Papers of Daniel Robbins and Seymour Slive, 1959-2003 (inclusive), 1971-1982 (bulk)


Papers of Daniel Robbins and Seymour Slive, 1959-2003 (inclusive), 1971-1982 (bulk)

1959-2003 (inclusive), 1971-1982 (bulk)

These papers of Fogg Art Museum directors Daniel Robbins and Seymour Slive document their administration of the museum and related professional activities. Most of Robbins' papers were created during his administration of the museum, from 1971 to1974; most of Slive's papers are from his tenure as acting director and then director, from 1974 to1982. The papers consist primarily of correspondence and also include photographs and printed material.

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The Allen Memorial Art Museum at Oberlin College was dedicated on June 12, 1917. The building, designed by architect Cass Gilbert, was the gift of Dudley Peter and Elizabeth Severance Allen. This facility serves as exhibition space and storage facilities for the College's three major art bequests (Charles Olney, Charles Martin Hall, and Charles L. Freer). Incorporated in the Allen Memorial Art Museum is studio space, a library, and classrooms. In 1937 money was pledged for a new wing for the mus...

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Assistant curator of the Guggenheim Museum. From the description of Correspondence with Edward F. Fry, 1964-1969. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 212906070 Daniel J. Robbins was born in Brooklyn, New York in 1932. He attended the University of Chicago as an undergraduate, receiving an A.B. in 1951 at age 19. Robbins then attended Yale University, where he received an M.A. in Art History in 1955. He taught at Indiana University for one a...

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Nelson Goodman (1906- ) was Professor of Philosophy at Harvard from 1968-1977. From the description of Papers of Nelson Goodman, 1943-1979 (inclusive) 1949-1979 (bulk). (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 76974729 ...

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Robert Trent was a student in the Winterthur Program in Early American Culture when these materials were collected. From the description of Materials on Boston silver, 1976. (Winterthur Library). WorldCat record id: 147444338 ...

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The Index of American Design was a project of the research division of the Federal Art Project of the Works Progress Administration which produced approximately 20,000 reproductions (photographs and original drawings) and classifications of a wide variety of American art, paintings, sculptures, handicrafts, and folk art. From the description of Records relating to Index of American Design Exhibition, 1937. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122404372 Founded in 1891, through the...

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