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- Silliman, Benjamin, 1816-1885 4
- Weir, John F. (John Ferguson), 1841-1926 4
- Baldwin, Simeon E. (Simeon Eben), 1840-1927 3
- Dana, James Dwight, 1813-1895 3
- Focillon, Henri, 1881-1943 3
- Henry, Joseph, 1797-1878 3
- Jay, John, 1745-1829 3
- Jefferson, Thomas, 1743-1826 3
- LaFarge, Louis Bancel, 1900- 3
- Madison, James, 1751-1836 3
- Morse, Samuel Finley Breese, 1791-1872 3
- Porter, Noah, 1811-1892 3
- Seymour, George Dudley, 1859-1945 3
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The records consist of material relating to the study of the Lee plantation conducted by the Mabel Brady Garvan Institute of American Arts and Crafts at Yale. Included are the Stratford survey report, financial records, background materials, correspondence, and subject and administrative files.
The papers consist of pamphlets and other printed matter with some letters, diaries and manuscripts relating to naval affairs. The largest block of material concerns World War I, particularly the questions of the German naval mutiny of 1917, the surrender of the German fleet in November 1918, and the scuttling of its most important units at Scapa Flow in 1919. Also in the collection are circa two thousand postcards showing World War I naval scenes and photographs of American transports.
The collection consists of general files, correspondence, publicity materials, scripts, photographs, audiotapes, memorabilia, and financial files relating to The Glines. The records document the administrative and creative functions of the organization and its role in supporting gay arts and artists and AIDS awareness.
The papers consist of correspondence, course materials, writings, and newspaper clippings relating to George Heard Hamilton's career as a professor of art history, art gallery curator and administrator, and author. Correspondents include curators of U.S. and European art museums and galleries, colleagues at Yale and at other universities, and members of the international art community.
Correspondence, genealogical material, account books, and miscellaneous papers of William F. Hopson. The collection contains papers related to his many club activities, including the Acorn Club of Connecticut, Grolier Club, and Rowfant Club of Cleveland.
An artificial collection of papers of Yale faculty members and students active in the academic fields of fine arts, literature, history, linguistics, classics, music, and architecture. Correspondence, writings, clippings, notes, photographs, and miscellanea are included.
Consists of family correspondence, general correspondence, diaries, and memorabilia of the Jarves family. Major family correspondents are James Jackson Jarves, his first wife, Elizabeth Russell Swain Jarves, his son Horatio Deming Jarves, and his second wife Isabel Heyden Jarves. Collection also contains working files of Francis Steegmuller, author of The Two Lives of James Jackson Jarves, 1951.
The material consists of exhibition catalogs, programs, a DVD, and invitations to events and exhibitions at Jonathan Edwards College, Yale University.
The papers consist of correspondence, files on portrait clients, military documents and photographs from Deane Keller's service during World War II, teaching files, and miscellaneous writings, documenting Keller's professional and personal lives.
The papers consist of correspondence, research materials, and writings documenting the academic career of George Kubler, and correspondence and records from his service as chief of the UNESCO mission to Cuzco, Peru, following the earthquake in that city on May 20, 1951.
Julius Kuhnert's drawings, photographs, and one template of designs for buildings in New York City, Rochester, New York and elsewhere. Included is a photograph of wood carvings in the Sterling Memorial Library at Yale University.
The papers consist entirely of Mason's diaries and travel journals spanning the years 1907-1973. The sixty-eight volumes of diaries deal chiefly with forestry and give considerable attention to the formulation of national policy on forests in the 1930s. The fifteen travel diaries (1950-1972) record Mason's almost annual trips to Europe and the Far East and are also largely devoted to technical subjects.