The Depth of New Yorker Films

Written by Sarah Cassone, Processing Intern Dan Talbot Papers MS Student, Palmer School of Library and Information Science, Long Island University   One thing that is striking upon processing the Dan Talbot Papers is the types of materials his company kept and the attention to detail each film was given. When I think about the […]

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The Death of the Guest Book

Written by Sarah Cassone, Processing Intern Dan Talbot Papers MS student, Palmer School of Library and Information Science, Long Island University   I’m currently working on processing the Dan Talbot Papers at the Rare Book & Manuscript Library at Columbia University. The Dan Talbot Papers were acquired by RBML in April 2009. Dan Talbot was […]

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Tues., Oct. 22nd, a Celebration Concert: “The Ulysses Kay Project” @ Columbia

      On Tuesday, October 22, 2013, at 6:00 pm Columbia University Columbia University Office of the Chaplain’s Concert Series will feature the Harlem Chamber Players at St. Paul’s Chapel at Columbia University 117th Street and Amsterdam (See, map @ no. 12).  This concert is part of what the Harlem Chamber Players have titled […]

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“Processing the Andrew Sarris Papers or ‘Is Harry Too Dirty?'”

Megan Darlington, RBML Intern (summer, 2012) As an intern at RBML this past summer, I had the pleasure of processing the papers of prominent film critic and Columbia professor, the late Andrew Sarris (1928-2012).  The papers reveal a rare glimpse into Sarris’s life and work, and document major trends in theory and criticism during a […]

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