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Charles Green Shaw papers, 1833-1979, bulk 1909-1974

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Series 7: Printed Material , 1686-1979
(Boxes 34-41, 46; 7.6 linear ft.)

Printed material by Shaw consists of articles, books written or illustrated by him, plays, and poems. Items by other authors are books, exhibition catalogs, plays, periodicals, and poems. Among the miscellaneous printed material are auction and book catalogs, clippings, and ephemera. Also included are a wide assortment of menus, along with theatrical memorabilia, travel brochures and printed souvenirs collected by Shaw.
Additional printed material can be found in Series 6: Scrapbooks.
This series is organized into 3 subseries. Material is arranged alphabetically by subject and chronologically within folders.
  • 7.1: Printed Material By Shaw, 1917-1972
  • 7.2: Printed Material By Other Authors, 1895-1979
  • 7.3: Miscellaneous Printed Material, 1686-1969
7.1: Printed Material By Shaw, 1917-1972
Description Container
Articles
The Chronicle (Charles G. Shaw, Associate Editor; includes signed and unsigned articles by Shaw), 1917
34
12
Miscellaneous Articles, 1928-1953, undated
34
13-14
Books by and/or Illustrated by Shaw
The Blue Guess Book: A Young Riddle Book in Pictures by Charles G. Shaw, circa 1942
34
15
Dark Is Dark by John G. McCullough, pictures by Charles G. Shaw; The Giant of Central Park by Charles G. Shaw, 1947, 1940
34
16
Heart in a Hurricane by Charles G. Shaw, illustrated by Ralph Barton, 1927
34
17
It Looked Like Spilt Milk by Charles G. Shaw; Joy Parade by Charles G. Shaw, 1947, undated
(see reel 75: 846-862)
35
1
Pitter Patter by Dorothy W. Baruch with illustrations by Charles G. Shaw; This Is the Milk That Jack Drank adapted from Mother Goose by William R. Scott with paintings by Charles G. Shaw (dust jacket only), 1943, undated
35
2
Clippings
Letters to the Editor, undated
35
3
Newspaper Columns ("How Well Do You Know New York?"), 1939, undated
35
4
Plays
"The Bus" in Experimental Theater One Anthology, 1959
35
5
Galley Sheets ("The Bus" and "Told By Moonlight"), undated
35
6
Poems
(see also Series 6: Scrapbooks)
Anthologies with Poems by Shaw, 1957-1972, undated
35
7-10
Galley Sheets and Clippings, 1955-1971, undated
35
11
Poetry Collections by Shaw
Into the Light, 1959
35
12
Into the Now, 1969
35
13
Time Has No Edge, 1966
35
14
Toward Tomorrow , 1971
35
15
Poetry Collections with Poems by Shaw, 1958-1968
35
16
Poetry Magazines with Poems by Shaw, 1948-1960
35
17-21
Poetry Magazines with Poems by Shaw, 1961-1966
36
1-15
Poetry Magazines with Poems by Shaw, 1966-1970
37
1-16
Poetry Magazines with Poems by Shaw, 1970-1972, undated
38
1-8
7.2: Printed Material By Other Authors, 1895-1979
Description Container
About/Mentioning Shaw, or containing Reproductions
Biographical Information, 1914-1974, undated
38
9
Book Catalogs and Order Forms, 1943, 1966, undated
38
10
Book, American Abstract Artists by Ruth Gurin, 1936-1966
38
11
Catalogs of Collections Containing Artwork by Shaw, 1957-1959, undated
38
12
Clippings, 1927-1962, undated
38
13
Exhibition Information re: Shaw Collection of Tinsel Prints at Addison Gallery, 1947
38
14
Gallery Advertisements, 1946, 1951, undated
38
15
Reviews of Books, 1928-1966, undated
38
16
Reviews of Exhibitions, 1937-1972, undated
38
17-19
Review of Play, 1920
38
20
Theater Program, undated
38
21
Books
Artists Equity Association and the Woodstock Artists Association. The Artist and the Museum, 1950
38
22
Cooper, Douglas. Paul Klee; Daniell, A. E. London Riverside Churches, 1953, 1897
38
23
Forge, Andrew. Klee (Second Volume); Gallatin, A. E. Of Art: Plato to Picasso, 1954, 1944
38
24
Graham, John D. System and Dialectics of Art (with letter, lengthy inscription, and corrections), 1937
38
25
Haskin, Frederic J. Everybody's Coin Book; Hauf and Billy. Paris vieux et neuf, 1939, undated
38
26
Jones, Sydney R. Les habitations villageoisse en angleterre, 1912
39
1
Kassák, Ludwig and László Maholy Nagy. Buch Neuer Künstler, 1922
39
2
Muller, Joseph-Emile. Klee Magic Squares; Richards, H. S. Horse Brasses (Figure Subjects), 1957, undated
39
3
Exhibition Catalogs, Invitations, and Announcements
Charles G. Shaw, 1935-1979, undated
39
4-10
Charles G. Shaw, 1945-1966, undated
(see also reel 75: frames 817-845)
39
11
Other Artists, 1930-1969, undated
39
12-20
Periodicals (see also: 7.1 - Poetry Magazines)
Periodicals, A ( Abstraction creation art non figurative; ARTnews; Axis), 1935-1936, 1972
39
21
Periodicals, C ( Cahiers d'art; Connoisseur; Critique), 1933, 1944, 1946
39
22
Periodicals, F ( Flair; Formes; France Illustration), 1930-1931, 1946-1950
(see also: Box 46)
40
1
Periodicals, G-H ( Gallery Guide; Havana), 1929, 1966
40
2
Periodicals, M-N ( Magazine Antiques; Magazine of Art; Main Currents in Modern Thought; Manuscript Market; Messenger; M.K.R.'s Art Outlook; New York Art Calendar; News From Home), 1898, 1935-1966, undated
40
3-6
Periodicals, P ( Partisan Review; Plastique), 1937-1939
40
7
Periodicals, S-V ( Sketch; Trace; View), 1895, 1944, 1965
40
8
Play, Suter, William. "Quiet Family: An Original Farce" (with notes and clippings about various productions with Charles G. Shaw, Jr., father, in cast), 1870s
40
9
Poems
Mason, Jordan Mason. A Legionere (Charles G. Shaw a patron), undated
40
10
Poetry Magazines (no Shaw poems), 1955-1972
40
11-16
Periodicals, France Illustration, 1946
(see also Box 40)
46
7
7.3: Miscellaneous Printed Material, 1686-1969
Description Container
Auction Catalogs, 1934-1967, undated
40
17-20
Book Advertisements and Prospectuses, 1964, undated
40
21
Book Catalogs, 1930-1960, undated
41
1-3
Catalogs, Miscellaneous Merchandise, undated
41
4
Clippings, Art Subjects, 1938-1940, undated
41
5
Clippings, Miscellaneous Subjects, 1918-1938, undated
41
6
Club Rosters and Membership Lists, 1924-1948
41
7
Ephemera, 1686-1969, undated
(see also: Box 46)
41
8
Menus
France, 1929-1932, undated
(see also: Box 46)
41
9
London, 1920-1932, undated
(see also: Box 46)
41
10
New York, 1920-1931, undated
(see also: Box 46)
41
11
Shipboard, 1929, undated
41
12
Museum Publications, 1931-1965, undated
41
13-14
Programs
Concerts, undated
41
15
Miscellaneous Events, 1912-1959, undated
41
16
Theater, 1922-1948, undated
41
17-19
Reproductions
Charles G. Shaw, undated
41
20
Other Artists, 1800s-1900s
41
21-22
Theatrical Memorabilia (see also: Programs, Theater)
Broadsides, 1784-1838
41
23
Interior and Exterior Views of Theaters; Ticket, 1794-1830, undated
41
24
Travel Brochures and Printed Souvenirs
Boston, 1900
41
25
England, undated
41
26
France, 1930-1937, undated
41
27
Germany; New Orleans, undated
41
28
New York, undated
41
29
Vienna, undated
41
30
Ephemera, 1940
(see also Box 41)
46
8
Menus
France, 1930-1932
(see also Box 41)
46
9
London, 1930-1931, undated
(see also Box 41)
46
10
New York, 1930-1934
(see also Box 41)
46
11

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