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Anton Refregier papers, circa 1900-circa 1990

Contents and Arrangement

The collection is arranged as 11 series:

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Series 1: Biographical Material , 1925-1980
0.25 Linear feet
Box 1

This series includes Refregier's marriage, naturalization and death certificates, passports and other travel documentation, wills, interview transcripts, membership cards and awards, and resume material.
Description Container Select
Awards, 1975-1977
1
1
Graduation Program (copy), 1925
1
2
Identification and Membership Cards, 1930s-1970s
1
3
Interview of Refregier, Transcript, by Kleinholz, circa 1950s-circa 1960s
1
4
Interview material from Lois Spenkin, 1970
1
5
Interview of Refregier, Transcript, by Joseph Trovato, 1964
1
6
Last Wills and Testaments, Anton and Lila Refregier, 1975, 1977
1
7
Marriage and Naturalization Certificates, 1930, 1936
1
8
Medical Records and Death Certificate (copy), 1967-1980
1
9
Passports and Travel Documents, circa 1960s-1980
1
10
Refregier, Lila, High School Diploma, 1934
1
11
Refregier, Valentina, Naturalization Certificate and Expenses Related to her Death, 1926, 1967, 1972
1
12
Resume Material, circa 1940s-circa 1970s
1
13
Who's Who, circa 1950s-1980
1
14

Series 2: Correspondence , 1912-circa 1990s
10.2 Linear feet
Boxes 1-11, 36, OVs 38, 45

This series provides extensive documentation of Refregier's personal and professional life through correspondence in addition to notes, financial and legal records, printed material and some photographs and sketches. It includes family correspondence consisting primarily of letters written by Refregier while traveling and working in Mexico, San Francisco (on the Rincon Annex Post Office mural) and the Soviet Union. Chronological and alphabetical correspondence contains correspondence with artists including Henry Dreyfuss, Philip Evergood, Rockwell Kent, Emmy Lou Packard, and Byron Randall, colleagues who worked with Refregier on murals and tapestries such as Walter and Bundy Illsley, WPA administrators, galleries and museums, public and corporate business clients, and national and international political organizations in which Refreigier was extensively involved, such as the World Peace Council. The series also documents Refregier's participation in artist organizaitons such as the Woodstock Artists Association and his teaching work for institutions such as Bard College, where he was professor of painting from 1962-1964.
Files relating to the National Council of American-Soviet Friendship contain correspondence with Rockwell Kent who was involved extensively with this organization and with the World Peace Council.
Researchers should note that chronological correspondence in Series 2.2. supplements documentation of subjects found in the alphabetical files of Series 2.3. Correspondence files relating to mural and tapestry commissions should also be used in conjunction with Series 5: Murals and Tapestry Files where more detailed information about certain commissions can be found.
The series is arranged as 4 subseries:
  • 2.1: Family Correspondence, 1940s-1970s
  • 2.2: Chronological Correspondence, 1912-circa 1990s
  • 2.3: Alphabetical Correspondence, 1930s-1982
  • 2.4: Greeting Cards, circa 1940s-circa 1970s
2.1: Family Correspondence, 1940s-1970s
Description Container
Refregier, Anton and Lila, 1940s-1970s
(6 folders)
1
15-20
Refregier, Aleksandre, Anton, Brigit and Lila, 1950s-1970s
(2 folders)
1
21-22
Refregier, Anton, Lila and Anton Jr. (Toto), circa 1940s-circa 1950s
1
23
2.2: Chronological Correspondence, 1912-circa 1990s
Description Container
Correspondence, circa 1920s-circa 1970s
(3 folders)
1
24-26
Correspondence, 1912-1940
(13 folders)
1
27-39
Correspondence, 1941-1956
(30 folders)
2
1-30
Correspondence, 1957-1964
(26 folders)
3
1-26
Correspondence, 1964-1969
(25 folders)
4
1-25
Correspondence, circa 1970s-1980
(27 folders)
5
1-27
Correspondence, 1980s-1990s
(3 folders)
6
1-3
2.3: Alphabetical Correspondence, 1930s-1982
Description Container
ACA Galleries, circa 1940s-1968
(3 folders)
6
4-6
ACA Galleries, Print Group Notes, circa 1950s
6
7
Aguilar, Jose Sanches, 1966
6
8
American Dialogue Article on Refregier, 1965
6
9
American Soviet Chamber of Commerce (Rosenfeld, Herbert T.), 1945, 1959
6
10
An Artist's Journey, Publication of Limited Edition, 1946, 1965
6
11
Anti-War Protest, 1967
6
12
Archives of American Art, 1964, 1970
6
13
Art Commission, City of San Francisco, Reception, 1971
6
14
Artist Associations, 1950s
6
15
Artists Equity Association, 1950s-1961
6
16
Arts in the Theatre Institute, 1936-1937
6
17
Associated American Artists Galleries, 1952-1954, 1961
Oversized material housed in OV 45
6
18
Associated American Artists Galleries Fabrics, 1951-1952
6
19
Associations and Organizations, Correspondence with, 1950s-1966
6
20
Bard College, 1960s
(3 folders)
6
21-23
Brandeis University Book, 1953-1955
6
24
"Buchenwald" Story, 1959-1960
6
25
"Chamber of Horrors" Life under the Nazis Committee, circa 1937
6
26
Citizens Committee for Constitutional Liberties, 1962
6
27
Collection of Letters from "Friends and People in General,", 1949-1971
6
28
Collector's Guild Ltd. and A. Lublin, Inc., 1970-1971
6
29
Columbia Broadcasting System Television, 1955-1956
(includes artwork for "Out of the Darkness")
6
30
Columbia Pictures, Artwork for "The Last Ten Days,", 1956
6
31
Commercial Decal, Inc., 1950-1951
6
32
Committee to Abolish the House Un-American Activities Committee, 1961
6
33
Condolence Letters on Death of Alek Refregier, 1971-1972
(4 folders)
6
34-37
Contacts, Architecture, circa 1965-1969
6
38
Contacts, Florida, 1957
6
39
Cookery Lafayette, Inc., 1955-1970
(3 folders; oversized material housed in OV 38)
6
40-42
Covington Fabrics, 1955-1956
(Oversized material housed in OV 38)
6
43
D Contemporary Paintings, 1956
6
44
Davis, Angela, 1970
6
45
Donations of Artwork, 1966-1968
6
46
East River Gallery Agreements, 1936
6
47
Elizabeth Art Club, 1960-1961
6
48
Erikssen, Adelyne, 1961
6
49
Evergood, Phil, 1971
6
50
Everhart Museum, Scranton, PA, 1960
6
51
Faulkner, Stanley, 1961-1962, 1970-1974
7
1
Federal Arts Committee, 1937-1938
(2 folders)
7
2-3
Film Artists, Inc., 1958
7
4
Fine Arts 260 (Book-of-the-Month Club, Inc.), 1972-1973
7
5
First Unitarian Church, Los Angeles, CA, 1961
7
6
Ford Foundation, 1963-1964
7
7
Garelick's Gallery, 1961-1962
7
8
Get Well Cards/Letters, 1970
(3 folders)
7
9-11
Give All Thy Terrors to the Wind, Drawing, 1936
7
12
Glass Panels, Chandler Cudlipp Associates, Inc., 1968-1970
7
13
"Government Sponsorship of the Arts,", 1959-1963
7
14
Harbor Gallery, 1971
7
15
Heritage Gallery, 1963-1968
7
16
Illsley, Walter and Bundy, 1968-1972
7
17
Illustration, "Steel and Metal Workers-It Takes a Fight to Win," Pamphlet by Gus Hall, 1972
7
18
Illustrations, Vanguard Records, circa 1959-1961
(Oversized material housed in Box 36)
7
19
Inquiries to and from Refregier about Jobs, 1955
7
20
International Publishers, 1964-1966
7
21
James Seeman Studios Inc., 1957-1964
7
22
Japan Council Against the A and H Bombs, 1961
7
23
John Reed Club and American Artists Congress, 1930s
(2 folders)
7
24-25
John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship Application, 1945
7
26
Kent, Rockwell, Testimonial Dinner, 1957
7
27
Lecture Program, circa 1966-1970
7
28
Lectures, 1958-1966
7
29
Lectures
"Art and Artists in the Soviet Union,", 1973-1975
7
30
"Art and Artists in the Soviet Union," California, 1975-1976
7
31
Miami, FL, 1966-1967
7
32
New York State Art Teachers Association, 1955
7
33
Philadelphia Social Science Forum, 1963
7
34
"The Creative Environment,", 1960
7
35
Madison Square Gardens Paegant, 1937
7
36
Mainstream, 1960-1961
7
37
Marble Arch Gallery, Inc., 1960-1961
7
38
Morris Lapidus. Harle & Liebman, 1961
7
39
Mosman, Warren T., 1967-1968
7
40
Muldavin, Joe, 1960
7
41
Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute, 1958
7
42
Murals, Inc., 1952-1956
7
43
N. W. Ayer & Son, Inc., 1955-1957, 1963-1964
7
44
Nation, Illustrations for, 1956
7
45
National Committee for a Sane Nuclear Policy, circa 1960s
7
46
National Council of American-Soviet Friendship, 1940s-1975
(4 folders)
7
47-50
National Council of American-Soviet Friendship, Exhibition (1960), 1959-1960
7
51
National Council of American-Soviet Friendship, Public Statements, 1967-1968
7
52
National Council of Jewish Women, 1963
7
53
National Council of the Arts, Sciences and Professions, 1951-1953
7
54
National Guardian Calendar, 1963
7
55
Natural Figure Drawing, 1946-1947, 1960
7
56
Natural Figure Drawing, Photographic Material, 1946-1947
(2 folders)
7
57-58
New World Review, 1961
7
59
New York Shipbuilding Corporation, 1950-1959
(Oversized material housed in OV 38)
7
60
New York State Council on the Arts Grant, 1969-1971
8
1
Paintings Sold, 1958-1964
8
2
Park East Hospital, 1952
8
3
Pending Jobs, 1955-1965
(3 folders)
8
4-6
Personal Correspondence, 1957, 1963-1982
8
7
Personal Correspondence, Lila Refregier, 1960-1976
8
8
Political Correspondence, 1950s-1970s
(3 folders)
8
9-11
Possible Commissions, 1961-1973
(2 folders)
8
12-13
Postcards, Blank, circa 1920s-circa 1970s
(4 folders)
8
14-17
Poster, International Union of Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers, 1955
8
18
Posters, 1967-1968
(2 folders)
8
19-20
Print Commissions-Fine Art Promotions (Henrietta Lippman), 1968
8
21
Professional Correspondence, 1952-1978
(5 folders)
8
22-26
Professional Correspondence re: Pictures in Fortune Magazine, 1945
8
27
Progress Publishers, Moscow, 1974-1976
8
28
Progressive Youth Organizing Committee, 1960-1961
8
29
Projects, Miscellaneous, 1963-1964
8
30
Public Art Preservation Committee, circa 1950s-circa 1970
8
31
Public/Political Statements, 1950s, 1963-1964
8
32
Publication, An Artists Journey, 1962-1966
(2 folders)
8
33-34
Publication, An Artists Journey, International Promotion, 1965
8
35
Publishers Correspondence, 1970-1971
8
36
Puerto Rico, 1957
8
37
Red Book Magazine, 1950
8
38
Refregier, Alek, World Festival of Youth, 1968
8
39
Research on New Deal Art Projects, 1968
8
40
Roberson Memorial Center, 1961
8
41
Roberts, Holland, 1962
8
42
Rosenberg Case, 1952
8
43
Sales, 1957
8
44
Sales, Prints, 1962
8
45
Sanity, 1961
8
46
Schools for Alek Refregier, 1966
8
47
Sheraton International Golf Club, 1972
8
48
Siqueiros, David Alfaro, 1963-1964
8
49
"Sketches of the Soviet Union,", 1971-1975
8
50
"Song of Peace,", 1959
8
51
Southern Conference Educational Fund, Inc., 1960-1961
8
52
Soviet Union
Children, Letters and Camp Artek, 1974
9
1
Correspondence, circa 1950s-1976
(3 folders)
9
2-4
Cost of Living Estimates, circa 1960s
9
5
Payment Records, circa 1969
9
6
Visit, 1965-1966
9
7
Visit, 1969
9
8
Visit, 1971-1974
9
9
Visit, 1979
9
10
Visit to Azerbaijan, circa 1967-1973
9
11
Soviet Woman Magazine Drawing, 1965
9
12
Spanish Refugee Committee, 1952
9
13
State University of New York Television Production Visuals, 1968
9
14
Statements, 1950s
9
15
Stratford Factors, 1960-1961
9
16
Submissions to Publications, 1971
9
17
Syracuse University Film Division Film, 1965
9
18
Trademark, Gay Blades Ice Skating Rink, 1938-1939
(Oversized material housed in Box 36)
9
19
Ulster County Community College, 1965-1970
9
20
United Nations Missions, circa 1960-1969
9
21
United States Department of the Interior, Grand Coulee Dam, 1971-1972
9
22
University of Alabama Library, 1971
9
23
University of Arkansas, Visiting Artist, 1952
9
24
Weinstein, Abraham B., 1958-1960
9
25
West Hempstead Public Schools, 1960-1961
9
26
Woodstock Artists Association, Inc., 1940s-1970s
(2 folders)
(includes sketches by Refregier; 1963 records deal with Rockwell Kent's 80th birthday celebration)
9
27-28
Woodstock Artists Association, Cultural Commission, 1972
9
29
Woodstock Elementary School, "Artist in Residence,", 1973
9
30
Woodstock Press Cards, 1955
9
31
Works Progress Administration, 1930s-1950s
(3 folders)
9
32-34
Works Progress Administration, Printed Material, circa 1930s
9
35
World Council of Peace, 1949-1961
(5 folders)
9
36-40
World Council of Peace, 1962-1975
(2 folders)
10
1-2
World Council of Peace
Address Lists, circa 1950s
10
3
Cultural Commission, 1966, 1972
10
4
Printed Material on Vietnam, 1965
10
5
Stockholm Trip, 1959-1960
10
6
World Congress for General Disarmament and Peace, 1962
10
7
World Congress for Peace, 1973-1974
10
8
World Congress for Peace, Helsinki, 1965
10
9
Oversized, Illustrations, Vanguard Records, circa 1959-1961
(Oversized material from Box 7)
36
Oversized, Trademark, Gay Blades Ice Skating Rink, 1938-1939
(Oversized material from Box 9)
36
Oversized, Cookery Lafayette, Inc., 1955-1970
(Oversized material from Box 6)
OV 38
Oversized, Covington Fabrics, 1955-1956
(Oversized material from Box 6)
OV 38
Oversized, New York Shipbuilding Corporation, 1950-1959
(Oversized material from Box 7)
OV 38
Oversized, Associated American Artists Galleries from Box 6
OV 45
2.4: Greeting Cards, circa 1940s-circa 1970s
This series contains greeting cards, primarily seasonal, received by Refregier and his family. The first group of 13 folders contains many homemade cards and includes original artwork by artists such as Emmy Lou Packard and Byron Randall, and one greeting recorded on a phonograph record.
Description Container
Greeting Cards, circa 1940s-circa 1970s
(13 folders)
10
10-22
Greeting Cards, circa 1940s-circa 1970s
(2 folders)
10
23-24
Greeting Cards, circa 1940s-circa 1970s
(12 folders)
11
1-12
Scrapbook of Greeting Cards, 1960s
Oversized material housed in OV 45
11
13
Oversized, Scrapbook of Greeting Cards from Box 11, 1960s
Oversized material from Box 11
OV 45

Series 3: Writings , circa 1930s-circa 1970s
3.3 Linear feet
Boxes 11-14, OV 45

This series contains primarily drafts of many unpublished essays and autobiographical writings by Refregier, in addition to copies of several of his published works including Natural Figure Drawing, An Artists Journey and Sketches of the Soviet Union. Typescript drafts of "Diary of a Mural" appear to document Refregier's experience while working on his mural for the Rincon Annex Post Office.
The series is arranged as 2 subseries:
  • 3.1: Writings by Refregier, circa 1930s-circa 1970s
  • 3.2: Writings by Others, circa 1930s-circa 1970s
3.1: Writings by Refregier, circa 1930s-circa 1970s
Writings include typescripts, notes, layout material including sketches and photographs, and published copies of books. Records relating to Art in Architecture include photos of Refregier
See Appendix for a partial list of the writings not listed individually in Series 3.1.
Description Container
Writings, circa 1940s-circa 1970s
(6 folders)
11
14-19
Writings, 1930s
11
20
"Mural Painting in America,", 1944
11
21
Writings, 1947
12
1
Writings, 1950s
12
2
"An Artist's Journey to a New World," layout copy, circa 1950s
12
3
"Diary of a Mural," Outlines and Notes, circa 1950s, 1957-1958
12
4
"Diary of a Mural," Drafts, circa 1950s
12
5
"Diary of a Mural," Drafts, circa 1950s
12
6
"Diary of a Mural," Drafts, circa 1950s
12
7
"Diary of a Mural," Related Material, circa 1950s
12
8
Statement to Woodstock Artists Association regarding journal Reality, circa 1953
12
9
"What a U.S. Artist saw in Guatemala,", 1953-1956
12
10
New York State Art Teacher's Convention Speech, 1955
12
11
"Guatemala," Layout copy, 1955
12
12
"Guatemala," Layout Copy, Related Material, 1955-1959
12
13
Writings for Class 4-506, 1955-1956
12
14
Lecture, Unknown, circa 1953-1957
12
15
"9 months"/"When A Child Is Born", circa 1958-1965
12
16
Re: Drawing, circa 1958
12
17
New World Review Article, 1959
12
18
United States Arts Foundation Bill, 1959
12
19
"Buchenwald,", 1959-1960
12
20
Writings, 1960s
(2 folders)
12
21-22
Government Sponsorship of the Arts, 1960s
12
23
Art in Architecture, Notes and Layout material, circa 1960s
Oversized material housed in OV 45
12
24
Art in Architecture, First Draft, circa 1960s
(4 folders)
12
25-28
Art in Architecture, Additional Material, circa 1960s
12
29
Natural Figure Drawing, Second Edition, Tudor Publishing, New York, 1960
12
30
Kingston High School Magazine Article, 1961
12
31
Public Ownership in the U.S.A.-Goals and Priorities, 1961
12
32
"Responsibility of the Artist,", 1963
13
1
An Artist's Journey, International Publishers, New York, 1965
(signed hardcover with limited edition print, #36 of 50)
13
2
An Artist's Journey, International Publishers, New York, Paperback copy, 1965
13
3
Soviet Diary, 1966
13
4
Soviet Diary/"Anton Refregier's Diary", published in Woodstock Week, 1966
13
5
Soviet Diary Possible Drafts, circa 1960s
13
6
Tapestry Article for American Artist, 1966
13
7
Writings and Statements, 1970s
(3 folders)
13
8-10
"Chile," Layout Copies, circa 1970s
13
11
Autobiographical Typescript, Draft for 1905-1928, circa 1970s
13
12
Autobiographical Typescript, Draft and Notes, circa 1970s
13
13
Autobiographical Typescript, Draft and Notes "Getting Along,", circa 1970s
13
14
Autobiographical Typescript Draft, "Up Against the Wall," Chapter 2: "America", circa 1970s
13
15
Sketches of the Soviet Union, Typescripts, circa 1970s
13
16
Sketches of the Soviet Union, Typescript Drafts and Notes, circa 1970s
13
17
"Soviet Union Stories," Typescripts Drafts, circa 1970s
13
18
Response to New York Times Magazine Mural Article, 1972
13
19
Writings, 1973
13
20
Typescripts written in Moscow, 1973-1974
(2 folders)
13
21-22
"Up Against the Wall," Typescripts, Notes, 1974
(3 folders)
13
23-25
"Coming Home" Typescript, circa 1974
13
26
"An Artist's Journey," Layout copy, circa 1975
(for version published in Moscow)
13
27
"Guatemala and Later Chile,", circa 1976
13
28
"Art in Defense of Peace,", 1976
(for version published in Moscow)
13
29
Writings, 1977
13
30
"A Gift of Life: A Diary of Open-Heart Surgery,", 1977
13
31
Sketches of the Soviet Union, Progress Publishers: Moscow, 1978
(2 hardback copies)
13
32
Notes and Fragments, 1930s-1970s
(14 folders)
14
1-14
Notes, College Lectures/Courses, circa 1937
14
15
Oversized, Art in Architecture, Notes and Layout material from Box 12, circa 1960s
OV 45
3.2: Writings by Others, circa 1930s-circa 1970s
Writings by others includes primarily typescripts about Refregier and on various other subjects by authors including Howard Koch, Rockwell Kent, Walter Lowenfels, and possibly some of Refregier's students.
Description Container
About Refregier
Chegadaev, A, "Refregier's World of Forms,", 1966
14
16
Mahoney, Murrelle, circa 1960s
14
17
Roberts, Holand, circa 1960s
14
18
University of Virginia Art Museum, Essays on Refregier inspired by exhibition in 1977, circa 1977
14
19
Notes on Refregier by Unidentified, circa 1960s
14
20
Other Subjects, circa 1930s-circa 1970s
(9 folders)
14
21-29

Series 4: Diaries and Journals , 1923-1979
0.6 Linear feet
Box 15

Fifteen diaries and journals from circa 12 years are found in the form of typescripts and handwritten journals and day planners. Many contain sketches and were created primarily by Refregier to record travel and day-to-day activities including specific projects such as the New York World's Fair Mural in 1938. One 1923 journal is handwritten in Russian.
Diaries are arranged chronologically, with 2 items belonging to Lila Refregier and 1 item probably belonging to Anton Refregier Jr.'s (Toto) wife, placed at the end of the series.
Description Container Select
Journal, 1923
15
1
Diary, 1937
15
2
Diary, circa 1937-circa 1938
(2 folders)
15
3-4
Journal, New York World's Fair Mural, 1938
15
5
Diaries, 1950, 1951, 1952
15
6
Diary, 1956
15
7
Diary and Calendar Fragment, 1957, 1959
15
8
Journal, circa 1960s
15
9
Journal, "Mural in the Syracuse University,", 1963
(contains correspondence and sketches)
15
10
Diary, circa 1973-1974
15
11
Diary, Lila Refregier, 1978
15
12
Notebook, Lila Refregier, 1979
15
13
Diary, Wife of Anton Refregier, Jr. (Toto), circa 1960s
15
14

Series 5: Mural and Tapestry Files , circa 1930s-circa 1970s
3.65 Linear feet
Boxes 15-18, 36, OVs 38, 45, 46, RD 42

This series documents Refregier's work on many mural and tapestry projects for private and corporate clients such as Bowery Savings Bank, Cafe Society Uptown, Sheraton Hotels, anbd First National Bank. It also documents commissions for state and federal government agencies, including the WPA and commissions such as the post office in Plainfield, NJ, Rikers Island Prison, and the Rincon Annex Post Office. Files contain correspondence, notes, many loose sketches and cartoons, printed material and photographs. Additional records relating to these files can be found in Series 2: Correspondence.
The series is arranged as 2 subseries, with files arranged alphabetically by name of project or subject:
  • 5.1: Murals, circa 1930s-circa 1970s
  • 5.2: Tapestries, circa 1940s-circa 1970s
5.1: Murals, circa 1930s-circa 1970s
Description Container
Abraham & Strauss Nassau, Long Island, NY, 1951-1952
15
15
Cafe Society Uptown, 1940
15
16
Chicago Murals, circa 1970s
15
17
Chicopee Motor Inn, Chicopee, MA, 1960
15
18
Continental National Bank, Lincoln, NA, Competitions, 1957-1958
15
19
Country Club, Norfolk, VA, 1959-1969
15
20
Covington Fabrics Corporation, 1952-1955
15
21
First National Bank, Tulsa, OK, 1950
15
22
First National Stores Inc., 1954-1959
(4 folders)
15
23-26
Gracie Square Hospital, New York, NY, 1969
15
27
Greenpoint Hospital, 1930s
15
28
Greenwich Federal Savings & Loan Association, Proposal, 1964
15
29
Hartleys Inc., Miami, FL, 1959-1960
(Oversized material housed in OV 45)
16
1
Hillcrest Jewish Center, 1950-1954
(2 folders; oversized material housed in OV 46, RD 42)
16
2-3
Hotel Americana Carnival Room, Miami Beach, FL, 1955-1957
16
4
International Inn, Washington, D.C., 1962
16
5
Jewish Community Center, White Plains, New York, NY, 1956
16
6
Junior High School, Queens, Emery Roth & Sons, 1952
16
7
Kingston High School Mural Project, 1978
16
8
Lessman Incorporated, 1933-1940
(2 folders; oversized material housed in Box 36, OV 46)
16
9-10
Lessman Incorporated, Paul Revere Room, Hotel Lexington, New York, NY, 1937-1940
(2 folders)
16
11-12
Local 1199 Union Building, New York, NY, 1967-1970
16
13
Mayo Clinic Diagnostic Unit, 1951-1954
16
14
Mayo Clinic Diagnostic Unit, Research Material, circa 1952
16
15
Metropolitan Hospital, New York, NY, 1968-1971
(2 folders)
16
16-17
National Maritime Union of America, 1962
16
18
Nebraska Capitol Building, Lincoln, NA, circa 1950s
16
19
Nebraska Capitol Building, Lincoln, NA, Source Material, circa 1950s
(7 folders)
16
20-26
New York Central System, 1938
(Oversized material housed in Box 36)
16
27
New York Labor Temple, 1939-1940
16
28
Orange Plaza Shoping Center, Middletown, NY, 1971-1972
16
29
Phoenix Insurance Company, Hartford, CT, 1950-1951
(Oversized material housed in OV 38)
16
30
Plaza Hotel, NY, Ben Sackheim, Inc., 1962
16
31
Post Office, Plaindfield, NJ, 1941-1942
(Oversized material housed in Box 36)
16
32
Public School 146, Bronx, NY, 1957-1966
16
33
Rikers Island Prison, Rikers Island, NY, 1936, 1978
17
1
Rincon Annex Post Office, San Francisco, CA
Rincon Annex Post Office, San Francisco, CA, 1940s-1970s
(13 folders)
17
2-14
Mural Competition Sketchbook, 1940s
17
15
News Clippings, 1950s-1970s
17
16
Personal Statements/History, circa 1930s-circa 1960s
17
17
Source Material and Sketches, circa 1940s
(Oversized material housed in Box 36)
17
18
Source Material and Sketches, circa 1940s
(Oversized material housed in Box 36)
17
19
Source Material and Sketches, circa 1940s
17
20
Source Material and Sketches, circa 1940s
(Oversized material housed in OV 46)
17
21
Source Material and Sketches, circa 1940s
(Oversized material housed in OV 46)
17
22
Source Material and Sketches, circa 1940s
(Oversized material housed in OV 46)
17
23
Source Material and Sketches, circa 1940s
(Oversized material housed in OV 46)
17
24
Ritz Carlton Hotel Cocktail Lounge, 1964-1966
17
25
S.S. Constitution, S.S. Independence, 1950s
17
26
S.S. President Polk, 1940-1942
17
27
Sam Burt House, Brooklyn, NY, 1966-1971
17
28
Schoen and Hennessy, 1955-1956
17
29
Schroeder Hotel, Lessman Interiors, 1950-1951
(Oversized material housed in OV 38)
18
1
Sheraton Corporation, Mexico, 1964
18
2
Sheraton Hotels, Binghamton, NY and Dallas, TX, 1956-1959
(2 folders)
18
3-4
Sheraton Hotel, Philadelphia, 1955-1957
(2 folders; oversized material housed in OV 38)
18
5-6
Sheraton Motor Inn, New York, NY, 1961-1962
(Oversized material housed in OV 38)
18
7
Sheraton Park Hotel, Washington D.C., 1963-1964
18
8
Syracuse University, 1962-1963
18
9
Tokeneke Elementary School, 1955-1956
(Oversized material housed in OV 46)
18
10
Union News Company Thruway Restaurants, 1954-1955
(Oversized material housed in OV 46)
18
11
Union News Company Thruway Restaurants, Light Fixtures, 1954-1955
(Oversized material housed in OV 46)
18
12
University of Kentucky Medical Center, 1959-1960
18
13
University of Kentucky Medical Center, 1961
18
14
Unknown/Miscellaneous, 1950s-circa 1960s
18
15
Zenith Radio Corporation, 1956-1958
18
16
Oversized, Lessman Incorporated, 1933-1940
(Oversized material from Box 16)
36
Oversized, New York Central System, 1938
(Oversized material from Box 16)
36
Oversized, Post Office, Plaindfield, NJ, 1941-1942
(Oversized material from Box 16)
36
Oversized, Rincon Annex Post Office, San Francisco, CA, Source Material and Sketches, circa 1940s
(Oversized material from Box 17)
36
Oversized, Phoenix Insurance Company, Hartford, CT, 1950-1951
(Oversized material from Box 16)
OV 38
Oversized, Schroeder Hotel, Lessman Interiors, 1950-1951
(Oversized material from box 18)
OV 38
Oversized, Sheraton Hotel, Philadelphia, 1955-1957
(Oversized material from Box 18)
OV 38
Oversized, Sheraton Motor Inn, New York, NY, 1961-1962
(Oversized material from Box 18)
OV 38
Oversized, Hartleys Inc., Miami, FL, 1959-1960
(Oversized material from Box 16)
OV 45
Oversized, Hillcrest Jewish Center, 1950-1954
(Oversized material from Box 16)
OV 46
Oversized, Lessman Incorporated, 1933-1940
(Oversized material from Box 16)
OV 46
Oversized, Rincon Annex Post Office, San Francisco, CA, Source Material and Sketches, circa 1940s
(Oversized material from Box 17)
OV 46
Oversized, Tokeneke Elementary School, 1955-1956
(Oversized material from Box 18)
OV 46
Oversized, Union News Company Thruway Restaurants, 1954-1955
(Oversized material from Box 18)
OV 46
Oversized, Union News Company Thruway Restaurants, Light Fixtures, 1954-1955
(Oversized material from Box 18)
OV 46
Oversized, Hillcrest Jewish Center, 1950-1954
(Oversized material from Box 16)
RD 42
5.2: Tapestries, circa 1940s-circa 1970s
Description Container
Agents, 1971-1972
18
17
Bowery Savings Bank, 1964-1967
(5 folders)
(includes photo of Refregier)
18
18-22
Bowery Savings Bank, Promotion, 1964-1967
18
23
Exhibition Ideas, 1968
18
24
Fabric Samples, circa 1940s-circa 1960s
18
25
Hester, Mary and Vasquez, Isaac, 1968-1970
18
26
Rotron Manufacturing Company, Inc., 1962
18
27
Sheraton Hotel, Cleveland, 1962
18
28
Tapestry Records, circa 1960s-1970s
18
29

Series 6: Exhibition Files , 1942-1981
0.6 Linear feet
Boxes 18-19

Files primarily contain correspondence and notes relating to exhibition arrangements and lists of exhibited works. Additional announcements, catalogs, invitations and exhibition reviews can be found in Series 8: Printed Material, Refregier.
Description Container Select
Paintings and Mural Sketches by Anton Refregier (1942), ACA Galleries, 1942
18
30
Anti-Fascist Drawings (1945), National Federation for Constitutional Liberties, ACA Galleries, 1945
18
31
"Anton Refregier" (1948), Fraymart Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, 1948
18
32
"San Francisco" (1949), ACA Galleries, 1949
18
33
"Anton Refregier, Recent Paintings" (1953), ACA Galleries, 1953
18
34
Woodstock Artists Association (1963), 1963
18
35
"Exhibition of Paintings by Anton Refregier," (1965), and Catalog We Make Our Tomorrow, 1964-1965
18
36
"Anton Refregier" (1966), Harbor Gallery, 1966-1969
18
37
"Exhibition of Paintings by Anton Refregier," (1967), Hermitage Museum, Leningrad, 1967
18
38
"Leningrad Graphic Workshop," (1967), ACA Galleries, 1961, 1966-1967
18
39
"Anton Refregier: Paintings," (1967) and Lecture, Rudolph Galleries, 1965-1970
18
40
"Peace, War and the Freedom Struggle," (1968), ACA Galleries, 1968
18
41
ACA Galleries (1973), 1973
18
42
Berlin, German Democratic Republic (1974), 1973-1974
18
43
"New York WPA Artists, Then and Now," (1977), Parsons School of Design, 1977
18
44
"Chile" (1979, 1980), Moscow, Samarkand, Soviet Union, 1979-1980
18
45
Anton Refregier Memorial Exhibition (1981), Woodstock Artists Association, 1981
18
46
Exhibitions, 1958-1974
(9 folders)
19
1-9
Exhibitions and Lectures, 1970-1973
19
10
Guest Book of Signatures (Unknown Exhibition), circa 1960s
19
11
Invitation Lists for Openings, circa 1960s
19
12

Series 7: Personal Business Records , 1920s-1980s
1.8 Linear feet
Boxes 19-20

Scattered but limited financial documentation relating to Refregier's work can be found throughout this series in addition to addresses in 6 sets of index cards including 3 alphabetical sets, and groupings for "Owners of my work," "Sources," "New materials and processes" and a mixed set.
Description Container Select
Address Books, circa 1930s-circa 1970s
(2 folders)
19
13-14
Adresses/Business Cards, circa 1930s-circa 1970s
(3 folders)
19
15-17
Adresses on Index Cards, circa 1930s-circa 1970s
(2 shoeboxes of index cards)
19
18-19
Addresses on Index Cards, circa 1930s-circa 1970s
(2 folders)
20
1-2
Addresses for Greeting Cards, 1950s
20
3
Bills/Receipts, 1920s-1980s
(9 folders)
20
4-12
Financial Notes/Records, 1960s-1977
(2 folders)
20
13-14
Health/Immunization Records, circa 1940s-circa 1970s
20
15
Insurance Records, 1930s-1970s
(3 folders)
20
16-18
Insurance Claim, Theft of Artwork from Studio, 1972-1975
20
19
Notes, Miscellaneous, circa 1930s-circa 1970s
20
20
Property Records, 1931, 1972
20
21
Record Book, Mexico, 1977-1978
20
22
Tax Records, 1940s-1980s
(12 folders)
20
23-34
Tax Records, NY Sales Tax, 1960s-1970s
20
35

Series 8: Printed Material , circa 1920s-1980s
7.4 Linear feet
Boxes 21-28, 36

1.5 linear feet of printed material documenting Refregier's career can be found here, including invitations to events, exhibition announcements and catalogs and news clippings about the artist. Also found is printed material in which illustrations by Refregier were published.
The remainder of the series consists of printed material reflecting Refregier's interest in subjects including art, literature, music, theater, and local, national and international politics, particularly in the countries of the Eastern bloc. The series contains issues of popular magazines such as Life and Look, newspapers such as The Worker, Daily Worker, and National Guardian, foreign publications such as Rumania Today, Korea, Neue Berliner Ilustrierte, and a folder of 2 tourist information brochures from circa 1933 Nazi Germany. News clippings from the series provide coverage of some of the most defining events of the twentieth century including World War II, events in the Soviet Union, John F. Kennedy's assasination, the Vietnam War, and the civil rights movement in the United States.
Printed material relating to the World Council of Peace, includes records of related organizations, councils and committees, and includes Council bulletins, official statements, resolutions, articles and reports, minutes of meetings, and press releases.
Printed material on miscellaneous other subjects includes some issues of the local Woodstock newspaper Woodstock Week and a small group of clippings files with Refregier's original labels.
The series is arranged as 3 subseries:
  • 8.1: Printed Material, Refregier, circa 1920s-circa 1980s
  • 8.2: Printed Material, Other Artists/Art-Related, circa 1920s-1980s
  • 8.3: Printed Material, Other Subjects, circa 1920s-1980s
8.1: Printed Material, Refregier, circa 1920s-circa 1980s
Description Container
Announcements, Catalogs, Invitations, circa 1930s-1980s
(12 folders)
21
1-12
"Man of Art," Compilation of News Clippings on Refregier, 1970s
21
13
Postcards of Refregier's Artwork, 1930s-1970s
21
14
About Refregier, circa 1930s-1980s
(15 folders)
21
15-29
About Refregier, 1970s-1980s
(4 folders)
22
1-4
Illustrated by Refregier, circa 1920s-circa 1970s
(6 folders)
22
5-10
8.2: Printed Material, Other Artists/Art-Related, circa 1920s-1980s
Description Container
Announcements, Catalogs, Invitations, circa 1930s-1980s
(7 folders)
22
11-17
General Art-Related, circa 1920s-1970s
(7 folders)
22
18-24
General Art-Related, 1920s-1970s
(15 folders)
23
1-15
Literature, circa 1920s-1970s
(5 folders)
23
16-20
Music and Theater, circa 1920s
23
21
Music and Theater, 1930s-1980s
(6 folders)
24
1-6
8.3: Printed Material, Other Subjects, circa 1920s-1980s
Description Container
Magazines, 1940s-1980s
(11 folders)
24
7-17
Miscellaneous, circa 1920s-1960s
(8 folders)
24
18-25
Miscellaneous, circa 1970s-1980s
(2 folders)
25
1-2
Political, circa 1918-1950s
(19 folders; oversized material housed in Box 36)
25
3-21
Political, 1950s-1960s
(21 folders)
26
1-21
Political, 1960s-1970s
(12 folders)
27
1-12
Travel, circa 1920s-1970s
(5 folders)
27
13-17
Travel, Nazi-Era German Travel Brochures, 1930s
27
18
World Council of Peace, 1950s-1970s
(12 folders)
28
1-12
Oversized, Political, circa 1918-1950s
(Oversized material from Box 25)
36

Series 9: Scrapbooks , 1930s-1960s
1.1 Linear feet
Boxes 28, 37, BV 47

Scrapbooks are generally in fragmented condition and contain a mixture of photographs, sketches, notes and fragments of writings, and printed material.
Scrapbook 1 contains clippings, announcements and catalogs; Scrapbook 2 includes photos of Lila Refregier and the Refregier children, agricultural work, and unidentified people, probably including Philip Evergood; Scrapbook 3 contains a mixture of photos and sketches with notes, and draft fragments of essays; Scrapbook 4 contains primarily photos of Guatemala; Scrapbook 5 includs greeting cards with original artwork in addition to several sketches by Refregier; Scrapbook 6 includes printed material related to Refregier's visits to the Soviet Union; Scrapbook 7 relates to a University of Kentucky mural and includes photos of Refregier at work in addition to some FAP photographic division photos; Scrapbooks 8 and 9 contain photos of murals and installations and original artwork; and scrapbooks 10 and 11 contains news clippings and several catalogs duplicated elsewhere in the collection.
Description Container Select
Scrapbook 1, 1930s
(Oversized material housed in Box 37)
28
13
Scrapbook 2, circa 1940s
(2 folders)
28
14-15
Scrapbook 3, circa 1950
(2 folders)
28
16-17
Scrapbook 4, circa 1950s
(2 folders)
28
18-19
Scrapbook 5, 1961-1962
28
20
Scrapbook 6, Loose Printed Material, circa 1960s
(Oversized material housed in Box 37)
28
21
Scrapbook 7 Fragments, circa 1950s-circa 1960s
28
22
Scrapbook 8, Fragments, 1930s
(Oversized material housed in Box 37)
28
23
Scrapbook 9, Fragments, circa 1930s-circa 1950s
(Oversized material housed in Box 37)
28
24
Scrapbook 10, Fragments, Scrapbook 11, circa 1930s-circa 1950s
(Oversized material housed in Box 37 and BV 47)
28
25
Oversized, Scrapbook 1, 1930s
(Oversized material from Box 28)
37
Oversized, Scrapbook 6, Loose Printed Material, circa 1960s
(Oversized material from Box 28)
37
Oversized, Scrapbook 8, Fragments, 1930s
(Oversized material from Box 28)
37
Oversized, Scrapbook 9, Fragments, circa 1930s-circa 1950s
(Oversized material from Box 28)
37
Oversized, Scrapbook 10, Fragments, circa 1930s-circa 1950s
(Oversized material from Box 28)
37
Oversized, Scrapbook 11, 1930s-1940s
BV 47

Series 10: Artwork , circa 1930s-circa 1970s
3.5 Linear feet
Boxes 28-30, 36, OVs 40, 41, RDs 42-44

Artwork by Refregier in the form of loose sketches, primarily in pencil, and 21 sketchbooks, constitutes the bulk of this series. Sketches and cartoons document the development of many of Refregier's mural and tapestry designs. Many of the sketchbooks also contain journal entries and notes. Also found here are prints and reproductions of Refregier's "Peace card" block engravings for every year from 1950-1973, with the exception of 1970.
Material related to Natural Figure Drawing includes photos and sketches by Refregier and others used in the book and 2 marked up copies of the book. A folder of sketches and text regarding publications for labor organizations, includes two issues of Labor Defender from 1933 and 1934.
Artwork by others contains artwork by Refregier's children and other unidentified children, and one folder of artwork by others including 7 copies of a woodblock print by Manuel Q. Hernandez, and a pencil sketch and woodblock print by unidentified artists.
Description Container Select
Artwork by Refregier
Loose Sketches, circa 1930s-circa 1970s
(2 folders; oversized material housed in OV 40)
28
26-27
Loose Sketches, circa 1930s-circa 1970s
(7 folders; oversized material housed in Box 36 and OV 40)
29
1-7
Loose Sketches, including Cafe Society Uptown, 1940s
(Oversized material housed in OV 40)
29
8
Loose Sketches, Inc. Colliers, circa 1940s
(Oversized material housed in OV 40)
29
9
Loose Sketches, including Gay Blades Ice Skating Rink, circa 1930s-circa 1940s
(Oversized material housed in OV 40)
29
10
Loose Sketches, including Sarasota, FL, circa 1944
(Oversized material housed in OV 40)
29
11
Loose Sketches, including S. S. Lurline, 1940s
(Oversized material housed in OV 40)
29
12
Loose Sketches, Various, Unidentified, circa 1940s
(Oversized material housed in OV 41, RD 42, RD 43, RD 44)
29
13
Natural Figure Drawing, circa 1940s
(5 folders; oversized material housed in Box 36)
29
14-18
Peace Cards, 1950s-1970s
(5 folders)
29
19-23
Sketchbooks, circa 1940s-circa 1960s
(5 folders)
29
24-28
Sketchbooks, Europe, 1960
29
29
Sketchbooks, Mexico, 1963, 1964
29
30
Sketchbooks, Mexico, 1966
30
1
Sketchbook, Miami, FL, 1967
30
2
Sketches and Text Re. Publications for Labor Organizations, 1930s
30
3
Sketches for "Art for Children,", circa 1950s
(includes photos)
30
4
Sketches for Insect Research Center, New York University, circa 1968
30
5
Sketches for Urapan Society, circa 1970s
30
6
Artwork by Others
By Children, circa 1940s-circa 1970s
(2 folders)
30
7-8
By Others, circa 1950s-circa 1970s
30
9
Oversized, Loose Sketches, circa 1930s-circa 1970s
(Oversized material from Box 29)
36
Oversized, Natural Figure Drawing, circa 1940s
(Oversized material from Box 29)
36
Oversized, Loose Sketches, circa 1930s-circa 1970s
(Oversized material from Box 28)
OV 40
Oversized, Loose Sketches, circa 1930s-circa 1970s
(Oversized material from Box 29)
OV 40
Oversized, Loose Sketches, including Cafe Society Uptown, 1940s
(Oversized material from Box 29)
OV 40
Oversized, Loose Sketches, Inc. Colliers, circa 1940s
(Oversized material from Box 29)
OV 40
Oversized, Loose Sketches, including Gay Blades Ice Skating Rink, circa 1930s-circa 1940s
(Oversized material from Box 29)
OV 40
Oversized, Loose Sketches, including Sarasota, FL, circa 1944
(Oversized material from Box 29)
OV 40
Oversized, Loose Sketches, including S. S. Lurline, 1940s
(Oversized material from Box 29)
OV 40
Oversized, Loose Sketches, Various Unidentified, circa 1940s
(Oversized material from Box 29)
OV 41
Oversized, Loose Sketches, Various Unidentified, circa 1940s
(Oversized material from Box 29)
RD 42
Oversized, Loose Sketches, Various Unidentified, circa 1940s
(Oversized material from Box 29)
RD 43
Oversized, Loose Sketches, Various Unidentified, circa 1940s
(Oversized material from Box 29)
RD 44

Series 11: Photographs , circa 1900-1980s
4.5 Linear feet
Boxes 31-35, 39

Photographs include photographs of Refregier with family, friends and colleagues; Refregier in his studio, including photos of models used for mural painting and for his 1948 book Natural Figure Drawing; Refregier at events such as exhibition openings and parties; and Refregier on trips to the Soviet Union, Mexico and other locations. Also found here are photos of Refregier's artwork and exhibition installations.
Family photographs include some presumed to picture Refregier's family taken around circa 1900, possibly including the sculptor Vasilief with whom Refregier apprenticed in Paris. Reference to a first wife of Refregier is also inscribed on the verso of one of the photographs.
Photographs of Refregier at work in the studio and with models, include FAP Photographic Division photos and photos of many models from that period including those used for Refregier's New York World's Fair mural. Some sketches can also be found here.
Friends and colleagues pictured include Julio de Diego, Marion Greenwood, Rockwell Kent, Pablo O'Higgins and David Siqueiros. There is also a 1936 photo of Margaret Bourke-White, Stuart Davis, Doris Lee, Paul Manship and Lewis Mumford and a group of snapshots from a visit to see Rockwell and Sally Kent at Asgard Farm.
Photos of events and parties include a dismantled scrapbook and photos from an exhibition opening in 1945 and press photos by Albert A. Freeman, picturing Refregier with Howard Fast, Norman Bel Geddes, Marion Greenwood, John Kingsbury, Yasuo Kuniyoshi and Harry Stockwell. Other events include an exhibiton of Refregier's work in Moscow at the Pushkin Museum of Art.
Travel photographs of Mexico include a series of photographs and part of a dismantled scrapbook showing Refregier and others at work on the tapestry process.
The series also contains slide transparencies, primarily of artwork by Refregier and travel to the Soviet Union, circa 1959 and 1960s.
Of additional note are photographs by others including a photograph by Eliot Elisofon, 2 photographs by Eugene Morley and 4 photographs by Max Yavno, including one of Refregier at work.
Description Container Select
Refregier, Family and Friends
Refregier (Alone), circa 1920s-1979
(Oversized material housed in Box 39)
31
1
Family, circa 1930s-circa 1980s
(7 folders; oversized material housed in Box 39)
31
2-8
Family and Friends/Colleagues, circa 1900-1970s
(5 folders; oversized material housed in Box 39)
31
9-13
Rockwell Kent and Asgard Farm, circa 1960s-circa 1970s
31
14
Album/Scrapbook, circa 1940s
(3 folders)
31
15-17
Studio and Models
Studio and Models, circa 1930s-1970s
(10 folders; oversized material housed in Box 39)
31
18-27
Syracuse University Mural, circa 1962
31
28
Studio and Working with Students, circa 1970s
31
29
Events and Parties
Events and Parties, circa 1940s-circa 1970s
(4 folders; oversized material housed in Box 39)
31
30-33
Scrapbook-United Nations Conference on International Organization, San Francisco, CA, 1945
31
34
Paul Robeson and Eleanor Roosevelt at the Wiltwyck School for Boys, circa 1950s
31
35
Bowery Savings Bank Reception, 1967
31
36
Exhibition in German Democratic Republic, 1979
31
37
Travel
Chile, 1976
31
38
Europe, circa 1950s
31
39
Mexico, circa 1960s-circa 1970s
(7 folders)
31
40-46
Soviet Union, 1959-cira 1970s
(7 folders)
32
1-7
Soviet Union, Samarkand, 1979
32
8
United States, Grand Coulee Dam, circa 1971
32
9
United States and Unidentified, circa 1930s-circa 1960s
(3 folders)
32
10-12
Miscellaneous, circa 1930s-circa 1970s
(5 folders)
32
13-17
Photos of Artwork
Exhibitions/Installations, circa 1940s-circa 1970s
(3 folders; oversized material housed in Box 39)
32
18-20
Refregier Restaurant Installations by Lionel Freedman, circa 1940s
(Oversized material housed in Box 39)
32
21
Artwork by Refregier, circa 1930s-circa 1970s
(13 folders; oversized material housed in Box 39)
32
22-34
Artwork by Refregier, circa 1937
(2 folders)
32
35-36
Photos of Artwork by Others, circa 1930s-circa 1970s
(2 folders)
32
37-38
Photographs by Others
by Eliot Elisofon and Eugene Morley, circa 1940s-circa 1950s
(Oversized material housed in Box 39)
32
39
by Max Yavno, circa 1940s-circa 1950s
32
40
Snapshots, Artwork, People and Travel, circa 1930s-circa 1970s
(5 folders)
33
1-5
Slide Transparencies, Artwork, People and Travel, circa 1950s-circa 1970s
(1 shoebox)
34
1
Negatives, Artwork, People and Travel, circa 1930s-circa 1970s
(13 folders)
35
1-13
Oversized, Refregier, Family and Friends
Oversized, Refregier (Alone), circa 1920s-1979
(Oversized material from Box 31)
39
Oversized, Family, circa 1930s-circa 1980s
(Oversized material from Box 31)
39
Oversized, Family and Friends/Colleagues, circa 1900-1970s
(Oversized material from Box 31)
39
Oversized, Studio and Models, circa 1930s-1970s
(Oversized material from Box 31)
39
Oversized, Events and Parties, circa 1940s-circa 1970s
(Oversized material from Box 31)
39
Oversized, Photos of Artwork
Oversized, Exhibitions/Installations, circa 1940s-circa 1970s
(3 folders; oversized material from Box 32)
39
Oversized, Refregier Restaurant Installations by Lionel Freedman, circa 1940s
(Oversized material from Box 32)
39
Oversized, Artwork by Refregier, circa 1930s-circa 1970s
(13 folders; oversized material from Box 32)
39
Oversized, Photographs by Others
Oversized, by Eliot Elisofon and Eugene Morley, circa 1940s-circa 1950s
(Oversized material from box 32)
39

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