Edgerton, Harold Eugene, 1903-1990.University of Texas - Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center35 photographic prints The subjects represented in this collection range in dimension from the spash of a milk drop to the explosion of an atomic bomb. There are a number of studies of people in motion, including athletes from a variety of sports such as archery, diving, fencing, football, golf, pole vaulting, and tennis. Among the other subjects depicted, both animate and inanimate, are birds, bullets, and broken glass.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Crowley, John, 1942-University of Texas - Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center21The John Crowley papers, ca. 1962-2000, document the creation and realization of his novels, short stories, and scripts. The Diaries subseries contains 12 journals written between 1964 and 1995, arranged chronologically. The Fiction subseries contains Crowley's manuscripts, working drafts and publication matter for seven novels and two short story collections. The Film and Television subseries contains thirty scripts including six feature filmscripts, five unrealized documentaries, and two television proposals. Eight of the documentary scripts were written in collaboration with his wife, Laurie Block. The Commercial Project subseries includes advertising copy, narration for a fireworks display, and short articles from a variety of publications.Contact InformationFinding AidCatalog Record
University of Texas - Harry Ransom Humanities Research CenterThe Crowley papers consist entirely of drafts of his novels, short stories, and scripts for film and television.Contact InformationFinding Aid
University of Texas - Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center.5 box (0.21 linear feet)The Albert Maltz Collection consists of 1941 screen treatment, containing photographs and sketches, and a first draft shooting script bound into one volume, as well as four loose promotional photographs for the film, This Gun for Hire .Contact InformationFinding Aid
Silvy, Camille-Léon-Louis, 1834-1910.University of Texas - Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center42 photographic prints, comprising 92 images The collection contains uncut, partially cut, and cut but untrimmed portraits in carte-de-visite format. None are mounted on cards.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Rejlander, O. G. (Oscar Gustav), 1813-1875.University of Texas - Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center9 photographic prints The Oscar Rejlander Collection contains portraits of women and children, including one identified as the Countess of Pankerville; a portrait of Lewis Carroll; and a self-portrait of Rejlander. Also included is a picturesque view of Scotland's Loch Katrine.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Avedon, Richard, 1923- .University of Texas - Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center3 photographic prints The collection consists of two portraits and one photographic postcard. Titles include: 1. [Isak Dinesen], 2. V. Krishna Menon, and 3. [Laura Wilson and Richard Avedon].Contact InformationCatalog Record
Fratelli AlinariUniversity of Texas - Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center61 photographic prints Comprised of 60 loose albumen prints and 1 carte-de-visite, the collection is a mixture of photographs of art work in museums, and architectural views of Florence, Brescia, Padua, Perugia, Pisa, and Venice. The majority of views were taken around Florence, home of the Fratelli Alinari studio. Structures represented include Santa Maria del Fiore (a.k.a., Il Duomo), Campanile di Giotto, Galleria Uffizi, and Palazzo Vecchio, with interior views of the murals of Santa Croce and Santa Maria Novella, and statues in the Accademia di belle Arti. Other buildings and art collections represented include the Palazzo Municipale (Brescia), the Palazzo della Ragione (Padua), Collegio del Cambio (Perugia), the Battistero (Pisa), and the Piazza dei Signori (Venice).Contact InformationCatalog Record
University of Texas - Harry Ransom Humanities Research CenterApproximately 8,000 itemsThe Robert De8202;Niro Costumes and Props, 1967-2005 (bulk 1990-2005), consist of approximately 8,000 costume, prop, and makeup items from fifty-six motion pictures and two theater productions. Included are items from unidentified productions for which the genre and date are unknown. The costumes and props were acquired in 2006 along with De8202;Niro’s personal papers, moving image materials, and personal effects, which are described separately and housed in Manuscript, Film, and Personal Effects collections within the Ransom Center.Contact InformationFinding Aid
University of Texas - Harry Ransom Humanities Research CenterThe collection documents the author's early career as a poet and his later career as an authority on children's customs, toys, games, and nursery rhymes.Contact InformationFinding Aid
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