State University of New York Albany
Papers of Norman Studer, educator, folklorist, and writer. The papers primarily document Studer's activities as an educator at the Little Red School House and Elisabeth Irwin High School, an educator and administrator at the Downtown Community School, founder and Director of Camp Woodland, and his various writing projects. The papers reflect Studer's two principal life-long interests: progressive education and folklore. The collection is particularly strong in its representation of Catskill folklore and folk music, including manuscript material, photographs, reel-to-reel audio recordings, and 16mm movies documenting interviews with indigenous Catskill informants, folk festivals, and life at Camp Woodland. The inclusive dates of the collection are 1817-1988, with the bulk of the material dating 1952-1978
Harvard University - Harvard University Archives
Consists of audio and videotapes of Harvard events, including the 350th Anniversary celebration
Harvard University - Harvard University Archives
Videotapes of Commencement and Class Day
Columbia University
The records include addresses, annual reports, correspondence, memos, minutes, program files, newsclippings, administrative records, photographs, video tape, and film. They include material dating from the decades prior to the establishment of the settlement which shed light on the philosophy and motivation of its founders, and offer a unique view of the first wave of the settlement house movement in America. The records document social conditions, demographic change, political activity and philanthropy in New York City. Addresses by East Side House founder Everett P. Wheeler, included in Series I, document his family history and career as a lawyer and civic reformer prior to the founding of East Side House. Wheeler's correspondence details his role in establishing the settlement and managing it during its first decades
University of Wyoming - American Heritage Center
The George G. Bain photographs and motion picture films include scenes taken on Bain's LU sheep ranch in Wyoming from the 1930s to the early 1950s, as well as images of the Bain family
Getty Research Institute
Records include correspondence, memoranda, printed matter, minutes, financial and legal documents, films, CD-ROMs, slides, and ephemera produced and collected by the Program for Art on Film, 1951-1999 and undated. Included in the collection are records created and collected by the Program for Art on Film. Among the records created by the Program are correspondence, publications and related correspondence and memoranda, and films. Also included in the records are interviews with filmmakers, in both audio cassette and transcript format, information on two symposia organized by the Program, and records of the Advisory and Managing Committees. Materials collected by the Program include subject files, primarily on art historical topics and film-related topics; information on filmmakers, art historians and artists; brochures and catalogs from film production and distribution companies; information (catalogs, press releases, brochures) on art-related film festivals, both domestic and ... Read More
Getty Research Institute
The archive documents Yvonne Rainer's life as an artist from the late 1950s through 2006, and includes photographic material dated as early as 1933. The collection includes correspondence, including exchanges with Trisha Brown, Robert Morris and Benjamin Buchloh; choreographic scores; film scripts; photographs, negatives, contact sheets and slides, many by Peter Moore documenting Rainer's work; audio and video recordings, and film reels; manuscripts essays and notes; publications by and about Rainer; press reviews of dance and film; personal diaries, calendars and address books; and extensive rare ephemera. The archive also contains film footage in various formats of Rainer's work
Getty Research Institute
The papers provide both an overview of, and unique insight into Teske's creative processes, influences and relationships. Correspondents represented in Series I include Frank Lloyd Wright, Paul Strand, Edgar Tafel and Aline Barnsdall. Of particular note are fourteen letters from Minor White, in which he provides an in-depth assessment of Teske's aesthetic development. Teske's correspondence also chronicles his interactions with museums and galleries such as the Museum of Modern Art, the Art Institute of Chicago, the George Eastman House and the Witkin Gallery. Series I also includes personal documents, sketches and ephemera
Getty Research Institute
The papers of American artist Eleanor Antin include extensive correspondence and writings, journals and sketchbooks, hundreds of photographs and negatives, and master recordings of her video, film, and audio works. The papers span the artists professional career, beginning with audio cassettes of her performances as an actress in the 1950s. Series I. Correspondence includes professional correspondence with art critics, curators, and artist colleagues such as Lucy Lippard and Brian O'Doherty. Series II. Notebooks spans three decades and includes notes, drafts, and sketches of all of Antins works, offering insight into her composition process and her source material. Series II. Projects contains these same materials in a more developed or finished state, including completed screenplays, shooting scripts, and exhibition installation plans. These projects are also documented by a very complete set of announcements in Series VI, and reviews and press releases in Series VII. Photographs in ... Read More
Oregon State University Libraries - Special Collections and Archives Research Center
The Ralph I Gifford Motion Picture Films consist of The New Oregon Trail and unedited motion film clips of a variety of subjects. The New Oregon Trail is a tourism promotion film presented by the Oregon State Highway Department. The production was supervised and edited by Harold Bradley Say, photographed by Ralph I. Gifford, and distributed by Castle Films. The 16 mm Kodachrome color film, with soundtrack, is approximately 22 minutes long (800 feet). A digital duplication master and DVD use copy are available. The film is also available for viewing online. The New Oregon Trail consists of footage of scenic and recreational attractions in Oregon. It includes: Wallowa Lake and the Wallowa Mountains; Celilo Falls, Multnomah Falls, the Columbia River Highway, Columbia River Gorge, and Bonneville Dam; Portland street scenes, waterfront, and Rose Festival activities; the Oregon Coast, Astoria Regatta, Seaside, sea lions, and lighthouses; the Oregon Caves and Crater Lake; the Rogue, Umpqua, ... Read More


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