Correspondence and Memoranda
This accession consists of various files kept by William de Chastignier Ravenel in his capacity as Administrative Assistant, United States National Museum. Included are files concerning his work with the American Association of Museums, the Red Cross Museum, the malaria outbreak in the Arts and Industries Building in the 1880's …
This accession consists of subject files documenting various administrative entities of the National Museum of American Art (NMAA) and its predecessor, the National Collection of Fine Arts (NCFA). The earlier files were created by Harry Jordan, who was Assistant Director for Museum Administration and Management from 1974 to 1976; and by H …
These records were created mostly by administrators Rohlfing, Dobkin, and Dunne. They document the activities of the Museum Advisory Board and the acquisitions committee and contain files on fundraising, membership, product development, sales, education, collections management, and exhibitions. The records also include audit reports and annual reports; grant proposals; architectural …
James Johnson Sweeney and the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston : 1961-1967 / by Toni Ramona Beauchamp
Thesis (M.A.)--University of Texas, Austin, Texas, 1983.
Holman J. Swinney Papers
The bulk of these records consist of Holman J. (Jerry) Swinney's appointment books, and newspaper clippings collected by him and his wife. The appointment books contain only cryptic or abbreviated entries, but indicate the pace of Swinney's activities during his career. The newspaper clippings range from a photograph of a …
Oral history interview with Henry Korn
Schwartz, Barry N.
Interview of Henry Korn conducted circa 1971, by Barry Schwartz, for the Archives of American Art.
Rubens Peale diaries
A daily journal covering the last ten years of Ruben Peale's life. Much of it concerns farm and family activities, but there are also many references to his still-life painting. Entries from April 1865 describe the news of Abraham Lincoln's assassination and funeral procession.
This accession consists of records that document museum education and administration programs co-sponsored by the Office of Museum Programs (OMP) and the United States International Communication Agency; and by OMP and the United States Information Agency (USIA). The records include correspondence and memoranda documenting activities for the programs "Education in …
Herb Bronstein correspondence with Amy Goldin
Correspondence between art critic Amy Goldin and friend Herb Bronstein, director of communication for the Brooklyn Museum measure 0.2 linear feet and date from circa 1952-1976. Included are letters from Amy to Herb and copies of letters from Herb to Amy. Also found are typescript notes by Herb regarding Amy.
This accession consists of Regents' meeting files. Included are correspondence, guest lists, and photographs taken during the January 1982 meeting.