SC. Special Collections
Found in 38 Collections and/or Records:
American Ballet Theater and NYC Ballet Collection of Programs, Newsletters, Repertory Notes, and Clippings
This collection consists of programs, repertory notes, publicity, and other ephemera related to the productions of several performing arts organizations in New York City.
The Celia Pérez Zinester Ephemera Collection contains correspondence to Celia Pérez from fellow zinester and friend Keight Bergmann, photographs, stickers, postcards, a screenprint and other ephemera.
This collection contains multiple VHS and cassette tapes containing the film and music depicting the mood and thoughts of women in the zine community at this time. There are multiple ads that show how zines were ordered, call for submissions, and flyers for Riot Grrrl conventions. There are also six t-shirts included in this collection.
This collection contains socialist and second wave feminist research files and publications including journal articles, pamphlets, transcribed speeches, and magazines.
This collection contains correspondence to Bose, flyers, newsletters, and publications.
Dianne Smith (born 1965) is a contemporary artist working from Harlem, New York. The contents of the Dianne Smith Papers include her art making and art practice materials, her teaching materials, personal and family documents, and photographs.
This collection consists of administrative records, biographical files, and materials such as banners, posters, and t-shirts, regarding the activities of the East End Women's Alliance, a feminist group active from 1970 - 1999 in the Hamptons, New York.
This collection consists of personal and biographical archival materials -- photographs and articles -- relating to the life and work of Gloria Fokine. A ballet instructor and teacher in New York City with her partner Leon Fokine, Gloria was born in Havana, Cuba and would travel extensively in her career as a choreographer and dancer in Russia, France and the materials focus on life and work primarily in the 1950s-70s.
The Zine Correspondence Collection consists of Jenna Freedman’s work as the Barnard Zine Librarian. It includes her communication with zinesters, zine distros, teachers, and libraries about the Zine Collection and zines more generally, as well as Freedman’s involvement in zine events.
This collection contains various zines and zine production, advertisement, and distribution materials created by Jennifer Bleyer, Bleyer's correspondence, journals, and other zine-related ephemera.
This collection consists of records, related to the Supreme Court case Planned Parenthood v. Casey, that were collected and created by laywer and educator Kathryn (Kitty) Kolbert.
This collection contains 50 World War I and World War II propaganda posters from the United States.
This collection contains records collected and maintained by Maggie Leigh Groff during her tenure as the Director of Public Affairs for Planned Parenthood Association of Bucks County, now a part of Planned Parenthood Keystone. The records are related to advocay for and campaigns related to the Abortion Control Act.
The collection consists of letters, manuscripts, and books of American women authors collected by Bertha Van Riper Overbury, Barnard Class of 1896. It includes correspondence with the dealers she used to collect the material, clippings related to the material, and catalog cards for the letters, manuscripts, and books in the collection.
This collection documents Sabra Moore’s involvement in the Women’s Art Movement, Women’s Caucus for Art, Women Artists in Revolution, Heresies Collective, and other feminist artist groups based in New York City from the 1970s to the mid-1990s. The collection consists of flyers, publications, artwork, t-shirts, correspondence, photographs, and protest ephemera conceived of, and created by, Moore and her artist colleagues.
The Sawyer Lovett Zine Ephemera Collection contains original zine flats, phocopied stacks of Lovett's zines, hand-drawn posters, poetry edits, Bunny Ears Distro cards, and misc. postcards. Lovett's work thematically explores mental health, queerness, feminism, transmasculinity, and fandom culture.