United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
Consists of a photocopy of a typescript memoir, which describes how Miriam Mordecai and her family, Greek Jews, survived the Holocaust. She gives credit to gentiles in Greece who helped save members of her family. Also included is information about World War II in Italy and Albania and the deportation of several of Mordecai's relatives to Auschwitz
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
The Martin Perlmutter papers contain biographical materials and photographs documenting Perlmutter's time in Italy with his wife, primarily in the Bari displaced persons camp, after World War II before their immigration to the United States. Many of the photographs depict demonstrations at the camp against British Foreign Minister Ernest Bevin and restrictive Palestine immigration policies
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
Consists of the survivor testimony of Rosa Ferera, a member of a Sephardic Jewish community on the Island of Rhodes. The testimony describes Ferera's deportation from the Island of Rhodes to Auschwitz, her participation in forced labor at Wilischthal, and her liberation by the Russian Army at Terezin
Columbia College Chicago
Includes non-commercial recordings on compact disc of the Society's concert series La Musica colta Afroamericana with the published programs (1994-1996), and its publications Il Sismografo (1992-1999) and Nerosubianco (1993-1994)
Smithsonian Institution - Archives of American Art
A journal; watercolor and pencil sketches; and a photograph
Smithsonian Institution - Archives of American Art
Correspondence, 1845-1856; and typescripts
Smithsonian Institution - Archives of American Art
Four letters, 1841-1856, including a letter to lawyer Charles Sumner from George Washington Greene, the American Consul in Rome, enclosing a contract signed by Crawford for his statue of ORPHEUS, March 31, 1841; a letter to Greene from Crawford in Paris, September 4, 1845, concerning his travels and his Roman studio; a letter to Sumner from Crawford, May 13, 1849, thanking him for the warm welcome and mentioning his plans for an "artistic expedition" to Philadelphia; a letter to William F. Richie from Crawford in Newport, August 1, 1856, regarding the shipment of his equestrian monument of George Washington from Amsterdam to Richmond, Virginia. Also included is a handwritten copy of a poem, "Crawford's Equestrian Statue of Washington," by John R. Thompson
Smithsonian Institution - Archives of American Art
1 scrapbook containing clippings, catalogs, and photographs of works of Pransky
Smithsonian Institution - Archives of American Art
Freeman from Rome, Italy, to Pickman of Salem, Massachusetts, discussing Freeman's work in obtaining Italian paintings for Pickman. In addition, Freeman discusses his own painting and the political situation in Rome
University of Wyoming - American Heritage Center
Collection contains correspondence, photographs, photograph negatives, and military service records. Collection also contains military orders, flight logs, clippings, maps, and miscellaneous printed materials. Uniforms, hats, pins, buttons, other miscellaneous artifacts, and artwork by Guy H. Gale's daughter Nancy Gale are in this collection as well