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- Asia 3
- Born digital 2
- Computer files 2
- Lantern slides 2
- Posters 2
- Academic libraries -- Collection development 1
- Africa -- Description and travel 1
- Architects 1
- Architecture, Domestic -- Connecticut -- New Haven 1
- Archives 1
- Authors 1
- Autobiographies 1
- Behaviorism (Psychology) 1
- Buildings -- Connecticut -- New Haven 1
- Changsha Shi (China) 1
- Chemistry 1
- Chemists 1
- Cherry Grove (N.Y.) 1
- China -- Description and travel 1
- Class reunions 1 ∧ less
- Yale University 3
- Yale University. Library 3
- Abramson, Harold A. (Harold Alexander), 1899-1980 1
- Baldwin, Hanson Weightman, 1903-1991 1
- Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library 1
- Byas, Hugh, 1875-1945 1
- Cholmondeley, Lionel Berners, b. 1858 or 9 1
- Coolidge, Albert Sprague, 1894-1977 1
- Falkenhagen, Hans, 1895- 1
- Griffiths, Arthur Llewellyn, 1875-1963 1
- Hatch, James C. , 1967- 1
- Horowitz, Andy (Andrew Deutsch) 1
- Hurd, John C. (John Codman), 1816-1892 1
- Jablonski, Paul 1
- Lodge, John Davis, 1903-1985 1
- Lucker, Herbert, d. 1902 1
- Marx, Patricia, active 1968 1
- Miller, Irving, 1918- 1
- New Haven Oral History Project (New Haven, Conn.) 1
- New York Public Radio 1 ∧ less
The collection consists of 112 glass slides which represent various aspects of African culture and scenery. The slides are identified only in broad subject areas and are undated, though most appear to date from the late nineteenth century or early twentieth century.
The materials consist of a videotaped interview with Alfred Van Sinderen regarding the presidential letters exhibition in the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library at Yale University.
The materials consist of motion picture films documenting reunions of the Yale College Class of 1917.
One reel of microfilm (HM138) of scrapbooks containing miscellaneous newspaper clippings, notes and reviews of three books published by John C. Hurd: The Theory of Our National Existence (1881); The Centennial of a Revolution (1888); and The Union-State (1890).
Memoirs, stories, poems, a novel and essays by Griffiths based on his experiences in the Philippines, where he served under Governor-General William Howard Taft from 1901-1903. Also included is a memoir about Herbert Lucker, another Yale graduate, who served with Griffiths in the Philippines, but died in 1902.
The collection comprises digital video files made from videotapes documenting the Cherry Bowl Volleyball Tournament, an annual charity beach volleyball tournament, begun in 1984, pitting the Cherry Grove Grovettes against various emergency services and police departments from the Long Island and New York City area.
One digital copy of an audiorecording, with transcript, of an interview with Thomas Wilfred conducted on 1968 July 18 at New York Public Radio (WNYC) by Patricia Marx.
The materials consist of cash receipt ledgers documenting the operations of the Yale General Accounting Office.
The papers consist of correspondence, research materials for articles and lectures, teaching materials related to Yale University and the University of Miami, and citations for awards received by Lars Onsager, notably the Nobel Prize in 1968.
The materials consist of audio recordings and transcripts of oral histories conducted by New Haven Oral History Project staff with New Haven, Connecticut, citizens.
The records consist of electronic files documenting the changes made to the library web site ("Front Door") by the Yale Library Public Interfaces Committee (PIC).
The collection consists of forty-two glass negatives depicting New Haven, Connecticut, businesses and residences.
The records consist of memoranda, correspondence, reports, and lists documenting the Southeast Asia Collection at Yale University Library.