New Yorker Magazine Subject Guide
Constantin Alajalov (1900-1987). Artwork, correspondence, photographs, scrapbooks, memorabilia, diaries and journals, and other items, from the artist and illustrator best known for his iconic magazine covers for The New Yorker and The Saturday Evening Post.
Nathaniel Benchley (1915-1981). Manuscripts for several juvenile and young adult novels, dating from 1960 to 1981; as well as several other manuscripts, correspondence, audio recordings, photographs, and other items.
Peter Benchley (1940-2006). Manuscripts, correspondence, audio, video, and other items from the author of several novels (including Jaws) and conservationist.
Marie Brenner (1949- ). Manuscripts, research material, correspondence, audio recordings, and other material from the award-winning journalist and biographer, known for her work in Vanity Fair and The New Yorker.
Paul Brodeur (1931- ). A large collection of manuscripts, correspondence, research material, and other items from the American investigative journalist and author.
Charles Dickinson (1951-). Manuscripts from the notable author.
Frances Fitzgerald (1940-). Manuscripts, notebooks, research, correspondence, photographs, audio and video recordings, and other material from the prominent journalist, recognized for her coverage of Vietnam and her investigations of contemporary American culture.
Daniel Fuchs (1909-1993). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed materials, and other items from the notable screenwriter, and fiction writer.
Ralph Ingersoll (1900-1985). Diaries and a scrapbook kept during Ralph Isaac Ingersoll's tenure as U.S. Minister Plenipotentiary to the Imperial Court of Russia (1847-1849) as well as his son, Colin Macrae Ingersoll's, diaries and scrapbook describing the same time (and other journeys through Europe); diplomatic memorabilia used by Ralph Isaac Ingersoll while at the Russian court. In the Ralph Ingersoll Collection.
John Lahr (1941-). Manuscripts, printed material, research material, correspondence, photographs, legal and financial material, scrapbooks, and other items from the notable author.
C.Y. Lee (1917-). Manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, and printed material from the notable author.
Winthrop Sargeant (1903-1986). Several drafts, notes, and letters regarding Sargeant's 1974 translation of the Bhagavad Gita, as well as Sargeant's diary of his trip to India in 1948-1949; along with his other papers regarding his career as a noted music critic.
Edward Sorel (1929- ). Artwork, manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, and other material from the acclaimed American artist and illustrator.
George W.S. Trow (1943-2006). Manuscripts, correspondence, audio recordings, photographs, memorabilia, and other items from the recognized author and critic, including his influential essay Within the Context of No Context and his memoir/essay My Pilgrim's Progress: Media Studies, 1950-1998.
Arturo Vivante (1923-2008). Manuscripts from the Italian poet and short story writer.
Hugo Wolfson (1910-1990). Manuscripts, correspondence, printed material, and memorabilia from the notable director, producer, writer, dramatist, and actor.