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These 99 stereoscopic photographs of India were taken by James Ricalton (1844?-1929) between 1891 and 1900 and first printed as stereographs by Underwood and Underwood in 1900. The Rotman set is part of a reprint series, The World Tour, issued by the Keystone View Company between 1923 and 1931. The Rotman stereographs document late 19th-century India, urban and rural, north and south, through images of religious life, as well as art, architecture, landscapes, landmarks, and people.
Selections from the Historic Clothing Collection, an archive of women’s clothing and accessories in the United States from 1800 to the present from a range of social classes. It is a resource for students and scholars of design, history of dress, material culture, art/literary history, and curatorial practices. Many of the items are donations from Smith College Alumnae.
The archaeological study collection of the Department of Classical Languages and Literature includes 135 objects dating from early Greek to late Roman times including vases, cups, bronze ware, terracotta votive figures, marbles, glass, and inscriptions.