Photography and Other Imagery
Dig into the Library's extensive image collection
Large collection of U.Va. images—major categories include the Rotunda, Sports and Athletic Events, and Faculty and Students
The best sources for images and a guide to using them.
The Holsinger Studio Collection constitutes a unique photographic record of life in Charlottesville and Albemarle County, Virginia, from before the turn of the century through World War I.
Jackson Davis, an educational reformer and amateur photographer, took nearly 6,000 photographs of African American schools, teachers and students throughout the Southeastern United States.
Teaches African history and the history of photography at the University of Virginia.
In celebration of Dr. Seymour I. Schwartz's pledged bequest of his collection of American maps, the U.Va. Library presents On the Map, an exhibition featuring highlights from the over 200 rare, historic items in the collection.
The latest images from around Grounds
Frances Benjamin Johnston (1864-1952) was one of the first American women to achieve distinction as a photographer.
Over 400 portraits of Native Americans and cultural documentation landscapes by American artist George Catlin (1796-1872) from his travels with William Clark and on his own through the western frontier in the early 1830s.
The images provided in these pages by ITC are for non-commercial use by members of the University of Virginia community.