Subject Source: TGM II, Genre and physical characteristic terms
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents The papers include manuscripts, correspondence, articles, reviews, research papers and background materials, photographs and artifacts. Series I. Biography includes transcripts, statement of purpose, curriculum vitae (C.V.), a record of citations of Kessler’s research, and her first 7th & 8th grade publications. Series II. Research includes drafts and publications of research articles on: Elizabeth Stuart Phelps (1844-1911) and her mother of the same name (1815-1852), including a set of...
Collection Scope and Content This collection is composed of slides and stereo slides of images taken by Hall from 1952 to 1986, including images of her home with Miriam Colwell in Prospect Harbor and their pets; the natural world, including gardens, birds and landscapes; excursions along the Maine coast; travel to Europe (especially Greece), Canada, New York, Virginia and Washington, D.C.; Hall’s artwork; and visits with artist friends such as Berenice Abbott, Ruth Moore, Bernard Langlais, Beverly Hassam, Robert...
Collection Scope and Content Contained in the Lael Morgan papers are: newspaper clippings; photographs, including a large number of slides and transparencies; manuscripts; scrapbooks; travel logs; correspondence; media; and memorabilia. Series I. Clippings 1954-2011, includes clippings of articles by and about Morgan, many with photos by Morgan; clippings of articles of interest collected for her by Morgan’s parents; newspaper editions published or overseen by Morgan; clippings concerning friends, colleagues and family;...
Collection Scope and Content The Maine Association of Women in the Fine and Performing Arts (MAWFPA) records contain the papers and visual materials of this female-driven, artist-run organization active in the state from 1977 through 1983. The MAWFPA records are arranged into four series documenting the activities of the organization with majority focusing on Spectra 1 and Spectra 2, the two all-female multi-disciplinary arts celebrations produced by the organization in 1979 and 1982. The bulk of the material in this...
Dates: 1977-1983, undated
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This collection includes a 1941 letter signed by Deland, a fascinating hand made gift book, photographs and slides of Graywood, published work in periodicals, and a matted and framed ink drawing of Deland's Kennebunkport living room, 1950.
Collection Scope and Content The Martha A. Hall papers document Martha's practice as a book artist, and include journals, notes, postcards from shows, email and postcards exchanged with Allison Cooke Brown (coauthor of Paper Passages) and multiple prototype books that show Martha's interest in form, texture and color. Also included are slides of work, artist's statements, promotional material and price lists, as well as a catalog published by Smith College for a traveling exhibit. There are some photocopies of letters...
Dates: 1971-2011, undated