Found 13 collections related to Photographers.

Filtering on: x1901 - 1950
Hess, Otto F.
Music Division | JPB 17-12
7 linear feet (14 boxes)
The Otto F. Hess Photographs consist primarily of images shot by the creator over the course of his career (1936-1949). The photographs depict cultural life of New York City between the 1930s and 1940s, and especially the midtown jazz music scene.... more
Jerome Robbins Dance Division | *MGZEB 19-562
0.84 linear feet (2 boxes)
Atlanta-born photographer Frederick Melton (1918-1992) came to Manhattan in 1939, where he worked in a variety of creative media. He was eventually introduced to George Balanchine and Jerome Robbins of the New York City Ballet, where he... more
Freyman, Zachary
Jerome Robbins Dance Division | *MGZEB 22-0010
3.0 linear feet (8 boxes)
Zachary Freyman was a photographer who made studio portraits and headshots of ballet dancers. Many of these photographs were published in Dance Magazine in the late 1950s and early 1960s. The collection primarily... more
Berlin, David S.
Jerome Robbins Dance Division | *MGZEB 22-0014
0.42 linear feet (1 box)
David S. Berlin was the staff photographer for the Nikolais Dance Theatre, the dance company founded by modern dance choreographer, Alwin Nikolais. Berlin's collection contains color transparencies and slides depicting performances choreographed... more
Hess, Otto F.
Jerome Robbins Dance Division | *MGZEB 22-0013
0.21 linear feet (1 box)
Otto F. Hess was a photographer who captured images of cultural life in New York City. His collection contains negatives depicting dancers and dance performances in the 1930s and 1940s.
Covarrubias, Rosa, 1895-1970
Jerome Robbins Dance Division | *MGZEB 22-0019
0.42 linear feet (1 box)
Rosa Rolanda was a Mexican-American artist, dancer, choreographer, and photographer. Her collection holds photographs depicting dancers and dance performances, many of which were likely shot by Rolanda.
Valente, Alfredo
Jerome Robbins Dance Division | *MGZEB 19-561
7.67 linear feet (17 boxes)
Alfredo Valente (1899-1973) was an Italian-born American photographer. Valente's trademark style was his portraits of costumed performers which used artistic camera angles and dramatic lighting. The Alfredo Valente negatives are comprised... more
Jerome Robbins Dance Division | *MGZEB 19-271
3.58 linear feet (9 boxes)
W. H. (Wilbur Hulin) Stephan (1921-1959) was a Ohio born photographer who specialized in dance. The W. H. Stephan photographs date from 1949 to 1959 and are comprised of black and white negatives and photographic prints of numerous ballet and... more
McGrath, Camilla, -2007
Manuscripts and Archives Division | MssCol 24314
124.41 linear feet (103 volumes, 59 boxes)
Earl McGrath was a writer, music executive, art collector, and gallery owner. His wife, Camilla Pecci-Blunt McGrath, was an Italian countess and photographer. The Camilla and Earl McGrath papers document the couple's exceptional social life,... more
Worth, Edith, 1907-1983
Jerome Robbins Dance Division | *MGZEB 21-0023
0.46 linear feet (2 boxes)
Edith Worth (1907-1983) was a photographer best known for her portraits of children. The Edith Worth photographs contain black and white prints, mostly depicting dancing children.
Oleaga, Milton
Jerome Robbins Dance Division | *MGZEB 21-0020
18.17 linear feet (48 boxes)
Milton Oleaga (1929-2012) was a New York City-based photographer, extensively photographing dance and theater. This collection includes Oleaga's original documentation of live theatre, dance and jazz dance classes at the Luigi Studio.
Happel, J. Peter
Billy Rose Theatre Division | *T-Vim 2018-006
55.08 linear feet (90 boxes)
J. Peter Happel was an American photographer known for his work photographing mid-20th century television productions. The J. Peter Happel photographs includes negatives, proofs, and prints from across his career, with emphasis on his work... more
Goldston, John (photographer)
Jerome Robbins Dance Division | *MGZEB 22-0023
0.71 linear feet (1 box)
John Goldston (died 1972) was an American photographer based in St. Louis. The John Goldston photographs date from approximately 1940 to 1959 and primarily document the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo and the Ballet Theatre (now the American Ballet... more
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