Barry Walker correspondence files, 1991-1998.


Barry Walker correspondence files, 1991-1998.

The files include correspondence with artists, scholars, donors, museum officials, grantors and the general public. They include correspondence regarding Walker's initial attempts to acquire works and establish a department of prints and drawings.

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