Walter Kuhlman papers
Biographical material, correspondence, photographs, exhibition records, and printed materials. Among the correspondents are Clyfford Still, Frank Lobdell and Nathan Oliveira.
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.
Oral history interview with Richard Diebenkorn
Larsen, Susan C.
An interview of Richard Diebenkorn conducted 1985 May 1-1987 December 15, by Susan Larsen, for the Archives of American Art.
Jason Schoener papers
Correspondence (143 letters, 1952-1988, many addressed to Jason and Virginia) includes 85 letters from Schoener's uncle, William Zorach and his wife Marguerite, discussing daily events, family matters, and offering advice on Schoener's carreer. There is also a letter from Max Weber thanking Schoener for the handmade cufflinks "that were made by one who …
Hassel Smith : an interview [videorecording]/ University of California, Berkeley Office of Educational Television and Radio ; co-producer, Paul Karlstrom
A video taped interview of artist Hassel Smith, conducted by Paul Karlstrom, Archives of Art, West Coast Regional Center, and produced in collaboration by Karlstrom and the Office of Educational Television and Radio, University of California at studios of ETVR as program #43 of their "Open Window" series.
Oral history interview with Glenn Anthony Wessels
New Deal and the Arts Oral History Project
An interview of Glenn Anthony Wessels conducted 1964 February 14, by Lewis Ferbraché, for the Archives of American Art.
Hassel Smith at the John Berggruen Gallery [videorecording]/ University of California, Berkeley Office of Educational Television and Radio ; co-producer, Paul Karlstrom
Parts I and II. Examines seven works (1960s-1985) by painter Hassel Smith at the John Berggruen Gallery, San Francisco, Calif. Smith comments on each piece. Also heard are Paul Karlstrom, Archives of Art, West Coast Regional CenterDirector, and Barbara Scales.
Kenjilo Nanao papers
The papers of California-based painter and educator Kenjilo Nanao measure 10.9 linear feet and date from circa 1885-1887 and circa 1949-2017, with the bulk of the papers dating from 1970 to 2000. The papers document Nanao's career through biographical material; correspondence with friends, family, artists, universities, and museums; journals; professional files such as teaching files, gallery records and financial records; printed materials, photographs, sketchbooks and drawings.
Oral history interview with Irving Norman
Bell, Michael S., 1946-
Bay Area Video Coalition (San Francisco, Calif.)
1988 Mar. 5
An interview with Irving Norman conducted 1988 Mar. 5, by Michael Bell, for the Archives of American Art in conjunction with the Bay Area Video Coalition, at the artist's home and studio in Half Moon Bay, Calif.
William T. Wiley illustrated journals
Journals containing ideas for Wiley's paintings, accounts of days, and puns and word games. One journal is from a summer spent in Italy (1971) and includes some sketches. The remaining four journals (1971-1974) are filled with watercolors and sketches.