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This collection consists of film scripts that closely follow the depiction of Asian characters in Hollywood film history. It includes drafts, revisions, and final shooting scripts of film screenplays dating from 1929-2003. The scripts illustrate portrayals of Asians by Caucasian actors, as well as Asian American actors.
Samuel Donald D'alfonzo was originally from Catonsville, Maryland and enlisted in the United States Army in October 1942. The collection consists of nearly 220 letters sent during World War II (1940-1946) from his mother, close friends, fellow soldiers, and girlfriends.
Sergio Cervetti left his native Uruguay in 1962 to study composition in the United States, graduating with a degree from the Peabody Conservatory in 1967 and later teaching music at the Tisch School of the Arts at New York University from 1972 to 1997. As a composer, he wrote more than 100 works drawing from electronic music, folk elements, European tradition, and minimalist aesthetics. The Sergio Cervetti papers contain scores and recordings of his works.
The collection consists of letters from out-of-town guests as well as Baltimoreans regarding attendance at the sesquicentennial celebration.
The collection consists of approximately 230, loose photographs and photostats of title pages used as plates in the published volume: Seventeenth Century Maryland: A Bibliography published in 1949.
This collection contains printed scores of Jewish sacred and folk music by multiple composers.
The collection consists of six typescripts from the International Commission of Judges which was convened to investigate the uprising of May 30, 1925, in Shanghai, which resulted in the deaths of 11 students.
Manuscript sheet music depicting an arrangement of the Thomas Moore poem "Calm in His Mother's Eyes," 1832. The name of the creator cannot be read.
This collection contains a 1913 photograph of Rupert Brooke, a poet famous for his war sonnets who died in World War I.