Philip Pearlstein papers
The papers of New York artist Philip Pearlstein measure 31.8 linear feet and 16.68 GB and date from circa 1940 to 2008. The collection is comprised of biographical material, correspondence, interviews and transcripts, writing projects and lectures, personal business records, printed material, three scrapbooks, photographs and moving images, documentary production material, digital records, sound and video recordings, and motion picture film that documents Pearlstein's career as a painter and educator.
Dehner, Dorothy: Jacob's Ladder No. 1, Cantor Art Gallery, College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, Massachusetts: 3/2004-4/2004, L.2003-76
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- Accession 12-491
Smithsonian Institution Archives
Inventing the Surveillance Society
Proctor, Nancy, 1968-
Solove, Daniel J., 1972-
A symposium held by the National Museum of American HIstory's Lemelson Center, October 25, 2013. The symposium featured speakers, panel discussions, roundtable talks. Featured participants were John Gray, Steve Keller, Sam Quigley, Eiizabeth Merritt, Nancy Proctor, David Lyon, Josh Lauer, Al Shipp, Jonathan Cantor, Jeffrey Brodie, Ken Lipartito, James G. Kobielus, Daniel …
Ed Jackson "Book of Radio Personalities" Scrapbook
H. Edwin Jackson created this scrapbook of radio stars while living in Chicago, Illinois during the Great Depression.
Marilyn E. Jackler Memorial Collection of Tobacco Advertisements
The collection documents the history of tobacco advertising in America through print advertisements (magazine and newspaper), emphasizing the deceptive advertising practices employed by the tobacco industry to lure and keep smokers. Many of the advertisements contain images of celebrities, athletes, and other notable persons who endorsed tobacco products as well as ethinic imagery.