Aileen Osborn Webb writings, [ca. 1977].

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Aileen Osborn Webb writings, [ca. 1977].

Unpublished memoirs of Aileen Osborn Webb, "ALMOST A CENTURY," which chronicles the growth of handicraft arts in America including the founding of the American Crafts Council, the creation of "Craft Horizons" newsletter, and the establishment of the Museum of Contemporary Crafts and the World Craft Council.

160 p. (on partial microfilm reel)

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World Crafts Council

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The World Crafts Council was founded in 1964 to maintain, strengthen, and insure the status of crafts as a vital part of cultural life and to advise craftsmen by sponsoring international conferences. The Council holds exhibitions, publishes craft books, and provides an information service. From the description of Records, 1964-1982. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 155508418 ...

American Craft Council

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The American Craftsmen's Cooperative Council was founded in 1943. The name was changed in 1950 to American Craftsmen's Educational Council; in 1955 to American Craftsmen's Council; in 1969 to American Crafts Council; and in 1979 to American Craft Council. The Council was founded to serve as an educational organization to foster appreciation of the work of American craftsmen. The Council maintains the American Craft Museum, publishes a magazine and other works, and operates an audio-visual servic...

American Crafts Council. Museum of Contemporary Crafts

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Webb, Aileen O.

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Art administrator; New York, N.Y. Was president and chairman of the Board of the American Crafts Council. From the description of Mrs. Vanderbilt Webb interviews, 1970 May 7-June 9 [sound recording]. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 79130664 Aileen O. Webb (1892-1979) was an art administrator from New York, N.Y. She was president and chairman of the Board of the American Crafts Council. From the description of Oral ...