Newberry Library
The papers are largely organizational records and newsletters of the association -- There are also small numbers of photographs and spotty files on the group's collaborative alphabet books, exhibits, and other projects. Narrative descriptions of the subject matter, types of material, and arrangement of each series are available through the Organization section of the finding aid
University of Nevada, Reno - Mathewson IGT Knowledge Center
Included in this collection are correspondence, subject files, and materials on various projects
Bowdoin College - George J. Mitchell Department of Special Collections and Archives
Writings, artwork, correspondence, and biographical materials that document Bern Porter's life as a scientist and avant-garde writer, artist, and publisher. Included are manuscripts and typescripts of books authored and published by Porter; articles, poetry, and other writings by Porter (both published and unpublished); and artwork, photographs, and mail and copy art. The collection also includes personal and professional correspondence, announcements of public appearances and publications, documents regarding Porter collections at other libraries, clipped articles pertaining to Porter, and biographical information and items of personal interest to Porter
University of Notre Dame - Hesburgh Library
The Francisco Aragón Papers contain Aragón's own writings and original materials related to literary and cultural events and programs he has participated in and organized: poetry readings, writers' programs, literary festivals, and the Letras Latinas Program at the Institute for Latino Studies of which, Aragón is the director. These pieces outline his professional engagement in the late 2000s. Also included are handwritten letters from various individuals from his literary circle of friends, a drawing dedicated to him, autographed monographs by other authors, and a few one-of-a-kind artists' books containing his writings, e.g. "In Praise of Cities" published by Momotombito, an informal imprint of Momotombo Press founded by Aragón
Getty Research Institute
The collection comprises three letters by Edward Lear. One, in Italian, was sent to an acquaintance in Brindisi, asking him to provide the best accommodations in his albergo to friends on their way to Corfu (1868 Feb. 28, Cannes). The artist thanks a gentleman for purchasing his picture "Kasr es Saad" from the Royal Academy exhibit, and gives him the name and address of his banker for the payment, and that of the shipping company. He mentions a companion piece sent to the Academy representing another view of the Nile, which might interest his patron (1870 May 16, Cannes). In a short note, he asks Mrs. Wickham at Portland Place to introduce to "the world of Hampshire" his new book about the "scenery of Corsica," to be published soon [1870]
Smithsonian Institution - Archives of American Art
Personal and professional correspondence, 1977-1996; diaries; sketchbooks; scrapbooks; hand-made artists' books containing poems and photographs of Cecchetti's paintings; printed material; and photographs, contact sheets, and slides of Cecchetti's work. Also found are 0.3 feet of research files and related material for an exhibition curated by Cecchetti, "Eclectic Selections: Art in Paterson at the End of the Twentieth Century," featuring 35 contemporary artists (including Cecchetti) working in the Paterson, N.J. area, on view at the Paterson Art Museum from June through September 1999. Included are the published catalog, catalog mss. drafts, press releases, photographs, reviews, and a scrapbook containing notes on each artist, photographs of the artist and his or her work, artists' statements, biographies and résumés, and Cecchetti's detailed commentaries on her visits to the artists' studios
Smithsonian Institution - Archives of American Art
Correspondence, printed material, photographs; and "birthday books" containing drawings and writings by artists sent to Neuberger on his 50th and 75th birthdays
Smithsonian Institution - Archives of American Art
The records of the Woman's Building measure 33.4 linear feet and date from 1970 to 1992. The organization played a key role as an alternative space for women artists energized by the feminist movement in the 1970s. The records document the ways in which feminist theory shaped the Building's founding core mission and goals. During its eighteen year history, the Building served as an education center and a public gallery space for women artists in Los Angeles and southern California; the records reflect both functions of the Building's activities
School of The Art Institute of Chicago - John M. Flaxman Library
University of New Mexico - Zimmerman Library
Collection contains nine limited edition color collotypes by artist Delilah Montoya, bound as artist's book covered in white Japanese paper. Face and head-and-shoulders portraits of two women


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