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 Subject
Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus

Found in 100 Collections and/or Records:

Merryman-Crane family papers

 Collection
Identifier: MS-0073
Overview The Merryman-Crane family papers document the nineteenth century life of two allied families, one centered in Richmond, Virginia, and the other in Baltimore County, Maryland. The Merryman family papers consist of land deeds, legal documents, and correspondence spanning 1742-1908 The Crane Family papers consist of correspondence, poetry, prose, and financial documents. The material spans 1821-1908 but mainly dates from 1850-1890.

Nicholas Maw papers

 Collection
Identifier: PIMS-0118
Overview Nicholas Maw (1935-2009) was a British composer who taught at the Peabody Institute from 1998 to 2008. The Nicholas Maw papers (approximately 1956-2009) contain manuscripts, scores, and recordings of musical compositions by Maw, including the opera Sophie's Choice. The collection also contains correspondence, programs, reviews, lecture notes, and other personal papers.

Peabody Institute Concert Office records

 Collection
Identifier: PIRG-07-14
Overview The Peabody Institute Concert Office arranges public performance events, recitals, special events, and tours. Materials in this collection include production files and related documentation about concerts, recitals, tours (including the Peabody Symphony Orchestra tour of the Soviet Union in 1987), concert hall rentals, graduation exercises, and special events at the Peabody Institute.

Peabody Institute financial records

 Record Group
Identifier: PIRG-05-01
Overview Documents supporting institutional financial activities. Includes the following: early property deeds and mortgages; Gallery of Art correspondence and reports; 19th century Conservatory of Music receipts; insuranceinformation (1950-1976); grants (1968-78); Dormitory-Cafeteria-Garage Project records (1960s); auditor's reports (1923-1977); comptroller's reports (1960-1970); student enrollment and scholarship statistics (1893-1976); and 173 volumes recording a wide range of financial information,...

Peabody Institute Office of the Provost records

 Collection
Identifier: PIRG-03
Overview Records documenting the activities of the executive office of the Institute. Includes correspondence from prospective lecturers such as Ralph Waldo Emerson, John Fiske, and James Russell Lowell (1867-1913); correspondence concerning the library, including letters received from Abram Stevens Hewitt of Cooper Union, E. W. Blatchford of the Newberry Library, and Melvil Dewey; numerous letters from the Institute librarian, Philip R. Uhler, to the provost reporting library activities during the...

Peabody Institute Robert Hall Lewis collection

 Collection
Identifier: PIMS-0115
Overview Robert Hall Lewis was a composer who taught at the Peabody Institute from 1969 to 1980. This collection contains newspaper clippings and related publicity about Lewis, correspondence between Lewis and the Peabody Institute, two photocopies of the holograph for his String Quartet No. 4, and three musical sketches for his Symphony No. 4.

Pierre Lafon papers

 Collection
Identifier: MS-0041
Overview Pierre Lafon or Lafond was a French stage actor born in Lalinde in the Dordogne on September 1, 1773.The collection consists of contracts, theatre bills, marriage documents, letters, totalling 47 items, which span the years 1797 - 1838.

Prosper Mérimée handwritten letter to A. Romieu

 Collection — Box 1: [Barcode: 31151030118933]
Identifier: MS-0734
Overview Prosper Mérimée (1803-1870) was a French dramatist, historian, archaeologist, and short story writer, perhaps best known for his novella Carmen. This item is a handwritten letter by Mérimée to Auguste Romieu, dated May 26, 1852, Paris. The letter spans one page and a half, in addition to two blank pages.

Raymond Dexter Havens papers

 Collection
Identifier: MS-0024
Overview Raymond Dexter Havens, educator and author, was born in Rochester, New York in 1880. In 1925, he joined The Johns Hopkins University faculty as Caroline Donovan Professor of English, a post he held until his retirement in 1949. In 1931, Havens was elected a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.The collections consists of correspondence; reprints, articles, and clippings; outlines, course note, study guides, and bibliographies; an autograph album contains holographic messages from...

Review of T. S. Eliot's Translation of "Anabase," a poem originally written by Saint-John Perse

 Collection — Box 1: [Barcode: 31151030133338], Folder: 5
Identifier: MS-0685
Overview Copied from dealer description: "An insightful and favorable review by Galantiere, of the T.S. Eliot 1930 translation of "Anabase," a poem by Saint-John Perse. Galantiere is known for his translation of major works by Antoine de Saint-Exupery. Written by Saint-John Perse, "Anabase" was published in French in 1925."