Summary: Thirty-five letters (1975-1979), miscellaneous notes, 9 edited typescripts, clippings (1974-1976), and miscellaneous photographs, including one of Sylvia Wilkinson Murphy (1976-1977) concern the production of the MICHIGAN ART JOURNAL. Twelve copies of 4 issues of the MICHIGAN ART JOURNAL include annotations and are accompanied by the camera-ready art and photographs used in their production (1976-1977). Photographs of artists include Mark Di Suvero, Jim Pallas, and Ted Ramsay.
Begun 1976. Last issue Winter 1982. Published by Sylvia Murphy, as an outgrowth of the Michigan Artists' Registry. The quarterly was designed as a vehicle for artists to publish their work.
Donated 1983 by Sylvia Majewska.
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Michigan Art Journal records, 1974-1979. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
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