Theodore H. McKinney papers, 1964-1982

McKinney, Theodore H., b. 1918 d. 1983
Sculptor
Active in Houston, Tex.; Stafford, Tex.

Collection size: 0.2 linear ft. (on partial microfilm reel)

Collection Summary: Letters, from Norman H. Albertson, H.J. Bott, Dr. Denton A. Cooley, Texas Heart Institute, Houston, Senator Sam J. Ervin, Jr., Ben Hogan, Paul E. Martin, and Joseph W. Santamaria; a photocopy of McKinney's essay "A Viewpoint of a Sculptor for the Benefit of the Architect,"; newspaper and magazine clippings; Texas Heart Institute newsletters and reports, 1976-1982, relating to McKinney's sculpture of the human heart A SYMBOL OF EXCELLENCE; a notebook containing photographs of McKinney's sculpture and models for architectural sculpture and printed material about his studio, sculptors foundry and gallery, Stafford, Texas; and photographs and slides of McKinney and his sculpture, undated and 1964-1976.[Note: The 80 slides were not filmed.]

Biographical/Historical Note: Sculptor; Houston and Stafford, Texas.

Microfilmed as part of the Archives of American Art's Texas project. Donated 1982 by McKinney.

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