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A group of founder members of the Detroit Society of Arts and Crafts

Archives of American Art
1 slide ; 8 x 10 cm.

Identification (typewritten): Miss Sibley, founder member of arts and crafts. In 1906, when the Arts and Crafts began. Katherine McEwen, Chairman of Jury Alexanderine McEwen, Vice President and member of original committee.

Oral history interview with Alice Rooney, 2011 Aug. 5-12

Archives of American Art
Sound recording, master: 9 sound files (2 hr., 42 min.) digital, wav

Transcript: 61 p.

An interview with Alice Rooney conducted 2011 Aug. 5 and 12, by Lloyd E. Herman, for the Archives of American Art, at Rooney's home, in Seattle, Wash.

Edward Beatty Rowan

Archives of American Art
1 photographic print : b&w ; 28 x 19 cm.

Edith Halpert

Archives of American Art
1 photographic print : b&w

Edith Halpert at an Isamu Noguchi (1904-1988) opening.

Oral history interview with Charles C. Bergman, 2010 July 15-22

Archives of American Art
Transcript: 53 pages.

An interview of Charles C. Bergman conducted 2010 July 15, 21, and 22, by James McElhinney, for the Archives of American Art, at the Pollock-Krasner Foundation, in New York, New York.

Hervey White on horseback

Archives of American Art
1 photographic print : b&w ; 13 x 11 cm.

Picture probably taken at the Maverick Arts Colony, Woodstock, N.Y.

Dorothy C. Miller

Archives of American Art
1 transparency : col. ; 5 x 5 cm. Identification on verso (handwritten): Dorothy and Moon 1955, Stockbridge, by Feininger.
Dorothy C. Miller with a cat named Moon.

Oral history interview with Paul J. Smith, 2010 April 19-20

Archives of American Art
Transcript: 61 pages

An interview of Paul J. Smith conducted 2010 April 19 and 20, by Lloyd E. Herman, for the Archives of American Art's Nanette L. Laitman Documentation Project for Craft and Decorative Arts in America, at Smith's home, in New York, N.Y.

Smith recalls his childhood; attending the Art Institute of Buffalo; working in display at the Flint & Kent department store in Buffalo; his interest in "hobby crafts" and greater exploration of jewelry and wood; exhibiting; joining the staff of the American Craftsmen's Council; becoming director of the Museum of Contemporary Crafts; developing the museum's program and international focus; organizing the "Objects: USA" exhibition in 1969; developing the permanent collection of the Museum of Contemporary Crafts (in 1979 renamed the American Craft Museum); the 30th anniversary exhibition, "Craft Today: Poetry of the Physical," in 1986; becoming director emeritus; the "Craft Today USA" tour, 1989-1993; developing a consulting service; serving as guest curator; special projects; interest in photography; the current DIY movement as a continuum of the past.

Oral history interview with Berthe von Moschzisker, 1990 November 26

Archives of American Art
Sound recording: 2 sound cassettes

Transcript: 108 p.

An interview of Berthe von Moschzisker conducted 1990 November 26, by Anne Schuster Hunter, for the Archives of American Art Philadelphia Project.

Von Moschzisker speaks about her background and education; cataloging the John S. Phillips print collection at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts; her tenure as director of the Print Club of Philadelphia, including editions published for the club by Leonard Baskin and others; print workshops including Prints in Progress run by Stanley William Hayter; the Print Club Permanent Collection at the Philadelphia Museum of Art; supporters of the club; and the status of prints within the Philadelphia art community.

Oral history interview with Lloyd E. Herman, 2010 Sept. 21

Archives of American Art
Sound recording, master: 5 sound files (4 hr., 13 min.): digital, wav

Transcript: 54 p.

An interview of Lloyd E. Herman conducted 2010 September 21, by Paul J. Smith, for the Archives of American Art's Nanette L. Laitman Documentation Project for Craft and Decorative Arts in America, at Smith's office, in New York, N.Y.

Oral history interview with Graham Beal, 2016 April 6-7

Archives of American Art
Sound recording: 4 sound files (4 hrs., 47 min.) digital, wav

Transcript: 104 pages

An interview with Graham Beal conducted 2016 April 6 and 7, by James McElhinney, for the Archives of American Art, at Beal's home in Detroit, Michigan.

Josephine Vermilye letter to Berta N. (Berta Nabersberg) Briggs

Archives of American Art
Letter : 1 folded sheet : handwritten Letter is in Vermilye's hand, but is written in the voice of all of the members of the Executive Board, thanking Berta Briggs for her time on the board and for "putting the Argent Gallery 'on the map'".
Signed by the members of the board including the artists Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Mabel Conkling, Gail Sherman Corbett, and Elisabeth Sturtevant Theobald.

Oral history interview with James S. Plaut, 1971 June 29

Archives of American Art
Transcript: 42 p.

An interview of James S. Plaut conducted 1971 June 29, by Robert Brown, for the Archives of American Art.

Plaut speaks of founding the Boston Chapter of the Museum of Modern Art, its policies and aims; Boston art scene in the 1930s, the Institute of Contemporary Art, and other positions he has held.

Oral history interview with George D. Culler, 1974 October 29

Archives of American Art
2 sound tape reels ; 5 in.

Transcript: 58 pages.

An interview with George D. Culler conducted 1974 October 29, by Paul Cummings, for the Archives of American Art.

Oral history interview with Humphery Emery, 1973 April 25-1973 May 29

Archives of American Art
Transcript: 26 pages

An interview of Humphery Emery conducted 1973 April 25-1973 May 29, by Robert F. Brown, for the Archives of American Art.

Oral history interview with Clyde H. Burroughs, 1956 November

Archives of American Art
Transcript: 6 pages

An interview of Clyde H. Burroughs conducted 1956 November, by E.P. Richardson, for the Archives of American Art.

Oral history interview with Annemarie Pope, 1981 Apr. 21

Archives of American Art
Transcript: 29 p.

An interview of Annemarie Pope conducted 1981 April 21, by Buck Pennington, for the Archives of American Art.

Holger Cahill

Archives of American Art
1 photographic print : b&w ; 19 x 13 cm.

Head and shoulders portrait of arts administrator and author Holger Cahill. Identification (typewritten): Holger Cahill, whose new novel, The Shadow of My Hand, is published by Harcourt, Brace.

Oral history interview with Julie B. Martin, 2018 Nov. 7-8

Archives of American Art
Audio: 14 sound files (6 hr., 21 min.) digital, wav

Transcript: 95 pages.

An interview with Julie B. Martin conducted 2018 November 7 and 8, by Liza Zapol, for the Archives of American Art at the Archives of American Art's office in New York, New York and at Martin's home in Berkeley Heights, New Jersey.

Martin speaks of growing up in Nashville, Tennessee; traveling through Europe with family; her family business; her family's politics and relationship to religion and the arts; the expectations of her and her academic achievement; her time at Harvard and Columbia; her interest in Russia and her experiences in the Soviet Union; her experiences and education in art in New York and Europe; working with Robert Whitman; her thoughts on the Relationship of Judson Dance Theater to 9 Evenings; her recollections of the 9 Evenings artists use of technology and engineering; her thoughts on Oracle and Billy Klüver's relationship to Robert Rauschenberg; her understanding of Klüver's relationship to Robert Whitman, and Whitman's relationship to engineering and technology; her thoughts about the differences between Happenings and theatrical performance; her thoughts on gender and E.A.T., and homosexuality and the arts community; her recollections of the 1970s and Projects Outside Art with E.A.T.. Martin describes the Osaka "Pavillion" project, including the collaborations and engineering projects; her understanding of Fujiko Nakaya's fog sculpture and Martin's relationship with Nakaya; the concept of the environment and invisible environments, her memories of David Tutor's sound works; the relationship of E.A.T. to Shunk-Kender; the various parts of E.A.T.'s work in India; the history of the "New York Collection for Stockholm;" Her understanding of Klüver's work prior to, and concurrent with the founding of E.A.T. at Bell Labs; the collaboration with Klüver on a book on "Kiki de Montparnasse;" their interviews and research on artists from 1945-1965; and other projects; Martin describes the idealism of E.A.T.; the ongoing work and legacy of E.A.T.; Martin's ongoing work with Robert Whitman and Sylvia Palacios Whitman; her marriage to Klüver and Klüver's death; her interviews with artists involved in the Real Estate Show; the reconstruction of the footage of "9 Evenings;" her work with Simone Forti on "Cloths;" and a discussion of performance documentation and technology. Martin also recalls Claes Oldenberg; Allan Kaprow; Red Grooms; Jim Dine; Simone Forti; Carolee Schneemann; Steve Paxton; Yvonne Rainer; Jasper Johns; Merce Cunningham; John Cage; Robert Breer, Frosty Myers; Elsa Garmire; David Tudor; Tony Martin; John Pierce; Larry Owens; Pontus Hultén; Öyvind Fahlström; Lowell Cross; Shunk-Kender; Porter McCray; La Monte Young; Terry Riley; Trisha Brown; Allan Kaprow; Alfons Schilling, and others.

Thomas S. Cummings, N. A.

Archives of American Art
1 print : etching ; 27 x 18 cm.

Thomas S. Cummings, N.A. Professor of the Arts of Design in the University of the City of New York. 1846-1866.

William B. Stratton

Archives of American Art
1 slide ; 8 x 10 cm.

Identification (typewritten): Willaim B. Stratton. First vice president and Treasurer in 1906.

Mrs. George Cooke

Archives of American Art
1 negative : glass ; 8 x 10 cm.

Identification (typewritten): Mrs. George Cooke, chairman, Social Committee, 1924-1925.

Robert O. Derrick

Archives of American Art
1 slide ; 8 x 10 cm.

Identification (typewritten): Robert O. Derrick. Chairman Local Craftsmans Exhibition 1923.

Edith Halpert

Archives of American Art
1 photographic print : b&w

Portrait of Edith Halpert.
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