The University Archives holds a large collection of over 6000 photographs ranging from campus events, buildings and classes. This collection features the scenery and buildings through the years beginning with 1902 when the school was founded. Many of the photographs did not have any years written on the back, so the archivist working with the photos narrowed down what the year might have been by going through the timeline of when the buildings were built. The building names have changed over the years, and as you look at the metadata (descriptions and subjects), you will notice that there will be more than one name mentioned for the buildings. The description has the name of the building at the time photograph was taken; the subject has the name of the building as it is today. For example: Forsyth Library I (description) and McCartney Hall (subject) are the same building. The subject also has the name of the college/university at the time that the photograph was taken.