The Arcadio Díaz Quiñones Papers consists chiefly of manuscripts and correspondence of the Puerto Rican professor of Spanish and Portuguese Languages and Cultures at Princeton University, Arcadio Díaz Quiñones (1940-), as well as a selection of manuscripts by others. The collection focuses on Puerto Rican and Cuban literature, but also provides insight into the literature and politics of other parts of Latin America.
Includes typescript drafts of Anagnōstakēs' poems from the book Target: Selected Poems translated into English by Friar; one complete typed manuscript of the above book with autograph corrections by Friar; typescript drafts of the introduction of the book written by Friar; biographic information on Anagnōstakēs; business correspondence with Friar regarding the English translation of the poems.
Livingston T. Merchant was a diplomat and high-ranking government official. This collection consists of Merchant's papers, including correspondence, articles, notes, speeches, statements, interviews, clippings, printed matter, and personal papers.
Includes typescripts of miscellaneous poems in English, some of them signed and dated by the poets or dedicated to Friar; among them the autograph poem "Poem" dedicated to Friar by Theodoros Stamos; there are also typescripts of an election of poems from "Dark Love" by Matsē Chatzēlazarou dated 1979.
Consists of a large panoramic photograph of the Manzanar War Relocation Center, a concentration camp in Manzanar, California, where the United States government incarcerated Japanese Americans during World War II. The image was taken from a tower along the fence line of the camp, likely by an outside photographer, as incarcerated people were not allowed to have cameras. The photograph is copyrighted by Manzanar Cooperative Enterprises, Inc., an organization owned, operated, and managed by the Japanese Americans incarcerated in the concentration camp, per an agreement with the War Relocation Authority dated March 1, 1943. It was likely commissioned by the cooperative and printed by a Japanese American photographic developer, probably Tōyō Miyatake.
Series IV. Photographs (ca.1942-1945) - Consists of one box of black and white photographs of authors such as Robert Lawson, Agnes Turnbull, Wendell Willkie, and Donald Hough; photographs of damaged cartons of books; group photographs of Council presentations, meetings, and radio interviews; and photographs of book displays and posters.
Consists of 11 photographs of the Manzanar War Relocation Center taken by Tōyō Miyatake while he was incarcerated there during World War II. Subjects include camp buildings, the camp entrance sign, and fellow incarcerees. Miyatake and Ansel Adams included several of these images in a collaborative exhibit and a book published in 1978. These images were printed after the war and stamped with the name of the studio Miyatake opened in 1947.
A black and white photograph of two children on tricycles pedaling down a dirt street at the Manzanar War Relocation Center. Tōyō Miyatake was among the more than 11,000 prisoners incarcerated at the camp during World War II. These images were printed after the war and stamped with the name of the studio Miyatake opened in Little Tokyo, Los Angeles, California in 1947.
Includes a notebook with autograph manuscripts of poems translated into English by Friar (including the poem "Louloudi tēs Monovasias" by Giannēs Ritsos accompanied by a sketch of a Byzantine church, in the last pages of the notebook); and Friar's class record booklet.
This subseries contains notes on the genealogy of the family of Miriam Young Holden, which may be helpful for researchers examining family correspondence. It also contains working notes made by Miriam Holden on the histories of individual women, women in various countries, and women in various occupations. Some of these notes appear to be her own and some appear to be annotations and citations from works Holden used.
This folder contains photoraphs and photography contact sheets of the Forrestal Campus before and after its 1951 dedication. Included are photographs of the Rockefeller Medical Center grounds on which the Forrestal Campus was built, buildings in which Project Matterhorn experiments were conducted, the construction of the Forrestal Campus, the dedication of the Forrestal Campus, the Plasma Physics Laboratory, the external proton beam building, the Princeton-Penn Accelerator, the chemical kinetics section, and an architectural rendering of the Tokamak Fusion Test Reactor (TFTR). Also included are photographs of the Cyclotron running schedule in Jadwin Hall and the Biochemical Sciences Laboratory (Hoyt). Photographs of the following individuals are included: Queen Elizabeth II (?), a bust of Secretary of Defense James Forrestal, Secretary of Defense Robert Lovett, Lewis Strauss, Peter Forrestal, Michael Forrestal, Dodds, Governor Alfred Driscoll, Assistant Secretary of Energy Robert D. Thorne, and Tokamak Fusion Test Reactor Project Manarger Paul J. Reardon.
Consists of an album containing fifty black-and-white photographs, all mounted on the pages of a notebook (8o, with 24 numbered pages). It most likely belonged to a German soldier during the Second World War in Greece. The images depict several places in Greece including Crete, soldiers in their leisure time, and scenes of air and land battlefields. Cover title: "Foto aus Griecheland und Kreta." The name of the photographer is unknown.
Consists of the papers (circa 1940s-2010s) of Mexican poet, essayist, novelist and short story writer, José Emilio Pacheco. Materials include notebooks, diaries and journals, writings, correspondence, printed materials, and other items.
The collection includes correspondence to and from Mexican author Elena Garro and Chilean American critic and scholar Gabriela Mora, a handwritten testament by Elena Garro, and photographs of Gabriela Mora, Elena Garro, and Garro's family, friends, and colleagues. Also includes audio recorded interviews of Elena Garro conducted by Gabriela Mora in 1974 and 1979.
Includes a beaded child's vest, a wallet, a handkerchief, six small framed drawings of women in Greek costume, a small amount of Syrian currency, a Class of 1948 P-rade button, and other small objects and momentos that Edmund Keeley collected.
Includes two sets of candid photographs of Elena Garro, Elena Garro's friend, Helena Paz, and Gabriela Mora taken in 1974 at Gabriela Mora's home in New York City and in Spain in 1979. Additionally, it includes about one hundred original photographs of Elena Garro, family, friends, colleagues, and some sites.
One photograph of Elena Garro with Pablo Picasso and others, undated [circa late 1940s]; Helena Paz Garro is seen behind Picasso, as a child of about 9-10 years of age. Two photographs of Elena Garro in the summer of 1954 at the home of Suzanne de Tézenas in Lake Geneva; in one photograph Garro is pictured with André Pieyre de Mandiargues and Guy Dumur, and the other with Bona Tibertelli de Pisis (Bona de Mandiargues). Three photographs by Hector García, Foto Press, Mexico. One is dated June 23, 1967 and is of a protest Elena Garro organized in favor of Régis Debray in front of the Bolivian Embassy, Mexico City, Mexico. Two others are undated, circa 1967 or 1968, one includes Elena Poniatowska. Also includes one photograph of Roberto Fernández Retamar with autograph note on back, circa 1967.