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Author: Ade BethuneGraham F CareyAnn GrillNorman LevineJohn Francis NollAll authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Two Catholic Art Association Traveling Exhibits (ca. 1972): "Illustrations by Arbo for Pius Parsch's book The Liturgical Year." (23 mats of colored holy cards in German illustrating scriptural passages) and "Merschel Print Exhibition: Linoleum cuts of Carl Merschel, Chicago" (10 mats representing scriptural passages and quotations from John Henry Newman, Goethe, Sappho, Emanual Geibel and others.)
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Genre/Form: Clippings
Ephemera
History
Named Person: John Henry Newman; Johann Wolfgang von Goethe; Sappho.; Emanuel Geibel; Emanuel Geibel; Johann Wolfgang von Goethe; John Henry Newman; Sappho.
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Ade Bethune; Graham F Carey; Ann Grill; Norman Levine; John Francis Noll; Fulton J Sheen; Arbo.; Carl Merschel; Catholic Art Association.; Berliner and McGinnis.
OCLC Number: 25506740
Description: 3 linear feet.
Other Titles: Catholic art quarterly.
Good work (Boston, Mass.)
Catholic elementary art guide.
Highlights.
Vision.

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Two Catholic Art Association Traveling Exhibits (ca. 1972): "Illustrations by Arbo for Pius Parsch's book The Liturgical Year." (23 mats of colored holy cards in German illustrating scriptural passages) and "Merschel Print Exhibition: Linoleum cuts of Carl Merschel, Chicago" (10 mats representing scriptural passages and quotations from John Henry Newman, Goethe, Sappho, Emanual Geibel and others.)

Printed material of the Catholic Art Association, including Christian Social Art Quarterly (1937-1941, the official bulletin of CAA), continued by the Catholic Art Quarterly (1941-1959), continued by Good Work (1959-1970); CAA Newsletter 1937-1952 (art supplement to the Catholic Art Quarterly), continued by Vision (1952-1958); Catholic Elementary Art Guide and Highlights;

sample copies of CAA sponsored publications featuring Ade Bethune, Sr. Leonardo, OSB, Graham Carey, Ann H. Grill, and Norman Levine; CAA Constitution and revisions (1952) and membership applications; antiphons to Our Lady, musical scores for children; workshop information concerning CAA national conventions, workshops and exhibits.

Various press catalogs of modern Catholic graphic art, including Berliner and McGinnis, Sower Press, St. Leo Shop, and Abbey Press; including verse cards, book marks, pictures of saints, antiphons, greeting cards, sanctuary art, and flags; clippings regarding design, architecture and religion; Irregular Bulletin from Immaculate Heart College, Los Angeles, Calif.; calendars and syllabi.

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