Communication

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  • The subject term Communications should be used with descriptions that relate to communication professionals and activities including, but not limited to, journalists, broadcasters, documentary film makers, commercial photographers, newspapers magazines, newsletters, radio , television, telephone, cable, documentary film, internet, advertising, printing, publishing, journalism, symbols, logos, flags and communication based professional organizations.

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Communication

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Communication

  • UF Journalism
  • UF Broadcasters
  • UF Documentary film makers
  • UF Commercial photographers
  • UF Symbols
  • UF Logos
  • UF Newspapers
  • UF Magazines
  • UF Newsletters
  • UF Radio
  • UF Television
  • UF Telephone
  • UF Cable
  • UF Documentary film
  • UF Internet
  • UF Advertising
  • UF Printing
  • UF Publishing
  • UF Photofinishing
  • UF Journalist

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Communication

2 Archival description results for Communication

2 results directly related Exclude narrower terms

Scrapbook of Hazel Creighton

  • Item
  • 1929

A homemade scrapbook fashioned from coloured paper and filled with photographs, news clippings, and stickers. Most of the scrapbook's contents are newspaper clippings containing information on the community, such as marriages and deaths, as well as poetry.

Small Items of Little Interest

  • Item
  • 1826 - 1967

A binder containing 4 photos (3 of which are copies and the 4th of which is an undated photo of the Fullerton house); 11 textual records; 7 newspaper clippings; 6 graphic materials (including 1 bookmark, 1 seasonal card, 1 page of comic strips, and 3 advertisements), 2 maps (1 of which is greatly damaged so no coordinates can be determined), and 1 calendar.

This item was originally categorized as a collection. Because most of the things contained within this binder do not have names or dates attached to them or because they are copies of their original and because they have no relation to each other this binder was converted from collection to item.