Hyman Robert Bizinsky papers
Correspondence, sketches, sketchbooks, clippings, and exhibition announcements. Papers record the career of Bizinsky from his 1946-1951 years in Paris and his lifelong friendship with crusading Atlanta Constitution editor Ralph McGill. Also included are 2 pages (4 sides) of Bizinsky's ink sketches of horses, a 1967 sketchbook, a sketch diary and loose sketches. Among the …
Earl Shinn letters and diary from the collection at Swarthmore College
Letters to and from Earl Shinn describing his life as an art student in Paris, and the Philadelphia art scene. Correspondents include Thomas Eakins, William Trost Richards, William Merrit Chase and others. An undated diary records a journey to France.
Oral history interview with Robert Grosvenor
54 Pages (Transcript)
Interview of Robert Grosvenor conducted 1972 Aug. 9, by Paul Cummings, for the Archives of American Art.
Edgar Spier Cameron papers
Genealogical material; letters; business records; notes; writings; art works; scrapbooks; printed material and photographs.
William Frederick Stecher papers
Eight letters from various people thanking Stecher for the quality of his art work; an autobiographical manuscript, "A Story of an Art Student in Paris"; 2 scrapbooks, ca. 1890, containing travel sketches, several clippings, and 3 photographs of his studio.
Alice Kellogg Tyler papers
bulk 1871-1898 dates
Journals and diaries, correspondence, exhibition catalogs, photographs (1871-1898), and sketches and etchings by Tyler and her husband, Orno James Tyler, document her Chicago work and her days as an art student in Paris.
Sterling Strauser collection of Louis Eilshemius and Justin McCarthy materials
Eilshemius's journal and essays, and McCarthy's sketchbooks and a scrapbook, collected by Sterling Strauser.
A.G. (Abel George) Warshawsky papers
The papers of A.G. (Abel George) Warshawsky date from circa 1900 to 1988 and measure 3.8 linear feet. the papers contain biographical materials; scattered correspondence, most of which consists of letters from Warshawsky to his wife Ruth; writings, including versions of Warshawsky's autobiography; printed materials; two scrapbooks; photographs and eight photo albums; twenty-six sketchbooks; and artworks by Warshawsky and others.
Houghton Cranford Smith papers
The papers of painter Houghton Cranford Smith measure 2.2 linear feet and date from 1890-1991. They consist of eight scrapbooks compiled by his widow containing correspondence with family and friends, biographical materials, sketches, school work, extensive clippings, exhibition catalogs, travel documents and numerous photographs of family and friends.
Oral history interview with Shirley Jaffe
Elizabeth Murray Oral History of Women in the Visual Arts Project
94 Pages (Transcript)
An interview of Shirley Jaffe conducted 2010 Sept. 27 and 28, by Avis Berman, for the Archives of American Art's Elizabeth Murray Oral History of Women in the Visual Arts project, at Jaffe's studio, in Paris, France.