Henry John Weeks papers, 1965-1973

Weeks, Henry John
Art critic, Arts administrator
Active in San Francisco, Calif.

Collection size: 85 items (on partial microfilm reel)

Collection Summary: Correspondence, Weeks' masters thesis about Southern California painters, and miscellany. Correspondence with Stanton Macdonald-Wright. They write about a Macdonald-Wright autobiography, the sale of his works works and of Morgan Russell paintings owned by Macdonald-Wright, the financial problems of Macdonald-Wright, and personal matters. Other correspondents include Helen Lundeberg, Henry Gardiner, Lorser Feitelson, Jason Wong, Jan Adlmann, Dallas Conklin, George Neubert, and Jean Macdonald-Wright (Stanton's wife), among others.

Biographical/Historical Note: Art administrator, agent and critic; San Francisco, Calif. Weeks was painter Stanton Macdonald-Wright's Northern California agent.

Lent 1974 for microfilming by Henry John Weeks.

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