Michigan Art and Craft Project records, 1940-1942

Michigan Art and Craft Proj, Michigan Art and Craft Project

Collection size: 0.3 linear ft. (on partial micrfilm reel).

Collection Summary: Financial documents; project statistics; descriptions of programs; letters to Charles Pollock; a clipping about Pollock's mural in Lansing, Michigan; photographs of artists: Clivia Calder, Samuel Cashwan, and Frank Casava with their works; and photographs of works of art by Marvin Beerbohm, David Fredenthal, Walter Speck, and Edgar Yaeger.[Microfilm and box title WPA-Michigan]

Biographical/Historical Note: The Michigan Art and Craft Project was a division of the Federal Art Project. Charles Pollock was the supervisor of the project.

Provenance unknown.

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