Jehu-Wong Gallery, Jehu Gallery, and Upper Market Street Gallery records, 1971-1983

Jehu-Wong Gallery (San Francisco, Calif.)

Collection size: 3.5 linear ft.

Collection Summary: Exhibition files from the Upper Market Street Gallery and its descendents, the Jehu-Wong Gallery and the Jehu Gallery. Files contain: press releases, announcements, price lists, resumes, photographs, transparencies, and clippings documenting the exhibitions held from 1971-1982; a scrapbook of announcements, posters, photographs and clippings pertaining to the Upper Market Street Gallery, 1971-1973. Also, fifty-five artists' files containing résumés, correspondence, press releases, exhibition announcements and catalogs, price lists, invoices for gallery expenses, mailing and client lists, clippings, photographs and transparencies of works of art and installations, and miscellaneous printed material. Artists' files include: Jim Albertson, Richard Allen, Charles Amirkhanian, Steven Andresen, Dutch Bieber, Ken Botto, Michael Bravo, Gary H. Brown, Marie-Claude Bugeaud, Phyllis Ciment, David G. Clark, Phyllis Davidson,David Geiser, Joel Goldstein, Erin Goodwin, Bill Griffith, Don Herron, Jim Hoskins, Bruce Houston, J. W. Howell, Darrell Hunger, Ronald Jehu, Donald Joyce, Demetrie Kabbaz, Margo Kernan, Nathan Kernan, Seiji Kunishima, Maurice Lapp, Carol Law, Biensien Lee, Li Lida, Robert Mapplethorpe, Rob McKenna,Michael Miller, Edith T. Mirante, Donna Mossholder, Steve Newberger, Frank Paluch, Pepo Pichler, Iris Polos, Wayne Douglas Quinn, Roy Ward Ragle, Ralph Reed, Minna Resnick, R.A. Richardson, Carole Riggle, Elizabeth Sher, M. Louise Stanley, Nina Howell Starr, John Street, Masami Teraoka, Larry Thomas, Philip Tice, Arthur Tress, Sarasande Wake, and Don H. Williams.

Biographical/Historical Note: Operated from 1978 to 1981.

Donated 1983 by Ronald Jehu.

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