Found in 800 Collections and/or Records:
Depicts an entrance to the Doges' Palace. Blind-stamped on front: "Neue Photographische Gesellschaft, A.G., Berlin-Steglitz, 1900."
Depicts a man on a gondola in front of the Procuracy of St. Christopher. Blind-stamped on front: "Neue Photographische Gesellschaft, A.G., Berlin-Steglitz, 1900."
Has the ink stamp of "Alex. Rambert" on the reverse.
Has, on the reverse, the ink stamp of the Territorial Studio (Umtata).
The collection consists of writings, correspondence, research and teaching material, photographs, printed material, audiovisual material, computer disks, and other papers, documenting the literary and academic career of Gerald Robert Vizenor and relating to many of his published works on Native American literature, history, and culture.
The collection includes programs, photographs, and stage directions related to Cupid and Psyche, a masque performed in 1916 to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Yale School of the Fine Arts. The collection also includes architectural drawings by Walls for a theater at the Ethel Walker School in Simsbury, CT, and correspondence related to Walls’s consultations with the Display Stage Lighting Co., Inc.
A collection of printed portraits, topographical views, real estate advertisements, maps, and other ephemera associated with the English historian and collector Horace Walpole (1717-1797), his family, and their properties. The majority of the items are plates produced for publications, and over half of the collection is related to two of the family's estates, Strawberry Hill in Twickenham, Middlesex, and Houghton Hall near King's Lynn, Norfolk.
The collection comprises material relating to the theatrical manager and producer, Alfred Wareing, and his family. Incudes photographs, correspondence and clippings.
The collection consists of a photograph album titled "A Pictorial Record of the Class of 1892 in Yale College." The album contains photographs of various student activities, classmates, campus scenes, and aspects of student life at Yale in the 1890s. The album belonged to Warren Gookin Waterman (Yale 1892).
The Maurine Watkins Papers, which span from 1890 to 2012, contain writings, including scripts and short stories, printed material, correspondence, photographs and other papers by or relating to Maurine Watkins. Watkins was a journalist and playwright whose most well-known work was the play "Chicago," which Bob Fosse adapted into an award-winning musical.
The collection consists primarily of artwork and storyboards for books authored and illustrated by Harvey Weiss, as well as correspondence, clippings, printed material, photographs and other material relating to various book projects and several illustrated journals. The collection documents Harvey Weiss's career as a children's illustrator and author, and his process of researching, writing and illustrating books.
Brian K. Welch, Class of 1916, Yale College, photograph collection documenting life at Yale and in New Haven
The materials consist of photographs of Brian K. Welch (Yale 1916) documenting student life at Yale, including sports on Old Campus, dorm rooms, and scenes of New Haven, Connecticut.