Oral history interview with Charles Searles
An interview of Charles Searles conducted 1991 June 13, by Cynthia Veloric, for the Archives of American Art Philadelphia Project.
Oral history interview with Irwin Hollander
32 Pages (Transcript)
An interview of Irwin Hollander conducted 1970 June 19, by Paul Cummings, for the Archives of American Art.
Richard Guggenheimer papers
UNMICROFILMED: Letters; writings, including articles, notes, and manuscripts of "New Dimensions of Destiny," "Sight and Insight," "Creative Vision," and others; diaries; sketchbooks; photographs; and printed material.
Elizabeth Campbell Fisher Clay papers
The papers of Massachusetts lithographer and etcher Elizabeth Campbell Fisher Clay measure 1.9 linear feet and 0.057 GB and date from circa 1873 to circa 2015, with the bulk of materials from 1890 to 1930. This collection includes biographical materials, correspondence, writings, fifteen diaries, six travel diaries, teaching files, artwork, printed materials, and photographs.
Oral history interview with Serge Sabarsky
Long, Rose-Carol Washton
An interview of Serge Sabarsky conducted 1993 April 22, by Rose-Carol Washton Long, for the Archives of American Art.
Edward Pierre and Mary Willard Vine Buyck papers
Buyck, Mary Willard Vine
Papers relating to the activities and careers of Edward Pierre and Mary Willard Vine Buyck, a couple active in art related activities in New York State in the 1930's and 1940's.
Virginia Teague papers relating to the Armory Show
The papers of New York historian Virginia Teague measure 0.2 linear feet and date from 1913-1962, with the bulk of materials from 1913-1917. The papers consist of scattered records and papers compiled by Virginia Teague for the intended purpose of writing a history of the 1913 Armory Show, also known as the International Exhibition of Modern Art, organized by the Association of American Painters and Sculptors (AAPS). Documents include correspondence, business records, and printed material mostly in connection with the Copley Society and AAPS.
Barse Miller slides and printed material
Biographical information; lists of art work and magazine clippings regarding Miller's service during WWII in a South Pacific Combat Artists Unit, 1942-1945; 39 slides of Miller's paintings, 1930-1973; and 11 exhibition catalogs and announcements, 1961-1977;.
Carl Weinedel passport
A U.S. passport issued to Weinedel in Washington, D.C., March 14, 1831. The passport indicates his travels through Germany in 1831-1832 and gives an 1796 birthdate that calls into question the 1795 birthdate in current biographical dictionaries.
Ron Meyers papers relating to Frans Wildenhain
28 letters (one written on an exhibition announcement) and 5 postcards to Meyers from Wildenhain, sent from Wildenhain's home in Pittsford, N.Y. and while traveling in Florida, Mexico, and Europe. The letters describe his travels and daily activities.