COLLECTIONS: 141 - 147 of 147
Overview: The Genes and Gender Collective was formed in 1977. Members included faculty, students, and researchers in fields as diverse as literature, anthropology, biology, psychology, physiology, medicine, and women's studies, who were concerned with how theories of genetic determinism were used to promote racism and sexism.
FOUND IN: Biblioteca Berenson, I Tatti - The Harvard University Center for Italian Renaissance StudiesCollection Identifier: BER-44
Content Description: The collection, created by the American art historian Craig H. Smyth, consists of personal and professional material documenting his activity: the studies about the Renaissance and the Mannerism, the lectures and lessons, the management of important institutions. The bulk of the collection dates from the late 1930s to the first years of the XXI cent. (he died in 2006). The papers include a rich series of correspondence, as well as drafts for writings, lectures and lessons. Within the...
Overview: Scripts, drafts, production records and other papers of musician and comedian Faith Soloway; film and television writer and director Joey Soloway; and diaries of their mother Elaine Soloway.
Overview: Correspondence, diaries, photographs, etc., of the Stark family of Dorchester, Massachusetts; the Bellamy family of Cleveland, Ohio; and the Crouter family which lived in the Philippines and Cleveland, Ohio, and was interned in a Japanese prisoner of war camp in the Philippines during World War II.
FOUND IN: Biblioteca Berenson, I Tatti - The Harvard University Center for Italian Renaissance StudiesCollection Identifier: BER -1
Overview: These papers primarily contain writings by Stenbock in manuscript or typescript form, as well as some published editions of his work.
Overview: Original manuscript of "The Nationalizing of Business" by Ida M. (Ida Minerva) Tarbell, historian, journalist, lecturer, and muckraker.
FOUND IN: Houghton LibraryCollection Identifier: MS Am 3352
Overview: Original manuscript for A Slaver's Log Book or 20 Year's Residence in Africaby Théophilus Conneau with proofs, notes from editors, correspondence and additional material.