Photographs, possibly made by Lewis M. Purnell, depicting a performance by a marionette troupe and Shan people at a market in Burma. They include close ups of marionettes and singers.
Videotapes, internal and external company publications, product catalogs and business files relating to Nike's domestic and international marketing and promotions.
Photographs made during Victor Krantz's service with the United States Air Force in Japan. They include images of hotels, shrines, and other buildings; street and market scenes; dancers at Obon festival; people engaged in art, crafts, agriculture, games, and household activities; market scenes; and boats.
Images of people, pottery making, and a market in Vietnam. The photographs were probably made in Cambodia and Vietnam, though they may have also been made in Laos, Thailand, Burma, or Malaysia.
Photographs made in China depicting a festival (probably the Sisters Meal Festival) in Dazhai and Shidong, aerial and street scenes of other mountain villages, and Dong craftspeople at market. The collection also includes images of a Dong nationality drum tower and Long Fu Temple in Guiyang.
Photographs made by Robert E. Kuntz documenting people and natural and built environments that he encountered during his world travels. Locations depicted include Asia (Taiwan, India, Korea, Thailand, Hong Kong, Vietnam, and Japan), the Middle East (Pakistan, Turkey, Lebanon, Syria, Egypt, and Yemen), Africa (Sudan, Libya, Kenya, and Nigeria), and...
Photographs made by Irving C. Root documenting people, industry, and culture in the Philippines in the 1910s. They include images of Igorot people, industry, and ceremonies, as well as Philippine landscapes and wildlife, agriculture, markets, architecture, events, and military. There are also a number of prints made circa 1900, mostly of military i...
Photographs documenting people and culture in Korea, Japan, Manchuria, China, the Philippines, and Singapore. They include images of people, buildings, trades and commerce, markets, village and city scenes, laundering, child care, food and food preparation, churches and shrines, schools, dances, transportation, and fishing. The photographs and pos...
The collection contains newsletters from 1981 to 1999 documenting the electronic display world industry. The Electronic Display World> is an international, in-depth report on the latest developments in the electronic display industry throughout the world. The newsletters were published by Stanford Resources, Inc. of San Jose, California, a market research and management consulting firmfounded by Joseph Castellano in 1978. The first newsletter was issued in March, 1981.
Fisher, Bruce & Company, importers of china, earthenware, and glassware, were located on Market Street, Philadelphia. The collection contains catalog pages and price lists for china, earthenware, and glassware imported from Belgium, Britain, France, and Italy, and some American ceramics.