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Theodore (Ted) Halkin Oral History Interview Conducted by Lanny Silverman for the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, 2015

LANNY SILVERMAN: Hello, it's been a while. This is Lanny Silverman for the Smithsonian Institution's Archives of American Art. I'm here at Theodore Halkin's house. It's July 29th, and this is part one of an interview. That looks pretty good.

[END OF halkin15_1of2_sd_track01.]

LANNY SILVERMAN:  I think recording levels look pretty good, down a little. So, I guess the first question, we'll start—the idea of this is to possibly go in chronological order. Although I found with Evelyn and some people they go in circles [laughs], Vera Klement. It's okay if I call you Ted?

Gordon Peers Oral History Interview Conducted by Robert Brown for the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, 1981

Gordon Peers (b.1909 d.1988)

Painter and Educator, Providence, Rhode Island

Interviewer: Robert Brown

Interview with Gordon Peers, conducted by Robert Brown for the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, in Providence, Rhode Island, on February 17, 1981 and February 23, 1982.

Total: 3 digital files; 3:11:00; 52 pages

Gyula Kosice Oral History Interview Conducted by Butler Coleman for the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, 1967

Gyula Kosice (b.1924 d.2016)

Sculptor, New York City

Interviewer: Butler Coleman

Interview with Gyula Kosice, conducted by Butler Coleman for the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, in New York City, on June 28, 1967. The interview is in French.

Total: 1 digital files; 1:05:57; 16 pages

Ise Gropius Oral History Interview Conducted by Annaliese Harding for the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, 1980

Ise Gropius (b.1897 d.1983)

Wife of Walter Gropius, Lincoln, Massachusetts

Interviewer: Annaliese Harding

Interview with Ise Gropius, conducted by Annaliese Harding for the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, in Lincoln, Massachusetts, on August 4-9, 1980.

Total: 7 digital files; 8:47:00; 157 pages

Cundo Bermúdez Oral History Interview Conducted by Juan Martinez for the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, 1997

Cundo Bermúdez (b.1914 d.2008)

Painter, Miami, Florida

Interviewer: Juan Martinez

Interview with Cundo Bermúdez, conducted by Juan Martinez for the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, in Miami, Florida, on December 13, 1997.

Total: 3 digital files; 1:45:25; 33 pages

Fred Meyer Oral History Interview Conducted by Robert Brown for the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, 1982

Fred Meyer (b.1922 d.1986)

Painter, Sculptor, and Educator, Rochester, New York

Interviewer: Robert Brown

Interview with Fred Meyer, conducted by Robert Brown for the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, Rochester, New York, on May 8, 1982.

Total: 3 digital files; 2:02:00; 34 pages

Dan Dailey Oral History Interview Conducted by Tina Oldknow for the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, 2008

TINA OLDKNOW: This is Tina Oldknow interviewing Dan Dailey at the artist's studio in Kensington, New Hampshire, on January 21, 2008, for the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, disc number one.

Dan, we're going to start at the beginning. When and where were you born?

DAN DAILEY: I was born in Philadelphia in 1947.

TINA OLDKNOW:  And did you grow up in Philadelphia?

DAN DAILEY: No, I was born in Germantown [PA], and my dad was, at that point, working for RCA as a designer, which was based in Camden, New Jersey.

Marcella Comès Winslow Oral History Interview Conducted by [Interviewer] for the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, [Year]

BUCK PENNINGTON:  This is Buck Pennington from the Archives of American Art here today with Marcella Comes.

MARCELLA COMES WINSLOW:  Yes.

MR. PENNINGTON:  For a taping session on her life and story as an artist. We'll begin with just some general background, if you will talk something about your family and where you were born, and your beginning education in art. That will be our start-off point.

B. H. Friedman Oral History Interview Conducted by Paul Cummings for the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, 1972

PAUL CUMMINGS:  Let's say it's the 10th of November, 1972, Paul Cummings talking to Bob Friedman. Why do they call you Bob all the time?

B.H. FRIEDMAN:  It's my nickname. My real name is Bernard Harper Friedman. I was named for a grandfather named Bernard but my parents didn't like the name so they've always called me Bob.

PAUL CUMMINGS:  'Cause I've always known you as, you know, as Bob and I just—

B.H. FRIEDMAN:  Although when I write I use B.H., but my real name is Bernard.

Tom Van Sant Oral History Interview Conducted by Jo Lauria for the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, 2008

JO LAURIA:  Tom, can you just say your name one more time, please?

TOM VAN SANT:  Tom Van Sant.

JO LAURIA:  Okay. And let's just establish a general chronology. Tell us when and where you were born.

TOM VAN SANT:  I was born in Los Angeles in 1931. My father was born in Santa Monica in 1898, so the family has been here awhile.

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