Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 5 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...
Call Number: GEN MSS 1840
Overview: The collection consists of programs, fliers and handbills, tickets, leaflets, certificates, medals, pins, and other ephemera and memorabilia related to the LGBTQ group the International Court System (ICS), also known as the International Imperial Court System. Materials primarily document activities of individual courts in California and the Pacific Northwest in the 1970s and 1980s, including annual Coronation Balls, drag shows, and other charitable or social events.
Call Number: MS 1952
Overview: The records document the organization and activities of the John Hay Whitney Foundation, a nonprofit organization dedicated to education and social welfare. The collection consists of correspondence, reports, meeting minutes, project and program files, fellowship recipient files, and financial records created and maintained by the organization. The records cover all aspects of the organization’s activities from its inception in 1946 to shortly after its dissolution in 1983.
Call Number: GEN MSS 2106
Overview: The Landmarks Foundation records include correspondence, printed material, photographs, research materials, computer files, and other materials relating to the foundation and its work across the world. The foundation's work in Turkey, Mexico, and Costa Rica is particularly well documented in the project files. Also present is a small amount of correspondence and other materials related to Sam Green's work and life prior to the creation of the foundation.
Dates: 1968-2011, 1968-2011
Call Number: MS 2083
Overview: The collection documents Technoserve's efforts to combat poverty in the developing world. The papers consist of administrative files, records from Technoserve presidents Edward P. Bullard and Peter Reiling, files and grant information related to Technoserve's work in Africa, Asia, and the Americas, and newsletters.