William S. Schwartz papers, 1921-1967

Schwartz, William S. (William Samuel), b. 1896 d. 1977
Painter, Muralist, Sculptor, Printmaker
Active in Chicago, Ill.; Neb.

Collection size: 0.2 linear ft. (partially microfilmed on 8 reels)

Collection Summary: Correspondence, photographs, exhibition catalogs, and printed materials.

REELS D58-D64: Correspondence, biographical information, photographs, clippings, and catalogs for exhibitions in which Schwartz participated, including extensive catalogs from the Art Institute of Chicago, and Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, 1921-1960.

REEL 3471: Letters from the Illinois State Historical Library, Joslyn Art Museum, the University of Nebraska, Southern Methodist University, Oklahoma Art Center, and other institutions which have received donations of paintings by Schwartz, 1966-1967.

UNMICROFILMED: A curriculum vitae; photographs of Schwartz, one of him and his wife, Mona, and of his works of art; and his hand-written "Credo".

Biographical/Historical Note: Painter and sculptor; Chicago, Illinois.

Material on reels D58-D64 lent for microfilming 1961 by Schwartz; portions were subsequently donated 1967 by Schwartz with material on reel 3471.

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