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Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

Mary Hunter Austin Collection

Identifier: MS-605
Scope and Contents The collection consists of published articles and biographies by Austin; reviews and interviews about Austin or her work; correspondence with Charles Fletcher Lummis and Frederick Webb Hodge; a book prospectus; and advertisements promoting her publications.
Dates: 1868 - 1954

David Dortort Archives

Identifier: MSA-23
Abstract The David Dortort Archives contains correspondence, scripts, and production files related to the film and television work of writer, producer, and television show creator David Dortort. Dortort began his career in New York City as a novelist before moving to Los Angeles to write scripts for film and television. After working on the television show The Restless Gun he created the programs Bonanza and ...
Dates: 1932-2009; Majority of material found within 1968 - 1980

Gregory L. Meis Ephemera Collection

Identifier: MSA-43
Scope and Contents The Gregory L. Meis Ephemera Collection includes maps, brochures, and booklets primarily created by companies as promotional ephemera in the 1920s and 1930s. The subjects reflect Gregory's work as an Attorney at Law and his travels in North America. In addition to travel and law reference, the collection also includes ephemera relating to women's health, child rearing, baseball, American history, and product advertisements. Many of the booklets were created and distributed by life insurance...
Dates: 1904-1940

Walter McClintock Collection.

Identifier: MS-533
Scope and Contents THE OLD NORTH TRAIL, MACMILLAN CO.: HOW IT WAS POSSIBLE TO MAKE THE BLACKFOOT INDIAN COLLECTION. YALE UNIVERSITY LIBRARY GAZETTE, APRIL 1949. TRADEDY OF THE BLACKFOOT, southwest museum papers, Apr. 1930. Four days in a medicine lodge, harper's, sept. 1900.Box 1 1. Manuscript “A Naturalist’s Adventures Among the Indians: published as “Old Indian Trails” (1923) – typed manuscript2. 2 lectures • “My introduction to the Blackfeet and Adoption by Chief Mad Wolf” • “Sun...
Dates: 1904 - 1949

Nudie's Rodeo Tailors Archives

Identifier: MSA-30
Abstract Nudie Cohn, born Nuta Kotlyrenko in Kiev (1902 December 15 - 1984 May 9), was a Russian immigrant who moved to America in 1913. Born into a family of boot makers and tailors, he made a name for himself in Western style tailoring. Nudie’s custom clothing was distinguished by its sharp fit and eye-catching embellishments. His work became famous in the Western music scene in the 1950s, and his client base grew over four decades to include movie studios, movie stars, rock and roll musicians, and...
Dates: 1950-1994

Hernando G. Villa Collection

Identifier: MS-565
Abstract Hernando Gonzalo Villa (born 1881, died 1952) was a prominent commercial artist and muralist whose work primarily depicted Native Americans, Mexican vaqueros, California missions, Spanish colonialists, and coastal views. This collection consists of the a sketch book, personal papers, ephemera, photographs, and publications related to Hernando Villa, his artwork, and his family. The material in this collection was created from 1894 to 1972.
Dates: 1894-1972