State University of New York Albany
The bulk of the records of the Environmental Advocates (EA) of New York document the legislative activities of the organization from the 1980s through the late 1990s. The records consist of correspondence, notes, meeting minutes, reports, memorandums, publications, news clippings, promotional material, as well as the administrative files of Lee Wasserman, Val Washington, and Loretta Simon. The strength of the collection lies in the Legislative Issues series, which documents in detail the organization's position on issues, including acid rain, New York's Bottle Bill, energy, hazardous waste, pesticides, solid waste, and water, among others
Getty Research Institute
Assembled by James Breslin as he researched and wrote Mark Rothko: a biography (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1993), the collection situates the Russian-born American painter and his work within broad artistic and historical contexts with particular emphasis on abstract expressionism and the New York art world from the 1920s through the 1960s. Also included in the collection are research materials regarding Dvinsk, Russia (now Daugavpils, Latvia) and Portland, Oregon, during Rothko's childhood. Among the individuals featured prominently in the collection are artists Robert Motherwell, Barnett Newman, Clyfford Still, Adolph Gottlieb, Milton Avery, and Max Weber, and critics Dore Ashton and Katharine Kuh
Getty Research Institute
Papers of the American architect Philip Johnson document his early and later career. Approximately 160 built and unrealized designs are documented with photographs, and some correspondence and clippings. Johnson's designs for his New Canaan estate, including the Glass House, are especially well represented. Nearly half the collection is comprised of photographs - of Johnson's drawings, his buildings, his friends and colleagues, and Johnson himself. The other half consists of clippings and other printed materials about Johnson and his work, correspondence, legal documents and manuscripts (by Johnson), including a few items related to Johnson's right-wing politics in the 1930s. Videotaped interviews with Johnson, awards, honorary degrees, and gifts received by Johnson are among the collected items -- Although the collection spans nearly a century, there are few items, and no documentation of designs, for the years 1967-1992, the period in which Johnson designed numerous high rise ... Read More
Getty Research Institute
Four-hundred and forty photographs of objects sold by Baumgarten & Company, a late 19th century decorative arts dealer based in New York, with offices in Chicago and Paris. The photographs, taken by August E.J. Patzig (and August L. Patzig?), cover a time period from 1870 through the early 1920s. Most of the platinum, albumen, and silver gelatin prints document significant European and American objects. Many photographs are annotated. There are four main groups of photographs: European tapestries and tapestries manufactured by the Baumgarten atelier (annotated with dimensions and stock numbers); original and reproduction European furniture that passed through Baumgarten & Co.; and period rooms, one group elaborately mounted, which Baumgarten created for its East Coast clientele. While all the photographs have stock numbers written on them, a price sheet which includes stock numbers, titles and national schools accompanies fifty-eight of the one hundred and sixty-three tapestry ... Read More
Getty Research Institute
Interview with Gloria de Herrera was conducted in Paris by her friend the art curator and historian James Byrnes. A transcript of the interview is available in Special Collections accession no. 980024, box 3, folders 1-2
Getty Research Institute
The collection comprises sound and video recordings made during the program Modern Art in Los Angeles: The Sixties, held on December 9-10, 2004 at the Getty Research Institute. The program consisted of two group sessions and a public panel discussion. Participants included: gallerists Irving Blum, Everett Ellin, and Patricia Faure; art patron and Gemini G.E.L. co-founder Stanley Grinstein; curator Henry Hopkins; and Thomas Crow, Andrew Perchuk, and Rani Singh of the Getty Research Institute. The Getty Research Institute (GRI) hosted events and conducted oral histories inspired by the "Modern Art in Los Angeles" theme beginning in 2003. Much of the research and product generated by the GRI's Modern Art in Los Angeles activities has been incorporated into the Getty's larger initiative, "Pacific Standard Time: Art in L.A.," which focused on postwar art (1945-1980) in Los Angeles
Getty Research Institute
The papers document Greenberg's personal and intellectual development from age nineteen until his death. Greenberg's letters to Harold Lazarus, together with the journals, tell of the critic's artistic and literary ambitions, his obsession with Partisan review colleagues, and his friendship with artists such as Pollock, Frankenthaler, and Noland. Manuscripts, seminars, and lectures, unpublished and published, reveal Greenberg's writing process and the evolution of his ideas from the 1920s until his death. Work files include clippings and writings on Jackson Pollock, David Smith, Morris Louis, and Jack Bush. The compilation of clippings spanning several decades portray the shifting public view of Greenberg, while photographs and tapes preserve a visual and audio record of him lecturing and otherwise interacting in the art world. Diaries, journals, and select correspondence sealed
Getty Research Institute
The collection is comprised of handwritten and typewritten drafts, corrected typescripts, layouts and mock-ups for photo-essays in Vogue, The artist in his Studio, and other publications. Also includes correspondence, several audio recordings, computer disks, and other media. Artists that are heavily represented in the collection include George Braque, Marc Chagall, and Jacques Villon
Getty Research Institute
Recordings of Edmund Teske's Los Angeles, a two-part event held on June 23rd and June 25th, 2005 at the Harold M. Williams Auditorium at the Getty Center. Present in Event 1, Edmund Teske's Los Angeles: An Evening of Spoken Word and Conversation, were assemblage artist George Herms, actor Russ Tamblyn, photographer and collector Leland Rice, and Teske heirs Nils Vidstrand and Laurence Bump. Discussion moderated by Julian Cox, Associate Curator of Photographs at the J. Paul Getty Museum. Participants in Event 2, Edmund Teske's Los Angeles: Reflections on Film, included assemblage artist George Herms, actors Russ Tamblyn and John Saxon, and director Terry Sanders. Discussion moderated by Rani Singh, Research Associate at the Getty Research Institute. Items consist of: 2 DV Cams, 2 VHS tapes, 2 Betacams, 1 audiocassette, 1 DAT, 2 DVDs, 1 CD and 1 brochure
Columbia University
Correspondence, manuscripts, notes, printed materials, and tape cassettes assembled by Tom Clark in writing his WRITER: A LIFE OF JACK KEROUAC. There is correspondence from friends and fellow writers of Kerouac, printed materials about Kerouac and The Jack Kerouac Conference, 1982, at the Naropa Institute (Boulder, Colorado), and five drafts of Clark's book manuscript. Among the correspondents are Carolyn Cassady, Robert Creeley, Edward Dorn, and Allen Ginsberg

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