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- Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library 125
- Medical Historical Library, Cushing/Whitney Medical Library 23
- Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History 16
- Yale Center for British Art, Rare Books and Manuscripts 13
- Lewis Walpole Library 4
- Photographs 102
- Photographic prints 79
- Inkjet prints 25
- Correspondence 22
- Photograph albums 20
- Indians of North America -- Pictorial works 16
- New Mexico -- Pictorial works 16
- Arizona -- Pictorial works 13
- California -- Pictorial works 13
- Drawings (visual works) 13
- Maps 12
- Scrapbooks 12
- Diaries 11
- Gelatin silver prints 11
- Postcards 10
- Authors 9
- South Dakota -- Pictorial works 9
- Studio portraits 9
- Tintypes (prints) 9
- Utah -- Pictorial works 9 ∧ less
- French 10
- German 8
- Spanish; Castilian 2
- Finnish 1
- Russian 1
- Swedish 1 ∧ less
- Yale University 20
- Yale Peabody Museum 12
- Yale University. School of Medicine 7
- Willis, John, 1957- 6
- Stieglitz, Alfred, 1864-1946 5
- Andrew Smith Gallery Inc. 4
- Halverson, Karen, 1941- 4
- John Willis 4
- Underwood & Underwood 4
- Coburn, Alvin Langdon, 1882-1966 3
- Fulton, John F. (John Farquhar), 1899-1960 3
- Jackson, William Henry, 1843-1942 3
- Keystone View Company 3
- Lewis, W. S. (Wilmarth Sheldon), 1895-1979 3
- Luck, Owen Craig, 1947- 3
- Luhan, Mabel Dodge, 1879-1962 3
- Man Ray, 1890-1976 3
- O'Keeffe, Georgia, 1887-1986 3
- Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919 3
- Steichen, Edward, 1879-1973 3 ∧ less
The archives of Neil H. Landman including locality information, photographs, and copies of notebooks. This collection focuses on Landman's work with scaphitid ammonoids.
The collection comprises original artwork and manuscript material by Clare Leighton for a series of 12 Queen's ware plates representing New England industries, produced by Josiah Wedgwood & Sons in 1952.
Thomas L. Lentz served as professor of cell biology and associate dean of admissions at Yale School of Medicine. The collection contains autobiographical material on Dr. Lentz, his histories of cell biology and of histology at Yale, and reprints of his articles. Also included are teaching materials for Lentz's laboratory course on histology, published materials related to the Department of Cell Biology, and photographs of faculty members and students.
The collection contains correspondence, personal and family papers, and financial records that document the life, interests, and work of the American philanthropist Annie Burr Auchincloss Lewis (1902-1959).
Benjamin Lincoln, physician, anatomist, and medical educator, taught anatomy and dissection at the University of Vermont. Papers include family correspondence, two journals of travel to New Orleans and to New Brunswick, circulars, publications in the Burlington Sentinel, ephemera, and photographs, letters, pamphlets, and ephmera by or related to members of the Lincoln family.
Thoracic surgeon Gustaf Lindskog was a member of the Department of Surgery from 1933 until his retirement in 1971. He chaired the department from 1948 to 1966. The collection consists primarily of his reports as head of the Thoracic Surgery Service of New Haven Hospital, talks including history of surgery lectures given at Yale, medical illustrations, and reprints. The restricted boxes contain Lindskog's notes on his surgical operations on named patients.
The Llewelyn Davies family papers contain correspondence, photographs, and other material relating chiefly to the Llewelyn Davies family, though materials also relate to members of the Du Maurier family and to author and dramatist J. M. Barrie, whose character, "Peter Pan," was inspired by the Llewelyn Davies children.
Photographs created by Alexander Lmanian that document locations and events in Washington, D.C., and its vicinity, 1964-1968, as well as New Haven, Connecticut, 1968-1969. The images of Washington document the physical impact of riots on the city following the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., April 4-8, 1968.
Photographs of Alaska and Haida Gwaii (formerly known as the Queen Charlotte Islands), British Columbia, 2011-2012, printed as thirty-three black-and-white gelatin silver prints and five color inkjet prints that chiefly document Haida and Tlingit people, sites, and cultures.
Photographs of Haida Gwaii (formerly known as the Queen Charlotte Islands), British Columbia, created during the summer of 2012, and printed as 77 inkjet prints that document the Haida and Kwakwak'awakw (also known as Kwakiutl) people and cultures.
These are O C. Marsh Archives associated with the Division of Invertebrate Paleontology. This is only a small sample of his archives associated with Yale University.
The collection comprises 147 photographs from the late 19th and early 20th centuries, with representative images of Great Britain, South Africa, New Zealand, Madeira, East Asia, and other locations (many unidentified).
The archives of A. Lee McAlester including mostly maps and photographs encompassing his career at Yale. These focus on his 1960 Yale dissertation, "Pelecypod faunas of the Late Devonian Chemung Stage, central New York."