Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Found in 46 Collections and/or Records:
Overview: Correspondence, draft and published writings, royalty statements, journals, notebooks, publicity materials, etc., of Eve Merriam, poet, playwright, director, lyricist, and feminist.
Overview: Papers of Charlotte Curtis, society reporter and editor for the Columbus Citizen and the New York Times.
FOUND IN: Peabody Museum ArchivesCollection Identifier: 41-72
Scope and Contents: The papers primarily consist of Bushnell and the Bushnell estate's correspondence with dealers, artists, museum professionals and other collectors; Bushnell's fieldnotes from his work with the Choctaw and archaeological expeditions; and, manuscript drafts and notes for his many publications.
FOUND IN: Harvard Art Museums ArchivesCollection Identifier: 1967.79; drawings 1967.79.1-1165
Overview: Approximately 10,000 pages of notes by Stuart Davis, including observations on art theory, politics and social commentary, along with discussion and analysis of some of his paintings. Included are ca. 1,200 diagrams and drawings.
Scope and Content: Collection consists of four student notebooks kept by Irma Seijo Jarcho from 1944 to 1945 while studying for her Master's of Public Health degree at the Harvard School of Public Health, Boston, Massachusetts.
FOUND IN: Harvard University ArchivesCollection Identifier: HUM 287
Overview: Fotis C. Kafatos (1940-2017) was professor of Biology at Harvard University (1969-1994) and chair of the Department of Cellular and Developmental Biology (1978-1981). The Fotis C. Kafatos personal archive chiefly contains Kafatos’s class notes taken while he was a student at Cornell University (1958-1961) and Harvard University (1961-1963) primarily in the fields of biology and zoology, and his Harvard University lecture notes from 1965 to 1990 that he used in his biology classes. Also...
FOUND IN: Peabody Museum ArchivesCollection Identifier: 2003.36
Overview: Diaries, record books, and laboratory notebooks documenting Lorna and Laurence Marshall's journeys to Africa from 1951-1968 and their ethnographic research of the Ju/'hoansi people of Nyae Nyae (now Nambia).