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4.5: Wrtitings and Lists , 1934-1945

Found are lists concerning artwork, art patrons, artists, and purchases; transcripts of radio talks by Forbes Watson, Edward Bruce, Mrs. Henry Morgenthau and Mrs. Esther Van Wagoner Tufty; typescripts of writings, lectures, and talks, the majority of which do not have specified authors and are undated; and miscellaneous notes.
Description Container Select
Lists
Mural Painters and Locations, undated
5
49
Lecture Slides, undated
(3 folders)
5
50-52
Works of Art, undated
5
53
Sponsors, undated
5
54
Artists, undated
5
55
Artists' Addresses, 1938, undated
5
56
Artists and Works, 1941
5
57
Works of Art, 1942
(Works purchased by the Office of Emergency Management)
5
58
Publications Concerning Art, 1942
5
59
Notes Concerning Artists War Program in New England, 1943
5
60
Radio Talk, Draft, undated
5
61
Typescripts of Radio Talks and Interviews
Forbes Watson and Edward Bruce, 1934
5
62
Forbes Watson by Mrs. Richard Casey of Australia, 1942
5
63
Forbes Watson by Charles Coiner, 1942
(From Home of the Brave Radio Program)
5
64
Mrs Henry Morgenthau and Mrs. Esther Van Wagoner Tufty, 1942
5
65
Lecture Manuscript, undated
5
66
"An American Experiment in Art,", undated
5
67
"American Mural Painting,", undated
5
68
"The Army Artist Unit" and "Art in the U.S.A.,", undated
5
69
"Art in Federal Buildings,", undated
5
70-71
"Art in the Democracy" and "Art in the Storms,", undated
5
72
"Art in War Time" and "Art is a Weapon,", undated
5
73
"The Artist and His People" and "The Artists' War Message,", undated
5
74
"Art Projects of the U.S. Treasury Department,", undated
5
75
"Bridge the Gap,", undated
(for the Colonial Dames)
5
76
"Dignity of Wages," "Educational and Wealth-Producing Advantages of Art in Federal Buildings," and "The Fate of Unheralded Acts,", undated
5
77
"Federal Encouagement and Private Support of Art,", undated
5
78
"Federalizing the American Artist,", undated
5
79
"Five Months of Federal Act,", undated
5
80
"Glycerine Tears," "Government and Art in the United States," and "Edward Laning Drawings,", undated
5
81
Talks, undated
(In Nashville and for National Women's Democratic Club Talk)
5
82
"The National World War Institute," Painting a People's War," "Paintings from the United States," "Paying the Artists' Bills,", undated
5
83
"The People and Their Art,", undated
5
84
"Procurement Architecture,", undated
(3 folders)
(Includes Photographs)
5
85-87
"The Public Works of Art Project: A New Deal for the Artists,", undated
5
88
"The Section of Fine Arts," and "Sergeant Glen Rounds,", undated
5
89
"A Survey Guide Containing Suggestions for a Survey to be Made by Every Branch of the A.W.U.W. for the Purpose of Bringing the Artist and the Community into More Effective Relationship,", undated
5
90
"To Know the Art of Mural Painting in America Everybody Finds it Necessary to Visit the National Capitol," and "The treasury Department Art Projects,", undated
5
91
"Treasury Department Section of Fine Arts 1933-1938," "Uncle Sam the Art Collector," and "The Uses of Art,", undated
5
92
"Visiting Artists Praise Exhibition of Works by Section of Fine Arts," "War Art," and "Washington's New Art,", undated
5
93
"We Did Not Need a Bombing," and Woodstock Talk, undated
5
94
"This About America,", 1934
5
95
"Easel Paintings Supplement Treasury Department Mural Projects,", 1936
5
96
Talks, 1936-1938
(At Howard University and Worcester Museum of Art)
5
97
"Art in Federal Buildings,", 1938
(Talk Delivered at the White House)
5
98
"This Art Belongs to You,", 1938
(2 folders)
5
99-100
Lecture at American Association of University Women, 1939
5
101
"Painting and Sculpture Designed for Federal Buildings,", 1939
(Introduction for Exhibition Catalog)
5
102
"Edward Bruce,", 1940
5
103
Lecture at National Mural Painters Society, 1940
5
104
Phillips Gallery Talk, 1940
5
105
American Institute of Decorators Talk, 1941
5
106
John Herron Institute Talk, 1941
5
107
"Catalogue,", 1942
5
108
"Art in War,", 1942
5
109
"Introduction: Wartime Painting," and "Foreward,", 1944
5
110
"The Function of a War Museum,", 1944-1945
(Richmond Lecture to the Tuckahoe Women's Club)
5
111
"Public Works Art Project," "The Section of Fine Arts," "A Short Account of the Background of the Procurement Division," and "Artists!...Please Note,", undated
(2 folders)
(by Edward Bruce)
5
112-113
"Six Month Study of Art in the United States,", 1940
(by Charlotte R. Partridge)
5
114
Writings on the History of the Section of the Fine Arts, undated
6
1
Notes and Writings, 1936-1943, undated
(2 folders)
6
2-3

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