Getty Research Institute
The archive documents Schneemann's performances, happenings, film and book production, and exhibitions from 1959-1994. It includes original materials relating to performances and publication projects in the form of notes, drawings, performance scripts and mss.; correspondence with visual, literary and performing artists, art critics, and other individuals prominent in the international avant-garde; printed ephemera, artists' books, and Fluxus objects by Schneemann and others; lecture notes and other materials pertaining to Schneemann as teacher and lecturer; research files on performance and feminist topics; mss. by others about Schneemann's work; and photograph albums which provide visual documentation of much of her performance work
Getty Research Institute
Collection includes a comprehensive sampling of mail art sent to Lon Spiegelman in Los Angeles. In addition are: correspondence files, over 500 sheets of artists' postage stamps, over 1000 mail art catalogs and posters, over 1000 mail art periodicals, and over 400 artists' books. In addition are audio tape interviews, videos, and mail art recordings. Participants include well known artists such as Ray Johnson, Dieter Roth, and Nam June Paik
Minnesota Historical Society
Correspondence, campaign materials, delegate lists, resolutions, and other papers of Aufderheide, a New Ulm (Brown County) native who served as secretary to Minnesota governors Floyd B. Olson (1930-1936) and Hjalmar Petersen (1936-1937), and later as state relief administrator. The papers concentrate on patronage, especially in the Minnesota Highway Department, during the administrations of Olson and Elmer A. Benson, and show relationships between the Farmer-Labor Party, members of the Farm Holiday Movement, and other groups. There is also information on the 1938 election; the 1940 presidential campaign, particularly the Independent-Roosevelt-Wallace Committee; the 1940 Petersen gubernatorial campaign; and agitation for a dam and flood control facilities on the Cottonwood River. Correspondents include Joseph A. Poirier, Susie W. Stageberg, Irwin C. Strout, Howard Y. Williams, Irene Welby, and Ray Johnson
Getty Research Institute
The Lawrence Alloway papers span the critic's entire career, including his earliest reviews, notes, and writings in 1940s England. In Series I his assiduous correspondence with Sylvia Sleigh from the early 1950s portrays the workings of his mind and the development of his ideas in the period just before his relocation to America. It also shows his impetuous personality and devotion to the person who remained his closest companion for the rest of his life. Other correspondence is relatively scant, though there are a number of letters from the artist Ray Johnson, and a photocopied set of correspondence between Alloway and Jean Dubuffet
Getty Research Institute
An ensemble of original works and printed matter documenting Brown's intent to build a useable study collection of avant-garde materials, dating from 1916-1995 (bulk 1960-1985). In-depth holdings by artists participating in Fluxus, happenings, concrete, sound and visual poetry, mail art, copy art, rubber stamp printing, new music, and video and performance art underscore her range of interests. The collection's broad scope presents a comprehensive account of alternative movements, distribution networks and exhibition venues of the 1960s and 1970s
Marquette Regional History Center
University of Idaho
Letter from Collier H. Buffington (Kellogg, Idaho) to Ray Johnson (Moscow, Idaho), soliciting support of University of Idaho alumni for the 1914 campaign of Robert O. Jones (University of Idaho class of 1909) for the Republican congressional nomination


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