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Albert Duveen art reference files, [ca. 1831-1950]

Creator:
Duveen, Albert
Rosenthal, Albert 1863-1939
Subject:
Alexander, Francis 1800-1880
Allston, Washington 1779-1843
Bartlett, W. H (William Henry) 1809-1854
Ben-Zion
Birch, Thomas 1779-1851
Blackburn, Joseph fl. 1753-1763
Blakelock, Ralph Albert 1847-1919
Blauvelt, Charles F. 1824-1900
Blume, Peter 1906-1992
Branchard, Emile Pierre 1881-1938
Browere, A. D. O (Alburtis Dell Orient) 1814-1887
Brown, John George 1831-1913
Buddington, Jonathan
Buttersworth, James Edward 1817-1894
Carter, Dennis Malone 1827-1881
Cassatt, Mary 1844-1926
Catlin, George 1796-1872
Cézanne, Paul 1839-1906
Chabor, Moura
Chagall, Marc 1887-
Chambers, Thomas b. 1807 or 8
Charlot, Jean 1898-1979
Cole, Thomas 1801-1848
Constable, John 1776-1837
Cope, George 1855-1929
Copley, John Singleton 1738-1815
Crawford, Ralston 1906-1978
Cropsey, Jasper Francis 1823-1900
Davies, Arthur B (Arthur Bowen) 1862-1928
Despiau, Charles 1874-1946
Detre, Roland 1903-
Dibble, Thomas R (Thomas Reilly) 1898-
Donati, Enrico 1909-2008
Doriani, William 1891-
Doughty, Thomas 1793-1856
Drew-Bear, Jessie 1877?-1962
Duncanson, Robert S. 1821-1872
Durand, Asher Brown 1796-1886
Durrie, George Henry 1820-1863
Duveneck, Frank 1848-1919
Duyckinck, Evert A (Evert Augustus) 1816-1878
Eakins, Thomas 1844-1916
Eichholtz, Jacob 1776-1842
Eilshemius, Louis M (Louis Michel) 1864-1941
Elliott, Charles Loring 1812-1868
Field, Robert 1769?-1819
Ganso, Emil 1895-1941
Gargallo, Pablo 1881-1934
Gelb, Jan 1906-1978
Gillman, Paul
Gullager, Christian
Hall, George Henry 1825-1913
Harding, Chester 1792-1866
Harnett, William Michael 1848-1892
Harvey, George W. 1855-
Hays, William Jacob 1830-1875
Healy, G. P. A (George Peter Alexander) 1813-1894
Henry, Edward Lamson 1841-1919
Hesselius, John 1728-1778
Hicks, Edward 1780-1849
Hicks, Thomas 1823-1890
Homer, Winslow 1836-1910
Hudson, Samuel Adams 1813-1894
Huntington, Daniel 1816-1906
Inman, Henry 1801-1846
Inness, George 1825-1894
Jarvis, John Wesley 1780-1840
Johnson, Eastman 1824-1906
Johnston, Henrietta
Johnston, John Bernard 1847-1886
Kayn, Hilde B. 1903-1950
Kelekian, Dikran 1868-1951
Lane, Fitz Hugh 1804-1865
Lawson, Ernest 1873-1939
Lefferts, M. F
Leigh, William Robinson 1866-1955
Lincoln, Abraham 1809-1865
Luks, George Benjamin 1867-1933
Malbone, Edward Greene 1777-1807
Maurer, Alfred Henry 1868-1932
Maurer, Louis 1832-1932
Miller, Alfred Jacob 1810-1874
Moeller, Louis 1855-1930
Morse, Samuel Finley Breese 1791-1872
Neagle, John 1796-1865
Organ, Donald
Otis, Bass 1784-1861
Pach, Walter 1883-1958
Peale, Charles Willson 1741-1827
Peale, James 1749-1831
Peale, Rembrandt 1778-1860
Penn, William 1644-1718
Perry, E. W (Enoch Wood) 1831-1915
Philippoteaux, Fʹelix Emmanuel Henri 1815-1884
Polk, Charles Peale 1767-1822
Pope, T. B (Thomas Benjamin) d. 1891
Porter, Rufus 1792-1884
Prior, William Matthew 1806-1873
Quirt, Walter 1902-
Ranney, William Tylee 1813-1857
Remington, Frederic 1861-1909
Robins, Louisa Winslow 1898-1962
Roesen, Severin ca. 1815-ca. 1872
Rossiter, Thomas Prichard 1818-1871
Rothermel, Peter Frederick 1812-1895
Russell, Charles M (Charles Marion) 1864-1926
Saint-Mémin, Charles Balthazar Julien Fevret de 1770-1852
Savage, Edward 1761-1817
Sawitzky, William 1880-1947
Schattenstein, Nikol 1877-1954
Schussele, Christian 1826?-1879
Serres, D
Sharples, James ca. 1751-1811
Shulman, Morris
Smibert, John 1688-1751
Soudeikine, Serge
Soutine, Chaim 1893-1943
Spencer, Frederick R. 1806-1875
Stewart, Albert T. 1900-1965
Street, Robert 1796-1865
Strong, William J
Stuart, Gilbert 1755-1828
Sullivan, Charles 1794-1867
Sully, Thomas 1783-1872
Tait, Arthur Fitzwilliam 1819-1905
Tirrell, G
Trumbull, John 1756-1843
Vanderlyn, John 1775-1852
Vanderlyn, Pieter ca. 1687-1778
Von Schlegell, William 1877-1950
Waldo, Samuel 1783-1861
Walkowitz, Abraham 1880-1965
Washington, George 1732-1799
Weinberg, Elbert 1928-
Weir, Julian Alden 1852-1919
Welch, Thomas B. 1814-1874
Wertmüller, Adolph Ulric 1751-1811
West, Benjamin 1738-1820
Whitney, Anne 1821-1915
Wiltz, Arnold 1889-1937
Winner, William E. ca. 1815-1883
Wood, S
Wood, Thomas Waterman 1823-1903
Centurion (Firm)
Holland House Corporation of the Netherlands
Physical description:
ca. 1000 items (on 5 microfilm reels)
Type:
Mixed archival materials
Collection descriptions
Date:
1831
ca 1831-1950
Topic:
Art, American
Local number:
AAA NDU1-NDU5
AAA
AAA duvealbe2
Notes:
Albert Duveen was an art dealer and collector with offices in New York, N.Y., specializing in early American art. He was a cousin to Joseph Duveen (1869-1939), 1st Baron Duveen, president of Duveen Brothers art dealers
Summary:
Files on ca. 150 American artists and art subjects, selected from Duveen's art reference files. Included are photographs of paintings in other collections, auction and exhibition catalogs, miscellaneous publications
Files include: Francis Alexander, Washington Allston, William H. Bartlett, Ben-Zion, Thomas Birch, Joseph Blackburn, Ralph A. Blakelock, Charles F. Blauvelt, Peter Blume, Emile Branchard, Albertis D. O. Browere, John G. Brown, Jonathan Buddington, James E. Buttersworth, Carra, Dennis M. Carter, Mary Cassatt, George Catlin, Centurion, Paul Cezanne, Moura Chabor, Marc Chagall, T. Chambers, Jean Charlot, Thomas Cole, John Constable, George Cope, John S. Copley, Ralston Crawford, Jasper F. Cropsey, Arthur B. Davies, Charles Despiau, Roland Detre, Thomas R. Dibble, Enrico Donati, William Doriani, Thomas Doughty, Jessie Drew-Bear, Robert S. Duncanson, Dunlap, Asher B. Durand, George H. Durrie
Frank Duveneck, Evert Duyckinck, Thomas Eakins, Jacob Eichholtz, Louis M. Eilshemius, Charles L. Elliott, Robert Field, Emil Ganso, Pablo Gargallo, Jan Gelb, Paul Gillman, Christian Gullager, George H. Hall, Chester Harding, William M. Harnett, George Harvey, William J. Hays, George P. A. Healy, Edward L. Henry, John Hesselius, Edward Hicks, Thomas Hicks, Holland House, Charles Fevret de Saint-Memin, Winslow Homer, S. A. Hudson, Daniel Huntington, Henry Inman, George Inness, John W, Jarvis, Eastman Johnson, Henrietta Johnston, John Johnston, Hilde B. Kayn, Dikran K. Kelekian, Fitz Hugh Lane, Ernest Lawson, M. F. Lefferts, William R. Leigh, Abraham Lincoln, George B. Luks, Edward G. Malbone, Alfred H. Maurer
Louis Maurer, McKay, Alfred J. Miller, Louis C. Moeller, Samuel F. B. Morse, John Neagle, Donald Organ, Bass Otis, Walter Pach, Charles W. Peale, James Peale, Rembrandt Peale, William Penn, Enoch W. Perry, F. E. H. Philippoteaux, Charles P. Polk, T. B. Pope, Rufus Porter, William M. Prior, Walter Quirt, William T. Ranney, Reinhardt, Frederic Remington, Louisa Robins, Severin Roesen, Thomas P. Rossiter, Peter F. Rothermel, Charles M. Russell, Edward Savage, William Sawitzky, Nikol Schattenstein, Christian Schussele, D. Serres, James Sharples, Morris Shulman, John Smibert, Sergei Soudeikin, Haim Soutine, Frederick R. Spencer
Albert Stewart, Robert Street, William J. Strong, Gilbert Stuart, C. (Charles ?) Sullivan, Thomas Sully, Arthur F. Tait, G. Tirrell, John Trumbull, John Vanderlyn, Pieter Vanderlyn, William Von Schlegell, Samuel L. Waldo, Abraham Walkowitz, George Washington, Elbert Weinberg, Julian A. Weir, Thomas B. Welch, Adolph U. Wertmuller, Benjamin West, Anne Whitney, Arnold Wiltz, William E. Winner, S. Wood, and Thomas W. Wood
The Saint-Memin, Stuart, B. West and Wertmuller files contain material from Albert Rosenthal relating to the above artists
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Albert Duveen art reference files, [ca. 1831-1950]
Data Source:
Archives of American Art
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Ales Hrdlicka Papers ca. 1887-1943

Creator:
Hrdlička, Aleš 1869-1943
Correspondent:
Newman, Marshall Thornton 1911-1994
Newton, Philip
Niederle, Ludor
Nordenskiold, Erland
Novak, Albert J
Nusbaum, Jesse L (Jesse Logan)
Osgood, Cornelius
Oetteking, Bruno
Okada, Mitsuru
Osborn, Henry Fairfield
Ousdal, Asbjorn P
Paget, Richard
Palic, Georgine
Panhuys, L.C. van
Papanek, Jan
Papez, James W
Peabody, Charles
Peake, Harold J.E
Pearl, Raymond
Pearson, Karl
Pendray, G. Edward
Pergler, Charles
Peterson, Martin
Pittard, Eugene
Plissetzky, M
Poniatowski, Stanislaw
Porter, Keyes
Pospisil, Frantisek
Powell, Ransom J
Pownall, Sophia
Psenka, R.J
Putnam, Edward K
Putnam, Frederic Ward
Pycraft, W.P
Rainey, Froelich G
Roberts, Frank H. H (Frank Harold Hanna) 1897-1966
Romer, Alfred S
Rabkin, Samuel
Radoscavljevich, Paul R
Ranke, J
Rasmussen, Axel
Rathbun, Richard
Ravenal, William de C
Ray, Cyrus N
Reft, Herman
Renc, Ludmilla
Retzius, Gustave
Reymert, Martin L
Rich, Willis H
Riggs, Arthur Stanley
Rivet, Paul
Rogers, Spencer L
Roosevelt, Theodore
Ruffer, Alice
Russell, James Townsend
Firth, Raymond
Rutot, A
Ruzicka, Vladislau
Rybot, N.V.L
Smith, E.H
Stebbins, G. Ledyard
Sanderson, S. Edward
San Diego Exposition
Sapir, Edward 1884-1939
Saville, Marshall W
Schotensack, Otto
Schuller, Rudolf R
Schultz, Adolph H
Schurmeier, H.L
Schwalbe, Gustav
Schwerz, F
Seib, George A
Seler, Eduard
Seligman, C.G
Seligman, Edwin R.A
Sellards, Elias Howard
Seltzer, Carl C
Senyurek, Muzaffer Suleyman 1915-1961 Turkish
Sera, G.L
Settles, Olive
Setzler, Frank M (Frank Maryl) 1902-1975
Severa, W.F
Shanklin, William M
Shapiro, Harry Lionel
Shirjajov, Fedor G
Shufeldt, Robert W (Robert Wilson) 1850-1934
Silva, Simoens de
Silva, Antonio Carlos Simoens da
Skinner, H. Alan
Skutil, Joseph
Smetanka, J.F
Smith, G. Elliot
Smith, Harlan I
Smith, Maurice G
Smith-Woodward, Arthur
Spier, Leslie
Spitzka, Edward Anthony
Sprowls, Jesse W
Stanton, Frederick Leston
Stefansson, Vilhjalmur 1879-1962
Steggerda, Morris
Stegman, Louis
Stepanek, Bedrich
Stephenson, J.E
Stephenson, Beatrice L
Stevenson, Matilda Coxe 1850-1915
Stevenson, Paul H
Stewart, T. D (Thomas Dale) 1901-1997
Stirling, Matthew Williams 1896-1975
Stolyhwo, Kazimir
Streeter, George L
Suehla, Engelbert
Suk, Vojtech Dr
Sullivan, Louis Robert
Swanton, John Robert
Swiggett, Glen Levin
Tax, Sol 1907-
Tello, Julio C
Taylor, Griffith
Ten Kate, Herman F.C
Terry, Robert J
Thompson, J.C
Thompson, Warren S
Thomson, Arthur
Tildesley, M.L
Ting, V.K
Todd, Thomas Wingate
Toula, J.J
Townsend, C.H.T
Tozzer, Alfred Marston
Trotter, Mildred
Uhle, Max
Uzel, H. Drahos
Virchow, Hans
Volk, Ernest
Vallois, Henri V
Vaughan, Victor Clarence
Vesely, Vaclav
Vishnevsky, B.N
Vojan, J.E. Salaba
Vraz, E.T.S
Washburn, Sherwood Larned
Walcott, Charles Doolittle
Walcott, Gregery D
Waldeyer, W
Wallace, Anthony Francis Clark
Wallis, Ruth Sawtell
Wallis, Wilson D (Wilson Dallam) 1886-1970
Ward, Freeman
Wardle, H. Newell
Warner, Jack
Warner, Langdon
Watson, C. Roy
Waugh, Leuman M. Dr
Weidenreich, Franz
Weigner, Karel
Weinberger, Bernhard Wolf
Welch, William H
Welcker, D.H
Wellcome, Henry L
Werner, Edward Chalmers
Wessel, Bessie B
Wetmore, Alexander
Whitford, A.C
Wickersham, James
Wilder, Burt G
Wilder, Harris Hawthorne
Williams, Herbert U
Willis, Bailey 1857-1949
Wilson, Alan Pressley
Wineman, Walter
Wissler, Clark
Woodruff, Charles E. Dr
Worcester, Dean Conant
Wunderly, J
Yerkes, Robert M
Zuckerman, Solly
Zickefoose, Harold E
Zelizko, I.V
Zollschan, Ignace
Kearful, Francis
Botsford, James W
Cary, Francis
Cowper, Harold
Erskine, John 1879-1951
Erstein, Richard
Parkes, George A
Wicht, Edwin W
Berry, Edward
Black, Davidson
Burkitt, A.N
Ward, Charles B
United States Department of the Navy
Oriental Institute
Rhodesian Broken Hill Development Company
United States
Wistar Institute of Anatomy and Biology
United States Department of War
Subject:
Obermaier, Hugo
Petrie, William Matthew Flinders
Schuck, A
Ocrrespondent:
Shirokogoroff, S.M
Correspndent:
Simek, Bohnmil
Thalbitzer, William
Waldegg, Hermann von
Wilson, Edwin B
Physical description:
133 linear feet
Type:
Archival materials
Collection descriptions
Date:
ca 1887-1943
Summary:
This record has been created in order to complete the indexing of record AAK7790 and 7792
Data Source:
National Anthropological Archives
Visitor Tag(s):

Alliance of Figurative Artists lectures and panel discussions, 1969-1970

Creator:
Alliance of Figurative Artists
Bell, Leland
Birmelin, Robert 1933-
Bradford, John 1918-
Brody, Joel
Bruder, Harold Jacob 1930-
Burckhardt, Rudy
Button, John 1929-1982
Campbell, Gretna 1922-1987
Chiriani, Richard
Chivitico, Bruno
Cornell, Thomas 1937-
Day, Lucien B. 1916-
Dodd, Lois 1927-
Einhorn, Ben
Erlebacher, Walter 1933-1991
Faden, Lawrence Steven
Finkelstein, Louis
Fiore, Joseph A. 1925-
Freilicher, Jane 1924-
Friedman, Stanley
Galker, Joel
Georges, Paul 1923-2002
Gillespie, Gregory
Glasson, Lloyd 1931-
Goldblatt, Joel
Grilikhes, Nancy
Hale, Nathan Cabot
Kersen, Aaron
Koch, John 1909-1978
Kramer, Marjorie Anne 1943-
Kresh, Al
Laderman, Gabriel 1929-
Leslie, Alfred 1927-
McCall, Frank
Melcarth, Edward 1914-1973
Middleman, Raoul F. 1935-
Miller, Richard McDermott 1922-
Pearlstein, Philip 1924-
Pollet, Joseph C. 1897-1979
Resika, Paul
Rifkin, Ben
Siani, Anthony
Sklarski, Bonnie
Sullivan, Bill
Thurston, Sam
Tillim, Sidney 1925-
Tytell, Louis
Broderson, Morris 1928- 2011
Andrejevic, Milet 1925-
Baen, Noah
Bailey, William 1930-
Beck, Rosemarie
Beckman, William
Anderson, Lennart 1928-
Physical description:
24 sound tapes ; 7 in. (partially transcribed)
Type:
Sound recordings
Collection descriptions
Interviews
Place:
New York (State)
New York
Date:
1969
1969-1970
Topic:
Art, American
Art--Societies, etc
Figurative art
Local number:
AAA
AAA
AAA alliof
Notes:
Art organization; New York, N.Y
Summary:
Twenty-four tape recordings of panel discussions and lectures held in conjunction with meetings of the Alliance of Figurative Artists in New York. Artists represented include: Lennart Anderson, Milet Andrejevic, Noah Baen, William Bailey, Rosemarie Beck, William Beckman, Leland Bell, Robert Birmelin, John Bradford, Joel Brody, Harold Bruder, Rudy Burckhardt, John Button, Gretna Campbell, Richard Chiriani, Bruno Chivitico, Thomas Cornell, Lucien Day, Lois Dodd, Ben Einhorn, Walter Erlebacher, Lawrence Faden, Louis Finkelstein, Joseph Fiore, Jane Freilicher, Stanley Friedman, Joel Galker, Paul Georges, Gregory Gillespie, Lloyd Glasson, Joel Goldblatt, Nancy Grilikhes, Nathan Hale, Aaron Kersen, John Koch, Majorie Kramer, Al Kresh, Gabriel Laderman, Alfred Leslie, Frank McCall, Edward Melcarth, Raoul Middleman, Richard A. Miller (Richard McDermott), Philip Pearlstein, Joseph Pollet, Paul Resika, Ben Rifkin, Anthony Siani, Bonnie Sklarski, William Sullivan, Sam Thurston, Sidney Tillim, Louis Tytell, and Neil Welliver
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Alliance of Figurative Artists lectures and panel discussions, 1969-1970
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Archives of American Art
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The American Secretaries of State and their diplomacy. J. Franklin Jameson, H. Barrett Learned [and] James Brown Scott, advisory board

Author:
Bemis, Samuel Flagg 1891-1973
Ferrell, Robert H
Physical description:
v. in illus., ports., map. 22 cm
Type:
Books
Place:
United States
Date:
1958
1958- , [c1928-72]
Topic:
Cabinet officers
Statesmen
Foreign relations
Call number:
E183.7 .B45 1958
Notes:
Vols. 11- , edited by Robert H. Ferrell; and have imprint, New York, Totowa N. J., Cooper Square Publishers
Contents:
v. 1-2. Historical introduction. Robert R. Livingston. John Jay. Thomas Jefferson. Edmund Randolph. Timothy Pickering. John Marshall. (1v.)--v. 3-4. James Madison. Robert Smith. James Monroe. John Quincy Adams. Henry Clay. Martin Van Buren. Edward Livingstone. Louis McLane. John Forsyth. (1v.)--v. 5-6. Daniel Webster. Abel Parker Upshur. John Caldwell Calhoun. John Buchanan. John Middleton Clayton. Daniel Webster (2nd term). Edward Everett. William Learned Marcy. Lewis Cass. Jeremiah Sullivan Black.--v. 7-8. William H. Seward. Elihu B. Washburne. Hamilton Fish. William M. Evarts. (1v.) James G. Blaine. Frederick T. Frelinghuysen. Thomas F. Bayard. James G. Blaine (2nd term). John W. Foster. Walter Q. Gresham. Richard Olney. (1v.)--v. 9-10. John Sherman. William Rufus Day. Robert Bacon. Philander C. Knox. William J. Bryan. Robert Lansing. Bainbridge Colby. Charles E. Hughes. (1v.)--
(cont.) v. 11. Frank B. Kellogg. Henry L. Stimson.--v. 12-13. Cordell Hull.--v. 14. E. R. Stettinius. James F. Byrnes.--v. 15. George C. Marshall.--v. 16. Dean Acheson.--v. 17. John Foster Dulles.--v. 18. Christian A. Herter.--v. 19. Warren I. Cohen
Data Source:
Smithsonian Institution Libraries
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Anthropology unmasked : museums, science, and politics in New York City / Stanley A. Freed

Author:
Freed, Stanley A
Subject:
Putnam, F. W (Frederic Ward) 1839-1915
Boas, Franz 1858-1942
Wissler, Clark 1870-1947
American Museum of Natural History Department of Anthropology History
Physical description:
v. <1-2> : ill. (some col.) ; 26 cm
Type:
Books
Place:
New York (State)
New York
Date:
2012
C2012
Topic:
Ethnological museums and collections--History
Ethnology--History
Contents:
v. 1. The Putnam-Boas era. A natural history museum would be a good thing for the city. P.T. Barnum's American Museum ; The Paleozoic Museum ; The Lyceum of Natural History ; The founding of the American Museum of Natural History ; The building on Manhattan Square -- Morris Ketchum Jesup : "The heart, brain, and soul of the American Museum of Natural History." Morris Ketchum Jesup ; Scientific research ; Franz Boas ; Collections purchased in the early years of the Department of Anthropology ; George Thornton Emmons ; Frederick Starr and James Terry -- An unbeatable anthropological team. Frederic Ward Putnam ; The world's Columbian Exposition ; Putnam, Boas, and the founding of the Field Museum ; The American Museum hires Putnam as head of the Department of Anthropology ; The hiring of Boas ; Putnam leaves the AMNH and Boas takes over as departmental head ; The heritage of Boas and Putnam -- American anthropology's greatest expedition : the Jesup North Pacific Expedition. Planning the expedition ; Competition between Boas and Dorsey ; Harlan I. Smith ; George Hunt ; Hunt's arrest and trial for participating in a Hamatsa ceremony ; Collecting from graves and the interpretation of skulls ; Bruno Oetteking ; Smith's personal relations with Boas and his later career ; Gerard Fowke ; Livingston Farrand ; Kulturkreise diffusionist theory -- Launching the Jesup Expedition : Spences Bridge and beyond. James Teit ; From Spences Bridge to Bella Coola ; Franz Boas ; The Jacobsen Brothers ; John Reed Swanton ; Charles Newcombe ; Swanton's disenchantment and later career -- Here nothing is cheap except death which you can have in this country at special bargain rates. Recruiting personnel ; Lev Iakovlevich Shternberg ; Berthold Laufer ; Laufer's fieldwork and later career ; Fowke's fieldwork and later career -- "A different planet, completely alien to Earth, a block ice cast out into space." Recruitment of Jochelson and Bogoras ; Waldemar Ilich Jochelson ; Waldemar Germanovich Bogoras ; The other members of the East Siberian Team ; Bogoras's fieldwork ; Jochelson's fieldwork -- Exhibition, science, and Boas's resignation. Collections and exhibitions ; American Indians north of Mexico and the Eskimo ; Northwest Coast Indian ethnographic collections and exhibition hall ; Plains Indian ethnographic collections and exhibition hall ; Southwest Indian archaeological and ethnographic collections and exhibition hall ; Eskimo ethnographic collections and exhibition hall ; Eastern Woodlands ethnographic collections and exhibition hall ; Mexican and Central American collections and exhibition hall ; South American collections and the Hall of South American Peoples ; Biological collections and the Hall of Human Biology and Evolution ; African collections and the African Exhibition Hall ; Asian collections and the Asian Exhibition Hall ; Pacific collections and the Margaret Mead Hall of Pacific Peoples ; Boas's resignation
v. 2. The Wissler years. Clark Wissler and Plains Indian ethnology. Biographical notes : the early years ; Wissler at Columbia ; Wissler at the American Museum of Natural History ; Wissler and Pliny E. Goddard ; Wissler at Yale ; Wissler's legacy ; Wissler's theoretical contributions ; Fieldwork ; Wissler and D.C. Duvall ; Plains Indian ethnography ; Alfred L. Kroeber ; Robert H. Lowie -- Archaeological research in the Southwest : Pueblo Bonito and the Aztec Ruin. Pueblo Benito and the Hyde Expedition ; George Hubbard Pepper ; Pepper's monograph ; The AMNH and the University of Colorado collaborate ; Earl Halstead Morris ; The Aztec Ruin ; Tree-ring dating, or dendrochronology ; The Aztec Ruin National Monument -- Archaeological research : the Southwest Nels C. Nelson. Nels Christian Nelson ; Nelson in the Southwest ; Nelson in Europe ; Nelson back in the Southwest ; Nelson at Mammoth Cave ; Nelson at Jacobs Cavern, Missouri ; Nelson at Shell Mounds in Florida ; Nelson in East Asia -- The Archer M. Huntington Survey and Southwestern Indian ethnology. Herbert Joseph Spinden and the Rio Grande pueblos ; A.L. Kroeber, Leslie Spier and the Zuni Pueblo ; Robert H. Lowie at Hopi ; Pliny Earle Goddard and the nomadic tribes ; Carl Sofus Lumholtz -- From Mexico to Alaska. Archaeology in Mesoamerica ; George Clapp Vaillant ; Gordon Frederick Ekholm ; The Trenton problem ; The Arctic ; Junius Bouton Bird ; James Alfred Ford ; Froelich Gladsone Rainey ; The Crocker Land Expedition ; The eastern United States ; Alanson Buck Skinner ; James Ford in the Southeast -- South America. Charles Williams Mead ; Ronald Leroy Olson ; Wendell Clark Bennett ; Junius Bird in South America ; James Ford in South America ; Harry S. Tschopik, Jr. -- Margaret Mead and Colin Turnbull stood apart. Margaret Mead ; Mead and the AMNH ; The Mead Report ; Colin MacMillan Turnbull ; Turnbull and the AMNH ; The Turnbull-Ford conflict -- Physical, or biological, anthropology. Louis Robert Sullivan ; Sullivan at the AMNH ; Harry Lionel Shapiro ; Shapiro at the AMNH ; Clark Wissler's physical anthropology
Data Source:
Smithsonian Institution Libraries
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Art across time / Laurie Schneider Adams

Author:
Adams, Laurie
Physical description:
2 v. (1,024 p.) : col. ill., col. maps, ports. ; 28 cm
Type:
Books
Date:
2011
1999
Topic:
Art--History
Contents:
v.1. Prehistory to the fourteenth century -- v. 2. The fourteenth century to the present
Introduction: Why Do We Study the History of Art? -- Western tradition -- Artistic impulse -- Chronology -- Why is art valued? -- Material value -- Intrinsic value -- Religious value -- Nationalistic value -- Brancusi's bird: manufactured metal or a work of art? -- Psychological value -- Art and illusion -- Images and words -- Artists and Gods -- Art and Identification -- Reflections and shadows: legends of how art began -- Image magic -- Architecture -- Why do we collect art? -- Archaeology and art history -- Archaeologicla dig -- How do we approach art? -- Methodologies of art -- How do we talk about art? -- Composition -- Plane -- Balance -- Line -- Shape -- Light and color -- Texture -- Stylistic terminology --
Pt. 1. -- 1: Art Of Prehistory -- Stone age in Western Europe -- Upper paleolithic (c 50,000/45,000-c 8000 BC) -- Upper paleolithic sculpture (c 25,000 BC) -- Technique: Carving -- Technique: Categories of sculpture -- Medium: Pigment --Technique: Modeling -- Upper paleolithic painting in Spain and France (c 30,000-c 10,000 BC) -- Society and culture -- Shamanism -- Methods of interpretation: Dating and meaning of the cave paintings -- Window on the world 1: Rock paintings of Australia (c 75,000/50,000 BC) -- Mesolithic (c 8000-c 6000/4000 BC) -- Neolithic (c 6000/4000-200 BC) -- Malta -- Northern Europe -- Society and culture: Celts -- Architecture: Post-and lintel construction -- 2: Ancient Near East -- Neolithic era -- Chronology: Ancient near East and principal sites -- Jericho -- Catal Huyuk -- Mesopotamia -- Religion: Mesopotamian Gods -- Mesopotamian religion -- Uruk period (c 3500-3100 BC) -- Ziggurats -- Primary source: Hymn to Inanna -- Cylinder seals -- From pictures to words -- Literature: Epic of Gilgamesh -- Sumer: early dynastic period (c 2800-2300 BC) -- Tell Asmar -- Ur -- Akkad (c 2300-2100 BC) -- Society and culture: Sargon of Akkad -- Neo-Sumerian culture (c 2100-1900/1800 BC) -- Lagash --Ziggurat of UR -- Babylon (c 1900-539 BC) -- Law code of Hammurabi -- Anatolia: the Hitties (c1450-1200 BC) -- Assyria (c 1300-612 BC) -- Society and culture: Assyrian kings -- Neo-Babylonian empire (c 612-539 BC) -- Architeture: Round arches -- Technique: Glazing -- Iran (c 5000-331 BC) -- Scythians (8th-4th centuries BC) -- Society and culture: Destroying the archaeological record -- Recent discoveries: Filippovka cemetery -- Achaemenid Persia (539-331 BC) -- Architecture: Columns -- 3: Ancient Egypt -- Gift of the Nile -- Primary source: Hymn to Hapy -- Religion -- Pharaohs -- Religion: Egyptian Gods -- Egyptian concept of kingship -- Palette of Narmer -- Chronology: Egyptian kings -- Writing and history -- Society and culture: Royal names: Serekhs and Cartouches -- Egyptian view of death and the afterlife -- Mummification -- Funerary texts -- Old kingdom (c 2649-2150 BC) -- Pyramids -- Egyptian system of proportion -- Sculpture --Methods of Interpretation: Menkaure and Khamerernebty, an old kingdom Pharaoh and his queen: formalism, iconography, feminism, context -- Media and technique: Papyrus manuscripts -- Middle kingdom (c 1991-1700 BC) -- New kingdom (c 1550-1070 BC) -- Temples -- Painting -- Amarna period (c 1349-1336 BC) -- Tutankhamon's tomb -- Egypt and Nubia -- Early Kush -- Reconquest -- Recent discoveries: Fifty sons of Ramses II -- Napatan period -- Meroe -- 4: Aegean -- Cycladic civilization (c 3000-11th century BC) -- Minoan civilization (c 3000-c 1100 BC) -- Palace at Knossos -- Media and technique: Minoan Fresco -- Minoan religion -- Society and culture: Minoan scripts -- Pottery -- Recent discoveries at Thera -- Frescoes -- Mycenaean civilization (c 1600-1100 BC) -- Society and culture: Legend of Agamemnon -- Architecture: Cyclopaean masonry --
Pt. 2. -- 5: Art Of Ancient Greece -- Cultureal identity -- Government and philosophy -- Society and culture: Delphic Oracle -- Literature and drama -- Women in Ancient Greece -- Socrates: Know thyself -- Man is the measure of all things -- Philosophy: Plato on artists -- Religion: Greek Gods and Roman counterparts -- Painting and pottery -- Geometric style (c 1000-700 BC) -- Orientalizing style (c 700-600 BC) -- Archaic style (c 600-480 BC) -- Media and technique: Greek vases -- Late archaic to classical style (c 530-400 BC) -- Classical to Late Classical style (c 450-232 BC) -- Mosaic -- Sculpture -- Orientalizing style: the lions of Delos (7th century BC) -- Archaic style (c 600-480 BC) -- Early classical style (c 480-450 BC) -- Media and technique: Lost-wax process -- Classical style (C 450-400 BC) -- Polykleitos of Argos -- Technique: Canon -- Grave Stelae -- Development of Greek architecture and architectural sculpture -- Archaic style (c 600-480 BC) --Architecture: Greek orders -- Early classical style (c480-450 BC) -- Myth: Labors of Herakles -- Classical style (c 450-400 BC) -- Parthenon (448-432 BC) -- Architecture: Plan of the Parthenon -- Late classical style (4th century BC) -- Architecture: Greek theater -- Sculpture -- Fourth-century grave Stelae -- Hellenistic sculpture (323-31 BC) -- Relief sculpture: the Great Altar or Zeus at pergamon -- Myth: Trojan horse -- 6: Art Of The Etruscans -- Architecture -- Media: Etruscan materials -- Theory: Vitrusvius on architecture -- Pottery and sculpture -- Women and Etruscan art -- Funerary art -- Cinerary containers -- Tombs -- Scarcophagi -- Tomb paintings -- Window on the world 2: China: Neolithic to first empire (c 5000-206 BC) -- Tomb of Qin Shihuangdi, the first emperor of the Qin dynasty (late 3rd century BC) -- Chronology: Early Chinese history -- Precursors: Neolithic to the bronze age (c 5000-21 BC) -- Media and technique: Piece-mold method --Society and culture: Chinese characters -- Philosophy: Daoism and Confucianism -- Tomb of the emperor of Qin: II (late 3rd century BC) -- 7: Ancient Rome -- Primary source: Virgil's Aeneid -- Chronology: Roman periods and corresponding works of art and architecture -- Literature: Ovid -- Architectural types -- Domestic architecture -- Media: Roman building materials -- Architecture: Arches, domes, and vaults -- History: Pliny the elder and Pliny the younger -- Public buildings -- History: Julius Caesar -- Primary source: Suetonius on Nero's Golden house -- Religious architecture -- Commemorative architecture -- Society and culture: Dacians -- Primary source: Josephus on the Jewish wars -- Sculptural types -- Sarcophagi -- Portraits -- Philosophy: Marcus Aurelius -- Media: Color symbolism in Roman marble -- Pictorial style: painting and mosaic -- Cross-cultural trends -- Faiyum painting -- Rome and Carthage -- Religion: Punic Gods --Window on the world 3: Indus Valley civilization and developments in South Asia (to the 3rd century AD) -- Indus Valley civilization (c 2700-1750 BC) -- Vedic period (c 1600-322 BC) -- Buddha and Buddhism -- Religion: Early Vedas -- Literature: Upanishads -- Buddhist architecture and sculpture -- Maurya period (c 321-185 BC) -- Shunga period (c 185 BC- AD 30) -- Kushan period (c AD 78/143-3rd century) -- 8: Early Christian And Byzantine Art -- New religion -- Dura Europos -- Early developments in chrisitainity -- Religion: Christianity and the scriptures -- Frequently depicted scenes from the life of Jesus -- Catacombs -- Religion: Christian symbolism -- Constantine and christianity -- Divergence of East and West -- Late Antique and early Christian art -- Basilicas -- Religion: Saint Peter -- Media and technique: Mosaics -- Centrally planned buildings -- Santa Costanza -- Galla Placidia -- Justinian and the byzantine style -- San Vitale --Methods of interpretation: Mosaics of Justinian and Theodora, emperor and empress of the Byzantine empire: formalism, iconography, feminism, biography -- Maximian's ivory thorne -- Hagia Sophia -- Architecture: Domes, pendentives, and squinches -- Expansion of Justinian's patronage -- Development of the Codex -- Vienna Genesis -- Medium: Parchment -- Image and icon -- Later Byzantine developments -- Window on the world 4: Developments in Buddhist art (1st-7th centuries AD) -- Rock-cut architecture -- Gupta sculpture -- Ajanta caves (late 5th century AD) -- Media and technique: Indian mural painting -- Buddhist expansion in China (2nd-7th centuries AD) --
Pt. 3. -- 9: Early Middle Ages -- Islam -- Dome of the rock, Jerusalem -- Society and culture: Islamic calligraphy -- Mosques -- Northern European art -- Anglo-Saxon metalwork -- Beowulf -- Viking Era (c 800-1000) -- Religion: Scandinavian cosmos -- Religion: Norse Pantheon -- Rune stones and picture stones -- Hibern-Saxon art -- Stone crosses -- Manuscript illumination -- Technique: Manuscript illumination -- Carolingian period -- Palace Chapel -- Manuscripts -- Religion: Revelation and the four symbols of the Evangelists -- Monsteries -- Religion: Monasticism -- Ottonian period -- Window on the world 5: Mesoamerica and the Andes (1500 BC-AD 1500) -- Mesoamerica -- Olmec (flourished c 1200-900 BC) -- Teotihuacan (flourished c 350 - 650) -- Maya (c 1100 BC-AD 1500) -- Society and culture: Maya -- Calendar -- Maya religion -- Classic Maya -- Postclassic Maya: Chichen Itza (flourished 9th-13th centuries) -- Aztec empire (c 1300-1525) -- Art of the Andes -- Chavin: the beginning --Coastal cultures and the cult of irrigation -- Highland empires of Tiwanaku and Wari -- Inka empire: the end of an era (c 1438-1532) -- 10: Romanesque Art -- Economic and political developments -- Society and culture: Feudalism -- Prilgrimage roads -- Society and cutlure: Crusades -- Religion: Stavelot reliquary triptych -- Religion: Pilgrams, relics, and the Liber Sancti Jacobi (Book of Saint James) -- Religion: Solomon's temple and the Holy Sepulcher -- Architecture -- Sainte-Foy at Conques -- Saint-Pierre at Moissac -- Autun -- Manuscripts -- Stave church of Norway and stone interlace -- Italian Romanesque Cathedral complex at Pisa -- Mural painting -- Bayeux "tapestry" -- Romaneque precursors of Gothic: Caen and Durham -- 11: Gothic Art -- Origins of the Gothic style in France -- Early Gothic architecture: Saint-Denis -- Elements of Gothic architecture -- Ribbed vaults -- Piers -- Flying buttresses -- Pointed arches -- Stained-glass windows -- Age of cathedrals -- Chartres --Society and cutlure: Guilds -- Workers and master builders -- Religion: Saint Augustine's city of God -- Exterior architecture of chartres -- Exterior sculpture of chartres -- Religion: Antichrist -- Interior of chartres -- Later developments of the French Gothic style -- Amiens -- Reims -- Gothic architecture and scholasticism -- Sainte-Chapelle -- Saint Louis Psalter -- English gothic -- Canterbury cathedral -- Literature: Chaucer's Cantebury tales (c 1387) -- Religion: Thomas & Becket -- Salisbury cathedral -- King's college chapel, Cambridge -- German gothic -- Cologne cathedral -- Further spread of gothic -- Neo-Gothic -- Window on the world 6: Buddhist and Hindu developments in East Asia and South Asia (6th-13th centuries) -- Buddhist paradise sects -- Pagoda -- Buddhist Monastery Horyu-ji -- Hinduism -- Hindu artist -- Hindu temple -- Vishnu temple (6th century) -- Orissan temple (8th-13th centuries) -- Sythesis of Buddhism and Hinduism at Angkor -- Angkor Wat (12th century) --Angkor Thom (13th century) -- 12: Precursors Of The Renaissance -- Thirteenth-century Italy -- Nicola Pisano -- Training an artist -- Cimabue -- Fourteenth-century Italy -- Giotto -- Literature: Dante's Divine comedy -- Media and technique: Tempera -- Arena chapel -- Media and technique: Altarpieces -- Media and technique: Fresco -- Giotto's Saint Francis -- Society and culture: Saint Francis of Assisi (1181/2-1226) -- Painting in Siena -- Duccio's Rucellai Madonna -- Duccio's Maesta -- Kiss of Judas -- Ambrogio Lorenzetti and the effects of good government -- Internationl gothic style -- Simone Martini -- Primary source: Boccasccio on the Black death -- Claus Sluter -- Limbourg brothers --
Pt. 4. -- 13: Early Renaissance -- Italy in the fifteenth century -- Society and cutlure: Humanist movement -- Renaissance humanism -- Society and culture: Soldiers of fortune -- Leonardo Bruni and the humanist tomb -- Competition for the Florence Baptistery doors --Brunelleschi and architecture -- History: Vasari's lives -- Ghiberti's east doors for the Baptistery -- Linear perspective -- Renaissance medal: Pisanello -- Early fifteenth-century painting -- Masaccio -- Technique: Aerial perspective -- Window on the world 7: Perspective in Asian painting -- International style in Italy: Gentile da Fabriano -- Early fifteenth-century sculpture: Danatello -- Saint Mark -- Bronze David -- Second-generation developments -- Leon Battista Alberti -- Theme of David and Goliath -- Catagno's famous men and women -- Equestrain portrait -- Media: Oil painting -- State portraits -- Monumentality versus spirituality in fifteenth-century painting: Fra Angelico and Piero della Francesca -- Piero della Francesca's Legend of the true cross -- Filippo Lippi -- Andrea Mantegna's illusionism -- Mantegna and the Studiolo of Isabella d'Este -- Society and Culture: Esabella d'Este -- Botticelli's mythological subject matter -- Philosophy: Platonic academy --Question of Old-age style: Donatello and Botticelli -- Fifteenth-century painting in the Netherlands -- Campin's Merode Altarpiece -- Jan van Eyck -- Methods of interpretation: Van Eyck's Arnolfini portrait -- Rogier van der Weyden -- Later developments -- 14: High Renaissance In Italy -- Architecture -- Ideal of the circle and centrally planned churches -- Saint Peter's and the central plan -- History: Julius II -- Painting and sculpture -- Leonardo da Vinci -- Michelangelo Buonarroti -- Restoration controversy -- Raphael -- Developments in Venice -- Bellini: a family of painters -- Giorgione -- Theory: Vasari on painting versus sculpture -- Titian -- Theory: Pietro Aretio on color versus drawing -- 15: Mannerism And The Later Sixteenth Century In Italy -- Politics and religion -- History: Reformation -- Mannerism -- Mannerist painting -- Literature: John Ashbery on Parmigianino -- Theory: Vasari on women artists -- Mannerist sculpture -- Giulio Romano: the Palazzo de Te --Veronese's Last supper -- Counter-reformation painting -- Tintoretto -- History: Painter's daughter -- Religion: Loyola's spiritual exercises -- El Greco -- Religion: Mystic saints -- Late sixteenth-century architecture -- Andrea palladio -- Theory: Palldio's four books of architecture -- Vignola and Il Gesu -- 16: Sixteenth-Century Painting In Northern Europe -- History: Martin Luther -- Netherlands -- Hieronymus Bosch -- Caterina van Hemessen -- Quinten Massys -- Pieter Bruegel the elder -- Literature: W H Auden on Bruegel's Icarus -- Germany -- Albrecht Durer -- Media and Technique: Printmaking -- Society and culture: Myth of the mad artist -- Matthias Grunewald -- Lucas Cranach the elder -- Hans Holbein the younger -- History: Erasmus of Rotterdam --
Pt. 5. -- 17: Baroque Style In Western Europe -- Developments in religion, politics, and science -- Baroque style -- Architecture -- Italy -- France -- Society and culture: French academy (Academie Royale de Peinture et de sculpture) -- England -- Sculpture: Gianlorenzo Bernini -- Italian baroque painting -- Annibale Carracci -- Pietro da Cortona -- Theory: Bellori on the lives of artists -- Giovanni Battista Gaulli -- Michelangelo Merisi -- da Caravaggio -- Artemisia Gentileschi -- Society and culture: Women artists from antiquity to the seventeenth century -- Baroque painting in Northern Europe -- Peter Paul Rubens -- Anthony van Dyck -- Rembrandt va Rijn -- Technique: Etching -- Frans Hals -- Judith Leyster -- Jan Vermeer -- Jacob van Ruisdael -- Maria van Oosterwyck -- Society and culture: Dutch East India company -- Spanish baroque painting -- Juan Sanchez Cotan -- Francisco de Zurbarian -- Diego Velazquez -- French baroque painting: Nicolas Poussin and Claude Lorrain --Theory: Poussin on artistic modes -- Window on the world 8: Mughal art and the baroque -- 18: Rococo And The Eighteenth Century, And Revival Styles -- Styles -- Society and culture: Salons and Salonnieres -- Political and cultural background -- Age of enlightenment -- Philosophy: Winckelmann, Kant, and Hegel -- Rococo painting -- Antoine Watteau -- Francois Boucher -- Jean-Honore Fragonard -- Adelaide Labille-Guiard -- Bourgeois realism: Jean-Baptiste-Simeon Chardin -- French royal portraits -- Media and technique: Pastel -- History: Prelude to the French revolution -- Painting in England -- Thomas Gainsborough -- William Hogarth -- Rococo architecture -- Balthasar Neuman -- Matthaus Daniel Poppelmann -- Dominikus Zimmerman -- Architectural revivals -- Classicism: Lord Burlington and Robert Adam -- Gothic revival: Horace Walpole -- Classical revival in painting: Angelica Kauffmann -- American Painting -- John Singleton Copley -- Benjamin West --
Pt. 6. --19: Neoclassicism: The Late Eighteenth And Early Nineteenth Centuries -- Neoclassical style in France -- Chronology: French revolution and the reign of Napoleon -- Myth: Satyrs and Bacchantes -- Art in the service of the state: Jacques-Louis David -- Napolean and the arts -- Methods of interpretation: Napoleon's political iconography -- Myth: Oedipus -- Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres -- Developments in America -- Chronology: American campaign for Independence -- Architecture of Thomas Jefferson -- John Trumbull's Declaration of Independence -- Greenough's George Washington -- 20: Romanticism: The Late Eighteenth And Early Nineteenth Centuries -- Romantic movement -- Chronology: Nineteeth-century France -- Music and poetry: Romanticism -- Architeture -- Sculpture -- Painting in Europe -- William Blake -- Media and technique: Watercolor -- Theodore Gericault -- Society and culture: Salon -- Eugene Delacroix -- Franscisco de Goya y Lucientes -- Media and technique: Aquatint --Theory: Burke on the sublime -- Germany: Caspar David Friedrich -- History: German Sturm und Drang -- England: John Constable and Joseph Mallord William Turner -- Painting in the United States -- Thomas Cole -- Literature: American romantic writers -- George Bingham -- Albert Bierstadt -- George Catlin -- Folk art: Edward Hicks -- 21: Nineteenth-Century Realism -- Cultural and political context -- Theory: Communist manifesto -- French realism -- Jean-Francois Millet -- Rosa Bonheur -- Literature: Realism -- Gustave Courbet -- Honore Daumier -- Media and technique: Lithography -- Society and culture: Daumier and satire -- Photography -- France: Nadar -- England: Julia Margaret Cameron -- America: Mathew Brady -- English realism: the pre-Raphaelites -- Dante Gabriel Rossetti -- John Everett Millais -- American realist painting -- Thomas Eakins -- Henry Ossawa Tanner -- French realism in the 1860s -- Edouard Manet's Dejenner sur l'Herbe -- Manet's Olympia --Architecture and sculpture -- Joseph Paxton: Crystal palace -- Bridges: Roeblings -- Statue of Liberty -- Eiffel Tower -- Origins of the skyscrapper: Louis Sullivan -- 22: Nineteenth-Century Impressionism -- Context and style -- Urban renewal during the second empire -- Baron Georges-Eugene Haussmann -- Jean-Louis-Charles Garnier -- Window on the world 9: Japanese woodblock prints: Edo period -- Painting -- Edouard Manet -- Methods of interpretation: Manet's Bar at the Folies-Bergere -- Pierre-Auguste Renoir -- Halaire-Germain-Edgar Degas -- Mary Cassatt -- Berthe Morisot -- Claude Monet -- Views of Paris: Renoir and Pissarro -- French sculpture -- Hilaire-Germain-edgare Degas -- Auguste Rodin -- Artists quote art: Beauford Delaney on Radin -- American painting at the turn of the century -- Winslow Homer -- John Singer Sargent -- Art for art's sake: Whistler versus Ruskin -- 23: Post-Impressionism And The Late Nineteenth Century -- Post-impressionist painting --Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec -- Paul Cezanne -- Symbolism: Apple a day -- Georges Seurat -- Vincent van Gogh -- Paul Gauguin -- Window on the world 10: Gauguin and Oceania -- Symbolist movement -- Gustave Moreau -- Edvard Munch -- Fin de Siecle developments -- Aestheticism -- Art nouveau -- Vienna secession -- Henri Rousseau -- History: Freud on the mechanisms of dreaming --
Pt. 7. -- 24: Turn Of The Century: Early Picasso, Fauvism, Expressionism, And Matisse -- Culture and context -- Picasso's blue period -- Literature: Wallace Stevens: Man with the blue guitar -- Window on the world 11: African art and the European Avant-Garde -- Henri Matisse and Fauvism -- Expressionism -- Bridge (Die Brucke) -- Theory: Art history and aesthetics in early twentieth-century Munich -- Blue rider (Der Blaue Reiter) -- Kathe Kollwitz -- Matisse after Fauvism -- Harmony in red -- Dance I -- Piano lesson -- Jeannette V -- Later works -- 25: Cubism, Futurism, And Related Twentieth-Century Styles -- Cubism -- Precursors -- History: Gertrude Stein -- Analytic Cubism: Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque -- Collage -- Media and technique: Collage and assemblage -- Synthetic Cubism -- Picasso's surrealism -- Picasso's Guernica -- Other early twentieth-century developments -- Futurism -- Fernand Leger's the City -- Piet Mondrain -- Armory show -- Stuart Davis --Aaron Douglas and the Harlem renaissance -- Kazimier Malevich and suprematism -- Brancusi's Gate of the kiss and Endless column -- Postscript -- Early twenieth-century architecture -- Frank Lloyd Wright and the prairie style -- Architecture: Cantilever -- International style -- 26: Dada, Surrealism, Fantasy, And The United States Between The Wars -- Dada -- History: Cabaret voltaire -- Marcel Duchamp -- Jean (Hans) Arp -- Literature: Dada peotry -- Hannah Hoch -- Man Ray -- Surrealism -- Theory: Ande Breton's first surrealist manifesto -- Giorgio de Chirico -- Man Ray -- Paul Klee -- Salvador Dali -- John Miro -- Rene Magritte -- Surrealist sculpture and sculpture derived from surrealism -- Max Ernst -- Window on the world 12: Hopi Kachinas -- Alberto Giacometti -- Henry Moore -- Alexander Calder -- United States: regionalism and social realism -- Painting -- Photography -- American self-taught painters -- Anna Mary Robertson (Grandma) Moses -- Horace Pippin -- Mexico --Diego Rivera -- Frida Kahlo -- Toward American abstraction -- Alfred Stieglitz -- Edward Weston -- Arthur Dove -- Georgia O'Keeffe -- Transcendental painting -- 27: Mid-Century Abstraction -- Teachers: Hans Hofmann and Josef Albers -- History: Hitler on "Degenerate art" -- Abstract expressionism: the New York school -- Archile Gorky -- Theory: Critics and the Avant-Garde -- Action painting -- Media and technique: Navajo sand painting -- Color field painting -- Media and technique: Acrylic -- West coast abstraction: Richard Diebenkorn -- Figurative abstraction in Europe -- Jean Dubuffet -- Francis Bacon -- Sculpture -- Isamu Noguchi -- Louise Nevelson -- David Smith -- 28: Pop Art, Op Art, Minimalism, And Conceptualism -- Pop art in England: Richard Hamilton -- Pop art in the United States -- Jasper Johns -- Robert Rauschenberg -- Andy Warhol -- Roy Lichtenstein -- Richard Lindner -- R B Kitaj -- Tom Wesselmann -- Wayne Thiebaud -- Sculpture -- Op art -- Minimalism -- Donald Judd --Dan Flavin -- Agnes Martin -- Eva Hesse -- Conceptualism -- Joseph Kosuth -- Sol LeWitt -- Action sculpture: Joseph Beuys -- 29: Innovation, Continuity, And Globalization -- Continuing controversy: government funding of the arts -- Andres Serrano -- Robert Mapplethorpe -- Performance -- Gilbert & George -- Laurie Anderson -- Return to realism -- Chuck Close -- Richard Estes -- Duane Hanson -- Ron Mueck and Constantin Brancusi -- Developments in architecture -- Guggenheim museum, New York -- Guggenheim museum installations: Jenny Holzer and Matthew Barney -- Whitney museum -- Geodisic dome: R Buckminster Fuller -- Post-modern architecture -- Charles Moore -- Michael Graves -- I M Pei -- Richard Rogers -- Frank Gehry -- Zaha Hadid -- Environmental art -- Robert Smithson -- Nancy Holt -- Andy Goldsworthy -- Christo and Jeanne-Claude -- Urban environment -- Feminist art -- Judy Chicago -- Kiki Smith -- Elizabeth Murray -- Maya Ying Lin: the Women's table -- Race and gender --Bob Thompson -- Romare Bearden -- Kara Walker -- Yasumasa Morimura -- Plus ca change -- Bruce Nauman and Marcel Duchamp -- Memorial art: Anselm Kiefer and Maya Ying Lin -- Jeff Koons: Return to the object -- Nancy Graves -- Mark Tansey -- Cindy Sherman -- Video art: Nam June Paik, Bill Viola, and Shirin Neshat -- Notes -- Glossary -- Suggestions for further reading -- Literary acknowledgments -- Acknowledgments -- Picture credits -- Index
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Auditory perception of sound sources / William A. Yost, Arthur N. Popper, Richard R. Fay, editors

Author:
Yost, William A
Popper, Arthur N
Fay, Richard R
Physical description:
xiii, 331 p. : ill ; 25 cm
Type:
Books
Date:
2008
C2008
Topic:
Auditory perception
Contents:
Perceiving sound sources / William A. Yost -- Human sound source identification / Robert A. Lutfi -- Size information in the production and perception of communication sounds / Roy D. Patterson ... [et al.] -- The role of memory in auditory perception / Laurent Demany, Catherine Semal -- Auditory attention and filters / Ervin R. Hafter, Anastasios Sarampalis, Psyche Loui -- Informational masking / Gerald Kidd, Jr. ... [et al.] -- Effects of harmonicity and regularity on the perception of sound sources / Robert P. Carlyon, Hedwig E. Gockel -- Spatial hearing and perceiving sources / Christopher J. Darwin -- Envelope processing and sound-source perception / Stanley Sheft -- Speech as a sound source / Andrew J. Lotto, Sarah C. Sullivan -- Sound source perception and stream segregation in nonhuman vertebrate animals / Richard R. Fay
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Clarence H. Mackay Trophy

Manufacturer:
Tiffany and Co.
Materials:
Cup: Silver with Gold Lining
Base: Mahogany
Dimensions:
3-D: 106.7 x 61cm (42 x 24 in.)
Type:
AWARDS-Trophies
Country of Origin:
United States of America
Date:
1911-present
Credit Line:
Donated by the National Aeronautic Association
Inventory Number:
A19850370000
Rights:
Do not reproduce without permission from the Smithsonian Institution, National Air and Space Museum
Physical Description:
Gold lined silver cup 4 angels arms extended holding Wright military flyers; cup sitting on mahogany base with engraved silver plaques.
Summary:
The Mackay Trophy was established in 1911 by Clarence H. Mackay, who was head of the Postal Telegraph-Commercial Cable Companies. It is administered by the National Aeronautic Association of the U.S.A. and is awarded yearly by the U.S. Air Force for the most meritorious flight of the year by an Air Force person, persons, or organization.
Gift of the National Aeronautic Association of the U.S.A.
Recipients
1912 Lt. Henry H. Arnold
1913 2nd Lt. Joseph E. Carberry
2nd Lt. Fred Seydel
1914 Capt. Townsend F. Dodd
Lt. S. W. Fitzgerald
1915 Lt. B. Q. Jones
1916-17 No award
1918 Capt. Edward V. Rickenbacker
1919 Lt. Belvin N. Maynard
Lt. Alexander Pearson Jr.
Lt. R. S. Northington
Capt. John O. Donaldson
Capt. Lowell H. Smith
Lt. Col. Harold E. Hartney
Lt. E. M. Manzelman
Lt. B. G. Bagby
Lt. D. B. Gish
Capt. F. Steinle
1920 Capt. St. Clair Streett
1st Lt. Clifford C. Nutt
2nd Lt. Eric H. Nelson
2nd Lt. C. H. Crumrine
2nd Lt. Ross C. Kirkpatrick
Sgt. Edmond Henriques
Sgt. Albert T. Vierra
Sgt. Joe E. English
1921 Lt. J. A. Macready
1922 Lt. J. A. Macready
Lt. O. G. Kelly
1923 Lt. J. A. Macready
Lt. O. G. Kelly
1924 Capt. Lowell H. Smith
1st Lt. Leslie P. Arnold
2nd Lt. John Harding Jr.
1st Lt. Leigh Wade
1st Lt. Eric H. Nelson
2nd Lt. Henry H. Ogden
1925 Lt. James H. Doolittle
Lt. Cyrus K. Bettis
1926 Pan American Good Will Flyers
1927 Lt. Albert F. Hegenberger
Lt. Lester J. Maitland
1928 Lt. Harry A. Sutton
1929 Capt. A. W. Stevens
1930 Maj. Ralph Royce
1931 Brig. Gen. Benjamin D. Foulois
1932 11th Bombardment Squadron, March Field, Calif., 1st Lt. Charles H. Howard,
Commanding Officer
1933 Capt. Westside T. Larson
1934 Brig. Gen. Henry H. Arnold
1935 Capt. A. W. Stevens
Capt. O. A. Anderson
1936 Capt. Richard E. Nugent
1st Lt. Joseph A. Miller
1st Lt. Edwin G. Simenson
2nd Lt. William P. Ragsdale Jr.
2nd Lt. Burton W. Armstrong
2nd Lt. Herbert Morgan Jr.
Tech. Sgt. Gilbert W. Olson
Staff Sgt. Howard M. Miller
Cpl. Air Mechanic 2/c Frank B. Connor
1937 Capt. Carl J. Crane
Capt. George V. Holloman
1938 Lt. Col. Robert Olds, 2nd Bombardment Group
1939 Maj. Caleb V. Haynes
Maj. William D. Old
Capt. John A. Samford
1st Lt. Richard S. Freeman
1st Lt. Torgils G. Wold
Tech. Sgt. William J. Heldt
Tech. Sgt. Henry L. Hines
Tech. Sgt. David L. Spicer
Staff Sgt. Russell E. Junior
Staff Sgt. James E. Sands
M/Sgt. Adolph Cattarius
1940-46 No award
1947 Capt. Charles E. Yeager
1948 Lt. Col. Emil Beaudry
1949 Capt. James G. Gallagher and the fight crew of Lucky Lady II
1950 27th Fighter Wing
1951 Col. Fred J. Ascani
1952 Maj. Louis H. Carrington Jr.
Maj. Frederick W. Shook
Capt. Wallace D. Yancey
1953 40th Air Division, Strategic Air Command
1954 308th Bombardment Wing (M), 38th Air Division, Strategic Air Command
1955 Col. Horace A. Hanes
1956 Capt. Iven C. Kincheloe Jr.
1957 93rd Bombardment Wing, Strategic Air Command
1958 Tactical Air Command's Air Strike Force, X-Ray Tango
1959 U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds
1960 6593rd Test Squadron, Hickham AFB, Hawaii
1961 Lt. Col. William R. Payne
Maj. William L. Polhemus
Maj. Raymond R. Wagener
1962 Maj. Robert. G. Sowers
Capt. Robert MacDonald
Capt. John T. Walton
1963 Capt. Warren P. Tomsett
Capt. John R. Ordemann
Capt. Donald R. Mack
Tech. Sgt. Edsol P. Inlow
Staff Sgt. Jack E. Morgan
Staff Sgt. Frank C. Barrett
1964 464th Troop Carrier Wing, Tactical Air Command
1965 YF-12A/SR-71 Test Force, Edwards AFB, Calif.
1966 Lt. Col. Albert R. Howarth
1967 Maj. John H. Casteel
Capt. Dean L. Hoar
Capt. Richard L. Trail
M/Sgt. Nathan C. Campbell
1968 Lt. Col. Daryl D. Cole
1969 49th Tactical Fighter Wing, Holloman AFB, N.Mex.
1970 Capt. Alan D. Milacek and his nine-man crew
1971 Lt. Col. Thomas B. Estes
Maj. Dewain C. Vick
1972 Capt. Richard S. Ritchie
Capt. Charles B. DeBellevue
Capt. Jeffrey S. Feinstein
1973 Operation Homecoming, Military Airlift Command Aircrews
1974 Maj. Roger J. Smith
Maj. David W. Peterson
Maj. Willard R. Macfarlane
1975 Maj. Robert W. Undorf
1976 Capt. James A. Yule
1977 Capt. David M. Sprinkel and his C-5 aircrew
1978 Lt. Col. Robert F. Schultz, Capt. Todd H. Hohberger, and their crews from the 436th Military Airlift Wing, Military Airlift Command
1979 Maj. James E. McArdle Jr.
1980 Crews S-21 and S-31, 644th Bombardment Squadron, Strategic Air Command
1981 Capt. John J. Walters
1982 B-52 Crew E-21, 19th Bombardment Wing, Strategic Air Command
1983 Capt. Robert J. Goodman and his KC-135 crew, 42nd Bombardment Wing, Strategic Air Command
1984 Lt. Col. James L. Hobson Jr.
1985 Lt. Col. David E. Faught
1986 Capt. Marc D. Felman
Capt. Thomas M. Ferguson
M/Sgt. Clarence Bridges Jr.
M/Sgt. Patrick S. Kennedy
M/Sgt. Gerald G. Treadwell
Tech. Sgt. Lester G. Bouler
Tech. Sgt. Gerald M. Lewis
Staff Sgt. Samuel S. Flores
Staff Sgt. Scott A. Helms
Staff Sgt. Gary L. Smith
1987 Detachment 15, Air Force Plant Representative Office and B-1B System
Program Office, Air Force Systems Command
1988 Military Airlift Wing C-5 Crew, Military Airlift Command
1989 98th Bombardment Wing B-1B Crew, Strategic Air Command
1990 AC-130H Crew, 16th Special Operations Squadron, Air Force Special
Operations Command
1991 MH-53J Pave Low Crew, 20th Special Operations Squadron, Hurlburt Field, Fla., Air Force Special Operations Command
1992 C-130 Aircrew, 310th Airlift Squadron, Howard AFB, Panama, Air Combat
Command
1993 B-52 Aircrew, 668th Bomb Squadron, Griffiss AFB, N.Y.
1994 HH-60G Aircrews 206 and 208, 56th Rescue Squadron, Keflavik NAS, Iceland,
Air Combat Command
1995 B-1B, BAT-01 Flight, 9th Bombardment Squadron, Dyess AFB, Tex., Air Combat
Command
1996 B-52H, Duke 01 Flight, Combat Air Command
1997 MC-130H, 7th Special Operations Squadron, Crew of Whisk 05
1998 Air Force Rescue 470, 210th Rescue Squadron, Kulis ANGB, Anchorage, Alaska
1999 Capt. Jeffrey G. J. Hwang
2000 AIREVAC E10E1 and E10E2 Missions, 75th Airlift Squadron, 86th Aeromedical
Evac Squadron
2001 20th Special Operations Squadron KNIFE 04
2002 GRIM 31, 16th SOS
2003 VIJAY 10, 7th Airlift Squadron
2004 41st Rescue Squadron and 38th Rescue Squadron, Jolly 11 and Jolly 12
2005 Train 60
2006 Capt. Scott L. Markle
2007 Panther One One
Col. Charles L. Moore
Lt. Col. Stephen C. Williams
Capt. Lawrence T. Sullivan
Capt. Kristopher W. Struve
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Location:
National Air and Space Museum, Washington, DC
Exhibition:
Barron Hilton Pioneers of Flight
Data Source:
National Air and Space Museum
Visitor Tag(s):

Essentials of anthropometry : a handbook for explorers and museum collectors / by Louis R. Sullivan ; revised by H. L. Shapiro

Author:
Sullivan, Louis R. (Louis Robert) 1892-1925
American Museum of Natural History
Physical description:
85 p. : ill. ; 16 cm
Type:
Books
Date:
1928
Topic:
Anthropometry
Call number:
GN51 .S949 1928
Data Source:
Smithsonian Institution Libraries
Visitor Tag(s):

Essentials of anthropometry; a handbook for explorers and museum collectors, by Louis R. Sullivan ..

Author:
Sullivan, Louis R. (Louis Robert) 1892-1925
American Museum of Natural History
Physical description:
72 p. illus. 16 cm
Type:
Books
Date:
1923
Topic:
Anthropometry
Data Source:
Smithsonian Institution Libraries
Visitor Tag(s):

Exhibition Records, 1976-2000

Creator:
Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum
Subject:
19th-Century German Stage Design (Exhibition) (1981: New York, N.Y.)
Advertising America (Exhibition) (1985-1986: New York, N.Y.)
Alvar Aalto (Exhibition) (1979: New York, N.Y.)
American Drawings from the Cooper-Hewitt Collection: Training the Hand and Eye 1989 (Exhibition) (1989: New York, N.Y.)
American Enterprise: Nineteenth Century Patent Models (Exhibition) (1984: New York, N.Y.)
Amsterdam School: Dutch Expressionist Architecture 1915-1930 (Exhibition) (1983-1984: New York, N.Y.)
Andrea Palladio in America (Exhibition) (1977: New York, N.Y.)
Angles of Repose: A Garden Exhibition of Central Park Benches (Exhibition) (1994: New York, N.Y.)
Annual Reports (Exhibition) (1988: New York, N.Y.)
Arches for Galveston (Exhibition) (1987-1988: New York, N.Y.)
Architectural Fantasy and Reality (Accademia di San Luca) (Exhibition) (1982: New York, N.Y.)
Architecture of Reassurance: Designing the Disney Theme Parks (Exhibition) (1998-1999: New York, N.Y.)
Art Deco New York: The Chanin Gates (Exhibition) (1994: New York, N.Y.)
Art Nouveau Bing: The Paris Style 1900 (Exhibition) (1987: New York, N.Y.)
Art of the European Goldsmith: From the Schroder Collection (Exhibition) (1983-1984: New York, N.Y.)
Art that is Life: The Arts and Crafts Movement in America (Exhibition) (1988: New York, N.Y.)
Artists' Postcards Series II (Exhibition) (1978: New York, N.Y.)
Avant-Garde Letterhead (Exhibition) (1996: New York, N.Y.)
Basketry: Tradition in New Form (Exhibition) (1982: New York, N.Y.)
Beach, Boardwalk, Boulevard (Exhibition) (1980: New York, N.Y.)
Berlin 1900-1933: Architecture and Design (Exhibition) (1986-1987: New York, N.Y.)
Bon Voyage! Designs for Travel (Exhibition) (1986: New York, N.Y.)
Button, Button (Exhibition) (1982: New York, N.Y.)
Canes and Walking Sticks (Exhibition) (1983: New York, N.Y.)
Carnegie Mansion (Exhibition) (1977: New York, N.Y.)
Carnegie Mansion Embellished (Exhibition) (1983: New York, N.Y.)
Carnegie's Libraries: A Sesquincentennial Celebration (Exhibition) (1985: New York, N.Y.)
Catalan Spirit: Gaudi and His Contemporaries (Exhibition) (1987: New York, N.Y.)
Central Park (Exhibition) (1980-1981: New York, N.Y.)
Century of Ceramics in the United States: 1878-1978 (Exhibition) (1980: New York, N.Y.)
Ceramics of the Weimar Republic (Traveling exhibition) (1988-1991)
Chicago Furniture: Art, Craft, and Industry (Exhibition) (1985: New York, N.Y.)
Chinese Gold and Silver from the Tang Dynasty (AD 618-90), in American Collections (Exhibition) (1985: New York, N.Y.)
Choices: Recent Acquisitions (Exhibition) (1993: New York, N.Y.)
Circles of the World: Traditional Art of Plains Indians (Exhibition) (1984: New York, N.Y.)
City Dwellings and Country Houses: Robert Adam and His Style (Exhibition) (1982: New York, N.Y.)
Close Observation: The Oil Sketches of Frederic E. Church (Exhibition) (1980: New York, N.Y.)
Collecting A to Z: Recent Acquisitions (Exhibition) (1993: New York, N.Y.)
Color Light Surface: Recent Textiles (Exhibition) (1990: New York, N.Y.)
Color by the Yard: Printed Fabrics from 1760-1860 (Exhibition) (1987-1988: New York, N.Y.)
Contemporary Continuous Pattern (Exhibition) (1983-1984: New York, N.Y.)
Cooper-Hewitt Collection: Furniture (Exhibition) (1979: New York, N.Y.)
Cooper-Hewitt Collection: Glass (Exhibition) (1979: New York, N.Y.)
Cooper-Hewitt Collection: Porcelain (Exhibition) (1979-1980: New York, N.Y.)
Cooper-Hewitt Collection: Silver (Exhibition) (1980-1981: New York, N.Y.)
Cooper-Hewitt Collections: A Design Resource (Exhibition) (1991-1992: New York, N.Y.)
Courts and Colonies: The William and Mary Style in Holland, England, and America (Exhibition) (1988-1989: New York, N.Y.)
Crosscurrents: Neoclassical Drawings and Prints (Exhibition) (1978: New York, N.Y.)
Crystal Palaces (Exhibition) (1987: New York, N.Y.)
Cut Paper (Exhibition) (1985: New York, N.Y.)
Czech Cubism: Architecture and Design (Exhibition) (1993: New York, N.Y.)
Damask (Exhibition) (1984: New York, N.Y.)
Day Without Art (Exhibition) (1992-1993: New York, N.Y.)
Design Process: Cheryl R. Riley (Exhibition) (1993: New York, N.Y.)
Design and Fabric Technology: Pushing the Limits (Exhibition) (1993: New York, N.Y.)
Design for Life: A Centennial Celebration (Exhibition) (1997-1998: New York, N.Y.)
Design in the Service of Tea (Exhibition) (1983: New York, N.Y.)
Designed for Theater (Exhibition) (1983: New York, N.Y.)
Disegno: Italian Renaissance Designs for the Decorative Arts (Exhibition) (1997: New York, N.Y.)
Doghouse (Exhibition) (1990: New York, N.Y.)
Drawing Toward a More Modern Architecture (Exhibition) (1977: New York, N.Y.)
Drawings by Francesco and Giovanni Carlo Bibiena (Exhibition) (1990: New York, N.Y.)
Dream King: Ludwig II of Bavaria (Exhibition) (1979: New York, N.Y.)
E. McKnight Kauffer: Graphic Art and Theater Design (Exhibition) (1989-1990: New York, N.Y.)
El Nuevo Mundo: The Landscape of Latino L.A. (Exhibition) (1999: New York, N.Y.)
Elaine Lustig Cohen, Modern Graphic Designer (Exhibition) (1995: New York, N.Y.)
Electroworks (Exhibition) (1980: New York, N.Y.)
Embellished Calendars: An Illustrated History (Exhibition) (1984-1985: New York, N.Y.)
Embroidered Samplers (Exhibition) (1984: New York, N.Y.)
Embroidered Ship Portraits (Exhibition) (1986: New York, N.Y.)
Embroidery Through the Ages (Exhibition) (1978: New York, N.Y.)
English Majolica (Exhibition) (1982: New York, N.Y.)
Ephemeral Images: Recent American Posters (Exhibition) (1981: New York, N.Y.)
Erich Mendelsohn: 1887-1953 (Exhibition) (1988-1989: New York, N.Y.)
Etchings by the Tiepolos: From the Cooper-Hewitt Collection (Exhibition) (1984: New York, N.Y.)
European Illustration: 1974-1984 (Exhibition) (1984-1985: New York, N.Y.)
Faberge: Jeweler to Royalty (Exhibition) (1983: New York, N.Y.)
Fabled Cloth: Batik from Java's North Coast (Exhibition) (1985: New York, N.Y.)
Fancy Fronts: Gentlemen's Waistcoats in the Eighteenth Century (Exhibition) (1993-1994: New York, N.Y.)
Fantastic Illustration and Design in Britain (Exhibition) (1979: New York, N.Y.)
Fashion Prints (Exhibition) (1982-1983: New York, N.Y.)
Field For Dreams: An 18th-Century Bedcover (Exhibition) (1995: New York, N.Y.)
Finished in Beauty: Southwest Indian Silver (Exhibition) (1984: New York, N.Y.)
Flora Danica and the Heritage of Danish Porcelain (Exhibition) (1990: New York, N.Y.)
Folding Fans from the Cooper-Hewitt Collection (Exhibition) (1987: New York, N.Y.)
Fountains: Splash and Spectacle (Exhibition) (1998: New York, N.Y.)
Four Continents (Exhibition) (1985: New York, N.Y.)
Frank Lloyd Wright and the Johnson Wax Building: Creating a Corporate Cathedral (Exhibition) (1986: Washington, D.C.)
Frank Lloyd Wright and the Prairie School (Exhibition) (1983-1984: New York, N.Y.)
From Background to Foreground: Looking at an 18th-century Wallpaper (Exhibition) (1992-1993: New York, N.Y.)
From Concept to Building: A Design in Singapore by Architect Paul Rudolph (Exhibition) (1993-1994: New York, N.Y.)
Gardens of Delight (Exhibition) (1981: New York, N.Y.)
Gold of Greece: Jewelry and Ornaments from the Benaki Museum (Exhibition) (1990-1991: New York, N.Y.)
Golden Eye: An International Tribute to the Artisans of India (Exhibition) (1985: New York, N.Y.)
Good Offices and Beyond: A Laboratory of Seating (Exhibition) (1994-1995: New York, N.Y.)
Hair (Exhibition) (1980: New York, N.Y.)
Hawaii: The Royal Isles (Exhibition) (1982: New York, N.Y.)
Henry Dreyfuss Directing Design: The Industrial Designer and his Work, 1929-1972 (Exhibition) (1997: New York, N.Y.)
Hollywood: Legend and Reality (Traveling exhibition)
Honor and Glory: Triumphal Arches (Exhibition) (1987-1988: New York, N.Y.)
In Celebration of Water (Exhibition) (1978: New York, N.Y.)
In Small Stages: Puppets from the Cooper-Hewitt Collection (Exhibition) (1981-1982: New York, N.Y.)
Indelible Images: Contemporary Advertising Design (Exhibition) (1979: New York, N.Y.)
Innovative Furniture in America (Exhibition) (1981: New York, N.Y.)
Intimate World of Alexander Calder (Exhibition) (1989-1990: New York, N.Y.)
Introduction to the Andrew Carnegie Mansion (Exhibition) (1994-1995: New York, N.Y.)
Jewelry: A Selection from the Cooper-Hewitt Collection (Exhibition) (1989-1990: New York, N.Y.)
Jewels of Lalique (Exhibition) (1998: New York, N.Y.)
John Henry Belter and the Rococo Revival (Exhibition) (1981: New York, N.Y.)
Kitsch to Corbusier: Wallpaper from the 1950s (Exhibition) (1995: New York, N.Y.)
L'Art de Vivre: Decorative Arts and Design in France 1789-1989 (Exhibition) (1989: New York, N.Y.)
La Nijinska: A Dancer's Legacy (Exhibition) (1986: New York, N.Y.)
Lace (Exhibition) (1982: New York, N.Y.)
Living with AIDS (Day Without Art) (Exhibition) (1993-1994: New York, N.Y.)
Look Again (Exhibition) (1978: New York, N.Y.)
Louis Sullivan: The Function of Ornament (Exhibition) (1987: New York, N.Y.)
MA, Space/Time in Japan (Exhibition) (1979: New York, N.Y.)
MANtransFORMS: An International Exhibition on Aspects of Design (1976-1977: New York, N.Y.)
Magazine Covers (Exhibition) (1981: New York, N.Y.)
Manhattan Skyline: New York Skyscrapers (Exhibition) (1984: New York, N.Y.)
Matchsafes (Exhibition) (1981: New York, N.Y.)
Mechanical Brides: Women and Machines from Home to Office (Exhibition) (1993-1994: New York, N.Y.)
Memorial to Jan Palach (Exhibition) (1993: New York, N.Y.)
Memphis/Milano (Exhibition) (1986: New York, N.Y.)
Milestones: 50 Years of Goods and Services (Exhibition) (1986-1987: New York, N.Y.)
Modern Dutch Poster: The First Fifty Years, 1890-1940 (Exhibition) (1988-1989: New York, N.Y.)
Modern Spirit: Glass from Finland (Exhibition) (1985-1986: New York, N.Y.)
Mondo Materialis (Exhibition) (1990-1991: New York, N.Y.)
More Than Meets the Eye (Exhibition) (1977: New York, N.Y.)
Museum of Drawers (Exhibition) (1978: New York, N.Y.)
Mustard Pots from the Colman Collection (Exhibition) (1980: New York, N.Y.)
National Design Museum: A New Identity (Exhibition) (1994-1995: New York, N.Y.)
Netsuke: Japanese Design in Miniature (Exhibition) (1984: New York, N.Y.)
New Vistas: American Art Pottery, 1880-1920 (Exhibition) (1984-1985: New York, N.Y.)
Newcomb Pottery: An Enterprise for Southern Women, 1895-1940 (Traveling exhibition)
Now I Lay Me Down to Eat: A Salute to the Unknown Art of Living (Exhibition) (1980-1981: New York, NY.)
Objects of Adornment: 5000 Years of Jewelry from Walters Art Gallery, Baltimore (Exhibition) (1984-1985: New York, N.Y.)
Oceanliner: Speed, Style, Symbol (Exhibition) (1980: New York, N.Y.)
Old Master Prints from the Wallerstein Collection (Exhibition) (1985: New York, N.Y.)
Opening Our Doors: Selections from the Design Resource Center (Exhibition) (1998: New York, N.Y.)
Ornament in the Twentieth Century (Exhibition) (1978: New York, N.Y.)
Outdoor Chairs (Exhibition) (1988: New York, N.Y.)
Packaging the New: Design and the American Consumer (Exhibition) (1994: New York, N.Y.)
Palaces for the People (Exhibition) (1977: New York, N.Y.)
Paris Opera on Stage: Designs, Costumes, Jewels (Exhibition) (1988: New York, N.Y.)
Paris Recorded: The Therese Bonney Collection (Exhibition) (1985: New York, N.Y.)
Penny Saved: Architecture in Cast-Iron Toy Banks (Exhibition) (1983: New York, N.Y.)
Perspective: The Illusion of Space (Exhibition) (1986-1987: New York, N.Y.)
Photography and Architecture: 1839-1939 (Exhibition) (1983: New York, N.Y.)
Picture Palaces (Exhibition) (1982-1983: New York, N.Y.)
Playing Cards (Exhibition) (1986: New York, N.Y.)
Pottery (Exhibition) (1981: New York, N.Y.)
Power of maps (Exhibition) (1992-1993: New York, N.Y.)
Puppets: Art and Entertainment (Exhibition) (1981-1982: New York, N.Y.)
Purses, Pockets, Pouches (Exhibition) (1988-1989: New York, N.Y.)
Recent Acquisitions: Textile Selection (Exhibition) (1993: New York, N.Y.)
Recollections: A Decade of Collecting (Exhibition) (1986-1987: New York, N.Y.)
Resorts of the Catskills (Exhibition) (1980: New York, N.Y.)
Revolution, Life, and Labor: Soviet Porcelains, 1918-1985 (Exhibition) (1992-1993: New York, N.Y.)
Robert Adam and Kedleston Hall (Exhibition) (1987: New York, N.Y.)
Roma Interotta (Exhibition) (1979: New York, N.Y.)
Royal Gift: The 1826 Porcelain Jewel Cabinet (Exhibition) (1994-1995: New York, N.Y.)
Royal Pavilion at Brighton (Exhibition) (1977: New York, N.Y.)
Safe and Secure: A World of Design in Locks and Keys (Exhibition) (1987: New York, N.Y.)
Scandinavian Modern 1880-1980 (Exhibition) (1982-1983: New York, N.Y.)
Shopping Bag: Portable Graphic Art (Exhibition) (1978-1979: New York, N.Y.)
Smithsonian (Exhibition) (1979-1980: New York, N.Y.)
Spectacular Spaces: Drawings from the Cooper-Hewitt Collection (Exhibition) (1980: New York, N.Y.)
Structure of Style: Dutch Modernism in the Applied Arts 1880-1930 (Exhibition) (1994-1995: New York, N.Y.)
Suburbs (Exhibition) (1981-1982: New York, N.Y.)
Surprise! Surprise! Pop-up and Moveable Books (Exhibition) (1987-1988: New York, N.Y.)
Take Your Choice: Contemporary Product Design (Exhibition) (1979: New York, N.Y.)
The American Landscape (Exhibition) (1982: New York, N.Y.)
The Column: Structure and Ornament (Exhibition) (1982: New York, N.Y.)
The Countess' Treasury: Gems and Curiosities from Burghley House (Exhibition) (1988: New York, N.Y.)
The Jacquard Loom: Recent Experiments (Exhibition) (1982: New York, N.Y.)
Tiffany Studios: Metalwork and Other Decorative Arts (Exhibition) (1983: New York, N.Y.)
Tiles (Exhibition) (1980: New York, N.Y.)
Timeless Sources: Rare Books from the Cooper-Hewitt Museum (Exhibition) (1985: New York, N.Y.)
Tools for the Table: Designs for Dining (Exhibition) (1993: New York, N.Y.)
Toward Modern Design: Revival and Reform in Applied Arts 1850-1920 (Exhibition) (1993-1994: New York, N.Y.)
Toys from the Nuremburg Spielzug Museum (Exhibition) (1986: New York, N.Y.)
Treasures from Hungary: Gold and Silver from the 9th-19th Centuries (Exhibition) (1986: New York, N.Y.)
Triumph of Simplicity: 350 Years of Swedish Silver (Exhibition) (1988: New York, N.Y.)
Tsuba (Exhibition) (1979: New York, N.Y.)
Turned Wood Bowls (Exhibition) (1989: New York, N.Y.)
Two Hundred Years of American Architectural Drawing (Exhibition) (1977: New York, N.Y.)
Under the Sun: An Outdoor Exhibition of Light (1998: New York, N.Y.)
Underground Images: Subway Posters from the School of Visual Arts (Exhibition) (1987: New York, N.Y.)
Unlimited by Design (Exhibition) (1998-1999: New York, N.Y.)
Urban Documents: Twentieth Century American Prints (Exhibition) (1983: New York, N.Y.)
Versailles: The View from Sweden, Drawings from the National Museum and Royal Palace, Stockholm (Exhibition) (1988: New York, N.Y.)
Vienna Moderne, 1898-1918 (Exhibition) (1978-1979: New York, N.Y.)
Vienna/New York: The Work of Joseph Urban, 1872-1933 (Exhibition) (1987-1988: New York, N.Y.)
Views of Rome: Watercolors and Drawings from the Collection of the Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana (Traveling exhibition) (1988-1991)
Visual Spaces in Music: Drawings by John Decesare (Exhibition) (1984: New York, N.Y.)
Wallpaper from the Cooper-Hewitt Collection (Exhibition) (1980: New York, N.Y.)
Walter Crane: Design for Children (Exhibition) (1993-1994: New York, N.Y.)
What Could Have Been: Unbuilt Architecture of the 80's (Exhibition) (1988: New York, N.Y.)
Wine: Celebration and Cermony (Exhibition) (1985: New York, N.Y.)
Work of Charles and Ray Eames: A Legacy of Invention (Exhibition) (1999-2000: New York, N.Y.)
Writing and Reading (Exhibition) (1981-1982: New York, N.Y.)
Physical description:
12 cu. ft. (12 record storage boxes)
Type:
Exhibition catalogs
Collection descriptions
Manuscripts
Pamphlets
Black-and-white photographs
Black-and-white transparencies
Color photographs
Color transparencies
Date:
1976
1976-2000
Topic:
Art museums
Decorative arts
Exhibitions
Local number:
SIA Acc. 04-117
Summary:
This accession consists of records documenting the installation, development, and publicity of exhibitions and visitor response to those exhibitions. Materials include installation photographs, object lists, label copy, scripts, press releases, memoranda, correspondence, and visitor comment books. An exhibitions list is found at the front of box 1
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Exhibition Records 1976-2000 [Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum]
Data Source:
Smithsonian Institution Archives
Visitor Tag(s):

Exhibition Records, 1980-2006

Creator:
Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum Exhibitions
Subject:
Aluminum By Design: From Jewelry to Jets (Exhibition) (2001: New York, N.Y.)
American Picture Palaces (Exhibition) (1982-1983: New York, N.Y.)
Hollywood: Legend and Reality (Exhibition) (1986: New York, N.Y.)
Immovable Objects: Urban Open Spaces (Exhibition) (1979: New York, N.Y.)
American Enterprise: Nineteenth Century Patent Models (Exhibition) (1984: New York, N.Y.)
Arches for Galveston (Exhibition) (1987-1988: New York, N.Y.)
Arquitectonica: The Times Square Project (Exhibition) (1998: New York, N.Y.)
Art Nouveau Bing: The Paris Style 1900 (Exhibition) (1987: New York, N.Y.)
Art that is Life: The Arts and Crafts Movement in America (Exhibition) (1988: New York, N.Y.)
Avant-Garde Letterhead (Exhibition) (1996: New York, N.Y.)
Berlin 1900-1933: Architecture and Design (Exhibition) (1986-1987: New York, N.Y.)
Bon Voyage! Designs for Travel (Exhibition) (1986: New York, N.Y.)
Canes and Walking Sticks (Exhibition) (1983: New York, N.Y.)
Chicago Furniture: Art, Craft, and Industry (Exhibition) (1985: New York, N.Y.)
City Dwellings and Country Houses: Robert Adam and His Style (Exhibition) (1982: New York, N.Y.)
Color Light Surface: Recent Textiles (Exhibition) (1990: New York, N.Y.)
Courts and Colonies: The William and Mary Style in Holland, England, and America (Exhibition) (1988-1989: New York, N.Y.)
Cooper-Hewitt Collections: A Design Resource (Exhibition) (1991-1992: New York, N.Y.)
Czech Cubism: Architecture and Design (Exhibition) (1993: New York, N.Y.)
Design = Art: Functional Objects from Donald Judd to Rachel Whiteread (Exhibition) (2004-2005: New York, N.Y.)
Doghouse (Exhibition) (1990: New York, N.Y.)
Erich Mendelsohn: 1887-1953 (Exhibition) (1988-1989: New York, N.Y.)
Faberge: Jeweler to Royalty (Exhibition) (1983: New York, N.Y.)
Fancy Fronts: Gentlemen's Waistcoats in the Eighteenth Century (Exhibition) (1993-1994: New York, N.Y.)
Fashion in Colors (Exhibition) (2005-2006: New York, N.Y.)
Field For Dreams: An 18th-Century Bedcover (Exhibition) (1995: New York, N.Y.)
Flora Danica and the Heritage of Danish Porcelain (Exhibition) (1990: New York, N.Y.)
Frank Lloyd Wright and the Johnson Wax Building: Creating a Corporate Cathedral (Exhibition) (1987: New York, N.Y.)
Gardens of Delight (Exhibition) (1981: New York, N.Y.)
Glass of the Avant-Garde: From Vienna Secession to Bauhaus (Exhibition) (2001-2002: New York, N.Y.)
Golden Eye: An International Tribute to the Artisans of India (Exhibition) (1985: New York, N.Y.)
Good Offices and Beyond: A Laboratory of Seating (Exhibition) (1994-1995: New York, N.Y.)
Hair (Exhibition) (1980: New York, N.Y.)
Hawaii: The Royal Isles (Exhibition) (1982: New York, N.Y.)
Henry Dreyfuss Directing Design: The Industrial Designer and his Work, 1929-1972 (Exhibition) (1997: New York, N.Y.)
Huguenot Legacy: English Silver, 1680-1760 (Exhibition) (1999: New York, N.Y.)
Intimate World of Alexander Calder (Exhibition) (1989-1990: New York, N.Y.)
Jewelry: A Selection from the Cooper-Hewitt Collection (Exhibition) (1989-1990: New York, N.Y.)
Josef and Anni Albers: Designs for Living (Exhibition) (2004-2005: New York, N.Y.)
Lace (Exhibition) (1982: New York, N.Y.)
Louis Sullivan: The Function of Ornament (Exhibition) (1987: New York, N.Y.)
Masterpieces from the Vitra Design Museum: Furnishing the Modern Era (Exhibition) (2000-2001: New York, N.Y.)
Mechanical Brides: Women and Machines from Home to Office (Exhibition) (1993-1994: New York, N.Y.)
Memphis/Milano (Exhibition) (1986: New York, N.Y.)
Milestones: 50 Years of Goods and Services (Exhibition) (1986-1987: New York, N.Y.)
Mixing Messages: Graphic Design in Contemporary Culture (Exhibition) (1996-1997: New York, N.Y.)
Modern Spirit: Glass from Finland (Exhibition) (1985-1986: New York, N.Y.)
National Design Triennial: Design Culture Now (Exhibition) (2000: New York, N.Y.)
National Design Triennial: Inside Design Now (Exhibition) (2003-2004: New York, N.Y.)
New Hotels for Global Nomads (Exhibition) (2002-2003: New York, N.Y.)
Opening Our Doors: Selections from the Design Resource Center (Exhibition) (1998: New York, N.Y.)
Opulent Eye of Alexander Girard (Exhibition) (2000-2001: New York, N.Y.)
Paris Opera on Stage: Designs, Costumes, Jewels (Exhibition) (1988: New York, N.Y.)
Photography and Architecture: 1839-1939 (Exhibition) (1983: New York, N.Y.)
Power of maps (Exhibition) (1992-1993: New York, N.Y.)
Puppets: Art and Entertainment (Exhibition) (1981-1982: New York, N.Y.)
Recollections: A Decade of Collecting (Exhibition) (1986-1987: New York, N.Y.)
Resorts of the Catskills (Exhibition) (1980: New York, N.Y.)
Robert Adam and Kedleston Hall (Exhibition) (1987: New York, N.Y.)
Rooms with a View: Landscape and Wallpaper (Exhibition) (2001: New York, N.Y.)
Rusel Wright: Creating American Lifestyle (Exhibition) (2001-2002: New York, N.Y.)
Scandinavian Modern 1880-1980 (Exhibition) (1982-1983: New York, N.Y.)
Shock of the Old: Christopher Dresser (Exhibition) (2004: New York, N.Y.)
Skin: Surface, Substance, and Design (Exhibition) (2002: New York, N.Y.)
Solos: SmartWrap (Exhibition) (2003: New York, N.Y.)
The Jacquard Loom: Recent Experiments (Exhibition) (1982: New York, N.Y.)
Toys from the Nuremburg Spielzug Museum (Exhibition) (1986: New York, N.Y.)
Triumph of Simplicity: 350 Years of Swedish Silver (Exhibition) (1988: New York, N.Y.)
Turned Wood Bowls (Exhibition) (1989: New York, N.Y.)
Under the Sun: An Outdoor Exhibition of Light (1998: New York, N.Y.)
Unlimited by Design (Exhibition) (1998-1999: New York, N.Y.)
Vienna/New York: The Work of Joseph Urban, 1872-1933 (Exhibition) (1987-1988: New York, N.Y.)
Views of Rome: Drawings and Watercolors from the Collection of the Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana (Exhibition) (1989: New York, N.Y.)
Walter Crane: Design for Children (Exhibition) (1993-1994: New York, N.Y.)
What Could Have Been: Unbuilt Architecture of the 80's (Exhibition) (1988: New York, N.Y.)
Wine: Celebration and Cermony (Exhibition) (1985: New York, N.Y.)
Work of Charles and Ray Eames: A Legacy of Invention (Exhibition) (1999-2000: New York, N.Y.)
Writing and Reading (Exhibition) (1981-1982: New York, N.Y.)
Physical description:
10.56 cu. ft. (24 blueprint storage boxes)
Type:
Architectural drawings
Collection descriptions
Floor plans
Drawings
Date:
1980
1980-2006
Topic:
Art museums
Buildings--Repair and reconstruction
Decorative arts
Exhibitions
Museum buildings
Local number:
SIA Acc. 10-061
Summary:
This accession consists of drawings documenting the design of exhibitions at the Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum. Exhibitions documented in this accession include "Huguenot Legacy: English Silver, 1680-1760;" "Avant-Garde Letterhead;" "Lace;" "What Could Have Been: Unbuilt Architecture of the 80s;" "Solos: Smartwrap;" "Faberge: Jeweler to Royalty;" "Art Nouveau Bing: The Paris Style 1900;" "Mechanical Brides: Women and Machines from Home to Office;" "Puppets: Art and Entertainment;" "Russel Wright: Creating American Lifestyle;" "Fashion in Colors;" "New Hotels for Global Nomads;" "Masterpieces from the Vitra Design Museum: Furnishing the Modern Era;" "Photography and Architecture: 1839-1939;" "Mixing Messages: Graphic Design in Contemporary Culture;" "Arches for Galveston;" "Milestones: 50 Years of Goods and Services;" "Under the Sun: An Outdoor Exhibition of Light;" "Opening Our Doors: Selections from the Design Resource Center;" " Walter Crane: Design for Children;" "Josef and Anni Albers: Designs for Living;" "Intimate World of Alexander Calder;" "Turned Wood Bowls;" "Henry Dreyfuss Directing Design: The Industrial Designer and His Work, 1929-1972;" "Feeding Desire: Design and the Tools of the Table, 1500-2005;" "Shock of the Old: Christopher Dresser;" "National Design Triennial: Inside Design Now;" "National Design Triennial: Design Culture Now;" "Rooms with a View: Landscape and Wallpaper;" "Aluminum by Design: From Jewelry to Jets;" "Field for Dreams: An Eighteenth Century Bedcover;" "Louis Sullivan: The Function of Ornament;" "Good Offices and Beyond;" "Czech Cubism: Architecture and Design;" "Work of Charles and Ray Eames: A Legacy of Invention;" "Triumph of Simplicity: 350 Years of Swedish Silver;" "Scandinavian Modern 1880-1980;" "Vienna/New York: The Work of Joseph Urban, 1872-1933;" "American Enterprise: Nineteenth Century Patent Models;" "Jewelry: A Selection from the Cooper-Hewitt Collection;" "Recollections: A Decade of Collecting;" "Opulent Eye of Alexander Girard;" "Packaging the New: Design and the American Consumer;" "American Picture Palaces;" "Skin: Surface, Substance, and Design;" "Power of Maps;" "Color Light Surface: Recent Textiles;" "Cooper-Hewitt Collections: A Design Resource;" "Design ? Art: Functional Objects from Donald Judd to Rachel Whiteread;" "Erich Mendelsohn: 1887-1953;" "Views of Rome: Drawings and Watercolors from the Collection of the Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana;" "Bon Voyage! Designs for Travel;" "Hawaii: The Royal Isles;" "Modern Spirit: Glass from Finland;" "Flora Danica and the Heritage of Danish Porcelain;" "Doghouse;" "Robert Adam and Kedleston Hall;" "The Jacquard Loom: Recent Experiments;" "Unlimited By Design;" "Gardens of Delight;" "Resorts of the Catskills;" "Hair;" "City Dwellings and Country Houses: Robert Adam and His Style;" "Canes and Walking Sticks;" "Fancy Fronts: Gentlemen's Waistcoats in the Eighteenth Century;" "Chicago Furniture: Art, Craft and Industry;" "Courts and Colonies: The William and Mary Style in Holland, England, and America;" "Wine: Celebration and Ceremony;" "Golden Eye: An International Tribute to the Artisans of India;" "Memphis/Milano;" "Immovable Objects: Urban Open Spaces;" "Paris Opera on Stage: Designs, Costumes, Jewels;" "Glass of the Avant-Garde: From Vienna Secession to Bauhaus;" "L'Art de Vivre: Decorative Arts and Design in France 1789-1989;" "Writing and Reading;" "Berlin 1900-1933: Architecture and Design;" "Hollywood: Legend and Reality;" "Toys from the Nuremburg Spielzug Museum;" "Art that is Life: The Arts and Crafts Movement in America;" "Frank Lloyd Wright and the Johnson Wax Building: Creating a Corporate Cathedral;" and "Arquitectonica: The Times Square Project." Some materials document non-exhibition renovation projects. Materials include floor plans, concept drawings, elevations, details, and related materials
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Exhibition Records 1930-2006 [Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum Exhibitions]
Data Source:
Smithsonian Institution Archives
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George V. Allen photograph collection of American Indians and the American frontier, circa 1860-1935

Collector:
Allen, George V
Photographer:
Barker, George 1844-1894
Barry, D. F (David Francis) 1854-1934
Batchelder, B. P (Benjamin Pierce) 1826-1891
Bates, Edw (Edward)
Beaman, Edward O
Bell, C. M (Charles Milton) ca. 1849-1893
Bell, William 1830-1910
Benecke, Robert
Bennett, H. H (Henry Hamilton) 1843-1908
Bierstadt, Charles 1819-1903
Blessing, S. T
Blosser, J. A
Bonine, Elias A. 1843-1916
Brockham, William of Morris, Minnesota
Brown, William Henry 1844-1886
Brubaker, C. B
Buehman, Henry 1851-1912
Calfee, H. B (Henry Bird) 1848-1912
Carbutt, John 1832-1905
Carter, C. W
Chamberlain, W. G (William Gunnison)
Chase, D. B (Dana B.)
Childs, B. F (Brainard F.) ca. 1841-1921
Choate, J. N (John N.) 1848-1902
Clark, George A (George Alfred) 1936-
Climo, John Saunders
Cobb, William Henry 1859-1909
Cozzens, Samuel Woodworth 1834-1878
Croft, Thomas
Cross, W. R. (William R.)
Currier, Frank fl. 1890-1909
Curtis, Edward S. 1868-1952
Curtis, George E. 1830-1910
Cushing, W. H. fl. 1870-1889
Davis, S. fl. 1860-1880
Doremus, John P. 1827-1890
Eaton, E. L (Edric L.) b. ca. 1836
Ebell, Adrian J (Adrian John) 1840-1877
Eisenmann, Charles b. 1850
Flanders, Dudley P
Forsyth, N. A (Norman A.) 1869-1949
Fouch, John H. 1849-1933
Godkin, William R
Gardner, Alexander 1821-1882
Goodell, Abner Cheney 1831-1914
Graves, C. H (Carleton H.) d. 1943
Gurnsey, B. H (Byron H.) 1833-1880
Hamilton, J. H (James H.)
Hart, Alfred A. 1816-1908
Hawkins, B.A
Haynes, F. Jay (Frank Jay) 1853-1921
Hazeltine, M. M (Martin Mason) 1827-1903
Heller, Louis Herman (ca. 1839-1929)
Heston, Wat
Heister, H. T (Henry T.) -1895
Hillers, John K. 1843-1925
Hook, W. E (William Edward) 1833-1908
Huffman, L. A (Laton Alton) 1854-1931
Illingworth, W. H (William H.) 1842-1893
Immke, Henry W
Ingalls, George W. 1838-1920
Jackson, William Henry 1843-1942
Jacoby, W. H (William H.) 1841-1905
Jarvis, J. F (John F.) b. 1850
Johnson, W.S
Kirkland, Geo. W (George W.)
Knight, J. Lee
Landon, S. C (Seth C.) b. 1825
Line, A. A
Little, H.N
Maude, F. H (Frederic Hamer)
Marshall, William I (William Isaac) 1840-1906
Martin, Alex (Alexander) 1841-1929
Maynard, Hannah 1834-1918
Maynard, Richard 1832-1907
McIntyre, A. C (Alexander Carson)
Meddaugh, J. E
Mellen, Geo. E (George Egbert) b. 1854
Mepham, Michael S
Mitchell, Daniel S
Morrow, Stanley J
Muybridge, Eadweard 1830-1904
Newcomb, C. H
Nims, F.A
O'Sullivan, Timothy H 1840-1882
Palmer, A. A
Parker, Joseph C
Pierron, Geo (George) b. 1816
Powers, F. F
Raitt, T.G
Randall, A. F (A. Frank)
Rau, William Herman 1855-1920
Rinehart, F. A (Frank A.)
Rodocker, D (David)
Rothrock, George H
Rudy, W. Ira
Russell, Andrew J
Rutter, Thomas H. 1837-1925
Savage, C. R (Charles Roscoe) 1832-1909
Seaver, C (Charles)
Sedgwick, S. J (Stephen James)
Shipler, James William 1849-1937
Soule, John P
Stoddard, Seneca Ray 1844-1917
Taber, I. W (Isaiah West) 1830-1912
Thorne, G.W
Thurlow, J. 1831-1878
Towne, Bertram C
Trager, George E
Upton, B. F (Benjamin Franklin)
Watkins, Carleton E. 1829-1916
Weitfle, Charles 1836-1921
Wendt, Julius M
Whitney, Joel E (Joel Emmons) 1822-1886
Williscraft, W.H
Wittick, Ben 1845-1903
Woodburn, J. R
Zimmerman, Charles A. 1844-1909
Leonard & Martin
Alvord, Kellogg, & Campbell
E. & H.T. Anthony (Firm)
Bailey & Whitesides
Bailey, Dix, & Mead
Bennett & Brown
Black Hills View Company
Brooks Photo
Brubaker and Whitesides
Calfee & Catlin
Caswell & Davy
Copelin & Son
Cosand & Mosser
Cunningham & Co. (1880-1889)
D.D. Merrill, Randall & Co
C. Duhem & Bro
Eaton of Ralston, Oklahoma
Griffith & Griffith
Gurnsey & Illingworth
Hamilton and Hoyt
Hamilton and Kodylek
Hansard & Carden
Thomas Houseworth & Co
Ingersoll View Company
Judd and McLeish
Keystone View Company
Kilburn Brothers a
Lawrence & Houseworth
Martin's Gallery
M.S. Mepham & Bro
Montgomery Ward
Ramsour & Pennel
Reed & McKenney
J.J. Reilly & Co
Rodocker & Blanchard
Savage & Ottinger
Henry L. Shepard & Co
Underwood & Underwood
Universal Photo Art Co
Whitney & Zimmerman
Wittick & Bliss
Wittick & Russell
Young & Chase
Photographers:
Conklin, E (Enoch)
Pollock, Charles 1832-1910
Creator:
Reilly, John James 1838-1894
Publisher:
Smith, O. C
Beal's Gallery
Continent Stereoscopic Company
Florida Club (Cooperative)
Geological Survey (U.S.)
Union View Company
Webster & Albee
Subject:
American Horse 1840-1908
Big Bow Chief
Mató-Tópe Mandan chief d. 1837
Iron Bull (Crow Indian chief)
Ouray
Red Cloud 1822-1909
Red Dog (Oglala chief)
Red Shirt 1845?-1925
Sitting Bull 1834?-1890
Spotted Tail 1823-1881
Monroe, Mark 1930-
Two Guns White Calf Blackfoot
Harding, Warren G (Warren Gamaliel) 1865-1923
Bogy, Lewis V (Lewis Vital) 1813-1877
Mix, Charles E
Cushing, Frank Hamilton 1857-1900
Stevenson, Matilda Coxe 1850-1915
Moran, John 1831-1903
Kelly, Luther S (Luther Sage) 1849-1928
Reynolds, Joseph Jones 1822-1899
Hough, Walter 1859-1935
Chilocco Indian School
United States Indian School (Carlisle, Pa.)
Haskell Indian Nations University
Albuquerque Indian School
Castillo de San Marcos (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Yankton Mission (Yankton Indian Reservation, S.D.)
Geological Survey (U.S.)
World's Columbian Exposition (1893 : Chicago, Ill.)
Louisiana Purchase Exposition (1904 : Saint Louis, Mo.)
Centennial Exhibition (1876 : Philadelphia, Pa.)
Physical description:
circa 1000 stereographs : albumen and silver gelatin (some tinted)
circa 50 printed stereographs : halftone and color halftone
circa 239 mounted and unmounted prints : albumen (including cartes de visite, imperial cards, cabinet cards, and one tinted print) and silver gelatin (some modern copies)
Album : 96 prints : silver gelatin
21 postcards : silver gelatin, collotype, color halftone, and halftone
67 lantern slides
26 negatives : glass
10 negatives : nitrate
6 autochromes
Culture:
Cheyenne Indians
Choctaw Indians
Dakota Indians
Eskimos
Salish Indians
Gros Ventre Indians (Montana)
Hopi Indians
Navajo Indians
Tonkawa Indians
Zuni Indians
Modoc Indians
Osage Indians
Apache Indians
Kansa Indians
Umatilla Indians
Shawnee Indians
Fox Indians
Mandan Indians
Arikara Indians
Tlingit Indians
Haida Indians
Cree Indians
Crow Indians
Acoma Indians
Quapaw Indians
Paiute Indians
Pueblo Indians
Micmac Indians
Seminole Indians
Potawatomi Indians
Comanche Indians
Pima Indians
Maricopa Indians
Pomo Indians
Iroquois Indians
Washo Indians
Nez Percé Indians
Shoshoni Indians
Bannock Indians
Omaha Indians
Cochiti Indians
Ute Indians
Yavapai Indians
Pawnee Indians
Sauk Indians
Mohave Indians
Isleta Indians
Kwakiutl Indians
Miwok Indians
Winnebago Indians
Laguna Indians
Assiniboine Indians
Havasupai Indians
Taos Indians
Kalispel Indians
Kickapoo Indians
Nootka Indians
Diegueño Indians
Puyallup Indians
Tohono O'Odham Indians
Ojibwa Indians
Indians of North America California
Indians of North America Subarctic
Indians of North America Great Basin
Indians of North America Northeast
Indians of North America Northwest Coast of North America
Indians of North America Great Plains
Indians of North America Plateau
Indians of North America Southern States
Indians of North America Southwest, New
Arctic peoples
Type:
Archival materials
Collection descriptions
Place:
Custer Battlefield (Montana)
Date:
circa 1860-1935
Topic:
Dwellings
Transportation
Totem poles
Rites and ceremonies
Child care
Camps
Hunting
Fishing
Wild west shows
Cookery
Funeral rites and ceremonies
Wounded Knee Massacre, S.D., 1890
Local number:
NAA Photo Lot 90-1
Notes:
George V. Allen was an attorney in Lawrence, Kansas and an early member of the National Stereoscope Association. Between the 1950s and 1980s, Allen collected an extensive collection of photographs of the American West, mostly in stereographs, but also including cartes-de-visite and other styles of mounted prints, photogravures, lantern slides, autochromes, and glass negatives
Summary:
Photographs relating to American Indian or frontier themes, including portraits, expedition photographs, landscapes, and other images of dwellings, transportation, totem poles, ceremonies, infants and children in cradleboards, camps and towns, hunting and fishing, wild west shows, food preparation, funeral customs, the US Army and army posts, cliff dwellings, and grave mounds and excavations. The collection also includes images of prisoners at Fort Marion in 1875, Sioux Indians involved in the Great Sioux Uprising in Minnesota, the Fort Laramie Peace Commission of 1868, Sitting Bull and his followers after the Battle of the Little Bighorn, and the aftermath of the Wounded Knee Massacre in 1890
There are studio portraits of well-known Indians, including American Horse, Big Bow, Four Bears, Iron Bull, Ouray, Red Cloud, Red Dog, Red Shirt, Sitting Bull, Spotted Tail, Three Bears, and Two Guns White Calf. Depicted delegations include a Sauk and Fox meeting in Washington, DC, with Lewis V. Bogy and Charles E. Mix in 1867; Kiowas and Cheyennes at the White House in 1863; and Dakotas and Crows who visited President Warren G. Harding in 1921. Images of schools show Worcester Academy in Vinita, Oklahoma; Chilocco Indian School; Carlisle Indian Industrial School; Haskell Instittue, and Albuquerque Indian School
Some photographs relate to the Centennial Exposition in Philadelphia, 1876; World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago, 1893; Louisiana Purchase Exposition in St. Louis, 1903; and Centennial Exposition of the Baltimore and Ohio Railraod, 1876. Expedition photographs show the Crook expedition of 1876, the Sanderson expedition to the Custer Battlefield in 1877, the Wheeler Survey of the 1870s, Powell's surveys of the Rocky Mountain region during the 1860s and 1870s, and the Hayden Surveys
Outstanding single views include the party of Zuni Indians led to the sea by Frank Hamilton Cushing; Episcopal Church Rectory and School Building, Yankton Agency; Matilda Coxe Stevenson and a companion taking a photographs of a Zuni ceremony; John Moran sketching at Acoma; Ben H. Gurnsey's studio with Indian patrons; Quapaw Mission; baptism of a group of Paiutes at Coeur d'Alene Mission; court-martial commission involved in the trial of Colonel Joseph J. Reynolds, 1877; President Harding at Sitka, Alaska; Walter Hough at Hopi in 1902; and Mrs. Jesse Walter Fewkes at Hopi in 1897
Cite as:
Photo Lot 90-1, George V. Allen photograph collection of American Indians and the American frontier, National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution
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George V. Allen photograph collection of American Indians and the American frontier circa 1860-1935
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National Anthropological Archives
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Handbook of research and policy in art education / edited by Elliot W. Eisner, Michael D. Day

Author:
Eisner, Elliot W
Day, Michael D
Physical description:
viii, 879 p. : ill. ; 26 cm
Type:
Books
Place:
North America
Date:
2004
Topic:
Art--Study and teaching--History
Art--Study and teaching--Research
Contents:
Learning from histories of art education : an overview of research and issues / F. Graeme Chalmers -- Questioning the past : contexts, functions, and stakeholders in 19th-century art education / Mary Ann Stankiewicz, Patricia M. Amburgy, Paul E. Bolin -- 20th-century art education : a historical perspective / John Howell White -- Policy and arts education / Ralph A. Smith -- Art education in a world of cross-purposes / Samuel Hope -- Spirit, mind, and body : arts education the redeemer / Constance Bumgarner Gee
Cognitive transfer from arts education to nonarts outcomes : research evidence and policy implications / Lois Hetland, Ellen Winner -- Aesthetic education : questions and issues / Ralph A. Smith -- Varieties of multicultural art education : some policy issues / H. Gene Blocker -- Museum education and controversial art : living on a fault line / E. Louis Lankford, Kelly Scheffer -- Introduction : development and learning in art / Anna M. Kindler -- Researching impossible? Models of artistic development reconsidered / Anna M. Kindler -- Art of infancy / John Matthews
Child art after modernism : visual culture and new narratives / Brent Wilson -- Sculpture : representational development in a three-dimensional medium / Claire Golomb -- Aesthetic judgment and reasoning / Norman H. Freeman -- Learning in the visual arts : characteristics of gifted and talented individuals / David Pariser, Enid Zimmerman -- Introduction to teaching and teacher education / Enid Zimmerman -- State of the field : demographics and art teacher education / Lynn Galbraith, Kit Grauer -- Contexts for teaching art / Mary Stokrocki
Interaction of teachers and curriculum / Mary Erickson -- Teacher education as a field of study in art education : a comprehensive overview of methodology and methods used in research about art teacher education / Frances Thurber -- Overview of art teacher recruitment, certification, and retention / F. Robert Sabol -- Practice of teaching in K-12 schools : devices and desires / Judith M. Burton -- Assessment and visual arts education / Elisabeth Soep
Assessing art learning in changing contexts : high-stakes accountability, international standards and changing conceptions of artistic development / Doug Boughton -- NAEP arts assessment : pushing the boundaries of large-scale performance assessment / Hilary Persky -- Evolution of large-scale assessment programs in the visual arts / Carol M. Myford, Alice Sims-Gunzenhauser -- Visualizing judgment : self-assessment and peer assessment in arts education / Elisabeth Soep -- Emerging visions of art education / Arthur D. Elfand -- Discipline-based art education / Stephen Mark Dobbs
Investigating art criticism in education : an autobiographical narrative / Terry Barrett -- Art education as imaginative cognition / Arthur D. Efland -- Art and integrated curriculum / Michael Parsons -- Studio art as research practice / Graeme Sullivan -- Curriculum change for the 21st century : visual culture in art education / Kerry Freedman, Patricia Stuhr
Data Source:
Smithsonian Institution Libraries
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Henry Bascom Collins, Jr. Papers 1730-1977, bulk 1922-1970

Creator:
Collins, Henry Bascom 1899-1987
Bohannan, C.T.R
Du Roullet, Regis
Wilson, Thomas
Resolute Bay Expedition, 1951
Southampton Island Expedition, 1956
Correspondent:
Anderson, H. D
Armstrong, Robert Geiston
Ashley-Montagu, Montague Francis
Atwood, Wallace W Jr
Baird, Patrick D
Bennett, Wendell Clark
Birket-Smith, Kaj
Bostock, Hugh S
Brandt, G. Herman
Bushnell, David Ives Jr 1875-1941
Case, John C
Chambers, Moreau Browne Congleton
Chaney, Ralph W
Colbert, Lee O
Cole, Fay-Cooper
Cummins, Harold
Day, Albert M
De Laguna, Frederica 1906-2004
Deming, Edwin Willard 1860-1942
Densmore, Frances
Dorman, Caroline
Dunbar, Max J
Eide, Arthur Hansin
Evans-Pritchard, Edward Evans
Everett, Martha T
Fewkes, Jesse Walter 1850-1930
Flakne, Joseph T
Flint, Richard Foster
Ford, James Alfred 1911-1968
Frothingham, Robert
Garber, Clark M
Geist, Otto William
Goldstein, Marcus Solomon
Gould, Lawrence M
Graf, John Enos
Graves, Mortimer
Guthe, Carl E (Carl Eugen) 1893-1974
Hammerich, L. L
Herskovits, Melville J (Melville Jean) 1895-1963
Holtved, Erik
Hrdlička, Aleš 1869-1943
Jenness, Diamond 1886-1969
Jones, E. D
Judd, Neil Merton 1887-
Kashevaroff, A. P
Knoblock, Hermes
Linton, Ralph 1893-1953
MacKay, J. Ross
MacKenzie, C. J
Manca, Harry E
Manning, T. H
Mason, John Alden 1885-1967
Mathiassen, Therkel
Michael, Henry N
Moodie, Roy L
Moorehead, Warren King
Myers, John L
Nutt, David C
O'Bryan, Deric
Oka, Masao
OʹNeill, John J
Parkin, G. Raleigh
Pope, Helen
Rainey, Froelich G
Reed, John C
Rowland, Dunbar
Rowley, Diana
Rowley, Graham W
Ruppert, Karl
Sander, Gerhard
Sanders, A. G
Shanafeldt, William
Shimkin, Demitri Boris
Silook, Paul Eskimo
Skarland, Ivar
Slobodin, Richard
Smith, G. Dudley
Smith, Marian Wesley
Solecki, Ralph S
Stefansson, Vilhjalmur 1879-1962
Stewart, T. D (Thomas Dale) 1901-1997
Sullivan, J. Magruder
Tremaine, Marie
Tremblay, Jean-Louis
Walker, James Stewart
Wallace, Robert C
Wardle, H. Newell
Washburn, A. L
Waugh, Leuman M. Dr
Wetmore, Alexander
Wilson, J. Tuzo
Wood, Walter A
Author:
Hough, Walter 1859-1935
MacRae, T.W.R
Moore, Riley D
Photographer:
Chamber, Moreau B.C
Taylor, William E
Jasse, Robert
McNutt, C.H
Subject:
Arctic Institute of North America
Smithsonian Institution Bureau of American Ethnology
Smithsonian Institution Smithsonian Office of Anthropological Research
Smithsonian Institution Smithsonian Office of Anthropology
Ethnogeographic Board (Washington, D.C.)
Committee on International Relations in Anthropology
International Congress of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences 1958
Alaskan Science Conference
Physical description:
34 linear feet
Culture:
Eskimos
Choctaw Mississippi
Arctic peoples
Indians of North America Subarctic
Choctaw Indians
Indians of North America Southern States
Type:
Maps
Collection descriptions
Journals (accounts)
Manuscripts
Financial records
Printed material
Charts
Diagrams
Photographs
Sound recordings
Place:
Arctic
Date:
1922
1730-1977
bulk 1922-1970
Topic:
Archeology
Arctic Bibliography
Stereotypes (Social psychology)
Restrictions:
Collinsʹs correspondence with his family is not available to researchers
Notes:
Originally trained in geology, Henry Bascom Collins became involved in anthropology as an assistant on Neil M. Judd's expeditions to Pueblo Bonito in New Mexico in 1922-1924. In 1924, he became an aid in the Division of Ethnology of the United States National Museum. In 1924, he was promoted to assistant curator and in 1938 associate curator in the same division. In 1939, he was made a senior ethnologist with the Bureau of American Ethnology and became that organization's acting director in 1963. When the BAE and the Department of Anthropology were merged in 1965, Collins became a senior scientist in the new Smithsonian Office of Anthropology
He was appointed archeologist emeritus when he retired in 1967. Collins's independent field work during the early part of his career focused to a considerable extent on his native American South, an interest developed during a short appointment with the Mississippi Department of Archives and History. His broad anthropological interests in the area were channeled into investigations, both archeological and physical anthropological, relating to the large Choctaw tribe and explorations of areas whose cultural history was little known. He was particularly interested in the culture history and relationships among the peoples who had inhabited the Gulf Coast
Collins thus worked during the mid and late 1920s at village and mound sites in eastern and southern Mississippi, carried out archeological reconnaissance and excavations in southern Louisiana, and explored areas of southwestern Florida, becoming especially concerned there with problems concerning the Calusa. He also carried out anthropometric studies of living Choctaws of Mississippi. Collins is best known, however, for his efforts in Arctic archeology. In the northlands of North America, he became involved in the puzzles of Eskimo origins and cultural development and devoted most of his career as a field archeologist in explorations that resulted in solutions to these problems
Between 1927 and 1936, he and colleagues, notably including James Alfred Ford, focused their field work on the Bering Sea area and the Arctic coasts of Alaska, including St. Lawrence Island, Nunivak Island, the Diomedes, Punuk Island, Bristol Bay, Norton Sound, Point Hope, Cape Prince of Wales, the Aleutians, and the interior of the Seward Peninsula. They concerned themselves with the Asian affinities, western origins, culture sequences, and non-Eskimo influences of Eskimo culture. For his report on his work on St. Lawrence Island, which represented a major and lasting revision of Eskimo culture history, Collins won a gold medal of the Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters in 1936
The report was issued as a Smithsonian publication under the title Archeology of St. Lawrence Island, Alaska, Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections, volume 96, number 1. In 1948-1955, his field work expanded eastward to Baffin, Cornwallis, and Southampton islands and included further concerns with the development of Eskimo cultures, such as affinities with European Mesolithic and Siberian Neolithic cultures. In this and earlier work, Collins's field activities were supplemented by study of collections in many museums. Collins has also been quite active with several anthropological organizations
He has served in several capacities with the International Congresses of Ethnological and Anthropological Sciences, including vice president of the second congress in Copenhagen in 1938, member of the permanent council in 1952, member of the organizing committee in charge of foreign delegations, and president of the seventh congress in Moscow in 1965. For the International Congress of Americanists, which met in Copenhagen in 1956, he served as an honorary vice president
Collins also served in various capacities with the Arctic Institute of North America. A founding member in 1944, he was on its board of governors in 1944-1958, 1951-1956, and 1960-1965, and he served as the boardʹs chairman in 1948. In 1946, he became chairman of the directing committee of the Arctic Bibliography, an AINA project. In 1960, he was chairman of the advisory committee and also became chairman of the advisory committee for AINAʹs Russian Translation Project
He was president of the Anthropological Society of Washington in 1938-1939 and vice president of the Society for American Archaeology in 1952. For the Ethnogeographic Board, a World War II agency, he served as assistant director in 1943-1944 and director in 1944-1946. In 1945, he was a member of the National Research Councilʹs Council on International Relations and Anthropology and had direct charge of delivering CARE packages to European anthropologists
Summary:
The papers reflect the professional life of Henry Bascom Collins, Jr., including his curatorial and research duties at the Smithsonian and his activities with a several anthropological organizations, especially the Arctic Institute of North America. Some of the material are historical documents collected for reference purposes. Included are manuscripts by Walter Hough, T.W.R. MacRae and C.T.R. Bohannan, Riley D. Moore, Regis Du Roullet, and Thomas Wilson. In addition, there are numerous historical maps of Alaska and Canada. Collins also acquired photographs made on expeditions he did not join, including phtotographs by Moreau B.C. Chambers on the Smithsonian's 1931 expedition to Alaska, photograph by William E. Taylor and Bob Jasse on the 1951 Resolute Bay expedition, and photographs by Taylor and C.H. McNutt during the 1956 Southampton Island expedition
Cite as:
Henry Bascom Collins Papers, National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution
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Henry Bascom Collins, Jr. Papers 1730-1977 bulk 1922-1970
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National Anthropological Archives
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Independent queer cinema : reviews and interviews / Gary M. Kramer

Author:
Kramer, Gary M
Physical description:
xv, 255 p. ; 22 cm
Type:
Reviews
Interviews
Date:
2006
C2006
Topic:
Homosexuality in motion pictures
Gays in motion pictures
Motion pictures
Gay motion picture producers and directors
Independent filmmakers
Contents:
Introduction: There's no accounting for taste -- PART I. INTERVIEWS : 1. Independent queer cinema ; Bill Condon: Kinsey ; Rose Troche: The safety of objects ; Ferzan Ozpetek: His secret life ; Emile Gaudreault (with Steve Gallucio): Mambo Italiano ; Miles Swaine (with Larry Sullivan): The trip ; Ventura Pons: Food of love -- 2. Fierce eroticism : João Pedro Rodrigues: O Fantasma ; Ilan Duran Cohen: Confusion of genders ; Richard Glatzer and Wash West: The fluffer ; Dirk Shafer: Circuit ; Fenton Bailey and Randy Barbato: Party monster ; Karim Aïnouz: Madame Satā ; John Greyson: Proteus -- 3. Queering the lines : Stephen Fry: Bright young things ; Robert Care: Anything but love ; Keith Fulton and Louis Pepe: Lost in La Mancha ; Richard Kwietniowski: Owning Mahowney ; Brian Dannelly: Saved! ; Jacob Tierney: Twist ; Denys Arcand: The barbarian invasions ; Andrew Jarecki: Capturing the Friedmans ; Robert Seigel: Swimming ; Steve Guttenberg: P.S. your cat is dead -- 4. Fascinating actors : Tilda Swinton: The deep end ; Jean-Pierre Lorit: A matter of taste ; Ernesto Mahieux: The embalmer ; Javier Bardem: The dancer upstairs ; Jennifer Westfeldt and Heather Juergensen: Kissing Jessica Stein ; Dallas Roberts: A home at the end of the world -- 5. Promising starts : Richard Bell: Two brothers ; Michael Akers: Gone but not forgotten ; Georgia Ragsdale: Wave babes ; Brad Fraser: Leaving metropolis ; Gil D. Reyes: Fake ID -- 6. Not their true calling : Paul Lekakis: Circuit ; Greg Walloch: F**k the disabled ; Margaret Cho: Notorious C.H.O. ; Danny Roberts: Boys briefs 2 -- PART II: FILM REVIEWS : 7. Hot and sexy -- 8. Intimacy -- 9. Seductive -- 10. Heartache -- 11. Such a drag -- 12. Bad taste -- 13. Just plain offensive -- 14. Shock and awe -- 15. Passions -- 16. Family redefined -- 17. Artistic temperaments -- 18. Coming of age
Data Source:
Smithsonian Institution Libraries
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Joseph Henry's Daily Journal, 1865

Author:
Henry, Joseph 1797-1878
Subject:
Lincoln, Abraham 1809-1865
Smithsonian Institution
Smithsonian Institution Building (Washington, D.C.)
Smithsonian Institution Building Early History
Smithsonian Institution General History
Physical description:
Number of Images: 196; Color: Color; Size: Example: 7w x 8h; Type of Image: Document; Medium: Paper
Type:
Paper
Document
Date:
1865
Topic:
Notebooks
Diaries
Fire, Accidents
Fire
Fire of 1865
Secretaries
Weather
Meteorology
Standard number:
SIA2013-06898 to SIA2013-07093
Restrictions:
No restrictions
Category:
Historic Images of the Smithsonian
Notes:
Joseph Henry was the first Secretary of the Smithsonian, and he served in this position from 1846 to 1878
For more notebooks with similar material, see SIA2013-06853 to SIA2013-06897; SIA2013-06738 to SIA2013-06817; SIA2013-06685 to SIA2013-06693; SIA2013-06818 to SIA2013-06852; SIA2013-06694 to SIA2013-06739
Summary:
Joseph Henry used this daily journal for 1865 to keep track of events and work at the Smithsonian. Most of the days have entries, though some do not. Henry writes about the fire in the Castle on January 24, 1865, and many of his subsequent entries deal with activities of the Institution in the wake of the fire. The journal also contains notes on preparing reports and sketches of the Smithsonian's activities, people moving offices, looking over accounts, and correspondence. He also makes mention of President Lincoln's assassination. The journal also contains small notes about weather and other topics that Henry was interested in, such as fog signals
Contained within:
Smithsonian Institution Archives, Record Unit 7001, Box 14, Folder: 6
Contact information:
Institutional History Division, Smithsonian Archives, 600 Maryland Avenue, SW, Washington, D.C. 20024-2520, SIHistory@si.edu
Data Source:
Smithsonian Archives - History Div
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Louis Sullivan : his life and work / Robert Twombly

Author:
Twombly, Robert C
Subject:
Sullivan, Louis H. 1856-1924
Physical description:
x, 530 p. : ill. ; 25 cm
Type:
Biography
Place:
United States
Date:
1986
Topic:
Architects
Notes:
"Elisabeth Sifton books."
Includes index
Data Source:
Smithsonian Institution Libraries
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Louis Sullivan : the function of ornament / edited by Wim de Wit ; text by David Van Zanten ... [et al.] ; with a contribution by Robert W. Twombly

Author:
Sullivan, Louis H. 1856-1924
Wit, Wim de
Van Zanten, David 1943-
Chicago Historical Society
St. Louis Art Museum
Subject:
Sullivan, Louis H. 1856-1924 Exhibitions
Physical description:
224 p. : ill. ; 27 cm
Type:
Books
Place:
Middle West
Date:
1986
C1986
Topic:
Decoration and ornament, Architectural--Exhibitions
Notes:
Catalog of an exhibition
Data Source:
Smithsonian Institution Libraries
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Louis Sullivan : the poetry of architecture / Robert Twombly, Narciso G. Menocal

Author:
Twombly, Robert C
Menocal, Narciso G
Subject:
Sullivan, Louis 1856-1924
Sullivan, Louis 1856-1924
Physical description:
439 p. : ill., port. ; 27 cm
Type:
Books
Catalogs
Philosophy
Date:
2000
C2000
Data Source:
Smithsonian Institution Libraries
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