Esta serie consiste mayormente de fotografías relacionadas con la vida personal y profesional de Alma Concepción, incluyendo numeroras imágenes digitales. También incluye algunas diapositas, cuatro afiches y un diploma concedido a Alma Concepción de la Universidad Autonoma de Madrid.
The collection contains edited typescripts and copies of Cuban writer Severo Sarduy's poems, essays, and translations, along with writings about Sarduy, interviews, notes, clippings, photographs, and other printed materials. Correspondence includes a group of postcards sent to Severo Sarduy and his partner François Wahl in the 1960s and 1970s from various European and Latin American writers and philosophers, including Roland Barthes, Alain Badiou, Reinaldo Arenas, Octavio Paz, and Jacques Lacan, and additional correspondence of French editor and structuralist François Wahl.
Patrick Kelleher was director of the Princeton University Art Museum from 1960 to 1972. His papers consist of articles, notes, photographs, and printed matter from Kelleher about the Holy Crown of Hungary. There is a smaller selection of correspondence with artists and colleagues about the direction of the Art Museum.
Includes Axisymmetric Oscillations of Conical Shells; shell report; Indian Standard Code of Practice for Construction of Reinforced Concrete Shell Roof; Indian Standard Criteria for the Design of Reinforced Concrete Shell Structures and Folded Plates; Proportioning of Cast in Place Thin-Shell Concrete Structures.
Consists of a set of dog tags, fifteen pins, and a cloth badge from Gellhorn's career as a war correspondent, primarily from the Spanish Civil War and World War II, including dog tags from her time as a war correspondent for Collier's Magazine during World War II, which are embossed "Martha G. Hemingway / War Correspondent / Colliers Magazine;" her United States War Correspondent's badge; a "¡No pasarán!" pin from the Spanish Civil War; a United States Armed Forces Parachutist Badge with four stars affixed to it; along with other pins and military pips from Great Britain, the Middle East, and Russia.