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|Named Person:||R Philip Hanes; Edward B Benjamin; Ralph Burgard; Agnes De Mille; Nancy Hanks; Helen Hayes; James B Hunt; George M Irwin; Daniel Killian Moore; Alvin H Reiss; Terry Sanford; James H Semans; Roger L Stevens; Robert Suderburg; Jonathan Williams|
|Document Type:||Archival Material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
R Philip Hanes
|Notes:||Some parts of this collection are unprocessed.|
|Description:||131,729 items (119 lin. ft.)|
Arts organizations represented in the collection include the Associated Councils of the Arts, Awards in the Visual Arts, the Jargon Society, the National Endowment for the Arts, the North Carolina School of the Arts, the North Carolina Arts Council, the Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art, and the Arts Council. Another focal point is Ampersand, Inc., a Winston-Salem consulting firm Hanes established. It provided fund raising, management, public relations, and publicity services for non-profit organizations, especially arts groups.
Included to a lesser extent is information about Hanes' concern for conservation. Individuals represented in the files include Edward B. Benjamin, Ralph Burgard, Agnes De Mille, Nancy Hanks, Helen Hayes, James B. Hunt, George M. Irwin, Daniel Killian Moore, Alvin H. Reiss, Terry Sanford, James H. Semans, Roger L. Stevens, Robert Suderburg, and Jonathan Williams.
Unprocessed additions (90-060, 92-066, 96-136, and 04-081) (5479 items; dated [1950s]-2004) include correspondence, greeting cards, subject files, financial records, reports, memorabilia, photographs, videotapes, and a large poster of Hanes' family tree. Materials reflect especially Hanes' interest in the arts, conservation (particularly in western North Carolina and Virginia), and the city of Winston-Salem. There is no boxlist available for these accessions.
Addition (2010-0201) (2250 items; 3.0 lin. ft.; dated 1940-2010) includes correspondence, both incoming and outgoing, as well as appointment books, clippings, and miscellaneous materials relating to Hanes' philanthropy and community involvement in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Prominent topics include the Hanes farm and other conservation and agricultural enterprises; his role in various arts councils and arts movements throughout the city and country, including the National Endowment for the Arts; his interactions with Wake Forest University and other academic institutions; his communications with Wachovia Bank; and other issues or movements that he supported. The majority of the materials are loosely arranged in a chronological file, dating from 1940-2010 (bulk dating from 1991-2009).
- Hanes, R. Philip, -- 1926-
- Arts fund raising.
- Arts -- Management.
- Arts -- North Carolina.
- Arts publicity.
- Arts -- Societies, etc.
- Conservation of natural resources -- North Carolina.
- Benjamin, Edward B., -- 1897-
- Burgard, Ralph.
- De Mille, Agnes.
- Hanks, Nancy, -- 1927-1983.
- Hayes, Helen, -- 1900-1993.
- Hunt, James B., -- 1937-
- Irwin, George M.
- Moore, Daniel Killian, -- 1906-1986.
- Reiss, Alvin H.
- Sanford, Terry, -- 1917-1998.
- Semans, James H.
- Stevens, Roger L.
- Suderburg, Robert.
- Williams, Jonathan, -- 1929-2008.
- Ampersand Incorporated.
- Arts Council (Winston-Salem, N.C.)
- Associated Councils of the Arts.
- Jargon Society.
- National Endowment for the Arts.
- North Carolina School of the Arts (Winston-Salem, N.C.)
- North Carolina Arts Council.
- Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art.