New York (N.Y.)
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
The collection contains photocopies of seven journals dating from 1929-1958 and miscellaneous papers, 1939-1977. The papers are mostly published articles written by Lloyd on education and religious themes, and education in Japan.
Contains photocopied art and sketchbooks, and notes and other ephemera relating to the work of Mahonri Mackintosh Young for various purposes in various places. Materials date from 1870 to 1956.
Collection of folders with scripts, programs, and various other theatre related materials. Also includes various photographs, newspaper and magazine clippings, and videocassettes. Materials from and information concerning the Paris Theatre and the Museum of Modern Art in New York City is also included.
Scrapbooks contain images and articles collected by Mahonri Mackintosh Young on a wide variety of persons and subjects, including artists, authors, journalists, illustrators, cartoonists, sculptors, architects, politicians, and miscellaneous. Undated.
The newspaper clippings (photocopies) and correspondence included in this collection primarily chronicle B. H. Roberts' travels, sermons, and writings from 1896-1908. Some clippings address Mormonism in general, as well as other religious topics.
Contains materials related to the works and publications of Rostenberg and Stern. Includes typescripts, edited copies, and final manuscripts of several books, book reviews, encyclopedia entries, and articles. Topics range from rare book collecting and early printing to Louisa May Alcott and Walt Whitman. Contains newspaper articles consulted in their research. Also included are audio tapes of lectures given and correspondence with publishers, editors, and personal friends.
The Ship Brooklyn passengers research collection, 1846 contains passenger information. Biographical and historical information about the 238 passengers who originally left New York Harbor on 4 Feb. 1846 bound for California are contained on 6 reels of microfilm.