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Van Sinderen, Adrian, 1887-1963.
Papers of the American corporation executive, philanthropist, author. Collection includes manuscript books, essays, and speeches; notebooks. Also, annual reports and other publications of the American Horse Shows Association and the Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences.
Dunn, Alan, 1900-
The papers of the American cartoonists for The New Yorker (1926-1974) include correspondence (letters from John Taylor Arms, Peggy Bacon, Isabel Bishop, Warren Chappell, Eric Hodgins, and Alan Watts); cartoons and drawings; exhibition catalogs; notebooks; business files and financial records; and memorabilia, including clippings, photographs, and scrapbooks. .
Mayor, Alfred Goldsborough, 1868-1922.
Correspondence (1881-1926); typescript manuscripts, notebooks, photographs, sketchbooks, and printed material, including articles by and about Mayor, and newspaper clippings. Correspondence includes that of Anna Hyatt Huntington, Audella Beebe Hyatt, A. Hyatt Mayor, and Harriet Randolph Hyatt Mayor.
Terhune, Alfred McKinley, 1899-1975
Papers of the American professor, biographer. Correspondence, writings, notes, and FitzGerald memorabilia brought together by Terhune to support his ongoing research which culminated in the publication of the four-volume The Letters of Edward FitzGerald (1830-1883), an effort begun by Terhune and completed after his death by his wife Annabelle Burdick Terhune. In addition to FitzGerald, the collection is representative of the interests of a number of individuals (Henry B. Lister, Waldo Maas, Terhune) and organizations (most notably the Omar Khayyam Club), and spans nearly a century of collecting tastes and history. It is therefore also a resource for other notable 19th century British writers and scholars including Bernard Barton, Francis Capper Brooke, E.B. Cowell, George Crabbe, Joseph Fletcher, A.P. Moor, Bernard Quaritch, Alfred Tennyson, and William Makepeace Thackeray. It also provides much information about Suffolk, England and its environs as well as insights into the character of the Victorian period.
Hyatt, Alpheus, 1838-1902.
Correspondence, diary, expedition journal, financial material, scientific notebook and sketches, photographs, published material, including articles and newspaper clippings, and scrapbooks. Correspondence (1854-1902) includes that of Alexander Agassiz, Charles E. Beecher, E.D. Cope, James D. Dana, J.S. Diller, G.K. Gilbert, G. Brown Goode, Asa Gray, Robert T. Hill, Anna Hyatt Huntington, Hyatt’s father, Alpheus Hyatt, Audella Beebe Hyatt, Jules Marcou, Harriet Randolph Hyatt Mayor, A.S. Packard, Charles Schuchert, and Charles Walcott.
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.
Hyatt, Audella Beebe, 1840-1932.
Correspondence, incoming and outgoing (1860-1932); diaries; account books; notebooks; a partial autobiography; and sketches. Correspondents include Clara Carter Hyatt Coad, Mary E. Freeman, Anna Hyatt Huntington, Archer M. Huntington, Alpheus Hyatt, Leon Kroll, Alpheus Hyatt Mayor, and Harriet Randolph Hyatt Mayor.
Reed, Bernard W. (Bernard Webster), 1916-1962.
Correspondence, research materials, course materials and a subject file. Reed's dissertation on the origins and history of the Association of University Evening Colleges (AUEC) is well represented, and includes summaries of Proceedings of Annual Conventions, officer rosters, and transcripts of interviews with AUEC executives. There is also information on the Association of Urban Universities (AUU), the National University Extension Association (NUEA), and the Center for the Study of Liberal Education for Adults (CSLEA) as they relate to the AUEC. In addition, there are course materials from his tenure at the University of Chicago, many of which originated from the Industrial Relations Center. The subject file contains material related to adult education and evening colleges.
Artzybasheff, Boris, 1899-1965
Spanning 1893 to 1966, the Boris Artzybasheff Papers comprises biographical material, correspondence, artwork, writings, and memorabilia of the Russian-American artist (1899-1965), who is perhaps most widely known for the more than 200 covers of Time magazine he produced between 1941 and 1965. Illuminating Artzybasheff's unique and versatile artistic style as well as his life as an immigrant in the United States, the collection documents the career of the illustrator, painter, designer, and author.