Diana Korzenik collection of art education ephemera, 1781-1966 (bulk 1850-1940).


Diana Korzenik collection of art education ephemera, 1781-1966 (bulk 1850-1940).

A collection of art education materials composed of instructional materials (e.g. art instruction manuals, art reproductions, drawing books, drawing cards, painting books, penmanship books, etc.), instructional systems by William N. Bartholomew, Walter Smith and Louis Prang, objects (e.g. boxed painting sets, drawing slates, models, drawing desks, colored pencils, crayons, paint, etc.) and non-instructional materials (e.g. promotional materials, scrapbooks, Korzenik's student papers; catalogs, etc.).

ca. 1200 items.


SNAC Resource ID: 6801880

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