Oral history interview with Marian Willard Johnson
Interview of Marian Willard Johnson conducted by Paul Cummings for the Archives of American Art.
University of Michigan Museum of Art records
Correspondence; donor files; inventories; and printed material relating to the Museum's collection and exhibitions.
David Smith papers
Correspondence; sketchbooks; sketches; scrapbooks; exhibition catalogs; photographs; business records; and printed material.
Ralph M. Rosenborg papers
Untranscribed interviews and recordings; four albums of photographs of Rosenborg's paintings, 1938-1980; and 9 scrapbooks, 1935-1991, containing clippings, letters, publicity, and photographs of Rosenborg.
Arthur L. and Joyce Lyon Dahl papers
Dahl, Joyce Lyon
Letters; photographs; writings; sketches; financial records; a scrapbook; a phonograph album; exhibition announcements and clippings mainly relating to Mark Tobey.
Willard Gallery records
The records of New York Willard Gallery measure 0.6 linear feet and date from circa 1940 to 1956. The collection relates to artist David Smith and includes printed materials regarding exhibitions, artist statements, a set of notecards containing detailed information on artworks by Smith, and correspondence between Smith, Marian Willard, and Smith's wife Dorothy Dehner, and with galleries and clients concerning exhibitions, loans, and sales.
Mark Tobey papers
Biographical material; correspondence; financial records; Baha'i material; music; writings; art works; printed material; and photographs.
Lee Gatch papers
Correspondence, notebooks, writings, photographs, catalogs and other publications.
Perry Townsend Rathbone papers
The papers of museum director Perry Townsend Rathbone measure 4.3 linear feet and date from 1929 to 1985. The papers document Rathbone's career as museum director of the City Art Museum of St. Louis and the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, and his later work with Christie's New York office. Found within the papers are biographical materials, correspondence with friends and colleagues, writings, professional and project files, printed materials, and photographs, mostly of exhibitions.
American Ethnological Society records
Ewbank, Thomas, 1792-1870
French, Kathrine S. (Kathrine Story), 1922-2006
The records of the American Ethnological Society (AES) document its activities from its founding in 1842 through the mid-1960s. The American Ethnological Society is the oldest anthropological association in America. It has been interested in publishing and promoting study of different cultures in the Americas from its founding in 1842 to the present. Materials include correspondence, reports, and financial records relating to the administrative functions of the organization.