The collection contains newsclippings and publicity of Raphaële’s work as well as slides, prints, photos, negatives and transparencies of her portfolio of work used in corporate ads by many of the largest and most prominent companies around the world.
This collection consists of prints acquired by University of Houston Libraries Special Collections over the course of the department's existence. As available, description of each print includes title, artist, date, donor or provenance, and whether they are part of a larger work. Prints with little to no contextual information include a brief description of the image.
The records in this collection relate to artists who were represented by Betty Moody at certain points ranging from 1975-2012. The records primarily consist of administrative documents, like professional correspondence, price sheets, invoices, loan agreements, exhibition catalogs and invitations, mailing lists, and artist biographies
The collection contains approximately 45 linear feet of records documenting the Thomas V. Robinson Gallery, the Robinson Galleries, and also contains records documenting Mr. Robinson’s career as a art dealer. The dates range from approximately 1973-2010, with most materials dated 1990-2001. Materials include business records, correspondence, catalogs, invitations, exhibit documentation, etc.
This collection contains materials documenting Staley’s artistic production, including sketch books, exhibit catalogues and other exhibit documentation, clippings, and photographs. It also includes family photographs.
This collection is not yet fully processed but may be available for research. Please contact collection curator Christian Kelleher at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
10 linear feet of files and documents on: Artist Bookworks, American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), Clark Read Civil Rights Foundation, Martin Luther King Community Center, Houston Council on Human Relations, Art through the Years and Let Freedom Ring, Meetings/Committee Work/Minutes, Political and Community Organizations.
The Nina Vance Alley Theatre Papers document Nina Vance's career developing and directing the Alley Theatre and also contains personal items from her life. The collection is divided into three series: Personal Papers, Correspondence, and Alley Theatre Papers. The collection includes correspondence, production materials, scripts, programs, sound recordings, clippings, speeches, scrapbooks, date books, and miscellaneous items such as receipts and ephemera.