Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: AAA 10495
Scope and Contents Biographical data; exhibition announcements; catalogs; invitations; clippings; and 2 notebooks containing photographs from Armstrong's "Artists and Their Studios" project, 1977.
Identifier: AAA 6835
Scope and Contents A resume; correspondence with art organizations and institutions; a book by Brotherton, VARIATIONS IN WATERCOLOR; price lists for works of art; photographs of Brotherton and her work; certificates and awards; a scrapbook, 1967-1968; exhibition catalogs; announcements; invitations; and clippings.
Identifier: AAA 7077
Dates: ca. 1948-1979
Scope and Contents Biographical information; correspondence; printed materials including clippings, exhibition catalogs and announcements, articles in the HOUSTON REVIEW by Martin Dreyer, "The Way We Were: Houston's Culture in the 1940's" and "Portrait of a Houston Artist: An Interview with Margaret Webb Dreyer"; Dreyer Galleries file, 1962-1975; and personal photographs.
Identifier: AAA 8189
Scope and Contents Biographical information; correspondence; photographs; clippings, exhibition brochures and newsletters; and illustrations and sketches.
Identifier: AAA 8171
Scope and Contents A resume; correspondence; a scrapbook containing clippings, exhibition catalogs and announcements, letters, and memorabilia, 1960-1965; awards and certificates; exhibition catalogs; Christmas cards and cards designed by Gantz; photographs of works of art; and printed material concerning painting classes taught by Gantz.
Identifier: AAA 9034
Scope and Contents Correspondence; writings; photographs; legal and business records; a resume; journals; a notebook; exhibition catalogs and announcements; clippings; and printed material.
Collection — Microfilm box 3289, Image: 179-654
Identifier: AAA 10595
Scope and Contents Biographical data; letters from the Texas Fine Art Commission, San Antonio Art League, galleries and friends; clippings, exhibition announcements and catalogs; 2 photographs of Wray and 5 photographs of her paintings; and a sketchbook containing drawings of Alcapulco, Mexico.