Showing Collections: 21–40 of 134
- Bookplates 43
- Graphic arts 11
- Drawings (visual works) 9
- Correspondence 8
- Printed ephemera 8
- Bookplates, American 7
- Graphic design (Typography) 7
- Sketches 7
- Bookplates -- Specimens. 6
- Design 6
- Drama 6
- Scripts (documents) 6
- Bookplates, British 5
- Illustration of books 4
- Letterpress printing 4
- Posters 4
- Theater programs 4
- Wood blocks (printing blocks) 4
- Wood-engraving 4
- Actors 3 ∧ less
- French 5
- German 5
- Japanese 2
- Spanish; Castilian 2
- Chinese 1
- Andrews, Irene Dwen, 1892- 8
- Yale School of Drama 8
- Helfand, Jessica 7
- Drenttel, William, 1953-2013 6
- Lowenhaupt, Warren Hiram, 1891-1967 3
- Yale Repertory Theatre 3
- Dwiggins, W. A. (William Addison), 1880-1956 2
- French, Edwin Davis, 1851-1906 2
- Nagler, A. M. (Alois Maria), 1907-1993 2
- Yale University. Drama Library 2
- Yale University. Dramatic Association 2
- Yale University. School of Art 2
- Yale University. School of Art. Graphic Design Program 2
- 52nd Street Project 1
- American Institute of Graphic Arts 1
- American Society of Mechanical Engineers 1
- Andreini, Joseph Manuel, 1850-1932 1
- Andrews, William Loring, 1837-1920 1
- Artspace, Inc. 1
- At the Sign of the Chorobates 1 ∧ less
- Storage location
- Stored offsite 121
- Stored onsite and offsite 13
This is an artificial collection of individually donated bookplates received since 2010.
This collection contains leather bookplates, including both standard bookplates as well as supralibros, or super ex-libris, which are marks of ownership typically stamped on the exterior cover of a book.
This collection contains institutional bookplates for a variety of libraries.
The collection consists of bookplates commissioned by Norwegian individuals and institutions.
This is an artificial collection of original artwork for bookplates--also known as ex-libris. Multiple artists are represented.
This collection includes bookplates of the various residential colleges affiliated with the University of Oxford and the University of Cambridge, both of which are located in England.
The collection consists of historic and modern bookplates either commissioned by Polish individuals and institutions or designed by Polish artists.
The collection contains bookplates of various religious orders in the Christian tradition. Dating from the 16th to the 18th century, many of the bookplates represent Catholic communities or organizations in Germany.
The collection contains examples of bookplates by Spanish artists as well as those commissioned by Spanish patrons.
Collection consists of various published works of printing schools and departments of British colleges, dating from 1930 to 1984.
The materials document the production of broadsides by both individual artists and fine presses.
The collection includes bookplates designed by Timothy Cole for both individual and institutional patrons.
The collection comprises sample books from primarily American commercial paper manufacturers.
Photographic prints and clippings relating to English and American Drama as collected by Jack Randall Crawford, the staff of the Drama Library, and others.
The collection documents the graphic design career of Anna Macková.
A selection of decorative papers including paste papers, marbled papers, and printed designs. Also includes a selection of decorative watermarks.
The collection contains numerous designs of unknown origin depicting scenes from the traditional Japanese stage. The scenes displayed are derived from Noh (or Nō) dramas, a performance tradition which draws on Buddhist scripture and Japanese mythology and combines music, dance, and poetry in a highly formalized staging.
This collection contains scripts and other materials produced as part of the Drama 50 course at the Yale School of Drama.
Collection contains course readings, student papers, and technical schematics from the Drama 131 Technical Theatre course.
This collection contains examples of drawings and paintings on paper. Many of these pieces were intended for use or used as illustrations in published works. The majority of the collection is late 19th century. There are two paintings on un-stretched canvas.