University of Washington
Correspondence from Northwest School artist Morris Graves to Denise Farwell and others.
University of California, San Diego
Correspondence, manuscripts, conceptual and mail art work, and ephemera documenting Ken Friedman's affiliation with Fluxus art movement spearheaded by George Maciunas. The collection includes examples of Friedman's Fluxus offset press, art work of other Fluxus artists, publications by Aktual, and examples of work by the Cleveland poet d.a. levy. Significant correspondents include George Brecht, John Cage, Dick Higgins, Ray Johnson, Milan Knizak, d.a. levy, George Maciunas, Jerry Rubin, and Paul Sharits. The collection is arranged in five series: 1) CORRESPONDENCE, 2) WRITINGS, 3) COLLABORATIONS, 4) FLUXUS, and 5) D.A. LEVY.
Library of Congress - Research and Reference Services
Roy Harris was an American composer. The collection contains materials that document his life and career, including manuscript scores, published and unpublished writings, correspondence, business papers, financial and legal documents, programs, publicity files, photographs, scrapbooks, work files, posters, clippings, and biographical materials.
Library of Congress - Research and Reference Services
Sidney Robertson Cowell (1903-1995) was a folksong and ethnic music collector and recordist, ethnographer, ethnomusicologist, teacher, writer, and wife of composer Henry Cowell. The collection consists of her personal papers which document all aspects of her life and work. The collection includes correspondence relating to personal and professional matters; fieldwork reports, fieldnotes, song lists and other materials from her field recording projects and trips; articles, essays, reviews, and papers written by Sidney Robertson Cowell; articles and narratives by and about Henry Cowell; autobiographical narratives and essays, clippings, family histories and other materials relating to her professional career and personal life; photographs; teaching materials; and song sheets and song books. In addition, the collection contains photocopies of a selection of Henry Cowell holographs, several annotated by Sidney Robertson Cowell, and a selection of folk songs with piano settings by Henry ... Read More
Getty Research Institute
The Bienal Americana de Arte records provide partial documentation of the planning, realization, and reception of Salons IV and V and Bienals I, II, and III. The Salons are grouped into one series, each Bienal into its own series, and there is a separate series for the Experimental music section of the third Bienal coordinated by Magda Sorenson. All of the series include administrative papers and ephemera. Series III. and IV. have more extensive and varied records, including correspondence, photographs, and slides, which reflect the growing scope and impact of the second and third Bienals. Series V. includes correspondence with and a score by John Cage and audio recordings of works by the following composers: Earle Brown, Alcides Lanza, Nelly Moretto, and Jorge de la Vega in addition to two compilations
Getty Research Institute
The Experiments in Art and Technology (E.A.T.) archive surveys E.A.T. as an organizer, facilitator and fund-raiser of collaborations between artists and engineers, dating from 1966-93 (bulk 1966-73). The material was generated and accumulated by Billy Klüver, President; Julie Martin, Klüver's assistant and second wife; and other E.A.T. staff members. The bulk of the collection consists of project files containing items such as correspondence, proposals and reports, which pertain to approximately 20 large-scale projects and numerous smaller ones
Getty Research Institute
Manuscript score, for twelve radios, twenty-four players and conductor, 4 minutes -- With accompanying letter from Carl Soloway Gallery, February 1978. Score dated 1951, Cage's inscription to Jean Brown dated 1978
Metropolitan Museum of Art - Watson Library
The folder may include clippings, announcements, small exhibition catalogs, and other ephemeral items
University of Michigan - Bentley Historical Library
Photographs (prints and negatives) of student demonstrations at the University of Michigan, draft card burnings and other anti-Vietnam War protests, of the riot at the 1968 Democratic National Convention in Chicago, Illinois, of appearances of John Cage, Lyndon Johnson, Timothy Leary, Eldridge Cleaver, John Sinclair, John Lennon, Stevie Wonder, and Gerald Ford in Ann Arbor, and a meeting of Ku Klux Klan in Dearborn, Michigan

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