Wilfrid Laurier University Library
Wilfrid Laurier University Library
Wilfrid Laurier University Library
Getty Research Institute
Largely personal in nature, the letter concerns Ernst's desire to become a U.S. citizen. Fearing deportation, Ernst believes that he will be deemed ineligible due to his associations with the Dada movement and implores Barr to intervene on his behalf
Smithsonian Institution - Archives of American Art
Correspondence; writings; speeches; scrapbooks; journals; sketchbooks and sketches; notebooks; photographs; financial records; exhibition catalogs; and clippings
Getty Research Institute
A series of letters to the art critic Rene Massat commenting on critical reviews, Bousquet's poetic intentions, publishers of Surrealist texts, and an edition of the writings of Alfred Jarry. Includes a 16 p. account of Bousquet's literary career and affiliation with the Surrealist movement, with detailed reflections on the nature of language and significant reference to Max Ernst, Jean Paulhan, and a surrealist group in Toulouse
Getty Research Institute
The collection is comprised of 27 agendas, and appproximately 300 related items including correspondence, publications, ephemera, an address book, art objects, and photographs (most taken by Man Ray in the 1920s)
Saint Louis Art Museum - Richardson Memorial Library
The library continues to add material to its files, including articles, biographies, bibliographies, photographs, reviews, small catalogs, invitations, and correspondence
Smithsonian Institution - Archives of American Art
Correspondence, ca. 1914-1981, including comments about Richter's films from Alexander Calder, Max Ernst, Man Ray, and others; exhibition catalogs, ca. 1946-1974; index to his films compiled by H.G. Weinberg, 1946 and revision; catalogs for films Dreams Money Can Buy, and 8 X 8; articles by and about Richter and his films; exhibition catalogs of other artists; writings; and newspaper clippings
Columbia University
The collection includes the original manuscript of "Surrender on Demand", Mr. Fry's account of his wartime experiences, which was later rewritten for young readers as "Assignment Rescue" (New York, Four Winds Press, 1968). Among the correspondents represented in the collection are Marc Chagall, Jacques Lipchitz, Roger Baldwin, Norman Thomas, J. Edgar Hoover, and Herman Wouk. In addition to the material relating to the Emergency Relief Committee (later known as the International Rescue Committee), the collection includes correspondence and papers concerning Fry's work as a writer on foreign affairs as well as copies of his books

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