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Subseries 4.1 | A Finding Aid to the Holger Cahill papers, 1910-1993, bulk 1910-1960 | Digitized Collection

Holger Cahill papers, 1910-1993, bulk 1910-1960

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4.1: Lectures and Speeches by Cahill, 1930-1945

This subseries contains typescripts of lectures and speeches by Cahill, many with hand-written notes and copies of drafts. Parts of some typescripts are missing. Material is arranged chronologically with undated material placed first.
DescriptionContainer
[
Ernest Peixotto
], undated
(lecture notes)
5290
1020-1022
WPA Lecture, Chicago, undated
(lecture notes)
5290
1023-1025
[
American Folk Art
], Phillips Memorial Gallery, undated
5290
1026-1066
[
History of Support of American Art
], undated
5290
1067-1085
[
Government Support of Art
], Radio Talk, undated
5290
1086-1094
Independents
, Society of Independent Artists, undated
5290
1095-1110
[
Development of Visual Training Aids
], U.S. Navy Training Aids Development Center, undated
5290
1111-1124
[
Crafts as Art
], New Hampshire Talk, undated
5290
1125-1144
American Folk Art
, Radio Talk, [November 1930]
5290
1145-1154
American Folk Sculpture
, Newark Museum, 1931
5290
1155-1168
New Horizons
, Chicago, [1936]
5290
1169-1197
[
Women's Role in Art
], Women's Democratic Club, May 24, 1936
5290
1198-1209
Speech for Southern Women's National Democratic Organization, New York, December 1936
1105
0319-0329
[
Old and New Paths in American Design
], Newark Museum, November 6, 1936
5290
1210-1250
Art for the Few or the Many?
, American Association of University Women, November 15, 1936
5290
1252-1271
Untitled, FAP, 1937
1105
0330-0332
[
Index of American Design
], St. Louis, Missouri, January 31, 1937
5290
1272-1286
[
WPA-FAP
], Metropolitan Museum of Art, March 28, 1937
5290
1287-1332
[
Aims and Achievements of the WPA-FAP
], American Artists Congress, December 18, 1937
5290
1333-1355
Child Art
, April [1938]
5290
1356-1362
Goodyear Dinner speech, 1939
5290
1363-1371
New Jersey Art at the World's Fair
, Newark Museum Radio Talk, February 11, 1939
5290
1372-1378
Dedication of Murals for WNYC Radio Studios, August 2, 1939
(lecture notes)
5290
1379-1381
Untitled, FAP, circa 1940
(1 of 2)
1105
0293-0302
Untitled, FAP, circa 1940
(2 of 2)
1105
0305-0318
Project Control Talk, circa 1940
1105
0303-0304
What Is Tradition?
, Artists' Congress, 1940
5290
1382-1402
North Carolina Speech, April 1, 1940
5290
1403-1441
Untitled, FAP, 1941
1105
0333-0346
[
Contemporary American Art and Its Antecedents
], Cosmopolitan Club, [1941]
5290
1442-1489
[
Support for Artists vs. Museums
], American Federation of Arts, [1941]
5290
1490-1493
[
American Art History
], American Institute of Decorators, 1941
5290
1494-1541
Art in the National Defense
, Radio Talk, January 27, 1941
5290
1542-1545
The Face of America
, Cosmopolitan Club, February 10, 1941
5290
1546-1549
The Face of America
, Cosmopolitan Club, cont., February 10, 1941
5291
0005-0041
[
Role of Art in the Community
], People's Art Center Association, May 5, 1941
5291
0042-0078
Art in Wartime
, December 3, 1941
5291
0079-0081
[
Use of Art in War
], Dartmouth College, January 15, 1942
5291
0082-0098
[
American Attraction to Art of the Far East
], 1944
5291
0099-0106
[
U. S. Government Art Projects
, 1945]
5291
0107-0130

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