Cleveland Print Club records
Files of ca. 37 artists, American and foreign, who were commissioned by the Cleveland Print Club to make a print for their membership. Files include correspondence between individual artists and the Curator of Prints at the Cleveland Museum of Art. Some files also contain photographs, lists of works, exhibition data, and …
Athena Art Society records
The microfilmed Athena Art Society records consist of 10 record books containing meeting minutes, lists of members, treasurer's reports, clippings, announcements, programs, letters, and obituaries. Also included are 2 scrapbooks (1927-1972) containing clippings, photographs of members, exhibition catalogs, programs, and other printed material.
George G. Adomeit papers
1.2 Linear feet (Unmicrofilmed)
Papers relating to Adomeit's involvement in Cleveland, Ohio art organizations, primarily the Cleveland Society of Artists.
Dennis Barrie Interviews of Ohio Artists
The Dennis Barrie interviews of Ohio artists measures 2.0 linear feet and date from circa 1984. Video recordings with five Ohio artists, originally titled the "Artists in Residence Series," were produced by the New Organization for the Visual Arts in conjunction with the Archives of American Art. Dennis Barrie, Midwest Director of the Archives of American Art, interviews painters Patricia Zinsmeister Parker and Ken Nevadomi, sculptor John Clague, fiber artist Wenda Von Weise, and ceramicist George Roby. Each discusses their background, training, lifestyle, and problems they've faced as artists. The videocassette recordings are dated 1984, but the interviews may have occurred in 1980.
Federal Art Project negatives of art and craft work
Negatives of murals, signs, ceramic figures, furniture, sculpture, toys, posters, and other arts and crafts made for the FAP in the Ohio region.
Clarence Holbrook Carter papers
Correspondence; diaries; business records; printed material; photographs; and miscellaneous items.
Oral history interview with Dorothy Gill Barnes
Nanette L. Laitman Documentation Project for Craft and Decorative Arts in America
An interview of Dorothy Gill Barnes conducted 2003 May 2-7, by Joanne Cubbs, for the Archives of American Art, at the artist's home, in Worthington, Ohio, as part of the Nanette L. Laitman Documentation Project for Craft and Decorative Arts in America.
Dominick Labino papers
Biographical materials, including list of patents; files of museum exhibitions; files of college and university exhibitions; writings by and about Labino; correspondence; clippings; and photographs. The files are arranged alphabetically within five separate categories: museums, colleges and universities, commercial institutions, non-commercial institutions and associations, and miscellaneous organizations.
Martin family papers and Campus Martius Museum records relating to Lilly Martin Spencer
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 …
Cynthia Goodman papers
The papers of curator and writer, Cynthia Goodman, date from circa circa 1944-2001, bulk 1975-1996 and measure 33.2 linear feet and .340 Gigabytes. The collection is comprised of artist files, records documenting computer and technological art, and research on Hans Hofmann and the New York School. The papers document Goodman's graduate and professional career including her studies in art history and early career writing and organizing exhibitions around Hans Hofmann and his legacy, and later her research related to the nascent computer art. The papers, organized primarily by project and artist files, include biographical material, interviews with artists, correspondence, writings, printed material, photographs and audio-visual material.