New Haven Colony Historical Society Library
Correspondence, notes, bulletins, personnel records, bills, receipts, clippings, and other records; papers of Wayland Williams, administrator of the project in Connecticut; materials relating to the creation of murals and artwork at Bridgeport, Conn., post office, New Haven Public Library, and other buildings in Fairfield, Meriden, New Canaan, Norwalk, Westport, and other towns in the New Haven area; and newspaper clippings relating to WPA art projects. Includes history of the Federal Art Project; information pertaining to a proposed 50th anniversary program (1980); and materials relating to the Battle of Santiago mural, painted by Salvatore DeMaio and others, at U.S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, Md. Correspondents include Theodore Sizer and Forbes Watson, of the Federal Art Project and WPA
Museum of the Great Plains
Ninety-six photographs relating to New Deal art, focusing on post office murals; together with two compact discs (CDs) chiefly relating to the murals depicted in the photographs from the collection and on Oklahoma culture between the world wars, 1918-1942
Montana Historical Society,-- Library and Archives Dept
Morgan discusses his development as an artist, from his early years working as a window designer for Fligelman's department store in the 1940s, to his work for the Montana Historical Society from the 1950s to 1975. He recalls the early development of the Montana Historical Society Museum; working with John Ewers of the Smithsonian; creation of Territory Junction; the acquisition of Big Medicine, including Bob Scriver's taxidermy; the aviation exhibit; the military exhibit; the MacKay Charles M. Russell Art Collection; K. Ross Toole, Robert Archibald and Micheal Kennedy as directors of MHS; the Northwest Rendezvous of Art; the 1971 addition to the museum building; the C.M. Russell bronze competition; acquisition of the Poindexter Art Collection; and his painting career after MHS including a set of mural just completed for the Fort Benton museum
Smithsonian Institution - Archives of American Art
Resumes; a typescript, "In Profile: Alton S. Tobey," by Wayne Baruch; letters concerning mural commissions, gifts of portraits, and financial matters; receipts; 3 notebooks; exhibition announcements; clippings and other printed material; and photographs of Tobey and his works of art
Smithsonian Institution - Archives of American Art
Six photographs showing Hamlin at work on Federal Art Project murals for the Mission High School Library in San Francisco, 1937
Smithsonian Institution - Archives of American Art
Correspondence, writings, clippings, photographs, and financial records
Smithsonian Institution - Archives of American Art
Correspondence, 1933, with one letter from 1958, concerning the controversal dismissal of the artist Diego Rivera from his Rockefeller Center mural project, including letters from Alexander Brook, Peggy Bacon, Andrew Dasburg, Hugh Ferris, Morris Kantor, Rockwell Kent, Lewis Mumford, Niles Spencer and Abraham Walkowitz and others; and one clipping, 1933, regarding the controversy
Smithsonian Institution - Archives of American Art
Correspondence, writings and notes, diaries, scrapbooks, extensive sketchbooks and sketches, photographs and printed materials
Worcester Historical Museum
Twelve pencil sketches of the interior of the Norton Company, Worcester, Mass., which were later used to make the murals in the company's main interior. Norton Company later became part of Saint-Gobain Corporation


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