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5.1: Presidents , 1905-1977

Description Container Select
Frederick Dielman (1899-1909)
Correspondence, 1905
14
17
Documents Relative to Plan for Cooperation between Columbia University and the Academy, 1905
14
18
Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1906-1909
14
19
John White Alexander (1909-1915), Correspondence, 1911
14
20
Edwin Blashfield (1920-1926)
Correspondence, 1920-1922
14
21
Centennial, 1925-1926
14
22
Charter, 1920-1922
14
23
Royal Academy Exhibition, 1923
14
24
Cass Gilbert (1926-1933)
Correspondence, 1927-1932
14
25
Arts Council of New York City, 1926-1929
14
26
Gifts, 1922-1932
14
27
Inter-Society Color Council, 1919-1933
14
28
Speeches and Addresses, 1929-1931
14
29
Jonas Lie (1934-1939)
Correspondence, 1936-1939
14
30
Fundraising, 1935-1937
14
31
Membership Summary, 1936
14
32
Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1935-1939
14
33
National Academy Buttons and Ribbons, 1921-1929
14
34
National Academy Change of Name, 1934
14
35
Press and Publicity, 1927-1937
14
36
Seal of the Academy, 1907-1938
14
37
Speeches and Addresses, 1934
14
38
Tax Exemptions, 1929-1938
14
39
Hobart Nichols (1939-1949)
Correspondence, Annual Subscribing Members, 1941-1947
14
40
Correspondence, Arms, John T., 1941-1949
14
41
Correspondence, Art Week, 1941
14
42
Correspondence, A, General, 1941-1949
15
1
Correspondence, B, General, 1941-1949
15
2
Correspondence, Cornell, Joseph, 1942
15
3
Correspondence, C-G, General, 1940
15
4-5
Correspondence, Hendry, Ed, 1941-1942
15
6
Correspondence, Huntington, Archer, 1941-1946
15
7
Correspondence, H-M, General, 1939-1949
15
8-11
Correspondence, National Council on Soviet-American Friendship, 1943
15
12
Correspondence, National Institute of Arts and Letters, 1942-1943
15
13
Correspondence, National Wartime Conference, 1943-1944
15
14
Correspondence, N-R, General, 1941-1949
15
15-17
Correspondence, S-Z, General, 1940-1950
15
18-20
Academy Notices, 1941-1947
15
21
American Fine Arts Society, 1941-1942
15
22
Diploma Samples, 1931-1939
15
23
Exhibitions, 1942
15
24
Our Heritage Exhibit, 1941-1942
15
25
Press Releases, 1941-1942
15
26
Publicity, 1941-1949
15
27
Radio Broadcasts, 1940-1942
15
28
Speeches, 1940-1942
15
29
Washington Society of Fine Arts Dinner, 1940
15
30
De Witt Lockman (1949-1950), 1949-1950
15
31
Lawrence G. White (1950-1956)
Correspondence, 1950-1956
16
1-2
Committee on Government and Arts, 1954-1955
16
3
National Academy Federal Charter, 1955-1956
16
4
Postage Stamp Advisory Committee, 1955
16
5
Resignation, 1956
16
6
UNESCO, 1952-1955
16
7
Eliot Clark (1956-1959)
Correspondence, 1956-1959
16
8
American Art in Sports Program, 1957
16
9
Fundraising, 1957-1958
16
10-11
National Academy Federal Charter, 1955-1958
16
12-13
John Harbeson (1959-1962)
Correspondence, United States Committee of International Association of Plastic Arts, 1953-1962
16
14
Correspondence, 1959-1962
16
15
Joint Committee on the National Capital, 1961
16
16
National Academy School, 1959-1960
16
17
National Academy Statement on Juries, 1960
16
18
National Commission of Fine Arts, 1961
16
19
Roosevelt Memorial Jury, 1960-1962
16
20
Edgar I. Williams (1962-1966)
Correspondence, 1962-1965
16
21
Federal Advisory Council on the Arts Legislation, 1952-1962
16
22
Alfred Easton Poor (1966-1977), 1966-1973
17
1-3
Alfred Easton Poor (1966-1977), 1974
17
4-6
Alfred Easton Poor (1966-1977), 1975
17
7-9
Alfred Easton Poor (1966-1977), 150th Anniversary, 1975
17
10
Alfred Easton Poor (1966-1977), 1976
17
11-12
Alfred Easton Poor (1966-1977), 1977
17
13-14

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