Smithsonian Institution - Archives of American Art
Papers document her education, career and personal life through family and professional correspondence, twelve diaries, lectures, essays, poems, notes, clippings, catalogs, pamphlets, exhibition records, business records, photographs, certificates, diplomas, and artifacts
Smithsonian Institution - Archives of American Art
General and personal correspondence, biographical material, news clippings, one scrapbook, announcements and exhibition catalogs, 12 personal photographs, photographs of her works and of her exhibitions, reproductions, color slides, awards, prize plaques, and printed material
Smithsonian Institution - Archives of American Art
Correspondence; financial material; exhibition catalogs and announcements; photographs of Schreiber and her work; a scrapbook regarding her husband, Louis Schreiber, containing clippings and photographs; clippings; and printed material
Smithsonian Institution - Archives of American Art
One scrapbook containing correspondence, clippings, exhibition announcements and catalogs and photographs
Smithsonian Institution - Archives of American Art
Correspondence consists of letters regarding portraits commissioned; photographs of art work including documentation of portraits done of the Ward family and the Shoumatoff family and presidential portraits, including her painting of Franklin D. Roosevelt dedicated in the White House in 1967; studies for various portraits; clippings regarding her presidental portraits and her work; a series of engagement calendars; exhibition catalogs; a large group of color transparencies of paintings; and writings by Shoumatoff including the manuscript for her book FDR'S UNFINISHED PORTRAIT(1991)
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Printed material, photographs and Cuming's scrapbook, used in preparation for an exhibit at the Lyman Allyn Art Museum, New London, Conn. "Beatrice Cuming (1903-1974), co-curated by Cecile Tyl
Smithsonian Institution - Archives of American Art
The papers of painter and arts advocate Katherine Schmidt measure 0.2 linear feet and date from circa 1921 to 1971. Scattered correspondence, speeches, proposals, meeting minutes, and notes focus primarily on Schmidt's advocacy for federal and state government support of the arts. Printed materials include exhibition catalogs, clippings, press releases documenting Schmidt's painting career and arts advocacy work. Photographs include portrait photos of Schmidt and photographs of Schmidt's drawings. There are two photographs taken by her first husband Yasuo Kuniyoshi of Schmidt with friends at a party. The papers contain little documentation of Kuniyoshi or their marriage
Smithsonian Institution - Archives of American Art
Exhibition catalog of retrospective exhibit at the Monterey Pensisula Museum of Art, braille transcription of the exhibition announcement, and clippings
Smithsonian Institution - Archives of American Art
Landscape designer and painter. Born Sarah L'Estrange Stanley in Detroit; studied at the University of Michigan (Ann Arbor); married Robert Frantz, architect
Smithsonian Institution - Archives of American Art
Family papers include letters to Giles Martin from William Hebert and others concerning the Martin's plans to emigrate from England to America, and ca. 50 letters, 1828-1860, to Giles and Angelique Martin in Marietta and at Trumbull Phalanx by reformers active in Ohio and Massachusetts temperance, antislavery, labor and/or Association movements, among them Sarah G. Bagley, Maria M. Eastman, Mary Moody Emerson, Frances D.B. Gage, Anna Q.T. Parsons, Caroline M.S. Severance, Adeline T. Swift, and others less known but very active. Also included are 3 letters from Spencer, 1842 Mar. 31 and June 10, and 1847 July 10 to her parents

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