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C. J. (Clarence Joseph) Bulliet papers, circa 1888-1959

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Series 3: Writings , 1929-1951
2 Linear feet
Boxes 3-4

Writings by Bulliet consist of notes, drafts, and final manuscripts of published and unpublished articles and essays, books, fiction and poems, lectures, and reviews. Within each category, material is arranged alphabetically by title. The few writings by others are arranged chronologically by author.
Additional writings, consisting of notes and drafts for reviews and columns, are scattered among the artist files (Series 4) and subject files (Series 5).
This series is arranged as 2 subseries.
  • 3.1: Writings by Bulliet
  • 3.2: Writings by Others
3.1: Writings by Bulliet
Description Container
Articles and Essays
"American Art as it Functions Today", circa 1940-1941
3
1
"Famous Female Impersonators From Achilles to Julian Eltinge", circa 1888-1959
3
2
"History of Journalism", 1949
3
3
"How Modern Art Came to Town" (parts IV, V, and VI), published in The Chicagoan, 1931
3
4
"Sex Expression in Contemporary Painting", circa 1888-1959
3
5
"The Salon of Bouguereau", circa 1888-1959
3
6
"The Souls of Cities", circa 1888-1959
3
7
Untitled, circa 1888-1959
3
8
Books
Apples and Madonnas, 1930
3
9-13
The Courtezan Olympia, 1929-1930
3
14-17
The Eccentrics (unpublished)
Alexander the Great, Draft and Notes, circa 1888-1959
3
18
Bonheur, Rosa and Raymond, Draft and Notes, circa 1888-1959
3
19
Caesar and Cleopatra, Draft, Notes, and Research Materials, circa 1888-1959
3
20
Carroll, Earl, Draft, Notes, and Research Materials, circa 1888-1959
3
21
Fuseli, Henri, Draft and Research Materials, 1950
3
22
Insanity in Art, Draft, Notes, and Research Materials, 1948-1950
3
23
Jewish Artists, Draft, circa 1888-1959
3
24
Laurencin, Marie, Draft, Notes, and Research Materials, 1927
3
25
Little Egypt, Notes and Research Materials, circa 1888-1959
3
26
Napoleon, Draft and Notes, circa 1888-1959
3
27
"On Reading the Language of Art," Draft and Notes, circa 1888-1959
3
28
Pascin, Jules, Draft, Notes, and Research Materials, 1931
3
29
Thaw, Henry K., Draft, Notes, and Research Materials, 1951
3
30
"Turner and the Dawn of Impressionism," Draft, Notes, and Research Materials, 1947-1951
3
31
Vigee-Le Brun, Elizabeth, Draft and Notes, circa 1888-1959
3
32
Miscellaneous Drafts, Fragments, Notes, and Research Materials, 1925-1951
3
33
How Grand Opera Came to Chicago, circa 1942
3
34
Masterpieces of Italian Art, 1939
3
35-36
1934 Art Masterpieces in A Century of Progress Fine Arts Exhibition at the Art Institute of Chicago, 1934
3
37
Robert Mantell's Romance, 1918-1920
3
38-41
The Significant Moderns and Their Pictures, circa 1888-1959
4
1-4
Venus Castina: Famous Female Impersonators, Celestial and Human, 1920s
4
5-8
Columns
Art Digest Columns, 1950-1953
4
9
[ Chicago Daily News?] Columns, circa 1888-1959
4
10
Chicago Herald American, "The Easter Story", 1950
4
11
Creative Writings
Novelettes, 1920-1921
4
12
Play, Synopsis of "The Realistic Painter", circa 1888-1959
4
13
Play, Untitled, circa 1888-1959
4
14
Poems, 1920-1945
4
15
Short Stories, 1917-1930
4
16-17
Fragments (unidentified), circa 1888-1959
4
18
Lecture Texts and Notes
Claremont College Lectures and Student Lists, 1950
4
19
Union League of Chicago, "Art Whether and Whither," Panel Discussion, 1952
4
20
A-Z (by title), circa 1888-1959
4
21
Untitled, circa 1888-1959
4
22
Fragments, circa 1888-1959
4
23
Miscellaneous
Biographical Entries, Photo Captions, Summary Information about Paintings, circa 1888-1959
4
24
Journal Entries (trip to Pomona, Calif. June 26-June 30), circa 1939-1944
4
25
Miscellaneous Notes, circa 1888-1959
4
26
Fragments, circa 1888-1959
4
27
Reviews
Art Reviews, circa 1888-1959
4
28
Book Reviews, 1948-1951
4
29
Music Reviews, 1948
4
30
Theater Reviews, 1948
4
31
3.2: Writings by Others
Description Container
Dickie, Francis, "Mad, Bad, Sad, Happy Montparnasse!", circa 1888-1959
(with 7 illustrations)
4
32
Duncan, J. Dean, "The Chicago Evening Post", circa 1888-1959
4
33
Grattan, C. Hartley, Untitled Article about Norman Lindsay, circa 1888-1959
4
34
Treanor, Lucille, "A Triolet of No Consequence", circa 1888-1959
4
35

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