Browse Items (36 total)
- Collection: Stefan Hirsch and Elsa Rogo Collection
Portrait of Stefan Hirsch..
Photograph of an exhibition of Inter-American Art, April 16 to May 4, 1943 at the Orient Gallery at Bard College. Held in conjunction with the Inter-American Student Conference at Bard College April 16 to April 18, 1943. Elsa Rogo is seated, speaking…
Mies Van der Rohe, a prominent modernist architectect, visits Bard's campus. Pictured from left: Stefan Hirsch, Mies Van der Rohe, Dick Lischen. In front of Hoffman Memorial Library, Bard College.
Elsa Rogo climbs an unidentified pre-Columbian structure, in Mexico. The photographer is probably Rogo's husband, Stefan Hirsch.
Photographic postcard featuring (left) Stefan Hirsch, Elsa Rogo, and (right) Frances Toor, and an unidentified friend posing in front of a painted backdrop. Frances Toor was a prominent historian of Latin American culture and folklore, most notable…
Fold-out photograph of Stefan Hirsch and Elsa Rogo. Features the couple posing at the Temple of the Warriors at Chichen Itza, Yucatan, Mexico. Hirsch sits atop the Chak Mol while Elsa poses in the mouth of the Serpent Columns. The site was first…
Photograph of Elsa Rogo and unidentified friend. Elsa holds a bird while the friend holds a small furry animal, possibly a white nosed coati. Probably in a marketplace in Taxco, Mexico.
Photograph of a street vendor, probably in Taxco, Mexico. Pictured are a number of dried herbs, medicinals, and other curiosities on a blanket. The photographer is probably Elsa Rogo.
Photograph of Elsa Rogo wearing folkloric outfit, probably in Taxco, Mexico. Reverse side includes printed number "20" and written number "5/36". The photographer is probably Rogo's husband, Stefan Hirsch. Printed on Velox paper.
View of public water source populated by locals in Taxco, Mexico. Photographic postcard, reverse printed text in various languages (i.e. "Carte Postale", "Cartolina Postale", "Tarjeta Postal"). Lower left: "Taxco, Gro. - 287", identifying the…
View of the Bard Farm taken from the South, September 2012