Smithsonian Institution - Archives of American Art
Chronological list of exhibitions and activities, 1955-1980, and 60 exhibition record files, A-C, including: biographical information on exhibiting artists; correspondence; notes; guest lists; lists of paintings; exhibition catalogs; clippings; and photographs
Smithsonian Institution - Archives of American Art
5 oversize scrapbooks (ca. 100 pages each) containing newspaper clippings pertaining primarily to California artists and the Southern California art scene from ca. 1929-1955. The majority of the clippings are from the Los Angeles Times with reviews by Arthur Millier; other sources include the Christian Science Monitor and Art Digest. The scrapbooks as well as additional loose clippings include multiple articles and references to the following artists: Maxine Albro, George Biddle, George Brandriff, Rex Brandt, Conrad Buff, Tom Craig, Charles Crocker, Salvador Dali, Phil Dike, Lorser Feitelson, Charles Kassler, Emil Kosa, Maurice Logan, Helen Lundeberg, Dan Lutz, Fletcher Martin, Barse Miller, Paul Sample, Millard Sheets, Edouard Vysekal, Max Wieczorek and Milford Zornes among others. Also included are reviews of exhibitions of the California Watercolor Society, the Annual Exhibition of Painting and Sculpture at the Los Angeles (County) Museum, exhibitions of the Department of Fine Arts ... Read More
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
Contains information about space requirements for government offices and the Wehrmacht; lodging for German troops, refugees, and Russian laborers; statistics for refugees; confiscation of school, sanatoria, and hospital facilities for use by occupation forces; and actions for the evacuation of refugees by transport
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
Contains information about Thomas Ballinger's involvement in arranging for exhibit of childrens art from Terezin with the State Jewish Museum in Prague at the University of Oregon and various other institutions in the United States in 1969 and 1970
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
[Preliminary] Contains information about the German occupation of the Ukraine; the activities of the Reichskommissariat für den Ukraine; the activities of the Einsatzstab Rosenberg; control of partisan activity; police activities in the occupied territories; Reichskommissariat personnel matters; development of agriculture in Ukraine; population of Ukrainian towns and villages; railroad schedules; railroad construction; use of Soviet POWs in labor; Göring's instructions on the organization of an economic headquarters in the East; various libraries, archives and museums under the surveillance of Einsatzstab Rosenberg; activities of the Orthodox Church and its bishops; literature relating to the "Jewish Question"; and war crimes investigation by the Ukrainian Extraordinary State Commission to Investigate German-Fascist Crimes Committed on Soviet Territory. Also included are name lists of Reichskommissariat personnel, construction workers in the eastern oblasts, bishops of the ... Read More
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
Consists of a photographic copy of a songbook compiled by Joop (first name is unknown to USHRIA). The songs are preceded by a table of contents listing song titles. Some pages have drawings
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
Contains information about former prisoners of Berlin-Falkensee concentration camp and various aspects of cultural life in the camp including music, poetry, theater, and art. Of special interest in this file unit are the diary of Zbigniew Koczanowicz and "Zycie Kulturalne w komandzi Berlin-Falkensee" ("Cultural Life in Berlin-Falkensee") by Zdzislaw Rudowski. The Rudowski piece concerns theatrical and song writing activities of Polish prisoners in the camp. Also includes a list of some Berlin-Falkensee prisoners (folder 3)
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
Consists of articles concerning artists, musicians, and writers who suffered persecution and imprisonment during the Holocaust. Also included are articles relating to the Les Milles concentration camp for artists and intellectuals and art museums in Düsseldorf. See RG list for titles for RG-24.009*01 through RG-24.009*35
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
Contains information about concentration camps survivors and music, poetry, theater, and art of concentration camps. Also contains information about camp choruses and orchestras
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
Contains entries and autographs of Falkensee prisoners; information about camp music; recollections of orchestra members from Birkenau, Gross-Rossen and the choir and orchestra of Falkensee; and art work relating to Falkensee. Also contains musical score and song texts