Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: Here are entered works that discuss photographs themselves as objects of special interest, including their classification, cataloging, copying, coloring, mounting, etc.
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract This collection includes material created by the Associates of the University of North Carolina School of the Arts, from their inception in 1977 to 2019. Meeting agendas and minutes, member directories, newsletters and correspondence make up the bulk of this collection.
Abstract The Christina Giannini Collection of Design Drawings consists of approximately 2300 design drawings and paintings, primarily of costume designs for ballet and other stage productions, and also including several set design drawings. Many items include multiple designs on a single page, and they often include attached fabric swatches indicating materials to be used in finished costumes. Also included in the collection are design notes, stage schematics, photographs, production posters and...
Dates: Majority of material found within 1970-2002
Abstract This collection is primarily composed of photos, published materials, and newspaper articles dedicated to the career and legacy of Edward “Eddie” Stierle. Materials span his competition wins as a student at North Carolina School of the Arts to his death in 1991, and include some memorial pieces and other material collected after his death.
Abstract This collection includes materials produces by Festival Theatre Incorporated, a professional affiliate of the North Carolina School of the Arts. Particularly represented are materials related to their North Carolina Summer Festival, held from 1973-1974. The collection is largely comprised of financial information such as accounting sheets, box office and concession reports, payroll information, and budgets; advertising materials including contracts, radio and television rates, and advertisement...
Dates: 1964-1982; Majority of material found within 1967-1975
Scope and Contents This collection is primarily composed of scores and recordings of Byers’ compositions, dating from his first composition in 1959 at age 9, through 2006. Audiovisual materials include four VHS tapes labeled
Patrick Byers Residencydated February 2005, and thirty-two audio cassette tapes dated 1982-1997. The collection also includes personal correspondence, photographs, and programs.