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- Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library 8
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- Photographs 6
- Born digital 5
- Audiovisual materials 4
- Commercial art -- United States -- 20th Century 3
- Graphic arts 3
- LGBTQ resource 3
- American poetry -- 20th Century 2
- American poetry -- 21st century 2
- Authors, American -- 20th century 2
- Gay authors 2
- Memorabilia 2
- Poetry -- Translations into English 2
- Poets -- United States -- 20th century 2
- Poets -- United States -- 21st century 2
- T-shirts 2
- Theater programs 2
- Translators -- United States -- 20th century 2
- Translators -- United States -- 21st Century 2
- AIDS (Disease) -- Handbooks, manuals, etc. 1 ∧ less
- French 1
- German 1
- Spanish; Castilian 1
- Albee, Edward, 1928-2016 2
- Helfand, Jessica 2
- Ant, Adam 1
- Barbary Coasters Motorcycle Club 1
- Bayley, Roberta 1
- Beam, Jeffrey, 1953- 1
- Bee, Roni 1
- Berkowitz, Richard, 1955- 1
- Bow Wow Wow (Musical group) 1
- Burnett, Graham 1
- Buzzcocks (Musical group) 1
- Callen, Michael, 1955-1993 1
- Captain Sensible 1
- Chappell, Fred, 1936- 1
- Cherry, Kelly 1
- Clash (Musical group) 1
- Community Prescription Service 1
- Conflict (Musical group) 1
- Corn, Alfred, 1943- 1
- Crass (Musical group) 1 ∧ less
The collection consists of illustrated 19th century trade cards (small printed cards, bearing tradesmen’s advertisements and including an illustration); early 20th century advertising cards which were distributed by merchants or manufacturers to advertise or promote their business or product; and a small number of collecting cards.
The collection contains pamphlets, brochures, and other ephemera on individual artists published by museums, galleries, and other institutions throughout the world.
The collection contains correspondence, writings, artwork, photographs, clothing, fanzines, stencils, posters, printed ephemera, and computer and audiovisual media documenting punk culture in Great Britain.
The collection contains drafts and print editions of scripts, scores, and other writings by American playwrights Edward Albee and Tennessee Williams, and musical theater writer and composer Stephen Sondheim. Also included is correspondence, contracts, and other materials related to the publication of Sondheim’s and Williams’s works; photographs; printed materials, such as playbills, souvenir programs, periodicals, and clippings; and notes and inventories related to the collection.
The collection consists of programs, fliers and handbills, tickets, leaflets, certificates, medals, pins, and other ephemera and memorabilia related to the LGBTQ group the International Court System (ICS), also known as the International Imperial Court System. Materials primarily document activities of individual courts in California and the Pacific Northwest in the 1970s and 1980s, including annual Coronation Balls, drag shows, and other charitable or social events.
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 consists of direct mail samples, printed material, correspondence, photographs, memorabilia and ephemera, writings, and computer and audiovisual media documenting the work and life of gay rights activist, publisher, and entrepreneur Sean Strub.
The Ladislav Sutnar Collection documents the post-war graphic design career of Ladislav Sutnar from 1945 to 1975 through examples of publications and ephemera he designed for specific clients. Sutnar worked for a variety of clients, including RCA, Knoll, the AIGA, and the Museum of Modern Art. The collection also includes letterhead and promotional materials he designed for himself.
Jessica Helfand, a graduate of the Yale School of Art Graphic Design Program (MFA ‘89) and a respected critic of visual culture, collected hundreds of examples of the volvelle format. In December of 2004, Helfand donated the collection to the Arts Library.
The Ken White Collection documents the graphic design career of Ken White from 1964 to 1985 through examples of publications and ephemera he designed for specific clients. White worked for a variety of clients, including IBM, Better Homes and Gardens, and the Phoenix Art Museum.
The collection contains a variety of design-related printed ephemera collected by William Drenttel and Jessica Helfand in the course of their work as principals of Winterhouse Design and later Winterhouse Institute.
This collection contains ephemera pertaining to Yale Repertory Theatre, Yale School of Drama, and other undergraduate theater organizations at Yale University.