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Myra Dickman Orth research papers, 1952-2003

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Orth (Myra Dickman) research papers
Series I. Education, 1952-1995 2.5 Linear Feet (6 boxes)
Subseries I.A. Course notebooks, 1954-1995 1.7 Linear Feet (4 boxes)
Myra Orth kept extensive documentation in the form of small notebooks on the courses and seminars attended at Cornell University, The New School for Social Research, New York University, the Courtauld and the Warburg Institutes. Included are notebooks documenting seminars given by Colin Eisler, Charles Sterling, and Craig H. Smyth. Years after Orth completed her studies, her notebooks proved to be one of the most detailed records of lectures given by Vladimir Nabokov at Cornell University and were used in the publication of these lectures. Correspondence related to Nabokov's lectures, which was filed with Orth's notebooks, was left in situ in this series.
Arrangement
Arranged in four sections: Cornell University; The New School for Social Research; The New York University, Institute of Fine Arts; other notebooks and documentation.
Cornell University, 1952-1956
box folder
1 1 Fine Arts 101-102: Introduction to Fine Arts, 1952-1953
1 2 Fine Arts 505: Italian Renaissance Art, 1953-1954
1 2 Fine Arts 111-112: History of Architecture, 1954-1955
1 3 Fine Arts 424-425: History of American Architecture, 1954-1955
1 3 Fine Arts 309: English Renaissance Literature, 1954
1 3 Fine Arts 944: Baroque Painting Seminar, 1956
The New School for Social Research, 1961, undated
box folder
1 4 Modern Art, 1961
1 4 Music, undated
1 4 French, undated
The New York University, Institute of Fine Arts, 1962-1995
box folder
2 1 Colin Eisler: French Renaissance Art, 1962
2 1 José Lopez-Rey: Spanish Baroque, 1962
2 1 Charles Sterling: French 15th Century Art, 1962
2 1 Wolfgang Lotz: Italian Villa, 1962
2 2 Charles Sterling: French Court Painting, 1962
2 3 Harry Bober: Medieval Art, 1962-1963
2 4 Colin Eisler, Charles Sterling and Craig H. Smyth Seminars, 1962-1970
2 4 Henry Russell Hitchcock: XIXth Century Architecture, 1970
2 5 Press cuttings : Professor Ernst Gombrich and Institute of Fine Arts (NYU), 1959-1975
box folder
3 1 Robert Goldwater: Symbolism, 1971
3 1 Colin Eisler: North Italian Painting, 1971
3 1 Katherine Weill-Garris Posner: Renaissance Patronage, 1971
3 1 Colin Eisler: Transformations, 1971
3 2 Henry Russell Hitchcock: Northern Architecture, 1973
3 2 Irving Lavin: XVIIth Century Sculpture, 1973
3 3 Donald Posner: Caravaggio, 1973
3 3 Bibliography Seminar, 1973
3 3-4 Course listings, 1961-1995
Other notebooks and documentation, 1971-1992
box folder
4 1-3 Notebooks and papers, 1971-1982
Included are notebooks for seminars attended at The Warburg Institute, The Courtauld Institute, the Collège de France, and brochures and annual reports of the Warburg Institute.
4 4 Correspondence related to Vladimir Nabokov lectures, 1979-1992


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