Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
Overview The Annabelle Thompson Kilgore collection contains items from 1966-1994 that document Kilgore's personal and professional life both as a photographer and educator and includes a profile, newspaper clippings, photographs of Atlanta, Africa, and African American photographers James Van Der Zeee and Prentice Harmon (P. H.) Polk, four of which are known to be the work of Mrs. Kilgore, a playbill for Katherine Dunham and her company, programs, brochures, and display materials on African American...
Overview The collection consists of public relations flyers and programs, bibliographies, a history of the Auburn Avenue branch, and articles about early library service to African Americans in Atlanta. It documents the activities of the Auburn and West Hunter branches of the Atlanta Public library from 1950-1957, library service to African Americans during that period, and the social and educational activities of the Auburn Avenue community.
Overview The collection, created by Atlanta University scholar David Frederick Dorsey, consists of programs, newsletters, flyers, and clippings related to dance and other performing arts between 1972 and 1990 and pamphlets and reports dated 1928 and from 1979 to 1983 documenting the political situation in southern Africa. The Alvin Ailey Dance Theater, the Atlanta Ballet, Jomandi Productions, Clark Atlanta University student groups, and international dance troupes are represented within the collection.
Scope and Contents Highlights of the Frederick Hall collection in the Auburn Avenue Research Library Archives Division are 228 testimonials and correspondence dating from 1939 to 1950. Also included is one scrapbook of clippings, programs, flyers and other materials documenting Dr. Hall's tenure at Dillard University.
Dates: Majority of material found within 1939 - 1975
Overview The collection, spanning 1934 to 1993 with the bulk from 1951 to 1986, consists of Jessie Thelma Beasley Archer's personal papers and documents her professional life at Morehouse College, involvement in various social, religious, and professional organizations including the Q-Ettes, the Professional Secretaries Club, and Professional Women of Atlanta, and several historically black colleges and universities including Spelman College, Atlanta University, Morehouse College, Tuskegee Institute,...
Dates: Majority of material found within Bulk, 1951-1986; Bulk, 1951-1986 1934-1993 1951-1986
Overview The collection consists materials collected about African American scholar and artist Lisa Ann Pertillar-Brevard dating from 1986 to 1996 including biographical information, newspaper and magazine articles on a variety of subjects including education, copies of periodicals and publications to which she has contributed, publications of the University of Maryland that pertain to African American issues, and various brochures and pamphlets.
Overview The Lucille V. Hill papers contains items from 1942 to 1994 created by or about Lucille V. Hill and her son, James A. Hill, Jr., of Oregon and includes invitations, certificates, newspaper articles, yearbooks of Tuskegee Institute, plaques, photographs, a scrapbook, event programs, videotapes and audiotapes, books, and artifacts, high school newsletters, political campaign materials, and photographs. The collection documents Lucille Hill's involvement in community development and the provision...
Overview The National Conclave of Grady Graduate Nurses, an organization of professional nurse graduates of Grady Memorial Hospital School of Nursing in Atlanta, is devoted to maintaining and publicizing the history of the school, which existed 1917-1982, and its founder, Mrs. Ludie Andrews; to fostering high standards of nursing and health care; and to engaging the issues facing African Americans in the nursing profession. The collection contains the Conclave's records and personal papers of members,...
Dates: Majority of material found within Bulk, 1972-2003; Bulk, 1972-2003 1917-2003 1972-2003
Overview The collection contains a scrapbook covering the period of 1919 to 1996 that includes documents club activities, minutes from 1985 to 1996, program announcements, biographical sketches of performers, and a proclamation from former Atlanta Mayor Bill Campbell declaring Utopian Literary Club day.