Director's Files 1950-2000

Descriptive Summary

Repository:
Whitney Museum of American Art Archives
Creator:
Whitney Museum of American Art, Director's Office
Title:
Records of the Office of the Director
ID
WMAA.Archives.005
Dates: [inclusive]
1950-2000
Quantity:
51.25 cubic ft. (12 Hollinger Boxes,37 record cartons)
Language
English
Abstract:
The institutional records of four of the Whitney Museum of American Art's Directors.

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Biographical/Historical Note

The Whitney Museum of American Art has had ten directors or acting directors since its founding in 1930. The list below contain s all of the heads of the museum, although not all are represented in this collection.

Adam Weinberg 2003-Present

Maxwell Anderson 1998-2003

Willard Holmes (Acting Director) 1998

David A. Ross 1991-1998

Jennifer Russell (Acting Director) 1990-1991

Thomas N. Armstrong III 1974-1990

John I.H. Baur 1968-1974

Lloyd Goodrich 1958-1968

Hermon More 1948-1958

Juliana R. Force 1930-1948

These biographies represent the four directors whose papers are contained in this collection:

In 1929, as the Whitney Museum of American Art was being formed, director Juliana Force asked Lloyd Goodrich to join its staff as a writer. There, Goodrich finished the monograph on Thomas Eakins he had begun earlier. After the publication of Thomas Eakins: His Life and Work (1933), Goodrich worked closely with Force in administering the New York regional section of the first New Deal art program, the Public Works of Art Project (1933-34). He became the Research Curator in 1935, Associate Director in 1948, and Director in 1958 until 1968. During his time as Director, he expanded the Board of Trustees beyond the Whitney family and oversaw the Whitney’s move from its location at 22 West 54th Street to 945 Madison Avenue. At the Whitney, Goodrich organized many important exhibitions: American Genre: The Social Scene in Paintings and Prints (1935); Ralph Blakelock (1947); Albert Pinkham Rider (1947); Yasuo Kuniyoshi (1948); Edward Hopper (1950); Arshile Gorky (1951), and John Sloan (1952).

John I.H. Baur joined the Whitney Museum of American Art in 1952 as the Curator of Painting and Sculpture, a position he held until 1958. Exhibitions organized by Baur include, George Grosz (1954), Charles Burchfield (1956), and Morris Graves (1956), among others. Baur then served as Associate Director from 1958-1968 and as Director of the Whitney Museum from 1968-1974. During his time as Associate Director, Baur collaborated with architect Marcel Breuer to design the Museum’s building on Madison Avenue at 75th Street. Additionally, Baur worked to implement the Whitney’s education program and film and video program during the 1960s. In 1973, Baur created the first Whitney branch museum on Water Street. At the time of his death in 1987, Baur was a consultant for the Terra Museum of American Art in Chicago.

From 1974-90, Thomas N. Armstrong III served as Director for the Whitney Museum of American Art. During his tenure as Director, Armstrong is credited with building the Museum’s extensive permanent collection through acquisitions including Alexander Calder’s Circus, Jasper Johns’ Three Flags, and Frank Stella’s Die Fahne Hoch. The permanent collection grew from approximately 2000 works to 8500 works as a result of the museum’s extensive acquisitions initiative. Armstrong often emphasized the Museum’s holdings and permanent collection in exhibitions he organized. Various exhibitions include the retrospective exhibition of Jasper Johns (1977-78), Abstract Expressionism: The Formative Years (1978), and Andy Warhol: Portraits of the 70s (1979-80).

David A. Ross was appointed Director in 1991, succeeding Acting Director Jennifer Russell. At the Whitney, Ross curated an important retrospective exhibition of Bill Viola in 1998. Subsequently in 1998, Ross departed the Whitney Museum and joined the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art as Director.

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Scope and Content Note

The Director’s Files contain correspondence, memos, itineraries and other travel information, business plans, ephemera, exhibition notes, speeches and writings, research materials related to artists and exhibition planning, and published materials. All of these materials cover the tenure of each Director and some may also contain records from an individual’s time as curator or in another administrative position.

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Arrangement Note

Series I: Lloyd Goodrich

Series II: John I.H. Baur

Series III: Thomas N. Armstrong III

Series IV: David A. Ross

The Whitney Museum of American Art Director’s Files are arranged into four series organized by name of Director in chronological order. Within each series they are arranged according to their original order. Each folder was organized by the Office of the Director according to individual director’s personal arrangement schema. The files were accessioned with a complete folder list, and in summer and fall 2013 the folders were re-foldered, re-boxed and organized slightly to correct any small alphabetization errors. In cases where the materials were removed from large files or binders, multiple folders were created with the same title and each contains an indicator (e.g. 1 of 2) showing the order of the materials within the binder.

The papers of Directors Juliana Force and Hermon More and Acting Directors Jennifer Russell and Willard Holmes are not included in this collection for various factors. The papers can be found in other Whitney Museum of American Art archival collections and other institution's collections, links to those papers may be found below in the Related Materials Section. The papers of Maxwell Anderson and Adam Weinberg will not be processed until the 20-year restriction period is lifted.

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

 Whitney Museum of American Art, Frances Mulhall Achilles Library and Archives 1991-1996

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Controlled Access Headings

Genre(s)

  • Drawing, American--20th century
  • Painting, American

Geographic Name(s)

  • New York (N.Y.)

Personal Name(s)

  • Weinberg, Adam D.
  • Goodrich, Lloyd, 1897-1987
  • Force, Juliana 1876-1948
  • Baur, John I.H. (John Ireland Howe), 1909-1987
  • Armstrong, Tom, 1932-2011
  • Ross, David A., 1949-

Subject(s)

  • Art patrons--United States--Correspondence
  • Art, American--20th century
  • Art, American--20th century--Correspondence
  • Art, American--20th century--Exhibitions
  • Drawing, American--20th century--Exhibitions
  • Etching, American--20th century--Exhibitions
  • Painting, American--20th century--Exhibitions
  • Painting, American--Exhibitions
  • Art museums--United States--New York
  • Art patronage
  • Art, American--20th century--Sales
  • Art, Modern--19th century
  • Museums (buildings)

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Collection Inventory

Series I. Lloyd Goodrich Files   1917-1986,  (bulk 1940-1970)

box folder

Correspondence A  1950-1959 

1 1

Correspondence A  1950-1959 

1 2

Correspondence A  1960-1964 

1 3

Correspondence A  1965-1973 

1 4

Abrams History of American Painting  1944-1954 

1 5

Abrams Film Strip  1960 

1 6

Conference on Administration and Management in the Arts, 1965 December 8-9  1965 

1 7

American Association of Museums  1963-1971 

1 8

American Committee for Cultural Freedom Inc.  1952-1957 

1 9

Society of American Historians  1950-1958 

1 10

American Quarterly  1949-1954 

1 11

Society of American Studies  194901956 

1 12

Andover: Addison Gallery of American Art  1940-1959 

1 13

Archives of American Art  1957-1962 

1 14

Archives of American Art  1963-1975 

1 15

American Studies Association of Metropolitan New York  1952-1961 

1 16

Art Bulletin  1951-1960 

1 17

Armory Show Exhibition  1962-1963 

1 18

The Artist's New York Exhibition  1967 

1 19

International Art Film Festival  1952-1956 

1 20

Art in Embassies  1969 

1 21

Art Legislation-Art Dealers Association of America Inc.  1966 

1 22

Art News-Whitney Issue  1954 

1 23

Art Students League-Members Activities Committee  1963-1969 

1 24

Art Digest, Symposium: Freedom and Art 1954 March 1 

1 25

Artist's Ratings 1957-1962 

1 26

Associated Councils of the Arts 1966-1969 

1 27

Artists Technical Research Institute 1966-1969 

1 28

Artistic Freedom 1947-1964 

1 29

Artistic Freedom 1947-1964 

1 30

Correspondence B 1950-1952 

2 1

Correspondence B 1952-1955 

2 2

Correspondence B 1956-1960 

2 3

Correspondence B 1960-1961 

2 4

Correspondence B 1961-1964 

2 5

Correspondence B 1964-1966 

2 6

Correspondence B 1966-1973 

2 7

Correspondence Babcock Galleries 1938-1948 

2 8

Correspondence Bank Street School 1967-1968 

2 9

Correspondence Barnard College 1954-1955 

2 10

Correspondence Benton, William 1955-1966 

2 11

Correspondence Boston Arts Festival 1953 

2 12

Correspondence Boston Museum of Fine Arts 1950-1967 

2 13

Correspondence Brooklyn Museum 1950-1966 

2 14

Correspondence Brooks Memorial Art Gallery 1967-1969 

2 15

Between the Fairs: 25 Years of American Art 1962-1963 

2 16

Correspondence C 1950-1959 

2 17

Correspondence C 1960-1963 

2 18

Correspondence C 1964-1965 

2 19

Correspondence C 1966-1973 

2 20

Correspondence Cambridge, Fogg Art Museum 1938-1947 

2 21

Correspondence Canaday, John 1961-1963 

2 22

Caracas Museum 1958 

2 23

Correspondence Sylvia Carewe Foundation 1961-1967 

2 24

Carnegie Corporation 1967 

2 25

Censorship and Censorship in Art #1 Miscellaneous 1948-1951 

2 26

Censorship and Censorship in Art #1 Miscellaneous 1952-1955 

2 27

Censorship and Censorship in Art #2 Clippings 1949-1952 

2 28

Censorship and Censorship in Art #2 Clippings 1955-1959 

2 29

Center for Inter-American Relations 1967-1969 

2 30

Chicago: Art 1951-1967 

2 31

Cincinnati Art Institute 1942-1962 

2 32

Colby College 1963-1971 

2 33

Colby College Friends of Art 1962-1966 

2 34

Colby College Exhibition 1963 1961-1964 

3 1

Colby College Citation 1964 

3 2

Colby College Exhibition 1964 1963-1964 

3 3

College Art Association 1947-1952 

3 4

College Art Association 1953-1967 

3 5

Cooper Union 1963 

3 6

Commerce Trust Company Kansas City 1965 

3 7

Columbia University Sculpture 1963 

3 8

Columbia University 1948-1972 

3 9

University of Colorado 1964-1965 

3 10

Corcoran Gallery of Art 1961-1969 

3 11

Committee to Save Cooper Union Museum 1963-1967 

3 12

Core Exhibition 1964 

3 13

Core Exhibition 1965 

3 14

Core Exhibition 1966 

3 15

Cornell College, Iowa Degree for Mr. Goodrich 1963 

3 16

Cornell University 1952-1960 

3 17

Cornell University, 6th Festival of Contemporary Arts 1952 

3 18

Cultural Cruise 1962 

3 19

Customs Court Advisory Committee 1964 

3 20

Computers 1967 

3 21

Correspondence D 1960-1966 

3 22

Correspondence D 1950-1959 

3 23

Correspondence D 1967-1973 

3 24

Dallas Museum of Fine Arts 1955-1957 

3 25

Danes, Gibson 1952-1953 

3 26

University of Delaware 1954 

3 27

Detroit Institute of Arts 1950-1965 

3 28

Detroit and Chicago Visit 1961 

3 29

Dictionary of American Biography 1967-1968 

3 30

Dondero 1949-1956 

3 31

The Drawing Society 1959-1973 

3 32

The Drawings 1961-1963 

3 33

Drawings: Exhibition of at WMAA 1956-1958 

3 34

Drew University, Madison, NJ 1967-1969 

3 34

Correspondence E 1957-1971 

3 35

Donald Egbert 1947-1951 

3 36

Mr. Elp speech Reception 12/10/1963 1963 

3 37

Emergency Civil Liberties Committee 1958 

3 38

Expenses 1967-1964 

3 39

Correspondence F 1950-1959 

4 1

Correspondence F 1960-1973 

4 2

Federal Bar Association Symposium Forgery in Art 1/25/55 1955 

4 3

Federation of Modern Painters and Sculptors 1955-1962 

4 4

Fifth Avenue Lithographic Association 1962 

4 5

Finances 1960-1962 

4 6

Fleischman, Lawrence A.  1956-1966 

4 7

Fleischman Collection, Arizona 1963-1964 

4 8

Ford Foundation, Correspondence 1958-1970 

4 9

Ford Foundation, Judging 1958-1959 

4 10

Ford Foundation, Miscellaneous 1957-1958 

4 11

Ford Foundation Program 1964-1970 

4 12

Forgery 1963-1967 

4 13

New York State Council on the Arts Exhibition 40 Artists under 40 1962 

4 14

Fund for the Republic 1956-1958 

4 15

Correspondence G 1951-1959 

4 16

Correspondence G 1959-1967 

4 17

Correspondence G 1968-1973 

4 18

University of Georgia 1963-1969 

4 19

Goodrich Summer Rhode Island 1969 

4 20

Goodrich Congratulatory Letters 1958-1967 

4 21

Guggenheim Memorial Foundation 1946-1964 

4 22

Guggenheim Memorial Foundation 1965-1968 

4 23

Guggenheim International Award 1956 1956-1957 

4 24

Guggenheim International Award, Extra National Jury 1960 

4 25

Correspondence H 1950-1958 

4 26

Correspondence H 1959-1963 

4 27

Correspondence H 1964-1968 

4 28

Correspondence H 1969-1973 

4 29

Hartford, Huntington 1951-1956 

4 30

Huntington Hartford Foundation (inactive) 1951-1952 

4 31

Hartford, Wadsworth Athenaeum 1938-1955 

4 32

Hatch, John Davis 1938-1949 

4 33

Correspondence I 1951-1957 

4 34

Correspondence I 1958-1969 

4 35

Institute of International Education 1956-1957 

4 36

Internal Revenue Service 1964-1965 

4 37

International Association of Art Critics 1959-1970 

4 38

International Association of Plastic Arts 1961-1963 

4 39

IBM 1962-1964 

4 40

International Foundation for Art Research 1970-1973 

4 41

Invitations 1963-1970 

4 42

Correspondence J 1950-1969 

5 1

Correspondence K 1950-1964 

5 2

Correspondence K 1965-1970 

5 3

Karolik History 1952-1954 

5 4

Mrs. John F. Kennedy 1961-1966 

5 5

M. Knoedler and Co., Inc. 1942-1960 

5 6

S. Kreider  1962 

5 7

Correspondence L 1949-1956 

5 8

Correspondence L 1957-1963 

5 9

Correspondence L 1964-1971 

5 10

Life Controversy 1949 

5 11

Living Arts Foundation 1955-1958 

5 12

Los Angeles County Museum of Art Undated 

5 13

Correspondence M 1960s-1970s 

5 14

Correspondence M 1950s 

5 15

MacDowell Colony 1965-1970 

5 16

The Edward MacDowell Assoc., Inc. 1965-1970 

5 17

The MacMillan Company, Reports on MSS 1940-1948 

5 18

Pat Mandel: Homer Martin 1973 

5 19

Metropolitan Museum of Art 1959-1971 

5 20

Michigan Cultural Commission/Michigan Council for the Arts Undated 

5 21

Middendorf Fund 1965-1967 

5 22

Midwest Exhibition 1951 

5 23

Mrs. G. Macculloch Miller 1963-1966 

5 24

Mrs. Miller 1949-1952 

5 25

Milwaukee Art Institute 1949 

5 26

Minneapolis: Walker Art Center 1951-1961 

5 27

Miscellaneous information 1952-1958 

5 28

Montclair Art Museum 1940-1956 

5 29

Moscow: American National Exhibition 1959 

5 30

Moscow: American National Exhibition, 1959 1959-1960 

5 31

Moscow: American National Exhibition 1959 

5 32

Mount Holyoke 1953-1954 

6 1

Roland P. Murdock Collection 1954-1963 

6 2

Museum of Early American Folk Art 1966-1970 

6 3

Museums Council of New York City 1961-1970 

6 4

Museum Exhibition Association 1955-1960 

6 5

Correspondence N 1950s 

6 6

Correspondence N 1960-1962 

6 7

Correspondence N 1963-1971 

6 8

Art Materials Trade Association Speech: 1964 

6 9

NBC Agreement for Film 1966 

6 10

NBC Documentary 1965-1966 

6 11

National Committee 1966-1968 

6 12

National Council for Historic Sites and Buildings 1950 

6 13

National Gallery of Art 1965-1971 

6 14

National Sculpture Society 1952 

6 15

National Sculpture Society, Correspondence 1952 

6 16

New Haven: Yale University Art Gallery 1946-1949 

6 17

New School for Social Research 1962-1963 

6 18

New York Art International, 1967 1966-1967 

6 19

Board of Education of the City of New York, Advisory Committee on Art  1963 

6 20

New York, City College of  1956-1957 

6 21

New York Cultural Center 1969 

6 22

New York Cultural Showcase 1967-1969 

6 23

New York Housing Authority 1960-1965 

6 24

New York Institute of Fine Arts 1968-1971 

6 25

New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art 1941-1959 

6 26

New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art, Symposium 1951-1952 

6 27

New York: Museum of Modern Art 1950-1969 

6 28

New York: Office of Cultural Affairs 1964-1968 

6 29

New York: Outdoor Sculpture Show, Sculpture in Environment 1967 

6 30

New York State Association of Museums 1960-1967 

6 31

New York State Council on the Arts 1961-1967 

6 32

New York State Legislature (N.Y.S. Association of Museums) 1956-1964 

6 33

New York Worlds Fair, 1964 1960-1964 

6 34

Committee for Beautification of the City of New York 1965-1968 

6 35

Correspondence O 1951-1971 

7 1

Letters re: Opening of New Building 1966 

7 2

Outdoor Advertising, Inc. 1955-1957 

7 3

Correspondence P 1947-1957 

7 4

Correspondence P 1958-1974 

7 5

Parke-Bernet Galleries 1953-1962 

7 6

Pennsylvania State College 1952-1957 

7 7

Citation from Philadelphia Museum College of Art, Merit Award, June 8, 1964 1964 

7 8

Philadelphia: Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts 1951-1959 

7 9

Philadelphia: Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts 1960-1969 

7 10

Philadelphia: Philadelphia Museum of Art (inactive) 1950-1963 

7 11

Philadelphia: Philadelphia Museum of Art 1964-1969 

7 12

Pioneers of Modern Art in America 1963 

7 13

Pittsburgh: Carnegie Institute 1954-1958 

7 14

Print Program 1954-1958 

7 15

Provincetown Art Festival 1958 1958 

7 16

Public Education Association 1968 

7 17

Publishing Program 1955-1962 

7 18

Correspondence Ra-Ri 1950-1959 

7 19

Correspondence Ra-Ri 1960-1972 

7 20

Correspondence Ro-Ry 1950-1959 

7 21

Correspondence Ro-Ry 1960-1971 

7 22

Radio Broadcasts, Correspondence 1950-1966 

7 23

Research Program Proposal 1965 

7 24

Richard and Dorothy Rogers Fund, Restricted 1966 

7 25

Correspondence Sa-Sc 1950-1959 

7 26

Correspondence Sa-Sc 1960-1970 

7 27

Correspondence Se-Sl 1950-1959 

7 28

Correspondence Se-Sl 1960-1970 

7 29

Correspondence Sm-Sy 1950-1959 

7 30

Correspondence Sm-Sy 1960-1978 

7 31

San Francisco Art Association 1960-1962 

7 32

San Francisco Art Festival 1950-1951 

7 33

San Francisco Art Festival  1950 

7 34

San Francisco Museum of Art (inactive) 1949-1958 

7 35

Sandak Inc 1959-1966 

7 36

Mrs. Jimmy Savo 1961-1964 

7 37

Scenic Hudson Presentation 1967-1968 

7 38

Sculpture Annual 1966 1964-1966 

7 39

Sculpture Grant 1956 

7 40

Sculptors Guild, Foundation Grant 1965 

7 41

SEDF (formerly CORE) 1966-1968 

8 1

Senate Finance Committee 1969 

8 2

Shorewood Reproductions 1965-1968 

8 3

Slides, Mayer, Francis G. 1952-1954 

8 4

Slides-Correspondence, Miscellaneous 1951-1966 

8 5

Smith College 1948-1968 

8 6

Smith College Museum of Art (inactive) 1951-1959 

8 7

Society of American Graphic Artists 1963-1967 

8 8

Correspondence T 1940-1973 

8 9

Correspondence T 1961-1969 

8 10

Tax Deductions on Works of Art, Clippings 1962 

8 11

Television 1951-1966 

8 12

Texas and Michigan 1955-1956 

8 13

Titanic Memorial 1966 

8 14

Correspondence U 1950-1970 

8 15

UNICEF 1966-1968 

8 16

Union Theological Seminary 1952 

8 17

U.S. Government Printing Office 1955-1959 

8 18

USIA, Correspondence 1955-1967 

8 19

USIA, Book 1967-1969 

8 20

USIA, 3 Centuries Book 1967-1969 

8 21

U.S. Information Agency Collection, American Watercolors 1954 

8 22

USIA 1956, Clippings 1956 

8 23

Utica: Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute 1951-1958 

8 24

Correspondence V 1950-1967 

8 25

Viewings 1956-1959 

8 26

Village Art Center 1952-1954 

8 27

Voice of America (USIA) Forum Series of Lectures 1960 

8 28

Correspondence W 1950-1954 

8 29

Correspondence W 1954-1958 

8 30

Correspondence W 1958-1964 

8 31

Correspondence W 1964-1973 

8 32

Wadsworth Athenaeum 1959-1965 

8 33

Washington: National Collection of Fine Arts 1940-1970 

8 34

Washington: National Gallery of Art 1950-1962 

8 35

Washington: Corcoran Gallery of Art 1950-1959 

8 36

Washington: Corcoran Gallery of Art, Symposium 1950 

8 37

White House 1961-1965 

8 38

Whos Who 1963-1967 

9 1

Wichita-Murdock College 1968-1969 

9 2

Wildenstein and Co. 1949-1957 

9 3

Wheeler Williams Correspondence 1956 

9 4

WNYC American Art Festival 1951 

9 5

WNYC American Art Festival 1952 

9 6

Worcester Art Museum 1955-1964 

9 7

Worlds Fair 1964 

9 8

Worlds Fair, NY 1965 

9 9

Correspondence X-Y-Z 1950-1970 

9 10

Yale Symposium on City Planning 1942-1954 

9 11

Yale University Press 1964 

9 12

Homer Graphics Survey-Correspondence 1968 

10 1

Homer Graphics Survey-Agenda 1968 

10 2

Homer Graphics Exhibition Survey 1968 

10 3

Homer Graphics Exhibition Survey, No answers 1968 

10 4

Homer Exhibition 1973, Photography 1973 

10 5

Homer Exhibition, Installation 1972-1973 

10 6

Homer Exhibition, Publicity 1973 

10 7

Homer Exhibition Catalogue, General 1972-1973 

10 8

Homer Exhibition Catalogue, Front Matter 1973 

10 9

Homer Exhibition, Photos, B & W 1972 

10 10

Homer Book 1973 

10 11

Winslow Homer Exhibition, Refusals and no answers 1972-1973 

10 12

Homer Exhibition, Agenda 1967-1973 

10 13

Macmillan 1944 Homer Book, Production 1942-1944 

10 14

Macmillan, Publicity (W.H.) 1944 

10 15

Eakins: Ownership, Agenda 1944-1970 

10 16

Eakins Owner Cards - Copies 9/69 1969 

10 17

Illustrations 1970/1, Prep for publication 1970-1971 

10 18

Eakins Catalogue and Book copies 1970 1968-1970 

10 19

Eakins Exhibition Catalogue Text, 1970, Handwritten version 1970 

10 20

Eakins Exhibition Correspondence 1970 

10 21

Eakins Installation 1970 

10 22

Eakins Exhibition Catalog, 1970s draft 1970 

10 23

Eakins Catalogue, Printing 1970 

10 24

Homer Exhibition, Requests for Loans, Yes  1973 

10 25

Homer Exhibition, Requests for Loans, Yes  1973 

10 26

Homer Exhibition, Requests for Loans, Yes  1973 

10 27

Homer Exhibition, Requests for Loans, Refused  1973 

10 28

Homer Exhibition, Catalogue Drafts 1973 

11 1

Homer Exhibition, Catalogue Drafts 1973 

11 2

Homer Exhibition, Writings by Lloyd Goodrich undated 

11 3

Homer Exhibition, Writings by Others undated 

11 4

Homer Exhibition, Notes by Lloyd Goodrich undated 

11 5

Homer Catalogue Pages undated 

11 6

Homer Catalogue Pages undated 

11 7

Homer Exhibition, Lists 1973 

11 8

Homer Exhibition, Opening 1973 

11 9

Homer, Cooper Hewitt Exhibition 1972 

11 10

Thomas Eakins 1937-1970 

11 11

Thomas Eakins 1930s, undated 

11 12

Thomas Eakins 1940s 

11 13

Thomas Eakins 1950s 

11 14

Thomas Eakins 1960s 

11 15

Thomas Eakins 1970-1971 

11 16

Winslow Homer Correspondence 1936-1969 

11 17

Winslow Homer Correspondence 1936-1969 

11 18

Winslow Homer Correspondence 1936-1969 

11 19

Winslow Homer Correspondence 1936-1969 

11 20

Winslow Homer Correspondence 1936-1969 

11 21

Winslow Homer Correspondence 1936-1969 

11 22

Winslow Homer Correspondence 1936-1969 

11 23

Winslow Homer Correspondence 1936-1969 

11 24

Winslow Homer Correspondence 1936-1969 

11 25

Winslow Homer Correspondence 1936-1969 

11 26

Winslow Homer, The Milch Galleries 1938-1949 

12 1

Winslow Homer, Minneapolis Institute of Arts 1936-1941 

12 2

Winslow Homer, William Macbeth 1936-1953 

12 3

Winslow Homer Lecture Correspondence 1936-1939 

12 4

Walker Art Center Exhibit 1944-1947 

12 5

Winslow Homer Correspondence 1936 

12 6

Harold Weston 1973-1977 

12 7

WMAA, Flora Biddle undated 

12 8

WMAA-Archival Research Request to LG 1986 

12 9

WMAA Building program 1982 

12 10

WMAA Symposium 1933 

12 11

WMAA (Retirement) 1967 

12 12

WMAA 1969-1979 

12 13

To be photocopied 1956 

12 14

WMAA 1981-1986 

12 15

WMAA 1985-1986 

12 16

Wyeth Endowment  1967-1983 

12 17

Wyeth Endowment  1975-1979 

12 18

Correspondence: USIA 1952-1973 

12 19

Gifts - offers not accepted 1955-1968 

12 20

Gifts to Building Fund 1963-1969 

12 21

Gifts of Work - Accepted 1957-1970 

12 22

WMAA Trustees - Building Committee 1961-1965 

12 23

Gifts and Purchases offered 1964-1967 

12 24

Dunnington, Bartholow and Miller 1962-1967 

13 1

Whitney Museum 1964-1970 

13 2

Financial Statements 1970 

13 3

Acquisitions 1963-1968 

13 4

Annual 1967-1968 

13 5

Development 1967 

13 6

Foundations 1966-1967 

13 7

Staff Meetings 1961-1968 

13 8

Admission Charges 1962-1966 

13 9

Friends Exhibition Committee, 1965 1963-1965 

13 10

Friends Publications Committee 1960-1967 

13 11

WMAA Trustees - Nominating Committee 1962-1969 

13 12

Friends - General 1965-1970 

13 13

Friends - Exhibition Committee 1962-1963 

13 14

Friends - Exhibition (past) 1958-1959 

13 15

Friends - Directors Meeting  1962 May 5 

13 16

Friends of the Whitney Museum , List of Committees 1960-1962 

13 17

Friends of the Whitney Museum, Organization 1956-1957 

13 18

Friends of the Whitney Museum, Outlines and Prospectus 1953-1956 

13 19

Friends of the Whitney Museum, Publicity 1957-1958 

13 20

Friends Trust Fund undated 

13 21

Friends of the Whitney Museum, Acquisitions Committee 1959-1963 

13 22

Exhibition of Permanent Collection 1966-1967 

13 23

Exhibition of Permanent Collection 1967 February 

13 24

Breuer Building, Publicity 1963-1964 

13 25

Breuer Building, Capital Campaign 1963-1964 

13 26

Breuer Building, Cornerstone Ceremony 1964 

13 27

Acquisitions 1953-1963 

13 28

Friends of the Whitney Museum, General Information 1958-1964 

13 29

Friends of the Whitney Museum Acquisitions Committee (past) 1957-1965 

13 30

Fundraising 1961-1964 

13 31

Janis, Sidney, 1961 1961 

13 32

Blakelock 1937-1984 

13 33

Blakelock 1937-1984 

13 34

Ryder 1936-1937 

13 35

Ryder book: To Be Notified 1946-1959 

13 36

Cresmer, William T. 1937-1939 

13 37

Jones, Mrs. Carlyle 1917-1949 

13 38

Martin, Alastair Bradley 1956-1958 

13 39

Ryder, Albert 1938-1970 

14 1

Ryder, Albert 1937-1967 

14 2

Ryder, Albert 1950-1959 

14 3

Ryder, Albert 1950-1959 

14 4

Ryder, Albert 1940-1949 

14 5

Ryder, Albert 1940-1949 

14 6

Kuniyoshi, Yasuo 1960-1970 

14 7

National Council for U.S. Art 1953-1956 

14 8

Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney, 50th Anniversary, 1964 1964 

14 9

Mrs. Whitney, 50th Anniversary, 1964, Public Relations 1964-1965 

14 10

Article on Whitney Museum, Magazine of Art 1946 November 

14 11

The Whitney Museum (Talks at Palm Beach and Arts Club of Chicago) 1962 

14 12

WMAA, Art in America, 1966 1966 

14 13

WMAA Article 1969 

14 14

The Whitneys Battle for U.S. Art, Art News, special WM Issue 1954 

14 15

Whitney Review 1966 

14 16

South American Loan Exhibition 1941-1942 

14 17

South American Loan Exhibition 1941-1942 

14 18

Brussels Worlds Fair Exhibition 1957-1958 

14 19

Text General Plan 1971-1972 

14 20

Marsh Book-Abrams 1967-1971 

14 21

Chapter 1-Discarded 1967-1972 

14 22

Chapter 2-Discarded 1967-1973 

14 23

Chapter 3-Discarded 1967-1974 

14 24

Chapter 4-Discarded 1967-1975 

14 25

Chapter 5-Discarded 1936-1970 

14 26

Chapter 3-Murals 1967-1975 

14 27

Marsh: Abrams Book 1971-1975 

15 1

MS Originals 1972 

15 2

Typescript-Carbon # 1 1972 

15 3

Marsh Book: Illustrations 1972 

15 4

Marsh Book: University of Arizona 1968-1969 

15 5

Color Reproductions Undated 

15 6

Marsh: From Bunny Snow 1969 

15 7

Marsh: Magazines - Originals Undated 

15 8

Marsh, Reginald: Bibliography for Book 1972 

15 9

Marsh, Felicia Undated 

15 10

Books (Xerox copies) Undated 

15 11

Marsh: Periodicals, Xeroxes -1 Undated 

15 12

Marsh: Periodicals, Xeroxes-2 Undated 

15 13

William Benton 1968-1972 

15 14

Marsh: Negatives from Life Undated 

15 15

Sketchbooks Undated 

15 16

Marsh: Sasowsky, Correspondence Undated 

15 17

Marsh Bequest 1979 

15 18

Marsh, LG Writings 1955-1976 

15 19

WMAA Exhibition Schedule 1960-1964 

15 20

Staff 1961-1967 

15 21

Acquisitions  1966-1971 

15 22

Sully 1965-1969 

15 23

Garbisch Collection 1968-1969 

15 24

Rosalind Irvine Fund 1965-1968 

15 25

Correspondence 1953-1969 

15 26

Sculpture Survey 1953-1970 

15 27

Notes: Various Collections (Ratings, etc.) 1965-1969 

15 28

Tate Gallery Exhibition undated 

15 29

Impressionist Exhibition 1960-1973 

15 30

Staff Meetings (Past) 1955-1961 

15 31

Lipman Foundation 1965 

15 32

Miscellaneous 1964-1966 

15 33

New York Foundation 1955-1961 

15 34

Neysa McMein Memorial Fund 1955-1959 

15 35

Annual- Sculpture  1966 

15 36

Acquisitions (Past) 1956-1963 

15 37

Acquisitions 1955-58 1955-1958 

15 38

Staff Positions applied for  1963-1966 

15 39

Staff Positions offered 1963-1966 

15 40

Staff 1963-1968 

15 41

Bowen & Gurin, Inc. 1963-1965 

15 42

Lloyd Goodrich: Committee on Government and Art undated 

16 1

Moscow Exhibition, Karen Holtzman 1959-1983 

16 2

American Academy of Arts and Letters 1979 

16 3

Blakelock Article, American Art Journal 1956 

16 4

The Circus in Paint undated 

16 5

Jane De Hart Mathews- Modern Art as Communist Conspiracy undated 

16 6

Simon Dinnerstein Correspondence 1977-1983 

16 7

Encyclopedia of American Art, Eakins, Homer, Ryder 1971 

16 8

Halpert Foundation 1976-1982 

16 9

Halpert Foundation undated 

16 10

Halpert Foundation undated 

16 11

Halpert Foundation undated 

16 12

Juley Negatives, NMAA 1982-1983 

16 13

Correspondence and Photographs-Reginald Marsh Authentications 1978-1986 

16 14

Kuniyoshi 1986 

16 15

National Collection of Fine Arts 1969 

16 16

MFA 1982-1984 

16 17

National Museum of American Art 1984-1986 

16 18

NCFA, etc. 1970-1976 

16 19

Religion and Art Committee 1979-1986 

16 20

Reviews, Merch, Soyo, etc. 1972-1973 

16 21

Shuberts LG File 1977-1982 

16 22

Skowhegan Dinner 1972 

16 23

Swann Foundation 1981-1986 

16 24

Ruby Foundation 1984-1986 

16 25

Ruby Foundation 1982-1986 

16 26

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Series II. John Baur Files   1940-1987,  (bulk 1950-1975)

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Correspondence: A  1952-1954 

1 1

Correspondence: A  1955-1961 

1 2

Correspondence: A  1962-1964 

1 3

Correspondence: A 1965 

1 5

Correspondence: A  1966-1967 

1 5

Correspondence: A 1968 

1 6

Correspondence: A 1969 

1 7

Correspondence: A 1970 

1 8

Correspondence: A 1971 

1 9

Correspondence: A 1972 

1 10

Correspondence: A 1973 

1 11

Correspondence: A 1974 

1 12

Correspondence: Aldrich, Larry L.  1966-1969 

1 13

Correspondence: B  1952-1959 

1 14

Correspondence: B  1960-1970 

1 15

Correspondence: B 1971 

1 16

Correspondence: B 1972 

2 1

Correspondence: B  1973-1974 

2 2

Correspondence: Bryant, Edward A.  1961-1971 

2 3

Correspondence: C  1953-1957 

2 4

Correspondence: C  1959-1962 

2 5

Correspondence: C  1965-1970 

2 6

Correspondence: C  1971-1974 

2 7

Correspondence: D  1956-1967 

2 8

Correspondence: D  1968-1975 

2 9

Correspondence: E  1967-1974 

2 10

Correspondence: F  1961-1973 

2 11

Correspondence: G  1954-1974 

2 12

Correspondence: H  1953-1959 

3 1

Correspondence: H  1960-1969 

3 2

Correspondence: H  1970-1974 

3 3

Correspondence: I  1954-1971 

3 4

Correspondence: J  1967-1973 

3 5

Correspondence: K  1952-1969 

3 6

Correspondence: K  1970-1974 

3 7

Correspondence: L  1952-1967 

3 8

Correspondence: L  1970-1973 

3 9

Correspondence: M  1957-1965 

3 10

Correspondence: M  1967-1969 

3 11

Correspondence: M  1970-1974 

3 12

Correspondence: N  1953-1959 

3 13

Correspondence: N  1963-1970 

3 14

Correspondence: N  1971-1973 

3 15

Correspondence: O  1953-1966 

4 1

Correspondence: O  1968-1974 

4 2

Correspondence: P  1952-1969 

4 3

Correspondence: P  1970-1973 

4 4

Correspondence: Q-R  1952-1960 

4 5

Correspondence: Q-R  1962-1969 

4 6

Correspondence: Q-R  1970-1971 

4 7

Correspondence: Q-R 1972 

4 8

Correspondence: Q-R  1973-1974 

4 9

Correspondence: S  1953-1960 

4 10

Correspondence: S  1961-1969 

4 11

Correspondence: S 1970 

4 12

Correspondence: S 1971 

4 13

Correspondence: S 1972 

4 14

Correspondence: S 1973 

4 15

Correspondence: S 1974 

4 16

Correspondence: T  1954-1967 

5 1

Correspondence: T  1968-1969 

5 2

Correspondence: T  1970-1971 

5 3

Correspondence: T  1972-1974 

5 4

Correspondence: U  1959-1969 

5 5

Correspondence: U  1970-1974 

5 6

Correspondence: V  1952-1969 

5 7

Correspondence: V  1970-1975 

5 8

Correspondence: W  1953-1955 

5 9

Correspondence: W  1956-1959 

5 10

Correspondence: W  1961-1969 

5 11

Correspondence: W 1970 

5 12

Correspondence: W 1971 

5 13

Correspondence: W 1972 

5 14

Correspondence: W 1973 

5 15

Correspondence: W 1974 

5 16

Correspondence: X-Y-Z  1961-1969 

5 17

Correspondence: X-Y-Z  1970-1974 

5 18

J. Baur: Biographical information, bibliography  1959-1987 

6 1

J. Baur: Disposition of Whitney Office/Apartment Contents  1988-1990 

6 2

J. Baur: Request for opinions on authenticity of works of art Undated 

6 3

J. Baur: Requests to review other writers Undated 

6 4

J. Baur: Retirement Speech, WMAA Retirement Policies, Inquiries  1964-1974 

6 5

J. Baur: Statements on WMAA (The WMAA...its philosophy...its present scope...its plans for the future) Undated 

6 6

Abrams Filmstrip Project  1958-1961 

6 7

American Association of Museums (& AAM Accreditation Commission)  1952-1972 

6 8

American Federation of Arts  1970-1972 

6 9

American Folk Art Museum 1967 

6 10

Architectural Graphics 1968 

6 11

Architectural League of New York: Proposed Exhibition: Architecture of Speed 1971 

6 12

Architectural League of New York: Proposed Exhibition: American Architectural Drawings 1974-1975 

6 13

Architecture Committee  1972-1973 

6 14

Art Workers Coalition/Women Artists in Revolution  1969-1971 

6 15

Articles for Art in America: Old Talent/New Talent  1956-1960 

6 16

Artists (miscellaneous)  1968-1969 

6 17

Artists Equity Association  1971-1973 

6 18

Arts Fleet Exhibition (Douglas MacAgy)  1970-1971 

6 19

Associated Councils of the Arts  1968-1973 

6 20

Auditorium Construction: Breuer Building  1965-1966 

6 21

Black Emergency Cultural Coalition, Black Artists & Mus/Black History&Culture, Finch Coll. 1968-1971 

6 22

Business Committe for the Arts  1970-1972 

6 23

Center for Inter-American Relations (Museum Directors Conference) 1972 

7 1

Chateau de la Napoule  1961-1962 

7 2

Chicago Art Institute (Correspondence with Katherine Kuh, Daniel Catton Rich, Frederick Sweet)  1953-1959 

7 3

Christmas cards  1940-1963 

7 4

Chronographs 1968 

7 5

Chryssa's "The Gate" (Repairs)  1967-1968 

7 6

Collection: Acquisitions and exchanges 1966-1971 

7 7

Collection: Acquisitions and exchanges: lists and policies  1953-1960 

7 8

Collection: General information  1954-1969 

7 9

Collection: Indefinite loans, disposal  1958-1959 

7 10

Collection: Prints (Proposal) 1967 

7 11

Collection: Sales/Deaccessions  1953-1970 

7 12

Collectors' Dinner: Contemporary Black American Artists 1971 April 19 

7 13

College Art Association  1967-1973 

7 14

Complaints regarding buildings, exhibitions: etc.  1960-1974 

7 15

Computer Network Project  1967-1971 

7 16

Concerned Citizens for the Arts  1970-1971 

7 17

Correspondence: re: Karolik Collection  1952-1964 

7 18

Directors Discretionary Fund 1973 

7 19

Ecological posters: Save Our Planet (E Trova, B Fuller, O'Keeffe, Lichteinstein, Steichen, Calder) Undated 

7 20

Edith Halpert American Folk Art Collection circa 1972 

7 21

Emergency Cultural Government (includes correspondence with Robert Morris) 1970 

7 22

Ford Foundation Program: Monographs  1962-1963 

8 1

Ford Foundation Purchase Program: Annuals  1961-1963 

8 2

Ford Foundation Travel program, reports: Elke Solomon  1970-1971 

8 3

Ford Foundation Travel program, reports: Baur  1967-1969 

8 4

Ford Foundation Travel program, reports: James Monte  1970-1971 

8 5

Ford Foundation Travel program, reports: John Gordon 1968 

8 6

Ford Foundation Travel program, reports: Marcia Tucker  1969-1970 

8 7

Ford Foundation Travel program, reports: Robert M. Doty  1967-1968 

8 8

Ford Foundation Travel program, reports: Robert M. Doty  1969-1972 

8 9

Ford Foundation Travel program , reports: William C. Agee  1966-1968 

8 10

Ford Foundation, Studies in the Creative Arts  1960-1963 

8 11

Ford Foundation, Travel Program: General correspondence, Artists to Investigate  1966-1969 

8 12

Ford Foundation, Travel Program: General instructions, Lists  1966-1969 

8 13

Ford Foundation, Travel Program: Grant  1963-1971 

8 14

Ford Foundation, Travel Program: Grant, Reports  1966-1971 

8 15

Ford Foundation: Division of Humanities and Arts  1968-1972 

8 16

Ford Foundation: General  1961-1971 

8 17

Ford Foundation: Program for reporters, editors and critics  1964-1965 

8 18

Foundation Support: Applications 1973 

8 19

Foundations  1965-1969 

8 20

Frederick A. Praeger, Inc: correspondence  1956-1970 

8 21

Ford Foundation Travel Program-Evaluations  1956-1970 

8 22

Friends of the Whitney Museum (FWMAA): Acquisitions Committee  1960-1961 

9 1

Friends: Activities and special events Undated 

9 2

Friends: Council  1967-1969 

9 3

Friends: Council 1973 

9 4

Friends: Council: Special Projects  1967-1968 

9 5

Friends: General information  1964-1972 

9 6

Friends: Loan Exhibition: Subcommittee 1961 

9 7

Friends: Reorganization 1967 

9 8

Friends: Special Events Committee  1967-1969 

9 9

Funding: Travel Program  1971-1972 

9 10

Gimbels department store (uptown): Lectures  1972-1973 

9 11

Gordon, John: Curator  1959-1969 

9 12

Governor Rockefeller: Bill Aid to the Arts  1970-1971 

9 13

Grass Roots Arts Show: Proposed Exhibition, Correspondence  1967-1972 

9 14

Greater New York Fund  1942-1969 

9 15

Guerrilla Art Action Group: Moratorium (Vietnam War) 1969 

9 16

Historic Art Committee: Minutes  1968-1969 

9 17

Historical American Art & Field of Prints  circa 1966-1967 

9 18

I.B.M. Gallery  1962-1967 

9 19

ISP  1974-1975 

9 20

Kantack, W. Byron (WMAA lawyer)  1965-1969 

9 21

Lawrence Fleishman Collection 1964 

9 22

Library (WMAA)  1965-1970 

9 23

Lipman, Jean, Editor of publications (WMAA)  1970-1971 

9 24

Machine and Modern Art: Proposed Exhibition and Essay  circa 1957 

9 25

MacMillan Company  1954-1968 

9 26

MIT alumni party  1971-1972 

9 27

Mme. Leal, Robert K. Lindell  1963-1972 

9 28

Mr. Meshulam Riklis 1969 

9 29

Museum Memos and Misc. Correspondence  1969-1974 

9 30

Museum problems Undated 

9 31

Museums Attendance Report (NYC) 1967 

9 32

National Committee  1966-1967 

9 33

Neuberger Collection, Roy and Marie (restricted) 1964 

9 34

New Forms of the Evolving City (Cancelled Exhibition)  1967-1968 

10 1

New York Art Strike (Prostesting Vietnam War) 1970 

10 2

New York City Parks, Recreation and Cultural Affairs Administration 1969-1970 

10 3

New York Times: re: Art Reviews  1966-1971 

10 4

Offers of works of Art  1963-1975 

10 5

Oklahoma Art Center: Jury 1969 

10 6

Olana [Frederick Church estate]  1965-1971 

10 7

Paintings for Sale  1973-1974 

10 8

Pepsico, Inc. Purchase NY 1972 November 15 

10 9

Policy: Museum  1958-1973 

10 10

Price Waterhouse  1967-1970 

10 11

Print Council of America  1959-1961 

10 12

Proposed Exhibitions  1952-1968 

10 13

Publication Grant: Ford Foundation  1956-1958 

10 14

Publication Grant: Rockefeller Foundation and general  1955-1956 

10 15

Publications Fund  1958-1960 

10 16

Publications Grant: Carnegie Corp. 1957 

10 17

Public Relations: Controversies with Artists 1960s-1970s 

10 18

Sales Desk  1965-1969 

11 1

Sculpture Fund Grant Undated 

11 2

Shorewood Press  1962-1963 

11 3

Staff Meetings  1969-1971 

11 4

Staff Meetings 1972 

11 5

Staff Meetings 1973 

11 6

Staff Meetings 1974 

11 7

State Department U.S.  1962-1965 

11 8

Summer Foundation Purchase Awards  1960-1964 

11 9

Tax Legislation-Museums  1969-1970 

11 10

Television WN: Captions 1960 

11 11

Thefts: Gladys Nilsson painting 1973 

11 12

Tour of the Breuer building  1966-1967 

11 13

Trustees: Minutes 1974 

11 14

Union Agreement AFL-CIO 1967 

11 15

United Fund: Section Chairman 1971 

11 16

United States Information Agency: American Vanguard Painting Exhibition: Poland/Yugoslavia  1960-1962 

11 17

Victorian Arts Centre, Australia  1968-1974 

11 18

Waldman Foundation 1962 

11 19

White House  1964-1970 

11 20

Whitney Review  1960-1961 

11 21

Whitney Review  1961-1962 

11 22

Whitney Review 1962-1963 

11 23

Whitney Review 1963-1964 

11 24

Wildenstein Gallery, WMAA Benefit Exhibition 1952 February 

11 25

WNYC American Art Festival 1953 

11 26

John Baur Undated 

12 1

John Baur Memorial (10.5.1987) 1987 October 15 

12 2

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Series III. Tom Armstrong Files   1917-1986,  (bulk 1940-1970)

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Chron People Files, alphabetical 1974 January-September 

1 1

Chron People Files, alphabetical 1974 January-September 

1 2

Chron People Files, alphabetical 1974 January-September 

1 3

Chron People Files, alphabetical 1974 January-September 

1 4

Chron Rabbit Files, alphabetical 1982 January-April 

1 5

Chron Rabbit Files, alphabetical 1982 January-April 

1 6

Chron Rabbit Files, alphabetical 1982 January-April 

1 7

Chron Rabbit Files, alphabetical 1982 May-August 

1 8

Chron Rabbit Files, alphabetical 1982 May-August 

1 9

Chron Rabbit Files, alphabetical 1982 May-August 

1 10

Chron Rabbit Files, alphabetical 1982 May-August 

1 11

The Tom and Jennifer Summer of 1985 Garden, Public Relations 1985 

1 12

Incoming Checks 1987-1989 

1 13

Memos before 1988 June 1 1986-1988 

1 14

Memos after 1988 June 1 1988-1989 

1 15

Chron Rabbit Files, alphabetical 1980 July-October 

1 16

Chron Rabbit Files, alphabetical 1980 July-October 

1 17

Chron Rabbit Files, alphabetical 1980 July-October 

1 18

Chron Rabbit Files, alphabetical 1980 November-1981 February 

1 19

Chron Rabbit Files, alphabetical 1980 November-1981 February 

1 20

Chron Rabbit Files, alphabetical 1980 November-1981 February 

1 21

Chron Rabbit Files, alphabetical 1982 September-1982 November 

1 22

Chron Rabbit Files, alphabetical 1982 September-1982 November 

1 23

Chron Rabbit Files, alphabetical 1982 September-1982 November 

1 24

Chron Rabbit Files, alphabetical 1982 December-1983 January 

1 25

Chron Rabbit Files, alphabetical 1983 December-1983 January 

1 26

Chron Rabbit Files, alphabetical 1984 December-1983 January 

1 27

Chron Rabbit Files, alphabetical 1979 May-1979 December 

2 1

Chron Rabbit Files, alphabetical 1979 May-1979 December 

2 2

Chron Rabbit Files, alphabetical 1979 May-1979 December 

2 3

Chron Rabbit Files, alphabetical 1979 May-1979 December 

2 4

Chron Rabbit Files, alphabetical 1980 January-1980 June 

2 5

Chron Rabbit Files, alphabetical 1980 January-1980 June 

2 6

Chron Rabbit Files, alphabetical 1980 January-1980 June 

2 7

Chron Rabbit Files, alphabetical 1980 January-1980 June 

2 8

Correspondence A 1974-1984 

2 9

Correspondence I 1982-1986 

2 10

Correspondence L 1980-1985 

2 11

Correspondence Mc 1980-1985 

2 12

Correspondence M 1976-1985 

2 13

Correspondence N 1980-1985 

2 14

Correspondence O 1980-1986 

2 15

Correspondence P 1980-1985 

2 16

Correspondence Q Undated 

2 17

Correspondence R 1980-1986 

2 18

Correspondence S 1980-1985 

2 19

Correspondence T 1980-1986 

2 20

Correspondence U 1983-1986 

2 21

Correspondence V 1980-1986 

2 22

Correspondence W 1975-1986 

2 23

Correspondence X-Y-Z 1982-1986 

2 24

Chron Rabbit Files, alphabetical 1978 January-May 

2 25

Chron Rabbit Files, alphabetical 1978 January-May 

2 26

Chron Rabbit Files, alphabetical 1978 January-May 

2 27

Chron Rabbit Files, alphabetical 1978 June-December 

2 28

Chron Rabbit Files, alphabetical 1978 June-December 

2 29

Chron Rabbit Files, alphabetical 1978 June-December 

2 30

Chron Rabbit Files, alphabetical 1978 November-1979 June 

2 31

Chron Rabbit Files, alphabetical 1978 November-1979 June 

2 32

Chron Rabbit Files, alphabetical 1978 November-1979 June 

3 1

Chron Rabbit Files, alphabetical 1978 November-1979 June 

3 2

Chron Rabbit Files, alphabetical 1981 March-July 

3 3

Chron Rabbit Files, alphabetical 1981 March-July 

3 4

Chron Rabbit Files, alphabetical 1981 March-July 

3 5

Chron Rabbit Files, alphabetical 1981 August-December 

3 6

Chron Rabbit Files, alphabetical 1981 August-December 

3 7

Chron Rabbit Files, alphabetical 1981 August-December 

3 8

Chron Rabbit Files, alphabetical 1984 January-September 

3 9

Chron Rabbit Files, alphabetical 1984 January-September 

3 10

Chron Rabbit Files, alphabetical 1984 January-September 

3 11

Chron Rabbit Files, alphabetical 1984 October-1985 March 

3 12

Chron Rabbit Files, alphabetical 1984 October-1985 March 

3 13

Chron Rabbit Files, alphabetical 1984 October-1985 March 

3 14

Chron Rabbit Files, alphabetical 1985 August-1986 February 

3 15

Chron Rabbit Files, alphabetical 1985 August-1986 February 

3 16

Chron Rabbit Files, alphabetical 1985 August-1986 February 

3 17

Chron Rabbit Files, alphabetical 1985 August-1986 February 

3 18

Chron Rabbit Files, alphabetical 1986 March-1986 June 

3 19

Chron Rabbit Files, alphabetical 1986 March-1986 June 

3 20

Chron Rabbit Files, alphabetical 1986 March-1986 June 

3 21

Rabbit Files 1986 October-November 

3 22

Chron Rabbit Files, alphabetical 1985 April-July 

3 23

Chron Rabbit Files, alphabetical 1985 April-July 

3 24

Chron Rabbit Files, alphabetical 1985 April-July 

3 25

Chron Rabbit Files, alphabetical 1986 July-November 

4 1

Chron Rabbit Files, alphabetical 1986 July-November 

4 2

Chron Rabbit Files, alphabetical 1986 July-November 

4 3

Chron Rabbit Files, alphabetical 1987 January-April 

4 4

Chron Rabbit Files, alphabetical 1987 January-April 

4 5

Chron Rabbit Files, alphabetical 1987 January-April 

4 6

Chron Rabbit Files, alphabetical 1987 May-August 

4 7

Chron Rabbit Files, alphabetical 1987 May-August 

4 8

Chron Rabbit Files, alphabetical 1987 May-August 

4 9

Chron Rabbit Files, alphabetical 1988 January-June 

4 10

Chron Rabbit Files, alphabetical 1988 January-June 

4 11

Chron Rabbit Files, alphabetical 1988 January-June 

4 12

Chron Rabbit Files, alphabetical 1988 January-June 

4 13

Chron Rabbit Files, alphabetical 1987 September-December 

4 14

Chron Rabbit Files, alphabetical 1987 September-December 

4 15

Chron Rabbit Files, alphabetical 1987 September-December 

4 16

Chron Rabbit Files, alphabetical 1988 August-December 

4 17

Chron Rabbit Files, alphabetical 1988 August-December 

4 18

Chron Rabbit Files, alphabetical 1988 August-December 

4 19

Calder Party 1977 

5 1

A. Calder -Lithograph Contour Plowing (sales) 1977 

5 2

A. Calder -Kangaroo Toy 1977 

5 3

A. Calder - Calders Universe: Travelling 1977 

5 4

A. Calder - Horchow 1977 

5 5

A. Calder - Philadelphia Festival 1977 

5 6

A. Calder - Letters from Kids 1977 

5 7

A. Calder - Calders Universe: Sponsor 1977 

5 8

A. Calder - Calders Universe: Public Relations 1977 

5 9

A. Calder -Tribute, Socrate 8.p.m, 1977 November 10 1977 

5 10

A. Calder -Calders Universe: Activities 

5 11

A. Calder -Save the Calder Circus , Publicity and Miscellaneous 1982 

5 12

A. Calder -Calder Gallery Building Fund 

5 13

A. Calder -Calder Circus: Conservation 

5 14

A. Calder -Save the Calder Circus , Correspondence 1974 

5 15

A. Calder -Calder Circus: Exhibition  

5 16

A. Calder -Save the Calder Circus, Invoices 1972 April 20-1972 June 11 

5 17

A. Calder -The Circus 

5 18

A. Calder -Correspondence 

5 19

A. Calder -Seven Foot Beastie 

5 20

A. Calder -Braniff Flying Colors 1982 

5 21

A. Calder -Save the Calder Circus, Benefit 1982 May 20 

5 22

A. Calder -Save the Calder Circus, Committees  

5 23

A. Calder -Save the Calder Circus, Contributions 1976 

5 24

A. Calder -Memorial Service, 1976 December 6 

5 25

A. Calder -Calder Film 1968 

5 26

A. Calder -Performance, Work in Progress, Rome, 1968 

5 27

A. Calder -Eventual Donations 1976-1977 

5 28

A. Calder -Calders Universe: 1976October 14-1977 February 6 1976-1977 

5 29

A. Calder -Calders Universe: 1976October 14-1977 February 7 

5 30

A. Calder -Work in Progress 1976-1977 

5 31

A. Calder -Calders Universe: 10/14/76-02/06/77 

5 32

A. Calder -Calders Circus: Blueprints for Calders Circus Case and Dutton publication 1976 

5 33

A. Calder -Calders Universe, 1976: Catalogue correspondence Photos received, folder 2 1976 

5 34

A. Calder -Calders Universe, 1976: Catalogue correspondence Photos received, folder 1 1976-1977 

5 35

A. Calder -Calders Universe: 1976 October 14-1977 February 6, Miscellaneous 1976-1977 

5 36

A. Calder -Calders Universe: 1976 October 14-1977 February 6, Travelling 1976 

5 37

Richard Marshall: Memorial Service for Alexander Calder,  1976 December 2 

5 38

Richard Marshall: Calders Universe Panel Discussion 1980 

5 39

Richard Marshall: Trip to Japan to view Calders Universe 1977 

5 40

Richard Marshall: National Committee for Calder Memorial (1977): Socrate, 11/10-11/77 Work in Progress 1976-1977 

5 41

Calders Universe: Charles Forberg Associates, Installation Plans and Blueprints, 10/14/76-02/06/77 

5 42

Miscellaneous Correspondence 1986 

6 1

Fifteen Years of Collecting, Invitation List 1989 

6 2

Fifteen Years of Collecting, Letters and Loan Forms 1989 

6 3

Fifteen Years of Collecting, Works 1989 

6 4

Fifteen Years of Collecting, Works 1989 

6 5

Fifteen Years of Collecting, Checklist 1989 

6 6

Fifteen Years of Collecting, Book 1989 

6 7

Permanent Collection , Mailers to Members 

6 8

Permanent Collection , Mailers to Members 

6 9

Permanent Collection, Book II 

6 10

Permanent Collection, Third Floor General 1976-85 

6 11

Permanent Collection, Third Floor General 1976-85 

6 12

Permanent Collection, Book Party List 1985-86 

6 13

Permanent Collection, Book Letters 1986 

6 14

Selections from the Permanent Collection 

6 15

People to send Masterpieces book 1986 

6 16

Permanent Collection, Book, Masterpieces 1981-83 

6 17

Richard Zeisler Bequest 1979 

6 18

Collection, Long Term Loans 1977-1982 

6 19

Future Gifts 1986-1987 

6 20

Permanent Collection, Third Floor Possible Gifts 

6 21

Permanent Collection, Restricted Gifts 1985-1987 

6 22

Permanent Collection, Future Acquisitions 1975-1986 

6 23

Permanent Collection, Artists Gifts 1975-1988 

6 24

Permanent Collection, Unrestricted Gifts 1985-1989 

6 25

Trip: California 1974 

6 26

Arkansas Arts Center, Jury  1975 September 24 

6 27

Trip: Youngstown, Ohio 1974 

6 28

Trip: Houston, Texas, Opening Brown Pavilion 1974 

6 29

Chicago 

6 30

Trip: Chicago, Illinois  1974 June 26 

6 31

Trip: Williamsburg, Virginia 1974 August 21-22 

6 32

Lecture: William and Mary, Williamsburg, Virginia  

6 33

Hunter College, Panel and Dinner 1974 September 24 

6 34

Lecture: Summit Art Center 1975 February 9 

6 35

Trip: Cleveland, Ohio 

6 36

Trip: Palm Beach, Florida  1975 January 29-February 2 

6 37

Lecture: Cosmopolitan Club, New York  1975 February 25 

6 38

Talk: Junior League, New York  1975 February 12 

6 39

Trip: Williamsburg to Richmond, Virginia  1975 

6 40

Trip: Boston, Massachusetts  1975 April 

6 41

Trip: Silvermine Guild of Artists, Jury, New Canaan, Connecticut 1975 May 19 

6 42

Trip: Seattle Art Museum, Jury 1975 November 19 

6 43

Trip: Europe 1975 

6 44

Fairmount Park Art Association 1975 

6 45

Trip: Youngstown, Ohio, Jury, Butler Institute  1975 

6 46

Trip: Paris, France, Braniff Airlines 1975 May 

6 47

Trip: Dallas, Texas 1975 September 11-14 

6 48

Trip: California 1975 

6 49

Philadelphia, Seminar (YM/YWHA) 1976 

6 50

The New School, Lecture given to students 1976 

6 51

Miami, Florida, Lecture 1976 January 25 

6 52

Chattanooga, Tennessee, Jury 1976 March 

6 53

Lecture: The Free Library of Philadelphia 1976 April 11 

6 54

Trip: California, Alcoa Foundation 1976 April 

6 55

Trip: Louisville, Kentucky 1976 April 

6 56

Trip: Nevada 1976 May 

6 57

Trip: Skowhegan, Maine 1976 May 13 

6 58

Trip: Washington, D.C. 1976 May 28-30 

6 59

Trip: San Antonio, Texas 1976 May 6-7 

6 60

Trip: Richmond, Virginina 1976 June 8 

6 61

Trip: Munich/Cologne/Westkunst 1981 May 26-June 2 

7 1

Trustees Trip: Munich/Dusseldorf/Cologne/Etc. 1981 November 12-20 

7 2

Munich Exhibition: Expenses 1981 November 13-1982 January 

7 3

Trip: Munich, Haus Der Kunst (Charles Froom) 1981 September 16-20 

7 4

Trustees Trip: Munich (Expenses) 1981 

7 5

Jury: Neue Galerie Ludwig Collection Art Award 1981 October-November 

7 6

Trustees Trip: Munich/Dusseldorf/Cologne/Etc., Memorabilia 1981 November 12-20 

7 7

Trustees Trip: Munich/Dusseldorf/Cologne/Etc., Correspondence to Museums 1982 November 12-20 

7 8

Trip: Tokyo, Exhibition Opening 1981 March 20-21 

7 9

Trip: Tokyo, Expenses 1981 March 21-29 

7 10

Trip: Netherlands/Germany/Switzerland 1980 October 24-November 3 

7 11

Trip: Netherlands/Germany/Switzerland 1980 October 24-November 3 

7 12

Trip: Netherlands/Germany/Switzerland, Diary 1980 October 24-November 3 

7 13

AFA Meeting-Dallas 1980 April 10 

7 14

Lecture: Bergen County, Fine Arts Society 1980 May 1 

7 15

Trip: Charlottesville, Virginia House Party 1980 May 23-26 

7 16

Trip: Columbus, Ohio 1980 April 19-20 

7 17

Lecture: Cosmopolitan Club 1980 January 21 

7 18

Jury/Talk: Fort Wayne Museum, Indiana 1980 March 5-8 

7 19

Trip: Japan - Cancelled 1979 

7 20

Talk: Scarsdale 1979 May 

7 21

Jury: Tampa Bay Art Center 1979 May 5-10 

7 22

Trip: Texas, Trustees 1978 

7 23

Trip: Washington, D.C. 1979 March 22 

7 24

Jury: Chautauqua Gallery of Art 1978 

7 25

Trip: Washington, D.C. 1979 April 11 

7 26

Jury: Bald Eagle Art League, Williamsport, PA 1978 August 

7 27

Trustees Trip: Washington, D.C. 1978 November 

7 28

Trip: Albuquerque, Phoenix, Abiquiu, Carefree 1980 April 25-27 

7 29

Jury: Ridgewood, NJ 1980 November 19 

7 30

Trip: Storm King 1980 September 27 

7 31

Trip: Washington, D.C. National Gallery of Art dinner  1980 September 3-4 

7 32

Trip: Washington, D.C. 1980 November 

7 33

Lecture: Winston-Salem/Raleigh, NC 1980 September 24-25 

7 34

Lecture: Nassau County Museum, NY 1980 October 23 

7 35

Lecture: Brandeis University, MA 1979 October 28 

7 36

Trip: Europe 1979 

7 37

Trip: Hopkins Center, Dartmouth College, NH 1979 June 18-19 

7 38

Lecture: Hilton Head Art League, SC 1979 January 26 

7 39

Lecture: Indianapolis Metropolitan Arts Council 1979 March 20 

7 40

Jury: Indiana University 1979 March 31-April 1 

7 41

Lecture: Nassau County Museum, NY 1979 November 28 

7 42

The New School, NY: Luncheon Talk 1979 March 5 

7 43

Lecture: Denver Museum of Art, CO 1978 September 

7 44

Trip: Hartford, CT 1978 August 28 

7 45

Trip: Washington, D.C. 1978 July 20 

7 46

Trip: Williamsburg, VA 1978 August 

7 47

Trip: Philadelphia, Institute for Scientific Information 1978 July 27 

7 48

Trip: Venice, Italy 1978 May 

7 49

Trip: Montgomery, AL 1978 April 1978 

7 50

Trip: Paris, France 1978 April 

7 51

Trip: Winter Haven, FL 1978 June 8 

7 52

Trip: University of Delaware Conference 1977 

7 53

Trip: Williamsburg/Richmond, VA 1977 April 27-29 

7 54

Trip: Chicago, IL 1977 October 3-4 

7 55

Lecture: Grand Rapids Art Museum, MI 1977 October 2 

7 56

Jury: Mid States Art Competition, Evansville, IN 1977 October 19-20 

7 57

Trip: Philadelphia, PA 1977 August 23 

7 58

Jury: Tennessee Art League, Nashville, TN 1977 

7 59

Trip: Minneapolis, MN, Calders Universe at WAC 1977 June 

7 60

Lecture: Calder to YPO, Dallas, TX 1977 August 19 

7 61

Jury: Atlanta Arts Festival, Atlanta, GA 1977 May 13 

7 62

Seminars: University of Delaware 1975 April 16-18 

7 63

Trip: Lexington, VA 1977 May 7 

7 64

Trip: Philadelphia, PA 1978 March 30 

7 65

Reception: The White House, Washington, D.C. 1978 February 26 

7 66

Trip: Acapulco 1977 February 18-21 

7 67

Talk: Delaware Art Museum 1978 January 27 

7 68

Trip: New Orleans, LA 1977 February 

7 69

Trip: Paris, France 1977 

7 70

Trip: Chicago, IL 1976 

7 71

Trip; Baltimore, MD 1976 November 19 

7 72

Trip: Santa Fe, NM 1976 April 29-May 7 

7 73

Stamford, CT: Mayor Clapes Lunch 1976 September 9 

7 74

Trip: Virginia - Friends 1976 October 

7 75

Trip: Washington, D.C. 1976 October 8 

7 76

Lecture: Calder, Atlanta, GA 1976 September 29 

7 77

Trip: Williamstown, MA, Hanover, NH 1976 August 5-10 

7 78

Trip: Rome, Italy 1976 July 

7 79

Trip: Japan 1976 June 14-25 

7 80

Trip: Japan Diary 1976 June 

7 81

Trip: Texas, Trustees 1978 

7 82

Jury: Palm Beach, FL 1978 November 15 

7 83

Trip: Palm Beach, FL 1979 February 23-27 

7 84

Trustees Trip: Florida-cancelled 1990 April 4-9 

11 1

Lecture: Rhodes College, Memphis, TN 1989 November 27-December 1 

8 2

Trip: Luce Scholars Meeting, Washington, D.C. 1990 February 22-23 

8 3

Trip: Richmond, VA 1989 November 21 

8 4

Brown Wedding- cancelled 1989 September 23 

8 5

Philadelphia, PA 1989 August 30 

8 6

Trip: Corfu/Venice 1989 July 5-21 

8 7

Assoc. of Art Museum Directors Mtg- Providence, RI 1989 June 15-17 

8 8

Trip: Newport News, VA 1989 April 28-29 

8 9

Trip: The South, Tom and Bunty 1989 March 31-June 5 

8 10

Trip: Benton Opening, Kansas City, MO 1989 April 14-15 

8 11

Trip: N.C. Museum, Gordon Hanes, Raleigh, NC-cancelled 03/22/89 1989 

8 12

Trip: Flower Show, Philadelphia, PA,  1989 March 4-5 

8 13

Trip: Woodrow Wilson Fellow at Hartwick College, Oneonta, NY 1989 February 26-March 4 

8 14

Trip: Sonny Whitneys 90th Birthday, Palm Beach, FL 1989 February 20-21 

8 15

Trip: Colonial Williamsburg, VA 1989 March 15 

8 16

Toms Trippers: The South-cancelled 1989 April 2-9 

8 17

South Trip- Articles- cancelled 1989 

8 18

Trip: Aspen, CO 1988 January 31-February 5 

8 19

Trip: Williamsburg, VA 1988 September 24-25 

8 20

Trip: Connecticut/Fishers Island 1988 September 21 

8 21

Trip: Chicago, IL with JR 1988 September 8 

8 22

Trip: Artschwager opening, MOCA, L.A., CA-cancelled 1988 September 30-2 

8 23

Trip: California/Zeisler-cancelled 1988 July 

8 24

Trip: Detroit, MI 1988 July 28 

8 25

Trip: Venice Biennale-cancelled 1988 July 19-25 

8 26

Trip: Vienna, Austria 1988 

8 27

Trip: Washington, D.C., Henry Catto 1988 April 22 

8 28

Toms Trippers: Vienna, Salzburg, Austria-cancelled, Responses and Expenses, Billing 1988 May 5-20 

8 29

Toms Trippers: Vienna, Spring 1988 1988 May 9-21 

8 30

Trip: Washington, D.C. Luce Foundation Scholars and Florida 1988 February 25-29 

8 31

Trip: Los Angeles, CA 1988 July 16-21 

8 32

Trip: Santa Clara, CA Woodrow Wilson Foundation 1988 April 4-11 

8 33

Trip: Philadelphia, PA, Flower Show 1988 May 5-6 

8 34

Trip: Delaware Art Museum, Directors Circle 1988 February 29 

8 35

Trip: Los Angeles, CA, AAMD 1988 January 2-23 

8 36

Trip: Williamsburg, VA 1988 February 11-12 

8 37

Trip: San Francisco, CA, Phyllis Wattis 1988 January 8-12 

8 38

Trip: Boston, MA 1987 December 15 

8 39

Trip: DIA, Bulwark and The Tunnel 1987 December 4 

8 40

Trip: Sioux City, Iowa 1987 November 21 

8 41

Trip: Russia, Luncheon 765 Park Avenue 1987 April 17 

8 42

Trip: Russia Material, Tom/Eliot 1987 

8 43

Trip: Russia 1987 July 6-19 

8 44

Trip: Washington, D.C. 1987 October 29 

8 45

Trip: Toronto, Canada 1987 October 13 

8 46

Trip: Washington, D.C.-cancelled 1987 August 11 

8 47

Trip: Boston, MA, Steve Paine 1987 September 18 

8 48

Trip: Washington, DC/Baltimore/Winston-Salem 1987 September 25-27 

8 49

Trip: Indianapolis, IN 1987 August 25-27 

8 50

Travel: Miscellaneous 1987 

8 51

Trip: Idaho 1987 July 17-24 

8 52

Trip: Ridgefield, CT-cancelled 1987 June 26 

8 53

Trip: Boston, MA 1987 June 4 

8 54

Trip: Washington, D.C., Bunty and Tom Itinerary 1987 May 20 

8 55

Trip: Richmond, VA 1987 May 8-10 

8 56

Trip: Cornell University, Ithaca, NY 1987 April 10-11 

8 57

Trip: Dallas, TX 1987 April 3-5 

8 58

Trip: San Francisco, CA, 1987 Luce Scholars 1987 February 25-March 1 

8 59

Trip: Aspen, CO 1987 January 15-20 

8 60

Trip: Princeton, NJ 1987 January 7-8 

8 61

Trip: Seattle, Washington 1986 September 25-27 

8 62

Trip: California 1986 December 1-6 

8 63

Trip: California  1986 December 1-6 

8 64

Trip: Europe 1986 August 27-September 6 

8 65

Trip: Europe, Agenda 1986 August 27-September 6 

8 66

Trip: Europe, Lunch: Claridges Hotel 1986 August 28 

8 67

Trip: Europe, Payment 1986 August 27-September 6 

8 68

Trip: Europe, Attendance 1987 August 27-September 6 

8 69

Trip: Europe, Waiver and Release Forms 1988 August 27-September 6 

8 70

Trip: Europe, Correspondence and Invitations 1989 August 27-September 6 

8 71

Trip: Europe, Dinner: Les Ambassadeurs 1986 August 29 

8 72

Trip: Woodrow Wilson Fellowship, Furman University 1986 August 27-31 

8 73

Trip: Williamsburg Garden Symposium, VA 1986 April 6-9 

8 74

Trip: Kentucky Derby 1986 May 1-4 

8 75

Trip: Southern California-cancelled 1986 April 11-20 

8 76

Trip: Seattle, WA, National Committee 1986 September 25-27 

8 77

Trip: Stanford University 1987 April 4-April 17 

8 78

Correspondence A Pre-1976 

9 1

Correspondence R-Z undated 

9 2

Correspondence 1975 January-April 

9 3

Correspondence 1975 January-April 

9 4

Correspondence 1975 January-April 

9 5

Correspondence 1975 May-September 

9 6

Correspondence 1975 May-September 

9 7

Correspondence 1975 May-September 

9 8

Correspondence 1975 October-1976 April 

9 9

Correspondence 1975 October-1976 April 

9 10

Correspondence 1975 October-1976 April 

9 11

Correspondence 1975 October-1976 April 

9 12

Correspondence 1976 April-July 

9 13

Correspondence 1976 April-July 

9 14

Correspondence 1976 April-July 

9 15

Correspondence 1976 August-December 

9 16

Correspondence 1976 August-December 

9 17

Correspondence 1976 August-December 

9 18

Exhibition: Art in Children, Children in Art 1976-78 

10 1

Roberta di Camerino, private reception WMAA 1980 April 14 

10 2

Alexander Calder: Save the Calder Circus  1982 April 8-27 

10 3

Dinner- American Art: Highlights of the Permanent Collection, Equitable 1981 October 28-December 5 

10 4

Loans from the WMAA Collection (fees, restrictions, procedures) 1976 

10 5

Long Island Historical Society: Funds to conserve Seated Indian figure 1975 

10 6

Luce Scholars: T. Armstrong and the Henry Luce Foundation, Inc. 1980-1985 

10 7

Neysa McMein Purchase Award 1955-1987 

10 8

Membership Book 1978 

10 9

Membership Piece 1979 

10 10

Membership: Corporate 1974-1979 

10 11

Membership: New Program, Special Events 1978 

10 12

Membership: The Whitney Circle 1976-1979 

10 13

Merchandising: Calder items 1976-1977 

10 14

Mondale, Joan 1976-1979 

10 15

Museum of Modern Art 1955-1981 

10 16

Museums Council of New York City 1968-1979 

10 17

National Council for the Arts/NEA/National Endowment for the Humanities 1973-1981 

10 18

New York State Association of Museums 1972-1974 

10 19

New York State Council on the Arts 1967-1978 

10 20

New York State Council on the Arts: Grants  1970-1976 

10 21

New York State Gallery Association, Norwich, New York 1974-1977 

10 22

North Carolina Museum of Art, Jury Show, 37th Annual Artists Exhibition 1974 

10 23

Offers of works of art 1976-1978 

10 24

Offers of works of art 1979-1981 

10 25

Osborn, Robert 1977-1979 

10 26

Parties: Miscellaneous 1976-1985 

10 27

Parties: Dinner, Saul Steinberg, and exhibition opening 1978 April 13-14 

10 28

Parties: Dinner, Alexander Calder 1976 October 20 

10 29

Parties: 50th Anniversary, miscellaneous material including Anniversary Fund correspondence 1980 January 9 

10 30

Parties: 50th Anniversary, miscellaneous material including Anniversary Fund correspondence 1980 January 9 

10 31

50th Anniversary, Public Relations 1979-1980 

10 32

Sara Roby Foundation Dinner Party  1979 December 14 

10 33

Miscellaneous Events -openings, dinners, parties circa 1979-1983 

10 34

Palitz, Mrs. Muriel D. (Fund) 1977 

10 35

Performances at WMAA 1976 

10 36

Permanent Collection Review: Procedures for de-accessioning Undated 

10 37

Permanent Collection URIS Brochure 1978 

10 38

Personnel Department: Legal interviewing procedures 1977 

10 39

Pitney Bowes Film 1978 

10 40

Pittsburgh: Westinghouse Electric Fund 1978 

10 41

Plaque for Benfactors and Patrons, including correspondence re: names 1966-1979 

10 42

Poleshuck, Walter S. 1974-1978 

10 43

Poor, Alfred Easton 1977-1978 

10 44

Princeton University Conference  1978 March 23-24 

10 45

Proposed Prisons Exhibition (Sue Powers) 1974 

10 46

Public Relations 1967-1979 

10 47

Publications 1978-1985 

10 48

Putnam, Peter: Subway Sculpture Program 1973-1977 

10 49

George Segal Multiple 1979 

10 50

Singer Jr., Sidney 1979 

10 51

Smith, Tony, Seagrams Plaza Sculpture Installation 1976 

10 52

Solomon, Elke 1974 

10 53

Sonnenberg, Benjamin 1975-1978 

10 54

Steinberg, Saul: Self-Portrait Table  1978-1979 

10 55

Warhol, Andy: Foreward to catalogue, Japanese Exhibition 1975 

10 56

Whitney Studio Club Exhibition Opening 1975 

10 57

Year-end contributions 1976-1980 

10 58

Articles and Forewards 1974-85 

11 1

Planning Committee Report 1978 March 2 

11 2

Professional Activities (lectures, juries, etc.) 1973-79 

11 3

Congratulations on appointment as Director 1973 April 

11 4

Miscellaneous special events and projects 1976-78 

11 5

WMAA Constitution and By-laws 1973 

11 6

Legal forms for WMAA 1959-79 

11 7

Alcoa Foundation 1976-85 

11 8

Artists Slides Reviewed 1974-77 

11 9

Auction: 1967, Campaign for Building and Endowment Fund 1967 

11 10

Avnet, Lester (WMAA Trust) 1967 

11 11

Association of Art Museum Directors 1975-78 

11 12

Artist complaints 1975 

11 13

Artists: Letter, request for gifts from artists 1969 December 

11 14

The Larry Aldrich Foundation Fund 1963-71 

11 15

American Assembly - Columbia University 1974 

11 16

American Bank and Trust Company, Temporary Loan 1975 

11 17

Archives of American Art 1968-80 

11 18

Bicentennial Corporation, NYC 1974 

11 19

Bicentennial Plans 1973-75 

11 20

200 Years of American Sculpture: Greek Slave (framed photo in Loft) 1976 

11 21

Lucienne Bloch: Book, childrens sculpture  1974-75 

11 22

Challenge Grant, 1978, National Endowment for the Arts 1977-78 

11 23

Claims: Collection Insurance, de Kooning 1/13/78 1978 

11 24

Committee: Architecture (obsolete) 1966-75 

14 25

Committee: Membership Ad Hoc 1975-77 

11 26

Committee: Sales 1977-79 

11 27

Committee: Special Events 1977-78 

11 28

Committee: Prints 1970-74 

11 29

Contributions III, 1977-80, correspondence 1968-80 

11 30

Cultural Voucher Program 1975 

11 31

Curator of the Collection - Search 1975-78 

11 32

Resumes: Curatorial Research Assistants 1978-80 

11 33

Curator, Print Department - Search 1974-76 

11 34

Education Department: Proposal for and Education Program Proposal to Carnegie Corporation requesting funds to establish Education Department at WMAA circa 1966 

11 35

Foundations (correspondence) Education Department -fundraising 1966-78 

11 36

Education Department: Vincent Astor Foundation Grant 1971-73 

11 37

Education Department: Lily Auchincloss Foundation 1971 

11 38

Education Department: Carnegie Corporation Grant 1965-70 

11 39

Education Department: Cultural Council Foundation 1971 

11 40

Education Department: Chase 1976 

11 41

Education Department: Susan Greenwall Foundation, Inc. 1966-68 

11 42

Education Department: Enid Annenberg Haupt Charitable Trust 1969-72 

11 43

Armand G. Erpf Art Education Fund  1971-77 

11 44

Education Department: Junior League of New York 1967-68 

11 45

Education Department: The Hess and Helyn Kline Foundation 1971 

11 46

Education Department: Kress Foundation Grant 1970-76 

11 47

Education Department: Moses, Mrs. Henry L. 1968-72 

11 48

Andrew W. Mellon Foundation 1970-76 

11 49

National Endowment for the Arts 1969-72 

11 50

Education Department: New York Community Trust 1968-73 

11 51

Education Department: New York Foundation 1970-72 

11 52

Education Department: New York State Council on the Arts 1967-72 

11 53

Education Department: New York Times Foundation, Inc. 1969-72 

11 54

Education Department: Edward John Noble Foundation 1969-75 

11 55

Education Department: Rockefeller Brothers Fund 1971-72 

11 56

Education Department: Rockefeller Family Fund 1969-70 

11 57

Education Department: Helena Rubinstein Foundation 1968-81 

11 58

Education Department: Shell Companies Foundation, Inc. 1968-71 

11 59

Education Department: Stanley, Edmund A. Jr. 1969 

11 60

Education Department: van Ameringen Foundation, Inc. 1967-75 

11 61

Exhibition Budgets 1975-1976 

11 62

Exhibitions for Funding 1978-1980 

11 63

Proposed Exhibit: Bright Stars: American Painting and Sculpture since 1776 1976 

11 64

Exhibition Offers 1977-79 1977-79 

11 65

Exhibition Offers 1980-81 1979-81 

11 66

De Mejo Exhibition, 1976 1974-76 

11 67

Fashion Show, 1978 1978 

11 68

Girl Scouts Exhibition, 1977 1977 

11 69

Film Program: Donations 1970-71 1970-76 

11 70

Applications for grant for Ford Foundation: American Art of Our Century, 1971 (denied) 1969 

11 71

Edgar W. Garbisch Collection Exhibition, 1969 1968-76 

11 72

Graphic Designer Program WMAA, 1978 1977-78 

11 73

Proposed Center for American Folk Art 1974 

11 74

Hanes, R. Philip Jr. 1973-78 

11 75

Heinz Campaign undated 

11 76

Hess, Thomas 1976 

11 77

Institute of Scientific Information 1978 

11 78

McKellar, Margaret, executive secretary 1974-78 

11 79

Legislature: New York City 1973 

11 80

Legislature: New York State 1966-1973 

11 81

Legislature: United States 1970-79 

11 82

National Committee: press clippings, notes, correspondence 1964-1980s 

11 83

Proposal to Carnegie Corporation requesting funds to establish Education Department at WMAA circa 1966 

11 84

American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters 1977-1982 

12 1

American Academy in Rome 1983 

12 2

American Arts Alliance 1983 

12 3

American Association of Museums 1977-1984 

12 4

Black, Mr. and Mrs. Richard 1984 

12 5

Block Association 1983 

12 6

Bloom, Gordon, Stanford Case Study WMAA 1987-1989 

12 7

Bolotowsky, Ilya 1976-1977 

12 8

Boys Club of New York 1985-1987 

12 9

Branch Museums 1985-1990 

12 10

Branch Museum, Boston 1986 

12 11

Branch Museum, Chicago 1985-1986 

12 12

Branch: Carnegie Center 1984 

12 13

Branch: Future/George Klein 1983-1984 

12 14

Brandeis University Awards 1974-1982 

12 15

Brice, Antonia 1974-1979 

12 16

1985-86 Budget 1985 

12 17

Selig S. Burrows Collection 1969-1978 

12 18

Butcher, Willard C. 1983-1986 

12 19

Cameron, Paul 1983 

12 20

Carnegie Institute, Museum of Art 1983 

12 21

Caterers undated 

12 22

Center for the Arts 1986 

12 23

China: The Center for U.S. - China Arts Exchange 1980-1981 

12 24

Childrens Book/B. Hazen undated 

12 25

Circle Events 1985 

12 26

Clark, Arthur undated 

12 27

Collection: Acquisitions 1984 1984 

12 28

Collection: Acquisitions 1984 1984 

12 29

Collection: Acquisitions 1983 1983 

12 30

Collection: Possible Gifts from Munich Exhibition, 1981 1982 

12 31

Committee: Painting and Sculpture Minutes 1977-1980 

12 32

Committee: Painting and Sculpture 1976-1979 

12 33

Cobb, Eliza Parkinson 1986 

12 34

Cole, Sylvan 1985 

12 35

Columbus, Ohio/Calder Show 1986 

12 36

Columbia College 1985 

12 37

Hackett, Frances Goodrich 1982 

12 38

Hampton, Mark 1982 

12 39

The Henley Group, Inc. 1986 

12 40

High Museum of Art 1983-1984 

12 41

International Exhibitions Foundation 1976-1986 

12 42

International Exhibitions Foundation 1976-1986 

12 43

Institute for Art and Urban Resources 1975-1978 

12 44

Janss, Mr. and Mrs. William 1984-1986 

12 45

Ray Johnson: Silhouettes 1976-1977 

12 46

Japan Society 1978 

12 47

John Museum of Art, Cornell University 1987-1989 

12 48

Kaplan, Gilbert 1982-1984 

12 49

Katz, Alex 1984-1986 

12 50

Koenig, Kasper- West Germany 1980-1986 

12 51

Mudge Rose  1985 

12 52

Kramer, William J. - Mudge Rose 1985-1986 

12 53

Legislation: Government Grants for Arts 1981 

12 54

Legislature: NYS Advisory 1983 

12 55

Livet Reichard Company, Inc. undated 

12 56

Malbin Collection 1984-1985 

12 57

Mayors Award 1984 

12 58

Minority Curatorial Fellow 1983 

12 59

Motherwell, Robert 1975-1980 

12 60

National Endowment for the Arts 1981-1985 

12 61

TA Statement re: NEA, Helms 1989 

12 62

National Arts Award 11/19/1986 1984-1986 

12 63

National Gallery of Art 1984-1986 

12 64

NY Hospital-Cornell Medical Center, donation of tour, given by T. Armstrong  1987 

12 65

New York University - Trustees 1983 

12 66

Nichols, Mrs. Charles W. 1983 

12 67

The Oakleigh Thorne Foundation 1984 

12 68

Oral History Project 1989 

12 69

On-site Questionnaire 1989 

12 70

Peden, Elaine/Artist 1987 

12 71

Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts 1984-1989 

12 72

Perelman, Ronald 1977-1982 

12 73

Peterson, Peter 1982 

12 74

Phoenix Museum 1977-1981 

12 75

Presidents Council 1987 

12 76

Philadelphia College of Art 1984 

12 77

Philadelphia Museum of Art 1984-1986 

12 78

Private Museums 1984-1985 

12 79

Proposed Exhibition: Painting in the South 1981 

12 80

Raleigh/Durham Research Triangle - North Carolina 1985 

12 81

White Flower Farm, Reflections of Nature: Flowers, etc. 1983 

12 82

Remington, Frederick 1976 

12 83

Restaurants 1975 

12 84

Restaurants undated 

12 85

Rewald Memorial Fund 1977 

15 86

Rhode Island School of Design 1983-1984 

12 87

Richardson, Edgar 1982-1984 

12 88

Riverside Community Center undated 

12 89

Roberts Fund 1976-1979 

12 90

Rockefeller Brothers Fund 1974-1976 

12 91

Rockefeller, David 1977-1981 

12 92

Saalfield, Albrecht 1980 

12 93

Sabbatical Leaves 1978 

12 94

St. James Church 1987 

12 95

Schlumberger/Horizons, Inc. 1979-1986 

12 96

Sioux City Art Center 1985-1987 

12 97

Shubert, Katherine Schmidt Collection 1986 

12 98

Shubert, Katherine Schmidt Collection 1965-1979 

12 99

Shubert, Katherine Schmidt Collection 1977-1986 

12 100

Shulman Realty Group, Sculpture Garden 1984 

12 101

Soho: Prestige and Influence  1983 

12 102

Smithsonian Institution 1980-1986 

12 103

Correspondence B Pre-1976 

13 1

Correspondence D Pre-1976 

13 2

Correspondence M 1973-1976 

13 3

Correspondence L Pre-1976 

13 4

Correspondence K Pre-1976 

13 5

Correspondence N-O Pre-1976 

13 6

Correspondence P-R Pre-1976 

13 7

Correspondence A undated 

13 8

Correspondence B undated 

13 9

Correspondence C undated 

13 10

Correspondence D undated 

13 11

Correspondence E undated 

13 12

Correspondence F undated 

13 13

Correspondence F undated 

13 14

Correspondence G undated 

13 15

Correspondence H undated 

13 16

Correspondence I-J-K undated 

13 17

Correspondence L undated 

13 18

Correspondence M undated 

13 19

Correspondence N-O undated 

13 20

Correspondence P-Q undated 

13 21

Correspondence R undated 

13 22

Correspondence S undated 

13 23

Correspondence T undated 

13 24

Correspondence U-V undated 

13 25

Correspondence W undated 

13 26

Correspondence X-Y-Z undated 

13 27

Dia Art Foundation 1989 December 7 

14 1

Curator Search 1987-1988 

14 2

Curators Discussion Group, Albright-Knox 1987 September 27 

14 3

Curators Discussion Group 1987 February 5 

14 4

Curators Discussion Group, Correspondence 1983-1987 

14 5

Curators Discussion Group, Lists 1983-1985 

14 6

Curators Discussion Group 1987 

14 7

Curators Discussion Group, Invitation Letter 1984-1985 

14 8

Curators Discussion Group, Memos 1984-1985 

14 9

Curators Discussion Group 1966 April 10 

14 10

Curators Discussion Group, Future Members 1983 

14 11

Curators Discussion Group, Baltimore, MD 1986 June 19 

14 12

Curators Discussion Group 1986 November 6 

14 13

Curators Discussion Group 1986 January 30 

14 14

Curators Discussion Group, Meetings/Agendas 1984-1985 

14 15

Curators Discussion Group 1985 October 24 

14 16

Curators Discussion Group 1985 June 6 

14 17

Curators Discussion Group 1985 June 7 

14 18

Curators Discussion Group 1984 April 19 

14 19

Curators Discussion Group 1984 March 8 

14 20

Curators Discussion Group 1984 January 19 

14 21

Curators Discussion Group 1985 January 24 

14 22

Curators Discussion Group 1985 April 4 

14 23

Curators Discussion Group 1984 October 18 

14 24

Curatorial Advisory Committee, Branch Museums 1984-1985 

14 25

Independent Study Program 1990-1991 

14 26

Ladies Committee, TA Personal 1984-1985 

14 27

Film/Video Fellows Exhibition Association 1989 

14 28

Library Fellows 1990 

14 29

Library Fellows, Letter to Steinberg Collectors re: Dal Vero  1983 

14 30

Library Fellows, Draft Forms 1982 

14 31

Library Fellows, Correspondence 1982-1986 

14 32

Library Fellows, Publication 1982-1986 

14 33

Library Fellows, Membership Lists 1982-1983 

14 34

Library Fellows, Committee Meetings 1982-1983 

14 35

Library Fellows, Book Project 1983-1986 

14 36

Lobby Gallery Associates, Raffle 1987 

14 37

Lobby Gallery Associates, Invites 1987 

14 38

Lobby Gallery Associates, Invitation to Join Letter 1984-1990 

14 39

Lobby Gallery Associates, Correspondence 1984-1988 

14 40

Lobby Gallery Associates 1986 June 5 

14 41

Lobby Gallery Associates 1986 October 15 

14 42

Lobby Gallery Associates 1986 April 3 

14 43

Lobby Gallery Associates, Storm King 1985 June 9 

14 44

Lobby Gallery Associates, Cocktails w/ Armstrongs 1985 September 11 

14 45

Lobby Gallery Associates, Kushner Party 1984 October 3 

14 46

Lobby Gallery Associates, 765 Park Avenue 1984 September 13 

14 47

Lobby Gallery Associates, Committee Meeting 1985 April 8 

14 48

Lobby Gallery Associates, Steering Committee 1985 September 5 

14 49

Lobby Gallery Associates, Membership List 1985 

14 50

Lobby Gallery Associates, Memos 1983-1984 

14 51

Lobby Gallery Associates, Exhibition Ideas 1984 

14 52

Lobby Gallery Associates, Benefit Committee 1983-1984 

14 53

Lobby Gallery Associates, Lists-Original Proposed Members 1984 

14 54

Lobby Gallery Associates 1984 

14 55

Lobby Gallery Associates 1984 

14 56

Lobby Gallery Associates 1991 February 11 

14 57

Miscellaneous Correspondence A-Z 1980-81 

15 1

Miscellaneous Correspondence A-Z 1980-81 

15 2

Miscellaneous Correspondence A-Z 1980-81 

15 3

Miscellaneous Correspondence A-Z 1980-81 

15 4

Tuscaloosa, Alabama 

15 5

Trip: Austria (future) 

15 6

Aspen 1980-1986 

15 7

Australia 1982-1985 

15 8

Boston 1977-1985 

15 9

California 1985-1988 

15 10

Cincinnati 1983 

15 11

Cleveland 1985 

15 12

Connecticut 1988 

15 13

Denver 1977-1985 

15 14

Europe 1980-1982 

15 15

Florida 1980 

15 16

Geneva 1980 

15 17

Germany 1975-1984 

15 18

Atlanta, Georgia 1974-1985 

15 19

Savannah, Georgia 

15 20

Houston, Texas 1977-1984 

15 21

Indianapolis, Indiana 1978 

15 22

Indiana 1980 

15 23

Iran 1977-1978 

15 24

Ireland 1984 

15 25

Israel 1987 

15 26

Japan 1976-1985 

15 27

London, England 1984 

15 28

Los Angeles, California (General) 1981-1983 

15 29

New England 1988-1989 

15 30

New Hope, Pennsylvania Directions  

15 31

New Jersey 

15 32

Paris, France 1974-1986 

15 33

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 1976-1986 

15 34

Santa Fe, New Mexico 

15 35

Spain, 1989 1986-1988 

15 36

Switzerland 1984 

15 37

Tokyo, Japan 1980-1981 

15 38

Venice, Italy 1980 

15 39

Trip: Vienna, Austria 1988 

15 40

Washington, D.C. 1977-1981 

15 41

United Nations: New York City Commission 1977 

15 42

The Urban Assembly 1991 

15 43

United States International Council 1977-1983 

15 44

United States Senate 1983 

15 45

University of Delaware 1989 

15 46

Walker Art Museum: Minneapolis, Minnesota 1975 

15 47

Virginia Museum 1976-1982 

15 48

Vogel, Dorothy and Herbert 1976-1982 

15 49

Venturi, Robert 1979-1985 

15 50

Volunteers 1975-1985 

15 51

Walpole Society Letters 1987 

15 52

Andy Warhol 1980 

15 53

Whitney Abroad 1987-1993 

15 54

The White House 1978-1986 

15 55

Whitney Communications Corp. 1978 

15 56

William and Mary College 1982-1984 

15 57

Wilson Foundation 1982-1984 

15 58

Jackie Winsor, Artist 1972-1974 

15 59

Wise/E.A.I. 1980 

15 60

WNET Channel 13 1974-1981 

15 61

Wood, Struthers 1982 

15 62

Betty Woodman 1990 

15 63

Stanley Woodward 1985 

15 64

Bagley Wright 1986 

15 65

Yale University Art Gallery 1982 

15 66

Youth Counseling League 1987-1988 

15 67

Young Presidents Organization 1973-79 

15 68

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Series IV. David Ross Files   1990-1995 

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Virginia Dwan undated 

1 1

Proiezione/Hopper 1995 

1 2

DAR Travel 1994-1995 

1 3

Century Country Club, Directions undated 

1 4

Trip: U.C. Irvine - cancelled 1995 October 13 1995 October 26-28 

1 5

Talk: Denver Art Museum in NY 1995 October 14 

1 6

Trip: Carnegie International 1995 November 3 

1 7

Trip: San Jose Museum of Art 1995 November 30 

1 8

Eugene M. Schwartz Memorial 1995 December 12 

1 9

DAR Bibliography for Gigliotti 1992 

1 10

Trip: Seoul, Korea-Nam June Paik Retrospective/Symposium 1992 July 27-30 

1 11

Lecture: Censorship in Perspective 1990 February 

1 12

Francine Whitney CE-ROM Project 1993 

1 13

Blixen/Avedon Project 1994 

1 14

Polaroid 1994-1995 

1 15

Oxford MoMA Project 1995 

1 16

Property: 33 East 74 Street, NY 1994 

1 17

DAR Interview with Mindy Williams, Opening Up American Art 1994 

1 18

1996 Budget 1995 

1 19

S.I. Newhouse School of Communications, Syracuse University,Advisory Board Info 1992 

1 20

DAR Paul Di Maggio Talk 1994 

1 21

Trustees Ethics Proposal 1992-1994 

1 22

Statement of Policy 1992-1993 

1 23

Tax Exemption Letter 1976 

1 24

State of Museum 1994 

1 25

Acquisition Policy for Photography 1992 

1 26

Collection Policy Material 1995 

1 27

Drawing Collection /Brenda Richardson 1993-1994 

1 28

Audit Committee 1994 

1 29

Annual Fund Meeting 1994 July 12 

1 30

Admissions Info 1995 

1 31

Acquisitions Committee 1993-1994 

1 32

AAMD 1994-1995 

1 33

AAMD/Getty Panel 1995 June 14 

1 34

AAMD/Governance Survey 1993 

1 35

Acquisition Funds Available 1994 

1 36

Acquisitions 1992 

1 37

Milman, Barbara 1991 

1 38

Soros Foundation Info undated 

1 39

Special Collections 1994 

1 40

Solow Project 1992 

1 41

Trustees Meeting - Presentation Material 1992 

1 42

Trustees Promised Gifts undated 

1 43

Whitney Scholars 1991-1992 

1 44

Whitney Seminar 1991-1992 

1 45

Stavitsky, Gail, Catalogue Raisonne Project 1991-1992 

1 46

Trip: Wolf Foundation, Vienna, Austria/Tel Aviv, Israel 1992-1993 

1 47

USIA 1994 

1 48

Trip: Tokyo, Japan 1993 July 

1 49

The Thing Certificate 1994 

1 50

WMAA Symposium 1992 

1 51

Sam Yanes Proposal 1993 

1 52

Yoko Ono Meeting 1991 Fall 

1 53

Terra Museum Project 1991 

1 54

WMAA Web Site 1995 

1 55

Connie Wolf Memos 1992-1993 

1 56

Francine Whitney Project 1992-1993 

1 57

Wexner Prize, 1993/1994 1992-1993 

1 58

Weinberg, Adam 1992 

1 59

Weegee 1992-1993 

1 60

WATARI-UM/Alexandra Munroe 1991 

1 61

WMAA Performing Arts History 1992 

1 62

Trustee Giving Update 1992 September 

1 63

Trustees Meeting 1993 February 10 

1 64

Trustees Meeting 1992 February 19 

1 65

Trustee Gallery Visits 1990-91 

1 66

Operations and Budget Financial Statements 1992 June 

1 67

Trustees Meeting 1992 June 17 

1 68

Painting and Sculpture Committee 1991-1994 

1 69

WMAA: Painters and Sculptors in Permanent Collection  1993 June 8 

1 70

Preliminary and Unaudited Operating Results 1994 February 28 

1 71

Purchases with funds from Trustees undated 

1 72

Trustee Gifts undated 

1 73

Investment Committee 1993 October 

1 74

Internet 1994 

2 1

Japan/Shoeido 1992 

2 2

Kimmelman, Michael 1993 

2 3

Kingsley, April 1992 

2 4

Jeff Koons Case 1994 

2 5

Hilton Kramer/June 1992 Flap 1992 

2 6

Memos to and from Leonard A. Lauder 1992-1993 

2 7

Tom Lee/Info 1994 

2 8

Latino Proposal 1992-93 

2 9

Terry Fox Essay 1992 

2 10

LGA and Permanent Collection Association, 2 Proposals: Collectors Forum   1991-92 

2 11

Lehrman, Robert 1993 

2 12

Jean Lipman Project 1993 

2 13

Trip: Madrid, Spain 1993 November 15-16 

2 14

Membership Donations 1994 

2 15

Lord/Clinton 1993 

2 16

McClintic, Miranda 1993 

2 17

Maruzen Co., Ltd., Japan 1992-1994 

2 18

Mapplethorpe Foundation/Michael Ward Stout Correspondence 1991-1995 

2 19

Casmolina Resort, Ecuador 1992 

2 20

Tiffany Foundation 1993-1995 

2 21

San Jose Museum 1995 

2 22

Signet Address 1992 

2 23

60th Anniversary Gifts to WMAA 1992 

2 24

Store Next Door/Kaarin 1993-94 

2 25

WMAA National Committee Spring Weekend, NYC 1994 April 29-May 1 

2 26

Summer Interim Report 1993 

2 27

Sculpture Magazine Advisory Committee 1992 

2 28

Trip: University of Michigan School of Art 1994 March 31-April 1 

2 29

New York Times Editorial Letter 1994 January 6 

2 30

New Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum Project 1993 

2 31

Peter Norton/Miscellaneous 1995 

2 32

NEA - Jane Alexander Remarks, Arts & Business Council 1993 November 29 

2 33

Development/Membership Memos 1991 

2 34

1994 National Medal of Arts 1994 

2 35

Trip: Ross/Weinberg 1993 

2 36

Safer, Morley 1993 

2 37

St. Louis Directors file 1993 

2 38

San Jose Meeting 1994 

2 39

Seattle Art Fair 1993 

2 40

NEA 1993 

2 41

Postcards 1993 

2 42

Presidents Committee on the Arts and Humanities 1994 

2 43

Resnicow/Schroeder: Objectives 1993 

2 44

Resnicow/Schroeder: PR Plan 1993 

2 45

Reykjavik/1992 Proposal 1992 

2 46

Souyun Yi Gallery, Warhol & Basquiat 1991 

2 47

Mayor of Barcelona 1993 

2 48

Berger, Maurice undated 

2 49

Trip: Berlin/Paris 1993 

2 50

FY 1996 Budget 1995 

2 51

Fast Forward 1992 

2 52

Hebrew Union College Advisory Committee 1995 

2 53

ICI Information 1995 

2 54

International Sculpture Center 1992 

2 55

Interrogating the American Art Museum - Hirshhorn Museum 1991 

2 56

WMAA American Art Award 1994 

2 57

WMAA Pension Plan 1994 

2 58

Cartier Awards 1992-1993 

2 59

Photography/WMAA Collection List undated 

2 60

Photography Committee, Gilman Party 1992 March 10 

2 61

Photography Committee 1991-1994 

2 62

Photography Committee 1991-1994 

2 63

Abject Art Incident- Simon Taylor 1993 Summer 

2 64

The Subject of Rape Incident - Castro/Ferrato 1993 Summer 

2 65

Academic Advisory Committee 1991 

2 66

American Art Award Artists 1995 

2 67

Art in Embassies Program undated 

2 68

ArtsLink 1993 

2 69

Avedon: Preface 1993 

2 70

BBC, American Visions: The History of American Art 1994 

2 71

BAM, Visual Arts Initiatives 1993-1994 

2 72

For Biennial Review 1993 

2 73

1995 Biennial 1994-1995 

2 74

1995 Biennial 1994-1995 

2 75

AAMD, Committee Lists  1993-1994 

2 76

AAMD, Governance Survey 1993-1994 

2 77

AAM, 1995 Code of Ethics 1994 

2 78

AAM, Museum Members 1993-1994 

2 79

Polaroid Museum 1994 

3 1

Correspondence 1991 

3 2

Hopper Dinner 1995 

3 3

Delaney, Beauford 1994 

3 4

Communications Campaign Overview 1994-95 1994 

3 5

Marts & Lundy, Inc. Material 1995 

3 6

Czech Bills/Biennial 1995 

3 7

Houses of Marcel Breuer, Committee 1993 

3 8

1992 Exhibition Proposals Declined 1991-1993 

3 9

National Communications Association 1991 

3 10

1994 Trustee Endowment Fund 1994 

3 11

Congratulations Correspondence 1991 

3 12

Richardson Report 1994 

3 13

Drawing Committee 1991-1994 

3 14

Diversity 1992 Fall 

3 15

Communications Department 1994 

3 16

Corporate Council 1992 

3 17

Operations and Budget 1993-1994 

3 18

Preliminary Exhibition Proposals 1992-1993 

3 19

Rosalind Krauss- LInforme Proposal 1991 May 

3 20

Painting and Sculpture Committee - Possible Additions 1993 

3 21

Contemporary Painting and Sculpture Committee undated 

3 22

Pew Charitable Trust  1994 February 15 

3 23

Print Committee 1991 

3 24

A. Mnuchin Resignation from the Painting and Sculpture Acquisitions Committee 1992 

3 25

Artists Added to Permanent Collection 1992 January-1994 August 

3 26

A Weinberg Permanent Collection 1993-1994 

3 27

Ethics Disclosures 1993 

3 28

WMAA Ethics Policy 1993 

3 29

Proposed Exhibition Schedule 1993-1996 

3 30

Endowment Campaign 1993-1994 

3 31

WMAA Collection Policy- Draft 1995 May 19 

3 32

Curator Discussion Group 1993 

3 33

Venice Biennale 1993 June 11-15 

3 34

Ed Koch - Martinez Buttons 1993 

3 35

Whitney Biennial, Seoul, Korea, Asiana Airlines 1993 

3 36

CBS: My Fair Lady 1994 

3 37

Richard Avedon: Evidence 1944-1994, Museum Ludwig, Koln, Germany 1994 

3 38

Richard Avedon: Evidence 1944-1994, Museum Ludwig, Travel Information 1994 

3 39

Richard Avedon Exhibition 1994 

3 40

De-certification 1991 

3 41

Beat Culture and the New America: 1950-1965 Exhibition 1995 

3 42

1993 Biennial Artist Files List 1993 

3 43

Capital Cities/ABC Branch Correspondence 1991 

3 44

Reginal Cabral  1992 

3 45

Cho, Soung Jo 1991 

3 46

Proposed Trip: Buenos Aires 1993 

3 47

Information Systems Overview 1992 

3 48

Information Systems/Registrar Department 1994 

3 49

Champion Branch Docent Letter 1994 

3 50

Conservation Society 1992 

3 51

Continuum Project 1994 

3 52

Curatorial Retreat 1992 June 25 

3 53

Farah Damji 1994 

3 54

Jean Delage 1994 

3 55

Jessica Diamond 1992 

3 56

Paul DiMaggio Material 1994 

3 57

Early 20th Century Group undated 

3 58

1993 Biennial 1992-1993 

3 59

1993 Biennial 1992-1993 

3 60

1993 Biennial, Budget 1992-1993 

3 61

1993 Biennial, Love Notes 1993 

3 62

1993 Biennial, Exhibition Responses 1993 

3 63

ISP Exhibition, Abject Art and The Subject of Rape 1993 

3 64

Fluxus 1991-1993 

3 65

Hopper, Edward 1994-1995 

3 66

Robert Frank Exhibition 1991-1995 

3 67

Future Exhibition Budgets 1992 

3 68

Edward Hopper Catalogue Raisonne 1985-1995 

3 69

Richard Diebenkorn Exhibition, Jane Livingston 1994 

3 70

Celmins: ICA Philadelphia 1991-1993 

3 71

Celmins: ICA Philadelphia 1991-1993 

3 72

Whitney Biennial in Seoul, 1993 1992-1993 

3 73

Whitney Biennial in Seoul, 1993 1992-1993 

3 74

Black Male Exhibition 1994 

3 75

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