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Liveright, A. A. (Alexander Albert), 1907-1969
Alexander A. Liveright was a professor of adult education and director of the Center for the Study of Liberal Education for Adults (CSLEA) for more than ten years. Correspondence, minutes and reports which highlight Liveright’s professional interests and affiliations. Included are papers generated while professor in the schools of education at Boston University and Syracuse University, as director of The Center for the Study of Liberal Education for Adults, and as founding member and Secretary of the International Congress of University Adult Education. Sagamore Conference papers and those of the New Institutional Forms Project, a research project begun by Liveright to study the development of comprehensive adult education programs, also appear in the collection. International adult education is the focus of records from trips to Australia, Hong Kong, India, New Zealand, the Philippines, and Thailand. Miscellaneous material includes newspaper clippings, War Manpower Commission documents, and material from the Highlander Folk School.
Mero, John C.
Interview with Ginsberg from the summer of 1993. Ginsberg discusses Bill Clinton, yoga, infectious diseases, and macrobiotic diets. Interviewed by Dr. John Mero.
Sullivan, A. M. (Aloysius Michael), 1896-1980.
Papers of the Irish-American poet, editor of Dun's Review, and lecturer. Collection includes correspondence, business and literary essays, radio scripts, plays, poems, journals, and speeches. Correspondents include Padraic Colum, Robert Hillyer, Seumas O'Brien, Shaemas O'Sheel, and other literary figures.
Weschler, Anita.
Papers of the American sculptor, painter, interior decorator, poet, author. Collection includes correspondence, artwork (sketches, watercolors), exhibition catalogs, photographs, writings, and memorabilia, including financial material.

Arthur Unger Audio Interview Collection, ca. 1970-1988 14 linear ft. (ca. 1350 sound cassettes)

Unger, Arthur
Collection contains audio interviews conducted by Arthur Unger, a television critic for the Christian Science Monitor and special correspondent for Television Quarterly. Length of interviews varies. Subject include actors, entertainers, musicians, journalists, writers, more. Tapes are sound cassettes, analog, 1 7/8 ips, mono.
Harriman, W. Averell (William Averell), 1891-1986.
Audiorecordings (speeches, interviews) of American politician, businessman and diplomat W. Averell Harriman. There is also one of a speech by John Deane, "With Harriman in Moscow." Several date from Harriman's campaign to be the Democratic Presidential nominee in 1956.
Cunningham, Ben, 1904-1975
Spanning 1904 to 1969, the Ben Cunningham Papers comprises biographical material, correspondence, artwork, writings, and memorabilia of the American painter and art educator (1904-1975). The collection, which is heavily annotated by Cunningham, illuminates a professional career which encompassed WPA Federal Art Project mural work as well as the op art movement of the mid to late 1960s. Some of the items in the collection have been restricted to prevent their further deterioration. Photocopies of these embrittled items have been made available for researcher use.
Johnson, Ben, 1902-1967
Papers of the American painter. Spanning 1951 to 1968, the Ben Johnson Papers comprises correspondence, artwork, writings, and memorabilia of the Brooklyn-born painter (1902-1967) who specialized in female nude figures. Illuminating Johnson's personal and professional life, the collection also provides insight into the career of his wife, artist Alice Terry (b. 1925). Includes correspondence, personal and business, including family letters (1951-1968); photographs of Johnson's paintings; interviews, statements on art; lists of paintings, partially annotated with prices; and printed material, including articles and reviews (1963-1967), newspaper clippings (1954-1967), and exhibition catalogs and invitations (1962-1966).