Rudy J. Favretti collection
The collection contains the project design records of Rudy J. Favretti. , a landscape architect and professor noted for his extensive work in historical restoration of gardens, parks, and landscapes. He donated his collection of garden design files, plans, and images to the Smithsonian's Archives of American Gardens in March 2011.
Dwight William Tryon Papers
Dwight William Tryon (1849-1925) was a noted American landscape painter whose painting style is associated with American tonalism. His paintings gained international recognition from the 1880s through the 1920s. Charles Lang Freer was his primary patron. Tryon taught art at Smith College and became head of the Art Department. The Tryon papers, dating from circa 1872 to 1930, document Tryon's professional and personal life and include correspondence, photographs, a sketchbook, and newspaper clippings.
Harper's Weekly Cover with Charles Ritchel's Airship
The cover of Harper's Weekly in New York, on 13 July 1878, depicts Ritchel's airship in flight.
MS 95 Navajo vocabulary
Trumbull, J. Hammond (James Hammond), 1821-1897
Whitney, William Dwight, 1827-1894
Henry, Joseph, 1797-1878
Vocabulary recorded in Smithsonian Institution Comparative Vocabulary by Arny. Also J. Hammond Trumbull (and William Dwight Whitney). Letter to Joseph Henry, regarding the "phonetic notation" used in Arny's Navaho vocabulary. Hartford, Connecticut. December 26, 1874. Manuscript copy of letter signed. 2 pages.
In praise of beauty : a monograph on the life of Andrew J. Kelly and a catalogue of his collection / by Mary C. Palmer
Thesis (M.A.)--St. Joseph College, Connecticut, 1963.
Thomas Cole letters to Daniel Wadsworth
Letters to Daniel Wadsworth, founder of the Atheneum Gallery and one of Cole's patrons. Cole writes about New York City, the White Mountains of New Hampshire, his family, and technical aspects of painting.
Heinz Joseph Gerber Papers
Records document the life and career of H. Joseph Gerber, inventor and president of Gerber Scientific, Inc. Gerber was known for his invention of the variable scale, GERBERcutter S-70, and other automated industrial devices. The records include personal records, correspondence, biographical sketches, photographs, publicity, journals and magazines, clippings, speeches, award information, and one audio recording.
Gerber Scientific Instrument Company Records
Gerber Scientific Instrument Company (Hartford, Conn.).
Records document the Gerber Scientific Instrument Company, Hartford, Connecticut, and its four subsidiaries: Gerber Garment Technology, Inc., Gerber Scientific Products, Inc., Gerber Systems Corp., and Gerber Optical, Inc. Gerber Scientific designs, develops, manufactures, markets and services computer aided design and computer aided CAD/CAM systems. The records include correspondence, memoranda, product literature, trade literature, patent records, instruction manuals, proposals, engineering records, photographs, technical reports, drawings, press releases, and newspaper clippings.
Oral history interview with Richard Tuttle
McElhinney, James Lancel, 1952-
59 Pages (Transcript)
An interview with Richard Tuttle conducted 2016 November 14 and 17, by James McElhinney, for the Archives of American Art, at Tuttle's home in New York, New York.
Oral history interview with Norma Minkowitz
Nanette L. Laitman Documentation Project for Craft and Decorative Arts in America
An interview of Norma Minkowitz conducted 2001 September 17 and 2001 November 16, by Patricia Malarcher, for the Archives of American Art's Nanette L. Laitman Documentation Project for Craft and Decorative Arts in America, in Minkowitz's home in Westport, Connecticut.