Subject Source: Library Of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 36 Collections and/or Records:
Call Number: ART 36
Overview: The records document the activities of Artspace, a contemporary arts non-profit organization founded in 1984 and located in New Haven, Connecticut. The records primarily document Artspace's administrative history of fundraising, programming, and exhibitions including its annual open studios festival, its public art installations, and its annual benefit gala. Also included are materials related to Artspace's educations programs: Youthview, Summer Arts for Youth, and the Summer Apprenticeship...
Balmori Associates records
Call Number: MS 1885
Overview: The records are comprised of drawings, photographs, correspondence, notes, slides, audiovisual, and printed material pertaining to the work of Balmori Associates, including documentation of projects in the United States and Europe. Also included are the professional papers of and writings, both published and unpublished, by principal Diana Balmori, circa 1970-2014.
Dates: 1941-2018, bulk 1970-2014
Found in: Manuscripts and Archives > Balmori Associates records
Bulldogs Across America, Yale College, records
Call Number: RU 1125
Overview: This collection consists of administrative records of Bulldogs Across America, an alumni-sponsored summer internship program for Yale students. The records include newspaper and magazine articles about the program, agreements with local programs and Yale University, correspondence, financial information, and computer files of testimonials and surveys of Yale students and student employers participating in the Bulldogs in the Bluegrass program.
Douglas Conrad Eastern and Central European LGBT interviews and supporting materials
Call Number: MS 1907
Overview: The collection consists of interviews and footage of events documenting lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) life in Eastern and Central Europe from the 1992 to 2009. The collection also includes a small amount of printed materials from the countries documented.
Department of Manuscripts and Archives, Yale University, records concerning the Archives 300 Project
Call Number: RU 885
Overview: The records consist of administrative files and the Yale Archives 300 project web site [computer files] documenting the project initiatives, staff, and history.
Ronald Dworkin papers
Call Number: MS 2071
Scope and Contents: The Ronald Dworkin papers document Dworkin’s life and career as a law professor, author, and legal philosopher. Materials primarily document his professional career and activities, including his work at Yale University, Oxford University, and New York University, as well as his academic and popular writing. A smaller amount of personal material is included, primarily from his youth. The materials primarily contain writings and correspondence by Dworkin and other authors. Dworkin’s...
Found in: Manuscripts and Archives > Ronald Dworkin papers
Family Equality Council records
Call Number: MS 2000
Overview: This collection consists of the records of Family Equality Council, a national advocacy organization for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) parents, guardians, and allies. Materials in the collection consist of correspondence, annual and quarterly reports, articles and clippings, board of directors records, event records, financial and fundraising records, publications, subject files, and electronic files. The collection is particularly strong both for its documentation of...
Stephen Gendin papers
Call Number: MS 1963
Overview: This collection comprises the papers of HIV/AIDS activist and writer, Stephen Gendin. The materials document both Gendin's activism as well as his personal and family life, and include correspondence; photographs; writings; address and appointment books; student papers; notes; audio and video recordings; and electronic files. Many of the organizations with which Gendin was affiliated are represented in the collection, including the AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power (ACT UP); the AIDS Prevention...
Found in: Manuscripts and Archives > Stephen Gendin papers
Rich Hanley interview with Kevin Roche
Call Number: MS 1978
Overview: The collection consists of a videorecording of an interview of Kevin Roche, architect of the New Haven Veterans Memorial Coliseum, by Rich Hanley, conducted for Hanley's documentary Last Days of the Coliseum.
James C. Hatch papers
Call Number: MS 2127
Overview: The collection primarily comprises writings that James C. Hatch posted to his personal online writing platform (Substack) in 2021. These writings include reflections on being a non-traditional Yale student, poetry, and insights on military service and life as a veteran. Also included are copies of notices for Hatch's military awards, certification of release from active military duty, and a certificate of completion from the Royal Dutch Police Dog Association (Koninklijke Nederlandse...
Found in: Manuscripts and Archives > James C. Hatch papers
E. Dorrit Hoffleit papers
Call Number: MS 1915
Overview: The materials consist primarily of research notes; materials for presentations and articles; correspondence; photographs; biographical materials, and printed ephemera documenting the career of E. Dorrit Hoffleit in the field of astronomy.
Dates: 1847-2006, bulk 1945-2000
Found in: Manuscripts and Archives > E. Dorrit Hoffleit papers
Investment Committee, Yale University, records of meetings
Call Number: RU 297
Overview: The records consist of meeting agendas and minutes, reports, and materials of the Investment Committee maintained by the Yale Investment Office.
Joel Sanders Papers
Call Number: MS 2095
Overview: The records consist of project records produced by Joel Sanders Architects (JSA) and academic and research files and slides of Joel Sanders.
Dates: 1975-2018, bulk 1990-2015
Found in: Manuscripts and Archives > Joel Sanders Papers
Jay Katz papers
Call Number: MS 1958
Overview: The collection comprises the papers of medical doctor, Yale Law School professor, and bioethicist Jay Katz. The papers document Katz's significant contributions to the field of bioethics, through both his teaching and scholarship, and through his public service and advocacy as a member of two federal committees charged to investigate human medical experiments. The papers consist of correspondence; files pertaining to Katz's work as a member of the Tuskegee Syphilis Ad Hoc Advisory Panel and the...
Found in: Manuscripts and Archives > Jay Katz papers
Brian Kiss photographs of stained glass in the Sterling Memorial Library Nave, Yale University
Call Number: RU 1136
Overview: The collection consists of digital photographs (eighty .tiff files) of close-up images of the stained glass medallion windows located in the Sterling Memorial Library Nave.
Love Makes a Family records
Call Number: MS 1962
Overview: The Love Makes a Family (LMF) records consist of email correspondence, bylaws, reports, meeting minutes, research data, publications, Web pages, social media account files, topical files, interviews and testimonies, photographs, audiovisual recordings, and newspaper clippings documenting the history, structure, and activities of LMF, Inc. and its related organizations, the LMF Political Action Committee (PAC) and the LMF Foundation. LMF's principal goals were to pass a second-parent adoption...
Found in: Manuscripts and Archives > Love Makes a Family records
Fredric R. Mann papers
Call Number: MSS 154
Overview: The Fredric R. Mann papers primarily document Mann's charitable and philanthropic efforts, particularly of the arts and music, his involvement in the Jewish community and relations between Philadelphia and Israel. The papers also document Mann's governmental work in a variety of posts for the City of Philadelphia, the State of Pennsylvania, and the United States.Of particular note are the materials related to the history and development of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra (formerly...
Found in: Gilmore Music Library > Fredric R. Mann papers
Patricia Marx interview with Thomas Wilfred
Call Number: MS 2076
Overview: 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.
Dates: July 18, 1968
Allen R. Maxwell papers
Call Number: MS 2017
Overview: The papers document the professional career and research interests of anthropologist Allen R. Maxwell. The papers include correspondence, manuscripts of published works and drafts of unpublished works, grant applications, fieldnotes, research notes, subject files, photographic slides and audio recordings.
Found in: Manuscripts and Archives > Allen R. Maxwell papers
Martha McPhee papers
Call Number: YCAL MSS 1606
Overview: Notebooks, journals, writings, correspondence, personal papers, and printed material, as well as computer and audiovisual media, by or relating to writer Martha McPhee. Collection materials document McPhee's writing process, as well as her relationships with her family including her sister Laura McPhee, mother Pryde Brown, father John McPhee, husband Mark Svenvold, and others; her experience in a blended family; her childhood near Princeton, New Jersey; her trips to Italy in her youth; and her...
Dates: 1906-2019, bulk 1970-2019