Found in 794 Collections and/or Records:
Depicts the exterior of the Cango Caves in Oudtshoorn, South Africa. Eight people stand in front--a group of men and boys, wearing Western garb and appearing to be tourists at the cave. Has the ink stamp of "T.D. Ravenscroft" of Rondebosch (Cape Town), on the reverse
With the ink stamp of T.D. Ravenscroft on the reverse.
The Thomas Carlyle Collection is a mixed-provenance collection of material by and about Thomas Carlyle. Material includes writings, notes, maps, and correspondence that document Carlyle's research on German history and literature and on Oliver Cromwell, among other topics.
The collection comprises travel sketches, scrapbooks, and genealogical material concerning the Carr family of Northumberland, England.
The collection includes correspondence, business and legal papers, personal papers, printed ephemera, genealogical research materials, photographs, and a scrapbook documenting the lives of the Carrillo de Albornoz and Aldama families including Isaac Carrillo de Albornoz, René Carrillo de Albornoz, Miguel de Aldama, and other family members who lived in Cuba and the United States in the late 19th and 20th centuries.
Collection of ephemera, including articles, newspaper clippings, brochures, pamphlets, and photographs started by Yale Professor Carroll L.V. Meeks. Upon his death, the collection was given by his daughters to the Yale University Arts Library and maintained in the Visual Resources Collection where department staff added material on occasion.
The Carroll Revue was a California-based troupe of female impersonators, founded by drag artist Carroll Wallace in or around 1954, that performed in the United States and abroad. The collection documents the entertainers associated with, and performances staged by, the Revue from approximately 1954 to 1961. The collection is comprised principally of studio photographs, and includes a small amount of printed material consisting of two performance announcements, a brochure, and letter.
Guide to the Catalog of Photographic Prints of Backdrops for the Motion Picture Industry in California
Catalog of photographic prints of backdrops for the motion picture industry chiefly in California comprised of photographic views of sites in California from approximately 1925 to approximately 1945, with the bulk from approximately 1935.
The collection consists of postcards and photographs of Yale University. The postcards are part of the American Scenes Postal Card series; the photographs are print copies of the postcard scenes. Included are negatives as well as some non-Yale images.
Charles Seymour, Jr. Collection of European Sculpture, Painting and Architecture Photographs and Research Materials
This collection contains photographic prints, slides and negatives by photojournalist D. Michael Cheers. The bulk of the photographs contain images used for articles in Ebony South Africa, of which Cheers was managing editor from 1995-2000. Other material includes Cheers' photojournalism work, including his coverage of Jesse Jackson's presidential campaigns, the Rainbow Coalition, Jackson's meetings with Nelson Mandela, and photographs of Hugh Masekela.
The Henri Chopin Papers document the work and life of French avant-garde poet and musician Henri Chopin. The papers consist of personal and professional correspondence, subject files, writings relating to various publications, artwork, writings of others, photographs, audiovisual materials, and posters spanning the years 1948 to 2009.
Depicts Clare Leigton working on compositional studies for Grist Milling. Verso: numbered "1" in pencil. Red ink stamp reading: "Photography by / Ruth M. Hitzberger / Church Hill Road / Washington Depot, Conn. / Wash. 2687"
The compositional study shown in this photograph is not among the present collection held at the YCBA.
Depicts Clare Leighton working on the woodblock for Grist Milling. Her face is not in the frame, which centers on her hands and tools. Verso: numbered "8" in pencil; red ink stamp reading: "Photography by / Ruth M. Hitzberger / Church Hill Road / Washington Depot, Conn. / Wash. 2687."
Depicts Clare Leighton inking the woodblock for Grist Milling with a hand-held ink-roller. She is visible from the waist up, wearing a loose, dark-colored dress. Verso: numbered "5" in pencil; red ink stamp reading: "Photography by / Ruth M. Hitzberger / Church Hill Road / Washington Depot, Conn. / Wash. 2687."
Depicts Clare Leighton printing Grist Milling by hand, using the back of a spoon to rub the paper onto the woodblock. Only her hands and torso are visible. Verso: numbered "4" in pencil; red ink stamp reading: "Photography by / Ruth M. Hitzberger / Church Hill Road / Washington Depot, Conn. / Wash. 2687."