COLLECTIONS: 1 - 14 of 14
Materials collected byAndrás Riedlmayer relating to Balkan Cultural Heritage - in particular,war in Bosnia and Kosovo during the 1990s and the destruction of cultural heritage. Included in the collection are original documents and letters, academic and non-academic articles, photographs, slides, multimedia, testimonies, magazine and newspaper articles, physical objects and other miscellaneous materials collected by Mr. Riedlmayer.
Studio portraits of chiefly French literary figures by commercial photographer G.L. Manuel Freres.
Photos and papers of the late photojournalist Gordon Ward Gahan. The materials consist chiefly of 35mm color slide photographs taken on assignment around the world for the National Geographic Society, 1968-1982; other materials include motion pictures, sound recordings, publications, correspondence and notes, and realia.
Photographic prints of art and architecture in Venice and the Veneto; includes some general city views and street scenes. Photographed by Osvaldo Böhm, Carlo Naya, and others.
A portion of the personal papers of museum director and architect Sidney Fiske Kimball relating to the study of architectural history. Included in the papers are letters sent and received, manuscripts and typescripts of books and articles pertaining to European and American architecture and architects, and a vast amount of research material (notes, photos, and printed matter) collected by Mr. Kimball.
Photographs, attributed to "Donohugh" by the donor, from a trip, possibly made by a Methodist Episcopal (M.E.) Church group, mostly through Central and Eastern Europe, with visits to sites in Germany, Bulgaria, Hungary, Czechoslovakia, Yugoslavia, Austria, and Holland.
Papers of architect, archaeologist, and Harvard University Fogg Art Museum research fellow, Prentice Duell. Includes correspondence, subject files, research materials, compositions, original drawings, photographs, and printed materials.
Photograph albums with black and white and color photographs of Queneditt’s artwork, exhibition brochures, loose photographs and slides (many with artist’s annotations). The Grupo Antillano portion includes visitors’ books, exhibition brochures, and materials relating to the 2014 Drapetomanía exhibition: correspondence, curricula vitae of artists, draft texts, financial documents, and publicity postcards.
Rubbings, mostly ink on paper, from sites and stelae in China.
Photographs of colonial New England architecture taken by Arthur C. Haskell between 1934 and 1950.
Photographic images of churches and Christian antiquities in Syria, Egypt, Jordan, Italy, and Turkey. Tom Jacoby's pictorial archive documents, in both black & white and color, an important stage in the history of Christian architecture. Syria's early Christian churches bear witness to a major cultural crossroads reflecting influences from the Roman basilica model to Eastern styles with the surmounting dome to temple architecture.