Papers of Arthur Pope


Papers of Arthur Pope


These papers of Harvard Fine Arts professor and museum director Arthur Pope document his administration of the Fogg, Germanic and Semitic Museums from 1945 to 1948, as well as his teaching, research and publication activity over several decades. The papers consist primarily of correspondence and also include memoranda, printed material,photographs, lecture transcripts, calling cards, reports, fabric samples, exhibition wall text and labels, drafts of published work, preparatory notes for class lectures and page proofs.

9 linear feet (18 file boxes, oversize materials)

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SNAC Resource ID: 6382495

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