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- Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library 47
- Manuscripts and Archives 1
- Artists -- United States -- 20th Century 26
- Artists -- United States 23
- Audiovisual materials 14
- Photographic prints 14
- Art, Modern -- 20th Century 11
- Authors -- United States -- 20th century 10
- Drawings (visual works) 10
- Born digital 9
- Art, American -- 20th Century 8
- Drawings (visual works) -- United States -- 20th Century 8
- American literature -- 20th century 7
- Illustrators -- United States -- 20th Century 7
- Photographs 7
- Scrapbooks 7
- Sound recordings 6
- Artists 5
- Artists, American -- 20th century -- Archives 5
- Illustrators -- United States 5
- Poets -- United States -- 20th century 5
- American poetry -- 20th Century 4 ∧ less
- French 5
- German 5
- Italian 3
- Spanish; Castilian 2
- Chinese 1
- Luhan, Mabel Dodge, 1879-1962 4
- Stieglitz, Alfred, 1864-1946 4
- Van Vechten, Carl, 1880-1964 4
- Calder, Alexander, 1898-1976 3
- Dreier, Katherine S. (Katherine Sophie), 1877-1952 3
- Duchamp, Marcel, 1887-1968 3
- Hartley, Marsden, 1877-1943 3
- Léger, Fernand, 1881-1955 3
- Albers, Josef, 1888-1976 2
- Ashbery, John, 1927-2017 2
- Bernstein, Charles, 1950- 2
- Cornell, Joseph, 1903- 2
- Drucker, Johanna, 1952- 2
- Dubuffet, Jean, 1901-1985 2
- Eakins, Thomas, 1844-1916 2
- Gabo, Naum, 1890-1977 2
- Gropius, Walter, 1883-1969 2
- Hejinian, Lyn 2
- Howe, Susan, 1937- 2
- Hélion, Jean, 1904-1987 2 ∧ less
- Storage location
- Stored onsite and offsite 30
- Stored offsite 12
- Stored onsite 6
The papers consist of correspondence, subject files, printed material, and family memorabilia, which document the personal life and professional career of Josef Albers. The papers contain some material relating to the Bauhaus school but the bulk of the material dates from Albers's arrival in the United States. The largest part of the papers is composed of published material by or about Albers or which contain reproductions of his work.
The Richard Brown Baker Papers consist of correspondence; art and artist files; professional and personal papers; exhibit files; diaries; writings; photographic prints, negatives, and slides; photograph albums; objects; printed material; and an audiocassette interview.
The collection consists of production files for published and unpublished books, related artwork, correspondence, and computer files by or relating to Susan Bee. Production files for published works include materials relating to M/E/A/N/I/N/G; Bed Hangings (with Susan Howe); A Girl's Life (with Johanna Drucker); The Burning Babe & Other Poems (with Jerome Rothenberg); and Log Rhythms and Little Orphan Anagram (with Charles Bernstein).
Collections consists of correspondence, writings, printed material, artwork, photographs, audiovisual material, computer media, and personal papers by and relating to American poet and visual artist Ray DiPalma.
The Emlen Etting Papers contain correspondence, writings, printed material, artwork, and photographs that document the professional and personal life of visual artist Emlen Etting. The papers span the years 1924 to 1982.
This collection contains artwork, printed material, correspondence, photographs, and other papers created by or related to Louise Everhardy’s life and work.
The Charles Henri Ford Papers contain correspondence, writings, and artwork that document Ford's activities as an author and journal editor,with the bulk of the material dating from 1928 to 2002. Much of the material acquired before 1982 relates to the journals Blues and View, while the 2004 acquisition includes documentation of broader range of Ford's activities.
The collection consists of correspondence, writings, professional and personal papers, photographs, printed material, computer and audiovisual media, and other papers documenting the career and life of American author, curator, and gallerist Eric Gustafson. Also included are correspondence, ephemera, and photographs of Navajo artist R. C. Gorman.
The collection consists of more than 340 cartoons, cover drawings, and concept sketches in ink, pencil, watercolor, crayon, and charcoal on paper that were created for The New Yorker magazine by Helen E. Hokinson.