Maine Historical Society
Contains research materials including correspondence, some of which is between Louis H. Heydeman and Earle G. Shettleworth, Jr., regarding research conducted, photocopies of biographical information on Murray, and photographs of her paintings
George Walter Vincent Smith Art Museum
Letters received by Katherine S. Drier relating to the Société anonyme, the Carroll Memorial Exhibition, and American painter Edith W. Newton; letters received by Elliot A. P. Evans; and Robert Strong Woodward regarding the Springfield Art League exhibit at the George Walter Vincent Smith Art Museum
Columbia University
Correspondence, manuscripts, notes, diaries, documents, photographs, audio tape recordings, printed materials, scrapbooks, and sketches and drafts of portraits. Her finished portraits on ivory are cataloged separately for the Art Collection (q.v.). -- The collection includes her correspondence with friends and clients; manuscripts of her articles, lectures, and many unpublished autobiographical drafts; pencil sketches, watercolor drafts, and photoprints of her portraits on ivory; photographs of her family amd travels; clippings and other printed materials; and three scrapbooks of clippings and memorabilia. There is cataloged correspondence from Arnold Genthe, S.I. Hayakawa, Karen Horney, Burges Johnson, Dwight Macdonald, and Alice B. Toklas
Connecticut Historical Society
Typed list of nineteenth century Connecticut workers and firms in the tinware and related industries, followed by a list of women Japaners and painters
Smithsonian Institution - Archives of American Art
36 personal and business letters received from artists, dealers, collectors, and friends, and one letter written by Greenman; the manuscript of Greenman's autobiography, HIGHER THAN THE SKY, 1954; eighteen exhibition catalogs and announcements; ca. 65 sketches and drawings in pencil, charcoal or ink, five lithographs, one gouache, a sketchbook of studies of the Rhine; 83 photographs of Greenman's works, among them 1 self-portrait and 1 portrait each of Dewey E. Albinson, George B. Bridgman, Howard Green, W. Elmer Schofield, and William Zorach ; and ca. 180 newspaper clippings. Among the correspondents are William Zorach, and his wife
Smithsonian Institution - Archives of American Art
Final drafts of articles by Rosenthal of her travels in Latin America; an inventory of her bequest to Midtown Galleries; photographs of works of art; catalogs; and press releases
Smithsonian Institution - Archives of American Art
Correspondence with Arshile Gorky, Zygmunt [Sigmund] Menkes, Theodore Roszak, Lloyd Raymond Ney, and others; scrapbooks containing clippings and exhibition announcements; photos of works of art; financial records; printed material; and a pen and ink drawing by Anna Walinska
Smithsonian Institution - Archives of American Art
Primarily correspondence, mail art, and printed material documenting Esman's career and her personal and professional relationships with artists Ray Johnson, Rufino Tamayo, Jacques Lipchitz and others
Smithsonian Institution - Archives of American Art
12 letters to Hatt, 1956-1965 and undated, mostly thank-you's, award notices, and personal; 48 clippings; 28 catalogs and announcements; 265 photographs, mostly of Hatt's work, and a few of Hatt; 2 scrapbooks, ca. 1946-1962, containing 110 items, and 1 ca. 1944-1948, containing 70 items (mostly photographs of her work); 25 miscellaneous items
Smithsonian Institution - Archives of American Art
Painter; Chicago, Ill.; b. 1929 -- Klement studied at the Cooper Union School of Art and Architecture (graduated 1950). After moving to Chicago in 1965, she became a founding member of the "Five" group of artists, who protested the orientation of Chicago art during the early 1970s. She has been a professor of art at the University of Chicago since 1969


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