Oral history interview with Hale Woodruff
Interview of Hale Woodruff conducted 1968 November 18, by Al Murray, for the Archives of American Art.
Winifred L. Stoelting material on Hale Woodruff
An abstract of Stoelting's PhD. dissertation at Emory Univesity, "Hale Woodruff, Artist and Teacher: Through the Atlanta Years."
Panel discussion, "Return to Subject Matter"
A panel discussion "The Return to Subject Matter," held 1960 Jan. 28 at an annual meeting of the College Art Association in New York City, and taped by an unidentified member of the Archives of American Art staff. Participants are Thomas McKey Folds, Stephen Greene, Boris Margo, and Ad Reinhardt, with Hale …
Robert P. Johnston papers
Material compiled by Johnston relating to ceramicist and sculptor William Ellisworth Artis and painter Hale Woodruff and one letter to Johnston from Karl Knaths.
Hale Woodruff papers
The papers of African American painter, muralist, and arts educator Hale Woodruff measure 0.6 linear feet and date from 1920 to 1977 with the bulk of the collection dating from the 1960s to the 1970s. The papers contain biographical material, professional files, writings, printed material, photographs, and photocopies of a scrapbook, and of artwork.
Gallery 256 records
The scattered records of the Provincetown, Massachusetts cooperative Gallery 256 measure 0.2 linear feet and cover the gallery's brief period of existence from 1953 to 1955. Administrative records include a list of member addresses, a statement of the gallery's legal status, financial records, and an attendance book. Also found are printed material and a several photos of artwork.
James Mullen Christmas card collection
The James Mullen Christmas card collection includes 80 original Christmas cards and accompanying prints created by artists, consisting of etchings, drawings, silkscreen images, watercolors and collages. Nineteen of the cards were created by Mullen and sent to his colleagues. Also included are studies by Mullen and original accompanying zinc plate and …
Charles Henry Alston papers
The scattered papers of African American and Harlem Renaissance painter, muralist, illustrator, sculptor, and educator Charles Henry Alston measure 0.9 linear feet and date from 1924-1980. Included are biographical materials, correspondence, commission and teaching files, writings and notes, printed materials, and photographs. Notable correspondents include Romare Bearden, Byron Browne, Jacob Lawrence, and Hale Woodruff.
Esther G. Rolick papers
The papers of painter and educator Esther Rolick measure 3.7 linear feet and date from 1940 to 1985. The papers document Rolick's career through correspondence with friends and colleagues; writings, including unpublished illustrated books for children; business records; printed material and scrapbooks of clippings and exhibition catalogs; artwork including a sketchbook; photographs of artwork, travels around the world, and personal photographs; and sound recordings of interviews with prominent African American artists.
Hughie Lee-Smith papers
The papers of painter and educator Hughie Lee-Smith measure 33.7 linear feet and 0.381 GB and date from circa 1890 to 2007, with the bulk of the material dating from 1931 to 1999. The collection documents Lee-Smith's career through biographical material, personal and professional correspondence, writings by Lee-Smith and others, personal business records, exhibition files, organization records, printed material, scrapbooks, photographs, a small amount of artwork, numerous interviews, and recordings for a documentary film on Lee-Smith. Also found are the papers of artist Rex Goreleigh, a friend of Lee-Smith.