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William J. and Jane Brown papers, circa 1940-2014

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Series 4: Writings and Notes , circa 1950-2005
0.2 Linear feet
Box 3

Found in this series are a few writings by Bill Brown including a student paper titled "Industrial Design," his philosophy of directing Penland, and a draft for an article on mankind. Two notebooks contain a mixture of daily logs, sketches, and miscellaneous notes. Notes are on inventions by Bill, the ideas of John Ehle, the history of metals, poems, and other topics by Bill and Jane. Other writings include a manuscript for an article in Penland Line about Bill after his death and a manuscript titled "The Craftsman: His Expanding Educational Needs" by Harold J. Brennan.
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Bill Brown, "Industrial Design" Student Paper, circa 1950
3
8
Bill Brown, Philosophy of Directing Penland, Dictated by Bill and Written by Jane, 1984
3
9
Bill Brown, Draft on Mankind for Arts Journal, 1983
3
10
Bill and Jane Brown, Notebooks, 1985-1986
Includes two notebooks.
3
11
Bill and Jane Brown, Notes, 1970-2005
3
13-18
About Bill Brown, Penland Line Article About Bill, Manuscript, 1992
3
19
Others, "The Craftsman: His Expanding Educational Needs" by Harold J. Brennan, 1959
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20

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