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- Repository: Robert B. Haas Family Arts Library Special Collections X
- Reproductions 130
- Photographs 88
- Bookplates 50
- Slides 46
- Lantern slides 23
- Graphic arts 11
- Drawings (visual works) 9
- Architecture 8
- Correspondence 8
- Printed ephemera 8
- Bookplates -- Specimens. 7
- Bookplates, American 7
- Graphic design (Typography) 7
- Sculpture 7
- Sketches 7
- Decorative arts 6
- Design 6
- Drama 6
- Prints 6
- Scripts (documents) 6 ∧ less
- English 134
- German 8
- French 6
- Czech 3
- Dutch; Flemish 3
- No linguistic content; Not applicable 3
- Japanese 2
- Spanish; Castilian 2
- Chinese 1
- Finnish 1
- Latin 1
- Nepali 1
- Polish 1
- Portuguese 1
- Swedish 1
- Thai 1
- Tibetan 1 ∧ less
- Andrews, Irene Dwen, 1892- 8
- Yale School of Drama 8
- Helfand, Jessica 7
- Drenttel, William, 1953-2013 6
- Lowenhaupt, Warren Hiram, 1891-1967 4
- Yale Repertory Theatre 3
- Dana, Emma Joy 2
- Dwiggins, W. A. (William Addison), 1880-1956 2
- French, Edwin Davis, 1851-1906 2
- Ludwig, Allan I. 2
- Meeks, Carroll L. V. (Carroll Louis Vanderslice), 1907-1966 2
- Nagler, A. M. (Alois Maria), 1907-1993 2
- Yale University. Drama Library 2
- Yale University. Dramatic Association 2
- Yale University. School of Art 2
- Yale University. School of Art. Graphic Design Program 2
- 52nd Street Project 1
- American Institute of Graphic Arts 1
- American Society of Mechanical Engineers 1
- Andreini, Joseph Manuel, 1850-1932 1 ∧ less
- Storage location
- Stored offsite 256
- Stored onsite and offsite 14
- Stored onsite 8
Collection of ephemera, including articles, newspaper clippings, brochures, pamphlets, and photographs started by Yale Professor Carroll L.V. Meeks. Upon his death, the collection was given by his daughters to the Yale University Arts Library and maintained in the Visual Resources Collection where department staff added material on occasion.
Working research files, photographs and ephemera maintained by Carroll L.V. Meeks covering with individual buildings by state and municipality as well as individual architects and bibliographic citations. Much of the material is arranged idiosyncratically according to the research interests of the scholar and reflects an accumulation over a period of years. Bequest of the Estate of Carroll L.V. Meeks in 1966.
Charles Seymour, Jr. Collection of European Sculpture, Painting and Architecture Photographs and Research Materials
Collection of 55 Chinese and Japanese facsimile scrolls (total of 37 works), full-size and miniature format handscrolls and hanging scrolls. Each scroll is identified and labeled in English, some have accompanying information leaflets. Each scroll has been assigned an identification number. From various sources including purchases, gifts, and transfers from Yale University Art Gallery Print Room. No further documentation found.
The collection includes bookplates designed by Timothy Cole for both individual and institutional patrons.
Collection of occult and astrology-themed ex libris, most by Slovakian artist, Karl Hugo Frech
The collection comprises sample books from primarily American commercial paper manufacturers.
The collection contains bookplates by Alfred Cossmann, an Austrian graphic artist and engraver.
Photographic prints and clippings relating to English and American Drama as collected by Jack Randall Crawford, the staff of the Drama Library, and others.
The collection consists of guidebooks for various sites in the Czech Republic.
The collection documents the graphic design career of Anna Macková.
The collection consists of 24 illustrations by the Czech artist Artuš Scheiner.
A selection of decorative papers including paste papers, marbled papers, and printed designs. Also includes a selection of decorative watermarks.
The Raymond Deghels papers document the life and career of a Belgian inventor who created a non-reflective paint to disguise military aircraft during World War II. The collection contains literary manuscripts, patents and supporting material such as paint samples, correspondence, legal documents, photographs, and personal effects.
The collection contains numerous designs of unknown origin depicting scenes from the traditional Japanese stage. The scenes displayed are derived from Noh (or Nō) dramas, a performance tradition which draws on Buddhist scripture and Japanese mythology and combines music, dance, and poetry in a highly formalized staging.
This collection contains scripts and other materials produced as part of the Drama 50 course at the Yale School of Drama.
Collection contains course readings, student papers, and technical schematics from the Drama 131 Technical Theatre course.
This collection contains examples of drawings and paintings on paper. Many of these pieces were intended for use or used as illustrations in published works. The majority of the collection is late 19th century. There are two paintings on un-stretched canvas.
The collection consists of articles and examples of Imre Reiner’s designs and a small amount of correspondence collected by graphic designer William Drenttel.