Emmy Lou Packard papers, 1900-1990

A Finding Aid to the Emmy Lou Packard Papers, 1900-1990, in the Archives of American Art, by Jean Fitzgerald

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Biographical Information

Emmy Lou Packard was born in Imperial Valley, California on April 15, 1914, to Walter and Emma Leonard Packard. In the late 1920s she lived with her family in Mexico City where she became acquainted with Diego Rivera, from whom she received regular art criticism and encouragement. She graduated from University of California, Berkeley and completed courses in fresco and sculpture at the California School of Fine Arts in 1940. That year and the next, Packard worked as a full-time painting assistant to Rivera on his 1,650 square-foot fresco at the World's Fair in San Francisco. During this project, Packard became very close to Rivera and Frida Kahlo and returned to Mexico with them and spent a year living with the couple.

From then on, except for a year spent in 1943 working for a defense plant, Packard worked and grew in various aspects of her art. In addition to her work in fresco, Packard is known for her work in watercolor, oil, mosaic, laminated plastic, concrete and printmaking, both in linocuts and woodblocks. She went to Europe, received numerous commissions that included installations for ships, hotels, and private homes for which she executed large woodcuts and mural panels. During the 1950s and 1960s, Packard was hired to restore several historic murals, most notably the Rincon Annex Post Office mural by Anton Refregier and the Coit Tower murals in San Francisco.

Between 1966 and 1967 commissioned by architects, she designed and executed a number of concrete and mosaic pieces, one of which went to the Mirabeau Restaurant in Kaiser Center, Oakland. She also designed and executed a mural for the Fresno Convention Center Theater in that same period. In 1973-1974, she designed and supervised a glazed brick mural for a public library in Pinole, California.

Packard had one-woman shows at the San Francisco Museum of Art, the Raymond and Raymond Gallery (San Francisco), the Addison Gallery of American Art (Andover, Mass.), Connecticut Academy of Fine Arts, the Pushkin Museum (Moscow), and the March Gallery in Chicago. Emmy Lou Packard died in 1998.

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Overview of the Collection

Scope and Contents

The Emmy Lou Packard papers measure 9.4 linear feet and date from 1900 to 1990, and focus on the career of painter, printmaker, muralist, and sculptor Emmy Lou Packard. Also found are extensive materials relating to Packard's personal and professional relationship with muralist Diego Rivera and painter Frida Kahlo, with whom Packard lived for one year in Mexico. Papers include correspondence, financial records, notes, writings, exhibition files, photographs, and printed material.

Biographical materials include resumes and personal fomrs and certificates. Correspondence is with family, friends, and colleagues, including muralist Anton Refregier, songwriter Malvina Reynolds, and composer John Edmunds. There is one letter from Dorothea Lange. Also found is correspondence with various political and arts organizations, such as the American Civil Liberties Union and the Russian magazine Soviet Woman. Much of the correspondence discusses personal relationships and political and art-related activities. Additional correspondence with and concerning Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo is arranged in Series 6.

Personal business records found within the papers include real estate and rent records, insurance records, price lists for art work, consignment records, and miscellaneous receipts. There is one interview transcript of an interview with Packard for the Radical Elders Oral History Project. The papers include a series of notebooks/diaries, address lists, and other notes, as well as typescripts and additional writings by Packard and others. Exhibition and project files for many of Packard's commissioned projects are also found within the collection, including her files for the restoration of Anton Refregier's Rincon Annex Post Office mural in San Francisco and the Coit Tower murals in San Francisco. Many of the project files contain correspondence, reports, contracts, printed material, photographs, and art work. Additional art work consists of orginal drawings and prints by Packard and others not directly associated with projects.

The papers also include photographs of Packard, her family, residences, artwork, friends, and colleagues, including Cesar Chavez, Juan O'Gorman, Malvina Reynolds, Charles Safford, Ralph Stackpole, and Tennessee Williams. Two scrapbooks are found as well as additional printed materials such as clippings and exhibition announcements and catalogs.

Packard's reference files and personal documents documenting her professional and close personal relationship with Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo are arranged into a separate series and include her research files for a planned, but unpublished, book on the two artists, personal letters between Packard and the couple, as well as several interesting photographs. Also found in this series are notes, writings, and printed materials relating to Diego Rivera, Frida Kahlo, and other Mexican artists, such as Covarrubius, Juan O'Gorman, and Pablo O'Higgins.

Arrangement and Series Description

The collection is arranged into fifteen series.

Subjects and Names

This collection is indexed in the online catalog of the Archives of American Art under the following terms:

Subjects:

  • O'Gorman, Juan, 1905-
  • Kahlo, Frida
  • Lange, Dorothea
  • Rivera, Diego, 1886-1957
  • Covarrubias, Miguel, 1904-1957
  • O'Higgins, Pablo, 1904-
  • Public Works of Art Project

Subjects-Topical:

  • Mural painting and decoration, Mexican
  • Mural painting and decoration, American
  • Sculptors -- California -- San Francisco
  • Muralists -- California -- San Francisco
  • Painters -- California -- San Francisco
  • Printmakers -- California -- San Francisco

Types of Materials:

  • Photographs
  • Works of art
  • Scrapbooks
  • Sketches
  • Diaries
  • Interviews

Names:

  • Reynolds, Malvina
  • O'Gorman, Juan, 1905-
  • Edmunds, John, 1913-
  • Rivera, Diego, 1886-1957
  • Kahlo, Frida
  • Refregier, Anton, 1905-
  • American Civil Liberties Union

Provenance

Emmy Lou Packard donated her papers to the Archives of American Art from 1985-1988.

How the Collection was Processed

The collection was processed by Jean Fitzgerald in 2002.


How to Use the Collection

Restrictions on Use

The collection is open for research. Patrons must use microfilm copy.

Ownership & Literary Rights

The Emmy Lou Packard papers are owned by the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution. Literary rights as possessed by the donor have been dedicated to public use for research, study, and scholarship. The collection is subject to all copyright laws.

Available Formats

The microfilm is available on microfilm reels 5812-5820 and for interlibrary loan.

How to Cite this Collection

Emmy Lou Packard papers, 1900-1990. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.

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Detailed Description and Container Inventory

Series 1: Biographical Material, 1942-1985
(Box 1; 1 folder)

One file containing resumes, a 1942 report card, an application form, a driver's license, and a 1973 prenuptial agreement with Louis Jackson Owen

Box Reel
1 5812 Biographical Material, 1942-1985

Series 2: Correspondence, 1919-1990, undated
(Boxes 1-3; 2.6 linear feet)

Chronologically arranged correspondence files primarily with family and colleagues discussing personal relationships and political and art-related activities in the San Francisco area. Correspondents include Anton Refregier, songwriter Malvina Reynolds, and composer John Edmunds. Packard also corresponded with various organizations such as the American Civil Liberties Union, and publishers of the Russian magazine Soviet Woman. There is also one letter from Dorothea Lange. Undated letters are arranged alphabetically according to the correspondents' surnames.

See Appendix A for an alphabetized list of notable correspondents. See Also Series 6, Reference Files on Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo for additional correspondence.

See index for Notable Correspondents from Series 2: Correspondence

Box Reel
1 5812 First Names Known, undated
1 5812 Surnames Beginning with A -L, undated
1 5812 Surnames Beginning with M - Z, undated
1 5812 Chronological Correspondence, 1919-September, 1969
(53 folders)
1 5813 Chronological Correspondence, September, 1969 - December, 1971
(18 folders)
Box Reel
2 5813 Chronological Correspondence, January, 1972 - November, 1980
(66 folders)
2 5814 Chronological Correspondence, December, 1980 - December, 1981
(7 folders)
2 5814 Chronological Correspondence, December, 1980 - December, 1981
(7 folders)
Box Reel
3 5814 Chronological Correspondence, January, 1982 - 1990
(39 folders)
Box Reel
2 5814 Chronological Correspondence, December, 1980 - December, 1981
(7 folders)

Series 3: Personal Business Records, 1945-1985, undated
(Box 3; 21 folders)

Personal business records arranged chronologically that document many of Packard's business and personal transactions not directly associated with specific projects. This series includes a contract, real estate records, rent records, insurance records, price lists for art prints, consignment records for galleries and art centers, and receipts.

Box Reel
3 5814 Contract with Alfonso Pardinas, 1957
3 5814 Real Estate Records, 1959-1975
(2 folders)
3 5814 Real Estate Records, 1959-1975
(2 folders)
3 5814 Real Estate Records, 1959-1975
(2 folders)
3 5814 Real Estate Records, 1959-1975
(2 folders)
3 5814 Real Estate Records, 1959-1975
(2 folders)
3 5814 Real Estate Records, 1959-1975
(2 folders)
3 5814 Real Estate Records, 1959-1975
(2 folders)
3 5814 Rent Records, 1970-1980
3 5814 Insurance Records, 1978-1981
3 5814 Price Lists for Prints, 1962-1981
3 5814 Consignment Records, Gallery West 1970-1974
3 5814 Consignment Records, Mendocino Art Center, 1970-1979
3 5814 Consignment Records, Collectors Graphics, 1973
3 5814 Consignment Records, Collectors Gallery, Oakland Museum 1973-1979
(2 folders)
3 5814 Consignment Records, Gallery Fair, Mendocino Gallery, 1973-1979
(3 folders)
3 5814 Consignment Records, Pines and Needles, 1973-1979
3 5814 Consignment Records, March Gallery, Roy Boyd Gallery, 1973-1976
3 5814 Consignment Records, Specialty Art of California, Inc., 1975
3 5814 Consignment Records, Mary Williams, 1974-1978
3 5814 Receipts, 1945-1985
(2 folders)

Series 4: Interview Transcript, 1979
(Box 3; 1 folder)

Transcript of an interview of Emmy Lou Packard by Louise Gilbert for the Radical Elders Oral History Project, "The Early Years," 1979.

Box Reel
3 5814 Transcript of an interview of Packard by Louise Gilbert, 1979

Series 5: Notes, 1900-1985
(Boxes 3-4, 10; 1.1 linear foot)

This series consists primarily of numbered notebook/diaries that briefly annotate Packard's daily activities and meetings, thoughts, medications, and food consumption. There are also address lists, minutes of meetings for the Artists Equity Association, membership lists and newsletters for the Graphic Arts Workshop, and notes on various political and social matters, Mexico, and miscellaneous topics. Included in this series are 3 folders of notes on family history, including notes on Elizabeth Ware Packard and Walter Packard, Emmy Lou's father, as well as biographical accounts of Packard's grandparents Samuel and Clara Packard, and a photograph of Packard's great-grandparents Theophilus and Elizabeth Ware Packard. Also found is a file of notes relating to therapy sessions with Dr. Arthur Bazell.

Box Reel
3 5814 Notebook/Diaries #1, #2, 1938-1939
3 5815 Notebook/Diaries #3, #4, 1941-1942
Box Reel
4 5815 Notebook/Diaries #5-#21, 1956-1985
(13 folders)
4 5815 Notebook/Diaries #22, #23, 1985
4 5816 Notebook/Diaries #22, #23 (Continued from Reel 5815), 1985
4 5816 Annotated Wall Calendars (see also Box 10), 1974
4 5816 Notes of Conversations with Dr. Arthur Bazell (therapist), 1972
4 5816 Mailing and Address Lists, 1969-1985
(3 folders)
4 5816 Artists Equity Association Meeting Minutes, 1949-1956
(2 folders)
4 5816 Graphic Arts Workshop Newsletters and Member List, 1971-1973
4 5816 Family History Notes, 1900-1978
4 5816 Notes on Elizabeth Ware Packard, undated
4 5816 Notes on Walter Packard (father), 1944-1974
4 5816 Notes on Alonzo Aquilar (Mexican economist), undated
4 5816 Notes on Alexander Gumberg (former secretary to Lenin), 1924-1966
4 5816 Notes on Frederick Douglas, 1972
4 5816 Notes on Alonzo Aquilar (Mexican economist), undated
4 5816 Notes on Political and Social Issues, 1956-1971, undated
(4 folders)
4 5816 Notes on Alonzo Aquilar (Mexican economist), undated
4 5816 Notes on Mexico, 1971-1982
(3 folders)
4 5816 Song Lyrics, 1946, undated
4 5816 Notes on Tide Pool Aquariums, 1963-1964
4 5816 Notes on San Francisco City Planning Code, 1967-1974
4 5816 Miscellaneous Notes, 1964-1985, undated
(4 folders)
Box Reel
10 (sol) 5816 Oversized Annotated Wall Calendar, 1983

Series 6: Reference Files on Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo, 1929-1986
(Box 5, 10, OV 11; 0.9 linear feet)

This series houses correspondence, notes, writings, photographs, and printed material documenting Packard's close business and personal relationship with Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo, including Packard's research for her planned, but unpublished book on the couple. The correspondence includes letters from Rivera, Kahlo, and Mexican mural painters Juan O'Gorman and Pablo O'Higgins. Photographs in this series include those of Rivera, Kahlo, Packard and others, both individually and together; many are quite personal and rare. Included are photographs of Rivera painting a portrait of Frances Rich; Rivera with Rich; Rivera holding hands with Packard; Rivera and Packard at the Alamo; Rivera and Packard in Coyoacan, Mexico, photographed by Kahlo; Kahlo and Packard photographed by Rivera; Rivera eating; Rivera playing with a spider monkey; Kahlo sitting in doorway; Rivera and Kahlo at lunch in Coyoacan, Mexico; Kahlo in jeans leaning against a wall; Rivera with pre-Columbian stone figures. This series also includes sketches by Rivera, Kahlo, and Covarrubias.

The correspondence is arranged chronologically.

See index for Notable Correspondents from Series 6: Reference File on Diego River and Frida Kahlo

Box Reel
5 5816 Chronological Correspondence (includes letters from Kahlo and Rivera), 1929 - June 1983, undated
(26 folders)
5 5817 Chronological Correspondence (includes letters from Kahlo and Rivera), July, 1983 - 1986
(7 folders)
5 5817 Receipts and Invoices, 1981-1982
5 5817 Caricatures of Rivera drawn on a menu by Covarrubias, undated
5 5817 Sketches and Doodles by Frida Kahlo, undated
5 5817 Sketches and Doodles by Diego Rivera (See Also OV 11), 1941, undated
Box Reel
OV 11 5817 Oversized Sketches and Doodles by Diego Rivera, 1941, undated
Box Reel
5 5817 Transcript of an Interview of Giacomo Patri by Packard, undated
5 5817 Notebook concerning Repair of Rivera Fresco at San Francisco City College by Packard (includes photographs of Packard and Rivera), 1940-1982
(4 folders)
5 5817 Notes, undated
(2 folders)
5 5817 Notes from a Lecture by Rivera, 1930
5 5817 Writings, "An Account of Rivera's Work on the Fresco at the Golden Gate International Exposition, 1940", 1958
5 5817 Text for Packard's Unpublished Book, 1976-1985
(4 folders)
5 5817 "The Paintings of Emmy Lou Packard" by Diego Rivera, 1941
5 5817 Statement for the San Francisco Housing and Planning Association by Diego Rivera, 1941
5 5817 "Discurso en el Aniversario de la Muerte de Frida Kahlo" by Juan O'Gorman, 1964
5 5817 Biographical Account of Packard by Sharon Patton, 1977
5 5817 Photograph of Ralph Stackpole with Rivera and Kahlo, 1931
5 5817 Photographs of Rivera, Rivera with Kahlo, Rivera with Packard, and Kahlo with Packard, 1941, undated
5 5817 Photographs of Kahlo's Studio and Rivera's Pan American Unity Mural in San Francisco, 1941, 1959
5 5817 Packard at Kahlo's House/Museum, taken by Charles Irvine, 1976
5 5817 Photograph of Pablo O'Higgins, 1977
5 5817 Photograph of Aztec dancers celebrating Rivera's birthday in front of City College Fresco, 1981
5 5817 Photograph of Packard and Ruth Cravath by Don Beatty, 1982
5 5817 Photograph of Packard Authenticating a Rivera Fresco in Bellas Artes, Mexico City, 1982
5 5817 Photographs of Artwork by Kahlo, undated
5 5817 Photographs of Artwork by Rivera, circa 1971
5 5817 Photographs of Artwork by Juan O'Gorman, 1977
Box Reel
10 (sol) 5817 Oversized Photographs of Packard, Rivera, and Kahlo, 1941, undated
Box Reel
5 5817 Clippings, 1936-1983, undated
(3 folders)
5 5817 Exhibitions Announcements and Catalogs, 1978-1984
5 5817 Miscellaneous Printed Material, 1978, undated

Series 7: Writings By Packard, 1953-1984
(Box 5; 17 folders)

Writings (typescripts) by Packard concerning various political and art interests, arranged chronologically.

Box Reel
5 5817 Biographical account, undated
5 5817 "Logging in Mendocino," undated
5 5817 "Printmaking with Linoleum and Wood," undated
5 5817 "Russian Art Today," undated
5 5817 "Tide-pool Aquarium," undated
5 5817 "Tribute to Charlie Safford," 1953
5 5817 "Person to Person Call!," circa 1965
5 5817 "Brussels," 1965
5 5817 "Prague: From Baroque to the Non-Object," 1965
5 5817 "Mendocino Artists Have Record Year," 1965
5 5817 "The Truth About Revolutionary Painters, The People, The USA, and All That Jazz If You Really Want to Know," 1965
5 5817 "Impressions on Reading the Introduction, Chapter I and Chapter II of 'Fat Cats and Democrats' by Bill Domhoff," 1972
5 5817 "Statement at the Time of Donald Cairns' Possible Dishonorable Discharge from the Army," 1972
5 5817 "To Those Who Ask Why I Don't Number or Limit Editions of My Hand Prints," 1975
5 5817 "American Graphic Art Exhibit in Uzbekistan", 1977
5 5817 "McCarthyism: Attack on the Arts and the Mass Media," for Meiklejohn Symposium, Berkeley, California, 1980
5 5817 "Recollections of Byron Randall," 1983-1984

Series 8: Writings By Others, 1955-1984, undated
(Box 5-6; 19 folders)

Writings (typescripts and manuscripts) by Other Authors concerning politics, art, and Packard's family.

Box Reel
5 5817 "Richard Correll," by an unidentified author, undated
5 5817 "Ugli Amici di Reality," by Renato Guttuso, undated
5 5817 "Betrayal or Blessing, An Attempt to Analyze the Czechoslovak Occupation," by Hugh B. Hester, undated
5 5817 "Should Berkeley Own Its Own Power Distribution System and Buy Its Power from Some Suitable Public Agency," by Walter E. Packard, undated
5 5817 "The Preservation of Public Art: Problems and Proposals," by Marlene Park, undated
5 5817 "Three Fables," by Allan Temko, undated
5 5817 "Four Fables," by Allan Temko, undated
5 5817 "Artists As Light Sharers," by Althya Clark Youngman, undated
Box Reel
6 5817 KCBS: "This is San Francisco: The Painted Birds," by J. G., 1955
6 5817 "Indonesia: Victory or Defeat?," by an unidentified author, 1965
6 5817 "Indonesia: Victory or Defeat?," by an unidentified author, 1968
6 5817 "In Czechoslovakia, The West is Checkmated," by J. B. C. Woods, 1968
6 5817 "On the Life of Lucien Labaudt," by Emily Maloney, 1969
6 5817 "On the Life of Lucien Labaudt," by Emily Maloney, 1969
6 5817 "Introduction to Bancroft Library Tape of Walter Packard", by Allan Temko, 1970
6 5817 "Emmy Lou Packard," by Claudia Lettman Bubeck for the Womans' Art Caucus, 1979
6 5817 "A Short Biography of Emmy Lou Packard," by Nikki Bridges, 1980
6 5817 "As We Live and Perceive," by Sydney H. Williams, 1984
6 5817 Poem: "Foothill Bay: A Vivid and Ironic Saga," by Sydney H. Williams, 1984

Series 9: Art Work, 1921-1976, undated
(Box 6; 10 folders)

Original art work by Packard and others, including Anton Refregier, possibly Pablo O'Higgins, and Ethel Weiner.

Box Reel
6 5817 Drawings by Packard, undated
(2 folders)
6 5817 Ink Drawings by Packard, undated
(2 folders)
6 5817 Linoleum Block Print by Packard, undated
6 5817 Linoleum Block Prints with Silk-screened Color by Packard, 1946
6 5817 Linoleum Block Print with ink-drawn details for the Farm Worker invitation by Packard, 1975
6 5817 Drawings by Pablo O'Higgins (or possibly by Ethel Weiner), undated
6 5817 Woodcut by Anton Refregier, 1921
6 5817 Drawings by Ethel Weiner, 1937, undated

Series 10: Exhibition Files, 1950-1964
(Box 6, OV 11; 5 folders)

Letters, writings, a scrapbook, and miscellaneous printed material relating to exhibitions in which Packard participated. The files for the Randall-Packard Print Exhibition in Moscow contain writings, printed materials, and a scrapbook that includes a postcard, clippings, a translation of a letter from Andrei Chegodaev, a note, a photograph of Dementi Shmarinov of the Artists Union in Moscow, two photographs of the exhibition opening, and an exhibition announcement and catalog.

Box Reel
6 5817 San Francisco Art Festival 1950, San Francisco, California, 1950-1951
6 5817 Randall-Packard Print Exhibition, Pushkin Museum, Moscow, 1964
(4 folders)
Box Reel
OV 11 5817 Oversized printed material from the Randall-Packard Print Exhibition, 1964

Series 11: Project Files, 1953-1985
(Box 6-7, 10, OV 11; 1.8 linear feet)

Files for Packard's commissioned projects and her mural restoration work. Many of the project files contain letters, receipts, notes, art work, photographs, and printed material. Of particular interest are the files documenting Packard's restoration work with the Coit Tower murals in San Francisco and Anton Refregier's murals at the Rincon Annex Post Office in San Francisco. Several of the mural restoration project files include scattered letters from artists, such as Anton Refregier and Reuben Kadish, photographs of artists, and photographs of the murals prior to restoration work.

Box Reel
6 5817 Photographs of Plexiglas Mural, Paper Doll Club, San Francisco, California, undated
6 5817 Photographs of Murals completed at Home of Mrs. Stephan Zellerbach, undated
6 5817 Library Murals, Hillcrest Elementary School, San Francisco, 1956
(4 folders)
6 5817 Mural Panels for Various Ships, Matson Navigation Company, San Francisco (includes photographs of the S. S. Mariposa, S. S. Matsonia and the S. S. Lurline, 1956-1972
(3 folders)
6 5817 Photograph of Insignia for Entrance, A. S. Aloe Company, Seattle, 1959
6 5817 Student Center Bas-Relief, University of California, Berkeley (includes photographs of Byron Randall and of Packard with Paule Anglim and Vernon DeMars), 1959-1979
(7 folders)
6 5817 Decorative Wall, Diamond Heights Redevelopment Area, San Francisco See Also OV 11, 1964-1968
(6 folders)
6 5817 Murals and Fountains, Ralph Bollman Water Purification Plant, Concord, California, 1966-1968, undated
(8 folders)
6 5817-5818 Mural, Fresno Convention Center Theater, Fresno, California, 1966-1972
(17 folders)
6 5818 Concrete Mural, Mirabeau Restaurant, Oakland, California, 1966-1980
(10 folders)
6 5818 Brick Mosaic Wall, Pinole Valley Library, Pinole, California (includes a design for a doorway decoration executed in gouache), 1972-1975
(7 folders)
Box Reel
7 5818 Mural by Mission High School Students (Packard served as technical advisor), 1974-1982
(6 folders)
7 5818 Photographs of Mural, West Lake Library, Daly City, California, circa 1977
7 5818 Photographs of Mural, South San Francisco Boys Club, 1978
7 5818 Restoration of Murals by Anton Refregier, Rincon Annex Post Office, San Francisco, California
7 5818 Preliminary Reports, 1978-1979
7 5818 Correspondence (includes 6 letters from Refregier and 1 from Rueben Kadish), 1953-1985
(18 folders)
7 5818 Signatures of Petition Sponsors, 1979
7 5818 Petitions, undated
7 5818 Notes, 1953-1980, undated
(7 folders)
7 5818 Receipts, 1980
7 5818 Photographs (includes one of Packard with Pete Seeger), undated
7 5818 Clippings, 1953-1985, undated
(6 folders)
7 5818 Press Releases, 1978-1979
7 5818 Miscellaneous Printed Material, circa 1953-1980
7 5818 Restoration of Coit Tower Murals, San Francisco
7 5818 Contract, 1975
7 5818 Report Notebook of Letters and Photographs, 1975-1984
(2 folders)
7 5818 Financial records, 1975-1976
7 5818 Letters, 1974-1984
7 5818 Notes, n.d
7 5818 Audiotape of Television Interview of Packard by John Fullmer, undated
7 5818 Photographs of Coit Tower artists Ralph Chesse, Lucien Labaudt, Rinaldo Cuneo, Otis Oldfield, and Bernard Zakheim, undated
7 5818 Photographs of 1962 restoration by Dorothy Puccinelli Cravath, circa 1962
7 5818 Photographs of 1975 restoration by Packard, circa 1975
7 5818 Miscellaneous Printed Material, 1979-1983
7 5818 Restoration of Murals by Helen Forbes and Dorothy Puccinelli Cravath, Fleishacker Memorial Mothers' House Children's Building, San Francisco, circa 1975
(2 folders)
Box Reel
10 (sol) 5818 Oversized, Murals and Fountains, Ralph Bollman Water Purification Plant, Schematic Drawings and Blueprints, 1968, undated
Box Reel
OV 11 5818 Oversized, Concrete Mural, Mirabeau Restaurant, Blueprints, 1967

Series 12: Photographs, 1914-1982,
(Box 8, 10; 0.8 linear feet)

Photographs of Packard, her family, colleagues, residences, art work, miscellaneous art-related events and peace demonstrations. Included in the files are photographs of Packard with Cesar Chavez, Juan O'Gorman, Malvina Reynolds, Charles Safford, Ralph Stackpole, and Tennessee Williams. Also found is one photograph of Emmy Lou Packard signed by Dorothea Lange.

Box Reel
8 5819 Photographs of Emmy Lou Packard
8 5819 With Mother, Sister Clara, Schoolmates, and Son Donald, 1914-1936
8 5819 With Sister, and With Son (See Also Sol 10), circa 1940-1947
8 5819 Of Packard (includes one signed on reverse by Dorothea Lange), 1954
8 5819 Packard's Wedding to Byron Randall, 1959
8 5819 Packard in the studio, with Byron Randall, and with mother (See Also Sol 10), circa 1960 -1971
8 5819 Packard in studio, with her sister, with Byron Randall, with Jack Owen, circa 1970-1979
8 5819 Packard with her sister, circa 1980
Box Reel
10 (sol) 5819 Oversized, Packard with her sister, and son, circa 1940-1947
10 (sol) 5819 Oversized, Packard in the Studio, circa 1960
Box Reel
8 5819 Photographs of Family Members
8 5819 Burton Cairns as a Child, undated
8 5819 Donald Cairns and Family, 1973-1978
8 5819 Byron and Jonathan Randall and of Byron Randall's paintings, 1960s
8 5819 Packard and Jack Owen, 1970s
8 5819 Packard at Miscellaneous Parties, undated
8 5819 Packard at a Thanksgiving gathering, undated
8 5819 Photographs of Packard with Colleagues and Friends
8 5819 Packard with Friends and Colleagues (includes includes Cesar Chavez, Bill Einstein, John Grace (architect), Edgar Kauffman, Juan and Elena O'Gorman, Otis Oldfield, Charles Safford, Ralph Stackpole, Francis Violich, and Tennessee Williams) 1935-1976
(4 folders)
8 5819 Photographs of Charles Safford, circa 1949-1964
8 5819 Photographs of Malvina Reynolds, 1966, undated
8 5819 With Mother, Sister Clara, Schoolmates, and Son Donald, 1914-1936
8 5819 Photographs of Residences and Studios
8 5819 Ranch near Mendocino, 1960s
8 5819 House and Gallery in Mendocino, 1964
(2 folders)
8 5819 Construction of Studio at Mendocino and Completed Studio, 1960s
8 5819 Photographs of Miscellaneous Events
8 5819 Events at the Randall-Packard Gallery, undated
8 5819 Miscellaneous outdoor art exhibitions (include Packard), undated
8 5819 Children's Multi-Culture Institute Art Exhibition (includes Packard), undated
8 5819 Guild Gallery Reception, undated
8 5819 Exhibition of American Graphic Art in Moscow, Russia, 1958
8 5819 Russian Art Exhibition at the Randall-Packard Gallery, 1967
8 5819 Miscellaneous Peace Demonstrations and Marches, 1964-1971
8 5819 Negatives of Miscellaneous Peace Demonstrations and Marches, 1964-1971
8 5819 Photographs of Art Work
8 5819 By Packard, Paintings, 1939-1971
(7 folders)
8 5819 By Packard, Plexiglass, undated
8 5819 By Packard, Sculpture and Mosaics, 1960s
8 5819 By Packard, Prints and Drawings, undated
(2 folders)
8 5819 By Packard, Peace Posters Designed by Packard 1964-1978
8 5819 By Others, Prints and paintings by Byron Randall, undated
8 5819 By Others, Murals and Paintings by Harry Donald Jones, Charles Lobdell, Orozco, 1977
8 5819 By Others, Clay figures and wood sculpture by an unidentified artist, Genni Mucchi, Vladmir Preslik, 1939, 1951, undated
8 5819 By Others, Illustration by Adolf Born, Monotype by Zdena Fibichova, Drawing by Karel Trinkewitz, undated
8 5819 By Others, Miscellaneous murals, 1973-1982
8 5819 Photograph of an Elephant's Trunk, undated

Series 13: Scrapbooks, 1947-1950, undated
(Box 10, 0.2 linear feet)

Two scrapbooks containing photographs and clippings of art work, commissioned projects, clippings, and other printed materials. Scrapbook 1 contains photographs of art work by Packard including plexiglas art work, murals for the Matson Navigation Company, murals for the residence of Mrs. Stephan Zellerbach, mural for the Hillcrest Elementary School, wallpaper designed for James Kemble Mills, an inlaid table, miscellaneous sculpture. Scrapbook 2 contains clippings, exhibition announcement and catalogs, a photograph of painting, photographs of murals, photographs of Packard, and photographs of plexiglass art work.

Box Reel
10 5819 Scrapbook 1, undated
10 5819 Scrapbook 2, 1947-1950

Series 14: Printed Material, 1936-1988, undated
(Box 8-9, 10; 1 linear foot)

Printed materials, including clippings, exhibition announcements and catalogs, prospectuses, press releases, calendars of events, announcements for political rallies, programs, brochures, booklets, books, and reproductions of art work.

Box Reel
8 5819 Clippings, 1936-1980, undated
(16 folders)
Box Reel
9 5819 Clippings, 1981-1988
(6 folders)
9 5819 Exhibition Announcements and Catalogs, 1948-1985, undated
(7 folders)
9 5819-5820 Exhibition Announcements and Catalogs, 1937-1986, undated
(9 folders)
9 5820 Prospectuses, 1966-1973
9 5820 Press Releases, 1982
9 5820 Calendars of Events (see also Sol 10), 1982-1983
9 5820 Announcements for Political Rallies, 1979-1985, undated
9 5820 Programs, 1949-1985, undated
9 5820 Brochures, 1952-1985, undated
(2 folders)
9 5820 San Francisco City Planning booklets designed by Packard, 1947-1948
9 5820 Poems North of Mendocino by C. Grant Loomis, 1962
9 5820 Poems The Soul Book by Malvina Reynolds, 1967
9 5820 Booklet Peace Poems by Children, compiled by Mary Rudge, cover art by Packard, 1984
9 5820 Booklet Peace Poems by Children, compiled by Mary Rudge, cover art by Packard, 1984
9 5820 Booklet Peace Poems by Children, compiled by Mary Rudge, cover art by Packard, 1984
9 5820 Miscellaneous booklets, 1977-1982
9 5820 Art of the United States of America, 1675-1975 by André Chegodaev, 1976
9 5820 San Francisco General Hospital Medical Center Collection, 1978
9 5820 Reproductions of art work by Packard, 1964, undated
9 5820 Reproductions of art work by others, undated
9 5820 Miscellaneous Printed Material, 1979-1984, undated
(2 folders)

Series 15: Artifacts, 1984, undated
(Box 9-10, 2 folders)

An rpm vinyl recording by Malvina Reynolds and a political campaign button.

Box Reel
9 unfilmed Anti-Reagan Campaign Button, 1984
Box Reel
10 (sol) unfilmed Vinyl 45rpm record Malvina Reynolds Sings 'Little Boxes' and 'Cement Octopus', undated

Index: Notable Correspondents from Series 2: Correspondence

  • Aberdeen (Washington) Public Library, 1985 (1 letter)
  • Abraham Lincoln Brigade, 1985 (1 letter)
  • Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Artster Troche, 1965 (1 letter)
  • Acker, Sylvia, 1967 (1 letter)
  • ACLU Foundation of Northern California, 1985
  • Addison Gallery of American Art, 1948-1968 (3 letters)
  • Affiliated Art Groups (AAG), 1955 (3 letters)
  • Agins, Minna, 1974-1980 (6 letters)
  • Alexander-Willis, Hope, 1980-1985 (3 letters)
  • Allen, Wheat and Rosemary, [1961] (1 letter)
  • American Broadcasting Companies, Inc., 1976 (1 letter)
  • American Civil Liberties Union, 1965 (5 letters)
  • American Russian Institute: 1958-1985 (25 letters, including letters from Holland Roberts)
  • Ames, William, 1968-1974 (3 letters)
  • Anglim, Paule M. (Architectural Art Services), 1964-1966 (5 letters): see also Diamond Heights Redevelopment Area Decorative Wall project
  • Aptheker, Herbert (American Institute of Marxist Studies), 1977 (1 letter): see also California State College, Sonoma
  • Archives for the Performing Arts, 1984 (1 letter)
  • Archives of American Art, 1965-1990 (4 letters)
  • Arriba Juntos, 1985 (1 letter): re Jesus Campusano mural
  • Artists Embassy, 1972 (3 letters): see also Master Travel Corporation; Peoples' Republic of China, Embassy of
  • Artists Equity Association, 1950-1983 (11 letters): see also San Francisco Art Association
  • Assadourian, Ohannes: see Fresno State College
  • B., Esther and Bebe, 1950 (1 letter): mentions Katharine Kuh
  • Baker, Howard H. (Senator), 1983 (1 letter)
  • Baldwin/Clarke Associates, Inc., 1980 (1 letter): re Mirabeau Restaurant panels donated to the Oakland Museum
  • Ball, Seymour, 1963 (1 letter)
  • Bancroft, C., 1972 (1 letter)
  • Barbour, Barbara Fletcher, 1975 (1 letter)
  • Bay Area Rapid Transit District (BART), 1975 (2 letters)
  • Bayer, Dr. Leona: see Wolff, Dr. and Mrs.
  • Bazell, Arthur H. (psychiatrist), 1986 (1 letter)
  • Beeson, Richard, 1983 (1 letter)
  • Belew, Louise, 1973 (1 letter): re Packard family history
  • Benét, Mary Liles, 1969-1973 (2 letters)
  • Berkley, Randall and Harvey, 1967-1968 (3 letters)
  • Bernstien, Becky and Oscar, 1969 (3 letters)
  • Bethany United Methodist Church, 1985 (1 letter): re mural by Christine Puskas-Dresner for Noe Valley
  • Bingaman, Jeff (Senator), 1983 (1 letter)
  • Black, Anona, 1984 (1 letter)
  • Black Panthers, 1968 (1 letter)
  • Bliven, Bruce, 1975 (2 letters)
  • Bornholdt, Tordis (Mrs. Elvind Bornholdt), undated and 1967-1985 (18 letters)
  • Boschwitz, Rudy, Dec 12, 1983 (Senator), 1983 (1 letter)
  • Boxer, Barbara, 1983 (1 letter)
  • Brand, Marjorie, 1967 (1 letter)
  • Brehm, Barbara, 1970 (1 letter)
  • Brewer, Tom (American Society to Defend Children), 1966 (2 letters)
  • Bridges, Nikki, 1980 (3 letters): mention actress Lee Grant's interest in filming Packard family history, and include a letter from Kazuyuki Fujii
  • Brooklyn Museum, 1971 (1 letter)
  • Broudy, Thalia Stern: see Stern, Thalia
  • Brown Brothers Adjusters, 1975 (2 letters) see also Petersen, Lonergan and Larson
  • Brown, Phoebe, 1980-1984 (5 letters)
  • Bufano, Beniamino, 1957 (1 letter)
  • Bull, Henrik (Bull, Field, Volkmann, Stockwell), 1971 (1 letter)
  • Bunce, Eda, 1966 (1 letter)
  • Caen, Herb, 1968 (1 letter): from Packard
  • Cairns, Donald, Kathé, Megan, Shannon, undated and 1966-1977 (82 letters)
  • California Academy of Sciences, 1965 (1 letter)
  • California Living, 1981 (1 letter): including typescript "Emmy Lou Packard, The Artist in Profile" by Pat Pfeiffer: see also Pfeiffer, Pat
  • California State College, Sonoma, 1977 (1 letter)
  • California State Library, 1973 (2 letters)
  • California State Parks and Recreation Department, 1987 (1 letter)
  • California, University of, Berkeley, 1962-1984 (24 letters)
  • California, University of, Berkeley, Art Museum, 1978 (1 letter)
  • California, University of, San Francisco, 1973 (1 letter)
  • California, University of, Santa Cruz, 1974 (2 letters)
  • Calmar Press, 1963 (1 letter)
  • Campusano, Jesus ("Chuy") and Dianne, 1974-1986 (2 letters)
  • Cannon, Chuck, Von, Syd, Steff, Laurie, 1984 (1 letter)
  • Carleton College, 1967 (2 letters)
  • Carmel Art Museum, 1970 (3 letters)
  • Carr, Jack Carr Gallery, 1977 (1 letter)
  • Carter, Dudley: see Montoya, Emmanuel
  • Carter, President Jimmy, 1977 (1 letter): from Packard
  • Casady, Si, 1966 (1 letter)
  • Catlett, E., 1975 (2 letters) see also Mora, E. C. ("Betty")
  • Center for the Visual Arts, 1976-1979 (2 letters)
  • Cerda, F., 1981 (1 letter)
  • Chapman Press, 1963 (1 letter)
  • Chegodaev, Andrei and Mrs., 1965 (1 letter)
  • Children's Center, Inc., 1979 (1 letter)
  • Chrisman, Gale Randall, 1968-1985 (5 letters)
  • Chrisman, Laura, undated and 1969-1974 (7 letters)
  • Chrisman, Robert (editor, The Black Scholar), 1974-1985 (5 letters)
  • Cirino, Nick and Arbutus, 1966 (1 letter)
  • City College of San Francisco, 1983 (1 letter)
  • Clark, Anne (Mrs. Joseph H. Clark, Jr.), 1974 (1 letter)
  • Clarke, John Henrik (African World Bookshelf), 1967 (1 letter)
  • Cluff, Peggy, 1966 (1 letter)
  • Coastal Insurance Agency, 1973 (2 letters)
  • Coffield, Clara Packard, 1984-1985 (2 letters, re family history) see also Smith, Richard
  • Coffield, Joel (Packard's brother-in-law), 1963 (1 letter)
  • Coleman, Judy and Esmond, 1984-1985 (2 letters)
  • Committee for Solidarity with the Chilean People, 1976 (1 letter)
  • Coons, Ms., 1963 (1 letter)
  • Cope, Dr., 1968 (1 letter)
  • Corbett, Jack N., 1982 (1 letter)
  • Correll, Richard V. ("Dick") and Alice, 1972-1984 (3 letters)
  • Cowell, Henry and Sidney, 1959-1985 (16 letters)
  • Cranston, Alan (Senator), 1983 (1 letter)
  • Cravath, Ruth, 1963 (1 letter)
  • E. B. Crocker Art Gallery, 1965 (1 letter)
  • Crowell, Sidney, 1969 (1 letter)
  • Crump, Bob, 1972 (1 letter)
  • Crunewald, Mrs., 1967 (1 letter)
  • Cunningham, Imogen, 1973 (1 letter)
  • Curtis, Jessie A., 1965 (1 letter)
  • Cushing, Lincoln, 1981 (1 letter)
  • Cylich, Elida and Bernard, 1983 (1 letter)
  • Danilova, Yevgenia, 1971 (2 letters)
  • Darnis, Upiek and Marina, 1971-1983 (10 letters)
  • Davies, Lily (Davies Book Company Limited), 1966-1968 (5 letters)
  • Davis, Fania, 1979 (1 letter)
  • Davis, Jane Grace, 1967-1985 (6 letters)
  • Davis Publications, Inc., 1971 (4 letters)
  • de Lappe, Pele, 1981-1984 (3 letters)
  • Delgado, Doris, 1984-1985 (2 letters)
  • deLima, Agnes, 1966 (1 letter)
  • Dellums, Ronald V. (Congressman), 1983 (1 letter)
  • DeMars, Vernon (architect) and Betty, 1977-1983 (3 letters)
  • Depot Gallery, 1973-1975 (10 letters)
  • De Velbiss, Robert, 1968 (1 letter)
  • deTours Gallery, 1965 (1 letter)
  • M. H. de Young Memorial Museum, 1965-1971 (2 letters)
  • Dialog Magazine, 1965 (1 letter)
  • Dickerson, Edward, 1964 (1 letter)
  • Djamarin, Amsir, 1973 (1 letter)
  • Dodd, Christopher J. (Senator), 1983 (2 letters)
  • Domhoff, Lynne, 1980 (1 letter)
  • Douglas, Marshall and Lori, 1966-1972 (8 letters)
  • Dreyfus, Benjamin, 1982 (1 letter): see also Wolff, Dr. Ernst and Mrs. (Leona Bayer)
  • Duimovich, Betty, 1973-1985 (12 letters)
  • Dumhoff, Helen, 1979 (1 letter)
  • Dunbar, Paul Lawrence, 1984 (1 letter)
  • Dusheck, G., 1969 (1 letter)
  • Duveneck, Josephine W., 1973 (1 letter)
  • East, John P. (Senator), 1983 (1 letter)
  • Eckbo, Garrett (Eckbo, Dean, Austin and Williams), 1965 (1 letter)
  • Edmunds, John (composer) and B., 1945-1985 (33 letters)
  • Edom's Interior Design, 1970 (2 letters)
  • Elman, Kate, 1984 (1 letter)
  • Erb, Bill, Evelyn, and Lyndall, 1980 (1 letter)
  • Erb, Guy Feliz and Iva, 1981-1985 (6 letters)
  • Eriksson, Adelyne and Per, 1978 (1 letter)
  • Escher, Earl W. and Miriam, 1955 (1 letter)
  • Eshleman, Jack, 1969 (1 letter)
  • Estados Unidos Mexicanos, 1974 (1 letter)
  • Etigson, Rafe, 1971 (1 letter)
  • Ets-Hokins, Mr., 1965 (1 letter)
  • Euphrat, Helen Euphrat Gallery, 1984 (1 letter)
  • Farm Labor Organizing Committee, 1983 (1 letter)
  • Ferry, W. H. (Center for the Study of Democratic Inst.), 1968 (1 letter)
  • Fisher, Nancy J. (Jenner Street Gallery), 1975-1976 (6 letters)
  • Fithian, Floyd (colleague of Scoop Jackson), 1983 (1 letter)
  • Foley, Heather, 1969 (1 letter)
  • Ford, Patricia C., 1974-1985 (4 letters)
  • Forster, Paul, 1983 (1 letter)
  • Frankenstein, Alfred, 1941 (1 letter)
  • Freed, Jeffrey (San Francisco State College), 1967 (1 letter)
  • Fresno State College, 1967 (1 letter)
  • Friese, Robert Charles, 1974 (2 letters)
  • Fromer, Jon, 1984 (1 letter)
  • Fuapopo, Sekio ("Zeke"), 1973-1984 (4 letters)
  • Fuller, Mary, 1977 (1 letter)
  • Fullbright, William, 1966 (1 letter)
  • Fumino, Adele, 1972-1985 (3 letters)
  • Galeria de la Raza/Studio 24, 1985 (1 letter)
  • Gardner ?, Maxine, 1985 (2 letters)
  • Garfield, Morton M., 1966 (1 letter)
  • Gaw, William A., 1955 (1 letter)
  • Geoffroy, Evelyn, 1973 (1 letter)
  • Gilbert, Louise, 1984 (2 letters)
  • Ginzton, Edward L. (Varian Associates) and Artemas, 1972-1990 (6 letters): see also Archives of American Art; Ziegler, William
  • Glenn, John (Senator), 1983 (1 letter)
  • Gold, Mike and Elizabeth, 1964-1965 (3 letters)
  • Gold, Sam, Mollie, undated and 1984 (2 letters)
  • Goldmeer, Marilyn, 1966 (1 letter)
  • Golstein, Stephen, 1974 (1 letter)
  • Goode, Barry, Erica, and Adam, 1981 (1 letter)
  • Goodwin, James C. and Eva, 1968-1985 (4 letters)
  • Gränich, Elisabeth, 1968 (1 letter)
  • Grant, Lee (actress), 1981 (1 letter)
  • Grassi American Corporation, 1964 (1 letter)
  • Graubard, William, 1973 (1 letter)
  • Gray Panthers of San Francisco, 1985 (1 letter)
  • Greene, Burton and Margot, 1984 (2 letters)
  • Gross, Margo, 1972 (1 letter)
  • Grossman, Hazel, 1963 (1 letter)
  • Grover, Sherwood and Kate, 1984 (1 letter)
  • Grunewald, Estelle, 1982 (2 letters)
  • Guggenheim, John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, 1950 (1 letter)
  • Guttmann, Ethel Weiner (Guttman and MacRitchie), 1970-1985 (4 letters)
  • Hamburg, Alice (Women's International League for Peace and Freedom), 1968-1985 (2 letters)
  • Hanson, Anne,1965 (1 letter)
  • Happ, Mildred, 1965 (1 letter)
  • Harjan, Nancy, 1966 (1 letter)
  • Harris, Gertrude, 1979 (1 letter)
  • Harris, Henrietta, 1984 (1 letter)
  • Harris, Jerry, 1973 (1 letter)
  • Hart, Gary (Senator), 1983 (1 letter)
  • Hathaway, Charles ("Chuck") 1972-1973 (4 letters)
  • Hathaway, Joan, 1973 (1 letter)
  • Hayes, Elinor, 1982 (1 letter)
  • Heartland Productions, 1983 (1 letter)
  • Heathcote, Judge, 1966 (1 letter)
  • Heflin, Howell (Senator), 1983 (1 letter)
  • Helms, Jesse (Senator), 1983 (1 letter): form letter re Grenada
  • Hendrickson, David, 1983 (1 letter)
  • Herendeen, Jerry, 1968 (3 letters)
  • Herndon, Richard E. (Heller, Ehrman, White and McAuliffe), 1963 (4 letters)
  • Herring, Frances, 1965-1976 (5 letters)
  • Hersh, George L., 1962 (1 letter)
  • Hess, Rudolf, 1950 (1 letter)
  • Himelhoch, Myra: see California, University of, Berkeley
  • Hobbs, Frederic (San Francisco Art Center), 1963 (1 letter)
  • Hollings, Ernest F. (Senator), 1983 (1 letter) Holloway, Jan, 1985 (1 letter)
  • Holmes, Rosinda, 1983-1984 (2 letters)
  • Horton, Ronald, 1966 (1 letter)
  • Hovanec, Jeanne, 1971 (1 letter)
  • Howard, Blanche and Lacey ?, 1977 (1 letter)
  • Hudson, Lois, 1965-1967 (3 letters)
  • Huerta, Dolores: see also United Farm Workers
  • Hughes, Edan M., 1983 (1 letter)
  • Ingalabe, Gene (managing editor, Farmland), 1967 (1 letter)
  • Institute of International Education (Alice A. Adanalian), 1950 (2 letters)
  • International Art Manifesto for the Legal Defense of Political Prisoners, 1973 (1 letter)
  • International Institute for Peace, 1965 (1 letter)
  • International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union, 1954-1985 (5 letters)
  • Irish, Hal, 1973 (1 letter)
  • Irvine, Charles L. ("Tad") and Charlotte, 1972-1983 (5 letters)
  • Jackman, Mary and Norman, 1965-1968 (2 letters)
  • Jackson, Jesse, 1984 (1 letter) Jacob, Dorothy, 1970 (2 letters)
  • Jänecke + Schneemann, 1971 (1 letter)
  • Jenkins, David (David Jenkins and Associates), 1975 (1 letter)
  • Jenner Street Gallery: see Fisher, Nancy J.
  • Jewett, Bethany and Masha [Zakheim?], 1984 (1 letter)
  • Johnson, Arline (Mrs. Jack A. Johnson), 1972 (1 letter)
  • Johnson, Jean, 1966 (1 letter)
  • Johnson, Karolyne Marie, 1984 (1 letter)
  • Johnson, Lyndon B., 1964-1967 (2 letters)
  • Jones, Mary Ellen: see California, University of, Berkeley
  • Joseph, Emily (Mrs. Sidney Joseph), 1941 (1 letter)
  • Joslin Diabetes Foundation, Inc., 1978 (1 letter)
  • Joyce, Robert, 1970 (1 letter)
  • Kaiper, Bruce, 1983 (1 letter)
  • Kasten, Robert W. (Senator), 1983 (1 letter)
  • Kaufman, Herbert C., 1985 (1 letter)
  • Kavin, Eda, 1980-1984 (2 letters) Kennedy, Alice and Roy, 1980 (2 letters)
  • Kenney, Jerry, 1982 (1 letter)
  • Keys, Lavinia, 1968 (1 letter)
  • Kibbee, Wallace, 1963 (1 letter)
  • King, Hayward, 1984 (1 letter)
  • Kirshner, Michael, 1977 (1 letter)
  • Kitanishi, Makoto, 1966-1969 (3 letters)
  • Klimoff, N., 1965 (1 letter)
  • Knapp, Susan, 1983 (1 letter)
  • Kogan, Julius, 1974 (1 letter)
  • Kohlman, Alan, 1970 (1 letter)
  • Kolmar Associates, 1980 (1 letter)
  • Koppel, Stanley and Virginia, 1976 (1 letter)
  • Korean National Peace Committee, 1965 (1 letter)
  • Kossow, Richard E., 1972 (1 letter): see also Hathaway, Charles
  • KQED-Channel 9, 1976 (1 letter)
  • KRON-Channel 4, 1978 (1 letter)
  • Kronfeld, Marion, 1983 (1 letter)
  • Kurdina, Vera, undated and 1964-1983 (13 letters)
  • Lafe, Steve, 1978 (1 letter)
  • Lane Publishing, 1965 (1 letter)
  • Lange, Dorothea, undated and 1962 (2 letters)
  • Langhorst, Frederick L. (AIA), 1971 (1 letter)
  • Laughlin, Sharon, 1980-1982 (3 letters)
  • Laxalt, Paul (Senator), 1983 (1 letter)
  • Leahy, Dan, 1980 (1 letter)
  • Lee, Russel Van Arsdale, 1973-1979 (2 letters)
  • Leff, David N. and Alena, 1965-1972 (4 letters)
  • Leff, Jordan, 1968 (1 letter)
  • Lenoir, Henri, 1984 (1 letter)
  • Letelier, Orlando: see Committee for Solidarity with the Chilean People; United States Department of State
  • Levy, Eveni, 1973 (1 letter)
  • Library of Congress, 1971 (1 letter)
  • Liles, Robert (Good Housekeeping), 1968 (1 letter)
  • Lilienthal, Philip and Sally, 1977 (1 letter)
  • Lilli Ann Corporation, 1985 (1 letter)
  • Lima, Helen and Albert J. "Mickie," 1981 (1 letter)
  • Lindgren, Frank T. and Helen, 1961-1966 (2 letters)
  • Lombardi, Frank, 1951 (1 letter)
  • Lubin, Jerry, 1974 (1 letter)
  • Lucy, Esther (Mrs. F. Allen Lucy), 1974-1982 (2 letters)
  • Lugar, Richard G. (Senator), 1983 (1 letter)
  • Mackey, Bugie, 1965-1974 (6 letters)
  • Mallory, Clyde, undated (1 letter)
  • Mandel, William M. and Tanya, 1966-1980 (2 letters): see Chrisman, Robert
  • Markels, Bobby, 1966 (1 letter)
  • Martens, Wilma M. (Veterans Administration), 1963 (1 letter)
  • Master Travel Corporation, 1972 (1 letter)
  • Mathias, Charles McC. (Senator), 1983 (1 letter)
  • Maxwell Galleries, Ltd., 1971 (1 letter) see Misrachi, Alberto
  • Mayer, Ralph (American Artist Magazine), 1975 (2 letters)
  • McChesney, Fuller, 1984-1985 (2 letters)
  • McChesney, Mary and Robert, 1966-1978 (11 letters)
  • McKinney, Joan (Oakland Tribune), 1972 (1 letter)
  • McLaughlin, Michael, 1976 (1 letter)
  • McQueenie, Claire, 1984-1985 (6 letters)
  • McWilliams, Carey (the Nation), 1966 (1 letter)
  • McWilliams, Jerry, 1973 (1 letter)
  • Medi ?, Lyndall and Chris, 1984 (1 letter)
  • Meiklejohn Civil Liberties Library, 1967 (1 letter)
  • Mejia, Joy, 1973-1975 (9 letters): see Hathaway, Charles
  • Meltzer, Milton, 1976-1977 (4 letters): see California, University of, Berkeley
  • Mendocino Historical Society, 1968 (1 letter)
  • Merritt Park Corporation, 1972 (1 letter)
  • Mesa-Bains, Dr. Amalia, 1984 (1 letter)
  • Mexico City Schools and Hospitals, Art Auction to Benefit, 1985 (1 letter)
  • Mihalaros, Elizabeth (Mrs. John G. Mihalaros), 1978 (1 letter)
  • Miksak, Anthony ("Spike") and Kathi, 1968 (2 letters)
  • Miksak, Joe, 1969 (1 letter)
  • Harry Miles Printing, 1963 (1 letter)
  • Miller, Adam David, 1982-1985 (15 letters)
  • Miller, Clem (Congressman), see American Civil Liberties Union
  • Miller, Helen Rand, 1966 (1 letter); see Women for Peace
  • Miller, Katherine D., 1965 (1 letter)
  • Mina Press, 1982-1983 (2 letters)
  • Minneapolis Institute of Arts, 1981 (1 letter)
  • Misrachi, Alberto, 1971 (1 letter) see Maxwell Galleries, Ltd.
  • Mitchell, Eloise, 1966 (1 letter)
  • Mitford-Truhaft, Decca, 1976 (1 letter)
  • Moffat, Samuel, 1974 (2 letters): see Reinhardt, Richard W.
  • Mogilevsky, Juriy, 1966 (1 letter)
  • Montoya, Emmanuel Catarino and Juana Alica, 1982-1985 (3 letters): see City College of San Francisco
  • Mora, E. C. ("Betty"), 1975 (1 letter); see Catlett, E.
  • Morgenstern, Sam, 1956 (1 letter)
  • Morse, Elsa Peters, 1967 (1 letter)
  • Mother Lode Art Association, 1957 (1 letter)
  • Moynihan, Daniel Patrick (Senator), 1983 (1 letter)
  • Mural Resource Center, 1985 (1 letter)
  • Museum of Modern Art, 1983-1989 (4 letters)
  • NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund, Inc., 1984 (1 letter)
  • Najarian, John, 1976 (1 letter)
  • Napa Town and Country Fair, 1967-1968 (2 letters)v Nathan, John J. Nathan and Son, 1974 (2 letters)
  • National Observer, The: see Trumbull, Eva London
  • NBC Television, 1976 (2 letters)
  • Neighborhood Tutorial, The, 1965 (1 letter)
  • Neilands, Juanita, 1980-1986 (2 letters)
  • Neue Gesellschaft für bildende Kunst (New Society for the Fine Arts), 1982-1985 (4 letters)
  • New Diversified Art League Gallery, 1975 (1 letter)
  • New World Review, 1964 (6 letters)
  • New York Public Library, 1972 (1 letter)
  • Nicholson, Jean (Mrs. Donald S. Nicholson), 1971 (1 letter)
  • 927 Gallery, 1972 (1 letter)
  • Nixon, Richard, 1970 (1 letter)
  • Noe Valley Ministry, 1985 (1 letter)
  • Nolan, Harris, 1973-1974 (4 letters)
  • Noon, Brook, 1966 (1 letter)
  • Norris, Frank, 1977-1981 (3 letters)
  • Oakland Art Museum, 1965 (1 letter)
  • Oakland Museum, 1971-1986 (8 letters)
  • O'Flaherty, Terrance, 1967 (2 letters)
  • Olsen, Tillie, 1965 (1 letter)
  • O'Neill, Thomas P. (Speaker of the House), 1983 (1 letter)
  • Oregon, University of, Museum of Art, 1978 (1 letter)
  • Organization of Solidarity of the Peoples of Africa, Asia and Latin America, 1973 (1 letter)
  • Orleans, Peter and Soni, 1968 (1 letter)
  • Owen, Louis Jackson ("Jack"), 1972-1980 (28 letters)
  • Owen, Mary Ann, 1980 (1 letter)
  • PACE (Projects to Advance Creativity in Education), 1966 (1 letter)
  • Packard, Elizabeth, see California, University of, Berkeley
  • Packard, Emma Leonard, 1963-1980 (22 letters)
  • Packard, Emmy Lou, 1935-1985 (30 letters): to Packard's parents mentioning Covarrubias, Frida Kahlo, Orozco, Diego Rivera, and Helena Rubinstein
  • Packard, Walter, 1919-1965 (6 letters)
  • Papan, Louis J. (California legislature assemblyman), 1983 (1 mailgram)
  • Paris, Mr., 1965 (1 letter)
  • Parke-Bernet Galleries, Inc., 1971 (1 letter)
  • Patterson, Leete W., 1982 (1 letter)
  • Patterson-Gilmer, Mary Louise, 1980 (1 letter)
  • Patton, Rosalie, 1976 (1 letter)
  • Paull, Irene, 1965 (1 letter)
  • Pavlof, Marian, 1975 (1 letter)
  • Payne, Rose, 1978 (1 letter)
  • Peninsula School, 1968 (1 letter)
  • Peoples' Republic of China, Embassy of, 1972 (3 letters) see Master Travel Corporation; Artists Embassy
  • Pera, John Hinchman, 1963 (1 letter)
  • Peralta, Roberto B., 1980 (1 letter)
  • Percy, Charles H. (Senator), 1983 (1 letter)
  • Perkins, Dr. Rodney (Stanford Medical School), 1976 (1 letter)
  • Perret, Barbara, 1969 (1 letter)
  • Petersen, Lonergan and Larson, 1974-1975 (2 letters)
  • Petersen, Marie, 1968 (1 letter)
  • Pettit, Florence (Mrs. Joseph M. Pettit), 1979 (1 letter)
  • Pfeiffer, Pat, 1981 (2 letters)
  • Pief, Harry and Barbara, 1984 (1 letter)
  • Pitelka, Dorothy and Frank, 1965 (1 letter)
  • Pittman, Margrit, 1968-1981 (6 letters)
  • Planter Technology, Inc., 1980 (1 letter)
  • Potrero Hill Neighborhood House, 1973 (1 letter)
  • Private Industry Council of San Francisco, 1985 (1 letter)
  • Proxmire, William (Senator), 1983 (1 letter)
  • Pushkin Museum (T. Antonava), 1973 (1 letter)
  • Puskas-Dresner, Christine, 1985 (2 letters)
  • Queen, Christopher Queen and Company, 1978-1980 (6 letters)
  • Ramsey, Henry (judge), undated (1 letter)
  • Rand, Jack K., 1966 (2 letters)
  • Randall, Byron, undated and 1963-1983 (123 letters)
  • Randall, Eve (Byron's next wife after Emmy Lou Packard), 1983 (2 letters)
  • Randall, Jonathan (Byron's son), undated and 1965-1978 (32 letters)
  • Randall, Kenneth and Frances (Byron's parents), 1966-1972 (9 letters)
  • Rasmusen, Henry N., 1967 (1 letter)
  • Rather, Dan, and Bill Moyers, 1983 (2 letters)
  • Raychem Corporation, 1968 (1 letter)
  • Reagan, President Ronald, 1982-1983 (2 letters)
  • Recreation and Park Department, 1976 (1 letter)
  • Refregier, Anton and Lila, 1966-1979 (12 letters)
  • Reinhardt, Richard W., 1974 (1 letter)
  • Reiss-Konear, Diana, 1983 (1 letter)
  • Reuther, Fred G., 1975 (1 letter)
  • Reuther, John, 1974 (1 letter)
  • Reynolds, Malvina and Bud, n.d and 1965-1971 (12 letters)
  • Richanbach, Jean, 1981 (1 letter)
  • Richards, Harvey and Alice, 1966-1984 (4 letters)
  • Richmond, Nancy (Downtown Peace Coalition), 1970 (2 letters)
  • Riegel, Donald W. (Senator), 1983 (1 letter)
  • Roberson, Mason (People's World), 1965-1976 (2 letters)
  • Robertson, Mary Ann, 1963 (3 letters)
  • Roger, Michael B., 1971 (1 letter)
  • Romley, Phillip, 1975 (2 letters)
  • Roper, Jo, undated (1 postcard)
  • Rosenberg Era Art Project (Rob A. Okun), 1985 (1 letter)
  • Routa, Mike, 1968 (1 letter)
  • Rowe, Frank (Laney College), 1973 (1 letter)
  • Ryan, John Allen, 1983 (1 letter)
  • Sack, Jeannie, 1981 (1 letter)
  • Saint Mary's College, Notre Dame, Indiana, 1968 (2 letters)
  • St. Paul's Parish, 1985 (1 letter)
  • Safford, Charles, undated and 1953-1955 (8 letters)
  • Sampson, Cornelius ("Neil"), 1966-1967 (5 letters)
  • Sanford, Nevitt (Stanford University), 1964 (1 letter)
  • San Francisco Art Association (Gurdon Woods), 1955 (1 letter): see also Artists Equity Association
  • San Francisco Art Commission, 1971-1986 (5 letters)
  • San Francisco Art Festival, see Kolmar Associates
  • San Francisco Board of Supervisors, 1985 (2 letters)
  • San Francisco Chronicle, 1955-1974 (4 letters)
  • San Francisco Community Law Collective, 1979 (1 letter)
  • San Francisco Examiner, 1970 (1 letter)
  • San Francisco Museum of Art, 1950-1965 (6 letters)
  • San Francisco Public Library, 1965-1981 (2 letters)
  • San Francisco School of the Arts Foundation, 1985 (1 letter)
  • San Francisco Society of Women Artists, 1942 (1 letter)
  • San Francisco United School District, 1985 (1 letter)
  • Santa Barbara Museum of Art, 1942 (1 letter)
  • Sapinsley, Barbara (CBS News), 1965-1985 (36 letters)
  • Sarasohn, Peggy R., 1968 (1 letter)
  • Sartain, Gerry, 1967-1975 (5 letters)
  • Schneiderman, William and Leah, 1974-1985 (4 letters)
  • Schwartz, Carol, 1985 (1 letter)
  • Schwendinger, Robert J. (Maritime Humanities Center), 1983-1984 (2 letters)
  • Selders, Mike and Mrs., 1966 (2 letters): to Byron Randall
  • Shaffer, Bergliot, 1984-1985 (3 letters)
  • Shaw, Bob (editor of Oakland paper) and Mary, 1961-1967 (15 letters)
  • Shevelyova, Katrina, 1967-1969 (3 letters)
  • Shields, Esther (TASS), 1967 (1 letter)
  • Shiskaly, Jumif ?, 1953 (2 letters)
  • Short, John and Peggy, 1980 (1 letter)
  • Silver, Ralph Harper, 1968 (1 letter)
  • Smith, Charles L., 1975-1980 (2 letters)
  • Smith, Hassel, 1965 (1 letter)
  • Smith, Richard ("Dick"), 1978 (1 letter)
  • Smithsonian Institution, 1971-1979 (3 letters)
  • Sonoma State College, 1976 (3 letters)
  • Sordill, Pat, 1984-1985 (4 letters)
  • Soviet Woman, 1965-1985 (20 letters)
  • Specter, Arlen (Senator), 1984 (1 letter)
  • Staats, Redmond, 1968 (1 letter)
  • Steele, Philip Steel and Associates, 1968 (2 letters)
  • Stegner, Wallace (Stanford University), 1974 (2 letters): see California, University of, Berkeley
  • Stern, Thalia (Mrs. Philip B. Stern), 1965-1984 (11 letters)
  • Stewart, Alice, 1966 (1 letter)
  • Stoll, Jerry (American Documentary Films, Inc.), 1970 (1 letter)
  • Storey, Elinor L., 1963 (1 letter)
  • Strádalová, Leonora ("Lee"), 1963-1980 (13 letters)
  • Strádal, Karel and Lee, 1968 (2 letters)
  • Straus, Michael W., 1969 (1 letter)
  • Stribling, Mary Lou, 1965-1967 (2 letters)
  • Stross, Allen, 1982 (2 letters)
  • Suffin, Gloria, 1963 (1 letter) Sunset Lane Magazine Company, 1965 (3 letters)
  • Surrendorf, Barbara, 1968 (1 letter)
  • Suzuki, Lewis, 1976 (1 letter)
  • Sweeting, Ed and Reon, 1965-1985 (4 letters)
  • Symms, Steve (Senator), 1984 (1 letter)
  • Taylor, Paul, 1962 (1 letter)
  • Technical Papers Corp., 1971 (1 letter)
  • Teiser, Ruth, 1975 (3 letters)
  • Templin, Yvonne, 1965-1971 (9 letters)
  • Thompson, David and Butch, 1969 (4 letters)
  • Thompson, Elsa Knight, 1966 (1 letter)
  • Thompson, Mitsue, 1975 (1 letter)
  • Thurmond, Strom (Senator), 1983 (1 letter)
  • Timex (Gerald L. White), 1976 (1 letter)
  • Treuhaft, Robert (Treuhaft, Jelinek and Samsel), undated (1 letter)
  • Trittenbach, Rev. John, 1968 (1 letter)
  • Trumbull, Eva London, 1967 (1 letter)
  • Tsongas, Paul E. (Senator), 1984 (1 letter)
  • Tuominin, Irma M., 1963-1976 (3 letters)
  • Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, Embassy of the, 1971-1972 (3 letters)
  • United Farm Workers, 1976-1978 (2 letters)
  • United States Committee in Solidarity with the People of El Salvador (CISPES): 1983-1985 (2 letters)
  • United States Delegation, 1965 (1 letter)
  • United States Department of Housing and Urban Development, 1973 (1 letter)
  • United States Department of State, 1976 (1 letter)
  • United States Treasury Department, 1964 (1 letter)
  • Uzbek Friendship Society, 1976-1977 (5 letters)
  • Valba Ambulance Project, undated (1 letter)
  • Van Dyke, Carl and Andrea, 1972 (1 letter)
  • von Ammon, Helen, 1982 (1 letter)
  • Ward, Angela, 1980 (1 letter)
  • Ward's [catalog] of California, 1965 (1 letter)
  • Watkins, J., 1970 (1 letter)
  • Watkins, T. H., 1974 (1 letter)
  • Watson, Lloyd, 1963 (1 letter)
  • Weatherwax, Seema, 1985 (1 letter)
  • Webb, Barbara Owen, 1980 (2 letters)
  • Weber, Miriam, 1983 (1 letter)
  • Weicker, Lowell (Senator), 1983 (1 letter)
  • Weilands, Joe and Tor, 1980 (1 letter)
  • Welch, David (Ramparts Magazine), 1968 (1 letter)
  • White, Jessica, 1969 (1 letter)
  • Who's Who in California, 1983 (1 letter)
  • Wight, Frank, 1977 (1 letter)
  • Wight, Clifford, 1976-1985 (2 letters) Williams, Ferne (Mrs. Edward Williams), 1984 (1 letter)
  • Williams, Sydney H. (Williams, Cook and Mocine) and Margaret, 1966-1974 (2 letters)
  • Wilson, Edmund "Scoop," 1964 (2 letters)
  • Wilson, Judge, 1972 (1 letter)
  • Wilson, Pete (Senator), 1983 (1 letter)
  • Windmiller, Marshall and Myra, 1966 (2 letters)
  • Winter, Betty, 1963 (1 letter)
  • Wolff, Ashley, 1984 (1 letter)
  • Wolff, Dr. Ernst and Mrs. (Leona Bayer), 1967-1985 (10 letters)
  • Wolff, Bill, 1981-1985 (2 letters): see Guttmann, Ethel Weiner
  • Women for Peace, 1964 (2 letters): see Hamburg, Alice (Women's International League for Peace)
  • Women's Caucus for Art, 1979-1980 (6 letters)
  • Women's History Research Center, Inc., 1973-1975 (4 letters)
  • Wong, Victor, 1971 (1 letter)
  • Wood, Mireille P., 1981 (1 letter)
  • Woods, Gurdon, 1963 (7 letters): see also Artists Equity Association; San Francisco Art Association
  • Wurster, Catherine, 1960 (1 letter)
  • Zakheim, Bernard Baruch, 1968 (1 letter)
  • Zellerbach, Harold L., 1955 (1 letter)
  • Ziegler, William, 1989 (1 letter)
  • Zimmerman, Alan, 1985 (1 letter)
  • Zimmerman, Susan, 1970 (1 letter)

Index: Notable Correspondents from Series 6: Reference File on Diego River and Frida Kahlo

  • American Russian Institute, 1975 (1 letter)
  • Arnautoff, Victor, 1975 (1 letter)
  • Bancroft, Elizabeth, 1983-1984 (2 letters)
  • Banks, Fred (Harcourts Gallery), 1984 (3 letters)
  • Beatty, Don, 1982-1985 (3 letters): see Mexican Museum
  • Beraza, Felipe Garcia, 1981 (2 letters)
  • Bribriesca, Jorge, 1983 (1 letter)
  • California Arts Council, 1976-1977 (2 letters)
  • California, University of, Berkeley, 1977 (1 letter)
  • Clayburg, Mrs., see Rivera, Diego
  • Colina, Armando (Galeria Arvil), see Banks, Fred (Harcourts Gallery)
  • Cortez, Raymundo Acosta, 1974
  • Detroit Institute of Arts, 1983-1985 (2 letters)
  • Dimitroff, Lucienne Bloch, 1976-1986 (5 letters)
  • Dreher, Robert, undated (1 letter)
  • Dubinsky, David, see Rivera, Diego
  • Editorial Advisor, 1982 (1 letter)
  • Erb, Guy Feliz and Iva, 1983-1984 (8 letters)
  • Fonda, Mrs. Henry, see Rivera, Diego
  • Ford Motor Company, undated (1 card)
  • Galeria de la Raza/Studio 24, 1978-1984 (3 letters)
  • Garcia, Rupert, 1981 (1 letter)
  • Goldblatt, Louis (International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union) and Terry, 1983 (1 letter)
  • Goodman, Michael, 1977-1981 (2 letters)
  • Greenfield, Gary (Shartsis, Friese and Ginsburg), 1980 (9 letters): see Harper and Row
  • Guggenheim, Barbara Guggenheim Publications, 1983 (1 letter)
  • Hall, John (Color 2000), 1981-1983 (3 letters)
  • Harper and Row, 1980 (2 letters)
  • Herrera, Hayden, 1978-1980 (2 letters)
  • Hess, Sally (Mrs. Frank Hess), 1983 (1 letter)
  • Hoffman, Mona, see Lapworth, Norman
  • Homolka, Oscar, see Rivera, Diego
  • Institute of Soviet American Relations, 1975 (1 letter)
  • Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes, 1982-1983 (4 letters)
  • Jones, Mary Ellen, 1982 (1 letter)
  • Journeyman Press, 1984 (1 letter)
  • Kahlo, Frida, undated and 1940-1941 (6 letters, including 2 with lipstick kiss imprints) see Lapworth, Norman and Mona Hoffman
  • Kaplan, Sidney (The Massachusetts Review), 1977-1978 (2 letters)
  • Lancaster-Miller, Inc., 1981-1984 (7 letters)
  • Lapworth, Norman and Mona Hoffman, undated and 1972 (2 letters, including telegram to Frida Kahlo from Mona Hoffman)
  • Lovestone, Jay, see Rivera, Diego
  • Marin, Guadalupe, 1942 (1 letter)
  • Mendez, Ernesto R. (Palacio Nacional), see Rivera, Diego
  • Mexican Museum, 1981-1983 (4 letters,including one to Pablo O'Higgins)
  • Moreno, Mario, see Zamora, Martha
  • Museo Tamayo, 1983 (1 letter, re Rivera illustrations and Dolores Olmedo)
  • Myron's Dye Transfer (Mr. Holmes), 1983 (1 letter)
  • New York Times, 1981 (1 letter)
  • O'Gorman, Juan, Elena (Helen), Bunny, undated and 1972-1983 (29 letters)
  • O'Higgins, Pablo and Maria, 1961-1983 (7 letters): see Mexican Museum; Randall, Byron
  • Olmedo, Dolores ("Lola"), 1976-1984 (3 letters) see Banks, Fred (Harcourts Gallery); Erb, Guy Feliz; Museo Tamayo; Martha Zamora
  • Oppenheimer, Frank, 1984 (1 letter): see Scientists for Peace in Central America
  • Ramparts Press, 1973-1984 (11 letters)
  • Randall, Byron, 1982 (1 letter, to Pablo and Maria O'Higgins)
  • Reynolds, Malvina, 1977 (1 letter)
  • Rivera, Diego, undated and 1929-1941 (25 letters)
  • Robinson, Edward G., see Rivera, Diego
  • Rodriguez, Patricia, 1985 (1 letter)
  • San Francisco Art Institute, 1981-1986 (2 letters)
  • San Francisco Chronicle, 1981-1984 (4 letters)
  • San Francisco Examiner, 1984 (1 letter)
  • San Francisco Museum of Art, 1940-1948 (2 letters, including one to Diego Rivera: see Rivera, Diegof)
  • Scientists for Peace in Central America, 1984 (1 letter)
  • Skyline College, 1977 (1 letter)
  • Solomon, Peter: see Ramparts Press
  • Stendahl, Earl: see Rivera, Diego
  • Tejada-Flores, Rick, 1981 (3 letters)
  • Temko, Allan, 1982 (2 letters)
  • Unidad de Television Educativa y Cultural, México, 1982 (1 letter)
  • Vargas, Gilberto Mendoza, 1982 (1 letter)
  • Wachs, Henry, 1982-1983 (2 letters)
  • Ward, Estolve, 1983 (1 letter)
  • White, Mrs. Alan, 1983 (1 letter)
  • Wilson, Edmund: see Reynolds, Malvina
  • Zamora, Martha, 1982-1985 (25 letters)