Library of Congress - Research and Reference Services
Indian vendors displaying crafts in front of Fred Harvey Indian Building probably near railroad station, Albuquerque, N.M. Exterior views of Hopi house at Grand Canyon, Ariz.; interiors of same house with crafts displayed in second floor display rooms. Hopi house was built to house Indian craftspeople demonstrating weaving, silversmithing, etc
Indiana Historical Society - Smith Memorial Library
An issue of Antique Week discusses the history of the Arts and Crafts Movement
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence, financial records, pamphlets, exhibition catalogs, printed invitations, scrapbooks, and other material, relating to the club and to artists and exhibits presented there. Correspondents include longtime club president and financial backer Sarah Henderson, and New Orleans stockbroker, painter, and civic leader Gideon T. Stanton
Oregon Historical Society Research Library
Records of the Arts & Crafts Society of Portland, Oregon, including newspaper clippings, brochures, notes, annual reports, correspondence, a membership dues and donations list, financial statements, State of Oregon Articles of Incorporation, and two (2) black-and-white photographs of organization members, circa 1930s-1970s
Cleveland Museum of Art - Ingalls Library
Brooklyn Museum
Brooklyn Museum
University of Iowa
University of Iowa
Oregon Historical Society Research Library
Records of a school in Portland, Oregon, founded in 1905-1906 by Julia Hoffman and Margaret Watkins. Originally called the Arts and Crafts Society of Portland, the school was originally affiliated with the Portland Art Museum and later developed joint programs with Marylhurst College. The collection includes administrative and financial records, public relations materials, staff and student files. The bulk of the records date from the 1970s and 1980s, with some files from the 1930s through the 1960s, and scattered materials from earlier decades