The images on the site are as follows:

Background image on home page:

Berenice Abbott, Under Riverside Drive Viaduct, 125th Street and 12th Avenue, Manhattan, c. 1937. Gelatin Silver Print, 7 7/8 x 9 3/4 in. Promised gift of Norma B. Marin. Colby College Museum of Art. 325.2008.

Slide window one:

Andrew Bush, Family Traveling Northwest at 63 mph on Interstate 244 near Yale avenue in Tulsa, Oklahoma, at approximately 4:15 on the last day of 1991, 1991. Chromogenic Print, 15 1/2 x 35 in. Museum purchase from the Jette Acquisitions Fund. Colby College Museum of Art. 2009.052.

Slide window two:

Film still, Charlie Chaplin, The Immigrant (Lone Star Corporation, 1917).

Slide window three (from top to bottom):

Thomas Askew, [Four African American women seated on steps of building at Atlanta University, Georgia], 1899-1900.  Gelatin silver print.  African American Photographs Assembled for the 1900 Paris Exposition. Prints and Photographs Division of the Library of Congress (www.loc.gov). LC-DIG-ppmsca-08778.

Six portraits of Zitkala-sa, Sioux activist and writer. Left to right:

1. Gertrude Kasebier, [Zitkala-Sa], c. 1898. Platinum print. National Museum of American History, Kenneth E. Behring Center. Smithonian Institution (www.si.edu). PG*69.236.108.

2. Joseph T. Keiley, [Zitkala-Sa], c. 1898 (printed 1901). Photogravure. Smithonian Institution (www.si.edu). National Portrait Gallery. Smithonian Institution (www.si.edu). S/NPG.79.26

3. Gertrude Kasebier, [Zitkala-Sa], c. 1898. Platinum print. National Museum of American History, Kenneth E. Behring Center. Smithonian Institution (www.si.edu). PG*69.236.103.

4. Gertrude Kasebier, [Zitkala-Sa], c. 1898. Platinum print. National Museum of American History, Kenneth E. Behring Center. Smithonian Institution (www.si.edu). PG*69.236.104.

5. Gertrude Kasebier, [Zitkala-Sa], c. 1898. Platinum print. National Museum of American History, Kenneth E. Behring Center. Smithonian Institution (www.si.edu). PG*69.236.102.

6. Gertrude Kasebier, [Zitkala-Sa], c. 1898. Platinum print. National Museum of American History, Kenneth E. Behring Center. Smithonian Institution (www.si.edu). PG*69.236.110.

Slide window four (left to right):

Alfred Thompson Bricher, Hudson Valley from Catskill Cove, 1861. Oil on canvas, 30 x 25 in. The Lunder Collection. Colby College Museum of Art. 2013.024.

Margaret Cho, Korean-American comedian. George Arriola, I think I’ll be Margaret Cho, tomorrow, 2009.

Juanishi Orosco, Daniel Orosco, and Joe Orosco (Royal Chicano Air Force, formerly Rebel Chicano Art Front), mural in Sacramento tunnel, n.d.

Slide window five:

Diana Davies, Gay Liberation Front marches on Times Square, New York City, 1969, 1969. Photograph. Diana Davies Photographs, Manuscripts and Archives Division, The New York Public Library, Astor, Lenox and Tilden Foundations.