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box 456, folder 15

Review of Jürgen Borchardt, Homerische Helme . Gnomon 49 (1977): 288-297, 1977

Physical Description: 40 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Includes annotated typescript, corrected proofs and photocopy of the published article.
box 456, folder 16

"Zum östlichen Einfluss auf deie Goldarbeiten des späteren 8. und frühen 7. Jahrh. v. Chr. in Mittelitalien." In Proceedings of the Xth International Congress of Classical Archaeology , 1101-1110. Ankara, 1978, 1978

Physical Description: 14 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Includes annotated typescript and photocopy.
box 456, folder 17

Review of Hermann Müller-Karpe, Beiträge zu italienischen und griechischen Bronzefunden . Praehistorische Zeitschrift 53 (1978): 284-289, 1978

Physical Description: 33 leaves, 1 offprint

Scope and Content Note

Includes two annotated typescripts, and a photocopy and offprint of published article.
box 456, folder 18

La tomba Bernardini di Palestrina. Rome, 1979 1979

Physical Description: 163 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Includes original annotated typescripts and photocopies.
box 456, folder 19

"Zum Beginn des Fernhandels von und nach Etrurien unter besonderer Berücksichtigung der frühesten mittelitalienischen Funde in Griechenland." In Die Aufnahme fremder Kultureinflüsse in Etrurien und das Problem des Retardierens in der etruskischen Kunst , 9-24. Mannheim, 1981, 1981

Physical Description: 18 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Annotated typescript.
box 456, folder 20

"Der urnenfeldzeitliche Bronzeschwertgriff aus dem Hortfund von Mannheim-Wallstadt." Archäologischen Nachrichten aus Baden 27 (1981): 3-12, 1981

Physical Description: 66 leaves, 2 offprints

Scope and Content Note

Includes text of original paper, annotated typescript, photocopies and offprints of the published article.
box 457, folder 1

"Mykenische Keramik in Italien. Erläuterungen zu einer Verbreitungskarte." In Beiträge zur ägäischen Bronzezeit , 13-28. Marburg, 1982, 1982

Physical Description: 39 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Annotated typescript and photocopy.
box 457, folder 2

Review of Stefania Quilici Gigli, Blera. BJb 182 (1982): 679-682, 1981-1982

Physical Description: 27 leaves, 1 fascicle

Scope and Content Note

Includes manuscript, annotated typescript, two annotated typescripts and photocopy, photocopy of corrected proofs and fascicle of journal with the published review.
box 457, folder 3

"Ein unbekannter apulisch-korinthischer Helm im Reiss-Museum in Mannheim." Mannheimer Hefte (1982): 99-108, 1982

Physical Description: 21 leaves, 1 fascicle

Scope and Content Note

Includes annotated typescript with carbon copy and fascicle of journal with the published article.
box 457, folder 4

"Alle origini della statuaria etrusca." Studi Etruschi 52 (1984): 13-59, 1979-1985

Physical Description: 137 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Includes manuscript, several annotated typescripts, photocopy of Colonna section and photocopy of corrected proofs, as well as correspondence relating to the publication.
box 457, folder 5

"Die goldene Prunkfibel aus Vulci, Ponte Sodo." JbRGZM 31 (1984): 247-302, 1984

Physical Description: 126 leaves, 1 offprint

Scope and Content Note

Includes annotated typescript, corrected proofs and offprint of the published article.
box 457, folder 6

Review of Luciana Aigner Foresti, Der Ostalpenraum und Italien . Germania 64 (1986): 621-624, 1986

Physical Description: 10 leaves, 1 offprint

Scope and Content Note

Includes annotated typescript, corrected, proofs and offprint of the published review.
box 457, folder 7

"Die ägäisch bronzezeitlichen Importe in Kampanien und Mittelitalien im Licht der neueren Forschung." In Ägäische Bronzezeit , 257-273. Darmstadt, 1987, 1987

Physical Description: 38 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Photocopy of annotated typescript.
box 458, folder 1

"Früheisenzeitliche Kammhelme aus Italien." In Antike Helme, 195-211. Mainz, 1988, 1988

Physical Description: 105 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Includes manuscript, annotated typescripts, corrected proofs, photocopy of published article.
box 458, folder 2

"Etrurien und das Gebiet nordwärts der Alpen in der ausgehenden Urnenfelder-und frühen Hallstattzeit." In Atti del secondo Congresso Internazionale Etrusco 1031-1061. Rome, 1989, 1985-1989

Physical Description: 158 leaves, 1 offprint

Scope and Content Note

Includes manuscript, annotated typescripts, corrected proofs and final article.
box 459, folder 1-2

"Der etruskische Bucchero aus Karthago." JbRGZM 36 (1989): 327-410, 1989

Physical Description: 260 leaves, 1 offprint

Scope and Content Note

Includes annotated typescript, corrected proofs, offprint of published article.
box 457, folder 8

"Ägäische Importe im zentralen Mittelmeergebiet in späthelladischer Zeit (SH I - SH III C)." In Orientalisch-Ägäische Einflüsse in der europäischen Bronzezeit , 80-108. Bonn, 1990, 1990

Physical Description: 78 leaves, 1 bound photocopy

Scope and Content Note

Includes annotated manuscripts, annotated photocopy of typescript, corrected proofs and photocopy of published article.
box 459, folder 3

Review of Michel Gras, Trafics tyrrhéniens archäiques . HambBeitrA 15-17 (1988-1990): 347- 364, 1990

Physical Description: 81 leaves, 1 offprint

Scope and Content Note

Includes manuscript, annotated typescript, photocopies of corrected proofs, and offprint of published article.
box 458, folder 3

"Storia delle esplorazioni archeologiche nella Magna Grecia." In Un secolo di ricerche in Magna Grecia, 53-84. Taranto, 1990, 1990

Physical Description: 146 leaves, 1 bound photocopy

Scope and Content Note

Includes manuscript, annotated typescript, corrected proofs and photocopy of published article.
box 458, folder 4

"The ceremonial jewelry from the Regolini-Galassi tomb in Cerveteri. Some ideas concerning the workshop," in Prehistoric Gold in Europe , 533-559. Dordrecht, 1995, 1993-1995

Physical Description: 52 leaves, 1 offprint

Scope and Content Note

Includes annotated typescript, corrected proof and offprint of published article.
box 459, folder 4

Catalog entry from unidentified work on "urne a capanna," undated

Physical Description: 23 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Includes manuscripts, annotated typescripts and photocopies of images.
box 459, folder 5-9

Lectures, 1981-1983

box 459, folder 5

"Mykenisch-ägäische Einflüsse in Kampanien und Latium im Lichte der neuen Grabungen von Vivara (Procida)," 1981

Physical Description: 20 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Presented to the members of the Deutschen Archäologen Verband auf der Tagung im Römisch-Germanisches Zentralmuseum in Mainz, 4 Apr 1981.
box 459, folder 6

"Zur Arbeit als Archäologe an einem kommunalen Museum," 1982

Physical Description: 31 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the 12. ordentlichen Mitgliederversammlung der Deutschen Archäologen Verband in Freiburg i. Br., 2.-4. Apr 1982.
box 459, folder 7

"Spätmykenische Funde in Italien - zum gegenwärtigen Forschungsstand," 1983

Physical Description: 28 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the Kolloquium "Forschungen zur ägäischen Vorgeschichte in Deutschland" veranstaltet vom Deutschen Archäologen Verband in Freiburg i. Br., 11.-13. Feb 1983.
box 459, folder 8

"Die etruskischen Wandmalereien von Tarquinia und ihre Probleme," 1983

Physical Description: 33 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Presented on Archaeological Institute of America, West coast lecture tour in April 1983.
box 459, folder 9

Untitled lecture, 1983

Physical Description: 22 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Presented at the Römisch-Germanisches Zentralmuseum in Mainz, 11 and 13 Dec 1983.
box 460, 619

Miscellaneous materials, 1963-1983, undated

Scope and Content Note

See also Flat file folder 116**.
box 460, folder 1

Seminar exercises, 1963-1964

Physical Description: 15 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Annotated typescripts of "Die Grundlagen der absoluten Chronologie der Hallstatt- und Latènezeit" and " Der thrako-kimmerische Horizont in Ungarn."
box 460, folder 2

Photocopy of review of "Die Trensen der Früheisenzeit in Italien," circa 1970

Physical Description: 3 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Copied from Acta Archaeologica Academiae Scientarum Hungaricae 22 (1970): 427-429.
box 619, folder 5

Illustrations from "Unbekannte frühetruskische Edelmetallfunde mit Maskenköpfen." HambBeitrA 3 (1973): 51-64, 1973

Physical Description: 9 negatives; 2.5 x 3.5 in.

Scope and Content Note

Negatives only.
oversize 116**

Clippings, 1977-1983

Physical Description: 7 items
box 460, folder 3

Photocopy of annotated typescript of Harald Mielsch, "Funde und Forschungen zur Wandmalerei der Prinzipatszeit von 1945," circa 1980

Physical Description: 134 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Article appeared with slightly variant title and with added material in ANRW II, 12.2, 157-264.
box 460, folder 4

Various materials, 1975-1983, undated

Physical Description: 19 leaves, 2 pamphlets
 

Series X.B. Margaret Murray papers, 1905-1954, undated

Physical Description: 0.4 Linear Feet

Scope and Content Note

Margaret Alice Murray was born in India in 1863 to British parents. She returned to England in 1886 and in January 1894 enrolled in University College, London for classes in Egyptology with the recently appointed professor, W. M. Flinders Petrie. Trained by Petrie and his assistants, Murray would become the first woman to work full-time as an Egyptologist. She remained at University College, where she was appointed as a junior lecturer in 1898 and progressed through the academic ranks becoming an Assistant Professor in 1924. She was awarded an honorary doctorate in 1931.
While Petrie spent his time in the field, Murray's role was to remain in London, teaching the classes, which would prepare students to be sent out to Petrie in Egypt, running the administrative end of the Department of Egyptology and maintaining the Petrie Museum. This meant that the author of over eighty books and articles on ancient Egypt was only able to excavate with Petrie in Egypt for one season, at Abydos in 1902. Still, Murray found other outlets for her interest in field work, excavating in the summers in Malta, Minorca and Petra, as well as in England. Murray also had other interests in addition to Egyptology. She was an early suffragist and may be best known to the general public for her numerous publications on folklore and witchcraft. A gifted teacher, Murray retired from University College, London in 1935, having trained two generations of Egyptologists. She led an active retirement, remaining connected to the University until her death in 1963.
The majority of Margaret Murray's papers are held by University College, London. The material held by Vander Poel is limited, including a small selection of letters, lecture texts, and drawings for publication. The letters documenting the conflicts of the 1932 excavation season at Tell el Ajjul are especially important for the insight they provide on the late career of Sir Flinders Petrie.
box 463, folder 1-14

Letters, 1924-1953, undated

box 463, folder 1-5

Letters relating to excavations at Tell el Ajjul, 1932

box 463, folder 1

Colt, H. Dunscombe, 30 Jan 1932

Physical Description: 1 letter (4 leaves)

Scope and Content Note

General report: Lady Petrie interfering less, but still a problem; excavations in the cemetery going well, but not so on the tell; illnesses of the staff.
box 463, folder 2

Corbett, C. K., 6 Apr 1932

Physical Description: 1 letter (1 leaf)

Scope and Content Note

Forwarding letters from Mrs. Petrie; problems at excavation, but since one can't change the Petries, one must change the staff.
box 463, folder 3

Petrie, Flinders, 31 March 1932

Physical Description: 1 letter (4 leaves)

Scope and Content Note

Response to a letter from Murray urging "self-control": Colt is the source of the discord and is trying to drive him out.
box 463, folder 4-5

Petrie, Hilda, 1932

box 463, folder 4

20 Mar 1932

Physical Description: 1 letter (6 leaves)

Scope and Content Note

Complaints about unnamed person [Colt] corrupting the staff with cocktails and jazz. He is trying to drive out the Petries and wants to take over the dig. Also complaints about the rest of the staff, including J. L. Starkey, G. L. Harding and Olga Tufnell.
box 463, folder 5

7 Apr 1932

Physical Description: 1 letter (2 leaves)

Scope and Content Note

Excavation over and now wrapping up the season; problems with the staff not leaving.
box 463, folder 6

Alford, Violet, 23 Feb 1953

Physical Description: 1 letter (1 leaf)

Scope and Content Note

Letter regarding canonisation of Joan of Arc.
box 463, folder 7

Benson, E., undated

Physical Description: 1 letter (1 leaf)

Scope and Content Note

Enclosing translation(?).
box 463, folder 8

Davies, Norman de Garis, 26 May 1935

Physical Description: 1 letter (1 leaf)

Scope and Content Note

Acknowledging Murray's retirement and sending her a copy of his latest book on the Tomb of Rekhmire.
box 463, folder 9

Eason, H. L., 31 May 1939

Physical Description: 1 letter (2 leaves)

Scope and Content Note

Forwarding letter from the Foreign Office requesting that Murray not travel to Yemen.
box 463, folder 10

H. M. Queen Mary 1924-1939

Physical Description: 13 letters (13 leaves, 11 envelopes)

Scope and Content Note

Letters written on Queen Mary's behalf by various private secretaries regarding her acceptance of copies of books sent by Murray.
box 463, folder 11

Richardson, Albert E., 4 Jan 1942

Physical Description: 1 letter (1 leaf)

Scope and Content Note

Response to Murray's query about cobb walls.
box 463, folder 12

Seaford, _____, 1939

Physical Description: 1 letter (1 leaf)

Scope and Content Note

Thank you for the gate-leg table.
box 463, folder 13

Letters regarding royalties for her publications, 1933-1936

Physical Description: 7 letters (7 leaves)
box 463, folder 14

Letters regarding conferences, 1936-1938

Physical Description: 2 letters (2 leaves)
box 463, folder 15-24

Lectures 1913, undated

box 463, folder 15-17

"A Course of Six Lectures on the Great Rulers of Egypt," 1913

Scope and Content Note

For Oxford University Extension.
box 463, folder 15

Syllabus

Physical Description: 1 pamphlet
box 463, folder 16

Lecture I. Dyn. I-VI

Physical Description: 26 leaves, 1 envelope
box 463, folder 17

Lecture V. Dyn. XIX

Physical Description: 35 leaves, 1 envelope
box 463, folder 18-20

"Egypt and Europe," undated

Scope and Content Note

For Oxford University Extension.
box 463, folder 18

Lecture 4. Late period XXI-XXX

Physical Description: 22 leaves, 1 envelope
box 463, folder 19

Lecture 5. Ptolemaic period

Physical Description: 22 leaves, 1 envelope
box 463, folder 20

Lecture 6. Roman and Christian

Physical Description: 15 leaves, 1 envelope
box 463, folder 21

Syllabus of "A Course of Twelve Lectures on Ancient Egypt," undated

Physical Description: 1 pamphlet

Scope and Content Note

For University of London, University Extension Lectures.
box 463, folder 22

Lecture VI. "Biblical Connections," undated

Physical Description: 37 leaves, 1 envelope
box 463, folder 23

"The Religious Impulse," undated

Physical Description: 54 leaves, 1 envelope
box 463, folder 24

"Cleopatra's Needle," undated

Physical Description: 8 leaves, 1 envelope
box 463, folder 25

Drawings for Murray's publications, undated

Physical Description: 76 leaves
box 463, folder 26-29

Miscellaneous material 1905-1952, undated

box 463, folder 26

Notice of election to membership in the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland, 12 Apr 1916

Physical Description: 1 leaf
box 463, folder 27

Invitation to an Afternoon Party at Buckingham Palace, 21 Feb 1927

Physical Description: 1 leaf, 1 envelope
box 463, folder 28

Research on superstitions, 1905-1952

Physical Description: 5 leaves
box 463, folder 29

Humorous poems, undated

Physical Description: 4 leaves
 

Series X.C. Material related to the art, archaeology and history of Italy, 1570-1996

Physical Description: 19.6 linear feet, 19 flat file folders, 4 rolls

Scope and Content Note

This subseries contains a variety of material collected by Vander Poel dealing generally with the art and archaeology of Italy, but not specifically with the area of Campania. Of particular interest is the material relating to Vander Poel's participation in the excavations at Gravina in Apulia and a collection of early maps of Italy.
box 191-192

Excavations at Gravina, 1966-1969

Scope and Content Note

In the spring of 1967, Vander Poel and M. A. Cotton conducted a short excavation as part of the larger British and American excavations at Botromagno near Gravina. They excavated a field containing a necropolis that had been the scene of tomb-robbing. Their mission was to get data on the cemetery and determine its relation to the residential area that lay to the north. See also Box 587.
box 191, folder 1

Field notes, 1967

Physical Description: 1 bound notebook, 8 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Includes two brief summaries of the project that were folded inside the notebook.
box 191, folder 2

Preliminary notes on 1967 season, 1967

Physical Description: 35 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Typescript with duplicate copies of some pages.
box 191, folder 3-4

Offprint of preliminary report for 1967-1968 season, containing contribution by Vander Poel, 1969

Physical Description: 2 offprints

Scope and Content Note

"Excavations at Botromagno, Gravina di Puglia: Second Interim Report, 1967-68." PBSR 37 (1969), 100-157.
box 191, folder 5

Offprint of preliminary report for 1966 season, 1966

Physical Description: 1 offprint, 4 leaves

Scope and Content Note

"Trial Excavations on the site of Botromagno, Gravina di Puglia, 1966." PBSR 34 (1966), 131-150.
box 192, 587

Photographic documentation of excavations and artifacts, 1967

Physical Description: 293 photographs
box 192

Black-and-white photographs,

Physical Description: 293 photographs
box 587, folder 10

Color photographs and negatives, 1967

Physical Description: 19 color photographs; 55 frames, 35 mm negatives; 9 negatives, 6.5 x 8.5 cm.
box 639*-641*

Early maps of Italy, 1570-1882, undated

Scope and Content Note

See also Box 460 and Flat file folders 117**-128**.
box 639*, folder 1

Pirro Ligorio, Regni Neapolitani Verissima Secundum Antiquorum et Recentiorum Traditionem de Scripto , circa 1570

Physical Description: 1 map; 42.5 x 58 cm.; 1 leaf
box 639*, folder 2

[Gerard Mercator], Abruzzo et Terra di Lavoro, circa 1609

Physical Description: 1 map; 42 x 53.5 cm.
box 639*, folder 3

[Edward Wells], A New Map of Present Italy together with the Adjoining Islands of Sicily, Sardinia, and Corsica, Shewing their Principal Divisions, Cities, Towns, Rivers, Mountains, & c. , circa 1700

Physical Description: 1 map; 40 x 51.5 cm.
box 639*, folder 4

[Edward Wells], A New Map of Latium, Etruria, and as much of Ancient Italy as lay Between Gallia Cisalpina and Graecia Magna, Showing their Principal Divisions, Cities, Towns, Rivers, Mountains, & c. , circa 1701

Physical Description: 2 maps; 42 x 55 cm.

Scope and Content Note

Scale circa 1:1,450,000; maps are colored differently.
box 639*, folder 5

Guillaume de L'isle, Regionum Italiae Mediarum Tabula Geographica , 1712

Physical Description: 1 map; 49 x 68 cm.

Scope and Content Note

Scale circa 1:1,560,000; published in London by John Sennex.
box 639*, folder 6

Guillaume de L'isle, Tabula Italiae Antiquae in Regiones XI ab Augusto divisae et tum ad mensuras itinerarias tum ad observationes astronomicas exactae , 1715

Physical Description: 1 map; 51.5 x 67 cm.

Scope and Content Note

Scale circa 1:2,190,000.
box 639*, folder 7

Guillaume de L'isle, Tabula Italiae Antiquae in Regiones XI ab Augusto divisae et tum ad mensuras itinerarias tum ad observationes astronomicas exactae , 1720

Physical Description: 1 map; 52 x 69 cm.

Scope and Content Note

Scale circa 1:2,225,000; published in London by John Sennex.
box 639*, folder 8

N. Sanson, L'Italie en general, 1724

Physical Description: 1 map; 47 x 60 cm.

Scope and Content Note

Scale circa 1:2,850,000.
box 639*, folder 9

Jacques Ayrouard, Plan du Golfe de Naples, circa 1740

Physical Description: 1 map; 33.5 x 48 cm.
oversize 117**-118**

Robert de Vaugondy, Italia Antiqua, cum Insulis Sicilia, Sardinia et Corsica , 1751

Physical Description: 2 maps; 58 x 86 cm. or smaller

Scope and Content Note

Scale circa 1:2,490,000.
box 640*, folder 1

Carl Weber, Cratere maritimo, o parte del Golfo di Napoli , 1754

Physical Description: 1 map; 48 x 67 cm.

Scope and Content Note

Scale circa 1:100,000.
oversize 119**

Jean-Baptiste Bourguignon d'Anville, Tabula Italiae Antiquae Geographica , 1764

Physical Description: 1 map; 54.5 x 82 cm.

Scope and Content Note

Scale circa 1:2,020,000.
box 640*, folder 2

John B. Blair, Tabula Italiae Antiquae in Provincias et Populos Divisa , 1768

Physical Description: 1 map; 46 x 59 cm.

Scope and Content Note

Scale circa 1:2,380,000.
box 640*, folder 3

Christoph Cellarius, Graecia Magna sive pars ultima Italiae , circa 1774

Physical Description: 1 map; 44 x 56 cm.; 1 leaf

Scope and Content Note

Includes notes by Vander Poel.
box 640*, folder 4

Clermont, Carte dse environs de la ville et du Golfe de Naples , circa 1778

Physical Description: 1 map; 50 x 63 cm.

Scope and Content Note

Scale circa 1:1,110,000.
box 640*, folder 5

Rizzi-Zannoni, Carte de la premiere partie du Royaume de Naples , circa 1780

Physical Description: 1 map; 49 x 60 cm.; 3 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Scale circa 1:1,500,000; includes notes by Vander Poel.
box 640*, folder 6

Guillaume de L'isle, Regionum Italiae Mediarum Tabula Geographica , 1782

Physical Description: 1 map; 52 x 69 cm.; 2 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Scale circa 1:1,555,000; includes notes by Vander Poel.
oversize 120**

Jean-Baptiste Bourguignon d'Anville, Tabula Italiae Antiquae Geographica , 1794

Physical Description: 1 map; 54.5 x 74 cm.

Scope and Content Note

Scale circa 1:2,050,000; published in London by Laurie & Whittle.
oversize 121**

Jean-Baptiste Bourguignon d'Anville, A New Map of Italy with the Islands of Sicily, Sardinia & Corsica , 1794

Physical Description: 1 map; 52 x 73 cm.

Scope and Content Note

Scale circa 1:2,080,000; published in London by Laurie & Whittle.
oversize 122**-127**

Pierre-Grégoire Chanlaire, Carte générale de l'Italie et de la côte orientale de la Mer Adriatique , circa 1799

Scope and Content Note

See also Box 460.
oversize 122**-127**

Map sections

Physical Description: 6 sheets mounted on linen; 52 x 73 cm.
box 460, folder 5

Original [?] enclosure

Physical Description: 1 box
box 460, folder 6

Cramer, Italiae Antiquae et Novae, 1825

Physical Description: 2 maps, mounted on canvas and in book binding
oversize 128**

James Wyld, The States of Italy, with their Islands, Corsica, Sardinia, Sicily, & Malta , 1832

Physical Description: 1 map; 59 x 79 cm.

Scope and Content Note

Scale circa 1:2,025,000.
box 641*, folder 1

Delamarche, Carte de l'Italie ancienne, de l'Illyrie et de la Sicile , 1838

Physical Description: 1 map; 34 x 47 cm.

Scope and Content Note

Scale circa 1:3,650,000.
box 641*, folder 2

Italy II, 1845

Physical Description: 1 map; 35 x 43 cm.

Scope and Content Note

Scale circa 1:1,770,000.
box 641*, folder 3

Colton's Southern Italy, 1855

Physical Description: 1 map; 37 x 44 cm.

Scope and Content Note

Scale circa 1:2,225,000.
box 641*, folder 4

John Dower, Naples, Northern Portion, 1860

Physical Description: 1 map; 33 x 48 cm.

Scope and Content Note

Scale circa 1:1,175,000.
box 641*, folder 5

G. H. Swanston, Italy, 1860

Physical Description: 1 map; 48 x 60 cm.

Scope and Content Note

Scale circa 1:2,400,000.
box 641*, folder 6

John Dower, Italy, General Map, 1863

Physical Description: 1 map; 33 x 48 cm.

Scope and Content Note

Scale circa 1:3,500,000.
box 640*, folder 7

Johnson's Northern Italy and Johnson's Southern Italy , 1863

Physical Description: 2 joined maps; 46 x 66.5 cm.

Scope and Content Note

Scale circa 1:2,240,000.
box 641*, folder 7

Italie meridionale, 1882

Physical Description: 1 map; 34 x 47 cm.

Scope and Content Note

Scale circa 1:2,290,000.
box 641*, folder 8

Regno di Napoli, undated

Physical Description: 1 map; 40 x 51 cm.
box 460, folder 7

Miscellaneous notes on maps and map dealers, 1978-1980, undated

Physical Description: 23 leaves, 2 sale catalogs
 

General Italian art, archaeology and history, circa 1730-1996

Scope and Content Note

A wide range of materials relating to the art and archaeology of Italy form this section of the archive. The bulk of the material falls into two groups: that related to the archaeology of areas of Italy other than Campania, and that related to Vander Poel's interest in various churches in Rome and the work of Professor Pico Cellini on fresco restoration. Of particular interest is a set of clippings on Italian archaeology, the core of which may have been assembled by Della Corte.
box 537*-539*

Set of clippings related to the archaeology of Italy, 1850-1976, bulk 1929-1938

Scope and Content Note

This set of clippings covers the general archaeology of Italy including Campania. The core of the set may have been assembled by Matteo Della Corte, but Vander Poel made added both earlier and later material. See also Box 461.
box 537*, folder 2

Agrigento, 1929-1936

Physical Description: 57 leaves
box 461, folder 1

Avellino, 1932

Physical Description: 3 leaves
box 537*, folder 3

Baia, 1930-1937

Physical Description: 13 leaves
box 537*, folder 4

Boscoreale, 1903

Physical Description: 8 leaves
box 537*, folder 5

Capri, 1931-1938

Physical Description: 36 leaves
box 537*, folder 6

Capua, 1932-1938

Physical Description: 15 leaves
box 537*, folder 7

Cerveteri, 1930-1934

Physical Description: 14 leaves
box 537*, folder 8

Cetona, 1933

Physical Description: 2 leaves
box 538*, folder 1

Chiusi, 1931

Physical Description: 3 leaves
box 461, folder 2

Cuma, 1930-1976

Physical Description: 6 leaves
box 461, folder 3

Durazzano, 1932

Physical Description: 1 leaf
box 538*, folder 2

Ercolano, 1929-1938

Physical Description: 32 leaves
box 538*, folder 3

Etruria, 1930

Physical Description: 1 leaf
box 461, folder 4

Firenze, 1929-1933

Physical Description: 6 leaves
box 538*, folder 4

Fiumicino, 1929-1930

Physical Description: 5 leaves
box 538*, folder 5

Foce del Tevere, 1930

Physical Description: 4 leaves
box 461, folder 5

Formia, undated

Physical Description: 1 leaf
box 461, folder 6

Naples, 1930-1935

Physical Description: 14 leaves
box 538*, folder 6

Nemi, 1929-1936

Physical Description: 45 leaves
box 461, folder 7

Nepi, 1930

Physical Description: 1 leaf
box 538*, folder 7

Ostia, 1929-1938

Physical Description: 28 leaves
box 538*, folder 8

Paestum, 1930-1976

Physical Description: 25 leaves
box 539*, folder 1

Pompeii, 1850-1938

Physical Description: 51 leaves
box 539*, folder 2

Porto, 1935

Physical Description: 1 leaf
box 461, folder 8

Pozzuoli, 1932-1934

Physical Description: 5 leaves
box 539*, folder 3

Sabaudia, 1934

Physical Description: 1 leaf
box 461, folder 9

Sarno, 1930

Physical Description: 1 leaf
box 539*, folder 4

Taranto, 1929-1938

Physical Description: 5 leaves
box 539*, folder 5

Tarquinia, 1934-1936

Physical Description: 3 leaves
box 461, folder 10

Tivoli, 1930-1932

Physical Description: 3 leaves
box 539*, folder 6

Torcello, 1930, undated

Physical Description: 3 leaves
box 461, folder 11

Veio, 1933

Physical Description: 1 leaf
box 539*, folder 7

Velletri, 1936

Physical Description: 3 leaves
box 461

Art and archaeology of the city of Rome, circa 1756-1761, 1942-1996, undated

Scope and Content Note

See also Boxes 619-620, oversize Box 540* and Flat file folders 129**-133**.
box 461, folder 12

Ricordo di Roma, undated

Physical Description: 1 photobook
box 461

Research on Santa Maria in Aracoeli, circa 1761, undated

Scope and Content Note

See also Box 619, oversize Box 540* and Flat file folders 129**-130**.
oversize 129**

Plan and section drawings from excavations, undated

Physical Description: 9 drawings (2 ink on paper, 3 pencil on vellum, 4 ink on vellum)
box 461, 619

Material for article on reliquario, undated

Physical Description: 9 photographs
box 461, folder 13

Text

Physical Description: 9 photographs

Scope and Content Note

Photographic copies of handwritten text.
box 619, folder 6

Negatives

Physical Description: 9 frames; 35 mm.
box 461, folder 14

English translation of Pico Cellini article on the work of Arnolfo in the Aracoeli, undated

Physical Description: 30 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Includes some leaves from the original article, BdA 67 (1962).
box 619, folder 7

Images of reliquaries, undated

Physical Description: 23 slides
box 540*

Aerial photograph of Santa Maria in Aracoeli and the Capitoline, undated

Physical Description: 1 color photograph mounted on wood backing
oversize 130**

Print by Piranesi, Veduta del Romano Campidoglio con Scalinata che va alla Chiesa d'Araceli , circa 1761

Physical Description: 2 etchings

Scope and Content Note

Recent restrikes.
box 619, folder 8

Photographs of Santa Maria in Aracoeli on topographical map of Rome, undated

Physical Description: 5 frames; 35 mm.

Scope and Content Note

Negatives only.
box 461, 619

Research related to works of art in S. Agostino, 1980, undated

box 461, folder 15

Notes and general research, undated

Physical Description: 49 leaves, 1 postcard, 2 offprints

Scope and Content Note

Includes articles and a translation.
box 619, folder 9

Photographs of painting, undated

Physical Description: 11 slides
box 619, folder 10

Documentation of frescoes in S. Ambrogio della Massima, undated

Physical Description: 17 slides; 72 frames of 35 mm. negatives
box 461, folder 16

"Dissertation on Topographical Ancient Rome," 1962-1996

Physical Description: 20 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Unpublished manuscript, edited by Vander Poel.
box 461, folder 17

Images of ancient wall-paintings from the Villa Negroni in Rome, undated

Physical Description: 14 photographs

Scope and Content Note

Photographic copies of prints of the wall paintings; prints held by Ickworth House, Suffolk.
oversize 131**-132**

Prints of Castel Sant'Angelo, circa 1756, undated

oversize 131**

Piranesi, Veduta del Sotterraneo Fondamento del Mausoleo, che su eretto da Elio Adriano Imp. , circa 1756

Physical Description: 1 engraving, hand-colored

Scope and Content Note

From Le antichità romane, vol. IV, plate IX.
oversize 132**

de Rossi, Veue du chateau et du pont st. Ange. a Rome , undated

Physical Description: 1 engraving

Scope and Content Note

Reproduction.
oversize 133**

Plan from P. Bigot, Rome antique au IVe siècle J. C. , 1942

Scope and Content Note

See also Box 620.
oversize 133**

Plan

Physical Description: 1 reprographic copy
box 620, folder 1

Negative

Physical Description: 1 glass plate negative; 5 x 7 in.
box 461, folder 18

Miscellaneous Roman material, 1962-1977, undated

Physical Description: 1 pamphlet, 9 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Includes a tourist pamphlet Les environs de Rome, photocopies of newspaper clippings.
box 619, folder 11

Miscellaneous views of Rome, undated

Physical Description: 15 slides
box 619, folder 12

Miscellaneous negatives, undated

Physical Description: 2 negatives; 2.5 x 3.5 in. or smaller
box 620, folder 2

Glass negative, undated

Physical Description: 1 glass plate negative; 2.5 x 3.5 in.

Scope and Content Note

Sculpture from the Forum of Augustus.
box 541*

Via Appia illustrata, ab urbe Roma ad Capuam, circa 1794

Physical Description: 1 bound volume with 24 engravings

Scope and Content Note

In 1789, Carlo Labruzzi, an Italian landscape painter, accompanied the English antiquarian Sir Richard Colt Hoare on a journey down the Via Appia from Rome to Brindisi, retracing the travel of the Roman poet Horace along the same route in 38 B.C. Labruzzi's role was to document ancient monuments and inscriptions along the way. Over 800 watercolor sketches survive from this expedition, a small number of which served as the sources for these engravings.
box 461, folder 19

Letter from Theodor Mommsen, 29 Aug 1876

Physical Description: 1 leaf

Scope and Content Note

Letter from Mommsen to unidentified correspondent regarding a request for an abridged version of his Römische Geschichte.
box 539*, folder 8

Parliamentary decree in the name of Ferdinand I, 3 Mar 1821

Physical Description: 1 leaf

Scope and Content Note

Decree for the transfer of archives and government papers to a safe place.
box 539*, folder 9

Excavations at Decima, 1976

Physical Description: 5 items

Scope and Content Note

Includes notice by M. Aylwin Cotton on excavations at Decima, as well as material relating to the Civiltà del Lazio primitivo exhibition.
box 462, 619

Images of Florence, circa 1730, undated

Scope and Content Note

See also Roll 28**.
box 461, folder 20

Postcards of Florence, undated

Physical Description: 15 postcards

Scope and Content Note

Photographs of works of art and paintings of architecture and street scenes.
box 619, folder 13

Slides of the Baptistery, undated

Physical Description: 12 slides
roll 28**

Friedrich Bernhard Werner, Panorama of Florence, circa 1730

Physical Description: 2 prints

Scope and Content Note

Hand-colored engraving (?) showing panorama of Florence with various structures identified in a key, published by Friedrich Probst. Also includes print showing Venice.
box 461, folder 21

Excavations at Metapontum, 1974, undated

Physical Description: 18 leaves, 1 photograph

Scope and Content Note

Material connected with the University of Texas excavations; includes photocopy of report, photograph and Joseph Coleman letter regarding Nelson Foss.
box 461, folder 22

Archaeology of Palestrina, undated

Physical Description: 8 photographs

Scope and Content Note

Combination of original and copy work photography.
box 619, folder 14

Photographs of Palermo Cathedral and Cloisters, 1960, undated

Physical Description: 56 slides

Scope and Content Note

Includes images of the cathedral and cloisters, also images of Monreale.
box 619, folder 15

Photographs of Segesta Amphitheater, undated

Physical Description: 17 slides
box 461, folder 23

Clippings regarding the Sperlonga statues, 1996

Physical Description: 2 leaves
box 461

Images of the Round Temple at Tivoli, undated

Scope and Content Note

See also Flat file folder 134**.
oversize 134**

Photograph

Physical Description: 1 photograph
box 461, folder 24

Temple de la Sibilla à Tivoli

Physical Description: 1 pen, ink and wash drawing
box 461

Excavation of shipwreck at Torre Sgarratta, 1967

Scope and Content Note

Wreck of merchant ship from second century A.D., excavated by Peter Throckmorton. See also Roll 29**.
box 461, folder 25

Photographs

Physical Description: 6 photographs
roll 29**

Plans

Physical Description: 4 reprographic copies

Scope and Content Note

Plans showing distribution of surviving planking and stone sarcophagi.
box 461, 619

Running of the Olympic torch through Pompeii, 1960

box 461, folder 26

Franco Sicignano, XVII Olimpiade

Physical Description: 1 pamphlet
box 619, folder 16

Photographic documentation

Physical Description: 14 slides
box 461, folder 27

Miscellaneous material related to Italian art and archaeology, 1961-1979, undated

Physical Description: 5 photographs, 2 pamphlets, 1 offprint, 1 clipping
box 539*, folder 8

General clippings on Italian archaeology, 1962-1996, undated

Physical Description: 9 clippings
oversize 135**

Miscellaneous plans, 1957, undated

Scope and Content Note

See also Rolls 30**-31**.
roll 30**

Plan of unidentified excavation, undated

Physical Description: 1 reprographic copy
roll 31**

Plan of Siemens building in Milan, 1957

Physical Description: 1 reprographic copy
oversize 135**

Unidentified plans undated

Physical Description: 3 plans (2 reprographic copies, 1 ink on vellum)
 

Series X.D. Material related to the art, archaeology and history of various areas, 1937-1969, undated

Physical Description: 1.0 linear foot, 1 flat file folder

Scope and Content Note

The material gathered in this subseries demonstrates the broad range of Vander Poel's interests. Included here is material related to Greece, Egypt, Ethiopia, the Americas and Great Britain, as well as other areas. Of particular interest is the extensive photography of the monasteries of Mount Athos.
box 462

Greece, 1959-1969, undated

Scope and Content Note

See also Boxes 619, 621 and 622.
box 462, folder 1

Materials related to trip to Greece, 1959-1969, undated

Physical Description: 28 items

Scope and Content Note

Primarily material from 1959 trip, including receipts, brochures, menus, wine labels, ticket stubs and notes on Greek architecture. Also includes some later clippings.
box 621, 462

Images of the monasteries of Mount Athos, 1962

box 621

Slides

Physical Description: 262 slides
box 462, folder 2

Identification key

Physical Description: 11 leaves
box 622

Slides of general archaeological remains, undated

Physical Description: 54 slides

Scope and Content Note

Slides, primarily commercial, of major archaeological sites, including Rhodes, Epidauros, Mycenae, Tiryns, and Delphi.
box 462, 619

Miscellaneous material related to Greek archaeology, undated

box 462, folder 3

Textual material

Physical Description: 9 leaves
box 619, folder 17

Negative

Physical Description: 1 negative; 9 x 12 cm.
box 462

Egypt, 1958

Scope and Content Note

See also Flat file folder 136**.
box 462, folder 4

John Dimick, "The Embalming House of the Apis Bulls," 1958

Physical Description: 4 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Reprinted from Archaeology 11 (1958): 183-189.
oversize 136**

Memphis -- 1955, circa 1958

Physical Description: 2 maps, 1 leaf
box 620, 623

Research on Lake Tana, Ethiopia, 1937

box 623, folder 1

Negatives

Physical Description: 4 negatives; 9 x 12 cm.

Scope and Content Note

Negatives only of article on Tana.
box 620, folder 3

Glass negatives

Physical Description: 2 glass plate negatives; 9 x 12 cm.

Scope and Content Note

Negatives only of pages from article on Tana.
box 462, 623

Americas, 1952, undated

box 462, folder 5

Review of Theodore Stern, Rubber-Ball Games of the Americas , 1952

Physical Description: 2 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Photocopy of review from AJA 56 (1952): 238.
box 462, folder 6

"The Unwinnable War," undated

Physical Description: 5 leaves

Scope and Content Note

Article on the American Revolution by Richard Ketchum, pages removed from an unidentified magazine.
box 623, folder 2

Mayan calendar glyphs, undated

Physical Description: 1 negative; 9 x 12 cm.

Scope and Content Note

Negative only.
box 462, 623

Tour of England and Scotland, Jun 1965

box 462, folder 7

Itineraries and images

Physical Description: 2 staple-bound booklets, 107 photographs
box 623, folder 3

Negatives

Physical Description: 66 frames; 35 mm.
box 623, folder 4

Miscellaneous travel slides, undated

Physical Description: 35 slides
 

Series X.E. Art and antique collection, 1905, 1932-1983, undated

Physical Description: 1.2 linear feet, 8 flat file folders, 1 roll

Scope and Content Note

Materials related to Vander Poel's collection of antiques and art form this subseries. Beginning in the 1930s, Vander Poel amassed a large collection ranging from Old Master paintings to Asian art, from antiquities to contemporary paintings. His main interest, however, was English furniture and silver of the eighteenth century.
box 624-625

Photographic documentation of general collection, undated

Scope and Content Note

See also Box 631.
box 631, folder 1

Photographs of general art and antique collection

Physical Description: 108 photographs
box 624

Negatives of general art and antique collection

Physical Description: 681 negatives; 4 x 5 in. or smaller
box 625, folder 1

Color negatives

Physical Description: 45 negatives; 4 x 5 in. or smaller
box 625, folder 2

Color transparencies

Physical Description: 6 transparencies; 5 x 7 in. or smaller
box 625, folder 3

Color slides

Physical Description: 85 slides
box 625, 631

Collection of tsubas, undated

box 631, folder 2

Photographs and notes

Physical Description: 17 leaves, 40 photographs
box 625, folder 4

Negatives

Physical Description: 40 negatives; 4 x 5 in.
oversize 137**-144**

Prints and drawings, 1905, 1960-1983, undated

Scope and Content Note

Contains both original artwork and documentation. See also Roll 32**.
oversize 137**

Untitled cityscape, 1960

Physical Description: 1 etching

Scope and Content Note

Print by Max Gunther labeled as final artist's proof; signed with a dedication.
oversize 138**

Towers and [?] of Rome, 1983

Physical Description: 1 print

Scope and Content Note

Signed print by Sally Tate.
oversize 139**

Anatomical drawing of a horse, undated

Physical Description: 1 etching

Scope and Content Note

Print by John Worsley "after George Stubbs"; signed with a dedication.
oversize 140**

Reproductive print of Thursday, 1905

Physical Description: 1 lithograph

Scope and Content Note

Print of 1880 painting of monks fishing by Walter Dendy Sadler; engraved by W. H. Boucher; includes remarque showing figure from Friday (1883) in the lower margin; signed (?).
oversize 141**

"First chair," 1964, undated

Physical Description: 7 reprographic copies, 1 photocopy

Scope and Content Note

Views and details of chair in measured drawings, also copies of a photograph and a receipt.
oversize 142**

Moscardi design for Gothic frame for Shoumatoff portrait, undated

Physical Description: 2 reprographic copies

Scope and Content Note

Measured drawings.
oversize 143**

Sketch of tabernacle for painting of the Martyrdom of St. Vincent, undated

Physical Description: 1 drawing

Scope and Content Note

Label on shipping tube states that it was given to St. Vincent's.
oversize 144**

Moscardi sketch for the tabernacle for the terra-cotta Madonna and Child, undated

Physical Description: 1 drawing

Scope and Content Note

Label on shipping tube states that it was "given to the Old Mission, 1978" and that the statue was "probably by Michele da Firenze, circa 1450."
roll 32**

Sketch for unidentified tabernacle, undated

Physical Description: 1 drawing
box 625, 632

Furnishings and prints in the Lester Manor Club, on loan [?] from Vander Poel, 1971

box 632, folder 1

Photographs

Physical Description: 80 photographs, 3 leaves
box 625, folder 5

Negatives

Physical Description: 89 frames; 35 mm.
box 632, folder 2

Miscellaneous materials, 1932-1992

Physical Description: 23 leaves, 2 fascicles

Scope and Content Note

Includes auction catalog, journal fascicle focusing on silver, appraisal, notes, receipts and correspondence regarding warehouse facilities.
 

Series X.F. Book collection, 1896-1992, undated

Physical Description: 1.7 linear feet, 2 flat file folders

Scope and Content Note

Vander Poel was a lifelong collector of rare books and manuscripts. At his death, he was the longest tenured member of the Grolier Club, having been elected in 1938. Indeed, the Grolier Club holds Vander Poel's papers related to book collecting, including acquisitions for the Campanian collection. The materials included in this subseries are a limited number of both original works and administrative and research materials relating to his book collection.
box 633, folder 1-3

Manuscript of "Play unchristened, in three acts" by Arnold Bennett, circa 1929

Physical Description: 118 leaves in 2 loose-leaf binders, 1 notebook

Scope and Content Note

Also includes pocket notebook with notes for play.
box 634-636

Cards related to the dispersal of a portion of Vander Poel's book collection, undated

Physical Description: circa 3200 cards

Scope and Content Note

Cards are divided into categories: shipped prior to Nov. 1978; waiting for shipment; given away locally; misc. gifts; cross references.
oversize 145**

Design for crystal model of the colophon of the Aldine Press, undated

Physical Description: 7 drawings: 1 pencil and charcoal on paper, 1 ink on vellum, 1 pencil on vellum, 4 reprographic copies
box 633

Miscellaneous material related to book collecting and early printing techniques, 1933-1992

Scope and Content Note

See also Flat file folder 146**.
box 633, folder 4-5

Standard size material, 1933-1992

Physical Description: 11 items
oversize 146**

Oversize material, 1896

Physical Description: 1 clipping
 

Series X.G. Miscellaneous topics, 1936-1994, undated

Physical Description: 0.9 linear feet, 5 flat file folders
box 637-638

Material related to Yale University, 1957-1969

Scope and Content Note

See also Flat file folder 147**.
box 637

Essays for the C. Douglass Green Prize, 1957-1969

Physical Description: 7 items
box 638

Design of the William Stewart Halsted Trophy, 1965

Scope and Content Note

See also Flat file folder 147**.
box 638, folder 1

Layouts of the design

Physical Description: 3 leaves
oversize 147**

Oversize layouts

Physical Description: 4 leaves
box 623, 638

Material related to St. Stephens School in Rome, 1968-1970, undated

box 638, folder 2

Miscellaneous material, 1968-1970, undated

Physical Description: 5 items

Scope and Content Note

Contains set of corrected proofs for school catalog; set of student photographs for museum passes; photographs of the launching of the Halsted B. Vander Poel, a crew shell; photographs of medals for St. Stephen's School; photographs of school cross.
box 623, folder 5

Transparencies of school cross and Halsted B. Vander Poel Medal, undated

Physical Description: 3 color transparencies, 1 negative; 5 x 7 in. or smaller
box 623, 638

Documentation of the Keats-Shelley apartment, circa 1976

box 638, folder 3

Photographs,

Physical Description: 9 photographs
box 623, folder 6

Negatives,

Physical Description: 7 negatives; 4 x 5 in.
box 638, folder 4

Medal commemorating the 50th anniversary of the New York Public Library, 1961

Physical Description: 1 medal, 6 photographs
oversize 148**

Materials related to heraldry, 1936, undated

Scope and Content Note

See also Box 623.
box 623, folder 7

Images copied from Connoisseur, 1936

Physical Description: 22 frames of negatives; 35 mm.
oversize 148**

"Ornament und Sinnbild," undated

Physical Description: 1 clipping
oversize 149**

Obituaries of Sir Harold Acton, 1994

Physical Description: 10 clippings
box 623, 638, folder 5

Material on World War II era and contemporary military planes and ships, 1970-1983

Scope and Content Note

See also Flat file folder 150**.
box 638, folder 5

Miscellaneous material, 1974-1977

Physical Description: 3 items
oversize 150**

Oversize material, 1977-1983

Physical Description: 2 clippings
box 623, folder 8

Photographs of Sixth Fleet maneuvers, 1970

Physical Description: 16 frames; 35 mm negatives

Scope and Content Note

Negatives only.
box 620, 623

Images of historic yachts, undated

box 623, folder 9

Negatives

Physical Description: 3 negatives; 2.5 x 3.5 in.
box 620, folder 4

Glass negatives

Physical Description: 2 glass plate negatives; 9 x 12 cm.
oversize 151**

Rules of the Manor, undated

Physical Description: 1 sheet

Scope and Content Note

Reproduction of rules for servants posted at Hatchlands Park, an eighteenth-century stately home, in Surrey.
box 638, folder 6

Rules and list of members for Buck's Club in London, 1976

Physical Description: 1 pamphlet
box 638, folder 7

Miscellaneous material, undated

Physical Description: 23 items

Scope and Content Note

Primarily unidentified scraps of paper, partial addresses, shopping lists, etc.
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