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Identifier: Edward Albee Collection
Scope and Contents The collection primarily comprises advertisements, newspaper clippings, catalogs, plays, television and theater scripts, anthologies, and other ephemera primarily playbills and programs. The advertisements, clippings, and ephemera primarily come from plays performed in the Northeast and New York City during the 1960s-1970s. The collection includes the play The Sandbox in an undated typescript copy, signed and dated 1983 by Albee. Also present in the collection is a television typescript of an...
Dates: 1959 - 1993
Identifier: Saul David Alinsky Collection
Overview Saul David Alinsky; a well-known sociologist, community organizer, and writer, who penned the highly influential text Rules for Radicals (1971), was born in Chicago in 1909 to Russian Orthodox parents. He obtained a PhD from the University of Chicago in 1930 where he focused his studies on juveniles in the inner cities and improving conditions for the inner city poor. Alinsky became highly influential among the counterculture protesters in the 1960s. He died in 1972. This collection contains...
Dates: 1930 - 1972
Identifier: George Stephanopoulos-Collection of Photographs
Scope and Contents This collection contains primarily black-and-white, gelatin silver prints, along with some color prints from multiple prominent photographers spanning the mid-20th century such as: Leonard Freed, Francis Miller, Larry Colwell, Ken Heyman, Henry Horenstein, Jacques Lowe, Danny Lyon, Ilse Bing, Harold Halliday Costain, Arthur Rothstein, and Rob Snitzer. It further contains some 19th century photographs of prominent sites in Florence, Rome, and Naples by an unknown photographer and Fratelli...
Dates: 1860 - 2006