Vladimir Feofilovich Zeeler Papers, 1870-1950 [RBML]
... and his children; photographs of Repin; and his artist's brushes and paints. The collection includes correspondence with many prominent writers, poets, composers, artists, and political figures. Among...
Jason Rogers papers, 1825-1971 [RBML]
... and a teacher." His paper ran guides to purchasing pure food, offered home study courses, and printed bedtime stories for children. Rogers was a despot when it came to typography. A sloppy header was shabby as "a...
Pare Lorentz papers, 1914-1994 bulk 1932-1960 [RBML]
..., the American people. “Mothers in the waiting rooms of the Maternity Center,” a reviewer wrote, “undernourished children playing dangerously in the streets - the people of the tenements themselves, are the real...
Meyer Schapiro collection, 1919-2006 [RBML]
... was the second of four children (Morris, 1903; Meyer, 1904; Mary, 1906; and Jacob 1911) to the parents Menahem (Nathan) and Fayge (Fannie) Schapiro. Prior to moving to the United States, Schapiro's father Nathan...
Oscar Newman papers, 1959-1998 [Avery]
..., and a copy of the work. + "Housing Design and Children's Anti-Social Behavior" (1981): this study was undertaken by Newman with Karen A. Franck; materials include correspondence, drafts, interview schedules...
George A. Plimpton Papers, 1634-1956 [RBML]
.... Plimpton was survived by his second wife, Fanny Hastings Plimpton (d. 1950), whom he married in Bermuda in 1917, his first son Francis, as well as the two children that he and Fanny had together, Calvin...
James Rossant papers, 1950s-1990s [Avery]
..., particularly The World in My Kitchen: The Adventures of a (Mostly) French Woman in America (New York: Atria Books, 2007). They had four children: the educator Marianne Rossant, the architect and novelist Cécile...
Boris Sapir papers, 1898-1992 [RBML]
...-MacDonald a Dutch citizen. They had two children Leo Alexander born in 1949 and Anna Brechta born in 1952 He remained active in historical research as the Director of the Research Department of the American Jewish...
Hubert H. Harrison papers, 1893-1927 [RBML]
...-influenced activities. Beginning in 1907, he made his living as a postal clerk. In 1909 Harrison married Irene Louise ("Lin") Horton, and the following year their first of five children was born. Their relationship went...
Hudson Guild records, 1896-1990s [RBML]
... to provide its traditional range of social services, as well as expanding its work with children and teens through participation in such federally-funded programs as Neighborhood Youth Corps, Volunteers...
Eric R. Kandel papers, 1950s-2015 [RBML]
..., from Vienna 1900 to the Present (2012). Kandel married Denise Bystryn, later a professor of sociomedical sciences (in psychiatry) at Columbia University, in 1956, and they have two children...
Clyde Dorsett papers, 1940-1991 bulk 1952-1982 [Avery]
... services, children’s programs and total health services. During his time at the NIMH Dorsett also worked closely with a team of medical experts, believing that the medical program and the actual facility...
Kent Family papers, 1785-1901 [RBML]
... doctrine, the idea that American Indian peoples, though subject, were sovereign nations. Kent married Elizabeth Bailey, and they had four children: Elizabeth (died in infancy), Elizabeth, Mary, and William...
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