Found in 49 Collections and/or Records:
Alida Walsh was an artist, filmmaker, feminist, and professor of film studies. Artwork by Alida Walsh, including copies of her films and other audiovisual media; photographs, slides, color photocopies, writings, and correspondence of and pertaining to her work; and posters, reviews, and press releases for her exhibitions.
A collection of bookplates assembled by Angela Shipman Crispin (Smith College, Class of 1908) and Dr. Egerton L. Crispin. The collection consists of bookplates, proof plates (some signed by the engraver) and dealers' catalogs and lists.
The collection contains 34 books executed primarily in gouache and pastel by Walker with poetry or lines from various authors living or dead. Poets and writers include Michel Butor, Peter Davison, Emily Dickinson, Edward Kessler, Kenneth Koch, Ron Padgett and Henry David Thoreau. Also included in the collection is correspondence related to the books, exhibition materials, and general publicity on Walker.
Antonio Frasconi was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina (1919), grew up in Montevideo, Uruguay, and lived in the United States from 1945 until his death in 2013. He was recognized largely for his woodcuts. His collection contains correspondence, decorated mailing envelopes, two original prints, exhibition announcements, posters, catalogs and notes, as well as some printed articles about Frasconi.
Documents women's participation in, and contributions to, the broad field of art. Contains primarily printed material, plus, correspondence, interviews, notes, photographs, postcards, posters, speeches, and typescripts. The collection documents the lives and work of individual designers, landscape architects, women in the fine arts, as well as the status of women in the arts and organizations of feminist artists.
Bernard Childs (1910-1985) was a painter and printmaker who resided in Paris and in New York, N.Y. The collection includes prints and printed materials on Childs, as well as many notes and descriptive texts by his wife Judith Childs. There also is original artwork, including WWII-era drawings by Childs.
Brooke Palmieri describes themselves as "a writer, printmaker, and sculptor working at the intersections of history, memory, and gender-bending alternate realities." Prints and printed ephemera created by Brooke Palmieri, mostly under the name of their company Camp Books. The primary focus of the works is queer history and politics.
Includes papers of sculptor Henry Kirke Brown; his nephew, sculptor Henry Kirke Bush-Brown; his wife, painter Margaret Lesley Bush-Brown); their daughter, artist Lydia Bush-Brown Head; and sons, Harold Bush-Brown and James Bush-Brown.
Hunter was born in Ohio to a family involved in printing and publishing. Hunter is also known as a papermaker and an authority on the history of papermaking. This collection contains specimens of papers made by Hunter and articles by or about him. Also a copy of: Massachusetts Institute of Technology : Dard Hunter Paper Museum
Collection contains a scrapbook of magazine and newspaper clippings about artist Dorthea Wareen O'Hara and her pottery.
Dorothy May Anderson taught landscape design at Smith College and contributed to the redesign of the Smith campus prior to joining the war effort in 1943. Her papers contains questionnaires, course material, photographs, newspaper clippings, and correspondence related to Anderson's professional and personal life.
The collection includes handmade papers and printed ephemera; a copy ofThe Art of the Book, some hand-bindings by Douglass Morse Howell  leaves. Also included is Douglass Morse Howell Papermaker, September 11-October 31, 1987, New York Public Library. 20 p. and two blank books bound by Howell, using his papers; one is signed by him and dated 1968.
Artist, Traveler, Ethnographer. The Elisabeth Telling Papers include extensive correspondence (1902-36) with her family describing her travels; diaries (1902-65); photographs and slides; writings; and her artwork. Her writings include published articles and her unpublished manuscript, "An Artist In Guatemala." Notable correspondents include playwright Stuart Walker, Sophia Smith Collection Director Margaret Storrs Grierson, sculptor Alice Morgan Wright, and artist Robert Eskridge.
The materials include designs, sketches, layouts, typographic and lithographic proofs, films, one lithographic plate, exhibition labels, correspondence, and notes by the artist; approximately 150 items.
Sculptor; Director, Smith College Public Relations; and Officer, United States Naval Reserve, World War II. Focuses primarily on her career as a sculptor, with a small amount of material on her work (as student and staff) at Smith College and in U.S. Navy. Material includes correspondence, biographical articles, research files, clippings, exhibit catalogs (sculptures of notable people), posters, scrapbooks, and photographs.
Painter and painting instructor. This collection consists of several watercolor paintings and two oversized prints.
German-born book designer, illustrator, calligrapher, teacher, and scenic designer who moved to the United States in the mid-1930's. Consists of books designed by George Salter and books reflecting his professional interests (704 items), together with proofs, papers, and ephemera relating to his design projects (2,901 pieces).
Papers consist of biographical material, artwork, artifacts, correspondence, speeches, photographs, writings, and memorabilia created or kept by Hale Family members and their Everett, Beecher, Gilman, Hooker, Perkins, Stowe, and Westcott relatives. Primarily documents the households of Nathan, Sr., and Sarah Preston (Everett) Hale; Edward Everett and Emily (Perkins) Hale; Ellen Day Hale; and Philip and Lilian (Westcott) Hale.
Art critic; Art historian. Printed material, clippings, letter, illustrations. The collection consists of brochures and calendars produced by Portraits, Incorporated, New York City, 1962-1971; plus one letter, and miscellaneous clippings.
The collection includes Henry L. Seaver's research subject files, personal papers and correspondence including with John E. Burchard, Margaret L. Johnson, Dorothy King, Margaret S. Grierson, photographs and negatives, course notes and lectures and a typescript of a manuscript on witchcraft. Also here included is ephemera from Seaver's press, including wood engravings and copper plates.
Leonard Baskin (August 15, 1922 – June 3, 2000) was an American sculptor, illustrator, wood-engraver, printmaker, graphic artist, writer and teacher at Smith College. This collection consists of books, catalogs, and letters related to Baskin that were collected by Hovey Harper and donated by his estate to the Smith College Museum of Art.
Ivan Kaliuznu (also spelled Kaluzhny) was a Russian trained artist and bookbinder who left Russia at the time of the Bolshevik Revolution. This collection contains a ca1930 bible printed by Eyre and Spottiswoode, London, with leather binding by Ivan Kaliuznu, as well as correspondence from Kaliuznu to Irene Dietrich, miscellaneous information on the artist and photographs of George Lazarev and Catherine Breshkovsky.
DePol is a wood engraver who has worked in commercial printing. The collection contains a selection of DePol's art and print work, articles on him, and correspondence.
The Kennedy Family papers contains materials documenting the lives and careers of Clarence and Ruth Kennedy, faculty in the Smith College Art Department.