Columbia Bicentennial Display

Name
Warman, Manny, -1983 (Photographer)
Title
Columbia Bicentennial Display
Abstract
"Students discuss one of the panels in Columbia University's Bicentennial Exhibit entitled 'A Man's Right to Knowledge and the Free Use Thereof." A funereal design surrounds a photograph showing the damaged front of the office of La Prensa, the opposition newspaper in Buenos Aires, Argentina, closed by order of Juan Peron, January 26, 1951. The quotation from John Locke reads: '...if what (a man) h olds be, as he gives out, well fenced with evidence, and he sees it to be true, what need he fear to put it to the proof?...He whose assent goes beyond his evidence owes this excess of his adherence only to prejudice, and does, in effect, own it....declaring thereby that it is not evidence he seeks but the quiet enjoyment of the opinion he is fond of...'"
Collection Name
Historical Photograph Collection
Shelf Location
Box no. MS 149, Folder no. Folder 2 (Bicentennial - Exhibits - Columbia University, New York, 1954), Historical Photograph Collection
Subjects
Academic libraries; Women college students; New York (N.Y.)
Format
photographs
Genre
photographs
Origin Information
New York (N.Y.)
Date
between 1934 and 2009
Note
Date range based on the date range of the Butler 75: Butler Library's 75th Anniversary, 1934-2009.
Library Location
University Archives, Columbia University
Browse Location’s Digital Content
Also In
Butler 75
Persistent URL
https://dx.doi.org/10.7916/D8XP7FC8