University of Texas at Austin - Harry Ransom Center
The Ann Savage Papers contain film stills, posters, photographs, moving images, lobby cards, screenplays, contracts, and personal papers belonging to film and television actress Ann Savage
University of Texas at Austin - Harry Ransom Center
Chris Castor (1895-6-?) was a British stage, television, and radio actress, and the first wife of Shakespearean actor Sir Donald Wolfit. The Chris Castor Papers (1876-2004) encompass an assortment of materials from artworks to music manuscripts, correspondence, clippings, photographs, programs, and scrapbooks. The papers are arranged in series that reflect the broad variety of creators and collectors of material within the papers as a whole
University of Texas at Austin - Harry Ransom Center
The Tobe Hooper Papers (1941-2013;1983, bulk 1967-2013;1975) document the creation of Hooper's first feature-length films, Eggshells and The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. The Hooper Papers include production notes, publicity materials, photographs, negatives, slides, clippings, serials, and props related to the creation of these films. The collection also contains other personal and professional documents, including correspondence, materials from the 1975 Cannes Film Festival, and foreign film posters. The timespan documented in this collection is limited and does not encompass the entirety of Hooper's lifelong career in the film and television industry. The Papers are divided into three series: I. Films, 1970-1975, 1982, undated; II. Career and Personal, 1967-2013;1983, undated; and III. Serials, 1941, 1966-2013;1977
University of Chicago - Special Collections Research Center
Campaign poster for the 1916 Presidential election, when Charles Evans Hughes was drafted by the Republican national convention; Hughes campaigned as a candidate of both the Progressive and Republican parties, losing to the incumbent President Woodrow Wilson
University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
Corrected typescript, front matter, galley proofs, ink illustrations, pencil & ink studies, pencil & ink illustrations, pencil illustrations, color pencil illustration, pencil & color pencil illustrations, bound sketchbook with pencil studies, paste-up text & holograph, ink & watercolor illustrations for cover, artist's dummies with pencil studies, ink illustration for cover, promotional poster
University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
Illustrations done in a variety of media many with separations, studies and sketches, layouts, paste-ups, photocopies, proofs, laminates, diazo prints, photostats and book jackets. The collection also includes some manuscript material including typescripts, holographs, correspondence, and proofs for stories retold and illustrated by Charles Mikolaycak
University of Idaho
Dance programs, photographs and other memorabilia of student days at the University of Idaho. Also contains replicas of World War I posters
State University of New York Albany
This collection documents gay and lesbian publications with a particular emphasis on the Capital Region and Upstate New York. Material from New York City and neighboring states is also included. The publications range from professionally produced magazines to independently published zines. The collection also includes material often considered to be ephemeral such as handbills, flyers, advertising postcards, stickers, matchbooks, and other promotional material for various events and venues. Objects includes a condom packaged by the AIDS Council Project HOPE and a latex dental dam from the Women's Action Coalition both of which were used to promote safe sex
Hagley Museum and Library - Manuscripts and Archives Department
The records of DuPont Performance Coatings' Jeff Gordon campaign consist of advertisements and memorabilia collected by a DuPont employee who followed Jeff Gordon on the NASCAR circuit. They include posters, trading cards, stand-up displays, pictures, a comic book featuring Superman and Jeff Gordon, a Kellogg's Frosted Mini Wheats box with Gordon on the front, and other promotional material for DuPont's line of Performance Coatings for NASCAR, all featuring images of Gordon and his car, #24. The marketing efforts featured DuPont's brand of ChromaLusion Paint, a special finish developed for automobiles