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Concept Sketchbook, December 1968-July 1969, John Fischetti Dec 1968

Concept Sketchbook, December 1968-July 1969, John Fischetti

Notebooks

A concept sketchbook created by editorial cartoonist, John R. Fischetti with content from December 1968 through July 1969 containing preliminary sketches of political cartoons and ideas for his daily editorial cartoons. Topics include: Spiro Agnew, the Arab-Israeli conflict, and Richard Nixon.


R.M.S. Franconia, Captain's Farewell Dinner Menu, Thursday, October 24, 1968, Cunard Line Oct 1968

R.M.S. Franconia, Captain's Farewell Dinner Menu, Thursday, October 24, 1968, Cunard Line

The Brown University Alumnus Travel Menu Collection

Cunard Line, R.M.S. Franconia. Bermuda Cruise. Captain's Farewell Dinner Menu, Thursday, October 24, 1968.

Harry de Segh, Captain; J. Sawyer, Hotel Manager; W.K. Ransom, Chef de Cuisine.


R.M.S. Franconia, Luncheon Menu, Thursday, October 24, 1968, Cunard Line Oct 1968

R.M.S. Franconia, Luncheon Menu, Thursday, October 24, 1968, Cunard Line

The Brown University Alumnus Travel Menu Collection

Cunard Line, R.M.S. Franconia. Bermuda Cruise. Luncheon Menu, Thursday, October 24, 1968.

Harry de Segh, Captain; J. Sawyer, Hotel Manager; W.K. Ransom, Chef de Cuisine.


R.M.S. Franconia, Luncheon Menu, Wednesday, October 23, 1968, Cunard Line Oct 1968

R.M.S. Franconia, Luncheon Menu, Wednesday, October 23, 1968, Cunard Line

The Brown University Alumnus Travel Menu Collection

Cunard Line, R.M.S. Franconia. Bermuda Cruise. Luncheon Menu, Wenesday, October 23, 1968.

Harry de Segh, Captain; J. Sawyer, Hotel Manager; W.K. Ransom, Chef de Cuisine.


R.M.S. Franconia, Dinner Menu, Tuesday, October 22, 1968, Cunard Line Oct 1968

R.M.S. Franconia, Dinner Menu, Tuesday, October 22, 1968, Cunard Line

The Brown University Alumnus Travel Menu Collection

Cunard Line, R.M.S. Franconia. Bermuda Cruise. Dinner Menu, Tuesday, October 22, 1968.

Harry de Segh, Captain; J. Sawyer, Hotel Manager; W.K. Ransom, Chef de Cuisine.


R.M.S. Franconia, Dinner Menu, Monday, October 21, 1968, Cunard Line Oct 1968

R.M.S. Franconia, Dinner Menu, Monday, October 21, 1968, Cunard Line

The Brown University Alumnus Travel Menu Collection

Cunard Line, R.M.S. Franconia. Bermuda Cruise. Dinner Menu, Monday, October 21, 1968.

Harry de Segh, Captain; J. Sawyer, Hotel Manager; W.K. Ransom, Chef de Cuisine.


R.M.S. Franconia, Luncheon Menu, Monday, October 21, 1968, Cunard Line Oct 1968

R.M.S. Franconia, Luncheon Menu, Monday, October 21, 1968, Cunard Line

The Brown University Alumnus Travel Menu Collection

Cunard Line, R.M.S. Franconia. Bermuda Cruise. Luncheon Menu, Monday, October 21, 1968.

Harry de Segh, Captain; J. Sawyer, Hotel Manager; W.K. Ransom, Chef de Cuisine.


Ua11/2 Southern Sculpture: 68, Wku Public Relations Oct 1968

Ua11/2 Southern Sculpture: 68, Wku Public Relations

WKU Archives Records

Press release announcing Southern Sculpture: 68 art exhibition.


Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 18, No. 1, Carter W. Craigie, Robert D. Bethke, Mary Ellen Brown Lewis, Clarissa Smith, John D. Milner, George Valentine Massey Ii, A. P. Body, Don Yoder, Millard E. Gladfelter, Homer L. Kreider, Charles D. Spotts Oct 1968

Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 18, No. 1, Carter W. Craigie, Robert D. Bethke, Mary Ellen Brown Lewis, Clarissa Smith, John D. Milner, George Valentine Massey Ii, A. P. Body, Don Yoder, Millard E. Gladfelter, Homer L. Kreider, Charles D. Spotts

Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine

• Tanning in Chester County, Pennsylvania, 1711-1850
• Chester County Widow Wills (1714-1800), A Folklife Source
• Folk Elements in Scotch-Irish Presbyterian Communities
• The Thomas Massey House
• Passengers on the Ketch "Endeavour"
• The Medical Plants of Berks County, Pennsylvania
• Notes and Documents: A Dunkard Love Feast ; Jacob Graeff's Reminiscences of Reading
• Symposium on the Pennsylvania Dutch Dialect
• Farm Dress: Folk-Cultural Questionnaire No. 9


Nancy Sayles Day Collection Of Modern Latin American Art, Daniel Robbins Oct 1968

Nancy Sayles Day Collection Of Modern Latin American Art, Daniel Robbins

Books

Since 1966, when its first acquisitions of modem Latin American art were exhibited and published, the Nancy Sayles Day Collection has continued to provide the Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design with its greatest opportunity for participating in the adventure of the present.


Arts And Events - Fall, 1968, Usm Art Department Oct 1968

Arts And Events - Fall, 1968, Usm Art Department

Exhibitions

The Concert-Lecture Series
The College Art Gallery
Student Performances
The Film Series


Concept Sketchbook, August-October 1968, John Fischetti Aug 1968

Concept Sketchbook, August-October 1968, John Fischetti

Notebooks

A concept sketchbook created by editorial cartoonist, John R. Fischetti with content from August through December 1968 containing preliminary sketches of political cartoons and ideas for his daily editorial cartoons. Topics include: Spiro Agnew, Apollo 7, and Richard Nixon.


A Study Of Majolica Pottery Decoration, Robert Sutton Rae Aug 1968

A Study Of Majolica Pottery Decoration, Robert Sutton Rae

All Master's Theses

It was the purpose of this study to investigate the origin and development of majolica decoration and to execute original variations of these techniques on pottery made by the candidate.


A Series Of Original Paintings In Water Soluble Paint Employing Mixed Media And Experimental Techniques, E. Wayne Swanson Aug 1968

A Series Of Original Paintings In Water Soluble Paint Employing Mixed Media And Experimental Techniques, E. Wayne Swanson

All Master's Theses

This thesis was a creative investigation of mixed media using water soluble paints in order to further develop experimental techniques. Painting was limited to watercolor pigments, tempera, polymer tempera, acrylics, Elmer's glue, water, ink stick, or other materials that relate to water soluble media. The development of the problem helped the candidate to draw conclusions about the technique, development, application, and experimentation of this mixed media. This study was written so that one can understand the terminology and investigation procedures and use this as a departure point for further study using water soluble mixed media.


Ua1d Southern Sculpture: 68, Southern Association Of Sculptors Jul 1968

Ua1d Southern Sculpture: 68, Southern Association Of Sculptors

Faculty/Staff Personal Papers

Exhibition catalog for Southern Sculpture: 68 traveling exhibit.


Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 17, No. 4, Earl F. Robacker, Ada Robacker, Henry Snyder Gehman, Mabel Snyder, Phares H. Hertzog, Maurice A. Mook, Lester O. Troyer, Edna Eby Heller, William Jay Bryan, Mac E. Barrick, Fay Mcafee Winey Jul 1968

Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 17, No. 4, Earl F. Robacker, Ada Robacker, Henry Snyder Gehman, Mabel Snyder, Phares H. Hertzog, Maurice A. Mook, Lester O. Troyer, Edna Eby Heller, William Jay Bryan, Mac E. Barrick, Fay Mcafee Winey

Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine

• Floral Motifs in Dutchland's Art
• What the Pennsylvania Dutch Dialect Has Meant in My Life
• How I Make Soap
• Pennsylvania German Snakelore
• Amish Nicknames
• Amish Nicknames from Holmes County, Ohio
• Folk Festival Program
• Festival Highlights
• Pennsylvania Dutch Cooking Today and Yesterday
• Folk Medicine in Butler County, Pennsylvania
• Finger Games and Rhymes
• Huckleberry Picking on Shade Mountain
• Mealtimes and Table Settings: Folk-Cultural Questionnaire #8


A Series Of Original Oil Paintings, Donald John Campbell Jul 1968

A Series Of Original Oil Paintings, Donald John Campbell

All Master's Theses

It was the purpose of this study: (1) to examine, through visual and written form, the process of externalization-- the painting process, and (2) to, as objectively as possible, analyze the paintings, as objects, that are separate from the self of the artist.


A Series Of Original Prints With The Human Image As An Important Compositional Element, John Paul Morgan Jul 1968

A Series Of Original Prints With The Human Image As An Important Compositional Element, John Paul Morgan

All Master's Theses

It was the purpose of this study to investigate and explore the use of the human image as a compositional element in a series of original prints. All of the available printmaking techniques within the knowledge of this artist were called upon to best express concepts and forms which he desired to portray. Three avenues of approach were used in the development of the print: (1) Transferring sketches made directly from the nude model onto the plate and developing the plate for the appropriate form of printmaking, (2) Developing the printmaking plate intuitively without sketches or preplanning, and (3) Planning ...


The Investigation Of Figure-Ground Relationships In Painting, Barbara H. Jones Jul 1968

The Investigation Of Figure-Ground Relationships In Painting, Barbara H. Jones

All Master's Theses

The thesis problem involved the investigation of figure-ground relationships in painting. This study dealt with varying experiments in space, color relationships, the juxtaposition of form, and value relationships. The media used were those common to oil, watercolor and drawing. The investigation entailed the development of form and space relationships in a series of paintings. The study included a critical evaluation regarding achievement of the expressive aims, and the conclusions drawn from individual paintings, as well as from the series. The fundamental locus lay within the figure-ground relationship and that has been the emphasis.


The Lantern Vol. 34, No. 2, May 1968, Thomas Miller, Lance Diskan, Gregory Epler, Gerald Miller, Timothy C. Coyne, David Burkhardt, Vicki Van Horn, L. Barry Erb, Linda Richtmyre, Sharyn L. Negus, Linda Dimauro, Howard Solomon, Yolanda Roth, Margaret S. Wright, George Eastburn, William Norcross, Lee March, Robert Macfarland, Barbara Ann Bald, Wilhelmine J. Lysinger, Wendie A. Eggleston May 1968

The Lantern Vol. 34, No. 2, May 1968, Thomas Miller, Lance Diskan, Gregory Epler, Gerald Miller, Timothy C. Coyne, David Burkhardt, Vicki Van Horn, L. Barry Erb, Linda Richtmyre, Sharyn L. Negus, Linda Dimauro, Howard Solomon, Yolanda Roth, Margaret S. Wright, George Eastburn, William Norcross, Lee March, Robert Macfarland, Barbara Ann Bald, Wilhelmine J. Lysinger, Wendie A. Eggleston

The Lantern Literary Magazines

• The Man Without a System
• A Medal for Malcolm
• On Hearing That Tonya Will Be Married
• The Black Sea
• Odyssey '67
• Second Poem to Chris
• Singularity
• Period 5-A Began
• Long and Aching Ride
• Souvenirs
• My Eschatological Epitaph
• Discotheque
• Some Borrowed Words
• False Breakthrough
• Shore Morning
• The Beholder
• Thursday Childless
• A Most Prominent Role
• It Ran Out
• Shades of the Living
• The Dark Night of the Mind II
• One Step Beyond the Doors
• A Note of Thanks to My Parents and Teachers
• To a Dead Hippie
• A Scrap
• Love
• Haiku No. 30
• Rachel
• There Is No Present
• Winter Woods
• One Hundred ...


The Corporate Image Of Utah State University, Jon I. Anderson May 1968

The Corporate Image Of Utah State University, Jon I. Anderson

All Graduate Theses and Dissertations

During the past four years it has been easy to see that there has been no art direction in the visual communications of Utah State University. Recently the university has become aware of the importance of a good public relations program and has taken steps in that direction. Very little thought has been given to the visual design of these public relations though. Advertising gives information, plants ideas, and provokes interest in a service and company, but it must be designed well to be noticed. Corporate image includes many things, but I shall only deal with the visual or graphic ...


Blockprint April 15, 1968, Students Of Risd Apr 1968

Blockprint April 15, 1968, Students Of Risd

All Student Newspapers

Blockprint was a student magazine published throughout the 1960s. This issue of April 15, 1968 covers the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., including editorials concerning the event, as well as more local news related to the school. Also included is a double page spread of photographs from the school's COLAB program of the year.


Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 17, No. 3, Martha S. Best, Don Yoder, Clarissa Smith, Donald R. Friary, Amos Long Jr., Phil R. Jack Apr 1968

Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 17, No. 3, Martha S. Best, Don Yoder, Clarissa Smith, Donald R. Friary, Amos Long Jr., Phil R. Jack

Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine

• Easter Customs in the Lehigh Valley
• From Paoli to Frederick in 1854: An Anonymous Travel Account
• Jumping Into Spring
• A Welsh Antecedent for St. David's Church, Radnor: Gwydir Uchaf Chapel, Caernarvonshire, Wales
• Pumps, Rams, Windmills and Waterwheels in Rural Pennsylvania
• A Western Pennsylvania Graveyard, 1787-1967
• Baptism and Confirmation: Folk-Culture Questionnaire No. 7


Icon Spring 1968 Apr 1968

Icon Spring 1968

ICON

No abstract provided.


Arts And Events Spring - 1968 Gorham State College, University Of Southern Maine Art Department Apr 1968

Arts And Events Spring - 1968 Gorham State College, University Of Southern Maine Art Department

Exhibitions

The College Art Gallery
Student Performances
Concert-Lecture Series
Film Series


Open House, 1968, La Salle University Art Museum Apr 1968

Open House, 1968, La Salle University Art Museum

Art Museum Exhibition Catalogues

An exhibit of paintings, watercolors, and graphic works selected from the La Salle Art Study Collection for Open House, Sunday, April 28, 1968


Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 17, No. 2, Earl F. Robacker, Ada Robacker, Don Yoder, Monroe H. Fabian, Phares H. Hertzog, William A. Reagan, Claude Unger, Lester O. Troyer, John Eby Pfautz Jan 1968

Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 17, No. 2, Earl F. Robacker, Ada Robacker, Don Yoder, Monroe H. Fabian, Phares H. Hertzog, William A. Reagan, Claude Unger, Lester O. Troyer, John Eby Pfautz

Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine

• The Far-From-Lonely Heart
• Almanac Album
• Some Moravian Paintings in London
• Snakelore in Pennsylvania German Folk Medicine
• The Blacksmith and his Tools
• "Shouting, Jumping Evangelicals"
• The Old Goschenhoppen Lutheran Burial Register, 1752-1772
• Personalia from the "Amerikanischer Correspondent"
• Regionalism Among the Holmes County Amish
• The Pennsylvania German Churches and Sects (1878)
• Notes and Documents: A Curious People (1877) ; Pokes and Tuts (1964)
• Feather Beds and Chaff Bags: Folk-Cultural Questionnaire No. 6


Art, Carol Christopher Jan 1968

Art, Carol Christopher

Sketch

No abstract provided.


Art, Janelle Votrubek Jan 1968

Art, Janelle Votrubek

Sketch

No abstract provided.


Art, Eric Sealine Jan 1968

Art, Eric Sealine

Sketch

No abstract provided.