Letter relative to a cave discovered on the Gila River about 52 miles from Ft. Bayard, thought by the writer to be an old Aztec burial place. Letter forwarded by Secretary Baird to Major Powell for attention.
The letters of Los Angeles gallerist Rosamund Felsen measure 0.2 linear feet and date from 1968-1977. Included are sixteen letters and two postcards, all but three of which are from Jasper Johns. The others are from Ellsworth Kelly, Al Ruppersberg, and Bob P. The warm casual letters from Johns describe the artist's interest in birds, gardens, and weather. He also discusses drawings and upcoming exhibitions. Folded into the letters are a black and white snapshot of Johns and one of Felsen, in both cases surrounded by others. Also included here is the panty hose box in which Felsen stored these letters.
Mainly concerns exchange of publications.
Transmits a copy of Rodkinson's History of amulets, charms, and talismans, 1893, and indirectly asks for payment. Written on a brochure that concerns the publication.
The collection consists of letters or statements from 62 persons agreeing to Warren Buffett's and Bill Gates's challenge to donate 95% of their wealth to charities.
The collection measures 0.02 linear feet and includes 37 letters and postcards from sculptor Luis Jimenez to close friend and artist Rochelle "Shelly" Shicoff. The letters are personal in nature and Jimenez makes references to his ongoing studio processes, some specific works, and his presence at the 1991 Whitney Museum of American Art Biennial exhibition.
Largely letters received in connection with Mooney's investigation of "the oldtime shields of the confederated Kiowas, Comanches, Apaches, Cheyennes, and Arapahos." Investigation described in letter to U.S. Military Academy, West Point, Mount Scott, Oklahoma. February 26, 1903, filed with Rivers' letter to Mooney.
Gives the botanical names for Yamp or Yampa, cottonwood, cedar of the plains, and cedars of the southern states.
Both letters include ink sketches in the body of the letter; letter of June 26 includes ink sketches colored with crayons. Letters offer Stirling "The Blue Smoke of Friendship." The sketches are of a pipe and an ideograph for Chief Bull, Sanderville's Indian name.