Size: 10.7 Linear feet
Summary: The papers of sculptor and printmaker William Kent measure 10.7 linear feet and date from 1919-2012. The collection documents Kent's early encounters with the mainstream art world in the 1960s, including the Whitney Museum of American Art where a work of his was shown. Earlier records also include documentation of Kent's participation in World War II, time at Yale, and the first set of Philistine Press books.
Materials include biographical information, interviews primarily on on VHS, CDs, and Mini-DVs, correspondence, writings, exhibition and loan files, personal business records, administrative files, printed material, scrapbooks, photographs and works of art. Also included is a small box with metal items related to military service.