members, sports activities, the Jordan Scientific Society Exhibition, student clubs, the Student Army Training Corps (1917-1918), and class reunions. Also includes images of family activities, such as trips to the White Mountains, Rangeley, and Moosehead Lake.