Papers, 1917-1995


Papers, 1917-1995

Papers of Marietta Tree, member of the Peabody family of Massachusetts, who served as a Special Ambassador to the United Nations and also worked as a city planner.

20.2 linear feet (47 + 1/2 file boxes, 2 folio boxes, 1 folio folder, 2 folio+ folders, 4 oversize folders, 5 photograph folders, 1 folio photograph box, 1 audiotape, 1 motion picture)

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Epithet: of Syston Leicestershire British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001185.0x000315 Edward Morgan is a private scholar and collector, specialising in Russian music and theatre From the guide to the Edward Morgan collection, 1907-1997, (GB 206 Leeds University Library) Epithet: of Egerton MS 3004 British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055...

Museum of Modern Art (corporateBody)

Asia Society (corporateBody)

The Asia Society is located in Washington, D.C. From the description of Asia Society records, 1971-1976. (Cornell University Library). WorldCat record id: 64756711 The Asia Society was founded in 1956 under the guidance of John D. Rockefeller 3rd to increase American understanding and appreciation of the poeples of Asia. A non-political educational organization, the Asia Society sponsors seminars and special studies to promote discussion of public af...

Fred Richmond (person)

Malcolm Peabody (person)

Marietta FitzGerald (person)

Jenkins, Roy, 1920-2003 (person)

Roy Jenkins, the son of a Welsh miner, won a scholarship to Oxford. During World War II he served as a codebreaker at Bletchley. After the war he joined the Labour Party. He was twice Home Secretary, was made Chancellor of the Exchequer in 1967, and on his political retirement, Chancellor of Oxford. His ideal of a united Europe made him break away from his party to help found the Social Democratic Party. He was the author of several respected political biographies. From the descripti...

American Friends of the Australian National Gallery (corporateBody)

Malcolm Peabody's (person)

Parker (family)

Trilling, Lionel, 1905-1975 (person)

Correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Lionel Trilling and his wife, Diana Trilling. From the description of Letters, 1970-1976, to Lewis Mumford. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 155876900 Professor. From the description of Reminiscences of Lionel Trilling: oral history, 1968. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122394116 Lionel Trilling was a successful author, educator, and scholar, but his greates...

Peabody, Malcolm (person)

Malcolm (Mike) Peabody Jr. (person)

Irena (Mrs. Charles) Yost (person)

Dorothy Parker. (person)

Lerner, Alan Jay, 1918-1986 (person)

Alan Lerner (August 31, 1918 – June 14, 1986) was an American lyricist and librettist. In collaboration with Frederick Loewe, and later Burton Lane, he created some of the world's most popular and enduring works of musical theatre both for the stage and on film. He won three Tony Awards and three Academy Awards, among other honors....

Kurt Waldheim. (person)

Prince Lucinge. (person)

Kennedy, Edward (person)

Alsop, Susan Mary. (person)

Rockefeller, John D., IV (John Davison), 1937- (person)

Llewelyn-Davies Weeks (corporateBody)

Fritchey, Clayton (person)

Columnist. From the description of Reminiscences of Clayton Fritchey : oral history, 1968. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122569932 ...

Margaret, Princess, Countess of Snowdon, 1930-2002 (person)

Epithet: daughter of George VI; wife of Antony Charles Robert Armstrong-Jones Title: Countess of Snowdon British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000387.0x00022d ...

Mrs. Vincent Astor. (person)

Lord Kenneth Clark (person)

Ann Landers. (person)

Art Gallery of New South Wales. (corporateBody)

Claiborne Pell (person)

Prep for Prep (corporateBody)

National Institute of Science (corporateBody)

Citizens Committee for New York City (corporateBody)

Llewelyn-Davies Associates (corporateBody)

Mrs. George Backer (person)

Edward Kennedy (person)

Fontanne, Lynn (person)

Gillespie, Henry (person)

Cuomo, Mario Matthew (person)

Malcolm Forbes (person)

Minot Milliken (person)

Hersey, John (person)

Lindsay, John V. (person)

Epithet: Archdeacon of Lismore British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000443.0x0000c4 Title: Earl of Crawford British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000443.0x0000cf Epithet: trade union official British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000443.0x0000c6 Epithet: Colo...

U.N. (corporateBody)

Edward Koch (person)

Peabody (family)

Colbert, Claudette (person)

Nikolas Nabokov and some replies. (person)

Richard Van Dusen (person)

Irene Selznick. (person)

Irving Lazar (person)

S. N. Behrman (person)

Benton William. (person)

James Rowe. (person)

Eden, Anthony (person)

Robert Anthony Eden was born at Windlestone Hall near Bishop Auckland, County Durham, one of five children of Sir William Eden and Sybil Frances (daughter of Sir William Grey). He was educated at Eton and then joined the King's Royal Rifle Corps in 1915. He was awarded the Military Cross in 1917 and in 1918 became the youngest brigadier-major in the British Army. After the war he went up to Christ Church, Oxford, graduating with first class honours in oriental languages in 1922. ...

Gallo, Bill, 1922-2011 (person)

Bill Gallo (1922-2011) was an award-winning American sports cartoonist. Born December 28, 1922 in New York City and raised in Astoria, Queens, William "Bill" Gallo grew up wanting to work for a newspaper. His father, an immigrant from the Basque region of Spain, worked at the the Spanish-language paper La Prensa. Gallo acquired his art education through Columbia University and what is now the School of Visual Arts through the GI Bill. In 1941, he joined th...

Carter, Ernestine (person)

Aliko Russell (person)

Auchincloss, Louis (person)

From the guide to the Louis Auchincloss papers, 1968-1980, 1970-1980, (Literature and Rare Books) Louis Stanton Auchincloss was born on September 27, 1917 in Lawrence, New York. to Joseph and Priscilla Auchincloss. Auchincloss attended Groton and Yale, and received a degree from the University of Virginia Law School in 1941. He was hired by the New York law firm Sullivan & Cromwell later that year. In 1942 he enlisted in the U.S. Navy and served in Europe a...

Brown, Earl (person)

Peabody, Samuel (person)

Paloma Tree Fataar (person)

Franklin D. Roosevelt Library, annotated and clean copy (corporateBody)

Lend Lease Corporation (corporateBody)

Finletter, Thomas (person)

Lord & Taylor (corporateBody)

The donor, Joseph DeAngelis, claims that these plans date from 1914 but evidence seems to indicate they date from the 1920's, probably 1928. From the description of Lord & Taylor floor plans. (Fashion Institute of Tech Library). WorldCat record id: 122592206 ...

Beverly Partners (corporateBody)

Butler, Alice (person)

Eduardo frei Montalva (person)

Professor Sir William Hawthorne. (person)

Teddy Kollek. (person)

Hugh Bullock (person)

Ditchley Foundation (corporateBody)

Malcolm Mike Peabody (person)

Fitzgerald, Desmond, 1846-1926 (person)

Desmond Fitzgerald was Deputy Secretary of State for Rhode Island (1863-1867); engineer, Indianapolis and Vincennes Rail Road (1867-1869); engineer, Boston and Albany Railroad (1871-1873); and superintendent, Western Division, Boston Water Works (1873-1903). From the description of Desmond Fitzgerald letter, 1877 Apr. 24. (Louisiana State University). WorldCat record id: 156976691 Art patron, art collector, and engineer; Brookline, Mass. Served on th...

Council for the United States and Italy (corporateBody)

Eppie Lederer (person)

St. Timothy's School (corporateBody)

Parkman, Mary Frances (person)

Bayh, Birch, 1928-.... (person)

The Patent and Trademark Act Amendments of 1980, introduced as the University and Small Business Patent Procedures Act and commonly known as the Bayh-Dole Act, were enacted on December 12, 1980 (P.L. 96-517). The Bayh Dole Act established procedures through which universities, small businesses, and non-profit corporations could control intellectual property resulting from federally funded research. Co-sponsored by Senators Birch Bayh of Indiana and Robert Dole of Kansas, it was the culmination o...

Elaine (Mrs. John) Steinbeck (person)

Moorhead, William S. (William Singer), 1923-1987 (person)

The organization was concerned with stopping conflict. From the description of Pittsburgh branch of the National Security League, notes of an address 1918 [manuscript] (Historical Society of W Pennsylvania). WorldCat record id: 314413504 William Singer Moorhead was born on April 8, 1923 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He graduated from Phillips Andover Academy, Yale University (Class of 1944), and Harvard Law School. Moorhead was first elected to Congress in 1958 a...

Cooper-Hewitt Museum. (corporateBody)

Collecting area: Design, decorative arts, and textiles. The Cooper-Hewitt Museum is the Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of Design. From the description of Repository description. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 155474737 ...

Joshua Logan. (person)

Desmond FitzGerald's (person)

Barrow, Errol Walton, 1920-1987 (person)

Schlamm, William (person)

Penelope Tree (person)

Bergman, Ingrid, 1915-1982 (person)

Ingrid Bergman (b. 29 August 1915, Stockholm, Sweden-d. 29 August 1982, London, England) was a Swedish acrtess. After starring in Intermezzo (1939), she rose to fame in the US. Bergman is well known for Casablance (1942), For Whom the Bell Tolls (1943), Gaslight (1944), and several Alfred Hitchock films. She was married Petter Aron Lindstrom and later married director Roberto Rossellini....

United Nations. Commission on Human Rights (corporateBody)

John Pope-Hennessy. (person)

Peabody, Mary (person)

Lady Joan Drogheda. (person)

Endicott Chub Peabody (person)

Galbraith, John Kenneth, 1908-2006 (person)

Galbraith taught economics at Harvard. From the description of Papers of John Kenneth Galbraith, 1958. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 76973248 John Kenneth Galbraith was born in Iona Station, Ontario, Canada in 1908. He emigrated to the United States in 1931 and became an American citizen in 1937. He received degrees from Ontario Agricultural College (1931), University of California (1933, 1934), and studied at Cambridge, England (1937-38). His academic career has...