Peppino Mangravite papers, 1918-1982

A Finding Aid to the Peppino Mangravite Papers, 1918-1982, in the Archives of American Art, by Catherine S. Gaines

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Biographical Information

In 1914, at the age of eighteen, Peppino Gino Mangravite (1896-1978) settled in New York City with his father. The young man had already completed six years of study at the Scuole Techiniche Belle Arti in his native Italy, where coursework included the study of anatomy and Renaissance fresco techniques. Upon arrival in New York, he enrolled at Cooper Union, and by 1917 was studying under Robert Henri at the Art Students League.

Mangravite began his teaching career - one that lasted half a century - as assistant to Hans Peter Hansen at the Hansen School of Fine Arts in New York during the academic year 1918/19. He was an involved and committed teacher who worked equally well with young children and college students. For several summers in the 1920s, he ran summer art camps in the Adirondacks for children and adults. From 1926-1928 Mangravite lived in Washington D.C., where he taught at the Potomac School. The majority of his life was spent in New York where he served on the faculties of Sarah Lawrence College, Cooper Union, the Art Students League, and, most notably, Columbia University. In addition, he spent 1937-38 as head of the art department of Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, and from 1940-1942 taught at the Art Institute of Chicago. Mangravite was active in professional arts and education organizations. He wrote a number of articles about art education and served as chairman of the College Art Association's Committee for the Study of the Practice of Art Courses, 1943-1944.

In addition to teaching studio courses, Mangravite was a working artist. Represented by Dudensing Gallery, and later Rehn Galleries, he exhibited widely throughout the United States, and, occasionally, abroad. He won a number of awards, including a gold medal for mural painting at the Philadelphia Sesquicentennial Exhibition, 1926; the American Gold Medal Purchase Prize, Golden Gate Exposition, San Francisco, 1939; Alice McFadden Eyre Medal for best print, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, 1946; and a silver medal for mosaic design, Architectural League of New York, 1955. Mangravite was awarded Guggenheim Fellowships in 1932 and 1935, and during that same period was commissioned by the U.S. Treasury Department to paint murals for post offices in Hempstead, N.Y. and Atlantic City, N.J. Other commissions of note include a mural for the Governor's Mansion in the Virgin Islands, and a mosaic mural for the main altar of the Workers' Chapel, St. Anthony's Shrine, Boston, Mass.

Sponsored by Columbia University and with the assistance of the United States Information Agency, Mangravite met with art department heads of several European universities in 1955 to discuss Columbia University's plans for a new arts center. He also interviewed eight artists - Georges Braque, Marc Chagall, Giorgio De Chirico, Marino Marini, Henry Moore, Giorgio Morandi, Georges Rouault, and Graham Southerland -recording their ideas about art, life, and education.

Peppino Mangravite died in 1978.

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Overview of the Collection

Scope and Contents

The Peppino Mangravite papers measure 6.1 linear feet and are dated 1918-1982. They consist of correspondence, subject files, interviews with artists, writings and notes, miscellaneous records, printed matter, and photographs documenting Mangravite's career as a painter and educator.

Series 1: Correspondence includes chronological correspondence documenting Mangravite's career as a painter and educator. Correspondence is with employers, dealers, museums, galleries, collectors, clients, arts and educational organizations, publishers, and other artists. Much of the correspondence is between Mangravite and his dealers, the Dudensing Gallery and the Rehn Galleries, and with other galleries and museums where his paintings were exhibited. Mangravite's mural commissions are also discussed. Additional events documented include Mangravite's two Guggenheim Fellowships and his trip to Europe in 1955 to interview famous artists.

Mangravite's long teaching career is also documented in correspondence with Columbia University, Sarah Lawrence College, Avon School, Fieldston School of the Ethical Culture Schools, Potomac School, Dana Hall School, and the Colorado Springs Fine Art Center. Other topics covered in the correspondence concern Mangravite's published or proposed writings, particularly articles and books reviews, most notably for the Saturday Review of Literature and American Magazine of Art. Mangravite's membership activities in a variety of artists' organizations, such as the College Art Association, the American Society of Painters, Sculptors and Gravers; the American Artists' Congress, and the American Federation of Arts is well-represented in the correspondence.

A list of major correspondents can be found in the series description for Series 1: Correspondence.

Series 3: Interviews with Artists includes audio recordings, transcripts, photographs, notes and reports. During the summer of 1955, Mangravite traveled to England, France, and Italy where he conducted interviews with eight artists - Georges Braque, Marc Chagall, Giorgio De Chirico, Marino Marini, Henry Moore, Giorgio Morandi, Georges Rouault, and Graham Southerland - recording their ideas about art, life, and education. In 1972, Mangravite recorded an interview with Rufino Tamayo in Mexico City, and the two artists were photographed together on that occasion.

Series 4: Writings, Notes, and Lectures consists of articles, papers, talks, lectures, miscellaneous writings, and notes by Mangravite, and a small number of items by other writers. Series 5: Miscellaneous Records includes art work by Mangravite and others, audio/visual records, biographical information, and financial records. Among the printed matter in Series 6 are articles, exhibition announcements, invitations, catalogs, and miscellaneous printed items by and about Mangravite, art-related topics, and other subjects. In Series 7: Photographs, photos of people include Mangravite, students, and other artists. Photos of works of art are of murals and paintings by Mangravite and sculpture by Edgar Britton.

Arrangement and Series Description

The collection is arranged into 7 series:

Subjects and Names

This collection is indexed in the online catalog of the Archives of American Art under the following index terms. People, families and organizations are listed under "Subjects" when they are the topic of collection contents and under "Names" when they are creators or contributors.

Subjects:

  • Dudensing Galleries
  • Frank K.M. Rehn Galleries

Subjects-Topical:

  • Art -- Study and teaching
  • Art -- Economic aspects

Types of Materials:

  • Photographs
  • Interviews
  • Works of art

Names:

  • Moore, Henry, 1898-
  • Morandi, Giorgio, 1890-1964
  • Rouault, Georges, 1871-1958
  • Sutherland, Graham Vivian, 1903-
  • Braque, Georges, 1882-1963
  • Chagall, Marc, 1887-
  • De Chirico, Giorgio, 1888-
  • Marini, Marino, 1901-
  • Tamayo, Rufino, 1899-

Provenance

Most of the collection was donated by Peppino Mangravite in 1977. Additional papers were donated in 2003 by his daughter Denise Mangravite Scheinberg that include records documenting Mangravite's 1955 interviews with European artists, a sound recording and photographs of his meeting with Rufino Tamayo in 1972, a motion picture film of Mangravite's painting class at the Potomac School, and a small number of printed items.

How the Collection was Processed

The collection was processed by Catherine S. Gaines in 2003.


How to Use the Collection

Restrictions on Use

The collection is open for research. Patrons must use microfilm copy.

Ownership & Literary Rights

The Peppino Mangravite 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.

Available Formats

The collection is available on 35mm microfilm reels 5878-5882 in Archives of American Art offices, and through interlibrary loan.

How to Cite this Collection

Peppino Mangravite papers, 1918-1982. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.

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Detailed Description and Container Inventory

Series 1: Correspondence, 1918-1977, undated
(Boxes 1-2; 1.75 linear ft.; Reels 5878-5880)

Chronological correspondence documents Mangravite's career as a painter and educator and is with employers, dealers, museums, galleries, collectors, clients, arts and educational organizations, publishers, and other artists. The majority of the letters are written in English, but some are composed in French and Italian as well. Although primarily business correspondence, there is also a significant amount of personal correspondence with friends, colleagues, and former students. The letters often cover both business and personal topics, as Mangravite seemed to form close relationships with many of the people at the galleries and schools with which he was associated. Correspondence dated from 1918 to the 1950s is comprised mostly of incoming letters. Starting in the 1950s, the correspondence includes more outgoing correspondence, usually in the forms of onion skin copies and handwritten drafts. Correspondence is arranged chronologically, except two folders of undated letters, which are arranged alphabetically by last name of writer. A list of major correspondents follows.

A large amount of correspondence is between Mangravite and his dealers, the Dudensing Gallery and the Rehn Galleries, and discusses financial agreements, sales, and accounts. There is also correspondence with other galleries and museums where his paintings were exhibited. Mangravite's mural commissions are also discussed in the correspondence. Also found are invitations to participate in exhibitions, notifications of prize awards and artwork sales, invitations to be on juries for art competitions, or miscellaneous requests from fellow artists, fans, collectors, and clients. Significant events documented here include Mangravite's two Guggenheim Fellowships and his trip to Europe in 1955 to interview famous artists.

Mangravite's long teaching career is also documented in this series. Correspondence is found with Columbia University, Sarah Lawrence College, Avon School, Fieldston School of the Ethical Culture Schools, Potomac School, Dana Hall School, and the Colorado Springs Fine Art Center. Additionally, Mangravite was also a sought-after speaker and his correspondence includes many lecture invitations and requests as well as arrangements for accepted speaking engagements.

Other topics covered in the correspondence concern Mangravite's published or proposed writings, particularly articles and books reviews, most notably for the Saturday Review of Literature and American Magazine of Art. Also, there is some correspondence with publishers regarding book project ideas and manuscripts. Mangravite's membership activities in a variety of artists' organizations, such as the College Art Association, the American Society of Painters, Sculptors and Gravers; the American Artists' Congress, and the American Federation of Arts are well-represented in the correspondence. Of particular interest is Mangravite's response to an artists' rental policy debate during the 1930s, concerning the payment of rental fees for artworks exhibited in shows and galleries.

Major Correspondents

  • American Artists Congress
  • American Federation of Arts
  • American Society of Painters
  • Arms, John Taylor
  • Avon School
  • Barr, Alfred
  • Barzun, Jacques (Columbia University)
  • Bear, Donald J.
  • Benson, Emanuel
  • Biddle, George
  • Burchfield, Charles
  • Canaday, John
  • Canby, Courtlandt
  • Chagall, Marc
  • Clancy, John (Rehn Galleries)
  • Cole, Sylvan Jr. (Associated American Artists)
  • College Art Association
  • Colorado Springs Fine Art Center
  • Columbia University
  • d'Harnoncourt, Rene
  • Dana Hall School
  • Davis, Stuart
  • Dudensing, Richard
  • Fieldston School of the Ethical Culture Schools
  • Force, Juliana
  • Gonzales, Xavier
  • Harper & Brothers Publishers
  • Knight, Frederick
  • Larom, Henry V.
  • Lockwood, Ward
  • Magafan, Ethel and Jenne and Edward Chavez
  • Maldarelli, Oronzio
  • Manso, Leo
  • Manzella, David
  • Moe, Henry Allen
  • Mumford, Lewis
  • Pearson, Ralph M. (Design Workshop)
  • Philips, Duncan
  • Picken, George
  • Poor, Henry V.
  • Potomac School
  • Preston, Carol (Potomac School)
  • Rehn, Frank K. M.
  • Rice, Norman (Art Institute of Chicago)
  • Rich, Daniel Catton (Art Institute of Chicago)
  • Robinson, Boardman (Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center)
  • Roosevelt, Willard
  • Root, Edward W.
  • Saint-Gaudens, Homer
  • Sarah Lawrence College
  • Sculptors and Gravers
  • Simonson, Lee
  • Speicher, Gene
  • Sweet, Frederick A. (Portland Art Museum)
  • Talbot, William
  • Thayer, H. Standish
  • Vander Sluis, George
  • Watson, Forbes
  • Watkins, Franklin C.
  • Weston, Harold
  • Wilder, Mitchell A. (Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center)
  • Wyatt, Stanley

Box Reel
1 Reel 5878-5879 Chronological Correspondence, 1918-1951
(29 folders)
1 Reel 5879-5880 Chronological and Undated Correspondence, 1952-1977, undated
(24 folders)

Series 2: Subject Files, 1940-1960, undated
(Box 2; 0.25 linear ft.; Reels 5880-5881)

Subject files, arranged alphabetically, represent committees, organizations, and conferences in which Mangravite participated as a committee member or speaker. They contain printed matter, minutes, and notes. The file for the American Art Research Council contains painting registration forms completed by Mangravite. The file of printed matter concerning art courses in France and Italy probably was assembled for his daughter, Denise, who studied in Rome during the summer of 1955. Of particular interest is the file titled "Committee for the Study of the Practice of Art Courses, sponsored by College Art Association," which investigated how art was being taught and reported on its findings. Because the members of the committee - George Biddle, Jean Charlot, Bartlett H. Hayes, J. Ward Lockwood, Peppino Mangravite (chairman), Daniel Catton Rich, Boardman Robinson, Edward W. Root, and Franklin C. Watkins - were unable to gather as a body, the work of the committee, including preparation and editing of its final report, was conducted by correspondence.

Box Reel
2 5880 American Academy in Rome, 1947-1948
2 5880 American Art Research Council, 1943
2 5880 American Federation of Arts, 1940-1942
2 5880 Art Courses in France and Italy, 1955, undated
2 5880 Art In Education Conference, Columbia University, 1952
2 5880 Columbia University Bicentennial Celebration, Conference on the Arts, 1954
2 5880 Committee for Distributing Robert D. Kaufmann's Paintings, 1959-1960
2 5880 Committee for the Study of the Practice of Art Courses, sponsored by College Art Association, 1943-1944, undated
(2 folders)
2 5881 Committee for the Study of the Practice of Art Courses, sponsored by College Art Association, 1943-1944, undated
(2 folders)

Series 3: Interviews with Artists, 1955, 1972
(Boxes 3, 8; 0.65 linear ft.; Reel 5881)

During the summer of 1955, sponsored by Columbia University, and with the assistance of the United States Information Agency, Mangravite traveled to England, France, and Italy, where he met with artists and scholars, and art department heads of several European universities to discuss Columbia University's plans for a new Art Center. He interviewed Georges Braque, Marc Chagall, Giorgio De Chirico, Marino Marini, Henry Moore, Giorgio Morandi, Georges Rouault, and Graham Sutherland. Original audio recordings (7" reel to reel audio tapes) of all interviews except Giorgio Morandi are found here, along with excerpts of Mangravite's conversations with Braque, Chagall, De Chirico, Marini, and Morandi copied for radio broadcast (three 33-1/3 rpm lp recordings). Transcripts of all interviews are included, though there is no English translation of Rouault's interview. Each artist was also photographed with Mangravite on the day of his interview, except for Henry Moore who is represented by a single photograph taken circa 1955. The photographs are filed in this series.

In 1972, Mangravite recorded an interview with Rufino Tamayo in Mexico City, and the two artists were photographed together on that occasion. No transcript of the recording is among the Mangravite papers.

Photographs of other artists are filed with Series 7: Photographs, and a manuscript "Language of the Hand and Eye: Artists on Art, Life, and Education," by Mangravite, based on his interviews with European artists, can be found with Series 4: Writings, Notes, and Lectures.

Box Reel
3 5881 "Columbia University's Proposal to Mr. Theodore Streibert, Director of the United States Information Agency, on Professor Peppino Mangravite's Mission Abroad," 1955
3 5881 Notes, 1955
3 5881 "Professor Peppino Mangravite Reports to Dr. Grayson Kirk, President of Columbia University, on his interviews with artists and scholars in England, France and Italy, May, June, July and August, 1955," 1955
3 5881 Transcripts
3 5881 "Conversation with Georges Braque" (in French, with English translation and notes), June 19, 1955
3 5881 "Conversation with Marc Chagall" (in French, with English translation and edited copy), June 26, 1955
3 5881 "Conversation with Giorgio De Chirico" (in Italian, with English translation), July 9, 1955
3 5881 "Conversation with Marino Marini" (English translation), July 12, 1955
3 5881 "Conversation with Henry Moore" (with list of questions), June 7, 1955
3 5881 "Conversation with Giorgio Morandi" (in Italian, with English translation), July 13, 1955
3 5881 "Conversation with Georges Rouault" (in French, with list of questions), June 14, 1955
3 5881 "Conversation with Graham Sutherland," June 6, 1955
3 5881 Sound Recordings
3 5881 Braque, Georges, June 19, 1955
(33-1/3 rpm lp recording; see: Box 8)
3 5881 Braque, Georges, June 19, 1955
(7" reel)
3 5881 Chagall, Marc, June 26, 1955
(7" reel)
3 5881 De Chirico, Giorgio, July 9, 1955
(7" reel)
3 5881 Marini, Marino, July 12, 1955
(7" reel)
3 5881 Moore, Henry, June 7, 1955
(7" reel)
3 5881 Rouault, Georges, June 14, 1955
(7" reel)
3 5881 Rouault, Georges, June 14, 1955
(33-1/3 rpm lp recording; see: box 8)
3 5881 Sutherland, Graham, June 6, 1955
(7" reel)
3 5881 "Rufino Tamayo and Peppino Mangravite, Conversation in Tamayo's Studio, Mexico City," Febraury 24, 1972
(5" reel)
3 5881 DeChirico, Giorgio; Morandi, Giorgio; and Marini, Marino, July 9, 1955, July 13, 1955, July 12, 1955
(33-1/3 rpm lp recording; see: box 8)
3 5881 Photographs
3 5881 Braque, Georges, June 19, 1955
3 5881 Braque, Georges, June 19, 1955
(duplicates)
3 5881 Braque, Georges and Mangravite, June 19, 1955
3 5881 Braque, Georges and Mangravite, June 19, 1955
(duplicates)
3 5881 Braque, Georges, Mangravite, and Darthea Speyer, June 19, 1955
3 5881 Braque, Georges, Mangravite, and Darthea Speyer, June 19, 1955
(duplicates)
3 5881 Chagall, Marc, June 26, 1955
3 5881 Chagall, Marc and Mangravite, June 26, 1955
3 5881 DeChirico, Giorgio and Mangravite, July 9, 1955
3 5881 Marini, Marino and Mangravite, July 12, 1955
3 5881 Moore, Henry, 1955
3 5881 Morandi, Giorgio, July 13, 1955
3 5881 Morandi, Giogrio and Mangravite, July 13, 1955
3 5881 Rouault, Georges and Mangravite, June 14, 1955
3 5881 Sutherland, Graham and Mangravite, June 6, 1955
3 5881 Tamayo, Rufino and Mangravite, February 24, 1972
Box Reel
8 (sol) 5881 Sound Recordings
8 (sol) 5881 Braque, Georges, June 19, 1955
(33-1/3 rpm lp recording)
8 (sol) 5881 De Chirico, Giorgio, July 9, 1955; Morandi, Giorgio, July 13, 1955; and Marini, Marino, July 12, 1955
(33-1/3 rpm lp recording)
8 (sol) 5881 Rouault, Georges, June 14, 1955
(33-1/3 rpm lp recording)

Series 4: Writings, Notes, and Lectures, 1928-1962, undated
(Box 3; 0.35 linear ft.; Reel 5881)

Box Reel
3 5881 Articles and Papers By Mangravite
3 5881 "Dante Through Three Artists' Eyes," circa 1965
(research notes)
3 5881 "The Idea and the Problem," undated
3 5881 "Language of the Hand and Eye: Artists on Art, Life, and Education," undated
(2 folders)
3 5881 "Mind and Sense Question," undated
3 5881 "Relation of Creative Design to an Education in the Humanities," published in College Art Journal, Spring 1952
(French translation)
3 5881 Miscellaneous Writings By Mangravite
3 5881 Book Reviews, undated
3 5881 Unidentified Fragments, undated
3 5881 Lesson Plan, undated
3 5881 Notes and Lists, undated
3 5881 "Objectives in Teaching Art in the Fieldston School," 1935
3 5881 Plan to Help the War Effort, Museums, American Art and Artists, circa 1942-1945
3 5881 Report on Art School of the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, circa 1938
3 5881 Talks/Lectures By Mangravite
3 5881 "The American Painter and His Environment," undated
3 5881 "The Artist's Point of View on Art Education," Private School Association of Boston, 1936
3 5881 "Directions and Misdirections in American Art," undated
(lecture notes)
3 5881 "From the Painter's Point of View," Mangravite's contribution to "Freedom of Expression for Artists," a panel discussion sponsored by American Federation of Arts, 1947
3 5881 "The Future of Painting," on ABC Television's "Horizons" (transcript, schedule, publicity), 1951
3 5881 Lecture Notes, circa 1948-1950, undated
(2 untitled lectures)
3 5881 Talk at the Potomac School, undated
3 unfilmed Writings By Others
3 unfilmed "Claude Monet's Painting of a Branch of the Seine near Giverny in the Metropolitan Museum of Art," by Myron David Brenner, 1962
(student paper)
3 unfilmed "Drawing," by Rico Lebrun, undated
3 unfilmed Miscellaneous Notes, undated
3 unfilmed Poems by J.B.L. Godwin, Ann S. V. Mann, and W. A. Weiss, 1928-1955
3 5881 Review of Mangravite Exhibition at Chappell House by Donald J. Bear, undated

Series 5: Miscellaneous Records, 1926-1974, undated
(Boxes 4, 8; 10 folders; Reel 5881)

Miscellaneous records consist of art work, scattered biographical information and financial records, and two sound recordings. Art work consists of a small number of sketches by Mangravite and greeting cards with original prints by John [illegible], Clare Romano and John Ross, and an ink drawing by M.S. Additional sound recordings are found in Series 3: Interviews with Artists.

Box Reel
4 5881 Art Work
4 5881 Sketches by Mangravite, 1942-1950s, undated
4 5881 Greeting Cards with Original Art Work, 1953, undated
4 5881 Biographical Information, 1926-1974, undated
4 5881 Financial Records
4 5881 Gallery Statements and Accounts (Dudensing and Rehn), 1928-1972, undated
4 5881 Receipts for Art Deliveries, 1938-1965
4 5881 Receipts for Payments to Mangravite, 1935-1951, undated
4 5881 Receipts, Miscellaneous, 1932-1974, undated
4 5881 Fine Arts Insurance Policy; Fine Arts Schedule, 1965-1968, undated
4 5881 Lease for Office at 2 East 23rd Street, New York City, Dec. 15, 1938-Jan. 31, 1939
Box Reel
8 (sol) 5881 Audio/Visual Records
8 (sol) 5881 "Art in Education," WNYC radio broadcast of Peppino Mangravite and George Picken, October 11, 1953
(33-1/3 rpm recording)
8 (sol) 5881 At the Art Studio of the Potomac School, P. Mangravite," undated
(one 10 ½" reel of 16-mm color silent motion picture film)

Series 6: Printed Matter, 1918-1982, and undated
(Box 4-6; 2.65 linear ft.; Reels 5881-5882)

Box Reel
4 5881 Articles About/Mentioning Mangravite, 1932-1974, undated
4 5881 Articles By Mangravite, 1926-1965
(2 folders)
4 unfilmed Articles on Miscellaneous Art-Related Topics, 1940-1978, undated
4 5881 Exhibition Announcements, 1928-1975, undated
(2 folders)
4 5881 Exhibition Catalogs for Mangravite Exhibitions, 1921-1939
(15 folders)
Box Reel
5 5881-5882 Exhibition Catalogs for Mangravite Exhibitions, 1940-1982, undated
(22 folders)
5 5881-5882 Exhibition Catalogs for Mangravite on Jury,
1941-1964, undated
Box Reel
6 (hol) unfilmed Exhibition Catalogs for Other Artists' Exhibitions, 1952-1977, undated
(2 folders)
6 (hol) 5882 Announcements of Mangravite Lectures, Conference Participation, etc., 1936-1969, undated
6 (hol) 5882 Printed Materials for Events and Organizations Sponsored/Endorsed by Mangravite, 1933-1948, undated
6 (hol) unfilmed Miscellaneous Items, Art-Related, 1935-1959, undated
6 (hol) unfilmed Miscellaneous Items, Not Art-Related, 1933-1967, undated
6 (hol) 5882 Miscellaneous Items Mentioning Mangravite, 1923-1953, undated
6 (hol) 5882 Prospectuses for Exhibitions Juried by Mangravite, 1953
6 (hol) unfilmed Prospectuses for Miscellaneous Exhibitions, 1939-1968
6 (hol) 5882 School Catalogs and Brochures for Courses Taught by Mangravite, 1919-1969, undated

Series 7: Photographs, circa 1926-circa 1970, and undated
(Boxes 7-8; 0.6 linear ft.; Reel 5882)

Box Reel
7 (hol) 5882 Mangravite, circa 1970s
7 (hol) 5882 Mangravite with Neapolitan Newspaper Critics, 1945
7 (hol) 5882 Mangravite with Other Artists, circa 1936-1950s, undated
7 (hol) 5882 Mangravite with Others (unidentified), undated
7 (hol) 5882 Mangravite with Students, circa 1926-1942
7 (hol) 5882 Other Artists (Alfo Basaldella and Robert Laurent), 1955
7 (hol) 5882 Mr. and Mrs. Laurance Roberts [of the American Academy in Rome], 1955
7 (hol) 5882 Students, circa 1926
7 (hol) 5882 Murals By Mangravite
7 (hol) 5882 Club in Colorado Springs, circa 1937-1938
7 (hol) 5882 Columbia University Men's Faculty Club (with key to figures and symbols), undated
7 (hol) 5882 Governor's Mansion, Virgin Islands, undated
7 (hol) 5882 St. Anthony's Shrine, Boston, Mass., 1955
7 (hol) 5882 U.S. Post Office, Atlantic City, N.J., 1935
7 (hol) 5882 U.S. Post Office, Hempstead, N.Y., 1933
(see also: box 8)
7 (hol) 5882 U.S. Post Office, Jackson Heights, Flushing, N.Y., circa 1930s
7 (hol) 5882 Sketch for Unidentified, Unexecuted Mural, undated
7 (hol) 5882 Paintings By Mangravite
7 (hol) 5882 Exhibition Installation Views including Paintings by Mangravite, undated
7 (hol) 5882 Carnegie Institute and unidentified
7 (hol) 5882 Paintings, undated
7 (hol) unfilmed Paintings, Duplicate Prints and Negative, undated
7 (hol) 5882 Sculpture by Edgar Britton, 1947-1951
Box Reel
8 (sol) 5882 Murals By Other Artists, U.S. Post Office, Hempstead, NY, 1933