John Gaw Meem correspondence
Official correspondence of the Public Works of Art regional committee for New Mexico and Arizona. Correspondents include: Edward Bruce, Jesse L. Nusbaum, Forbes Watson, Emil Bisttram, and others.
PWAP card file for Region 9
66 cards identifying specific projects, giving the project title, location, artists involved and miscellaneous information; and 400 cards giving biographical information on participating artists.
Peter Hurd papers relating to the Section of Fine Arts
United States. Dept. of the Treasury. Section of Fine Arts
Correspondence concerning Treasury Department art programs, including letters from Edward B. Rowan and Forbes Watson; information on mural competitions; Section of Fine Arts bulletins; and miscellaneous papers and printed material concerning Hurd's murals for the Section of Fine Arts in Texas and New Mexico.
The Design Laboratory
Brochure for the Design Laboratory, "a free school for instruction in industrial design, graphic arts and fine arts, established by the Federal Art Project of the Works Progress Administration ... open only to those amateur and professional students who cannot afford to attend private schools." At 10 East 39 St., N.Y. Director: Gilbert …
Federal art : a memoir of the thirties
Typescript of Danysh's unpublished reminiscences regarding his experiences in the 1930s as Western Regional Director of the WPA Federal Art Project. Notes and drafts are also included. Danysh provides candid portraits of many WPA artists and administrators.
Omer Thomas Lassonde papers
Clippings, photographs and other documents relating to the work of the New Hampshire Federal Art Project, 1935-1942, directed by Omer Lassonde.
William Henry Spurlock papers
Research files relating to Spurlock's master's thesis, "Federal Support for the Visual Arts in the State of New Mexico; 1933-1943." The files include correspondence, photographs, writings, notes, and printed material.
Thyrsis Field papers
Clippings; photographs and miscellaneous printed material relating to the Federal Art Project in Southern California, mostly during the late 1930s.
Federal government and the arts / by Norman Pietan
Thesis (doctoral.)--Columbia University, New York, N.Y., 1949.
Vernon Smith papers
Letters received; notes and printed material regarding his activities with the WPA-FAP in Massachusetts; a diary, 1936-1937, including later memoranda; a travel journal recounting Smith's trip to Alaska; 2 sketches; records of Smith's works exhibited; vouchers; and photographs of Smith and friends.