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4.2: Lectures and Talks , 1934-1982
1.7 Linear feet
Boxes 8-9

Documents the frequent lectures and gallery talks given by Richardson to museums, galleries, community centers, historical societies and committees, and universities. Many files also include administrative correspondence regarding compensation, schedules, and travel, as well as handwritten notes and outlines of individual lectures. A number of lectures were for the Detroit Art Market and Youth Art Month during the period Richardson was Education Secretary at the Detroit Institute of Arts.
Arranged alphabetically by lecture location.
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Allentown Art Museum, Members' Lecture Series, 1968
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1
American Philosophical Society, The Muses and the Museum, 1971
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2
Ann Arbor, Subjective and Objective in American Painting, 1948
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3
Arkansas Arts Center, What did George Washington Look Like?, 1970-1971
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4
Art Gallery of Hamilton, "American Realists" Exhibition Talk, 1961
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5
Atkins Museum of Fine Arts, George C. Bingham A Hundred Years After, 1961
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6
Baltimore Museum of Art, The Flowering of a New Society, 1961
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7
Blair County Historical Society Annual Meeting, 1968-1969
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8
Brandeis University, The Sense of Time in 19th Century American Romanticism, 1961
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9
Chicago Symposium, Pioneers of a New Consciousness, 1945
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10
Cincinnati, Travellers in Arcadia, 1963
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11
City Art Museum of St. Louis, 1969
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12
Clearfield County Historical Society, 1969
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13
College Art Association, Amateur and Professional in American Painting, 1952
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14
College Art Association, Attraction of Dogma, Painting and Literature in the 20th Century, 1950
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15
College Art Association, Collecting in America, 1961
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16
Colonial Williamsburg Foundation Antiques Forum, 1966-1967
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17
Colonial Williamsburg Foundation Antiques Forum, Session Two, 1974-1975
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18
Columbus Gallery of Fine Arts, American Romantic Painting, 1967
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19
Corcoran, The Artist in American History, 1950
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20
Delaware Art Museum, 1975
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21
Detroit Art Market, 1938-1940
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22
Detroit Art Market, Masterpieces of Art, 1941
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23
Detroit Art Market, Standards of Art Criticism, 1940-1941
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24
Detroit Art Market, Standards of Art Criticism Second Series, 1941-1942
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25
Detroit Art Market, The Theory of Art Criticism, 1941
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26
Detroit Institute of Arts, 1969
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27
Detroit Society of Arts and Crafts Building Dedication, 1958
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28
Franklin Inn, Works of Art, Too, Have Careers and Adventures, 1979
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29
Friends of Independence National Park Art Symposium, 1974-1975
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30
Guatemala, Diego Rivera, 1981
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31
Henry Ford Museum, The American Spirit in Painting, 1953
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32
Historical Society of Pennsylvania, 1968
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33
Indianapolis, American Romantic Painting, 1944
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34
London, Ontario, Dutch Paintings in the Age of Rembrandt and Frans Hals, 1954
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35
Metropolitan Museum of Art Lecture Series, 1966-1967
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36
Mount Vernon Ladies' Association of the Union, 1967-1968
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37
National Collection of Fine Arts Symposium, The Opportunities and Needs for Research in American Art, 1968
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38
The National Gallery of Canada, The Southern Neighbor, 1966-1967
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39
Northampton, American Romantic Landscape, 1950
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40
Notes and Outlines, 1934-1975
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41-45
Notes and Outlines, An Analysis of Modern Taste, 1937
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1
Notes and Outlines, Art in the Modern World, 1936
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2
Notes and Outlines, Baroque, Century of Genius, 1943-1949
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3
Notes and Outlines, Copley and the Rise of American Spirit, circa 1940-1960
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4
Notes and Outlines, The Dream of Antiquity, 1961
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5
Notes and Outlines, George Caleb Bingham and the Frontier Experience, 1967
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Notes and Outlines, Leonardo da Vinci as Artist, 1952
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Notes and Outlines, Problems of Contemporary Art, 1942
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Notes and Outlines, Realism in American Painting, 1961
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Notes and Outlines, Scholarship in Museums, circa 1930-1982
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10
Notes and Outlines, What is Painting?, 1957-1958
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11
The Numismatic and Antiquarian Society of Philadelphia Annual Meeting, 1969
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12
Oakland Museum, 1969
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13
Parke-Bernet Galleries, The Eclectic Collector Series, What Did Washington Look Like, 1966-1967
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14
Penn State University, Philadelphia, Artistic Capital of the Nation, 1955
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15
Pennsbury Manor, Philadelphia Landscape Painting, 1966
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16
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Consultants' Remarks, 1972
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17
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Gilbert Stuart Exhibition Talk, 1967
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18
Philadelphia Museum of Art, 1966-1967
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19
Philadelphia Sunday Breakfast Club, "Art and Money, An Irrelevant Connection", 1973-1974
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20
Princeton, An Endowed Professorship in American Art, circa 1930-1982
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21
Santa Barbara, Can History and Art be Combined?, 1954
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22
Smithsonian Institution Conference on Museums and Education, The Museum and Education, 1966
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23
Syracuse University, 1974-1975
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24
Talk on George Washington, Given to a Small Private Audience, circa 1930-1982
Includes 1 sound tape reel
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25
University Center in Virginia, Visiting Scholars Program, 1965-1967
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26
University of Delaware, "American Painting 1857-1869" Exhibition Talk, 1962
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27
University of Rochester, Memorial Art Gallery, 1969
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28
Virginia, Still Life: The Poetry of Objects, 1966
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29
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Treasures of American Museums, 1959-1961
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30
The Voice of America Forum Lectures, The Dual Heritage: Old World and New, circa 1930-1982
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31
Walters Art Gallery, The European World around 1400, 1962
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32
Washington, Winslow Homer's Contemporaries, 1958
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33
Washington University, Research Opportunities in American Cultural History: Art History, 1959
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34
Wayne University Scholarship Honor Society, The Difference Between Training and Education, 1942
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35
Wilmington Society of Colonial Wars, What did Washington Look Like, 1980-1981
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36
Wilmington Society of the Fine Arts, 1968
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37
Winterthur Museum Lecture Series, 1966-1967
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Youth Art Month, 1937
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Youth Art Month, Art as an Interpretation of Modern Life, 1934-1935
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40
Youth Art Month, Development of Modern Art, circa 1930-1950
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41
Youth Art Month, Museum Taste and its Sources, 1935-1936
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42
Youth Art Month, Quality of Imagination in Art, 1936-1938
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43

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