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Galanos, James

James Galanos sketches for Jimi Originals

probably 1950, 0.1 linear ft
In 1950, fashion designer James Galanos (1924- ) started Jimi Originals with Mary Scourby. The company only existed for a short time, but it was the first company to market Galanos' creations under his name. The collection consists of twelve Jimi Originals fashion sketches as well as invoices and notes. Galanos was a critic at Parsons School of Design from 1962 to 1968.

Gardner, Jean (Jean M.)

Parsons School of Design Environmental Design projects taught by Jean McClintock Gardner

1972-1974, 11 folders, 1 audio reel
This small record group documents two New York City-based projects taught by Parsons School of Design professor Jean McClintock Gardner in the early 1970s. One project focused on the Southern Boulevard Redemption Area in the Bronx, the other on Union Square in Manhattan. These projects involved original research, collaboration with neighborhood organizations and communities, and urban rehabilitation design proposals by students in the Environmental Design Department (now the School of Constructed Environments). Materials include a grant application, an audio recording, a press kit and publicity records, and student research in the form of data sets, interview summaries, design proposals, drafts and final reports, and maps.

Gazzaniga, Marietta

Marietta Gazzaniga musical excerpts scrapook

1845-1929, 1 scrapbook
Scrapbook primarily containing autographed scores of popular Italian songs. Also inludes several poems and letters addressed to Gazzaniga, in Italian, French and English, included one by Meyeerbeer. Final leaf contains a 1929 autographed excerpt of a score by Giuseppi Verdi.
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Geck, Francis

Francis J. Geck papers

1923-2001, 3.5 linear ft
Francis Geck (1900-2005) graduated from the New York School of Fine and Applied Art (later, Parsons School of Design) in 1924 and taught interior design at the school's Paris Ateliers until 1927. Following a professional career in his native Detroit, Geck became a professor of Fine Arts at University of Colorado, where he taught for 39 years. The papers contain correspondence with Parsons administrators, including Frank Alvah Parsons, design renderings and student work, publications, and course-related materials.

Gettrust, Mary Frances (Mrs. Maury G. Baker)

Mary Gettrust collection

1936-1995, 4 folders
Mary Frances Gettrust (Mrs. Maury G. Baker) attended the New York School of Art (later, Parsons School of Design) from 1936 until her graduation in 1939 with a diploma in Costume Design and Illustration. Gettrust served as an instructor of Costume Illustration at Parsons in the 1940s. The collection consists of a partial student notebook of costume sketches with instructor comments, printed examples of Gettrust's work as a professional fashion illustrator, and correspondence from Parsons Alumni Association, and Parsons-related ephemera.

Gideonse, Harry

Harry Gideonse records

1952-1974, 4.4 linear feet
Harry Gideonse served as chancellor the New School for Social Research from 1966 to 1975. This collection contains administrative material from his time at NSSR, as well as his prior tenure as president of Brooklyn College. Records include correspondence, financial and fundraising documents, and curriculum and conference material.
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Givenchy Nouvelle Boutique

Givenchy Nouvelle Boutique showroom books

1972-1974, 2.2 linear ft
The collection consists of showroom books for the Givenchy Nouvelle Boutique of New York City, 1972-1974. The showroom books include price lists, garment sketch reproductions, and fabric swatches.

Givenchy, Hubert de

Hubert de Givenchy fashion sketches

circa 1980s, 0.1 linear ft
The two fashion sketches, rendered in colored marker, were created by Hubert de Givenchy for Anna-Maria Kellen during the 1980s.

Godowsky, Leopold

Leopold Godowsky-David Saperton collection

1900-2000, 2.2 linear feet
This collection consists of music manuscripts of compositions by Leopold Godowsky and David Saperton including proofs. Also found herein are letters and photographs pertaining to these composers. This collection contains scores and ephemera of both David Saperton and Leopold Godowsky. Also included are letters to and from Saperton and his wife detailing his public successes, his work as a recording artist, and the successes of his students. The collection also contains oddities such as a pencil-written, unsigned, unannotated manuscript of Chinese Lullaby from the musical “East is West” by Robert Hood Bowers.
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Golbin, Andrée

Andrée Golbin papers

1947-1996, 0.4 linear ft
After graduating from Parsons School of Design in 1943, Andrée Golbin (1923-2006) led a long career as a painter, graphic artist and illustrator. In addition to serving as art director for Mademoiselle magazine in the early 1950s, Golbin created artwork for a diverse roster of clients, including several modern dance companies, Henri Bendel, and American Cyanamid. The New School Archives holds examples of Golbin's drawings and completed projects in the form of book jackets, children's books, catalogs, and assorted promotional materials.

Golden, Cipe Pineles

Cipe Pineles's Editorial Design course dummies

1970 or 1971, 20 items
Collection consists of twenty dummies created at Parsons School of Design by students in an Editorial Design course taught by Cipe Pineles. The course was situated in the Graphic Design (later Communication Design) Department. One of the dummies is Pineles's, used as an example for her students, titled, Ah, Me.

Goldfarb, Jeffrey

Jeffrey Goldfarb papers

1971-2016, 9.4 linear feet
This collection consists of the papers of Jeffrey Goldfarb, the Michael E. Gellert Professor of Sociology at The New School. The collection contains teaching files; materials relating to Goldfarb's work and research in Poland; correspondence; and manuscripts and proofs for Goldfarb's books, including After the Fall, Cynical Society, and Beyond Glastnost. Also included are manuscripts of papers delivered at conferences, book reviews, book prospectuses, and materials relating to Goldfarb's studies at the University of Chicago. Also found herein are materials pertaining to the Democracy Seminar, including 46 audiocassettes primarily ranging from 1984-1989. Among printed material included in this collection are 11 isues of an "irregular mini-magazine condensing newspaper reports of the Vietnam War into handmaded pictorial narratives; published by Bread and Puppet Theater."
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Goodman, Jeremiah

Jeremiah Goodman interior design renderings

circa 1970s-1980s, 0.4 linear ft
Jeremiah Goodman (1922- ), studied at Parsons School of Design and the Franklin School of Professional Art in the 1940s, and went on to become a sought-after illustrator of interiors, creating covers for Interior Design magazine for fifteen years. The New School Archives' collection consists of nine watercolor renderings and one reproduction, dating from the 1970s and the '80s.

Goodman, Juke

Juke Goodman fashion illustration collection

1940-1952, undated, 0.8 linear ft
A collection of eighteen 1940s and 1950s fashion and jewelry illustrations collected by art director Juke Goodman. Artists represented in the collection include René Robert Bouché, Burma Burris, Carl Erickson ("Eric"), Ruth Graftstrom, and Jacqueline Lindner. Goodman served as art director for Saks Fifth Avenue and was a visiting lecturer at Parsons School of Design.

Greenbaum, Joseph J.

Joseph J. Greenbaum papers

1943-1976, 2.8 linear ft
Joseph J. Greenbaum (1924-2011), a specialist in experimental psychology, joined the Graduate Faculty of the New School for Social Research in 1957 and was promoted to full professor in 1962. He also served as dean of the Graduate Faculty from the 1966-1967 academic year through the 1978-1979 academic year. During his four-decade career at The New School, Greenbaum taught a number of courses in the Psychology Department, documentation of which will be found in his records, along with administrative documentation from his role as dean.
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Greenhill, Fred

Fred Greenhill fashion illustrations

circa 1960s-1980s, 13.5 linear ft
Fred Greenhill (1925-2007) graduated from Parsons School of Design in 1950. He went on to work as a fashion illustrator for Neiman Marcus in the 1950s, and was the primary artist for Saks Fifth Avenue in the 1960s and early 1970s. Greenhill is most recognized for his Lord & Taylor illustrations, including the company's trademark long-stemmed rose. The New School Archives holds approximately 700 fashion illustrations that Greenhill created from the 1960s through the 1980s.

Gruda, Katarzyna

Parsons School of Design Graphic Design Department student work

1996-2010, 10.9
The items in this collection represent work created by students enrolled in Parsons School of Design's Graphic Design program. Screen-printed posters constitute the majority of the collection, with other examples including books, cards, jewel cases for compact disks, plastic mats, and a thematic sculpture series documented in color photographs and one sample. The majority of the work was produced for classes taught by Katarzyna Gruda.
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