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Light And Shadows 1955 May 1955

Light And Shadows 1955

Lights and Shadows

No abstract provided.


The Dutchman Vol. 6, No. 4, Earl F. Robacker, Olive G. Zehner, Henry J. Kauffman, Alfred L. Shoemaker, Albert I. Drachman, Earl J. Heydinger, Edna Eby Heller, Friedrich Krebs, Don Yoder Apr 1955

The Dutchman Vol. 6, No. 4, Earl F. Robacker, Olive G. Zehner, Henry J. Kauffman, Alfred L. Shoemaker, Albert I. Drachman, Earl J. Heydinger, Edna Eby Heller, Friedrich Krebs, Don Yoder

The Dutchman / The Pennsylvania Dutchman Magazine

● Painted Tin or "Tole"
● Embroideries and Cutouts
● Moravian Architecture in Bethlehem
● Scratch-Carved Easter Eggs
● The Conestoga Horse
● The Reading Boat
● Lititz Specialties
● Pennsylvania Dutch Pioneers
● The Zehn-uhr Schtick


The Lantern Vol. 23, No. 2, March 1955, Roland Dedekind, Harold Smith, Maury Hoberman, Bert Wendel, Ismar Schorsch, Nance Shumaker, Charles Hudnut, Loretta Marsella, Karl Billman, Ann Leger Mar 1955

The Lantern Vol. 23, No. 2, March 1955, Roland Dedekind, Harold Smith, Maury Hoberman, Bert Wendel, Ismar Schorsch, Nance Shumaker, Charles Hudnut, Loretta Marsella, Karl Billman, Ann Leger

The Lantern Literary Magazines

• Roy Blakesee on Mt. Washington
• The Sound of the Bell
• A City Dog
• "Why of Course I Still Read Comic Books," She Said
• The Challenge
• Thanks for the Ride
• Tableau
• On Necking
• Be Gone With You O Pestilence of Mine
• Turning the Pages
• Now Showing
• Spinning the Platters


1955 February, Morehead State College. Feb 1955

1955 February, Morehead State College.

Inkpot Magazine

February of 1955 issue of Inkpot magazine published by the English Department of Morehead State College.


The Cello Player : A Sculpture In Magnesite : A Thesis ..., Robert Earl Morris Jan 1955

The Cello Player : A Sculpture In Magnesite : A Thesis ..., Robert Earl Morris

University of the Pacific Theses and Dissertations

No abstract provided.


Art Editing The Fontbonne Fountain [Untitled], Eileen M. Ulrich Jan 1955

Art Editing The Fontbonne Fountain [Untitled], Eileen M. Ulrich

Restricted-Access Theses & Capstone Projects

It is intended in this thesis to give a complete picture of each facet of work connected with the position of Art Editor of the Fountain and thereby clarify the responsibilities involved. It is intended by study and investigation of the issues of previous years to produce a magazine that, from the Art Editor's viewpoint, will be of higher caliber in regard to typography, layout, and illustrations.

It is hoped that future Art Editors of the Fountain will be aided by reference to this thesis when there is doubt in their minds as to just what the job consists ...


Job Opportunities In Advertising Art In The Tri-Cities, Catherine E. Elliott Jan 1955

Job Opportunities In Advertising Art In The Tri-Cities, Catherine E. Elliott

Restricted-Access Theses & Capstone Projects

The author was looking for subject matter helpful in securing a position after graduation which would make use of the art training she had received in college. By finding the various job opportunities in the art field in her own locality, she would not only benefit herself but also art students in general when seeking a position.


The Dutchman Vol. 6, No. 3, Earl F. Robacker, Edna Eby Heller, Olive G. Zehner, Richard S. Montgomery, Henry J. Kauffman, D. W. Thompson, Alfred L. Shoemaker, Friedrich Krebs, Don Yoder Jan 1955

The Dutchman Vol. 6, No. 3, Earl F. Robacker, Edna Eby Heller, Olive G. Zehner, Richard S. Montgomery, Henry J. Kauffman, D. W. Thompson, Alfred L. Shoemaker, Friedrich Krebs, Don Yoder

The Dutchman / The Pennsylvania Dutchman Magazine

● Art in Christmas Cookies
● "Cookies, Just for Nice"
● The Trump Collection
● Ohio Fractur
● Houses of the Oley Valley
● The Riddle of the Two Front Doors
● The Oldest American Printing Press
● Belsnickel Lore
● Pennsylvania Dutch Pioneers
● The Zehn-uhr Schtick


The Lantern Vol. 23, No. 1, December 1954, Harold Smith, Roland Dedekind, Tommy Thompson, Leonard Stockler, Karl Billman, Charles Hudnut Dec 1954

The Lantern Vol. 23, No. 1, December 1954, Harold Smith, Roland Dedekind, Tommy Thompson, Leonard Stockler, Karl Billman, Charles Hudnut

The Lantern Literary Magazines

• Afternoon Interview
• The Other Side of the Sun
• Heorot Revisited
• The Man of Shadows
• Observation
• Time
• Perfection
• Country Road
• Night Rider
• Elegy
• The Unspoken
• To Byron
• A Star
• Now Showing
• Turning the Pages
• The Strange Success of the Peculiar John Wellington Finchley


The Dutchman Vol. 6, No. 2, Earl F. Robacker, Edna Eby Heller, Alfred L. Shoemaker, Cornelius Weygandt, William J. Phillips, J. William Stair, Olive G. Zehner, Friedrich Krebs, Henry J. Kauffman Oct 1954

The Dutchman Vol. 6, No. 2, Earl F. Robacker, Edna Eby Heller, Alfred L. Shoemaker, Cornelius Weygandt, William J. Phillips, J. William Stair, Olive G. Zehner, Friedrich Krebs, Henry J. Kauffman

The Dutchman / The Pennsylvania Dutchman Magazine

● Spatterware
● "That's a Lot of Boloney"
● A Dutch Touch
● Birds in Dutchland
● Cornelius Weygandt Day
● Brick-end Barns
● Hardly Bigger Than a Peanut
● Pennsylvania Dutch Pioneers
● Sycamores in Dutchland
● The Zehn-uhr Schtick


The Dutchman Vol. 6, No. 1, Alfred L. Shoemaker, Earl F. Robacker, Edna Eby Heller, Frances Lichten, Israel B. Earley, Olive G. Zehner, Martha Ross Swope, Henry J. Kauffman, Elizabeth Clarke Kieffer, John Lowry Ruth, Friedrich Krebs Jul 1954

The Dutchman Vol. 6, No. 1, Alfred L. Shoemaker, Earl F. Robacker, Edna Eby Heller, Frances Lichten, Israel B. Earley, Olive G. Zehner, Martha Ross Swope, Henry J. Kauffman, Elizabeth Clarke Kieffer, John Lowry Ruth, Friedrich Krebs

The Dutchman / The Pennsylvania Dutchman Magazine

● Editorial
● Somerset County Decorated Barns
● Butter Molds
● Restaurants, too, Go Dutch
● The Hostetter Fractur Collection
● Bindnagle's Church
● The Harry S. High Folk Art Collection
● Lebanon Valley Date Stones
● Of Bells and Bell Towers
● John Durang, the First Native American Dancer
● Stoffel Rilbps' Epistle
● The First Singing of Our National Anthem
● Pennsylvania Dutch Pioneers


The Lantern Vol. 22, No. 3, May 1954, Roland Dedekind, Francis Scheirer, Harold Smith, Marilyn Engleman, Charles Hudnut, Lucy-Jo Malloy, Mary Louise Killheffer May 1954

The Lantern Vol. 22, No. 3, May 1954, Roland Dedekind, Francis Scheirer, Harold Smith, Marilyn Engleman, Charles Hudnut, Lucy-Jo Malloy, Mary Louise Killheffer

The Lantern Literary Magazines

• Thanatos
• A Nightmare Called Hystery
• All The Frills and Lace
• Ba-bee
• Patrol
• The Devil You Say
• When Love Was Light
• On the Brink
• Bouquet
• You Individualist You
• Beggarwoman
• Together
• Plea
• The City
• On Visiting A Display of Modern Art
• Alpha and Omega
• From The Tower Window


1954 March, Morehead State College. Mar 1954

1954 March, Morehead State College.

Inkpot Magazine

March of 1954 issue of Inkpot magazine published by the English Department of Morehead State College.


The Lantern Vol. 22, No. 2, March 1954, Francis Schreirer, Helen Gardner, Daniel Kratz, Christian De La Roche, Chloe Oliver, Roland Dedekind, Mary Louise Killheffer, Lucy-Jo Malloy, Harold Smith Mar 1954

The Lantern Vol. 22, No. 2, March 1954, Francis Schreirer, Helen Gardner, Daniel Kratz, Christian De La Roche, Chloe Oliver, Roland Dedekind, Mary Louise Killheffer, Lucy-Jo Malloy, Harold Smith

The Lantern Literary Magazines

• Checkmate
• An Impression
• The Excavation at Ursinus College
• Chant d'Antomne
• Impasse At Dick's Dell
• The Master's Hands
• Wanderer
• The Wiser Tongue
• Time Passing
• Achoo! Or It's All In Your Head
• From The Tower Window


Ua94/7/1 Washington Marches On, Sarah Richardson Feb 1954

Ua94/7/1 Washington Marches On, Sarah Richardson

Student/Alumni Personal Papers

Program for Training School fourth grade play Washington Marches On. Cover art by Sarah Richardson.


School Of Practical Art Course Catalog (1954-1955), School Of Practical Art Jan 1954

School Of Practical Art Course Catalog (1954-1955), School Of Practical Art

Course Catalogs-Art Institute of Boston (AIB)

It is the purpose of the School of Practical Art to train students so thoroughly in the various phases of commercial art, that they may upon completion of the course earn a good living in their chosen career. Earnest effort and thorough preparation are necessary if the student is to become successful professionally. Enthusiastic and excellent working habits must be developed early and maintained throughout the course. Deadlines must be given and met punctually. Good design, composition, color and technical skill must be evident in all finished work. In preparation for this high standard the beginner receives a thorough foundation ...


North Dakota Artists, Paul E. Barr Jan 1954

North Dakota Artists, Paul E. Barr

UND Publications

Published in 1954, this book contains short biographical vignettes for more than 40 artists working in North Dakota.


Model For A Proposed Statue Of Joseph Smith Suitable For Placement Near The Entrance Of The Joseph Smith Building, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah, Evelyn Horrocks Meiners Jan 1954

Model For A Proposed Statue Of Joseph Smith Suitable For Placement Near The Entrance Of The Joseph Smith Building, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah, Evelyn Horrocks Meiners

Theses and Dissertations

The purpose of this study is to design a model for a proposed statue of Joseph Smith which would be appropriate for placement near the main entrance of the Joseph Smith Building, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah. This statue should depict the great historical and spiritual significance of Joseph Smith, be harmonious with the architecture and landscaping, and conform to the principles of good design.


Spectrum December 1953, Students Of Risd Dec 1953

Spectrum December 1953, Students Of Risd

All Student Newspapers

Spectrum was a publication released in the early 1950s by the undergraduate students at Rhode Island School of Design. This issue from December 1953 includes editorials, student-submitted articles, hand drawn illustrations, poetry, and advertisements primarily for local businesses. Also, this issue has information about various scholarships, RISD club news and a brief history of RISD from 1878-1953 by John R. Frazier, RISD President from 1955-1962.


The Lantern Vol. 22, No. 1, December 1953, Harold Smith, Dorothy Griffith, Lucy-Jo Malloy, Roland Dedekind, Mary Louise Killheffer, David Hallstrom, Mary Jane Allen, Bobbe Hunt, Lois Glessner Dec 1953

The Lantern Vol. 22, No. 1, December 1953, Harold Smith, Dorothy Griffith, Lucy-Jo Malloy, Roland Dedekind, Mary Louise Killheffer, David Hallstrom, Mary Jane Allen, Bobbe Hunt, Lois Glessner

The Lantern Literary Magazines

• Mrs. K.
• The Death of Israel Chauncey
• The Tramp
• The Man Who Remembered the Future
• "Music, When Soft Voices Die..."
• Cloud-Horses
• Faith
• Hymn To What Might Have Been
• In Autumn
• Reverie
• A Lantern
• A Taste of Perfection
• A Reverie
• Small Dog
• Rhapsody of Life
• From the Tower Window
• Ethelred I


The Lantern Vol. 21, No. 3, Summer 1953, Robert Williams, Paul Chalson, William Lukens, Yvonne Dubois, Sally Canan, Lucy-Jo Malloy, Samuel M. Keen, Roland Dedekind, Marna Feldt, Richard P. Richter Jul 1953

The Lantern Vol. 21, No. 3, Summer 1953, Robert Williams, Paul Chalson, William Lukens, Yvonne Dubois, Sally Canan, Lucy-Jo Malloy, Samuel M. Keen, Roland Dedekind, Marna Feldt, Richard P. Richter

The Lantern Literary Magazines

• Millie and Murph
• Waxy
• Nor Bars a Prison Make
• The Shows at Killapoorsparrow
• Sahonnet to a Mahodern Sahinger
• In Each Man: A Collection
• Mirrors
• The Offspring of My Song
• Come Sweet Night
• A Modern Ballad
• Uninvited


Chateau Lake Louise, Dinner, June 26, 1953, Canadian Pacific Hotels Jun 1953

Chateau Lake Louise, Dinner, June 26, 1953, Canadian Pacific Hotels

The Brown University Alumnus Travel Menu Collection

Menu cover shows another view of Lake Louise over the poppy fields and driveway with the caption: "Lake Louise - Does this picture of lovely Lake Louise make you feel strenuous? In-varying degrees that urge can be satisfied afoot or by mountain pony by the paths that amble west and southward round the glacial finger lake. Worth seeing are the Lakes in the Clouds, the terminal moraine of Victoria Glacier and the Plain of the Six Glaciers."


Chateau Lake Louise, Luncheon, June 26, 1953, Canadian Pacific Hotels Jun 1953

Chateau Lake Louise, Luncheon, June 26, 1953, Canadian Pacific Hotels

The Brown University Alumnus Travel Menu Collection

Menu cover shows the field of Golden Poppies, Jade Lake, Diamond Glacier- Jewels of lovely Lake Louise.


Chateau Lake Louise, Luncheon, June 26, 1953, Canadian Pacific Hotels Jun 1953

Chateau Lake Louise, Luncheon, June 26, 1953, Canadian Pacific Hotels

The Brown University Alumnus Travel Menu Collection

Menu cover shows the stunning view from the Chateau looking across the lake with Victoria Glacier looming above with the following caption: "Poppies, ponies, pool-all three spell Chateau Lake Louise. The glass-screened pool, reflecting the same summer sun as the lake, is filled with constantly flowing water from the glacier-fed lake-warmed to a pleasant temperature. Its spectator gallery, like the poppy-banked terrace, is a pleasant vantage-point to contemplate Victoria Glacier or watch the strenuous start out for mountain trails on sturdy ponies."


Chateau Lake Louise, Luncheon, June 26, 1953, Canadian Pacific Hotels Jun 1953

Chateau Lake Louise, Luncheon, June 26, 1953, Canadian Pacific Hotels

The Brown University Alumnus Travel Menu Collection

Menu cover shows travelers stopped alongside Bow Lake with the following caption: "Bow Lake, rugged beauty spot on the Columbia Ice field Highway, a pleasant drive from Chateau Lake Louise."


Chateau Lake Louise, Luncheon, June 26, 1953, Canadian Pacific Hotels Jun 1953

Chateau Lake Louise, Luncheon, June 26, 1953, Canadian Pacific Hotels

The Brown University Alumnus Travel Menu Collection

Menu cover depicts the beautiful Chateau in all its glory with the following caption: "Chateau in the Sky - Perhaps not quite 'in the sky' but more than a mile above sea level, Chateau Lake Louise, designed to catch every hour of sun, is justly famous for its banks of Iceland Poppies, its tall Delphinium, its warmed, filtered, sheltered outdoor swimming pool and-not least-gem-like Lake Louise and its magnificent surrounding mountains."


Chateau Lake Louise, Luncheon, June 26, 1953, Canadian Pacific Hotels Jun 1953

Chateau Lake Louise, Luncheon, June 26, 1953, Canadian Pacific Hotels

The Brown University Alumnus Travel Menu Collection

Menu cover depicts "Victoria Glacier, the overhanging snow-capped ice-mass that broods eternally over the jade-green waters of Lake Louise, is a fascinating study. Reflecting nature's many moods the glacier frowns, sparkles and sometimes-when storms play across its icy surface seems to withdraw itself from contemplation of the gay scenes below." Shown are three people on a horseback trailride.


Chateau Lake Louise, Breakfast, June 26, 1953, Canadian Pacific Hotels Jun 1953

Chateau Lake Louise, Breakfast, June 26, 1953, Canadian Pacific Hotels

The Brown University Alumnus Travel Menu Collection

Menu cover depicts Lake Louise and the Chateau with guests canoeing in the lake.


Chateau Lake Louise, Luncheon, June 26, 1953, Canadian Pacific Hotels Jun 1953

Chateau Lake Louise, Luncheon, June 26, 1953, Canadian Pacific Hotels

The Brown University Alumnus Travel Menu Collection

Menu cover shows the "Kicking Horse River."

On the back cover the following information appears: "Many visitors to the Canadian Rockies ask how the Kicking Horse River got its name and many answers are given - some of them based upon the credulity of the questioner. Even historians who have dealt at length with the building of the Canadian Pacific Railway differ among themselves. The generally accepted version is that James Hector, geologist with the survey party, was kicked by his own mount after helping to rescue a packhorse from an eddy of the swift-running river. Indian guides are said to ...


Chateau Lake Louise, Luncheon, June 25, 1953, Canadian Pacific Hotels Jun 1953

Chateau Lake Louise, Luncheon, June 25, 1953, Canadian Pacific Hotels

The Brown University Alumnus Travel Menu Collection

Menu cover depicts Mount Eisenhower with the caption: "North of the Canadian Pacific main line and visible from the highway that links Banff and Lake Louise is a mighty monument. Known for many years as Castle Mountain, eight miles long and 9,890 feet at its highest peak, this towering landmark is Canada's tribute to General of the Armies Dwight D. Eisenhower, G.C.B. Just as the likeness of the up-thrust peak to the turrets and battlements of medieval military architecture led to its original name, the four-square rugged quality of the great mountain inevitably suggested itself as ...