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Collection Jack Engeman collection
Call Number Coll118
Creator Engeman, Jack;
Finding Aids A folder list is available.
Digital Link Finding aid: http://library.umbc.edu/speccoll/findingaids/coll118.php
Date 1900-1984
Description 99 boxes (45 linear feet)
Scope & Content This collection is comprised of images, chiefly 35 mm color slides, taken by photographer Jack Engeman. Other formats include black and white and color negatives and prints, contact sheets, glass slides, photo discs, and vintage photographs of Jack Engeman and family. Original photographs from all of Engemen's books are included. There are a number of images of the photographer as a young man as well as pictures taken of his own children and grandchildren. The collection also contains some of Engeman's painted works and correspondence. Subjects covered in the collection include integration in Baltimore City schools, scenes of Baltimore and other regions of Maryland, children, landscapes, cityscapes, and portraits.

Language English (eng)
Admin/Biographical History John T. “Jack” Engeman was an American photographer. Born in Brooklyn, New York in 1900, he graduated from the Naval Academy in 1924, and remained in the service for 17 years. At the outbreak of World War II, he returned to the Academy to teach engineering where he served for the duration of the war. After his time in the service, Engeman dedicated himself to photography, working on contract for the government, several airlines such as TWA and American, as well as the Baltimore City School system, among others. In his career, Engeman authored ten photo essay books, contributed photographs to others, and captured countless scenes of Baltimore and the world around him. His photographic and painted works were featured in a number of exhibitions, including several at the Peale Museum and the Albin O. Kuhn Library Gallery. Engeman remained an avid photographer until his death in 1984.
Access Conditions No restrictions.
Copyrights Reproductions allowed for research purposes. UMBC is the copyright owner; permission to reproduce is required.
Citation Jack Engeman collection, The Photography Collections, Collection 118, Special Collections, University of Maryland, Baltimore County (Baltimore, MD).
Provenance and Aquisition Information Donated by Alice Engeman in two gifts: P86-13, P89-14.
Processing Information It is unknown if any arrangement was undertaken at the time of accessioning (P86-13, P89-14); a detailed inventory was created at this time. In 2014, the collection was rehoused and the folder list was created by student assistant Kathleen Foster under the supervision of Special Collections Librarian Susan Graham.
Archivist Graham, Susan
Format photographs; personal papers
Other Creators Engeman, Jack. Airline stewardess, a picture story;
Engeman, Jack. Annapolis: the life of a midshipman, a picture story;
Engeman, Jack. Catholic priest: his training and ministry, a picture story;
Engeman, Jack. Coast guard academy: the life of a cadet, a picture story;
Engeman, Jack. College, the life of a student, a picture story;
Engeman, Jack. Doctor; his training and practice, a picture story;
Engeman, Jack. My first day at school: a story in pictures;
Engeman, Jack. Student nurse: her life in pictures;
Engeman, Jack. West Point: the life of a cadet, a picture story;
Engeman, Jack. U.S. Air Force Academy: the life of a cadet, a picture story;
People Engeman, Jack;
Subjects Engeman, Jack -- Archives;
Flight attendants -- Photographs;
United States Naval Academy -- Photographs;
Catholic Church -- Clergy -- Photographs;
United States Coast Guard Academy -- Photographs;
Students -- Photographs;
Universities and colleges -- Photographs;
School children -- Photographs;
United States Air Force Academy -- Photographs;
United States Military Academy -- Photographs;
School integration -- Photographs;
color photographs;
color slides;
black-and-white photographs;
gelatin silver prints;
gelatin silver negatives;
contact sheets;
Year Range from 1900.0
Year Range to 1984.0