Cleveland Museum of Art - Ingalls Library
McGill University
The collection was assembled by Max Stern and the staff of the Dominion Gallery in Montreal as part of the reference library at the Dominion Gallery. It includes original file folders, arranged alphabetically by subject. Each file folder may include small exhibition catalogues, newspaper and magazine clippings, promotional material and other printed ephemeral materials
Clemson University - Robert Muldrow Cooper Library
Lecture with slides discussing Frank Lloyd Wright in relationship to three aspects of Japanese influence: Japanese art; Japanese architecture; and the meaning of organic in relation to Japanese art and architecture. This was the first lecture broadcast live at selected sites throughout South Carolina through the cooperation of Clemson University, AIA South Carolina, and South Carolina Educational Television
Brigham Young University - Harold B. Lee Library
Hunt designs her folklore project around the artistic letters that she and her Internet pen pals have exchanged with each other. Hunt emphasizes the importance of the hand-written letter as a tangible, individual, and expressive object in an era of uniform and mass communication. She sees these decorated letters as a form of folk art that allows for more variability and expression than other more technological mediums of communication. She validates these letters as folk art by aligning their features with Bascom's four functions of folklore
University of British Columbia Archives
Scope and Content o Notes  Series Descriptions o General Files series o Exhibitions series  File List  Catalogue entry (UBC Library catalogue) Collection Description Western Canada Art Circuit collection / June Binkert (collector). -- 1950, 1957-1970. 62.5 cm of textual records. Collector’s Biographical Sketch June Binkert joined the Registrar's staff at the University of British Columbia in 1952, and transferred to the School of Architecture in 1953. She was the first secretary of th ...
State Historical Society of Missouri
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 ...
Harvard University - Schlesinger Library
Correspondence, writings, and other papers of author and food writer, M.F.K. Fisher.
Yale University - Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library
The papers consist of correspondence, a small quantity of personal papers, and printed material relating to the life and career of Royal Cortissoz. Correspondents include Henry Bacon, Bernard Berenson, Joseph Duveen, John La Farge, Clarence Mackay, Whitelaw Reid, Edmund Clarence Stedman, William Winter, and other critics and friends. The personal papers include drafts of articles and lectures by Cortissoz and awards presented to him. Printed material includes copies of writings by Cortissoz, articles concerning him, and miscellaneous programs and invitations.Also included are notes, memoranda and a sketchbook by John La Farge, collected by Cortissoz in the course of research.