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American Federation of Arts records, 1895-1993, bulk 1909-1969

Contents and Arrangement

The collection is arranged into eight primary series based primarily on administrative units or program areas. Several of the series are further subdivided into subseries. While processing, it became clear that the two filing systems were redundant and overlapped in both subject area and type of material. Most of these files were subsequently merged into the now broader Alphabetical Files or into separate series. Oversized material may be found at the end of the collection arranged in a separate series.

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Series 1: Board of Trustees , circa 1895-1968
(boxes 1-3)

The series is organized into three subseries.
  • 1.1: Constitution and By-Laws, circa 1895, 1913, 1952-1959
  • 1.2: Meeting Minutes, 1909-1963, 1968
  • 1.3: Officers' Correspondence Files, 1904-1961
1.1: Constitution and By-Laws, circa 1895, 1913, 1952-1959
DescriptionContainer
Constitution and By-Laws, circa 1895, 1913, 1952-1959
1
1
1.2: Meeting Minutes, 1909-1963, 1968
DescriptionContainer
Executive Committee, 1909-1912, 1962, 1964-1965
1
2
Board of Directors, 1911-1963, 1968
1
3-31
1.3: Officers' Correspondence Files, 1904-1961
DescriptionContainer
President Frederic Allen Whiting's Files, 1931-1936
2
1-2
President Lawrence M.C. Smith's Files, 1948-1954
2
3-7
President Thomas Brown Rudd Files, 1953-1955
2
8-10
President Daniel Longwell Files, 1954-1956
2
11
President James S. Schramm Files, 1956-1957
2
12
President Roy R. Neuberger Files, 1957-1961
2
13-14
Vice President Richard F. Bach Files, 1948, 1951-1957
2
15
Secretary Leila Mechlin's Files, 1904-1929
Carnegie Corporation, 1919-1929
2
16-17
Clippings, 1904, 1917-1920
2
18
Conventions, 1920-1921
2
19-21
General Correspondence, 1920-1925
2
22-24
Cummins Ammendment, 1915
3
1
Directors' Meetings, 1916-1927
3
2-6
War Memorials, 1915-1922
3
7-10
Assistant Secretary Frances M. Henderson's Files, 1935-1936
3
11
Treasurer Lawrence M.C. Smith's Files, 1938-1948
3
12-24

1.1: Constitution and By-Laws , circa 1895, 1913, 1952-1959

Description Container
Constitution and By-Laws, circa 1895, 1913, 1952-1959
1
1

1.2: Meeting Minutes , 1909-1963, 1968

Description Container
Executive Committee, 1909-1912, 1962, 1964-1965
1
2
Board of Directors, 1911-1963, 1968
1
3-31

1.3: Officers' Correspondence Files , 1904-1961

Description Container
President Frederic Allen Whiting's Files, 1931-1936
2
1-2
President Lawrence M.C. Smith's Files, 1948-1954
2
3-7
President Thomas Brown Rudd Files, 1953-1955
2
8-10
President Daniel Longwell Files, 1954-1956
2
11
President James S. Schramm Files, 1956-1957
2
12
President Roy R. Neuberger Files, 1957-1961
2
13-14
Vice President Richard F. Bach Files, 1948, 1951-1957
2
15
Secretary Leila Mechlin's Files, 1904-1929
Carnegie Corporation, 1919-1929
2
16-17
Clippings, 1904, 1917-1920
2
18
Conventions, 1920-1921
2
19-21
General Correspondence, 1920-1925
2
22-24
Cummins Ammendment, 1915
3
1
Directors' Meetings, 1916-1927
3
2-6
War Memorials, 1915-1922
3
7-10
Assistant Secretary Frances M. Henderson's Files, 1935-1936
3
11
Treasurer Lawrence M.C. Smith's Files, 1938-1948
3
12-24

Series 2: Administrative Records , 1910-1966
(boxes 4-8)

The series is organized into two subseries:
  • 2.1: Alphabetical Files, 1910-1966
  • 2.2: Staff Records, 1927-1966
2.1: Alphabetical Files, 1910-1966
DescriptionContainer
Adler Lecture Tour, 1954
4
1
American Committee for the Restoration of Italian Monuments, Inc., 1946-1948
4
2
American Federation of Arts, Background Information, 1942-1955
4
3
American Federation of Arts, Building Fund, 1960-1963
4
4
American Federation of Arts, General, 1962-1963
4
5
American Federation of Arts, National Headquarters, 1947
4
6
American Federation of Arts, Washington Property, 1954-1959
4
7
American Federation of Arts, Chapters, 1953
4
8
American Federation of Arts, Histories, 1959, undated
4
9
American Institute of Graphic Arts, 1947-1951
4
10
Art Dealers Association of America, Inc., 1962-1963
4
11
Art Digest, 1945-1953
4
12
Art in the Embassies Program, 1964-1967
4
13
Art Magazines and Publications (not AFA), 1956-1959
4
14
Art Resources Services Center, 1958
4
15
Auction Files, Correspondence, 1961-1964
4
16-21
Benefits, 1952-1961
4
22-25
Black List, 1961-1963
4
26
Book Sales and Service (Florence S. Berryman), 1951-1955
4
27
Budget and Finance, General, 1941-1956
4
28
Carnegie Corporation, 1935-1958
4
29-30
Catalog Distribution Plan, 1959
4
31
Collectors' Club, 1962-1963
4
32
College Art Association, 1952-1959
4
33
Columbia University
4
34
Community Art Associations, 1954-1956
4
35-36
Conferences, Regional, Denver, 1928
5
1
Conferences, Regional, Buffalo, 1953
5
2
Conferences, Regional, Cleveland, 1953
5
3
Conferences, Regional, Indianapolis, 1953
5
4
Conferences, Regional, Chicago, 1954
5
5
Conferences, Regional, Newark, 1954
5
6
Contributions, Correspondence, 1951-1954
5
7
Contributions, Monthly Breakdowns, 1958-1963
5
8
Contributions, Pledge Sheet, 1953
5
9
Contributions, Thank You Letters, 1961-1964
5
10-12
Contributions, Trustees, 1959-1961
5
13
Cooper Union Museum, 1963
5
14
Corning Glass Center, 1952-1954
5
15
Corporate Solicitations, 1956-1957
5
16
The Cultural Development Fund, 1951
5
17
D, General, 1955-1959
5
18
Dealers' Advisory Committee Project, 1960
5
19
De Young Museum, San Francisco, 1966
5
20
F, General, 1953-1965
5
21
50th Anniversary, 1959
Award Citations, 1959
5
22
Awards, 1959
5
23
Casebook, 1959
5
24
Casebook Statements from Small Museum Directors, 1957-1959
5
25
Committee Acceptances, 1959
5
26
Philadelphia Reception, 1959
5
27
Utica Celebration, 1959
5
28
Film Festival, 1957, 1963
5
29
Films on Art, 1952-1956
5
30
Fund for the Republic, 1956
5
31
Glick & Lorwin, Inc., First and Second Annual Displays of Free and Inexpensive Teaching Aids, 1955-1956
5
32
Government and Art, Committee on, 1950-1962
5
33-38
Edith Gregor Halpert Foundation
Award for Critical Writing, 1952-1955, 1965, undated
6
1-2
Correspondence, General, 1951-1960
6
3
Survey of Contemporary American Art, 1953-1955
6
4
Holmes Report, 1956-1958
6
5
Institute of International Education, 1954-1958
6
6
International Art Exchange Program, 1958-1960
6
7
Job Applications, 1952-1960
6
8
Joint Artists-Museums Committee, 1955-1957
6
9
Joint Committee on Educational Television, 1951-1953
6
10
Joint Committee on the National Capital, 1955-1961
6
11
K-L, General, 1957-1961
6
12
Latin American Project, 1958
6
13
Life, New Reproduction Process, 1956
6
14
Lilly Endowment, Inc., 1953-1954
6
15
Los Angeles County Art Museum, Director's Resignation, 1965
6
16
Magazine of Art, 1949-1953
6
17-25
M, General, 1954-1962
6
26
Membership and Development, 1952-1962
6
27-28
Morley, Grace L. McCann, 1951-1962
6
29
Moscow Show, 1959
6
30
National Sculpture Society, 1952
6
31
P, General, 1952-1958
6
32
Peck and Peck, 1953
6
33
Personnel (including director search), 1955-1956
6
34
Public Relations, 1957-1961
6
35
Publications (AFA), 1939-1966, undated
6
36
Publicity, A and B Lists, 1960-1961
6
37
Publicity, Clippings, 1950-1966
6
38-39
Publicity, Correspondence, 1955-1960
7
1
Publicity, Magazine Article "Art in Your Life,", undated
7
2
Publicity, Photographs, 1954-1955, undated
7
3
Publicity, Press Releases, 1953-1958, undated
7
4
Publicity, Special, 1953
7
5
Publicity, Trustee Officers and Staff, 1956-1963
7
6
R, General, 1954-1959
7
7
Refregier Murals, 1953
7
8
Ruder and Finn, 1953-1956, undated
7
9
S, General, 1957-1961
7
10
Show Magazine Opening, 1962
7
11
State Sponsored Art Programs, Survey and Analysis, 1962-1963
7
12
State Sponsored Art Programs, Correspondence, 1962-1963, 1965-1968
7
13-15
State Sponsored Art Programs, State Councils on the Arts, 1964-1967
7
16
Statement of Director before Senate Committee on Labor and Public Welfare to Fine Arts Bills, 1962
7
17
T, General, 1959-1963
7
18
Traveling Exhibition Service
7
19
Trustees, Files on Individuals
Allerton, John Gregg, 1965
7
20
Avnet, Lester, 1964-1969
7
21
Barr, Alfred H., Jr., 1952-1956
7
22
Belluschi, Pietro, 1954
7
23
Berkowitz, Sidney, 1952-1957
7
24
Blair, William McCormick, 1961-1964
7
25
Bliss, Robert Woods, 1951-1962
7
26
Bonner, Paul Hyde, 1953-1954
7
27
Colin, Ralph F., 1952-1956
7
28
Cowles, Russell, 1951-1953
7
29
Crosby, Sumner McK., 1951-1954
7
30
Defenbacher, Daniel S., 1951-1954
7
31
de Menil, John, 1958-1965
7
32
Fuller, Adelaide P., 1964-1966
7
33
Graves, Katharine I., 1961-1963
7
34
Hanna, Leonard, 1954-1958
7
35
d'Harnoncourt, René, 1951-1958
7
36
Haswell, Anthony, 1955
7
37
Hayes, Bartlett H., Jr., 1951-1964
7
38
Hope, Henry R., 1951-1960
7
39
Houghton, Arthur A., 1952-1956
7
40
Iselin, Lewis, 1966
7
41
Jarvis, Alan, 1960-1965
7
42
List, Vera G. (Mrs. Albert A.), 1959-1968
7
43
Longwell, Daniel, 1952-1954; 1956--1961
7
44
Ludgin, Earle, 1950-1954
7
45
Marcus, Stanley, 1952-1967
7
46
Maremont, Adele and Arnold, 1958-1968
7
47
Miller, Elizabeth F. (Mrs. Robert Watt), 1960-1964
7
48
Murray, William C., 1957-1964
7
49
Nagel, Charles, Jr., 1954-1966
7
50
Olsen, Fred, 1958
7
51
Palmer, Fred L., 1955-1959
7
52
Pei, I. M., 1964-1966
7
53
Rentschler, Rita (Mrs. George A.), 1959-1961
7
54
Rudd, Thomas Brown, 1951-1952
7
55
Russell, Helen G. (Mrs. Henry P.), 1954-1966
7
56
Saltonstall, Nathaniel, 1965
7
57
Sawyer, Charles H., 1951-1956
7
58
Schenck, Edgar C., 1959, undated
7
59
Slocum, John J., 1964
7
60
Smythe, Craig, 1954
7
61
Soby, James Thrall, 1950-1956
7
62
Stone, Edward D., 1960
7
63
Taylor, Francis Henry, 1951-1957
7
64
Tremaine, Emily Hall (Mrs. Burton G., Jr.), 1951-1953
7
65
Wintersteen, Bernice McIlhenny (Mrs. John), 1966
7
66
Zurcher, Suzette M., 1952-1962
7
67
Trustees, Memoranda to, 1951-1953
7
68
Trustees, Nominations, 1954-1960
7
69
Trustees, Photographs, undated
7
70
UNESCO, 1958-1961
7
71
U.S. Government Officials, 1959-1961
7
72
USIA-AFA Relations, Press Reactions, 1954-1956
7
73
W, General, 1953-1962
7
74
Woodstock Art Conference, "The Artist and the Museum,", 1950
7
75
2.2: Staff Records, 1927-1966
DescriptionContainer
Director Alexander B. Trowbridge, Correspondence, 1927-1928
8
1
Acting Director Andrew Wright Crawford, Correspondence, 1929
8
2
Director Harris K. Prior, Correspondence, 1957-1961
8
3-4
Director Roy Moyer, Correspondence, 1965-1966
8
5-6
Assistant Director Robert H. Luck, Correspondence, 1967-1969
8
7
Special Representative Robert H. Luck, Correspondence, 1959-1962
8
8-28
Registrar
Insurance Claims, 1947-1962
8
29-31
Insurance, General, 1955-1963
8
32
Customs, 1960-1962
8
33-35
Sales, 1958-1960
8
36
Shipping, 1962-1963
8
37-38
General Correspondence, 1963
8
39

2.1: Alphabetical Files , 1910-1966

Description Container
Adler Lecture Tour, 1954
4
1
American Committee for the Restoration of Italian Monuments, Inc., 1946-1948
4
2
American Federation of Arts, Background Information, 1942-1955
4
3
American Federation of Arts, Building Fund, 1960-1963
4
4
American Federation of Arts, General, 1962-1963
4
5
American Federation of Arts, National Headquarters, 1947
4
6
American Federation of Arts, Washington Property, 1954-1959
4
7
American Federation of Arts, Chapters, 1953
4
8
American Federation of Arts, Histories, 1959, undated
4
9
American Institute of Graphic Arts, 1947-1951
4
10
Art Dealers Association of America, Inc., 1962-1963
4
11
Art Digest, 1945-1953
4
12
Art in the Embassies Program, 1964-1967
4
13
Art Magazines and Publications (not AFA), 1956-1959
4
14
Art Resources Services Center, 1958
4
15
Auction Files, Correspondence, 1961-1964
4
16-21
Benefits, 1952-1961
4
22-25
Black List, 1961-1963
4
26
Book Sales and Service (Florence S. Berryman), 1951-1955
4
27
Budget and Finance, General, 1941-1956
4
28
Carnegie Corporation, 1935-1958
4
29-30
Catalog Distribution Plan, 1959
4
31
Collectors' Club, 1962-1963
4
32
College Art Association, 1952-1959
4
33
Columbia University
4
34
Community Art Associations, 1954-1956
4
35-36
Conferences, Regional, Denver, 1928
5
1
Conferences, Regional, Buffalo, 1953
5
2
Conferences, Regional, Cleveland, 1953
5
3
Conferences, Regional, Indianapolis, 1953
5
4
Conferences, Regional, Chicago, 1954
5
5
Conferences, Regional, Newark, 1954
5
6
Contributions, Correspondence, 1951-1954
5
7
Contributions, Monthly Breakdowns, 1958-1963
5
8
Contributions, Pledge Sheet, 1953
5
9
Contributions, Thank You Letters, 1961-1964
5
10-12
Contributions, Trustees, 1959-1961
5
13
Cooper Union Museum, 1963
5
14
Corning Glass Center, 1952-1954
5
15
Corporate Solicitations, 1956-1957
5
16
The Cultural Development Fund, 1951
5
17
D, General, 1955-1959
5
18
Dealers' Advisory Committee Project, 1960
5
19
De Young Museum, San Francisco, 1966
5
20
F, General, 1953-1965
5
21
50th Anniversary, 1959
Award Citations, 1959
5
22
Awards, 1959
5
23
Casebook, 1959
5
24
Casebook Statements from Small Museum Directors, 1957-1959
5
25
Committee Acceptances, 1959
5
26
Philadelphia Reception, 1959
5
27
Utica Celebration, 1959
5
28
Film Festival, 1957, 1963
5
29
Films on Art, 1952-1956
5
30
Fund for the Republic, 1956
5
31
Glick & Lorwin, Inc., First and Second Annual Displays of Free and Inexpensive Teaching Aids, 1955-1956
5
32
Government and Art, Committee on, 1950-1962
5
33-38
Edith Gregor Halpert Foundation
Award for Critical Writing, 1952-1955, 1965, undated
6
1-2
Correspondence, General, 1951-1960
6
3
Survey of Contemporary American Art, 1953-1955
6
4
Holmes Report, 1956-1958
6
5
Institute of International Education, 1954-1958
6
6
International Art Exchange Program, 1958-1960
6
7
Job Applications, 1952-1960
6
8
Joint Artists-Museums Committee, 1955-1957
6
9
Joint Committee on Educational Television, 1951-1953
6
10
Joint Committee on the National Capital, 1955-1961
6
11
K-L, General, 1957-1961
6
12
Latin American Project, 1958
6
13
Life, New Reproduction Process, 1956
6
14
Lilly Endowment, Inc., 1953-1954
6
15
Los Angeles County Art Museum, Director's Resignation, 1965
6
16
Magazine of Art, 1949-1953
6
17-25
M, General, 1954-1962
6
26
Membership and Development, 1952-1962
6
27-28
Morley, Grace L. McCann, 1951-1962
6
29
Moscow Show, 1959
6
30
National Sculpture Society, 1952
6
31
P, General, 1952-1958
6
32
Peck and Peck, 1953
6
33
Personnel (including director search), 1955-1956
6
34
Public Relations, 1957-1961
6
35
Publications (AFA), 1939-1966, undated
6
36
Publicity, A and B Lists, 1960-1961
6
37
Publicity, Clippings, 1950-1966
6
38-39
Publicity, Correspondence, 1955-1960
7
1
Publicity, Magazine Article "Art in Your Life,", undated
7
2
Publicity, Photographs, 1954-1955, undated
7
3
Publicity, Press Releases, 1953-1958, undated
7
4
Publicity, Special, 1953
7
5
Publicity, Trustee Officers and Staff, 1956-1963
7
6
R, General, 1954-1959
7
7
Refregier Murals, 1953
7
8
Ruder and Finn, 1953-1956, undated
7
9
S, General, 1957-1961
7
10
Show Magazine Opening, 1962
7
11
State Sponsored Art Programs, Survey and Analysis, 1962-1963
7
12
State Sponsored Art Programs, Correspondence, 1962-1963, 1965-1968
7
13-15
State Sponsored Art Programs, State Councils on the Arts, 1964-1967
7
16
Statement of Director before Senate Committee on Labor and Public Welfare to Fine Arts Bills, 1962
7
17
T, General, 1959-1963
7
18
Traveling Exhibition Service
7
19
Trustees, Files on Individuals
Allerton, John Gregg, 1965
7
20
Avnet, Lester, 1964-1969
7
21
Barr, Alfred H., Jr., 1952-1956
7
22
Belluschi, Pietro, 1954
7
23
Berkowitz, Sidney, 1952-1957
7
24
Blair, William McCormick, 1961-1964
7
25
Bliss, Robert Woods, 1951-1962
7
26
Bonner, Paul Hyde, 1953-1954
7
27
Colin, Ralph F., 1952-1956
7
28
Cowles, Russell, 1951-1953
7
29
Crosby, Sumner McK., 1951-1954
7
30
Defenbacher, Daniel S., 1951-1954
7
31
de Menil, John, 1958-1965
7
32
Fuller, Adelaide P., 1964-1966
7
33
Graves, Katharine I., 1961-1963
7
34
Hanna, Leonard, 1954-1958
7
35
d'Harnoncourt, René, 1951-1958
7
36
Haswell, Anthony, 1955
7
37
Hayes, Bartlett H., Jr., 1951-1964
7
38
Hope, Henry R., 1951-1960
7
39
Houghton, Arthur A., 1952-1956
7
40
Iselin, Lewis, 1966
7
41
Jarvis, Alan, 1960-1965
7
42
List, Vera G. (Mrs. Albert A.), 1959-1968
7
43
Longwell, Daniel, 1952-1954; 1956--1961
7
44
Ludgin, Earle, 1950-1954
7
45
Marcus, Stanley, 1952-1967
7
46
Maremont, Adele and Arnold, 1958-1968
7
47
Miller, Elizabeth F. (Mrs. Robert Watt), 1960-1964
7
48
Murray, William C., 1957-1964
7
49
Nagel, Charles, Jr., 1954-1966
7
50
Olsen, Fred, 1958
7
51
Palmer, Fred L., 1955-1959
7
52
Pei, I. M., 1964-1966
7
53
Rentschler, Rita (Mrs. George A.), 1959-1961
7
54
Rudd, Thomas Brown, 1951-1952
7
55
Russell, Helen G. (Mrs. Henry P.), 1954-1966
7
56
Saltonstall, Nathaniel, 1965
7
57
Sawyer, Charles H., 1951-1956
7
58
Schenck, Edgar C., 1959, undated
7
59
Slocum, John J., 1964
7
60
Smythe, Craig, 1954
7
61
Soby, James Thrall, 1950-1956
7
62
Stone, Edward D., 1960
7
63
Taylor, Francis Henry, 1951-1957
7
64
Tremaine, Emily Hall (Mrs. Burton G., Jr.), 1951-1953
7
65
Wintersteen, Bernice McIlhenny (Mrs. John), 1966
7
66
Zurcher, Suzette M., 1952-1962
7
67
Trustees, Memoranda to, 1951-1953
7
68
Trustees, Nominations, 1954-1960
7
69
Trustees, Photographs, undated
7
70
UNESCO, 1958-1961
7
71
U.S. Government Officials, 1959-1961
7
72
USIA-AFA Relations, Press Reactions, 1954-1956
7
73
W, General, 1953-1962
7
74
Woodstock Art Conference, "The Artist and the Museum,", 1950
7
75

2.2: Staff Records , 1927-1966

Description Container
Director Alexander B. Trowbridge, Correspondence, 1927-1928
8
1
Acting Director Andrew Wright Crawford, Correspondence, 1929
8
2
Director Harris K. Prior, Correspondence, 1957-1961
8
3-4
Director Roy Moyer, Correspondence, 1965-1966
8
5-6
Assistant Director Robert H. Luck, Correspondence, 1967-1969
8
7
Special Representative Robert H. Luck, Correspondence, 1959-1962
8
8-28
Registrar
Insurance Claims, 1947-1962
8
29-31
Insurance, General, 1955-1963
8
32
Customs, 1960-1962
8
33-35
Sales, 1958-1960
8
36
Shipping, 1962-1963
8
37-38
General Correspondence, 1963
8
39

Series 3: Special Programs , 1950-1967
(boxes 9-13)

This series is organized into 6 subseries.
  • 3.1: Artists in Residence (Ford Foundation), 1957-1966
  • 3.2: Ford Foundation Program for Visual Artists
  • 3.3: Museum Donor Program, 1959-1967
  • 3.4: New York State Council on the Arts Circulating Exhibitions Program, 1959-1966
  • 3.5: Picture of the Month, 1951-1958
  • 3.6: Jean Tennyson Foundation Color Slide Lecture Program, 1950-1962 and undated
3.1: Artists in Residence (Ford Foundation), 1957-1966
DescriptionContainer
Correspondence, 1963
9
1
Future Possibilities, 1963-1964
9
2
Replies Pending, A-Z, 1963-1966
9
3-4
Refusals, 1963-1965
9
5
Unsolicited, 1963-1966
9
6
Artists in Residence
Abramowitz, Benjamin, 1963-1966
9
7
Adler, Samuel, 1963-1965
9
8
Alps, Glen, 1964-1965
9
9
Apple, Billy, 1965-1966
9
10
Azuma, Norio, 1964-1965
9
11
Barnet, Will, 1963-1964
9
12
Blanch, Arnold, 1963-1964
9
13
Blaustein, Alfred, 1963-1965
9
14
Brach, Paul, 1963-1966
9
15
Brackman, Robert, 1963-1965
9
16
Browning, Colleen, 1957, undated
9
17
Burford, Byron, 1964-1966
9
18
Calcagno, Lawrence, 1965-1966
9
19
Callahan, Kenneth, 1963-1966
9
20
Chapin, Francis, 1963-1964
9
21
Chieffo, Clifford T., 1963-1966
9
22
Citron, Minna, 1963-1965
9
23
Cohen, George, 1963-1965
9
24
Cox, Jan, 1963
9
25
Crawford, Ralston, 1964-1965
9
26
Davis, Jerrold, 1963-1964
9
27
Decker, Lindsey, 1963-1966
9
28
De Diego, Julio, 1963-1964
9
29
Delap, Tony, 1963-1966
9
30
Dienes, Sari, 1964-1965
9
31
Drexler, Sherman, 1963-1964
9
32
Dugmore, Edward, 1963-1965
9
33
Ernst, Jimmy, 1963-1965
9
34
Florsheim, Richard, 1963-1964
9
35
Fogel, Seymour, 1963-1964
9
36
Forst, Miles, 1964-1965
9
37
Freimark, Robert, 1964-1965
9
38
Giobbi, Edward, 1965-1966
9
39
Gonzalez, Xavier, 1964-1966
9
40
Gray, Cleve, 1963
9
41
Greene, Stephen, 1965
9
42
Grillo, John, 1963-1964
9
43
Gropper, William, 1964-1965
9
44
Hare, David, 1963-1964
9
45
Henselmann, Caspar, 1965-1966
9
46
Hultberg, John, 1963-1966
9
47
Ippolito, Angelo, 1964-1965
9
48
Kanemitsu, Matsumi (Mike), 1963-1964
9
49
Kantor, Morris, 1963-1965
9
50
Koerner, Henry, 1963-1964
9
51
Lahey, Richard, 1965
9
52
Mallary, Robert, 1963-1966
9
53
Marcus, Marcia, 1965-1966
9
54
Margo, Boris, 1959-1965
9
55
Martinelli, Exio, 1963-1964
9
56
Martin, Fletcher, 1963-1964
9
57
Massin, Eugene, 1963-1966
9
58
McGarrelll, James, 1963-1964
9
59
Millman, Edward, 1963-1964
9
60
Mitchell, Fred, 1964-1965
9
61
Murch, Walter, 1963-1964
9
62
Natkin, Robert, 1963-1964
10
1
Pachner, William, 1963-1964
10
2
Parker, Raymond, 1963-1964
10
3
Peterdi, Gabor, 1963-1965
10
4
Pickhardt, Carl, 1964-1966
10
5
Quirt, Walter, 1963-1964
10
6
Reinhardt, Ad, 1964-1966
10
7
Rockmore, Noel, 1963-1964
10
8
Roth, Frank, 1966
10
9
Ruben, Richards, 1963-1964
10
10
Saltzman, William, 1965-1966
10
11
Schwartz, Aubrey, 1963-1964
10
12
Shapiro, Seymour, 1965-1966
10
13
Soffer, Sasson, 1964-1966
10
14
Sonenberg, Jack, 1063-1966
10
15
Stankiewicz, Richard, 1964-1965
10
16
Stuempfig, Walter, 1963-1964
10
17
Summers, Carol, 1965
10
18
Takal, Peter, 1964-1965
10
19
Vickrey, Robert R., 1963-1964
10
20
Waldman, Paul, 1965-1966
10
21
Wildenhain, Marguerite, 1963-1966
10
22
Wilson, Ben, 1965
10
23
Wines, James, 1963-1964
10
24
Youngerman, Jack, 1964-1966
10
25
Yunkers, Adja, 1963-1966
10
26
Correspondence, 1963-1967, undated
10
27-29
Lists, Artists, 1963-1967
10
30
Lists, Works, 1964-1966
10
31
Museums
Correspondence, General, 1963
10
32
Future Possibilities, 1963-1966
10
33
Refusals, 1963-1965
10
34
Replies Pending, A-Z, 1963-1965
10
35
Publicity, undated, 1963
10
36
Reports, 1963-1965
10
37
3.2: Ford Foundation Program for Visual Artists
DescriptionContainer
Grants-in-Aid Correspondence, 1958-1959
10
38
Purchase Awards, 1959-1960
Correspondence, General, 1959-1960
10
39
Insurance Claim, 1960
10
40
National Jury, 1959-1960
10
41
Retrospective Exhibitions, 1958-1963
Budgets, 1959-1961, undated
10
42
Catalogs, 1959-1962
10
43
Color Transparencies, undated
10
44
Comments, 1960, undated
10
45
Correspondence, General, 1958-1963
10
46
General Information, 1958-1961
10
47
Inquiries and Bookings (arranged by location)
Abroad, 1960
10
48
Alabama, 1959-1961
10
49
Arizona, 1959-1961
10
50-51
California, 1959-1961
10
52
Canada, 1959-1961
10
53
Colorado, 1959-1961
10
54
Connecticut, 1959-1961
10
55
Delaware, 1959-1961
10
56
District of Columbia, 1959-1961
10
57
Florida, 1959-1961
10
58
Georgia, 1959-1962
10
59
Hawaii, 1962-1963
10
60
Idaho, 1959-1960
10
61
Illinois, 1959-1962
11
1
Indiana, 1959-1962
11
2
Iowa, 1959-1963
11
3
Oregon, 1959-1961
11
4
Pennsylvania, 1959-1962
11
5
Puerto Rico, 1960
11
6
Rhode Island, 1959-1961
11
7
South Carolina, 1959-1962
11
8
South Dakota, 1959-1962
11
9
Tennessee, 1959-1963
11
10
Texas, 1959-1962
11
11
Utah, 1959-1960
11
12
Vermont, 1959-1961
11
13
Virginia, 1959-1962
11
14
Washington, 1959-1961
11
15
West Virginia, 1959-1961
11
16
Wisconsin, 1959-1962
11
17
Wyoming, 1959-1961
11
18
Insurance Claims, 1958-1959
11
19
Insurance Valuations, 1959-1961
11
20
Itineraries, 1959-1961
11
21
Jury Correspondence, 1958-1959
11
22
Jury Reports, 1958-1959
11
23-24
Proposals, 1960-1961
11
25
Publicity
Clippings, 1960-1963, undated
11
26
Press Releases, 1958-1959
11
27
Questionnaire, 1960
11
28
Refusals, 1959
11
29
Reports, 1960-1964
11
30-31
3.3: Museum Donor Program, 1959-1967
DescriptionContainer
Accepted Applications
Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts, 1964-1965
11
32
Addison Gallery of American Art, Phillips Academy, 1959-1961
11
33-34
Albion College, 1966-1967
11
35
Allentown Art Museum, 1966-1967
11
36
Baltimore Museum of Art, 1959
11
37
Carnegie Institute, Department of Fine Arts, 1961
11
38
Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, 1962
11
39
Currier Gallery of Art, 1960
11
40
Davenport Municipal Art Gallery, 1963-1964
11
41
Dayton Art Institute, 1963-1964
11
42
Delgado Museum, 1959
11
43
Dennison University, 1966-1967
11
44
Denver Art Museum, 1960
11
45
Everhart Museum, 1964-1965
11
46
Howard University, 1962
11
47
McNay Art Institute, 1961
11
48
Miles College, 1964-1965
11
49
Milwaukee Art Center, 1960
11
50
Montclair Art Museum, 1960
12
1
Morgan State College, 1962
12
2
Museum of African Art, 1964-1965
12
3
Oakland Art Museum, 1959
12
4
Pasadena Art Museum, 1962
12
5
Portland [Maine] Art Museum, 1966-1967
12
6
Rochester Memorial Art Gallery, 1963-1964
12
7
San Francisco Museum of Art, 1960
12
8
Talladega College, 1963-1964
12
9
Tougaloo College, 1966-1967
12
10
University of California at Los Angeles, 1961
12
11
University of Massachusetts, 1964-1965
12
12
University of Nebraska, 1961
12
13
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, 1960-1961
12
14
Wadsworth Athenaeum
12
15
White Museum of Art, Cornell University, 1959
12
16
Williams College, 1961
12
17
Worcester Art Institute, 1963-1964
12
18
Applications, Not Granted, 1959-1964
12
19
Applications, Proposed Institutions, 1964
12
20
Applications, Refused, 1964-1965
12
21
Applications, To Be Submitted, 1965-1967
12
22
Applications, Unsolicited, 1965
12
23
General Correspondence, 1960-1966
12
24
Currier, Audrey B. and Stephen R., 1966-1967
12
25
Selection of Works, 1959-1960
12
26
Special Project, Nell Blaine, 1965-1966
12
27
Summary, 1959-1967
12
28
3.4: New York State Council on the Arts Circulating Exhibitions Program, 1959-1966
DescriptionContainer
Budgets and Expenditures, 1961-1962
12
29
Comments from Exhibitors, 1962-1963
12
30
Condition Reports, 1962-1963
12
31
Exhibition Proposals, 1962-1963, undated
12
32
Exhibition Files
John Francis Cropsey (tentative), 1964
12
33
Portrait of Jefferson (dropped), 1964
12
34
The River: Places and People, 1963-1964
12
35-38
Inquiries and Bookings (arranged by location)
Akron, N.Y., 1961-1962
12
39
Albany, N.Y., 1961-1962
12
40
Albertson, N.Y., 1962
12
41
Alfred, N.Y., 1961
12
42
Armonk, N.Y., 1962
12
43
Auburn, N.Y., 1961
12
44
Batavia, N.Y., 1962
12
45
Binghamton, N.Y., 1961-1963
12
46
Brockport, N.Y., 1962-1963
12
47
Bronxville, N.Y., 1962
12
48
Brooklyn, N.Y., 1961-1963
12
49
Buffalo, N.Y., 1962-1963
12
50
Canton, N.Y., 1961-1963
12
51
Cazenovia, N.Y., 1961-1963
12
52
Chautauqua, N.Y., 1962
12
53
Cincinnatus, N.Y., 1963
12
54
Clinton, N.Y., 1962
12
55
Corning, N.Y., 1961-1962
12
56
Cortland, N.Y., 1963
12
57
Eastchester, N.Y., 1962
12
58
Elmira, N.Y., 1962
12
59
Farmingdale, N.Y., 1962
12
60
Floral Park, N.Y., 1962-1963
12
61
Flushing, N.Y., 1962
12
62
Fort Edward, N.Y., 1962
12
63
Fredonia, N.Y., 1962-1963
12
64
Garden City, N.Y., 1963
12
65
Geneseo, N.Y., 1962-1963
12
66
Glens Falls, N.Y., 1962-1963
12
67
Hempstead, N.Y., 1962-1963
12
68
Highland Falls, N.Y., 1963
12
69
Hornell, N.Y., 1961
12
70
Houghton, N.Y., 1963
12
71
Ithaca, N.Y., 1961-1963
12
72
Jamaica, N.Y., 1962-1963
12
73
Jamestown, N.Y., 1961
12
74
Katonah, N.Y., 1961
12
75
Kinderhook, N.Y., 1962
12
76
Kingston, N.Y., 1962
12
77
Lindenhurst, N.Y. , 1961
12
78
Loudenville, N.Y., 1962
12
79
Lynbrook, N.Y., 1963
12
80
Massena, N.Y., 1961-1962
12
81
Middletown, N.Y., 1962-1963
12
82
Newburgh, N.Y., 1961
12
83
New Paltz, N.Y., 1961-1963
12
84
New York, N.Y., 1961-1963
12
85
Northport, N.Y., 1962
12
86
Ogdensberg, N.Y., 1962
12
87
Oneonta, N.Y., 1961-1963
12
88
Ossining, N.Y. , 1963
12
89
Oswego, N.Y., 1962
12
90
Plattsburgh, N.Y., 1962
12
91
Port Washington, N.Y., 1962-1963
12
92
Potsdam, N.Y., 1963
12
93
Poughkeepsie, N.Y., 1961-1963
12
94
Purchase, N.Y., 1963
12
95
Rochester, N.Y., 1961-1962
12
96
Rockville Centre, N.Y., 1963
12
97
Rome, N.Y., 1962
12
98
Rye, N.Y., 1963
12
99
Scarsdale, N.Y., 1962
12
100
Schenectady, N.Y., 1961-1962
12
101
Setauket, N.Y., 1962-1964
12
102
Southampton, N.Y., 1963
12
103
Staten Island, N.Y., 1961-1962
12
104
Syracuse, N.Y., 1961-1963
12
105
Tarrytown, N.Y., 1961-1962
12
106
Troy, N.Y., 1961-1963
12
107
Utica, N.Y., 1961-1962
12
108
Wantagh, N.Y., 1962-1963
12
109
Warsaw, N.Y., 1963
12
110
Warwick, N.Y., 1961
12
111
Watertown, N.Y., 1962
12
112
Wellsville, N.Y., 1961-1962
12
113
White Plains, N.Y., 1962
12
114
Yonkers, N.Y., 1962-1963
12
115
Out of State, 1961-1963
12
116
Itineraries, 1961-1963
13
1
Lists, New York State Historical Societies, 1963
13
2
Lists, Nonprofit Institutions in New York State, 1959-1961
13
3
Loans, Temporary, 1963
13
4
Loans, Temporary to New York City Offices, 1964
13
5
Plans, 1963-1964
13
6
Programs, 1962-1966, undated
13
7
Publicity, 1962-1963
13
8
Reports, 1961-1963
13
9
Rockefeller, Gov. Nelson A., 1962
13
10
3.5: Picture of the Month, 1951-1958
DescriptionContainer
Applications and Agreements for Exhibition Display, 1954-1955
13
11
Billing, 1954-1955
13
12
Borrowers, 1954-1956
13
13
Budget and Administration, 1953-1955
13
14
Condition Reports, 1951-1952
13
15
Condition Reports and Related Correspondence, 1955-1958
13
16-17
Desirable Paintings, undated
13
18
Dispersals of Loans, 1955-1956
13
19
Documentation Research Source Sheets, 1956-1957, undated
13
20
Inquiries, 1954-1956
13
21
Lenders, 1956-1958
13
22
Photographs and Negatives, 1955-1958, undated
13
23
Promotion, 1955
13
24
Publicity, 1950s
13
25
Report to Chairman of the Exhibition Committee, 1954
13
26
Questionnaires, 1953-1954
13
27-28
Shippings, 1955
13
29
3.6: Jean Tennyson Foundation Color Slide Lecture Program, 1950-1962, undated
DescriptionContainer
Bills and Expenses, 1954
13
30
Contracts, 1954-1956
13
31
Copyright, 1952-1954
13
32
Correspondence, Bookings, 1954-1962
13
33
Correspondence, Daily File, 1954
13
34
Correspondence, Miscellaneous, 1954
13
35
Correspondence, Tennyson Foundation, 1952-1954
13
36
Dispersal, 1960-1963
13
37
General Information, 1952
13
38
Lecture Texts and Slide Lists, undated
13
39
Publicity, undated
13
40
Slides, undated
13
41
Questionnaires, 1952
13
42

3.1: Artists in Residence (Ford Foundation) , 1957-1966

Description Container
Correspondence, 1963
9
1
Future Possibilities, 1963-1964
9
2
Replies Pending, A-Z, 1963-1966
9
3-4
Refusals, 1963-1965
9
5
Unsolicited, 1963-1966
9
6
Artists in Residence
Abramowitz, Benjamin, 1963-1966
9
7
Adler, Samuel, 1963-1965
9
8
Alps, Glen, 1964-1965
9
9
Apple, Billy, 1965-1966
9
10
Azuma, Norio, 1964-1965
9
11
Barnet, Will, 1963-1964
9
12
Blanch, Arnold, 1963-1964
9
13
Blaustein, Alfred, 1963-1965
9
14
Brach, Paul, 1963-1966
9
15
Brackman, Robert, 1963-1965
9
16
Browning, Colleen, 1957, undated
9
17
Burford, Byron, 1964-1966
9
18
Calcagno, Lawrence, 1965-1966
9
19
Callahan, Kenneth, 1963-1966
9
20
Chapin, Francis, 1963-1964
9
21
Chieffo, Clifford T., 1963-1966
9
22
Citron, Minna, 1963-1965
9
23
Cohen, George, 1963-1965
9
24
Cox, Jan, 1963
9
25
Crawford, Ralston, 1964-1965
9
26
Davis, Jerrold, 1963-1964
9
27
Decker, Lindsey, 1963-1966
9
28
De Diego, Julio, 1963-1964
9
29
Delap, Tony, 1963-1966
9
30
Dienes, Sari, 1964-1965
9
31
Drexler, Sherman, 1963-1964
9
32
Dugmore, Edward, 1963-1965
9
33
Ernst, Jimmy, 1963-1965
9
34
Florsheim, Richard, 1963-1964
9
35
Fogel, Seymour, 1963-1964
9
36
Forst, Miles, 1964-1965
9
37
Freimark, Robert, 1964-1965
9
38
Giobbi, Edward, 1965-1966
9
39
Gonzalez, Xavier, 1964-1966
9
40
Gray, Cleve, 1963
9
41
Greene, Stephen, 1965
9
42
Grillo, John, 1963-1964
9
43
Gropper, William, 1964-1965
9
44
Hare, David, 1963-1964
9
45
Henselmann, Caspar, 1965-1966
9
46
Hultberg, John, 1963-1966
9
47
Ippolito, Angelo, 1964-1965
9
48
Kanemitsu, Matsumi (Mike), 1963-1964
9
49
Kantor, Morris, 1963-1965
9
50
Koerner, Henry, 1963-1964
9
51
Lahey, Richard, 1965
9
52
Mallary, Robert, 1963-1966
9
53
Marcus, Marcia, 1965-1966
9
54
Margo, Boris, 1959-1965
9
55
Martinelli, Exio, 1963-1964
9
56
Martin, Fletcher, 1963-1964
9
57
Massin, Eugene, 1963-1966
9
58
McGarrelll, James, 1963-1964
9
59
Millman, Edward, 1963-1964
9
60
Mitchell, Fred, 1964-1965
9
61
Murch, Walter, 1963-1964
9
62
Natkin, Robert, 1963-1964
10
1
Pachner, William, 1963-1964
10
2
Parker, Raymond, 1963-1964
10
3
Peterdi, Gabor, 1963-1965
10
4
Pickhardt, Carl, 1964-1966
10
5
Quirt, Walter, 1963-1964
10
6
Reinhardt, Ad, 1964-1966
10
7
Rockmore, Noel, 1963-1964
10
8
Roth, Frank, 1966
10
9
Ruben, Richards, 1963-1964
10
10
Saltzman, William, 1965-1966
10
11
Schwartz, Aubrey, 1963-1964
10
12
Shapiro, Seymour, 1965-1966
10
13
Soffer, Sasson, 1964-1966
10
14
Sonenberg, Jack, 1063-1966
10
15
Stankiewicz, Richard, 1964-1965
10
16
Stuempfig, Walter, 1963-1964
10
17
Summers, Carol, 1965
10
18
Takal, Peter, 1964-1965
10
19
Vickrey, Robert R., 1963-1964
10
20
Waldman, Paul, 1965-1966
10
21
Wildenhain, Marguerite, 1963-1966
10
22
Wilson, Ben, 1965
10
23
Wines, James, 1963-1964
10
24
Youngerman, Jack, 1964-1966
10
25
Yunkers, Adja, 1963-1966
10
26
Correspondence, 1963-1967, undated
10
27-29
Lists, Artists, 1963-1967
10
30
Lists, Works, 1964-1966
10
31
Museums
Correspondence, General, 1963
10
32
Future Possibilities, 1963-1966
10
33
Refusals, 1963-1965
10
34
Replies Pending, A-Z, 1963-1965
10
35
Publicity, undated, 1963
10
36
Reports, 1963-1965
10
37

3.2: Ford Foundation Program for Visual Artists ,

Description Container
Grants-in-Aid Correspondence, 1958-1959
10
38
Purchase Awards, 1959-1960
Correspondence, General, 1959-1960
10
39
Insurance Claim, 1960
10
40
National Jury, 1959-1960
10
41
Retrospective Exhibitions, 1958-1963
Budgets, 1959-1961, undated
10
42
Catalogs, 1959-1962
10
43
Color Transparencies, undated
10
44
Comments, 1960, undated
10
45
Correspondence, General, 1958-1963
10
46
General Information, 1958-1961
10
47
Inquiries and Bookings (arranged by location)
Abroad, 1960
10
48
Alabama, 1959-1961
10
49
Arizona, 1959-1961
10
50-51
California, 1959-1961
10
52
Canada, 1959-1961
10
53
Colorado, 1959-1961
10
54
Connecticut, 1959-1961
10
55
Delaware, 1959-1961
10
56
District of Columbia, 1959-1961
10
57
Florida, 1959-1961
10
58
Georgia, 1959-1962
10
59
Hawaii, 1962-1963
10
60
Idaho, 1959-1960
10
61
Illinois, 1959-1962
11
1
Indiana, 1959-1962
11
2
Iowa, 1959-1963
11
3
Oregon, 1959-1961
11
4
Pennsylvania, 1959-1962
11
5
Puerto Rico, 1960
11
6
Rhode Island, 1959-1961
11
7
South Carolina, 1959-1962
11
8
South Dakota, 1959-1962
11
9
Tennessee, 1959-1963
11
10
Texas, 1959-1962
11
11
Utah, 1959-1960
11
12
Vermont, 1959-1961
11
13
Virginia, 1959-1962
11
14
Washington, 1959-1961
11
15
West Virginia, 1959-1961
11
16
Wisconsin, 1959-1962
11
17
Wyoming, 1959-1961
11
18
Insurance Claims, 1958-1959
11
19
Insurance Valuations, 1959-1961
11
20
Itineraries, 1959-1961
11
21
Jury Correspondence, 1958-1959
11
22
Jury Reports, 1958-1959
11
23-24
Proposals, 1960-1961
11
25
Publicity
Clippings, 1960-1963, undated
11
26
Press Releases, 1958-1959
11
27
Questionnaire, 1960
11
28
Refusals, 1959
11
29
Reports, 1960-1964
11
30-31

3.3: Museum Donor Program , 1959-1967

Description Container
Accepted Applications
Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts, 1964-1965
11
32
Addison Gallery of American Art, Phillips Academy, 1959-1961
11
33-34
Albion College, 1966-1967
11
35
Allentown Art Museum, 1966-1967
11
36
Baltimore Museum of Art, 1959
11
37
Carnegie Institute, Department of Fine Arts, 1961
11
38
Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, 1962
11
39
Currier Gallery of Art, 1960
11
40
Davenport Municipal Art Gallery, 1963-1964
11
41
Dayton Art Institute, 1963-1964
11
42
Delgado Museum, 1959
11
43
Dennison University, 1966-1967
11
44
Denver Art Museum, 1960
11
45
Everhart Museum, 1964-1965
11
46
Howard University, 1962
11
47
McNay Art Institute, 1961
11
48
Miles College, 1964-1965
11
49
Milwaukee Art Center, 1960
11
50
Montclair Art Museum, 1960
12
1
Morgan State College, 1962
12
2
Museum of African Art, 1964-1965
12
3
Oakland Art Museum, 1959
12
4
Pasadena Art Museum, 1962
12
5
Portland [Maine] Art Museum, 1966-1967
12
6
Rochester Memorial Art Gallery, 1963-1964
12
7
San Francisco Museum of Art, 1960
12
8
Talladega College, 1963-1964
12
9
Tougaloo College, 1966-1967
12
10
University of California at Los Angeles, 1961
12
11
University of Massachusetts, 1964-1965
12
12
University of Nebraska, 1961
12
13
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, 1960-1961
12
14
Wadsworth Athenaeum
12
15
White Museum of Art, Cornell University, 1959
12
16
Williams College, 1961
12
17
Worcester Art Institute, 1963-1964
12
18
Applications, Not Granted, 1959-1964
12
19
Applications, Proposed Institutions, 1964
12
20
Applications, Refused, 1964-1965
12
21
Applications, To Be Submitted, 1965-1967
12
22
Applications, Unsolicited, 1965
12
23
General Correspondence, 1960-1966
12
24
Currier, Audrey B. and Stephen R., 1966-1967
12
25
Selection of Works, 1959-1960
12
26
Special Project, Nell Blaine, 1965-1966
12
27
Summary, 1959-1967
12
28

3.4: New York State Council on the Arts Circulating Exhibitions Program , 1959-1966

Description Container
Budgets and Expenditures, 1961-1962
12
29
Comments from Exhibitors, 1962-1963
12
30
Condition Reports, 1962-1963
12
31
Exhibition Proposals, 1962-1963, undated
12
32
Exhibition Files
John Francis Cropsey (tentative), 1964
12
33
Portrait of Jefferson (dropped), 1964
12
34
The River: Places and People, 1963-1964
12
35-38
Inquiries and Bookings (arranged by location)
Akron, N.Y., 1961-1962
12
39
Albany, N.Y., 1961-1962
12
40
Albertson, N.Y., 1962
12
41
Alfred, N.Y., 1961
12
42
Armonk, N.Y., 1962
12
43
Auburn, N.Y., 1961
12
44
Batavia, N.Y., 1962
12
45
Binghamton, N.Y., 1961-1963
12
46
Brockport, N.Y., 1962-1963
12
47
Bronxville, N.Y., 1962
12
48
Brooklyn, N.Y., 1961-1963
12
49
Buffalo, N.Y., 1962-1963
12
50
Canton, N.Y., 1961-1963
12
51
Cazenovia, N.Y., 1961-1963
12
52
Chautauqua, N.Y., 1962
12
53
Cincinnatus, N.Y., 1963
12
54
Clinton, N.Y., 1962
12
55
Corning, N.Y., 1961-1962
12
56
Cortland, N.Y., 1963
12
57
Eastchester, N.Y., 1962
12
58
Elmira, N.Y., 1962
12
59
Farmingdale, N.Y., 1962
12
60
Floral Park, N.Y., 1962-1963
12
61
Flushing, N.Y., 1962
12
62
Fort Edward, N.Y., 1962
12
63
Fredonia, N.Y., 1962-1963
12
64
Garden City, N.Y., 1963
12
65
Geneseo, N.Y., 1962-1963
12
66
Glens Falls, N.Y., 1962-1963
12
67
Hempstead, N.Y., 1962-1963
12
68
Highland Falls, N.Y., 1963
12
69
Hornell, N.Y., 1961
12
70
Houghton, N.Y., 1963
12
71
Ithaca, N.Y., 1961-1963
12
72
Jamaica, N.Y., 1962-1963
12
73
Jamestown, N.Y., 1961
12
74
Katonah, N.Y., 1961
12
75
Kinderhook, N.Y., 1962
12
76
Kingston, N.Y., 1962
12
77
Lindenhurst, N.Y. , 1961
12
78
Loudenville, N.Y., 1962
12
79
Lynbrook, N.Y., 1963
12
80
Massena, N.Y., 1961-1962
12
81
Middletown, N.Y., 1962-1963
12
82
Newburgh, N.Y., 1961
12
83
New Paltz, N.Y., 1961-1963
12
84
New York, N.Y., 1961-1963
12
85
Northport, N.Y., 1962
12
86
Ogdensberg, N.Y., 1962
12
87
Oneonta, N.Y., 1961-1963
12
88
Ossining, N.Y. , 1963
12
89
Oswego, N.Y., 1962
12
90
Plattsburgh, N.Y., 1962
12
91
Port Washington, N.Y., 1962-1963
12
92
Potsdam, N.Y., 1963
12
93
Poughkeepsie, N.Y., 1961-1963
12
94
Purchase, N.Y., 1963
12
95
Rochester, N.Y., 1961-1962
12
96
Rockville Centre, N.Y., 1963
12
97
Rome, N.Y., 1962
12
98
Rye, N.Y., 1963
12
99
Scarsdale, N.Y., 1962
12
100
Schenectady, N.Y., 1961-1962
12
101
Setauket, N.Y., 1962-1964
12
102
Southampton, N.Y., 1963
12
103
Staten Island, N.Y., 1961-1962
12
104
Syracuse, N.Y., 1961-1963
12
105
Tarrytown, N.Y., 1961-1962
12
106
Troy, N.Y., 1961-1963
12
107
Utica, N.Y., 1961-1962
12
108
Wantagh, N.Y., 1962-1963
12
109
Warsaw, N.Y., 1963
12
110
Warwick, N.Y., 1961
12
111
Watertown, N.Y., 1962
12
112
Wellsville, N.Y., 1961-1962
12
113
White Plains, N.Y., 1962
12
114
Yonkers, N.Y., 1962-1963
12
115
Out of State, 1961-1963
12
116
Itineraries, 1961-1963
13
1
Lists, New York State Historical Societies, 1963
13
2
Lists, Nonprofit Institutions in New York State, 1959-1961
13
3
Loans, Temporary, 1963
13
4
Loans, Temporary to New York City Offices, 1964
13
5
Plans, 1963-1964
13
6
Programs, 1962-1966, undated
13
7
Publicity, 1962-1963
13
8
Reports, 1961-1963
13
9
Rockefeller, Gov. Nelson A., 1962
13
10

3.5: Picture of the Month , 1951-1958

Description Container
Applications and Agreements for Exhibition Display, 1954-1955
13
11
Billing, 1954-1955
13
12
Borrowers, 1954-1956
13
13
Budget and Administration, 1953-1955
13
14
Condition Reports, 1951-1952
13
15
Condition Reports and Related Correspondence, 1955-1958
13
16-17
Desirable Paintings, undated
13
18
Dispersals of Loans, 1955-1956
13
19
Documentation Research Source Sheets, 1956-1957, undated
13
20
Inquiries, 1954-1956
13
21
Lenders, 1956-1958
13
22
Photographs and Negatives, 1955-1958, undated
13
23
Promotion, 1955
13
24
Publicity, 1950s
13
25
Report to Chairman of the Exhibition Committee, 1954
13
26
Questionnaires, 1953-1954
13
27-28
Shippings, 1955
13
29

3.6: Jean Tennyson Foundation Color Slide Lecture Program , 1950-1962, undated

Description Container
Bills and Expenses, 1954
13
30
Contracts, 1954-1956
13
31
Copyright, 1952-1954
13
32
Correspondence, Bookings, 1954-1962
13
33
Correspondence, Daily File, 1954
13
34
Correspondence, Miscellaneous, 1954
13
35
Correspondence, Tennyson Foundation, 1952-1954
13
36
Dispersal, 1960-1963
13
37
General Information, 1952
13
38
Lecture Texts and Slide Lists, undated
13
39
Publicity, undated
13
40
Slides, undated
13
41
Questionnaires, 1952
13
42

Series 4: Annual Conventions , 1912-1963
(boxes 14-16)

Description Container
3rd Annual Convention Program, 1912
14
1
5th Annual Convention Proceedings, 1914
14
2
7th Annual Convention Proceedings, 1916
14
3
8th Annual Convention Proceedings, 1917
14
4
10th Annual Convention Proceedings, 1919
14
5
11th Annual Convention, 1920
Plans, 1919-1920
14
6
Proceedings
14
7
12th Annual Convention, 1921
Proceedings
14
8
Resolutions
14
9
Speeches
14
10-11
15th Annual Convention Proceedings, 1924
14
12
18th Annual Convention Proceedings, 1927
14
13
19th Annual Convention, 1928
Proceedings
14
14
Speeches
14
15
20th Annual Convention Proceedings, 1929
14
16
21st Annual Convention Proceedings, 1930
14
17
23rd Annual Convention Proceedings, 1932
14
18
24th Annual Convention Addresses, 1933
14
19
25th Annual Convention Proceedings, 1934
15
1
26th Annual Convention Proceedings, 1935
15
2
41st Annual Convention Notes, 1950
15
3
42nd Annual Convention, 1951
Program
15
4
Sound Recordings of Proceedings (on twelve 7 ½ inch reel-to-reel tapes)
15
5
44th Convention, 1953
Correspondence of Director Burton Cummings
15
6
Photographs
15
7
45th Annual Convention, 1954
15
8
46th Annual Convention, 1955
Convention Committee Correspondence
15
9
Photographs and Clippings
15
10
Speeches
15
11
48th Annual Convention, 1957
Committee Chairman's (Preston M. Bolton) Records, 1956-1957
15
12-13
Exhibitions
15
14
Photographs and Negatives
15
15
Publicity and Press Releases
15
16-18
Speakers
15
19-20
Speeches, includes panel discussion, "The Creative Act"
16
1
50th Anniversary Convention, 1959
Proceedings
16
2-3
Architects
16
4
Exhibitions
16
5
Honorary Committee
16
6
Photographs
16
7-9
Private Dinners
16
10
Press Releases
16
11
Clippings
16
12-13
Speakers Biographical Materials
16
14
Speakers Program
16
15
Convention, [1961]
Committee, 1960-1961
16
16
Exhibitions
16
17
Clippings
16
18
Publicity
16
19
Arrangements
16
20
Speakers, Correspondence
16
21
Speakers, Program
16
22
Speeches
16
23-24
Thank You Letters
16
25
Convention [ Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas], 1963,
Committee, 1962-1963
16
26
Correspondence
16
27
Exhibitions
16
28
Planning
16
29
Publicity, 1962-1963
16
30
Registration
16
31
Speakers
16
32-34
Thank You Letters
16
35
Convention [ Lincoln, Nebraska.; canceled], 1963,
Correspondence, 1962-1963
16
36

Series 5: Exhibition Files , 1934-1969
(boxes 17-78)

This series is organized into 20 subseries:
  • 5.1: Exhibitions, General, 1942-1962
  • 5.2: Circulating Exhibitions, 1934-1959
  • 5.3: Annual Exhibitions, 1951-1969 (AFA nos. 51-1 through 69-20)
  • 5.4: Documentation Files for Annual Exhibitions, 1965-1967 (AFA nos.65-1 through 67-29)
  • 5.5: Report Forms for Exhibitions, 1948-1953
  • 5.6: Miscellaneous Exhibitions, 1951-1968
  • 5.7: State Department Exhibitions, 1949-1952
  • 5.8: Metropolitan Museum of Art Exhibitions, 1950-1956
  • 5.9: Contemporary Berlin Artists, 1950-1956 (AFA no. 48)
  • 5.10: Contemporary Color Lithography, 1951-1954 (AFA no. 96)
  • 5.11: Imaginary Portraits, 1951 (AFA no. 99)
  • 5.12: Metropolitan Museum of Art, Minishows, 1951-1956
  • 5.13: Life Exhibitions, 1951-1959
  • 5.14: Virginia Museum of Fine Arts Exhibitions, 1952-1956
  • 5.15: Addison Gallery Exhibitions, 1953-1955
  • 5.16: Canceled Exhibitions, 1953-1964
  • 5.17: New York State Council on the Arts Exhibitions, 1961-1964
  • 5.18: Rejected Exhibitions, 1961-1968
  • 5.19: Suggested Exhibitions, 1964-1967
  • 5.20: Photographs of Miscellaneous Exhibition Installations, undated
5.1: Exhibitions, General, 1942-1962
DescriptionContainer
Exhibitions, General, 1942-1947
17
1-6
Eloise Spaeth's Files, 1947-1948
17
7-8
Mrs. John Pope's Files, 1948
17
9-10
Eloise Spaeth's Files, 1949
17
11
Mrs. John Pope's Files, 1949
17
12
Annual Report, 1949-1950
17
13
Eloise Spaeth's Files, 1950
17
14
Mrs. John Pope's Files, 1950
17
15-16
Eloise Spaeth's Files, 1951
17
17
Mrs. John Pope's Files, 1951
17
18
Exhibitions, General, 1951-1962
17
19-30
5.2: Circulating Exhibitions, 1934-1959
DescriptionContainer
Kentucky, Miscellaneous, 1955
17
31
Louisiana, Tulane University, 1948
17
32
Massachusetts
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1953
17
33
The Smith College Museum of Art, 1953
17
34
New York
Albany, New York State College for Teachers, 1948-1951
17
35
New York State College of Ceramics, Alfred University, 1944-1948
17
36
Cayuga Museum of History and Art, 1946-1947
17
37
Buffalo
Buffalo Art Institute, 1945
17
38
Grosvenor Library, 1945-1950
17
39
Cortland, Cortland Free Library, 1944-1946
17
40
Fredonia, State Teachers College, 1948-1956
17
41
Geneseo, State University of New York Teachers College, 1955-1956
17
42
New York
A.C.A. Gallery, undated
17
43
A-D Gallery, 1948-1951
17
44
American British Art Center, 1944-1949
17
45
American-Scandinavian Foundation, 1943-1946
17
46
Art Directors Club, 1949-1955
17
47
Buchholz Gallery, 1939-1950
17
48
Columbia University, 1948-1950
17
49
Council for Inter-American Cooperation, Inc., 1947-1951
17
50
Easthampton, Long Island (Guild Hall), 1951-1955
17
51
The East and West Association, 1942
17
52
English Speaking Union, 1943-1945
17
53
French Embassy, 1948
17
54
Handy & Harman, 1948-1951
17
55
Harmon Foundation, 1941-1950
17
56
Hays Storage and Packing Company, 1945-1950
17
57
Kennedy Gallery, 1943-1957
17
58
Life Exhibitions, 1945-1955
17
59
M. Grumbacher, 1939-1945
17
60
M. Knoedler and Company, 1934-1949
18
1
Midtown Galleries, 1943-1948
18
2
Milch Gallery, 1939-1947
18
3
Milton Snedecker Corporation, 1934-1952
18
4
National Serigraph Society, 1945-1959
18
5
New Age Gallery, Inc., 1950-1951
18
6
Russell Sage Foundation, 1936-1941
18
7
Society of Illustrators, 1938-1943
18
8
Rochester Public Library, 1947-1951
18
9
The University of Rochester Library, 1949-1958
18
10
Troy, Russell Sage College, 1948
18
11
Utica, Utica Public Library, 1945-1951
18
12
Wellsville, Carnival Caravan, 1948-1950
18
13
5.3: Annual Exhibitions (AFA nos. 51-1 through 69-20), 1951-1969
DescriptionContainer
51-1: Paintings and Prints from the Upper Midwest, Photographs, 1951
18
14
51-2: Home and the Machine, Photographs, 1951
18
15
51-3: Eleven Dutch Printmakers, Photographs, 1951
18
16
51-4: A University Collects, Photographs, 1951
18
17
51-5: Mural for First National Bank in Tulsa, Photographs, 1951
18
18
51-6: Boris Margo: The Months, Photographs, 1951
18
19
51-7: House in Mexico by Anshen & Allen, San Francisco, Photographs, 1951
18
20
51-8: 1950 A.I.D. (American Institute of Design) Awards, Photographs, 1951
18
21
51-9: Art of the Photogram, Photographs, 1951
18
22
51-13: Louisiana Heritage by James Henri Ricau, Photographs, 1951
18
23
51-14: Six American Painters, Photographs, 1951
18
24
51-15: California Crafts, Photographs, 1951
18
25
51-16: Indian Watercolor Drawings of the Kalighat School, Photographs, 1951
18
26
51-17: Replicas of Ancient Egyptian Sculpture, Photographs and Negatives, 1951
18
27
51-18: Contemporary Italian Paintings, Photographs, 1951
18
28
51-21: Young Painters U.S.A., Photographs, 1951
18
29
52-1: 60th Annual American Exhibition from the Art Institute of Chicago, Photographs, 1952
18
30
52-3: Photographs by Brett Weston, Photographs, 1952
18
31
52-4: Sculpture: In Time and Place, Photographs, 1952
18
32
52-5: The Danish Poster, 1952
18
33-34
52-7: 1951 Annual A.I.D. Awards, Photographs, 1952
18
35
52-8: Thirty U.S. Contemporaries, Photographs, 1952
18
36
52-11: State and Territories, Photographs, 1952
18
37
52-17: Paintings by Vienna School Children, 1952-1954
18
38
52-23: Finnish Arts and Crafts, 1952-1954
18
39
53-1: Philadelphia International Watercolor Annual, 1952-1954
18
40-43
53-2: Graphic Art and Techniques, 1952-1954
18
44-47
53-3: Drawings by Leonardo DaVinci, 1953
18
48-49
53-4: British Children's Art, 1952-1954
18
50-52
53-5: American Watercolors, Drawings and Prints, 1952-1954
18
53-56
53-6: John Marin Etchings, 1952-1955
18
57-58
53-7: Daumier Lithographs, 1952-1954
19
1-5
53-8: National Academy Contemporaries, 1952-1954
19
6-9
53-9: Three Semi-Abstractionists, 1952-1954
19
10-13
53-10: Fifty Books of the Year, 1952-1955
19
14-20
53-11: Postwar German Color Prints, Photographs, 1953
19
21
53-12: Corcoran Twenty-third Biennial, 1952-1954
19
22-26
53-13: Modern Aubusson Tapestries, Report Forms, 1953
19
27-29
53-14: Five Contemporary Americans, 1952-1953
19
30-35
53-15: Postwar German Theater Design, 1952-1954
19
36-40
53-16: Seventh Brooklyn Museum Print Annual, 1952-1957
19
41-45
53-17: 1952 Annual A.I.D. Awards, 1952-1953
19
46-50
53-18: Biblical Paintings by Ben-Zion, 1953-1954
19
51-55
53-19: The Face of Humor, 1951-1954
19
56-58
53-20: Sculpture 1953, 1953-1954
19
59-63
53-21: Contemporary Swiss Architecture, 1951-1955
19
64-70
53-22: Room Portraits by David Payne, 1951-1954
19
71-73
53-23: Recent Architecture in Western Germany, 1953-1954
19
74-75
53-24: First International Carpet Design Competition, 1951-1954
19
76-81
53-25: New Work in Stained Glass, 1952-1953
19
82-86
53-25: New Work in Stained Glass, 1952-1953 (continued)
20
1-13
53-26: Approaches to Drawing and Prints, 1953-1954
20
14-17
53-31: New Design Developments, 1953
20
18
53-32: Bridges Are Beautiful, 1953
20
19
53-36: Designs for Fountains, 1953
20
20
54-3: Design in Scandinavia, 1954-1957
20
21-39
54-3: Design in Scandinavia, 1954-1957 (continued)
21
1-7
54-4: Designer Craftsmen U.S.A., 1954-1955
21
8
54-8: Art Schools USA, 1953-1954
21
9
54-9: The Child Craftsman, 1953-1955
21
10-13
54-10: A University Collects: University of Nebraska, 1953-1955
21
14-18
54-11: Watercolors and Drawings by Dutch and Flemish Artists, 1953-1955
21
19-24
54-12: The Opening of the West, 1954-1955
21
25-29
54-13: Medieval Architecture, 1953-1955
21
30-34
54-14: Silver and Stone, 1953-1956
21
35-40
54-15: The City and Its People, 1953
21
41
54-16: Religion and the Printmaker's Theme, 1953-1955
21
42-45
54-17: Side Door to Commerce, 1953-1955
21
46-50
54-18: Contemporary Color Lithography, 1954-1955
21
51-55
54-19: American Painting 1954, Photographs, 1954
21
56
54-25: Highlights of American Painting, 1953-1956
21
57-60
54-27: AFA Trustees Collectors, 1953-1954
21
61-67
54-28: Smith College Collects, 1956
21
68-69
54-31: Sketches for Sculpture, 1954
21
70
54-41: Planned for Craftsmen, 1954-1955
21
71-74
54-42: Art Schools USA, 1954
21
75-80
54-43: Creative Jewelry, 1955-1956
22
1-6
55-1: Museum Purchase Fund, 1955
22
7-8
55-2: Corcoran Biennial, 1954-1956
22
9-13
55-3: Trends in Contemporary American Painting, 1954-1956
22
14-19
55-4: The First Century of Color Lithography, 1954-1956
22
20
55-5: Painter's Panorama, 1953-1956
22
21-26
55-6: New Talent in the USA, 1954-1956
22
27-32
55-7: Major Works in Minor Scale: Paintings and Sculpture by Major Italian Artists, 1954-1957
22
33-38
55-8: Accent Rugs, 1954-1956
22
39-43
55-9: A Collector's Choice, 1955
22
44-49
55-10: Nuremberg and the German World, 1954-1955
22
50-55
55-11: Art, Nature and the Fabric, 1954-1956
22
56-60
55-12: Sculpture in Silver from Islands in Time, 1953-1955
22
61-67
55-13: World at Work, 1954-1956
23
1-9
55-14: Art Schools USA, 1955-1957
23
10-15
55-15: Pioneers of American Abstract Art, 1955
23
16-23
55-16: In Memoriam, 1955
23
24-31
55-17: 2,000 Years of Chinese Painting, [1955]
23
32
55-18: Fifty Books of the Year, 1955-1957
23
33-36
55-19: Sport in Art, 1956
23
37-47
55-19: Sport in Art, 1956 (continued)
24
1-13
55-20: Ninth National Print Annual, 1955-1956
24
14-19
55-21: Drawing in America, 1955-1956
24
20-25
55-22: California Designed, 1954-1956
24
26-31
55-23: Nicholas De Stael, 1955-1956
24
32-38
55-24: Four Centuries of European Drawings, 1955-1956
24
39-45
56-1: Whitney Annual 1956, 1956
24
46-51
56-2: Graphic Gala, 1955-1956
24
52-57
56-3: Adventure in Glass, 1954-1958
24
58-63
56-3: Adventure in Glass, 1954-1958 (continued)
25
1
56-5: Camera Consciousness, 1954-1957
25
2-7
56-7: A Mid-Century Review: German Watercolors, Drawings and Prints, 1905-1955, 1955-1958
25
8-14
56-8: Seventeen, 1955-1956
25
15-19
56-9: Forecast: Museum Director's Choice, 1955-1962
25
20-25
56-10: Three Renaissance Architects, 1955-1962
25
26-31
56-11: A Printmaker's View of the 17th Century, 1955-1958
25
32-36
56-12: New Talent in the USA 1956, 1955-1957
25
37-42
56-13: Painter's Panorama II, 1955-1957
25
43-48
56-14: Art Schools USA, , 1961-1962
25
49
56-15: Contemporary Color Lithography, 1955-1958
25
50-55
56-16: Paintings Prior to 1860, 1953-1957
25
56-60
56-18: Garden Pieces, 1956-1957
25
61-65
56-19: The Art Market, 1956-1957
25
66-70
56-20: UPA: Form in the Animated Cartoon, 1956-1957
25
71-75
56-21: Prints from Twenty Nations, 1956
25
76
56-21: Prints from Twenty Nations, 1956 (continued)
26
1-6
56-22: Sculpture in Silver from Islands in Time, 1955-1957
26
7-12
56-23: The Bookbinder's Craft, 1953-1957
26
13-17
56-24: Art in Science, 1956-1959
26
18-23
56-25: Tenth National Print Annual, 1955-1957
26
24-29
56-26: A Decade of Prints, 1956-1958
26
30-34
56-27: Boston Arts Festival, 1956-1958
26
35-41
56-28: Cuban Tempos, 1956-1962
26
42-48
56-29: Young Artists of the Near East, 1956-1959
26
49-54
57-1: Whitney Annual 1957, 1956-1958
26
55-60
57-2: Children of the City, 1956-1958
26
61-62
57-2: Children of the City, 1956-1958 (continued)
27
1-4
57-3: The American Cartoon, 1955-1958
27
5-10
57-4: The Tastemakers, 1955-1957
27
11-13
57-5: Theater Designs of Donald Oenslager, 1956-1958
27
14-20
57-6: Craftsmanship in a Changing World, 1956-1957
27
21-25
57-9: Executive View, 1956-1957
27
26-33
57-10: Corcoran Biennial, 1956-1959
27
34-40
57-11: Fifty Years at the Corcoran, 1955-1958
27
41-46
57-12: New Talent in the USA 1957, 1956-1957
27
47-52
57-13: Painters Panorama Ill, 1955-1957
27
53-55
57-14: Young Americans - Young Scandinavians, 1956-1957
27
56-62
57-15: Major Works in Minor Scale, 1956-1959
28
1-7
57-16: Look At America, 1956-1959
28
8-13
57-17: Posters USA, 1955-1959
28
14-19
57-18: Illuminations, 1955-1960
28
20-26
57-19: World Art, 1956-1957
28
27-31
57-20: International Kites, 1957-1958
28
32-37
57-21: Frans Masereel: Graphic Work, 1956-1957
28
38-43
57-22: The Prints of Reginald Marsh, 1956-1959
28
44-49
57-23: Contemporary Texas Painting, 1956-1959
28
50-56
57-24: Structural Steel in Today's Architecture, 1956-1960
28
57-62
57-25: Abstract Photography, 1957-1958
28
63-67
57-26: Pictures of "My Mother,", 1956-1960
28
68-72
57-27: AFA Preview: Younger Europeans, 1957-1958
28
73-80
57-28: A Collector's Choice: Selections by William H. Lane, 1956-1958
29
1-6
57-29: A Visit to 17th Century Holland, 1957
29
7-8
57-30: In Memoriam, 1957
29
9-15
57-31: Art Schools USA 1957, 1957
29
16-20
57-32: Fourteen Painter-Printmakers, 1957
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21-26
57-34: Italian Art of the 20th Century, 1957
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27-32
57-35: Four Florida Artists: Massin, Pachner, Solomon Zerbe, 1957-1958
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33-37
57-36: A University Collects-Michigan, 1957
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38-42
57-37: The Life of Christ, 1956-1960
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43-46
57-38: Forged in Fire, 1957-1958
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47-53
57-39: The Decisive Moment: Photographs by Cartier-Bresson, 1930-1957, 1957-1960
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54-58
57-40: The Arts of Norway, 1957-1959
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59-64
57-41: Sculpture by Roszak, 1957
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65-70
58a/b: The Photographer's Choice: The Best from Life, 1958-1961
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71-76
58EE: From the Executive's Easel, 1956-1960
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1-5
58-1: The Houses of Today, 1958
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6-11
58-3: 11th National Print Exhibition, 1957-1959
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12-20
58-4: Kaleidoscope, 1957-1959