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John L. Brown papers 2

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS205
Collection-level Scope and Content Note The John L. Brown papers 2, consists of 271 folders of alphabetically arranged correspondence with prominent twentieth-century graphic and performing artists, composers, publishers and writers including Josephine Baker, George Braziller, John Cage, Albert Camus, Marc Chagall, Carlos Chavez, Henry Steele Commager, George Dillon, John Dos Passos, Angna Enters, Paul Flamand, Gaston Gallimard, Julien Green, Alfred and Blanche Knopf, Claude Levi-Strauss, Jose Limon, Andre Malraux, Jacques Maritain,...

John L. Brown papers 3

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS253
Scope and Contents The John L. Brown papers 3, consists of correspondence with 20th century artists, scholars, and writers. Notables include artists Huseyin Halit, Loren McIver and her husband, poet Lloyd Frankenberg, Lilian Mckendrick, Irene Rice Pereira and Antoinette Schulte; art critic and historian Roger Avermaete; historian Henry Steele Commager; and writers Jacqueline Bernard, Faith Berry, Elizabeth Borton de Trevino, Lewis Galantiere, Elsa Gress, poet James Laughlin, Boris Schreiber, Pierre Seghers,...

Denis Carbonneau papers

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS125
Collection-level Scope and Content Note This collection consists of correspondence and production material relating to the publication of the book, 'A Relevant Memoir - The Story of the Equinox Cooperative Press,' by Henry Hart, with foreword by Lynd Ward. Correspondents include three of the founding members of the Equinox Cooperative Press, namely, Evelyn Harter Glick, Henry Hart, and Lynd Ward. The majority of correspondence is to Denis Carbonneau, the publisher of 'A Relevant Memoir,' at Three Mountains Press. The collection also...

Frederick W. Cron - John Joseph Earley collection

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Identifier: GTM-771003
Scope and contents note The Frederick W. Cron and John Joseph Earley Collection is stored in two document boxes and one oversized box. The first box includes correspondence to John J. Earley, correspondence to Frederick W. Cron, Earley's awards, speeches, and biographical materials. The second box includes photographs of Earley's work in both color and black and white, printed information on concrete processes, and newspaper clippings relating to Earley's work. The last box includes oversized photographs of...

Samuel W. Everett papers

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Identifier: GTM-850101b

Isac Friedlander papers

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS183
Collection-level Scope and Content Note Personal papers documenting the career of the Latvian-born printmaker and illustrator, Isac Friedlander. The surviving pa- pers include copies of exhibit catalogs in which his works were included (and frequently illustrated); news cuttings concerning his work and prizes he won; and correspondence with fellow artists, groups, and institutions. Of particular note among his correspondents are John Taylor Arms and Arthur Heintzelman. A prolific etcher and wood engraver, Friedlander came to the...

Eric Gill - H. Cotton Minchin Collection

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS299
Collection-level Scope and Content Note The Eric Gill - H. Cotton Minchin Collection consists of correspondence dated 1928 to 1929, mostly from Eric Gill to H. Cotton Minchin, concerning an engraving that Gill provided for "The Legion Book." That book was edited by Minchin and published in 1929, and contributions and illustrations were solicited from the leading writers and artists of the day, including Gill. In the letters, Gill discusses the details for the work to be done. One of the letters in the collection is from Gill to...

Earl of Normanton Papers

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Identifier: GTM-860102
Scope and Contents note The archives of James Charles Welbore Ellis Agar (1818 - 1896), 3rd Earl of Normanton, consisting of 3.0 linear feet of material, including correspondence, drawings, legal documents, and related printed items. This collection is of importance to art historians as well as to historians of English history and culture. It would be invaluable for any studies of the Agar family; 19th century London (especially the Victoria and Albert Museum and Kensingtron Park areas); English legal history; and the...

Violet Oakley Collection

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Identifier: GTM-830515
Content Description Letters; manuscripts; and printed ephemera, including exhibition catalogs pertaining to American artist and muralist Violet Oakley (1874-1961). Includes letters to Edith Emerson (1888-1981), American artist and Oakley's life-long partner. Correspondents include other artists: Maxwell Armfield and Charles Hopkinson, as well as architect William Penn Cresson. Collection includes 7 glass plate negatives (Box 2) and 8 black and white photographs (Folder 1:10) of Oakley's drawings of international...

Old Archives: Museum

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Identifier: GTA-000691

Old Archives: Paintings in Georgetown Collection

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Identifier: GTA-000655
Scope and Contents Old Archives numbers: 241-1, 241-2, 241-3, 241-4, 241-5, 241-6, 241-7. 259-1, 259-2, 259-3, 259-4, 259-5, 296A-1, 296A-2, 296A-3, 296A-4, 296A-5, 296A-6, 296A-7. Contains correspondence, clippings and photographs. Includes information about: "Calling of St. Matthew" by Luca Giordano (241-1); Van Dyke's "The Jesuit" (241-2); paintings of Mr. and Mrs. William Brent (241-3); mosaics, portraits of Cardinals, portrait of Elizabeth Dahlgren, portrait of William Duggan by James B. Murrin, "Descent...

Donald T. Powell Papers 2

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Identifier: GTM-090108
Scope and Contents note The Donald Powell Papers 2 represent a portion of the personal papers of Catholic intellectual Donald Powell. Of principal interest is a long run of letters from well renown American painter and teacher Carl Schmitt to Powell, regarding their long friendship, their writings, philosophy, Catholic issues, world events, politics, and mutual aquaintances. A manuscript of Powell's "Bennett Mather" is preserved in tact in this part of his papers. Likewise, many short typed manuscripts by Powell...

Frederick W. Rolfe, Baron Corvo Collection

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Identifier: GTM-141102.1
Content Description Secondary works relating to Baron Corvo, including correspondence from collectors such as Donald Weeks, manuscripts of papers about Corvo by various authors (some photocopied), printed ephemera, and photographs.

Marion Stancioff Papers

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Identifier: GTM-131113
Scope and Contents Manuscript notes and articles by Marion Stancioff on Catholicism and a range of humanitarian interests such as art, education, literature, philosophy, as well as economics and politics. Includes correspondence with friends in both English and French on many of the foregoing topics. Notable letters are from Dorothy Day, Anne Fremantle, and Ezra Pound. Family letters are also included.

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