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Subseries 4.2 | 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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4.2: Lectures and Speeches by Others, 1916-1940

This subseries contains typescripts of lectures and speeches by others, often with notes and copies of drafts. The majority of the material relates to the WPA FAP. Records are arranged chronologically with undated material placed first.
DescriptionContainer
Pigmentation or Chemistry of Artists' Colors
by K. R. Leipold, undated
5291
0133-0140
History of Painting
by Henry H. McLellan, Jr., undated
5291
0141-0147
[
Launching of California Supervisors
] by Thomas C. Parker, undated
5291
0148-0157
An Edinburgh Address on Design and Industry
by Frank Pick, October 1916
5291
0158-0174
Museum Service to the Art Industries
by Richard F. Bach, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1927
5291
0175-0186
Exhibition of American Folk Art at the Albright Art Gallery
, Radio Talk by Nora Christensen, June 20, 1932
5291
0187-0198
Public Works of Art Project
by Edward Bruce, Advisory Committee to the Treasury on Fine Arts, January 17, 1934
5291
0199-0204
The New Day in Negro Art
by Harry H. Sutton, Jr., Bethune-Cookman College, Daytona Beach, Florida, January 17, 1937
5291
0205-0207
The Negro in the Field of Painting and Sculpture
by Harry H. Sutton, Jr., January 28, 1937
5291
0208-0212
Mellon's Art
by Maury Maverick, U. S. House of Representatives, March 1, 1937
5291
0213-0217
Community Art Centers
by Thomas C. Parker, May 4, 1937
5291
0218-0227
[
Federal Art Project
] by Thomas C. Parker, May 22, 1937
5291
0228-0257
Opportunities for the Negro in American Art
by Harry H. Sutton, Jr., Davis Street School, Jacksonville, November 2, 1937
5291
0258-0260
The Highlights in Negro Art
by Harry H. Sutton, Jr., Davis Street School, Jacksonville, February 9, 1938
5291
0261-0265
The Opportunities of the Negro in Art
by Harry H. Sutton, Jr., Davis Street School, Jacksonville, February 14, 1938
5291
0266-0269
Federal Sponsored Community Art Centers
by Thomas C. Parker, American Library Association, June 14, 1938
5291
0270-0291
What Is the American Way?
by Harry L. Hopkins, July 16, 1938
5291
0292-0306
[
Negro Art
] by Thomas C. Parker, Tuskegee Institute, July 29, 1938
5291
0307-0320
Extension Remarks on Addresses in Honor of American Artists Who Have Decorated Federal Buildings
by Elbert D. Thomas, U. S. Senate, April 25, 1940
5291
0321-0327
Speech Before the Second National Conference on Handicrafts, Penland, North Carolina
by Whitney Atchley, September 3, 1940
5291
0328-0336

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