Summary: A career resume and brief autobiographical sketch; photographs of Midgette; Midgette's models, and studio; sketches; slides; published and unpublished articles, poems, and reviews; 15 typescripts of lectures, 1966-1978; personal notes on art, ca. 1973-1978; seven photographs of Midgette's work; a 24-page essay about the style of the Parthenon; exhibition catalogs; clippings; and miscellany.
Painter and printmaker, Brooklyn, N.Y. Born Baltimore, Md. Studied at Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, Harvard College, Boston University School of Fine Arts, Pratt Graphic Art Center, Indiana University.
Donated by Sarah Midgette, Midgette's wife.
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