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pen and ink drawings

Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Scope Note: Drawings using ink as the primary medium and pen as the primary implement, usually on paper but may be on another support. Such drawings have a distinctive, linear appearance. For drawings that use pen and ink as well as washes, see "pen and wash drawings." For drawings or paintings using ink applied with brushes, see "ink wash paintings."

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Kaminski and Gomez families papers

Identifier: Mss 1151

The family papers of the Kaminski and Gomez family of Georgetown, South Carolina. The highlight of the collection is the Gomez family Bible printed in 1805 and owned by Isaac Gomez Jr. The collection also contains records from geneaological research, photographs from the Kaminski family, and other family items.

Dates: 1805-2016

Vincent P. Lannie collection

Identifier: Mss 0077
Abstract Materials collected by Vincent P. Lannie relate to writer Elizabeth Waties Allston Pringle, Allston and Vanderhost family members and their enslaved people, Confederate imprints, a broadside advertisement for a rice planting device, Civil War ships USS Monitor and Keokuk, a Revolutionary era parole, and a letter of John Rutledge. Also includes letters to George N. Shuster, former president of Hunter College and editor of...
Dates: 1733-1974

"Tanz der Teufel" (Dance of the Devil) print set, illustrated explanation, and other materials

Identifier: Mss 1161

Signed set of 12 prints by German artist Peter-Michael Glöckner titled "Tanz der Teufel" (Dance of the Devil) depicting scenes from the Third Reich and the Holocaust. Also included is a framed, illustrated explanation of the print set and other assorted materials relating to Glöckner.

Dates: 1988-2002