Size: 4 Linear feet, (on partial microfilm reel)
Summary: Correspondence; exhibition materials; photographs; sketches; Christmas cards; biographical information; writings; and an audio cassette.
REEL 3134: Correspondence, August-September 1967, with Ralph R. Miller, director of the Museum of the City of New York, regarding a seminar "Exporation of the Ways, Means, and Value of Museum Communication with the Viewing Public," held October 9-10, 1967, hosting Marshall McLuhan and Harley Parker. Two clippings on the seminar are also included. Also includes a tape recording of a dialogue between McLuhan and Parker made in preparation for the seminar.
UNMICROFILMED: Primarily personal and professional correspondence, 1941-1964; exhibition catalogs from shows at the Contemporary Arts Center at the Cincinnati Art Museum; business files and publicity files; Luck's resume to 1966; photographs of Luck; a collection of Christmas cards, original designs, 1965; writings by Luck; watercolor sketches by Luck, 1941-1948; and some charcoal and some pencil sketches of nudes.