Howard University,-- Moorland-Spingarn Research Center
Diaries, correspondence, programs, invitations, numerous photographs, drafts of an autobiography entitled Tan Experience, artifacts, memorabilia, 27 cassette tapes, and transcripts relating to Reynolds's activities in the United States, Europe, North Africa, and particularly St. Croix, Virgin Islands, where she was manager of the Virgin Islands Employment Service and a psychology instructor at the College of the Virgin Islands -- Correspondents include Ralph Bunche, Langston Hughes, Man Ray, Ernest Schachtel, Kristians Tonny, and Richard Wright
University of Texas at Austin - Harry Ransom Center
Correspondence, manuscripts, notes, journals, diaries, artwork, legal, financial and personal documents, photographs, printed material, and photocopies document the life of Valentine Hugo from 1872-1968. Included in the Works series are a number of drafts of articles and notes relating to friends of Valentine Hugo such as Constantin Brancusi, Paul Éluard, Raymond Radiguet, and Erik Satie. Also present are a number of manuscripts for radio broadcasts written in the 1950s and 1960s about her early artistic career and acquaintances. Correspondence with Valentine's mother Zélie Gross comprises almost two thirds of the Letters series and a substantial portion of the Recipient series. Other notable correspondents in the Recipient series include Marie Laure, Romola Nijinsky, and André de Badet. Most of the materials in the Other Papers series are Valentine's own personal papers, such as her passport and birth certificate, and works or correspondence by other authors. A large part of ... Read More
Frick Collection and Frick Art Reference Library
Assembled artist file includes b & w photographs, reproductions from books and auction catalogs, and in some cases, negatives. Items may include full views, details, before and after restoration views, etc. Documentation may include artist name, title of work, medium, dimensions, provenance, exhibition history, related works, previous attributions, and bibliography
Smithsonian Institution - Archives of American Art
The Frank Perls Gallery records and Frank Perls papers measure 23.8 linear feet and date from 1920-1983, with the bulk dating from 1949-1975 -- Personal papers include writings, military records, appointment calendars, and photographs. Gallery records date from its opening in 1939 until its closure in 1981 and consist of financial, sales, and legal records; exhibition files; exhibition catalogs and announcements; subject files that contain a variety of correspondence with artists, dealers, galleries, museums, and friends and family, as well as reference materials and photographs; and scrapbooks
Smithsonian Institution - Archives of American Art
An audiotape recording (3 cassettes) of "Dada and Surrealism in America: A Symposium in honor of Man Ray," sponsored by the National Museum of American Art, December 3, 1988, in conjunction with the exhibition, "Perpetual Motif: The Art of Man Ray." Also included is a videotape (VHS 118 min.) of the afternoon session of the symposium, a list of speakers and brief summaries of the papers; and printed material concerning the symposium
Smithsonian Institution - Archives of American Art
Biographical material; personal letters and notecards; business correspondence and printed material related to Byrnes' work as director of the Isaac Delgado Museum of Art (now the New Orleans Museum of Art) and the North Carolina Museum of Art; personal and professional photographs; printed material, photographs, and writings by Byrnes concerning Man Ray; and documentation of three art appraisals conducted by Byrnes. There is additional material (1.0 linear ft.) on Byrnes' friend and mentor Wilhelm R. Valentiner, including correspondence, financial records, Valentiner estate papers, and writings by Byrnes including a draft of the manuscript, "Memoir of Valentiner.".
Smithsonian Institution - Archives of American Art
Selected interviews conducted by Arthur S. Alberts for his research project "French Civilization as Reflected in the Arts," and related lectures. Interviewees include Jean Arp (May 8, 1956); Ada Jean (1956); Andre Masson (Feb. 28, 1956); Xavier Sanchez-Canton (Mar. 15, 1956); and Gino Severini (Mar. 1956) and Man Ray (Feb. 22, 1956)
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)
Getty Research Institute
The collection, compiled by the French photograppher and collector Joachim Bonnemaison, consists of over 630 photographic and printed panoramic images of cities and sites mainly in Europe, but also in Africa, Asia, North America and South America. The panoramas are arranged alphabetically by continent, then country, and then by photographer. Over half of the photographs are of locales and scenes in France. Also included is a small group of photographs relating to the painted panorama
University of Oregon
Consists of personal diaries, 1931-1962; personal and professional correspondence, 1916-1976; published and unpublished manuscripts of novels, short stories, essays, poems, and speeches, mostly written after 1966; class notes on writers' workshops; reviews and publicity; bibliographies, royalty statements, and contracts; personal material; and books by her and from her library


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