Van Pappelendam, Laura. Papers 1922-1989
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Art society; Chicago, Illinois. Founded in 1915 to advance understanding and appreciation of art in all forms. A non-profit organization presenting major shows by established and undiscovered artists. From the description of The Renaissance Society at the University of Chicago records, 1917-1981. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 86132910 ...
German-American art historian who specialized in the areas of sculpture, bronzes and the applied arts. He was director of the Art Institute of Chicago and, in Florence, served as director and librarian of the Kunsthistorisches Institute; also was director of the Longhi Institute. From the description of Ulrich Middeldorf Papers, ca. 1925-1981. (Getty Research Institute). WorldCat record id: 80148470 Biographical/Historical Note ...
Robert Manning Strozier was born July 20, 1906, in McRae, Georgia. He received his Bachelor's and Mater's degrees from Emory University. In 1930, he began teaching French at the Georgia College for Men at Tifton, and later served on the faculties of West Georgia College and the University of Georgia. He received his Ph. D. from University of Chicago in 1945. While in Chicago, he met and married Margaret Burnett in 1937. Strozier became president of Florida State Universi...
Laura Van Pappelendam was born in Donnellson, Iowa on February 10, 1883. She graduated from the School of the Art Institute in Chicago, Illinois in 1909. She received her B.A. from the Art Institute in 1926 (the first year the school offered the degree). In 1929 Van Pappelendam received her Ph.B. from the University of Chicago. Van Pappelendam began teaching at the School of the Art Institute in 1909. Upon her retirement in 1959 she was named Professor Emeritus. Van Papp...