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Summary Frieda Wunderlich (b.1884-d.1965) was a member of the University-in-Exile (also known as the Graduate Faculty, later known as the New School for Social Research). A professor, political representative and editor of an anti-Nazi magazine in her native Germany, Wunderlich came to the New School in 1933 and continued her research on social problems, labor markets and resource allocation, while teaching into the 1950s. The collection consists of files and topically-themed notebooks, presumably...
Dates: circa 1912-1960s
Collection — Multiple Containers
Abstract The Galimir Quartet was a string ensemble originally founded by Austrian siblings Felix, Adrienne, Renée, and Marguerite Galimir in 1927, but disbanded when the Jewish musicians fled Austria in 1936. Brother Felix (1910-1999) re-established the Galimir Quartet in the United States in 1938 with new players, eventually finding a home for the quartet at Mannes College of Music, where he taught, around 1980. The collection consists of published scores with annotations and markings made by members...
Dates: 1894-1990, undated
Summary This record group consists of video recordings, clippings, printed publicity samples and advertising campaign materials, and topical office files, which include a large number of press releases, created by George Calderaro in his capacity as director of publicity for what is now, in 2019, The New School's Schools of Public Engagement. Calderaro led the New School Communications Office, which was later subsumed into the Marketing and Communications unit, from 1995 until 2005.
Dates: 1975 - 2005; Majority of material found within 1995 - 2005
Summary Giuseppe Zambonini (1942-1990) was an Italian-born and, for much of his life, New York-based, architect, interior designer, theater director, and teacher. This collection contains project material in a variety of mediums pertaining to Zambonini’s architectural and design career, as well as items related to his tenure as dean of the New York School of Interior Design (NYSID), founder and head of the Open Atelier of Design (OAD), and director of the architecture program at the Georgia Institute...
Dates: 1949 - 2013
Summary The collection consists of showroom books for the Givenchy Nouvelle Boutique of New York City, 1972-1974. The showroom books include price lists, garment sketch reproductions, and fabric swatches.
Dates: 1972 - 1974
Summary The graduate school at the New School was established in 1933 as the Graduate Faculty of Political and Social Science. In its early years, the school was often referred to as the University in Exile. The division's name was changed in 2005 to the New School for Social Research (NSSR). This collection comprises a compilation of materials related to the school gathered from a variety of sources by librarians in the Raymond Fogelman Library over a number of years. Materials include documentation...
Dates: 1926 - 2012
Abstract Audio and video recordings of events sponsored by the Graduate Faculty of the New School for Social Research, 1959-2007. The graduate school at the New School was established in 1933 as the Graduate Faculty of Political and Social Science. In its early years, the school was often referred to as the University in Exile. The division's name was changed in 2005 to the New School for Social Research (NSSR).
Dates: 1959 - 2007; Majority of material found within 1982 - 2007
Scope and Contents The Graduate Faculty of Political and Social Science, often referred to in its early years as the University in Exile, was established in 1933. This collection consists of minutes from meetings from the time the Graduate Faculty was established through 1968. Minutes of the Executive Faculty Meetings (1933-1968) are bound into four volumes. Some of the unbound minutes duplicate these, but the unbound files also include ancillary materials such as drafts, dissertation defense announcements,...
Dates: 1933 - 1968
Scope and Contents This collection consists of working papers, numbered 1-56 (with some gaps in numbering), originating from the Committee on Political Economy of the New School for Social Research. The numbers were assigned by the Committee and follow a rough chronological order. Authors include Thomas I. Palley, David M. Gordon, Willi Semmler, and Alice H. Amsden.
Dates: 1988 - 1994
Summary Seven black and white photographic prints by New York-based photographer Hank O'Neal, from a series documenting artist Richard Hambleton's Shadow Man paintings, which were painted on the walls of buildings around Manhattan's East Village in 1981 and 1982.
Dates: photographed 1982; printed 2013
- Language: English X
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- Clippings (information artifacts) 34
- Fashion design 34
- Universities and colleges -- United States -- Administration 30
- Women's clothing 30 ∧ less
- New School (New York, N.Y.) 44
- Parsons School of Design 40
- New School for Social Research (New York, N.Y. : 1919-1997). Graduate Faculty 26
- New School for Social Research (New York, N.Y. : 1919-1997) 22
- New York School of Fine and Applied Art 19
- New School (New York, N.Y.). New School Archives and Special Collections 17
- Eugene Lang College 11
- Johnson, Alvin Saunders, 1874-1971 11
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- Parsons School of Design. Interior Design Department 11 ∧ less
- French 19
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- Spanish; Castilian 8
- Italian 5
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