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Series 4
Printed material and memorabilia, 1932-2016
Boxes 151 - 191, OP2-OP4

Scope and Content Note

This series consists of printed material and memorabilia from circa 1932-2016. It contains booklets, brochures, catalogs, clippings, collectors' items, flyers, magazines, postcards, posters, and programs documenting various award ceremonies, concerts, exhibitions, festivals, galas, and performances. It includes material from several iterations of Geoffrey Holder and Company and Carmen de Lavallade and Company, as well as from their respective solo works, relationships, and honors.

The series contains several programs from Holder's early dance career. Notable Geoffrey Holder and Dancers programs and flyers include An Exciting Presentation of Caribbean Dancers with a performance of Prodigal Prince at the Castle Hill Concert Series (Ipswich, Massachusetts, 1964) and performances of Doogla Suite, To the Divine Horseman, and Bélé Suite at Kaufman Hall (New York, New York, 1956). Performances from The Holder Brothers Ballet Company, which Geoffrey Holder eventually led, include Ballet Congo (1950), Bélé Negre (1952), and Dance Creole Dance (1951).

In addition to dance company and large production material, Holder's solo acts and visual art exhibitions are also well-represented. Holder's solo act tour of colleges and universities includes material from Harrisburg Community College (1972), the University of Dayton (1966-1967), and the University of California, Los Angeles (1966). There are exhibition catalogs, postcards, and programs from Holder's visual art exhibitions (circa 1948-1990s), as well as material from exhibitions of other artists (circa 1951-2009).

Material from Carmen de Lavallade's solo and company work include a wide range of dance and theater performances, such as Carmen de Lavallade and her Theatre of the Dance with Come Sunday and Pas de Deux at Hunter College (New York, New York, 1968) and Carmen de Lavallade and the Capital Ballet Company with performances of A Portrait of Billie at Howard University (Washington, D.C., 1962). Theater productions from Yale Repertory Company (New Haven, Connecticut) and Metropolitan Opera Ballet (New York, New York) include works choreographed by and/or featuring de Lavallade, such as Aida (circa 1953-1958), Lucia di Lammermoor (1992), and The Seven Deadly Sins (circa 1970s). Material from the de Lavallade-Ailey southeast Asia tour (1962) and the dance company Paradigm (circa 1996-2010) are also included.

The series reflects several awards, galas, and benefits in honor of or attended by Holder and de Lavallade, especially the New York Shakespeare Festival (Central Park, circa 1968-1972), Festival of Two Worlds (Spoleto, Italy, 1958), and Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival (Beckett, Massachusetts, circa 1953-1993). De Lavallade and Holder's long relationship with Lucille Lortel and White Barn Theatre (Westport, Connecticut) is also well-represented through clippings, flyers, and programs of performances and events from circa 1953-1998, including the Holder wedding.

A large volume of clippings includes general articles related to colleagues, friends, and family of Holder and de Lavallade and general news. There are also promotional articles related to the couple, highlighting their lifestyle and work. Some of the seemingly unrelated clippings may be related to reference albums Holder compiled throughout his career.

Arrangement Note

Arranged in alphabetical order by title and document type.

Processing Note

Most material by and about Holder and de Lavallade was arranged by title. Articles by or about Holder and de Lavallade within full magazines are arranged by title of the article. Material that does not appear to mention Holder or de Lavallade was arranged by document type. The small amount of administrative material from the de Lavallade-Ailey southeast Asia tour was kept with printed material and reflects its original order.

Box Folder Content
151 1 "The 25th Biennial Exhibition of Contemporary American Oil Paintings," The Corcoran Gallery of Art (Washington, D.C.) and The Toledo Museum of Art (Ohio), 1957 January 13-April 30

"Festivities," painting by Geoffrey Holder.

151 2 "The 32nd Commencement Exercises," Metropolitan College of New York (New York), 2009 June 13
178 1 50th Anniversary Tribute to Carmen de Lavallade, The Landmark Hudson Theatre (New York, New York), 1999 June 5
151 3 "The 62nd Annual Academy Awards," Dorothy Chandler Pavilion (Los Angeles, California), 1990
168 1 "100 Black Women Gala," Networking (Remsenburg, New York), Volume 7, Number 2, 1998 February
151 4 "100 Great Beauties of the World," Harper's Bazaar (New York, New York), 1967
178 2 "1994 Mother Hale Awards for Caring," with Mistress of Ceremonies Carmen de Lavallade, The Grand Ballroom, The Plaza (New York, New York), 1994 February 13
173 1 "2016 Obie Award Honorees," Lifetime Achievement Award, Carmen de Lavallade, The Village Voice (New York, New York), with correspondence from Jeremiah Hernandez (American Theatre Wing, New York, New York), 2016 May 25-31
151 5 Adam, 1986
151 6 Advertisements, general, circa 1950s-2010
190 1 Africa '78, trade fair and exposition, with correspondence, 1978 March 10-December 10
151 7 Aida, 1953-1958
190 2 Aida and Lucia di Lammermoor, Metropolitan Opera (New York, New York), 1955-1956 Lucia di Lammermoor, Metropolitan Opera (New York, New York), 1955-1956
178 3 The Ailey School's Annual Spring Celebration Concert, 2008 Apex Awards to Carmen de Lavallade, with correspondence, Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater (New York, New York), 2008 May 21
178 4 Ain't No Way, circa 1991-1996
151 8 "Alvin Ailey: Dance Wizard Decreeing a Light Through Which Black Souls Blaze" and "Reminiscences: Pirouettes and Memories in Time for the Tiger," Attitude: The Dancers Magazine (New York, New York), 1989
151 9 Amahl and the Night Visitors and Live on Broadway, The Boys Choir of Harlem, 1980 December 20-1993 January 19
151 10 "Amazing Grace," by Alexandra Brown, Vogue Australia (Sydney), 2013 July
151 11 "American Music Theater Festival," Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1988 September 17
151 12 American Voices, The Apple Corps Theatre (New York, New York), undated [January 18-29] The Apple Corps Theatre (New York, New York), undated [January 18-29]
151 13 Ancestral Spirits,
173 2 Annie, 1982
177 1 Annie, "Knickerbocker" doll, circa 1982
177 2 Annie, plastic cup, circa 1982
151 14 Annie, with correspondence, circa 1981-1982
178 5 Aphrodite, The Boston Ballet Company (Massachusetts), 1967 January 29
178 6 "Art for Art's Sake Art Show," New York State Theater at Lincoln Center (New York), undated
173 3 "Art to Heart," Geoffrey Holder by Amina Warsuma, Interview (New York, New York), volume 9, number 11, 1979 November
178 7 As I Remember It, circa 2013-2016 [1]
178 8 As I Remember It, circa 2013-2016 [2]
151 15 "The Awful Afro Trend," circa 1962
151 16 Bachianas Brasileiras, The Dolls, and Senor X, L'Olympia (Paris, France), circa 1964-1965 The Dolls, and Senor X, L'Olympia (Paris, France), circa 1964-1965
151 17 Ballet Ballads, circa 1961
168 2 Ballet Ballads, Ebony Magazine (Chicago, Illinois), 1961 May Ebony Magazine (Chicago, Illinois), 1961 May
178 9 Ballet "Beguine Créole", Le Visiteur, and Summertime, L'Olympia (Paris, France), circa 1964-1965 Le Visiteur, and Summertime, L'Olympia (Paris, France), circa 1964-1965
152 1 Ballet of "Americas," L'Olympia (Paris, France), 1964 October 15

Includes a program order with Holder and de Lavallade in French that may be unrelated.

152 2 Ballets, Ballads, the Blues, and the Bible, circa 1982
152 3 Ballets, Ballads, the Blues, and the Bible, "Genesis," Philadelphia Dance Company [Philadanco] (Pennsylvania), 2005 May
178 10 Ballet Theatre Foundation, Incorporated (New York, New York) presents American Ballet Theatre, guest artist Carmen de Lavallade, 1966 January
178 11 Balmaya Committee with IFCO-Rains presents A Benefit Concert for Victims of West African Famine, Cathedral of St. John the Divine (New York, New York), 1973 September 23
152 4 Bamboche!, Katherine Dunham Company with the performers of the Royal Troupe of Morocco, 1962
152 5 Banda, circa 1959-1982
168 3 "Beauford Delaney: A Retrospective [50 Years of Light]," New York, New York, 1991 February-March
178 12 "Beauty in the Eye of the B. Holder," Simon Bolivar Auditorium (Venezuela), 1988 November 30-December 7
168 4 "Bill Marshall discusses the most exciting women I've ever known," Our World: A Picture Magazine for the Whole Family (New York, New York), 1954 February
178 13 "Black Choreographers and Dancers Speak on the Value of Critics," The Feet (New York, New York), 1973 June
152 6 Black Gods, Green Islands, circa 1959-1968
178 14 "Black is Beautiful: Over 100 Negro Greats," Number 10, Greenwich, Connecticut, 1969
152 7 Black Nativity, Paris, France, 1965
152 8 Black Playwrights, 1923-1977: An Annotated Bibliography of Plays, compiled and edited by James V. Hatch and Omanii Adbullah, excerpts, with correspondence, 1996
178 15 "Black Visions '89: Movements of Ten Dance Masters," Tweed Gallery at City Hall Park (New York, New York), 1989 January 30-February 24
178 16 Blood Wedding, 1987 August 17-September 15
152 9 Bolero and Rhapsody in Blue, Radio City Music Hall (New York, New York), circa 1982 Rhapsody in Blue, Radio City Music Hall (New York, New York), circa 1982
178 17 "Bon Mélange," Trinidad and Tobago Tourist Board, undated
152 10 Booklets, general, circa 1948-1996 [1]
152 11 Booklets, general, circa 1948-1996 [2]
178 18 Booklets, general, circa 1948-1996 [3]
178 19 Booklets, general, circa 1980s-1990s
168 5 Booklets, general, Dance Theatre of Harlem, undated
173 4 Booklets, general, Liza [Minelli], undated
179 1 Booklets, general, religious, undated
179 2 "Boscoe Holder's Caribbean World of Beauty," The Gallery (Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago), 2004 June 28-July 9
152 12 "The Boston Conservatory Commencement Ceremonies," with handwritten speech, The Emerson Majestic Theater (Boston, Massachusetts), 1994 May 15
168 6 The Boys Choir of Harlem 25th Anniversary, 1993-1994
168 7 "Broadway Revisited," Harper's Bazaar (New York, New York), 1957 March
152 13 Broadway's 8th Annual Easter Bonnet Competition, Minskoff Theatre (New York, New York), 1994
152 14 "Broadway Salutes Off-Broadway honoring Lucille Lortel," undated
152 15 Brochures and pamphlets, general, circa 1953-1994 [1]
179 3 Brochures and pamphlets, general, circa 1953-1994 [2]
152 16 The Brooklyn Academy of Music presents The Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, 1970 April 18
152 17 Brouhaha, 175 East Broadway Playhouse (New York, New York), undated
153 1 Bulletin of Yale University School of Drama, New Haven Connecticut, 1973 June 15-1976 August 30
153 2 Bulletins, general, circa 1954
176 1 Calendar, Boscoe Holder, 2005
179 4 Calendars, general, circa 1964
173 5 Calendar, "The Original - Official Juneteenth," 1997-1998
179 5 "Caribbean Canvases: An Exhibition of Paintings by Geoffrey Holder and Cecily Forde," 1949 July 10-16
153 3 "Caribbean Latin Jazz Festival," Cascade, Trinidad and Tobago, undated
153 4 Carmen and Geoffrey, film, circa 2005 June 10
169 1 Carmen and Geoffrey, film posters, circa 2005 March 13
169 2 "Carmen de Lavallade and Geoffrey Holder: Dance, Theatre, and Art," City (New York, New York), volume 1, issue 3, 1994 September
153 5 "Carmen de Lavallade: The Road through Central Avenue," presented by the Tom and Ethel Bradley Foundation, Los Angeles, California, 2015 July 12
153 6 Carmina Burana, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts (New York, New York), 1966 March
153 7 Catalogs, general, circa 1979-1984 [1]
153 8 Catalogs, general, circa 1979-1984 [2]
153 9 Catalogs, general, art exhibition, circa 1951-1991 [1]
153 10 Catalogs, general, art exhibition, circa 1951-1991 [2]
153 11 Catalogs, general, art exhibition, circa 1951-1991 [3]
153 12 A Celebrating of the Life of Boscoe Holder, 2007
153 13 Celebrating Twenty-Five Years, Philadelphia Dance Company [Philadanco] (Pennsylvania), 1994 September 7-1995 October 6
179 6 "A Celebration of Black Theatre," Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, The Vivian Beaumont Theatre Lobby (New York, New York), 1988 June 27
153 14 A Celebration of the Life of Geoffrey Holder, 2014-2015
179 7 "Celebrities for Lindsay: An Art Exhibition and Auction," Philip LaVerne Gallery (New York, New York), 1965 October 19-26
179 8 "Celebrity Art Show and Sale," George Heller Memorial Foundation Scholarship Fund, 1967 November
179 9 Chamber Ballets by John Butler, "Festival of Two Worlds," Theatro Caio Melisso (Spoleto, Italy), undated
179 10 The Children of 270 present A Christmas Revue in Celebration of Nature, The Lobby at 270 Convent Avenue (New York, New York), 2014 December 20
179 11 City Center American Dance Marathon, New York, New York, 1972
154 1 Clippings, Carmen de Lavallade and Geoffrey Holder, circa 1950s [1]
154 2 Clippings, Carmen de Lavallade and Geoffrey Holder, circa 1950s [2]
169 3 Clippings, Carmen de Lavallade and Geoffrey Holder, circa 1950s [3]
169 4 Clippings, Carmen de Lavallade and Geoffrey Holder, circa 1950s [4]
174 1 Clippings, Carmen de Lavallade and Geoffrey Holder, circa 1950s [5]
179 12 Clippings, Carmen de Lavallade and Geoffrey Holder, circa 1950s [6]
179 13 Clippings, Carmen de Lavallade and Geoffrey Holder, circa 1950s [7]
179 14 Clippings, Carmen de Lavallade and Geoffrey Holder, circa 1950s [8]
179 15 Clippings, Carmen de Lavallade and Geoffrey Holder, circa 1950s [9]
180 1 Clippings, Carmen de Lavallade and Geoffrey Holder, circa 1950s [10]
190 3 Clippings, Carmen de Lavallade and Geoffrey Holder, circa 1950s-1960s
154 3 Clippings, Carmen de Lavallade and Geoffrey Holder, circa 1960s [1]
174 2 Clippings, Carmen de Lavallade and Geoffrey Holder, circa 1960s [2]
180 2 Clippings, Carmen de Lavallade and Geoffrey Holder, circa 1960s [3]
180 3 Clippings, Carmen de Lavallade and Geoffrey Holder, circa 1960s [4]
180 4 Clippings, Carmen de Lavallade and Geoffrey Holder, circa 1960s [5]
191 1 Clippings, Carmen de Lavallade and Geoffrey Holder, circa 1960s [6]
169 5 Clippings, Carmen de Lavallade and Geoffrey Holder, circa 1960s-1970s
154 4 Clippings, Carmen de Lavallade and Geoffrey Holder, circa 1970s [1]
174 3 Clippings, Carmen de Lavallade and Geoffrey Holder, circa 1970s [2]
180 5 Clippings, Carmen de Lavallade and Geoffrey Holder, circa 1970s [3]
180 6 Clippings, Carmen de Lavallade and Geoffrey Holder, circa 1970s [4]

Includes correspondence.

154 5 Clippings, Carmen de Lavallade and Geoffrey Holder, circa 1980s [1]
154 6 Clippings, Carmen de Lavallade and Geoffrey Holder, circa 1980s [2]
154 7 Clippings, Carmen de Lavallade and Geoffrey Holder, circa 1980s [3]
169 6 Clippings, Carmen de Lavallade and Geoffrey Holder, circa 1980s [4]
174 4 Clippings, Carmen de Lavallade and Geoffrey Holder, circa 1980s [5]
174 5 Clippings, Carmen de Lavallade and Geoffrey Holder, circa 1980s [6]
180 7 Clippings, Carmen de Lavallade and Geoffrey Holder, circa 1980s [7]
174 6 Clippings, Carmen de Lavallade and Geoffrey Holder, circa 1990s [1]
180 8 Clippings, Carmen de Lavallade and Geoffrey Holder, circa 1990s [2]
181 1 Clippings, Carmen de Lavallade and Geoffrey Holder, circa 1990s [3]
155 1 Clippings, Carmen de Lavallade and Geoffrey Holder, circa 1990s-2000s [1]
155 2 Clippings, Carmen de Lavallade and Geoffrey Holder, circa 1990s-2000s [2]
169 7 Clippings, Carmen de Lavallade and Geoffrey Holder, circa 1990s-2000s [3]
174 7 Clippings, Carmen de Lavallade and Geoffrey Holder, circa 2000s
181 2 Clippings, Carmen de Lavallade and Geoffrey Holder, circa 2000s [2]
155 3 Clippings, Carmen de Lavallade and Geoffrey Holder, undated [1]
174 8 Clippings, Carmen de Lavallade and Geoffrey Holder, undated [2]
181 3 Clippings, Carmen de Lavallade and Geoffrey Holder, undated [3]
169 8 Clippings, Carmen de Lavallade and Geoffrey Holder, wedding, circa 1955
155 4 Clippings, family, circa 1960s-2008
181 4 Clippings, family, Boscoe Holder, circa 1988-2000 [1]
181 5 Clippings, family, Boscoe Holder, circa 1988-2000 [2]
181 6 Clippings, family, Roger, David, and Michael Boothman, circa 1987-2000
181 7 Clippings, friends, circa 1975-2002 [1]
181 8 Clippings, friends, circa 1975-2002 [2]
181 9 Clippings, friends, Bobby Short, with correspondence, circa 2005
155 5 Clippings, friends, Leni Williams, with correspondence, circa 1996-1998
174 9 Clippings, general, circa 1950s
155 6 Clippings, general, circa 1950s-2000s [1]
155 7 Clippings, general, circa 1950s-2000s [2]
155 8 Clippings, general, circa 1950s-2000s [3]
155 9 Clippings, general, circa 1950s-2000s [4]
155 10 Clippings, general, circa 1950s-2000s [5]
169 9 Clippings, general, circa 1960s-1980s
182 1 Clippings, general, circa 1990s-2000s [1]
182 2 Clippings, general, circa 1990s-2000s [2]
182 3 Clippings, general, circa 1990s-2000s [3]
182 4 Clippings, general, annotated books pages, circa 1993-2002
182 5 Clippings, general, annotated book pages, undated
182 6 Clippings, general, book pages, undated
155 11 Clippings, general, calypso, with song lyrics, undated
182 7 Clippings, general, The Kennedy Center, The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts (Washington, D.C.), circa 2002-2003

Originally together.

182 8 Clippings, John Butler, 1977-1999
182 9 Clippings, Josephine Baker, with Jet magazines (Chicago, Illinois), circa 1964-1973

Originally together.

182 10 "Cocktails with Carmen," The DuSable Museum of African American History (Chicago, Illinois), 2011 December 12
156 1 Collaboration 6- A Night of Fantasy, 1985 February 12
182 11 "The Collection of Geoffrey Holder and Carmen de Lavallade," Arcade Auction, Sotheby's (New York, New York), 1996 October 1
156 2 Command Performance: A Night with Stars on Broadway, The Millay Colony for the Arts (Austerlitz, New York), circa 1984 April 30
156 3 A Concert in Memory of William Thomas Strayhorn, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, Philharmonic Hall (New York, New York), 1968 October 6
191 2 "A Connoisseur of Fine Cognacs and Brandies," Ebony Magazine (Chicago Illinois), 1981 January
182 12 Converging Movements: Modern Dance and Jewish Culture at the 92nd Street Y by Naomi M. Jackson, first pages, undated
156 4 The Creation, circa 1973-1992
183 1 The Creative Spirit, conversation between Geoffrey Holder and John Lahr, Concerts and Lectures, The Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, New York), 2002-2003
183 2 Dance L.A. Dance (Los Angeles, California), 1985 November
156 5 Dance Magazine (New York, New York), with annual award for Carmen de Lavallade, 1967 March
156 6 "Dance Poetry," Attitude: The Dancers Magazine, 1984 November-December
170 -- "Dancers by the Dozen," Central Park Festival, Life (New York, New York), 1963 September 13
183 3 Dancers Over 40 and Friends presents Can't Stop the Music! Can't Stop the Dance! Diversity All Around Us!, St. Luke's Theater (New York, New York), circa 2015 October 14
183 4 "Dancers who Paint: A Holiday Season Exhibition," Dance Magazine (New York, New York), 1956 December
156 7 "Dancer with Magic," People Magazine (New York, New York), 1955 October 8
156 8 The Day Room by Don DeLillo, American Theatre (New York, New York), 1986 September
183 5 Death of a Salesman, Trinity Square Repertory Company (Providence, Rhode Island), circa 1977-1979
156 9 "de Lavallade-Ailey American Dance Company Southeast Asia tour," 1962 [1]
173 6 "de Lavallade-Ailey American Dance Company Southeast Asia tour," 1962 [2]
156 10 "de Lavallade-Ailey American Dance Company Southeast Asia tour," Australia, 1962
156 11 "de Lavallade-Ailey American Dance Company Southeast Asia tour," Burma, 1962
156 12 "de Lavallade-Ailey American Dance Company Southeast Asia tour," Fiji, 1962
156 13 "de Lavallade-Ailey American Dance Company Southeast Asia tour," Japan, 1962
156 14 "de Lavallade-Ailey American Dance Company Southeast Asia tour," Korea, 1962
157 1 "de Lavallade-Ailey American Dance Company Southeast Asia tour," Malaya [Malaysia], 1962
170 2 "de Lavallade-Ailey American Dance Company Southeast Asia tour," "Negro Dancers in Tokyo," The Asahi Picture News, Japan, 1962
157 2 "de Lavallade-Ailey American Dance Company Southeast Asia tour," with schedules, Indonesia, 1962
157 3 "de Lavallade-Ailey American Dance Company Southeast Asia tour," with schedule, Vietnam, 1962
170 3 "Deux par deux cette semaine," Elle Magazine (Paris, France), 1964 October 8
183 6 Die Meistersinger von Nurnberg and Lucia di Lammermoor, with correspondence, The Metropolitan Opera (New York, New York), circa 1992-2014 Lucia di Lammermoor, with correspondence, The Metropolitan Opera (New York, New York), circa 1992-2014
183 7 Die Soldaten, with correspondence, The Opera House (Boston, Massachusetts), 1982 February 4-1983
157 4 Direct from Paris, Josephine Baker and her Company with Geoffrey Holder, Shubert Theatre (New Haven Connecticut, 1964 March 4-7
157 5 Doctor Doolittle, 1967
157 6 Dougla, circa 1950s-1980s
183 8 The Dream Lives On: A Concert Celebration of Martin Luther King, Jr., Woolsey Hall (New Haven, Connecticut), 1986 January 13
157 7 Drumming Dance and Sounding Strings, Symphony Space (New York, New York), 2007 February 21-24
157 8 "Dynamic Duos," spring gala, The American Cancer Society, The Pierre Hotel (New York, New York), 1994 May 18
157 9 The East Harlem School presents the 2010 Spring Poetry Slam, The Highline Ballroom (New York), 2010 May 4
157 10 The Eighth Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Concert, University of Minnesota Northrop Auditorium, 1989 January 15
157 11 "Eileen Fisher Spring 2003," catalog featuring Carmen de Lavallade, 2003
157 12 The Enchanted Isle of Yew, with correspondence, White Barn Theatre (Westport, Connecticut), 1987 July 12
183 9 The Episcopal Actor's Guild of America Annual Memorial Evensong Service, memorial address by Carmen de Lavallade, The Church of the Transfiguration (New York, New York), 2013 November 10
170 4 "Evening Brilliance: Silver and Smoke," Harper's Bazaar (New York, New York), 1964 October
183 10 Evening Primrose, Gerald W. Lynch Theater (New York, New York), 2010 October 25
157 13 An Evening with Carmen de Lavallade and Geoffrey Holder, White Barn Theatre (Westport, Connecticut), circa 1990s
183 11 An Evening with Carmen de Lavallade, Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art (Winston- Salem, North Carolina), undated [October 15]
157 14 An Evening with Women of Excellence in the Arts, with correspondence, the Riverside Theatre (New York, New York), 2010 March 29
157 15 "Exhibition of Paintings," Trinidad Art Society (Trinidad and Tobago), 1949
157 16 "An Exhibition of Photography and Paintings by Geoffrey L. Holder," White Hall (Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago), undated [December 2-16]
157 17 "An Exhibition of Recent Paintings by Boscoe Holder," Fine Arts (Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago), circa 1970s
157 18 "Fall for Dance Festival," New York City Center (New York), 2007 September 26-October 6
157 19 "Festival del Caribe, Grupo de Geoffrey Holder," Trinidad and Tobago, 1952 August 1
157 20 "Festival of the Arts," Jackson State College (Mississippi), 1966 April 2-6
183 12 "Festival of Two Worlds," Spoleto, Italy, circa 1958-1998
183 13 "Festival of Two Worlds (Festival Die Due Mondi)," book, Spoleto, Italy, 1960
183 14 "Festival of Two Worlds," clippings, Spoleto, Italy, circa 1958 [1]
190 4 "Festival of Two Worlds," clippings, Spoleto, Italy, circa 1958 [2]
170 5 "Festival of Two Worlds," clippings, Spoleto, Italy, circa 1958 [3]
157 21 A Final Tribute of Love for George Rittenburg Patterson, 1996
157 22 Firebird, circa 1982-1985
183 15 "First Caribbean Annual Spring Festival," United Caribbean Youth, Grand Ballroom of the Roosevelt Hotel (New York, New York), 1962 May 26
157 23 Five Ballets of the Five Senses, "National Educational Television presents Lincoln Center/Stage 5," 1967
183 16 "Flamekeeper's Awards," Elders Share the Arts (New York, New York), Salmagundi Art Club (New York, New York), 2009 January 1-2013 April 23
158 1 Flyers, general, circa 1980s and undated
176 2 Flyers, general, 1995 October 5 and undated
183 17 Flyers, general, art exhibitions, circa 1960s-2009
183 18 FLY: First Ladies of Dance, The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Terrace Theater (Washington, D.C.), 2010 October 31-November 3
158 2 Freedomways Annual W.E.B. Du Bois Cultural Evening Honoring the Memory of Nobel Laureate Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Carnegie Hall (New York, New York), 1972 January 30
184 1 From the Horse's Mouth, "Harkness Dance Festival" (New York, New York), circa 2009 February 26-28
158 3 "Geoffrey Holder: A Life in Art, Theater, and Dance," exhibition, 2007 November 18-2008 February 3
191 3 "Geoffrey Holder," Boston Sunday Globe (Massachusetts), 1969 March 23
170 6 "Geoffrey Holder Kicks Off 2004-2005 Critics' Lecture Series," and "Mireille Chancy Gonzalez's Reception for Geoffrey Holder," The Patricia and Phillip Frost Art Museum (Florida International University, Miami) newsletter, volume 13, edition 2-3, 2004-2005
158 4 Geoffrey Holder: A Life in Theater, Dance, and Art by Jennifer Dunning, 2002 January-May
173 7 "Geoffrey Holder: Painter," undated
158 5 "Geoffrey Holder: Painter," North Carolina Central University (Durham), circa 1986 February 7-March 28
190 5 "Geoffrey Holder: The Painter," University at Albany State University of New York, 1995 March-May 21
158 6 "Geoffrey Holder: The Painter," Westchester Community College (Valhalla, New York), 1995 September 17
OP2 "Geoffrey Holder Plays God," 1981 [artist: D. Levine]
170 7 "Geoffrey Holder's Caribbean Calypso Festival," circa 1956
158 7 Geoffrey Holder's Music, WOR Radio (New York, New York), circa 1969-1972
184 2 "Geoffrey Holder: What More Can He Do?," Everybody's Magazine (New York, New York), 1977 June
184 3 "Geoffrey Holder: The Wizard of the Arts," Class Magazine (New York, New York), 1984 March
158 8 Ghost of a Chance, 1987
158 9 Gli affreschi del pintoricchio nel duomo di Spoleto, Italy, 1953-1954
184 4 "God Bless America," Marc Klionsky exhibition postcard featuring Geoffrey Holder, 1991 December-1992 March
158 10 The Golden Book of Ruth St. Denis and Ted Shawn, 1964
158 11 "Gourmet Gala to the Benefit of March of Dimes," Waldorf Astoria (New York), 31 October
184 5 Greeting cards, general, "25 years of dance support," Philip Morris Companies (New York, New York), undated
184 6 Hang on to Me, The Guthrie Theater (Minneapolis, Minnesota), 1984 May-June
184 7 Happy End and Terry by Terry, American Repertory Theatre (New York, New York), 1980 Terry by Terry, American Repertory Theatre (New York, New York), 1980
184 8 "The Harkness Entertainment Center at the Harkness Theatre," undated
173 8 Hasard ou Consequence, with Aux Films de Temps (Paris, France), envelope and bag, circa 1999
OP3 Hasard ou Consequence, Geoffrey Holder's Arts '84 Workshop, and Live and Let Die, oversized posters, circa 1973-1998
158 12 "Honors Celebration," honoring Carmen de Lavallade, Dance USA (New York, New York), United States Botanical Garden (Washington, D.C.), 2010 June 18
184 9 Hot Spot, Majestic Theatre (New York, New York), 1963 April 19
158 13 The House of Bernardo Alba by Federico Garcia Lorca, The Pearl Theatre Company, New York, New York, undated
158 14 House of Flowers, Alvin Theatre (New York, New York), circa 1955 [1]
171 1 House of Flowers, Alvin Theatre (New York, New York), circa 1955 [2]
158 15 House of Flowers, Alvin Theatre (New York, New York), circa 1955 January 3
158 16 House of Flowers, Valley Forge Music Fair (Devon, Pennsylvania), circa 1990s
159 1 House of Flowers, Westbury Music Fair (New York), 1989-1990
184 10 House of Pierrot, Hunter Playhouse (New York, New York), undated [January 19-20]
159 2 I Got a Song, Studio Arena Theatre (Buffalo, New York), 1974 September 26-October 30
159 3 The Importance of Being Earnest, undated
159 4 Inaugural Program by Paul Shyre, property of National Repertory Theatre Foundation, Ford's Theatre (Washington, DC), 1968 January 30
159 5 The Incense, 1997 June 21
159 6 Instant Theatre, circa 1969-1994 [1]
159 7 Instant Theatre, circa 1969-1994 [2]
159 8 "In the Kitchen with Geoffrey Holder," Daily News Magazine (New York, New York), 1989 January 29
159 9 "Irresistible Attractions: America's Famous Couples Sharing, Caring, Loving," Harper's Bazaar (New York, New York), 1982 December
159 10 "The Israel Festival," 1968 July 30-August 31
159 11 "Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival (Beckett, Massachusetts)," 1953-1967 [1]
159 12 "Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival (Beckett, Massachusetts)," 1953-1967 [2]
160 1 "Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival (Beckett, Massachusetts)," 1972-2012 [1]
160 2 "Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival (Beckett, Massachusetts)," 1972-2012 [2]
160 3 "Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival (Beckett, Massachusetts)," 1972-2012 [3]
160 4 "James Van Der Zee Awards," Brandywine Workshop (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), 1992 May 20
160 5 "John Butler: An American Master, 1918-1993," with administrative papers, John Butler Foundation, Incorporated (New York, New York), circa 1993-2009
184 11 "Josephine Baker on Film," Museum of the Moving Image (Astoria, New York), 2006 February 17-26
184 12 "The Kennedy Center Honors," The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts (Washington, D.C.), circa 1986-1996
160 6 "The Kennedy Center Honors," The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts (Washington, D.C.), circa 1988-1996
184 13 "The Kennedy Center Honors," The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts (Washington, D.C.), circa 1989
160 7 Kewulay Kamara, African Film Festival (New York, New York), 2016 May 1-30

Note: "Geoffrey Holder designed the story book for the film."

160 8 Krakatoa, East of Java in Cinerama, circa 1968
160 9 La Perichole, Metropolitan Opera House (New York, New York), 1957 January 24
171 2 "L'aria del Metropolitan Nelle Strade di Spoleto," L'Illustrazione Italiana, 1958 Giugno [June]
184 14 "League of Professional Theatre Women presents Carmen de Lavallade interviewed by Deborah Jowitt," New York Public Library (New York), 2016 June 27
184 15 "The Legacy: An Individual Voice," Carmelita Maracci panel discussion with Carmen de Lavallade, 2017 May 22
160 10 "The Lehman Awards," The Alex Theatre (Glendale, California), circa 1998-1999 October 10
160 11 Lena: The Legacy, A Four-Generation All-Star Salute to Lena Horne, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, Avery Fisher Hall (New York, New York), 1999 October 18
184 16 "Lifeforce in Later Years (LILY) Legacies Award," Geoffrey Holder, The Interchurch Center (New York, New York), 2014 April 9
160 12 Live Free and Dance, Ninth Annual Dance Parade, New York, New York, 2015 May 16
171 3 "Lonely Tony Perkins," Look Magazine (New York, New York), 1958 June 24
184 17 Lone Star, with correspondence, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, Alice Tully Hall (New York, New York), 1996 June 10
160 13 Lucia di Lammermoor, Metropolitan Opera Guild Benefit and performance, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts (New York, New York), 1992 November 19
160 14 Lulu, American Repertory Theatre (Cambridge, Massachusetts), circa 1980-1981
160 15 Magazines, general, 1960-1979
171 4 Magazines, general, 1971-2004
161 1 Magazines, general, 1990-1998
161 2 Magazines, general, 1999
171 5 Magazines, general, Dance Ink (New York, New York), 1995-1997
171 6 Magazines, general, Ebony (Chicago, Illinois), 1958 February-1975 October
171 7 Magazines, general, Ebony (Chicago, Illinois), 1975 October-1981 August
172 1 Magazines, general, The New York Times Magazine (New York), 1976 December 5
161 3 "The Magnificent Black," undated
161 4 Mammy Pleasant by Helen Holdridge, book cover, circa 1953
184 18 "A Man for All Seasons: Meet Geoffrey Holder, the Uncola Man," Philip Morris Magazine (New York, New York), 1985
184 19 Man of Many Muses, Shaw University (Raleigh, North Carolina), 1966 April 24
172 2 "Martha Graham: An American Original" by Geoffrey Holder, Show: The Magazine of the Arts (New York, New York), 1963 November
161 5 "Masters of African American Choreography," The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts (Washington, D.C.), 2005
161 6 "The Mayor's Liberty Awards," Battery Park (New York, New York), 1986 July 1
161 7 A Memoir in Movement and An Artful Evening at CAAM [California African American Museum, Los Angeles], 2013 October 12-2014 May 5 [1] An Artful Evening at CAAM [California African American Museum, Los Angeles], 2013 October 12-2014 May 5 [1]
184 20 A Memoir in Movement and An Artful Evening at CAAM (California African American Museum, Los Angeles), 2013 October 12-2014 May 5 [2] An Artful Evening at CAAM (California African American Museum, Los Angeles), 2013 October 12-2014 May 5 [2]
161 8 A Midsummer's Night Dream, circa 1975-1980
184 21 "Moneta Sleet, Jr.: Pulitzer Prize Photojournalist," The Chicago Public Library Cultural Center (Illinois), 1987 April
184 22 Music for Haiti, The Colony Club (New York, New York), undated
161 9 "Music has Power Awards," Feinstein's at Loew's Regency, The Nightclub of New York (New York), 2009 September 9
161 10 "National Icons of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago Award Ceremony," 2013
161 11 Newsletters and journals, general, circa 1965-2010 [1]
185 1 Newsletters and journals, general, circa 1965-2010 [2]
161 12 "New Work by Geoffrey Holder" and " Recent Paintings by Geoffrey Holder," Barone Gallery (New York, New York), 1955 February 26-1960 January 30
185 2 "New Yorker for New York Awards," Citizens for NYC, 2005 February 14
172 3 "New York's 'Craziest' Family," Sepia (Fort Worth, Texas), 1960 July
161 13 "New York Shakespeare Festival," Delacorte Theater, Central Park (New York), 1968-1981
185 3 Nine O'clock Crisis Concerts presents A Divertissement of Dancers, undated
185 4 Noah's Flood, Pepsi Company Incorporated Summerfare (New York, New York), 1981
185 5 "November Exhibition," Trinidad Art Society, Royal Victoria Institute (Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago), 1953 November 18
161 14 The Odyssey of Anna and Her Red Pumps, circa 1989-1993
161 15 "One Hundred and Second Commencement," Adelphi University (Garden City, New York), 1998 May 17
161 16 One Night Only!, The Professional Children's School (New York, New York) 60th anniversary, undated
185 6 "Paintings and drawings by Geoffrey Holder," The Randolph Gallery (Houston, Texas), 1965 October 17- November 9
175 1 "Paintings by Geoffrey Holder," Barone Gallery (New York, New York), circa 1956 January 10-February 9
185 7 "Paintings: Geoffrey Holder," The National Arts Club (New York, New York), 1993 April 26-May 9
191 4 "Pants: The New Fashion for Pacesetters," McCalls Magazine (New York, New York), 1968 October
162 1 "Paradise: A Celebration of Excellence," The Fashion Institute of Technology, Haft Auditorium (New York, New York), 2004 February 6
185 8 A Perfect Ganesh, Manhattan Theatre Club (New York), 1993 June 4-September 19
185 9 Porgy & Bess, with contact sheets, 1990 December-1992 March
162 2 A Portrait of Billie, circa 1974-1979
185 10 "Portrait of the Artist as a Young Dancer," by Jacques Sigurd, Saturday Review (New York, New York), 1968 September 14
185 11 Postcards, general, undated [1]
185 12 Postcards, general, undated [2]
162 3 Postcards, general and Katherine Dunham signed envelope, undated
162 4 Postcards, general, art exhibitions, circa 1977-2010 [1]
162 5 Postcards, general, art exhibitions, circa 1977-2010 [2]
162 6 Postcards, general, Boscoe Holder, circa 1972-1974
OP4 Posters, general, circa 1977-1991
185 13 Press books, circa 1968-1969
185 14 Press packet, One Hand Don't Clap, 1991
162 7 "Private Preview, Paintings and Drawings," Geoffrey Holder, Sindin Galleries (New York, New York), 1980 December 17
162 8 The Prodigal Prince, Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater (New York, New York), 1970-2000 [1]
162 9 The Prodigal Prince, Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater (New York, New York), 1970-2000 [2]
162 10 Programs, general, circa 1955-2013 [1]
162 11 Programs, general, circa 1955-2013 [2]
162 12 Programs, general, circa 1955-2013 [3]
162 13 Programs, general, circa 1955-2013 [4]
162 14 Programs, general, circa 1955-2013 [5]
185 15 Programs, general, circa 1955-2013 [6]
185 16 Programs, general, circa 1955-2013 [7]
185 17 Programs, general, art exhibition, circa 1976-2002
186 1 Programs, general, awards, benefits, and galas, circa 1978-1991
186 2 Programs, general, funeral, circa 1986-2011
186 3 Promises to Keep, The Joyce Theater (New York, New York), 1993 June 9-18
186 4 "Queen of Ballet: Janet Collins is the first of her race to dance at the Metropolitan Opera" by Milton Lomask, Catholic Digest (New York, New York), 1952 April
186 5 The Queens Royal College Chronicle (Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago), Volume 23, Number 10, 1947
186 6 "Recent Paintings by Geoffrey Holder," circa 1958 May 4-1964 April 17
186 7 "Recent Paintings by Geoffrey Holder," Far Gallery and Griffin Gallery (New York, New York), 1968 October 1-12 and undated
175 2 "Recent Paintings by Geoffrey Holder," Far Gallery (New York, New York), 1968 October 1-12
186 8 Reggae: A Musical Revolution, Biltmore Theatre (New York, New York), circa 1980s
186 9 Remembering, Honoring, Celebrating, International Association of Blacks in Dance, Dallas, Texas, 2000 January 27-30
186 10 "Renaissance Man," by Joseph H. Mazon, Horizon: The Magazine of the Arts, 1984 June
163 1 Re-opening performance at Ford's Theatre (Washington, D.C.), with correspondence, 1968 January 30
186 11 The River Crosses Rivers: A Festival of Short Plays by Women of Color, Castillo Theatre, New York, New York, 2009 October 8-November 1
163 2 Rodgers and Ella with Hart, American Ballroom Theater, Joyce Theater (New York, New York), 1995 June 6-18
163 3 Romulus Hunt, John Jay Theatre (New York, New York), 1993 February 25-March 7
186 12 Rusalka, The Metropolitan Opera (New York, New York), 1993 November 26-2014
186 13 Salome, Stamford Center for the Arts (Connecticut), 1993-1994
163 4 "Seagram's Gin Presents a Celebration of the African-American Family as Expressed by Geoffrey Holder," circa 1993
163 5 Selected Shorts: All Write!, Symphony Space (New York, New York), 2006 May 25
186 14 Sensemaya, Dance Theatre of Harlem, New York City Center (New York), circa 1979 February
186 15 Seven Deadly Sins, American Repertory Theatre (New York, New York), 1980-1981
163 6 "Seventy-fifth Annual Commencement," with correspondence, North Carolina Central University (Durham), 1986 May 10

One program signed by Desmond Tutu. Includes correspondence about the sale of the painting "Touch of Pink."

186 16 Sherman S. Krellberg presents Josephine Baker and her Company, with Carmen de Lavallade and Geoffrey Holder, Henry Miller's Theatre (New York, New York), undated
163 7 Show Boat, Jones Beach Marine Theatre (Wantagh, New York), circa 1957
163 8 Sole of shoe, Louise Holder, undated

Note: "Geoffrey Holder used the sole to order Mrs. Holder's shoes in the United States. Holder would bring back clothing to Trinidad regularly and this made it easier to determine shoe sizes."

163 9 Songs and Dances, Lisner Auditorium (Washington, D.C), 1959 November 2
172 4 Sophisticated Ladies, TV Asahi 25th Anniversary Suntory Broadway Musical, Japan, circa 1980s
163 10 Soul Possessed, The Alliance Theatre Company (Atlanta, Georgia), 2000 August 24-September 24
186 17 Special Friends, Ristorante Eleonora (New York, New York), undated
186 18 "Spirit in the Flesh," undated
175 3 "Spirits: The Collection of Geoffrey Holder and Carmen de Lavallade," circa 1990s
163 11 "Spirits, The Collection of Geoffrey Holder and Carmen de Lavallade," Boise Art Museum (Idaho), 1992 November 13
163 12 "Spirits: The Collection of Geoffrey Holder and Carmen de Lavallade," Harn Museum of Art (Gainesville, Florida) and Katonah Museum of Art (New Jersey), circa 1991 February 24-1992 May 14
163 13 Staatsoper, 1981 June 21-28
163 14 Stationary, general, undated
163 15 A Streetcar Named Desire, The Broadhurst Theatre (New York, New York), 2012 April
172 5 A Streetcar Named Desire, The Broadhurst Theatre (New York, New York), 2012 April 22
186 19 A Streetcar Named Desire, The Broadhurst Theatre (New York, New York), with correspondence, circa 2012
163 16 "Strength," by Susan Fales-Hill, Town and Country Magazine (New York, New York), 2016 March
163 17 "The Studio Museum in Harlem 17th Anniversary Celebration," Grand Hyatt (New York), 1985 April 23
163 18 Swashbuckler, 1976
186 20 Tartuffe, The Hartman Theatre Company (Stamford, Connecticut), 1977 January 19-February 6
163 19 Tea and Sympathy, Ethel Barrymore Theatre (New York, New York), circa 1954 July 28

Inscribed: "where I first saw Carmen July 28, 1954"

163 20 The Temptation of St. Anthony, Brooklyn Academy of Music (New York, New York), 2004
191 5 "Ten of America's Most Exciting Black Couples," Ebony Magazine (Chicago, Illinois), 1979 November
186 21 "Thirty Years of the White Barn Theatre (Westport, Connecticut)," circa 1978
172 6 "This is Hollywood: Carmen de Lavallade is Lester Horton Studio's Top Dance Student," Colorfornia: The California Magazine (San Francisco), 1953 April
187 1 This Week in Miami Beach (Florida), Volume 3, Number 27, 1957 May 25
175 4 Timbuktu!, 1979
164 1 Timbuktu!, clippings, 1977-1980 [1]
164 2 Timbuktu!, clippings, 1977-1980 [2]
164 3 Timbuktu!, clippings, 1977-1980 [3]
164 4 Timbuktu!, clippings, 1977-1980 [4]
164 5 Timbuktu!, clippings, 1977-1980 [5]
164 6 Timbuktu! Times, 1978
164 7 Timbuktu!, with correspondence, 1978
187 2 "Torchbearers for Black Theatre Ceremony and Celebration," with Carmen de Lavallade speech, 2016
187 3 "Touched by the Muses: The Artistic World of Geoffrey Holder," Mexican Cultural Institute (Washington, D.C.), 1998 October 29-December 30
187 4 The Trial of Standing Bear, circa 1989
187 5 A Tribute to Josephine Baker, The Symphony Space (New York, New York), 1980 June 16
187 6 "The Twelfth Annual Haitian Art Show and Sale," The Convent of the Sacred Heart (New York, New York), 1993 March 28
187 7 Twelfth Night, The Metropolitan Boston Arts Center (Massachusetts), 1959
165 1 "Twenty-Fourth Annual Television Academy Awards" and "The City of New York Salutes The New York Chapter," The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, 1972 February 11- May 14
165 2 "Twenty-Ninth and Thirty-Second Annual Antoinette [Tony] Perry Awards," The Grand Ballroom at the Waldorf Astoria (New York), 1975-1978
165 3 Two for Tonight, White Barn Theatre (Westport, Connecticut), 1998 July 31-August 1 [1]
175 5 Two for Tonight, White Barn Theatre (Westport, Connecticut), 1998 July 31-August 1 [2]
187 8 Unidentified painting and "The Wedding," Hilton Trinidad (Trinidad and Tobago), circa 1962
172 7 University of California, San Diego, The Committee for Arts and Lectures presents Carmen de Lavallade Dance Company, Sherwood Hall, La Jolla, 1967 January 17
187 9 The University of North Carolina at Greensboro Lecture-Entertainment Series presents The Glen Tetley Dance Company, Aycock Auditorium, 1967 February 16
165 4 "University of Trinidad and Tobago hosts Honorary Graduand Geoffrey Holder," 101 Art Gallery (Port-of-Spain, Trinidad and Tobago), 2005 November 8-17
175 6 Untitled advertisements, Carmen de Lavallade and Geoffrey Holder, circa 1967-1990s
191 6 Untitled advertisements, Geoffrey Holder, circa 1950s-1985
187 10 Untitled advertisements, Geoffrey Holder, circa 1979-1994
187 11 Untitled commencement address, Geoffrey Holder, Savannah College of Art and Design (Georgia), 1987
165 5 Untitled cultural exchange program, circa 1964
177 3 Untitled drinking glass, Seven-Up Company, undated
187 12 Untitled exhibition labels, Geoffrey Holder, undated
187 13 Untitled flag, Queen's Royal College (Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago), undated
187 14 Untitled flyers, Carmen de Lavallade and Geoffrey Holder, circa 1950s-2000s
190 6 Untitled flyers, Carmen de Lavallade and Geoffrey Holder, circa 1956-1957
187 15 Untitled guest book, Carmen de Lavallade 80th birthday party, 2011
187 16 Untitled house seat orders and tickets, Carmen de Lavallade and Geoffrey Holder, undated
187 17 Untitled lectures, Geoffrey Holder, circa 1971-1972
165 6 Untitled lecture, The Emelin Theatre (New York, New York), 1998-1999
165 7 Untitled lecture tour, Program Corporation of America (White Plains, New York), circa 1981-1982
165 8 Untitled one-man shows, Geoffrey Holder, circa 1950s-1984
187 18 Untitled, original print of a hammer, undated
187 19 Untitled postcards, Carmen de Lavallade and Geoffrey Holder, undated
175 7 Untitled poster, Carmen de Lavallade 80th birthday, 2011
187 20 Untitled press packet, Carmen de Lavallade and a Company of Dancers and Musicians, for the Office of Cultural Presentations, 1963 October 7
187 21 Untitled, program notes for Carmen de Lavallade, undated
165 9 Untitled "solo act," Geoffrey Holder, Village Gate (New York, New York), circa 1959 September 17
188 1 Untitled stationary, Geoffrey Holder, undated
188 2 Untitled wedding invitations and memorabilia, Carmen de Lavallade and Geoffrey Holder, Westport, Connecticut, circa 1955
188 3 Untitled world premiere, Carmen de Lavallade, San Francisco Ballet (California), 1975-1976
188 4 Untitled world premiere, Geoffrey Holder, The Boston Ballet (Massachusetts), Orpheum Theatre (Boston, Massachusetts), 1969
165 10 Various titles, Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre, circa 1968-2006 [1]
188 5 Various titles, Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, circa 1968-2006 [2]
188 6 Various titles, Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, circa 1968-2006 [3]
188 7 Various titles, awards and galas, circa 1999-2016
188 8 Various titles, Ballet Tap, 1984 July 14-October 13
188 9 Various titles, Black Fashion Museum and Harlem Institute of Fashion, (New York, New York), with correspondence, circa 1981-2010
165 11 Various titles, Boscoe Holder and his Caribbean Dancers, circa 1940s
165 12 Various titles, Carmen de Lavallade and Company, 1962-1968 [1]

Includes "Carmen de Lavallade American Theater of Dance," "Carmen de Lavallade and the Capital Ballet Company," and "Carmen de Lavallade and her Theatre of the Dance."

165 13 Various titles, Carmen de Lavallade and Company, 1962-1968 [2]
176 3 Various titles, Carmen de Lavallade and Geoffrey Holder, flyers and posters, circa 1953-1998
188 10 Various titles, Carmen de Lavallade and Geoffrey Holder, The White House (Washington, D.C.), 1968 May 15
188 11 Various titles, Complexions Contemporary Ballet (New York, New York), circa 1995-2013 [1]
188 12 Various titles, Complexions Contemporary Ballet (New York, New York), circa 1995-2013 [2]
166 1 Various titles, Complexions Contemporary Ballet (New York, New York), circa 2001 October
166 2 Various titles, Dance Theatre of Harlem (New York), circa 1981-2002 [1]
166 3 Various titles, Dance Theatre of Harlem (New York), circa 1981-2002 [2]
166 4 Various titles, Geoffrey Holder and Company, circa 1953-1964 [1]
166 5 Various titles, Geoffrey Holder and Company, circa 1953-1964 [2]
166 6 Various titles, Geoffrey Holder and Company, circa 1953-1964 [3]
166 7 Various titles, The Holder Brothers Ballet Company, circa 1940-1952
166 8 Various titles, Hue Magazine (Chicago, Illinois and Los Angeles, California),1954 June 30-1957 April
188 13 Various titles, Janet Collins, circa 1955-2003
166 9 Various titles, Jet Magazine (Chicago, Illinois), 1953-1995
188 14 Various titles, Lester Horton Dance Theatre, circa 1950s
188 15 Various titles, Paradigm, circa 2002-2010
188 16 Various titles, Yale Repertory Theatre (New Haven, Connecticut), 1970-1975
188 17 Various titles, Yale Repertory Theatre (New Haven Connecticut), circa 1972-2004
188 18 Various titles, Yale Repertory Theatre (New Haven, Connecticut), 1975-1977
188 19 Various titles, Yale School of Drama (New Haven, Connecticut), 1973-2014
188 20 Various titles, Yale/Theatre (New Haven, Connecticut), 1971
188 21 Various titles, Yale/Theatre (New Haven, Connecticut), 1973 [1]
188 22 Various titles, Yale/Theatre (New Haven, Connecticut), 1973 [2]
188 23 Various titles, Yale/Theatre (New Haven, Connecticut), 1974-1975
166 10 "The Visionary Leadership Awards Gala," The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Terrace Theater (Washington, D.C.), 2003 October 17
166 11 Waiting for Godot, Shubert Theatre (Boston, Massachusetts), circa 1957 January 7
166 12 "West Indies Festival of Arts Exhibition of Arts and Crafts," The Government Training College (Port-of-Spain, Trinidad), 1958 April 24-May 10
166 13 "What now, Geoffrey Holder," After Dark: Magazine of Entertainment (New York, New York), 1970 January
167 1 "The White Barn Performing Arts Center and Nature Preserve: A Vision for the Future of Our Community," with correspondence from Waldo Mayo, circa 2016
188 24 Windows, The Workshop Theater (New York, New York), 2006 October 18
188 25 Wintertime, Second Stage Theatre (New York, New York), The McCarther Theatre Center (Princeton, New Jersey), 2004 February
167 2 The Wiz, circa 1974-2014 [1]
167 3 The Wiz, circa 1974-2014 [2]
167 4 The Wiz, circa 1974-2014 [3]
167 5 The Wiz, circa 1974-2014 [4]
167 6 The Wiz, clippings, circa 1978-1987 [1]
188 26 The Wiz, clippings, circa 1975-1987 [2]

Includes correspondence.

188 27 The Wiz, clippings, circa 1975-1987 [3]

Includes correspondence.

188 28 The Wiz, clippings, circa 1975-1987 [4]

Includes correspondence.

188 29 The Wiz, clippings, circa 1975-1987 [5]
172 8 The Wiz, Suntory Broadway Musical Official Souvenir Book, Japan, circa 1980s
189 1 The Wiz, Suntory Broadway Musical (Japan) t-shirts, circa 1980s [1]
189 2 The Wiz, Suntory Broadway Musical (Japan) t-shirts, circa 1980s [2]
189 3 The Wiz, Suntory Broadway Musical (Japan) t-shirts, circa 1980s [3]
167 7 "Women of Strength and Courage," honors, American Legacy Magazine (New York, New York), volume II, number I, 2005
188 30 "Women's Campaign for UJA-Federation Thirty-Second Annual Art Auction," Sotheby's (New York, New York), 1985 June 18
167 8 Yale Drama Alumni, newsletters, 1972-1974
167 9 Yearbook, Dutch Treat Club, 2004
175 8 Young Men and Young Women's Hebrew Association presents Geoffrey Holder and Carmen de Lavallade, Kaufman Concert Hall (New York, New York), 1957
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