Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Papers relating primarily to Veĭdle's life as a Russian emigré in France, beginning in the 1920s, including correspondence with many writers and scholars, and letters to Veĭdle's wife; mss. of writings by Veĭdle and others, among them articles, lectures, stories, poems, and many broadcasts made by Veĭdle for Radio Liberty (Munich, Germany), notes on various artistic and literary topics, and texts by Igorʹ Chinnov, I︠U︡riĭ Ivask, Chinnov, and others; documents; photos; subject files; art reproductions; and books and newspaper and journal articles by Veĭdle, and offprints of articles by other scholars, chiefly in the fields of art history and Russian literature. Correspondents include Bernard Berenson, Marc Chagall, Igorʹ Chinnov, I︠U︡riĭ Ivask, Vladislav Khodasevich, Jacques Maritain, Henry Miller, Gleb Struve, and Marina T︠S︡vetaeva
Tulane University Library
Personal and professional correspondence; student recommendations; lectures and reviews of lectures on such topics as the Greek woman in antiquity, classical art, scenery in antique theater, archaeological work in fascist Rome, Pompeii in the light of new excavations and research, the voting rights of women in Pompeii, Greek dress, and the position of Greek and Roman women; poems; essays; mss. of writings, including texts of Laocoon (1967), The Sculpture of the Hellenistic Age (1955, 1961), and Ancient Copies: Contribution to a History of Roman Sculpture (1977), and related correspondence, proofs, publicity material, reviews, notes, photos, and miscellanea; printed copy of History of the Greek and Roman theater (2nd ed., 1961), with contract, proof pages, publicity materials, reviews, clippings, and scrapbook (1939) of the earlier ed.; biography; autobiographies; bibliographies; texts written under the pseudonym Ingeborg Bergen; German-language newspaper reviews of early lectures; ... Read More
University of Georgia - Special Collections Libraries
The collection consists of 1 bound volume: "Celebrating our 65th anniversary, the Athens Art Association unfolds the past: selected documents from archives portray a historical panorama of the rise of Athens Art Association and its activities ... we honor our heritage and express gratitude to all individuals, friends, institutions and organizations near and far for preserving the past and promoting the arts during a time span of 65 years.".
Baltimore Museum of Art - Archives and Manuscripts Collections
The Publications Department Records reflect the activities of the department within the Baltimore Museum of Art in the latter half of the 20th century, 1950-2000. These records total 13.75 linear feet. The Publications Department was responsible for producing materials for museum programs and exhibitions, as well as brochures, books, staff materials, museum restaurant menus, and other printed materials. The records of the department include correspondence between museum staff and printers, designers, scholars, and others. In addition to this correspondence, there are intra-staff memoranda, invoices, drafts of publications, and other administrative materials. The records are arranged into two series: 1. Administrative Records 2. Project Records. During the museum reorganization that occurred in 1999-2000 under the guidance of new museum director Doreen Bolger, the duties of the Publications Department were transferred to the Creative Services Department. The Publications Department ... Read More
Frick Collection and Frick Art Reference Library
Correspondence, programs, invitations, press releases, work orders, opening remarks, and summaries of graduate student papers document the founding, evolution and administration of The Frick Collection Symposium on the History of Art (known as the Symposium on Art and Archaeology from 1940-1953). Records date from 1939 to 1982. The earliest files contain the most comprehensive documentation of the program, and only the files from 1940-1942 contain summaries of the papers presented. No copies of the graduate students' papers presented at the Symposia are in the collection. Correspondence concerns the selection of graduate students, biographical information on the presenters, their paper topics, the logistical planning of the Symposium lectures and luncheons, expenses, and discussions regarding which universities to include in the program
University of Michigan - Bentley Historical Library
Personal files of former faculty, departmental publications, and digitized minutes of meetings, 1962-2013 (digital content is restricted)
Winterthur Museum, Garden, and Library
Consists of Huntington's notes for a lecture on Christian art written at the request of the Committee on Lectures of the National Academy of Design in 1851. In the speech, Huntington traced the history of Christian art and art forms. Subheadings of lecture parts are included on the top of each page. An engraving of Huntington and a biographical sketch are laid in
Harvard University - Houghton Library
Includes: Norton's autograph manuscript drafts for essays, articles, lectures, and speeches, many later published in the North American Review; a record book listing miscellany concerning the publishing of the North American Review, 1863-1868; autograph notes for Norton's various research interests, especially Cluny, Dante, John Donne, and many others; transcript summaries of lecture notes from Fine Arts 3, 1897-1898; and diplomas and awards given to honor Norton. Also includes some Norton-related materials that were given to him and later were donated to the Harvard College Library; and some items not located during the recataloging of this collection
Harvard University - Houghton Library
Chiefly photocopies of letters from Berenson to Barr concerning personal matters, mutual friends and social events, as well as discussions of art and art criticism/history. Some letters touch on political matters during the time of World War II. Other letters are copies of correspondence among Max Schuster of Simon and Schuster, Brandt and Brandt, Berenson's U.S. agents, and Nicky Mariano, Berenson's secretary, concerning the US publication of "Rumor and Reflection," which was complicated by passages regarded by some as anti-Semitic
University of Oregon
Christine Hilda Price (1928-1980) was an illustrator and author of books for children and young people on the art, dance, and folklore of different countries and cultures. The collection includes illustrations for eighteen books by Price and others; research notes, correspondence, manuscripts and other materials related to more than twenty books by Price and others; fifty folders of personal and professional correspondence; subject files on places Price visited and wrote about, as well as her travel photographs and sound recordings; a series of linoleum cut prints; and published works


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