In 2003, the Photographic Archive became a part of the Museum Archives’ holdings. The Photographic Archive documents and maintains the visual history of the Museum. It houses installation views of past exhibitions, images of the Museum’s buildings and grounds, and artists and personalities associated with the Museum. It also holds photographic reproductions of works of art in the Museum’s collections previously used for reproduction purposes. Since 2002, reproductions of collection objects have been captured digitally and are now maintained by the Department of Imaging Services.