Barbara Rose papers, 1940-1993, bulk 1960-1985

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Barbara Rose papers, 1940-1993, bulk 1960-1985

Barbara Rose papers, 1940-1993, bulk 1960-1985

1940-1993

The Barbara Rose papers represent a selection from her archive and document her research in post-war and contemporary American art. The bulk of the papers date from 1960 through 1985. Included are sound recordings and videos, most of which are interviews by Rose of American artists active in the 1960s.

11 linear ft.; (40 boxes)

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