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Christmas Exhibition, La Salle University Art Museum Dec 1989

Christmas Exhibition, La Salle University Art Museum

Art Museum Exhibition Catalogues

Selections from the permanent collection, December 1 1988 - January 17 1989


Sacred Space/Sacred Word, La Salle University Art Museum, Brother Daniel Burke Fsc Nov 1989

Sacred Space/Sacred Word, La Salle University Art Museum, Brother Daniel Burke Fsc

Art Museum Exhibition Catalogues

Selections from the permanent collection, November 2 - December 23 1989


Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 39, No. 1, Amos Long Jr., N. F. Karlins, Vertie Knapp, William T. Parsons Oct 1989

Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 39, No. 1, Amos Long Jr., N. F. Karlins, Vertie Knapp, William T. Parsons

Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine

• An Overview of Travel and Transportation in Pennsylvania
• Floretta Emma Warfel: A Folk Artist in Embroidery Paint on Cloth
• Robacker, Earl F. and Ada F.: A Bibliography
• The Modernizing Effect of the Marketplace on Old Order Society, 1727 to 1987
• Aldes un Neies (Old and New)


Audubon/Au-Du-Bon: Man And Artist, Walter Sutton Oct 1989

Audubon/Au-Du-Bon: Man And Artist, Walter Sutton

The Courier

This article highlights some of the works of the legendary work of John James Audubon, drawn from the collection located in Syracuse University's Special Collections. The author gives special attention to the 1820-21 journal of his voyage down the Ohio and Mississippi (which has been preserved intact), the English and Scottish journal of 1826 (also in its original form), and the descriptive sketches of early pioneer life in the Ornithological Biography. These early journal sources dramatically reveal, at first hand, Audubon's long struggle through many failures and obstacles to win the success and recognition he craved and also ...


Audubon's "The Birds Of America": A Sesquicentennial Appreciation, David Frederic Tatham Oct 1989

Audubon's "The Birds Of America": A Sesquicentennial Appreciation, David Frederic Tatham

The Courier

This article details the unique copy of John James Audubon's The Birds of America which now resides in Syracuse University's Special Collections. The author describes the backstory and traces the journey of this extremely rare work. Audubon's work continues to stimulate interest in diverse fields in academia, from art history and science to literature.


Recent Acquisitions, La Salle University Art Museum, Caroline Wistar Sep 1989

Recent Acquisitions, La Salle University Art Museum, Caroline Wistar

Art Museum Exhibition Catalogues

Recent acquisitions of La Salle University Art Museum, September - October 1989


Landmark Report (Vol. 10, No. 1), Kentucky Library Research Collections Aug 1989

Landmark Report (Vol. 10, No. 1), Kentucky Library Research Collections

Landmark Report

Newsletter published by the Landmark Association; this local group advocates the preservation, protection and maintenance of architectural, cultural and archaeological resources in Bowling Green and Warren County, Kentucky


Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 38, No. 4, Ann S. Burrows, Ruthanne Hartung, Stuart Helble, Karen Helble, Frank J. Gallagher, Rae Greiner, William Dean Wright, Wayne Hartzell, Anne Hartzell, Teresa A. Skoog, Mark Osterman, Keith Brintzenhoff, Frederick J. Saul, Beth Kreider, Richard Thomas Jul 1989

Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 38, No. 4, Ann S. Burrows, Ruthanne Hartung, Stuart Helble, Karen Helble, Frank J. Gallagher, Rae Greiner, William Dean Wright, Wayne Hartzell, Anne Hartzell, Teresa A. Skoog, Mark Osterman, Keith Brintzenhoff, Frederick J. Saul, Beth Kreider, Richard Thomas

Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine

• Celebrating Twenty-Five Years of Quintessential Quilts
• The Folk Art of Fraktur
• Molding & Spinning Pewter
• Kaleidoscopes & Unique Stained Glass
• Dolls are Not Just for Children Anymore
• Paint Decorated Chests of the Pennsylvania Dutch
• Festival Focus
• Festival Programs
• Tiffany-Style Stained Glass Lamps
• Be Aware of What Might be Hiding in Grandma's Attic
• The Medicine Show
• Pennsylvania Dutch Music & More
• A Poor Damsel's Fate
• Silk Screening
• Long Time Favorite Festival Foods


Towards The Poetic, Noel Brady May 1989

Towards The Poetic, Noel Brady

Other resources

The thesis purports to build a theory for the analysis and synthesis of architecture. It identifies a poetic strutcure which contextualises the production of arhcitecture while aspiring towards universal themes of dwelling and belonging. Using a number of case studies it uses deep reading of the artefacts to confirm the theoretical concepts.


Penny Dreadful Commission Comics No. 5, Students Of Risd, Risd Archives May 1989

Penny Dreadful Commission Comics No. 5, Students Of Risd, Risd Archives

All Student Newspapers

Penny Dreadful Commission was a student organization that wanted to "demonstrate the range and expressive power of comic art by presenting a varied collection of work." All comics were student-submitted, and the publication was entirely student-run. This is issue No. 5 from May 1, 1989.


Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 38, No. 3, Amos Long Jr., Robert P. Stevenson, Dale E. Skoff, William B. Fetterman Apr 1989

Pennsylvania Folklife Vol. 38, No. 3, Amos Long Jr., Robert P. Stevenson, Dale E. Skoff, William B. Fetterman

Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine

• The Wayside Inn
• A Draft Board in World War I
• The Compass Inn: A Stagecoach Era Legacy
• The Pennsylvania German Dialect Playwriting Contests of 1941, 1942, 1983 and 1986
• Aldes un Neies (Old and New)


Penny Dreadful Commission Comics No. 4, Students Of Risd, Risd Archives Apr 1989

Penny Dreadful Commission Comics No. 4, Students Of Risd, Risd Archives

All Student Newspapers

Penny Dreadful Commission was a student organization that wanted to "demonstrate the range and expressive power of comic art by presenting a varied collection of work." All comics were student-submitted, and the publication was entirely student-run. This is issue No. 4 dated April 1, 1989.


Benton Spruance: The Passion Of Ahab, La Salle University Art Museum, Brother Daniel Burke Fsc Mar 1989

Benton Spruance: The Passion Of Ahab, La Salle University Art Museum, Brother Daniel Burke Fsc

Art Museum Exhibition Catalogues

No abstract provided.


Landmark Report (Vol. 9, No. 2), Kentucky Library Research Collections Mar 1989

Landmark Report (Vol. 9, No. 2), Kentucky Library Research Collections

Landmark Report

Newsletter published by the Landmark Association; this local group advocates the preservation, protection and maintenance of architectural, cultural and archaeological resources in Bowling Green and Warren County, Kentucky


Penny Dreadful Commission Comics No. 3, Students Of Risd, Risd Archives Mar 1989

Penny Dreadful Commission Comics No. 3, Students Of Risd, Risd Archives

All Student Newspapers

Penny Dreadful Commission was a student organization that wanted to "demonstrate the range and expressive power of comic art by presenting a varied collection of work." The issue of March 1, 1989 has a cover that parodies Time magazine.


Shona: Modern African Sculpture, La Salle University Art Museum, Caroline Wistar Feb 1989

Shona: Modern African Sculpture, La Salle University Art Museum, Caroline Wistar

Art Museum Exhibition Catalogues

Shona Modern African Sculpture, lent by Benjamin D. Bernstein, February 1989


Penny Dreadful Commission Comics No. 2, Students Of Risd, Risd Archives Feb 1989

Penny Dreadful Commission Comics No. 2, Students Of Risd, Risd Archives

All Student Newspapers

Penny Dreadful Commission was a student organization that wanted to "demonstrate the range and expressive power of comic art by presenting a varied collection of work." This is issue No. 2 dated February 1, 1989.


Easter Trilogy - Mixed Choir, Keith Rowley Jan 1989

Easter Trilogy - Mixed Choir, Keith Rowley

Keith D Rowley

Three anthems for SATB choir and piano with words by Christine D. Hamilton. 1. Gethsemane, 2. In Agony of Calvary, 3. The Risen Redeemer.


Dragon, Blossoms, Sunbursts: Textile Arts Of The Caucasus, Carol Bier Jan 1989

Dragon, Blossoms, Sunbursts: Textile Arts Of The Caucasus, Carol Bier

Carol Bier

No abstract provided.


A Pilgrim's Progress And Preface, Cliff Edwards Jan 1989

A Pilgrim's Progress And Preface, Cliff Edwards

World Studies Publications

Preface and chapter one of Cliff Edward's book, Van Gogh and God.

From the preface: "My purpose in this book is to help us move in the direction that sensitive art critics have pointed out, to enter the territory that theologians have generally ignored: the creative spiritual quest of Vincent van Gogh that he expressed in both word and image. It is my conclusion, after several years of investigation, that an understanding of van Gogh from the perspective of his spiritual search is a key to the unity of the artist's life and work, casting new light on ...


Index To Volumes 26-35 Of Pennsylvania Folklife, 1976-1986, Judith E. Fryer Jan 1989

Index To Volumes 26-35 Of Pennsylvania Folklife, 1976-1986, Judith E. Fryer

Pennsylvania Folklife Magazine Indexes

• Introduction
• Subject Index
• Genealogy Index


Front Matter Jan 1989

Front Matter

BEADS: Journal of the Society of Bead Researchers

No abstract provided.


Table Of Contents (V.1, 1989) Jan 1989

Table Of Contents (V.1, 1989)

BEADS: Journal of the Society of Bead Researchers

No abstract provided.


Diakhité: A Study Of The Beads From An 18th-19th-Century Burial Site In Senegal, West Africa, Marie-José Opper, Howard Opper Jan 1989

Diakhité: A Study Of The Beads From An 18th-19th-Century Burial Site In Senegal, West Africa, Marie-José Opper, Howard Opper

BEADS: Journal of the Society of Bead Researchers

It is the intention of this paper to place the Diakhité beads into a historical and archaeological perspective, and by so doing examine a period in Senegambian history that roughly extends from the 18th century to around the middle of the 19th century. The beads serve as a focal point to describe the trade that brought them from Europe and elsewhere to Senegambia. They also help portray some aspects of the lives of a particular ethnic group which inhabited the Thies area during this period- the Serer Nones.


Beads Of The Early Islamic Period, Peter Francis Jr. Jan 1989

Beads Of The Early Islamic Period, Peter Francis Jr.

BEADS: Journal of the Society of Bead Researchers

Beads from four sites involved in Early Islamic trade (7th to 12th century) are representative of the role the Muslim world played in the Indian Ocean Bead Trade. The continuation of Classical techniques, the Islamic trade's self-sufficiency, and the insight beads provide concerning past behavior are some of the issues explored.


Beads: Journal Of The Society Of Bead Researchers - Volume 1 (Complete) Jan 1989

Beads: Journal Of The Society Of Bead Researchers - Volume 1 (Complete)

BEADS: Journal of the Society of Bead Researchers

No abstract provided.


Beads As Chronological Indicators In West African Archaeology: A Reexamination, Christopher R. Decorse Jan 1989

Beads As Chronological Indicators In West African Archaeology: A Reexamination, Christopher R. Decorse

BEADS: Journal of the Society of Bead Researchers

Drawing primarily on data obtained from recent excavations at Elmina, Ghana, this report examines the potential use of beads as temporal markers in West African archaeology. It is argued that although beads from West-African contexts are difficult to date, they provide more information than has previously been suggested. The Elmina beads are of particular interest as they can be closely dated by associated European trade materials. Preliminary results from the analysis of the 30,000 European and locally-made glass beads are discussed and findings from other West-African sites are evaluated.


Bohemian Glass Beadmaking: Translation And Discussion Of A 1913 German Technical Article, Lester A. Ross Jan 1989

Bohemian Glass Beadmaking: Translation And Discussion Of A 1913 German Technical Article, Lester A. Ross

BEADS: Journal of the Society of Bead Researchers

This report provides an English translation of a German technical article on late 19th-century and early 20th-century Bohemian glass-bead manufacturing, published in 1913 in the journal Sprechsaal. The article emphasizes the description of techiques for the manufacture of mould-pressed beads, secondarily describing methods for wound, blown and drawn-bead manufacturing.


Book Reviews And End Matter Jan 1989

Book Reviews And End Matter

BEADS: Journal of the Society of Bead Researchers

Dubin: The History of Beads from 30,000 B.C. to the Present reviewed by Roderick Sprague

Picard and Picard: Beads from the West African Trade Series reviewed by Christopher DeCorse

Deagan: Artifacts of the Spanish Colonies of Florida and the Caribbean, 1500-1800. Vol. I: Ceramics, Glassware, and Beads reviewed by Mary Elizabeth Good

Karklins and Sprague: A Bibliography of Glass Trade Beads in North America and its First Supplement reviewed by Lester A. Ross


The Beads Of St. Eustatius, Netherlands Antilles, Karlis Karklins, Norman F. Barka Jan 1989

The Beads Of St. Eustatius, Netherlands Antilles, Karlis Karklins, Norman F. Barka

BEADS: Journal of the Society of Bead Researchers

Archaeological excavations conducted on the Caribbean island of St. Eustatius over a seven-year period produced a wide array of 18th to early 20th-century beads of glass, coral and carnelian. Detailed descriptions of the recovered specimens are supplemented by information concerning their distribution, relative frequencies, color preference, temporal placement, origins, acquisition and use. Comparative site data are also provided.