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Halsted B. Vander Poel Campanian collection, circa 1570-1997

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Series I. Matteo Della Corte papers, 1890-1997, undated, bulk 1902-1961
Series I.A. Correspondence, 1901-1997, undated, bulk 1920-1962
Series I.B. Publications and other writing, 1890-1997, undated, bulk 1911-1960
Series I.C. Research materials, 1903-1997, undated, bulk 1903-1961
Series I.D. Miscellaneous professional papers, 1901-1997, bulk 1901-1960
Series I.E. Personal papers, 1899-1997, bulk 1901-1961
Series I.F. Memorials, 1962-1997
Series II. Tatiana Warscher papers, 1912-1997, bulk 1924-1960
Series II.A. Letters, 1924-1997, bulk 1924-1947
Series II.B. Writings, 1935-1997
Series II.C. Photographic documentation of Pompeii, 1912-1960
Series II.D. Research materials and miscellaneous professional papers, 1939-1997, undated
Series II.E. Personal papers, 1958-1959, undated
Series II.F. Memorials, 1960-1997
Series III. Vander Poel excavations at Pompeii, 1958-1982, undated, bulk, 1960-1965
Series III.A. Pompeii excavation notes, 1960-1964
Series III.B. Visual documentation of the Casa di Meleagro, 1959-1982
Series III.C. Casa di Meleagro research materials, 1958-1966, undated
Series III.D. Analysis and publication of the excavations, 1958-1965
Series IV. Corpus Topographicum Pompeianum production materials, 1776-1996, undated, bulk, 1960-1992
Series IV.A. Corpus Topographicum Pompeianum. Pars I: Register, 1972-1984, undated
Series IV.B. Corpus Topographicum Pompeianum. Pars II: Toponymy, 1980-1983, undated
Series IV.C. Corpus Topographicum Pompeianum. Pars III: The RICA Maps of Pompeii, 1967-1984
Series IV.D. Corpus Topographicum Pompeianum. Pars IIIA: The Insulae of Regions I-V, 1980-1986, undated
Series IV.E. Corpus Topographicum Pompeianum. Pars IIIB: The Insulae of Regions VI-VII, 1982-1996, undated
Series IV.F. Corpus Topographicum Pompeianum. Pars IIIC: The Insulae of Regions VIII-IX, 1982-1993, undated
Series IV.G. Corpus Topographicum Pompeianum. Pars IIID: Extra Portam, 1967-1992, undated
Series IV.H. Corpus Topographicum Pompeianum. Pars IV: Bibliography, 1968-1990, undated, bulk, 1968-1976
Series IV.I. Corpus Topographicum Pompeianum. Pars IVA: Index to the Bibliography, 1988-1993, undated
Series IV.J. Corpus Topographicum Pompeianum. Pars V: Cartography, 1776-1981, undated
Series IV.K. Alphabetical and numerical indices, 1967-1973, undated
Series IV.L. General material, 1885-1996, undated
Series V. New editions of early archaeological publications on Pompeii, 1796-1989
Series V.A. Translation of the early excavation records of R. de Alcubierre, undated
Series V.B. Early documentation of Pompeii by Edward Falkener, 1846-1851, undated
Series V.C. Material related to the work of Giuseppe Fiorelli, 1854-1979, undated
Series V.D. Research on the work of Wolfgang Helbig, undated
Series V.E. Early drawings of Pompeii by William Light, circa 1824-1828
Series V.F. Early measured drawings of Pompeii by Charles François Mazois, 1809-1981, undated
Series V.G. Research on Niccolini, Le case ed i monumenti di Pompei disegnati e descritti, 1854-1896, 1964-1966, undated
Series V.H. Piranesi prints of Pompeii, 1804-1989, undated
Series V.I. Research on Salomon Reinach, Répertoire de peintures grecques et romains, 1969-1980, undated
Series V.J. Photographic documentation related to G.E. Rizzo, La pittura ellenistico-romana, undated
Series V.K. Research on the plates of Henri Roux and Louis Barré, Herculanum et Pompéi, undated
Series V.L. Research on the work of Antonio Sogliano, 1912, undated
Series V.M. Research on Wilhelm Ternite, Wandgemälde aus Pompeji und Herculanum, 1839-1858, 1964, undated
Series V.N. Research on Wilhelm Zahn, Die schönsten Ornamente und merkwürdigsten Gemälde aus Pompeji, Herculanum und Stabiae, 1828-1859, 1963-1969, undated
Series V.O. Research on the plates in Real Museo Borbonico, undated
Series V.P. Research on Gli ornati delle pareti ed i pavimenti delle stanze dell'antica Pompei incisi in rame, 1796-1838, 1964-1972, undated
Series V.Q. Research on the plates in Le antichità di Ercolano esposte [Pd'E], undated
Series VI. Documentation of objects in the Museo archeologico nazionale di Napoli, 1960-1971, undated
Series VI.A. Catalog of the Museo archeologico nazionale di Napoli, 1960-1971, undated
Series VI.B. Photographic inventory of 1008 frescoes, undated
Series VI.C. Miscellaneous material, 1964, undated
Series VII. Research in Campanian Archaeology (RICA) research materials, 1724-1996, bulk, 1910-1992
Series VII.A. General textual sources for the study of Pompeii, 1724-1996
Series VII.B. Visual documentation of Pompeii, 1767-1975, undated
Series VII.C. Scholars' papers, 1837-1914, 1950-1967, undated
Series VII.D. Bibliographic projects, 1902-1985, undated
Series VII.E. Miscellaneous research, 1853-1923, 1958-1993, undated
Series VIII. Objects in the Campanian collection, 1960-1977, undated
Series IX. Administrative materials, 1980-1992, undated
Series X. Non-Campanian materials, circa 1570-1996, bulk, 1932-1992
Series X.A. Friedrich-Wilhelm von Hase papers, 1963-1995, undated
Series X.B. Margaret Murray papers, 1905-1954, undated
Series X.C. Material related to the art, archaeology and history of Italy, 1570-1996
Series X.D. Material related to the art, archaeology and history of various areas, 1937-1969, undated
Series X.E. Art and antique collection, 1905, 1932-1983, undated
Series X.F. Book collection, 1896-1992, undated
Series X.G. Miscellaneous topics, 1936-1994, undated
Vander Poel (Halsted) Campanian collection
Series II. Tatiana Warscher papers, 1912-1997, bulk 1924-1960 39.9 Linear Feet
Tatiana Warscher (variant form Warsher) was born in Moscow on 18 June 1880. From 1898 to 1901, she attended the Women's College of the University of St. Petersburg, where she was a student of Michael Rostovtzeff. In 1921, Warscher fled from Russia and the aftermath of the Revolution. Leaving Dorpat where she had been working as a teacher, she went first to Berlin and then to Paris, where she again met Rostovtzeff in 1923. He encouraged her to move to Rome and to study Pompeii, an interest of hers since a summer spent in Italy in 1911.
By 1924, Warscher had followed Rostovtzeff's advice. She devoted the rest of her life to the study of Pompeii, either working independently or as Rostovtzeff's assistant. Indeed, Rostovtzeff, either directly or indirectly, appears to have provided much of Warscher's financial support in the late 1920s and 1930s. In this same period, Rostovtzeff was also providing intellectual support. By October 1931, if not before, Rostovtzeff was guiding Warscher's research toward a project which would develop into the "Codex Topographicus Pompeianus," a massive work intended to document every structure in Pompeii. The first volume of this work was produced circa 1935, and Warscher continued working on the project throughout her life.
Also at the urging of Michael Rostovtzeff, Tatiana Warscher shifted from casual photography of Pompeii to systematic documentation of the site. Her resulting photographic collection is important for its breadth and its detailed archaeological focus. Her photographs, shot over a span of almost fifty years, record structures and details of the site that are now lost, due either to the Allied bombing of Pompeii in World War II or to the general weathering and disintegration of the remains through time. Although Warscher did not have the skills of a professional photographer, she used an archaeologist's eye to document the general architecture of structures, as well as details of stonework, paintings and mosaics. These photographs provided the material for her densely illustrated manuscripts and they were also a source of income. Warscher sold her images of Pompeii to the photographic archives of the Deutsches Archäologisches Institut in Rome.
Halsted Vander Poel met Warscher in Rome in the late 1950s. She encouraged his interest in Pompeii and in many respects he became her intellectual heir. Most of Vander Poel's Pompeii projects, ranging from his excavations at the Casa di Meleagro to his planned new edition of Helbig's classic work on the paintings from the site, found their roots in Warscher's research. Vander Poel was bequeathed Tatiana Warscher's papers when she died in Rome on 2 December 1960.
Much of the material presented in this subseries lacks a specific date and individual items are therefore marked as undated. However, Warscher's own material dates from circa 1912 to 1960. Vander Poel's additions, when lacking a specific date, can be dated in the general range from circa 1960 to 1997.
Arrangement note
The Tatiana Warscher papers are arranged in six subseries by type of material. A limited amount of additional Warscher material is scattered in subsequent series where it was integrated into Vander Poel's materials.
Series II.A. Letters, 1924-1997, bulk 1924-1947 0.8 Linear Feet
This subseries contains circa 200 letters and postcards received by Tatiana Warscher. The letters, predominately in Russian, tend to be general, with comments on health, travels, mutual friends, and work.
Letters from Michael Rostovtzeff, the historian of ancient Greece and Rome, comprise the majority. The Rostovtzeff letters reflect the correspondents' original teacher-student relationship. Most letters indicate Rostovtzeff's continued intellectual guidance and financial support, including the work of photographing and documenting Pompeii, for which Rostovtzeff paid Warscher through his Yale University research funds. Also included are one letter and several postcards from Rostovtzeff's wife. Vander Poel commissioned English translations of Rostovtzeff's letters. Each letter has been hand-numbered and keyed to the translations. The arrangement of the letters is dictated by the numbering.
Letters from several Russian émigré writers, including Nina Berberova, V. Korsak, Z.N. Gippius, Mark Aldanov, and Ivan Bunin, follow. Each letter is again hand-numbered and provided with an English translation commissioned by Vander Poel. The arrangement of the letters is dictated by the numbering.
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85 Rostovtzeff, Michael Ivanovitch, 1924-1997, bulk 1924-1941
85 1-2 Letters, 1924-1941 78 letters (80 leaves and 1 envelope)
Hand-numbered 1-78, keyed to English translations.
85 3 Letters, undated 12 letters (15 leaves)
Hand-numbered 1-12, keyed to English translations; no. 12 is a profile of Warscher written in English.
85 4 Cards and postcards, 1925-1938 2 cards with photographs attached, 42 postcards
Hand-numbered 1-44, keyed to English translations; includes photographs of Dura-Europos and Rostovtzeff.
85 5-6 Translations of Rostovtzeff letters, 1960-1997 171 leaves
Typescript of translations from Russian to English and two copies; numbering key.
85 7 Cards without translations, 1932-1937 4 cards
Found among Warscher's photographs.
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86 1 Berberova, Nina Nikolaevna, 2 Feb 1938 1 letter and translation into English (4 leaves)
Scathing reply to a letter sent by Warscher.
86 2 Korsak, V. [Veniamin Zavadski], 1935-1941 19 letters (21 leaves), 7 postcards, 2 photographs
Hand-numbered 1-25, 75 and keyed to English translations; three letters and two postcards are entirely or partially from his wife, Nadezha.
86 3 Gippius, Z. N., 1934-1938 23 letters (25 leaves), 7 postcards
Hand-numbered 26-49, 76-81; keyed to English translations.
86 4 Aldanov, Mark Aleksandrovich, 1931-1937 4 letters (4 leaves), 9 postcards
Hand-numbered 50-62; keyed to English translations.
86 5 Miliukova, Anna Sergejevna, 1933 4 letters (4 leaves), 2 postcards
Hand-numbered 63-69; keyed to English translations; one complete and one partial letter from her husband, Pavel Nikolaevic Miliukov.
86 6 Bunin, Ivan Alekseevich, 1936-1947 3 letters (3 leaves), 1 postcard
Hand-numbered 70-71, 73-74; keyed to English translations.
86 7 Zlobin, Vladimir, 27 Nov 1937 1 letter (1 leaf)
Hand-numbered 72; keyed to English translation.
86 8 Envelope that held the letters of the Russian authors, 25 Apr 1948 1 envelope
86 9 Translations, 1960-1997 150 leaves
Typescript of translations from Russian to English and copy.
86 10 Jablonovskaja, N., undated 1 letter (1 leaf), 2 leaves
Letter and two copies of typescript of translation from Russian to English.
Series II.B. Writings, 1935-1997 11.3 Linear Feet
This subseries contains all the material relating to Tatiana Warscher's published and unpublished writings. Although she published very little, Warscher was a prolific writer. She produced works on Pompeian gardens, architectural marbles, several keys and concordances to important scholarly volumes and a complete overview of the city, the "Codex Topographicus Pompeianus." Unfortunately, the fact that there would always be more excavations and more discoveries at Pompeii combined with Warscher's perfectionist sensibilities prevented her from believing that any of her massive typescripts was ever complete and ready for publication.
Tatiana Warscher's life's work was the creation of the 25-volume "Codex Topographicus Pompeianus." Organized topographically, the "Codex" includes extracts from published references, Warscher's own comments and observations and photographs for each building documented. The photographic component of the work was very important and Warscher used both her own photographs and those available from vendors, such as Alinari and the Deutsches Archäologisches Institut. Warscher intended to document every excavated structure in Pompeii, but her work was constrained by limited access to certain areas of the site. The earliest extant copy of a volume of the "Codex" dates to circa 1935 and Warscher continued working on the project until her death. The "Codex" was never published but survives in variant typescript copies held by a small number of research libraries.
Various materials (circa 3,100 leaves with 3,500 photographs) related to the "Codex Topographicus Pompeianus" comprise the first section of this subseries. This includes a limited amount of material produced by Warscher herself and a much larger quantity of material added by Vander Poel. One copy of the volume entitled "Appendix: Via Mercurio" was actually assembled by Warscher herself. This is followed by copies of reconstructed Warscher "Codex" volumes, commissioned by Vander Poel. The majority of the material in this subseries, however, is material compiled by Vander Poel for a revised version of the "Codex," which he intended to publish.
Warscher's other writings follow the "Codex" materials. These are primarily unpublished manuscripts and typescripts. Vander Poel added translations, copies and notes to several items in this section of the subseries. In some instances, it is not always clear whether the typescripts are Warscher's originals or later copies commissioned by Vander Poel. The arrangement of these materials is roughly chronological.
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87-101 "Codex Topographicus Pompeianus," 1935-1997
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87 1 "Codex Topographicus Pompejanus," 1937 1 leaf
Photocopy of brief notice by Warscher describing her project, published in Revue archéologique 9 (1937): 254-255.
87 2-5 "Appendix: Via di Mercurio," 1952-1953
87 2-3 1952 41 joined leaves with 75 photographs attached; 26 joined leaves with 41 photographs attached
Unpublished typescript of first draft, assembled by Warscher; presentation copy to Armin von Gerkan. The typescript bears the property stamp of the DAI Rome, but it is marked as deaccessioned 17 Jan 1975.
87 4-5 1953 84 leaves with 152 photographs attached
Typescript, probably a reproduction commissioned by Vander Poel.
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88 1-4 "Regio VII, Insula IV, Part III," 1960-1997
88 1-2 Typescript copy of Warscher's 1938 typescript, 185 leaves with 127 photographs attached
Commissioned by Vander Poel with revisions and explanatory note, includes VII 4, 56-59, 61-63.
88 3-4 Carbon copy of typescript commissioned by Vander Poel, 174 leaves with 119 photographs attached
Missing the first eleven pages.
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89-101 Material for a revised and expanded version of the "Codex," 1960-1997
This appears to be a mix of original material and new material collected by Vander Poel for his intended revision of the "Codex." It includes photographic copies of pages from the original "Codex," as well as pages of text and photographs. Some of the pages of text are original with Warscher's writing, while others are Vander Poel's later additions. The same holds true for the photographs. They include Warscher's original photographs, prints from commercial vendors and photographs taken or commissioned by Vander Poel.
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89-90 Regio I
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89 1 Insula 2 18 leaves with 20 photographs attached, 6 loose photographs
89 2 Insula 3 17 leaves with 23 photographs attached, 4 loose photographs
89 3 Insula 4, except Casa del Citarista 36 leaves with 6 photographs attached
89 4-7 Insula 4, 5, Casa del Citarista 245 leaves with 148 photographs attached, 5 loose photographs
89 8 Insula 5 6 photographs
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90 1 Insula 6 22 leaves with 25 photographs attached, 1 loose photograph
90 2 Insula 7 20 leaves with 20 photographs, 2 loose photographs
90 3 Insula 8 5 leaves with 5 photographs attached
90 4 Insula 9 4 leaves with 4 photographs attached
90 5 Insula 10 6 leaves with 6 photographs attached
90 6 Insula 11 3 leaves with 3 photographs attached
90 7 Insula 13 1 leaf with 1 photograph attached
90 8 Insula 14 4 leaves with 4 photographs attached
90 9-14 Regio II
90 9 Insula 1 1 leaf with 1 photograph attached
90 10 Insula 2 6 leaves with 6 photographs attached, 1 loose photograph
90 11 Insula 3 3 leaves with 3 photographs attached
90 12 Insula 4 3 leaves with 4 photographs attached
90 13 Insulae 5-6 2 leaves with 1 photograph attached
90 14 Insula 7 2 leaves with 5 photographs attached
90 15-17 Regio III
90 15 Insula 2 3 leaves with 3 photographs attached
90 16 Insula 3 1 leaf with 1 photograph attached
90 17 Insula 4 9 leaves with 9 photographs attached
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91 1-5 Regio V
91 1 Insula 1 42 leaves with 51 photographs attached
91 2 Insula 2 34 leaves with 36 photographs attached, 2 loose photographs
91 3 Insula 3 3 leaves with 4 photographs attached, 1 loose photograph
91 4 Insula 4 19 leaves with 25 photographs attached
91 5 Insula 5 7 leaves with 8 photographs attached
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91-96 Regio VI
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91 6-8 Insula 1 133 leaves with 129 photographs attached
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92 1 Insula 2 13 leaves with 13 photographs attached, 5 loose photographs
92 2 Insula 3 6 leaves with 9 photographs attached
92 3 Insula 4 3 leaves with 3 photographs attached, 1 loose photograph
92 4 Insula 5 9 leaves with 9 photographs attached
92 5 Insula 6 23 leaves with 31 photographs attached
92 6 Insula 7 10 leaves with 11 photographs attached, 3 loose photographs
92 7-8 Insula 8 78 leaves with 110 photographs attached, 19 loose photographs
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93 1 Insula 9, 1 37 leaves with 20 photographs attached, 4 loose photographs
93 2-7 Insula 9, 2 319 leaves with 129 photographs attached
Includes photographs of Vander Poel's excavations.
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94 1 Insula 9, 3 58 leaves with 26 photographs attached, 6 loose photographs
94 2-4 Insula 9, 6-7 118 leaves with 129 photographs attached, 9 loose photographs
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95 1-3 Insula 10 113 leaves with 135 photographs attached, 5 loose photographs
95 4 Insula 11 30 leaves with 47 photographs attached, 10 loose photographs
95 5 Insula 12 35 leaves with 52 photographs attached, 2 loose photographs
95 6 Insula 13 35 leaves with 55 photographs attached, 4 loose photographs
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96 1 Insula 14 47 leaves with 61 photographs attached, 8 loose photographs
96 2 Insula 15 35 leaves with 46 photographs attached, 1 loose photograph
96 3 Insula 16 29 leaves with 33 photographs attached, 2 loose photographs
96 4 Ins. Occ. and extra moenia 17 leaves with 20 photographs attached
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96-98 Regio VII
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96 5 Insula 1 45 leaves with 50 photographs attached, 2 loose photographs
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97 1-2 Insula 2 75 leaves with 91 photographs attached, 2 loose photographs
97 3 Insula 3 12 leaves with 20 photographs attached
97 4-5 Insula 4, except Casa dei Capitelli Colorati (VII 4, 31/51) and Casa della Caccia Antica (VII 4, 48) 57 leaves with 81 photographs attached, 22 loose photographs
97 6 Insula 4, Casa dei Capitelli Colorati (VII 4, 31/51) 39 leaves with 48 photographs attached, 12 loose photographs
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98 1 Insula 4, Casa della Caccia Antica (VII 4, 48) 39 leaves with 48 photographs attached, 38 loose photographs
98 2 Insula 5 11 leaves with 11 photographs attached, 1 loose photograph
98 3 Insula 6 8 leaves with 8 photographs attached, 1 loose photograph
98 4 Insula 7 14 leaves with 17 photographs attached, 2 loose photographs
98 5 Insula 8 8 leaves with 8 photographs attached, 1 loose photograph
98 6 Insula 9 33 leaves with 47 photographs attached, 5 loose photographs
98 7 Insula 10 1 leaf with 1 photograph attached
98 8 Insula 12 13 leaves with 15 photographs attached, 4 loose photographs
98 9 Insula 13/14 7 leaves with 8 photographs attached
98 10 Insula 15 17 leaves with 19 photographs attached, 5 loose photographs
98 11 Ins. Occ. 4 leaves with 12 photographs attached
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99 1-7 Regio VIII
99 1 Insula 1 8 leaves with 11 photographs attached, 4 loose photographs
99 2 Insula 2 55 leaves with 66 photographs attached, 13 loose photographs
99 3 Insula 3 22 leaves with 31 photographs attached, 1 loose photograph
99 4 Insula 4 39 leaves with 45 photographs attached, 1 loose photograph
99 5 Insula 5 22 leaves with 26 photographs attached, 1 loose photograph
99 6 Insula 6 2 leaves with 2 photographs attached
99 7 Insula 7 45 leaves with 52 photographs attached, 8 loose photographs
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100-101 Regio IX
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100 1 Insula 1 38 leaves with 56 photographs attached, 8 loose photographs
100 2 Insula 2 29 leaves with 36 photographs attached, 18 loose photographs
100 3 Insula 3 34 leaves with 41 photographs attached, 6 loose photographs
100 4 Insula 4 13 leaves with 21 photographs attached, 4 loose photographs
100 5 Insula 5 26 leaves with 30 photographs attached, 1 loose photograph
100 6 Insula 6 3 leaves with 3 photographs attached
100 7 Insula 7 23 leaves with 27 photographs attached, 1 loose photograph
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101 1 Insula 8 30 leaves with 36 photographs attached, 6 loose photographs
101 2 Insula 9 19 leaves with 20 photographs attached, 4 loose photographs
101 3 Insula 10 2 leaves with 2 photographs attached
101 4 Insula 12 2 leaves with 2 photographs attached
101 5 Insula 13 4 leaves with 3 photographs attached, 4 loose photographs
101 6 Insula [14] 12 leaves with 12 photographs attached
101 7 Tombs and areas outside the gates 35 leaves with 35 photographs attached, 12 loose photographs
101 8 Marbles 15 photographs
101 9 Villa Imperiale 43 leaves with 43 photographs attached
101 10 Notes on the "Codex" 98 leaves
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560-561 Copy negatives of the "Codex"
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560 1 Region VII 4 113 negatives, 31 glass plate negatives; 9 x 12 cm. or smaller
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561 1 Via Mercurio appendix 145 negatives; 2.5 x 3.5 inches
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560-561 Miscellaneous negatives
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560 2 Glass negatives 2 glass plate negatives; 6.5 x 9 cm.
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561 2 35 mm. negatives 110 frames
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102, 561 "Die Gärten von Pompei," Gartenschönheit, 1929
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102 1 Copies of article 18 photographs, 1 bound photocopy
Three sets of photographic copies of article pages and photocopy added by Vander Poel.
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561 3 Negatives 5 negatives; 2.5 x 3.5 inches
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102 2 "[Reflections in the Cemetery. To the memory of Mihail Konstantinovic Pervuhin]," circa 1935 3 leaves
Unpublished manuscript in Russian and English translation added by Vander Poel.
102 3 "Kladbichtche antichnoye y Kladbichtche sovremennoye [Antique and modern cemeteries]," 1938 8 leaves
Unpublished manuscript in Russian of work discussing the ancient cemeteries of Pompeii and the Testaccio cemetery in Rome. Also includes an English translation added by Vander Poel.
102 4-6 "Flora Pompeiana," 1942 193 leaves, 4 photographs
Unpublished typescript, without images. Also includes a photocopy added by Vander Poel.
102 7 "O Pavle Nikolayeviche i Anna Sergeyevne Miliukov...[What I remember about Pavel Nikolaevic, his wife Anna Sergejevna, their son Sereza (Sergej) and all about the events of our friendship]," circa 1946 55 leaves
Unpublished manuscript in Russian of work containing autobiographical material. Also includes an English translation added by Vander Poel.
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103-107 "Marmi di Pompei," 1948
See also Box 561.
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103-106 Unpublished typescript
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103 1-4 Copy 1 196 leaves with 223 photographs attached
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104 1-2 Copy 2 183 leaves with 210 photographs attached
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105 1-2 Copy 3 183 leaves with 210 photographs attached
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106 1-2 Copy 4 182 leaves with 209 photographs attached
106 3 Notes and parts of early draft 97 leaves with 22 photographs attached
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107 Extra photographs 170 photographs
Incomplete, with several copies of some images.
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561 4 Negatives 252 frames of 35 mm film; 1 negative, 6.5 x 9 cm.
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108 1 "Index per Museo Borbonico," 1948 1 bound photocopy, 1 inserted leaf
Photocopy of unpublished typescript with notes added by Vander Poel.
108 2-4 "Index for Bulletino Archeologico Napoletano (1841-1847)," 1949
108 2 Unpublished typescript 1 bound photocopy
108 3 Miscellaneous original pages of text and notes 21 leaves
108 4 Typed text and notes for subsequent volume covering years 1852-1854 17 leaves with 2 photographs attached
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109-111 "Compendium of Wolfgang Helbig, Wandgemälde der vom Vesuv verschütteten Städte Campaniens ," undated
Vander Poel continued this project, see below Box 269.
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109-110 Unpublished typescript 504 leaves with 331 photographs attached (1 damaged), 1 loose photograph
Annotations in Warscher's hand, as well as additions by Vander Poel.
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111 1 Notes 3 notebooks, 6 leaves
111 2 Warscher's very heavily annotated copy of Helbig 1 bound copy
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112 1-3 "Compendium of Delle antichità di Ercolano [Pd'E]," undated
Vander Poel continued this project, see below Boxes 297-298.
112 1 Unpublished typescript 78 leaves
Sections of unpublished typescript with annotations in Warscher's hand, as well as additions by Vander Poel.
112 2-3 Notes on volumes III-V 4 notebooks, 49 leaves
112 4 "Compendium of Fiorelli, Pompeianarum Antiquitatum Historia, volumes I and II," undated 108 leaves
Incomplete annotated typescript of unpublished work. Vander Poel continued this project, see below Box 267.
112 5 "VI, 9, 6, Casa di Castore e Polluce," undated 37 leaves
Typescript of unpublished work.
112 6 Edited typescripts of articles, 1996 65 leaves
Typescripts of "Reflections in the Cemetery," "Antique and Modern Cemeteries," and "What I Remember about Pavel Nikolaevic..." edited by Vander Poel; includes cover letter.
Series II.C. Photographic documentation of Pompeii, 1912-1960 18.2 Linear Feet
Warscher's set of almost 5,000 3.5 x 4.5 inch format acetate negatives and the prints produced from them comprise this subseries. These photographs represent the core of Warscher's attempt to systematically document the remains of Pompeii. Her intent was to photograph the entire site, but for much of the time that she studied Pompeii, Warscher's access to certain parts of the site was restricted, particularly in the area of the "nuovi scavi." However, with the exception of these off-limits areas, her coverage of the site is quite thorough. Additional Warscher negatives in other formats are also found in the following subseries.
Although, with few exceptions, Warscher's individual negatives are undated, it is clear that Warscher photographed the same structure at different times. Not all the images of a structure are from the same period, as is shown by changed states of preservation. The earliest image in the collection, showing the peristyle in the Casa dell'Ancora Nera (VI 10, 7), negative number 418a, dates to a vacation trip to the site in 1912.
The individual photographic prints presented in this subseries come from three sources. About 900 prints were produced for Warscher and are identifiable by notations in her hand on the back. Another group of circa 1,000 prints were made for Vander Poel from Warscher's negatives. Many of these have notations in Vander Poel's hand. A third group of almost 3,000 contact prints were produced by the Getty Research Institute. These prints are identifiable by their black borders.
The photographs of the site are arranged in region and insula order. When preserved, Warscher's original housing envelopes are included with the photographs. Notations on the envelopes indicate negative counts for structures in various years. Also the glassine envelopes used by Vander Poel for rehousing Warscher's negatives are included if they have added notes. Warscher's negative lists follow the photographs.
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113 Regio I, Insulae 1 and 2 100 photographs
Contains I 1, including Stabian Gate (16 photographs, including 1 duplicate print); I 2, 1 (1 photograph); I 2, 3 (14 photographs); I 2, 6 (7 photographs); I 2, 8 (1 photograph): I 2, 10 (9 photographs); I 2, 15 (2 photographs); I 2, 16 (5 photographs); I 2, 17 (3 photographs); I 2, 18 (3 photographs); I 2, 21/22 (3 photographs); I 2, 23 (1 photograph); I 2, 24 (11 photographs); I 2, 28 (20 photographs, including 3 duplicate prints); I 2, 30 (4 photographs).
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114 Regio I, Insula 3 136 photographs
Contains I 3, 1 (4 photographs); I 3, 3 (14 photographs); I 3, 5/6/7 (6 photographs); I 3, 8 (31 photographs, including 9 duplicate prints); I 3, 9 (6 photographs); I 3, 13 (4 photographs); I 3, 15/16 (8 photographs); I 3, 22 (2 photographs); I 3, 23 (17 photographs); I 3, 24/29 (1 photograph); I 3, 25 (15 photographs, including 3 duplicate prints); I 3, 27 (16 photographs); I 3, 30 (12 photographs).
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115 Regio I, Insula 4, 1-4 56 photographs
Contains I 4, Vicolo d'Iside (12 photographs); I 4, Vicolo di Tesmo (6 photographs); I 4 (11 photographs, including 1 duplicate print); I 4, 1-4 (27 photographs, including 7 duplicate prints).
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116 Regio I, Insula 4, 5/25/28 177 photographs, including 14 duplicate prints
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117 Regio I, Insula 4, 7-27 94 photographs
Contains I 4, 7 (3 photographs); I 4, 8 (4 photographs); I 4, 9 (21 photographs); I 4, 10 (2 photographs); I 4, 12/13 (14 photographs); I 4, 14-15 (6 photographs); I 4, Quadrivium Via dell'Abbondanza/Via Stabiana (14 photographs); I 4, 15/16 (5 photographs); I 4, 17 (2 photographs); I 4, 18 (2 photographs); I 4, 19 (1 photograph); I 4, 20-21 (3 photographs); I 4, 22 (9 photographs); I 4, 23-24 (2 photographs); I 4, 26 (2 photographs); I 4, 27 (4 photographs).
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118 Regio I, Insulae 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, 11, 12, extra portam 79 photographs
Contains I 5 (20 photographs, including 3 duplicate prints); I 6 (2 photographs); I 6, 2 (3 photographs); I 6, 7 (2 photographs); I 6, 11 (4 photographs); I 6, 12 (1 photograph); I 6, 13/14 (2 photographs); I 7, 1 (5 photographs); I 7, 2/3 (1 photograph); I 7, 7 ( 1 photograph); I 7, 10-12 (21 photographs, including 1 duplicate print); I 8, 1 (5 photographs); I 8, 8 ( 1 photograph); I 10 (1 photograph); I 10, 3 (1 photograph); I 10, 4 (3 photographs, including 1 duplicate print); I 10, 7 (1 photograph); I 10, 8 (1 photograph); I 10, 11 (1 photograph); I 11, 1 (1 photograph); I 12, 3 (1 photograph); I extra portam (1 photograph).
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119 Regio II, Insulae 1, 2, 6; Regio III, Insulae 2, 3, 4 and Regio IV, extra portam 67 photographs
Contains II 1, 1 (1 photograph); II 1, 2 (1 photograph); II 2, 1/6 (1 photograph); II 2, 2 (13 photographs); II 2, 3 (1 photograph); II 2, 4 (3 photographs); II 6 (8 photographs); III 2, 1 (14 photographs); III 3, 1 (1 photograph); III 3, 6 (7 photographs, including 1 duplicate print); III 4, 1 (1 photograph); III 4, 2/3 (3 photographs, including 1 duplicate print); III 4, 4 (6 photographs); Porta di Nola (2 photographs); IV extra portam (5 photographs).
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120 Regio V, Insula 1 68 photographs
Contains V 1, 1-4 (2 photographs); V 1, 7 (18 photographs); V 1, 14 (1 photograph); V 1, 15 (1 photograph); V 1, 18 (3 photographs); V 1, 26 (34 photographs, including 2 duplicate prints); V 1, 28/30 (8 photographs); V 1, 31 (1 photograph).
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121 Regio V, Insula 2 37 photographs
Contains V, 2 (1 photograph); V 2, 1 (2 photographs); V 2, 4 (13 photographs, including 2 duplicate prints); V 2, 10 (2 photographs); V 2, 14 (5 photographs); V 2, 15 (3 photographs); V 2, 19 (1 photograph); V 2, D (1 photograph); V 2, E (1 photograph); V 2, I (1 photograph); V 2, J (8 photographs).
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122 Regio V, Insulae 3-7 60 photographs
Contains V 3 (1 photograph); V 3, 4 (3 photographs); V 3, 6 (1 photograph); V 3, 7 (3 photographs); V 3, 8 (2 photographs); V 3, 9 (1 photograph); V 3, 10 (2 photographs); V 3, 11 (4 photographs); V 3, 12 (2 photographs); V 4 (1 photograph); V 4, 3 (5 photographs); V 4, 7/8 (3 photographs); V 4, 9 (3 photographs); V 4, 12/13 (8 photographs); V 4, A (2 photographs); V 4, B (6 photographs); V 4, C (3 photographs); V 5, 3 (9 photographs); V 6 (2 photographs); V 7 (1 photograph).
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123 Regio VI, Insula 1, 1-7 115 photographs
Contains VI 1 Porta Ercolano (5 photographs); VI 1 (17 photographs, including 5 duplicate prints); VI 1, 1-7 (5 photographs, including 1 duplicate print); VI 1, 5 (1 photograph); VI 1, 7/24/25 (87 photographs, including 9 duplicate prints).
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124 Regio VI, Insula 1, 10-19 76 photographs
Contains VI 1, 10/23 (42 photographs, including 2 duplicate prints); VI 1, 13-18 (1 photograph); VI 1, 13/ 22 (10 photographs); VI 1, 14/21 (6 photographs, including 1 duplicate print); VI 1, 17 (3 photographs); VI 1, 18/20 (4 photographs); VI 1, 19 (10 photographs).
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125 Regio VI, Insulae 2-4 58 photographs
Contains VI 2, 4 (25 photographs, including 2 duplicate prints); VI 2, 13 (3 photographs); VI 2, 14 (1 photograph); VI 2, 15/22 (2 photographs); VI 2, 18/19 (1 photograph); VI 2, 23/24 (2 photographs); VI 2, 32 (?) (1 photograph); VI 3, 3/4/28 (7 photographs); VI 3, 7 (2 photographs); VI 3, 16, 18/19, 20 (9 photographs, including 1 duplicate print); VI 3, 24 (2 photographs); VI 4 (2 photographs); VI 4, 11 (1 photograph).
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126 Regio VI, Insulae 5-6 116 photographs
Contains VI 5, 4 (6 photographs); VI 5, 5 (4 photographs); VI 5, 8/20 (1 photograph); VI 5, 13 (3 photographs); VI 5, 16 (7 photographs, including 1 duplicate print); VI 5, 17 (2 photographs); VI 5, 19 (3 photographs); VI 6, 1 (51 photographs); VI 6, 2 (1 photograph); VI 6, 3 (6 photographs); VI 6, 8-11 (7 photographs); VI 6, 12 (3 photographs); VI 6, 13-17 (11 photographs); VI 6, 18 (4 photographs); VI 6, 20 (7 photographs).
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127 Regio VI, Insula 7 and Insula 8, 5-19 81 photographs
Contains VI 7, 19/20 (2 photographs); VI 7, 23 (1 photograph); VI 7, 26 (2 photographs); VI 8 Arco di Caligula (2 photographs); VI 8 (2 photographs); VI 8, 5 (41 photographs, including 10 duplicate prints); VI 8, 7-9 (11 photographs); VI 8, 11 (1 photograph); VI 8, 12 (2 photographs); VI 8, 14-19 (17 photographs, including 3 duplicate prints).
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128 Regio VI, Insula 8, 20-24 122 photographs
Contains VI 8, 20/21 (29 photographs); VI 8, 22 (23 photographs, including 4 duplicate prints); VI 8, 23/24 (78 photographs, including 19 duplicate prints).
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129 Regio VI, Insula 9 178 photographs
Contains VI 9 (2 photographs); VI 9, 1 (6 photographs, including 2 duplicate prints); VI 9, 2 (154 photographs, including 5 duplicate prints); VI 9, 3 (9 photographs); VI 9, 6 (7 photographs); VI 9, 7 (1 photograph).
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130 Regio VI, Insula 10, 1-10, 6 144 photographs
Contains VI 10 (1 photograph); VI 10, 1 (19 photographs, including 4 duplicate prints); VI 10, 2 (29 photographs, including 1 duplicate print); VI 10, 3/4 (24 photographs, including 1 duplicate print); VI 10, 6 (71 photographs, including 35 duplicate prints).
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131 Regio VI, Insula 10, 7 123 photographs
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132 Regio VI, Insula 10, 8/9/11 130 photographs, including 16 duplicate prints
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133 Regio VI, Insula 10, 10-15 and Insula 11 112 photographs
Contains VI 10, 10 (6 photographs); VI 10, 10-18 (5 photographs); VI 10, 12 (7 photographs); VI 10, 14 (27 photographs); VI 10, 15 (8 photographs); VI 11 (3 photographs); VI 11, 8/9/10 (53 photographs, including 1 duplicate print); VI 11, 14 (1 photograph); VI 11, 16 (1 photograph); VI 11, 18 (1 photograph).
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134 Regio VI, Insula 12 74 photographs, including 1 duplicate print
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135 Regio VI, Insula 13 163 photographs
Contains VI 13, 2 (37 photographs); VI 13, 5 (31 photographs); VI 13, 7 (1 photograph); VI 13, 10/11 (9 photographs); VI 13, 13 (26 photographs); VI 13, 16/17 (19 photographs); VI 13, 19 (40 photographs, including 1 duplicate print).
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136 Regio VI, Insula 14, 1-27 102 photographs
Contains VI 14, 1-4 (9 photographs); VI 14, 5 (2 photographs); VI 14, 8/10 (3 photographs); VI 14, 12/16 (20 photographs, including 2 duplicate prints); VI 14, 18 (17 photographs, including 1 duplicate print); VI 14, 20 (21 photographs); VI 14, 22 (23 photographs, including 4 duplicate prints); VI 14, 25/27 (7 photographs).
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137 Regio VI, Insula 14, 28-43 139 photographs
Contains VI 14, 28 (2 photographs); VI 14, 29 (6 photographs); VI 14, 30 (4 photographs, including 3 duplicate prints); VI 14, 31 (16 photographs); VI 14, 34 (3 photographs); VI 14, 35/36 (7 photographs, including 3 duplicate prints); VI 14, 37 (6 photographs); VI 14, 38 (7 photographs); VI 14, 39 (10 photographs, including 2 duplicate prints); VI 14, 40 (20 photographs); VI 14, 41/42 (18 photographs, including 6 duplicate prints); VI 14, 43 (39 photographs).
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138 Regio VI, Insulae 15 and 16 106 photographs
Contains VI 15 (4 photographs, including 3 duplicate prints); VI 15, 1 (40 photographs, including 4 duplicate prints); VI 15, 3 (2 photographs); VI 15, 5 (4 photographs); VI 15, 6 (?) (2 photographs); VI 15, 7/8 (3 photographs); VI 15, 9 (5 photographs); VI 15, 23 (3 photographs); VI 16 (5 photographs); VI 16, 7 (22 photographs); VI 16, 12 (2 photographs); VI 16, 27 (3 photographs); VI 16, 28 (5 photographs); VI 16, 32 (6 photographs).
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139 Regio VI, Ins. Occ., extra portam and extra moenia 72 photographs
Contains VI 17, Ins. Occ. (10 photographs, including 1 duplicate); VI extra portam Vesuvius (6 photographs); VI extra moenia, Via dei Sepolcri, east (33 photographs); VI extra moenia, west (23 photographs).
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140 Regio VII, Insula 1 65 photographs
Contains VII 1, 8, 14/15, 48, 50 (30 photographs); VII 1, 25/47 (14 photographs); VII 1, 32/33 (1 photograph); VII 1, 39 (1 photograph); VII 1, 40 (16 photographs); VII 1, 41/42 (1 photograph); VII 1, 49 (2 photographs).
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141 Regio VII, Insula 2, 1-20 114 photographs
Contains VII 2, 1/2 (3 photographs); VII 2, 3 (8 photographs); VII 2, 5/6 (8 photographs, including 1 duplicate print); VII 2, 11 (15 photographs, including 3 duplicate prints); VII 2, 14/15 (2 photographs); VII 2, 16 (26 photographs); VII 2, 18 (18 photographs, including 1 duplicate print); VII 2, 20/38 (34 photographs).
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142 Regio VII, Insula 2, 22-51 98 photographs
Contains VII 2, 22 (11 photographs); VII 2, 23 (8 photographs); VII 2, 24/26 (11 photographs); VII 2, 28 (10 photographs); VII 2, 34 (5 photographs); VII 2, 37-38 (2 photographs); VII 2, 41 (5 photographs); VII 2, 42 (5 photographs); VII 2, 44/45 (16 photographs, including 1 duplicate print); VII 2, 48 (10 photographs, including 1 duplicate print); VII 2, 51 (15 photographs, including 1 duplicate print).
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143 Regio VII, Insula 3 30 photographs
Contains VII 3 (8 photographs); VII 3, 6 (2 photographs); VII 3, 8 (2 photographs); VII 3, 13 (8 photographs); VII 3, 16-20 (3 photographs); VII 3, 21 (3 photographs); VII 3, 24 (1 photograph); VII 3, 27 (1 photograph); VII 3, 29 (2 photographs).
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144 Regio VII, Insula 4, 1-29 100 photographs
Contains VII 4 (7 photographs); VII 4, 1 (36 photographs, including 6 duplicate prints); VII 4, 3-11 (19 photographs, including 1 duplicate print); VII 4, 10 (1 photograph); VII 4, 16-29 Strada degli Augustali (27 photographs); VII 4, 29 (10 photographs).
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145 Regio VII, Insula 4, 31/51 68 photographs, including 1 duplicate print
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146 Regio VII, Insula 4, 34-62 160 photographs
Contains VII 4, 34-45 Vicolo Storto (24 photographs); VII 4, 48 (61 photographs, including 5 duplicate prints); VII 4, 56 (12 photographs); VII 4, 57 (26 photographs, including 1 duplicate print); VII 4, 58 (3 photographs); VII 4, 59 (23 photographs); VII 4, 62 (11 photographs).
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147 Regio VII, Insulae 5, 6 and 7 112 photographs
Contains ; VII 5 (13 photographs, including 3 duplicate prints); VII 6 (5 photographs); VII 6, 7 (2 photographs); VII 6, 24 (8 photographs); VII 6, 28 (20 photographs, including 3 duplicate prints); VII 6, 30 (1 photograph); VII 6, 34 (2 photographs); VII 6, 35 (7 photographs, including 1 duplicate print); VII 7 (2 photographs); VII 7, 5 (15 photographs); VII 7, 10/13 (13 photographs); VII 7, 16 (1 photograph); VII 7, 17 (2 photographs); VII 7, 22 (1 photograph); VII 7, 23 (1 photograph); VII 7, 26 (2 photographs); VII 7, 29, 30; (4 photographs); VII 7, 32 Temple of Apollo (13 photographs).
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148 Regio VII, Insula 8 74 photographs
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149 Regio VII, Insulae 9, 10 and 11 108 photographs
Contains VII 9, 1/67/68 (31 photographs); VII 9, 2 (16 photographs); VII 9, 3 (7 photographs); VII 9, 4-12 (31 photographs); VII 9, 33 (2 photographs); VII 9, 47 (6 photographs); VII 9, 63 (2 photographs); VII 10, 1-2 (2 photographs); VII 10, 5 (3 photographs); VII 11 (4 photographs); VII 11, 11/14 (4 photographs).
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150 Regio VII, Insulae 12, 13, 14, 15 and Ins. Occ. 106 photographs
Contains VII 12, 1 (2 photographs); VII 12, 12 (1 photograph); VII 12, 14 (2 photographs); VII 12, 21 (5 photographs); VII 12, 23 (4 photographs); VII 12, 26 (6 photographs); VII 12, 28 (3 photographs); VII 12, 33 (1 photograph); VII 13 (2 photographs); VII 13, 4 (3 photographs); VII 13, 7 (2 photographs); VII 13, 8 (1 photograph); VII 14, 5 (6 photographs); VII 14, 8-9 (6 photographs); VII 14, 14 (1 photograph); VII 15 (2 photographs); VII 15, 2 (19 photographs); VII 15, 5 (3 photographs); VII 15, 8 (1 photograph); VII 15, 9-10 (4 photographs); VII 15, 11 (1 photograph); VII 15, 12-13 (12 photographs); VII Ins. Occ. (20 photographs).
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151 Regio VIII, Insulae 1, 2, 3 162 photographs
Contains Porta Marina (2 photographs); VIII 1, [1] (24 photographs); VIII 1, Temple of Venus (12 photographs); VIII 2 (5 photographs); VIII 2, 1 (8 photographs); VIII 2, 6/8/10 (7 photographs); VIII 2, 14-16 (15 photographs); VIII 2, 17-21 (3 photographs); VIII 2, 23 (7 photographs); VIII 2, 26 (3 photographs); VIII 2, 29 (3 photographs); VIII 2, 30 (10 photographs); VIII 2, 34 (3 photographs); VIII 2, 37 (2 photographs); VIII 2, 39 (5 photographs); VIII 3, 4 (2 photographs); VIII 3, 6 (1 photograph); VIII 3, 8 (24 photographs); VIII 3, 10-12 (1 photograph); VIII 3, 13-16 (5 photographs); VIII 3, 21 (1 photograph); VIII 3, 24 (4 photographs); VIII 3, 27-28 (3 photographs); VIII 3, 31 (11 photographs); VIII 3, 32 (1 photograph).
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152 Regio VIII, Insulae 4, 5, 6 77 photographs
Contains VIII 4 (1 photograph); VIII 4, 1 (2 photographs); VIII 4, 4 (11 photographs); VIII 4, 9 (1 photograph); VIII 4, 10-12 (3 photographs); VIII 4, 15 (18 photographs); VIII 4, 26-28 (3 photographs); VIII 4, 34 (4 photographs); VIII 5, 2 (10 photographs); VIII 5, 9 (1 photograph); VIII 5, 10 (1 photograph); VIII 5, 16 (10 photographs); VIII 5, 17-20 (2 photographs, including 1 duplicate print); VIII 5, 24 (1 photograph); VIII 5, 28 (1 photograph); VIII 5, 32-34 (1 photograph); VIII 5, 37 (2 photographs); VIII 6, 4 (1 photograph); VIII 6, 9 (1 photograph); VIII 6, 10 (3 photographs including 2 duplicate prints).
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153 Regio VIII, Insula 7 107 photographs
Contains VIII 7, 5 (7 photographs); VIII 7, 6/8 (2 photographs); VIII 7, 10 (1 photograph); VIII 7, 16 (8 photographs, including 1 duplicate print); VIII 7, 19-20 (10 photographs, including 1 duplicate print); VIII 7, 24 (5 photographs); VIII 7, 25 (1 photograph); VIII 7, 28 (60 photographs, including 2 duplicate prints); VIII 7, 29 (3 photographs); VIII 7, 30 (10 photographs).
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154 Regio IX, Insula 1 138 photographs
Contains IX 1 (1 photograph); IX 1, 1-4 (1 photograph); IX 1, 1 (4 photographs); IX 1, 2-5 (1 photograph); IX 1, 3 (9 photographs); IX 1, 5 (12 photographs); IX 1, 7 (12 photographs); IX 1, 12 (9 photographs); IX 1, 13 (1 photograph); IX 1, 14 (1 photograph); IX 1, 15/16 (7 photographs); IX 1, 18 (1 photograph); IX 1, 20 (25 photographs, including 1 duplicate print); IX 1, 22/29 (38 photographs); IX 1, 25-27 (12 photographs, including 6 duplicate prints); IX 1, 28 (1 photograph); IX 1, 32 (3 photographs).
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155 Regio IX, Insula 2 121 photographs
Contains IX 2 (1 photograph); IX 2, 1 (7 photographs); IX 2, 2-3 (1 photograph); IX 2, 4-5 (3 photographs); IX 2, 5 (3 photographs); IX 2, 7 (5 photographs); IX 2, 8-9 (5 photographs, including 1 duplicate print); IX 2, 10 (5 photographs); IX 2, 11-12 (8 photographs); IX 2, 16 (28 photographs); IX 2, 17 (14 photographs); IX 2, 18 (9 photographs); IX 2, 21 (13 photographs); IX 2, 24 (1 photograph); IX 2, 25 (1 photograph); IX 2, 26 (8 photographs); IX 2, 27 (9 photographs).
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156 Regio IX, Insula 3 123 photographs
Contains IX 3 (2 photographs); IX 3, 1-5 (1 photograph); IX 3, 1-2, (11 photographs); IX 3, 4 (4 photographs); IX 3, 5 (52 photographs); IX 3, 7-9 (3 photographs); IX 3, 10/12 (11 photographs); IX 3, 13 (1 photograph); IX 3, 14 (4 photographs); IX 3, 15 (6 photographs); IX 3, 17 (3 photographs); IX 3, 18 (2 photographs); IX 3, 19-20 (13 photographs); IX 3, 21-22 (3 photographs); IX 3, 23 (3 photographs); IX 3, 25 (4 photographs).
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157 Regio IX, Insulae 4-6 82 photographs
Contains IX 4 (31 photographs); IX 5 (3 photographs); IX 5, 2 (1 photograph); IX 5, 6, (3 photographs); IX 5, 9 (16 photographs, including 1 duplicate print); IX 5, 11-13 (6 photographs, including 1 duplicate print); IX 5, 14-16 (7 photographs); IX 5, 18 (4 photographs); IX 6 (8 photographs); IX 6, 3 (1 photograph); IX 6, 4 (1 photograph); IX 6, 8 (1 photograph).
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158 Regio IX, Insulae 7-14 89 photographs
Contains IX 7, 1-2 (2 photographs); IX 7, 4-10 (3 photographs); IX 7, 16 (3 photographs); IX 7, 17-18 (1 photograph); IX 7, 20 (11 photographs); IX 7, 21/22 (1 photograph); IX 7, 25 (5 photographs); IX 8, 3/6 (35 photographs); IX 9 (7 photographs); IX 10 (3 photographs); IX 11, 1 (1 photograph); IX 12, 1-2 (2 photographs); IX 12, 6 (1 photograph); IX 13 (2 photographs); IX 14 (12 photographs).
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159 Villas outside the walls and city features 50 photographs
Contains Villa di Diomede (18 photographs, including 9 duplicate prints); Villa dei Misteri (3 photographs); Villa Suburbana (2 photographs, including duplicate print); Villa delle colonne a mosaico ( 3 photographs); Boscoreale (1 photograph); city walls and gates (9 photographs); street and water features (9 photographs); inscriptions (5 photographs); magazine (2 photographs).
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160 1 Unidentified photographs 56 photographs
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562-575 Negatives
See also Box 161, Folders 1-2.
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562 I 1- I 4, 5 427 negatives
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563 I 4, 7- IV 233 negatives
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564 V- VI 1 336 negatives
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565 VI 2- VI 8 346 negatives
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566 VI 9 172 negatives
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567 VI 10 393 negatives
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568 VI 11- VI 13 293 negatives
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569 VI 14- VI extra moenia 390 negatives
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570 VII 1- VII 2 269 negatives
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571 VII 3- VII 6 391 negatives
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572 VII 7- VII Ins.Occ. 343 negatives
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573 VIII 339 negatives
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574 IX 1- IX 3 374 negatives
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575 IX 4- IX 14, villas, city features and unidentified photographs 264 negatives
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161 1 Index of negatives 1 bound volume
Typed list of negatives, organized by negative number, with hand-written additions by Warscher and annotations by Vander Poel.
161 2 List of negatives 57 leaves
Typed list of negative count, organized by house number, with interleaved carbon copy.
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160, 561 Unidentified photographs lacking negatives
These photographs appear to be Warscher's prints, but can not be paired with her 3.5 x 4.5 negatives. They may be derived from missing negatives, or may have been printed from Warscher's 35 mm. negatives. See below Boxes 577-578.
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160 2 Photographic prints 28 photographs
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561 5 Copy work negatives 2 negatives; 9 x 12 cm.
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161, 561 Warscher photographs used to illustrate Pierre Grimal, Les jardins romains,
Photographic copies of Grimal's plates commissioned by Vander Poel.
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161 3 Photographic prints 16 photographs
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561 6 Copy work negatives 10 negatives; 2.5 x 3.5 in.
Series II.D. Research materials and miscellaneous professional papers, 1939-1997, undated 7.3 linear feet
This subseries contains circa 1,700 items of Warscher's research materials. These include Warscher's own primary observations of the site and her notes on secondary sources, as well as her foreign language vocabulary notebooks. Vander Poel added material to two of these items.
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162 1 Notes on I 4, undated 1 notebook with 2 photographs attached
162 2-6 Notes on VI 9, 2, Casa di Meleagro, undated 6 leaves, 8 notebooks
See also Series III below.
162 7 Notes on wall decoration of unidentified room, undated 1 notebook
162 8-9 Notes on paintings and mosaics in the Museo archeologico nazionale di Napoli, undated 1 book, 1 notebook, 1 leaf
Includes Warscher's very heavily annotated copy of Olga Elia, Pitture murali e mosaici nel Museo Nazionale di Napoli, Rome, 1932.
162 10-11 Notes on Fiorelli, Descrizione di Pompei, undated 51 leaves
162 12 Notes on Schefold, Die Wände Pompejis, undated 33 leaves
162 13 Notes on Roux-Barré, Herculanum et Pompéi, undated 6 leaves
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163 1 Compendium of public buildings at Pompeii, undated 27 leaves with 45 photographs attached
163 2-4 Compendium of bomb damage at Pompeii, undated 130 leaves with 59 photographs attached
Documentation of the damage from the 1943 bombing, with notes added by Vander Poel.
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164 1-5 Miscellaneous notes on Pompeii, undated 9 notebooks, 3 leaves
164 6 Painting from the Villa dei Misteri, undated 1 postcard
Card with Christmas greeting sent to unidentified recipient.
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164, 560 Drawing of mill, undated
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164 7 Drawing 1 leaf
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560 3 Negative of drawing 1 glass plate negative; 6.5 x 9 cm.
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164 8 Corrected proofs of Armin von Gerkan, Der Stadtplan von Pompeji, circa 1939 24 leaves
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485* 1 Plans of Pompeii, undated 4 plans
Hand-drawn plans of the Forum, Regio VI and portions of Regio VI, insulae 1 and 10.
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576 1 Photographic documentation of the Protestant Cemetery in Rome, undated 45 negatives; 8.5 x 11 cm.
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577-583 Miscellaneous photographic negatives, undated
Primarily copy work with a limited amount of original photography.
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577-578 35 mm negatives, undated 949 frames
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579 Sheet film negatives, undated 167 negatives; 3.5 x 4.5 inches or smaller
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580-583 Glass negatives, undated 71 glass plate negatives; 13 x 18 cm. or smaller
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584 1 Slides of wall-painting reconstructions, undated 4 glass lantern slides; 8.5 x 10 cm.
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165-166 Foreign language exercises, 1957-1958, undated
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165 1 French practice, undated 1 notebook
Phrases, sentences, vocabulary and practice with idioms
165 2-6 English practice, undated 12 notebooks
Phrases, sentences, vocabulary and practice with idioms
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166 1-2 English vocabulary, undated 4 notebooks
Lists of vocabulary terms, working from French, German and Italian.
166 3-4 German-English vocabulary [?], 1957-1958 204 leaves
Material from binder labeled "Tatiana Warscher/(First Steps)/ T.W. and H.B.vdP/Rome 1957-1958"; lists of vocabulary words taken from German archaeological publications with English translations; majority in Warscher's handwriting, the rest in Vander Poel's.
Series II.E. Personal papers, 1958-1959, undated 1.3 Linear Feet
Tatiana Warscher's personal papers comprise this subseries. The material consists primarily of address books and photographs.
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167 1-4 Address books, undated 4 books
167 5 Swoboda [Freedom], May 1959 1 magazine
Anti-Soviet magazine for emigrants, published in Munich.
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168, 561 Photograph album of Warscher's 78th birthday party, 1 Jul 1958
Album assembled by Vander Poel and presented to Warscher, signed by the guests. Also includes typescripts of short speeches given by Vander Poel and Della Corte.
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168 Album 1 album
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561 7 Negatives of photographs 16 frames; 120 film
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167 6 Photographs related to Nataliya Petrovna Khalyutina, undated 6 photographs, 3 leaves, 1 envelope
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167, 576 Miscellaneous personal photographs, undated
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167 7 Photographic prints 40 photographs
Mostly snapshots of Warscher's friends and colleagues, some labeled on back.
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576 2 Negatives 41 negatives; 8.5 x 11 cm. or smaller
Mostly unidentified groups and individuals.
Series II.F. Memorials, 1960-1997 1 Linear Feet
After Tatiana Warscher's death, Vander Poel collected and created memorials to the scholar. Further memorials are included in Series VIII.
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485* 2 Obituary, 6 Dec 1960 10 copies of newspaper
In Novoye russkoye slovo, a Russian language newspaper published in New York.
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169 1 Obituary, 13 Dec 1960 1 clipping, 2 photocopies, 1 photographic copy
By Matteo Della Corte from Roma.
169 2 Necrology, undated 4 leaves
Two photocopies of necrology by Lawrence Richardson, Jr. and C. Bradford Welles from AJA 66 (1962): 95-96.
169 3 Blank certificates for the Tatiana Warscher Award at the American Academy in Rome, undated 54 certificates
Certificates printed for dates ranging from 1967-2000.
169 4 Thoughts on Warscher by Vander Poel, undated 1 leaf
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170 Medaglia di Benemerenza, undated 2 medals, 1 photograph
Medals from the Ministro della pubblica istruzione honoring Warscher's work at Pompeii. Also included is a photographic copy of a page of text discussing the Medaglia di Benemerenza awarded in connection with the 200th anniversary of the excavations at Pompeii.
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561 8 Informal portraits of Tatiana Warscher, 1960, undated 42 frames of 35 mm negatives; 5 slides
Some of these photographs served as studies for the bronze portrait head of Warscher, see below Series VIII.


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