Here are a few ideas on how you can use the Bobbie Hanvey Photographic Archives in your teaching, coursework, or just for personal interest.
This page is a work in progress. Please check back to see what else we think of. If you have ideas you'd like to suggest that we add to help others use the collection, please let us know!
View complete thematic groupings through the Libraries digital repository
The Boston College Libraries digital repository enables you explore Bobbie Hanvey's photographs in context by showing all the images in a given photoshoot.
Boston College owns the copyright of all the photographs in the Bobbie Hanvey Photographic Archives. Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 United States licensing is in place. With this licensing, you're allowed (and encouraged!) to:
To download from the Libraries digital repository, click on the jpg icon in the Libraries image viewer. On a Mac, drag the image to the desktop. On a PC, right click and select "save as."
To download from Flickr, click "all sizes", then download what you need.
Browse a selection of the archives through Flickr
Flickr provides easy, quick viewing of selections of the Bobbie Hanvey Photographic Archives.
Play a slideshow on a computer monitor or projected on a screen
Slideshows are one of the features of Flickr. You can run a slideshow of a particular set or of the photostream. The slideshow can include titles, captions, or no information as you view. You can set your own pace and pause as needed.
Participate, ponder, and explore
We hope that you'll explore these photos and share them with others, comment on them, add your own tags, and push them into your own workspace. Flickr is one forum for some of these functions, but you can also take advantage of the download capabilities of the Libraries digital repository and repost images elsewhere. You could…
Conduct Further Research
The following bibliographies are to assist in further research in areas related to each of the series digitized so far. Check back as this area continues to grow. All files are Adobe PDF . (Download Adobe Acrobat Reader)