The Archives of American Art collects primary source materials—original letters, writings, preliminary sketches, scrapbooks, photographs, financial records and the like—that have significant research value for the study of art in the United States. The following essays were originally published in the Archives of American Art Journal. More information about the journal can be found at http://www.journals.uchicago.edu/toc/aaa/current.

Curator of African American manuscripts Erin Jenoa Gilbert highlights the Senga Nengudi Papers, recently acquired by the Archives of American Art. The following essay was originally published in the Spring 2019 issue (vol. 58, no. 1) of the Archives of American Art Journal.

National collector Josh T. Franco highlights the Lee Hall Papers, recently acquired by the Archives. The following essay was originally published in the Spring 2019 issue (vol. 58, no. 1) of the Archives of American Art Journal

National collector Josh T. Franco highlights the Naul Ojeda papers, recently acquired by the Archives of American Art. The following essay was originally published in the fall 2017 issue (vol. 56, no. 2) of the Archives of American Art Journal
Latino collections specialist Josh T. Franco highlights the Kathy Vargas papers, recently acquired by the Archives of American Art. The following essay was originally published in the spring 2017 issue (vol. 56, no. 1) of the Archives of American Art Journal
Deputy director Liza Kirwin highlights the Roy De Forest papers, recently acquired by the Archives of American Art. The following essay was originally published in the spring 2017 issue (vol. 56, no. 1) of the Archives of American Art Journal
Curator of manuscripts Mary Savig highlights the Jeff Donaldson papers, recently acquired by the Archives of American Art. The following essay was originally published in the fall 2016 issue (vol. 55, no. 2) of the Archives of American Art Journal
Latino collections specialist Josh T. Franco highlights the Moses Ros papers, recently acquired by the Archives of American Art. The following essay was originally published in the fall 2016 issue (vol. 55, no. 2) of the Archives of American Art Journal.