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Marguerite Wildenhain papers, 1930-1982

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Series 3: Writings , circa 1940-1980
(Box 1-2; 1.0 linear foot)

Writings includes notes and lists of museum exhibition and lecture sites, collectors, and students. Also found are essays and lectures by Wildenhain as well as typescripts for her books Pottery: Form and Expression, The Invisible Core, and ...That We Look and See: An Admirer Looks at the Indian. There are also two short essays by others about Marguerite and Frans Wildenhain.
Description Container
Miscellaneous Lists, undated, 1952-1980
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33
Miscellaneous Notes, undated
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34
"Development of the Pond Farm Pottery and School,", undated
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35
"Pond Farm Pottery in Guerneville, California,", undated
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"Introduction to Movie on Pond Farm,", undated
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37
Lecture, "Design and its Relation to Techniques,", undated
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38
"First Report of the Educational Committee of the Designer-Craftmen of California on Education in the Arts and Crafts,", undated
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39
Lecture, "The Pursuit of Excellence in Art Education,", undated
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40
"Elements of Design,", undated
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41
"?For it is a Continuous Process,", undated
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42
"To Leonora,", undated
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43
Lecture, "Philosophy of a Potter,", undated
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"Pottery,", undated
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45
"Thoughts on Pricing and Selling Pottery,", undated
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46
Lecture, "History of Pottery-Making,", 1940
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[A School of Art Teaching Ceramics], 1940
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48
"Pottery as a Craft in the Machine Age,", 1947
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49
[To Learn a Craft], 1949
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50
Lecture, "Ceramic Design or the Relation of Craftsman to Industry,", 1950
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Lecture, "Craft and Industry,", 1950
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52
"Pottery as a Creative Craft,", 1950
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53
Lecture, "Hand Made Pottery in the Machine Age,", 1951
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54
Lecture, "The Potter in the New World,", 1952
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55
Lecture, "Open Letter to Bernhard Leach,", 1953
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Lecture, "what Makes a Potter Good,", 1953
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57
"Color in Ceramics,", 1954
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Lecture, "Form and Technique,", 1955
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Lecture, [Interaction between Client and Craftsman], 1956
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"Design and its Relation to Techniques,", 1957
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Lecture, "Socio-economic Outlook for the Craftsman Today,", 1957
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Lecture, "Art Education in Our Time,", 1958
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Lecture, "External Pressures on Creativity,", 1958
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Lecture, "Nature as a Source of Inspiration,", 1960
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"Production and Integrity,", 1960
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Lecture, "Shaping the Clay,", 1962
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Lecture: "Vision in Art,", 1963
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68
"Creative Freedom and Integrity,", 1965
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69
Drafts of Book Pottery: Form and Expression, 1957
(7 folders)
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70-76
Drafts of Book The Invisible Core, 1965-1972
(3 folders)
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77-79
Drafts of Book The Invisible Core, 1965-1972
(8 folders)
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1-8
Drafts of Book ?That We Look and See: An Admirer Looks at the Indian, 1975-1979
(4 folders)
2
9-12
Writings by Others regarding Marguerite and Frans Wildenhain, undated
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13

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