University Archives - People
Found in 20 Collections and/or Records:
This collection documents the professional career of costume designer Albert D. Tucci, with most records pertaining to specific theatrical productions. Records include original sketches and renderings for production designs, fabric swatches, and notes on character costumes, as well as photographs and slides depicting actors in Tucci's costumes. The collection also contains biographical materials, press clippings, and a scrapbook created by Tucci to document his career.
The Alicia Finkel papers contain correspondence, press clippings and publicity, miscellaneous notes, published articles by Alicia Finkel, sketches of costume and set designs, and slides.
The Bella Itkin papers contain director's scripts, photographs, publicity, videotaped lectures, scrapbooks, awards, notes, class materials and syllabi, and memorial materials related to Dr. Bella Itkin.
Itkin's 1954 dissertation from Case Western University, "The Patterns of Verbal Imagery as Found in Ten Major Works of O'Neill," has been removed from the collection and cataloged within the Special Collections department. The call number is SpC.812.5 O58Yi1954.
This collection includes biographical documents, awards, and articles, playbills, photographs, set sketches, costume design sketches, reviews, and clippings from various staged performances and television productions with which Bill Hargate was involved.
This collection consists of a variety of materials relating to some faculty and staff at DePaul including: obituaries, interviews, and articles by and about the faculty or staff member. Each individual has a folder containing information about him or her. See the end of Series 001 for electronic records related to individual faculty and staff. See Series 002 for electronic bereavement notices related to DePaul faculty and staff members.
This collection consists of a variety of materials relating to presidents at DePaul including: obituaries, photographs, interviews, and articles by and about president. Each individual has a folder containing information about him.
This collection includes preliminary sketches, completed designs, and fabric samples for costume designs, mainly for the American Ballet Theatre productions. Additionally, it includes Aldredge's portfolio and her notes about the productions. There are also a few supplementary materials which were donated to the collection from other sources.
The Debra Evenson papers reflect the research interests of Debra Evenson. During the course of her work, Eveson gathered notes, publications, and other documentation about aspects of law, society, culture, and government in Cuba.
The Dennis Schenborn Collection on Antarctica contains correspondence, graphs, journal entries, and reports documenting several of Mary Alice McWhinnie's research trips to Antarctica in the 1970s. The collection also includes photographs, slides, and photographic negatives from Eltanin and both McMurdo and Palmer Stations. The bulk of the materials relate to 1974's Operation Deep Freeze at McMurdo Station.
This collection consists of letters, press coverage, and memorial materials related to marine biologist Mary Alice McWhinnie.
The Harriette Herrera faculty papers consist of course materials, syllabi, and lecture materials from various workshops and conferences. This collection also includes College of Education administrative documents written or contributed to by Herrera.
This collection serves as a record of the life and work of Lois Nettleton and as a resource for those researching acting as a profession. The collection includes correspondence, press clippings, scripts (frequently annotated by Nettleton), call sheets for film and television, and programs for plays, photographs, videocassettes of performances and TV appearances, and memorabilia.
This collection documents the professional career of M. Cherif Bassiouni. The papers include publications written by Bassiouni, correspondence, as well as awards and honors he received. Files documenting Bassiouni’s work to establish the International Criminal Court (ICC) and DePaul University’s International Human Rights Law Institute (IHRLI) are also included. The files also include documentation about IHRLI and Bassiouni’s involvement with the United Nations Yugoslavia Commission.
The collection contains correspondence, photographs, press coverage, scientific papers and articles, and public presentations created by or about Mary Alice McWhinnie. The materials written by McWhinnie span much of her adult life, from 1954 until her death in 1980.