Descriptive Entry This accession consists of records documenting curatorial activities in the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, including the selection of fellowship candidates and interactions with other museums. Judith Zilczer, Curator of Painting, maintained these records. Materials include correspondence, email printouts, research proposals, fellowship applications and information, curricula vitae, essays illustrated with photocopies of artwork, bibliographies, biographies, postcards, press clippings, notes, photocopies of travel documents, photocopies of shipping receipts, photocopies of catalogues, publications from other museums, lists of exhibitions, applications for collaborative research, and memoranda.
Descriptive Entry These records document the acquisition of collections. Records were created and maintained by Charles J. Robertson, Deputy Director. Materials include correspondence, memoranda, object lists, notes, reference material; valuations, funding and financial records; object descriptions; and related material.
MC 918, the Nancy L. Harris Papers, documents Harris' activities as a clinician at Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital, and director of hemopathology at Massachusetts General Hospital through research notes, correspondence, conference programs, and photographs
The collection consists of various types of written materials, including newspapers, periodicals, articles, news clippings, pamphlets, flyers and personal correspondence collected by Bruce Trigg. The collection reflects Trigg's involvement in issues and organizations including the New Mexico Green Party, Planned Parenthood of the Rio Grande and WIPP. Green Party materials include information on New Mexico candidates in the 1996 election, some information on the National party, and personal notes and letters written by Trigg while actively involved in grassroot efforts. Public health issues related to WIPP and the environment are also part of the collection. This includes materials relating to the Department of Energy. Trigg's personal correspondence with elected officials and paperwork relating to his organizational involvements are included. Other significant issues represented in the collection include the public response to building a Walgreens Drug Store on the corner of Carlisle ... Read More
A non-profit, educational organization working at the local level in Dallas, Texas, to promote and protect full reproductive freedom for all women. Serves as a resource clearinghouse for information and education. Summary Correspondence, educational pamphlets and brochures, photographs, posters, and clipping files educating the public about the issue of abortion rights. Includes files on Mary Gilmore and Charlotte Taft who started Choice; a fund established honoring Roise Jimenez, the first woman on Medicaid who died of an illegal abortion; politicians and their stands on the issue; testimonials from women who received abortions; and, the North Texas Abortion Rights League (NTARL). Also includes correspondence, files, brochures, signs and posters, and hate mail from pro-life groups and individuals. The Choice Foundation is listed under the 501(c)3 as Freedom of Choice.
Materials, chiefly relating to Pavola's interest and work in social equality and equal rights, reflecting the gay rights movement in the state of Washington during a time when the movement nation-wide was taking on a much more active, out-in-the open position -- Includes correspondence and materials of groups with which he was affiliated such as Lavender Action, Running Proud, Hands Off Washington, and Capital City Pride; newsletters, fliers, committee notes, campaign materials, and other documents of these groups; various articles and reports, both state and national, regarding gay/lesbian issues; and brochures, pamphlets, newsletters, newspapers, clippings, and other materials. Correspondents include Bill Dubay, Richard Kirton, Anna Schlecht, Ric Leonetti, and Jolene Unsoeld, U.S. representative
Collection contains a great deal of published biographical material about Spratling and information concerning 1947 movie "Silver Bill", correspondence, information about the "Spratling bibliography" project at RBD Library (Auburn University), information about his 1962 honorary doctorate, photographs, Spratling's writings, Mexican visa documents, obituary notices, a 1991 taped interview with W. Kelly Mosley about Spratling, and a 2000 taped lecture on Spratling by Dr. taylor Littleton
Records of Southern California-based gay erotic magazine Stroke, bulk 1980-1997, including model release keys, photographic prints, negatives, slides, artwork, press releases, erotic studio film stills, and reader-contributed letters and polaroids.
Harvard Medical School Office of Resource Development
Harvard University - Countway Library of Medicine
This series includes policy and procedure development documents, planning and proposal records, program establishment, development and review records, directives, reports, meeting minutes, background subject resource and reference materials, working papers, correspondence and memoranda