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8.3: Art Work , 1920s-1952

Subseries consists of photographs of Marsh's art work, both loose and in disbound photograph albums. Volume 3 of the albums solely contains photographs of the murals he did for the New York Customs House and the Post Office Department, Washington, D.C. Album pages, which were removed from their 3-ring binders at some previous time, are often annotated with information about a particular art work, including title, date, and notes on the owner or disposition of a work. Loose photographs, also presumably compiled by Marsh, are organized according to particular project or exhibition. Many, if not all, of the miscellaneous photographs were compiled and/or reproduced by Norman Sasowsky for use in his catalog of Marsh's art work. Many of these are duplicates of those found in the albums.
8.3.1: Albums, 1929-1952
Description Container
Volume 1, 1929-1930
7
1
Volume 1, 1930-1931
7
2
Volume 1, 1931-1932
7
3
Volume 1, 1932
7
4
Volume 1, 1933
7
5
Volume 2, 1934-1938
7
6
Volume 2, 1934-1938
7
7
Volume 2, 1934-1938
7
8
Volume 2, 1934-1938
7
9
Volume 2, 1934-1938
7
10
Volume 3 (Custom House and Post Office Murals), circa 1935-1937
7
11
Volume 3 (Custom House and Post Office Murals), circa 1935-1937
7
12
Volume 3 (Custom House and Post Office Murals), circa 1935-1937
7
13
Volume 3 (Custom House and Post Office Murals), circa 1935-1937
7
14
Volume 3 (Custom House and Post Office Murals), circa 1935-1937
7
15
Volume 4, 1938-1939
7
16
Volume 4, 1939
7
17
Volume 4, 1939-1940
7
18
Volume 4, 1940
7
19
Volume 4, 1940
7
20
Volume 5, 1940-1941
7
21
Volume 5, 1942
7
22
Volume 5, 1943
7
23
Volume 5, 1943-1944
7
24
Volume 5, 1944
7
25
Volume 6, 1944-1946
7
26
Volume 6, 1944-1946
7
27
Volume 6, 1944-1946
7
28
Volume 7, 1947-1952
7
29
Volume 7, 1947-1952
7
30
Volume 7, 1947-1952
7
31
Volume 7, 1947-1952
7
32
8.3.2: Loose Photographs, circa 1920s-1950
Description Container
Paramount Theater Sets and Costumes, circa 1920s
7
33
Carnegie Institute Exhibitions, 1931-1950
7
34
Watercolors of U.S. Army Air Corps, Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio, 1937
7
35
Custom House Murals (color transparencies), circa 1937
7
36
8.3.3: Miscellaneous Photographs, circa 1920s-1950s
Description Container
Early Art Work, 1920s
7
37
Marsh and Rehn Galleries Photographs of Various Works of Art, 1930s-1950s
(see also Box 10)
7
38-43
Various Works of Art, undated
8
1-5
Works by Other Artists (Sasowsky essays), undated
8
6
Works by Other Artists, undated
8
7
Oversize, Marsh and Rehn Galleries Photographs of Various Works of Art, 1930s-1950s
10

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