Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Found in 226 Collections and/or Records:
Overview The Selma Holo papers consists of publications, reports, photographs, and research notes created and collected by Selma Holo. Included are the original typescript of Dr. Holo's dissertation; typescripts of two of her publications, "Beyond the Prado" and "Managing Memory"; research files produced during trips to Mexico and Spain; research for the exhibition "Keepers of the Flame"; and various personal and ephemeral items. Selma Holo received her doctorate from the University of California, Santa...
Dates: 1937-2015; Majority of material found in 1980-2015
Overview Saidee Pettus Hoose was an American missionary who, along with her husband, worked and lived in China beginning in 1916. This small collection consists of correspondence, clippings, biographical materials and a few pieces of ephemera relating to the personal and professional life of Hoose, as well as to her husband Earl and son Harned.
Dates: 1923 - 2009; Majority of material found within 1930 - 1939
Overview The Harry Horner papers consist of correspondence, notebooks, sketchbooks, programs, clippings, scripts, and scrapbooks, 1924-2000, created and collected by director and production designer Harry Horner. The bulk of the collection consists of correspondence, both professional and personal. It also includes two of Horner's personal sketchbooks; clippings and related ephemera pertaining to Max Reinhardt; film scripts; and biographical statements written by Horner. Harry Horner was born in...
Abstract Legal documents, correspondence, clippings, photographs, audio and videocassettes and other material, 1977-1994, collected by Irvin Howard. In particular, the collection includes campaign materials from the Riverside Coalition Against Discrimination, a political action group formed to oppose a proposed 1991 ballot measure that would repeal the city's AIDS anti-discrimination ordinance.
Dates: 1977 - 1994; Majority of material found within 1989 - 1993
Abstract The Rockwell D. Hunt papers, 1898-1966, contain an assortment of files partially documenting the career of Hunt at the University of Southern California (1908-1945). During his tenure at USC, Hunt was a professor of economics, the first Dean of the College of Commerce and Business Administration, and the first Dean of the Graduate School.
Dates: 1898 - 1966
Overview David Hyun, son of Reverend Soon Hyun, was the first ever-Korean American architect and a self-described essayist. He is best known for his 1978 design of the Japanese Village Plaza in downtown Los Angeles, as part of a revitalization of Little Tokyo, and his dedication to documenting his father's work in the Korean Independence movement of 1919. His papers consist primarily of writings (by both himself and others), photographs, and architectural drawings and renderings. They also contain...
Dates: 1774 - 2005; Majority of material found within 1919 - 2003
Overview The city of Los Angeles became the epicenter of a public relations scandal on March 3, 1991, when an amateur cameraman captured on video four uniformed LAPD officers beating motorist Rodney G. King. In addition to generating public outrage, the incident cast a dark shadow over the LAPD and called into question the integrity of the nation's third largest municipal police force. Subsequently, the ten member Independent Commission on the Los Angeles Police Department was formed to conduct a full...
Abstract Papers of Dr. Leo Jacobsohn (1881-1944). The papers consist of the many collections of predominantly print ephemera that Jacobsohn gathered throughout the time he lived in Berlin. Dating mostly from 1914-1933, the collections include World War I materials (including ration cards, ration appeals, official paperwork, newspapers, and more) as well as materials from the inter-war Weimar period (especially political flyers and election materials). Overall, Jacobsohn's collections reflect...
Dates: 1813-1940; Majority of material found within 1914-1933
Collection — Box 1
Overview This collection consists mainly of personal documents regarding Martin Jaskulski, a German Jew, and provides a snapshot of the life of a German Jew before, during, and after World War II.. Much of the documentation relates to his work history and medical insurance. Jaskulski belonged to the Vereinigung der Verfolgten des Naziregimes (Association of Persecutees of the Nazi Regime). The collection includes VVN pins and membership information. Other documents include correspondence, postcards,...
Dates: 1932 - 1952
Collection — Box 1
Abstract This small scrapbook contains clippings, from December 1914 to March 1915, documenting the controversy over lack of regulation of "jitney" buses in Los Angeles. Many of the clippings come from the Los Angeles Times, the Express, the Tribune, and the Examiner, and are identified as such in pencil or ink annotations, along with dates (often without year). The remainder of the clippings are not identified as to source. The jitneys were private automobiles that operated as "buses" and competed...
Dates: 1914 December-1915 March