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Elizabeth McCausland papers, 1838-1995, bulk 1920-1960

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Series 8: Subject Files , 1927-1954
1 Linear foot
Boxes 25-26

Series consists of files of clippings (including some clippings of McCausland's articles for The Springfield Republican), scattered notes and correspondence, photographs, and other printed material organized according to subject. Some files may have been collected as reference files. Others may relate to further research activities and interests of McCausland or possibly even to some unidentified research projects. Some files (mostly clippings of McCausland's articles on different artists and art topices) were loosely grouped together under the heading "Art and Social History" although it is unclear why or what this means.
Subject files are arranged in alphabetical order.
The bulk of this series has been scanned.
Description Container Select
American Artists Group, 1935-1937
25
45
The Architects, Painters, and Sculptors Collaborative, 1937
25
46
Architecture, 1940-1950
25
47
Art and Government, circa 1927-1954
25
48
"Art and Social History"
American Roots, 1930-1937, 1950-1952
25
49
Art in Wartime, 1941
25
50
Art in Wartime/Art Under F.D.R., 1945
25
51
Art in Wartime/Art Under F.D.R., 1945
25
52
Clippings, 1937-1946
25
53
Clippings, 1937-1946
25
54
Clippings, 1937-1946
25
55
Miscellaneous Printed Material, 1950-1951
26
1
Negro Art, 1935
26
2
Noguchi, Isamu, 1936
26
3
O'Keeffe, Georgia, 1934-1937
26
4
Siqueiros, David Alfara, 1936
26
5
Social Content, 1933, 1936
26
6
Soutine, 1936
26
7
Steichen, Edward, 1936
26
8
Stein, Gertrude, re: Modern Art, 1933-1935
26
9
World War II and Art, [1942]
26
10
Art in Architecture
Murals, circa 1927-1954
26
11
Sculpture, circa 1927-1954
26
12
"Art in War", 1941
26
13
Art as Propaganda, 1940-1941
26
14
Associated American Artists, 1936
26
15
Brainard, George, 1937
26
16
Censorship, 1934-1937
26
17
Collections, 1937
26
18
Conference on Cultural Freedom and Civil Liberties, 1947
26
19
Contemporary American Art, World's Fair, 1940
26
20
Dance, 1933-1938
26
21
Dance, 1933-1938
26
22
Degas, Edgar, circa 1927-1954
26
23
Design Laboratory, 1936
26
24
Federal Art Project
History, 1935-1937
26
25
Reports, 1936-1939
26
26
Federal Art Project, 1939-1940
26
27
Federal Arts Bill, 1938
26
28
Film, 1938
26
29
Film, Documentary, 1938-1940
26
30
Film, Documentary, 1938-1940
26
31
Film, Documentary, 1938-1940
26
32
Homer, Winslow, 1937
26
33
Industrial Design, circa 1927-1954
26
34
MacLeish, Archibald, 1943-1944
26
35
Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1946
26
36
Miscellaneous, 1935-1942
26
37
Mount, William Sidney, 1945
26
38
Museum of Modern Art, 1938-1939
26
39
National War Poster Competition, circa 1927-1954
26
40
National Wartime Conference, 1943
26
41
National Wartime Conference, 1943
26
42
New Bedford Strike, 1928
26
43
New York World's Fair (1939), 1936-1938
26
44
Notes, 1936-1937, 1944
26
45
The Nude in Art, 1922
26
46
"Outdoor Billboard Posters from South and Central America" Exhibition, 1941
26
47
Photography, 1936-1952
26
48
Picasso, Pablo, 1934-1937
26
49
Post-War Planning, 1944
26
50
Sacco and Vanzetti, 1927-1930
26
51
Sacco and Vanzetti, 1927-1930
26
52
Sacco and Vanzetti, 1927-1930
26
53
Slides, 1954
26
54
Soviet Union, 1939, 1944-1945
26
55
Spain, 1934, [1937]
26
56
The Springfield Republican Lockout, 1935
26
57
Stieglitz, Alfred, undated
26
58
Treasury Department, Section of Fine Arts, 1938
26
59
Works Progress Administration, 1936-1938
26
60

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