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 Collection
Identifier: GB 7B

Abstract:

This collection encompasses books in miniature format that were published before 1925.

 Collection
Identifier: MC 1485

Abstract: Documents primarily her founding and editorship of the Woman's Art Journal. Includes editorial correspondence with authors, articles, photocopies of 19th century books regarding English female artists and American women artists, awards and honors documentation, and Women in Art material. Contains catalogs, letters to artists, authors, and collectors, public relations material, reviews, videotapes, and photographs from the American Women...
 Collection
Identifier: GA 13

Abstract:

This collection contains examples of the artistic and professional output, as well as the papers, of Frances Manola, an artist who worked as a calligrapher and bookbinder in New York and New Jersey from the early 1960s to 2009.

 Collection
Identifier: GA 20

Abstract:

George Howes Whittle, Associate Arts Editor for Century and Saint Nicholas magazines, and one of the engravers loosely known as the New American School of Wood Engraving. This is a collection he assembled of wood engraving tools and a visor, ascribed to engraver Timothy Cole, and wood blocks prepared for engraving, as well as a photocopied article on Timothy Cole written by George Howes Whittle.

 Collection
Identifier: GA 18

Abstract:

The Harry B. Weiss Chapbook Collection comprises some 880 chapbooks dating from the late 18th through the mid 19th Centuries, as well as a selection of peripheral material. These chapbooks represent the collecting interests of Harry B. Weiss, and focus on British and, to a lesser extent, American chapbooks, with other examples from Germany, Italy and Mexico.

 Collection
Identifier: NJ012

Abstract:

A collection of printed and manuscript materials from Helen C. Pike’s research on Asbury Park, New Jersey and surrounding areas resulting in multiple books on the subjects.

 Collection
Identifier: MC 901

Abstract:

Theatrical papers reflecting the career of actor Jerry Cunliffe, especially his work with director Tom O'Horgan and La Mama E.T.C. Materials represented include resumes, contracts, scripts, music, theatrical posters, programs, reviews, photographs and other papers.

 Collection
Identifier: MC 1482

Abstract: Joan Arbeiter is an artist, author, and curator, focusing on women in the arts. Arbeiter was educated at Douglass College and the New York Feminist Art Institute, where she took the Visual Diaries Class. Because of NYFAI, Arbeiter became involved in the Women's Art Movement by joining the Women's Caucus for Art, exhibiting and curating at Ceres Gallery, and co-writing the book Lives and Works: Talks with Women Artists which was published in 1999. The collection...
 Collection
Identifier: GB 2

Scope and Content Note: This collection primarily consists of proofs and prints of wood engravings by DePol. Also included are etchings, paintings, correspondence, exhibition announcements, miscellaneous documents, woodblocks and ephemera, as well as publications and other texts that feature his work or were collected by DePol. Other material related to John DePol is held in Special Collections and University Archives, Rutgers University, and can be found in the library catalog or in the ...
 Collection
Identifier: GA 15

Abstract:

The collection consists of 273 works, including 206 prints, 52 drawings and 15 printing plates and blocks. As an artist, John Ross explored subjects ranging from daily life in a city to landscapes, abstract images and fantastical cityscapes through the media of ink drawings, collagraphs, woodcuts, lithographs and etchings. This collection provides a cross section of the artist’s body of work, focusing primarily on collagraphs, woodcuts and drawings.