Tony Hepburn papers, circa 1967-2007

Hepburn, Tony, b. 1942
Sculptor, Art teacher
Active in Bloomfield Hills, Mich.

Collection size: 4.1 linear feet

Collection Summary: Biographical material, letters and copies of electronic mail, writings, artwork, photographs, audio visual material, printed material and miscellaneous material relating to Tony Hepburn's career as a sculptor and educator.

Biographical material includes school yearbooks and certificates. Letters and e-mails are from business associates, university colleagues, and friends. Writings include various notebooks, many of which include notes and sketches, typed transcripts of lectures and typed essays by Hepburn and daily notes. Photographs are of Hepburn and his artwork. Printed material includes journals and newspaper clippings of reviews, exhibition catalogs, and publications by the Cranbrook Academy of Art. Audio visual material includes three VHS tapes, one of a workshop in Tulane, La., 1989; another of a Symposium in San Jose, Calif., 1985, in which Hepburn participated; and one tape labeled "Tony Marsh Wall Project," undated. Miscellaneous material includes travel records, an address book, and pricing lists.

Biographical/Historical Note: Sculptor, art teacher; Bloomfield Hills, Mich.; b. 1942

Donated in 2008 by Tony Hepburn.

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