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Whitney B. Halstead papers, 1920-1982

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Series 10: Photographs , 1949-1976, undated
(Box 7; 0.9 linear feet)

Photographs are of Halstead, his friends and colleagues including Jack Burnham, Claes Oldenburg and Karl Wirsum, Arts Club exhibitions, works by Chicago artists, and artists from primitive times through the 20th century including Al Boutin, Christo, John Henry, David Reif, and Marguerite Weber. There are also several hundred slides of Halstead, art work, miscellaneous activities with friends and students, subjects for art work including plants and animals, exhibitions, and views of Chicago and New York.
Description Container Select
Photographs of Halstead and the Halstead Cemetery Plot, 1968, undated
7
1
Photographs of Family and Friends, 1968-1969, undated
7
2
Photographs of Miscellaneous Exhibitions at the Arts Club, undated
7
3
Negatives of Native American Pottery, undated
7
4
Color Transparencies of Paintings by Master Artists, undated
7
5
Color Transparencies of Jewelry and Sculpture by Master Artists, undated
7
6
Photographs of Work by Chicago Artists, undated
7
7-13
Photographs of Work by Miscellaneous 20th Century Artists, undated
7
14-30
Photographs of Karl Wirsum and his Studio, 1971
7
31
Photographs of the Hancock Building, Chicago, undated
7
32
Photographs of Miscellaneous Houses, 1963
7
33
Miscellaneous Photographs, undated
7
34
Slides of Miscellaneous Subjects, 1949-1976, undated
(0.5 linear feet)
7
35

Make a Request

  • To request an appointment to view materials, make your selections using the checkboxes and click the "Reading Room" button. Please note, you will receive the full box.
  • To request reproductions, make your selections using the checkboxes and click the "Reproduction" button.