This collection is housed in 45 boxes and organized into 12 series entitled: Buffalo Bayou Partnership, Market Square Park Project, Art Lies (the magazine), good (the book), Blaffer Gallery, Friends of Integrative Medicine, Uncommon Cents, News Clippings, Photographs, A/V Materials, and Ephemera/Index Cards. Materials within this collection have been arranged topically and therein in chronological order.
A resume; 15 magazine and newspaper clippings; 4 exhibition invitations and announcements; and 9 photographs of Bristow's embroidery and applique designs.
This collection documents Casas’s career and life from 1946 to 2017, with the bulk of the materials focused in the 1980s and 1990s. Materials include copies of publications, original manuscripts, original sketches, exhibit pamphlets and catalogs, exhibit reviews, correspondence, original artworks, and posters. The collection contains materials in both English and Spanish.
The Chocolate Bayou Theater Company Collection consists of 3 boxes of materials dating from 1979-1988. The collection is divided into two series: Administrative Papers and Productions.
This collection does not currently have a finding aid available online. For assistance, please contact Special Collections by emailing email@example.com.
The personal papers of life partners Pat Gustavson, an architect and pediatric hematologist, and Mignon Weisinger, an artist, in Houston and Galveston. The papers document their life partnership, early and family lives, education, careers, and community.
[The Gustavson and Weisinger papers are being processed but are available for research. Please contact curator Vince Lee at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.]
The Dorothy Hood Papers are a collection of the Art Museum of South Texas and the University of Houston Libraries.
The personal papers of artist Dorothy Hood include correspondence, written works including a memoir and poetry, scrapbooks, catalogs and other publicity, photographs, financial documents, artifacts, and other materials.
This collection contains theatre programs from 1939-1961.
Resumes; a letter from the Dallas Chamber of Commerce; a ceramics course textbook written by Kahn; awards for craft designs; and printed material including newsletters of the Texas Designer/Craftsman organization, exhibition catalogs and announcements, clippings and magazine articles.
This collection contains materials dating back to 1979, when the Lawndale Art and Performance Center was formed. It includes exhibition announcements, posters, photographs, 35mm slides, artist correspondence, ephemera, and video related to exhibitions and programs presented by the art center.
The Lawndale records are not yet fully processed, but may be available for research. Please contact collection curator Christian Kelleher at email@example.com for more information.