Forrest Bess letters
Correspondence with Mrs. Wanda K. Sivells, Director, J. M. Hodges Learning Center, Wharton County Junior College, Wharton, Texas, regarding Bess' paintings and the donation of his personal library to Wharton Library.
Dana Friis-Hansen papers on Forrest Bess
Papers by and about Forrest Bess, including: copies of letters, 1963-1980; exhibition catalogs, 1962-1981; copies of clippings, 1950-1983; and press releases, 1981.
Forrest Bess photographs and slides
This collection of Forrest Bess photographs and slides consists of 20 photographs, 38 slides, and 38 negatives, and dates from circa 1981. 20 color prints and 31 slides are of works of art by Forrest Bess; some, if not all, are from the collection of Harry Burkhart of Bay City, Texas. Negatives are labeled "Fridge Curtis" and are also of artwork by Bess. Also found are 5 slides of works by Bess from the Hawkins Ranch collection, and 2 slides of works from the Margaret and Austen Furse collection.
Forrest Bess letters to L. E. and Patricia Cooke
The Forrest Bess letters to L.E. and Patricia Cooke, date from circa 1963-1964 and consist of photocopies of two letters and twelve slides of two paintings. Bess writes concerning two paintings owned by the Cookes, and discusses Carl Jung, and the reactions of the unconscious to Bess's work.
John Money papers
Correspondence with Forrest Bess; a report, 1976, on Bess' visit to the V. A. Hospital; and an article, 1976, "Three Causes of Genital Self-surgery and their Relationship to Transexualism" by Money and Michael De Priest.
Roy Fridge interview
Interview of Roy Fridge conducted by Ned Rifkin. Fridge speaks of the painter, Forrest Bess.
Rosalie Berkowitz papers relating to Forrest Bess (reel 3752)
Correspondence between Forrest Bess and Rosalie Berkowitz.
Louis Waldman research material on Forrest Bess
The Louis Waldman research material on Forrest Bess measures 0.6 linear feet and dates from circa 1951-1989. This collection consists of photocopies of biographical material; photocopies of letters to and from Bess; Waldman's research correspondence; compiled material on Bess's exhibitions including a list of known exhibitions, announcements, catalogs, clippings, reviews; and writings by Waldman.
The New Arts records
Files on artists and people associated with the gallery, including: Forrest Bess, James Boynton, Lawrence Calcagno, Joseph Cornell, André Emmerich, Max Ernst, Walter Kuhlman, Peter Plagens, Hassel Smith, Richard Steinberg, Jean Varda, and others. The files usually contain correspondence, exhibition catalogs and announcements, clippings, and photographs. Also included are exhibition …
Marc Moldawer papers
Correspondence; lists of paintings; printed material; photographs of works of art; and slides.