Graphic arts -- Study and teaching -- New York (State) -- New York -- 20th century
Subject Source: Local sources
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Summary Collection consists of Adele Mowton DuBreuil's diploma from the New York School of Fine and Applied Art (now, Parsons School of Design) in advertising display, a black and white photographic portrait of her as a young woman after graduation, and 24 small, black and white photographic prints depicting her graphic design work from her time as a student, 1917-1919. Most of the designs are advertisements for consumer goods, although two are World War One propaganda posters encouraging the...
Dates: 1917 - 1923; Majority of material found within 1917 - 1919
Abstract Completed by Burton Schuman while a student at Parsons School of Design in 1947-1948 for an advertising design class taught by Betty Carter, the collection includes sketches, illustrations and advertising designs.
Dates: 1947 - 1948
Summary Collection consists of twenty dummies created at Parsons School of Design by students in an Editorial Design course taught by Cipe Pineles. The course was situated in the Graphic Design (later Communication Design) Department. One of the dummies is Pineles's, used as an example for her students, titled, Ah, Me.
Dates: 1970 or 1971
Summary Jane Campbell Bannerman studied graphic design and illustration at the New York School of Fine and Applied Art (now Parsons School of Design), graduating in 1930. She worked for several New York-based firms, including McMillen, Inc., as a graphic and interior designer, and later opened her own textile design and interior decorating business. The collection primarily consists of student work, commercial design work, and travel watercolors, as well as clippings, photographs, and printed materials.
Dates: circa 1927 - circa 1990
Summary Consists of two illustrations completed by Margaret Schmid (1922-2001) for an advertising design course at Parsons School of Design. After graduating in 1947. Schmid, whose name changed when she married Paul Hartelius, Jr., went on to a successful fifty-year career as an illustrator and children's book author.
Dates: 1946 - 1947
Overview Parsons School of Design was established in 1896 and became affiliated with The New School as the university's art and design college in 1970. New School Archives staff assembled this collection of audiovisual materials, exhibition catalogs, posters, publications, student work, and other assorted formats from multiple departmental transfers and personal donations by Parsons School of Design faculty, students and administrative staff beginning in 2009.
Abstract The Parsons School of Design Centenary Oral History Project consists of recorded sound interviews with twelve individuals as well as two audio monologues by the project's manager, Martica Sawin. These interviews, all recorded in 1994, cover the history of different academic departments and design disciplines over the course of the twentieth century as experienced by leading former and then-current instructors and administrators. Recordings are all in English.
Abstract Roselaine Boylan studied graphic design and illustration at Parsons School of Design in the late 1920s-early 1930s. The hand-drawn commercial artwork in this collection represents five assignments from her classes.
Dates: circa 1929 - 1930