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Faces of Rollins

Building on a tradition of excellence, innovation and community, Rollins College holds a distinctive place in American higher education. For over a century the College has  striven to fulfill its liberal arts mission of providing education of the complete individual - encompassing mind, body and spirit. It is the people here who are …

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Faces of Rollins

Hamilton Holt

Dr. Hamilton Holt (1872-1951), the eighth President of Rollins, fostered a great legacy of expansion and growth for the College. Holt established the Spanish Mediterranean architectural style of the campus, founded the Animated Magazine, and launched the Conference Plan that centered the Rollins curriculum on the individual student. He …

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Hamilton Holt

Rollins Architecture and Landscape

Since its founding in 1885, Rollins College has been at the heart of learning, culture and architectural beauty in Central Florida. The establishment of Rollins on Lake Virginia provided the perfect location for a truly beautiful campus to unfold. Over the years, the College's planners have succeeded in combining the man-made beauty …

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Rollins Architecture and Landscape

Rollins College Student Art Gallery and Archive

A searchable virtual gallery showcasing the work of graduating Rollins art majors, this collection acts as a permanent digital archive of artwork that can be referenced in applications for graduate schools, art exhibitions and employment.  The collection is a valuable teaching resource for studio art professors, who often use past …

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Rollins College Student Art Gallery and Archive

Student Lives at Rollins

Ever since the development of Holt's Conference Plan in the early twentieth century, the educational experiences of individual students have been the focus of Rollins experiment. The liberal arts tradition of the College runs deeper than its organizations, publications, and buildings. The tradition lives through the students in …

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Student Lives at Rollins

About the collections



Rollins Digital Archives

 

First launched in 2003, Rollins Digital Archives are designed to enhance public awareness and broaden users' access to the unique historical materials in the Olin Library, and to promote the use of primary sources and support the teaching and learning at Rollins and in local communities. The project is funded by several rounds of Student-Faculty Collaborative Research Grant, and currently has six collections: Hamilton Holt, Faces of Rollins, Rollins Architecture and Landscape, Student Lives at Rollins, Treasures at Rollins Archives, and Winter Park and Florida. Through thousands of historical images and textual records, Rollins' liberal arts heritage and its tradition of excellence, innovation and community are vividly represented.

All images in the Rollins Digital Archives are provided for personal study, research, and teaching use only. For questions and additional information, please contact Professor Wenxian Zhang, Head of Archives & Special Collections at wzhang@rollins.edu.


Art and Art History Digital Image Collections

The Rollins College Department of Art and Art History Digital Image Collections contain copyrighted, licensed and copyright free materials which are made available to the Rollins College community for noncommercial educational and scholarly purposes, such as classroom projection, class assignments, research, etc. These materials are not for use in commercial purposes, such as electronic or printed publications, including public access websites, alumni and scholarly publications, exhibitions, broadcasts, etc.

Access to the Department's Digital Image Collections is restricted to the Rollins College community via password authorization. To request password authorization and/or assistance navigating CONTENTdm, please email Dawn Feavyour (Visual Resources Curator) at dfeavyour@rollins.edu.

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