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Thu Oct 16 17:53:38 2014 UTClccn-nr890054160.00Institutional file0.551.00Correspondence : with Carl Zigrosser,155207979nr 890054162521026Artists Grouplccn-n80050020Curry, John Steuart1897-1946lccn-n50074787Schmeckebier, Laurence Eli1906-lccn-n2010064540Fitzgerald Rivers of America Collection (Library of Congress)lccn-n81077091Sloan, Helen Farr1911-2005lccn-n50012568Sloan, John1871-1951lccn-nr94027186Landon, Edward1911-1984lccn-n79007221Inness, George1825-1894lccn-n90650704McCausland, Elizabeth1899-1965lccn-n79110362George Walter Vincent Smith Art Museumlccn-n83219713Müller, Hans Alexander1888-1962American Artists GroupRecords and correspondenceExhibition catalogsPictorial worksCatalogsPicture frames and framingCurry, John Steuart,Inness, George,Art--Study and teachingArt--PhilosophyUnited StatesWood-engraving--TechniqueArtistsBlanch, Arnold,SculptorsWickey, HarryLee, Doris,Taubes, Frederic,SoldiersUnited States.--ArmyPaintingArt, AmericanWorld War (1939-1945)Military training campsDrawing, AmericanLithography, AmericanWood-engraving, AmericanEtching, AmericanAmerican Artists GroupEilshemius, Louis M.--(Louis Michel),PrintmakersArtPainting, AmericanPaintersKlitgaard, KajWomen artistsMural painting and decorationDasburg, Andrew,Art Students League (New York, N.Y.)Women paintersAssociated American ArtistsZorach, William,American Federation of ArtsCarnegie InstituteLithographersACA GalleriesIllustration of booksPollak, Frances MCowles, Russell,Sloan, John,Barnet, Will,Ringling Brothers Barnum and Bailey Combined ShowsBook designSculpture, AmericanFlorsheim, Richard A.,193519361937193819391940194119431944194519461947195142997697759.13N85506142ocn001039314book19430.37Schmeckebier, Laurence EliJohn Steuart Curry's pageant of America4682ocn001864981book19450.30Landon, EdwardPicture framing; modern methods of making and finishing picture frames+-+63620078964084ocn000563947book19390.56Sloan, JohnGist of art3401ocn001950248book19460.56McCausland, ElizabethGeorge Inness, an American landscape painter, 1825-1894Exhibition catalogs3032ocn001476561book19450.37Müller, Hans AlexanderHow I make woodcuts & wood engravings2992ocn001214484book19390.74Schack, WilliamAnd he sat among the ashes2744ocn001191114book19400.59Pène du Bois, GuyArtists say the silliest thingsRecords and correspondence2222ocn001969673book19400.70Myers, JeromeArtist in Manhattan2012ocn002103764book19450.66Curry, John SteuartJohn Steuart Curry1911ocn001987794book19460.77Blanch, ArnoldArnold Blanch1781ocn001160657book19410.63Wickey, HarryThus far, the growth of an American artistThe growth of an American artist1711ocn002636677book19460.66Lee, DorisDoris Lee1432ocn001223599book19460.77Taubes, FredericFrederic Taubes1042ocn002590430book19430.56Fort Custer Army IllustratorsAs soldiers see itPictorial works972ocn003703576book19440.74Sloan, JohnGist of art523ocn002017685book19360.77American Artists GroupOriginal etchings, lithographs and woodcutsCatalogsExhibition catalogs382ocn005133920serial0.90American Artists GroupHandbook of the American Artists Group342ocn001185202book19350.33American Artists GroupHandbook of the American Artists Group : no. 1-231ocn002802800book19430.74Gaige, Richard TMe and the army151ocn010501740book19410.84Bendix, HansThe lady who kept her promise171ocn011538615book19450.86Pemberton, MurdockObject: every American an art patron41ocn050013412serial0.97American Artists GroupCatalogueCatalogs11ocn155901238mix1.00Golden, Samuelwith Carl ZigrosserSamuel Golden was the organizing force behind the American Artists Group. This correspondence is mostly personal in nature, featuring domestic news11ocn155899078mix1.00Ruzicka, Rudolphwith Carl ZigrosserRudolph Ruzicka was an artist whose work was represented at the Weyhe Gallery. Included in his letters are price lists, the progress of his work, projects for the American Artists Group and opinions about paper stock. Later letters refer to the release of a portfolio of new type design, Zigrosser's various books, and memeories of William Ivins11ocn849527394mix1.00Bohrod, AaronAaron Bohrod PapersArtCorrespondence (1932-1963) with family, art organizations and associations, educational institutions, galleries and museums, patrons, and fellow artists; 3 original sketches; manuscript articles, critiques, notes, reviews, speeches; 2 lists of paintings, with descriptions and some prices; and a small amount of memorabilia. Correspondence with Ivan Albright, American Artists Group, Associated American Artists, Will Barnet, Cameron Booth, David Breger, Howard Cook, Adolf Dehn, August Derleth, Federal Art Project, Frank Getlein, Moss Hart, Kaj Klitgaard, Georges Schreiber, Lawrence Beall Smith, Raphael Soyer, Frederic Taubes, U.S. Dept. of the Treasury, U.S. War Office, Grant Wood, and many others11ocn318535812mixAmerican Artists Group11ocn849528108mix1.00Klitgaard, GeorginaGeorgina Klitgaard PapersArchivesCorrespondents include Bill Alexander, the American Artists Group, Inc., Erwin S. Barrie, Ray Bethers, George Biddle, Julius Bloch, Mortimer Borne, W. Sterry Branning, Lucile E. Bush, Millicent Carey, the Carnegie Institute, the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway Compnay, Van Cort, Russell Cowles, Katharine Day, Dorothy Dehner, Juliana Force, Kathryn Gamble, Daisy Gill, Lloyd Goodrich, Buckner Hollingsworth, Kaj Klitgaard, Yasuo Kuniyoshi, Archibald MacLeish, Hughes Mearns, Hermon More, Hobson Pittman, Frances M. Pollak, Henry Varnum Poor, Homer Saint-Gaudens, Silvia Saunders, Jean Paul Slusser, Charles A. Smart, Carl Spaatz, Eugene Speicher, Francis H. Taylor, Zoraida E. Weeks, and William Zorach11ocn888078066rcrd1.00Kent, RockwellOral history interview with Rockwell KentInterviewsAn interview of Rockwell Kent conducted 1969 Feb. 26-27, by Paul Cummings, for the Archives of American Art11ocn155902057mix1.00Lozowick, Louiswith Carl ZigrosserLouis Lozowick was an artist represented at the Weyhe Gallery. Included in this correspondence is a brief biographical statement, news of the progress of his work, contracts with the American Artists Group and a list of prints. Also included is a copy of a 1926 essay by Lozowick entitled "Machine Ornament."11ocn213465853mix1.00Komroff, ManuelCorrespondence with Carl ZigrosserKomroff's letters to Carl Zigrosser span 56 years. Interfiled are drafts of 10 letters from Zigrosser to Komroff. Topics include The Modern School, Komroff's writing, news of old friends from the Modern School, comments on Zigrosser's writing, Komroff's work for the American Artists Group, anxiety about old age, health problems, current political events and Zigrosser's retirement to Switzerland in 1972. Both men write about writing their memoirs, and Komroff includes a 1973 outline of the chapters for his memoirs, including chapters on the October Revolution and Horace Liveright) along with his response to Zigrosser's memoirs11ocn155900342mix1.00Buff, Conradwith Carl ZigrosserBuff Conrad was a lithographer living in California. His correspondence with Zigrosser concerns prints he made for American Artists Group11ocn849527267mix1.00Weschler, AnitaAnita Weschler PapersPapers of the American sculptor, painter, interior decorator, poet, author. Collection includes correspondence, artwork (sketches, watercolors), exhibition catalogs, photographs, writings, and memorabilia, including financial material11ocn155899009mix1.00Ronnebeck, Arnoldwith Carl Zigrosserfor The Rocky Mountain News. Later letters mention Rönnebeck's work for the American Artists Group and the work of his wife, artist Louise Emerson Rönnebeck11ocn192138563mix1.00Wickey, HarryCorrespondence : with Carl ZigrosserHarry Wickey was an artist represented at the Weyhe Gallery. His letters include information about his new prints, sales and exhibitions, problems with his eyes that have directed him away from etching, an 11 page biography from 1938, detailed lists of his prints, his animal sculptures, sales to the Philadelphia Museum of Art, information about Wickey's autobiography, Thus Far (1941), the American Artists Group, and teaching at Bucknell. There is also a group of letters of appreciation for Wickey's work written by several artist, clippings and a photograph of Wickey11ocn888065276mix1.00Bohrod, AaronAaron Bohrod papersScrapbooks, 1929-1992, 7 v., contain award certificates, clippings, exhibition announcements and catalogs, book dust jackets designed by Bohrod, and photographs of art work. Found is documentation on Bohrod's Life magazine assignments as an artist-correspondent during WWII11ocn155900584mix1.00Cook, Howard Nortonwith Carl ZigrosserAs the Depression deepened, and paying work became harder to find, Cook joined with the American Artists Group, competed for WPA assignments as a muralist and travelled on a Guggenheim Fellowship just before the sta11ocn155900223mix1.00Bohrod, Aaronwith Carl ZigrosserAaron Bohrod was a Chicago printmaker represented by Weyhe Gallery and American Artists Group01ocn122598328mixWeschler, AnitaArchivesCorrespondence, 1903-1978, artwork (sketches, watercolors), exhibition catalogs, photographs, writings, and memorabilia, including financial material01ocn086131877mixBohrod, AaronArchivesArtCorrespondence with Ivan Albright, American Artists Group, Associated American Artists, Will Barnet, Cameron Booth, David Breger, Howard Cook, Adolf Dehn, August Derleth, Federal Art Project, Frank Getlein, Moss Hart, Kaj Klitgaard, Georges Schreiber, Lawrence Beall Smith, Raphael Soyer, Frederic Taubes, U.S. Dept. of the Treasury, U.S. War Office, Grant Wood, and many others01ocn122621045mixKlitgaard, GeorginaArchivesCorrespondents include Bill Alexander, the American Artists Group, Inc., Erwin S. Barrie, Ray Bethers, George Biddle, Julius Bloch, Mortimer Borne, W. Sterry Branning, Lucile E. Bush, Millicent Carey, the Carnegie Institute, the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway Compnay, Van Cort, Russell Cowles, Katharine Day, Dorothy Dehner, Juliana Force, Kathryn Gamble, Daisy Gill, Lloyd Goodrich, Buckner Hollingsworth, Kaj Klitgaard, Yasuo Kuniyoshi, Archibald MacLeish, Hughes Mearns, Hermon More, Hobson Pittman, Frances M. Pollak, Henry Varnum Poor, Homer Saint-Gaudens, Silvia Saunders, Jean Paul Slusser, Charles A. Smart, Carl Spaatz, Eugene Speicher, Francis H. Taylor, Zoraida E. Weeks, and William Zorach+-+6362007896+-+6362007896Thu Oct 16 14:59:35 EDT 2014batch19623