This finding aid was digitized with funds generously provided by the Smithsonian Institution Women's Committee.
These records consist primarily of Special Events files. Also included is a small amount of administrative material and records of the annual Frisbee Festival, 1977-1983. Other Frisbee Festival materials can be found throughout the collection.
This finding aid was digitized with funds generously provided by the Smithsonian Women's Committee.
This accession consists of files on dinners and social events during the tenure of Secretary S. Dillon Ripley. Materials also include personal and professional correspondence with friends and colleagues.
This accession consists of records documenting the management of grant funds and budgetary matters for Smithsonian museums by the Assistant Secretary for the Arts and Humanities, Tom L. Freudenheim. Many materials concern the administration of the Special Exhibitions Fund and the Collections Acquisition Fund. Records were created and maintaine...
These records consist of materials regarding the National Survey of Accessibility in Museums in the United States, carried out by the Office of Museum Programs. Some exhibition records are also included, most notably "More Than Land or Sky: Art from Appalachia." Other records relating to the National Survey of Accessibility in Museums in ...
This accession consists of records documenting the planning and development of educational activities, workshops, special events, and other educational programs at the Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery. In approximately 2007, the department was renamed Education and Public Programs, but it reverted back to the Department ...
The papers of New York painter and educator Marcia Marcus measure 8.3 linear feet and .389 gigabytes (1 computer file), and date from 1928-2016, with the bulk of the materials dating from 1950-2000. The papers include biographical material, correspondence, interviews, writings (including two diaries), project files, personal business records, printed material, photographic material, eight sketchbooks, and artwork. Extensive personal and professional correspondence is with her husband and close friends, galleries, museums, and other arts organizations. Notable correspondents include Sally Avery, Dody Müller, and Robert (Bob) Richenburg, and, to a lesser extent, Dorothy Gill Barnes, Elaine Benson, Elaine de Kooning, Grace Hartigan, and Myron Stout. Photographic material includes photographs of Marcus at all stages of her life and photographs and slides documenting her paintings.
The papers of abstract artist Alice Trumbull Mason date from 1921 to 1977 and measure 1.3 linear feet. The collection documents her career as a painter, particularly her role as one of the founders of the American Abstract Artists group, through biographical materials; correspondence with family, friends, fellow artists, art galleries, museums, and organizations; writings and notes, including notebooks of poetry and other creative writings; a small amount of printed material; photographs of Mason, friends, and her artwork; and original artwork, including five sketchbooks.
The papers of painter, muralist, and educator Charles Pollock measure 3.1 linear feet and date from 1875 to 1994. Found within the papers are biographical materials; family and personal correspondence; subject files on art and professional topics; writings; printed material; artwork, including political cartoons and figurative sketches; and photographs of Pollock, his family and friends, and his work.