Summary: Two letters from Cremean to Dorothy Tyler and one from Tyler back to Cremean; one photograph of Cremean in his studio; and an advertisement with a picture of Cremean's work from Time magazine.
Sculptor; Woodacre, Calif.
Donated 1971 by Dorothy Tyler, a friend of Cremean who has corresponded with him.
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Robert Cremean papers, 1957-1966. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
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