Subject Source: Lcnaf
Found in 88 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents Folder contains eleven sheets from a stamp collection album with spaces for ten stamps on each page. Stamps have been pasted on and many have other markings indicating that had been used to mail something before they were collected. Number written under each stamp with a total calculated at the bottom of each page. Ninty-four stamps total; only a few have come loose from their adheasive.
Overview The front of the postcard shows a three-story building and a wagon. Two women are looking out of second-story windows. The translation of the German handwritten on the back of the postcard: ''To Mr. Sidney Israelski, For the pleasant memory of Germany on the banks of the beautiful Rhine, a dear enemy dedicates this picture to you. Your quarters where daily you came in and out on a daily basis from December 14, 1918 until July 13, 1919. Pfaffendorf near Coblenz on the Rhine on July, 9, 1919,...
Overview Seven candid photographs of choreographer and dancer Mary Wigman during rehearsals.
Overview Rieke Love recounts her childhood training in Koblenz, Germany. She was accepted into the Stadt Theatre to study ballet at age seven and remained there until 1940. She talks about her formal, intellectual, education and how important literature, the arts and research were in her dance training. She compares dance training in America to Europe stating how ''poorly educated'' American dancers are. Love states that her education and her dance were ''a total environment of artistic saturation.''...
Overview The Rosenwalds were early residents of New Mexico.
Overview This scrapbook contains family photos of the Loeb Family starting around 1929 and ending around 1944. The scrapbook itself is covered with a multicolored striped fabric and bound with a decorative fabric cord. The pages are black, and there are pages of spiderweb patterned tissue paper between each page. Many pictures are loose in the book. The front of the book has pictures of Ernest Loeb as a child, and later pages have pictures of Ernest as a soldier in WWII.