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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 X. Non-Campanian materials, circa 1570-1996, bulk, 1932-1992 28.1 linear feet, 36 flat file folders, 5 rolls
A variety of non-Campanian materials accompanying the Campanian collection comprise this series. They reflect the broader range of Vander Poel's interests, and their distance from the Campanian focus of the collection varies. On the one hand, there are papers of two archaeologists, Friedrich-Wilhelm von Hase and Margaret Murray, not involved in Campania, as well as material relating to the archaeology of other areas of Italy and the world. Other material moves farther afield documenting elements of Vander Poel's art and antique collection or his interest in armaments.
Arrangement note
The non-Campanian materials are arranged in seven subseries, by topic.
Series X.A. Friedrich-Wilhelm von Hase papers, 1963-1995, undated 3.3 linear feet, 1 flat file folder
Friedrich-Wilhelm von Hase studied Classical Archaeology, Prehistory and Etruscology in Göttingen, Perugia and Rome. He is best known for his long tenure at the Römisch-Germanischen Zentralmuseum in Mainz from 1983 until his retirement as chief conservator in 2002.
Production materials, from manuscript to offprint, for many of Hase's publications form the bulk of this subseries. Also included is a small amount of correspondence and lecture material.
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456 1-5 Correspondence, 1977-1993
456 1 Fulvio Canciani, 1978-1979 3 letters (3 leaves)
456 2 Filippo Delpino, 1978-1979 6 letters (6 leaves)
456 3 Massimo Pallottino, 1979 4 letters (6 leaves)
456 4 David Ridgway, 1978-1979 3 letters (4 leaves)
456 5 Vander Poel, Halsted B., 1977-1993 11 letters (14 leaves)
Primarily letters sent from von Hase to Vander Poel.
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456-459 Manuscripts of publications, 1970-1995, undated
See also Box 619.
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456, 619 "Zwei etruskische Gürtelschliessen." Neue Ausgrabungen und Forschungen in Niedersachsen 6 (1970): 41-45, 1970
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456 6 Text 13 leaves, 1 bound photocopy
Photocopy of annotated typescript, photocopy of published article.
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619 1 Negatives of illustrations 2 negatives; 2.5 x 3.5 in.
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456, 619 "Gürtelschliessen des 7. und frühen 6. Jahrh. v. Chr. in Mittelitalien." JdI 86 (1971): 1-59, 1971
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456 7 Text 9 leaves
Annotated typescript.
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619 2 Negatives of illustrations 25 negatives; 2.5 x 3.5 in.
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456, 619 "Zum Fragment eines orientalischen Bronzeflügels aus Vetulonia." RM 79 (1972): 155-165, 1972
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456 8 Text 10 leaves
Photocopy of annotated typescript.
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619 3 Negatives of illustrations 2 negatives; 2.5 x 3.5 in.
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456, 619 "Zerstörungsfreie RF-Analyse frühetruskischer Goldfunde mit einer Radionuklid-Röntgenquelle." Kerntechnik 15 (1973): 565-569, 1973
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456 9 Text 101 leaves, 2 photographs
Includes photocopies of typescripts and published article.
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619 4 Negatives of illustrations 2 negatives; 2.5 x 3.5 in.
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456 10 Entry included within Juliette de la Genière, "À propos de quelques mobliers funéraires d'Amendolara." MEFRA 85 (1973): 7-53, 1973 2 leaves
Typescript of entry on silver jewelry, pages 26-27.
456 11 "Die frühetruskische Goldschale aus Praeneste im Victoria und Albert Museum." AA (1974): 85-104, 1974 50 leaves
Includes two photocopies of the complete annotated typescript, a small portion of the original annotated typescript and corrected proofs.
456 12 "Eine unbekannte etruskische Sitzstatuette in Massa Marittima." MarWPr (1974): 16-23, 1974 53 leaves, 1 offprint
Includes three annotated typescripts, and a photocopy and offprint of the published article.
456 13 "Zur Problematik der frühesten Goldfunde in Mittelitalien." HambBeitrA 5 (1975): 99-182, 1975 81 leaves
Annotated typescript.
456 14 "Satricum." In Civiltà del Lazio primitivo, 213-249. Rome, 1976, 1976 2 leaves
Annotated typescript.
456 15 Review of Jürgen Borchardt, Homerische Helme. Gnomon 49 (1977): 288-297, 1977 40 leaves
Includes annotated typescript, corrected proofs and photocopy of the published article.
456 16 "Zum östlichen Einfluss auf deie Goldarbeiten des späteren 8. und frühen 7. Jahrh. v. Chr. in Mittelitalien." In Proceedings of the Xth International Congress of Classical Archaeology, 1101-1110. Ankara, 1978, 1978 14 leaves
Includes annotated typescript and photocopy.
456 17 Review of Hermann Müller-Karpe, Beiträge zu italienischen und griechischen Bronzefunden. Praehistorische Zeitschrift 53 (1978): 284-289, 1978 33 leaves, 1 offprint
Includes two annotated typescripts, and a photocopy and offprint of published article.
456 18 La tomba Bernardini di Palestrina. Rome, 1979 1979 163 leaves
Includes original annotated typescripts and photocopies.
456 19 "Zum Beginn des Fernhandels von und nach Etrurien unter besonderer Berücksichtigung der frühesten mittelitalienischen Funde in Griechenland." In Die Aufnahme fremder Kultureinflüsse in Etrurien und das Problem des Retardierens in der etruskischen Kunst, 9-24. Mannheim, 1981, 1981 18 leaves
Annotated typescript.
456 20 "Der urnenfeldzeitliche Bronzeschwertgriff aus dem Hortfund von Mannheim-Wallstadt." Archäologischen Nachrichten aus Baden 27 (1981): 3-12, 1981 66 leaves, 2 offprints
Includes text of original paper, annotated typescript, photocopies and offprints of the published article.
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457 1 "Mykenische Keramik in Italien. Erläuterungen zu einer Verbreitungskarte." In Beiträge zur ägäischen Bronzezeit, 13-28. Marburg, 1982, 1982 39 leaves
Annotated typescript and photocopy.
457 2 Review of Stefania Quilici Gigli, Blera. BJb 182 (1982): 679-682, 1981-1982 27 leaves, 1 fascicle
Includes manuscript, annotated typescript, two annotated typescripts and photocopy, photocopy of corrected proofs and fascicle of journal with the published review.
457 3 "Ein unbekannter apulisch-korinthischer Helm im Reiss-Museum in Mannheim." Mannheimer Hefte (1982): 99-108, 1982 21 leaves, 1 fascicle
Includes annotated typescript with carbon copy and fascicle of journal with the published article.
457 4 "Alle origini della statuaria etrusca." Studi Etruschi 52 (1984): 13-59, 1979-1985 137 leaves
Includes manuscript, several annotated typescripts, photocopy of Colonna section and photocopy of corrected proofs, as well as correspondence relating to the publication.
457 5 "Die goldene Prunkfibel aus Vulci, Ponte Sodo." JbRGZM 31 (1984): 247-302, 1984 126 leaves, 1 offprint
Includes annotated typescript, corrected proofs and offprint of the published article.
457 6 Review of Luciana Aigner Foresti, Der Ostalpenraum und Italien. Germania 64 (1986): 621-624, 1986 10 leaves, 1 offprint
Includes annotated typescript, corrected, proofs and offprint of the published review.
457 7 "Die ägäisch bronzezeitlichen Importe in Kampanien und Mittelitalien im Licht der neueren Forschung." In Ägäische Bronzezeit, 257-273. Darmstadt, 1987, 1987 38 leaves
Photocopy of annotated typescript.
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458 1 "Früheisenzeitliche Kammhelme aus Italien." In Antike Helme, 195-211. Mainz, 1988, 1988 105 leaves
Includes manuscript, annotated typescripts, corrected proofs, photocopy of published article.
458 2 "Etrurien und das Gebiet nordwärts der Alpen in der ausgehenden Urnenfelder-und frühen Hallstattzeit." In Atti del secondo Congresso Internazionale Etrusco 1031-1061. Rome, 1989, 1985-1989 158 leaves, 1 offprint
Includes manuscript, annotated typescripts, corrected proofs and final article.
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459 1-2 "Der etruskische Bucchero aus Karthago." JbRGZM 36 (1989): 327-410, 1989 260 leaves, 1 offprint
Includes annotated typescript, corrected proofs, offprint of published article.
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457 8 "Ägäische Importe im zentralen Mittelmeergebiet in späthelladischer Zeit (SH I - SH III C)." In Orientalisch-Ägäische Einflüsse in der europäischen Bronzezeit, 80-108. Bonn, 1990, 1990 78 leaves, 1 bound photocopy
Includes annotated manuscripts, annotated photocopy of typescript, corrected proofs and photocopy of published article.
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459 3 Review of Michel Gras, Trafics tyrrhéniens archäiques. HambBeitrA 15-17 (1988-1990): 347- 364, 1990 81 leaves, 1 offprint
Includes manuscript, annotated typescript, photocopies of corrected proofs, and offprint of published article.
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458 3 "Storia delle esplorazioni archeologiche nella Magna Grecia." In Un secolo di ricerche in Magna Grecia, 53-84. Taranto, 1990, 1990 146 leaves, 1 bound photocopy
Includes manuscript, annotated typescript, corrected proofs and photocopy of published article.
458 4 "The ceremonial jewelry from the Regolini-Galassi tomb in Cerveteri. Some ideas concerning the workshop," in Prehistoric Gold in Europe, 533-559. Dordrecht, 1995, 1993-1995 52 leaves, 1 offprint
Includes annotated typescript, corrected proof and offprint of published article.
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459 4 Catalog entry from unidentified work on "urne a capanna," undated 23 leaves
Includes manuscripts, annotated typescripts and photocopies of images.
459 5-9 Lectures, 1981-1983
459 5 "Mykenisch-ägäische Einflüsse in Kampanien und Latium im Lichte der neuen Grabungen von Vivara (Procida)," 1981 20 leaves
Presented to the members of the Deutschen Archäologen Verband auf der Tagung im Römisch-Germanisches Zentralmuseum in Mainz, 4 Apr 1981.
459 6 "Zur Arbeit als Archäologe an einem kommunalen Museum," 1982 31 leaves
Presented at the 12. ordentlichen Mitgliederversammlung der Deutschen Archäologen Verband in Freiburg i. Br., 2.-4. Apr 1982.
459 7 "Spätmykenische Funde in Italien - zum gegenwärtigen Forschungsstand," 1983 28 leaves
Presented at the Kolloquium "Forschungen zur ägäischen Vorgeschichte in Deutschland" veranstaltet vom Deutschen Archäologen Verband in Freiburg i. Br., 11.-13. Feb 1983.
459 8 "Die etruskischen Wandmalereien von Tarquinia und ihre Probleme," 1983 33 leaves
Presented on Archaeological Institute of America, West coast lecture tour in April 1983.
459 9 Untitled lecture, 1983 22 leaves
Presented at the Römisch-Germanisches Zentralmuseum in Mainz, 11 and 13 Dec 1983.
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460, 619 Miscellaneous materials, 1963-1983, undated
See also Flat file folder 116**.
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460 1 Seminar exercises, 1963-1964 15 leaves
Annotated typescripts of "Die Grundlagen der absoluten Chronologie der Hallstatt- und Latènezeit" and " Der thrako-kimmerische Horizont in Ungarn."
460 2 Photocopy of review of "Die Trensen der Früheisenzeit in Italien," circa 1970 3 leaves
Copied from Acta Archaeologica Academiae Scientarum Hungaricae 22 (1970): 427-429.
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619 5 Illustrations from "Unbekannte frühetruskische Edelmetallfunde mit Maskenköpfen." HambBeitrA 3 (1973): 51-64, 1973 9 negatives; 2.5 x 3.5 in.
Negatives only.
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116** Clippings, 1977-1983 7 items
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460 3 Photocopy of annotated typescript of Harald Mielsch, "Funde und Forschungen zur Wandmalerei der Prinzipatszeit von 1945," circa 1980 134 leaves
Article appeared with slightly variant title and with added material in ANRW II, 12.2, 157-264.
460 4 Various materials, 1975-1983, undated 19 leaves, 2 pamphlets
Series X.B. Margaret Murray papers, 1905-1954, undated 0.4 Linear Feet
Margaret Alice Murray was born in India in 1863 to British parents. She returned to England in 1886 and in January 1894 enrolled in University College, London for classes in Egyptology with the recently appointed professor, W. M. Flinders Petrie. Trained by Petrie and his assistants, Murray would become the first woman to work full-time as an Egyptologist. She remained at University College, where she was appointed as a junior lecturer in 1898 and progressed through the academic ranks becoming an Assistant Professor in 1924. She was awarded an honorary doctorate in 1931.
While Petrie spent his time in the field, Murray's role was to remain in London, teaching the classes, which would prepare students to be sent out to Petrie in Egypt, running the administrative end of the Department of Egyptology and maintaining the Petrie Museum. This meant that the author of over eighty books and articles on ancient Egypt was only able to excavate with Petrie in Egypt for one season, at Abydos in 1902. Still, Murray found other outlets for her interest in field work, excavating in the summers in Malta, Minorca and Petra, as well as in England. Murray also had other interests in addition to Egyptology. She was an early suffragist and may be best known to the general public for her numerous publications on folklore and witchcraft. A gifted teacher, Murray retired from University College, London in 1935, having trained two generations of Egyptologists. She led an active retirement, remaining connected to the University until her death in 1963.
The majority of Margaret Murray's papers are held by University College, London. The material held by Vander Poel is limited, including a small selection of letters, lecture texts, and drawings for publication. The letters documenting the conflicts of the 1932 excavation season at Tell el Ajjul are especially important for the insight they provide on the late career of Sir Flinders Petrie.
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463 1-14 Letters, 1924-1953, undated
463 1-5 Letters relating to excavations at Tell el Ajjul, 1932
463 1 Colt, H. Dunscombe, 30 Jan 1932 1 letter (4 leaves)
General report: Lady Petrie interfering less, but still a problem; excavations in the cemetery going well, but not so on the tell; illnesses of the staff.
463 2 Corbett, C. K., 6 Apr 1932 1 letter (1 leaf)
Forwarding letters from Mrs. Petrie; problems at excavation, but since one can't change the Petries, one must change the staff.
463 3 Petrie, Flinders, 31 March 1932 1 letter (4 leaves)
Response to a letter from Murray urging "self-control": Colt is the source of the discord and is trying to drive him out.
463 4-5 Petrie, Hilda, 1932
463 4 20 Mar 1932 1 letter (6 leaves)
Complaints about unnamed person [Colt] corrupting the staff with cocktails and jazz. He is trying to drive out the Petries and wants to take over the dig. Also complaints about the rest of the staff, including J. L. Starkey, G. L. Harding and Olga Tufnell.
463 5 7 Apr 1932 1 letter (2 leaves)
Excavation over and now wrapping up the season; problems with the staff not leaving.
463 6 Alford, Violet, 23 Feb 1953 1 letter (1 leaf)
Letter regarding canonisation of Joan of Arc.
463 7 Benson, E., undated 1 letter (1 leaf)
Enclosing translation(?).
463 8 Davies, Norman de Garis, 26 May 1935 1 letter (1 leaf)
Acknowledging Murray's retirement and sending her a copy of his latest book on the Tomb of Rekhmire.
463 9 Eason, H. L., 31 May 1939 1 letter (2 leaves)
Forwarding letter from the Foreign Office requesting that Murray not travel to Yemen.
463 10 H. M. Queen Mary 1924-1939 13 letters (13 leaves, 11 envelopes)
Letters written on Queen Mary's behalf by various private secretaries regarding her acceptance of copies of books sent by Murray.
463 11 Richardson, Albert E., 4 Jan 1942 1 letter (1 leaf)
Response to Murray's query about cobb walls.
463 12 Seaford, _____, 1939 1 letter (1 leaf)
Thank you for the gate-leg table.
463 13 Letters regarding royalties for her publications, 1933-1936 7 letters (7 leaves)
463 14 Letters regarding conferences, 1936-1938 2 letters (2 leaves)
463 15-24 Lectures 1913, undated
463 15-17 "A Course of Six Lectures on the Great Rulers of Egypt," 1913
For Oxford University Extension.
463 15 Syllabus 1 pamphlet
463 16 Lecture I. Dyn. I-VI 26 leaves, 1 envelope
463 17 Lecture V. Dyn. XIX 35 leaves, 1 envelope
463 18-20 "Egypt and Europe," undated
For Oxford University Extension.
463 18 Lecture 4. Late period XXI-XXX 22 leaves, 1 envelope
463 19 Lecture 5. Ptolemaic period 22 leaves, 1 envelope
463 20 Lecture 6. Roman and Christian 15 leaves, 1 envelope
463 21 Syllabus of "A Course of Twelve Lectures on Ancient Egypt," undated 1 pamphlet
For University of London, University Extension Lectures.
463 22 Lecture VI. "Biblical Connections," undated 37 leaves, 1 envelope
463 23 "The Religious Impulse," undated 54 leaves, 1 envelope
463 24 "Cleopatra's Needle," undated 8 leaves, 1 envelope
463 25 Drawings for Murray's publications, undated 76 leaves
463 26-29 Miscellaneous material 1905-1952, undated
463 26 Notice of election to membership in the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland, 12 Apr 1916 1 leaf
463 27 Invitation to an Afternoon Party at Buckingham Palace, 21 Feb 1927 1 leaf, 1 envelope
463 28 Research on superstitions, 1905-1952 5 leaves
463 29 Humorous poems, undated 4 leaves
Series X.C. Material related to the art, archaeology and history of Italy, 1570-1996 19.6 linear feet, 19 flat file folders, 4 rolls
This subseries contains a variety of material collected by Vander Poel dealing generally with the art and archaeology of Italy, but not specifically with the area of Campania. Of particular interest is the material relating to Vander Poel's participation in the excavations at Gravina in Apulia and a collection of early maps of Italy.
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191-192 Excavations at Gravina, 1966-1969
In the spring of 1967, Vander Poel and M. A. Cotton conducted a short excavation as part of the larger British and American excavations at Botromagno near Gravina. They excavated a field containing a necropolis that had been the scene of tomb-robbing. Their mission was to get data on the cemetery and determine its relation to the residential area that lay to the north. See also Box 587.
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191 1 Field notes, 1967 1 bound notebook, 8 leaves
Includes two brief summaries of the project that were folded inside the notebook.
191 2 Preliminary notes on 1967 season, 1967 35 leaves
Typescript with duplicate copies of some pages.
191 3-4 Offprint of preliminary report for 1967-1968 season, containing contribution by Vander Poel, 1969 2 offprints
"Excavations at Botromagno, Gravina di Puglia: Second Interim Report, 1967-68." PBSR 37 (1969), 100-157.
191 5 Offprint of preliminary report for 1966 season, 1966 1 offprint, 4 leaves
"Trial Excavations on the site of Botromagno, Gravina di Puglia, 1966." PBSR 34 (1966), 131-150.
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192, 587 Photographic documentation of excavations and artifacts, 1967 293 photographs
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192 Black-and-white photographs, 293 photographs
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587 10 Color photographs and negatives, 1967 19 color photographs; 55 frames, 35 mm negatives; 9 negatives, 6.5 x 8.5 cm.
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639*-641* Early maps of Italy, 1570-1882, undated
See also Box 460 and Flat file folders 117**-128**.
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639* 1 Pirro Ligorio, Regni Neapolitani Verissima Secundum Antiquorum et Recentiorum Traditionem de Scripto, circa 1570 1 map; 42.5 x 58 cm.; 1 leaf
639* 2 [Gerard Mercator], Abruzzo et Terra di Lavoro, circa 1609 1 map; 42 x 53.5 cm.
639* 3 [Edward Wells], A New Map of Present Italy together with the Adjoining Islands of Sicily, Sardinia, and Corsica, Shewing their Principal Divisions, Cities, Towns, Rivers, Mountains, & c., circa 1700 1 map; 40 x 51.5 cm.
639* 4 [Edward Wells], A New Map of Latium, Etruria, and as much of Ancient Italy as lay Between Gallia Cisalpina and Graecia Magna, Showing their Principal Divisions, Cities, Towns, Rivers, Mountains, & c., circa 1701 2 maps; 42 x 55 cm.
Scale circa 1:1,450,000; maps are colored differently.
639* 5 Guillaume de L'isle, Regionum Italiae Mediarum Tabula Geographica, 1712 1 map; 49 x 68 cm.
Scale circa 1:1,560,000; published in London by John Sennex.
639* 6 Guillaume de L'isle, Tabula Italiae Antiquae in Regiones XI ab Augusto divisae et tum ad mensuras itinerarias tum ad observationes astronomicas exactae, 1715 1 map; 51.5 x 67 cm.
Scale circa 1:2,190,000.
639* 7 Guillaume de L'isle, Tabula Italiae Antiquae in Regiones XI ab Augusto divisae et tum ad mensuras itinerarias tum ad observationes astronomicas exactae, 1720 1 map; 52 x 69 cm.
Scale circa 1:2,225,000; published in London by John Sennex.
639* 8 N. Sanson, L'Italie en general, 1724 1 map; 47 x 60 cm.
Scale circa 1:2,850,000.
639* 9 Jacques Ayrouard, Plan du Golfe de Naples, circa 1740 1 map; 33.5 x 48 cm.
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117**-118** Robert de Vaugondy, Italia Antiqua, cum Insulis Sicilia, Sardinia et Corsica, 1751 2 maps; 58 x 86 cm. or smaller
Scale circa 1:2,490,000.
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640* 1 Carl Weber, Cratere maritimo, o parte del Golfo di Napoli, 1754 1 map; 48 x 67 cm.
Scale circa 1:100,000.
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119** Jean-Baptiste Bourguignon d'Anville, Tabula Italiae Antiquae Geographica, 1764 1 map; 54.5 x 82 cm.
Scale circa 1:2,020,000.
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640* 2 John B. Blair, Tabula Italiae Antiquae in Provincias et Populos Divisa, 1768 1 map; 46 x 59 cm.
Scale circa 1:2,380,000.
640* 3 Christoph Cellarius, Graecia Magna sive pars ultima Italiae, circa 1774 1 map; 44 x 56 cm.; 1 leaf
Includes notes by Vander Poel.
640* 4 Clermont, Carte dse environs de la ville et du Golfe de Naples, circa 1778 1 map; 50 x 63 cm.
Scale circa 1:1,110,000.
640* 5 Rizzi-Zannoni, Carte de la premiere partie du Royaume de Naples, circa 1780 1 map; 49 x 60 cm.; 3 leaves
Scale circa 1:1,500,000; includes notes by Vander Poel.
640* 6 Guillaume de L'isle, Regionum Italiae Mediarum Tabula Geographica, 1782 1 map; 52 x 69 cm.; 2 leaves
Scale circa 1:1,555,000; includes notes by Vander Poel.
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120** Jean-Baptiste Bourguignon d'Anville, Tabula Italiae Antiquae Geographica, 1794 1 map; 54.5 x 74 cm.
Scale circa 1:2,050,000; published in London by Laurie & Whittle.
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121** Jean-Baptiste Bourguignon d'Anville, A New Map of Italy with the Islands of Sicily, Sardinia & Corsica, 1794 1 map; 52 x 73 cm.
Scale circa 1:2,080,000; published in London by Laurie & Whittle.
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122**-127** Pierre-Grégoire Chanlaire, Carte générale de l'Italie et de la côte orientale de la Mer Adriatique, circa 1799
See also Box 460.
122**-127** Map sections 6 sheets mounted on linen; 52 x 73 cm.
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460 5 Original [?] enclosure 1 box
460 6 Cramer, Italiae Antiquae et Novae, 1825 2 maps, mounted on canvas and in book binding
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128** James Wyld, The States of Italy, with their Islands, Corsica, Sardinia, Sicily, & Malta, 1832 1 map; 59 x 79 cm.
Scale circa 1:2,025,000.
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641* 1 Delamarche, Carte de l'Italie ancienne, de l'Illyrie et de la Sicile, 1838 1 map; 34 x 47 cm.
Scale circa 1:3,650,000.
641* 2 Italy II, 1845 1 map; 35 x 43 cm.
Scale circa 1:1,770,000.
641* 3 Colton's Southern Italy, 1855 1 map; 37 x 44 cm.
Scale circa 1:2,225,000.
641* 4 John Dower, Naples, Northern Portion, 1860 1 map; 33 x 48 cm.
Scale circa 1:1,175,000.
641* 5 G. H. Swanston, Italy, 1860 1 map; 48 x 60 cm.
Scale circa 1:2,400,000.
641* 6 John Dower, Italy, General Map, 1863 1 map; 33 x 48 cm.
Scale circa 1:3,500,000.
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640* 7 Johnson's Northern Italy and Johnson's Southern Italy, 1863 2 joined maps; 46 x 66.5 cm.
Scale circa 1:2,240,000.
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641* 7 Italie meridionale, 1882 1 map; 34 x 47 cm.
Scale circa 1:2,290,000.
641* 8 Regno di Napoli, undated 1 map; 40 x 51 cm.
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460 7 Miscellaneous notes on maps and map dealers, 1978-1980, undated 23 leaves, 2 sale catalogs
General Italian art, archaeology and history, circa 1730-1996
A wide range of materials relating to the art and archaeology of Italy form this section of the archive. The bulk of the material falls into two groups: that related to the archaeology of areas of Italy other than Campania, and that related to Vander Poel's interest in various churches in Rome and the work of Professor Pico Cellini on fresco restoration. Of particular interest is a set of clippings on Italian archaeology, the core of which may have been assembled by Della Corte.
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537*-539* Set of clippings related to the archaeology of Italy, 1850-1976, bulk 1929-1938
This set of clippings covers the general archaeology of Italy including Campania. The core of the set may have been assembled by Matteo Della Corte, but Vander Poel made added both earlier and later material. See also Box 461.
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537* 2 Agrigento, 1929-1936 57 leaves
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461 1 Avellino, 1932 3 leaves
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537* 3 Baia, 1930-1937 13 leaves
537* 4 Boscoreale, 1903 8 leaves
537* 5 Capri, 1931-1938 36 leaves
537* 6 Capua, 1932-1938 15 leaves
537* 7 Cerveteri, 1930-1934 14 leaves
537* 8 Cetona, 1933 2 leaves
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538* 1 Chiusi, 1931 3 leaves
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461 2 Cuma, 1930-1976 6 leaves
461 3 Durazzano, 1932 1 leaf
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538* 2 Ercolano, 1929-1938 32 leaves
538* 3 Etruria, 1930 1 leaf
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461 4 Firenze, 1929-1933 6 leaves
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538* 4 Fiumicino, 1929-1930 5 leaves
538* 5 Foce del Tevere, 1930 4 leaves
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461 5 Formia, undated 1 leaf
461 6 Naples, 1930-1935 14 leaves
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538* 6 Nemi, 1929-1936 45 leaves
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461 7 Nepi, 1930 1 leaf
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538* 7 Ostia, 1929-1938 28 leaves
538* 8 Paestum, 1930-1976 25 leaves
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539* 1 Pompeii, 1850-1938 51 leaves
539* 2 Porto, 1935 1 leaf
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461 8 Pozzuoli, 1932-1934 5 leaves
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539* 3 Sabaudia, 1934 1 leaf
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461 9 Sarno, 1930 1 leaf
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539* 4 Taranto, 1929-1938 5 leaves
539* 5 Tarquinia, 1934-1936 3 leaves
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461 10 Tivoli, 1930-1932 3 leaves
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539* 6 Torcello, 1930, undated 3 leaves
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461 11 Veio, 1933 1 leaf
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539* 7 Velletri, 1936 3 leaves
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461 Art and archaeology of the city of Rome, circa 1756-1761, 1942-1996, undated
See also Boxes 619-620, oversize Box 540* and Flat file folders 129**-133**.
461 12 Ricordo di Roma, undated 1 photobook
461 Research on Santa Maria in Aracoeli, circa 1761, undated
See also Box 619, oversize Box 540* and Flat file folders 129**-130**.
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129** Plan and section drawings from excavations, undated 9 drawings (2 ink on paper, 3 pencil on vellum, 4 ink on vellum)
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461, 619 Material for article on reliquario, undated 9 photographs
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461 13 Text 9 photographs
Photographic copies of handwritten text.
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619 6 Negatives 9 frames; 35 mm.
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461 14 English translation of Pico Cellini article on the work of Arnolfo in the Aracoeli, undated 30 leaves
Includes some leaves from the original article, BdA 67 (1962).
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619 7 Images of reliquaries, undated 23 slides
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540* Aerial photograph of Santa Maria in Aracoeli and the Capitoline, undated 1 color photograph mounted on wood backing
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130** Print by Piranesi, Veduta del Romano Campidoglio con Scalinata che va alla Chiesa d'Araceli, circa 1761 2 etchings
Recent restrikes.
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619 8 Photographs of Santa Maria in Aracoeli on topographical map of Rome, undated 5 frames; 35 mm.
Negatives only.
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461, 619 Research related to works of art in S. Agostino, 1980, undated
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461 15 Notes and general research, undated 49 leaves, 1 postcard, 2 offprints
Includes articles and a translation.
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619 9 Photographs of painting, undated 11 slides
619 10 Documentation of frescoes in S. Ambrogio della Massima, undated 17 slides; 72 frames of 35 mm. negatives
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461 16 "Dissertation on Topographical Ancient Rome," 1962-1996 20 leaves
Unpublished manuscript, edited by Vander Poel.
461 17 Images of ancient wall-paintings from the Villa Negroni in Rome, undated 14 photographs
Photographic copies of prints of the wall paintings; prints held by Ickworth House, Suffolk.
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131**-132** Prints of Castel Sant'Angelo, circa 1756, undated
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131** Piranesi, Veduta del Sotterraneo Fondamento del Mausoleo, che su eretto da Elio Adriano Imp., circa 1756 1 engraving, hand-colored
From Le antichità romane, vol. IV, plate IX.
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132** de Rossi, Veue du chateau et du pont st. Ange. a Rome, undated 1 engraving
Reproduction.
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133** Plan from P. Bigot, Rome antique au IVe siècle J. C., 1942
See also Box 620.
133** Plan 1 reprographic copy
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620 1 Negative 1 glass plate negative; 5 x 7 in.
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461 18 Miscellaneous Roman material, 1962-1977, undated 1 pamphlet, 9 leaves
Includes a tourist pamphlet Les environs de Rome, photocopies of newspaper clippings.
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619 11 Miscellaneous views of Rome, undated 15 slides
619 12 Miscellaneous negatives, undated 2 negatives; 2.5 x 3.5 in. or smaller
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620 2 Glass negative, undated 1 glass plate negative; 2.5 x 3.5 in.
Sculpture from the Forum of Augustus.
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541* Via Appia illustrata, ab urbe Roma ad Capuam, circa 1794 1 bound volume with 24 engravings
In 1789, Carlo Labruzzi, an Italian landscape painter, accompanied the English antiquarian Sir Richard Colt Hoare on a journey down the Via Appia from Rome to Brindisi, retracing the travel of the Roman poet Horace along the same route in 38 B.C. Labruzzi's role was to document ancient monuments and inscriptions along the way. Over 800 watercolor sketches survive from this expedition, a small number of which served as the sources for these engravings.
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461 19 Letter from Theodor Mommsen, 29 Aug 1876 1 leaf
Letter from Mommsen to unidentified correspondent regarding a request for an abridged version of his Römische Geschichte.
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539* 8 Parliamentary decree in the name of Ferdinand I, 3 Mar 1821 1 leaf
Decree for the transfer of archives and government papers to a safe place.
539* 9 Excavations at Decima, 1976 5 items
Includes notice by M. Aylwin Cotton on excavations at Decima, as well as material relating to the Civiltà del Lazio primitivo exhibition.
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462, 619 Images of Florence, circa 1730, undated
See also Roll 28**.
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461 20 Postcards of Florence, undated 15 postcards
Photographs of works of art and paintings of architecture and street scenes.
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619 13 Slides of the Baptistery, undated 12 slides
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28** Friedrich Bernhard Werner, Panorama of Florence, circa 1730 2 prints
Hand-colored engraving (?) showing panorama of Florence with various structures identified in a key, published by Friedrich Probst. Also includes print showing Venice.
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461 21 Excavations at Metapontum, 1974, undated 18 leaves, 1 photograph
Material connected with the University of Texas excavations; includes photocopy of report, photograph and Joseph Coleman letter regarding Nelson Foss.
461 22 Archaeology of Palestrina, undated 8 photographs
Combination of original and copy work photography.
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619 14 Photographs of Palermo Cathedral and Cloisters, 1960, undated 56 slides
Includes images of the cathedral and cloisters, also images of Monreale.
619 15 Photographs of Segesta Amphitheater, undated 17 slides
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461 23 Clippings regarding the Sperlonga statues, 1996 2 leaves
461 Images of the Round Temple at Tivoli, undated
See also Flat file folder 134**.
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134** Photograph 1 photograph
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461 24 Temple de la Sibilla à Tivoli 1 pen, ink and wash drawing
461 Excavation of shipwreck at Torre Sgarratta, 1967
Wreck of merchant ship from second century A.D., excavated by Peter Throckmorton. See also Roll 29**.
461 25 Photographs 6 photographs
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29** Plans 4 reprographic copies
Plans showing distribution of surviving planking and stone sarcophagi.
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461, 619 Running of the Olympic torch through Pompeii, 1960
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461 26 Franco Sicignano, XVII Olimpiade 1 pamphlet
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619 16 Photographic documentation 14 slides
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461 27 Miscellaneous material related to Italian art and archaeology, 1961-1979, undated 5 photographs, 2 pamphlets, 1 offprint, 1 clipping
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539* 8 General clippings on Italian archaeology, 1962-1996, undated 9 clippings
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135** Miscellaneous plans, 1957, undated
See also Rolls 30**-31**.
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30** Plan of unidentified excavation, undated 1 reprographic copy
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31** Plan of Siemens building in Milan, 1957 1 reprographic copy
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135** Unidentified plans undated 3 plans (2 reprographic copies, 1 ink on vellum)
Series X.D. Material related to the art, archaeology and history of various areas, 1937-1969, undated 1.0 linear foot, 1 flat file folder
The material gathered in this subseries demonstrates the broad range of Vander Poel's interests. Included here is material related to Greece, Egypt, Ethiopia, the Americas and Great Britain, as well as other areas. Of particular interest is the extensive photography of the monasteries of Mount Athos.
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462 Greece, 1959-1969, undated
See also Boxes 619, 621 and 622.
462 1 Materials related to trip to Greece, 1959-1969, undated 28 items
Primarily material from 1959 trip, including receipts, brochures, menus, wine labels, ticket stubs and notes on Greek architecture. Also includes some later clippings.
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621, 462 Images of the monasteries of Mount Athos, 1962
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621 Slides 262 slides
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462 2 Identification key 11 leaves
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622 Slides of general archaeological remains, undated 54 slides
Slides, primarily commercial, of major archaeological sites, including Rhodes, Epidauros, Mycenae, Tiryns, and Delphi.
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462, 619 Miscellaneous material related to Greek archaeology, undated
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462 3 Textual material 9 leaves
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619 17 Negative 1 negative; 9 x 12 cm.
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462 Egypt, 1958
See also Flat file folder 136**.
462 4 John Dimick, "The Embalming House of the Apis Bulls," 1958 4 leaves
Reprinted from Archaeology 11 (1958): 183-189.
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136** Memphis -- 1955, circa 1958 2 maps, 1 leaf
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620, 623 Research on Lake Tana, Ethiopia, 1937
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623 1 Negatives 4 negatives; 9 x 12 cm.
Negatives only of article on Tana.
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620 3 Glass negatives 2 glass plate negatives; 9 x 12 cm.
Negatives only of pages from article on Tana.
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462, 623 Americas, 1952, undated
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462 5 Review of Theodore Stern, Rubber-Ball Games of the Americas , 1952 2 leaves
Photocopy of review from AJA 56 (1952): 238.
462 6 "The Unwinnable War," undated 5 leaves
Article on the American Revolution by Richard Ketchum, pages removed from an unidentified magazine.
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623 2 Mayan calendar glyphs, undated 1 negative; 9 x 12 cm.
Negative only.
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462, 623 Tour of England and Scotland, Jun 1965
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462 7 Itineraries and images 2 staple-bound booklets, 107 photographs
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623 3 Negatives 66 frames; 35 mm.
623 4 Miscellaneous travel slides, undated 35 slides
Series X.E. Art and antique collection, 1905, 1932-1983, undated 1.2 linear feet, 8 flat file folders, 1 roll
Materials related to Vander Poel's collection of antiques and art form this subseries. Beginning in the 1930s, Vander Poel amassed a large collection ranging from Old Master paintings to Asian art, from antiquities to contemporary paintings. His main interest, however, was English furniture and silver of the eighteenth century.
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624-625 Photographic documentation of general collection, undated
See also Box 631.
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631 1 Photographs of general art and antique collection 108 photographs
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624 Negatives of general art and antique collection 681 negatives; 4 x 5 in. or smaller
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625 1 Color negatives 45 negatives; 4 x 5 in. or smaller
625 2 Color transparencies 6 transparencies; 5 x 7 in. or smaller
625 3 Color slides 85 slides
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625, 631 Collection of tsubas, undated
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631 2 Photographs and notes 17 leaves, 40 photographs
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625 4 Negatives 40 negatives; 4 x 5 in.
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137**-144** Prints and drawings, 1905, 1960-1983, undated
Contains both original artwork and documentation. See also Roll 32**.
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137** Untitled cityscape, 1960 1 etching
Print by Max Gunther labeled as final artist's proof; signed with a dedication.
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138** Towers and [?] of Rome, 1983 1 print
Signed print by Sally Tate.
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139** Anatomical drawing of a horse, undated 1 etching
Print by John Worsley "after George Stubbs"; signed with a dedication.
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140** Reproductive print of Thursday, 1905 1 lithograph
Print of 1880 painting of monks fishing by Walter Dendy Sadler; engraved by W. H. Boucher; includes remarque showing figure from Friday (1883) in the lower margin; signed (?).
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141** "First chair," 1964, undated 7 reprographic copies, 1 photocopy
Views and details of chair in measured drawings, also copies of a photograph and a receipt.
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142** Moscardi design for Gothic frame for Shoumatoff portrait, undated 2 reprographic copies
Measured drawings.
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143** Sketch of tabernacle for painting of the Martyrdom of St. Vincent, undated 1 drawing
Label on shipping tube states that it was given to St. Vincent's.
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144** Moscardi sketch for the tabernacle for the terra-cotta Madonna and Child, undated 1 drawing
Label on shipping tube states that it was "given to the Old Mission, 1978" and that the statue was "probably by Michele da Firenze, circa 1450."
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32** Sketch for unidentified tabernacle, undated 1 drawing
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625, 632 Furnishings and prints in the Lester Manor Club, on loan [?] from Vander Poel, 1971
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632 1 Photographs 80 photographs, 3 leaves
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625 5 Negatives 89 frames; 35 mm.
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632 2 Miscellaneous materials, 1932-1992 23 leaves, 2 fascicles
Includes auction catalog, journal fascicle focusing on silver, appraisal, notes, receipts and correspondence regarding warehouse facilities.
Series X.F. Book collection, 1896-1992, undated 1.7 linear feet, 2 flat file folders
Vander Poel was a lifelong collector of rare books and manuscripts. At his death, he was the longest tenured member of the Grolier Club, having been elected in 1938. Indeed, the Grolier Club holds Vander Poel's papers related to book collecting, including acquisitions for the Campanian collection. The materials included in this subseries are a limited number of both original works and administrative and research materials relating to his book collection.
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633 1-3 Manuscript of "Play unchristened, in three acts" by Arnold Bennett, circa 1929 118 leaves in 2 loose-leaf binders, 1 notebook
Also includes pocket notebook with notes for play.
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634-636 Cards related to the dispersal of a portion of Vander Poel's book collection, undated circa 3200 cards
Cards are divided into categories: shipped prior to Nov. 1978; waiting for shipment; given away locally; misc. gifts; cross references.
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145** Design for crystal model of the colophon of the Aldine Press, undated 7 drawings: 1 pencil and charcoal on paper, 1 ink on vellum, 1 pencil on vellum, 4 reprographic copies
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633 Miscellaneous material related to book collecting and early printing techniques, 1933-1992
See also Flat file folder 146**.
633 4-5 Standard size material, 1933-1992 11 items
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146** Oversize material, 1896 1 clipping
Series X.G. Miscellaneous topics, 1936-1994, undated 0.9 linear feet, 5 flat file folders
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637-638 Material related to Yale University, 1957-1969
See also Flat file folder 147**.
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637 Essays for the C. Douglass Green Prize, 1957-1969 7 items
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638 Design of the William Stewart Halsted Trophy, 1965
See also Flat file folder 147**.
638 1 Layouts of the design 3 leaves
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147** Oversize layouts 4 leaves
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623, 638 Material related to St. Stephens School in Rome, 1968-1970, undated
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638 2 Miscellaneous material, 1968-1970, undated 5 items
Contains set of corrected proofs for school catalog; set of student photographs for museum passes; photographs of the launching of the Halsted B. Vander Poel, a crew shell; photographs of medals for St. Stephen's School; photographs of school cross.
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623 5 Transparencies of school cross and Halsted B. Vander Poel Medal, undated 3 color transparencies, 1 negative; 5 x 7 in. or smaller
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623, 638 Documentation of the Keats-Shelley apartment, circa 1976
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638 3 Photographs, 9 photographs
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623 6 Negatives, 7 negatives; 4 x 5 in.
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638 4 Medal commemorating the 50th anniversary of the New York Public Library, 1961 1 medal, 6 photographs
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148** Materials related to heraldry, 1936, undated
See also Box 623.
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623 7 Images copied from Connoisseur, 1936 22 frames of negatives; 35 mm.
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148** "Ornament und Sinnbild," undated 1 clipping
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149** Obituaries of Sir Harold Acton, 1994 10 clippings
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623, 638 5 Material on World War II era and contemporary military planes and ships, 1970-1983
See also Flat file folder 150**.
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638 5 Miscellaneous material, 1974-1977 3 items
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150** Oversize material, 1977-1983 2 clippings
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623 8 Photographs of Sixth Fleet maneuvers, 1970 16 frames; 35 mm negatives
Negatives only.
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620, 623 Images of historic yachts, undated
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623 9 Negatives 3 negatives; 2.5 x 3.5 in.
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620 4 Glass negatives 2 glass plate negatives; 9 x 12 cm.
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151** Rules of the Manor, undated 1 sheet
Reproduction of rules for servants posted at Hatchlands Park, an eighteenth-century stately home, in Surrey.
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638 6 Rules and list of members for Buck's Club in London, 1976 1 pamphlet
638 7 Miscellaneous material, undated 23 items
Primarily unidentified scraps of paper, partial addresses, shopping lists, etc.


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