J. Max Bond Jr. papers, 1955-2009 [Avery]
... and Harvard Graduate School of Design, photographs and slides from various travels and of family members, an oral history transcript of Bond’s mother Ruth Clement Bond, and papers related to South Africa...
Henry Hope Reed papers, 1911-1998 [Avery]
... on Alberti, travel notes, reading lists, and information on Reed’s Guggenheim Fellowship award. Series II: New York Walking Tours The bulk of this series is the extensive research material relating to Reed’s...
M. Moran Weston Papers, 1824-1994 [RBML]
... the Fund for the Republic to produce and transport a traveling exhibition on the role of the Episcopal Church in promoting the cause of social and political justice in the U.S.A. during the 20th century...
David Nachmansohn papers, 1918-1981 [RBML]
... in the understanding of the molecular structure of acetylcholine esterase and of the acetylcholine receptor. After his retirement in 1967, Nachmansohn continued to work, travel, and lecture extensively. To illustrate...
Pare Lorentz papers, 1914-1994 bulk 1932-1960 [RBML]
... the assignment. Choosing the Dust Bowl as his subject, he traveled from Montana to Texas, filming the unprecedented erosion that was destroying billions of tons of fertile land. With a $6,000 budget, he was forced...
Bennett Cerf papers, 1898-1977 [RBML]
... and scrapbooks which he maintained from his school days throughout his active career. The diaries, in date-book format, contain terse notes on Cerf's meetings with authors and friends, on his travels...
Robert College records, 1858-2018 [RBML]
..., the administrators of both institutions reported on their travels in Europe and the Near East. They wrote about Turkey and conditions during the Russo-Turkish conflict and both World Wars. Finally, they followed...
Hudson Guild records, 1896-1990s [RBML]
... New York's Puerto Rican population increased dramatically, and many thousands of these new immigrants settled on the West Side. Hudson Guild staff members, including Dan Carpenter, traveled to Puerto...
Edith Elmer Wood papers, 1900-1943 [Avery]
... traveled extensively, she considered her permanent home to be Cape May Court House, New Jersey. She died on April 29, 1945 and was buried in the U.S. Naval Academy Cemetery in Annapolis, Maryland...
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