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Photo Friday

Each Friday, the Ransom Center shares photos from throughout the week that highlight a range of activities and collection holdings. We hope you enjoy these photos that reveal some of the everyday happenings at the Center.

Preservation housing is being constructed for Norman Bel Geddes’s personal radio, which was made by Philco. Photo by Anthony Maddaloni.
Preservation housing is being constructed for Norman Bel Geddes’s personal radio, which was made by Philco. Photo by Anthony Maddaloni.
A close-up of Norman Bel Geddes’s personal radio, which was made by Philco. Photo by Anthony Maddaloni.
A close-up of Norman Bel Geddes’s personal radio, which was made by Philco. Photo by Anthony Maddaloni.
A class of graduate students meeting at the Ransom Center. Photo by Anthony Maddaloni.
A class of graduate students meeting at the Ransom Center. Photo by Anthony Maddaloni.
'Culture Unbound: Collecting in the Twenty-First Century' highlights some of the Center's major acquisitions in this new century. Photo by Anthony Maddaloni.
'Culture Unbound: Collecting in the Twenty-First Century' highlights some of the Center's major acquisitions in this new century. Photo by Anthony Maddaloni.

Photo Friday

Each Friday, the Ransom Center shares photos from throughout the week that highlight a range of activities and collection holdings. We hope you enjoy these photos that reveal some of the everyday happenings at the Center.

Norman Mailer’s paper-clipped and marked-up copy of “American Tragedy” by Lawrence Schiller and James Willwerth. Photo by Pete Smith.
Norman Mailer’s paper-clipped and marked-up copy of “American Tragedy” by Lawrence Schiller and James Willwerth. Photo by Pete Smith.
Additional materials for the Norman Mailer papers were received and inspected. Photo by Pete Smith.
Additional materials for the Norman Mailer papers were received and inspected. Photo by Pete Smith.
Students in the ‘Culture Unbound’ exhibition, specifically in the reading nook filled with books featured in the exhibition. Photo by Anthony Maddaloni.
Students in the ‘Culture Unbound’ exhibition, specifically in the reading nook filled with books featured in the exhibition. Photo by Anthony Maddaloni.
A student walks by the exterior banner for the exhibition 'Becoming Tennessee Williams.' Photo by Anthony Maddaloni.
A student walks by the exterior banner for the exhibition 'Becoming Tennessee Williams.' Photo by Anthony Maddaloni.
Undergraduate intern Kelsey Harmon shows some of John Fowles’ personal effects: his desk, typewriter, and a set of brass knuckles. The desk and its contents are being prepared to go on exhibit in the Center’s Reading and Viewing Room later this spring. Photo by Anthony Maddaloni.
Undergraduate intern Kelsey Harmon shows some of John Fowles’ personal effects: his desk, typewriter, and a set of brass knuckles. The desk and its contents are being prepared to go on exhibit in the Center’s Reading and Viewing Room later this spring. Photo by Anthony Maddaloni.