Getty Research Institute
The collection comprises a virtually complete archive of papers relating to Hoffman's life and career as a sculptor and writer. Correspondence traces Hoffman's relationships with friends, such as Auguste Rodin, Ivan Mestrovic, Anna Pavlova, Jean Julien Lemordant, Alexandre Iacovleff, and Marianne Moore, family members and clients, as well as the development of her commissions and publications. Manuscripts, edited drafts and published copies representing all of Hoffman's books, articles and lectures are accompanied by publicity and endorsements. A large portion of the collection consists of photo albums, scrapbooks and diaries documenting Hoffman's work, travels and personal life. 16 mm. films produced by Hoffman are present, with footage of other artists at work and dance rituals of the world
University of Mississippi
The collection contains correspondence, photographs, original notes, annotated maps, original broadsides, and original film gathered by Lieutenant Gallagher during the course of his duty in Oxford in the fall of 1962. Although there are a few post-1962 pieces, the bulk of the material is ca. 1962-1963
University of Washington Libraries
Correspondence, speeches, writings, legislation, case files, aides' papers, campaign materials, reports, scrapbooks, photos, film, and sound recordings, relating chiefly to Jackson's career in the U.S. House and Senate, documenting his work on House committees on Appropriations, Flood Control, Indian Affairs, Merchant Marine and Fisheries, Rivers and Harbors, and Small Business, Joint Atomic Energy Committee, and Senate committees on Armed Services, Democratic Steering, Governmental Affairs (later Government Operations), and Interior and Insular Affairs (later Energy and Natural Resources). Includes papers concerning his participation in NATO Parliamentarians Conference (later North Atlantic Assembly), his chairmanship of the Democratic National Committee during the 1960 campaign, and his campaigns for the U.S. Presidency (1972 and 1976). Major correspondents include Edward W. Allen, William T. Beeks, Goodwin Chase, Mark W. Clark, Brewster C. Denny, Dorothy Fosdick, Paul ... Read More
Getty Research Institute
The Experiments in Art and Technology (E.A.T.) archive surveys E.A.T. as an organizer, facilitator and fund-raiser of collaborations between artists and engineers, dating from 1966-93 (bulk 1966-73). The material was generated and accumulated by Billy Klüver, President; Julie Martin, Klüver's assistant and second wife; and other E.A.T. staff members. The bulk of the collection consists of project files containing items such as correspondence, proposals and reports, which pertain to approximately 20 large-scale projects and numerous smaller ones
Getty Research Institute
A collection of film footage, photographic material, audiotracks, and correspondence recording the cinematographic collaborations and personal friendship of Dadaist filmmaker Hans Richter and photographer Arnold Eagle. The collection documents several of Richter's post-World War II film productions, including: Dreams that money can buy, 8 x 8, Chesscetera, Dadascope, and Richter's incomplete animation film based upon a Kasimir Malevich script of 1927. Correspondence, film scripts, story boards, color film footage and sound tracks highlight Eagle's repeated attempts to complete the Malevich animation project, and outline the difficulties confronted in the film's production and its unfinished state
Yale University
The collection consists of photograph albums, lantern slides, motion picture film, and photographic negatives documenting Oastler's interest in wildlife and conservation, from 1909-1938. The 68 photograph albums document the Oastlers' trips to the West and elsewhere. Approximately 6400 lantern slides, most of them hand-colored, were used for Dr. Oastler's lectures on the West, and include nine panoramic lantern slides. These are accompanied by 204 reels of motion picture film, about 80,000 feet, also documenting the Oastlers' Western trips
University of Washington
The Harbaugh papers are comprised of ephemera, correspondence, memorabilia, photographs, posters, newsletters, writings, clippings, reports, organizational materials, and motion picture film collected and created by Harbaugh through his interest and activism in gay rights and gay health. Included are records of gay-oriented organizations, including the Dorian Group, the Seattle Gay Alliance, and the National Leather Association; AIDS-related organizations, including Chicken Soup Brigade, Mobilization Against AIDS, Northwest AIDS Foundation, and Seattle AIDS Network; and counseling groups, including Seattle Counseling Service for Sexual Minorities, Seattle Treatment Exchange Program, Shanti/Seattle, and Stonewall (Seattle). Although the collection primarily relates to gay life in Seattle, there is also significant material relating to gay life in Chicago, the Midwest, and the United States in general. Materials concerning religion and homosexuality are also well represented. The ... Read More
University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
The collection includes videocassette copies of promotional materials and events such as annual dinners, general assemblies, and celebrations, primarily from the 1980s and 1990s. The collection also includes color slides documenting programs such as Youth in Government, Holiday Hills Camp, McBurney schools, and the Northeast Regional Gymnastics Championships. Other media in the collection include audio cassette recordings of radio and television publicity and interviews; 16 mm and 35 mm microfilm of corporate records such as minutes, check stubs and proxies, magnetic recording tape of YMCA events, primarily from General Assemblies and dinners from the 1960s;and filmstrips and films from the period before 1970
Minnesota Historical Society
Papers documenting the life and career of a former Minnesota governor, presidential contender, naval officer, United Nations charter delegate, and Eisenhower cabinet member
Getty Research Institute
An ensemble of original works and printed matter documenting Brown's intent to build a useable study collection of avant-garde materials, dating from 1916-1995 (bulk 1960-1985). In-depth holdings by artists participating in Fluxus, happenings, concrete, sound and visual poetry, mail art, copy art, rubber stamp printing, new music, and video and performance art underscore her range of interests. The collection's broad scope presents a comprehensive account of alternative movements, distribution networks and exhibition venues of the 1960s and 1970s

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