Public Relations Office Records of Members' Trips and Events, 1979-1996.


Public Relations Office Records of Members' Trips and Events, 1979-1996.

This series contains the records of trips and events organized by the Public Relations Office for members of the Friends of the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute from 1979-1996. There is one file for each event and the events range in size and scope from small lectures held at the Clark to multi-week international trips. The records contain an assortment of trip planning and evaluation materials including correspondence with participants, correspondence with other museums, hotels and organizations visited during the trips, attendance lists, budgets, receipts, expense reports, itineraries, and trip evaluations filled out by participants.

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