Violet Oakley autograph and photograph
Oakley's autograph and a photograph of her.
Suzanne Linda Miller papers
Two photographs of her work and a story she wrote to accompany her "Visit to the Jungle" mural which was placed in a school library in Long Beach, Calif., in 1939.
Dorothy Stewart papers
5 sketchbooks; 1 pamphlet, "Greek Measures in Maya Architecture,"; 3 limited edition books, A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM, HAMLET, and HANDBOOK OF INDIAN DANCES, all privately printed on hand-pressed paper; 21 photographs and reproductions of Stewart's work; and 5 miscellaneous items.
Olinka Hrdy papers
Correspondence, photographs and printed material, 1913-1955.
Adele McGinnis Herter and Albert Herter papers
Herter, Albert, 1871-1950
Correspondence, 1882-1913, 1919-1946, between Adele and Albert, and letters from McGinnis and Herter family members; bills and receipts, mainly for household expenses; address books; clippings; and family photographs.
Bertha Hellman newspaper clippings
Clippings regarding Hellman's Public Works of Art Project mural for the Houston, Texas post office, 1934.
Mary Reardon papers
Biographical material; printed material; early childhood drawings by Reardon; photographs of Reardon and her works of art; files on major mural commissions and programs; files on Mexico, including the mural school of David Alfaro Siquieros; studio records; photographs of Reardon and her work; correspondence; sketches; and clippings. Major mural commissions …
Lucienne Bloch photographs of murals
Photographs of Bloch's murals in the House of Detention for Women in New York City, for Madison House, and for George Washington High School; and photographs of unknown demonstrators.
Oral history interview with Ruth Gikow
106 Pages (Transcript)
An interview of Ruth Gikow conducted 1968 Oct. 24-28, by Forrest Selvig, for the Archives of American Art.
Arthur and Jean Goodwin Ames papers
Ames, Jean Goodwin, 1903-1986
The microfilmed Arthur and Jean Goodwin Ames papers contain illustrations of murals by Arthur Ames; a biographical sketch of the artists; the WPA-FAP publication Southern California Creates; and miscellany.