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The records consist of lists, bibliographies, correspondence, finances and expenses, and publications documenting the activities and operations of the curator of the African Collection at Yale University Library.
The collection consists of posters acquired by Immanuel Wallerstein which document liberation movements in numerous African countries. Accession 2015-M-001 contains material from a 2008 exhibit on the posters.
The records consist of program material and memorabilia produced by the Afro-American Cultural Center at Yale for their 25th anniversary program titled 25 Years at Yale and Counting: The Continuing Presence of Blacks at Yale.
The collection contains contact sheets, negatives, transparencies, slides, photographic prints, scrapbooks, writings, professional and personal papers, correspondence, printed material, cameras and other recording equipment, and audiovisual and computer media created and collected by Hungarian photojournalist Lucien Aigner.
The papers consist of correspondence, writings, research materials, and autograph letters relating to the literary work of William Appleton Aiken on the life of Daniel Fitch, second Earl of Nottingham. Also included are Aiken's personal papers including his diaries as an army intelligence officer in the Middle East during World War II and an exhibition scrapbook prepared by the Overseas Branch of the Office of War Information.
This collection encompasses accessions of single letters and small groups of letters and other manuscripts pertaining to the history of Alaska, which the library has chosen to group and list as an artificial collection. Letters and documents discuss travel in Alaska, interactions with Native Alaskans, the Alaska gold rush, the fur industry, surveying, business operations, and naval service. Also includes one photograph of the U.S.S. Pinta.
The papers consist of correspondence, subject files, printed material, and family memorabilia, which document the personal life and professional career of Josef Albers. The papers contain some material relating to the Bauhaus school but the bulk of the material dates from Albers's arrival in the United States. The largest part of the papers is composed of published material by or about Albers or which contain reproductions of his work.
The papers consist of correspondence, writings, personal files, and photographs documenting Ralph Albertson's professional career. The most substantive portion of the collection is comprised of published and unpublished writings on various topics, including religion and the cooperative movement. The writings include novels, plays, articles, and books. There are also noteworthy photographs of Russia and the Siberian front, 1917-1918.
The album, probably compiled by John T. Windrim, consists of black and white photographs and postcards documenting the buildings and grounds of Yale University. Included are notes and drawings related to floor plans and a note on the stone used to build Harkness Hall. An announcement for a dinner in honor of architect James H. Windrim is also included.
Correspondence and writings by Aldington. The correspondence consists of seven folders of letters written by Richard and Catherine Aldington to Eunice Black Gluckman dating from 1932 to 1962. There are also 28 letters by Richard Aldington to Crosby Gaige, and approximately fifteen letters to various other people, including five to Bernhard Knollenberg. The writings consist of drafts, layouts, and proofsheets of articles and poems by Aldington.
The collection consists of black-and-white and color photographic prints, contact sheets, negatives, slides, indices and other papers, audiovisual media, and digital files related to the work of Canadian-American photographer Dorothy Alexander. Photographic materials encompass her professional freelance work and personal creative endeavors, particularly street photography.
A photographic scrapbook documenting the life of Lawrence Allderdice (1896-1937), Sheffield Scientific School, 1918. Included are photographs of Allderdice's family, his hometown of McKeesport, Pennsylvania, and surrounding areas, travels throughout the United States and abroad, and some photographs of Yale area buildings, including the Book and Snake Tomb and the Cloister Club House. The scrapbook also features a group portrait of the Sheffield Scientific School class of 1918.