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- Manuscripts and Archives 17
- Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History 5
- Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library 2
- Drawings (visual works) 15
- Architectural drawings (visual works) 8
- College buildings -- Design and construction 8
- Architectural records 7
- Photographs 7
- Connecticut 5
- USA 4
- Academic libraries -- Design and construction 3
- Campus planning 3
- Field notebooks 3
- Account books 2
- Audiovisual materials 2
- College buildings 2
- Correspondence 2
- Maps 2
- New Haven (Conn.) -- Pictorial works 2
- New York 2
- World War, 1914-1918 2
- Acoma (N.M.) -- Pictorial works 1
- Africa 1 ∧ less
- Yale Peabody Museum 5
- Yale University. Library 4
- Yale College (1718-1887) 3
- Johnson, Owen, 1878-1952 2
- Alsop family 1
- Alsop, Aimee Elizabeth, 1870- 1
- Alsop, Corinne Robinson, 1886-1971 1
- Alsop, Elizabeth Winthrop Beach, 1847-1889 1
- Alsop, Elizabeth Winthrop, 1874-1892 1
- Alsop, Frances Maria, 1787-1866 1
- Alsop, Francis Johonnot Oliver, 1881-1946 1
- Alsop, Francis O. 1
- Alsop, J. W. (Joseph Wright), 1804-approximately 1878 1
- Alsop, John De Koven, 1879-1926 1
- Alsop, John, 1776-1841 1
- Alsop, Joseph Wright, 1772-1844 1
- Alsop, Joseph Wright, 1838-1891 1
- Alsop, Joseph Wright, 1876-1953 1
- Alsop, Lucy Chauncey 1 ∧ less
- Storage location
- Stored offsite 11
- Stored onsite and offsite 8
- Stored onsite 5
The materials consist of design, preliminary, working, shop, and "as built" architectural drawings and maps of buildings and grounds owned or used by Yale University. The drawings range from original concepts to full scale details of equipment and ornamentation. The media vary from water colors, pen and ink sketches, pencil on tracing paper drawings to blueprints and photostats.
The archives of Charles Emerson Beecher including illustrations, catalogs, notes and locality information encompassing his career at Yale, and focusing on his work with fossil invertebrates.
The archives of Joseph G. Carter including field notes, photographs and locality information. Much of the material is photographs and drawings used in publications.
The materials consist of photographs documenting the construction of Dickinson Hall and Wheelock Hall at Yale. Included are elevation drawings by James Gamble Rogers and construction views.
Otto Eggers proposal sketches for John Russell Pope's "Yale University: A Plan for Its Future Building"
The collection consists of photographs and lithographs of sketches by Otto R. Eggers that were used in John Russell Pope's "Yale University: A Plan for Its Future Building," submitted to the Yale Corporation in 1919.
The collection consists of original pen and ink drawings by Charles D. Hubbard of Yale-related buildings in New Haven, Branford and Killingworth used in the publication Yale and Her Books. The following buildings are represented: House of Reverend Samuel Russel, Branford; Killingworth meeting-house; Saybrook Point; the first Yale College house; chapel and library (later Athenaeum); Lyceum; old chapel; old library; Chittenden Hall; Linsly Hall; and Sterling Memorial Library.
The materials consists of pictures of individuals associated with Yale, including students, faculty, officers, and visitors. Includes portrait photographs, and prints of drawings and paintings.
The papers contain drafts of novels, plays, and short stories, plus a variety of personal papers, including financial records, photographs, and papers on the Committee on Allied Tribute to France.
The records consist of photographs and a set of mylar drawings documenting the construction of Luce Hall at Yale.
The records consist of memoranda, correspondence, notes, drawings, specifications, and awards documenting Roth and Moore Architects' design and construction of the Seeley G. Mudd Library, Yale University.
The materials consist of photographs and drawings documenting various aspects of student life and activities at Yale. Included are pictures of commencement ceremonies, class day activities, parties and dances, sports, protests, theatrical performances, classroom and other interior scenes, and Yale during wartime.
The materials consist of 18 original ink drawings by Edwin C. Taylor and Robert Galvin of Yale dinnerware designs depicting Yale buildings.