Irving Marantz papers
Correspondence; 540 letters and postcards received, 1933-1972, from Charles Brady, F. W. Hayman Chaffey, Aristodemos Kaldis, and many others; photographs; catalogs; publicity material; clippings; an inventory of Chinese works of art purchased by Marantz in the 1930's; and miscellany. Also included is a scrapbook, 1947-1970, containing correspondence, clippings, catalogs, and photographs.
Moissaye Marans collection
Correspondence, clippings, magazine articles and miscellany concerning Marans and collected by the School of Continuing Education, Brooklyn College, where Marans was a faculty member.
Moissaye Marans papers
Correspondence, articles, business records, printed matter, sketches, photographs, and one reel of motion picture film.
Conrad Marca-Relli letter
Letter to Robert D. Kinsman, curator at the Detroit Institute of Arts, regarding the conservation of Marca-Relli's collage THE DWELLER.
Dorie Marder papers
Biographical data; letters, 1955-1983, from Artists Equity Association of New York, Hashomer Hatzair, Meltzer Gallery, National Association of Women Artists, Norfolk Museum of Arts and Sciences, The Painters and Sculptors Society of New Jersey, Summit Gallery, Village Art Center Gallery, and others; a report to the National Association of Women Artists …
Berta Margoulies lecture
A lecture delivered by Berta Margoulies at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Margoulies speaks of her life and career as a sculptor.
Margaret Brown Gallery records
The records of Boston art gallery and framing shop Margaret Brown Gallery measure 9.3 linear feet and date from 1921 to 1958. The collection comprises correspondence with artists, customers, museums and galleries, and Brown's personal correspondence with her son Rodney and friends; artist files containing correspondence, and to a lesser extent, printed materials, price lists, and letters with potential buyers; gallery records containing administrative and financial files; printed materials that include programs for events in which the gallery participated; and photographic materials including photos of works of art and a few artists, and Brown's personal photographs.
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Margo Feiden Galleries printed material relating to Al Hirschfeld
Exhibition catalog, "10 Lithographs by Hirschfeld," ca. 1935; press releases; a copy of Feiden's foreword to Hirschfeld's book SHOW BUSINESS IS NO BUSINESS, 1983; an invitation to Hirschfeld's birthday celebration and exhibition opening held at Gracie Mansion, and a catalog for the exhibit, 1983; an illustrated change-of-address card by Hirschfeld, "removal notice from 58 West …