Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Record Group — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents
This record group contains materials pertaining to the art on campus including correspondence, newsprint, and inventories. Additionally, it also holds artwork depicting the Holy Cross campus. The record group is divided into three series: Statues and Sculptures; Campus Art; and Mark Waitkus Watercolors.
Found in: Archives / Campus Art
Cantor Art Gallery
Scope and Contents The Cantor Gallery Records are organized into three series: Donor Records, Administrative Records and Exhibits. The first series, Donor Records, includes information about the founders of the gallery, B. and Iris Cantor, as well as the Cantor Foundation's Rodin collection. This series mostly consists of newsprint dating from 1976 to 1981. The Administrative Records series contains correspondence, news clippings and press releases about the day to day running of Cantor Gallery. The final...
Found in: Archives / Cantor Art Gallery
Fatherless Children of France Collection
Scope and Contents The collection contains autographs, manuscripts, photographs and artwork from some of the greatest names in literature, art, politics and the military of the First World War era. In addition to the materials forming “Their Book,” this collection also contains items that ultimately were not included in the final collection to be auctioned, and correspondence of Anna O’Neill Johnson pertaining to the formation of the collection and auction. Additionally, there are a few items associated with...
Fatherless Children of France – Felton Hall Scrapbook
Item — Box SC056-FATH-001
Scope and Contents This collection consists of one volume of material relating to the donations to the campaign known as the “Fatherless Children of France” by the residents and employees of Felton Hall in Cambridge, MA. The records, all pasted in the volume, consists of receipts, the names of donors, acknowledgements, correspondence, photographs, postcards. Several donations of $36.50 were made and an orphan named Henri Hautemayon was the beneficiary of the money. There are letters of thanks from Henri with...
Ralph Albert Blakelock Sketches
Collection — Box SC002-BLAK-001
Scope and Contents
This collection contains five small ink sketches of mountains. The sketches are signed and most are annotated with locations. There are numbers on the backs but it is unclear if this was done by Blakelock or at a later date.
Dates: circa 1870-1919
Stearns Family Papers
Scope and Contents This collection contains the papers of Frank Stearns and his son, Foster Stearns as well as his wife Martha Stearn and her father, John F. Genung. Materials in the collection date from 1882 to 1966. It is arranged into the following four series: Frank Stearns; Foster and Martha Stearns; Art and Objects belonging to Foster and Martha Stearns and John F. Genung. The Frank Stearns series consists of one box of correspondence and a political scrapbook from August 1923, when Calvin...
Found in: Distinctive Collections / Stearns Family Papers