Artstor is collaborating with Princeton University to share approximately 3,000 images of architecture from the archives of William L. MacDonald. MacDonald was a Alice Pratt Brown Professor of the History of Art at Smith College, where he concentrated on the architectural history of Classical Rome. His personal collection of slides is held in the Visual Resources Collection of the Department of Art and Archaeology at Princeton University. The photographs were taken by MacDonald over a period of more than 40 years and include sites that now are largely inaccessible and monuments that have permanently changed. The collection in Artstor will document the city of Rome in great depth. Coverage will also include ancient Egyptian, Greek, and Roman architecture, Byzantine and Baroque architecture, and American architecture.

For more detailed information about this collection, visit the William L. MacDonald: Architecture (Princeton University) collection page.

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