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Read the first-hand perspectives from the staff who preserve and document the history of the visual arts in America.
Archivist Erin Corely highlights the Hiram Powers papers, the 100th fully digitized collection available to researchers online as part of the Terra Foundation for American Art Digitization Project.
Musicologist Allan Atlas writes about connection between artist Ira Jean Belmont and composer Ralph Vaughan Williams.
This photograph of a tea party in an artist’s studio has long remained a mystery at the Archives of American Art. Can you help us identify the woman between Holty and Miró, and the two men on the far right? Do you know whose studio this could be?
Behind-the-Scenes volunteer Gaston Lacomb shares his thoughts on transcribing and translating oral history interviews at the Archives of American Art.