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Call Number: MS165
Scope and Contents: This collection contains oral histories, transcripts, and images recorded with senior intellectuals from West Bengal and Bangladesh who were born in the years from 1920 to c. 1950. This collection provides the opportunity to explore South Asian history in ways that problematize national and regional frames of historical analysis. Interviewees reflect on historical events from the era of freedom struggle to the rise of nation-states, including the partition of India and Pakistan in 1947, and the...
Dates: 2006 -- 2015
Call Number: MS209
Scope and Contents: This collection contains slides from David Johnson documenting his work with the culture and lives of the Orma people in Kenya.
Dates: 1990 -- 1999
Call Number: MS122
Scope and Contents: This collection contains audio and textual files created to provide access to David Locke's collection of Agbadza and Dagomba drumming and song.
Dates: 1988 -- 2011
Call Number: MS133
Scope and Contents: This collection contains original musical compositions, concert programs, correspondence and manuscripts of the Korean-American composer and musicologist, Donald Sur.
Dates: bulk 1970 -- 1999, 1965 -- 1999
Call Number: MS008
Scope and Contents: In the course of writing his two books, "The von Richthofen Sisters" (1974), and "The Mountain of Truth" (1986), Tufts University professor Martin Green collected original letters given to him by Else von Richthofen, and secondary material relating to his work studying the Ascona movement. The principals in the correspondence are Else von Richthofen-Jaffe and Frieda Schloffer-Gross. Else von Richthofen-Jaffe was the sister of Frieda Weekley, wife of the British...
Dates: bulk 1900 -- 1915, 1898 -- 1984
Call Number: MS175
Scope and Contents: This collection contains correspondence, photographs, postcards, slide inventories, slides, and travel itinerary notes. Materials in this collection are dated from 1955 to 1998. Professor Margaret Henderson Floyd used these slides in classroom instruction and for her research: they depict buildings, rooms, architects, terra cotta items, sculptures, and paintings from the United States, Central America, and Europe (such as England, Germany, and Italy). These slides also depict images from...
Dates: 1955 -- 1998
Call Number: MS190
Scope and Contents: The digital files in this collection were created by Marie-Claire Beaulieu of the Classics Department as part of her research and teaching activities. The collection includes images and transcriptions of Greek epitaphs.
Call Number: MS101
Scope and Contents: This collection contains a leaf from an illuminated manuscript collected by Seymour O. Simches.
Dates: circa 1300
Call Number: MS174
Scope and Contents: This collection, donated by Mark Pokras, contains digital and paper records dating related to the Wild Bird Pathology Database from 2006 to 2011. The digital files include spreadsheets, images from the Mark Pokras dead bird collection, a database, application code, an XML website, and the data dictionary. The paper records consists of another copy of the data dictionary, dated 2011, which brings together the appendices of the database, and includes lists of bird classification web resources,...
Call Number: MS216
Scope and Contents: This collection contains the papers of William Moomaw. It documents his work as a professor at the Fletcher School, including class materials, lecture notes, and bound research materials.
Dates: 1992 -- 2014