1 edition of John Hay Whitney Collection found in the catalog.
John Hay Whitney Collection
|Contributions||Rewald, John., Tate Gallery.|
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|Number of Pages||74|
The off-white paper is glazed, and the book’s leather binding flap is blind stamped. The manuscript was a gift of Harvey Cushing (–), a Yale-educated neurosurgeon, whose collection of rare medical books forms a key part of the Medical Historical Library in the Harvey Cushing/John Hay Whitney Medical Library, Yale University. Mountains at Collioure is a painting by French painter André was made while he was working with Henri Matisse at the fishing port of Collioure, in it has been in the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. after John Hay Whitney, the owner of the piece, died in The work features long strokes of colours such as bright green, blue, mauve and : André Derain.
GARE LA VACCINE. TRIOMPHE DE LA PETITE VEROLE Medium: Etching, colored Dimensions: x(pl) Date:  Series: *#9 Reference: Hollander, Die Karakatur, fig Subject: Vaccination Collection: Prints and Drawings Collection Harvey Cushing/John Hay Whitney Medical Library. Historical Library Identifier: printdc Number of. Idiocy: and its treatment by the physiological method. This material has been provided by the Harvey Cushing/John Hay Whitney Medical Library at Yale University, through the Medical Heritage Library.
The John Hay Whitney Foundation was originally named the Greenwood Foundation when it was founded by John Hay Whitney as a New York City-based, nonprofit corporation in Mr. Whitney returned from World War II with a social vision and desire to invest in people, ideas, and the future of post-war America. The Harvey Cushing and John Hay Whitney Medical Library is the central library of the Yale School of Medicine, Yale School of Nursing, and Yale-New Haven Hospital in New Haven, ing to its mission statement, the Library "strives to be a center of excellence that develops and sustains services and resources to support the biomedical, health, and public health care information.
Stories of old China
World War II
CARDIOTHORACIC SYSTEMS, INC.
European Union as a publisher 1996/97
Roads, rails & waterways
Social indicators and welfare monitoring
Information processing, 1962
Central area parking survey.
introduction to cancer biology
The golden grove
The exhibition of works from the John Hay Whitney Collection was held at the National Gallery of Art, Washington in Whitney died inthe year before the exhibition, at the age of This catalogue is written by the distinguished art scholar, John Rewald, which will be a guarantee of the quality and clarity of the writing.4/5(1).
There are extensive files on the art collection amassed by John Hay Whitney and Betsey Cushing Whitney and their support of various charitable causes, especially in the fields of medicine, education, and art. The business files in the collection are mostly from the s to the s.
Genre/Form: Government publications Exhibition catalogs Exhibitions: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Rewald, John, John Hay Whitney Collection. The John Hay Whitney Collection of Modern French Illustrated Books: Some Recent Additions. Dale Roylance An Apparently Unique, Venetian Incunabulum.
Thomas E. Marston A Seventeenth-Century Translation of Juvenal. George M. Pardssoglou The George Eliot and George Henry Lewes Collection. Gordon S. Haight A New George Eliot Letter. Gordon S. Haight. MLA Format. The Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Division of Art, Prints and Photographs: Print Collection, The New York Public Library.
"Ex libris John Hay Whitney" The New York Public Library Digital Collections - The records document the organization and activities of the John Hay Whitney Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to education and social welfare. The collection consists of correspondence, reports, meeting minutes, project and program files, fellowship recipient files, and financial records created and maintained by the organization.
The John Hay Whitney Collection: catalogue of an exhibition, Tate Gallery, 16 December to 29 January by Tate Gallery (Book) John Hay Whitney Collection book editions published in in English and held by 4 WorldCat member libraries worldwide Impressionist and modern art from the collection of Mr.
and Mrs. John Hay Whitney(Book). Sotheby's announces collection of more than 40 Impressionist and modern paintings from Whitney family collection, now owned by John Hay Whitney and his wife, Betsey Cushing Roosevelt Whitney, will. John Hay Whitney, master of one of the great American fortunes and a pace-setting leader in a kaleidoscope of fields, died yesterday in North Shore Hospital, Manhasset, L.I., after a.
Printed Catalogs: Harvey Cushing Collection of Books and Manuscripts (). Susan Wheeler, Five Hundred Years of Medicine in Art: An Illustrated Catalogue of Prints and Drawings in the Clements C.
Fry Collection in the Harvey Cushing/John Hay Whitney Medical Library at Yale University (). Guide to the library on the web. Harvey Cushing/John Hay Whitney Medical Library Books 24 x 7 is a database of full-text, electronic books in computing and information technology.
NOTE: Free registration is required using your Yale or YNHH email address. Collection of more than ebooks on psychology and psychiatry from to the present from the American.
The John Hay Whitney Collection, National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.,no. 25, repro. Van Gogh in Saint-Rémy and Auvers, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York,no. 22, repro. Vincent van Gogh, Rijksmuseum Vincent van Gogh, Amsterdam,no. 99, repro., as Self-Portrait with Palette.
Hay later titled it, and printed the text in Abraham Lincoln: A History, written with John Nicolay. The manuscript was presented to the University in commemoration of the th anniversary of John Hay's graduation from Brown. John Hay Collection.
Gift of John Hay Whitney. The Historical Library's holdings also include an excellent print collection and a world-famous collection of weights and measures.
In Junea gift from Mrs. John Hay Whitney, daughter of Harvey Cushing, made possible the completion of a major renovation and expansion project, resulting in the addition of the modern sky-lit Information Room and increased study and stack space.
Yale School of Medicine Collection; Digitized Collections. Yale School of Medicine Collection (Gallery View) Harvey Cushing/John Hay Whitney Medical Library. Historical Library Identifier: Adopt a Rare Book.
Associates. Contact Us. Cushing Center. Departments & Staff. Directions/Parking. Floor Maps. Dating its first two acquisitions tothe Harvey Cushing/John Hay Whitney Medical Library at Yale University is now the repository of an exceptional collection of overvolumes and.
The collection also includes artifacts from Cushing’s life and medical career, a piece of steak signed using an electrosurgical knife by Ivan Pavlov, and drawers full of infant skulls.
Nearby a. New York); sold May to John Hay Whitney , Manhasset, New York;  deeded to the John Hay Whitney Charitable Trust, New York; gift to NGA.  Knoedler stock book no. 9, no A, consignment book no. 4, no. CA, and sales book no. 17, no. CA, all M.
Knoedler & Co. records, Getty Research Institute (copy NGA. from the collection of. and Mrs. John Hay Whitney. and Mrs. John Hay Whitney. Sotheby's, By Carter B. Horsley. The late Mr. and Mrs. John Hay Whitney were at the pinnacle of New York society for several decades.
Over half a century, John Hay Whitney and his wife Betsey Cushing Whitney assembled one of the finest American collections of nineteenth- and early twentieth-century French art. After Mr. Whitney's death inmost of the collection was given to The Museum of Modern Art, The National Gallery of Art, and the Yale University Art Gallery, and additional significant gifts of.
Whitney, John Hay, Title: John Hay Whitney Financial Records and Synopses: Dates: circa Extent: 70 cartons (70 linear feet) Abstract: The collection consists of billing records and other financial documents from Selznick International Pictures (SIP) dating from toand thousands of book, play, and film synopses.John Hay "Jock" Whitney, the multi-millionaire sportsman, pioneering color-movie producer, soldier, financier, philanthropist, art-collector, diplomat, and newspaper.
Betsey and James divorced inand Betsey went on to marry millionaire John Hay Whitney, who would later become the Ambassador to the Author: Emily Selter.