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Milton Wolf Brown papers, 1908-1998

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4.3: Lectures , circa 1950-1991

This subseries contains lecture files maintained by Milton Brown, which may include draft versions of his lectures, slide lists, related correspondence, and event announcements and programs. Also found are memorial addresses for colleagues written by Brown. Researchers should note that Brown often gave different versions of the same lectures at various museums, symposiums, universities, and art organizations. Common topics of his lectures included the Armory Show, the "Emergence of the Machine Image in American Art," and "The Eight and the Ashcan School," and "Social Activism." Files are arranged alphabetically by lecture location.
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Memorial Addresses, circa 1973-1991
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"The Armory Show" (Multiple Versions), circa 1963-1988
(2 folders)
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"The Eight and the Ashcan School" (Multiple Versions), undated
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"The History of Photography as Art History,", 1969
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"The Emergence of the Machine Image" (Multiple Versions), undated
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"Social Activism,", circa 1982
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Albright-Knox Art Gallery, "Art As Activist: Jacob Lawrence and Social Realism,", 1985-1986
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American Historical Association, "The Little Renaissance,", 1952
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American Association of Appraisers, "The Armory Show,", 1988
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Archives of American Art, "The Emergence of the Machine Image in American Art,", 1977
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Brooklyn College, "Paradoxes,", undated
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35
Brooklyn Museum, "The Eight and the Ashcan School,", 1977-1978
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Brooklyn Museum, "First Wave of Modernism,", 1957
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Brooklyn Museum, "Lewis Hine,", 1977
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Brooklyn Museum, "20th Century Painting,", 1961-1962
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Burchfield Art Center, "Charles Burchfield and American Realism,", 1986
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College Art Association, "Early Collections of Modern Art in the U.S.,", 1950
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College Art Association, "Marxism in the USA,", circa late-1980s
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City University of New York, "The Emergence of the Machine Image in American Art in the Early 20th Century,", 1984-1985
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Cleveland Museum of Art, "The Emergence of the Machine Image in American Art,", 1983
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Corcoran Gallery of Art, "The Story of the Armory Show,", 1985
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Dallas Museum of Fine Arts, "Modernism in America: The First Wave,", 1981-1982
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Edinburgh International Festival, "The Modern Spirit,", 1977
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Grand Rapids Art Museum, "The Armory Show,", 1966
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Greenwich Library, "The Armory Show Revisited: The Role of Cos Cob,", 1979-1980
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Greystone, "Colonial Architecture,", undated
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Grinnell College, "The Question of Jewish Painting in 20th Century American Art,", 1977
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Henry Luce Foundation Symposium, Keynote Address, 1985-1986
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Hirshhorn Museum, "The Eight and The Ashcan School,", 1975
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Hirshhorn Museum, "Post Offices, Train Stations, and Public Places: Art of the 30s,", 1981-1982
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Institute of Fine Arts, "Art Nouveau,", 1965
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Institute of Fine Arts, Walter Cook Tribute, 1962
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IFA Student Club, "On Teaching,", undated
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IFA Student Club, "Vermeer,", undated
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International Communication Association, "Introduction to Painting in the United States,", 1980
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Jewish Museum, "The Emergence of the Jewish Artist in the U.S. in the 20th Century,", 1975
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Long Island University, "The Early Hartley: The Armory Show,", 1977
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Los Angeles County Museum of Art, "The Eight Group,", 1966
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Metropolitan Museum of Art, "Abbeys and Churches of England,", undated
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Metropolitan Museum of Art, "As They Once Were: MMA Paintings and Their Complements,", undated
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Metropolitan Museum of Art, "The Joseph H. Hirshhorn Collection: From the Depression to the End of World War II,", 1985
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Metropolitan Museum of Art, "Mexico,", 1958
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Metropolitan Museum of Art, "Paul Strand,", 1973
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Metropolitan Museum of Art, "West Pilgrimage Route,", 1956
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Morris Museum of Arts and Sciences, "The Eight and the Ashcan School,", 1979-1980
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Montclair Art Museum, Lecture on the Soyers, 1988
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Museum of Art, Fort Lauderdale, "The Eight and the Ashcan School,", 1979-1980
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National Gallery of Art, "The Armory show of 1913,", 1971
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National Gallery of Art, "Art and Social Activism in the Thirties,", 1989-1990
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National Gallery of Art, "Emergence of the Machine Image in American Art of the Early 20th Century,", 1989
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North Carolina Museum of Art, "Social Activism in the Art of the 1930s,", 1985-1987
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North Shore Community Arts Center, "The Joseph H. Hirshhorn Collection: From the Depression to the End of World War II,", 1973
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Oklahoma Art Center, "Charles Burchfield and American Realism,", 1984
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Provincetown Playhouse, "The Armory Show,", 1986-1987
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Ringling Museum of Art, "Contemporary American Art,", 1956
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Rhode Island School of Design, "Dynamic Symmetry,", 1961
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Rutgers University and Whitney Museum, "From Sloan to Hopper: Positivism into Alienation,", 1979-1982
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Southern Illinois University, "The Influence of the Armory Show on the Art of the Twenties,", 1969
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Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, "Social Activism in American Art of the 1930s,", 1989-1990
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University of Delaware, "American Modernism and the Machine Age,", 1975
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University of Delaware, Symposium Keynote, 1987
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University of Texas at Arlington, "Art and Diplomacy: Problems of International Exhibitions,", 1979-1980
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Whitney Museum, "Art of the 30s: Social Protest,", 1968
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Williams College, "Prendergast Redux,", 1990
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Yale University, "Cultural Issues in American Painting Since 1913,", undated
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