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The collection is comprised of 1284 film posters, 156 film lobby cards, and 96 film press books from Arab countries. The majority of the items are from Egypt, but include pieces from Algeria, Iraq, Lebanon, Syria and other countries.
Correspondence and papers compiled by Allen Jennings Barthold relating to the Courier de Boston, a newspaper published in the 1780s, and its editor Paul-Joseph Guérard de Nancrède.
The papers consist of letters, many written by Paul Blum to his family during his service in the U. S. Army Ambulance Service with the French army, 1918-1919. Further correspondence with numerous associates through the time of his death in 1981 is included, as well as memorabilia, a biography, and printed material.
The collection comprises campaign brochures, flyers, and posters representing the various political parties that participated in the 2006 October 1st general election to determine the presidency and parliament seats of Bosnia and Herzegovina; entity parliaments for the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, as well as the Republika Srpska; and canton parliaments.
Collection of materials documenting British fascist, anti-fascist, and anti-Semitic political movements in the mid-twentieth century. Includes pamphlets, leaflets, and serially published newspapers and magazines produced by organizations such as the British Empire Union, British League, British Union of Fascists, Jewish People's Council Against Fascism and Anti-Semitism, and Trades Advisory Council. Also includes a small group of rare Muslim anti-fascist leaflets.
The Carroll Revue was a California-based troupe of female impersonators, founded by drag artist Carroll Wallace in or around 1954, that performed in the United States and abroad. The collection documents the entertainers associated with, and performances staged by, the Revue from approximately 1954 to 1961. The collection is comprised principally of studio photographs, and includes a small amount of printed material consisting of two performance announcements, a brochure, and letter.
The collection consists of documents from the large Jewish community of Iași, Romania, 1862-1950. About half of the documents in this collection pertain to Jewish communal life in Iași in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century, while the rest date from the time of World War II or the postwar period. The first part of the collection contains approximately 100 documents in Romanian. The second part contains 19 documents in Yiddish.