Found in 232 Collections and/or Records:
School of Architecture, Yale University, Exhibit materials from "Architecture or Revolution: Charles Moore and Architecture at Yale in the 1960s"
The materials consist of vintage posters, photographs, slides, and drawings used in the Yale School of Architecture's 2001 exhibit on Charles Moore.
The materials consist of audio and video recordings of lectures and presentations at the Yale School of Architecture (formerly the School of Art and Architecture).
The memorabilia consists of printed material, photographs, a videotape, a film, a painting, essays and proposals, a Sketchbook and slides, and a Yale 2002 Building Project T-shirt documenting the Yale School of Architecture, its faculty and alumni. Includes non-Yale memorabilia.
The materials consist of group photographs of classes and pictures of classroom scenes.
The records consist of posters, programs, brochures, videorecordings, and photographic images (print and digital) documenting events and exhibits sponsored by the Yale School of Architecture.
The records consist of digital images, text, and video and audio recordings used in the publication of Retrospecta.
The Meryle Secrest Papers, which span from 1900 to 2019, contain writings, notes, correspondence, research materials, and computer and audiovisual media related to the life, work, and primarily the writings, of Meryle Secrest. Correspondents include Svetlana Allilueva, Kenneth Clark, Hugh Leonard, H. R. Trever-Roper, and Herman Wouk. The collection also contains photographs of Amedeo Modigliani and Elsa Schiaparelli.
The collection contains drafts and writings from numerous publications by David Sedaris including Holidays on Ice, Me Talk Pretty Someday, Naked, and Calypso, along with correspondence, artist books, diaries, personal papers and notebooks, photographs, press clippings, ephemera, and other papers by or relating to Sedaris' life and work.
This collection documents the research and writing of Richard Slotkin chiefly related to his historical studies and works of historical fiction, 1959-circa 2012. Material includes his research notes, his typed drafts, and proofs of works. Other material includes Slotkin's course notes and papers from his doctoral work at Brown University.
The collection consists of material stemming from Matthew Stadler's activities as an author, editor, and literary organizer, and includes writings, correspondence, business papers, ephemera, journals, teaching material, computer disks, and three laptop computers.