Now available online at the Archives of American Art- Smithsonian Institution, June 2019.

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Subject Fields: 
American History / Studies, Archival Science, Art, Art History & Visual Studies, Digital Humanities, Oral History


Finding aids:


Bardene Allen papers, 1965-2014

Bardene Allen (1933- ) is a sculptor, painter and former gallery owner in Laguna Beach, California.


Eduardo Carrillo papers, circa 1953-1999, bulk 1975-1997

Eduardo Carrillo (1937-1997) was a painter, muralist, printmaker, and professor at the University of California, Santa Cruz. Carrillo was a key member of the Chicano art movement in the 1960s and 1970s.


Eric Hudson and Hudson family papers, 1900-1992

Eric Hudson (1864-1932) was a marine painter in New York, New York.


Maud Cabot Morgan papers, 1938- circa 1994

Maud Cabot Morgan (1903-1999) was a painter in Massachusetts.


Joseph Ternbach papers, 1915-1985

Joseph Ternbach (1897-1982) was a sculpture conservator and restorer born in Vienna, Austria.


Anthony Thieme papers, 1909-1972

Anthony Thieme (1888-1954) was a landscape and marine painter in Rockport, Massachusetts.



Transcripts of oral history interviews with:


Tom Blackwell (2009)


Eli Broad (2012)


Camille Feinberg (2000)


Gertrude Goodrich (2008)


April Gornik (2008)


Emily Hofstatter (2000)


Douglas W. Hollis and Anna Valentina Murch (2010)


Douglas W. Hollis (2010)


Stewart Klonis (1970)


Jane Koegel (2000)


Nanette Laitman (2009)


Kristin Leachman (2002)


Robert Mangold (1994)


Sylvia Plimack Mangold (1994)


Julie B. Martin (2018)


Bruce Metcalf (2009)


Michael W. Monroe (2018)


Anna Valentina Murch (2010)


Kelly O'Neill (2000)


Rachel Pulley (2000)


Brenda Richardson (2011)


Jennifer Rodrigue (2000)


Allen Ruppersberg (2017)


Michael Smith (2018)


Eloise Spaeth (1973)


Alfred Taubman (2013)


Terry Winters (2018)


Sonia Wolfson (1990)



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