Papers, 1943-1981, gathered by Ruth Goddard, a biographer of Salinas. Included are: correspondence; price lists; portions of interview transcripts about Salinas; a few manuscript pages; the cover and title page of Goddard's 1975 book, PORFIRIO SALINAS; an unpublished article on Salinas by Goddard; two photos of Salinas; and miscellany.
Five scrapbooks containing: letters, clippings, catalogs, and memorabilia regarding Sellors' career, the Fort Worth School of Fine Arts which she founded with Sallie Gillespie and Blanche McVeigh in 1932, the Dallas Craft Guild, and the careers of Jerry Bywaters, Octavio Medellin, Allie Tennant, Charles Umlauf, Bror Utter, and others. Also included are exhibition catalogs and miscellany.
Biographical data; correspondence; newspaper clippings; exhibition catalogs; printed material about Simms and his sculpture; photographs of Simms and his work; and pencil sketches.
Biographical information, letters received, exhibition catalogs and announcements, and clippings.
Ca. 20 letters; exhibition catalogs and announcements; newspaper clippings; magazine articles; press releases; and 16 sketchbooks.
Letters, 1977-1981; clippings; annotated sketchbooks, 1979-1981; and photographs of Stein, her work, and art related events.
Biographical information; correspondence; notes; printed material; sketchbooks; and photographs.
A resume; correspondence; clippings; exhibition announcements and catalogs; photographs of Stinsmuehlen, her studio and her work; and a sketchbook, undated.
A resume; articles, 1969, written by Stoker; clippings; and exhibition announcements and catalogs.
A resume; an essay, "Thresholds: Tinka Tarver as Woman Artist in American Society, A Movement Towards the Diagonal," by L. Banks Tarver; exhibition announcements and catalogs; clippings; printed material, including announcements for dance performances; and nine photographs of Tarver, her family and her works of art.