Walter Kuhlman papers
Biographical material, correspondence, photographs, exhibition records, and printed materials. Among the correspondents are Clyfford Still, Frank Lobdell and Nathan Oliveira.
Henry Alexander : San Francisco's first native-born artist: typescript, by Lois K. Gordon
James Weeks papers
Biographical information; business correspondence; exhibition material, 1965-1985; teaching notes from the San Francisco Art Institute and UCLA; photographs of Weeks and his wife Lynn, 1980s; photographs of work (billboards), 1950s; and clippings.
Michael S. Moore exhibition invitations and announcements
James Budd Dixon papers
Four exhibition announcements and three clippings; biographical and career information; and photographs of Dixon, his paintings, and his studio. Also included but not microfilmed are sixteen slides of his paintings.
Teressa Fryworth papers
A letter from Clay Spohn, 1974; a newspaper clipping on Fryworth, 1981; and an invitation to a Fryworth memorial exhibition, 1982.
Maren M. Froelich papers
Letters to Froelich from Arthur F. Mathews and others regarding a fund to aid artists after the San Francisco earthquake; and four scrapbook pages containing clippings on art institutions and artists affected by the earthquake and photographs of San Francisco before and after the earthquake.
Richard Camire papers
Biographical information; 2 slides of Camire's work; and 2 photographs of his work.[Slides were not microfilmed.]
David Kasmire papers
Letters to David Kasmire from Hubert Crehan, Sonia Gechtoff, George McNeil, Wilfred Zogbaum describing the art scenes and the people involved in New York City and San Francisco between 1949 and 1968, including John Bolles, Herman Cherry, Ethel Gechtoff (Etya), Louise Nevelson Clay Edgar Spohn and others; a letter from Bernard Berenson …
Gene Frances McComas papers
Exhibition catalog of retrospective exhibit at the Monterey Pensisula Museum of Art, braille transcription of the exhibition announcement, and clippings.