Medical college catalogs, introductory and valedictory addresses, and ephemera collection, 1807-196515 Linear Feet
Noriaki Tsuchimoto's papers related to Japanese films, especially the documentary genre and social issues in Japan and the world. Noriaki Tsuchimoto (1928-2008) was one of the most prominent documentary film directors in Japan. The collection consists of various types and formats including his diaries, correspondence, books, film scripts, and photographs.
The papers of Lewis Lloyd include correspondence, writings, business records, photographs, artwork, audio tapes, video tapes, printed material, production programs, posters, books and ephemera. The papers document his work between 1962 and 1989 in a number of professional positions: as owner of the off-Broadway Pocket Theater; manager of the Merce Cunningham Dance Company; general manager for the Brooklyn Academy of Music; program director for the New York State Council for the Arts; and as a consultant to television and radio stations, dance companies and art museums in the Northeast. Lloyd also was an avid collector of theatre and dance memorabilia. Along with his personal papers are books, production programs, posters, photographs and other materials documenting the history and productions of Alvin Ailey, Ballets Russes, the American Ballet Company, New York City Ballet, Twyla Tharp, as well as dancers and choreographers.
Business records, publications, catalogs, promotional ephemera, printed material, photographs, electronic media, and other papers by or relating to the Andrew Smith Gallery, Inc.
Fliers for Punk Rock Music and New Wave Music Shows in the San Francisco Bay Area, California, 1978-2010, bulk 1980-19861.26 Linear Feet
School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, Yale University, records concerning research projects and grants conducted by faculty, 1959-19734.5 Linear Feet
The collection consists of correspondence, photographs, printed material, and audiovisual materials documenting the lives of Lance Loud and the Loud family. Lance Loud papers consist of correspondence, personal papers, personal objects including Loud's professional and personal contact files, clippings, and other papers and include materials relating to his band The Mumps. Loud family papers document their involvement in the television documentary An American Family, its reception and subsequent followups, and the 2011 television movie Cinema Verite based on the series. Photographs consist of family pictures. Audiovisual materials include home videos, tributes to Lance Loud, audiorecordings of The Mumps, and videorecordings of television programs related to An American Family.