125.25 linear feet of materials consisting of personal and professional correspondence, copies of articles by Harold Haydon, press releases, topical files, newspaper clippings, and other papers concerning Haydon's career as a professor at the University of Chicago, George Williams College, the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and Indiana University Northwest; as an art critic for the Chicago Sun-Times; as an artist; and as a member and supporter of various artists' advocacy organizations. [the following adapted from AAA 1991 Guide:] Correspondents include Barbara Ablin [Aubin?], H.H. Arnason, Addis Osborne, Daniel Catton Rich, Freeman Schoolcraft, and Ada Taft. The collection also includes Artists Equity Association correspondence and records (8 ft.); papers relating to Haydon’s directorship of the Renaissance Society and the Midway Studios (7 ft.); typescripts of Haydon’s writings (5 ft.); Art Institute of Chicago, including press releases, reviews, photographs, and clippings (2 ft.); and miscellany, 1960-1977, including gallery and museum exhibition material, photographs, journals, newsletters, and newspaper clippings of art critic Frank Holland’s writings (30 ft.).