Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Found in 90 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Box 1
Overview A collection of broadsides, pamphlets and manuscripts that collectively provide a picture of life in England for both rich and poor during the long 19th century.
Dates: 1745 - 1890
Overview The collection consists of 4 manuscripts: a book of "receipts" for common ailments and common recipes; the manuscript has some pages inserted. A manuscript of questions and answers; the book is turned upside down to read the questions and the answers. It also has clippings pasted onto the flyleaf and the first pages. On the cover is stamped: B.M.E. Riddles &c. A letter and accompanying price listsent by William Pamplin, nursey and seedsman, to a client. And lastly, a group of 17 police...
Abstract The collection comprises materials related to von Hofe's tenure as a librarian at USC as well as manuscripts, research notes, articles, and correspondence. Most materials are related to Lion and Marta Feuchtwanger as well as other German-speaking exiles.
Dates: 1904 - 2000; Majority of material found within 1940 - 1990
Abstract The Watts Writers’ Workshop was founded in 1965 by Budd Schulberg. This collection contains clippings about the workshop and works by Jimmie Sherman, one of the Workshop’s members.
Dates: 1966 - 1993
Overview Four manuscript books in German, created by Hilde Wendland for Stefanie Henders-Grunewald in 1920. Wendland hand-copied text from known poetry and fairy tales and hand-colored accompanying illustrations to create these manuscripts. Also included are two memorial works regarding brothers, Jacob Plaut and Moritz Plaut, two German-Jewish bankers.
Dates: 1901 - 1922
Collection — Box 1
Overview This collection contains the papers of the author Leonard Wibberley (1915-1983). Wibberley wrote over 100 books over the course of his career. His papers include manuscripts, galleys, and typescripts for books written by him.
Dates: 1953 - 1983
Abstract The papers, book manuscripts, articles, notes, and audiotapes and video tapes of Dr. Joseph Wolpe, the important South African-born American psychiatrist who helped usher in behavior therapy. Wolpe is probably best known for urging his colleagues to view psychotherapy as an applied science in which the effectiveness of treatment is evaluated through controlled experiments.
Abstract Zhang Ailing (Chang Ailing, Eileen Chang) was a Chinese author whose well-known literary texts include The Rogue of the North, The Golden Cangue, and The Rice Sprout Song. Her works, considered to be among the best Chinese literature of the 1940s, examined the themes of marriage, family, love, and relationships in the social context of 1930s and 1940s Shanghai. Zhang’s writing depicted paradoxical human natures, powerlessness, and sorrowful truths in everyday life without the political subtext...