Jean Paul Slusser papers 1905-1978


Jean Paul Slusser papers 1905-1978

Artist, art critic, director of the University of Michigan Art Museum. Scrapbooks with clippings of Ann Arbor News art reviews, scrapbook, 1905-1907, concerning University of Michigan student life, topical files relating to his interest in art and cultural organizations, original scripts of lectures and radio talks.

2 linear feet and 2 oversize volumes



SNAC Resource ID: 6389453

Bentley Historical Library

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