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Fri Mar 21 17:16:25 2014 UTClccn-n980820450.10Indian tales0.411.00The Mentor9165839n 98082045nc-new deal and the arts oral history projectNew Deal and the Arts Oral History Projectlccn-n79100266Mora, Joseph Jacinto1876-1947lccn-nr97042007Monterey Museum of Artlccn-n98082201Murray, Mary1960-nc-carmel club of arts and craftsCarmel Club of Arts and Craftslccn-n92006373Carmel Art Associationnc-federal art project califFederal Art Project (Calif.)lccn-n50022463Angulo, Jaime delccn-n96048079Langford, Nathaniel Pitt1832-1911lccn-n80136260Cremony, John Carey1815-1879McGlynn, Betty HoagBiographyHistoryFolkloreLegendsPersonal narrativesExhibition catalogsInterviewsPictorial worksUnited States, WestFrontier and pioneer lifeIndians of North AmericaTravelRocky MountainsColorado--Estes ParkApache IndiansSouthwest, NewWomenBird, Isabella L.--(Isabella Lucy),Cremony, John Carey,Vigilance committeesUnited States--Northwestern StatesRanch lifeCowboysAbbott, E. C.--(Edward Charles),CaliforniaMontanaWomen travelersManners and customsTalesApache Indians--WarsBritishPacific NorthwestUnited StatesMora, Jo,Artist coloniesCarmel Art AssociationCalifornia--CarmelFederal aid to the artsWomen photographersGreat BritainColoradoPaintersUnited States--Southwestern StatesCattleWomen artistsCalifornia--Los AngelesAutobiographyArtistsCalifornia--San FranciscoMontana--ButteIndiansMcGlynn, Betty HoagArt and stateVoyages and travelsMural painting and decorationLittle, LawsonLloyd, David P. CMcPherson, Bruce1923195219571962196419651969197019721978197919841987199817698102917.8F731301ocn040125285book19980.31Mora, JoJo Mora : artist and writerExhibition catalogs162ocn037224697book19870.32McGlynn, Betty HoagCarmel Art Association : a historyHistoryRecounts the history of the Carmel Art Association, and, to a lesser degree, the Carmel Club of Arts and Crafts, and the local art colony. Includes associated biographies and lists of artist members, curators, and early benefactors111ocn052339068book19570.10Angulo, Jaime deIndian talesFolkloreLegends"Jaime de Angulo drew on his forty years among the Pit River tribe of California to create the amalgam of fiction, folklore, tall tales, jokes, ceremonial ritual, and adventure that is Indian Tales. He first wrote these stories to entertain his children, borrowing freely from the worlds of the Pit, and also of the Miwok, Pomo, and Karok. The author's intent was not so much to render anthropologically faithful translations - though they are here - as to create a magical world fueled by the power of storytelling while avoiding the dangers of the romantic and picturesque."--BOOK JACKET91ocn052331027book19230.39Langford, Nathaniel PittVigilante days and ways; the pioneers of the Rockies, the makers and making of Montana, Idaho, Oregon, Washington and WyomingHistoryPresents Nathaniel Langford's account of vigilante activities in Montana from 1862 and 1866 from his perspective as part of the self-appointed Executive Committee61ocn052338478book19700.28Cremony, John CareyLife among the ApachesHistoryOriginally published, 1868. A Westerner of the 19th century relates his observations on Indians of the Southwest, particularly the Apache41ocn019822772book19790.47McGlynn, Betty HoagThomas A. McGlynn31ocn052426234book19840.27Abbott, E. CWe pointed them north; recollections of a cowpuncherHistoryBiographyE.C. Abbott was a cowboy in the great days of the 1870s and 1880s. He came up the trail to Montana from Texas with the long-horned herds that were to stock the northern ranges; he punched cows in Montana when there wasn't a fence in the territory; and he married a daughter of Granville Stuart, the famous early-day stockman and Montana pioneer. For more than fifty years he was known to cowmen from Texas to Alberta as "Teddy Blue." This is his story, as told to Helena Huntington Smith, who says "My part was to keep out of the way and not mess it up by being literary."21ocn773574695serial1.00The Mentor22ocn857636798rcrd19651.00Ross, SamOral history interview with Sam and Charlotte Rothstein RossAn interview of Sam and Charlotte Rothstein Ross conducted 1965 May 10, by Betty Hoag, for the Archives of American Art New Deal and the Arts Project22ocn857636814rcrd19651.00Richards, LavinaOral history interview with Lavina Richards and Dolores La BrancheInterviewsAn interview of Lavina Richards and Dolores La Branche conducted 1965 Nov. 29, by Betty Hoag, for the Archives of American Art21ocn057398109book19691.00Gillette, KathleenPaint the town : happenings in San Francisco's pastHistoryPictorial works22ocn857636793rcrd1.00Rogers, Charles BOral history interview with Charles B. RogersAn interview of Charles B. Rogers conducted by Betty Hoag between 1964 Apr. 27-May 13 for the Archives of American Art21ocn052533786book19620.28Bird, Isabella LA lady's life in the Rocky MountainsHistoryBiographyPersonal narrativesBorn in 1831, Isabella Bird, daughter of a clergyman, set off alone to the Antipodes in 1872 'in search of health' and found she had embarked on a life of adventurous travel11ocn857636795rcrd19651.00Rose, DavidOral history interview with David RoseInterviewsAn interview of David Rose conducted 1965 March 28, by Betty Hoag, for the Archives of American Art11ocn084709555book19870.10McGlynn, Betty HoagDel Monte revisitedHistory11ocn849922722rcrd19641.00Totten, DonaldOral history interview with Donald TottenInterviewsAn interview of Donald Totten conducted 1964 May 28, by Betty Hoag for the Archives of American Art11ocn849921863rcrd1.00Hrdy, OlinkaOral history interview with Olinka HrdyHrdy discusses her childhood in Oklahoma; Native American culture and its influence on her work; studying and mural painting at the University of Oklahoma; influence of music in herwork; outlining technique in her painting; working in Tulsa; the Nicholas Rorick Museum; textile design; Dynamic Symmetry; working for Seymore Lipton, Frank Lloyd Wright, and Hans Schwitzer; relationship with Wright; Taliesin; the project period; her projects in California; job as Chief Designer for the State of CA; her personal creative approach. She recalls Bruce Goff, Dorothy Jenkins, and Suzanne Miller11ocn857636796rcrd1.00Rosen, DavidOral history interview with David RosenInterviewsAn interview of David Rosen conducted by Betty Hoag on 1965 April 6-16 for the Archives of American Art11ocn849920790rcrd19641.00Biberman, EdwardOral history interview with Edward BibermanInterviewsAn interview of Edward Biberman conducted 1964 Apr. 15, by Betty Hoag, for the Archives of American Art New Deal and the Arts Project11ocn849921670rcrd19651.00Gilien, TedOral history interview with Ted GilienInterviewsAn interview of Ted Gilien conducted 1965 Mar. 3, by Betty Hoag, for the Archives of American Art11ocn123082695mix0.10Monterey Public LibraryBiography clippings : "L" [surname] folder11ocn070137468book1.00McGlynn, Betty HoagBetty Hoag McGlynn papersArchivesContains correspondence, essays, and other papers relating to her career as an art archivist and as a supplement to her book collection at BancroftFri Mar 21 15:59:25 EDT 2014batch14695