Found in 800 Collections and/or Records:
Photographs created by John Willis and printed as 98 inkjet color prints that document sites chiefly at South Dakota and the Mexican-American Border Region as well as Nebraska and North Dakota in 2018-2019, although predominantly in 2019.
Inkjet prints of photographs by John Willis that document sites and persons at Pine Ridge Indian Reservation and in South Dakota, 2015-2016. Identified locations include Batesland, Black Hills, Kyle, Lost Dog Creek, Manderson, Mount Rushmore, Oglala, Porcupine, Potato Creek, Red Shirt Table, Slim Buttes, Wanblee, and Wounded Knee.
Richard Willstatter, Class of 1943, Sheffield Scientific School, papers concerning his experiences in World War II
The materials consist of letters, photographs, and a handbook documenting Richard Willstater's (1943S) service during World War II.
The materials consist of photographs of Yale University taken by Thomas C. Wilson. Includes "snapshots of the Yale scene" and photographs of Yale buildings.
The collection contains subject files, printed material, photographs, scrapbooks and slides on the subject of Alexander Pope and art, assembled by eighteenth-century scholar William K. Wimsatt. Much of this material may have been gathered in the course of Wimsatt's research for The Portraits of Alexander Pope (1965).
The collection consists of writings, printed material, and videocassettes relating to United States intelligence services and officers, including the Office of Strategic Services (OSS), the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), and the Association of Former Intelligence Officers.
Adolph Wittemann photographs of buildings and grounds of Yale and New Haven used in the publication "New Haven and Yale University"
The collection consists of prints of various Yale and New Haven, Connecticut buildings and grounds taken by Adolph Wittemann for the souvenir publication "New Haven and Yale University." Included are views of Woolsey Hall, College Row, the New Haven Green, East Rock, Temple Street, and Sheffield Scientific School.
An artificial collection of printed material, photographs, songs, reports, correspondence, diaries, and miscellanea of United States men, many with a Yale University connection, relating to World War I, 1914-1919.
Glen Wright, Class of 1891, Yale College, Photograph Collection Documenting Life at Yale and in New Haven
The materials consist of photographs of Glen Wright (Yale 1891) documenting Yale and New Haven, Connecticut during the early 1890s. Included are pictures of campus and student life.
50 color photographs, signed, taken by Joy Wulke of landscapes in Montana and Washington, 1982-2009. 21 photographs are of the Palouse, an agricultural area encompassing parts of north central Idaho and southeastern Washington; 11 photographs are of the McFarland-White Ranch in Twodot, Montana.
The materials consist of photographs produced for or published in the Yale Alumni Magazine. Included are photographs and artwork for specific articles, camera-ready cover art, and photographs of alumni gatherings and trips. Of particular note are the photographs for the Film Issue, 1968 May, the occupation of Dwight Hall, 1969 December, and the May Day Issue, 1970 May.