Louise Averill Svendsen records

Louise Averill Svendsen records

Collection Overview

Repository:
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum Archives.
Creator:
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. Curatorial Department.
Title:
Louise Averill Svendsen records
Call Number:
A0016
Dates:
1938-1994 (bulk 1954-1981)
Volume:
14 cubic ft. (13 record center cartons / 1 oversized box)
Historical Abstract:
Louise Averill Svendsen (LAS), 1915-1994, was an art historian and curator at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum (SRGM). James Johnson Sweeney, second director at the SRGM, hired LAS as a lecturer in 1954. LAS successively served as an Assistant Curator, Curator, and Senior Curator in the Curatorial Department of the SRGM until 1982. From 1983 to 1994, LAS was Curator Emeritus at the SRGM and also served as a consultant at Sotheby's in the Department of Impressionist and Modern Paintings.
Scope and Content Abstract:
The Louise Averill Svendsen (LAS) records span the years 1938-1994 (bulk 1954-1981) and document the curatorial program of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum (SRGM) under LAS's direction. The collection includes: correspondence; wall lists; check lists; inventory; invoices; press release; research; photographs; negatives; ektachromes; proposals; list of works; loan receipts; records on shipments; invoices; architectural drawings; plates; appointment books; catalogs; brochures; postcards; newspaper clippings; magazine clippings; and personal notes. The majority of the collection consists of records relating to exhibitions at SRGM: loans; special exhibitions; and permanent collections. The collection also consists of LAS's research, her work on outreach programs, and personal papers.
Location:
OS, CF
Language:
Collection is primarily in English.
Arrangement:
Organized into four series: 1. Administration; 2. Collection; 3. Research; and 4. Personal.
Restrictions:
The collection is partially restricted. Financial records, exhibition records, and permanent collection records are restricted. For further information, please consult the Manager of the Library and Archives.
Publication Rights:
Requests for permission to publish material from this collection should be discussed with the Manager of the Library and Archives.
Preferred Citation:
Louise Averill Svendsen papers. A0016. Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum Archives, New York, NY.
Subjects:
Art -- Exhibitions.
Art museum curators.
Art publicity.
Exhibition catalogs.
Museum loans.
Museums -- Curatorship.
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum -- Art collections.
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum.
Svendsen, Louise Averill, 1915-1994.
Traveling exhibitions.
Contributors:
Messer, Thomas M., 1920-.
Svendsen, Louise Averill, 1915-1994.
Sweeney, James Johnson, 1900-1986.
Finding aid prepared by Sang Ae Park in March 2007.

Historical Note

Louise Averill Svendsen (LAS) was born on November 22, 1915 in Old Town, Maine to Albert Guy Averill and Louise Pierce Averill. LAS had a brother and a sister: Roswell Averill and Caroline Averill Rogers. LAS received her B.A. from Wellesley College in 1949 and continued her studies in art history at Yale University. LAS earned M.A. and Ph.D. from Yale University, writing her dissertation on John Vanderlind, a 19th-century American painter. In 1950, LAS married Thoralf Svendsen, 1909-1984, a Norwegian diplomat. LAS died of natural causes on January 3, 1994.

LAS was an art historian and curator at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum (SRGM). In the 1940's and early 50's, LAS taught art history at Duke University, Goucher College, and American University. James Johnson Sweeney, the second director at the SRGM, hired LAS as a lecturer in 1954. LAS successively served as an Assistant Curator, Curator, and Senior Curator in the Curatorial Department of the SRGM until 1982. From 1983 to 1994, LAS was Curator Emeritus at the SRGM and also served as a consultant at Sotheby's in the Department of Impressionist and Modern Paintings.

As a curator at the SRGM, LAS organized varied exhibitions including: "Edvard Munch Exhibition" (1965); "Ilya Bolotowsky" (1974); "Alberto Giacometti Retrospective" (1974); "Klee at the Guggenheim Museum" (1977); and a show titled "Rousseau, Redon, and Fantasy" (1968). In addition to exhibition catalogs, LAS wrote "Paul Klee, 1879-1940: In the Collection of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum" (1977). Moreover, LAS built up the foundation of research functions of the SRGM including the SRGM library and archives. LAS was decorated Knight 1st Class Royal Norwegian Order of St. Olav, Swedish Order of the Polar Star.

Chronology

1915Born on November 22 in Old Town, Maine.
1937Received B.A. from Wellesley College.
1941Received M.A. from Yale University.
1941Served as a docent at the Metropolitan Museum of Art (-1942).
1942Served as a lecturer at Boston Museum of Fine Art in the department of education (-1943).
1943Taught art history as an instructor at Duke University in the department of history of art in Durham, North Carolina (-1945).
1945Served as an assistant professor at Goucher College in Baltimore (-1950).
1949Received Ph.D. from Yale University.
1950Served as an assistant professor at American University in Washington, D.C. (1951).
1954Appointed as a lecturer at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum.
1962Appointed as Assistant Curator at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum (-1966).
1966Appointed as Curator at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum (-1978).
1978Appointed as Senior Curator at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum (-1982).
1983Appointed as Curator Emeritus at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum (-1994).
1983Worked as a consultant at the Sotheby's in the Department of Impressionist and Modern Paintings (-1994).
1994Died of natural causes.

Bibliography

"Louise Averill Svendsen." Marquis Who's Who TM. Marquis Who's Who, 2006. Reproduced in Biography Resource Center. Farmington Hills, Mich.: Thomson Gale. 2007.
New York Times. 1994. "Louise Averill Svendsen, 78, Dies; Was Guggenheim's Senior Curator." January 7.

Scope and Content Note

The Louise Averill Svendsen records span the years 1951-1994 (bulk 1954-1981) and document the curatorial program of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum (SRGM) under LAS's direction. The collection includes: correspondence; wall lists; check lists; inventory; invoices; press release; research; photographs; negatives; ektachromes; proposals; list of works; loan receipts; records on shipments; invoices; architectural drawings; plates; appointment books; catalogs; brochures; postcards; newspaper clippings; magazine clippings; and personal notes. The majority of the collection consists of records relating to exhibitions of the SRGM: loans; special exhibitions; and permanent collections. Sales records of the permanent collection are also included in the collection. The collection additionally reflects LAS's research on collections of the SRGM, her work on outreach programs, the administrative affairs of the SRGM, and LAS's personal papers.

Series Descriptions

Series 1. Administration, 1953-1994 (bulk 1954-1981), 1 cubic ft.
Summary: Series 1. Administration contains records on sales of Kandinsky works in 1971, financial information, outreach programs created while Louise Averill Svendsen served as Curator at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum (SRGM), publicity, and general administrative information. General records cover administrative affairs of the SRGM. Finance includes sales of works and financial records. Outreach consists of information on education policy and programs in the 1960's and 1970's. Publicity covers the public relations functions of the SRGM. This series includes correspondence, drawings, photographs, brochures, posters, and sample souvenirs.
Arrangement: Organized into four subseries: A. General; B. Finance; C. Outreach; D. Publicity.
Series 2. Collection, 1938-1983 (bulk 1954-1981), 11 cubic ft.
Summary: Series 2. Collection contains records on loans, exhibitions, and permanent collections of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum (SRGM) while Louise Averill Svendsen (LAS) served in the SRGM Curatorial Department. Folders that contain sales records, provenance, insurance information, value information, shipping information, or exhibition costs are restricted. Loans includes: reports from Registrar; shipping records; check lists; wall lists; catalogs; photographs; and brochures. Reports from Registrar contain insurance values of loaned works. Covering special exhibitions as well as permanent collection exhibitions, exhibitions includes: budget; cost; invoices; loan records; shipments; catalog production information; check lists; installation plans; wall lists; drawings; photographs; negatives; ektachromes; publicity; and research files. Covered major exhibitions are: "Edvard Munch Exhibition" (1965); "Masterpieces of Modern Art" (1965); "Rousseau, Redon, and Fantasy" (1968); "Constantin Brancusi" (1969); "Ilya Bolotowsky" (1974); "Alberto Giacometti Retrospective" (1974); "Klee at the Guggenheim Museum" (1977); and "Amedeo Modigliani in Japan" (1979). Exhibition numbers have been listed when known after the exhibition title. Permanent collection records includes: acoustiguides; inventories; transaction records of Rudolf Bauer works; information on the SRGM Print Collection; and information on the Thannhauser Collection. Related incoming and outgoing correspondence and various graphic materials are included in this series.
Arrangement: Organized into three subseries: A. Loans; B. Exhibitions; C. Permanent Collection.
Series 3. Research, 1958-1981, 1 cubic ft.
Summary: Series 3. Research contains research files on exhibitions and artists created by Louise Averill Svendsen. The series includes both incoming and outgoing correspondence, photographs, negatives, catalogues, brochures, newspaper clippings, and magazine clippings.
Arrangement: Alphabetical.
Series 4. Personal, 1954-1981, 1 cubic ft.
Summary: Series 4. Personal contains records on research and personal papers. This series includes annual appointments, personal memoranda, and Louise Averill Svendsen's personal research on Edvard Munch. The series includes both incoming and outgoing correspondence, appointment books, plates, photographs, brochures, newspaper clippings, and magazine clippings.
Arrangement: Alphabetical.

Folder List

Series 1. Administration, 1953-1994 (bulk 1954-1981), 1 cubic ft.
BoxFolderTitleDate
A. General
101121Accreditation1971-1972, 1982
101121,
691746
Correspondence: Incoming and Outgoing (32 folders)undated, 1956-1981
101121,
691746
Sweeney, James Johnson: Memoranda (2 folders)undated, 1953-1960
B. Finance (Restricted)
101121Kandinsky Sale (Restricted)1971
101121,
691746
Payroll (2 folders) (Restricted)1954-1974
101121,
691746
Pension and Insurance (2 folders) (Restricted)1967-1994
C. Outreach
Education
101121,
691746
Policy (2 folders)1959-1960
101121,
691746
Program (2 folders)1971-1972
Publication
101121,
000523
General (2 folders)1960
101121Correspondence: Incoming and Outgoing1960
101121Inventory1960
D. Publicity
101121,
691746
General (2 folders)1959-1960
101121Lecture Announcement1953-1958
Series 2. Collection, 1938-1983 (bulk 1954-1981), 11 cubic ft.
BoxFolderTitleDate
A. Loans (Restricted)
101121,
101123,
691746,
709889,
709890
General (66 folders) (Restricted)1949-1983
Extended Loans (Restricted)
709890General (6 folders) (Restricted)1954-1961
709890Bibliographies (Restricted)1953-1960
709890Supplementary Exhibition of Drawings 1957-1958 (Restricted)1953-1958
709890Supplementary Exhibition of Prints 1958-1959 (Restricted)1953-1958
709890Supplementary Exhibition of Watercolors 1960-1961 (Restricted)1956-1960
691746,
709890
Refused (7 folders) (Restricted)undated, 1967-1981
691746,
709890
Albany Institute of History and Art (2 folders) (Restricted)1972
709890Art Club of Chicago (Restricted)1955
709890Centre for the Arts, Kentucky (Restricted)1973
709890Columbus Gallery of Fine Arts, Ohio (Restricted)1968-1969
709890Cincinnati Art Museum (Restricted)1969-1970
709890Cleveland Museum of Art (Restricted)1972
709890Cornell, Joseph (Restricted)1973-1974
709890Institute Contemporary Art, Boston (Restricted)1954
709890Elvehjem Art Center, Wisconsin (Restricted)1976-1978
709891Metropolitan Museum of Art (Restricted)1967-1968
709891Montreal (Restricted)1955
709891Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (Restricted)1959-1960
709891Museum of Fine Arts, Texas (Restricted)1955
709891Philadelphia Museum of Art (2 folders) (Restricted)1961-1962
709891Rome New York Art Foundation (Restricted)1958
709891San Francisco (Restricted)1955
709891South America (Restricted)1960-1961
709891Toronto (Restricted)1954
709891University of Rochester, New York (Restricted)1972-1973
709891Vancouver (Restricted)1954
709891Venice Biennale (Restricted)1963-1965
691746,
709891
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts (2 folders) (Restricted)1966-1967
709891Worcester Art Museum, Massachusetts (Restricted)1962-1963
691746,
709891
Younger American Painters (2 folders) (Restricted)1955-1956
709891Younger American Painters, Chicago (Restricted)1954
709891Younger American Painters, Dallas (Restricted)1954
691746,
709891
Younger American Painters, Indiana (2 folders) (Restricted)1954
709891Younger European Painters (Restricted)1956
B. Exhibitions
General
709891Exhibition Chart1975-1979
709891Photographs: Scandanavian Artists1982
1900-1970: 10th Anniversary Selection from the Guggenheim Museum Collection, 1970 (#232)
709891General1970
709891Acoustiguide1970-1971
7098911900-1980 from the Guggenheim Museum Collection, 1980 (#355)1980
70989120th Century Master Drawings, 1963-1964 (#156) (Restricted)1963-1965
7098913 Bauhaus Painters, 19701970
70989140 Modern Masters, 1977: Acoustiguide (#312)1977
691746,
709891
75 Paintings from the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum (2 folders) (1 Restricted)1956-1958
709891Acquisitions of the 1930's and 1940's, 1968 (#202)1968
691746,
709891
Albert Gleizes, 1964-1965 (#163) (3 folders) (1 Restricted)1964-1965
Alberto Giacometti, 1974 (#275)
709891General (5 folders) (2 Restricted)1955-1974
709891Acoustiguide1974
American Federation of Arts Exhibition
691746,
709891
General (3 folders)1975-1977
709891Catalogue1976
691746,
709891
Lecture (2 folders)1977-1979
709891Catalogue (2 folders)1973-1974
691774Checklist (Restricted)1972-1974
691774Cleveland Museum of Art1973-1974
Correspondence
691774General (Restricted)1974-1980
691774Alcoa Foundation1973
691774Embassy of Switzerland1970-1974
691774Europe1973-1974
691774Giacometti, Annette1973-1974
691746,
691774
Hohl, Reinhold (2 folders)1973-1974
691774Pro Helvetia (2 folders)1970-1974
691774United States1973-1976
691774Des Moines Art Center1974-1975
691774Film1973-1975
691774Installation (2 folders) (1 Restricted)1973-1974
Loans (Restricted)
691774Forms (Restricted) 1974
691774Insurance and Shipments (Restricted) 1970-1973
691746,
691774
Lenders (2 folders) (Restricted)1973-1974
691774Receipts (Restricted)1974
691774Refusals (Restricted)1973-1974
691774Returns (Restricted)1974
691746Magazine Clippings1974
691774Maryland Art Institute1978
691746,
691774
Montreal Musee D'Art Contemporian (2 folders)1974-1975
691774National Gallery of Canada1973-1974
691774Opening1973-1974
Photographs
691774Requests1973-1974
691774Returns1973-1975
691774Slide1974
691774Requests from Giacometti1974
691774Theft (Restricted)1975
Traveling
691774General1972-1975
691774Instruction1974
691774Rejects1973-1974
691774Walker Art Center1973-1974
691746,
691774
Alexander Calder, 1964 (#166) (2 folders)1964-1965
Amedeo Modigliani in Japan, 1979 (#345-T)
691746,
691774
General (2 folders) (1 Restricted)1979
691746Contract (Restricted)1979
Correspondence
691774Japan (2 folders)1979
691774Lenders (3 folders)1979-1980
691774Description1979
691774European Lenders (2 folders)1979
709898Loan Agreement (Restricted)1979
709898Photographs1979
709898Shipments (Restricted)1979
Attilio Salemme, 1978 (#326)
691746,
709898
General (2 folders)1977-1978
709898Correspondence with Rebay and Guggenheim1943-1944
709898Barnett Newman: The Stations of the Cross, 1966 (#185)1966
709898Cezanne and Structure in Modern Painting, 1963 (#153)1963
Constantin Brancusi, 1969 (#224)
709898Bills (Restricted)1968-1969
709898Budget (Restricted)1969
Catalogue
709898General1969
709898Introduction1969
709898Photographs1969
709898Checklist (3 folders)1969-1970
Correspondence
709898General (Restricted)1962-1969
709898Allen Memorial Art Museum1963-1969
709898Geist, Sidney1963-1968
709898Haags Gemeentemuseum1968-1970
709898Ministère des Affaires Culturelles1969
709898Exhibition Memoranda1968
691746,
709898
Inquiries (2 folders)1959-1969
709898Installation1969-1970
691746,
709898
Insurance (2 folders) (Restricted)1969-1970
709898Loans from Paris (Restricted)1957-1970
709898Photographsundated
709898Researchundated
709898Shipments (Restricted)1970
Traveling
709898General1969
709898Art Institute of Chicago (Restricted)1969-1970
691746,
709898
Hague (3 folders) (1 Restricted)1970-1971
709898Letter Form1968-1969
709898Philadelphia Museum of Art (Restricted)1968-1970
709898Romania (2 folders) (1 Restricted)1968-1970
709898Special Handling Instruction1969
Works (Restricted)
709898A Hand (Restricted)1969
709898A Muse (Restricted)1969
709898Bird In Space (Restricted) 1969
709898Caryatid (Restricted)1969
709898Endless Column (Restricted)1969-1970
709898First Cry (Restricted)1969
709898Fish 1924 (Restricted)1969
709898Fish 1926 (Restricted) 1969-1970
709898Head (Restricted)1969
709898Mlle Pogany 1913 (Restricted) 1969
709898Mlle Pogany 1920 (Restricted) 1969
709898Mlle Pogany 1922 (Restricted)1969
709898Princess X (Restricted) 1969
709898Prometheus (Restricted) 1969
709898Sleeping Child (Restricted) 1969-1970
709898Sleeping Muse II (Restricted)1969
709899The Chief (Restricted) 1969-1970
709899Torso (Restricted) 1969
709899Torso of a Young Man (Restricted) 1969
709899Torso of Young Girl II (Restricted)1969
Constantin Brancusi, 1955-1956 (#96) (Restricted)
709899General (Restricted) 1955-1956
709899Traveling: Worksheets (Restricted)1955-1956
709899Curated by Lawrence Alloway1964-1966
709899David Smith Retrospective, 1969 (#215)1969
Edvard Munch, 1965-1966 (#180)
691746,
709899
General (3 folders)1963-1966
Catalogue
709899General (2 folders) (1 Restricted)1965-1966
709899Documentation (2 folders)undated
709899Plates (2 folders)1965-1968
000523Installation Planundated
709899Publicity1965
709899Shipments (Restricted)1965
709899Work: Mother and Daughter (Restricted)1966
709899Eighteen Non-objective Paintings, 1952-1953 (#76-T)1952-1953
691746,
709899
The Emergent Decade, 1965 (#179) (2 folders)1966
709899Exhibitions 19661966
709899Francis Bacon, 1963-1964 (#155) (Restricted)1963-1967
709899From the First to the Second World War 1915-1939, 1969 (#227)1969-1970
709899Gauguin and the Decorative Style, 1966 (#187)1966
709899Guggenheim International Award, 1964 (#157)1963-1964
709899Guggenheim International Exhibition, 1967-1968 (#197) (Restricted)1967-1968
691746,
709899
Gustav Klimt - Egon Schiele, 1965 (#170) (3 folders)1964-1965
709899Illustrations for Opera: Gramatte and Lissitzky, 1965 (#172)1965
Ilya Bolotowsky, 1974 (#277)
709899General1974
Catalogue
709899Bibliographyundated
709899Interview Transcript (2 folders)1976
709899Interview Transcript Draft1974
709899Plates1974
Correspondence
709899Bolotowsky, Ilya1972-1975
709899Borgenicht, Grace (Restricted)1972
709899Breeskin, Adelyn1972-1975
Loans (Restricted)
709899Lenders (4 folders) (Restricted)1974-1975
709899Loan Forms (2 folders) (Restricted)1974
709899Loan Receipts (Restricted)1974
709899Potential Lenders (Restricted)1974
691746,
709897
Publicity (2 folders)1972-1974
709897Research1973
Traveling
709897General1974
709897National Collection of Fine Arts (Restricted)1974-1975
709897Jean Arp Retrospective, 1968 (#210)1969
709897Jean Dubuffet 1962-1966, 1966 (#190)1966
691746,
709897
Jean Xceron, 1965 (#178) (2 folders) (1 Restricted)1965-1966
691746,
709897
Joseph Cornell, 1967 (#194) (2 folders)1967
709897Julius Bissier Retrospective, 1968 (#206)1969
Kandinsky Watercolor, 1981 (#363-T)
709897General (3 folders) (2 Restricted)1976-1981
691746,
709897
Newspaper Clippings (2 folders)1981-1982
Klee at the Guggenheim Museum, 1977 (#310)
709897General1974-1977
Catalogue
709897General1976
709897Documentation (2 folders)1976
709897Final Textundated
709897Text Draftundated
709897Correspondence: Kunstmuseum Bern1976-1978
709897Ektachromes Not in the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum Collection1967
709897Essay for Encyclopedia Americana (Restricted)1978
709897Lecture1978
709897Provenance1976
691746,
709897
Publicity (3 folders)1977-1978
691746,
709897
Research (2 folders)undated
709897Transaction (Restricted)1977
709897Traveling (3 folders) (Restricted)1976-1979
709897Laszlo Moholy-Nagy, 1969 (#218) (Restricted)1969
Masterpieces of Modern Art Courtesy of the Thannhauser Foundation, 1965 (#174)
709897General1963-1965
709897Catalogue1965-1966
709897Photographs (4 folders)undated
709897Reproduction1965
709897Miro Ceramic Mural 19671967
709897Morris Louis, 1963 (#154)1963
709897Museum Collection Seven Decades, 1967 (#196)1967
691746,
709897
Museum Collection Spring, 1963 (#151) (2 folders) 1963
709888Neo-Impressionism, 1968 (#199) (Restricted)1966-1968
709888Nicolas de Stael, 1965 (#175)1966
709888Paul Feeley, 1968 (#201) (Restricted)1967-1968
Paul Klee, 1967 (#192)
691746,
709888
Basel Show (2 folders) (1 Restricted)1967-1970
709888Traveling (Restricted)1966-1967
709888Peggy Guggenheim Collection, 1969 (#211)1969
Rousseau, Redon and Fantasy, 1968 (#205)
691746,
709888
General (6 folders) (1 Restricted)1967-1968
709888Photographsundated
709888Roy Lichtenstein, 1969 (#223)1969
709888Rudolf Bauer Re-Discovered, 19701970
709888Selected Works from the Guggenheim Museum Collection, 1965-1966 (#173)1965-1967
709888Some Recent Gifts, 1965 (#176)1965
709888Summer Show, 1969 (#220)1969
709888Summer Show, 19701969-1970
691746,
709888
Systemic Painting, 1966 (#189) (3 folders)1966
709888Theodoron Awards, 1969 (#217)1969
709888Van Gogh and Expressionism, 1964 (#162)1964-1966
Vasily Kandinsky, 1972 (#252)
709888Los Angeles County Art Museum 1972 (Restricted)1972
709888Walker Art Center Loan 1973 (Restricted)1972-1973
709888Vasily Kandinsky, 1966 (#191)1966
709888Vasily Kandinsky, 1969 (#212)1969-1970
709888Vasily Kandinsky, 1972: Acoustiguide (#252)1972
709888Younger Artists from the Museum Collection, 1970 (#230)1970
C. Permanent Collection
709888Acquisitions1966
709888Architectural Tour: Acoustiguide1971
Bauer, Rudolf (Restricted)
691746,
691775
General (3 folders) (Restricted)1973-1975
691775Fischer Transaction (Restricted)1972-1973
691746,
691775
Galerie Gmurzynska Transaction (2 folders) (Restricted)1973-1976
691775Galleria del Levante Transaction (Restricted)1972-1975
691746,
691775
Hutton Transaction (2 folders) (Restricted)1970-1976
691775Saltzman Transaction (Restricted)1973-1974
709888Evelyn Sharp Collection (3 folders)1977
709888Foundation Collection 1961 (Restricted)1961
691746,
709888
Hilla Rebay Collection (2 folders)1952-1953
709888Inventory (4 folders) (Restricted)1960-1970
691746,
691775
Kandinsky, Vasily: Bibliography (2 folders)undated
709888List of Paintings from Carnegie 19501950
709888Munch, Edvard (Restricted)1967-1971
709888Photographs from Xceron Fileundated
Print Collection
709888General1955-1975
691746,
709888
Correspondence (2 folders)1975-1976
709888Facilities: Print Room1957
709888Formsundated
709888Inventory (Restricted)1957
709888Research (2 folders)undated
709888Publicity1964
Thannhauser Collection
691775General1965-1976
691775Acoustiguide1973
691775Agreement (Restricted)1971-1972
691775Correspondence1969-1971
691775Evaluation (Restricted)1970-1977
691775Insurance (Restricted)1970
691775Photographsundated
691746Proposal (Restricted)1971
000523Publicity1938, 1962
Series 3. Research, 1958-1981, 1 cubic ft.
BoxFolderTitleDate
691775General (2 folders)1960-1967
Artists
691775A1966-1971
691775Adler, Lee1967-1971
691775Adler, Samuel M.1971
691775B1963-1973
691775C (2 folders)1962-1975
691775D1962-1974
691775Day, Worden1967-1971
691775E 1963-1973
691775Elgin, Jeffrey1981
691775F1964-1971
691775G1961-1975
691775Gleizes, Albert1967
691775H1964-1975
691775Hatch, Mary1981-1982
691775Isdebsky, Vladimir1966-1967
691775Israeli Artists1967-1974
691775J1971-1973
691775K1965-1975
691775Kasak, Nicholas M.1966
691775L1965-1974
691775M (2 folders)1962-1975
691775Malachi, S.1967-1968
691775N1967-1975
691746,
691775
Nesch, Rolf (3 folders)1963-1968
691775Norwegian Artists1961-1969
691775O1969
691775P1967-1975
691775Q1970
691775R1965-1973
691775Ray, Rudolf1967-1972
691746,
691775
S (2 folders)1958-1974
691775Scarlett, Rolph1967
691775T1970-1973
691775Ten Eyckundated
691775V1967-1974
691775W1960-1972
691775Wright, Frank Lloyd1966-1971
691775X1967-1971
691775Y1967-1970
691775Z1968-1972
Series 4. Personal, 1954-1981, 1 cubic ft.
BoxFolderTitleDate
691772General (3 folders)undated, 1958, 1966
Appointment Books
691772Undatedundated
6917721973 (2 folders)1973
6917721974 (2 folders)1974
6917721975 (2 folders)1975
6917721976 (2 folders)1976
6917721977 (2 folders)1977
6917721978 (2 folders)1978
6917721979 (2 folders)1979
6917721980 (2 folders)1980
6917721981 (2 folders)1981
691772Correspondence (3 folders)1955-1977
691772Newspaper Clippings1954
000523Print from Roger Orly1978
000523,
691772
Research (3 folders)1954-1976
691746,
691772
Washington D.C. (2 folders)1969