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Vreeland, Diana, 1967., 1967. Digital

Item Identifier: MS Thr 411, (1999)
Scope and Contents: The archive includes business and personal papers of George Balanchine from his American years (1933-1983). The only exception is an agreement, signed by Balanchine and a group of young dancers upon leaving Russia in 1924. The archive also includes business correspondence of the New York City Ballet from the time of its establishment in 1948 to 1989. A small part of the archive concerns the operations of the George Balanchine Foundation established three month after Balanchine's death in 1983,...

Vries, Hugo de, 1878-1879 Digital

File Identifier: gra00078
Scope and Contents: This collection, approximately 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker,...

Vriese, Marie A. de, 1854-1857 Digital

File Identifier: gra00078
Scope and Contents: This collection, approximately 1820-1904, includes the personal correspondence of Asa Gray and Sereno Watson, official correspondence of other Herbarium staff, and a small amount of correspondence of noted botanists who were not affiliated with Harvard. Gray correspondence contains letters from several of the most distinguished European and American scientists of the 19th century, including George Bentham, Charles Darwin, Joseph Henry, Joseph Dalton Hooker, William Jackson Hooker,...

Vriese, Willem H. de, 1851-1854 Digital

File Identifier: gra00078
Scope and Contents: Includes letters from Marie A. de Vriese.

VRINDABAN. 5 March 1874. (304), 1874. Digital

Item Identifier: MS Typ 55.11, MS Typ 55.26, TypDr 805.L513, 1784.
Scope and Contents: The Printing and Graphic Arts Department of the Houghton Library possesses a collection of more than 3,500 drawings, by far the largest in the world, that demonstrate just how successful Lear was in this field. The sheer number of drawings in the Houghton collection makes it possible to trace the evolution of his style from the mid-1830s through the 1880s and provides a detailed record of his extensive voyages. The majority of drawings were made during one of his last trips in 1873-1874 and...

VRINDABAN. 5 March 1874. (305), 1874. Digital

Item Identifier: MS Typ 55.11, MS Typ 55.26, TypDr 805.L513, 1785.
Scope and Contents: The Printing and Graphic Arts Department of the Houghton Library possesses a collection of more than 3,500 drawings, by far the largest in the world, that demonstrate just how successful Lear was in this field. The sheer number of drawings in the Houghton collection makes it possible to trace the evolution of his style from the mid-1830s through the 1880s and provides a detailed record of his extensive voyages. The majority of drawings were made during one of his last trips in 1873-1874 and...

VRINDABAN. 6 March 1874. (306), 1874. Digital

Item Identifier: MS Typ 55.11, MS Typ 55.26, TypDr 805.L513, 1786.
Scope and Contents: The Printing and Graphic Arts Department of the Houghton Library possesses a collection of more than 3,500 drawings, by far the largest in the world, that demonstrate just how successful Lear was in this field. The sheer number of drawings in the Houghton collection makes it possible to trace the evolution of his style from the mid-1830s through the 1880s and provides a detailed record of his extensive voyages. The majority of drawings were made during one of his last trips in 1873-1874 and...

VRINDABAN. 6 March 1874. (307), 1874. Digital

Item Identifier: MS Typ 55.11, MS Typ 55.26, TypDr 805.L513, 1787.
Scope and Contents: The Printing and Graphic Arts Department of the Houghton Library possesses a collection of more than 3,500 drawings, by far the largest in the world, that demonstrate just how successful Lear was in this field. The sheer number of drawings in the Houghton collection makes it possible to trace the evolution of his style from the mid-1830s through the 1880s and provides a detailed record of his extensive voyages. The majority of drawings were made during one of his last trips in 1873-1874 and...

VRINDABAN. 6 March 1874. (308), 1874. Digital

Item Identifier: MS Typ 55.11, MS Typ 55.26, TypDr 805.L513, 1788.
Scope and Contents: The Printing and Graphic Arts Department of the Houghton Library possesses a collection of more than 3,500 drawings, by far the largest in the world, that demonstrate just how successful Lear was in this field. The sheer number of drawings in the Houghton collection makes it possible to trace the evolution of his style from the mid-1830s through the 1880s and provides a detailed record of his extensive voyages. The majority of drawings were made during one of his last trips in 1873-1874 and...

VRINDABAN. 6 March 1874. (309), 1874. Digital

Item Identifier: MS Typ 55.11, MS Typ 55.26, TypDr 805.L513, 1789.
Scope and Contents: The Printing and Graphic Arts Department of the Houghton Library possesses a collection of more than 3,500 drawings, by far the largest in the world, that demonstrate just how successful Lear was in this field. The sheer number of drawings in the Houghton collection makes it possible to trace the evolution of his style from the mid-1830s through the 1880s and provides a detailed record of his extensive voyages. The majority of drawings were made during one of his last trips in 1873-1874 and...