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The materials consist of photographs documenting Viola Barnes's (Yale 1919 PhD) student life at Yale and in New Haven. Included are photographs of fellow women graduate students, friends, outings, and activities.
Depicts a broad paved waterfront promenade in Durban. Several people are walking up and down the promenade or lounging on the lawns. Has ink stamp of "Sallo Epstein & Co." on the reverse.
The materials consist of photographs documenting the construction of the Becton Engineering and Applied Sciences Center at Yale.
The collection consists of signage, photographs, labels, and reproductions of collection materials created for Beinecke Library exhibitions.
The collection consists of photographs documenting the construction of Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library at Yale. Included are pre-construction views, construction progress views, and completed interior and exterior views. Also included are photographs of the opening ceremonies and reception.
Collection consists of mounted black and white and color reproductions of 19th- and 20th-century Belgian paintings. Content varies from original photographic prints to reproductions from magazines and other published sources. Some sections have accompanying clippings folders.
Ruth Wilhelmina Kohlstedt Benson and Eloise Jeanette Benson Nicholl photographs and photograph albums of California life
The Nina Berberova Collection contains correspondence, writings, printed material, photographs, audiovisual recordings and electronic files by and relating to Nina Berberova, especially the latter decades of her life. The material was collected and donated by Murl Barker and John Malmstad.
The collection contains photographs documenting the construction and renovation of Berkeley College. Included are interior and exterior views of courtyards, the Fellow's suite, the dining hall, and architectural details. The collection also contains prints of architect's drawings and plans.
Postcard size reproductions of photographs in Bernard Berenson's photographic archive at Villa I Tatti, Florence, Italy. Among the photography studios represented are Fratelli Alinari and A.C. Cooper. "Most [photographs] were collected by Bernard Berenson from the 1880s until his death in 1959. This partial reproduction of his photographic archive focuses on paintings and drawings by more than 700 Italian Renaissance artists." ---Fogg Library, Harvard University catalog record.