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Studio 52 A, 1974-1975., 1974-1975. Digital

Item — Box: 38Identifier: MS Thr 411, (1828)
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,...

Studio portrait of an unidentified child, undated. Digital

Item — Box: 1Identifier: MS Thr 559, (36)
Scope and Contents: The majority of the photographs in this album are snapshots possibly taken by Virginia Woolf or by her friends and family. The subject of the majority of the photographs are family and friends of Virginia Woolf. Subjects include Virginia Woolf, Clive Bell, Quentin Bell, Vanessa Bell, Margaret Llewelyn Davies, T. S. (Thomas Stearns) Eliot, Roger Eliot Fry, E. M. (Edward Morgan) Forster, Angelica Garnett, Duncan Grant, Lytton Strachey and Bella Sidney Woolf. Some locations of the...

Studio portrait of Julian Bell, undated. Digital

document — Box: 1Identifier: MS Thr 561, (50)
Scope and Contents: The majority of the photographs in this album are snapshots possibly taken by Virginia Woolf or by her friends and family. The rest of the photographs include portraits or scenic landscapes of their homes or from their travels. The subject of the majority of the photographs are family and friends of Virginia Woolf. Subjects include Virginia Woolf, Julian Bell, Quentin Bell, Dora de Houghton Carrington, E. M. (Edward Morgan) Forster, Roger Eliot Fry, Angelica Garnett, Duncan Grant, Ralph...

Studio portrait of Quentin Bell, undated. Digital

document — Box: 1Identifier: MS Thr 561, (51)
Scope and Contents: The majority of the photographs in this album are snapshots possibly taken by Virginia Woolf or by her friends and family. The rest of the photographs include portraits or scenic landscapes of their homes or from their travels. The subject of the majority of the photographs are family and friends of Virginia Woolf. Subjects include Virginia Woolf, Julian Bell, Quentin Bell, Dora de Houghton Carrington, E. M. (Edward Morgan) Forster, Roger Eliot Fry, Angelica Garnett, Duncan Grant, Ralph...

Studio view with painting on easel. Halle a.d. Saale; [1929-1931]., [1929-1931]. Digital

Item — Box: 4Identifier: MS Ger 146.4, (391)
Scope and Contents: 531 black-and-white photographs taken by Lyonel Feininger. The photographs were identified, given titles, and arranged by T. Lux Feininger, the artist's son. Collection includes T. Lux Feininger's card index to this collection (item 532), from which the collection finding aid was produced; and some family photographs, including photographs of Lyonel's wife, Julia Feininger.

Studio window and painting on easel. Halle a.d. Saale; [1929-1931]., [1929-1931]. Digital

Item — Box: 4Identifier: MS Ger 146.4, (395)
Scope and Contents: 531 black-and-white photographs taken by Lyonel Feininger. The photographs were identified, given titles, and arranged by T. Lux Feininger, the artist's son. Collection includes T. Lux Feininger's card index to this collection (item 532), from which the collection finding aid was produced; and some family photographs, including photographs of Lyonel's wife, Julia Feininger.

Studio windows, at night. Halle a.d. Saale; [1929-1931]., [1929-1931]. Digital

Item — Box: 4Identifier: MS Ger 146.4, (392)
Scope and Contents: 531 black-and-white photographs taken by Lyonel Feininger. The photographs were identified, given titles, and arranged by T. Lux Feininger, the artist's son. Collection includes T. Lux Feininger's card index to this collection (item 532), from which the collection finding aid was produced; and some family photographs, including photographs of Lyonel's wife, Julia Feininger.

Studio windows, at night. Halle a.d. Saale; [1929-1931]., [1929-1931]. Digital

Item — Box: 4Identifier: MS Ger 146.4, (393)
Scope and Contents: 531 black-and-white photographs taken by Lyonel Feininger. The photographs were identified, given titles, and arranged by T. Lux Feininger, the artist's son. Collection includes T. Lux Feininger's card index to this collection (item 532), from which the collection finding aid was produced; and some family photographs, including photographs of Lyonel's wife, Julia Feininger.

Studs Terkel interview with Gerda Lerner, June 27, 1986. Digital

Item Identifier: MC 769; T-493; CD-79; Vt-265; DVD-100, T-493.12.
Scope and Contents: Series VII, AUDIO-VISUAL MATERIALS, 1946-2013 (#T-493.1 - T-493.42, CD-79.1 - CD-79.10, Vt-265.1 -Vt-265.7, DVD-100.1 -DVD-100.3), contains audio and video recordings of Lerner interviews, conference presentations, readings, and other events in which Lerner participated. Interviews include discussions of Lerner's books, the state of women's history programs, the need for women to know their history, and the influence of women's history on political movements. Also included are a small number of...

Study alcove., 1963, Digital

Item — Box: S043.38Identifier: RG M-CL02, Series 00096b, Image: 00096.547
Scope and Contents: This finding aid describes photographs, negatives, drawings, photomechanical prints, and slides depicting interior views of the Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine. Subjects include architectural drawings, building construction, and interior views of the building. Unless noted all images are black and white. Described in other finding aids are images depicting construction of the building, the cornerstone-laying ceremony, the library dedication exercises, library administrators and staff,...