William P. Daley papers, 1905-2003, (bulk 1951-2001)

A Finding Aid to the William P. Daley Papers, 1905-2004 (bulk 1951-2001), in the Archives of American Art, by Erin Corley

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Biographical Information

Born in Hastings-on-Hudson, New York, in 1925, William P. Daley developed an interest in art at an early age, and was encouraged by his parents William and Alice. In 1943 Daley finished high school and enlisted in the Army Air Corps. When the war ended, he returned home, and with the help of the G.I. Bill, completed a B.S. in Art Education from Massachusetts College of Art, and a M.A. from the Teachers College at Columbia University. While at the Massachusetts College of Art he met and married fellow student Catherine Stennes. They had three children together, Barbara, Charlotte, and Thomas.

Originally intending to focus on painting, Daley discovered his love for ceramics while in art school. Much of his early work after graduation consisted of architectural and sculptural commissions. From 1961 to 1965 he held teaching positions as a ceramics instructor at the University of Northern Iowa, State University of New York at New Paltz, Philadelphia College of Art and Design, and the State University of New York at Fredonia. In 1965 he settled in Elkins Park, Pennsylvania and returned to the Philadelphia College of Art and Design, University of the Arts. There he taught in both the Industrial Design and Craft Department until his retirement from the college in 1990. When not teaching in the classroom, and even after retirement, Daley traveled extensively giving workshops and lectures at art centers, high schools, colleges, and universities. He has won several awards for teaching in the arts, including the College Art Association of America Distinguished Teaching of Art Award in 1991.

Daley became an active member of the crafts movement in Philadelphia, co-founding the Philadelphia Council of Professional Craftsmen. The Helen Drutt Gallery opened in Philadelphia in 1974 and gave Daley his first one man show there. Later, the gallery would become Daley's primary dealer. A self-proclaimed "mud man" and maker of "cosmic pots," Daley has focused throughout his career on the issues of the ceramic vessel, using drawings to explore his ideas. In 1994 the Renwick Gallery held a retrospective entitled, "William Daley: Ceramic Works and Drawings" which featured thirty years of his work. William Daley is still producing new work today.

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Overview of the Collection

Scope and Contents

The papers of ceramist William Daley measure 15.2 linear feet and date from 1905-2004 (bulk 1951-2001). The collection documents Daley's career as both artist and teacher through biographical information, correspondence, exhibition files, project files, material on workshops, seminars, and lectures, teaching files, artist files, reference files, printed material, photographs, financial files, and artwork.

Biographical files encompass items from Daley's early life including family, education, and military materials, as well as files on awards he has earned, and interviews he has given during his career. Correspondence includes general correspondence with family, friends, artists, colleagues, and schools, as well as named files on correspondence with galleries, organizations, and individuals. The largest series in the collection, Exhibition Files, spanning a fifty year period, contain materials on group and solo exhibitions in which Daley participated, and also includes Auction Files and Exhibition Juror Files. Project Files contain materials related to public and private commissions.

Workshops, Seminars, and Lectures, documents the numerous events at which Daley taught or spoke on topics of art, ceramics, and/or education. Many of these topics are also found in Writings, which include drafts of writings by Daley and others. Within this series Daley's personal address lists and calendars are also found. The Teaching Files provide insight into Daley's teaching methods, primarily at the Philadelphia College of Art, from materials such as curriculum plans, lesson notes, and assignments. Also within this series are general teaching notes which contain many hand drawn diagrams. The Artist Files that Daley created house materials concerning artists who were friends, former students, co-workers, and colleagues. Daley also compiled Reference Files containing materials on various topics for use in teaching and projects. Topics include the art of various countries, formulas and tables for ceramics, essays on art and education, and other general subjects. Printed Material provides information, primarily on ceramics, through press clippings, exhibit announcements, catalogs and journals, as well as other miscellaneous materials. Also found are reviews of Daley's work. While photographs are included throughout the collection, the Photographs series contains additional photographs of Daley in the studio or in the classroom, as well as photographs of artwork by others. Also found in the collection are copies of drawings Daley completed throughout his career.

Arrangement and Series Description

The collection is arranged into thirteen series. Each series is arranged either in rough chronological or alphabetical order.

Subjects and Names

This collection is indexed in the online catalog of the Archives of American Art under the following index terms:

  • Chihuly, Dale, 1941-
  • Howard, Robert Boardman, 1896-1983
  • Nanette L. Laitman Documentation Project for Craft and Decorative Arts in America
  • Philadelphia College of Art. -- Faculty
  • Schreckengost, Viktor, 1906-
  • Art--Study and teaching
  • Ceramicists
  • Drawings
  • Glazes--Formulae
  • Interviews
  • Photographs
  • Potters
  • Pottery--Study and teaching--Pennsylvania
  • Pottery--Technique
  • Sculptors--Pennsylvania
  • Transcripts

Provenance

The William P. Daley papers were donated by Daley in 2003.

How the Collection was Processed

The collection was processed by Erin E. Corley in 2003, as part of the Nanette L. Laitman Documentation Project for Craft and Decorative Art in America.


How to Use the Collection

Restrictions on Use

The collection is open for research. Use requires an appointment and is limited to the Washington, D.C. research facility.

Ownership & Literary Rights

The William P. Daley 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.

How to Cite this Collection

William P. Daley papers, 1905-2004 (bulk 1951-2001). Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.

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Detailed Description and Container Inventory

Series 1: Biographical Files, 1905-2003, undated
0.5 Linear feet; Box 1

This series includes artist statements, a brief biography and professional history of Daley, as well as school and military records. It also contains files on William Daley's Honorary Doctorates and numerous other awards and typically include correspondence, brochures, and other related materials concerning the awards. Also found are documents associated with Daley's family, including correspondence with his parents during World War II and materials on his father, William Joseph Daley. There are files on two oral history interviews including a 120 page interview of Daley conducted in 1985 by the Columbia University American Craftspeople Oral History Project. This series is arranged alphabetically by type of material and chronologically under each heading. Most materials prior to 1950 are photocopies.

Box Folder
1 1 Artist Statements, 1956, 1997, circa 2000
1 2 Awards, National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts Honorary Membership, undated
1 3 Awards, State University of New York Research Foundation Grant-In-Aid Award, 1965
1 4 Awards, American Institute of Architects Craftsmanship Medal Award Nomination, 1972
1 5 Awards, National Endowment for the Arts Craftsmen's Fellowship Grant, 1977
1 6 Awards, Massachusetts College of Art Outstanding Achievement Award, 1980
1 7 Awards, Philadelphia College of Art Venture Fund, 1984-1985
1 8 Awards, American Craft Council's College of Fellows, 1988
1 9 Awards, University of the Arts, University Professor of the Arts, 1989
1 10-11 Awards, College Art Association Distinguished Teaching of Art Award, 1990-1991
1 12 Awards, Art Matters' Lifetime Achievement Award, 1991
1 13 Awards, PEW Fellowship Nomination, 1991-1992
1 14 Awards, Interior Design Council's Roland A. Gallimore Memorial Award, 1992
1 15 Awards, Massachusetts College of Art Distinguished Alumnus 1994, 1993-1994
1 16 Awards, American Craft Council Aileen Osborn Webb 2003 Gold Medal, 2003
1 17 Biography/Professional History, 1999
1 18 Birth and Baptismal Certificates, 1925
1 19 Education, School Records, 1941-1942
1 20 Education, High School Artwork, 1942, undated
1 21 Education, Letters of Recommendation, 1943, 1951
1 22 Education, Massachusetts School of Art Records, 1948-1950
1 23 Education, Acceptance Letter from Radcliffe College, 1950
1 24 Education, Teachers College, Columbia University Records, 1950-1951
1 25 Family, William Joseph Daley Materials, 1905, 1919, undated
1 26 Family, Correspondence with Parents During War, 1944, undated
1 27 Honorary Doctorate, Maine College of Art, 1993
1 28 Honorary Doctorate, Philadelphia College of Art and Design, 1994
1 29 Interview, Fine Arts Brochure, 1979-1980
1 30 Interview, Columbia University American Craftspeople Oral History Project, 1985
1 31 Military, Service Records, 1943-1950, undated
1 32 Military, Veterans Administration Records, 1945-1951

Series 2: Correspondence, 1957-2001, undated
1.5 Linear feet; Boxes 1-2

This series contains both personal and professional correspondence. A significant amount of correspondence related to William Daley's professional career is also located within series 3, 4, and 5, and correspondence with certain artists is found in the Artist Files in Series 8.

The Correspondence Files are arranged into two subseries:

2.1: General Correspondence, 1957-2001, undated

General Correspondence primarily consists of letters of a more personal nature from family, friends, artists, and colleagues, including numerous cards and postcards. Also within are requests from galleries, schools, universities, and art associations for Daley to take part in exhibitions or workshops. Files are arranged chronologically by year.

Box Folder
1 33-51 General Correspondence, 1957-1985, undated
Box Folder
2 1-27 General Correspondence, 1986-2001

2.2: Named Files, 1959-2000, undated

Named Files are arranged alphabetically by the correspondents name and contain primarily professional correspondence to and from Daley. Included are files on galleries, such as Exhibit A and Garth Clark Gallery, and several councils and organizations in which Daley was a member. There are also files on individuals with whom Daley exchanged a significant amount of correspondence over a long period of time. Most notable is Helen Drutt, owner of the Helen Drutt Gallery which represents Daley's artwork.

Box Folder
2 28 American Crafts Council, 1976-1979, 1993-1998
2 29 Art Advisory Council, Wills Eye Hospital, 1978-1979
2 30 Bates, Wayne, 1979-1982, 1990-1998, undated
2 31 Braunstein Gallery, 1980-1987
2 32 Bryant, Keith, 1987-1993, undated
2 33 Busch, Gail, 1982-1995, undated
2 34 Ceramics Monthly, 1979-1980, 1991
2 35 Colburn, Anthony, 1990-1992, undated
2 36 Drutt, Helen, 1979-2000, undated
2 37-38 Exhibit A, 1977-1985, undated
2 39 Garth Clark Gallery, 1978-1991, undated
2 40 Larsen, Jack Lenor, 1982-1994, undated
2 41 Levin, Elaine, 1979-1990, undated
2 42 Martha Schneider Gallery, Inc., 1987-1988
2 43 Nelson, Glenn C., 1959, 1968-1984, 1990
2 44 New York State College of Ceramics, 1965, 1980-1984
2 45 Philadelphia Council of Professional Craftsmen, 1966, undated
2 46 The Renzetti Fund, 1981-1982
2 47 Wolf, Howard A., 1978-1987, undated

Series 3: Exhibition Files, 1949-1999, undated
2.7 Linear feet; Boxes 3-5

The Exhibition Files are organized into three subseries:

3.1: Exhibition Files, 1949-1998, undated

Exhibition Files contain material on the numerous group and solo exhibits in which William Daley participated. Files typically include correspondence, expense lists and receipts, price lists, and printed materials, including brochures, catalogs, announcements, and press clippings. A few files also contain photographs. Files are arranged chronologically by year of exhibition.

Box Folder
3 1 New England Painting and Sculpture (1949), 1949
3 2 Decorative Arts and Ceramics Exhibition, 1949, 1952-1953
3 3 "Craftsmen of the Midwestern College Art Conference" (1952), 1952
3 4 Iowa Artists Show, 1952-1953
3 5 Blackhawk County Art Show, 1952-1953
3 6 Iowa State Teachers College Invitational (1953), 1953
3 7 Fiber, Clay, Metal 1953 Craft Competition, 1953
3 8 American Craftsman's Educational Council, Young Americans 1954, 1954
3 9 American Craftsman's Educational Council, Young Americans 1955, 1955
3 10 New York Society of Ceramic Arts 61st Annual Exhibition (1955), 1955
3 11 New Paltz Craft Cooperative Shop (1956), 1956
3 12 Fifth Annual Miami National Ceramic Exhibition (1957), 1957
3 13 Pace Gallery, circa 1959
3 14 Philadelphia Art Alliance 46th Season (1960), 1960
3 15 Everson Museum of Art 22nd Ceramic National (1962), 1962
3 16 Scripps College Twentieth Annual Invitational Ceramic Exhibition (1964), 1964
3 17 Sculpture, Ceramics, Drawings: Old Main Gallery (1965), 1965
3 18 Gallery 1015 (1966), 1965-1966
3 19 Penn State Exhibition (1966), 1966
3 20 24th Ceramic National (1966), 1966
3 21 Craftsmen '67, 1966-1967
3 22 First Survey of Contemporary American Crafts, University of Texas (1967), 1966-1967
3 23 Ceramic Design, Philadelphia Art Alliance (1967), 1966-1967
3 24 25th Ceramic National, 1968
3 25 Fourth National Invitational Craft Exhibition (1968), 1968
3 26 Artists Equity Exhibition (1968), 1968
3 27 "Ceramics by William Daley" (1969), 1968-1969
3 28 Drawing Exhibition at Beaver College (1969), 1969
3 29 Craftsmen '70, 1970
3 30 CRAFTS 1970, 1970
3 31 Craftsmen '73, circa 1973
3 32 University of New Mexico Invitational Craft Exhibition, 1973
3 33 William Daley at Helen Drutt Gallery (1974), 1974
3 34 Clay U.S.A. (1975), 1975-1977
3 35 "Philadelphia: Three Centuries of American Art" (1976), 1975-1976
3 36 Exhibition of Liturgical Arts (1976), 1976
3 37 William Daley at the Helen Drutt Gallery (1976), 1976
3 38 Soup Tureens: 1976, 1976
3 39 Contemporary Clay: Ten Approaches (1976), 1976-1977
3 40 Millersville State College 5th Annual Clay Invitational (1977), 1977
3 41 The Philadelphia Craft Show (1977), 1977
3 42 Vessel as Metaphor (1977), 1977
3 43 Art in Service of Liturgy (1978), 1978
3 44 Artists Equity Triennial Exhibition (1978), 1978
3 45-46 Century of Ceramics in the United States 1878-1978, 1978-1979
3 47 "Wayne Bates, William Daley, Richard Reinhardt" (1978), 1978-1980
3 48 "William P. Daley: Ceramic Sculpture at Braunstein Gallery" (1979), 1978-1980
3 49 Central Iowa Art Association Ceramic Study Collection, 1979
3 50 Fiber, Clay, & Metal (1979), 1979
3 51 "Invitational Clay/Fiber/Metal Exhibition" (1979), 1979
3 52 Olaf Skoogfors: 20th Century Goldsmith (1979), 1979
3 53-54 The Contemporary American Potter (1980), 1979-1983
3 55 Philadelphia: Clay 1980, 1979-1980
3 56 Contemporary Ceramics: A Response to Wedgewood (1980), 1979-1980
3 57 William P. Daley Ceramics at Helen Drutt Gallery (1980), 1980
3 58 Celebrate Haystack, 1981
3 59 American Potters I and II (1981), 1981
3 60 William Daley: Recent Works at Exhibit A (1981), 1981
3 61 Skidmore College Fifth National Crafts Invitational (1981), 1981
3 62 East Coast Vessels, 1982
3 63-64 Who's Afraid of American Pottery? (1983), 1981-1983
3 65-66 William Daley at the Massachusetts College of Art (1982), 1982
3 67 Philadelphia College of Art: Inside/Outside (1982), 1982
3 68 Mankato State University Invitational, 1982-1983,
3 69 "Art in Craft Media" (1983), 1983
3 70 New Works in Clay by William Daley, Elsa Rady, Betty Woodman, 1983
Box Folder
4 1 Affects/Effects 2 (1983), 1983
4 2 American Clay Artists: Philadelphia '83, 1983
4 3 Ceramic Echoes: Historical References in Contemporary Ceramics (1983), 1983
4 4 William P. Daley at the Helen Drutt Gallery (1983), 1983
4 5 Works on Paper (1983), 1983
4 6 Clay in New Mexico '83, 1983
4 7 "A Salute to Pennsylvania's Artistic Heritage" (1983), 1983
4 8 "Skidmore Craft Invitational '84," 1983-1984
4 9 Clay Vessels (1984), 1984
4 10 U.S. News and World Report (1984), 1984
4 11 "Continental Insurance 1984: The Continental Collection," 1984
4 12 William Daley at Alfred University (1985), 1984-1985
4 13 Bill Daley at Garth Clark Gallery (1985), 1984-1985
4 14 Pottery Questions II (1985), 1984-1985
4 15 Pennsylvania Ceramists: The Container (1984), 1984-1985
4 16 William Daley Vessels at Braunstein Gallery (1985), 1984-1986
4 17 Architectural Clay/Clay in Architecture (1985), 1985
4 18 "Big Containment" (1986), 1985-1986
4 19 Contemporary Arts: An Expanding View (1986), 1985-1986
4 20 "Contemporary Crafts: A Concept in Flux" (1986), 1986
4 21 27th Ceramic National Exhibition (1987), 1986-1989
4 22 "Contemporary American Ceramics" (1987), 1986-1988
4 23 Investigations of the Mind (1987), 1987
4 24 "Ceramic Artists: Works on Paper" (1987), 1987
4 25 Craft Today: Poetry of the Physical (1987-1988), 1987-1988
4 26 Craft Today: USA (1988-1992), 1986-1993
4 27 William Daley at Garth Clark Gallery (1988), 1987-1988
4 28 New Art Forms (1988), 1988
4 29 William Daley at Helen Drutt Gallery (1988), 1988-1989
4 30 "Oval Chamber" at the Renwick Gallery (1988), 1988-1989
4 31 American Clay Artists 1989, 1988-1989
4 32 Clay/Fiber/Metal Invitational 1989, 1988-1989
4 33 Contemporary Artifacts 1989, 1989
4 34 "Faculty Drawing Exhibition at the University of the Arts" (1989), 1989
4 35 "Mirror Images" (1989), 1989
4 36 International Ceramics Competition '89, 1989
4 37-39 William Daley: 1990-1980, 1990
4 40 Montgomery County Artists Invitational Art Show (1990), 1990
4 41 William Daley at Helen Drutt Gallery (1990), 1990
4 42 "Visiting Artists Program: 20th Year Anniversary Show" (1991), 1991-1992
4 43 Scale/Detail (1991), 1991-1992
4 44 National Ceramic Invitational at West Chester University (1992), 1991-1992
4 45 "Impressions Through Plaster" (1992), 1991-1992
4 46 Philadelphia College of Art Exhibition, 1991-1993
4 47 A Decade of Craft: Recent Acquisitions at the American Craft Museum (1992), 1992
4 48 Contemporary Crafts by Pennsylvanian Artists (1992), 1992
4 49 Inside/Outside: Ceramics and Drawings by William Daley (1993), 1992-1993
4 50 Contemporary American Ceramics at Stetson University (1993), 1992-1993
4 51 The Year of American Craft (1993), 1992-1993
4 52 UnConventional Art (1993), 1993
4 53 Distinguished Alumni Exhibition at Columbia University (1993), 1993
4 54 Wustum Museum of Fine Arts, 1993
4 55-56 William Daley: Ceramic Works and Drawings (1993), 1993-1994
4 57 Drawing '94: Explorations, 1994
4 58-60 William Daley: Ceramic Works and Drawings at the Renwick Gallery (1994), 1994
Box Folder
5 1 William Daley: Ceramic Works and Drawings at the Arkansas Art Center (1994), 1994
5 2 Working in Other Dimensions: Objects and Drawings II (1994), 1994
5 3 Clay Studio 20th Anniversary Celebration Exhibition (1994), 1994
5 4 4th International Ceramics Symposium, 1995
5 5 Vessels: Three Views (1995), 1995
5 6 William Daley: Ceramic Works and Drawings (1995), 1995
5 7 Influenced by Nature (1995-1996), 1995-1996
5 8 Wood Turning Center Exhibition (1997), 1995-1997
5 9 Pennsylvania Treasures I (1998), 1997-1998
5 10 Sculpture Objects and Functional Art at SOFA New York, 1998
5 11 Mid-Atlantic Contemporary Tile (1998), 1998
5 12 Regis Master Series (1998), 1998
5 13 Paper Pots II (1998), 1998
5 14 Miscellaneous Materials, 1962-1963, undated

3.2: Auction Files, 1979-1993, undated

Auction Files contain material relating to art auctions for which Daley donated a work of art. Found are correspondence, price lists, printed materials, including catalogs and announcements, and receipts. Files are arranged chronologically by year of auction.

Box Folder
5 15 Channel 12 Art & Antiques Auction, 1979-1980
5 16 Haystack Auction 1980, 1980
5 17 American Craft Museum Selection '85, 1985, undated
5 18 Haystack Silent Auction, 1987
5 19 American Craft Museum Bewitched by Craft, 1988
5 20 Clay Studio Ceramic Art Sweepstakes, 1990
5 21 Christie's, 1990
5 22 Wallingford Potters Guild, 1990-1992, undated
5 23 "Touchstone Auction," 1993

3.3: Exhibition Juror Files, 1968-1999

The Exhibition Juror Files contain material concerning exhibitions for which Daley was a juror or critic. Materials in these files are very similar to the Exhibitions files and typically include correspondence, expense lists and receipts, award lists, and printed materials, including announcements, brochures, and press clippings. Files are arranged chronologically by year of exhibition.

Box Folder
5 24 "York Sate Craft Fair," 1968
5 25 Delaware Art Museum Annual Contemporary Crafts Exhibition (1973), 1973
5 26 Show of Crafts and Graphics (1978), 1978
5 27 Philadelphia Craft Show (1979), 1979
5 28 Arts Alive '81, 1981
5 29 Michigan Ceramics/Rouge 1982, 1981-1982
5 30 Boston University "Certificate of Mastery Exhibition," 1982
5 31 New Directions in Tile (1983), 1983
5 32 Pennsylvania Guild of Craftsmen (1984), 1984
5 33 Designed and Made for Use (1985), 1985
5 34 Market House '86, 1985-1986
5 35 Swain School of Design Graduate Exhibition (1986), 1986
5 36 Abington Art Center Ceramic Exhibition (1988), 1988
5 37 Main Line Center of the Arts 25th Annual Craft Exhibition (1988), 1988-1999
5 38 "New Jersey Art Educators As Artists" (1990), 1990
5 39 National Museum of Ceramic Art First Regional Juried Exhibition (1991), 1991
5 40 Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation (1991), 1991-1992
5 41 "Fleischer Art Memorial Challenge Competition" (1992-1993), 1991-1993
5 42 Wallingford Potters Guild (1992), 1992
5 43 Clay Here and There (1993), 1993
5 44 "Members/Faculty Exhibition" at Perkins Center for the Arts (1994), 1993
5 45 Strictly Functional Pottery National Exhibit (1994), 1993-1995
5 46 Smithsonian Craft Show (1995), 1994-1995
5 47 Abington Friends School Celebrate Crafts, , 1995-1996
5 48 University of the Arts MFA Winter Critique, 1995-1996
5 49 Pew Fellowship in the Arts, 1995-1996
5 50 Clay Studio Exhibition (1997), 1996
5 51 Ceramics '97, 1996-1997
5 52 1997 Central Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts, 1996-1997
5 53 Wayne Art Center: Craft Forms '98, 1998-1999

Series 4: Project Files, 1956-2000, undated
1 Linear foot; Boxes 5-6

Project Files typically contain correspondence, expense lists, receipts, sketches, printed material, and photographs related to sculpture projects that William Daley completed or proposed during his career. This includes public and private commissions, notably a sculpture for IBM at the Seattle World's Fair, a sculpture for South African Airways, the Fairfield Maxwell Wall, and work completed at the Westminster Presbyterian Church. Files are arranged chronologically by year.

Box Folder
5 54 Works in Feasterville, Pennsylvania, 1956-1963
5 55 "Timeless Metronome," 1958
5 56 "Progeny," circa 1959, 1975, 1985
5 57 Casablanca International Trade Fair, 1960
5 58 "Columbine," 1960
5 59 John Pickett Fountain, circa 1960
5 60 Robert John Sculpture, circa 1960
5 61-63 IBM at Seattle World's Fair Sculpture, 1961-1962
5 64 Colgate Research Center Mural, 1962
5 65 Ceramic and Teak Wood Screens, 1962-1963
5 66 State University of New York, Fredonia Senior Class Present, 1964
5 67-68 "Centurian Marker," 1964, 1996-1998
5 69 Works in Fredonia, New York, 1964-1965
5 70 Penn State Planters, 1965
5 71 Lillian Garabedian Memorial, 1965
Box Folder
6 1 ARCO Chemical Company Sculpture, 1966-1967
6 2 TAP Portuguese Airways Sculpture, 1966-1968, 1972
6 3 "Burning Bush," circa 1968
6 4 Hallenwall Realty Company Sculpture, 1968-1969
6 5 John Pickett Fireplace, 1970
6 6 Haddington Recreation Center Fountain, 1970-1971
6 7-9 South African Airways Sculpture, 1970-1971, 1985
6 10-11 Germantown Friends School Sculpture, 1970-1973
6 12-14 Fairfield Maxwell Wall, 1971-1979, 2000
6 15 North American Watch Co. Sculpture, circa 1973
6 16 Campbell Soup Tureen, 1976
6 17 Our Lady of the Rosary Baptismal Font, 1976
6 18 Squire Enterprises, Inc. Flower Pots, 1976
6 19-21 Ritz Motion Picture Theatre Sculpture, 1977-1978
6 22 Certainteed Corp. Fountain, 1978
6 23 NEA "Art in Public Places" Inquiry, 1979, undated
6 24 Earl Millard Pot, 1980
6 25 Wills Eye Hospital Wall, 1980
6 26 St. Paul's Episcopal Church Baptismal Font, 1988-1990
6 27 Studio Potter Network Drawing, 1992-1993
6 28 Arrow International, Inc. Sculpture, 1992-1993
6 29-30 Westminster Presbyterian Church, 1993-1994
6 31 Sam Schacht Drawings, 1995
6 32 Arrow International, Inc. Wall Segment, 1996-1997
6 33 Wayne Bates Dormer, 1996-1998

Series 5: Workshops, Seminars, and Lectures, 1958-1998, undated
2.3 Linear feet; Boxes 6-8

This series includes extensive materials on workshops William Daley taught, seminars he participated in, and lectures that he gave on topics of art, ceramics, and education. Files typically contain most or all of the following: correspondence, expense lists and receipts, schedules of events, lecture or teaching notes, printed material, including brochures and press clippings, and photographs of the event. Files are labeled according to location or title of the event and are arranged chronologically by year.

Box Folder
6 34 NBC's "Adventuring in the Hand Arts," 1958
6 35 General Motors Summer Program, 1961
6 36 South Senior High School, 1966
6 37 World of Arts Raku Workshop, 1968
6 38 Waldorf College, 1970
6 39 Collab '71, 1971
6 40 California College of Arts and Crafts, 1973
6 41 University of Cincinnati, 1974
6 42 Montgomery County Community College, 1976
6 43 Board of Education and Philadelphia Art Alliance "Artist to Artist Program," 1976-1977
6 44 Ohio State University, 1976-1977
6 45 Alfred University, 1977
6 46 "Jam Craft Media Day & Exhibition," 1977
6 47 Arts Council Program, 1977
6 48 William Allen High School, 1977
6 49 Philadelphia College of Art's Law and Art Seminar, 1977
6 50 Cleveland Institute of Art, 1977-1978
6 51 Cranbrook Academy of Art, 1977-1979
6 52 Rhode Island School of Design, 1978
6 53 Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania, 1978
6 54 University of Rhode Island, 1978-1979
6 55 NCECA/SuperMud Conference, 1978-1979
6 56 Exhibit A: Peter Voulkos Exhibit, 1979, undated
6 57 University of Pennsylvania "Continuum," 1979
6 58 Drexel University, 1979
6 59 Purdue University, 1979
6 60-61 Banff Center Summer Session, 1979-1982
6 62 Stockton State College, 1980
6 63 "Contemporary American Potter" Symposium, 1980
6 64 NCECA 1980, 1980
6 65 Avila College, 1980-1981
6 66 "Ceramics Seminar '81," 1980-1981
6 67 "International Ceramics Symposium 1981," 1980-1981
6 68 Art Sales and Rental Gallery Talk, 1981
Box Folder
7 1 Philadelphia Museum of Art "Celebration of Crafts," 1981
7 2 Manayunk Art Center, 1981
7 3 Fredonia State University College, 1981
7 4 NCECA 1981, 1981
7 5 Consortium: 80/81, 1981
7 6 University of Colorado at Boulder, 1982
7 7 Emily Carr College of Art, 1982
7 8 University of Texas at Austin, 1982
7 9 Swarthmore College, 1982, 1989
7 10 NCECA 1983, 1982-1983
7 11 Luther College Artists Visit, 1982-1983
7 12 Blossom Festival School Art Program, 1982-1983
7 13 NCECA Boston '84, 1983-1984
7 14 Napa Valley College, 1983-1984
7 15 Anderson Ranch Arts Center, 1983-1984, undated
7 16 School of Art, Kutztown State College, 1984
7 17 Long Beach Island Foundation, 1984-1985, undated
7 18 American Potters Today, 1984-1986
(2 folders)
7 19 Chautauqua Institution, 1984-1987
7 20 Temple University, 1985
7 21 Kansas City Art Institute, 1985
7 22 Friends Seminary, 1985, undated
7 23 Clay Studio, 1985
7 24 NCECA '85, 1985
7 25 Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, 1985
7 26 Architecture of the Vessel Symposium, 1985-1986
7 27 "University of Arkansas NEA Visiting Artists Forum Series," 1985-1986
7 28 Connecticut Clay Artists, 1985-1986
7 29 Alfred College, 1985, 1987
7 30 Chicago International New Art Form Exposition, 1986
7 31 NCECA 1986, 1986
7 32 Art/Culture/Future: American Craft '86 Conference, 1986
7 33 Greenwich House Pottery Workshop, 1986
7 34 Lill Street Gallery Fall Education Series, 1986
7 35 Plattsburg State University College, 1986-1987
7 36 College Art Association Meetings, 1986-1987
7 37 NCECA '97, 1987
7 38 University of South Carolina, 1987
7 39 Harbourfront "International Creators" Lecture Series, 1987
7 40 Market House Craft Center, 1987-1988
7 41 Symposium: The Case for Clay in Secondary Education, 1987-1988, undated
7 42 Clay in the East IV Symposium, 1987-1988
7 43 Hartwick College, 1988
7 44 Mercersburg Academy Workshop, 1988
7 45 Camden County College, 1988
7 46 Baylor University, 1988-1989
7 47 University of Manitoba, 1988-1989
7 48-49 Haystack Mountain School of Crafts, 1988-1990
7 50 NCECA '89, 1988-1989
7 51 Princeton University, 1989
7 52 "Montclair State College Art Forum," 1989
7 53 University of Michigan School of Art, 1989
7 54 Main Line Center of the Arts, 1989
7 55 Banff Centre School of Fine Arts, 1989-1990
7 56 "Clayfolk"/Southern Oregon State College, 1989-1990, undated
7 57 Cheltenham Art Centre, 1989-1990
7 58 Southern Illinois University Visiting Artist, 1989-1990
7 59 University of Miami, 1989-1990
7 60 Chautauqua Institution, 1989-1991
7 61 Functional Ceramics Workshop, 1989-1991
7 62 Cranbrook Academy of Art, 1990, undated
7 63 James Renwick Alliance, 1990
7 64 NCECA '90, 1990
7 65 Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities, 1990
7 66 Radcliff Ceramics Studio, 1990
7 67 Whitemarsh Art Center, 1990, undated
7 68 Converse College, 1990-1991
7 69 Peters Valley Craftsmen, 1990-1991
7 70 Arkansas Art Center, 1990-1991
7 71 Penland School of Crafts, 1990-1991
7 72 Northern Illinois University, 1990-1991
7 73 Touchstone Center for Crafts, 1990-1992
7 74 Art and Industry Forum, 1991
7 75 Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, 1991
7 76 Johns Hopkins University School of Continuing Studies, 1991
7 77 NCECA 1991, 1991
7 78-79 Conversations '91, 1991
Box Folder
8 1 Haystack Mountain School of Crafts, 1991, undated
8 2 Massachusetts College of Art, 1991, 1998
8 3 Portland School of Art, 1991, undated
8 4 NEA Visual Artist Fellowships/ Crafts Panel, 1991-1992
(2 folders)
8 5-6 NCECA 1992, 1991-1992
8 7 "American Crafts: The Nation's Collection" Symposium, 1992
8 8 Foundations in Art Theory and Education Conference, 1992
8 9 Southeastern Massachusetts University, circa 1992
8 10 Wayne Art Center, 1992
8 11 92nd Street Y "Artists Visions" Series, 1992-1993
8 12 "World Turning Conference," 1992-1993
8 13 North County Studio Conference, 1992-1993
8 14 NCECA 1993, 1993
8 15 Jarrettown Elementary School, 1993
8 16 The Craft Experience in Art Education, 1993
8 17 "Central Bucks High School East Art Day," 1993
8 18 Wood Turning Center "Challenge V," 1993-1994
8 19-20 Penland School of Crafts, 1993-1994
8 21 Oregon School of Arts and Crafts, 1993-1994
8 22 Harding Black Dinner, 1994
8 23 State University of New York, New Paltz, 1994
8 24 University of Northern Iowa, 1994
8 25 Corcoran School of Art, 1994, undated
8 26 Cornell University, 1994, undated
8 27 Art Education Association of Indiana Annual Conference, 1994
8 28 The Craft Experience in Art Education II, 1994
8 29 Michigan Potters' Association, 1994
8 30 Conestoga and Great Valley High Schools, 1994, 1997
8 31 Philadelphia College of Art and Design Summer MFA Program, 1994-1995
8 32 Anderson Ranch Arts Center, 1994-1995
8 33-34 25th Annual Glass Art Society Conference, 1994-1995
8 35 The Craft Experience in Art Education III, 1994-1995
8 36 Potters Guild of Baltimore, 1994-1995
8 37 Penncrest High School, 1994-1995
8 38 Pewabic Pottery Exhibit and Workshop, 1994-1995
8 39 University of Oregon, 1994-1995
8 40 Westminster Presbyterian Church, 1995
8 41 "Fletcher Challenge Ceramic Award," 1995
8 42 Manchester Craftsmen's Guild, 1995, undated
8 43 William Penn Charter School, 1995
8 44 Cheltenham High School, 1995
8 45 Penland School of Crafts, 1995-1996
8 46 Towson State University, 1995-1996
8 47 "Teaching the Arts: A Dialogue Between Art Educators," 1995-1996
8 48 "1997 World Turning Conference," 1995-1997
8 49 1996 ACC Craft Fair: Baltimore, 1996
8 50 Penn Charter Gallery Talk, circa 1996
8 51 Community College of Philadelphia, 1996
8 52 NCECA '96, 1996
8 53 Voorhees High School, 1996
8 54 New Hope-Solebury High School, 1996
8 55 Abington Friends School, circa 1996
8 56 Princeton University, 1997
8 57 Interlocutor's Talk, 1997
8 58 Pennsylvania Art Education Association Conference, 1997
8 59 NCECA '98, 1997-1998
8 60 Cheltenham Center for the Arts, 1997-1998
8 61 Northern Clay Center, 1998, undated
8 62 Appalachian Center for Crafts, 1998
8 63 Souderton High School, 1998

Series 6: Writings, 1951-2003, undated
0.6 Linear feet; Box 9

This series houses writings by William Daley and others as well as Daley's personal address lists and calendars. Writings by Daley contain articles, speeches, and other writings. These include artist reviews, autobiographical essays, essays on art, and essays on education. Many files provide several drafts and edited versions with handwritten notations. Also found within the files are related materials including correspondence and clippings of published versions of the artist's writings. Writings by Others contain two articles and one lecture on the art of William Daily, as well as essays on other art topics. Also included are a thesis proposal on ceramics and a master's thesis on the University of the Arts Foundation Program.

Writings are arranged into three subseries:

6.1: Writings by Daley, 1951-1999, undated

Box Folder
9 1 Articles, "Artist & Teacher," School Arts, 1962-1963
9 2 Articles, "Helen Drutt Gallery," Gold Smiths Journal, 1979
9 3 Articles, "Celebration of Clay," American Craft, 1979
9 4 Articles, NCECA Journal Article, 1980
9 5 Articles, "On Drawing," circa 1981
9 6 Articles, "Recollections From Old Notes and Canted Memories," American Clay Artists, 1988-1992, undated
9 7 Articles, American Craft Magazine, 1993
9 8 Articles, NCECA Conference Newsletter, circa 1998
9 9 Speeches, Cosmopolitan Club/Trenton Community College, circa 1963
9 10 Speeches, "Aspects of the Apollonian Ideal," 1963
9 11 Speeches, William Daley: 1990-1980 Gallery Talk, circa 1990
9 12 Speeches, Notes for NASCAD Graduation Talk, circa 1991
9 13 Speeches, "Inside/Outside," 1991
9 14 Other, "The Social Function of Art," 1951
9 15 Other, "Wayne Higby," 1978-1979
9 16 Other, Pfannebecker Collection Review, circa 1980
9 17 Other, "A Form Maker's Perception on 'The Case for Clay in Secondary Education'," 1988
9 18 Other, "John Glick," 1989
9 19 Other, Miscellaneous, 1999, undated

6.2: Writings by Others, 1980-2003, undated

Box Folder
9 20 Chambers, Karen S., "A Daley Quest: Seeking the Essence of Clay," The World & I, 1996
9 21 Church, Sharon, "Gothic Affinities," 1993
9 22 Fraenkel, Richard, Lecture, 1995
9 23 Jepsen, David A., "The Language of Career Development," undated
9 24 Kokis, George, "The Translucent Object," 1992
9 25 McTwigan, Michael, "William Daley: In Search of the Vessel," American Craft, 1980-1981
9 26 Rapone, Joseph, "The Foundation Program at the University of the Arts: History Methodology, and Ideology," Masters Thesis, 2003
9 27 Rattner, Carl, Proposal for "Ranges of meaning in selected contemporary ceramic sculpture manifesting hard and soft form characteristics," 1986-1987

6.3: Address Lists and Calendars, 1968-2000, undated

Box Folder
9 28-29 Address Lists, 1968, 1994-2000, undated
9 30-36 Calendars, 1989-1998

Series 7: Teaching Files, 1951-1998, undated
1.3 Linear feet; Boxes 9-10

This series contains materials relating to Daley's career as an art professor, primarily at the Philadelphia College of Art from 1965 to 1990. Files on his early career contain correspondence, records, and evaluations. Files pertaining to the Philadelphia College of Art include curriculums, lesson notes, and assignments for several courses. Also found are department mission statements and semester grades. Much of the material was either written by Daley himself or with his colleagues. At the end of the series are several files of general teaching materials, including more notes on ceramics, kiln instructions, and teaching contracts. Items of note in this series are Daley's dismantled ceramics notebook and "Ceramic Shop Notes," as well as materials on a course entitled Concept Development which include many original hand drawn diagrams and illustrations. Files are arranged chronologically by academic institution with general materials arranged chronologically at the end of the series.

Box Folder
9 37 Alfred University, Ceramics Notebook, 1953
9 38 Iowa State Teachers College, 1951-1954
9 39 State University of New York, State Teachers College, 1954-1957
9 40 University of New Mexico, Guest Professor, 1971-1972
9 41 Philadelphia College of Art, Appointment to Faculty, 1969-1972, undated
9 42 Philadelphia College of Art, Changes to the Campus, 1966, 1974, 1983
9 43 Philadelphia College of Art, Industrial Design Department, 1972-1976, undated
9 44 Philadelphia College of Art, Craft Department Mission and Goal Statements, 1986, undated
9 45 Philadelphia College of Art, Foundation Program Curriculum, 1965-1966
9 46 Philadelphia College of Art, "Foundation Course Information," 1980
9 47 Philadelphia College of Art, Foundation Program Assignments and Lesson Notes, undated
9 48-50 Philadelphia College of Art, Concept Development Curriculum and Diagrams, 1971-1991, undated
9 51 Philadelphia College of Art, Dismantled Concept Development Notebook, 1976-1985
Box Folder
10 1 Philadelphia College of Art, Sophomore Assignments and Lecture Notes, 1983, undated
10 2 Philadelphia College of Art, Junior Ceramics Assignments, 1970-1988, undated
10 3 Philadelphia College of Art, Dismantled Junior Ceramics Assignment Notebook, 1980-1985
10 4 Philadelphia College of Art, Ceramics Senior Projects, 1981-1989, undated
10 5 Philadelphia College of Art, Proposed Senior Project and Craft Curriculum, 1994
10 6 Philadelphia College of Art, Ceramic Studio Residence Program, 1989, 1995, undated
10 7 Philadelphia College of Art, Craft Department Self Study, undated
10 8-10 Philadelphia College of Art, Semester Grades, 1973-1990, undated
10 11 General Notes on Teaching Art and Ceramics, undated
10 12 Correspondence About Teaching Positions, 1956, 1963-1978, undated
10 13 Teaching Contracts, 1961-1989
10 14-22 Dismantled Ceramics Notebook, circa 1968-1998
10 23-24 "Ceramic Shop Notes," 1969
10 25 Kiln Instructions, 1980, undated
10 26 Miscellaneous, 1988-1990

Series 8: Artist Files, 1938-2001, undated
2.1 Linear feet; Boxes 10-12

This series contains files for artists who were colleagues or friends of William Daley, and may include announcements and invitations to the artist's exhibitions, correspondence with Daley, biographical material such as resumes, printed material, and photographs of the artist. Correspondence between Daley and the artists include incoming letters, postcards, and drafts of outgoing letters. Many of the artists were either Daley's students or co-workers, and most of the files contain material spanning ten years or more. Also found is a transcribed interview William Daley conducted of artist Viktor Schrekengost in 1996. Materials in this series are arranged alphabetical by artist's last name.

Box Folder
10 27 Andrade, Edna, 1983, 1993-1997
10 28 Arneson, Robert, 1979-1996
10 29 Autio, Rudy, 1980-1996
10 30 Bae, Jin Hwan, 1990, 1993
10 31 Black, Harding, 1990-1994
Box Folder
11 1 Bodine, Sarah and Michael Dunas, 1987, undated
11 2 Bonner, Jonathan, 1989-1993
11 3 Bonovitz, Jill, 1989-1998, undated
11 4 Boughner, Cynthia, 1994-1996
11 5 Brady, Robert, 1981-1995
11 6 Bouillard, William, 1990, undated
11 7 Bunker, George, 1965, 1986-1993
11 8 Carreiro, Joseph, 1957, 1978, 1988
11 9-10 Chappelle, Robert, 1985-1996, undated
11 11-12 Chihuly, Dale, 1978-1990
11 13 Cho, Chung Hyun, 1989-1990
11 14 Church, Sharon, 1990, undated
11 15 Colker, Ed, 1985-1994
11 16 Cushing, Val, 1970-1984, undated
11 17-18 Dailey, Dan, 1978-1998, undated
11 19 DeVore, Richard, 1975-1997, undated
11 20 Doran, Patricia, 1990-1996, undated
11 21 Duckworth, Ruth, 1977-1993
11 22 Duryea, Lynn, 1990-1998, undated
11 23 Eberle, Edward, 1978-1997
11 24 Erlebacher, Walter, 1991-1992
11 25 Ferguson, Ken, 1981-1999
11 26 Flexer, Mindy, 1986, 1992, undated
11 27 Frey, Viola, 1981-1992
11 28 Gill, John, 1982-1998
11 29 Glick, John, 1979-1997, undated
11 30 Goodman, Sidney, 1975-1996
11 31 Greenamyer, George, 1980-1998, undated
11 32 Harvey, Rebecca, 1993-1996
11 33 Hepburn, Tony, 1980-1991, undated
11 34 Higby, Wayne, 1973-1997
11 35 Holzapfel, Michelle, 1991-1993
11 36-37 Howard, Robert, 1981-1998
11 38 Hsu, Chia-sueih, 1988-1997, undated
Box Folder
12 1 Jaffe, Jeanne, 1989, 1995-1997
12 2 Karros, Alec, 1983-2001, undated
12 3 Kuo, Yih-Wen, 1990-1997
12 4 Levine, Marilyn, 1979-1991
12 5-6 Marks, Graham, 1977-1995, undated
12 7 Martin, Stephen, 1984, undated
12 8 Mayo, Noel, 1993, undated
12 9 Metzker, Ray, 1981-1990
12 10 Naples, Lisa, 1986-1999
12 11 Neff, Edith, 1979-1992
12 12 Ottenberg, Perry, 1982, 1991
12 13 Owens-Hart, Winnie, 1979, 1987-1997
12 14 Pewabic Pottery, 1986-1989, 1993, undated
12 15 Piper, Jane, 1976-1990, undated
12 16 Reinhardt, Richard, 1969, 1974, 1984-1999, undated
12 17 Roehm, Mary, 1987, 1994-1998
12 18 Salomon, Judith, 1988, undated
12 19-20 Schreckengost, Viktor, 1979-1997, undated
12 21 Seelig, Warren, 1983-1998
12 22 Shin, Sang-ho, 1993
12 23 Simoncelli, Chris, 1985, 1990-1995
12 24 Staffel, Rudolf, 1966-1996
12 25 Staley, Chris, 1982-1993, undated
12 26-27 Stephenson, John and Susanne, 1978-2001, undated
12 28 Stewart, Lizbeth, 1979-1991, undated
12 29 Takaezu, Toshiko, 1990-1998, undated
12 30-31 Troy, Jack, 1983-1998, undated
(2 folders)
12 32 Turner, Robert, 1979-1996, undated
12 33 Vaskys, Petras, 1984, 1986, 1997, undated
12 34 Vavrek, Ken, 1982-1994, undated
12 35 Voulkos, Peter, 1952, 1976-1993, undated
12 36 Winokur, Paula and Robert, 1976-1992
12 37 Woell, J. Fred, 1994-1998
12 38 Woodman, Betty, 1977-1994
12 39 Wright, David, 1989-1998, undated
12 40 Wyman, William, 1978-1980
12 41 Zaeder, Thayer, 1986-1993
12 42 Zeisel, Eva, 1992, undated
12 43 Miscellaneous, A-M, 1985-2000, undated
12 44 Miscellaneous, N-Z, 1938, 1984-1994, undated

Series 9: Reference Files, 1951-2001, undated
1 Linear foot; Box 13; ; (Box 13; 1.0 linear foot)

This series contains material on a variety of topics that William Daley compiled as reference files for projects and teaching. This includes files on the art of various countries, in the form of postcards, maps, and guidebooks, as well as files of numerous published or handwritten formulas, tables, and directions for using ceramic or other sculptural materials. Also found are materials on art, craft, and education, and other general subjects in the form of photocopies or clippings of articles. These files also include teaching materials written and originally used by others. This series is arranged alphabetically by subject.

Box Folder
13 1 Africa, undated
13 2 Animals and Nature, undated
13 3-4 Architecture, 1984, undated
13 5 Art Censorship, 1990-1992
13 6-8 Art Education, 1953, 1983-1998, undated
13 9-10 Art Essays, 1973-1994, undated
13 11 The Brain, 1995-2000
13 12-13 Ceramic History, 1988-1992, undated
13 14 Ceramics Technical Notebook, undated
13 15 Ceramic Toxicology, undated
13 16-17 China, 1980, 1990, undated
13 18-19 Clay Bodies and Mixing Slips, 1968-1980, undated
13 20 Clay Materials: Technical Analysis, 1967-1977, undated
13 21 Craft Philosophy, 1967, 1986-2001, undated
13 22 Earthenware, 1977, undated
13 23 Ecology, undated
13 24 Education, 1995, 2000, undated
13 25 England, circa 1986, undated
13 26 France, undated
13 27 Frank Lloyd Wright Designs, undated
13 28 Frit and Feldspar Analysis Tables, 1968, undated
13 29 Geometry, 1953, 1982, undated
13 30-31 Glazes, undated
13 32 Indian Art, 1982, undated
13 33 Islamic Art, undated
13 34 Japan, 1954, 1968, undated
13 35 Korean Art, 1988, undated
13 36 Masonry, undated
13 37 Metal Techniques, 1968, undated
13 38 Molecular Aspects of Ceramic Materials, undated
13 39 Moravian Tile Works/Henry Chapman Mercer, 1966, 1979-1991, undated
13 40-41 Native American Art, 1980, 1982, undated
13 42 New Clay Body, 1990-1991
13 43 Pickett Collection, 1985, undated
13 44 Plaster Mixing, undated
13 45 Quotes and Ideas for Future Essays, 1991, undated
13 46 Raku Glazes, 1968, 1980, undated
13 47 South America, undated
13 48 Statements on Art by Artists, 1951, 1981-1991, undated
13 49 Terra Sigillata Composition, undated
13 50 Word Processors, 1990

Series 10: Printed Material, 1936-2004, undated
1.9 Linear feet; Boxes 14-15

This series houses printed material and publications including newspaper and magazine clippings on Daley, Helen Drutt Gallery, and ceramics in general. Files of clippings about Daley contain many reviews of his work. Also within this series are numerous exhibition announcements and invitations. These are arranged by medium and chronologically under each heading, with separate folders for the galleries from which Daley received a large amount of material. This series contains exhibition catalogs primarily from the National Ceramic Exhibition (later called The Ceramic National), and various copies of journals and newsletters on the topic of ceramics. Also found are manuals on ceramics, miscellaneous published essays, brochures, and art postcards.

Box Folder
14 1 Exhibition Announcements and Invitations, Architectural Ceramics, 1974-1992, undated
14 2-9 Exhibition Announcements and Invitations, Ceramics, 1978-1999, undated
14 10 Exhibition Announcements and Invitations, Fiber, 1962, 1978-1997
14 11 Exhibition Announcements and Invitations, Glass, 1979-1998, undated
14 12 Exhibition Announcements and Invitations, Metal, 1985-1998, undated
14 13-15 Exhibition Announcements and Invitations, Painting, 1973-1999, undated
14 16 Exhibition Announcements and Invitations, Printmaking, 1983-1997, undated
14 17 Exhibition Announcements and Invitations, Wood, 1979-1998, undated
14 18-19 Exhibition Announcements and Invitations, Braunstein/Quay Gallery, 1980-1993
14 20-21 Exhibition Announcements and Invitations, Exhibit A, 1973-1984, undated
14 22-27 Exhibition Announcements and Invitations, Garth Clark Gallery, 1981-1997
14 28-31 Exhibition Announcements and Invitations, Helen Drutt Gallery, 1974-1998, undated
14 32 Exhibition Announcements and Invitations, Miscellaneous, 1981-1998, undated
Box Folder
15 1-2 Clippings, William Daley, 1951-1976, 1979-1998, undated
15 3 Clippings, Helen Drutt Gallery, 1975-1990, undated
15 4 Clippings, Ceramics, 1938, 1940, 1966-1995, undated
15 5 Exhibition Catalogs, National Ceramic Exhibition, 1936, 1937, 1939
15 6 Exhibition Catalogs, National Ceramic Exhibition, 1940, 1946
15 7-8 Exhibition Catalogs, The Ceramic National, 1958-1959, 1962-1966, 1968-1969
15 9-10 Exhibition Catalogs, Miscellaneous, 1957-1970, 1983-1997, undated
15 11 American Craft Museum News, undated
15 12 Arts & Crafts, 1990
15 13-14 Ceramic Arts Newsletter, 1983-1984, 1986, 1988-1997
15 15 Ceramic Arts Notes, 1993, 1994, 1996, undated
15 16 Ceramic Industry, 1951
15 17 Ceramics Monthly, 1954-1956
15 18 Ceramophile, 2000-2001
15 19 Clay Talks: Reflections by American Master Ceramicists, 2004
15 20 Craft Horizons, 1944
15 21 NCECA Newsletter, 1980-1981, 1985, 1991-1992
15 22 The Shards Newsletter, 1980-1982
15 23 Miscellaneous Newsletters and Journals, 1959, 1980-2001, undated
15 24 Manuals, Glazes by Charles Abbott, undated
15 25 Manuals, The Use of Iowa Clays in Small-Scale Production of Ceramic Art by Paul E. Cox, 1939
15 26 Manuals, Kansas Volcanic Ash Resources, 1952
15 27 Manuals, An Elementary Survey of Ceramic Processes, 1954
15 28-29 Manuals, Glaze Calculation by Steven A. Goldberg, 1970
15 30 Manuals, Fabrication of Plexiglas, 1971
15 31 New Brunswick Drawing Course Graded Practice Books by H. H. Hagerman, M.A., undated
15 32 A New Method of Assisting the Invention in Drawing Original Compositions of Landscape by Alexander Cozens, undated
15 33 "The Music of Poetry," by T. S. Eliot, undated
15 34 Published Essays by Others, undated
15 35 University of the Arts Brochures and Programs, 1987-1995, undated
15 36 Art Museum and Gallery Brochures, 1990-1992, undated
15 37 Duplicates of Published Writings by Daley, 1991, undated
15 38 Directions for "The Hat Trick," undated
15 39-42 Art Postcards, undated
15 43 Train Postcards, undated

Series 11: Photographs, 1953-1992, undated
5 Folders; Box 15

This series contains photographs of William Daley throughout his career. The majority of the photographs depict Daley teaching and interacting with his students. Also included are photographs of the artist with his family, and early portraits of Daley working in his studio. There are also photographs of artwork by others ranging from outdoor sculpture to student work, and one file for unidentified photographs. Note that photographs related to certain events or artists may also be found in series 3, 4, 5 and 8.

Box Folder
15 44 William Daley and Family, 1984-1990, undated
15 45 Daley at Work, 1955-1964, undated
15 46 Class Photographs, 1953, undated
15 47 Artwork by Others, 1971, 1989, 1992, undated
15 48 Unidentified, undated

Series 12: Financial Files, 1962-1997, undated
4 Folders; Box 16

This series consists of various bills, receipts, and expense lists. Also found is a list of pot sales for 1988 and a cash book containing expense lists for projects William Daley completed during the mid-1960s.

Box Folder
16 1 Cash Book, 1962-1966
16 2 Bills and Receipts, 1967-1968
16 3 Pot Sales, 1988
16 4 Miscellaneous, 1970, 1986-1997, undated

Series 13: Artwork, 1954-2003, undated
3 Folders; Boxes 15-16

The series consists of drawings and sketches by William Daley, including one file of eight original sketches for unidentified projects. Also found are two oversize files of signed copies made in 2003 of drawings done throughout Daley's career. This includes drawing studies for projects, compositions based on ceramic works, such as "Body Pot Revisited," and miscellaneous drawings such as "John Pickett in Hospital - Stroke" and a 1964 self-portrait. Items are arranged chronologically within each file.

Box Folder
15 49-50 Drawings, 1954-2003, undated
Box Folder
16 5 Sketches, 1968-1972, undated