Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Gregory L. Meis Ephemera Collection
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...
Michael O'Brien Northwest Coast Graphic Art Collection
Collection — Box 1
Scope and contents The Northwest Coast Graphic Art Collection, assembled by Michael O'Brien, contains various forms of reprinted Native American art from museums as well as artists' brochures. Souvenir postcards and greeting cards represent museum pieces as well as contemporary artists' work. Letters, price sheets and brochures from gallery curators, list sculptures, drums, "talking sticks," masks and other three-dimensional art for purchase.
Dates: late 20th Century
James Willard Schultz Collection
Abstract This collection contains two copies of a pamphlet entitled "The Starving Blackfeet Indians" written by James Willard Schultz, 1921 November 3, and papers from the James Willard Schultz - Lone Wolf Museum, Inc. in Greer Arizona from 1994.
Dates: 1921, 1994
Mildred Walter Manuscripts and Papers
Abstract Mildred Walter (1896-1993) was a Spanish teacher in Los Angeles public high schools, and an avid fan of traditional Mexican costumes and folk dances. Mildred and her husband, Keamer Walter, danced in performances in Southern California in the 1950s and 1960s. This collection of manuscripts and papers created and collected by Mildred Walter spans from 1933-1986 and includes correspondence, personal papers, business and travel papers, lecture and draft manuscripts, and research files.
Frances E. Watkins Papers
Abstract Frances Emma Watkins, born December 27, 1899 and died circa 1987, was an anthropologist specializing in the American Southwest, publishing mostly in the 1930s and 1940s. Watkins was an employee of the Southwest Museum of the American Indian from 1930 to the mid-1950s. This collection, spanning from 1855-1968, includes the manuscripts, personal papers, research notes and publications by Frances E. Watkins, as well as manuscripts, research materials, and publications that she collected. There...
Dates: 1855-1968; Majority of material found within 1886 - 1959