José de Rivera papers, 1930-1991

A Finding Aid to the José de Rivera Papers, 1930-1991 , in the Archives of American Art, by Jean Fitzgerald

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Biographical Information

José de Rivera (1904-1985) worked primarily in New York as an abstract expressionist sculptor known for twisting steel or bronze bands into space-defining three-dimensional shapes.

José A. Ruiz was born on September 18, 1904 in West Baton Rouge, Louisiana, the son of Joseph and Honorine Montamat Ruiz. He would later take the surname of his maternal grandmother, de Rivera. Early in his life his family moved to New Orleans where his father was a sugar mill engineer on a plantation. De Rivera became adept at repairing machinery and doing blacksmith work with his father. Shortly after completing high school in 1922, de Rivera moved to Chicago where he was employed in foundries and machine shops as a pipe fitter and tool and die maker. His 1926 marriage to Rose Covelli ended in divorce.

Beginning in 1928 de Rivera attended night drawing classes conducted at the Studio School by painter John W. Norton. De Rivera was impressed by the Egyptian collections at the Field Museum. The work of Mondrian, Brancusi, and Georges Vantongerloo also exerted a strong influence on him. In 1932, he traveled through southern Europe and North Africa visiting Spain, Italy, France, Greece, and Egypt. Upon his return to the United States he decided to become a sculptor.

From 1937-1938, de Rivera was employed by the Works Progress Administration-Federal Art Project and created the sculpture Flight for the Newark, New Jersey airport. During World War II, he first served in the U.S. Army Corps from 1942 to 1943. For the following three years, he designed and constructed ship models used as training aids in the U. S. Navy.

De Rivera's first solo exhibition was in 1946 in New York at the Mortimer Levitt Gallery. In 1953, de Rivera taught sculpture at Brooklyn College. For the following three years, he was a critic in sculpture at Yale University and taught at the School of Design at North Carolina State College from 1957 to 1960. De Rivera married Lita Jeronimo in 1955.

In 1961 de Rivera was given a retrospective exhibition at the Whitney Museum of American Art. One of his most notable works Infinity was commissioned by the Smithsonian Institution for the front of its newly built Museum of History and Technology in 1963.

José de Rivera died on March 19, 1985 in New York City.

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Overview of the Collection

Scope and Contents

The papers of sculptor José de Rivera date from 1930 to 1991 and measure 5.3 linear feet. Found within the papers are biographical materials, letters, scattered personal business records, commission files, art work including four sketchbooks, printed material, and photographs. One of the commission files includes a motion picture film.

Biographical material consists of a biographical account, resumé, military service records, an interview transcript, certificates, addresses, and miscellaneous notes and writings.

Twenty-nine folders of letters are primarily from de Rivera's patron, attorney Howard Goldsmith, but also include single letters from Marcel Breuer, John Canaday, Emlen Etting, Dag Hammarskjold, and G. Vantongerloo.

Scattered personal business records include rental records, sculpture inventories, a contract, receipts, and miscellaneous records.

Commission files contain letters, contracts, receipts, clippings, blueprints, miscellaneous printed material, and photographs concerning several of de Rivera's commissions, including Brussels Construction for the Brussels Universal and International Exhibition, his sculpture for the 1964 New York World's Fair, and Infinity, commissioned for the Smithsonian. A file for Construction #73 completed for the American Iron and Steel Institute also contains a reel of 16mm motion picture film.

Art work consists of four sketchbooks, drawings, and geometric collages including detached cut out shapes.

Printed material includes primarily clippings and exhibition announcements and catalogs. There is also a copy of the book José de Rivera Constructions by Dore Ashton and Joan M. Marter. Photographs are of de Rivera, miscellaneous art-related events, his studio, his art works, and of miscellaneous exhibition installations. Commission files also contain photographs.

Arrangement and Series Description

The collection is arranged as 7 series:

Subjects and Names

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

Subjects:

  • Ashton, Dore
  • Marter, Joan M.
  • American Iron and Steel Institute
  • Smithsonian Institution
  • Exposition universelle et internationale--(1958 :Brussels, Belgium)
  • New York World's Fair--(1964-1965)

Subjects-Topical:

  • Artists' studios--Photographs
  • Hispanic American artists
  • Sculptors--New York (State)--New York--Interviews
  • Sculpture, American--New York (State)--New York

Types of Materials:

  • Blueprints
  • Collages
  • Drawings
  • Interviews
  • Motion pictures (visual works)
  • Photographs
  • Sketchbooks
  • Sketches
  • Transcripts

Names:

  • Goldsmith, Howard

Provenance

The José de Rivera papers were donated by the artist and the Grace Borgenicht Gallery in 1982. Additional material was donated by José de Rivera's son, Joseph A. Ruiz II, in 1998.

Separated and Related Materials

In 1970, José de Rivera loaned some papers for microfilming on Reel N70-32. These materials are not described in the container listing of this finding aid.

How the Collection was Processed

The collection was processed by Jean Fitzgerald in March 2011.


How to Use the Collection

Restrictions on Use

Use of original papers requires an appointment. Use of archival audiovisual recordings with no duplicate access copy requires advance notice.

Ownership & Literary Rights

The José de Rivera 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.

How to Cite this Collection

José de Rivera papers, 1930-1991. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.

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Detailed Description and Container Inventory

Series 1: Biographical Material, 1942-1984
(Box 1; 11 folders)

Biographical material consists of a biographical account, resumé, military records documenting de Rivera's service in both the U. S. Army and the Navy, a transcript of an interview in which de Rivera describes his development as an artist, an Art Directors Club certificates of merit, a certificate of fitness, an honorary doctorate diploma, files and lists of addresses, an annotated wall calendar, and miscellaneous notes and writings.

Box Folder
1 1 Biographical Account and Resumé, 1967-1969
1 2 Military Service Records, 1942-1946
1 3 Interview Transcript, 1960
1 4 Art Directors Club Certificate of Merit; Certificate of Fitness, 1957-1962
1 5 Honorary Doctorate Diploma from Washington University at St. Louis, 1974
1 6-8 Files of Addresses, undated
(3 folders)
1 9 Address Lists, undated
1 10 Annotated Wall Calendar, 1984
1 11 Miscellaneous Notes and Writings, 1955-1956, undated

Series 2: Letters, 1938-1988
(Box 1; 29 folders)

Letters are primarily from de Rivera's patron, Howard Goldsmith, but include single letters from John Canaday, Emlen Etting, Dag Hammarskjold, and G. Vantongerloo. There is also a letter of recommendation from Marcel Breuer and an invitation from the Lyndon Johnson White House.

Box Folder
1 12 Unidentified Correspondents, 1973, undated
1 13 Abrams - American Enka Corporation, 1967-1982
1 14 American Federation of Arts, 1958-1963
1 15 American Iron and Steel Institute - Art Source, 1953-1982
1 16 Baits - Benson, 1956-1974
1 17 Borgenicht - Brown, 1946-1972
1 18 Campbell - Coughlin, 1951-1988
1 19 David Industries - Everett Ellin Gallery, 1955-1984
1 20 Feldman - Fuerst, 1959-1978
1 21 Galérie ClauDeBernard - Gottscho-Schleisner, 1946-1976
1 22-24 Howard Goldsmith, 1960-1975
(3 folders)
1 25 Hammarskjold - Humphreys, 1946-1972
1 26 Ilg - Isaac delgado Museum of Art, 1954-1981
1 27 JG Furniture Company - Johnson, 1963-1965
1 28 Kahn - Kunstadter, 1955-1972
1 29 Lachner - Lathrop, 1960-1983
1 30 Lea and Edwards - Levi, 1940-1982
1 31 Malcolm - Museum of Modern Art, 1939-1981
1 32 Nathan - New York World's Fair, 1938-1973
1 33 North Carolina State College at Raleigh - North Eastern Pharmaceutical and Chemical Company (NEPACCO), 1957-1982
1 34 110 William Street Corporation - Port of New York Authority, 1938-1984
1 35 Randall and Associates - Rubin, 1953-1978
1 36 Scher - Syracuse University, 1958-1973
1 37 Tarica, Ltd. - Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, 1939-1983
1 38 Walch - Welding Engineer Magazine, 1955-1974
1 39 Whitney Museum of American Art - Wichita State University, 1952-1974
1 40 Zalud Marine Corporation, 1947

Series 3: Personal Business Records, 1947-1984
(Box 1; 11 folders)

Personal business records consist of a general release from de Rivera to William Kaufman acting on behalf of Helen Eisenstein, rent records for de Rivera's assistant, sculptor Roy Gussow, inventories of sculpture including small sketches of some of the works, a contract concerning the Taller Ediciones JB book about de Rivera's art work, and miscellaneous records including receipts for the sale of art work.

Box Folder
1 41 General Release from de Rivera to William Kaufman Acting on Behalf of Helen Eisenstein, 1956
1 42 Rent Records for Roy Gussow, 1964-1983
1 43-45 Sculpture Inventory, 1976-1981
(3 folders)
1 46-47 Taller Ediciones JB: Book about the Art Work of José de Rivera, 1979-1984
(2 folders)
1 48 Receipts for the Sale of Art Work, 1972-1980
1 49 Miscellaneous Records, 1947-1984
(2 folders)

Series 4: Commission Files, 1955-1977
(Box 1-2, 6-7, OV 10; 1.0 linear feet)

Commission files contain letters, contracts, receipts, clippings, blueprints, miscellaneous printed material, and photographs concerning de Rivera's projects including the Brussels Construction for the Brussels Universal and International Exhibition and his sculpture for the 1964 New York World's Fair. Of primary significance is the file concerning Infinity, commissioned for the plaza in front of the Smithsonian Museum of History and Technology, now the National Museum of American History. This file contains a detailed photographic record of the construction and installation of this work which, in 1967, was the largest abstract sculpture commissioned by the government. Also of note is the file for Construction #73 for the American Iron and Steel Institute which contains a reel of 16mm motion picture film recording the movements of the sculpture.

Box Folder
1 50-56 Wishing Star, Statler Hilton Hotel, Dallas, Texas, 1955-1957
(7 folders)
1 57-62 Brussels Construction, Brussels Universal and International Exhibition, 1957-1970
(6 folders)
1 63-65 Sculpture for New York World's Fair, 1962-1964
(3 folders; Oversized Material Housed in OV 10)
1 66-84 Infinity, Smithsonian Museum of History and Technology, 1963-1977
(19 folders; Oversized Material Housed in Box 7)
Box Folder
2 1-6 Construction #73, "Steel Century Two," American Iron and Steel Institute, 1964-1965
(6 folders)
2 7 Construction #105, Rochester Institute of Technology, 1967-1971
(Oversized Material Housed in OV 10)
2 8 Sculpture for the Popejoy Concert Hall, University of New Mexico at Albuquerque, 1969-1970
(Oversized Material Housed in OV 10)
2 9-12 Construction #150, Washington Square, Lansing, Michigan, 1973
(4 folders; Oversized Material Housed in Box 6 and OV 10)
Box Folder
6 5 An Oversized Schematic Drawing for Construction #150, Washington Square, Lansing, Michigan, 1973,
(from Box 2, Folder 9)
Box Folder
7 1 Two Oversized Photographs of Infinity, Smithsonian Museum of History and Technology, 1963,
(from Box 1, Folder 73)
Box
OV 10 An Oversized Blueprint for New York World's Fair, 1964,
(from Box 1, Folder 66)
OV 10 Three Oversized Blueprints and a Schematic Drawing for Construction #105, Rochester Institute of Technology, 1967,
(from Box 2, Folder 7)
OV 10 An Oversized Blueprint for the Sculpture for the Popejoy Concert Hall, University of New Mexico at Albuquerque, 1969,
(from Box 2, Folder 8)
OV 10 An Oversized Blueprint for Construction #150, Washington Square, Lansing, Michigan, 1973,
(from Box 2, Folder 9)

Series 5: Art Work, 1960-1984
(Box 2, 6, OV 8; 0.9 linear feet)

Art work consists of four sketchbooks, drawings, primarily of designs for sculpture and brooches, and some scattered schematic drawings for unidentified projects, and geometric collages including detached cut out shapes.

Box Folder
2 13 Sketchbook 1, undated
2 14 Sketchbook 2, undated
2 15 Sketchbook 3, undated
2 16 Sketchbook 4, undated
2 17-19 Drawings on Newsprint, 1960-1975, undated
(3 folders; Oversized Material Housed in Box 6)
2 20-31 designs for Sculpture, 1975-1976, undated
(12 folders; Oversized Material Housed in Box 6)
2 32-41 Geometric Drawings, 1966, undated
(10 folders; Oversized Material Housed in Box 6 and OV 8)
2 42-43 Geometric Collages, undated
(2 folders; Oversized Material Housed in Box 6 and OV 8)
2 44-57 designs for Brooches, 1978-1984, undated
(14 folders)
2 58 Cut-Out Abstract Shapes, undated
(Oversized Material Housed in Box 6)
2 59 Miscellaneous Art Work, undated
(Oversized Material Housed in Box 6)
Box Folder
6 1 Ten Oversized Drawings on Newsprint, 1961-1964, undated,
(from Box 2, Folder 19)
6 2 Fourteen Oversized designs for Sculpture, 1976, undated,
(from Box 2, Folder 31)
6 3 Eighteen Oversized Geometric Drawings, undated,
(from Box 2, Folder 41)
6 4 Four Oversized Geometric Collages, undated,
(from Box 2, Folder 43)
6 5 An Oversized Cut-Out Shape, undated,
(from Box 2, Folder 58)
6 6 Five Oversized Schematic Drawings for Unidentified Projects, undated,
(from Box 2, Folder 59)
Box
OV 8 Six Oversized Geometric Drawings, undated,
(from Box 2, Folder 41)
OV 8 Two Geometric Collages, undated,
(from Box 2, Folder 43)

Series 6: Printed Material, 1931-1991
(Box 2-4, 6; 1.5 linear feet)

Printed material consists of clippings, exhibition announcements and catalogs for de Rivera and others, press releases, programs, brochures, booklets, a copy of the book José de Rivera Constructions by Dore Ashton and Joan M. Marter, and reproductions of art work. Miscellaneous printed material includes a first day cover envelope dated honoring Stuart Davis.

Box Folder
2 60-84 Clippings, 1931-1987, undated
(25 folders)
Box Folder
3 1-35 Exhibition Announcements and Catalogs, 1946-1991, undated
(35 folders; Oversized Material Housed in Box 6)
3 36 Exhibition Announcements and Catalogs for Others, 1970-1985
3 37-38 Press Releases, 1956-1985, undated
(2 folders)
3 39 Programs, 1969-1973
3 40 Brochures, 1971-1984, undated
(Oversized Material Housed in Box 6)
3 41-43 Booklets, 1968-1980, undated
(3 folders)
Box Folder
4 1 Book José de Rivera Constructions by Dore Ashton and Joan M. Marter, 1980
4 2 Reproductions of Art Work, undated
4 3 Miscellaneous Printed Material, 1964-1986, undated
Box Folder
6 7 An Oversized Exhibition Announcement, undated,
(from Box 3, Folder 1)
6 7 Two Oversized Brochures, undated,
(from Box 3, Folder 40)

Series 7: Photographs, 1930-1985
(Box 4-7, OV 9-OV 10; 1.7 linear feet)

Photographs are of de Rivera including one with Burgoyne Diller, miscellaneous art-related events, his studio, his art works, and of miscellaneous exhibition installations at the Grace Borgenicht Gallery and of his 1972 Retrospective at the Whitney Museum of American Art. Of special interest are the photographs concerning Flight and The Cavalryman which document the stages of de Rivera's work on these sculptures.

Box Folder
4 4-9 Photographs of José de Rivera, 1937-1980, undated
(6 folders; Oversized Material Housed in Box 7)
4 10 Photographs of de Rivera in his Studio, 1958-1960, undated
4 11 Photographs of de Rivera at Miscellaneous Events, 1969-1974, undated
4 12 Photographs of de Rivera's Studio, 1985, undated
4 13 Photographs of Art Work: [Female Figure], undated
(Oversized Material Housed in Box 6)
4 14 Photographs of Art Work: [Abstract Form], undated
(Oversized Material Housed in Box 6 and Box 7)
4 15 Photographs of Art Work: [Abstract Human Form], undated
(Oversized Material Housed in Box 6 and Box 7)
4 16 Photographs of Art Work: [Abstract Female Form], undated
4 17-18 Photographs of Art Work: [Abstract Sculptures in Marble], undated
(2 folders; Oversized Material Housed in Box 7)
4 19 Photographs of Art Work: [Abstract Sculptures in Metal], undated
4 20 Photographs of Art Work: [Model for Playground Sculpture and Miscellaneous Wall-Mounted Sculpture], undated
4 21-26 Photographs of Art Work: Miscellaneous Stainless Steel Sculpture, undated
(6 folders) (Oversized Material Housed in Box 7 and OV 10)
4 27 Photographs of Art Work: Miscellaneous Art Work, undated
4 28 Photographs of Art Work: Bust and Owl, 1930
(Oversized Material Housed in Box 6 and Box 7)
4 29 Photographs of Art Work: Form Synthesis [Human Form], 1930
4 30 Photographs of Art Work: [Untitled Human Form in Metal], 1930
4 31 Photographs of Art Work: Form Synthesis [Bust], 1935
(Oversized Material Housed in Box 7)
4 32 Photographs of Art Work: Head, 1937
4 33-35 Photographs of Art Work: Flight, 1937
(3 folders; Oversized Material Housed in Box 7)
4 36 Photographs of Art Work: Bas-Relief for Soviet Pavilion, New York World's Fair, 1939
(Oversized Material Housed in Box 7)
4 37-38 Photographs of Art Work: Biomorphic Form (Life), 1940
(2 folders)
4 39-45 Photographs of Art Work: The Cavalryman, El Paso, Texas, 1940
(7 folders)
4 46 Photographs of Art Work: Yellow and Metal-Surfaced Sculpture, 1940-1942
4 47 Photographs of Art Work: Blue, White, Yellow, 1942
(Oversized Material Housed in Box 7)
4 48 Photographs of Art Work: Black and Red Construction, 1942
(Oversized Material Housed in Box 7)
4 49 Photographs of Art Work: Black, Yellow, and Red Construction, 1942
4 50 Photographs of Art Work: Model Ship designs for the U. S. Navy, circa 1944
(Oversized Material Housed in OV 9)
4 51 Photographs of Art Work: Painting Black Yellow Red, 1944
4 52-53 Photographs of Art Work: Construction in Black and Yellow, 1945-1949
(2 folders; Oversized Material Housed in Box 7)
4 54 Photographs of Art Work: Yellow, Black, 1946
(Oversized Material Housed in Box 7)
4 55 Photographs of Art Work: Light Sculpture for Andrew Geller Shoe Salon, 1947
(Oversized Material Housed in Box 7)
4 56 Photographs of Art Work: [Aluminum Sculpture with Red, Black, Yellow Pigment], 1947-1950
(Oversized Material Housed in Box 7)
4 57 Photographs of Art Work: [Copper Construction in Circular Shape], 1949
4 58 Photographs of Art Work: [Copper Construction in Open Shape], 1949
4 59-60 Photographs of Art Work: En Route, Dining Salon of the S. S. Argentina, 1949
(2 folders) (Oversized Material Housed in Box 7)
4 61 Photographs of Art Work: Construction in Red and Black, 1950
4 62 Photographs of Art Work: Bas-Relief, 1950
(Oversized Material Housed in Box 7)
4 63 Photographs of Art Work: Construction #11, 1950
4 64 Photographs of Art Work: Construction #13 and Construction #15, 1951
4 65 Photographs of Art Work: Black and Red Construction, 1951
(Oversized Material Housed in Box 7)
4 66 Photographs of Art Work: Construction in Blue and Black [I], 1951
(Oversized Material Housed in Box 7)
4 67 Photographs of Art Work: Construction in Blue and Black [II], 1951
(Oversized Material Housed in Box 7)
4 68 Photographs of Art Work: [Stainless Steel Construction], 1951
(Oversized Material Housed in Box 7)
4 69 Photographs of Art Work: Construction in Yellow and Black, 1952
4 70 Photographs of Art Work: Construction in Black and Yellow, 1953
4 71 Photographs of Art Work: [Pin], 1953
4 72 Photographs of Art Work: Construction #2, Construction #4, and Construction #5, 1953-1955
4 73 Photographs of Art Work: Copper Relief, 1954
4 74 Photographs of Art Work: Construction #34 and Construction #37, 1954-1956
4 75 Photographs of Art Work: Working Models for Yale Sculpture, 1955
4 76-78 Photographs of Art Work: Construction #1, Homage to the World of Minkowski, 1955
(3 folders)
4 79 Photographs of Art Work: Sculpture for the American Enka Corporation, 1956
4 80-81 Photographs of Art Work: Continuum, 711 Third Avenue, New York City, 1956
(2 folders) (Oversized Material Housed in Box 7)
4 82 Photographs of Art Work: Construction #25, Construction #27, 1956
4 83 Photographs of Art Work: Construction #30, 1956
4 84 Photographs of Art Work: Construction #41, 1957
4 85 Photographs of Art Work: Bronze Relief, 1957
4 86 Photographs of Art Work: Construction #44, Construction #46, and Construction #47, 1957
4 87 Photographs of Art Work: Construction #50, Construction #57, and Construction #62, 1958
4 88 Photographs of Art Work: Construction #64 and Construction #65, 1959
4 89 Photographs of Art Work: Construction #66, Annenberg School of Communications, University of Pennsylvania, 1959
4 90 Photographs of Art Work: Sculpture for 110 William Street Corporation, New York City, 1959
(Oversized Material Housed in Box 7)
4 91 Photographs of Art Work: Construction #67 and Construction #70, 1959-1960
4 92 Photographs of Art Work: Construction #72, 1960
4 93 Photographs of Art Work: Construction #74, Construction #75, and Construction #76, 1960-1961
4 94 Photographs of Art Work: Construction #79 and Construction #87, 1961
4 95 Photographs of Art Work: Construction #98, 1963-1966
4 96 Photographs of Art Work: Construction #88, 1965
4 97 Photographs of Art Work: Construction #89, Construction #92, and Construction #94, 1965-1966
4 98 Photographs of Art Work: Construction #107, 1969
4 99 Photographs of Art Work: Construction #110, 1969
Box Folder
5 1 Photographs of Art Work: Construction #115, 1969
5 2 Photographs of Art Work: Construction #116, Construction #117, and Construction #118, 1969
5 3 Photographs of Art Work: Construction #118A, Construction #120, and Construction #121, 1969
5 4 Photographs of Art Work: Construction #125, Construction #126, and Construction #127, 1970
5 5 Photographs of Art Work: Construction #132 and Construction #133, 1971
5 6 Photographs of Art Work: Construction #134 and Construction #137, 1971
5 7 Photographs of Art Work: Construction #140, 1971
5 8 Photographs of Art Work: Construction #141, Construction #142, and Construction #144, 1972
5 9 Photographs of Art Work: Construction #145 and Construction #147, circa 1972
5 10 Photographs of Art Work: Construction #152 and Construction #153A, 1973-1975
5 11 Photographs of Art Work: Construction #151 and Construction #157, 1974
5 12-17 Photographs of Art Work: Construction #158, 1974-1984
(6 folders)
5 18 Photographs of Art Work: Construction #160, Construction #161, and Construction #163, 1971-1974
5 19 Photographs of Art Work: Construction #167, Construction #170, and Construction #173, 1976-1979
5 20 Photographs of Art Work: Construction #179, Construction #180, and Construction #182-2, 1976-1977
5 21 Photographs of Art Work: Unidentified Bronze Sculptures, 1976-1978
5 22 Photographs of Art Work: Construction #183, Construction #184, and Construction #186, 1977-1978
5 23 Photographs of Art Work: Construction #187, Construction #188, and Construction #189, 1979-1980
5 24-25 Photographs of Art Work: Construction #190, 1980
(2 folders)
5 26 Photographs of Art Work: Construction #193 and Construction #200, 1980
5 27 Photographs of Art Work: Unidentified Sculpture, 1981
5 28-33 Slides of Art Work, 1958-1960, undated
(6 folders)
5 34 Photographs of Art Work by Others, undated
5 35-36 Photographs of Exhibition Installations at the Grace Borgenicht Gallery, New York, 1955, undated
(2 folders)
5 37 Photographs of Exhibition Installation at the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, 1959
5 38 Photographs of Exhibition Installation at the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, 1972
5 39 Photographs of Miscellaneous Exhibition Installations, 1981, undated
Box Folder
6 8 An Oversized Rolled Photograph of Art Work: [Female Figure], undated,
(from Box 4, Folder 13)
6 8 An Oversized Rolled Photograph of Art Work: [Abstract Form], undated,
(from Box 4, Folder 14)
6 8 An Oversized Rolled Photograph of Art Work: [Abstract Human Form], undated,
(from Box 4, Folder 15)
6 8 An Oversized Rolled Photograph of Art Work: Bust and Owl, 1930,
(from Box 4, Folder 28)
Box Folder
7 2 Six Oversized Photographs of José de Rivera, undated,
(from Box 4, Folder 8)
7 3 An Oversized Photograph of Art Work: [Abstract Form], undated,
(from Box 4, Folder 14)
7 3 An Oversized Photograph of Art Work: [Abstract Human Form], undated,
(from Box 4, Folder 15)
7 3 Three Oversized Photographs of Art Work: [Abstract Sculptures in Marble], undated,
(from Box 4, Folder 17)
7 3 Four Oversized Contact Sheets of Photographs of Art Work: Miscellaneous Stainless Steel Sculptures, undated,
(from Box 4, Folder 21)
7 3 An Oversized Photograph of Art Work: Bust and Owl, 1930,
(from Box 4, Folder 28)
7 3 An Oversized Photograph of Art Work: Form Synthesis [Bust], 1935,
(from Box 4, Folder 31)
7 4 Two Oversized Photographs of Art Work: Flight, 1937,
(from Box 4, Folder 35)
7 4 Two Oversized Photographs of Art Work: Bas-Relief for Soviet Pavilion, New York World's Fair, 1939,
(from Box 4, Folder 36)
7 5 An Oversized Photograph of Art Work: Blue, White, Yellow, 1942,
(from Box 4, Folder 47)
7 5 An Oversized Photograph of Art Work: Black and Red Construction, 1942,
(from Box 4, Folder 48)
7 6 Three Oversized Photographs of Art Work: Construction in Black and Yellow, 1945-1949,
(from Box 4, Folder 52)
7 6 Two Oversized Photographs of Art Work: Yellow, Black, 1946,
(from Box 4, Folder 54)
7 7 Two Oversized Photographs of Art Work: Light Sculpture for Andrew Geller Shoe Salon, 1947,
(from Box 4, folder 55)
7 8 Oversized Photographs of Art Work: [Aluminum Sculpture with Red, Black, Yellow Pigment], 1947-1950,
(from Box 4, Folder 56)
7 9 Two Oversized Photographs of Art Work: En Route, S. S. Argentina Dining Salon, 1949,
(from Box 4, Folder 60)
7 10 An Oversized Photograph of Art Work: Bas-Relief, 1950,
(from Box 4, Folder 62)
7 10 An Oversized Photograph of Art Work: Black and Red Construction, 1951,
(from Box 4, Folder 65)
7 10 An Oversized Photograph of Art Work: Construction in Blue and Black [I], 1951,
(from Box 4, Folder 66)
7 10 Two Oversized Photographs of Art Work: Construction in Blue and Black [II], 1951,
(from Box 4, Folder 67)
7 10 An Oversized Photograph of Art Work: [Stainless Steel Construction], 1951,
(from Box 4, Folder 68)
7 11 Two Oversized Photographs of Art Work: Continuum, 711 Third Avenue, New York City, 1956,
(from Box 4, Folder 81)
7 11 An Oversized Photograph of Art Work: Sculpture for 110 William Street Corporation, New York City, 1959,
(from Box 4, Folder 90)
Box
OV 9 Four Oversized Photographs of Art Work: Model Ship designs for the U. S. Navy, circa 1944,
(from Box 4, Folder 50)
Box
OV 10 Two Oversized Photographs of Art Work: Miscellaneous Stainless Steel Sculptures, undated,
(from Box 4, Folder 21)