Found in 49 Collections and/or Records:
Kiki Smith collection of costume designs for theater and opera
Leonard Baskin broadsides and prints
The collection contains broadsides, prints, and other materials illustrated by Leonard Baskin and printed at his Gehenna Press.
Leslie Nelson Savage Mahoney papers
Architectural historian and interior decorator. The papers provide insight into the life a southern woman and a professional single mother. Her writings include material related to interior decorating; poetry; travel diaries; an unpublished biography of her father; and photographs of mostly family mambers. Correspondents include photographer, Frances Benjamin Johnston and lawyer and House of Representatives member, Lucy Sommerville Howorth.
Linda Stein papers
Marian Parry artwork and papers
Mary Shannon Strudwick papers
Fashion designer. The collection consists of four scrapbooks and her self-published memoir, Mary Telling. The scrapbooks include photographs of Strudwick's family, travel, design work, fabric samples, and text.
Mortimer Rare Book Collection book arts teaching collection
The Mortimer Rare Book Collection book arts teaching collection consists of collected materials used to assist in teaching about the book arts. It was curated by the staff of the Mortimer Rare Book Collection.
Nancy Bloch collection of chapbooks
Small collection of chapbooks and other print ephemera from Incline Press relating to the their correspondence with Nancy Bloch. Nancy Bloch was an artist, art collector, and art philanthropist. She studied Art History and Literature at Smith College (Class of 1952) and bookbinding at the American Academy of Bookbinding in Telluride, CO.
Nancy Cox-McCormack Cushman papers
Olive K. Damon papers
Farmer, Homemaker, amateur artist. The bulk of the collection consists of fifty-eight volumes of personal diaries, beginning in 1930 at age 19 and ending in 2002. Subjects include local history of Whately, Massachusetts, women's daily life and connections, marriage, and farm life. Supplementing the diaries is a self-published memoir of her life, correspondence with her son, and material documenting her artwork.
Oriole Horch Farb Feshbach papers
Oriole Horch Farb Feshbach, an American artist, was born on October 28, 1931 in New York City. The collection contains correspondence, notes, drafts, images, publications, and photographs, mostly related to her work based on the "H.D. Trilogy"[Hilda Doolittle, poet] and "Luminations" [Wallace Stevens, poet].
Portia Pratt Dahl papers
Bookbinder. Papers include documents related to Dahl's work as a bookbinder from her student days in Paris, France and her workshop in Boston, Mass. Seth F. Pratt's commonplace book also includes documents and papers related to him. In addition, there is an artist's sketchbook of Peter Dahl (1857-1929) and related papers.
Priscilla Van der Poel Papers
The Priscilla Van der Poel Papers contain materials primarily concerned with the professor's teaching career at Smith, but also reveal much about her social life. Material includes correspondence, programs, writings, photographs, diaries, and collected ephemera.
Sidney Kaplan art and printing archive
Trudy Feiss papers
The collection contains the personal papers, artworks, photographs, newspaper and magazine clippings of Gertrude "Trudy" Feiss, illustrator and artist. Particularly well represented are Feiss' time at Smith and her service in the Marines.
Victoria I and Lillian Nicholson Meyer botanical illustrations
Prints from an exhibit which featured plant portraits created by Victoria I and Lillian Nicholson Meyer for Jashemski’s book A Pompeian Herbal. The illustrations portray medicinal plants identified in the excavations and those that still grow in the area today. The text, adapted from the book, documents the varied ways both the ancient Romans and the modern Pompeians have used these plants.
Voices of Feminism Oral History Project oral histories
Oral History Project documenting the persistence and diversity of organizing for women in the United States. Narrators include labor, peace, and anti-racism activists; artists and writers; lesbian rights advocates; grassroots anti-violence and anti-poverty organizers; and women of color reproductive justice leaders. Interviews cover childhood, personal life, and political work. Most oral histories consist of audiovisual recordings and transcripts, plus some background information.
WomenArts is a non-profit arts service organization dedicated to helping women artists get the resources they need to do their creative work. The WomenArts records consist of grant applications, funding proposals, financial information, reports, and publicity materials for the parent organization, as well as for projects and artists that WomenArts funded.
Women's Art Colony Farm records
"The Farm" was founded in the mid-1980s. It is a self-supporting women's artist colony run by Kate Millett. Women apply to work at The Farm, a successful Christmas tree venture, in exchange for room, board and studio space. Records include applications, printed material, financial records. The collection also includes unpublished writings, photographs, audio and visual tapes, and slides.