Ox-Bow Summer School of Painting records, 1911-1978

Ox-Bow Summer School of Painting

Collection size: 3 microfilm reels.

Collection Summary: Correspondence; photographs; scrapbook; printed material; and clippings.

REELS 1234-1235: Correspondence of Elsa Ulbricht, Director of the Ox-Bow Summer School of Painting; photographs of artists, and the 1975 craft workshop; and clippings and publications describing the history and programs of Ox-Bow.

REEL 1419: A scrapbook of clippings and flyers; brochures and printed matter; a 1950 exhibition notice; clippings; a catalog for the exhibition "50 Photographs by Wallace Kirkland"; three albums and loose photographs of the school and students.

Biographical/Historical Note: Art school; Saugatuck, Michigan. Founded 1910 by Walter Marshall Clute and Frederick F. Fursman.

Lent for microfilming 1977-1978 through Loretta Grellner, Director of Oxbow.

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