Leslie Powell papers
Photographs of Powell's work, exhibition lists; clippings; exhibition announcements; biographical information; press releases on Powell's autobiography, PAINTINGS FROM A LIFE'S JOURNEY; sketches; and letters concerning Powell's gift of paintings to the city of Lawton, Oklahoma and the Galerie Internationale exhibitions of his work.
Howard W. Willard papers
The papers of lithographer, illustrator and painter Howard W. Willard measure 1.3 linear feet and date from 1945- circa 1977. Included is correspondence, mostly betwen Willard and his wife; illustrations and notes for a book on drawing; photographs; notebooks; sketchbooks; and one exhibition catalog.
Constance Scharff papers
Correspondence; drawings and sketchbooks; photographs of Scharff and her work; awards; exhibition catalogs, invitations, and announcements; newspaper clippings; and biographical information.
Exhibition catalogs and announcements; clippings; 38 photographs of Lev-Landau's work and 3 photographs of him; 48 slides of his work; 5 phonograph records which include an interview with Lev-Landau conducted by Frank Kleinholz for "Art in New York" in 1945, and an interview with Lev-Landau and others for the Newspaper Guild Art Exhibit; and other …
Frederick Serger papers
Correspondence with museums and educational institutions; exhibition catalogs; and clippings.
Irving R. Wiles letter
A letter to Mrs. Scharin from Wiles concerning a portrait Wiles painted for her (the subject of the portrait is unclear).
Alan M. Pensler letter from Charles Burchfield
Burchfield, Charles Ephraim, 1893-1967
One letter (6 pages) from Charles Burchfield to Alan M. Pensler. Burchfield describes how he happened to paint "The Shed," explaining: "I often say that I do not choose my subjects for my pictures, that they choose me ..."
Theodor Braasch letters from Charles Burchfield
Burchfield writes about his paintings, the ideas behind his work, prices his personal life, particularly his illnesses, his feeling about non-objective painting, critics, and museum people. Some of the letters are in the hand of Mrs. Burchfield.
Charlotte Lichtblau papers
Biographical materials; published and unpublished writings by Lichtblau, including her reviews of New York art exhibitions for the "Philadelphia Inquirer," 1965-1970; press releases; exhibition catalogs and announcements; 18 notebooks containing extensive notes on art and sketches, 1942-1973; 10 photographs of paintings by Lichtblau; and an essay on the work of Sy Gresser.
Oral history interview with Keith Sonnier
Interview of Keith Sonnier conducted 1972 August 3, by Paul Cummings, for the Archives of American Art.