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Abraham Rattner and Esther Gentle papers, 1891-1986

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Series 8: Writings , 1940-1972, undated
(box 9; 0.9 linear ft.)

This series contains some of Rattner's writings. A prolific writer, Rattner often wrote down his thoughts and his concerns. He wrote poetry, articles for publication, but primarily he wrote about art.
Writings are on reels 5268-5269.
Description Container Select
Poems, 1940, undated
9
7
"An American From Paris," for Magazine of Art, [1945]
9
8
Miscellaneous, 1946, undated
9
9
"Science of Mind,", 1947, undated
9
10
Personal memories, 1947
9
11
"We Remember Bettina Stories,", 1947
9
12
Writings on Bettina Bedwell, 1948
9
13
Lecture notes, 1948-1949, undated
9
14
"The Artist and Our Society,", 1949
9
15-16
"The Artist Makes His Statement," Woodstock paper, 1950
9
17
Miscellaneous, 1958
9
18
"Out of the Darkness Came the Light,", [1959]
9
19
"Notes to Myself,", 1960s-1970s
9
20
"As A Day Ends,", 1971-1972
9
21
Fragments, undated
9
22-23
Thoughts on painting used for the Allen Leepa book, undated
9
24
Text for a Henry Miller portfolio, undated
9
25
Poem, The Invisible City, undated
9
26
"The Schism Between the Artist and Society,", undated
9
27
"Technical Problems in Painting,", undated
9
28
Thoughts on painting and art, undated
9
29-30
"The Super Sensible Nature of Man,", undated
9
31-41
Notebooks of various writings, annotated typescript, undated
9
42-44
Miscellaneous writings, 1949, 1960, undated
9
45-48

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