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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:

Federal Art Project at the Southwest Museum Records

Identifier: MS-252
Abstract The Works Progress Administration of 1935 created a Federal Art Project to support artists and provide collection and exhibit maintenance and reference material to museums during the Great Depression. The National Parks Service carried out one such Federal Art Project at the Southwest Museum, with some work being completed at the Los Angeles Museum of History, Art, and Science (now the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County) from 1936 to 1937. The records, photographs, and works of art on...
Dates: 1936-1939; Majority of material found within 1936 - 1937

Eva Scott Fenyes Collection

Identifier: MS-206
Abstract Eva Scott Fenyes (1849-1930) was an artist who spent more than thirty years traveling from San Diego to Sonoma, California to preserve the history and aesthetic beauty of her surroundings through her artwork. She moved to Pasadena, California circa 1896 where assisted with the founding of the Pasadena Emergency League in 1910 and the Pasadena Music and Art Association in 1912. She was also an active member of the Landmarks Club of California and the Southwest Society. This collection consists...
Dates: 1904-1951

Richard E. Kunze Collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MS-571
Abstract Richard E. Kunze (1837-1919) was born in Germany and moved to the United States in 1854 and studied at the National Eclectic Medical Association in New York. Kunze's chief interest was in medical botany, and he specialized in cacti. Kunze was a good friend and correspondent of J. A. Munk. This collection consists of Kunze's correspondence with Munk, manuscript drafts and published manuscripts by Kunze, personal papers, biographical articles, water colors, and collected manuscripts ranging...
Dates: 1857-1919

Isabel Lopez De Fages Manuscript Collection

Identifier: MS-646
Abstract Isable Lopez de Fages wrote the introduction and descriptions in the book of Eva Scott Fenyes paintings Thirty-two Adobe Houses of Old California published in 1950. This manuscript collection contains information on almost all of the Fenyes paintings, as well as all of Lopez de Fages' drafts, correspondence, and notes. Materials in this collection are dated from 1935-1949.
Dates: 1935-1949

Margaret W. Magill Artwork and Papers

Identifier: MS-516
Abstract Margaret Magill was the sister-in-law of Frank Hamilton Cushing, an early ethnographer of Zuni Pueblo. Collection consists primarily of 15 watercolor paintings of Saludo and Cibola pottery and 15 paintings of Zuni. These papers include correspondence. These sketches of Zuni Katchinas were done during the Hemenway Southwestern Archaeological Expedition.
Dates: 1883-1884

Margaret W. Magill Artwork and Papers

 Digital Record
Identifier: ms516.pdf
Dates: 1883-1884

Hasso Von Winning Papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MS-660
Abstract Hasso Von Winning (1914-2001) was an archaeologist and anthropologist who was a widely-published scholar of Pre-Columbian and West Mexican culture and the Consultant in Mesoamerican Archaeology with the Southwest Museum from 1960-1990s. This collection contains Hasso Von Winning’s business papers, correspondence, manuscripts, and newspaper clippings from 1949-1998.
Dates: 1949-1998

Watercolor Sketches of Nazca Design

Identifier: MS-593
Abstract This collection consists of 82 watercolors on paper, taken mainly from Nazca pottery.
Dates: circa 1950