Scope and Contents Papers of Minerva Pinnell (1912- ), B.F.A. 1943, Associate Professor of Art (1956-1957, 1964-1979) include notebooks for fine arts courses at Harvard University concerning Renaissance sculpture, Michelangelo, Italian Painting, French Painting, Far Eastern Art, Chinese and Japanese Art.
Saint Louis Art Museum - Richardson Memorial Library
Files concerning aspects of research projects funded by a Mellon grant -- Subjects covered are research on 20th century German art, Chinese bronzes and the Oceanic collection; major concentration is on German collection
Contains personal correspondence, writings, research files, college materials, resumes, employment information, newsclippings featuring Nancy Wey. Her writings include her dissertation on Mu-ch'i and Zen painting, book reviews, East West articles and other papers relating to Asian art, Chinese American history, historical sites and Asian American issues. The bulk of the collection, dating from 1973-1983 consists of project papers and research materials including taped interviews, data sheets, photographs, negatives, microfilms, slides, maps, newsclippings, and printed materials from various projects relating to Chinese Americans and historical sites mainly in California. Also contains college teaching files and related professional activity materials including conferences, organization minutes and miscellaneous printed materials.
Contains personal correspondence, resumes, employment information, newsclippings featuring Nancy Wey, and miscellaneous materials. Her writings are handwritten, typescripted, and photocopied including a dissertation on Mu-ch'i and Zen painting, book reviews, East West newspaper articles, and papers relating to Asian art, Chinese American history, historical sites, and Asian American issues. The majority of the collection contains correspondence and materials from various research projects including research files consisting of Asian American subjects, biographies, historical sites by states and counties within Calif. as well as photographs, negatives, microfilms, slides and cassette tapes with recorded interviews
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE These papers detail the business and personal activities of the Viles family of Waltham, Massachusetts. The Viles family papers are primarily business accounts and correspondence. The Elizabeth Viles Hosmer diaries give more personal information to complete the family story. Her papers deal with investments and real estate. Topics include farming, milk marketing, education, social and religious activities, family members, and economic changes. The Jonas Viles professional ...
Descriptive Entry This accession consists of records created and maintained by Thomas Lawton, Director, 1977-1987, documenting participation in professional associations; events held for, or by, the Freer or the Sackler; development; fellowships and grants; the Freer Medal; acquisitions; exhibitions; various committees and boards on which the Director served; construction of the South Quadrangle; trips to Asia; and the search for an Assistant Secretary for Research of the Smithsonian Institution. Materials include correspondence; memoranda; staff newsletters; brochures about exhibitions and the galleries; correspondence, memoranda, financial reports, timelines, architectural drawings, and office floor plans associated with the construction and furnishing of the South Quadrangle; illustrations of objects; budgets and budget summaries; clippings, studies, reports, correspondence, memoranda, brochures, membership lists, meeting agendas and supporting documents, and press releases ... Read More