Series 8:Photographs, 1898-1973
(Boxes 5-6, 8; 1.05 linear ft.; Reel 5899)
Images of Lozowick include a photograph of him as a young child, along with pictures of his father, wife Adele and son Lee, and a portrait thought to be of David Burliuk. Of particular interest is a photograph of Lozowick participating in a demonstration organized by the John Reed Club and Artists' Union, 1934.
Photographs of works of art consist of drawings, lithographs, paintings, machine ornaments, set designs, and a costume by Lozowick. Also included is work by various American, European, and Russian artists. Negatives (both acetate and glass) and lantern slides of works of art were most likely used to illustrate writings and lectures.
Miscellaneous subjects include Lozowick's studio, the Soviet Pavilion at the 1939 World's Fair in New York, and an unidentified Soviet exhibition installation.
A few photographs are among the illustrations of artists at work, in their studios, galleries, etc., filed with Series 6, Printed Material.
Lantern slides have not been scanned. Glass plate negatives and lantern slides are housed separately.
This series is organized into 4 subseries:
- 8.1: People
- 8.2: Works of Art
- 8.3: Miscellaneous Subjects
- 8.4: Negatives and Lantern Slides
|Louis Lozowick, 1898-1971, n.d.|
|Louis Lozowick and Family Members (father, wife Adele, son Lee), 1904-1945, n.d.|
|Louis Lozowick with Others, 1918-1966, n.d.|
|David Burliuk (?); Unidentified, 1920s, n.d.|
8.2:Works of Art, 1920s-1964
|Drawings, 1924-1948, n.d.|
|Lithographs, 1926-1964, n.d.|
|Paintings, 1926-1963, n.d.|
|Machine Ornaments, circa 1929|
|Set Designs for "Gas" by George Kaiser, Goodman Theatre, Chicago (drawing); Stage Set, 1926|
|Stage Set for Fashion Show; Costume Designed for Gilda Gray, Lord & Taylor Centennial, 1930|
|By Other Artists|
|American, European, and Asian Art (A-Z, and Unidentified), n.d.|
|Russian Art (A-Z, and Unidentified), 1920s-1940s|
8.3:Miscellaneous Subjects, 1932-1962
|Exhibition Installation, Soviet Union; Invitation to Opening of Lithograph Exhibition at Harry Isaacson Studio Fine Arts Gallery, 1932, 1962|
|Lozowick Studio, n.d.|
|Soviet Pavilion, World's Fair, 1939|
|Unidentified Landscape, n.d.|
8.4:Negatives and Lantern Slides, n.d. (Unfilmed)
|Acetate Negatives: American, European, and Russian Art; Jewish Interest, n.d.|
|Glass Plate Negatives: American, European, and Russian Art; Russian Architecture; Jewish Interest, n.d.|
|Lantern Slides: American, European, and Russian Art; Russian Architecture; Jewish Interest, n.d.|