Anita Faatz interviews SUPPRESSED RECORD, 1970-1971

Faatz, Anita J. (Anita Josephine), d. 1999
Educator, Social worker
Active in Doylestown, Pa.

Collection size: 23 sound cassettes.

Collection Summary: Interviews of twenty-six individuals associated with the painter Morris Louis conducted by Anita Faatz. Many of the interviewees were Louis' students and friends. They speak of their relationships with Louis, his personality, work habits, and views on art.

Interview tapes are available for all interviewees except for Kenneth Noland, who asked not to have his interview recorded. Only Faatz's notes, made immediately following the interview, are available. In addition, written commentary about Morris Louis exists for three of the interviewees: Pauline Shereshefsky, Sybil Meyersburg, and Helen Jacobson.

Biographical/Historical Note: Social worker and educator, died 1999. At the time of the interview project, she was Director of the Otto Rank Association, Doylestown, Pennsylvania.

Donated 1976 by Marcella Brenner.

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