Frick Collection and Frick Art Reference Library
5 painters & a sculptor (Fumio Yoshimura) Apr. 27-May 25, 2002 -- G. Jesse Sadia, restructuring, Mar. 20-May 28, 2002 -- Into the abyss (Spring 2003) / edited by Adam Putnam ; includes work of Lorenzo de Los Angeles III, Ian Raphael Titus
Frick Collection and Frick Art Reference Library
Announcements and invitations related to exhibitions of the works of Fernand Léger: Galerie Louis Carré, Paris, June 11-July 11, 1948, Jan. 16-Feb. 28, 1953, May 29-June 27, 1953; Perls Galleries, New York, Nov. 10-Dec. 20, 1958; Berggruen, Paris, Dec. 9-24, 1960; Galerie Krugier, Geneva, Dec. 16, 1965-Jan. 22, 1966; Musée Cantini, Marseilles, 1966; Nouveau musée, Le Havre, Oct. 12-Dec. 2, 1968
History Colorado
Biographical data; diplomas; certificates and awards; pilot logbooks; campaign material; announcements; programs; pamphlets; yearbooks; and other papers. Includes information relating to Swigert's Apollo 13 space mission
History Colorado
Contains three scrapbooks, 1906-1929 ; 1929-1938 ; 1939-1969 containing wedding announcements, invitations, clippings, etc. of brides who've worn an heirloom pin of Mrs. Newman's
History Colorado
Contains samples of printing done at the Gunnison News Champion
Getty Research Institute
This collection documents John Held, Jr.'s extensive collection of mail art and related documents accumulated from over 50 countries between 1967 and 2005. It comprises exhibition catalogs, invitations, posters, mail art pieces, and other material. Held's inventory, bibliographies, and monographs are also included
Getty Research Institute
The collection is comprised of seven announcements and invitations for exhibitions at the Gagosian Gallery in Los Angeles and New York. Five of the seven announcements are for solo exhibitions of James Brown, Steve Keister, Robert Mapplethorpe, and Richard Serra. The remaining materials relate to the group exhibitions Sculpture (December 10 to January 25, New York) and 60s color (April 16 to May 11, Los Angeles)
History Colorado
The collection contains correspondence, announcements, programs, reports, pamphlets, periodicals, and newspaper clippings
Getty Research Institute
The press clippings reflect the publicity and coverage the J. Paul Getty Museum, J. Paul Getty Trust, and its programs received in various news and media outlets, 1954-2009. The collection includes original, photocopied, microfilmed, and microfiche press clippings from news outlets primarily in the United States, but also from the United Kingdom, France, Germany, and other countries. The press clippings dating from 1954 to 1984 were most likely collected from various news sources by early museum staff and later by museum director Stephen Garrett. The press clippings dating from 1984-2009 were collected primarily by what is now the Trust Communications Department, and to a lesser extent the Getty Conservation Institute