Jacob Getlar Smith papers
American Artists' Congress
Drawings, caricatures, scrapbooks, correspondence, photographs, writings, and printed material.
Roger Crossgrove papers
The papers of Connecticut painter, educator, photographer, and watercolorist Roger Crossgrove measure 21.1 linear feet and date from 1888 to 2012 with the bulk of the collection dating from 1950 to 2006. The collection consists of biographical material, correspondence, writings and notes, professional files, teaching files, subject files, exhibition files, printed materials, personal business records, artwork, sketchbooks, and photographic materials.
Fay Gold papers
Correspondence, works of art, a journal and a sketchbook, exhibition announcements and catalogs, and photographs.
Hedley Rhys papers relating to Maurice Prendergast
Rhys' resume; letters, 1975-1988, regarding attribution or sale of Maurice Prendergast art works; Rhys' unpublished manuscript on Prendergast, "The Legend," ca. 1960, and his dissertation "Maurice Prendergast: Sources and Development of His Style" (Harvard, 1953); and printed material on Maurice and Charles Prendergast, 1938-1989, including exhibition catalogs and announcments, clippings, a brochure, an invitation …
Oral history interview with John Emmett Gerrity
McChesney, Mary Fuller
New Deal and the Arts Oral History Project
24 Pages (Transcript)
An interview of John Emmett Gerrity conducted 1965 Jan. 20, by Mary McChesney, for the Archives of American Art. Gerrity speaks of his background and education; working as a watercolorist and a mural painter for the WPA Federal Art Project; his work methods; the effect of the FAP on him and on …
Charles Burchfield letter to Helen C. Schultz
Burchfield responds to Schultz's letter of appreciation regarding his paintings "Radiant Springtime" and "Four Seasons."
Andrew Bucci papers
Letters to Bucci, works of art, a photograph, and printed material.
Jerome Milkman scrapbooks
Scrapbooks on artists.
Buehr family papers
The Buehr family papers date from 1880-1984 and measure 0.7 linear feet. The collection documents the lives and careers of a prominent Chicago family of artists, which included Karl Albert Buehr, his wife Mary Hess Buehr, their children Kathleen Buehr Granger and George F. Buehr, and Karl Buehr's brother-in-law, Will Hess. Found among the papers are biographical accounts, family histories, Karl Buehr's personal and professional correspondence, love letters between Karl and Mary Hess, writing by various family members, printed materials, artwork in the form of drawings by Kathleen Buehr Granger, and family and travel photographs, including two photo albums.
Katharine Lane Weems papers
3 Items (rolled docs)
Biographical material, extensive diaries, correspondence, notes, writings, business records, sketchbooks and drawings, project files, scrapbooks, printed materials, photographs and slides, motion picture film, and videotape relating to Weem's education and career as a sculptor. Also included are ca. 1 foot of papers of Weems' aunt, watercolorist Katharine Ward Lane (1862-1893), including letters …