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- 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
The collection consists of articles and examples of Imre Reiner’s designs and a small amount of correspondence collected by graphic designer William Drenttel.
The W. A. Dwiggins Collection contains examples of graphic design by William Addison Dwiggins, who worked from the early to mid-20th century. The materials range from original drawings to both business and personal designs.
The Dwight / Edgewood Project is a non-profit organization that brings children together with Yale School of Drama and Yale Repertory Theatre artists to create theater. This collection documents the activities of the project from 1995-2008 through photographs, scripts, programs, and administrative papers.
This collection contains examples of graphic art, primarily before 1800. Many of these materials are not dated; an educated guess as to the age of the material was based on paper type and subject matter.
The papers consist of correspondence; professional, travel, and teaching files; financial and legal papers; printed material; and memorabilia documenting the professional life of graphic artist Fritz Eichenberg.
This collection includes bookplates designed by John W. Evans (1855-1943), a master wood engraver born in Brooklyn, NY.
This collection contains over two hundred bookplates by British designer and etcher George W. Eve (1855-1914).
The collection consists of plates, scrapbooks, and dress pattern catalogs, depicting European and American fashion, costume, and national dress primarily from the 18th and 19th centuries.
FISAE (Fédération Internationale des Sociétés d'Amateurs d'Exlibris) 2020 ex-libris design competition collection
Collection contains 614 ex libris (bookplates), entries into the 2020 FISAE international exlibris congress design competition. Original artworks, created using a wide variety of methods and processes, were submitted by artists from over 35 countries.
This collection contains bookplates by William Edgar Fisher. Many of these bookplates, which were designed for both individual and institutional patrons, are prints signed and numbered by the artist; many are hand-colored as well. The collection also includes some correspondence by Fisher as well as letters exchanged by later collectors of his work.
This collection contains bookplates, original artwork, trial proofs, artist’s proofs, additional process materials, and correspondence related to the production and/or exchange of bookplates by Edwin Davis French.
This collection was put together by Louis Ginsberg from the 1940s to 1983. The over 700 plates include examples of individual patrons as well as institutional and commercial patrons. There is also a section of bookplates by artist Leonard Baskin and Ismael Smith.
The collection contains bookplates designed by Stephen Gooden (1892-1955). It also includes process materials—e.g., original sketches, trial proofs, and engraved plates—as well as correspondence and ephemera.
This collection contains examples of graphic art from 1800-1899. Many of these materials are not dated; an educated guess as to the age of the material was based on paper type and subject matter.
This collection contains examples of graphic art from 1900-1999. Many of these materials are not dated; an educated guess as to the age of the material was based on paper type and subject matter.
Collection of projects completed by graduate students in classes of the Yale School of Art Graphic Design Program. Items include projects produced for classes taught by Bradbury Thompson, Paul Rand, and Alvin Eisenman.
The collection contains illustrations, proofs, and sketches created by Gillett Griffin for the publication of A Mouse’s Tale.
The collection contains correspondence between Frank S. Hatch of Longmeadow, MA, and the bookplate designer Frederick Charles Blank of Boston.
The collection contains a selection of works by visual poet Scott Helmes, who is an artist active in St. Paul, Minnesota.
The Lance Hidy Collection documents the process of book design and illustration through correspondence, proofs, and other ephemera. Of particular note is the documentation of Losing Things at Mr. Mudd’s, the first children’s picture book to be created on the computer. The collection also contains a good representation of poster designs.