Metropolitan Museum of Art - Watson Library
The four series consist of files comprising both original news clippings and photocopies of articles, as well as illustrations and ephemera (including calendars of events, programs, and sales catalogs) that document the Museum's collections, exhibitions, archaeological expeditions and excavations, educational activities, programs, publications, staff and trustees
Yale University
Smithsonian Institution - Archives of American Art
6,000 application cards filled out by entrants for the juried exhibitions held at the Metropolitan Museum of Art entitled "American Painting Today," "American Sculpture," and "American Watercolors, Drawings and Prints.".
School of The Art Institute of Chicago - John M. Flaxman Library
Metropolitan Museum of Art - Watson Library
Register containing the signatures of visitors to The Metropolitan Museum of Art from February 17, 1872-May 24, 1873, at the institution's first location, 681 Fifth Avenue
Metropolitan Museum of Art - Watson Library
The series consists of of one hundred thirteen scrapbooks containing news clippings, illustrations and press releases documenting the Museum's exhibitions, collections, programs, activities, staff and trustees. Four volumes are devoted exclusively to clippings about the Costume Institute, 1946-1966
Metropolitan Museum of Art - Watson Library
The series consist of files comprising both original news clippings and photocopies of articles, as well as illustrations and ephemera (including calendars of events, programs, and sales catalogs) that document the Museum's collections, exhibitions, archaeological expeditions and excavations, educational activities, programs, publications, staff and trustees
Columbia University
Captioned photographs of the ceremony, including those of General and Mrs. Eisenhower, Thomas J. Watson, Francis Cardinal Spellman, Roland O. [sic] Redmond and Francis Henry Taylor. Sound recordings of the addresses delivered at the ceremony by Roland L. Redmond, Francis Henry Taylor, General Eisenhower, as well as a rendition of the Star Spangled Banner, sung by Mme. Jarmila Novotná, and the invocation by Cardinal Spellman. The covers of the album are stamped with single line borders in gold leaf, and the front cover is stamped in gold leaf: Mr. Francis J. [sic] Taylor
Metropolitan Museum of Art - Watson Library
Metropolitan Museum of Art - Watson Library
Reproduces the first twenty-seven of thirty-three volumes of scrapbooks, 1870-1931, containing news clippings documenting the history of the Museum from its opening in 1870 through World War I. Among the volumes not filmed are two scrapbooks of clippings comprising news articles and obituaries of artists (1906-1929) and one comprising news articles about the history of music worldwide (1897-1905)