Library of Congress - Research and Reference Services
Celtic star Bob Cousy dribbling basketball the length of the court, outrunning N.Y. Knick's rookie, Bob McNeil, during game
New York Public Library
Summary: Gene Kelly discusses and compares athletes and dancers who demonstrate, in movement, relationships between sports and dance. The emphasis is on the male performer in ballet, gymnastics, figure skating, folk and national dancing, tap and musical comedy dancing
Syracuse University - Special Collections Research Center and University Archives
Nearly 900 original sports cartoons from the New York Daily News, sketches, correspondence and two newspapers.
Smithsonian Institution Archives
Descriptive Entry This accession consists of audio and visual recordings of National Portrait Gallery exhibitions and announcements used for broadcast. Major exhibitions documented within this collection include: "American Colonial Portraits: 1700-1776," and "Champions of American Sport." Materials consist of 16mm film and magnetic audio tracks.
Suffolk University
Scope and Content The photographs of Suffolk University document several facets of University history and life including events, people and places, student life and organizations and athletic events. The identity of the photographers may be professionals contracted by the University, students or staff, or unknown; the following is a list of photographers that have been identified in the collection: Michael Carroll, Duette Photographers, John Gillooly, Henry Photo, Herwig, Sandra Johnson, John C. ...
Syracuse University - Special Collections Research Center and University Archives
Papers of the television journalist and news commentator. Television documentary, interview scripts and audiorecordings of interviews. People represented include Edward Albee, Cleveland Amory, George Axelrod, William F. Buckley Jr., Marcel Duchamp, Max Eastman, Anne Francis, Gus Hall, Ben Hecht, Henry Kissinger, Shirley MacLaine, Bishop James A. Pike, Ayn Rand, Carl Sandburg, Gore Vidal, and Tennessee Williams.
University of Texas at Austin - Harry Ransom Center
The Bill Bridges Collection is comprised of approximately 100 color transparencies, 6,650 prints and contact sheets, and 18,950 negatives. Bill Bridges worked as a photographer for publications including Life, the Saturday Evening Post, and West, and many of the photographs in this collection reflect that occupation. Included in the collection are photographs of film and television stars, political figures and interesting geographic locations, such as the small mining towns of Arizona.