Monday, March 29, 2010

THE STRUCTURE OF THE INTERNATIONAL NATURIST LIBRARY

PART I Z
(Magazines: "Z" stands for Zeitschriften which is the German word for magazine) 1. German Naturism-magazines
2. Foreign Naturism-magazines
3. International Naturism-magazines and papers
1. Federations
2. Associations
3. Jubilees
4. Guide books
5. Special publications
6. Naturism - Youth
7. Nude magazines
8. Anti-naturism magazines / Journals
9. Abstracts of books and magazines

PART II L (Literature)
1. Naturism - novels - narrations - stories
2. Naturism - subjects of common literature
3. Naturism - problems
4. Naturism - religion - morals
5. Naturism - education
6. Naturism - theses - dissertations
7. Naturism - law
8. Naturism - sports
9. Naturism - dance
10. Naturism - art - photography - nude
11. Naturism - youth papers (also partial/marginal fields, youth movement)
12. Naturism tourism
13. Naturism - movies
14. Naturism - reforms of life (partial fields of naturism) papers of reformers
15. Naturism - reference books - encyclopaedias - lists
16. Historical works / specially abstracts
17. Naturism - sexual problems
17-1) in general
17-2) sexual pedagogy
17-3) marriage
17-4) birth control
17-5) homosexuality
17-6) sexual instruction / books for children and adolescents

PART III R (Realities)
1. Pictures of well-known personalities of naturism
2. Naturism - music and sound
3. Naturism - diapositives
4. Naturism - collection of pictures
5. Naturism - collection of tin-statuettes (Greek mythology)
6. Naturism - collection of stamps with motifs the naked man, the naked woman and the naked child
7. Naturism - videos
7-1) movies
7-2) tourism
7-3) historical movies
7-4) miscellaneous
8. Naturism - private collection of movies
9. Diverse realities as pennants, medals, decorations, badges, towels, T-shirts, passports, plaques, needles, toilet paper, etc.
10. Naturism - collection of postcards and jokes
11. Brochures of exhibitions and posters
12. Single posters
13. Travelling brochures

1 comment:

  1. Dear Angelos Mimikopoulos,

    We have a feature in our September issue looking at the naturist culture in Germany and how it was started. I am looking for images to go with the piece and have found some great pictures in Wir Sind Nackt Und Nennen Uns Du by Andritzky/Rautenberg.

    I was wondering if you knew of any digital online archives that I would be able to search for additional images. The sorts of pictures I am looking for are one that show the photography of the Deutsch Hellas movt, Die Schonheit magazine, historical images of Motzener See, images of the WAndervogel etc.

    If you could email me to let me know I would be very grateful.

    regards

    Samantha Nott
    Picture editor
    BBC History Magazine
    Bristol

    ReplyDelete