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Manuscripts, notes, working papers, correspondence, and other papers of George Watson Cole, bibliographer and librarian. Most of the papers pertain to various bibliographic problems and topics that Cole was interested in. There is also some material relating to his work as librarian for the Henry E. Huntington Library.
Correspondence, receipts, music, log book pages (1811), and printed matter. The correspondence is largely among members of the family and also includes two letters to Daniel Collins' father, also named Daniel Collins. The music includes fifteen manuscript pages with words.
The collection consists of correspondence, printed material, and photographs relating to the history of Congo (Democratic Republic) and current political, economic, and social conditions.
The papers comprise correspondence, maps, and topical files documenting the research of anthropologist Harold C. Conklin and his colleagues, particularly in the area of linguistics and focusing on the Philippines. The papers also document Conklin’s professorial, curatorial, and administrative work at Yale University.
The materials contain photographs, slides, and pictures of Connecticut Hall at Yale, which was known as South Middle College from 1882 to 1905. Included are photographs of the renovation work completed in 1953.
An artificial collection of material relating to the cities and towns of Connecticut, containing printed material, legal records, military papers, and miscellanea. Specific items include: deeds, indentures, leases, military commissions, enrollment lists, record books, and muster rolls.
The material consists of a sound recording of friends reminiscing about A. Bartlett Giamatti, former president of Yale.
The records, dated 1979 to 2008, consist of drawings, press clippings, reports, photographs, and other project-related materials for a portion of the architectural work undertaken by the New York firm Cooper, Robertson & Partners. The drawings include sketches, schematics, site plans, and working and record drawings. The collection also comprises press materials pertaining to the firm's two founding partners, Alexander Cooper and Jaquelin Robertson.
The collection consists of playbills and programs, photographs in a variety of formats, engravings, posters, clippings, and other printed material which document the performing arts in the United States and throughout the world from the seventeenth through the twentieth centuries. Material relating to dramatic performance forms the nucleus of the collection, but dance, opera, motion picture, circus, radio, and television performances are also represented.
The papers document Walter J. P. Curley’s public service career and experiences abroad, in particular his service in the United States Marine Corps in the Pacific and China during World War II and his work as United States ambassador to Ireland (1975-1977) and France (1989-1993). The papers consist of correspondence, public service papers, speeches, writings, and photographs.
The materials consist of 102 scrapbooks (volumes 16-18 are missing) compiled by Arnold Guyot Dana concerning Yale. The scrapbooks, collectively titled "Yale: Old and New," document various aspects of Yale, including presidents, buildings and residential colleges, publications, departments and schools, sports, finances, and student life.
The papers consist of correspondence, writings, printed material, lectures, notebooks, and miscellanea documenting the personal lives and professional careers of members of the Dana family. James Dwight Dana, a prominent American scientist, and his son, Edward Salisbury Dana are two primary figures in the papers.
The papers consist of Danes's unpublished manuscript, "William Morris Hunt, a Rebel in Back Bay", and correspondence and pictorial materials on which the work is partially based. The undated manuscript within Danes's papers is based on his dissertation, "A Biographical and Critical Study of William Morris Hunt, 1824-1879."
The papers comprise correspondence; subject and research files; writings and speeches; and photographs documenting the personal life and professional career of Paul Daniels as a Foreign Service officer and diplomat.