REEL 74: Correspondence, mostly letters received, 1946-1963 relating to Glinsky's artwork, including a letter from Julian Levi. Additional material includes minutes from committee mmetings of the Architectural League of New York, exhibition catalogs, and clippings.
REEL 3959: Biographical material, 1943-1945, including a resume and Navy Department papers; correspondence, 1929-1975; notes and writings, 1940-1971; financial material, 1939-1967, includes cost estimates for the National Academy of Design and National Sculpture Society Joint Exhibition, 1950; sketches of Glinsky's studio and "Shop Drawing Method of Installation"; printed material consists of clippings, 1931-1972, and exhibition catalogs, 1929-1972; photographs of Glinsky at work and of 2 works of art, undated and 1938-1969.
REEL 3961: Correspondence, 1930-1980, includes letters with the U.S. Treasury Department concerning the U.S. Naval Expeditionary medal; 6 sketches; printed material, 1933-1975; photographs, 1938-1939, of Glinsky, his artwork, military personnel, and of the Union City, Pennsylvania post office dedication ceremony.
Sculptor, etcher, lithographer, painter, teacher; New York, N.Y. Born in Russia. Member of the National Sculpture Society, and the American Artist Congress. Served as an artist for the WPA-FAP in New York City. Exhibited at the National Academy of Design, Architectural League, Museum of Modern Art, Salon des Tuileries, Paris, and the Brooklyn Museum. Was a teacher at Brooklyn College, Brooklyn, N.Y.
Material on reels 74 and 3959 donated by Vincent Glinsky, 1966 and 1972. Material on reel 3961 donated by Cleo Hartwig, wife of Vincent Glinsky, 1981.
Vincent Glinsky papers also at Syracuse University.
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Vincent Glinsky papers, 1927-1982. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
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