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18th-century printed vignettes by various artists acquired by Philip Hofer.
Contents include: an album of 22 signed watercolor caricatures by Lhéritier (including comedians of the Théâtre du Palais-Royal, mid 1850s); and an album containing 42 portraits of actors and actresses (many from the Théâtre des Jeunes-Élèves, rue de Thionville).
176 images, many hand-colored, of women, men, children, couples, and soldiers, chiefly tintypes with a smaller number of salt prints, albumen prints, and one painting. In most cases, both the photographer and the sitter are unidentified.
Subjects identifiable by annotations: June Anderson, Jackson, Morly, and Montgomery. One photographer is identified as Albert Sandoz.
A collection of drawings of the interiors of nineteenth-century London theaters.
Papers collected by Harvard University president A. Lawrence Lowell as a member of the 1927 advisory committee (the "Lowell Commission") for Massachusetts governor Alvan T. Fuller's clemency review of the sentences of Nicola Sacco and Bartolomeo Vanzetti.
Papers assembled by Harvard President A. Lawrence Lowell in his capacity as a member on the Commission on Second-Class Mail Matter.
Transcripts taken from unedited filmed interviews with American composer Aaron Copeland, recorded at the WGBH studios in Boston, Massachusetts. These tapes formed the basis for the later television series, Music in the 20s.
Contains loose correspondence and a letterbook relating to Abbott Lawrence, as well as company letters that continue after his death, signed by Lawrence company representatives.