The collection of Louis F. Budenz, writer, labor activist, Communist supporter, and later anti-Communist advocate, consists of an array of publications, ephemeral materials, and correspondence he collected on Communism in the United States and abroad.
Phillips Memorial Library, Special and Archival Collections
Rhode Island School of Design. Museum
of Art. Office of the Director Exhibition files
14.75 linear feet
The Museum Director's Exhibition files, 1948-1983, provide a varied and uneven source of information for exhibitions during this period. The records may document the exhibition and/or social events associated with an exhibition.
The Heinrich Schwarz papers document his personal and
professional correspondence, 1940-1953, while at the Rhode Island School of
Art and include records documenting the activities of employees before and
after his tenure, 1926-1942 and 1954-1970.
The personal papers of the John Austin Stevens Jr. family of New York and Newport, including correspondence, historical research, published articles and poetry and other papers by various family members. This collection notably contains a hand-drawn map of Valley Forge possibly created by Louis Lebègue Duportail, dated approximately 1777.
Contains correspondence and other documents created by, related to, or collected by the ancestors of the Winslow family, following the descendants of Henry Brevoort, Jr. and his wife Laura Carson through the Kane, Bristed, and Winslow families; includes collected materials of historical value created by prominent figures in American history.