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Charles Cajori papers, 1940-2015

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Series 1: Correspondence , 1942-2011
(Boxes 1-2; (1.1 linear feet)

This series includes letters to Charles Cajori from artist friends, family, art historians, and others. Correspondents discuss the art scene, ongoing projects, and activities; among the correspondents are: Pat Adams, Leland Bell, Bernard Chaet, Cooper Union, Richard Diebenkorn, Cleve Gray, Lawrence Fane, Louis Finkelstein, Barbara Grossman, Karl Kasten, Mercedes Matter, Philip Pearlstein, Anne Poor, Paul Resika, Irving Sandler, Sidney Simon, Norman Turner, and the University of California at Berkeley. Interspersed among the correspondence are letters from museums, galleries, and academic institutions relating to the scheduling of exhibitions, acquisitions, sales of Cajori's work, and faculty appointments, including American University, Watkins Gallery; Bertha Schaffer Gallery; Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center; Gallery Association of New York; Museum of Modern Art; University of Washington, Henry Gallery; University of Texas at Austin; and the Whitney Museum of Art.
Correspondence consists of letters, e-mails, invitations, telegrams, greeting cards, postcards. Many of the letters include enclosures, such as informational sheets; exhibition itineraries; loan receipts and agreements; price lists; miscellaneous receipts; and printed material, such as clippings and reproductions.
Correspondence is arranged in chronological order.
Description Container Select
Correspondence, undated
1
1
Correspondence, 1942-1949
1
2
Correspondence, 1950-1955
1
3
Correspondence, 1956-1959
1
4
Correspondence, 1960
1
5
Correspondence, 1961-1962
1
6
Correspondence, 1963
1
7
Correspondence, 1964
1
8
Correspondence, 1965
1
9
Correspondence, 1966
1
10
Correspondence, 1967
1
11
Correspondence, 1968-1969
1
12
Correspondence, 1970
1
13
Correspondence, 1971-1972
1
14
Correspondence, 1974-1975
1
15
Correspondence, 1976
1
16
Correspondence, 1977
1
17
Correspondence, 1978-1979
1
18
Correspondence, 1980-1981
1
19
Correspondence, 1982,1985
1
20
Correspondence, 1989
1
21
Correspondence, 1990
1
22
Correspondence, 1991-1992
1
23
Correspondence, 1993
1
24
Correspondence, 1994-1996
1
25
Correspondence, 1997-1999
1
26
Correspondence, 2000
1
27
Correspondence, 2001
1
28
Correspondence, 2002
1
29
Correspondence, 2003-2004
1
30
Correspondence, 2005
1
31
Correspondence, 2006-2007
1
32
Correspondence, 2008-2009
2
1
Correspondence, 2010-2011
2
2
Unidentified Correspondents, Surnames Omitted, undated
2
3
Correspondence, Fragments, undated
2
4
Loose Envelopes, 1998, 1990
2
5

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