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

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4.4: Writings by Others , 1932-1957

This subseries contains typsecripts of writings by others, many of which were produced as part of the WPA FAP. Material is arranged chronologically with undated material placed first.
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Artists Union by Unidentified Author, undated
5291
1227-1229
Dr. Samuel Butler by Unidentified Author, undated
5291
1230-1231
To Paint and Stain Glass and Porcelain by Unidentified Author, undated
5291
1232-1234
Memorandum on a Post-War Reorganization of the Section of Fine Arts and Other Federal Projects by George Biddle, undated
5291
1235-1244
Early Cowboy Art by E. J. Bird, undated
5291
1245-1248
American Artists' Congress by Stuart Davis, undated
5291
1261-1264
Jose Delores Lopez [by Meredith Hare], undated
5291
1265-1271
An Architect's Point of View by William Lescaze, undated
5291
1272-1274
Art Comes to the People by Eugene Ludins, undated
5291
1275-1284
The Artists' Union by Stevens Maxey, undated
5291
1285-1287
America As Americans See It by Henry McBride, undated
5291
1288-1289
The Development of American Mural Painting by Geoffrey Norman, undated
5291
1290-1298
Easel Painting by Harley Perkins, undated
5291
1299-1301
Art and Social Therapy by Frances Pollak, undated
5291
1302-1306
A New Attitude on Art by Walter Quirt, undated
5291
1307-1310
Some American Primitives by Elsa Rogo, undated
5291
1311-1320
An Introduction to the Living World of Art by Lincoln Rothschild, undated
5291
1321-1323
The Revival of Mosaic by Arthur W. Sears, undated
5291
1324-1330
The Third Dimension Progresses: The Diorama Project by George T. Senseney, undated
(includes photo of Senseney)
5291
1331-1342
The Art of the Poster by George Melville Smith, undated
5291
1343-1345
Description of Sommer's Working Methods by William Sommer, undated
5291
1346-1348
Pottery Methods by Walter Speck, undated
5291
1349-1354
[ Widening of the Sculptor's Field] by Emmanuel Viviano, undated
5291
1355-1359
Poems by Max Weber, undated
5291
1360-1365
Editors' Information from [ America As America Sees It] by Henry McBride, 1932
5291
1391-1394
Zoar by Nixon of the Society of Separatists of Zoar, 1933
5291
1366-1383
Simonson Article by [John Cotton Dana, 1935]
5291
1384-1390
Ancient and Renaissant Rome by Morgan Russell, 1935
5291
1395-1404
Artists' Coordination Committee by Frederic Knight, [1936]
5291
1405-1412
Index of American Design by Ruth Reeves, 1936
5291
1413-1416
Art and the State v. America by Lewis Mumford, 1936
5291
1417-1425
[ Art Classes for Young People] by Samuel Friedman, 1936
5291
1426-1430
[ Sunday Night Forums] by Dorothy Paris, [1936]
5291
1431-1440
Derivation and History of Weathervanes by Richard Farmer Smith, [1937]
5291
1441-1443
Tobacconists Figures, Research Notes Compiled by WPA Program, 1937
5291
1444-1475
WPA Art Project Murals by Sheldon Cheney, 1938
5291
1249-1257
A Long Term Program for the National Handicraft Association, Based on Reports Collected During the Summer of 1938 by Humphrey J. Emery, 1938
5291
1476-1486
The WPA Federal Art Project, Its Contribution to the American People by Fanny Bowles Vanderkooi, 1940
5291
1487-1492
Urban Recreational Planning by Caroline C. Williams, [1941]
5291
1493-1515
Those Who Support the Art Center by H. A. Zurbrick, 1941
5292
0004-0006
[ John Cotton Dana] by M.D.C. Crawford, circa 1944
5291
1258-1260
[Review of Cahill's Book Look South to the Polar Star] by Unidentified Author, 1947
5292
0007-0010
An American Renaissance and "The Pauper's Oath" by Helen C. Farrell, 1957
5292
0011-0078

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