Folio-size scrapbook: "A Book of 100 Modern Ads" created for a college-level psychology class, 1922, as an exercise in the methodology of advertising: it addresses both the creation and testing (i.e., recall and effectiveness) of ads found in contemporary magazines. An oral history interview was conducted by Stacy Flaherty with Mr. Lucas April 3, 1...
Included are file memoranda on meetings and correspondence, sent and received, 1938-1954, between the Lifwynn Foundation for Laboratory Research in Analytic and Social Psychiatry Incorporated, and in particular, Hans Syz, M.D., Secretary, and various doctors, psychologists, other professionals in the subject field, and various U.S. Military Departm...
Papers document the life of Elmer Gates (1859-1923), an independent American inventor and psychologist. Gates developed ideas related to experimental psychology and inventions in fields such as metallurgy, electricity, microscopy, X-rays, and pedagogy. Papers include correspondence, photographs, patents, articles and clippings, writings, and estate documents.
Clarence Raymond Carpenter (1905-1975) was a psychologist and primatologist. This accession consists of typed copies of Carpenter's field notes and observations on howler monkeys on Barro Colorado Island, Panama, circa 1930s. Carpenter conducted the first study of howler monkey behavior on the Island.
The papers of art historian, educator, writer and psychologist Rudolf Arnheim measure 9.6 linear feet and date from 1919 to 1998. The papers document his career in New York, Michigan, and abroad through biographical material, correspondence, writings, lectures, diaries, printed material, and sound recordings.
These records constitute the files of the Smithsonian Institution's Research Group in Psychology and the Social Sciences (1959-1963). Records consist of a joint name/subject file, arranged alphabetically. Included are Charles W. Bray's incoming and outgoing correspondence in his capacity as Special Research Director; drafts and final copies of...
Photographs made by Lora Hadley during her healthcare work in the Southwest, which document pueblos, churches, and the pueblo remains at Puye, New Mexico, and include an image of a cross left during a funeral procession in the northern mountains of Mexico. Extensive descriptive notes are written on the versos, possibly by Hadley.
Original audio tapes produced for the CBS public affairs radio show Adventures in Science, hosted by Watson Davis, director of Science Service and editor of Science News Letter. Mr. Davis interviewed guests ranging from psychologists to an engineer from an air conditioner manufacturing company.
The papers of southern California contemporary art curator, critic, and historian Jules Langsner measure 4.6 linear feet and date from circa 1910s-1998, with the bulk of the materials dating from 1950-1967. Found within the papers are biographical material; correspondence with family, friends, and colleagues; writings normal="1941"> travel, and works of art; and audio recordings of Langsner's lectures and eulogies given at his funeral.
The papers of painter, photographer, lithographer and industrial designer Charles Sheeler measure 4.9 linear feet and date from circa 1840s to 1966, with the bulk of the material dating from 1923-1965. The collection documents Sheeler's family, personal life and career through financial and medical records, awards, correspondence, writings, an autobiography, journal and notebooks, scrapbooks, exhibition catalogs and announcements, printed materials, photographs, funeral records and artwork by Sheeler and others. The collection is particularly rich in Sheeler's writings, and also includes Sheeler's industrial designs and manufactured artwork. Notable photographs include Sheeler with Edward Weston, Edward Steichen, and John Marin.