Oral history interview with Cinthya Santos-Briones
An interview with Cinthya Santos-Briones conducted 2020 September 16, by Fernanda Espinosa, for the Archives of American Art's Pandemic Oral History Project at Santos-Briones' home in Brooklyn, New York.
New York State Council on the Arts
Brooklyn Children's Museum
28 photographs and 10 sheets of contact prints from the MUSE Conference, held November 1969 in Brooklyn.
Abram Tromka papers
166 slides and photographs of Tromka's work; 3 photos of Tromka in his studio; a biographical sketch by Ann Tromka; 4 letters from Philip Evergood; 2 etching plates, 1 by Tromka and 1 by Jerome Myers; and correspondence with Syracuse University.
Ted Egri photographs of work for the Federal Art Project
Photographs of the paintings, sketches and murals Egri did for Brooklyn College, a project of the FAP.
Willard F. Midgette papers
A career resume and brief autobiographical sketch; photographs of Midgette; Midgette's models, and studio; sketches; slides; published and unpublished articles, poems, and reviews; 15 typescripts of lectures, 1966-1978; personal notes on art, ca. 1973-1978; seven photographs of Midgette's work; a 24-page essay about the style of the Parthenon; exhibition catalogs; clippings; and miscellany …
Helen Appleton Read papers
Correspondence, biographical data, writings, lectures, articles, printed material, scrapbooks, and photographs.
Nancy Sussman Ranson papers
Correspondence; biographical data; 2 sketchbooks; catalogs and exhibit announcements; photographs of Nancy Ranson; photographs and slides of Ranson's work; clippings and other printed material, including a volume of 54 original lithographic advertisements by members of the Artists Equity Association, IMPROVISATIONS, Vol. IV published by Artists Equity Fund, Inc., 1953; papers relating to the …
Henry Chalfant Subway Graffiti Series Photographs
Anne Arnold papers
Biographical material, correspondence, writings, teaching files, scrapbooks, photographs, printed material, and audio visual material relating to the career of sculptor and educator Anne Arnold.
American Society of Contemporary Artists records
Brooklyn Society of Artists (New York, N.Y.)
Correspondence, (1951-1970), business records (1917-1980), scrapbooks (1949-1970), and printed material (1933-1985).