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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
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- Stored offsite 121
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This small collection contains primarily examples of the bold graphic style Hnizdovsky adopted toward the end of his career in the 1970s and 1980s. Some of the prints are hand colored; many are signed editions.
This collection gives a snapshot of the activities of the student group the Honorable Company of College Printers from the inception of the printing presses in residential colleges at Yale to the 1990s. The heyday of this group was in the mid 1950s to the early 1980s, when George Vaill was active.
This collection contains early American bookplates designed and engraved by Nathaniel Hurd (1730-1777), a silversmith and engraver born in Boston. His armorial bookplate designs are in the Jacobean and Chippendale styles, following the English fashion.
This collections consists of examples of production materials assembled by Van Vliet and sent to subscription patrons, as well as the accompanying correspondence.
Collection of scrapbooks documenting the activities of the Yale School of Drama, Yale Repertory Theatre, and Yale Cabaret, 1966-2008.
The collection showcases the wide variety of materials designed by Sam Kim, including annual reports, corporate stationery, greeting cards, bumper stickers, and T-shirts.
The collection comprises a portion of the professional library of George Kubler, former Robert Lehman Professor (1965-1975) and Sterling Professor of the History of Art (1975-1983) at Yale University.
The collection contains published exhibition catalogs from various Latin American countries and mounted reproductions of individual artworks by Latin American artists.
Majority of the papers consist of corporate brand identity manuals alongside design projects directed and or designed by Kenneth D. Love while employed at four design firms. Also included is a small collection of articles, correspondence, professional files, and photographs.
The collection consists of examples of graphic designs and art works created by John McCrillis, including painting and drawing, relief printing, lettering, and typography. Examples are drawn from his work at the Yale University Press as well as his freelance work and works produced at McCrillis’s Penny-Whistle Press.
Miniature books, as defined by the Library of Congress, are books under four inches in all directions. The books in this collection are also individually cataloged in Orbis, the Yale University Library online catalog.
The Richard Minsky Archive contains correspondence, personal papers, photographs, artwork, publications, and ephemera that document his career as well as shed light on the history of book arts in New York City.
This collection consists of scripts written for the stage, screen, and television. It includes scripts from the “American Playhouse” PBS television series and the Federal Theatre Project.
The collection was created by Tom Morin in the process of writing the book Threads of Influence: The Visual History of a Life in Graphic Design.
The History of Theater lecture series was written and delivered by A. M. Nagler, and the series is a condensed version of Professor Nagler’s Drama 6 course at the Yale School of Drama.
The archive contains materials that document the photography and bookworks by Pat and Rosemarie Keough, who are the proprietors of Nahanni Productions. The archive includes process materials relating to individual book projects as well as correspondence and other research materials.
The Thomas Nast Collection documents satirical political illustrations drawn by Nast and published in newspapers and other serial publications in the late 19th century. The publications represented include Harper’s Weekly, the New York Illustrated News, and the Evening Post.
Collection consists of nineteenth-century photographs and carte de visite.
The collection contains bookplates by the English engraver Robert Osmond (1874-1959).