Diana Mara Henry Collection (20th Century Photographer)

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Recognized for her coverage of historic events and personalities, the photographer Diana Mara Henry took the first steps toward her career in 1967 when she became photo editor for the Harvard Crimson. After winning the Ferguson History Prize and graduating from Harvard with a degree in government in 1969, Henry returned to New York to work as a researcher with NBC News and as a general assignment reporter for the Staten Island Advance, but in 1971 she began to work as a freelance photographer. Among many projects, she covered the Democratic conventions of 1972 and 1976 and was selected as official photographer for both the National Commission on the Observance of International Women's Year and the First National Women's Conference in 1977, and while teaching at the International Center for Photography from 1974-1979, she developed the community workshop program and was a leader in a campaign to save the Alice Austin House. Her body of work ranges widely from the fashion scene in 1970s New York and personal assignments for the family of Malcolm Forbes and other socialites to political demonstrations, cultural events, and photoessays on one room schoolhouses in Vermont and everyday life in Brooklyn, France, Nepal, and Bali. Widely published and exhibited, her work is part of permanent collections at institutions including the Schlesinger Library, the Library of Congress, Smithsonian, and the National Archives.

The Henry collection is a rich evocation of four decades of political, social, and cultural change in America beginning in the late 1960s as seen through the life of one photojournalist. This diverse body of work is particularly rich in documenting the women's movement, second wave feminism, and the political scene in the 1970s. Henry left a remarkable record of women in politics, with dozens of images of Bella Abzug, Elizabeth Holtzman, Shirley Chisholm, Liz Carpenter, Betty Friedan, Jane Fonda, and Gloria Steinem. The collection includes images of politicians at all levels of government, celebrities, writers, and scholars, and coverage of important events including demonstrations by Vietnam Veterans Against the War, the Women's Pentagon Action, and marches for the ERA. The many hundreds of exhibition and working prints in the collection are accompanied by the complete body of Henry's photographic negatives and slides, along with an array of ephemera, correspondence, and other materials relating to her career. Copyright for Henry's images are retained by her until 2037.

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Background on Diana Mara Henry

Diana Mara Henry at the Harvard Crimson, 1967Photo by Charles Hagen

Diana Mara Henry at the Harvard Crimson, 1967
Photo by Charles Hagen

Diana Mara Henry is best known for her acclaimed photojournalism documenting social and political activism of the late 1960s to the mid 1980s, perhaps most notably the women's movement and the fight to end the Vietnam War. Over the years, many have recognized Henry's talent for capturing powerful images that have the potential to inspire, prompt reflection, and promote social change. Yet while undoubtedly one of her major achievements, Henry's political photography represents just part of her extensive résumé. In her decades-long photography career, Henry has employed her camera to document a variety of subjects beyond American political activism, has worked as a photography instructor, and has pursued professional ventures in foreign language and business as well as extensive scholarship of topics of repression and resistance in World War II. Recognizing the multilayered nature of Diana Mara Henry's professional life is critical to understanding the full extent of her career achievements.

Diana Mara Henry was born on June 20, 1948 in Cincinnati, Ohio, the only child of Carl and Edith (Entratter) Henry. Henry's parents were the founders and owners of the Lucky Stride Shoe Company, headquarted in Maysville, Kentucky, for which Edith Henry also served as designer. Henry spent the first years of her life in Cincinnati, where she attended the College Preparatory School for Girls from 1953 to 1959. Henry's early life also had a substantial international influence; as a child she traveled to Europe with her parents on multiple occasions and, under the tutelage of her governess, learned to speak fluent French.

In 1959, when Diana was eleven, the Henrys moved from Cincinnati to Manhattan. Here, she became a student at the Lycée Français de New York where she majored in Classics (Greek and Latin). A year before graduating from the Lycée in 1965, Henry went on to Radcliffe College where she earned an A.B. in Government with a minor in History in 1969. While a college student, Henry began to avidly pursue photojournalism, serving as photo-editor of the Harvard Crimson from her sophomore through her senior years, and as a photographer for the Fogg Museum at Harvard, the Harvard Alumni Bulletin and Harvard Today. Additionally, she captured publicity shots of the 1968 Eugene McCarthy campaign for The Cambridge Chronicle and completed photography assignments for Time and Newsweek. During her college years, Henry also distinguished herself beyond the world of photography; for one of her classes, Henry penned an essay entitled "The Concept of Time and History," which earned Harvard's prestigious Ferguson History Prize and was published in a 1967 issue of the periodical The Journal for the Study of Cycles. In the summer of 1968, prior to beginning her senior year at Radcliffe, Henry worked as a publicity assistant on location for the Hollywood film If It's Tuesday, This Must Be Belgium.

Following her graduation from Radcliffe in 1969, Henry returned to New York City to pursue her interest in journalism through work as a General Assignment Reporter for The Staten Island Advance, a metropolitan daily newspaper. Prior to her position at the Advance, she worked as a researcher for NBC under the direction of television producer Robert Northshield, where she contributed to the network documentary From Here to the Seventies.

Although Henry was employed at The Staten Island Advance for only about one year, from 1969 to 1970, one of her experiences as a reporter would have a lasting impact on her professional life. An assignment for the Advance took Henry to the Alice Austen House, a museum commemorating the life and work of E. Alice Austen, one of the foremost female photographers of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. An up-and-coming female photographer herself, Henry was inspired by the mission of the Alice Austen House and became the Vice President and Director of Programs for the museum in 1980. In her capacity as an administrator for the Alice Austen House, Henry played an instrumental role in a successful effort to lobby the New York City government for more than $1 million dollars to restore the museum's house and grounds.

It was at around the same time that she was working for the Advance that Henry also began to pursue a career in freelance photojournalism with a focus on news and documentary photography. In this capacity, Henry would go on to chronicle many iconic aspects of the 1970s sociopolitical landscape, including the presidential campaigns of George McGovern and Jimmy Carter and the activities of noted activists and politicians such as Shirley Chisholm, Gloria Steinem, Al Lowenstein, Elizabeth Holtzman, Jane Fonda, Liz Carpenter, and Bella Abzug. Henry also served as the official photographer for the President's Commission on International Women's Year and for the First National Women's Conference. In Houston in 1977, Henry captured a host of now-iconic images of second-wave feminism, including a photograph of Betty Friedan, Billie Jean King, Susan B. Anthony II, and Bella Abzug, Sylvia Ortiz, Peggy Kokernot and Michelle Cearcy bearing the torch that had been relayed from Seneca Falls for the opening of the conference.

Another notable aspect of Henry's political photography from this period was her work documenting the demonstrations of activist organizations such as the Women's Pentagon Action Committee, Women Office Workers/Nine-to-Five, pro-Equal Rights Amendment organizations, and Vietnam Veterans Against the War (VVAW). Henry's interest in veterans' issues led her to photograph the 1971 demonstrations on Boston Common and at the ITT Building on Park Avenue in 1973, and the 1981 hunger strike at the Wadsworth Veterans' Administration Hospital in Los Angeles, which sought to call attention to the inadequate treatment of Vietnam veterans suffering from the effects of Agent Orange. Henry's coverage of antiwar activism and veterans' experiences earned her the praise and admiration of Vietnam veteran and Born on the Fourth of July author Ron Kovic, who wrote to Henry: "I believe these photos will last and many years from now be looked at and studied just as Matthew Brady's haunting Civil War photos are today."

At the same time that she was utilizing her photojournalism to chronicle social and political issues, Henry was also using her camera to explore the worlds of cosmopolitan fashion and high society. In the 1970s, Henry photographed events such as Fashion Week in New York City and captured images of famous personalities including designer Diane Von Furstenberg, IBM heiress and bookseller Jeanette Watson Sanger, and writer/social commentator Fran Lebowitz. She also photographed high profile cat shows, including the Empire Cat Show in New York. Starting in the 1970s and continuing into the 1980s, Henry served as personal and family photographer for Malcolm Forbes, documenting family weddings and other special events for the famous Forbes magazine owner and completing photography assignments for organizations that Forbes actively supported, such as the Hayden Planetarium and the Victorian Society.

Despite the demands of her own photography career, Diana Henry still found time in the 1970s to pursue work as a photography instructor. From 1975 to 1979, she served on the faculty of the International Center of Photography in New York, where she also created and directed the Community Workshop program. From the mid-1970s to the early 1980s, she taught photography at the Convent of the Sacred Heart, a Catholic girls school in Manhattan. Henry's work as an educator even extended beyond photography; from 1973-1974 she was an English instructor at her alma mater, the Lycée Français de New York.

In the early 1980s Diana Henry purchased a home in Kingston, New York and began to divide her time between this upstate residence and Manhattan. Henry was able to pursue her interest in permaculture and environmental conservation in Kingston, where she became a serious gardener and resided in a house set on 100 acres of forest. During this time, her professional activities were also notably divided between the city and the country. On the one hand, Henry pursued an MA degree in Arts Administration at New York University from 1984 to 1986, continued her work as Vice President and Program Director for the Alice Austen House, and completed photography assignments for New York City hospitals such as Mount Sinai and Memorial Sloan Kettering. On the other hand, Henry pursued an extensive photography and oral history-based project in upstate New York spotlighting one room schoolhouses of Ulster County. Drawing on interviews with schoolhouse alumni and former teachers, her own photographs of buildings that had once served as schoolhouses, and older images of schoolhouses in operation, Henry developed an exhibit funded through a New York State Council on the Arts grant. She displayed her exhibit at the Catskill Center for Photography, the Women's Studio Workshop, and the Erpf Catskill Cultural Center in 1986. (Another Henry exhibit, focusing on one room schoolhouses of Vermont, was originally displayed at the Brattleboro Museum in Brattleboro, Vermont in 1980 and subsequently at American International College in 2006 and the Vermont Folklife Center and Vermont History Museum in 2014). Beyond her schoolhouse exhibit, Henry pursued several other professional endeavors in Ulster County in the 1980s; she worked as a journalist for The Daily Freeman, a Kingston-based newspaper, served as an artist-in-residence at the Valhalla, New York public schools and for Reading to Learn Through the Arts in Manhattan, sponsored by a grant from the NY Foundation for the Arts, and, in cooperation with Marist College, taught English at the Otisville Federal Penitentiary in Otisville, New York.

It was while she was dividing her personal and professional time between New York City and upstate New York that Diana Henry met Noel Oard Mapstead, an artist originally from Carmel, California. Henry and Mapstead married in 1986 and had a daugher, Barbara Edith, a year later. When Barbara Mapstead was an infant, the young family moved from New York to California, initially to Benton Hot Springs and shortly thereafter to Noel Mapstead's hometown of Carmel. While raising her daughter on the West Coast, Henry pursued a wide range of professional endeavors. She taught photography at the Santa Catalina School (a Catholic boarding and day school in Monterey) and in the Carmel and Monterery Peninsula School districts. She also founded the photography program at the Carmel Adult School, served as a photo-coordinator for the Brooks Cole college textbook publishing company, and employed her fluency in French as a professor at the Defense Language Institute in Monterey and at the Monterey Institute of International Studies. Additionally, Henry continued to develop her own photography exhibits such as "Libel," first displayed at the Pacific Grove Arts Center in 1988. "Libel," which featured a variety of images of men, women, and children accompanied by incongrous and libelous captions, offered a powerful social statement by challenging the notion that photographs and the text that accompanies them always reflect reality.

Before her family's move to California, Henry had also begun to pursue a research project which would inspire her interest for years to come. In the mid-1980s, she started to investigate the Natzweiler-Struthof concentration camp (KLNa) in France. In 1990, Henry presented a text and photography-based exhibit about Natzweiler-Struthof and Eugène Marlot's experiences at the Carl Cherry Center for the Arts in Carmel.

After 1994 she met the man and edited the memoirs of the life and the war experiences of André Scheinmann, a German Jewish man who provided Nazi secrets to the British during World War II and was sent to the Natzweiler-Struthof concentration camp when the Nazis discovered his work as a spy. Ultimately, André survived Natzweiler-Struthof, as well as the Dachau concentration camp, and moved to the United States following the Allied liberation of Europe. Diana Henry first traveled to the site of the Natzweiler-Struthof camp, located in the Vosage Mountains of eastern France, in 1985 while on a visit to the hometown of her paternal grandfather. In the years to follow, she made several more trips to the area to capture images of the former Nazi labor and extermination camp, a camp known to have specifically targeted political prisoners like André Scheinmann.

Over the years, Henry remained passionate about sharing André Scheinmann's remarkable story, as well as those of other Natzweiler-Struthof survivors; she authored the article "Call Me André: Memoirs of a Jewish Spy in the Resistance", which was published in the Journal of Ecumenical Studies in 2011, translated The Hell of Alsace, an account penned by French resistance member Eugène Marlot, and currently maintains a Natzweiler-Struthof weblog which contains materials culled from a quarter century of her research, her interviews with survivors, her photography, and her French-to-English translations. Since 2012, Henry has also operated Natzweiler Press, which publishes translations of memoirs, bibliographies, anthologies, and other print materials produced by camp survivors. Scheinmann's memoir, entitled Call Me André: Freedom Fighter and Spy for the Ressistance is set for release at the end of 2014.

While Henry's professional life in California was extremely productive, in 1993 Diana Henry and Noel Mapstead divorced. However, Henry continued to live in California until the late 1990s, when she moved first to Massachusetts and then to with her daughter Barbara. Shortly after relocating to the East Coast, Henry began to pursue an MA in French Language and Literature Translation at Brandeis University, a degree which provided her with the credentials she felt she needed to publish her investigation of the Natzweiler-Struthof concentration camp in greater depth. After earning her degree in 2000, Henry eventually moved to Springfield, Massachusetts with her daughter and purchased a Victorian home which she converted into the Lathrop House Bed and Breakfast. Henry operated the Bed and Breakfast for several years in the 2000s while also working as a professor of French at Trinity, Westfield State, American International, and Springfield Technical Community Colleges. In 2012, Henry moved from Springfield to Newport, Vermont where she now resides.

In addition to her continuing work related to Natzweiler-Struthof, Henry has been engaged in a wide range of professional endeavors in recent years related to historical and sociopolitical issues. In the mid-2000s, Henry spearheaded a campaign for a United States postage stamp honoring the women's movement, an endeavor that has won the support of members of Congress and of second-wave feminist icons such as Gloria Steinem. She also played an instrumental role in planning the commemoration of the thirty-fifth anniversary of the First National Women's Conference, an event held in Manhattan in November of 2012. In the last few years, Henry has spoken about feminism and women's issues at events such as the Women Change America Conference at Smith College, the Arthur and Elizabeth Schlesinger Library Summer Seminar on Gender History, the Organization of American Historians' Centennial Conference, and on Feminism and Photography at Amherst College. Another current endeavor for Henry is "Front Seat to War," a web-based project exploring the experiences of her father, Carl Henry, in the European theater during World War II. Carl Henry served in the U.S. Army and was stationed in Europe from July 1944 to September 1945, where he participated in the Battle of the Bulge as well as the liberation of the Ohrdruf concentration camp. He penned letters home to his wife Edith nearly every day of the fifteen months he was overseas. Henry has been utilizing "Front Seat to War," to post digital copies of her parents' correspondence, along with newspaper articles, photographs, and other documents and images that provide a compelling window onto her father's war experience.

Without question, Diana Mara Henry's photojournalism has left an indelible mark on history. Her images have been featured in numerous periodicals and newspapers over the last several decades, including Time, The Village Voice, Viva, Reliable Source, Civil Rights Digest, New York, People, Women's Wear Daily, Palm Beach Life, Popular Photography, More, Boston, Southern Exposure, Women Artists' Newsletter and the American Society for Picture Professionals Newsletter. Additionally, her work has appeared in many books including The Spirit of Houston (the official report on the First National Women's Conference in Houston), Betty Friedan and the Making of The Feminine Mystique, The World Split Open, Red Femimism, and Through Women's Eyes. The 2012 book Women on the Move explores second-wave feminism specifically through the lens of Diana Henry's photographs. The venues that have showcased her images are also numerous and include the Women's Museum, the Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America, the Smithsonian, the National Archives, the Library of Congress, the Women's Hall of Fame, and even the 1989 Broadway play The Heidi Chronicles. Because of her achievements as a photojournalist, Henry's name has been listed in The Photography Collector's Guide and Who's Who of Women in America. Even while Henry is well-known and celebrated for her political photography, her achievements as a photography instructor, photographer of subjects beyond sociopolitical movements, and her work in other professional fields are equally noteworthy and significant achievements.

Contents of Collection

The Diana Mara Henry Papers encompass a wide range of materials related to both Henry's professional work and her personal life and interests. A significant portion of the items in the collection specifically address Henry's career achievements, including her work as a photojournalist and photography instructor as well as her professional endeavors as a foreign language instructor and business proprietor. Of these, the most important are the thousands of photographs, slides, and negatives that she took throughout her long career as a photographer. Other items include newspaper and magazine articles and a wide range of other print materials, including Henry's correspondence with professional acquaintances. In addition to her professional correspondence, the collection contains a substantial amount of correspondence between Henry and her family and friends.

Another important aspect of the Henry Papers is print material (newspaper and magazine articles, books, pamphlets, brochures, etc.) related to photography beyond Diana Henry's own professional work, as well as print materials addressing social and political issues of interest to Diana Henry personally and/or professionally, from the anti-Vietnam War movement and second-wave feminism to national electoral politics and environmental conservation. Other elements of the collection relate to Diana Henry's family background and personal life (including family photographs from both her childhood and adulthood and documents pertaining to her family genealogy), her intellectual and scholastic background (yearbooks, school assignments, etc.), and to her interest in both the spiritual and the political aspects of her Jewish faith. Finally, the Diana Mara Henry Papers contain a wide range of miscellaneous ephemera, including a diverse array of print items, physical objects and audio and visual materials.

Series descriptions

This series consists of materials relating to Diana Mara Henry's family background and childhood, her school years from elementary school through college, and her own personal life as an adult. Printed materials discussing Henry's family heritage and genealogy are included as are documents such as marriage and birth certificates and obituaries for several of Diana Henry's relatives. The series contains a number of Henry's address and appointment books; materials relating to the operation of her bed and breakfast, Lathrop House; and financial records.

On the scholastic side, there are materials from Henry's time at the College Preparatory School for Girls in Cincinatti, the Lycée Français de New York, Harvard University/Radcliffe College, New York University, and Brandeis University. Theses include school assignments, essays, hand-written notebooks and syllabi from several levels of Henry's education that help to shed light on her intellectual and professional development.

Another signficant group of materials are publications pertaining to the spiritual, philosophical, and traditional aspects of Judaism, and to contemporary political issues related to the role of Israel in the world. These include newspaper and magazine articles, books, booklets, pamphlets, newsletters, and other documents addressing political issues and discussing underlying principles of the Judaic faith. These materials illuminate Diana Henry's interest in both timeless Judaic ideas as well as timely political debates.

Consists of professional and personal correspondence ranging from 1945 to 2012. The earliest materials in the series, dated from before Diana Henry's birth, are from members of her family. However, the vast majority of the items here are either addressed to Diana Henry or are copies of letters which Henry sent to business contacts, family, and friends. The series contains a roughly equal portion of professional and personal correspondence. Professional correspondence includes letters from some of Diana Henry's employers, including Malcolm and Christopher Forbes, for whom she photographed a variety of special events. Much of the personal correspondence is in the form of holiday and birthday greeting cards, but handwritten letters and postcards are also numerous; there are cards and letters from Henry's parents and other relatives, as well as from friends and acquaintances. All decades from the 1960s through the 2000s are well-represnted in this series; however, there is a particularly substantial quantity of both personal and professional correspondence from the 1970s and 1980s.

The bulk of the correpondence is arranged chronologically including letters concerning Henry's photographic business, which is how these letters were originally filed. In addition to a chronological grouping of letters, Henry also organized letters received from certain individuals by correspondent and this arrangement has been both preserved and, when appropriate, expanded to include the correspondence of friends and family with whom she wrote to frequently. The largest and most significant grouping of letters in this category are those to and from her parents, Edith and Carl Henry.

This series contains materials related to all aspects of Diana Henry's professional life, from the publication of her first written work in a periodical in 1967 and her experience as a publicity assistant on the 1968 film If It's Tuesday, This Must Be Belgium to her work as a teacher. The majority of the materials relate to Henry's work as a freelance photographer and a journalist; there are copies of articles Henry penned for publications such as The Staten Island Advance, Food Monitor, and Southern Exposure covering the opening of Epcot Center in Florida and her indictment of the Kraft pavilion there and others as well as documents relating to Diana Henry's achievements as a photographer of social movements and political activism of the late 1960s through the early 1980s (i.e. her work as official photographer for the National Commission on the Observance of International Women's Year and the First National Women's Conference, her work photographing the McGovern and Carter presidential campaigns, her photographs of anti-Vietnam War demonstrations, etc.).

Other key components of the series include Henry's work in arts administration (including her efforts on behalf of the Alice Austen House on Staten Island), her photographic and text-based exhibits of one room schoolhouses in Vermont and Ulster County, New York, and her leadership of a campaign in the 2000s for a U.S. postage stamp commemorating the second-wave women's movement. This series also contains a substantial amount of material documenting Diana Henry's work as an instructor of both photography and French language in a variety of venues, including elementary and secondary schools.

The collection includes a signficant number of family and personal photogtaphs and photgraph albums. The time period covered is vast: images include those of her parents both as children and adults, friends and family members, Diana Henry throughout every phase of her life, and photographs of her daughter, Barbara Mapstead.

These photographs represent the bulk of Henry's professional work. Images include Heny's coverage of political events, presidential campaigns, congressional and mayoral campaigns, women in politics, the women's movement, second wave feminism, demonstrations by Vietnam Veterans Against the War, the Women's Pentagon Action, and marches for the ERA, and the First National Women's Conference. Other photographs capture scenes of New York City, the Bicentennial, Fashion Week, cat shows, Hayden Planetarium, Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo, Mount Sinai Hospital, Lycée Français de New York, Alice Austen House, and weddings. Indvidials featured in the photographs include: Bella Abzug, Elizabeth Holtzman, Shirley Chisholm, Liz Carpenter, Betty Friedan, Jane Fonda, Gloria Steinem, the Forbes family, George McGovern, Jeannette Watson, Ronald Reagan, Jimmy Carter, Allard Lowenstein, and Sargent Shriver.

Images included as negatives cover the same range of topics as those featured in the photographs series, however, the coverage is much broader because many of the images have never been printed or published.

Collection inventory
Series 1. Personal
1934-2012
Address book
1959
Box 1: 1
Address book
1983
Box 7: 2
Address book
1983, undated
Box 7: 3
Address book
undated
Box 1: 2
Address book
1968-1969
Box 7: 1
Address book
undatd
Box 1: 3
Address book
undated
Box 1: 4
Address book
undated
Box 1: 5
Address book
undated
Box 1: 6
Address book
undated
Box 1: 7
Address lists
ca. 1989-2003
Box 7: 4
Appointment book
1963
Box 1: 8
Appointment book
1964
Box 1: 9
Appointment book
1965
Box 1: 10
Appointment book
1966
Box 1: 11
Appointment book
1967
Box 1: 12
Appointment book
1968
Box 1: 13
Appointment book
1969
Box 1: 14
Appointment book
1970
Box 1: 15
Appointment book
1971
Box 1: 16
Appointment book
1973
Box 1: 17
Appointment book
1974
Box 1: 18
Appointment book
1975
Box 1: 19
Appointment book
1976
Box 1: 20
Appointment book
1976
Box 1: 21
Appointment book
1977
Box 1: 22
Appointment book
1977
Box 7: 5
Appointment book
1978
Box 1: 23
Appointment book
1979
Box 2: 1
Appointment book
1980
Box 2: 2
Appointment book
1981
Box 2: 3
Appointment book
1977
Box 7: 6
Appointment book
1983
Box 7: 7
Appointment book
1984
Box 2: 4
Appointment book
1985
Box 2: 5
Appointment book
1987
Box 2: 6
Appointment book
1988
Box 2: 7
Appointment book
1990
Box 7: 8
Appointment book
1991
Box 2: 8
Appointment book
1991-1992
Box 2: 9
Appointment book
1993
Box 2: 10
Appointment book
1997
Box 2: 11
Appointment book
1998
Box 2: 12
Appointment book
1999
Box 2: 13
Appointment book
2000
Box 2: 14
Appointment book
2001
Box 2: 15
Appointment book
2002
Box 2: 16
Appointment book
2003
Box 3: 1
Appointment book
2004
Box 3: 2
Appointment book
2005
Box 3: 3
Appointment book
undated
Box 3: 4
Appointment book: bed and breakfast
2007
Box 3: 5
Astrological charts
1968-1971
Box 3: 6
Astrological charts
1968-1971
Box 3: 7
Bed and Breakfast: Lathrop House (Springfield, Mass.)
2001-2011
Box 7: 9
Bed and Breakfast: Lathrop House (Springfield, Mass.)
2001-2010
Box 7: 10
Bed and Breakfast: Lathrop House (Springfield, Mass.)
2003
Box 7: 11
Bed and Breakfast: Lathrop House (Springfield, Mass.)
2003
Box 7: 12
Bed and Breakfast: Lathrop House (Springfield, Mass.)
2003
Box 7: 13
Bed and Breakfast: Lathrop House (Springfield, Mass.)
2003-2005
Box 7: 14
Bed and Breakfast: Lathrop House (Springfield, Mass.)
Box 7: 15
Bed and Breakfast: Lathrop House (Springfield, Mass.)
2003-2005
Box 7: 16
Bed and Breakfast: Lathrop House (Springfield, Mass.)
2004-2012
Box 7: 17
Bed and Breakfast: Lathrop House (Springfield, Mass.)
2004-2012
Box 7: 18
Bed and Breakfast: Lathrop House (Springfield, Mass.)
2005
Box 7: 19
Bed and Breakfast: Lathrop House (Springfield, Mass.)
2005-2006
Box 7: 20
Bed and Breakfast: Lathrop House (Springfield, Mass.)
2005-2007
Box 7: 21
Bed and Breakfast: Lathrop House (Springfield, Mass.)
2005-2011
Box 7: 22
Bed and Breakfast: Lathrop House (Springfield, Mass.)
2006-2011
Box 7: 23
Bed and Breakfast: Lathrop House (Springfield, Mass.)
2009
Box 7: 24
Bed and Breakfast: Lathrop House (Springfield, Mass.)
2009
Box 7: 25
Bed and Breakfast: Lathrop House (Springfield, Mass.)
2009
Box 7: 26
Bed and Breakfast: Lathrop House (Springfield, Mass.)
2009
Box 7: 27
Bed and Breakfast: Lathrop House (Springfield, Mass.)
2009-2012
Box 7: 28
Bed and Breakfast: Lathrop House (Springfield, Mass.)
2010
Box 7: 29
Bed and Breakfast: Lathrop House (Springfield, Mass.)
2010
Box 7: 30
Bed and Breakfast: Lathrop House (Springfield, Mass.)
2010-2011
Box 7: 31
Bed and Breakfast: Lathrop House (Springfield, Mass.)
2011
Box 7: 32
Bed and Breakfast: Lathrop House (Springfield, Mass.), guest book
2002-2007
Box 7: 33
Bed and Breakfast: Lathrop House (Springfield, Mass.), guest book
2007-2008
Box 7: 34
Bed and Breakfast: Lathrop House (Springfield, Mass.), guest book
2008-2010
Box 7: 35
Bed and Breakfast: Lathrop House (Springfield, Mass.), guest book
2011
Box 8: 1
Bed and Breakfast: Lathrop House (Springfield, Mass.), guests
2004-2007
Box 8: 2
Bed and Breakfast: Lathrop House (Springfield, Mass.), publicity and photographs
2004-2009
Box 8: 3
Biographical sketches
1979-2004
Box 8: 4
Boston Globe: article with photo by DMH
1968
Box 8: 5
Business cards
undated
Box 3: 8
Business cards, postcards, brochures
1980-2005
Box 8: 6
Calendar
1966
Box 8: 7
Calendars
1992
Box 3: 9
Calendars
1993
Box 3: 10
Calendars
1998
Box 3: 11
Calendars
2000
Box 3: 12
Calendars
2002
Box 3: 13
Carte d'Identité, Préfecture de Police (République Français): Levy, Oscar Lucien
1940
Box 3: 14
Certificate: Trees for Israel
undated
Box 3: 15
College Preparatory School for Girls: grades
1953-1958
Box 8: 8
College Preparatory School for Girls: notebook
ca. 1956
Box 3: 16
College Preparatory School for Girls: notebook
1957
Box 3: 17
College Preparatory School for Girls: notebook
1958
Box 3: 18
College Preparatory School for Girls: notebook
1958-1959
Box 3: 19
College Preparatory School for Girls: notebook, French
1956
Box 3: 20
College Preparatory School for Girls: school work
1956-1959
Box 8: 9
College Preparatory School for Girls: school work
1958
Box 3: 21
College Preparatory School for Girls: yearbook
1954
Box 3: 22
College Preparatory School for Girls: yearbook
1956
Box 3: 23
College Preparatory School for Girls: yearbook
1957
Box 3: 24
College Preparatory School for Girls: yearbook
1958
Box 3: 25
Congregation Emanu-El of the City of New York
1959-1963
Box 8: 10
Congregation Kodimoh
2002-2005
Box 8: 11
Contact information and addresses
ca. 1980, 1998
Box 8: 12
Contacts: California
1988-1998
Box 8: 13
Contacts: phone list
1977
Box 8: 14
Diary
1963
Box 8: 15
Drawings
ca. 1956
Box 8: 16
Drawings
1960
Box 3: 26
Drawings
1985
Box 3: 27
Exhibit labels and signs
undated
Box 3: 28
Finances
1968-1969
Box 8: 17
Finances
1970-1973
Box 8: 18
Finances
1974
Box 8: 19
Finances
1975
Box 8: 20
Finances
1975
Box 8: 21
Finances
1976
Box 8: 22
Finances
1977
Box 8: 23
Finances
1977
Box 8: 24
Finances
1977
Box 8: 25
Finances
1978
Box 8: 26
Finances
1978
Box 8: 27
Finances
1978
Box 8: 28
Finances
1978
Box 8: 29
Finances
1979
Box 8: 30
Finances
1978
Box 8: 31
Finances
1979
Box 9: 1
Finances
1979
Box 9: 2
Finances
1979
Box 9: 3
Finances
1979-1981
Box 9: 4
Finances
1981
Box 9: 5
Finances
1982
Box 9: 6
Finances
1982
Box 9: 7
Finances
1984
Box 9: 8
Finances
1985
Box 9: 9
Finances
1986
Box 9: 10
Finances
1987
Box 9: 11
Finances
1988
Box 9: 12
Finances
1989
Box 9: 13
Finances
1990
Box 9: 14
Finances
1991, 1994
Box 9: 15
Finances
1995
Box 9: 16
Finances
1996-1997
Box 9: 17
Finances
1998-1999
Box 9: 18
Finances
2000
Box 9: 19
Finances
2001-2003
Box 9: 20
Foxie L. Clydesdale: certificate of pedigree
1951
Box 9: 21
Foxie L. Clydesdale: postcard
1959
Box 9: 22
Genealogical materials
1985-1995
Box 3: 29
Germain School of Photography: certificate of graduation
1975
Box 9: 23
Guest book: Polaroid photographs
1978
Box 9: 24
Harvard Crimson: stationery
ca. 1967
Box 3: 30
Harvard-Radcliffe 25th reunion
1995
Box 9: 25
Harvard Univeristy: 40th reunion, "Photography as Political Art"
2009
Box 9: 26
Harvard Univeristy: background articles
1969-2012
Box 9: 27
Harvard Univeristy: Barbara Baby
1969, 2013
Box 9: 28
Harvard University: course catalog
1965-1966
Box 4: 1
Harvard Univeristy: course work
1965-1966
Box 4: 2
Harvard University: course work
1966-1967
Box 4: 3
Harvard Univeristy: course work
1966-1969
Box 9: 29
Harvard University: course work
1967-1968
Box 4: 4
Harvard University: course work
1967-1968
Box 4: 5
Harvard University: course work
1967-1968
Box 4: 6
Harvard University: course work
1968-1969
Box 4: 7
Harvard University: course work, comparative literature 166
ca. 1966
Box 4: 8
Harvard University: course work, English 151
ca. 1966
Box 4: 9
Harvard Univeristy: course work, film studies
ca. 1968
Box 9: 30
Harvard University: course work, French 123
ca. 1966
Box 4: 10
Harvard University: course work, history 169
ca. 1966
Box 4: 11
Harvard University: course work, humanities 2
1965-1966
Box 4: 12
Harvard University: course work, Italian
1967
Box 4: 13
Harvard University: course work, natural sciences 6
1966-1967
Box 4: 14
Harvard Univeristy: course work, papers
1965-1966
Box 9: 31
Harvard Univeristy: course work, papers
1967
Box 9: 32
Harvard Univeristy: course work, papers
1968-1969
Box 9: 33
Harvard University: course work, social relations 155
1969
Box 4: 15
Harvard University: course work, social sciences 1
1966-1967
Box 4: 16
Harvard University: course work, social sciences 102
1968
Box 4: 17
Harvard Univeristy: financial documents and receipts
1967-1969
Box 9: 34
Harvard Univeristy: Leverett House Drama Society, program
ca. 1968
Box 9: 35
Harvard University: miscellaneous
ca. 1968
Box 4: 18
Harvard University: notebook
ca. 1967
Box 4: 19
Harvard University: notebook
ca. 1967
Box 4: 20
Harvard University: notebook
ca. 1967
Box 4: 21
Harvard University: notebook
ca. 1967
Box 4: 22
Harvard University: notebook, government 124
1967
Box 4: 23
Harvard University: notes
1966
Box 4: 24
Harvard Univeristy: proposal, television
1969
Box 9: 36
Harvard Univeristy: publications with photos by DMH
1967-1968
Box 9: 37
Harvard Univeristy: Rubin, Jerry, "There's No Stopping Us"
Box 9: 38

Article by DMH in Harvard Crimson.

Harvard University: Senior Spread program
1934
Box 4: 25
Harvard Univeristy: Students for a Democratic Society (SDS)
1968
Box 9: 39
Harvard University: yearbook
1966
Box 4: 26
Harvard University: yearbook
1967
Box 4: 27
Harvard University: yearbook
1968
Box 4: 28
Harvard University: yearbook
1969
Box 4: 29
Henry, Carl: letter from Cardozo, Michael H.
1987
Box 4: 30
Henry, Carl and Edith: article
1959
Box 4: 31
Henry, Edith: business card
undated
Box 4: 32
Henry, Edith: obituary
1984
Box 4: 33
Henry, Edith: proclamation (Maysville, Ky.)
1989
Box 4: 34
Henry, Diana Mara: Poem: "Beginnings"
1966
Box 9: 40
Henry, Diana Mara: "The Concept of Time and History," in Cycles
1967
Box 9: 41
Henry, Diana Mara: Writing samples
ca. 1975-2003
Box 9: 42
Henry, Diana Mara: Writings: poems and autobiographical letter
1971-1973
Box 9: 43
Income: projects
1979
Box 9: 44
International Psycho-Oncology Society
1984
Box 9: 45
Interview transcript
undated
Box 4: 35
Job search: cover letters
1994-2000
Box 9: 46
Jones, Thomas Lee: We Were There: Traveling Through the 20th Century in First Class
2005
Box 9: 47
Judaica: calendars
1999-2002
Box 25: 54
Judaica: educational material
1981
Box 25: 55
Judaica: educational material
1992
Box 25: 56
Judaica: educational material
1992
Box 25: 57
Judaica: educational material
1992
Box 25: 58
Judaica: lifetime membership certificate, AMIT
2001
Box 25: 59
Judaica: map, Eilat and Aqaba
undated
Box 25: 60
Judaica: music
undated
Box 25: 61
Judaica: newspaper clippings and articles
1948, 1960
Box 25: 62
Judaica: newspaper clippings and articles
1970s
Box 25: 63
Judaica: newspaper clippings and articles
1980s
Box 25: 64
Judaica: newspaper clippings and articles
1990s
Box 25: 65
Judaica: newspaper clippings and articles
2000s
Box 25: 66
Judaica: newspaper clippings and articles
undated
Box 25: 67
Judaica: newspaper clippings and articles
undated
Box 25: 68
Judaica: Pollard, Jonathan
ca. 1995
Box 25: 69
Judaica: printed material
various dates
Box 25: 70
Judaica: printed material
various dates
Box 25: 71
Judaica: publications
1986-2004
Box 25: 72
Judaica: publications
1995-1996
Box 25: 73
Judaica: readings and prayers
various dates
Box 25: 74
Judaica: readings and prayers
various dates
Box 25: 75
Judaica: readings and prayers
various dates
Box 25: 76
Kupferman, Theodore R.: Letter: internship
1968
Box 4: 36
Letterhead: Diana Mara Henry Photography
undated
Box 4: 37
Lycée Français de New York: Association des Ancience Eleves
1968
Box 5: 1
Lycée Français de New York: class photograph
ca. 1964
Box 5: 2
Lycée Français de New York: class photographs
ca. 1960
Box 9: 48
Lycée Français de New York: grades, letters of recommendation
1959-1965
Box 9: 49
Lycée Français de New York: medal, prix d'excellence
1962
Box 5: 3
Lycée Français de New York: miscellaneous
ca. 1959-1965
Box 9: 50
Lycée Français de New York: notebook
1959
Box 5: 4
Lycée Français de New York: notebook
1959-1960
Box 5: 5
Lycée Français de New York: notebook
1959-1960
Box 5: 6
Lycée Français de New York: notebook
1960-1961
Box 5: 7
Lycée Français de New York: notebook
ca. 1962
Box 5: 8
Lycée Français de New York: notebook
1963
Box 5: 9
Lycée Français de New York: notebook
1964
Box 5: 10
Lycée Français de New York: notebook
1964
Box 5: 11
Lycée Français de New York: notebook
undated
Box 5: 12
Lycée Français de New York: notebook
undated
Box 5: 13
Lycée Français de New York: notebook
undated
Box 5: 14
Lycée Français de New York: notebook
undated
Box 5: 15
Lycée Français de New York: notebook, French
1963
Box 5: 16
Lycée Français de New York: notebook, history
1965
Box 5: 17
Lycée Français de New York: notebook, Latin
1959
Box 5: 18
Lycée Français de New York: notebook, poetry and literature
ca. 1964
Box 5: 19
Lycée Français de New York: photographs
1962-1963
Box 9: 51

Featuring DMH and taken during these school years.

Lycée Français de New York: prizes
1962-1965
Box 9: 52
Lycée Français de New York: program, Le Club d'Art Dramatique
1962-1964
Box 10: 1
Lycée Français de New York: Program of Studies
ca. 1963
Box 10: 2
Lycée Français de New York: school work
1962-1964
Box 5: 20
Lycée Français de New York: school work
1962-1965
Box 10: 3
Lycée Français de New York: school work
1963
Box 5: 21
Lycée Français de New York: yearbook
1960
Box 5: 22
Lycée Français de New York: yearbook
1961
Box 5: 23
Lycée Français de New York: yearbook
1962
Box 5: 24
Lycée Français de New York: yearbook
1963
Box 5: 25
Lycée Français de New York: yearbook
1964
Box 5: 26
Lycée Français de New York: yearbook
1965
Box 5: 27
Malamud, Daniel I.: The Second-Chance Family: A New Medium for Self-Directed Personal Growth
undated
Box 5: 28
Marbletown (N.Y.): A Marbletown Album, 1777-1977
1977
Box 5: 29
Membership/identification cards
1976-2004
Box 5: 30
Messianic congregations
undated
Box 10: 4
New York: maps
undated
Box 5: 31
New York: travel brochures
1974-1981
Box 5: 32
Newsletters, family: holiday and travel
1994-2012
Box 10: 5
Newspaper clippings
1954-1991
Box 5: 33

Includes clipping from Henry Humphreys' "Aisle Say" about Diana's sixth birthday party.

Newspaper clippings
1967-1995
Box 5: 34
Newspaper clippings and articles
1960s-1970s
Box 10: 6
Newspaper clippings
1978-2000
Box 5: 35
Newspaper clippings and articles
1980s
Box 10: 7
Newspaper clippings and articles
1990s
Box 10: 8
Newspaper clippings and articles
2000s
Box 10: 9
Notebook: list of names, year end card mailing list
1973-1975
Box 10: 10
Notebook: New York Botanical Garden
undated
Box 10: 11
Notebook: New York Botanical Garden, Belaiche
undated
Box 10: 12
Notebook: Paris
undated
Box 5: 36
Notes and miscellaneous
undated
Box 5: 37
Notes and miscellaneous
undated
Box 5: 38
Notes and miscellaneous
undated
Box 5: 39
Notes: personal reflections
ca. 1970-2007
Box 10: 13

Includes summary of dreams, visit to psychic.

Passports
1972-1980
Box 6: 1
Phone message book
1976
Box 10: 14
Phone message book
1995
Box 6: 2
Phone message book
undated
Box 6: 3
Phone message book
undated
Box 6: 4
Phone message book
undated
Box 6: 5
Playbill: Rhinoceros (Adams House Drama Society)
1966
Box 6: 6
Playbills
1966-1989
Box 6: 7
Poems and writings
undated
Box 6: 8
Postcard: "Call Me Crazy," Sage Theatre
1999
Box 10: 15
Postcards
undated
Box 6: 9
Postcards
undated
Box 10: 16
Printed material
1966-1988
Box 6: 10
Program: Metropolitan Museum Concerts
1982
Box 10: 17
Radcliffe College
1965-1969
Box 10: 18
Radcliffe College: commencement program
1969
Box 6: 11
References
1991
Box 10: 19
Resumes and CVs
1970s-2000s
Box 10: 20
Resumes and CVs
1979-1980
Box 36: 12
Resumes and CVs
1984-1998
Box 10: 21
Resumes and CVs
1995-2000
Box 10: 22
Scorecard: Harvard baseball
1966
Box 6: 12
Temple Emanu-El: The Ark, Religious School
1962
Box 25: 77
Tickets: Société des Courses de Pompadour
1978
Box 6: 13
Travel brochures
undated
Box 10: 23
Travel: China
1976-1977
Box 10: 24
Travel: Haiti
1973-1974
Box 10: 25
Travel: Israel
1959-1960
Box 10: 26
Travel: Israel
2003
Box 10: 27
Travel: Naples
1958
Box 10: 28
Travel: trip around the world
1974
Box 10: 29
Travel: trip around the world
1974
Box 10: 30
Travel: trip around the world
1974
Box 10: 31
Website: research, set up
1994-1995
Box 10: 32
Wedding: Henry-Mapstead
1986
Box 6: 14
Zonta Club of Springfield
2006
Box 10: 33
Series 2. Correspondence
1945-2014
Correspondence
1945
Box 10: 34
Correspondence
1954-1958
Box 10: 35
Correspondence
1960-1961
Box 10: 36
Correspondence
1962
Box 10: 37
Correspondence
1962-1963
Box 10: 38
Correspondence
1963-1964
Box 10: 39
Correspondence
1965
Box 10: 40
Correspondence
1965-1966
Box 10: 41
Correspondence
1965-1966
Box 10: 42
Correspondence
1966
Box 10: 43
Correspondence
1966
Box 10: 44
Correspondence
1966
Box 10: 45
Correspondence
1966
Box 10: 46
Correspondence
1967
Box 10: 47
Correspondence
1968-1969
Box 10: 48
Correspondence
1969
Box 10: 49
Correspondence
1970-1971
Box 10: 50
Correspondence
1972
Box 10: 51
Correspondence
1973
Box 10: 52
Correspondence
1974
Box 10: 53
Correspondence
1975
Box 10: 54
Correspondence
1976
Box 10: 55
Correspondence
1977
Box 10: 56
Correspondence
1977
Box 11: 1
Correspondence
1978
Box 11: 2
Correspondence
1978
Box 11: 3
Correspondence
1978
Box 11: 4
Correspondence
1978
Box 11: 5
Correspondence
1979
Box 11: 6
Correspondence
1979
Box 11: 7
Correspondence
1980
Box 11: 8
Correspondence
1980
Box 11: 9
Correspondence
1980
Box 11: 10
Correspondence
1981
Box 11: 11
Correspondence
1981
Box 11: 12
Correspondence
1981
Box 11: 13
Correspondence
1982
Box 11: 14
Correspondence
1982
Box 11: 15
Correspondence
1983
Box 11: 16
Correspondence
1983
Box 11: 17
Correspondence
1983
Box 11: 18
Correspondence
1984
Box 11: 19
Correspondence
1984
Box 11: 20
Correspondence
1984
Box 11: 21
Correspondence
1984
Box 11: 22
Correspondence
1985
Box 11: 23
Correspondence
1986
Box 11: 24
Correspondence
1986
Box 11: 25
Correspondence
1987
Box 11: 26
Correspondence
1987
Box 11: 27
Correspondence
1988
Box 11: 28
Correspondence
1988
Box 11: 29
Correspondence
1989
Box 11: 30
Correspondence
1989
Box 11: 31
Correspondence
1990
Box 11: 32
Correspondence
1991
Box 11: 33
Correspondence
1992
Box 11: 34
Correspondence
1993
Box 11: 35
Correspondence
1994
Box 11: 36
Correspondence
1995
Box 11: 37
Correspondence
1996
Box 11: 38
Correspondence
1997
Box 11: 39
Correspondence
1998
Box 11: 40
Correspondence
1999
Box 11: 41
Correspondence
2000
Box 11: 42
Correspondence
2001
Box 11: 43
Correspondence
2002
Box 11: 44
Correspondence
2003
Box 11: 45
Correspondence
2004-2005
Box 11: 46
Correspondence
2006-2007
Box 11: 47
Correspondence
2008
Box 11: 48
Correspondence
2009
Box 11: 49
Correspondence
2011-2012
Box 11: 50
Correspondence
2013-2014
Box 11: 51
Correspondence
undated
Box 12: 1
Correspondence
undated
Box 12: 2
Correspondence
undated
Box 12: 3
Correspondence
undated
Box 12: 4
Correspondence
undated
Box 12: 5
Correspondence
undated
Box 12: 6
Correspondence
undated
Box 12: 7
Correspondence
undated
Box 12: 8
Correspondence
undated
Box 12: 9
Correspondence: bills
1977
Box 12: 10
Correspondence: bills
1981
Box 12: 11
Correspondence: bills
1983
Box 12: 12
Correspondence: bills
1985
Box 12: 13
Correspondence: bills
1985
Box 12: 14
Correspondence: bills, paid
1978
Box 12: 15
Correspondence: bills, paid
1980
Box 12: 16
Correspondence: bills, paid
1981
Box 12: 17
Correspondence: bills, paid
1982
Box 12: 18
Correspondence: bills, paid
1982
Box 12: 19
Correspondence: bills, paid
1986
Box 12: 20
Correspondence: bills, paid
1986
Box 12: 21
Correspondence: bills, receipts
1976
Box 12: 22
Correspondence: bills, unpaid
1976-1977
Box 12: 23
Correspondence: bills, unpaid
1980
Box 12: 24
Correspondence: Bratesman, Stuart
1976
Box 12: 25
Correspondence: Brooks, Donna Whitney
1968, 1978
Box 12: 26
Correspondence: Burstein, Karen
1988, 1994
Box 12: 27
Correspondence: Caillat, Monique Augusté
1965-1972
Box 12: 28
Correspondence: cards
undated
Box 12: 29
Correspondence: cards
undated
Box 12: 30
Correspondence: cards
undated
Box 12: 31
Correspondence: cards
undated
Box 12: 32
Correspondence: cards
undated
Box 12: 33
Correspondence: cards
undated
Box 12: 34
Correspondence: cards
undated
Box 12: 35
Correspondence
undated
Box 12: 36
Correspondence
undated
Box 12: 37
Correspondence:cards
undated
Box 13: 1
Correspondence: Cincinnati contacts
1956-1960
Box 13: 2
Correspondence: Coakley, Douglas
1968
Box 13: 3

Concerning possible summer job as photographer.

Correspondence: delivery memos
1978
Box 13: 4
Correspondence: delivery memos
1980
Box 13: 5
Correspondence: delivery memos
1980-1981
Box 13: 6
Correspondence: delivery memos
1980-1981
Box 13: 7
Correspondence: delivery memos
1983
Box 13: 8
Correspondence: Drooker, David
1960-1967
Box 13: 9
Correspondence: Drooker, Nancy
1960-1967
Box 13: 10
Correspondence: Durbano, Agathe
1961-1982
Box 13: 11
Correspondence: Engler, Lee
1969-1976
Box 13: 12
Correspondence: Funt, Evelyn
1982-1989
Box 13: 13
Correspondence: Hagen, Charles
1969-1988
Box 13: 14
Correspondence: Hank, Levy
undated
Box 13: 15
Correspondence: Harvard classmates
undated
Box 13: 16
Correspondence: Harvard classmates, Crimson
1967-1988, 2009
Box 13: 17
Correspondence: Henry, Carl
1992
Box 13: 18
Correspondence: Henry, Carl and Edith
1952-1953
Box 13: 19
Correspondence: Henry, Carl and Edith
1954
Box 13: 20
Correspondence: Henry, Carl and Edith
1955
Box 13: 21
Correspondence: Henry, Carl and Edith
1956-1957
Box 13: 22
Correspondence: Henry, Carl and Edith
1958-1959
Box 13: 23
Correspondence: Henry, Carl and Edith
1960
Box 13: 24
Correspondence: Henry, Carl and Edith
1962
Box 13: 25
Correspondence: Henry, Carl and Edith
1962
Box 13: 26
Correspondence: Henry, Carl and Edith
1962
Box 13: 27
Correspondence: Henry, Carl and Edith
1963
Box 13: 28
Correspondence: Henry, Carl and Edith
1964
Box 13: 29
Correspondence: Henry, Carl and Edith
1965
Box 13: 30
Correspondence: Henry, Carl and Edith
1965
Box 13: 31
Correspondence: Henry, Carl and Edith
1965
Box 13: 32
Correspondence: Henry, Carl and Edith
1965
Box 13: 33
Correspondence: Henry, Carl and Edith
1965
Box 13: 34
Correspondence: Henry, Carl and Edith
1965
Box 13: 35
Correspondence: Henry, Carl and Edith
1966
Box 13: 36
Correspondence: Henry, Carl and Edith
1966
Box 13: 37
Correspondence: Henry, Carl and Edith
1966
Box 13: 38
Correspondence: Henry, Carl and Edith
1966
Box 13: 39
Correspondence: Henry, Carl and Edith
1966
Box 13: 40
Correspondence: Henry, Carl and Edith
1966
Box 13: 41
Correspondence: Henry, Carl and Edith
1966
Box 13: 42
Correspondence: Henry, Carl and Edith
1966
Box 13: 43
Correspondence: Henry, Carl and Edith
1967
Box 13: 44
Correspondence: Henry, Carl and Edith
1967
Box 13: 45
Correspondence: Henry, Carl and Edith
1967
Box 13: 46
Correspondence: Henry, Carl and Edith
1968
Box 13: 47
Correspondence: Henry, Carl and Edith
1969
Box 13: 48
Correspondence: Henry, Carl and Edith
1969
Box 13: 49
Correspondence: Henry, Carl and Edith
1969
Box 14: 1
Correspondence: Henry, Carl and Edith
1970
Box 14: 2
Correspondence: Henry, Carl and Edith
1971
Box 14: 3
Correspondence: Henry, Carl and Edith
1972
Box 14: 4
Correspondence: Henry, Carl and Edith
1973
Box 14: 5
Correspondence: Henry, Carl and Edith
1974
Box 14: 6
Correspondence: Henry, Carl and Edith
1975
Box 14: 7
Correspondence: Henry, Carl and Edith
1976
Box 14: 8
Correspondence: Henry, Carl and Edith
1977
Box 14: 9
Correspondence: Henry, Carl and Edith
1978-1979
Box 14: 10
Correspondence: Henry, Carl and Edith
1980-1982
Box 14: 11
Correspondence: Henry, Carl and Edith
undated, pre-1960
Box 14: 12
Correspondence: Henry, Carl and Edith
undated, pre-1960
Box 14: 13
Correspondence: Henry, Carl and Edith
undated
Box 14: 14
Correspondence: Henry, Carl and Edith
undated
Box 14: 15
Correspondence: Henry, Carl and Edith
undated
Box 14: 16
Correspondence: Henry, Carl and Edith with others
1962-1976
Box 14: 17
Correspondence: Henry, Carl with others
1990-1993
Box 14: 18
Correspondence: House, Lottie C.
1969-1972
Box 14: 19
Correspondence: Javits, Jacob K., Senator
1968
Box 14: 20

Concerning an internship.

Correspondence: Kieffer, Martin
1987-1994
Box 14: 21
Correspondence: Kreindler, David
1976-1980
Box 14: 22
Correspondence: Lardon, Christine
1961-1962
Box 14: 23
Correspondence: Leslie, Bruce
1967
Box 14: 24
Correspondence: Levy, August and Clara
1961-1963
Box 14: 25
Correspondence: Levy, Blanchette
1961-1972
Box 14: 26
Correspondence: Levy, Julian Carl
1967, 2013
Box 14: 27
Correspondence: Loyd, Doyne W., Jr.
1971-2005
Box 14: 28
Correspondence: photographs
1975-1977
Box 14: 29
Correspondence: photographs
1975-1978
Box 14: 30
Correspondence: photographs
1981
Box 14: 31
Correspondence: photographs
1982
Box 14: 32
Correspondence: production
1981
Box 14: 33
Correspondence: references
1991
Box 14: 34
Correspondence: Sanford, Dwight
1970
Box 14: 35
Correspondence: Seidman, John
1970
Box 14: 36
Correspondence: Simenon, Johnny
1962
Box 14: 37
Correspondence: Simenon, Johnny
1962
Box 14: 38
Correspondence: Simenon, Johnny
1962-1964
Box 14: 39
Correspondence: Simenon, Marie-Jo
ca. 1962
Box 14: 40
Correspondence: Sonnino, Edward
1969
Box 14: 41
Correspondence: Stillman, Elenor
1982-1983
Box 14: 42
Correspondence: Szego, Deirdre (Dee Dee)
1959-1961
Box 14: 43
Correspondence: tributes, testimonials
1977-2010
Box 14: 44
Correspondence: United States Commission on Civil Rights
undated
Box 14: 45
Correspondence: Wasser, Julian
1967
Box 14: 46
Correspondence: Wasser, Julian
1967, 1969
Box 14: 47
Correspondence: Wasser, Julian
1998-2013
Box 14: 48
Correspondence: Weinburg, Chester
1966
Box 14: 49
Correspondence: Wilkes, John
1971
Box 14: 50
Correspondence: Wolf, Nancy
1962-1963
Box 14: 51
Series 3. Professional
1955-2012
"18 Women, 417 Men"
1977
Box 14: 52
Abbott, Berenice
1955
Box 14: 53
Abrams, Robert
1972
Box 14: 54
Abrams, Robert: Women's Rights in New York State
1983-1984
Box 14: 55
Abzug, Bella
1972, 1976
Box 14: 56
Abzug, Bella
1977
Box 14: 57
Abzug, Bella
1977, 1983
Box 14: 58
Abzug, Bella
1977-1998
Box 14: 59
Abzug, Bella: New York Magazine
1977
Box 14: 60
Ad Council
1974
Box 14: 61
Addison-Wesley Publishing Company
1992-1994
Box 14: 62
Addison-Wesley Publishing Company: United States History Grade 8
1995
Box 14: 63
Advertising: Carmel, California
1991-1992
Box 14: 64
Afterimage
1995
Box 14: 65
Albert Whitman & Company: Is There a Woman in the House ... or Senate?
Box 14: 66
Alexander Street Press: Women and Social Movements in the United States
2007
Box 14: 67
Alexander Street Press: Women and Social Movements in the United States
2010
Box 14: 68
Alice Austen House
1970-1986
Box 14: 69
Alice Austen House
1979
Box 14: 70
Alice Austen House
1983-1986
Box 14: 71
ALice Austen House
1983-1987
Box 15: 1
Alice Austen House
1984-1985
Box 15: 2
Alice Austen House
1984-1985
Box 15: 3
Alice Austen House
1984-1985
Box 15: 4
Alice Austen House
1984-1987
Box 15: 5
Alice Austen House
1985
Box 15: 6
Alice Austen House
1985
Box 36: 1
Alice Austen House
1985-1987
Box 15: 7
Alice Austen House
1986-1987
Box 15: 8
Alice Austen House
1986-1987
Box 15: 9
Alice Austen House
1986-1987
Box 15: 10
Alice Austen House: newsletters
1983-1986
Box 15: 11
Alice Austen House: newsletters
1983-1986
Box 15: 12
Alice Austen House: newsletters
1990-1994
Box 15: 13
All-Craft Center: "Meet the 'All-Craft Women'"
1977
Box 15: 14
American Antiquarian Society
2008
Box 15: 15
American Civil War Center
2005-2007
Box 15: 16
American Federation of School Administrators: AFSA News
1984
Box 15: 17
American Heritage
2005
Box 15: 18
American Historical Publications: A History of the US
1995
Box 15: 19
American Indian Graduate
2011
Box 15: 20
American Society of Magazine Photographers
1978-1988
Box 15: 21
American Society of Magazine Photographers: Folio of Business Practices
1968
Box 15: 22
American Society of Media Photographers. Northern California Chapter: Newsletter
1992-1993
Box 15: 23
American Society of Picture Professionals
1976-1994
Box 15: 24
American Society of Picture Professionals: article
1980-1981
Box 15: 25
American Society of Picture Professionals: newsletter
1976-1981
Box 15: 26
American Society of the Order of St. John: service, program
1977
Box 15: 27
Amnesty International: tribute to Sean MacBride
1973-1975
Box 15: 28
Aptheker, Bettina: Bridges, benefit
1989
Box 15: 29
Arcade Publishing: Holtzman, Liz
1996
Box 15: 30
Articles and publicity
1983-1997
Box 15: 31
Artist biographies and resumes
1975-1984
Box 15: 32
Artists Choice Museum
1984
Box 15: 33
Artists' Studio Tour (Monterey County)
1993-1995
Box 15: 34
Astor, Brooke
1984
Box 15: 35
Atlanta Women's Foundation
2009
Box 15: 36
Austen & Suydam: announcement
1976
Box 15: 37
Avant Garde Festival of New York
1977
Box 15: 38
Awards and prizes
1974-1990
Box 15: 39
Baird, Bill: newspaper clippings (copies)
1963-1979
Box 15: 40
Ballard Mill: exhibit
1983
Box 15: 41
Banker, George: "Marine Corps Marathon: A Running Tradition"
2007-2009
Box 15: 42
Barnard Women's Center
1987
Box 15: 43
Baseball photographer trading cards
1975
Box 15: 44
Begin, Menachem
undated
Box 15: 45
Belaiche, Paul, Dr.: herbs, homeopathy
1978-1979
Box 15: 46
Bella Abzug Leadership Institute (BALI)
2007-2009
Box 15: 47
Bellamy, Carol: Bellamy Campaign Committee, Art Auction
1977
Box 15: 48
Bender, Becca: Chisholm '72: Unbought & Unbossed
2003
Box 15: 49
Bewley, Lois
undated
Box 15: 50
Bicentennial
1975
Box 15: 51
Bodie State Historical Park
1987-1989
Box 15: 52
Boggs, Lindy
2013
Box 15: 53
Books & Co.
1978-1983, 2012
Box 15: 54
Book catalogs
1975-1986
Box 15: 55
Bowker's Literary Market Place
2004
Box 15: 56
Brandeis Review
1987, 2012
Box 15: 57
Brandeis University
1998-1999
Box 15: 58
Brandeis University: documents
1990-1997
Box 15: 59

Related to application and admission into M.A. program.

Brandeis University: M. A., French Literature and Literature Translation
1995-1997
Box 15: 60
Brandeis University: M. A., French Literature and Literature Translation
1997
Box 15: 61
Brandeis University: M. A., French Literature and Literature Translation
2000
Box 15: 62
Brainwave: credits
undated
Box 15: 63
Brattleboro Museum & Art Center
1982-2011
Box 15: 64
Brochures
1980-1994
Box 15: 65
Brochures
1980-1994
Box 16: 1
Brooks/Cole Publishing Company
1992-1995
Box 16: 2
Brooks/Cole Publishing Company
1993-1994
Box 16: 3
Brooks/Cole Publishing Company
1996
Box 16: 4
Brooklyn Today: Democratic National Convention
1972
Box 16: 5
Bullock, Edna
undated
Box 16: 6
Camargo Foundation
1994
Box 16: 7
Camera Nazional dell'Alta Moda Italiana: "Best Dressed"
1981-1982
Box 16: 8
Camflo Mines Limited and La Luz Mines Ltd.
1973-1976
Box 16: 9
Campaign pins
various dates
Box 35
Campaigns & Elections: The Journal of Political Action
1980
Box 16: 10
Cancer: alternative therapies
1978
Box 16: 11
Cancer Dialogue
1980
Box 16: 12
Card, holiday: McNamees
1973
Box 16: 13

Photograph by DMH.

Carmel Adult School
1991-1995
Box 16: 14
Carmel Business Association: Guide to Carmel
1994-1995
Box 16: 15
Carmel High School
1991-1993
Box 16: 16
Carmel High School: teaching, photography
1991-1992
Box 16: 17
Carmel High School: teaching portfolio
1991-1992
Box 16: 18
Carmel River School PTA
1993
Box 16: 19
Carter, Jimmy: campaign
1976-1980
Box 16: 20
Carter, Jimmy: Plains, Georgia
1976-1978
Box 16: 21
Cartier-Bresson, Henri: introduction
1968
Box 16: 22

Translated by DMH.

Cartier, Jean
1980-1995
Box 16: 23
Cat show
1978
Box 16: 24
Catskill Center for Photography
1986-1987
Box 16: 25
Center for Arts Information
1977-1979
Box 16: 26
Center for Photography at Woodstock
1992
Box 16: 27
Center for Book Arts
undated
Box 16: 28
Chicago, Judy
1981-2013
Box 16: 29
Chisholm, Shirley
undated
Box 16: 30
City Games, The Midtown Y Gallery
1978
Box 16: 31
Civil Rights Digest
1974, 1978
Box 16: 32
Clark, Ramsey
1976
Box 16: 33
Clearwater Concert
2009
Box 16: 34
Coalition for a Black Count: "Make Black Count"
1970
Box 16: 35

Printed material, 1970 census.

Coast Weekly
1989
Box 16: 36
Coasting
1988
Box 16: 37
Codd, Mary: campaign
1980
Box 16: 38
Colburn, Sam
1993
Box 16: 39
Commission on the Status of Women: Status Report
1980
Box 16: 40
Common Cause
undated
Box 16: 41
Community Economics
1991-1997
Box 16: 42
Community Economics
1983-1991
Box 16: 43
Conference on Alternative State and Local Public Policies
1978
Box 16: 44
Congregation Beth Israel
1991-1992
Box 16: 45
Congregation Kodimoh: Lester, Julius
2004
Box 16: 46
Connecticut Coalition on the Walk: New England to Washington Walk for Disarmament and Social Justice, flyer
undated
Box 16: 47
Convent of the Sacred Heart
1977-1982
Box 16: 48
Convent of the Sacred Heart: teaching, photography
1977-1981
Box 16: 49
Convent of the Sacred Heart: teaching, photography
1977-1981
Box 16: 50
Convent of the Sacred Heart: teaching, photography
1977-1982
Box 16: 51
Convent of the Sacred Heart: teaching, photography
1978-1981
Box 16: 52
Convent of the Sacred Heart: teaching, photography
1978-1981
Box 16: 53
Convent of the Sacred Heart: yearbook
1980
Box 16: 54
Copyright: release forms and information
1975-1979
Box 16: 55
Copyright: relsease forms and information
1978
Box 16: 56
Copyright: relsease forms and information
1978-1979
Box 16: 57
Cosell, Howard: "Thank You, Howard"
1976
Box 16: 58
Costanza, Midge
2008
Box 16: 59
Cowie, Jefferson: Stayin' Alive: The 1970s and the Last Days of the Working Class
2010
Box 16: 60
Creative Artists Public Service (CAPS) Program: grant
1973-1983
Box 17: 1
Croyden, Margaret: The Center
1980
Box 17: 2
Cultural Council Foundation
ca. 1975
Box 17: 3
Dahl-Wolfe, Louise
1984
Box 17: 4
Daily Freeman
1982
Box 17: 5
Daily Freeman
1982
Box 17: 6
Dakota Wesleyan University: George and Eleanor McGovern Library and Center for Leadership and Public Service
2004-2010
Box 17: 7
Dana Hall Bulletin
1968-1969
Box 17: 8
Dana Hall Bulletin
1968-1972
Box 17: 9
Davis, Xiff
1984
Box 17: 10
Decade of Women: A "Ms." History of the Seventies
1980
Box 17: 11
Defense Language Institute: instructor certificate
1997
Box 17: 12
DelBello, Alfred B.
1973-1981
Box 17: 13
Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee: flyer, "Republican coupons"
1981
Box 17: 14
Democratic National Convention
1976
Box 17: 15
Democracy Under Pressure (Harcourt Brace)
1974
Box 17: 16
Democratic Women Are Wonderful: A History of Women at Democratic National Conventions
1980
Box 17: 17
Divine Feminine: invoice
1990
Box 17: 18
Drinan, Robert F., Fr.
1980
Box 17: 19
Eastern's Businesswomen
1977
Box 17: 20
Editors Guild Magazine: Burns, Ken and Barnes, Paul
2007
Box 17: 21
EFC Film & Video Production: Jeffrey, Mildred
1998-2000
Box 17: 22
Election: "Operation Big Vote"
1970
Box 17: 23
Election: welfare and voters
1970
Box 17: 24
Entratter, Jack
1952
Box 17: 25
English-Speaking Union
1984
Box 17: 26
Epcot Center
1982
Box 17: 27
Epcot Center
1982
Box 17: 28
Epcot Center
1982
Box 17: 29
Epcot Center
1982
Box 17: 30
Epcot Center
1982
Box 17: 31
Epcot Center
1982
Box 17: 32
Epcot Center
1982
Box 17: 33
Epcot Center
1982
Box 17: 34
Epcot Center
1982
Box 17: 35
Epcot Center
1982
Box 36: 2
Epcot Center: Food Monitor article
1983
Box 17: 36
Epcot Center: newspaper clippings
1982
Box 17: 37
Epcot Center: notebook
1982
Box 17: 38
Epcot Center: Southern Exposure article
1983
Box 17: 39
Exchange Club of Springfield, Inc.
2005-2006
Box 17: 40
Exhibit: "Breadth of Vision: Portfolios of Women Photographers"
1975, 1978
Box 17: 41
Exhibit: "The Bus Show," NYC
1975-1980, 2011
Box 17: 42
Exhibit catalogs
1977-1986
Box 17: 43
Exhibit catalogs
1977-1986
Box 17: 44
Exhibit: "Diana Mara Henry Photographs," Mill Gallery (Malone Art Center)
1983
Box 17: 45
Exhibit: "Dreaming Art," Carl Cherry Center for the Art
1991-1995
Box 17: 46
Exhibit: "Greek Eye-Cups," Metropolitan Museum of Art
1985
Box 17: 47
Exhibit: "Greek Eye-Cups," Metropolitan Museum of Art
1985
Box 17: 48
Exhibit: "Greek Eye-Cups," Metropolitan Museum of Art, proposal
1985
Box 17: 49
Exhibit: "Greek Eye-Cups," Metropolitan Museum of Art, notes
1985
Box 17: 50
Exhibit: "Images of Women"
1976
Box 17: 51
Exhibit: "Libel"
1988
Box 17: 52
Exhibit: "Libel," Pacific Grove Art Center
1988
Box 17: 53
Exhibit: "Libel," Springfield Technical Community College (STCC), student responses
2008
Box 17: 54
Exhibit manual: Peabody Museum of Natural History, Yale University
undated
Box 17: 55
Exhibit: Member's Exhibit, Pacific Grove Art Center
1989
Box 17: 56
Exhibit: One Room School Houses, notes
1986-1987
Box 17: 57
Exhibit: One Room School Houses, notes
1986-1987
Box 17: 58
Exhibit: One Room School Houses, notes
1986-1987
Box 17: 59
Exhibit: One Room School Houses, notes
1986-1987
Box 17: 60
Exhibit: "One Room School Houses of Ulster County"
1986-1987
Box 17: 61
Exhibit: "One Room School Houses of Ulster County"
1986-1987
Box 17: 62
Exhibit: "One Room School Houses of Ulster County"
1986-1987
Box 17: 63
Exhibit: "One Room School Houses of Ulster County"
1986-1987
Box 17: 64
Exhibit: "One Room School Houses of Ulster County"
1986-1987
Box 17: 65
Exhibit: "One Room School Houses of Ulster County"
1986-1987
Box 17: 66
Exhibit: "One Room School Houses of Ulster County"
1986-1987
Box 18: 1
Exhibit: "One Room School Houses of Ulster County"
1986-1987
Box 18: 2
Exhibit: "One Room School Houses of Ulster County"
1986-1987
Box 18: 3
Exhibit: "One Room School Houses of Ulster County"
1986-1987, 2012
Box 18: 4
Exhibit: One Room School Houses
1991, 2006
Box 18: 5
Exhibit: "One Room Schoolhouses and Teachers," American International College
2006
Box 18: 6
Exhibit: "Photowork '90"
1990
Box 18: 7
Exhibits postcards and announcements
various dates
Box 18: 8
Exhibits postcards and announcements
various dates
Box 18: 9
Exhibits postcards and announcements
various dates
Box 18: 10
Exhibits postcards and announcements
various dates
Box 18: 11
Exhibits postcards and announcements
various dates
Box 18: 12
Exhibits postcards and announcements
various dates
Box 18: 13
Exhibits postcards and announcements
various dates
Box 18: 14
Exhibits postcards and announcements
various dates
Box 18: 15
Exhibits postcards and announcements
various dates
Box 18: 16
Exhibits postcards and announcements
various dates
Box 18: 17
Exhibits postcards and announcements
various dates
Box 18: 18
Exhibits postcards and announcements
various dates
Box 18: 19
Exhibits postcards and announcements
various dates
Box 18: 20
Exhibit: "The Subject is Women"
1993
Box 18: 21
Exhibit: "The Temple of Dendur," draft
ca. 1983
Box 18: 22
Exhibit: "Vanishing Jews of Alsace and the Natzweiler-Struthof Concentration Camp
1990
Box 18: 23
Exhibit: "Vanishing Jews of Alsace and the Natzweiler-Struthof Concentration Camp
1990
Box 18: 24
Exhibit: "Vanishing Jews of Alsace and the Natzweiler-Struthof Concentration Camp
1990
Box 18: 25
Exhibit: "Vanishing Jews of Alsace and the Natzweiler-Struthof Concentration Camp
1990
Box 18: 26
Exhibit: "Vanishing Jews of Alsace and the Natzweiler-Struthof Concentration Camp
1990
Box 18: 27
Exhibit" "Vanishing Jews of Alsace and the Natzweiler-Struthof Concentration Camp, text
1990
Box 19: 1
Exhibit: "Women/Image/Nature"
1980
Box 19: 2
Exhibit: "Women on the Move," Valley Photographic Center
2004
Box 19: 3
Exhibit: "Women on the Move," Women's Museum
2010
Box 19: 4
Exhibit: "Women's America," Carmel High School Library
1992-1993
Box 19: 5
Facts on File
2004-2006
Box 19: 6
Fashion Week
1973
Box 19: 7
Feigen Fasteau, Brenda
1978, 2011
Box 19: 8
Ferraro, Geraldine
2011
Box 19: 9
Festival of the Godess
1992
Box 19: 10
Finished Print: exhibit catalog
1981
Box 19: 11
Finlay, Kirk: campaign, mayor
1978
Box 19: 12
First National Women's Conference: newspaper clippings
1977
Box 19: 13
First Women's Bank: "Focus on Women"
1982
Box 19: 14
Floating Foundation of Photography: E Pluribus Unum
1976
Box 19: 15
Flowforms (Emerson College, England)
1981
Box 19: 16
Fleutiaux, Pierrette
1976-1978
Box 19: 17
For Your Information: Practical Information for Those Who Work in the Arts
1981
Box 19: 18
Forbes family
1982-1987
Box 19: 19
Forbes family: Balleroy, ballooning
1980-1983, 1999-2013
Box 19: 20
Forest Theater Guild: Carmel Art auction
1990
Box 19: 21
Foundation Center
1986
Box 19: 22
Fraunces Tavern Museum
1980-1981
Box 19: 23
French Cultural Services
1977
Box 19: 24
Friedan, Betty
undated
Box 19: 25
Frist Center for the Visual Arts
2005
Box 19: 26
Fry, Charles Rahn
1972-1973, 1982
Box 19: 27
Fuentes, Sonia Pressman
2007
Box 19: 28
Gala benefit, "50 & Fabulous: Celebrating 50 Years of Women's Advances Since the Pill"
2010
Box 19: 29
Galeria Tonantzin
1994-1995
Box 19: 30
Gallery Magazine
1997
Box 19: 31
Gambee, Robert
1994-1999
Box 19: 32
Gareth Stevens, Inc.: Betty Friedan, "People Who Have Helped the World" series, cover art
2006, 2014
Box 19: 33
Gardening, agriculture
1980-1993
Box 19: 34
Gardening, agriculture: notebooks
ca. 1981
Box 19: 35
Gardening, agriculture: notes
ca. 1981
Box 19: 36
Gardening, agriculture: notes
1981
Box 19: 37

Notes on birds and trees.

Gish, Lillian: birthday party, MoMA
1980
Box 19: 38
Glauber, Lynn and Gray, Daryl
1977, 201-2012
Box 19: 39
Good Housekeeping
1980
Box 19: 40
Gomez Foundation: Mill House
1985-1989
Box 19: 41
Gore, Albert, Sr.
1970-1998
Box 19: 42
Grandmason, J. Joseph
1976
Box 19: 43
Granite Hills Photography Gallery
1983
Box 19: 44

DMH exhibit on Vermont school houses on display June 29-July 11.

Great Plains Journal
2003
Box 19: 45
Grundberg, Andy
1981
Box 19: 46
Guiding Eyes for the Blind
1975
Box 19: 47
Hadassah
1991
Box 19: 48
Hanratly's Photos
1973
Box 19: 49
Harnett, Joel: mayoral election
1977
Box 19: 50
Harvard University: Crimson anthology
1980
Box 19: 51
Hatton Canyon
1989
Box 19: 52
Hawkins, Erich
undated
Box 19: 53
Hayden Planetarium
`975-1977, 2012
Box 19: 54
Hebrew High School of New England
2003-2004
Box 19: 55
Hebrew Union College -- Jewish Institute of Religion: docent program
1986
Box 19: 56
Hebrew Union College -- Jewish Institute of Religion: exhibit, "A Wandering After Roots"
1986
Box 19: 57
Hebrew Union College -- Jewish Institute of Religion: exhibit, "A Wandering After Roots"
1986
Box 19: 58
Hebrew Union College -- Jewish Institute of Religion: exhibit, "A Wandering After Roots"
1986
Box 19: 59
Henrietta Brackman Associates
Box 19: 60
Henry, Diana Mara: "The Concept of Time and History"
1967
Box 19: 61
Henry, Diana Mara: A Life in Photography
2010
Box 19: 62
Henry, Sondra: biography, Coretta Scott King
1989-1992
Box 19: 63
Heresies: A Feminist Publication on Art & Politics
1980
Box 19: 64
Heschel, Abraham Joshua, Rabbi
2007
Box 19: 65
High Lady
1977
Box 19: 66
Hilltop Park Center (Monterey, California)
1995-1996
Box 19: 67
Hirschmann, Ira A.
1986, 2010
Box 19: 68
Hirschmann, Ira A.: "Life Line to a Promised Land"
1946
Box 19: 69
Holtzman, Elizabeth (Liz)
1972-1996
Box 19: 70
Holtzman, Elizabeth (Liz): campaign
1970-1975
Box 19: 71
Horse racing: Preakness of Pimlico, Belmont
1976
Box 19: 72
Horses of San Marco: exhibit, Metropolitan Museum of Art
1980
Box 19: 73
Human Rights First
2011
Box 19: 74
If It's Tuesday, This Must Be Belgium
1968
Box 36: 3
If It's Tuesday, This Must Be Belgium
1968
Box 36: 4
If It's Tuesday, This Must Be Belgium
1968
Box 36: 5
If It's Tuesday, This Must Be Belgium
1968
Box 36: 6
Industry Education Council of Monterey County
1992
Box 20: 1
Institute for Community Economics
1998
Box 20: 2
International Center of Photography: teaching
1976
Box 20: 3
International Festival of Women's Films: Women's Conference
1976
Box 20: 4
International Jewish Feminist Directory
1991
Box 20: 5
Internship description
2011
Box 20: 6
Invoices and receipts
1968-1986
Box 20: 7
Ireland, Doug
1973, 2012
Box 20: 8
It's All About Arts
2005
Box 20: 9
Jewish Journal North of Boston
2004
Box 20: 10
Jewish Museum: Rivers, Larry, exhibit
1984
Box 20: 11
Jewish Women's Archive
1999-2000
Box 20: 12
International Center of Photography
1974-1975
Box 20: 13
International Center of Photography
1975-1979
Box 20: 14
International Center of Photography
1982-1988
Box 20: 15
International Center of Photography: people
1981-1999
Box 20: 16
Jewish Women's Archive
2004
Box 20: 17
Jewish Women's Archive
2004-2005
Box 20: 18
Jewish Women's Archive
2006-2010
Box 20: 19
Jewish Women Artists Network
1994
Box 20: 20
Jewish Women's Project
1999-2000
Box 20: 21
Job advertisements, cover letter, resume
1969
Box 20: 22
Job advertisement: Gropius House
undated
Box 20: 23
John F. Kennedy Library: opening
1979, 2009
Box 20: 24
Jones, Barbara Katherine
1976
Box 20: 25
Juris Doctor: Magazinefor the New Lawyer
1972
Box 20: 26
Kayatt, Arlene Socol: campaign
undated
Box 20: 27
Kerber, Linda A.: Women's America: Refocusing the Past
Box 20: 28
Kertèsz, Andrè
1976
Box 20: 29
Kleefeld, Carolyn
1994
Box 20: 30
Kovic, Ron
2010
Box 20: 31
Kranzler, David: The Swiss Connection: The Untold Story of How a Salvador Diplomat and the Swiss People Stopped the Trains From Budapest to Auschwitz
1999
Box 20: 32
Krieger, Dolores
1979-1980
Box 20: 33
Krieger, Dolores
1980-1981
Box 20: 34
Krim, Mathilde
2005
Box 20: 35
Kunin, Madeleine
2009-2011
Box 20: 36
Kuo, Nina
1982
Box 20: 37
Ladeur Topiary Gardens
undated
Box 20: 38
Lane, Bettye
2012, undated
Box 20: 39
Learning to Read Through the Arts Program
1986-1987
Box 20: 40
Lenox Hill Neighborhood Association
1971-1972
Box 20: 41
Les Ballets Trockadero Monte Carlo
1976-1977
Box 20: 42
Levine, Sarabeth
1982, 2011
Box 20: 43
Lewis, Kevin: "Something for the Boys," exhibit
1985
Box 20: 44
Liberation News Service
ca. 1970
Box 20: 45
Life Love Joy (Silver Burdett)
1970
Box 20: 46
Liffring-Zug, Joan
1982-2005
Box 20: 47
Lincoln Academy
1984-1985
Box 20: 48
Lingua Franca
1999
Box 20: 49
Lowenstein, Allard K.
1980, 2013
Box 20: 50
Lycée Français de New York
1974-1975
Box 20: 51
Lycée Français de New York: 75th anniversary
2009
Box 20: 52
Lycée Français de New York: teaching
ca. 1973
Box 20: 53
Lycée Français de New York: teaching
ca. 1973
Box 20: 54
Lycée Français de New York: teaching
1973-1974
Box 20: 55
Lycée Français de New York: teaching
1973-1974
Box 20: 56
Lycée Français de New York: teaching
1973-1975
Box 20: 57
Lycée Français de New York: yearbook
1974
Box 20: 58
Lycée Français de New York: yearbook
1981
Box 20: 59
MacWorld Expo
1995
Box 20: 60
Magazine Industry Market Place
undated
Box 20: 61
Mankiewicz, Frank
undated
Box 20: 62
Manuals and instructions
1975-1978, undated
Box 20: 63
Manuals and instructions
1972-1976, undated
Box 20: 64
Manuals and instructions
undated
Box 20: 65
Marijuana
1973
Box 20: 66
Matthews, Doug
1978
Box 20: 67
Mattoon Arts Festival
2006-2007
Box 20: 68
McGovern, George: 85th birthday, 35th anniversary of 1972 campaign
2007
Box 20: 69
McGovern, George: campaign
1970-1972
Box 21: 1
McGovern, George: campaign
1972
Box 21: 2
McGovern, George: campaign, poll watchers check list for election day
1972
Box 36: 7
McGovern, George: campaign, poll watching notes
1972
Box 21: 3
McGovern, George: campaign, use of photographs
1972
Box 21: 4
M. E. Sharpe, Inc.: The American Century
2007
Box 21: 5
Mead, Margaret: memorial program, American Museum of Natural History
1979
Box 21: 6
Meeropol, Robert
2002
Box 21: 7
Messinger, Ruth
2009
Box 21: 8
Metropolitan Community College: guest lecture
2007
Box 21: 9
Metropolitan Museum of Art: press relseases
1976-1983
Box 21: 10
Midge Constanza Institute
2008
Box 21: 11
Milwaukee Center for Photography
1978
Box 21: 12
Miroff, Bruce: The Liberals' Moment
2007
Box 21: 13
Mission Ranch: Gala of the Fine Arts
1989
Box 21: 14
Mitchell, Joyce Slayton
undated
Box 21: 15
Mitchell, Margaretta K.
undated
Box 21: 16
Monkmeyer Photo Agency
1997-1998
Box 21: 17
Monterey Bay: The Magazine
1992
Box 21: 18
Monterey Bay Women's Caucus for Art: "Mentors and Role Models"
1994-1995
Box 21: 19
Monterey County: Community Foundation
1990
Box 21: 20
Monterey County Cultural Council
1993
Box 21: 21
Monterey County Fair
1989-1996
Box 21: 22
Monterey County Gallery Association
1989
Box 21: 23
Monterey County Women's Exhibition
1989
Box 21: 24
Monterey Institute of International Studies
1995
Box 21: 25
Monterey Institute of International Studies: Principles and Methods of Language Teaching, notebook
1996
Box 21: 26
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1973, 2009-2013
Box 21: 27
Moser, Lida
1990-2011
Box 21: 28
Mount Sinai Hospital
1981-1986
Box 21: 29
Mount Sinai Hospital
1983-1987
Box 21: 30
Mount Sinai Hospital: On Golden Pond
1982
Box 21: 31
Moynihan, Daniel Patrick, Senator: address
1984
Box 21: 32
Ms. Foundation for Women
1980
Box 21: 33
Murphy, Ed
1971-1993
Box 21: 34
Murphy, Ed and Linda: wedding
1972
Box 21: 35
Museum mile
1982
Box 21: 36
Museum of the National Arts Foundation
1989
Box 21: 37
National Association of Commissions for Women
1980
Box 21: 38
National Coalition of Independent Scholars: membership directory and handbook
Box 21: 39
National Council of Women
1984
Box 21: 40
National Endowment of the Arts: grant application
1980
Box 21: 41
National Endowment for the Arts: photographers' fellowship
1980-1981
Box 21: 42
National Foundation for Jewish Culture: American Jewish Icons
2005
Box 21: 43
National Museum of American History
2000
Box 21: 44
National Urban League: press release
1970
Box 21: 45
National Women's Conference
1977
Box 21: 46
National Women's Hall of Fame
1976, 1985
Box 21: 47
National Women's History Project
1986-1990
Box 21: 48
National Women's History Project
1990
Box 21: 49
National Women's History Project
1997-1998
Box 21: 50
National Women's History Project
2004
Box 21: 51
National Women's History Project
2006
Box 21: 52
National Women's History Project
2010-2011
Box 21: 53
National Women's History Project: Living the Legacy
1998
Box 21: 54
National Women's History Project: Women's History Network Directory
1945-1996
Box 21: 55
National Women's Political Caucus
1976
Box 21: 56
National Women's Political Caucus: "Democratic Women Are Wonderful: A History of Women at Democratic National Conventions"
1980
Box 21: 57
National Women's Studies Association
1980
Box 21: 58
Nature in Legend and Story (NILAS)
2003
Box 21: 59
NBC News: "From Here to the Seventies," documentary
1969
Box 21: 60
Nelson, William D.: Brainwave
1975
Box 21: 61
Nesbitt, Lowell
1976, 1999
Box 21: 62
New Directions for Women
1991
Box 21: 63
New England Museum Association and Mid-Atlantic Association fo Museums: annual meeting
1985
Box 21: 64
New York Association of Women Business Owners
1977
Box 21: 65
New York Botanical Garden
1978-1979
Box 21: 66
New York. Division of Human Rights: The Lighthouse, New York Association for the Blind
1978-1980
Box 21: 67
New York Feminist Art Institute
1979
Box 21: 68
New York Foundation for the Arts: New York State Artists-in-Residence (NYS-AIR)
1982-1986
Box 21: 69
New York Foundation for the Arts: Artists-in-Residence program
1985
Box 21: 70
New York State Council on the Arts
1986-1987
Box 36: 8
New York State Council on the Arts: Funding Report
1985-1986
Box 21: 71
New York State Museum: NAHO
1978
Box 21: 72
New York State Women's Division: Meeting the Challenge
1982
Box 21: 73
New York Times: protest, refusal to use "Ms."
1974, 1986
Box 21: 74

Includes later editor's note introducing use of title.

New York University: Arts Administration program
1984-1985
Box 21: 75
New York University: Arts Administration program
1984-1985
Box 22: 1
New York University: Arts Administration program
1986
Box 22: 2
New York University: Arts Administration program, notebook
1985-1986
Box 22: 3
New York University: Arts Administration program, notebook
1985-1986
Box 22: 4
New York University: Arts Administration program, notebook
1985-1986
Box 22: 5
New York University: Arts Administration program, notebook
1985-1986
Box 22: 6
Newsday: Long Island school houses
1985
Box 22: 7
Newseum
2005, 2010
Box 22: 8
Newsletters
1977-1986
Box 22: 9
Newsletters
1992-1994
Box 22: 10
Newspaper clippings and articles
1960s-1970s
Box 22: 11
Newspaper clippings and articles
1980s
Box 22: 12
Newspaper clippings and articles
1990s
Box 22: 13
Newspaper clippings and articles
2000s
Box 22: 14
Newspaper clippings and articles
undated
Box 22: 15
Newsweek
1972
Box 22: 16
Newsweek / Konica Election Year Photo Contest
1972
Box 22: 17
Noble Maritime Collection
2008
Box 22: 18
Noguchi, Isamu
undated
Box 22: 19
Northeast Organic Farmers Association (NOFA)
1981-1983
Box 22: 20
Norton, Furaha: Call Me André, publishing
2007
Box 22: 21
Notebook: photo projects
1972-1974
Box 22: 22
Notebook: teaching, notes
undated
Box 22: 23
Notes
undated
Box 22: 24
Notes
undated
Box 22: 25
Notes
undated
Box 22: 26
Notes
undated
Box 22: 27
Notes
undated
Box 22: 28
Notes
undated
Box 22: 29
Notes: museum administration
undated
Box 36: 9
Notes: photography class
undated
Box 36: 10
Nuclear Times
1983
Box 22: 30
Nursing Economics
1986
Box 22: 31
O'Dwyer, Paul
1973
Box 22: 32
Omni-Photo Communications
2001
Box 22: 33
Opie, Margaret
2011
Box 22: 34
Organization of American Historians: annual meeting
2007
Box 22: 35
Organization of American Historians: annual meeting, presentation
2007
Box 22: 36
Organization of American Historians: Magazine of History
2004-2005
Box 22: 37
Orkin, Ruth: transcript, phone conversation
1975
Box 22: 38
Our Secret Selves Project
1995
Box 22: 39
Overseas Press Club of America: exhibit, "Photographs from France"
1983
Box 22: 40
Pacific Grove Art Center
1994
Box 22: 41
Padre Trails Camera Club
1996
Box 22: 42
Paige, Blanche: My Story
1977
Box 22: 43
Palm Beach Life
1983
Box 22: 44
Pan Pacific and Southeast Asia Women's Association (PPSEAWA) of the USA, Inc.
1979
Box 22: 45
Park Avenue Armory
Box 22: 46
Peralta Publishing Company: Reed, Kevin
2005
Box 22: 47
Permaculture
1978-1980
Box 36: 11
Permaculture
1982-1983
Box 22: 48
Permaculture
1982-1984
Box 22: 49
Permaculture
1982-1985
Box 22: 50
Permaculture
1982-1993
Box 22: 51
Permaculture: notebook
1981
Box 22: 52
Permaculture: notebook
1981
Box 22: 53
Permaculture: notebook
1981
Box 23: 1
Permaculture: notebook
1981
Box 23: 2
Permaculture: notebook
1981-1982
Box 23: 3
Phoenix House
1971-1977
Box 23: 4
Photographic Arts Center: Stock Photo Deskbook, 5th ed.
undated
Box 23: 5
Photowork '90
1990
Box 23: 6
Pioneer Valley Photographic Artists
2008
Box 23: 7
Playbill: The Heidi Chronicles
1989
Box 23: 8
Pleshette, Suzanne
2008
Box 23: 9
Popkin, Sally
2007-2012
Box 23: 10
Popular Photography: "Holography is it Art?"
1975
Box 23: 11
Preshervationist
1996
Box 23: 12
Press ids and badges
various dates
Box 35
Printing Industries of Metropolitan New York: The Evening School: Graduation Program
1974
Box 23: 13
Private Industry Council
undated
Box 23: 14
Progressive Forum: Steinem, Gloria
2007
Box 23: 15
Project Community Arts Center
1984
Box 23: 16
Proposal: book service for avid readers
1984
Box 23: 17
Proposal, exhibit: "Dark Into Light: Art in the Digital Age" (Forbes Galleries)
2000
Box 23: 18
Public Opinion
1982
Box 23: 19
Publications: American Association of Museums
1978-1981
Box 23: 20
Pumpkin Hollow Farm
1981
Box 23: 21
Radcliffe Club of New York
1976, 1985
Box 23: 22
Radcliffe Club of San Francisco
1994
Box 23: 23
Radcliffe College
1983-1993
Box 23: 24
Radcliffe College: centennial
1978-1979
Box 23: 25
Radcliffe College: intern
1986
Box 23: 26
Radcliffe Quarterly
1985, 1992
Box 23: 27
Radcliffe Quarterly: "The Turbulent Class of 1969--Ten Years Laters," Stella Zadeh
1979
Box 23: 28
Rangel, Charles
2010
Box 23: 29
Reader's Digest: Our Glorious Century
1994-1995
Box 23: 30
Reform Judaism
2005
Box 23: 31
Reich, Peter
1970
Box 23: 32
Reliable Source
1972-1977, 2005
Box 23: 33
Rizzoli Gallery: "Fashion as Fantasy"
1975, 1988, 2011
Box 23: 34
Roanoke College: "East Side-West Side," exhibit
1979
Box 23: 35
Robert Floyd Photo Gallery
2005-2006
Box 23: 36
Rosen, Ruth: The World Split Open: How the Women's Movement Changed America
1999
Box 23: 37
Ross, Arthur
1976
Box 23: 38
Roy, Gail: ballooning
1980
Box 23: 39
Sander, Cass: "Ex-America" by Carl Henry
1971
Box 23: 40
Salant, Ari
1986
Box 23: 41
Samuels, Howard
1974
Box 23: 42
Sanger, Jeanette Watson
1987-2012
Box 23: 43
Santa Catalina: teaching, photography
1990-1991
Box 23: 44
Santa Catalina: teaching, photography
1991
Box 23: 45
Santa Catalina School: yearbook
1991
Box 23: 46
Santa Cruz Art League
1993
Box 23: 47
Sarah Institute: "Judy Chicago: Work from New York Collection," exhibit
1979
Box 23: 48
Savvy
1984
Box 23: 49
Schneerson, Menachem Mendel, Rabbi
1996
Box 23: 50
Scheinmann, André
2000
Box 23: 51
Schlesinger Library
1976-1977
Box 23: 52
Schlesinger Library
1980-1989
Box 23: 53
Schlesinger Library
1990-1999
Box 23: 54
Schlesinger Library
2000-2008
Box 23: 55
Schlesinger Library
2005-2011
Box 23: 56
Schlesinger Library
ca. 2005
Box 23: 57
Schlesinger Library: publications
various dates
Box 23: 58
Schlesinger Library: publications
various dates
Box 24: 1
Schuller, Grete
1975-1984
Box 24: 2
Schwab, Thomas J.: Experiences of My French Jewish Family Under German Occupation, 1940-1944
1994
Box 24: 3
Sky High Ranch Transformational Center
1984
Box 24: 4
Sierra Club
1990
Box 24: 5
Signature
1983
Box 24: 6
Simenon, Georges
2010
Box 24: 7
"Sisters of '77: the Struggles and Triumphs in the Battle for Equal Rights
2012-2013
Box 24: 8
Society for Photographic Education
1993-1996
Box 24: 9
Society for the Family of Man
1986
Box 24: 10
Soil and Water Conservation Plan: Kingston, New York
1982
Box 24: 11
Solis-Cohen, Sally
1985
Box 24: 12
Springfield College: Yom Hashoah lecture, Natzweiler-Struthof Concentration Camp
2007
Box 24: 13
Springfield Museums
2004-2011
Box 24: 14
Spruill, Marjorie
2007
Box 24: 15
St. Martins: Through Women's Eyes
2004, 2012
Box 24: 16
St. Vincent's Hospital: The Beeper
1974
Box 24: 17
Stamp campaign: women of the 1970s
2006-2007
Box 24: 18
Stamp campaign: women of the 1970s
2006-2007
Box 24: 19
Stamp campaign: women of the 1970s
2006-2007
Box 24: 20
Stamp campaign: women of the 1970s
2006-2011
Box 24: 21
Stamp campaign: women of the 1970s, , Westfield State University
2010
Box 24: 22
Staten Island Advance
1969 Dec
Box 24: 23
Staten Island Advance
1969 Dec 6, 8
Box 26
Staten Island Advance
1970 Jan
Box 24: 24
Staten Island Advance
1970 Jan-Feb
Box 26
Staten Island Advance
1970 Mar-Apr
Box 24: 25
Staten Island Advance
1970 May-July
Box 24: 26
Staten Island Advance
1970
Box 24: 27
Staten Island Advance
1970-1982
Box 24: 28
Staten Island Advance, articles, drafts
1970
Box 24: 29
Staten Island Advance, articles, drafts
1970
Box 24: 30
Staten Island Advance, articles, drafts
1970
Box 24: 31
Staten Island Advance, articles, drafts
1970
Box 24: 32
Staten Island Advance, articles, drafts
1970
Box 24: 33
Staten Island Advance, articles, drafts
1970
Box 24: 34
Staten Island Advance: letters
1971, 2011
Box 24: 35
Stein, Andrew
1983, 2011
Box 24: 36
Sterling National Bank
1973-1974
Box 24: 37
Stillman, Deanne
1977, 2006
Box 24: 38
Stillman, Eleanor
1984
Box 24: 39
Subject is Women
1993
Box 24: 40
Taste of the Nation (Pioneer Valley, Mass.)
2008
Box 24: 41
Teaching: foreign language
1984, 1996
Box 24: 42
Teaching: foreign language
1991-1996
Box 24: 43
Teaching: foreign language
1994-1996
Box 24: 44
Teaching: foreign language
1994-2004
Box 24: 45
Teaching: photography
2007
Box 24: 46
Teaching, substitute
1989
Box 24: 47
Thering, Rose, Sr.
1992-2006
Box 24: 48
Time
1968
Box 24: 49

Article with photo by DMH.

Time
1976
Box 24: 50

Article with photo by DMH.

Time Life Books: Women, "Our American Century"
1999
Box 24: 51
Titters
1977
Box 24: 52
"To Tell the Truth"
1976
Box 24: 53
Todorov, Tzvetan: Une Tragédie Française
1994
Box 24: 54
Transcript: "The Political is Personal: An Agenda for the 90s"
ca. 1990
Box 24: 55

Remarks by Bettina Aptheker, Dolores Huerta, Gloria Steinem.

Trinity College: Women & Gender Resource Action Center (WGRAC)
2008
Box 24: 56
Trip, Maggie: "Coping with Freedom and Responsilbity: The Issues Beyond Women's Liberation," New School
1978
Box 24: 57
UN Decade for Women, 1976-1985
1980
Box 24: 58
United Business Publications: Videography
1976
Box 24: 59
Unity First: Common Ground Awards
2011
Box 24: 60
University of Illinios Press: Feminist Coalitions
2007
Box 24: 61
University of Texas at Austin. Center for History
2000-2001
Box 24: 62
U.S. Department of Agriculture: USDA News Feature
1986
Box 24: 63
Valhalla Public Schools: teaching, photography
1986
Box 24: 64
Valley Photographic Center
2004
Box 24: 65
Valley Photographic Center
2004, 2007
Box 24: 66
Vanderbilt University: Curwood, Anastasia
2008-2009
Box 24: 67
Vietnam Veterans
1981
Box 24: 68
Vietnam War
ca. 1972
Box 24: 69
Vietnam War
1973
Box 24: 70
Vietnam War: anti-war printed material
1968
Box 24: 71
Villager
1976
Box 24: 72
Viva
1978
Box 24: 73
Wadsworth/Thompson Learning: Wadsworth Anthology of American Literature
2007
Box 25: 1
Wavelength (movie): Myronuk, Jennifer
2009
Box 25: 2
WBAI
1973-1977
Box 25: 3
Wallenberg, Raoul
1980
Box 25: 4
Website, DMH: early drafts
2003
Box 25: 5
Wechter, Vivienne Thaul
1981-1986
Box 25: 6
Wedding: Bieber and Wiesenthal
1993
Box 25: 7
Wedding: Meltzer, Amy and Funt, Peter
1986
Box 25: 8
Wedding: Wells, Kappy and Rawlings, Stewart
1979, 2008
Box 25: 9
Weicker, Lowell P.
1973
Box 25: 10

Concerning Watergate investigation.

Weigand, Kate: Red Feminisim: American Communism and the Making of Women's Liberation
2000, 2009
Box 25: 11
Weinstein, Jack, Judge
1976
Box 25: 12
Who's Who of American Women
1986-1993
Box 25: 13
Wikipedia: DMH photos, illegal use
2008
Box 25: 14
Wilkes, John
2009
Box 25: 15
Wintering Communications
1991
Box 25: 16
Witkin Gallery
1977
Box 25: 17
Wm. B. Eerdman's Publishing Co.: After Eden
1992
Box 25: 18
Wolkoff, Jerry: Heartland Executive Park
1980
Box 25: 19
Women Artists Newsletter
1976
Box 25: 20
Women Artists Newsletter
1976
Box 25: 21
Women book project
1978-1981
Box 25: 22
Women Center Stage Festival
2007
Box 25: 23
Women: health
undated
Box 25: 24
Women in Crisis conference (New York, N.Y.)
1979
Box 25: 25
Women in Photography: class materials
1991
Box 25: 26
Women in Photography: F2, newsletter
1990-1991
Box 25: 27
Women Office Workers: Fonda, Jane
1978-1979, 2011-2013
Box 25: 28
Women's History Resource Center
1980-1981
Box 25: 29
Women/Image/Nature: exhibit
1980-1982
Box 25: 30
Women New York
1978-1979
Box 25: 31
"Women Photographs Man"
1976
Box 25: 32
Women's Agenda
1978
Box 25: 33
Women's America: use of photographs
1994-2012
Box 25: 34
Women's Campaign Fund
1979
Box 25: 35
Women's Caucus for Art
1982
Box 25: 36
Women's Caucus for Art
1986
Box 25: 37
Women's Caucus for Art
1995
Box 25: 38
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom: Zepernick, Mary
1992
Box 25: 39
Women's Museum
2000-2002
Box 25: 40
Women's Museum
2002-2005
Box 25: 41
Women's Pentagon Action
1980, 2008-2013
Box 25: 42
Women's Studio Workshop
2005
Box 25: 43
Women's World
1981
Box 25: 44
Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars
2011
Box 25: 45
Workshop catalogs
1977-1984
Box 25: 46
World Environment Day
1978
Box 25: 47
Writings: Call Me André
2000
Box 25: 48

Written by André Scheinmann and edited by DMH.

Writings: Naxia
undated
Box 25: 49
Writings: review, "Who Needs Park?"
undated
Box 25: 50
Writings: "Sources of Photographs by Women and of Women"
undated
Box 25: 51
Writings: Yeme's Cat
1980
Box 25: 52

As told by Agathe Durbano.

Yes! A Journal of Positive Futures
2000-2001
Box 25: 53
Series 4. Family photographs
various dates
Family photographs
various dates
Box 28
Family photographs
various dates
Box 29
Family photographs
various dates
Box 30
Family photographs
various dates
Box 31
Series 5. Photographs
1967-1993
Subseries 5A. Political

A. J. Liebling Counter-Convention
1973-1974
Box P1: 1
A. J. Liebling Counter-Convention
1973-1974
Box P1: 2
A. J. Liebling Counter-Convention
1973-1974
Box P1: 3
Mikulski, Barbara
1978
Box P1: 4
Anderson, John Bayard
1980
Box P1: 5
Amnesty International USA (AIUSA)
1975
Box P1: 6
Biaggi, Mario
1973
Box P1: 7
Badillo, Herman
1972
Box P1: 8
Bicentennial
1975
Box P1: 9
Bicentennial
1975
Box P1: 10
Bicentennial
1975
Box P1: 11
Clark, Ramsey
1976
Box P1: 12
Clinton, Bill
ca. 1972
Box P1: 13
Cuomo, Mario
1986
Box P1: 14
Democratic National Convention (Miami, Fla.): inside
1972
Box P1: 15
Democratic National Convention (Miami, Fla.): inside
1972
Box P1: 16
Democratic National Convention (Miami, Fla.): outside
1972
Box P1: 17
Democratic National Convention (Miami, Fla.): outside
1972
Box P1: 18
Democratic National Convention (Miami, Fla.): politicians
1972
Box P1: 19
Democratic National Convention (New York, N.Y.)
1976
Box P1: 20
Democratic National Convention (New York, N.Y.)
1976
Box P1: 21
Democratic National Convention (New York, N.Y.)
1976
Box P1: 22
Democratic National Convention (New York, N.Y.)
1992
Box P1: 23
Democratic National Mini-Convention (Washington, D.C.)
1976
Box P1: 24
Demonstrations
1974-1982
Box P1: 25
Drinan, Robert F.
1972
Box P1: 26
Dukakis fundraiser
undated
Box P1: 27

McGovern at Steve and Alice Jelin's (Brookline, Mass.)

Eagleton, Thomas
1972
Box P2: 1
Hirschfeld, Abraham
1976
Box P2: 2
International Telephone and Telegraph (ITT) demonstration
1970
Box P2: 3
Kennedy, Ted
1972
Box P2: 4
King, Billie Jean
1977
Box P2: 5
Koch, Ed
1973
Box P2: 6
Kunstler, William
undated
Box P2: 7
Lindsay, John
1972
Box P2: 8
Lowenstein, Allard
1972-1980
Box P2: 9
Lowenstein, Allard
1972-1980
Box P2: 10
Manhattan Institute
1986
Box P2: 11
McGovern, George
1972
Box P2: 12
McGovern, George: Democratic National Convention (Miami, Fla.)
1972
Box P2: 13
McGovern, George: Harlem rally
1972
Box P2: 14

With Shirley Chisholm.

McGovern, George: rallies, events
1972
Box P2: 15
McGovern, George: rallies, events
1972
Box P2: 16
McGovern, George: rallies, events
1972
Box P2: 17
McGovern, George: visiting factory
1972
Box P2: 18
McGovern-Shriver campaign: wives
1972
Box P2: 19

Images of Eleanor McGovern and Eunice Shriver during the campaign.

Moynihan, Daniel P. (Daniel Patrick)
1967
Box P2: 20
Murphy, Ed: campaign for Borough President, Staten Island
1973
Box P2: 21
National Association of Commissions for Women
1977-1980
Box P2: 22
National Association of Commissions for Women
1977-1980
Box P2: 23
National Association of Commissions for Women
1977-1980
Box P2: 24
National Council of Women
1984
Box P2: 25
New Democratic Coalition of New York Convention
1973
Box P2: 26
New Democratic Coalition of New York Convention
1973
Box P2: 27
New Democratic Coalition of New York Convention
1973
Box P2: 28
New Democratic Coalition of New York Convention
1976
Box P2: 29
Plains, Georgia
1976
Box P2: 30
Plains, Georgia
1976
Box P2: 31
Plains,Georgia
1976
Box P2: 32
Rangel, Charles
1972
Box P2: 33
Reagan, Ronald
1976
Box P3: 1
Samuels, Howard
1974
Box P3: 2
Shriver, Sargent
1972
Box P3: 3
Shriver, Sargent
1972
Box P3: 4
Stein, Andrew
undated
Box P3: 5
Stein, Andrew: wedding to Forester, Lynn
1983
Box P3: 6
Stein, Andrew: wedding to Forester, Lynn
1983
Box P3: 7
Stein, Andrew: wedding to Forester, Lynn
1983
Box P3: 8
Stein, Andrew: wedding to Forester, Lynn
1983
Box P3: 9
Vanden Heuvel, William J. (William Jacobus)
1973-1978
Box P3: 10
Vietnam Veterans Against the War (VVAW)
1970-1976
Box P3: 11
Vietnam Veterans Against the War (VVAW)
1970-1976
Box P3: 12
Vietnam Veterans Against the War (VVAW)
1970-1976
Box P3: 13
Vietnam Veterans: hunger strike
1980-1981
Box P3: 14
Zalmanson, Abraham
ca. 1973
Box P3: 15
Subseries 5B. General

Ad Council
undated
Box P3: 16
Alsace: family photographs
ca. 1989
Box P3: 17
Alsace: family photographs
ca. 1989
Box P3: 18
American Museum of Natural History
1976
Box P3: 19

Demonstration against experiments on cats.

Animals
1968-1975
Box P3: 20
Animals
ca. 1975
Box P3: 21
Animals
ca. 1975
Box P3: 22
Anti-Drug Foundation
1980
Box P3: 23

Lillian Freudenberger.

Artists' Choice Museum
1984
Box P3: 24
Attorney General, New York State
ca. 1980
Box P4: 1
Auguste, Monique
1967-1975
Box P4: 2
Auguste, Monique
undated
Box P4: 3
Austen, Alice
1977-1978, 1992
Box P4: 4
Avant-Garde Art Festival
1979
Box P4: 5
Baez, Joan
1992
Box P4: 6

Includes Gabri, Olan, Harris, Raitt at Esalon Concert.

Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo
1977
Box P4: 7
Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo
1977
Box P4: 8
Best Dressed
ca. 1985
Box P4: 9
Books & Co.
1983
Box P4: 10
Borns, Steve
ca. 1976
Box P4: 11
Restrictions on access:

Restricted: do not print or license

Borns, Steve
ca. 1978
Box P4: 12
Restrictions on access:

Restricted: do not print or license

Brooklyn
1972
Box P4: 13
Brooklyn
1972
Box P4: 14
Brooklyn
1972
Box P4: 15
Brooklyn
1972
Box P4: 16
Brown, James
1973
Box P4: 17
Cards
undated
Box P4: 18
Cat shows
1978
Box P4: 19
Cat shows
1978
Box P4: 20
Cat shows
1978
Box P4: 21
Children
1975-1993
Box P4: 22
Children
1984-1992
Box P4: 23
Children's barber shop
1979
Box P4: 24
Children's barber shop
1979
Box P4: 25
Convent
1976-1982
Box P4: 26
Cosell, Howard
1976
Box P4: 27
Dana Hall
1972
Box P4: 28
Dial, J. Donald Jr.
1975
Box P4: 29

Scenes in Columbia, South Carolina.

Drexler wedding
undated
Box P4: 30
Durbano, Agathe
1980
Box P5: 1
English-Speaking Union
1984
Box P5: 2
English-Speaking Union
1984
Box P5: 3
English-Speaking Union
1984
Box P5: 4
Europe
1967
Box P5: 5
Europe
1967
Box P5: 6
Europe
1968
Box P5: 7
European Publishers Representatives
1976
Box P5: 8
Evangelicals
1986
Box P5: 9
Family
1967-1993
Box P5: 10
Family
1969-1981
Box P5: 11
Family
1967-1986
Box P5: 12
Family
1968-1981
Box P5: 13
Fashion as Fantasy
1975
Box P5: 14
Fashion Week
1973
Box P5: 15
Fashion Week
1973
Box P5: 16
Fashion Week
1973
Box P5: 17
Fashion Week
1973
Box P5: 18
Flowforms, Emerson College (England)
1979
Box P5: 19
Fraunces Tavern Museum
1981
Box P5: 20
Friends
1970-1980
Box P5: 21
Friends
ca. 1970s
Box P5: 22
Friends
1977
Box P5: 23
French Cultural Services
1977
Box P5: 24
French Cultural Services: Women's Film Festival
1976
Box P5: 25
Fry, Charles Rahn
1980
Box P5: 66
Gomez Mill House (Marlboro, New York)
ca. 1984-1985
Box P5: 27
Gray, Daryl and Glauber, Lynn
1977
Box P6: 1
Harvard
ca. 1967
Box P6: 2
Hayden Planetarium
1976
Box P6: 3

With Mark Chartrand.

Hayden Planetarium
1976
Box P6: 4

With Mark Chartrand.

Heartland
1980
Box P6: 5

Heartland Executive Park, Hauppauge, Long Island.

Hellman, Lillian
1978
Box P6: 6

At Iberian Peninsula event.

Herald Tribune
1986
Box P6: 7
Herald Tribune
1986
Box P6: 8
Hirschman, Ira
1986
Box P6: 9
Human Rights
1980
Box P6: 10

Assignment for New York State Division of Human Rights

Human Rights
1980
Box P6: 11

Assignment for New York State Division of Human Rights

Human Rights
1980
Box P6: 12

Assignment for New York State Division of Human Rights

Human Rights
1980
Box P6: 13

Assignment for New York State Division of Human Rights

Human Rights
1980
Box P6: 14

Assignment for New York State Division of Human Rights

Human Rights
1980
Box P6: 15

Assignment for New York State Division of Human Rights

Iberian Peninsula event
1978
Box P6: 16
International Center of Photography
1975
Box P6: 17
If It's Tuesday, This Must Be Belgium
1968
Box P6: 18
If It's Tuesday, This Must Be Belgium
1968
Box P6: 19
If It's Tuesday, This Must Be Belgium
1968
Box P6: 20
If It's Tuesday, This Must Be Belgium
1968
Box P6: 21
If It's Tuesday, This Must Be Belgium
1968
Box P6: 22
If It's Tuesday, This Must Be Belgium
1968
Box P6: 23
If It's Tuesday, This Must Be Belgium
1968
Box P6: 24
Israel Museum
1975
Box P6: 25
Jewish Museum
1984
Box P6: 26

With Larry Rivers.

Johnson, Kathy: birthday party at 21 Club (New York, N.Y.)
1976
Box P6: 27
Jones, Thomas Lee
1975-1980
Box P6: 28
Jones, Thomas Lee
1982
Box P6: 29

With family at his parents' 50th anniversary party.

Krieger, Delores
1981
Box P7: 1
Lebowitz, Fran
1980-1983
Box P7: 2
Lenox Hill Neighborhood Association (LHNA)
Box P7: 3
Lenox Hill Neighborhood Association (LHNA)
1970-1971
Box P7: 4
Lenox Hill Neighborhood Association (LHNA)
1970-1971
Box P7: 5
Lenox Hill Neighborhood Association (LHNA)
1970-1971
Box P7: 6
Lenox Hill Neighborhood Association (LHNA)
1970-1971
Box P7: 7
Levine, Sarabeth
1981
Box P7: 8

Sarabeth's Kitchen, Inc. for Woman's World.

Lower East Side galleries
1984
Box P7: 9
Lower East Side galleries
1984
Box P7: 10
Lycéee Français de New York
1973-1981
Box P7: 11
Lycéee Français de New York
1973-1981
Box P7: 12
Lycéee Français de New York
1974-1981
Box P7: 13
Lycéee Français de New York
1974-1981
Box P7: 14
Lycéee Français de New York
ca. 1981
Box P7: 15
Lycéee Français de New York
1981
Box P7: 16
Martinique
1970
Box P7: 17
McNamee, George and Dardis
1973
Box P7: 18
Media Horizons
1974
Box P7: 19

With Joel Harnett.

Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
1975
Box P7: 20
Men and women
1975-1979
Box P7: 21
Metropolitan Museum of Art
ca. 1983
Box P7: 22

Party to honor Gordon Davies.

Miscellaneous
ca. 1976
Box P7: 23
Miscellaneous
ca. 1976
Box P7: 24
Models: Dan
ca. 1972
Box P7: 25
Models: Dan
ca. 1972
Box P8: 1
Models: Walter
1974
Box P8: 2
Models: Walter
1974
Box P8: 3
Mollison, Bill
1981
Box P8: 4
Moorman, Charlotte
1970
Box P8: 5

Performance artist at Museum of Modern Art (MOMA).

Moreau
undated
Box P8: 6
Biographical note:

Designer.

Mount Sinai Hospital
1975-1980
Box P8: 7
Museum of Modern Art (MOMA): Gish, Lillian
1980
Box P8: 8

With Anita Loos, Helen Hayes, John Gielgud, Abby Rockefeller, Irene Worth, Richard Oldenbourg (Director of MOMA), Joan Fontaine, Hermione Gingold, Ruth Ford, Celeste Holm, Arlene Dahl.

Northeast Organic Farming Association (NOFA)
1981
Box P8: 9
New York Answer
1980-1983
Box P8: 10

Features Cuomo, Holtzman, Lebowitz, Kunstler; see "Nelson" for contacts.

New York scenes
1970-1975
Box P8: 11
New York scenes
1970-1980
Box P8: 12
New York scenes
1970-1980
Box P8: 13
New York scenes
1970-1980
Box P8: 14
New York scenes
1970-1980
Box P8: 15
New York Telephone
1985
Box P8: 16
Olivetti: exhibition, Metropolitan Museum of Art
1985
Box P8: 17

Features Malcolm Forbes, Mayor Koch.

Olivetti: exhibition, Metropolitan Museum of Art
1985
Box P8: 18

Features Malcolm Forbes, Mayor Koch.

Olivetti: event
1982
Box P8: 19
Olivetti: Horses of San Marco
1980
Box P8: 20

Exhibition at Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Olivetti: Horses of San Marco
1980
Box P8: 21

Exhibition at Metropolitan Museum of Art.

On Golden Pond: opening for Mount Sinai
1981
Box P8: 22

Featuring Jane Fonda, Tom Hayden, Jacqueline Bograd (Weld) Drake.

"Our garden"
ca. 1979-1989
Box P8: 23

Featuring images taken at DMH's Kingston, New York house and property.

Paris
1976-2000
Box P8: 24
Paris Opera
1976
Box P8: 25
Permaculture
ca. 1982
Box P8: 26

See also slides.

Polstein, Miriam
1972
Box P8: 27
Port Authority
1973
Box P8: 28
Port Authority
1973
Box P8: 29
Port Authority
1973
Box P9: 1
Portraits: men
ca. 1981
Box P9: 2
Portraits: women
1971-1981
Box P9: 3
Renaissance Fair
1970
Box P9: 4
Rouse Company
1980
Box P9: 5

At Hayden Planetarium.

Sarah Institute (New York, N.Y.)
1979
Box P9: 6

Benefit event for Judy Chicago exhibit; features Stewart Mott and Alice Neel.

Schlesinger Library
ca. 1981
Box P9: 7
Schneerson, Menachem Mendel
1976
Box P9: 8
Biographical note:

Commonly referred to as Lubavitcher Rebbe.

Siegel, Joel: calendar
1977
Box P9: 9
Sleigh, Sylvia and Alloway, Lawrence
1984
Box P9: 10
Snow, C. P. (Charles Percy)
undated
Box P9: 11
Society for Photographic Education (SPE)
1995
Box P9: 12
Something for the Boys
1986
Box P9: 13
Sterling Bank
1973-1974
Box P9: 14
Sterling Bank
1973-1974
Box P9: 15
Stillman, Eleanor
1984
Box P9: 16
Thiering, Rose, Sister
1992
Box P9: 17
"Titters Presents: A Seminar on Funny Womanhood"
1974
Box P9: 18

At the New School, New York.

Tomlin, Lily
1977
Box P9: 19

Original prints given to Tomlin; photocopies only.

T.V. images
1977
Box P9: 20
Victorian Society
undated
Box P9: 21
Victorian Society at Steuben Glass
1984
Box P9: 22

With Malcolm Forbes and Judy Collins.

von Furstenberg, Diane
1984
Box P9: 23

Party in her honor at A la Vieille Russie.

Washington, D.C.
ca. 1973
Box P9: 24
Watson, Jeannette
1976
Box P9: 25
WBAI
1977
Box P9: 26
Weddings
undated
Box P9: 27
Weddings
undated
Box P9: 28
Weddings: Geary, Linda and Murphy Ed
ca. 1975
Box P10
Weddings: McGinty, Sara and Wiesenthal, Tony
1993
Box P9: 29
Weddings: Peter
undated
Box P9: 30
Weddings: Peter
undated
Box P9: 31
Weddings: Solis-Cohen, Sally and Rabinowitz, Peter
1985
Box P9: 32
Weddings: Wolf, Nancy and Sims, Charles (Chuck)
undated
Box P10: 1
Wilkes, John
ca. 1971
Box P10: 2
Wolff, Rudolf
1977
Box P10: 3
Woman's World
1981
Box P10: 4
Subseries 5C. Women

Abzug, Bella: campaign for Mayor
1977
Box P11: 1
Abzug, Bella: campaign for Mayor
1977
Box P11: 2
Abzug, Bella: campaign for Senate
Box P11: 3
Abzug, Bella: conventions
1972
Box P11: 4
Abzug, Bella: election
1972
Box P11: 5
Abzug, Bella: New Democratic Coalition
1976
Box P11: 6
Abzug, Bella: parties, fundraisers, friends
1977
Box P11: 7
Abzug, Bella: press conference, "Friday afternoon massacre"
1979
Box P11: 8

Fired as head of the National Advistory Committee for Women by President Carter.

Adachi, Agnes: speaking for Wallenberg, Raoul
1980
Box P11: 9
Bellamy, Carol
1976
Box P11: 10
Burnstein, Karen
1977-1980
Box P11: 11
Chisholm, Shirley
1972-1977
Box P11: 12
Codd, Mary
1980
Box P11: 13
Costanza, Margaret (Midge)
1977
Box P11: 14
Fasteau, Brenda Feigen
1980
Box P11: 15
Holtzman, Elizabeth (Liz)
1972-1973
Box P11: 16
Holtzman, Elizabeth (Liz)
1972-1973
Box P11: 17
International Women's Year: First National Women's Conference (Houston, Tex.)
1977
Box P12: 1
International Women's Year: First National Women's Conference (Houston, Tex.)
1977
Box P12: 2
International Women's Year: First National Women's Conference (Houston, Tex.)
1977
Box P12: 3
International Women's Year: First National Women's Conference (Houston, Tex.)
1977
Box P12: 4
International Women's Year: First National Women's Conference (Houston, Tex.)
1977
Box P12: 5
International Women's Year: First National Women's Conference (Houston, Tex.)
1977
Box P12: 6
International Women's Year: First National Women's Conference (Houston, Tex.)
1977
Box P12: 7
International Women's Year: First National Women's Conference (Houston, Tex.)
1977
Box P12: 8
International Women's Year: First National Women's Conference (Houston, Tex.)
1977
Box P12: 9
International Women's Year: First National Women's Conference (Houston, Tex.)
1977
Box P12: 10
International Women's Year: First National Women's Conference (Houston, Tex.)
1977
Box P12: 11
International Women's Year: First National Women's Conference (Houston, Tex.)
1977
Box P12: 12
International Women's Year: First National Women's Conference (Houston, Tex.)
1977
Box P12: 13
International Women's Year: First National Women's Conference (Houston, Tex.)
1977
Box P12: 14
International Women's Year: First National Women's Conference (Houston, Tex.)
1977
Box P12: 15
International Women's Year: First National Women's Conference (Houston, Tex.)
1977
Box P12: 16
International Women's Year: First National Women's Conference (Houston, Tex.)
1977
Box P12: 17
International Women's Year: First National Women's Conference (Houston, Tex.)
1977
Box P13: 1
International Women's Year: First National Women's Conference (Houston, Tex.)
1977
Box P13: 2
International Women's Year: First National Women's Conference (Houston, Tex.)
1977
Box P13: 3
International Women's Year: First National Women's Conference (Houston, Tex.)
1977
Box P13: 4
International Women's Year: First National Women's Conference (Houston, Tex.)
1977
Box P13: 5
International Women's Year: First National Women's Conference (Houston, Tex.)
1977
Box P13: 6
International Women's Year: First National Women's Conference (Houston, Tex.)
1977
Box P13: 7
International Women's Year: First National Women's Conference (Houston, Tex.)
1977
Box P13: 8
International Women's Year: First National Women's Conference (Houston, Tex.)
1977
Box P13: 9
International Women's Year: First National Women's Conference (Houston, Tex.)
1977
5" x 7"
Box P13: 10
International Women's Year: First National Women's Conference (Houston, Tex.)
1977
5" x 7"
Box P13: 11
International Women's Year: First National Women's Conference (Houston, Tex.)
1977
5" x 7"
Box P13: 12
International Women's Year: First National Women's Conference (Houston, Tex.)
1977
5" x 7"
Box P13: 13
International Women's Year: First National Women's Conference (Houston, Tex.)
1977
Box P13: 14

Bella Abzug.

International Women's Year: New York State Women's Meeting (Albany, N.Y.)
1977
Box P14: 1
International Women's Year: New York State Women's Meeting (Albany, N.Y.)
1977
Box P14: 2
International Women's Year: New York State Women's Meeting (Albany, N.Y.)
1977
Box P14: 3
International Women's Year: New York State Women's Meeting (Albany, N.Y.)
1977
Box P14: 4
Krupsak, Mary Anne
1976
Box P11: 18
Laura X
1979
Box P11: 19

With Gloria Steinem and Jane O'Reilly.

National Women's Political Caucus
1978
Box P11: 20

Fundraiser, Lincoln Center.

New York Times: Ms. demonstration
1974
Box P11: 21
United Nations: Abzug, Bella and Chisholm, Shirley
ca. 1975
Box P11: 22
Women Office Workers: convention
1979
Box P11: 23
Women's Pentagon Action
1980 Nov 16-17
Box P11: 24
Women's Pentagon Action
1980 Nov 16-17
Box P11: 25
Zepernick, Mary
1992
Box P11: 26
Series 6. Negatives
1967-1983
Subseries 6A. Non-Political
1967-1983
Monique and Ambassador Carlet Auguste
1967
Box NP 1

Haitian Ambassador Auguste (ambassador to Germany) and Monique doing her nails.

Monique and vegetation in Germany
1967
Box NP 1
Vegetation
1967
Box NP 1
Baci game
1967
Box NP 1
Baci game
1967
Box NP 1
Portofino Harbor
1967
Box NP 1
Montecatini Spa
1967
Box NP 1
Hotel Du Cap
1967
Box NP 1

Edith and Carl.

Portofino Harbor
1967
Box NP 1
Montecatini Spa
1967
Box NP 1

Edith and Diana.

Vegetation
1967
Box NP1
Vegetation
1967
Box NP 1
Portofino
1967
Box NP 1
Monique - Germany
1967
Box NP 1
If It's Tuesday, This Must Be Belgium: England
1968
Box NP 1
If It's Tuesday, This Must Be Belgium: England
1968
Box NP 1
If It's Tuesday, This Must Be Belgium: England and Battersea
1968
Box NP 1
If It's Tuesday, This Must Be Belgium: England Parks
1968
Box NP1
England, Battersea, Greyhounds
1968
Box NP 1
If It's Tuesday, This Must Be Belgium: Venice
1968
Box NP 1
London Zoo
1968
Box NP 1
If It's Tuesday, This Must Be Belgium: Bastogne
1968
Box NP 1

Singer Donovan.

If It's Tuesday, This Must Be Belgium: Belgium
1968
Box NP 1
If It's Tuesday, This Must Be Belgium: Holland
1968
Box NP 1
If It's Tuesday, This Must Be Belgium: Luxembourg
1968
Box NP 1
If It's Tuesday, This Must Be Belgium: Luxembourg
1968
Box NP 1

Jane Maegher at the bar with Stan Magulies (no #), Peggy Cass at bar (#24), amorous couple in window seat (#22).

If It's Tuesday, This Must Be Belgium: Luxembourg
1968
Box NP 1

Engels and Cass (2A-3), Vilis Lapernieks Drinking Beer (4-9).

If It's Tuesday, This Must Be Belgium: Luxembourg
1968
Box NP 1
If It's Tuesday, This Must Be Belgium: Boat Ride on the Rhine
1968
Box NP 1
London Zoo
1968
Box NP 1
If It's Tuesday: Germany
1968
Box NP 1
Germany, Chess and Director
1968
Box NP 2
If It's Tuesday: Germany, Chess
1968
Box NP 2
If It's Tuesday: Rome
1968
Box NP 2
If It's Tuesday: Rome
1968
Box NP 2
If It's Tuesday: Rome
1968
Box NP 2
If It's Tuesday: Rome
1968
Box NP 2
If It's Tuesday: Rome
1968
Box NP 2
If It's Tuesday: Venice
1968
Box NP 2
If It's Tuesday: Venice
1968
Box NP 2
Still Life
1968
Box NP 2

Cigarette, cermanic dogs, and a mysterious house.

Mt. Auburn Cemetery
1968 ?
Box NP 2
Fogg Museum Opening
1967-1968
Box NP 2
(109-08)

Jaques Lipshutz and wife, and woman in black looking at art.

Fogg Museum Opening
1967-1968
Box NP 2
(109-10)
Fogg Exterior and Stairs for Opening
1967-1968
Box NP 2
(109-13)
Fogg Museum Opening
1967-1968
Box NP 2
(109-07)
Fogg Art Opening
1967-1968
Box NP 2
Fogg Museum Opening
1967-1968
Box NP 2
(109-06)
Fogg Art Museum
1967-1968
Box NP 2
(109-11)
Fogg Museum Opening
1967-1968
Box NP 2
(109-09)
Fogg Art Museum
1967-1968
Box NP 2
(109-12)
Barbara Baby: Graduation Day
1969
Box NP 2
Barbara Baby
1969
Box NP 2
Barbara Baby: Graduation Day Widener Steps
1969
Box NP 2
Barbara Baby: Widener Steps
1969
Box NP 2
Barbara Baby
1969
Box NP 2
Barbara Baby
1969
Box NP 2

Farewells.

Barbara Baby: The Quad
1969
Box NP 2
Barbara Baby
1969
Box NP 2

Barbara Langton (Connors) headshots.

Barbara Baby: Widener Steps
1969
Box NP 2
Uncle T, WBUR 1
1967-1968
Box NP 2
Uncle T, WBUR 2
1967-1968
Box NP 2
Uncle T, WBUR 3
1967-1968
Box NP 2
Cambridge and Boston
1968?
Box NP 3

Street scenes.

Girl at Tree, Dana Hall, Girl Twirling Baton, Edgehill Road
1969-1970
Box NP 3
Still Life, New York Models, and Aunt Em's
1967
Box NP 3
Boston School
1967-1970
Box NP 3
Hilles
1967-1968
Box NP 3

1

Hilles
1967-1968
Box NP 3

2

Radcliffe Swim
1967-1968
Box NP 3
(109-04)

ROTC Training Center, military signs.

Radcliffe Portrait
1967-1968
Box NP 3
Elma Lewis
1967-1968
Box NP 3
Tennis 101
1967-1968
Box NP 3
SDS
1967-1968
Box NP 3
Pusey Press Conference
1967-1968
Box NP 3
(114)
Pusey Press Conference
1967-1968
Box NP 3
(113)
Glee Club on Widener Stops
1967-1968
Box NP 3
(109-19)

Lampoon party.

Underground Generation
1967-1968
Box NP 3
(106)

Harvard SDS.

SDS
1967-1968
Box NP 3
(109-14)
Divinity School, Cambridge
1967-1968
Box NP 3

Snow heaped bush.

Cambridge Candidate, Crimson
1967-1968
Box NP 3

Italian neighborhood, walking scenes.

Cambridge Election Day
1967-1968
Box NP 3
Cambridge and Boston
1967-1968
Box NP 3

Bridge news.

Northeastern
1967-1968
Box NP 3
Pusey at SFAC
1967-1970
Box NP 3
Cat on bed, Radcliffe
1967-1968
Box NP 3
Cambridge Election Day
1968
Box NP 3
Cat on bed, Radcliffe
1967-1968
Box NP 3
Northeastern
1967-1970
Box NP 3
(109-01)
Northeastern University
1968-1970
Box NP 3
(109-03)

Demonstration against the Vietnam War and draft card burning.

Hilles
1967-1968
Box NP 3
Pusey at SFAC
1967-1968
Box NP 3
Crimson
1967-1968
Box NP 3
Harvard ROTC
1967-1968
Box NP 3
(109-05)
Harvard Crimson Candidate
1967-1968
Box NP 3

Prof. portrait, senior theses, play, architecture students .

Cambridge by the Charles
1967-1968
Box NP 3
(116)
Female MIT Newspaper Editor
1968 Mar 8
Box NP 3
Walter Gropius
1967-1968
Box NP 3
(109-25)
Walter Gropius
1967-1968
Box NP 3
(109-24)
Walter Gropius
1967-1968
Box NP 3
(109-26)
Divinity School, Cambridge
1968
Box NP 3

Jutting buildings.

Cambridge Streets
1967-1968
Box NP 4
(116)
Soccer and Tennis Match
1967-1968
Box NP 4

Photographed by Diana Mara Henry and Candy.

Divinity School, Cambridge
1967-1968
Box NP 4

Episcopal Theological Seminary, peaked bonnet and spire.

Spring at Harvard
1967-1968
Box NP 4
(111)
Robert Shetterly '69 and friend in Crimson interview
1968 Jan
Box NP 4

After they refused indunction into Army and turned in their draft cards.

Harvard Faculty Meeting, Sanders
1967-1968
Box NP 4
Pusey at SFAC
1967-1968
Box NP 4
Leaving School
1967-1968
Box NP 4
(112)

Arthur Jacobsen playing piano, motorcycles.

Crew Races
1967-1968
Box NP 4
(112)
House moving, Cambridge, and other
1967-1968
Box NP 4
Crew Races
1967-1968
Box NP 4
Crimson candidate, plays
1967-1968
Box NP 4

Madwoman of Challot play.

Harvard plays
1967-1968
Box NP 4
(109-23)

Angry Young Men.

Harvard frisbee and parks in late spring
1967-1968
Box NP 4
(104)
Daniel Patrick Moynihan
1967-1968
Box NP 4
(108)

Man on Memorial Church steps and fashion shoot at Harvard Yard.

Professor portrait
1967 Spring
Box NP 4
(106)

Graduate theses.

Bill Baird and Madwoman of Chaillot
1967
Box NP 4
(109-18)
Black Minister
1967-1968
Box NP 4
(109-17)
Harvard architecture students
1967-1968
Box NP 4
(105)
Radcliffe dance and Donna Brooks
1967-1968
Box NP 4
(109-21)
Radcliff dance
1967-1968
Box NP 4
(109-22)
Radcliffe dance group
1967-1968
Box NP 4
(109-22)
Sol Linowitz
1967-1968
Box NP 4
(109-16)
Harvard fence painting
1967-1968
Box NP 4
(71)
Julian Carl Levy and Coffee
1967
Box NP 4
(109)
Harvard fence painting
1967-1968
Box NP 4
(72)
Adventure Playground
1971
Box NP 4
(1)
Adventure Playground
1971
Box NP 4
(3)
Adventure Playground
1971
Box NP 4
(4)
Adventure Playground
1971
Box NP 4
(5)
Adventure Playground
1971
Box NP 4
(6)
Carnival at Adventure Playground
1971
Box NP 4
(7)
Carnival at Adventure Playground
1971
Box NP 4
(10)
East Side Scenes
1971
Box NP 4
(12)
East Side Scenes
1971
Box NP 4
(8)

Won't move.

Lenox Hill Neighborhood Association teens
1971
Box NP 4
Lenox Hill Neighborhood Association trampoline
1971
Box NP 4
Lenox Hill Neighborhood Association trampoline
1971
Box NP 4
Lenox Hill Neighborhood Association trampoline
1971
Box NP 4
Lenox Hill Neighborhood Association miscellaneous
1971
Box NP 4
(11)
Lenox Hill Neighborhood Association teens
1971
Box NP 4
Lenox Hill Neighborhood Association teens
1971
Box NP 4
Lenox Hill Neighborhood Association toddlers and miscellaneous
1971
Box NP 4
Lenox Hill Neighborhood Association "We Won't Move"
1971
Box NP 4
Lenox Hill Neighborhood Association toddlers
1971
Box NP 4
(5)
Lenox Hill Neighborhood Association roof playground 2
1971
Box NP 4
Lenox Hill Neighborhood Association
1971
Box NP 4
Lenox Hill Neighborhood Association relocation
1971
Box NP 4
Lenox Hill Neighborhood Association pool and teens
1971
Box NP 4
Lenox Hill Neighborhood Association Playground
1971
Box NP 4
Old Lady with walker, curtains
1971
Box NP 4
Laura X, Philanthropist, Founder of Women's Library
1972
Box NP 5

Reception at Barbara Seaman's with Gloria Steinem, Jane O'Reilly, Phyllis Chessler (Author of Women and Madness).

Dana Hall
1972
Box NP 5
(1)
Dana Hall
1972
Box NP 5
(2)
Dana Hall
1972
Box NP 5
(3)
Dana Hall
1972
Box NP 5
(5)
Dana Hall
1972
Box NP 5
(6)
Dana Hall
1972
Box NP 5
(7)
Dana Hall
1972
Box NP 5
(8)
Dana Hall
1972
Box NP 5
(9)
Dana Hall
1972
Box NP 5
(10)

Phelps at New York Hilton.

Dana Hall
1972
Box NP 5
(13)
Dana Hall
1972
Box NP 5
(14)
Dana Hall
1972
Box NP 5
(15)
Dana Hall
1972
Box NP 5
(16)
Dana Hall
1972
Box NP 5
(17)
Dana Hall
1972
Box NP 5
(18)

St. Kitts student, second portrait.

Dana Hall
1972
Box NP 5
(19)
Dana Hall
1972
Box NP 5
(20)
Dana Hall
1972
Box NP 5
(21)
Dane Hall
1972
Box NP 5
(22)
Dana Hall
1972
Box NP 5
(23)
Dana Hall
1972
Box NP 5
(24)
Dana Hall, homemaking
1972
Box NP 5

Newton South High School, sewing from patterns class.

Dana Hall alums
1972
Box NP 5
Dana Hall
1972
Box NP 5
Dana Hall
1972
Box NP 5

Teaching.

Dana Hall
1972
Box NP 5

Music.

Dana Hall
1972
Box NP 5

Teaching.

Dana Hall
1972
Box NP 5

Music and craft fair.

Lenox Hill Neighborhood Association
1972
Box NP 5
Lenox Hill Neighborhood Association
1972
Box NP 5

Toddlers eating.

Lenox Hill Neighborhood Association
1972
Box NP 5

Kids boarding bus for summer camp.

Lenox Hill Neighborhood Association
1972
Box NP 5

Adventure playground with dome.

Lenox Hill Neighborhood Association
1972
Box NP 5

Toddlers on slide, at sink.

Lenox Hill Neighborhood Association
1972
Box NP 5

Shut in with visitor, helpers, and dogs.

Attorney General Louis Lefkowitz, John Rooney at the polls, Brooklyn
1972
Box NP 5
Brooklyn Marine Park
1972 Aug
Box NP 5

Butterfly catching, trash, Brooklyn Heights graffitti (Indian and Trash), Wyckoff House, car wash.

Syrian Shops
1972 Fall
Box NP 5

Atlantic Ave. in Brooklyn

Brooklyn Heights Promenade, Art Show, and Praying Statues
1972 Sept
Box NP 5
St. George Hotel in Brooklyn Heights
1972 Sept
Box NP 5
Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce "Market Place"
1972
Box NP 6
Poker Players at Coney Island and Sunset Park Brownstone Renovation
1972 Oct
Box NP 6
Charles Brette, Maintenance of Brooklyn Academy of Music, Farewell Party
1972
Box NP 6
Flatbush Ferry Ride, Back to School, Park Slope, and Prospect Boat House
1972 Sept
Box NP 6
Protest Planned Housing Project and Floyd Bennet Field
1972 Sept 14
Box NP 6
Red Hook block party
1972
Box NP 6

Two dogs in bar.

Canarsie Pier
1972
Box NP 6
House renovating, promenade, and Brooklyn Heights
1972
Box NP 6
Occupational Training Center, Brooklyn
1972
Box NP 6
Occupational Training Center, printing shop, leaving school and crossing guard, and fall flowers
1972 Sept
Box NP 6
Occupational Training Center, Brooklyn, bowling, cafeteria, kitchen arts, sewing, "jobs in restaurants and food service"
1972 Sept
Box NP 6
Peter Lugar's Bar in Brooklyn
1972 Sept
Box NP 6
Ed Murphy Speaking at Staten Island, Borough Hall
1973 Apr 29
Box NP 6
(22C(6)73)
Bill Nelson, Peter Clancy, Emily and editing Brainwave in its first incarnation
1973
Box NP 6
Ad Council, Virginia Knaver at podium
1973
Box NP 6
Celeroger's nieces at the Christmas tree
1973 Dec
Box NP 6
Joyce Fabrics, Standard Prudential
1972-1973
Box NP 6

Secretary under "standard" sign; Eve Kaplan with Ted Silbert.

Standard Prudential
1973 Nov 19
Box NP 6
(4)

Sterling Bank Branch, 1330 6th Avenue.

Standard Prudential
1973 Oct
Box NP 6
(2)
Standard Prudential
1973 Oct
Box NP 6
(1)
Mildred Brown portraits
1973
Box NP 6
Michael Moraux
1973
Box NP 6
Michael Moraux
1973
Box NP 6
Michael Moraux
1973
Box NP 6
Michael Moraux
1973
Box NP 6
Michael Moraux
1973
Box NP 6
Designer's Week
1973
Box NP 6
(1)

Two older women at Eleanor Lambert Beckson's, adulatory woman and man with cigar (Michael Moreau), table centerpiece with hat (woman's head), and Anne Klein 13A-15A.

Designer's Week
1973
Box NP 6
(2)

Models on the runway, Eleanor Lambert Beckson's.

Designer's Week
1973
Box NP 6
(3)

Woman holds up (#6), Sally Struthers (#12), and funny face (#9).

Designer's Week
1973
Box NP 6
(4)

Fashion show for cotton and model photographed between legs.

Designer's Week
1973
Box NP 6
(5)

Moreau and jewelry models, TV actresses with crowd.

Designer's Week
1973
Box NP 6
(6)

Tavern on the Green, product giveaways.

Designer's Week
1973
Box NP 6
(7)
Designer's Week
1973
Box NP 6
(8)

Two women blabbing.

Designer's Week
1973
Box NP 6
(9)

Women typing and miniskirt response (#6).

Designer's Week
1973
Box NP 6
(10)

Oscar de la Renta (#29), Ralph Lauren (#4, #5)

Designer's Week
1973
Box NP 6
(11)

Looking at jewerly on mannequins, Michael Moreau (#15), and more of the cotton show.

Designer's Week
1973
Box NP 6
(12)

Woman looking over glasses.

Designer's Week
1973
Box NP 6
(13)

Woman and hands pressed to a man (#5A), woman smoking (#8A), and model being led down runway (#16).

Designer's Week
1973
Box NP 6
(14)

Halston (#21A and 29A), women typing (#11), Pat Ast (#2 and #3), and different print dresses (#20).

Designer's Week
1973
Box NP 6
(15)

Eleanor Lambert Beckson (#6).

Cele's niece
1973 Dec
Box NP 6
Tom Jones
1973
Box NP 7
(1)
Tom Jones
1973
Box NP 7
(2)
Tom Jones
1973
Box NP 7
(3)
Cinandre
1974 Nov 2
Box NP 7
(1)

Make up, opening.

Cinandre
1974 Nov 2
Box NP 7
(2)
Cinandre
1974 Nov 2
Box NP 7
(3)
Cinandre
1974 Dec 2
Box NP 7
(4)
Cinandre
1974 Dec 2
Box NP 7
(5)
Cinandre
1974 Dec 2
Box NP 7
(6)
Cinandre
1974 Dec 2
Box NP 7
(7)
Cinandre
1974 Dec 2
Box NP 7
(8)
Cinandre
1974 Dec 2
Box NP 7
(9)
Ad Council
Box NP 7
(3)
Ad Council
1973-1975
Box NP 7
(4)
Ad Council
1973-1975
Box NP 7
(5)
Ad Council
1973-1975
Box NP 7
(6)
Ad Council
1973-1975
Box NP 7
(7)
Ad Council
1973-1975
Box NP 7
(8)
Ad Council
1973-1975
Box NP 7
(9)
Radcliffe Architects' Homes Tour
1973 Oct 31
Box NP 7
(1)
Radcliffe Architects' Homes Tour
1974 Oct 31
Box NP 7
(2)

New York City.

Tom Jones party
1974 Nov 2
Box NP 7
(1)
Tom Jones party
1974 Nov 2
Box NP 7
(2)
Tom Jones party
1974 Nov 2
Box NP 7
(3)
Tom Jones party
1974 Nov 2
Box NP 7
(4)
Tom Jones party
1974 Nov 2
Box NP 7
(5)
Brainwave
1975 Feb
Box NP 7
(4)
Brainwave
1975 Feb
Box NP 7
(5)
Brainwave
1975 Feb
Box NP 7
(6)
Brainwave
1975 Feb
Box NP 7
(7)
Brainwave
1975 Feb
Box NP 7
(11)
Brainwave
1975 Feb
Box NP 7
(12)
Brainwave
1975 Feb
Box NP 7
(14)
Brainwave
1975 Feb
Box NP 7
(13)
Brainwave
1975 Feb
Box NP 7
(15)
Brainwave
1975 Feb
Box NP 7
(16)
Brainwave
1975 Feb
Box NP 7
(17)
Brainwave
1975 Feb
Box NP 7
(18)
Bill Nelson, Hartford
1975
Box NP 7
Bill Nelson, Hartford
1975
Box NP 7
Bill Nelson, Hartford
1975
Box NP 7
Unidentified
ca. 1975
Box NP 7
Planetarium
1975 Summer
Box NP7
(16)
Planetarium
1975 Summer
Box NP 7
(17)
Planetarium
1975 Summer
Box NP 7
(19)
Planetarium
1975 Summer
Box NP 7
(20)
Marc Chartrand
1975 Apr
Box NP 7
(1)
Marc Chartrand
1975 Apr
Box NP 7
(2)
Marc Chartrand
1975 Apr
Box NP 7
(3)
Hayden Planetarium
1975 Apr
Box NP 8
(13)
Hayden Planetarium
1975 Apr
Box NP 8
(14)
Hayden Planetarium
1975 Apr
Box NP 8
(15)
Hayden Planetarium, 40th
1975 Oct 9
Box NP 8
Hayden Planetarium, 40th
1975 Oct 9
Box NP 8
Hayden Planetarium, 40th
1975 Oct 9
Box NP 8
(4-B)
Hayden Planetarium, 40th
1975 Oct 9
Box NP 8
(4-E)
Hayden Planetarium, 40th
1975 Oct 9
Box NP 8
(4-F)
Hayden Planetarium, 40th
1975 Oct 9
Box NP 8
(4-G)
Hayden Planetarium, 40th
1975 Oct 9
Box NP 8
(4-H)
Hayden Planetarium
1975 Dec 3
Box NP 8
(1)
Hayden Planetarium
1975 Dec 3
Box NP 8
(2)
Hayden Planetarium
1975 Dec 3
Box NP 8
(3)
Hayden Planetarium
1976 Jan 7
Box NP 8
(4)
Hayden Planetarium
1976 Jan 7
Box NP 8
(5)
Hayden Planetarium
1976 Jan 7
Box NP8
(6)
Hayden Planetarium
1976 Jan 7
Box NP 8
(7)
Hayden Planetarium
1976 Jan 7
Box NP 8
(8)
Hayden Planetarium
1976 Jan 7
Box NP 8
(10)
Hayden Planetarium
1976 Jan 7
Box NP 8
(11)
Hayden Planetarium
1976 Jan 7
Box NP 8
(12)
Opera Guild, Paris Opera Party at the Metropolitan Opera
1976 Sept 13
Box NP 8
(76-105-11)

Rolf Lieberman, Mirella Freni, Anthony Bliss, Schuyler and Mrs. Chapin.

Fraunces Tavern Museum Opening
1976 Nov 16
Box NP 7
(76-102-06 and 76-102-07)
Fraunces Tavern Museum Opening
1976 Nov 16
Box NP 7
(76-102-01)
Fraunces Tavern Museum Opening
1976 Nov 16
Box NP 7
(76-102-02)
Fraunces Tavern Museum Opening
1976 Nov 16
Box NP 7
(76-102-03)
Fraunces Tavern Museum Opening
1976 Nov 16
Box NP 7
(76-102-04)
Fraunces Tavern Museum Opening
1976 Nov 16
Box NP 7
(76-102-05)
Avi Grinblatt filming Dr. Herbert Katzin at Manhattan Eye and Ear
1976 Aug
Box NP 7

Patti, Leslie and Steve, Patti's Flamingos.

Award Reception for Andre Kertesz at French Cultural Services
1976 Nov 9
Box NP 7
(76-103-17)
French Cultural Services
1976 Jan 11
Box NP 8
(76-103-01)

Opening, new French photography.

French Cultural Services
1976 Jan 11
Box NP 8
(76-103-02)

Opening, new French photography.

French Cultural Services
1976 Mar 25
Box NP 8
(76-103-11)

Andre Kertesz and France exhibit opening.

French Cultural Services
1976 Mar 25
Box NP 8
(76-103-12)

Andre Kertesz opening.

French Cultural Services
1976 Mar 25
Box NP 8
(76-103-13)

Andre Kertesz opening.

French Cultural Services
1976 Mar 25
Box NP 8
(76-103-14)

Andre Kertesz opening.

French Cultural Services
1976 Mar 25
Box NP 8
(76-103-15)

Andre Kertesz opening.

French Cultural Services
1976 Mar 25
Box NP 8
(76-103-16)

Andre Kertesz opening.

Demachy opening
1976 Nov
Box NP 8
(76-103-19)

French Cultural Services.

Second International Festival of Women's Films
1976 Sept 13
Box NP 8
(76-104-02)

French Cultural Services opening night party with Dyan Cannon, Andre Gadaud (Cult. Chanc.), Jeanne Moreau, Claudia Weil, Andrea Marco Vicci, Kate Millett, Sylvia Miles, Dinah Maxwell-Smith.

French Embassy Party for Paris Opera
1976 Sept 8
Box NP 8
(76-105-07)

Ambassador Kosciusco-Morizet greeting Solti and wife, Andre Gadaud (Cult. Chanc.), Marion Javits.

Paris Opera
1976
Box NP 8
(76-105-08)
Paris Opera arrives at Kennedy
1976 Sept 6
Box NP 8
(76-105-01)
Paris Opera arrives at Kennedy
1976 Sept 6
Box NP 8
(76-105-02)
Paris Opera and Sir Georg Solti
1976 Sept 8
Box NP 8
(76-105-03)

Conducting Rehearsal, Marriage of Figaro.

Paris Opera's Marriage of Figaro
1976 Sept 6
Box NP 8
(76-105-04)

Kurt Moll as Dr. Bartholo.

Paris Opera at Metropolitan Opera
1976 Sept 6
Box NP 8
(76-105-05)

Kurt Moll as Dr. Bartholo, "Marriage of Figaro," wig dresser.

Paris Opera
1976
Box NP 8
(76-105-06)

Georg Solti and Anne Weinberg.

Opera Guild, Paris Opera party
1976 Sept 13
Box NP 8
(76-105-09)

Rolf Lieberman, Mirella Freni, Schuyler Chapin, and Anthony Bliss the Metropolitan Opera Executive Director.

Opera Guild, Paris Opera party
1976 Sept 13
Box NP 8
(76-105-10)

Rolf Lieberman, Schuyler Chapin and wife, and Anthony Bliss the Metropolitan Opera Executive Director.

Fashion as Fantasy
1976 Dec 3
Box NP 9
(76-106-01)

For Fountain House benefit; Rizzoli Bookstore.

Fashion as Fantasy
1976 Dec 3
Box NP 9
(76-106-02)
Fashion as Fantasy
1976 Dec 3
Box NP 9
(76-106-03)
Fashion as Fantasy
1976 Dec 3
Box NP 9
(76-106-04)
Fashion as Fantasy
1976 Dec 3
Box NP 9
(76-106-05)
Fashion as Fantasy
1976 Dec 3
Box NP 9
(76-106-06)
Fashion as Fantasy
1976 Dec 3
Box NP 9
(76-106-07)
Fashion as Fantasy
1976 Dec 3
Box NP 9
(76-106-08)
Fashion as Fantasy
1976 Dec 3
Box NP 9
(76-106-09)
Fashion as Fantasy
1976 Dec 3
Box NP 9
(76-106-10)

Rizzoli Show, benefit.

Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo
1976 Nov
Box NP 9
(1)

Posing with Shirley MacLaine.

Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo
1976 Nov
Box NP 9
(2)

With Shirley MacLaine.

Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo
1976 Nov
Box NP 9
(3)

Shirley MacLaine and Anne Obert Weinberg.

Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo
1976 Dec
Box NP 9
(4)

Rehearsal at Brooklyn Academy of Music.

Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo
1976 Dec
Box NP 9
(5)

Rehearsal at Brooklyn Academy of Music.

Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo
1976 Dec
Box NP 9
(6)

At Brooklyn Academy of Music, rehearsal of Les Biches.

Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo
1976 Dec
Box NP 9
(7, 8)

Rehearsal at Brooklyn Academy of Music of Les Biches; costumes and makeup.

Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo
1976 Dec
Box NP 9
(9)

Makeup.

Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo
1976 Dec
Box NP 9
(10)

Makeup.

Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo
1976 Dec
Box NP 9
(11)

Warm-up and performance.

Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo
1976 Dec
Box NP 9
(12)

Performance.

Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo
1976 Dec
Box NP 9
(13)

Performance.

Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo
1976 Dec
Box NP 9
(14)

Performance.

Costume Institute, Metropolitan Museum opening
1976
Box NP 9
(76-107-01)

Tom Jones.

Fashion Institute, Metropolitian Museum opening
1976
Box NP 9
(76-107-02)

Lee Radziwill, Peter Tufo, Andy Warhol, Jeannette McElvenny, Jay Mellon, and Jane and William Hitchcock.

Fashion Institute of the Metropolitian Museum
1976
Box NP 9
(76-107-03)

Diana Vreeland, Andy Warhol, and Marisa Berenson (in front of Josephine Baker costume).

Lowell Nesbitt
1976
Box NP 9
(76-108-01)

At Andrew Crispo Gallery opening night party.

Lowell Nesbitt
1976
Box NP 9
(76-108-02)
Lowell Nesbitt
1976
Box NP 9
(76-108-03)
Lowell Nesbitt
1976
Box NP 9
(76-108-04)
Lowell Nesbitt
1976
Box NP 9
(76-108-05)
Lowell Nesbitt
1976
Box NP 9
(76-108-06)
Lowell Nesbitt
1976
Box NP 9
(7)
Second International Festival of Women's Films
1976 Sept 13
Box NP 9
(76-104-01)

Opening night party, French Cultural Serivces; Leah Laiman (Director), Ruth Ford, Storm de Hirsch, Jeanne Moreau, Andre Gaduad.

Second International Festival of Women's Films
1976 Sept 13
Box NP 9
(76-104-03)

French Embassy opening night party; Leah Laiman (Director), Margarethe Von Trotta, Andrea Marcovicci (actress), Tammy Grimes, and Dyan Cannon.

Jeanne Moreau, portraits
1976 Sept 14
Box NP 9
(76-104-04)
Preakness (Pimlico Racetrack, Baltimore)
1976
Box NP 9

Jockey weigh in, fife and drum corps, Donald Duck.

Going into the Derby
1976 May
Box NP 9
Pimlico Racetrack
1976 May
Box NP 9
(2)

Jockey's room, Preakness paddock, saddling procedure, finish line mirror, into the starting gate.

Preakness
1976
Box NP 9

Govenor Marvin Mandel of Maryland; Fainer, jockey of winner.

Belmont
1976
Box NP 9
Pimlico Racetrack
1976 May
Box NP 9

The barns; trainers, Leroy Jolley (Honest Pleasure), Laz Barrera (Bold Fashion), Paul T. Adwell (Elocutionist - won Preakness), packing the legs, Bold Forbes, and feeding.

Bridge player, Connie McGinley
1976 July
Box NP 9
(1)
Bridge player, Connie McGinley
1976 July
Box NP 9
(2)
Howard Cosell roast
1976 Oct 6
Box NP 9
Skowhegan Schoool outing
1976 July 4
Box NP 9

New York skyline and spectators.

Skowhegan School outing and passengers
1976 July 4
Box NP 9

Jane and John Rodger Lane.

Kathy Johnson's birthday
1976 Jan 22
Box NP 10
(1 and 2)

21 Club.

Kathy Johnson's birthday
1976 Jan 22
Box NP 10
(3)

21 Club.

Kertesz at French Cultural Center
1976
Box NP 10
(76-103-18)
Tom Jones and Astronomers on Planetarium roof
1976
Box NP 10

Jeannette and Ralphie.

Prentiss
1976
Box NP 10

956 Fifth Ave.

Lubbavitch Rabbi's birthday, Brooklyn
1976
Box NP 10

Women's balcony.

Lubbavitch Rabbi's birthday, Brooklyn
1976
Box NP 10

Men's section; boys selling photos.

Planetarium, spring party
1976
Box NP 10

Robert Wagner, Sr.; Chris