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© 1992
The Museum of Modern Art Museum Archives
Finding aid prepared by Rona Roob and Rachel Wild, November 11, 1992. Updated by Jennifer Waxman, 2008.

Overview of the Collection

Creator: Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.). Department of Circulating Exhibitions
Title: Department of Circulating Exhibitions Records
Inclusive Dates: 1931-1990
Quantity: 147 Linear Feet
Includes 27 reels of microfilm and 2 hard drives

Arrangement

The papers have been organized into four series: I, Administrative Matters, 1931-ca. 1960s, including departmental records and exhibitor correspondence; II, Exhibitions, 1931-69, primarily records relevant to the organization of nationally circulated exhibitions but including some materials on exhibitions circulated internationally; III, Albums, 1931-1952, which has 51 scrapbook albums containing supporting material, such as checklists, itineraries, clippings, announcements, and photographs of circulating exhibitions; and IV, Albums, 1959-1969, which includes photograph albums of later circulating exhibitions.
Series I, Administrative Matters, is divided into twenty-four subseries. Series I.1, Artist/Gallery Affiliation List, through I.23, Statistics, are arranged alphabetically. Series I.24, Exhibitor Correspondence, is arranged alphabetically by city of origin
Series II is divided into two subseries: Series II.1, Exhibitions, 1931-58 and Series II.2, Exhibitions, 1959-69. Series II.1, Exhibitions, 1931-58 is arranged alphabetically by exhibition title. Series II.2, Exhibitions, 1959-69 is arranged chronologically according to the number assigned by the Office of the Registrar based on the exhibition proposal date.
Series III contains scrapbook albums, which are sequentially numbered. Within each album, the exhibitions are also sequentially numbered, starting anew with each album. The order of the albums is based on the original arrangement, which was loosely based on division by department.
Series IV contains photograph albums of circulating exhibitions from a later date. Albums are arranged numerically by exhibition number.
All records have been cross-referenced. The existence of albums containing materials supplementary to specific exhibitions as well as related record groups, such as the International Circulating Exhibitions Archive (ICE Archive), is indicated.
The Papers are organized into series and subseries as follows:
Series I: Administrative Matters

I.1 Artist/Gallery Affiliation List, n.d. [?1960s]
I.2 Budget: Income and Expenses, 1932, 1935, 1944-45, 1948, 1950
I.3 "Bulletins on C/E Program", 1940 & 1954
I.4 Catalogs and Calendars, 1935/36-1948/49, 1949/50-1969/70
I.5 "Color Reproductions [of works of art]", 1943-57
I.6 Correspondence, 1932, 1935, 1944
I.7 Departmental Office Information, 1942-59
I.8 Germany: "Resolution on Paintings from Germany (that should be returned)" [paintings removed to the U.S. during World War II], 1946
I.9 Insurance for Circulating Exhibitions 1944-53, 1960-69
I.10 "International Exhibitions Program", ca. 1952-62
I.11 Loans of Works of Art for Circulating Exhibitions, 1952-58, 1966-68
I.12 Membership, 1944
I.13 Multiple Copy Exhibitions, ca. 1952-53
I.14 New York State Council on the Arts [NYSCA], 1966
I.15 "O.W.I" [Office of War Information] Exhibition Preparation, 1945
I.16 "Print Exhibitions"
I.17 Program Proposals and Status Reports, 1941-49, 1953-55, 1957, 1959-62, 1965, 1968
I.18 Publicity and Promotion, 1933-41, 1943-58, 1960s
I.19 Questionnaires, 1942-44
I.20 Sales and Rentals of Copies of Exhibitions Abroad, ca. 1940s-1952
I.21 "Schedule of Special Exhibitions Not Regularly Scheduled" ca. 1943-57
I.22 Slide Talks [Lectures], 1944
I.23 Statistics, 1931-51
I.24 Exhibitor Correspondence, 1931-41, 1943-45


Series II: Exhibitions, 1931-1990

II.1 Exhibitions, 1931-1958
II.2 Exhibitions, 1959-1969
II.3 Exhibitions, 1964-1990
II.3.1 Architecture and Design
II.3.2 Drawings and Prints
II.3.3 Film
II.3.4 Painting and Sculpture
II.3.5 Grants for Exhibitions


Series III: Albums, 1931-1952


Series IV: Albums, 1959-1969


Historical Note

From the beginning, the Museum of Modern Art's trustees intended that the Museum should be more than a repository or an exhibition gallery for modern art and that it should promote an understanding of the most vital art being produced in the time to the widest possible range of individuals and institutions. In 1931, two years after it was founded, the Museum organized its first exhibition of modern architecture and what was to become its first traveling exhibition, The International Exhibition of Modern Architecture. The trustees assumed responsibility for half of the cost of the show, on the condition that the balance could be raised among other participating institutions. An illustrated pamphlet outlining the plan and the importance of the exhibition was sent to museums throughout the country and eleven institutions subscribed. During 1931 the Museum had assembled sixty color reproductions with commentary by Museum director Alfred H. Barr, Jr. for a group of New York secondary schools. This exhibition, A Brief Survey of Modern Painting, was so well received during the first year of the tour which began in October 1932 that a duplicate show was prepared, which traveled for nine years.

These two exhibitions prepared the way for the Department of Circulating Exhibitions, officially established in 1933, which supplied exhibitions of modern art to other institutions. Elodie Courter, a member of the Museum staff, became Secretary of Circulating Exhibitions in November 1935 and played an active role in the development of that department. She was named director in 1939, a position she held until 1947. During that period, the number and variety of the Museum's traveling exhibitions increased, until the roster of circulating exhibitions encompassed all the fields included in the Museum itself: industrial design, the graphic arts, theater arts, photography, and film, in addition to painting, sculpture, and architecture.

Among the most widely-seen exhibitions circulated by the department in its first five years were Machine Art, 1934-38; Paintings, Watercolors and Drawings by van Gogh, 1936; and Portrait of the Artist's Mother" by James Abbott McNeill Whistler, 1933-34. In addition, the department adapted and circulated during its first decade Museum exhibitions such as American Folk Art, 1932-33; Cubism and Abstract Art, 1936-37; Fantastic Art, Dada and Surrealism, 1937; Photography: 1839-1937, 1937-38; Six Modern Sculptors, 1936-38; and, in the 1940s, Ancestral Sources of Modern Painting, 1941-46; Latin American Contemporary Art, 1942-43; Modern Architecture for the Modern School, 1942-46; and Picasso: Forty Years of His Art, 1940-43.

In 1939 a grant was obtained from the Rockefeller Foundation to enable the Museum to expand its program of exhibitions specially prepared for smaller educational institutions. During the next four years, a large number of inexpensive exhibitions, including original works as well as color reproductions, was assembled and offered at nominal fees to the exhibitors. High-quality color reproductions enabled the Museum to introduce to the public works that would otherwise have been too costly to pack and ship or perhaps impossible to obtain on loan; exhibitions such as these proved ideal for educational institutions. Among the most widely-circulated of these exhibitions were A Brief Survey of Modern Painting, 1931-39; How Modern Artists Paint People, 1943-48; Paintings and Drawings by Vincent van Gogh, 1935-42; and What Is Modern Painting?, 1944-54.

When, in 1943, the Rockefeller Foundation grant was exhausted, the Department of Circulating Exhibitions and the Museum's Educational Program, under the direction of Victor d'Amico, combined facilities to provide further material for use in secondary and elementary schools. This program was later modified to include multiple exhibitions consisting of lightweight panels on which color reproductions, photographs or diagrams were mounted; teaching portfolios, which were designed for classroom use and offered to educational institutions at a special reduction; and slide talks, which included both color and black-and-white slides as well as an accompanying text. These materials also played an important part in the continuation of the Museum's exhibitions program during World War II, when the circulation of large-scale exhibitions was necessarily curtailed. Many of the exhibitions that were prepared for circulation during the war period focused on topics that were an adjunct to the war itself, for example, Camouflage for Civilian Defense, 1942-44; Road to Victory, prepared in multiple editions for circulation in 1943-44; The Arts in Therapy, 1943-46; War Posters Today, 1942-44; "Yank" Illustrates the War, 1943-44; and the large-scale exhibition Airways to Peace, which was circulated in 1943-44. Exhibitions were also prepared in cooperation with the Office of War Information (OWI) for purchase and circulation abroad.

In 1952, a grant from the Rockefeller Brothers Fund made possible a five-year project, the International Circulating Exhibitions Program, expanding the scope of the Museum's traveling exhibitions to include Europe and Latin America. Porter A. McCray, then director of the Department of Circulating Exhibitions, was appointed director of the newly formed International Program. Twenty-two of the first twenty-five exhibitions prepared under this project were circulated outside the United States; the remaining three, devoted to arts of other countries, circulated in the United States. In 1969, the administration of exhibitions presented in New York and of those circulated by the Department of Circulating Exhibitions were consolidated into one department, the Exhibition Program. This new department was directed by Wilder Green. From 1972 to 1996 Richard Palmer was director of the Museum's Department of Exhibition Program.


Scope and Content Note

The processed papers of the the Department of Circulating Exhibitions include 147 linear feet of correspondence, research notes, published materials, lists, large-format scrapbook albums, photograph albums, photographs, photographic panels, record album, display book, and ephemera pertaining to departmental administration and the organization and circulation of exhibitions. 73 linear feet of records are stored in 20 10.25x12.5x15.5" storage boxes; 102 5" document boxes; 17 2.5" document boxes; 1 3x5x12" and 2 4.5x6x8" index card boxes. The remaining 74 linear feet include 49 16x13x4" large-format albums containing press clippings, photographs, promotional and other materials pertaining to individual exhibitions circulated by the department; 1 10x12" photograph album; 57 8.5x11" photograph albums; 2 bundles (32x43.5"; 20x25") of photographic panels; 1 12" acetate record album; and 1 21x23.5x5" particle-board display book.

During processing, we discovered records of exhibitions that traveled but that were not listed in the Museum's files; working folders for exhibitions that had been proposed but were ultimately cancelled; exhibitions listed in Museum records for which no documentary material exists; records for international circulating exhibitions containing foreign artwork that were circulated nationally and to Canada, or that were transferred from the Department of Circulating Exhibitions for international circulation; and Educational Program projects that were transferred to the department for circulation. The inclusive dates for these records is 1931 through 1969. This predates the official establishment of the Department in 1933 and ends with the reorganization of the Department of Circulating Exhibitions into the Exhibition Program in 1969.

The Department of Circulating Exhibitions collaborated with all curatorial departments within the Museum in order to insure a diverse program of exhibitions covering a wide range of media - painting, sculpture, prints, photography, graphic and industrial design and architecture. As a result, the records include correspondence from staff important to the early history of The Museum of Modern Art, including Alfred H. Barr, Jr., René d'Harnoncourt, Dorothy C. Miller, James Johnson Sweeney, James Thrall Soby and Monroe S. Wheeler, among others. Also included are the administrative records of the first director of the department, Elodie Courter.

These papers reveal the Museum's role as a promulgator of modern art in this country, both through its innovative program of circulating exhibitions to other institutions, as well as its role in educating several generations of art students, as well as the general public, through its collaborations with the Museum's Educational Program. They also reflect the Museum's support of U.S. interests abroad during and immediately following World War II. For example, the Department of Circulating Exhibitions prepared numerous exhibitions for the United States Office of War Information for European tour during the 1940s, including the survey exhibitions America Builds and Modern American Architecture Additionally, during this period, more than two dozen exhibitions of photographs and government war posters were prepared for national tour that focused on such timely issues as wartime housing, internment of Japanese-Americans and the cultural impact of the war. Similarly, the department was instrumental in establishing a program of cultural exchange with Latin America through its collaboration with the Office of the Coordinator for Inter-American Affairs in Washington, D.C., for which it organized exhibitions of Latin American art for circulation in this country as well as exhibitions of American art and architecture for tour in Latin America. This later served as the model for the Museum's International Program which began in 1953.

These papers are also an important source of general art historical information. For instance, the pioneering Museum of Modern Art exhibition Cubism and Abstract Art, which was held at the Museum in Spring 1936, was circulated nationally in 1936-37; the files contain, for example, autographed letters to Alfred H. Barr, Jr. from Alexander Calder, Robert and Sonia Delaunay, Marcel Duchamp, Alberto Giacometti, Jacques Lipchitz and Piet Mondrian, as well as other artists whose work was included in the exhibition. Other original documentation includes lecture notes by the art critic Meyer Schapiro, which were prepared for the retrospective exhibition Picasso: Forty Years of His Art, circulated in the early 1940s; and László Moholy-Nagy's panel sketches for the 1942 exhibition How to Make a Photogram.


Restrictions

Access Restrictions

The records are open for research and contain few restricted materials.

Ownership and Literary Rights

The Department of Circulating Exhibitions Records are the physical property of The Museum of Modern Art. Literary rights, including copyright belong to the authors or their legal heirs and assigns. Rights to work produced during the normal course of Museum business resides with The Museum of Modern Art. For further information, and to obtain permission to publish or reproduce, contact the Museum Archivist.


Index Terms

This collection is indexed under the following headings in DADABASE, the library catalog of The Museum of Modern Art. Researchers desiring materials about related topics, persons, or places should search the catalog using these headings.
Persons and Organizations:
Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.). Department of Circulating Exhibitions


Related Collections in the Museum Archives

For related material concerning exhibitions that circulated internationally see the International Circulating Exhibitions Records and for information related to exhibitions held at the Museum see the Registrar and Curatorial Exhibition Files in the Museum Archives. For newspaper and magazine clippings concerning both exhibitions held at the Museum and those that circulated see the Public Information Scrapbooks. For information about specific circulating exhibitions see Museum History: Administrative Records. See also, the papers of former Museum staff members who organized the Museum exhibitions on which some circulating exhibitions were based; these include Alfred H. Barr, Jr., René d'Harnoncourt, William S. Lieberman, Dorothy C. Miller, Frank O'Hara, and James Thrall Soby.

Exhibition catalogs are available in the Library.


Administrative Information

Provenance

The papers were transferred to the Archives from four separate sources: a storage area above the Library (transferred from the Exhibition Program Department, Summer 1985); a records warehouse; and the departments of the Registrar and of Public Information. Before processing began, a complete list of circulating exhibitions did not exist. A preliminary list of approximately 700 exhibitions was compiled by cross-referencing existing aids: the Registrar card index, the album card index and a list maintained by a former member of the Circulating Exhibitions staff. This list, which formed the basis for the finding aid, was supplemented by a thorough reading of the papers during processing as well as research conducted in the International Circulating Exhibitions records, the Library, and in the offices of the Registrar and the International Program.

Alternative Form Available

Series III, Albums 1931-1952 are available in digital format (PDF/JPEG2000) and on microfilm at the Museum Archives.

I.23.12.1 is also available in digital format (PDF/JPEG2000) and microfilm at the Museum Archives.

Preferred Citation

Department of Circulating Exhibitions Records, [series.folder]. The Museum of Modern Art Archives, New York.

Processing, Conservation and Condition Note

Due to their brittle and deteriorating state, the scrapbook albums of Series III were cleaned, rehoused, and microfilmed in 2007. Digital scans were made from the microfilm at the same time. The purpose of the conservation and reformatting project was to treat the original objects for long-term storage and to provide greater access to information. In a temporary, in-house conservation lab, each album was disassembled and placed in custom-made archival folders and boxes. Each page was brushed to remove excess dust and debris, and items were detached from support pages to make visible information obstructed by glue or other adhesives. All album covers were kept as part of the collection.

During the conservation process, the albums were given a sequential number order following the original arrangement. Exhibitions within the albums were also given a sequential number order. Further, more accurate data about the material in the albums was gathered. Previously unlisted exhibitions and albums have been added to the finding aid. Date ranges were referenced against exhibition itineraries and the Exhibition History List. Exhibition titles were confirmed against information in the albums, exhibition files and the Exhibition History List. The type of document (itinerary, checklist, press release, etc.) was identified for research purposes and is included in the description of each exhibition below. This information, as well as the exhibition title and date, is also included as metadata in the digital files.

All material in the albums has been captured with the exception of MoMA publications as they are readily available elsewhere. Full image of oversize items can be found on microfilm reel 27. All binding tools and hardcovers for Albums 21, 22, 34 and 46 have been kept for reassembly.

Microfilm and digital scanning was produced by Hudsonmicroimaging, Inc in accordance with standards set by ANSI, AIIM, Library of Congress and the RLG Guidelines for Microfilming to Support Digitization.


Additional Descriptive Data

Explanation of Abbreviations

ALS is an Autographed Letter Signed
TLS is a Typed Letter Signed
TL stands for Typed Letter
MoMA is The Museum of Modern Art
n.d. stands for no date
Re: stands for regarding
OWI stands for Office of War Information

Museum Related:
ICE-, SP-ICE- stands for International Circulating Exhibitions
DCE stands for Department of Circulating Exhibitions
C/E stands for Circulating Exhibitions
MoMA Exh. # is a unique number assigned to specific Museum exhibition

Outside Organizations:
AFA stands for American Federation of Arts
CIAA stands for Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs
NEA stands for National Endowment for the Arts
NEH stands for National Endowment for the Humanities
NYSCA stands for New York State Council on the Arts
USIA stands for United States Information Agency
WPA stands for Works Progress Administration

Type of Exhibition:
[A] stands for Architecture
[CR] stands for Color Reproductions
[D] stands for Design
[DR] stands for Drawings
[F] stands for Film
[P] stands for Paintings
[PP] stands for Photographs
[PR] stands for Prints
[S] stands for Sculpture
[T] stands for Theater

Individuals:
AHB stands for Alfred H. Barr, Jr.
ARB stands for Alan R. Blackburn, Jr.
EC stands for Elodie Courter
RDH stands for René d'Harnoncourt
WSL stands for William S. Lieberman
PAM stands for Porter A. McCray
DCM stands for Dorothy C. Miller
FOH stands for Frank O'Hara
JS stands for Jane Sabersky
JJS stands for James Johnson Sweeney
JTS stands for James Thrall Soby
MW stands for Monroe Wheeler


Container List

Series I. Administrative Matters 1931-1990

332 folders stored in 25 5" document boxes, four 2.5" document boxes; one 4.5x6x8" index card box and one 21x23.5x5" bundle; 14 linear feet

Administrative Matters, arranged into twenty-four series, includes departmental records from 1932 through the 1960s. Significant chronological gaps exist, most notably, in the areas of program proposals and status reports, finance and exhibitor correspondence. Other record types include annual calendars and catalogs of exhibitions available for rental or purchase; published material on the department's activities; a visual card file of color reproductions of works of art; correspondence regarding the preparation of exhibitions for the New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA) and the Office of War Information (OWI); memoranda concerning the International Exhibitions Program; loan and exhibition statistics; exhibitor questionnaires; and promotional materials. Much of this material dates from the mid 1930s and 1940s and highlights the Museum's active support of the United States Government as well as European art and artists during World War II. For related exhibition materials, see Series II.1: Exhibitions, 1931-69.

Due to the complexity of the collection and the historical organization of the material, folders in this series have been numbered in the following manner: [Series].[Subseries].[Box].[Folder]
Some folders were later split into two or more folders and their numbering is as follows: [Series].[Subseries].[Box].[Folder].[Sub-folder]

I.1 Artist/Gallery Affiliation List n.d. [?1960s]

1 folder, 0.5"

Folder Title Date
I.1.1.1 Artist/Gallery Affiliation List

List of artists, alphabetically arranged, with corresponding gallery affiliation; list of gallery addresses

n.d. [?1960s]

I.2 Budget: Income and Expenses 1932, 1935, 1944-45, 1948, 1950

5 folders, 10.5"

Folder Title Date
I.2.1.2 "Budget - Summary of Costs and Income, 1932-1950 (Projection)"
I.2.1.3 "Report to Carnegie Corporation"

Incl. funding application, incl. typed mss (draft)
2 TLS Paul J. Sachs-AHB (1935)
1 TLS -ARB (1934)
1 TLS Ruth Boothby-AHB (1935)
1 TLS Robert Lester (Carnegie)-Sachs (1935)

1935
I.2.1.4 Expenses ca. 1944
I.2.1.5 "Response to 25% Increase [in rental fees]"

Incl. 1 TLS Jere Abbott (Smith College Museum of Art)-EC (1945)
Gordon B. Washburn-EC (1945)

1945
I.2.1.6 "Cost Estimates (Typical)" 1948

I.3 "Bulletins on C/E Program 1940 & 1954" 1940, 1954, n.d

2 folders, 0.5"

Folder Title Date
I.3.1.7 Published Bulletins

"Art for the Nation" The Bulletin of The Museum of Modern Art VII (5): 1940 Sept.

"The Museum of Modern Art Circulating Exhibitions 1931-1954" The Museum of Modern Art Bulletin XXI (3-4): 1945 Summer

I.3.1.8 Photographs,

Incl. photographs featured in the Bulletin re: packing of artworks

1940, n.d

I.4 Catalogs and Calendars 1935, 1936, 1948, 1949, 1949, 1950-1969, 1970

Published and unpublished catalogs and calendars listing circulating exhibitions available for rent and/or purchase
Folders arranged chronologically by exhibition season

No published catalog for the following seasons:

1955-56
1956-57
1957-58
1958-59
1959-60
1960-61
1964-65
1965-66
1969-70 (verified in file).

Folder Title
I.4.2.1 "Circulating Exhibitions Catalog - 1935-36"

Incl. catalog
Announcement of an"Exhibition of Modern Sculpture," to be circulated 1936

I.4.2.2 "Circulating Exhibitions Catalog - 1936-37"

Incl. catalog
Announcement for New Horizons in American Art

I.4.2.3 "Circulating Exhibitions Catalog - 1937-38"

Incl. catalog
Advance announcement of four new circulating exhibitions for 1937/38 season (posted 3/9/1937)

I.4.2.4 "Circulating Exhibitions Catalog - 1938-39"

Incl. catalog
Listings of exhibitions for chairman of Museum Out-of-Town Committees (1938)

I.4.2.5 "Circulating Exhibitions Catalog - 1939-40"

Incl. catalog
Announcement of new circulating exhibitions for 1939/40 season (posted 2/9/1939)

I.4.2.6 "Circulating Exhibitions Catalog - 1940-41"

Incl. catalog

I.4.2.7 "Circulating Exhibitions Catalog - 1941-42"

Incl. catalog
Tentative listing of circulating exhibitions for 1941/42 season

I.4.2.8 "Circulating Exhibitions Catalog - 1942-43"

Incl. catalog
Listing of wartime circulating exhibitions (9/8/1942)
1 memo EC-John Abbott (6/8/1942) re: budget for 1942-43

I.4.2.9 "Circulating Exhibitions Catalog - 1943-44"

Incl. catalog
1 memo Emay Buck-M. Armstrong (2/10/1947) re: updated circulating exhibitions list

I.4.2.10 "Circulating Exhibitions Catalog - 1944-45"

Incl. catalog
Announcements for group memberships and school memberships to the Museum
Listing of available Slide Talks
Listing of circulating exhibitions for 1944/45 season

Announcements for the multiple-copy exhibitions Look at Your Neighborhood and What is Modern Painting?

I.4.2.11 "Circulating Exhibitions Catalog - 1945-46"

Incl. catalog
Worksheet of income received from 1945/46 rental season

I.4.2.12 "Circulating Exhibitions Catalog - 1946-47"

Incl. catalog
1 memo EC-Muriel Armstrong (1/11/1946) re: 1946-47 catalog

Typed mss. (3 sheets),"Statistics and Information on Circulating Exhibitions - Museum of Modern Art" (12/20/1947)

Announcement of exhibition, Designed for Children; form letter and exhibition panel description for the multiple-copy exhibition Look at Your Neighborhood

Announcement of proposed Teaching Portfolios, filmstrips and slide packages to be produced by the Museum and questionnaire form for art teachers, 1947 April

Memo Beaumont Newhall-EC (11/17/1945) re: postponement of photography exhibition

I.4.2.13 "Circulating Exhibitions Catalog - 1947-48"

Incl. catalog
Supplement to catalog
Announcement of exhibition, Art and the Experimental Film
Listing of itineraries for 1947/48 season
Listing of exhibitors

I.4.2.14 "Circulating Exhibitions Catalog - 1948-49"

Incl. catalog
Preliminary catalog; mail order form for teaching portfolios

Brochure for MoMA Exh. #393, Timeless Aspects of Modern Art, 11/16 1948-1/23 1949, the first in a series of exhibitions marking the 20th anniversary of Museum

I.4.3.1 "Circulating Exhibitions Catalog - 1949-50"

Incl. catalog
Schedule for preparation of exhibitions for 1949-50, 1949 May

I.4.3.2 "Circulating Exhibitions Catalog - 1950-51"

Incl. catalog: exhibition request form

I.4.3.3 "Circulating Exhibitions Catalog - 1951-52"

Incl. catalog
Announcement of discounted multiple-copy exhibitions
Worksheet of income received from 1951/52 rental season

I.4.3.4 "Circulating Exhibitions Catalog - 1952-53"

Incl. catalog
Announcement of new exhibitions for 1952/53 season
Questionnaire form to heads of art history departments re: slide reproductions
Questionnaire form to accounts receivable departments
See also, Series I.19: Questionnaires

I.4.3.5 "Circulating Exhibitions Catalog - 1953-54"

Incl. catalog

I.4.3.6 "Circulating Exhibitions Catalog - 1954-55"

Incl. catalog

I.4.3.7 "Circulating Exhibitions Calendar - 1954"

Incl. 1954 Nov., Dec. calendars

I.4.3.8 "Circulating Exhibitions Calendars - 1955"

Monthly announcements of exhibitions initiated the previous season. Folder incl. calendars for January-March, May-July and September-December

I.4.3.9 "Circulating Exhibitions Calendars - 1956"

Incl. calendars for January-April, June and November-December
Announcement for the exhibition Young American Painters
General information sheet for prospective exhibition subscribers

I.4.3.10 "Circulating Exhibitions Calendars - 1957"

Incl. calendars for January-April and October
Questionnaire form and cover letter to exhibition subscribers
List of circulating exhibitions for 1957/58 season

I.4.3.11 "Circulating Exhibitions Catalog - 1961-62 [and"Mailings - 1961"]"

1961/62 season subsidized by the Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS) Foundation, Inc. and an anonymous donor

Originally maintained as two folders; incl. catalog; advance listing of available exhibitions

I.4.3.12 "Circulating Exhibitions Catalog - 1962-63"

Incl. catalog

I.4.3.13 "Circulating Exhibitions Catalog - 1963-64"

Incl. catalog

I.4.3.14 "Circulating Exhibitions Calendars - 1962; '63; '64; '65"

Incl. calendars for:
January-June 1962
November 1962-April 1963
September 1964-February 1965
March-October 1965

advance listing available exhibitions for 1963/64 season

I.4.3.15 "Circulating Exhibitions Catalog - 1966-67"

Incl. catalog

I.4.3.16 "Circulating Exhibitions Catalog - 1967-68"

Incl. catalog

I.4.3.17 "Circulating Exhibitions Listings - 1965; '66-'67; '67-'68"

Incl. advance listings of available exhibitions by season

I.4.3.18 "Circulating Exhibitions Catalog - 1968-69"

Incl. catalog

I.4.3.19 "Circulating Exhibitions Program - 1969-70"

No published catalog
Incl. listing of available exhibitions for 1969/70 season

I.5 "Color Reproductions [of Works of Art]" 1943-57

2 folders, 1 index card box, and 1 ledger

Folder Title Date
I.5.3.20 "Lists"

Lists of reproductions owned by the DCE

1945-46
I.5.3.21 "Reproductions"

Incl. suppliers' catalogs and lists of available color reproductions
Some corresp. and memoranda re: color reproductions owned by the Museum

1943-57
I.5.4.1 Reproduction Record Cards ["Formerly in Visual File"]

4.5"x6x8" index card box
Cards contain cataloging information for the original work and cost and source of reproduction

ca. 1930s-1940s
I.5.5.1 Color Reproductions Ledger Book

2.5" document box
8.5" x15x1" ledger book listing reproductions by assigned number
Incl. the following information: artist, title of work, acquisition source, cost, insurance value, insurance policy number, title of exhibition in which the reproduction was shown, etc
NOTE: ledger binding and covering is fragile

ca. 1940s

I.6 Correspondence 1932, 1935, 1944

5 folders, 1". Includes corresp. with Agnes Rindge and James Thrall Soby as well as general form letters.

Folder Title Date
I.6.6.1 D'Harnoncourt, René: Memos

Folder labeled"Circulating Exhibitions- Porter McCray"
Incl. TL carbons mainly from RDH related to DCE

1947-50
I.6.6.2 Agnes Rindge: Memos 1944
I.6.6.3 James Thrall Soby: Memos 1944
I.6.6.4 "Interoffice Correspondence 1941"

Incl. meeting notices, weekly schedules, loan arrangements and returns, procedures, season schedules, photography, publicity, general museum procedures

I.6.6.5 "Form Letters - General" ca. 1932, 1935, n.d

I.7 Departmental Office Information ca. 1942-59, n.d

2 folders,0.5"

Folder Title Date
I.7.6.6 "Miscellaneous"

Incl. memos re: insurance, transportation and shipping, storage, loans, loan returns, season schedules, proposed exhibitions, status reports

ca. 1942-59
I.7.6.7 Manager's Book

Incl. warehouse inventory and exhibition storage; customs procedures
Catalog sales;"miscellaneous" incl. office procedures, notes taken at Metropolitan Museum Print Department, vendor information, exhibition list, catalog sales, transparencies, transportation, sale of works

ca. 1942, 1944-49, 1954, n.d

I.8 Germany: "Resolution on Paintings from Germany (That Should be Returned)" [Paintings Removed to the U.S. During World War II] 1946

1 folder, 0.25"

Folder Title Date
I.8.6.8 Germany: "Resolution on Paintings from Germany (that should be returned)"

Paintings removed to the U.S. during World War II

1946

I.9 Insurance for Circulating Exhibitions 1944-53, 1960-69

8 folders, 5"

Folder Title Date
I.9.7.1 "Insurance - Monthly Report"
I.9.7.2 "Insurance"
I.9.7.3 "Insurance Reports - 1960"
I.9.7.4 "Insurance Reports - 1961"
I.9.7.5 "Insurance Reports - Fiscal 1962-63"
I.9.7.6 "Insurance Reports - Fiscal 1963-64"
I.9.7.7 "Insurance Reports - Fiscal 1964-65"
I.9.7.8 Monthly Insurance Reports 1966-69

I.10"International Exhibitions Program" ca. 1952-62

1 folder; 0.25"

Folder Title Date
I.10.8.1 "International Exhibitions Program"

Incl. 1 ALS (1 sheet) Dore Ashton-Peter Selz (9/2/1962)

ca. 1952-62

I.11 Loans of Works of Art for Circulating Exhibitions 1952-58, 1966-68

9 folders, 3"

Folder Title Date
I.11.8.2 "Requests for Loans from Museum Collections for 1952-53"
I.11.8.3 "Requests for Loans from Museum Collections for 1953-54"
I.11.8.4 "Requests for Loans from Museum Collections for 1954-55"
I.11.8.5 "Requests for Loans from Museum Collections for 1955-56"
I.11.8.6 "Requests for Loans from Museum Collections for 1956-57"
I.11.8.7 "Requests for Loans from Museum Collections for 1957-58"
I.11.8.8 "Loans Outgoing from M[useum] C[ollections] & E[xhibition] L[oans] (C/E)" 1966-68
I.11.9.1 "C/E and ICE-F Loans Statistics" 1953-57
I.11.9.2 "ICE-F and C/E Loan Reports"

Analysis of loan sources for works of art

1957

I.12 Membership 1944

1 folder, 0.25"

Folder Title Date
I.12.9.3 Membership 1944

I.13 Multiple-Copy Exhibitions ca. 1952-53

1 folder, 0.5"

Folder Title
I.13.9.4 Multiple-Copy Exhibitions

Folder labeled
"Statistics - Multiple Exhibitions: Cost, Inventory, Etc"

Statistics incl. prices, sales and comments/reactions re: "Teaching Portfolios" Slide Talk inventories
Multiple-copy exhibitions are inventoried in Series II.1, see II.1.10.8.1 for published portfolios
See also Series I.22 Slide Talks for related materials

I.14 New York State Council on the Arts [NYSCA] 1966

1 folder, 0.25"

Folder Title Date
I.14.9.5 New York State Council on the Arts [NYSCA]

Incl. memos, notes and corresp. re: preparation of circulating exhibitions for NYSCA

Exhibitions proposed for circulation under the sponsorship of the NYSCA:
Abstract Expressionism: The Formative Years (NYSCA-2-67; the alternate exhibition Fifteen Americans was also proposed)

Elements of Modern Painting (NYSCA-3-67)
Elements of Modern Architecture (NYSCA-4-67)

See also, II.2.14.2.7 for related NYSCA exhibition materials

1966

I.15 "O.W.I" [Office of War Information] Exhibition Preparation 1945

1 folder, 1 item

Folder Title Date
I.15.9.6 "O.W.I" [Office of War Information] Exhibition Preparation

Incl. 1 memo re: exhibitions for the OWI
See also, Series I.20 and I.24.30.8 for related materials

1945

I.16 "Print Exhibitions" 1953, 1957

1 folder, 0.25"

Folder Title Date
I.16.9.7 "Print Exhibitions"

Incl. memos and corresp. related to various DCE print shows

1953, 1957

I.17 Program Proposals and Status Reports 1941-49, 1953-55, 1957, 1959-62, 1965, 1968, n.d

14 folders, 3" Material on departmental structure and policy, exhibition planning and progress reports.

Folder Title Date
I.17.9.8 "History, Organization"

Incl. press release; Museum administration organizational chart and notes on reorganization of Museum (1946)
DCE organizational chart
Departmental budget; memo re: merging of DCE and the Educational Program (1943)
Description of Museum docent program (1943)

n.d.
I.17.9.9 "C/E - Reports '41-46"

Incl. memos, lists

1941-47
I.17.9.10 "Annual Report - 1944-45"

Incl. questionnaire form for art teachers re: visual materials; corresp. and announcement of the Slide Talk What Is Modern Painting?,
Incl. criticism of slide selection by Maria Chabot and 1 TL (carbon) EC-Abby Aldrich Rockefeller (Mrs. John D., Jr.) commenting on Miss Chabot's letter
Typed (draft) report to Board of Trustees

I.17.9.11 "Policy Committee [of the Museum]"

Incl. 1 TLS RDH (Department of the Interior, Indian Arts and Crafts Board)-Luis Zulueta, Jr. (1944)
2 TLS Grace McCann Morley (San Francisco Museum of Art)-EC (1946)
Memos re: policy decisions

1944-46
I.17.9.12 "Special Report to the Trustees, Feb. 1945"

Incl. report re: permanent collection

I.17.9.13 "Reports - 1945-1949 (not inclusive)"

Incl. minutes of Coordination Committee meeting (February 1949) re: the DCE; 1 TLS EC-PAM (1948)

I.17.9.14 "Special Report to the Coordinating Committee, from Director of C/E-Re: Revised Program, C/E, dated Feb. 17, 1948"

Incl. 1947-48 catalog

I.17.9.15 "Reports - 1948, 1954, 1955"

Incl. memos re: departmental administration and program changes

I.17.9.16 "Proposed C/E Program 1953-54"
I.17.9.17 Confidential Report from Mr. McCray to Mr. d'Harnoncourt, on Present Status of C/E, as of April 11, 1957"

1 item

I.17.9.18 "Report C/E Program 1959"

"Report on The Activities of The Department of Circulating Exhibitions Presented at the Annual Meeting of The Corporation of The Museum of Modern Art, November 12, 1959"

I.17.9.19 "C/E Project Proposals - Master Set"

Incl. status report on 1961/62 program
Memo re: proposed exhibitions for presentation to the Board of Trustees (2/8/1962)
Five-year plan (1960-65) by curatorial department: Painting and Sculpture, Prints and Drawings, Architecture and Design, Photography and Theatre Arts

1960-62
I.17.9.20 "Report from Miss Frost to Mr. d'Harnoncourt, dated May 27, 1965"

2 items
Incl. confidential memo Marie Frost-RDH (5/17/1965) re: C/E program
1 memo RDH-Frost (5/27/1965)

I.17.9.21 "Report from Inez Garson to Bates Lowry

Re: "Firm Bookings for New 1968-69 Cir[ulating] Exhib[itions] (National Program)"
Incl. 1 memo Inez Garson-Bates Lowry re: bookings for 1968/69 season

August 29, 1968

I.18 Publicity and Promotion 1933-41 1943-58, 1960s

9 folders, 5"

Folder Title Date
I.18.10.1 "Promotion"

Incl. listings of available exhibitions; questionnaire forms re: Museum activities during World War II
1 memo Victor D'Amico-John Abbott (1943) re: formation of new department

I.18.10.2 Publicity Reports

Comments from exhibitors and press on specific exhibitions and in general

ca. 1933-43, 1946, 1952
I.18.10.3 News Clippings, General 1940-58
I.18.10.3.1 News Clippings, General 1940-44, n.d
I.18.10.3.2 News Clippings, General

Incl. general articles on the DCE
On EC's resignation (8/1947)
"Art on the March," Tracks 3.0(3.):40-43: May 1945
See also, I.24.22.10

1945-49
I.18.10.3.3 News Clippings, General 1950-51
I.18.10.3.4 News Clippings, General 1952-54
I.18.10.3.5 News Clippings, General 1955-70
I.18.10.4 "[Publicity] Reports on Shows Circulated Throughout U.S. and Canada"

Publicity reports have been removed and integrated with individual exhibition records

1960-69
I.18.10.5 Press Releases and Exhibition Checklists

These duplicate releases and checklists are found in individual exhibition folders and therefore have been discarded

ca. 1960s

I.19 Questionnaires 1942-44

3 folders, 2"
See also, I.4.2.12, I.4.3.4, I.4.3.10, I.17.9.10, and I.18.10.1 for additional questionnaires circulated to exhibitors.

Folder Title
I.19.11.1 "Questionnaire 1942-43 (Sample)"

Incl. questionnaire announcement and form re: visual materials prepared by the Museum
Questionnaire announcements (several vers.); forms; analysis of results and comments re: Museum activities and their usefulness during World War II

I.19.11.2 "Circulating Exhibitions Questionnaire Replies 1942"
I.19.11.3 "Circulating Exhibitions Questionnaire [Replies] 1944"

Incl. questionnaire (3 versions can be found among corresp.) concerns the expensive nature of exhibiting original artworks
Board of Trustees proposes its elimination in favor of small shows of reproductions

I.20 Sales and Rentals of Copies of Exhibitions Abroad ca. 1940-52

1 folder, 0.5"

Folder Title Date
I.20.11.4 Sales and Rentals of Copies of Exhibitions Abroad

Incl. single sheets with the sale/rental price, date, and name of purchaser/renter of exhibition alphabetically arranged by exhibition or purchaser for the following:

American Painting, I; Ancestral Sources of Modern Painting (rental)

Brazil Builds; Built in U.S.A.; A Century of Photography, II; Creative Photography; Dance in America; Elements of Design; Furniture Design Today; History of the American Movies (rental)

How Modern Artists Paints People, II; In and Out of Focus; Integrated Building; David Jones Gallery, Sydney (see show listing)

Robert Edmond Jones;"Leading Photographers" series (rental)

Look at Your Neighborhood; Masterpieces of Louis Sullivan; Mies van der [UNK]; Modern Architecture in England; Modern Architecture for the Modern School (Slide Talk)

Modern Chair Design; A New American Architecture (rental)

Nineteenth Century Leaders of Modern Painting; On Being a Cartoonist; Painters of America (Slide Talk)

Paintings by French Children (rental)

Picasso, [UNK], [UNK], Rouault; Post-War Building; A Survey of American Sculpture II (rental)

Survey of Housing in Europe and America ( Housing: Recent Developments in Europe and America; rental)

This is the U.S.A (section I of Creative Achievements in the U.S.; sold 1950)

Three Modern Styles (rental)

Three Post-War Houses; Toward Better Housing (The Lesson of War Housing); Twentieth-Century Master Movements (series; rental)

Winnipeg Art Gallery (see show listing) Understanding the Child Through Art (Slide Talk)

Unit Furniture; University of Manitoba, Winnipeg (sale and rental)

What is Modern Painting?; What is Modern Sculpture?; World of Illusion I: Elements of Stage Design (rental)

Houses by Frank Lloyd Wright

Folder also incl. catalog compiled by the Inter-American Office, National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., of exhibitions of Latin American art prepared for domestic circulation in 1946

Catalog compiled by the Exhibitions and Arts, British Division, Office of War Information (OWI) of traveling exhibitions from America for circulation in Great Britain, 1945-46 (see Series I.15"O.W.I" and I.24.30.8 for related materials)

ca. 1940-52

I.21 "Schedule of Special Exhibitions Not Regularly Scheduled" ca. 1943-57

1 folder, 0.25"

Folder Title Date
I.21.11.5 "Schedule of Special Exhibitions Not Regularly Scheduled" ca. 1943-57

I.22 Slide Talks [Lectures] ca. 1944

2 folders, 1"; See also, Series I.13 Multiple-Copy Exhibitions for slide talk inventories
Slide Talks are inventoried in Series II.1

Folder Title Date
I.22.11.6 "Slide Talks (General) - Budget, Orders, Estimates" ca. 1944
I.22.11.7 "Slide Talks"

Incl. text and slide lists for various lectures organized by the DCE

ca. 1944

I.23 Statistics 1931-51

4 folders and 1 oversized display book. See also, Series I.11: Loans for loan statistics.]

Folder Title Date
I.23.11.8 "Statistics, 1931-51"

Incl. 1 memo PAM-Boldt (1949) re: C/E's foreign activities

Typed mss. (3 sheets) entitled"Statistics and Information on Circulating Exhibitions - Museum of Modern Art" (12/20/1947)

Statistics on exhibitions

List of institutions that paid rental fees over $200 for exhibitions in the period 1942-47

List of venues in United States, Hawaii, Canada, Cuba and Mexico that showed DCE exhibitions from 3/30/1932 to 6/30/1944

List of exhibitions that circulated in the period 3/1932-6/1941

Chart of venues by exhibition and by year

See also, I.23.1.2.1 for additional exhibition statistics, 1931-44

I.23.11.9 "C/E Statistics 1946"

Incl. statistics for the period 1932-48, compiled for book commemorating the Museum's fifteenth anniversary

1946-48
I.23.11.10 "C/E Miscellaneous Statistics '47-51"

Incl. statistics on exhibition bookings
itineraries
Schedules by state

1946-48
I.23.11.11 "C/E Miscellaneous Statistics '47-51"

Incl. statistics on exhibition bookings
itineraries
Schedules by state

1949-51
I.23.12.1; mf 26:1 Bundle 12: "270 Exhibitions Shown 2,665 Times in 397 Citie; Which Exhibitions Have Been Shown in Your City?"

21x23.5x5" display book
29 particle-board pages

Arranged alphabetically by state and by city within each state

Also incl. venues in Hawaii, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Cuba, England, Mexico and Sweden; incl. installation photographs

This item has been microfilmed and digitized for preservation and user access purposes. Please see Archivist for viewing.

1931-1944

I.24 Exhibitor Correspondence 1931-41, 1943-45

221 folders contained in 19 5" document boxes; 8 linear feet

Correspondence was originally maintained alphabetically by city of origin as well as chronologically by year; e.g.,"1937 A,""1944 A," etc

The alphabetical organization has been maintained; however, papers have been integrated chronologically, eliminating the need to consult numerous chronologically arranged files for correspondence from a single individual or institution. Chronological gaps exist; records may have been discarded during the late 1970s and early 1980s when the Museum's building expansion program necessitated the relocation of departmental staff.

Since correspondence is filed by city, the researcher must know the location of the institution or the individual correspondent's city of residence (e.g., correspondence with Wesleyan University is filed under Middletown, CT); therefore, these records are best used in conjunction with the exhibition files inventoried in Series II.1, which contain the names and locations of all exhibitors on an exhibition's itinerary. Note that suburbs, boroughs and neighborhoods within the boroughs of New York City - e.g., Bayside, Brooklyn, Floral Park, Forest Hills, Ft. Hamilton, Jamaica, Ozone Park, Ridgewood, Riverdale and Staten Island - were frequently filed alphabetically by name as well as within the New York City correspondence files.

"A" Correspondence

Folder Title Date
I.24.13.1 [UNK], MD - Akron, OH

Aberdeen, MDAbilene, TXAkron, OH

1931-32, 1936, 1944
I.24.13.2 Albany, NY 1932-36
I.24.13.3 Alberta, Canada - Ames, IA

Alberta, CanadaAlbion, MIAlbion, NYAlbuquerque, NMAllentown, PAAlliance, OHAlpine, TXAlton, ILAltoona, PAAmes, IA

1932-34, 1936, 1944
I.24.13.4 Amherst, MA 1934-36
I.24.13.5 Amsterdam - Appleton, WI

Amsterdam1 TL re: MoMA Exh. #76a, Three Centuries of American Art (1936)1 ALS (draft telegram) AHB-Stedelijkmuseum (1936)Anaheim, CAAnderson, INAngwin, CAAnnandale-on-Hudson, NYAnn Arbor, MI1 TLS Emil Lorch (Director, College of Architecture, University of Michigan)-A. Conger Goodyear re: declines to join MoMA2 TLS Lorch-Henry-Russell Hitchcock7 TLS Lorch-ARBAnniston, AL (USO)Antwerp, BelgiumAppleton, WI

1932-34, 1934-36, 1944
I.24.13.6 Andover, MA (Addison Gallery of American Art)

Incl. 15 TLS Charles H. Sawyer-EC; 11 TLS Sawyer-ARB

1932-36
I.24.13.7 Ardmore, OK - Athens, WV

Ardmore, OKArlington, CAArlington, TXArlington, VAAsbury Park, NJAsheville, NCAshland, ORAshland, VAAthens, GAAthens, WV

ca. 1933-36, 1944
I.24.13.8 Atlanta, GA 1932, 1934-36
I.24.13.9 Atlantic City, NJ - Austin, TX

Atlantic City, NJ (American Red Cross)Attleboro, MAAu Sable Forks, NYAuburn, MEAugusta, GAAurora, ILAurora-on-Cayuga, NYAustin, TX

1932, 1934-36, 1944

"B" Correspondence

Folder Title Date
I.24.14.1 Baltimore, MD (Baltimore Museum of Art) 1931-36
I.24.14.2 Baltimore, MD - Baton Rouge, LA

Baltimore, MDBaton Rouge, LA

ca. 1932, 1934-36
I.24.14.3 Bayside, NY - Bolse, ID

Bayside, NYBeaumont, TXBeloit, WIBelton, TXBennington, VTBerea, KYBerkeley, CABethlehem, PABinghamton, NYBirmingham, ALBirmingham, PABlack Mountain, NC1 TLS Josef Albers-EC (1936)1 TLS Albers-AHB (1934)3 TLS Albers-MoMA (1936)Blairstown, NJBloomfield Hills, MIBloomington, ILBloomington, INBoise, ID

ca. 1932-36
I.24.14.4.1 Boston, MA (Museum of Fine Arts)

Incl. 3 TLS G. H. Edgell (Director)-EC3 TLS Edgell-AHB1 TLS Edgell-Thomas Mabry

ca. 1936
I.24.14.4.2 Boston, MA (Museum of Fine Arts)

Incl. 4 TLS Edgell-AHB2 TLS Edgell-EC1 TLS Edgell-Mabry5 TLS Edward J. Holmes (Director)-ARB

1933-35
I.24.14.5 Boston, MA

Incl. 2 TLS Beaumont Newhall-EC (1934)See Stephen Crosby/Erskine School

1934-36
I.24.14.6 Boulder, CO - Bryn Mawr, PA

Boulder, COBozeman, MTBronxville, NYBrookings, SDBrookline, MABrooklyn, NYBrunswick, MEBryn Mawr, PA

ca. 1931-36
I.24.14.7.1 Buffalo, NY (Albright Art Gallery)

Incl. 9 TLS Gordon B. Washburn (Director)-EC; 4 TLS Washburn-AHB; 2 TLS Washburn-Thomas Mabry

ca. 1936, 1939
I.24.14.7.2 Buffalo, NY (Albright Art Gallery)

Incl. 1 TLS A. Conger Goodyear-AHB (1935 Dec. 7)4 TLS Washburn-AHB1 TLS Washburn-EC5 TLS Washburn-ARB

1934-35
I.24.14.7.3 Buffalo, NY (Albright Art Gallery)

Incl. 2 TLS Washburn-AHB7 TLS Washburn-ARB1 TLS Washburn-Holger Cahill3 TLS William H. Hekking-ARB1 TLS Hekking-AHB1 TLS Hekking-Jere Abbott

1931-33
I.24.14.8 Buffalo, NY - Burlington, VT

Buffalo, NYBurlington, VT

1932, 1934-36

"C" Correspondence

Folder Title Date
I.24.15.1 Cambridge, MA (Harvard University. Fogg Art Museum, Germanic Museum, Harvard University Library, Fine Arts Guild, Society for Contemporary Art)

Incl. 2 TLS Paul J. Sachs-EC (1936)1 TLS Sachs-EC (1939)1 TLS Sachs-ARB (1934)1 TLS AHB-Sachs (1933), annotated and returned to AHB

1933-36, 1939
I.24.15.2 Caldwell, ID - Chestnut Hill, MA

Caldwell, IDCanton, NYCanyon, TXCedar Rapids, IAChambersburg, PAChapel Hill, NCCharleston, SCCharlotte, NCCharlottesville, VAChattanooga, TNChester Co., PA1 TLS Mrs. Robert M. Labaree (Mary Fleming, Vail Memorial Library)-AHB, 1935, acquaintance of Barr familyChestertown, MDChestnut Hill, MA

1932-36, 1939
I.24.15.3.1 Chicago, IL (Art Institute of Chicago)

Incl. 1 TLS Daniel Catton Rich-AHB5 TLS Rich-EC2 TLS Rich-Emay Twining Buck2 TLS Carl O. Schniewind-EC

1936, 1939, 1941, 1946
I.24.15.3.2 Chicago, IL (Art Institute of Chicago)

Incl. 3 TLS Rich-AHB

1934-35
I.24.15.4 Chicago, IL (Chicago Arts Club)

Incl. 1 ALS Frederick Clay Bartlett, Jr.-Ernestine Fantl re: The Architecture of Henry Hobson Richardson (1935)1 TLS Mrs. Charles B. (Bobsy) Goodspeed-MW (1938)

1931-32, 1934-36, 1938-39
I.24.15.5 Chicago, IL 1934, 1939
I.24.15.6 Chicago, IL

Incl. 1 TLS Kellogg Fairbanks, Jr.-Edward M.M. Warburg (1/17/1936) re: the exhibition Paintings, Watercolors and Drawings by Vincent van Gogh

1932-34, 1936, 1939
I.24.15.7 Chickasha, OK - Clearwater, FL

Chickasha, OKCincinnati, OHClaremont, CAClayton, MOSee I.24.26(6.)Clearwater, FL

1934-36, 1939
I.24.16.1.1 Cleveland, OH (Cleveland Museum of Art)

Incl. 1 TLS Henry Sayles Francis-EC (1938)1 TLS Francis-EC (1939)

1938-39
I.24.16.1.2 Cleveland, OH (Cleveland Museum of Art)

Incl. 1 TLS William M. Milliken-AHB1 TLS A. Conger Goodyear-AHB

1936
I.24.16.1.3 Cleveland, OH (Cleveland Museum of Art)

Incl. 1 TLS Francis-EC; 1 TLS Francis-Thomas Mabry

1935
I.24.16.1.4 Cleveland, OH (Cleveland Museum of Art)

Incl. 1 TLS Francis-EC (1934)

1933-34
I.24.16.2 Cleveland, OH - Chumberland, MD

Cleveland, OHClifton Springs, NYClinton, NY1 ALS Edward W. Root (Hamilton College)-AHB (1933)1 ALS Root-JS (1949)Cobalt, OntarioCody, WYColorado Springs, COColumbia, MOColumbus, OHConcord, MACooperstown, NYCorvallis, ORCumberland, MD

1932, 1933, 1934-36, 1939, 1949

"D" Correspondence

Folder Title Date
I.24.16.3 Dallas, TX - Davenport, IA

Dallas, TXDavenport, IA

1933-36, 1938-39
I.24.16.4 Dayton, OH - Des Moines, IA

Dayton, OHDe Kalb, ILDenton, TXDenver, CODes Moines, IA

1932, 1934-36, 1938-39
I.24.16.5 Detroit, MI

Incl. Grosse Point, MI, corresp1 TLS Edith Ferry (Detroit Institute of Art)-AHB (1936) re: invitation to deliver lecture

1933-36, 1939
I.24.16.6 Dobbs Ferry, NY - Durham, NC

Dobbs Ferry, NYDu Bois, PADubuque, IADuluth, MNDurham, NHDurham, NC

1932, 1933-36, 1944

"E" Correspondence

Folder Title Date
I.24.17.1 Eagle Grove, IA - Elberton, GA

Eagle Grove, IAEagle Pass, TXEast Alton, ILEast Detroit, MIEast Grand Rapids, MIEast Hampton, NYEast Lansing, MIEast Orange, NJEast Stroudsburg, PAEast Williston, NYEasthampton, MAEaston, PAEdmonton, Alberta, CanadaEI Paso, TXElberton, GA

1932-36, 1944
I.24.17.2 Elgin, IL - Ellensburg, WA

Elgin, ILElizabeth, NJElkhart, INElkton, OREllensburg, WA

1932 - 36, 1944
I.24.17.3 Elmira, NY - Exeter, NH

Elmira, NYElsab, ILElyria, OHEmory, VAEmporia, KSEnglewood, NJErie, PAEscanaba, MIEscanola, MIEugene, OREvanston, ILEvansville, INExeter, NH

1933-36, 1944

"F" Correspondence

Folder Title Date
I.24.17.4 Fargo, ND - Flora, IN

Fargo, NDFarmerville, LAFarmington, CTFarmington, MEFayette, MOFitchburg, MAFlagstaff, AZFlint, MIFlora, IN

1933-36, 1944
I.24.17.5 Floral Park, NY - Fort Leonard Wood, St. Louis, MO

Floral Park, NYFond du Lac, WIForest Glen Station, MDForest Grove, ORForest Hills, NYFort Dix, NJFort Dodge, IAFort Eustis, VAFort Hamilton, Brooklyn, NYFort Hancock, NJFort Monmouth, NJFort Niagara, NYFort Smith, ARFort Totten, NYFort Wayne, INFort Wayne, NJFort Leonard Wood, St. Louis, MO

1934-35, 1944
I.24.17.6 Fort Worth, TX - Framingham, MA

Fort Worth, TXFramingham, MA

1934-36, 1944
I.24.17.7 Frederick, MD - Fulton, NY

Frederick, MDFreeport, ILFresno, CAFryeburg, MEFulton, NY

1933-36, 1944

"G" Correspondence

Folder Title Date
I.24.17.8 Gaffney, SC - Garfield, NJ

Gaffney, SCGainesville, FLGalesburg, ILGalveston, TXGambier, OHGarden City, NYGarfield, NJ

1932, 1934-36, 1944
I.24.17.9 Gary, IN - Grand Rapids, MI

Gary, INGates Mills, OHGeneva, NYGermantown, PAGlassboro, NJGlendale, CAGlendora, CAGlens Falls, NYGlenville, WVGlouster, MAGloversville, NYGodfrey, ILGorham, MEGoshen, INGrand Rapids, MI

1934, 1935-36, 1938-99, 1944
I.24.17.10 Great Falls, MT - Greensboro, NC

Great Falls, MTGreeley, COGreen Bay, WIGreenbelt, MDGreencastle, INGreensboro, NC

1932, 1934, 1935-36, 1944
I.24.17.11 Greenvale, NY - Gulfport, MS

Greenvale, NYGreenville, MSGreenway, VAGreenwich, CT1 TLS Mrs. Stanley Resor-ARB (1934)Grinnell, IAGrosse Pointe, MISee also, 1.24.16.5Gulfport, MS

1934-36, 1939, 1944

"H" Correspondence

Folder Title Date
I.24.18.1 Hackensack, NJ - Hagerstown, MD

Hackensack, NJHackettstown, NJHaddon Heights, NJHagerstown, MD (Washington County Museum of Fine Arts)

1932, 1933-34, 1936, 1939, 1944
I.24.18.2 Halifax, Nova Scotia - Handley, TX

Halifax, Nova ScotiaHamden, CTHamilton, NY (Colgate University)Hamilton, OntarioHamilton Field, CAHammond, INHammond, LAHampton, VAHandley, TX

1932, 1934, 1936, 1944
I.24.18.3 Hanover, MA - Hanover, NH

Hanover, MAHanover, NH (Dartmouth University)2 TLS Artemas Packard-ARB (1933-34)1 TLS Packard-Henry-Russell Hitchcock (MoMA)

1932-36, 1944
I.24.18.4 Hartford, CT (Wadsworth Atheneum)

Incl. 1 TLS A. Everett Austin, Jr.-Thomas Mabry (1936)1 TLS Austin-EC (1936); 1 TLS Austin-AHB (1934)1 TLS Austin-Philip Johnson (1932)1 TLS Austin-Jere Abbott (1931)1 TLS Austin-ARB (1931)

1931-32, 1934, 1936, 1939, 1944
I.24.18.5 Harlingen, TX - Hinsdale, IL

Harlingen, TXHarrisburg, PAHarrison, NYHartford, CTHartsville, SCHavanna, CubaHawthorne, NVHawthorne, NYHays, KSHelena, MTHighland Park, ILHighland Park, MIHighstown, NJHinsdale, IL

1932, 1934, 1936, 1944
I.24.18.6 Hiram, OH - Holy Cross, IN

Hiram, OHHoboken, NJHolland, MI (Netherlands Museum and Information Bureau)Hollins, VAHollywood, CAHoly Cross, IN

1934-36, 1940-41, 1943-44
I.24.18.7 Honolulu, HI (Honolulu Academy of Arts)

Incl. 14 TLS Edgar C. Schenck-EC

1934-36, 1938-39, 1944
I.24.18.8 Houston, DE - Huntington Park, CA

Houston, DEHouston, TXHudson, OHHunter Field, GAHuntington, INHuntington, NYHuntington, WVHuntington Park, CA

1932, 1934, 1936, 1939, 1944

"I" Correspondence

Folder Title Date
I.24.18.9 Imaculata, PA - Irvington, NY

Imaculata, PAIndependence, MOIndiana, PAIndianapolis, IN (incl. Indianapolis Council of Camp Fire Girls)Indianola, IAInstitute, WVIowa City, IAIowa Falls, IAIrvington, NJIrvington, NY

1932-36, 1944
I.24.18.10 Ithaca, NY

Incl. primarily Cornell University corresp

1936, 1939, 1944

"J" Correspondence

Folder Title Date
I.24.18.11 Jackson, MI - Junction City, KS

Jackson, MIJackson, MSJackson, OHJacksonville, FLJacksonville, ILJamaica, NYJamestown, NYJefferson City, MOJenkintown, PAJersey City, NJJohannesburg, South AfricaJohnson, VTJohnstown, PAJoliet, ILJunction City, KS

1932-36, 1939, 1943-44

"K" Correspondence

Folder Title Date
I.24.19.1 Kalamazoo, MI - Kankakee, IL

Kalamazoo, MIKankakee, IL

1933-34, 1936, 1939, 1944
I.24.19.2 Kansas City, MO 1932-36, 1939, 1944
I.24.19.3 Kearny, NJ - Kutztown, PA

Kearny, NJKeene, NHKenosha, WIKent, CTKent, OHKingston, OntarioKingston, RIKlamath, Falls, ORKnoxville, TNTennessee Valley Authority (TVA) correspKutztown, PA

"L" Correspondence

Folder Title Date
I.24.19.4 La Crosse, WI - Lafayette, LA

La Crosse, WILa Grande, ORLa Grange, ILLa Jolla, CALa Plume, PALa Porte, INLacey, WALafayette, CALafayette, INLafayette, LA

1944
I.24.19.5 Lake Forest, IL - Lamoni, IA

Lake Forest, ILLake Placid, NYLakeland, FLLakeville, CTLakewood, OHLamoni, IA

1934, 1944
I.24.19.6 Lancaster, PA - Larchmont, NY

Lancaster, PALangley, VALansing, MILaramie, WYWPA correspLarchmont, NY

1936, 1944
I.24.19.7 Laredo, TX - Lawrenceville, NJ

Laredo, TXLargo, FLLas Vegas, NVLaurel, DELaurel, MSLawrence, KSLawrenceville, ILLawrenceville, NJ

1932, 1934, 1935-1936, 1944
I.24.19.8 Lemoyne, PA - Lincoln, MA

Lemoyne, PA1 ALS Gladys W. Green (cousin of AHB)-AHB (1936)Lewisburg, PALewisburg, WVLexington, GALexington, KYLexington, VALiberty, MOLincoln, MA

1934, 1936, 1944
I.24.19.9 Lincoln, NE - Long Branch, NJ

Lincoln, NELittle Falls, NJLittle Rock, ARLock Haven, PALogansport, INLondon, EnglandLong Beach, CALong Branch, NJ

1932, 1934, 1936, 1939, 1944, 1948
I.24.19.10 Los Angeles, CA 1931-32, 1934-36, 1938-39, 1944
I.24.19.11 Louisville, KY - Lynn, MA

Louisville, KYLubbock, TXUnited Service Organization (USO) correspLynchburg, VALynn, MA1 TL"Assistant," DCE-Beaumont Newhall (1934), cover letter enclosing list of reproductions

1932, 1934-36, 1944

"M" Correspondence

Folder Title Date
I.24.20.1 Macomb, IL - Madison, ME

Macomb, ILMacon, GAMadison, ME

1932, 1934, 1944
I.24.20.2 Madison, WI 1932-36, 1939, 1944
I.24.20.3 Mamaroneck, NY - Marshalltown, IA

Mamaroneck, NYManchester, CTManchester, NHCurrier Gallery of Art correspManchester, VTManhattan, KSManitowoc, WIMansfield, ORMaplewood, NJMarathon, NYMarion, OHMarshall, TXMarshalltown, IA

1932, 1934, 1935-1936, 1939, 1944
I.24.20.4 Martinez, CA - McMinnville, OR

Martinez, CAMartinsburg, WVMartinsville, VAMarysville, CAMassillon, OHMcCook, NEMcLean, VAMcMinnville, OR

1934, 1936, 1939, 1944
I.24.20.5 Meadville, PA - Mexico, NY

Meadville, PAMelbourne, AustraliaMellville, NJMemphis, TN (Brooks Memorial Art Gallery)Meridian, MSMetuchen, NJMexicoMexico CityMexico, NY

1934, 1936, 1944
I.24.20.6 Miami, FL - Middlebury, VT

Miami, FLMiami Beach, FLMiddlebury, CTMiddlebury, VT

1936, 1944
I.24.20.7 Middletown, CT - Milton, MA

Middletown, CT (Wesleyan University)1 TL (carbon) EC-Henry-Russell Hitchcock (1944) re: request for loan of drawing for circulating exhibition1 ALS (postcard) Hitchcock-Ernestine Fantl (1932)1 ALS Hitchcock-ARB (1932) re: exhibition of color reproductionsMiddletown, NYMilan1 TLS II Podestá di Milano-AHB (1936) re: loans for proposed Futurist exhibitionMilford, CTMillbrook, NYMilledgeville, GAMillersburg, PAMilton, MA

1934-1936, 1944
I.24.20.8 Milwaukee, WI (Milwaukee Art Institute)

Incl. 11 TLS Alfred G. Pelikan-EC (1935-36, 1939)4 TLS Pelikan-AHB2 TLS Pelikan-ARB1 TLS Pelikan-John Hay WhitneyFlyer for Machine Art (1934)

1933-36, 1939, 1944
I.24.20.9 Milwaukee, WI 1936, 1944
I.24.20.10 Minneapolis, MN (incl. Minneapolis Institute of Arts) 1933-36, 1944
I.24.20.11 Minneapolis, MN (Walker Art Center) 1944, 1945
I.24.20.12 Minneapolis, MN (University of Minnesota) 1934-36, 1938-39, 1944
I.24.21.1 Minot, ND - Montclair, NJ

Minot, NDMisenheimer, NCMishawaka, INMissoula, MTMitchel Field [Hempstead], NYMitchell, SDMobile, ALModesto, CAMoline, ILMonessen, PAMonmouth, ILMonroe, LAMontclair, NJ

1934-36, 1944
I.24.21.2 Monteagle, TN - Montpelier, VT

Monteagle, TNMontevallo, ALMontgomery, ALMontpelier, VT

1934-36, 1944
I.24.21.3 Montreal, Canada - Muskogee, OK

Montreal, CanadaMorganfield, KYMorgantown, WVMorristown, NJMoscow, IDMount Pleasant, MIMount Vernon, IAMount Vernon, NYMurfreesboro, TNMuskegon, MIMuskogee, OK

1931-32, 1934, 1936, 1944

"N" Correspondence

Folder Title Date
I.24.21.4 Nantucket, MA - Nashville, TN

Nantucket, MANashville, TN

1934-37, 1945
I.24.21.5 Neenah, WI - New City, NY

Neenah, WINew Albany, INNew Bedford, MANew Brunswick, NJNew Canaan, CTNew City, NY

1931-36, 1937, 1945
I.24.21.6 New Haven, CT

Incl. 2 TLS George Heard Hamilton (Yale University)-EC (1945)1 TLS Theodore Sizer-EC (1945)

1936, 1944-45
I.24.21.7 New Holstein, WI - New London, CT

New Holstein, WINew Iberia, LANew London, CT (Lyman Allyn Museum)

1933-37, 1945
I.24.21.8 New Orleans, LA

Incl. Arts and Crafts Club and Art Association of New Orleans and Isaac Delgado Museum of Art corresp

1934-37, 1939, 1944-45
I.24.21.9 New Orleans, LA - New Windsor, MD

New Orleans, LANew Paltz, NYNew Rochelle, NYNew Ulm, MNNew Wilmington, PANew Windsor, MD

1934, 1936, 1945
I.24.21.10 New York, NY: A

Incl. 2 TLS Alexander Archipenko-EC (1945)Corresp. with the Army Special Services DivisionAssociated Dry Goods RE: solicitation for exhibitions with fact or descriptive sheets (1934)

1934, 1938-39, 1945
I.24.21.11 New York, NY: B

Incl. 1 ALS Julius Held (Barnard College)-Muriel Armstrong (1945) re: request for exhibition1 memo AHB-EC/Victor D'Amico (1945) re: Sgt. William C. Barr, cousin of AHB interested in information on circulating exhibitions

1937, 1941, 1945
I.24.21.12 New York, NY: C

Incl. 1 ALS Mrs. Meric Callery-John Gordon (1945) re: loan1 TLS Frank Crowninshield-EC (1945) re: approval of loan extension1 TLS Stephen C. Clark-EC (1939) re: lender to a circulating exhibition

1936-37, 1939, 1945
I.24.22.1 New York, NY: D - E 1932, 1934, 1945
I.24.22.2 New York, NY: F - G

Incl. 1 TLS Philip L. Goodwin-EC (1945) re: lender to circulating exhibition4 TL (carbons) EC-Goodwin (1945)1 TL (copy) A. Conger Goodyear-EC (1939) re: refusal to lend work1 TLS Hilla Rebay-EC (1939) re: refusal to lend work (See Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation)

1934, 1939, 1945
I.24.22.3 New York, NY: H 1934-36, 1944-45, 1949
I.24.22.4 New York, NY: I - J

Incl. Independent Citizens' Committee on the Arts, Sciences & Professions June conference program (? 1946), with Victor D'Amico as one of speakers; I.L.G.W.U. corresp

1932, 1934, 1945
I.24.22.5 New York, NY: K - L 1935-36, 1939, 1945
I.24.22.6 New York, NY: M

Incl. 1 TLS Pierre Matisse-EC (1945); Metropolitan Museum of Art corresp

1934-36, 1937, 1939, 1945
I.24.22.7 New York, NY: N - O 1934-36, 1945
I.24.22.8 New York, NY: P

Incl. 1 ALS Walter Pach-EC (1939) re: loan refusal

1939, 1945
I.24.22.9 New York, NY: R 1932, 1934, 1937, 1945
I.24.22.10 New York, NY: S - T

Incl. Tracks magazine corresp. re: feature on the DCESee also, I.18/10(3.2) for related materials

1931-34, 1936-37, 1941, 1945
I.24.22.11 New York, NY: U - Z

Incl. 2 TLS Julianna Force-AHB (1939)Corresp. RE: 1939 New York World's Fair1 TLS Force-AHB (1937)1 TLS Edith Gregor Halpert (WPA)-EC (1936)3 TLS Force (Whitney Museum of American Art)-AHB (1934)

1934-37, 1939, 1944-45
I.24.23.1 Newark, DE (Women's College, University of Delaware) 1934-37, 1939, 1945
I.24.23.2 Newark, NJ - Newtonville, MA

Newark, NJNewberg, ORNewport, RINewport News, VANewton, IANewton, MANewtonville, MA

1931-32, 1934, 1935-36, 1937, 1939, 1945
I.24.23.3 Niagara Falls, NY - Norman, OK

Niagra Falls, NYNorfolk, VANormal, ILNorman, OK

1935-36, 1939, 1945
I.24.23.4 Normandy, MO - Notre Dame, IN

Normandy, MONorris, TNNorth Canton, OHNorth Evans, NYNorth Fairfield, OHNorth Library, MANorthfield, MNNorthfield, VTNorthport, NYNorton, MANorwalk, CTNorwich, CTNotre Dame, IN

1934, 1936, 1937, 1945
I.24.23.5 Northhampton, MA (Smith College)

Incl. 10 TLS Jere Abbott-EC8 TLS Abbott-AHB5 TLS Abbott-ARB1 TLS Abbott-Philip Johnson

1933-36, 1937, 1938-39, 1944-45

"O" Correspondence

Folder Title Date
I.24.23.6 Oak Ridge, TN - Oakland, MD

Oak Ridge, TNOakland, CA (incl. Mills College)Oakland, MD

1934-36, 1945
I.24.23.7 Oberlin, OH - Olympia, WA

Oberlin, OHOcean Grove, NJOcean Park, VAOgden, UTOgontz, PAOklahoma City, OKOlio, AROlivet, MIOlympia, WA

1932-36, 1945
I.24.23.8 Omaha, NE 1934, 1936-37, 1945
I.24.23.9 Oneonta, NY- Ozone Park, NY

Oneonta, NYOntario, CAOntario, OROntario, CanadaOrange, NJOrchard Park, NYOrlando, FLOrono, MEOshkosh, WIOswego, NYOttawa, CanadaOxford, EnglandOxford, ILOxford, MSOxford, OHOzone Park, NY

1933-34, 1936-37, 1945

"P" Correspondence

Folder Title Date
I.24.23.10 Packanack Lake, NJ - Parlin, NJ

Packanack Lake, NJPaducah, KYPainesville, OHPalisade, NJPalm Beach, FLPalo Alto, CA (incl. Stanford University)Palos Verdes Estates, CAPaoli, PAParkdale, ORParkersburg, WVParlin, NJ

1932, 1934, 1936, 1945
I.24.23.11 Pasadena, CA - Petersburg, VA

Pasadena, CAPaterson, NJPawling, NYPecos, TXPeekskill, NYPemberton, NJPembroke, NCPeoria, ILPetersburg, VA

1934, 1935, 1937, 1945
I.24.24.1 Philadelphia, PA, A - L 1934, 1937, 1945
I.24.24.2 Philadelphia, PA, M - Z 1932-33, 1934, 1937, 1938-39, 1945
I.24.24.3.1 Philadelphia, PA (Philadelphia Museum of Art)

Incl. 2 TLS Henri Marceau-AHB3 TLS Fiske Kimball-AHB5 TLS Henry P. McIlhenny-AHB

1937, 1939, 1945
I.24.24.3.2 Philadelphia, PA (Philadelphia Museum of Art)

Incl. 2 TLS Marceau-AHB7 TLS Marceau-EC1 TLS Kimball-AHB2 TLS McIlhenny-AHBMcIlhenny-EC.7 TLS Henry Clifford-EC

1937
I.24.24.3.3 Philadelphia, PA (Philadelphia Museum of Art)

Incl. 6 TLS Marceau-AHB8 TLS Marceau-ARB4 TLS Marceau-Philip Johnson2 TLS Marceau-Ernestine Fantl4 TLS Kimball-AHB4 TLS Kimball-ARB1 TLS Kimball-Johnson1 TLS Kimball-Jere Abbott

1931-34
I.24.24.4 Phillips, TX - Pittsburgh, PA

Phillips, TXPhoenix, AZPierre, SDPipestone, MNPittsburgh, PA

1934, 1937, 1945
I.24.24.5 Pittsburgh, PA

Incl. 1 TLS Edgar Kaufmann, Jr.-EC (1939)

1932, 1934, 1937, 1939, 1945
I.24.24.6.1 Pittsburgh, PA (Carnegie Institute)

Incl. 9 TLS Homer Saint-Gaudens-AHB; 2 TLS Saint-Gaudens-EC; 1 TLS A. Conger Goodyear-AHB

1936-37, 1939, 1944-45
I.24.24.6.2 Pittsburgh, PA (Carnegie Institute)

Incl. 3 TLS Saint-Gaudens-ARB; 1 TLS Saint-Gaudens-AHB

1932-34
I.24.24.7 Pittsfield, MA - Portland, ME

Pittsfield, MAPlainfield, NJPlattsburgh, NYPort Arthur, TXPort Deposit, MDPort Huron, MIPort Washington, NYPort-au-Prince, HaitiPort-of-Spain, TrinidadPortales, NMPortland, ME

1934, 1937, 1945
I.24.25.1 Portland, OR 1934, 1937, 1939, 1945
I.24.25.2 Portland, OR (Portland Art Museum)

See also, I.24.25.1, Portland Art Association

1936-37, 1939, 1944-45
I.24.25.3 Portsmouth, VA - Princess Anne, VA

Portsmouth, VAPotsdam, NYPottstown, PAPoughkeepsie, NY (Vassar College)Presque Isle, MEPretoria, South AfricaSee also, I.24.28(7.), South AfricaPrincess Anne, VA

1932, 1937, 1944-45
I.24.25.4 Princeton, NJ 1936-37, 1945
I.24.25.5.1 Providence, RI (Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design) 1939, 1944-45
I.24.25.5.2 Providence, RI (Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design) 1931-32, 1933-34, 1936-37
I.24.25.6 Providence, RI - Pyote, TX

Providence, RIBrown University correspPullman, WAPutney, VTPyote, TX

1934, 1936, 1937, 1944-45

"Q" Correspondence

Folder Title Date
I.24.25.7 Quakertown, PA - Quincy, IL

Quakertown, PAQuansit Point, RIQuincy, IL

1945

"R" Correspondence

Folder Title Date
I.24.25.8 Racine, WI - Ramsey, NJ

Racine, WIRadford, VARadnor, INRaleigh, NCRamsey, NJ

1934, 1945
I.24.25.9 Reading, MA - Richmond, IN

Reading, MAReading, PARedlands, CAReno, NVRhinebeck, NYRichfield Springs, NYRichmond, CARichmond, IN

1934, 1940-41, 1945
I.24.25.10 Richmond, VA 1934, 1937, 1941, 1945
I.24.25.11 Ridgefield, CT - Rivers, AZ

Ridgefield, CTRidgefield Park, NJRidgewood, NJRidgewood, NYRingtown, PARios Piedras, Puerto Rico2 TLS Richard Neutra-Janet Henrich O'Connell (1945)River Edge, NJRiver Falls, WIRiver Forest, ILRiverdale, NYRivers, AZ

1934, 1941, 1945
I.24.26.1 Rochester, MN - Rochester, NY

Rochester, MNRochester, NY

1934, 1944-45
I.24.26.2.1 Rochester, NY (Rochester Memorial Art Gallery) 1941, 1945
I.24.26.2.2 Rochester, NY (Rochester Memorial Art Gallery) 1934-37, 1939
I.24.26.3 Rock Hill, SC - Rome, NY

Rock Hill, SCRock Island, ILRockford, ILRockville, MDRome, GARome, NY

1945
I.24.26.4 Roxbury, CT - Ruston, LA

Roxbury, CTRoyal Oak, MIRuston, LA

1934, 1941, 1945

"S" Correspondence

Folder Title Date
I.24.26.5 Sacramento, CA - Saint Joseph, MO

Sacramento, CASafford, AZSaginaw, MISaint Albans, VTSaint Bonaventure, NYSaint Charles, MOSaint Joseph, MO

1932, 1940-41, 1945
I.24.26.6 Saint Louis, MO

Incl. Clayton, MO, corresp

1936-37, 1941, 1945
I.24.26.7 Saint Louis, MO

Incl. 1 TLS H. W. Janson (Washington University)-EC (1945) re: information on circulating exhibitions

1932-34, 1936-37, 1941, 1945
I.24.26.8.1 Saint Louis, MO (City Art Museum of Saint Louis)

Incl. 2 TLS Charles Nagel (Acting Director)-EC (1945)

1944-45
I.24.26.8.2 Saint Louis, MO (City Art Museum of Saint Louis)

Incl. 14 TLS Perry T. Rathbone (Director)-EC (1941)1 TLS J. Lionberger Davis (Chairman, Security National Bank)-Abby Aldrich Rockefeller (Mrs. John D., Jr.) (1941)

1941-42
I.24.26.8.3 Saint Louis, MO (City Art Museum of Saint Louis)

Incl. 7 TLS Rathbone-EC (1940)7 TLS Meyric R. Rogers (Director)-EC (1938-39)

1938-40
I.24.26.8.4 Saint Louis, MO (City Art Museum of Saint Louis)

Incl. 9 TLS Rogers-ARB (1934)1 TLS Rogers-AHB2 TLS Rogers-EC2 TLS Louis La Beaume-EC1 TLS La Beaume-ARB

1933-34, 1937
I.24.26.9 Saint Martin, OH - Saint Paul, MN

Saint Martin, OH1 item onlySaint Paul, MN

1932, 1934, 1941, 1945
I.24.26.10.1 Saint Paul, MN (The Saint Paul Gallery and School of Art) 1945
I.24.26.10.2 Saint Paul, MN (The Saint Paul Gallery and School of Art) 1934, 1937, 1941
I.24.27.1 Salem, MA - Salt Lake City, UT

Salem, MASalina, KSSalisbury, CTSalisbury, MDSalisbury, NCSalt Lake City, UT

1934, 1941, 1945
I.24.27.2 San Antonio, TX - San Diego, CA

San Antonio, TXSan Bernadino, CASan Diego, CA

1934, 1941, 1945
I.24.27.3 San Francisco, CA 1937, 1939, 1941, 1945
I.24.27.4.1 San Francisco, CA (California Palace of the Legion of Honor) 1941, 1944-45
I.24.27.4.2 San Francisco, CA (California Palace of the Legion of Honor) 1933-34, 1936-37
I.24.27.5.1 San Francisco, CA (San Francisco Museum of Art)

Incl. 14 TLS Grace McCann Morley-EC1 ALS Morley-EC

1941-42
I.24.27.5.2 San Francisco, CA (San Francisco Museum of Art)

Incl. 7 TLS Morley-EC1 TLS Morley-AHB (1939) re: unable to attend Museum opening

1939, 1941
I.24.27.5.3 San Francisco, CA (San Francisco Museum of Art)

Incl. 6 TLS Morley-AHB1 TLS A. Conger Goodyear-AHB1 TLS Margaret Gise (Marie Harriman Gallery)-AHB re: Morley and the San Francisco Museum of Art

1937
I.24.27.5.4 San Francisco, CA (San Francisco Museum of Art)

Incl. 1 ALS postcard AHB-EC

1937
I.24.27.5.5 San Francisco, CA (San Francisco Museum of Art)

Incl. 5 TLS Morley-Ernestine Fantl1 TLS Morley-Thomas Mabry3 TLS Morley-EC

1936-37
I.24.27.5.6 San Francisco, CA (San Francisco Museum of Art)

Formerly San Francisco Art Association (1934)Incl. 8 TLS Morley-EC1 TLS Morley-AHB

1931-32, 1934, 1936
I.24.27.6 San Jose, CA - Santa Ana, CA

San Jose, CASan Pablo, CASan Rafael, CASandy Hook, NJSanta Ana, CA

1933-45
I.24.27.7 Santa Barbara, CA - Saranac Lake, NY

Santa Barbara, CASanta Fe, NMSanta Maria, CASanta Monica, CASanta Paula, CASaranac Lake, NY

1934, 1937, 1941, 1945
I.24.28.1.1 Saratoga Springs, NY (Skidmore College) 1941, 1944-45
I.24.28.1.2 Saratoga Springs, NY (Skidmore College) 1933-37
I.24.28.2 Sarnia, Ontario, Canada - Scranton, PA

Sarnia, Ontario, CanadaSaskatoon, Saskatchewan, CanadaSavannah, GAScarsdale, NYSchenectady, NYScotts Bluff, NEScranton, PA

1932, 1934, 1937, 1941, 1945
I.24.28.3 Seattle, WA

Incl. corresp. with Seattle Art Museum; Seattle Symphony Orchestra flyer for Ballet Russe

1934, 1936-37, 1941, 1944-45
I.24.28.4 Seattle, WA (University of Washington: Henry Art Gallery; Washington State Museum) 1933-34, 1937, 1941, 1945
I.24.28.5 Seattle, WA (The Western Association of Art Museum Directors; Seattle Art Museum) 1936-37, 1939, 1941, 1945
I.24.28.6 Sedro Woolley, WA - Simsbury, CT

Sedro Woolley, WASewannee, TNSewickley, PASheboygan, WISheperdstown, WVShreveport, LASimsbury, CT

1934, 1937, 1939, 1941, 1945
I.24.28.7 Sioux City, IA - South Africa

Sioux City, IASioux Falls, SDSnyder, NYSouth Africa (Pretoria)

1934, 1938-39, 1945
I.24.28.8 South Bend, IN - Spooner, WI

South Bend, INSouth Byfield, MASouth Gate, CASouth Hadley, MA (Mt. Holyoke College)South Langhorne, PASouth Orange, NJSouth River, NJSouthport, CTSpartanburg, SCSpokane, WASpooner, WI

1934, 1937, 1941, 1945
I.24.28.9 Springfield, IL - Springfield, OH

Springfield, ILSpringfield, MASpringfield, MASpringfield, NJSpringfield, OH

1934, 1936-37, 1941, 1945
I.24.28.10 Springfield, MA (Springfield Museum of Fine Arts) 1933-34, 1936-37, 1939, 1941, 1945
I.24.28.11 Springfield, MA (The George Walter Vincent Smith Art Gallery) 1936-37, 1939, 1941, 1945
I.24.28.12 Stamford, CT - State College, PA

Stamford, CTState College, NMState College, PA

1935, 1937, 1941, 1945
I.24.29.1 Staten Island, NY - Stockton, CA

Staten Island, NYStatesboro, GAStaunton, VASterling, KSStillwater, OKStockton, CA

1934, 1937, 1941, 1945
I.24.29.2 Storm Lake, IA - Syracuse, NY

Storm Lake, IAStratford, CTStroudsburg, PASummit, NJSuperior, WISwarthmore, PASweet Briar College, VASyracuse, NY

1932, 1934, 1937, 1941, 1945

"T" Correspondence

Folder Title Date
I.24.29.3 Tacoma, WA - Taft, CA

Tacoma, WATaft, CA

1934, 1937, 1941, 1945
I.24.29.4 Taftville, CT - Tenafly, NJ

Taftville, CTTallahassee, FLTampa, FLTarkio, MOTarrytown, NYTempe, AZTenafly, NJ

1934, 1937, 1944-45
I.24.29.5 Terre Haute, IN - Toledo, OH

Terre Haute, INThomasville, GAThomson, ILToledo, OH

1932, 1934, 1944-45
I.24.29.6.1 Toledo, OH (Toledo Museum of Art) 1939, 1941, 1945
I.24.29.6.2 Toledo, OH (Toledo Museum of Art) 1932-34, 1937, 1938
I.24.29.7 Tooele, UT - Toronto, Canada

Tooele, UTTopeka, KSToronto, Canada

1934, 1941, 1944-45
I.24.29.8.1 Toronto, Canada (Art Gallery of Toronto) 1945
I.24.29.8.2 Toronto, Canada (Art Gallery of Toronto) 1944
I.24.29.8.3 Toronto, Canada (Art Gallery of Toronto) 1941
I.24.29.8.4 Toronto, Canada (Art Gallery of Toronto) 1931, 1934-39
I.24.29.9 Trenton, NJ - Troy, NY

Trenton, NJTroy, NY

1932, 1934, 1941, 1945
I.24.29.10 Tucson, AZ - Tuscaloosa, AL

Tucson, AZTurners Falls, MATuscaloosa, AL

1934, 1937, 1941, 1944, 1945
I.24.29.11 Tulsa, OK 1937, 1939-41, 1945

"U" Correspondence

Folder Title Date
I.24.30.1 University, AL - University, MS

University, ALUniversity, LAUniversity, MS

1933-34, 1940-41, 1945
I.24.30.2 University, VA (University of Virginia Museum of Fine Arts) 1941
I.24.30.3 University City, MO - Urbana, IL

University City, MOUpper Darby, PAUrbana, IL

1931-34, 1945
I.24.30.4.1 Utica, NY (Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute) 1945
I.24.30.4.2 Utica, NY (Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute) 1937, 1941, 1945

"V" Correspondence

Folder Title Date
I.24.30.5 Valdosta, GA - Victoria, Australia

Valdosta, GAValley City, NDValparaiso, INVan Wert, OHVancouver, CanadaVermillion, SDVicksburg, MSVictoria, Australia

1939, 1941, 1945

"W" Correspondence

Folder Title Date
I.24.30.6 Washington, DC

Incl. corresp. with:The American Association of American MuseumsAmerican Association of University WomenAmerican Federation of the Arts

1937, 1939, 1941, 1945
I.24.30.7 Washington, DC

Incl. corresp. with:The American Federation of LaborWilliam A.M. Burden (U.S. Chamber of Commerce)Children's Art CenterOffice of the Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs (CIAA)Cuban EmbassyDivision of Cultural Cooperation, Department of StateNational Housing Agency, Federal Public Housing AuthorityFederal Security Agency, U.S. Office of EducationFederal Works Agency, Works Projects AdministrationFrederick GutheimThe Hecht CompanyMrs. Alex I. HendersonAnnemarie HenleMission of Alliance of Red Cross and Red Crescent of the U.S.S.R. in the U.S.AMitchell JamiesonLibrary of Congress

1935, 1937, 1939, 1941, 1945
I.24.30.8 Washington, DC

Incl. corresp. with:Mount Vernon SeminaryNational Cathedral SchoolNational Catholic Welfare ConferenceNational Collection of Fine ArtsNational Gallery of Fine Arts, Smithsonian InstitutionNational Education AssociationDivision of Urban Studies, National Housing AuthorityNational League of Women VotersNational Office of the C.I.ONew Zealand Supply MissionOffice of Defense TransportationOffice of Information and Statistics, Civil Aeronautics and Administration- Department of CommerceOffice of Production ManagementOffice of War Information (OWI) (see also, SERIES I.15)Pan American UnionPhillips Memorial GalleryDavid Porter; Potomac SchoolNelson A. Rockefeller (Council of National Defense, Coordinator of Commercial and Cultural Relations Between the American Republics; incl. 5 TLS Nelson A. Rockefeller-EC, 1941)George F. Rohrlich

1939, 1941, 1945
I.24.30.9 Washington, DC

Incl. corresp. with:Stuart Junior High SchoolMrs. Morrison G. TuckerUnited Service Organizations, IncLibrary of the U.S. Civil Service CommissionOffice of Information, Department of Agriculture, U.S. Department of AgricultureIndian Arts and Crafts Board, U.S. Department of the Interior (incl. 1 TLS RDH-EC, 1941; 1 TL RDH-Holger Cahill, 1941)Smithsonian Institution, U.S. National MuseumU.S. Office of Education (See Henle)Washington WorkshopWoodward & Lothrop

1934, 1945
I.24.30.10 Waldport, OR - Waterville, ME

Waldport, ORWalla Walla, WAWallingford, CTWallington, NJWaltham, MAWarsaw, INWaterbury, CTWatertown, CTWaterville, ME

1934, 1937, 1940-41, 1945
I.24.30.11 Wellesley, MA (Wellesley College) 1934, 1937, 1941, 1945
I.24.30.12 Waukesha, WI - West Palm Beach, FL

Waukesha, WIWauwatosa, WIWayland, MAWayne, PAWaynesboro, VAWayzata, MNWeatherford, OKWebster Groves, MOWeehawken, NJWest Bend, WIWest Cornwall, CTWest Hartford, CTWest Harwich, MAWest Liberty, WVWest Los Angeles, CAWest Nyack, NYWest Palm Beach, FL

1933, 1934, 1937, 1941, 1945
I.24.30.13 West Pittston, PA - Weston, MA

West Pittston, PAWest Point, NYWest Reading, PAWest Redding, CT1 TLS EC-Katherine Dreier (1945), returned annotated by Dreier re: loan refusal; 2 TLS Dreier-Margaret Miller (1941) re: loan of Head of Marcel Duchamp by Antoine PevsnerIncl. annotated postscript on proper lighting for its display1 TLS Dreier-Miller (1941) re: loan requests (1941-42) and request to contact JJS concerning a loan to the exhibition Joan MiróWesterville, OHWestfield, MAWestminster, MDWestmount, P.Q., CanadaWeston, MA

1934, 1936-37, 1941, 1945
I.24.31.1 Westport, CT - White Sulphur Springs, WV

Westport, CTWheeling, WVWhite Plains, NYWhite Sulphur Springs, WV

1941, 1945
I.24.31.2 Wichita, KS - Williamsport, PA

Wichita, KSWichita Falls, TXWilkes-Barre, PAWyoming Historical and Geological Society correspWilliamsport, PA

1932-34, 1941, 1945
I.24.31.3 Williamsburg, VA (College of William and Mary)

Incl. 1 ALS Leslie Cheek, Jr.-EC (1937)

1936-37, 1940-41, 1945
I.24.31.4 Williamstown, MA (Williams College) 1932, 1941, 1945
I.24.31.5 Wilmington, DE - Wilmington, VT

Wilmington DEWilmington, NCWilmington, VT

1934, 1937, 1939, 1941-42, 1945
I.24.31.6 Wilton, CT - Winston-Salem, NC

Wilton, CTWinchendon, MAWindsor, CTWindsor, Ontario, CanadaWinfield, KSWinnetka, ILWinnipeg, Canada (Univ. of Manitoba)Winona, MNWinston-Salem, NC

1932-34, 1941, 1945
I.24.31.7 Winter Park, FL - Woodstock, VT

Winter Park, FL (Rollins College)Wolfville, N.S. [Nova Scotia], Canada (Acadia Univ.)Woodbury, CT2 TL (carbon) EC-Mr. and Mrs. Yves Tanguy (1945)Woodstock, VT

1933-34, 1937, 1945
I.24.31.8 Wooster, OH - Worcester, MA

Wooster, OH (College of Wooster)Worcester, MA

1934-37, 1941, 1945
I.24.31.9.1 Worcester, MA (Worcester Art Museum)

Incl. 5 TLS Louisa Dresser (Acting Director)-EC

1945
I.24.31.9.2 Worcester, MA (Worcester Art Museum)

Incl. 19 TLS Charles H. Sawyer (Director)-EC4 TLS Dresser-EC1 TLS Sawyer-DCM

1941
I.24.31.9.3 Worcester, MA (Worcester Art Museum)

Incl. 1 TLS H. W. Janson-EC (1937)1 TLS Janson-Beaumont Newhall (1937)2 TLS Dresser (Associate Curator)-EC (1936)1 TLS Dresser-EC (1937).

1936-37, 1939-40
I.24.31.9.4 Worcester, MA (Worcester Art Museum)

Incl. 4 TLS Francis Henry Taylor-ARB

1932-34

"X","Y","Z" Correspondence

Folder Title Date
I.24.31.10 Yakima, WA - Zanesville, OH

Yakima, WAYellow Springs, OH (Antioch College)Yokahama, Japan (Japan Foreign Trade Fair [1949])York, PAYoungstown, OHZanesville, OH (Art Institute)

1937, 1940-41, 1945, 1949

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Series II. Exhibitions 1931-1990

This series includes records concerning the organization of circulating exhibitions from 1931-1990, is arranged chronologically into two series: Series II.1, Exhibitions, 1931-58 and Series II.2, Exhibitions, 1959-69, Series II.3 Exhibitions 1964-1990.

In addition to the exhibition itinerary and checklist (included for all exhibitions cited unless otherwise noted), the records may contain the following: press releases; box lists; packing/unpacking instructions; wall label texts; interoffice memoranda; customs receipts; shipping and insurance documents; correspondence with participating institutions and lenders; publicity reports; press clippings; photographs, including installation views; and undated material. Correspondence of art historical significance or of particular relevance to the Museum's history is noted

Descriptive entries for each exhibition include the exhibition's title, as it appears in published materials; the predominating media type of the works included in the exhibition; its dates of circulation and number of venues on the tour, as confirmed by the itinerary and administrative records; and album reference, if any. The registrar number assigned to exhibitions proposed for domestic circulation between 1959 and 1968 (Series II.2) is also indicated. The majority of the entries are annotated to include information regarding an exhibition's origin, including variant title and installation dates of the Museum exhibition on which it was based; previous or subsequent tours; alternate titles by which the exhibition was known; curator responsible for exhibition; sponsorship; lenders; international circulation; and dispersal.

II.1 Exhibitions, 1931-1958 1931-1990

797 folders stored in 77 5" document boxes, 13 2.5" document boxes; 13x5x12" and one 4.5x6x8" index card box; 2 bundles of photographic panels (32x43.5"; 20x25"); 1 12" acetate record album; 51 large format scrapbook albums (16x13x4"); 1 photograph album (10x12x2"); 102 linear feet

Due to the complexity of the collection and the historical organization of the material, folders in this series have been numbered in the following manner: [Series].[Subseries].[Box].[Folder]
Some folders were later split into two or more folders and their numbering is as follows: [Series].[Subseries].[Box].[Folder].[Sub-folder]

Folder Title
II.1.32.1 Alvar Aalto: Architecture and Furniture

[A, in photo/text panels, models]
Lge. version, 1938-39 [8]
Sm. version, 1940-41 [7]: album A2(5)
MoMA Exh. #75, 3/5-4/8 1938

II.1.32.2 Abstract Japanese Calligraphy

[PR]; 1955-57 [6]
ICE-D-3-53
Small version of 12 prints organized specifically for Farnsworth Art Museum, Wellesley College, 3/3-3/27 1957
MoMA Exh. #561, Modern Abstract Japanese Calligraphy, 6/22-9/19 1954
Organized by Arthur Drexler

II.1.32.3 Abstract Painting

(S17); [CR]; 1941-50 [57]: album
Young People's Rotating Exhibition

II.1.32.4.1 Abstract Painting in America

[P]; 1951-52 [6]: album [2 folders]
MoMA Exh. #466, Abstract Painting and Sculpture in America, 1/24-3/25, 1951

Folder incl.:
1 TLS Man Ray-Andrew C. Ritchie (1951)
1 ALS Max Weber-Ritchie (1951)
1 ALS J. B. Neumann-Ritchie (1951)
1 TLS Curt Valentin (Buchholz Gallery)-Ritchie (1951)

II.1.32.4.2 Abstract Painting in America
II.1.32.5 Abstract Photography

[PP]; 1939-41 [16]: album
Folder incl. notes for a second exhibition proposed ca. 1951 and later cancelled.

II.1.32.6 Action Photography

[PP]; 1943-45 [12]: album
MoMA Exh. #240, 8/18-9/19 1943

Folder incl.:
1 TLS JTS-Alice Otis (1945)

II.1.33.1 Actors and Clowns

[PR]; 1945-49 [29]: album
Venues incl. four special showings at educational institutions, 1948
Separate version of 13 color reproductions installed at New York University-Bellevue Medical Center, 9/20 1948-9/20 1951

II.1.33.2 Advertising Art in the United States

[D]; 1948-50 [24]: album
Based upon larger exhibition circulated to Denmark under the auspices of the Danish Designers' Circle (DDC), ca. 1947
See II.1.34.2, American Advertising Art, upon which the nationally circulated version was based. Exhibition also referred to in papers as"Contemporary Advertising"

II.1.33.3 Advertising and Editorial Art in the United States

[D]; 1950-53 [16]

II.1.33.4.1 African Negro Art

[S]; 1935-36 [7]: album [2 folders]
MoMA Exh. #39, 3/18-5/19 1935
See also, II.1.91(7)

II.1.33.4.2 African Negro Art

Folder 4.2 incl. corresp. (1934-36) with lenders, primarily institutions, from Germany and Belgium (some corresp. in German)
1 ALS (in French) Jacques Lipchitz-"Mademoiselle"/MoMA (1936)
1 TLS Jay Leyda-AHB (1933)

II.1.33.5.1 Airways to Peace

[D, in PP, photo/text panels + maps]
1943-44 [5]: album [3 folders]
MoMA Exh. #236, 7/2-10/31 1943
Exhibition text by Wendell L. Wilkie.

II.1.33.5.2 Airways to Peace
II.1.33.5.3 Airways to Peace

Folder 5.1 incl. 8 TLS William A.M. Burden-MW (1943-44)

II.1.33.6 Anni Albers: Textiles

[D]; 1949-53 [26]
MoMA Exh. #421, 9/14-11/6 1949

II.1.33.7 Always the Young Stranger

[PP]; 1953-54 [2]
Excerpted from MoMA Exh. #532, Always the Young Strangers, 2/26-4/1 1953
Venues incl. 1 booking not on itinerary: Indiana University, Bloomington, 10/11-11/1 1953

II.1.34.1.1 America Builds

[A, in photographs, plans + diagrams]
Org. 1944 [2]: album [2 folders]
Organized by the DCE for the OWI for exhibition in Sweden

Divided into 4 sections:
H. H. Richardson, Louis Sullivan and Frank Lloyd Wright
Planning in the U.S.A
U.S. Housing in War and Peace
Outstanding Buildings of the Last 10 years, a version of Built in USA: 1932-44, II.1.42.5

II.1.34.1.2 America Builds

Folder 1.2 incl. 1 TLS John Funk-EC (1943)
2 TLS Mrs. Casey W. W. Wurster-EC (1944)

II.1.34.2 American Advertising Art

[D, in objects + photographic panels]
1948 [1]
Exhibition prepared for the Danish Designers' Circle for exhibition in Copenhagen
Possible subsequent showings in Europe arranged by the DDC
See also, II.1.33.2, Advertising Art in the United States, the nationally circulated version of this exhibition

II.1.34.3 American Architecture

(S41). [A, in photographs
Sects. A,B,C]
1942-46
A [10], B [13], C [15]: album
Young People's Rotating Exhibition

Organized in 3 sections, with some institutions exhibiting more than one section:
(A) Formal Architecture in the Colonies and Early Republic
(B) Pioneers of Modern Architecture
(C) Modern American Architecture

Circulated by the AFA, 1944-46
Dismantled 6/1947

II.1.34.4 The American Dance

[T]; 1940-42 [6]: album

II.1.34.5 American Folk Art: The Art of the Common Man in America

[P]; 1933-34 [6]: album
MoMA Exh. #22, 11.30 1932-1.14 1933
Directed by Holger Cahill
Folder incl. 8 TLS Pennsylvania Museum of Art-ARB (1933-34)
5 TLS Pennsylvania Museum of Art-Holger Cahill (1933-34)
6 TLS ARB-Abby Aldrich Rockefeller (Mrs. John D., Jr.) (1933-34)
No itinerary or checklist available

II.1.34.6 American Graphic Art

[PR]; ca. 1944 [-] [proposed]
Exhibition proposed for the Jewish National Museum Bezalel, Jerusalem
Folder incl. 1 TLS Carl O. Schniewind (Art Institute of Chicago)-EC (1945)

II.1.34.7 American Painters

(S49); [CR]; 1943-46 [23]: album
Young People's Rotating Exhibition
Formerly titled Reproductions of American Paintings
See II.1.97.5
Reproductions published 1943 in folio titled American Art Portfolio, Series I and subsequently shown at the Museum. Revised 1945 and circulated as American Painting Before 1900
See II.1.34.10

II.1.34.8 American Painting

(A13); [CR]; 1943-45 [18]: album
Educational Project
Folder incl. records for subsequent version proposed ca. 1946-47 under the title American Painting Since 1900
See II.1.34.11
See also, Series I.20 Sales and Rentals of Copies of Exhibitions Abroad for related materials

II.1.34.9 American Painting, I-III

[CR]; 3 copies]; 1945-49 [I, 34; II, 28; III, 28]: album
Copies I-III traveled simultaneously
At the close of their tours, the exhibitions were sold to institutions/individuals

II.1.34.10 American Painting Before 1900

(S49); [CR]; 1946-51 [38]
Young People's Rotating Exhibition
Later version of American Painters (S49), see II.1.34.7
Designed to serve as a preamble to the exhibition American Painting
See II.1.34.9
Exhibition incl. work of John James Audubon, John Singleton Copley, Asher Brown Durand, Thomas Eakins, Winslow Homer, George Inness and James Abbott McNeill Whistler
Venues incl. 1 booking not on itinerary: Cartoonists & Illustrators School, New York, 1/14-1/28 1951

II.1.34.11 American Painting Since 1900

[CR]; ca. 1946-47 [-] [proposed]; [NF]
Subsequent version of American Painting (A13), proposed ca. 1946-47
See II.1.34.8 for records concerning proposed exhibition
These records do not indicate that this version was circulated

II.1.34.12 American Photographs by Walker Evans

[PP]; 1938-40 [10]: album
MoMA Exh. #78, Walker Evans: American Photographs, 9/28-11/18 1938
Folder incl. exhibition contract for special venue not on itinerary: Woman's Department Club of Shrevesport, LA

II.1.34.13 American Prints

[PR]; 1947-48 [7]: album

II.1.34.14 The American Scene

[PR]; 1939-42 [14]: album
40 prints, majority from the collection of Abby Aldrich Rockefeller (Mrs. John D., Jr.)

II.1.35.1 The American Snapshot

[PP]; 1944-46 [13]: album
MoMA Exh. #254, 3/1-5/10 1944
Sponsored by Eastman Kodak
Exhibition incl. enlargements of 200 amateur photographs dating from 1888 to 1944
Prefabricated installation designed by architect Bernard Rudofsky

II.1.35.2 American Watercolors

(S31); [CR]; 1941 [1]: album
Young People's Rotating Exhibition

II.1.35.3 The American Woodcut Today

[PR]; 1953 [1]; [NF]
See ICE-F-7-53 (I, 1953) and ICE-F-18-53 (1956-60)

II.1.35.4 Americans 1942: 18 Artists from 9 States

[P]; 1942-43 [8]: album
MoMA Exh. #168, 1/28-3/8 1942
100 works selected by DCM, the first in a series of exhibitions directed by her focusing on contemporary American art
See also, II.1.35.5, II.1.53.6, and II.2.133.7 Americans 1945, proposed for circulation ca. 1946, was never realized

II.1.35.5 Americans 1943: Realists and Magic Realists

[P]; 1943-44 [5]: album
MoMA Exh. #217, 2/10-3/21 1943
Folder incl. 1 ALS Andrew Wyeth-DCM (1944)

II.1.35.6 Ancestral Sources of Modern Painting

[CR]; 1941-45 [42, incl. Canadian tour]: album
Organized by the DCE but rented to the OWI for circulation in England, 1946
Exhibition sold, 1947. Exhibition (no. 39) also circulated to secondary schools as part of the Educational Program
See also, Series I.20 Sales and Rentals of Copies of Exhibitions Abroad for related material

II.1.35.7 Ancient Arts of the Andes

[S]; 1954 [2]
MoMA Exh. #550, 1/26-3/21 1954
Installed by RDH
Exhibition incl. sculpture, ornaments and textiles in collection of Nelson A. Rockefeller

II.1.35.8 The Animal Kingdom in Modern Art

[P+S]; 1942-43 [7]: album

II.1.35.9 Animals in Art

(S14, rev.); [CR]; 1943-47 [32]
Revision of Young People's Rotating Exhibition no. 37, 1941-42

II.1.35.10.1 The Architecture of the City Plan

[A, in photo/text panels]
1950-55 [30] [2 folders]

II.1.35.10.2 The Architecture of the City Plan
II.1.36.1.1 The Architecture of Japan

[A, in photo/text panels, drawings + plans]
1953-58 [27] [4 folders]
ICE-D-2-53

II.1.36.1.2 The Architecture of Japan
II.1.36.1.3 The Architecture of Japan
II.1.36.1.4 The Architecture of Japan
II.1.36.2 The Architecture of Eric Mendelsohn

[A, in photographs, plans + sketches]
1942 [2]: album
MoMA Exh. #159, Architecture of Eric Mendelsohn, 1914-1940, 11/26 1941-1/4 1942

II.1.36.3 The Architecture of Henry Hobson Richardson

[A, in photographs, plans + drawings]
1936-40 [14]: album
MoMA Exh. #45b, 1/14-2/16 1936
Assembled by Professor Henry-Russell Hitchcock and arranged by the Department of Architecture and Industrial Art
Exhibition incl. renderings, working drawings, plans, perspectives and photographs of projects designed by Richardson (1838-1886)
See also, I.24.15.4 for additional exhibitor corresp

II.1.37.1.1 Are Clothes Modern?

[D, + photographs]
1944-46 [10]: album [3 folders]
Derived from MoMA Exh. #269, 11/28 1948-3/4 1945
Directed by architect Bernard Rudofsky

II.1.37.1.2 Are Clothes Modern?
II.1.37.1.3 Are Clothes Modern?
II.1.37.2 Art and the Experimental Film

[F, in stills + text]; ca. 1947-48 [-] [cancelled]
Organized by the DCE
Shown at the Museum, 10/14 1947-1/4 1948 (unnumbered MoMA Exh.), but plans to circulate the exhibition were cancelled

Two series of film programs accompanied the exhibition, incl. films by Maya Deren, Hans Richter and Christopher Young
See also, I.4.2.13 for additional promotional material

II.1.37.3 Art Education in Wartime

[PP]; 1943-45 [9]: album
Exhibition organized as part of the Educational Program

II.1.37.4 Art from Fighting China

[P]; 1942-44 [13]: album
MoMA Exh. #205, 11/11-11/27 1942
Exhibition contents offered for sale to benefit United China Relief

II.1.37.5 Ar in Architecture

[A]; ca. 1946 [-] [proposed
2 items

II.1.38.1.1 Art of Australia

[P]; 1941-45 [29]: album [6 folders]
Organized under the auspices of the Carnegie Foundation, New York
Assembled and with catalog by Theodore Sizer, Director, Yale University Gallery of Fine Arts, New Haven, CT. Revised 1944

II.1.38.1.2 Art of Australia
II.1.38.1.3 Art of Australia
II.1.38.1.4 Art of Australia
II.1.38.1.5 Art of Australia
II.1.38.1.6 Art of Australia
II.1.38.2.1 The Artist and the Decorative Arts

[D]; 1950-53 [19] [4 folders]

II.1.38.2.2 The Artist and the Decorative Arts
II.1.38.2.3 The Artist and the Decorative Arts
II.1.38.2.4 The Artist and the Decorative Arts
II.1.39.1 The Artist as Reporter

[DR]
1940-42 [11]: album
MoMA Exh. #105, PM Competition: The Artist as Reporter, 5/15-9/30 1940
Entries from competition sponsored by the newly founded New York City daily newspaper, PM
Folder incl. 1 TLS Philip Guston-EC and 1 TLS (postcard) Guston-EC (1941)
1 TLS Chet La More-EC (1941)

II.1.39.2 The Artist in Advertising

[D]; 1943-44 [9]: album

II.1.39.3.1 The Artist's Family

[P]; 1952-54 [15] [2 folders]
Organized by Suzette Blum

II.1.39.3.2 The Artist's Family
II.1.39.4 The Artist's Poster

[D]; 1952-56 [28]

II.1.39.5 An Artist's Zoo

[PR]; 1946-49 [23]: album

II.1.39.6 The Arts in Therapy, I, II

Sm. version
[D, + photo/text panels]
I, 1943-45 [14], II, 1943 [21]: II, album

II.1.39.7 The Arts in Therapy

Lge. version
[D, + photo/text panels]
1943 [7]: album
MoMA Exh. #216, 2/3-3/7 1943

II.1.40.1.1 Arts of the South Seas

[S]; 1946-47 [1]: album [2 folders]
MoMA Exh. #306, 1/29-3/19 1946
Formerly titled Folk Art Organized by the DCE for the Worcester Art Museum, Worcester, MA, 10/2-11/17 1946

II.1.40.1.2 Arts of the South Seas
II.1.40.2 Bali: Background to War

[P+S, D, DR, PP]; 1943-45 [11]: album
MoMA Exh. #239, Bali, Background for War: The Human Problems of Relocation, 8/11-9/19 1943
Assembled by anthropologist Gregory Bateson

II.1.40.3 The Ballet: History, Art and Practice

[DR, PP, PR]; 1940-42 [13]: album
MoMA Exh. #116, The Ballet Today, 11/26 1940-3/6 1941

II.1.40.4 The Bauhaus: How It Worked

[A+D]; 1939-40 [10]: album
Exhibition contains much of the same material as the larger show Bauhaus: 1919-1928
See II.1.40.5 but organized in a more concentrated form
Largely photographs, with examples of graphic design, textiles and glass objects. This smaller exhibition assembled primarily for circulation to colleges.

II.1.40.5.1 The Bauhaus: 1919-1928

[A+D]; 1938-40 [4]: album [2 folders]
MoMA Exh. #82, 12/7 1938-1/30 1939
Assembled by Herbert Bayer under the supervision of Walter Gropius, Professor of Design, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA

Exhibition illustrated the full range of the Bauhaus program, incl. examples of photography, books, posters, textiles, paintings, drawings, stage and costume designs, typography and architectural design

II.1.40.5.2 The Bauhaus: 1919-1928
II.1.41.1 Rainey Bennett: Watercolors of Venezuela

[P]; I, 1940-42 [14]
II, 1943 [3]: album
Watercolors of Venezuela commissioned by the Standard Oil Company of New Jersey

II.1.41.2 Bookbindings by Ignatz Wiemeler

[D]; 1935 [3]: album
MoMA Exh. #426, Ignatz Wiemeler: Modern Bookbinder, 9/30-10/24 1935
See album.

II.1.41.3 Matthew Brady Photographs

[PP]; 1954 [1]
Special exhibition organized for Corning Glass Center, Corning, NY. Also referred to as "20 Brady Photographs."

II.1.41.4 Georges Braque: Painter-Printmaker

[PR]; 1954-57 [20]
Assembled by WSL

II.1.41.5.1 Brazil Builds

Lge. version
[A, in photo/text panels]
1942-45 [16]: album [2 folders]
MoMA Exh. #213, 1/13-2/28 1943
Based on the book by Philip L. Goodwin
Photographs by George E. Kidder-Smith of 85 buildings by 26 architects. Circulated to Brazil and Mexico under the auspices of the CIAA
Mexican tour supervised by John McAndrew
See also, Series I.20 Sales and Rentals of Copies of Exhibitions Abroad for related material

II.1.41.5.2 Brazil Builds
II.1.41.6 Brazil Builds

Sm. version
[A, in photo/text panels]; 1943-46 [17]
album

II.1.41.7 Brazil Builds

[Slide Talk]; 1943-47, 1952 [13]

II.1.41.8.1 Marcel Breuer: Architect and Designer

[A, in photo/text panels + plans]
1948-52 [22]: album [2 folders]

II.1.41.8.2 Marcel Breuer: Architect and Designer
II.1.42.1.1 Bridges

[A, in photographs]
1948-53 [19] [2 folders]
Exhibition based on the book The Architecture of Bridges (New York: The Museum of Modern Art, 1950) by Elizabeth Mock

II.1.42.1.2 Bridges
II.1.42.2 A Brief Survey of Modern Painting in Color Reproductions, I, II

[CR]; I, 1931-39 [55], II, 1931-37 [31]: album
MoMA Exh. #18, 7/20-10/5 1932

Organized by AHB in four sections:
Painting Fifty Years Ago: French and American
Cézanne and the Post-Impressionists
20th Century Painting [part I]
20th Century Painting [part II]

DCE version circulated variously as A Brief Survey of Modern Painting in Color Reproductions and A Brief Survey of Modern Art
Folder 2.2 incl. AHB exhibition notes (1927)

II.1.42.3 A Brief Survey of Photography from 1839-1937

[PP]; 1937-38 [12]: album
Smaller version of MoMA Exh. #60, Photography 1839-1937, 3/17-4/18 1937
See II.1.91.9
Organized by Beaumont Newhall. Circulated primarily to schools. Folder contains itinerary only

II.1.42.4 Britain at War

1941-44 [20]: album
MoMA Exh. #130, 5/22-9/2 1941
Selected by Sir Kenneth Clark, Director, National Gallery, London. Comprehensive exhibition documenting the war through art
Exhibition incl. paintings, posters, architectural models, cartoons and caricatures, photographs, films and a section on camouflage

II.1.42.5 Built in U.S.A. 1932-44

[A, in models, plans + photo/text panels]
1944-46, 1948 [16]: album
MoMA Exh. #258c, Built in U.S.A., 5/24-10/22 1944
Section C of Art in Progress: 15th Anniversary Exhibition, directed by Elizabeth Mock
See also, II.1.50.6, II.1.86.2
Sold to the U.S. Army for use in Germany, 1949
See also, Series I.20 Sales and Rentals of Copies of Exhibitions Abroad for related material
A version of this exhibition was incl. in the four-part exhibition America Builds
See II.1.34.1

II.1.43.1.1 Built in U.S.A.: Post-War Architecture

[A, in photo/text panels, plans + stereoscopic slides]
1953-57 [20] [2 folders]
MoMA Exh. #528, 1/20-3/15 1953
Organized by Henry-Russell Hitchcock and Arthur Drexler. 16 venues, 1953-57, incl. stereoscopic slides
4 venues, 1953-54, did not. Venues incl. 1 booking not on itinerary: Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, 10/1-11/1 1953
See also, ICE-F-12-53 (Portuguese version)
Adapted from MoMA Exh. #528 as part of U.S. representation in II Bienal do Museu de Arte Moderna, Sao Paulo, 12/12 1953-2/28 1954, and shown Rio de Janeiro, 4/22-5/7 1954 (see ICE-F-19-53)
Exhibition returned to New York 1954
Text panels converted into Spanish for Latin American tour, 1956-58 [6]
Dispersed 1958 (see ICE-F-27-55)
See also, ICE-F-10-53
European tour, 1954-58 [9]
See also, SP-ICE-9-55 (Italian version)
Commissioned by USIA
Tour, 1956-57 [7]
Presented to University of Warsaw at end of tour
See also, SP-ICE-20-57 (Copy 2, Romanian version)
Commissioned by USIA
Tour, 1958-60 [7]
Dispersed 1960

II.1.43.1.1 Built in U.S.A.: Post-War Architecture
II.1.43.2 By the Sea

[P]; 1949-51 [15]: album

II.1.43.3 By the Sea

[CR]; 1952-57 [29

II.1.43.4 The California Group

[PP]; 1940-41 [3]: album
Exhibition incl. photographs by Edward Weston and members of the"
F64"
Group: Ansel Adams, Imogen Cunningham, Dorothea Lange, Cedric Wright

II.1.43.5.1 Calligraphic and Geometric: Two Linear Tendencies in Recent American Painting

[P]; 1950-54 [27] [3 folders]

II.1.43.5.2 Calligraphic and Geometric: Two Linear Tendencies in Recent American Painting
II.1.43.5.3 Calligraphic and Geometric: Two Linear Tendencies in Recent American Painting
II.1.43.6 Camouflage for Civilian Defense, I

Sm. version. [D, in photo/text panels + models]
1942-44 [19]: album
MoMA Exh. #190, 8/12-9/13 1942

II.1.44.1.1 Camouflage for Civilian Defense, II

Lge. version). [D, in photo/text panels + models]
1942-44 [16]: album [3 folders

II.1.44.1.2 Camouflage for Civilian Defense, II
II.1.44.1.3 Camouflage for Civilian Defense, II
II.1.44.2 Camouflage for Civilian Defense

[Slide Talk]; 1942-44 [10

II.1.44.3 Henri Cartier-Bresson

[PP]; 1947-49 [12]: album
MoMA Exh. #343, The Photographs of Henri Cartier-Bresson, 2/4-4/6 1947
ca. 70 photographs produced especially for this exhibition

II.1.44.4.1 Carvers - Modelers - Welders: A Selection of Recent American Sculpture

[S]; 1950-53 [19] [3 folders]
MoMA Exh. #455, 8/1-9/10 1950

II.1.44.4.2 Carvers - Modelers - Welders: A Selection of Recent American Sculpture

Folder 4.2 incl. 1 TLS, 1 ALS Theodore J. Roszak-JS
1 ALS David Smith-JS

II.1.44.4.3 Carvers - Modelers - Welders: A Selection of Recent American Sculpture
II.1.45.1 The Cat in Prints

[PR]; 1955-57 [12

II.1.45.2 A Century of Photography, I, II

[PP]; I, 1944-47 [34], II, 1944-48 [23]: album
Copy II, sold 1948
Copy I was circulated abroad, 1949, and sold at the conclusion of its tour. C/E catalogs indicate an Educational Project
See also, Series I.20 Sales and Rentals of Copies of Exhibitions Abroad for related material

II.1.45.3 A Century of Photography

[Slide Talk]; 1944-54 [43]: album

II.1.45.4 Marc Chagall

[P, PR, DR]; ca. 1946 [-]
Planned in conjunction with The Art Institute of Chicago
Never circulated

II.1.45.5 Chagall's Etchings for the "Fables of La Fontaine"

[PR]; 1953-55 [13]
Exhibition incl. 50 etchings accompanied by selections from Marianne Moore's translation of the Fables from the French
Title also appears in documentary material as "Chagall Etchings" and "Chagall's Etchings"
Folder incl. 1 TLS Moore-PAM
1 TLS Curt Valentin-PAM

II.1.45.6 Child Development Through Art, I, II

[Slide Talk] 2 copies]
I, 1945-48, 1952-53 [53]
II, 1945-55 [46]
Copy I sent to EC
Returned to New York, 4.1952
See also, II.1.50.10, II.1.115.7 and II.1.115.8 for related exhibitions

II.1.45.7 Children in England Paint

[P]; 1942-43 [14]: album
MoMA Exh. #156, 11/6-11/30 1941

II.1.45.8 Chinese Children's War Pictures

[P]; 1944-46 [19]: album
MoMA Exh. #257, 4/5-5/4 1944
Shown in Young People's Gallery
Pictures brought to U.S. by the American Friends Service Committee
Exhibition also referred to in papers as "Chinese Children Picture the War"

II.1.46.1.1 The City

[P]; 1951-54 [24] [2 folders]

II.1.46.1.2 The City

Folder 1.2 incl. 1 TLS Lyonel Feininger-Libby Tannenbaum (1952)
1 TLS Edith Gregor Halpert-Tannenbaum (1952)

II.1.46.2 City Children at Play: Photographs by Helen Levitt

[PP]; 1943-44 [1]
MoMA Exh. #221, Helen Levitt: Photographs of Children, 3/10-4/10 1943

II.1.46.3 Civil War and Frontier Photographs

[PP]; 1942-43 [4]: album
MoMA Exh. #172, Photographs of the Civil War and the American Frontier, 3/3-4/5 1942
45 photographs by Matthew Brady, Alexander Gardner, William Henry Jackson, Timothy H. O'Sullivan

II.1.46.4.1 Classic and Romantic Traditions in Abstract Painting

[P]; 1939-40 [6]: album [3 folders]
Exhibition codirected by DCM and JTS

II.1.46.4.2 Classic and Romantic Traditions in Abstract Painting
II.1.46.4.3 Classic and Romantic Traditions in Abstract Painting

Folder 3.3 incl. 1 TLS W. Chapler-AHB (1939)
2 ALS Balcomb Greene-EC
3 ALS Vaclav Vytlacil-EC (1939)

II.1.46.5 The Classical Motif

[P+PR]; 1953-55 [20]

Folder incl. 2 ALS Theodoros Stamos-Geraldine Pelles:
1 TLS Stamos-Pelles
1 TLS Mrs. A. Conger Goodyear-Pelles (1953)

II.1.47.1.1 Clowns

[P]; 1953-55 [14] [2 folders]

II.1.47.1.2 Clowns
II.1.47.2 Competition for a Festival Theatre in Williamsburg, VA

[A, in diagrams, photographs + model]
1939-41 [10]: album
MoMA Exh. #84, Williamsburg Competition, 2/28-3/15 1939. Competition held by The American National Theatre and Academy, New York, and The Architectural Record
1st prize awarded to Eero Saarinen and his associates, Ralph Rapson and Frederic James
Philip L. Goodwin and Edward Durrell Stone received second and third prizes, respectively

II.1.47.3 Competition for a New Smithsonian Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C

[A, in original designs]
1939-40 [4]: album
MoMA Exh. #95, Smithsonian Competition, 1/12-3/3 1940

II.1.47.4 Competition for Printed Fabrics

[D]; 1947-49 [7]: album
MoMA Exh. #345, Printed Textiles for the Home, 3/11-6/15 1947

II.1.47.5 Competition for Sculpture in Plexiglas

[S]; ca. 1939 [-] [proposed]
Assembled
Never circulated
Winning sculpture by Alexander Calder exhibited at 1939 World's Fair
Exhibition also referred to in papers as "Competition for Plexiglas Sculpture"
No itinerary to indicate national circulation

II.1.47.6 Competition for Wheaton College Art Center

[A, in plans + drawings]
1939-41 [17]: album
MoMA Exh. #77, Wheaton College Competition, 6/28-9/12 1938
Competition sponsored by the Museum and The Architectural Forum
Exhibition incl. 46 designs, incl. plans and elevations, by Marcel Breuer, Walter Gropius, George Howe, Richard Neutra, Eero Saarinen, others

II.1.47.7 Contemporary British Lithographs

[PR]; 1951-53 [8]
Expanded version of MoMA Exh. #457, Drawings from the Museum Collection. Recent Acquisitions: British Color Lithographs, 9/12 1950-1/1 1951

II.1.47.8 Contrasts in Painting

[P]; n.d. [-] [proposed]
Exhibition proposed for the Educational Program

II.1.47.9 Contrasts in Pictorial Representation

[P]; 1941 [1]: album

II.1.47.10 Costume Carnival: Modern Stage Costumes and Their Sources

[T, in photographs, drawings + paper sculptures]; 1945-48 [19]: album
MoMA Exh. #296, Costume Carnival, 8/29-9/23 1945
Organized by the Department of Dance and Theatre Design.8
Venues incl. 1 booking not on itinerary: the Brearley School, New York, 10/21-11/11 1948

II.1.48.1 Creative Achievements of the U.S

[PP]; Organized ca. 1944 [-]

Six exhibits of 10 photopanels each, prepared for the OWI and the CIAA for circulation in Latin America: This Is the U.S.A
A Culture Grows
Land and the People
Men and Machines
A Healthy Mind in a Healthy Body
Citizens in a Democracy

Texts in French, Spanish, Portuguese

Photographers incl. Berenice Abbott, Alfred Eisenstaedt, Ewing Galloway, Frederic Lewis and Brett Weston

Folder 1.5 incl. Farm Security Administration photographs
See also, Series I.20 Sales and Rentals of Copies of Exhibitions Abroad for material related to the exhibit This Is the U.S.A
. No itinerary available

II.1.48.2 Creative Art by American Children, I, II

[P]; [2 copies]
I, 1945-46 [14]
II, 1946-47 [13]
Exhibition organized as part of the Educational Program
Based on an exhibition organized in response to the exhibition Soviet Children's Art
See II.1.102.6
Works selected by jury made up of representatives of the Art Committee of the National Council of American-Soviet Friendship: Mervin Jules, Max Weber, Raphael Soyer, Victor D'Amico

II.1.49.1 Creative Photography

[CR]; Organized ca. 1945 [-]
MoMA Exh. #280, 3/6-3/25 1945
Andreas Feininger provided technical assistance. One of a series of exhibitions produced in multiple copies for purchase

See also, II.1.54.1, Elements of Design, II.1.72.2, Look at Your Neighborhood and II.1.120.1, What Is Modern Painting?

12 panels of photographs

Spanish and Portuguese editions were prepared by the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., Inter-American Office, for Latin American tour, 1945-46

Circulated in Australia, 1945

Folder 1.2 incl.
1 ALS (in French) Henri Cartier-Bresson- "Mademoiselle "/MoMA (1945)
1 ALS Edward Weston-Alice Otis
1 ALS Cedric Wright-Otis
1 TLS/ALS Ralph Steiner-Otis

Panel photographs
12 29x40" panels and 1 43.5x32" panel from the exhibition exist

See Bundle #124

See also, Series I.20 Sales and Rentals of Copies of Exhibitions Abroad for related material

C/E catalogs suggest earlier tour, ca. 1943-44, under the title Creative Photography: From Its Beginning to the Present
16 CR panels, circulated by the Educational Program.

II.1.49.2 Crow Island School Model

[A]; 1947-48 [2]; [NF]
Special exhibition

II.1.49.3 Cuban Painting Today

[P]; 1944-46 [12]: album
MoMA Exh. #255, Modern Cuban Painters, 3/17-5/7 1944
Selected by Cuban art critic José Gómez Sicre and AHB and partially sponsored by the Inter-American Office of the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C

II.1.49.4.1 Cubism and Abstract Art

[P+S]; 1936-37 [7]: album [2 folders]
MoMA Exh. #46, 3/2-4/19 1936
Assembled by AHB

II.1.49.4.2 Cubism and Abstract Art

Folder 4.2 incl:
1 ALS Jean (Hans) Arp-AHB (1936)
1 ALS Giacomo Balla-AHB (1936)
1 ALS Alexander Calder-AHB (1936)
1 ALS (postcard) Calder-AHB (1936)
1 ALS Calder-Miss Mallette (1938)
1 TLS Frank Crowninshield-AHB (1936)
1 ALS Sonia and Robert Delaunay-AHB (1936)
1 TLS Katherine Dreier-AHB (1936)
1 ALS Marcel Duchamp-AHB (1936)
1 ALS Alberto Giacometti-AHB (1936)
1 TLS Frederick J. Kiesler-John McAndrew (1937)
1 TLS Kiesler-EC (1937)
1 ALS Frank Kupka-AHB (1936)
1 TLS Julien Levy-AHB (1936)
1 ALS Jacques Lipchitz-AHB (1936)
3 ALS Piet Mondrian-AHB (1937)
1 ALS Henry Moore-AHB (1936)
1 TLS J. B. Neumann-AHB (1936)
1 ALS Ben Nicholson-AHB (1936)
2 TLS JJS-AHB (1937, 1936)
1 TLS Georges Vantongerloo-AHB (1936)

II.1.50.1 Salvador Dali

[P]; 1941-43 [8]: album
MoMA Exh. #158, 11/19 1941-1/11 1942
Assembled by JTS
Size of exhibition reduced in 1943

II.1.50.2 Dance in America

[T, in photographs]; 1945-46 [14]: album
50 enlargements of photographs by Gjon Mili, George Platt-Lynes, André Kertész, others
1947-49 bookings cancelled by MoMA for circulation in Germany
Exhibition sold to the U.S. State Department for this purpose, 1950
See also, Series I.20 Sales and Rentals of Copies of Exhibitions Abroad for related material

II.1.50.3 Charles Demuth

[P]; 1950-51 [6]: album
MoMA Exh. #439, 3/7-6/11 1950

II.1.50.4 Design and the Modern Poster

[PR, photo/text panels + diagrams]; 1947-49 [17]

II.1.50.5 Design for Learning

[Film cycle]; 1944-46
Album
Shown in conjunction with the exhibition Modern Architecture for the Modern School
See II.1.75.1

II.1.50.6 Design for Use

[D]; Organized ca. 1944 [-]
MoMA Exh. #258b, 5/24-10/22 1944
Section B of Art in Progress: 15th Anniversary Exhibition
Directed by Elizabeth Mock (See also, II.1.42.5, II.1.86.2)

2 additional boxes of related exhibition materials exist:
Box 51 12x5x3" contains notes on objects in the exhibition on 5x3" index cards, arranged alphabetically by manufacturer, designer or distributor

Box 52, 8x6x4.5" contains fabric samples

No itinerary available
Tour unconfirmed

II.1.50.7 Designed for Children

[D, PR, PP]; 1946-48 [9]
MoMA Exh. #320, 6/11-10/6 1946
Prepared by Victor D'Amico
See also, I.4.2.12, for additional promotional material

II.1.50.8 Designing a Stage Setting

(S28); [T, in photographic panels + model]; 1941-44 [9]: album
Young People's Rotating Exhibition

II.1.50.9.1 De Stijl

[P+S, A+D, PP]; 1952-53 [1] [2 folders]
MoMA Exh. #527, 12/16 1952-2/15 1953
Circulated in the U.S. by the Dutch Government
Exhibition incl. paintings, sculpture, models and photographic panels of buildings, furniture, interiors and typography by Piet Mondrian, Theo van Doesburg, Georges Vantongerloo, J.J.P. Oud, Gerrit Rietveld, Cornelis van Esteren

II.1.50.9.2 De Stijl
II.1.50.10 Development of Abstract Art

[P]; ca. 1953 [-]
Folder incl. clippings only
Tour unconfirmed

II.1.50.11 Development in Children's Art

[P]; 1945-48 [27]
MoMA Exh. #281, 3/14-5/13 1945
Assembled from children's art produced in classes sponsored by the Educational Program
See also, II.1.45.6, II.1.115.7 and II.1.115.8 for related exhibitions

II.1.50.12 Diogenes with a Camera II

[PP]; 1953 [1]
MoMA Exh. #525, 11/25 1952-3/8 1953
One of five exhibitions in a series, organized by Edward Steichen. Shown Detroit Institute of Arts, 11/1-11/30 1953

II.1.50.13 Documents of America: The Rural Scene

[PP]; 1939-40 [12]: album
Farm Security Administration photographs by Walker Evans, Ben Shahn, Arthur Rothstein, Russell Lee, Dorothea Lange, Theodor Jung

II.1.50.14 Drawings and Prints from the Permanent Collection

[DR, PR]; 1936-37 [6]; [NF]

II.1.50.15 Drawings by Matisse, Seurat, Renoir and van Gogh

[CR]; 1941-48 [43]: album
Exhibition revised 1945-46
Separate exhibition of reproductions (no. 25) circ. 1941-44 (8 venues) album
C/E catalogs indicate organization by the Educational Program

II.1.51.1 Design for Use

[D]; Organized ca. 1944 [-]
index card file of objects exhibited
Ancillary material to Design for Use
See II.1.50.6

II.1.52.1 Design for Use

[D]; Organized ca. 1944 [-]
Fabric samples
Ancillary material to Design for Use
See II.1.50.6

II.1.53.1 Early Modern Architecture

[A, in photographs + models]
1933-36 [6]: album
MoMA Exh. #23, Early Modern Architecture: Chicago 1870-1910, 1/18-2/23 1933

II.1.53.2.1 Early Works by Modern Masters

[P]; 1953-56 [19] [3 folders]

II.1.53.2.2 Early Works by Modern Masters
II.1.53.2.3 Early Works by Modern Masters
II.1.53.3.1 The Eight

[P]; 1943-44 [7]: album [2 folders]
Exhibition assembled and circulated in cooperation with the Brooklyn Museum, where it was initially shown, 11/24 1943-1/16 1944
Organized by John I.H. Baur, Curator of Paintings, Brooklyn Museum

II.1.53.4 Eight Paintings for Children

(A7). [CR]; 1943-46 [30]: album
Educational Project
Venues incl. 1 booking not on the itinerary: the Brearley School, New York, 2.11-2.25 1947

II.1.53.5 Eight Sculptors and Their Drawings

[S+DR]
1943 [4]: album

II.1.53.6 Eighteen Artists from Nine States

[P]; 1942-43 [7]: album
35 works selected from the larger exhibition Americans 1942
See II.1.35.4

II.1.54.1 Elements of Design

[D, in photographic panels + CR]
Organized ca. 1945 [-]
MoMA Exh. #299, 10/24-11/18 1945
Planned and designed by Robert J. Wolff in collaboration with EC, Victor D'Amico and Alice Otis. One of a series of exhibitions produced in multiple copies for purchase; see note, II.1.49.1

Australian tour, 1945:
Folder incl. 1 TLS Wolff-EC (1945)
installation photographs
Two sets of 24 20x25" panels from the exhibition exist

See Bundle #125
See also, Series I.20 Sales and Rentals of Copies of Exhibitions Abroad for related material

II.1.54.2.1 The Embellished Surface: Exploration with the Medium

[P]; 1953-55 [8] [2 folders]
Folder 2.1 incl. 1 ALS Herbert Ferber-Waldo Rasmussen (6/1955)

II.1.54.2.2 The Embellished Surface: Exploration with the Medium

Folder 2.2 incl. 1 ALS Theodore J. Roszak-JS (7/1953), 1 ALS Boris Margo-JS (7/1953)

II.1.55.1 Emotional Design in Modern Painting

[CR]; 1940-46 [43]: album
Prepared in collaboration with the Phillips Memorial Art Gallery, Washington, D.C
C/E catalogs suggest exhibition organized for circulation to secondary schools as part of the Educational Program

II.1.55.2 English Color Lithographs

[PR]; 1941-42 [8]: album
Young People's Rotating Exhibition
Exhibition title changed to English Color Lithographs for Schools (S52) as indicated in 1942-43 C/E catalog

II.1.55.3 James Ensor: Prints

[PR]; 1951-53 [5]
Title on itinerary given as "James Ensor: Prints and Drawings"
Title elsewhere as above

II.1.55.4 Etchings by Matisse

[PR]; 1955-57 [13]
MoMA Exh. #578, 5/4-5/31 1955
Itinerary states that exhibition was "shown as part of a larger print show," Prints from Europe and Japan

II.1.55.5.1 Europe - The New Generation: French, Italian and British Painters

[P]; 1952-54 [15] [3 folders]

II.1.55.5.2 Europe - The New Generation: French, Italian and British Painters
II.1.55.5.3 Europe - The New Generation: French, Italian and British Painters
II.1.55.6 European and American Paintings

[P]; 1942-44 [17]: album

II.1.56.1 European Artists in the United States

[P]; 1945-46 [7]: album
Exhibition directed by JJS
Folder incl. 3 ALS Fernand Léger-EC/AHB (1945-46)
1 ALS Yves Tanguy-EC (1945)

II.1.56.2 European Commercial Printing of Today

[D]; 1935-36 [8]: album
MoMA Exh. #40, 5/22-6/1 1935

II.1.56.3 The Evolution of the Skyscraper

[A, in photographs]
1939-44 [17]: album
Circulated in Great Britain under OWI auspices, 1946
16mm film of the same title was also available for rental
C/E catalogs indicate an Educational Project

II.1.56.4 The Exact Instant: Events and Faces in 100 Years of News Photography

[PP]; 1949-51 [11]: album
MoMA Exh. #399, 2/8-5/1 1949

II.1.56.5 Experimental Printmaking in Europe

[PR]; ca. 1947-48 [1]
Selected by Stanley William Hayter. No itinerary available
Corresp. indicates only 1 showing, the California Palace of the Legion of Honor, San Francisco

II.1.56.6 Exposition of Contemporary North American Painting

[P]; 1941 [10]
Exhibition organized by the Brooklyn Museum, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Museum of Modern Art, Whitney Museum of American Art, and American Museum of Natural History in cooperation with the CIAA

Circulated by The Museum of Modern Art. The paintings were divided into three sections that circulated simultaneously throughout Latin America

Prior to shipment, it was shown at the Metropolitan under the title, Contemporary Painting in the United States, 4/19-4/27 1941

Folder incl. 1 report only
See also, Early Museum History: Administrative Records, Latin-American Program Series

II.1.56.7 Expressionism in Prints

[PR]; 1946-48 [11]: album
Exhibition reduced in size when offered for circulation in 1947/48

II.1.56.8 Fabrics: Good Design 1952

[D]; 1952-55 [17]
Selected from MoMA Exh. #520, Good Design, 9/23-11/30 1952
See also, II.1.62.5
Edgar Kaufmann, Jr., responsible for exhibition

II.1.56.9 The Face of America

[P]; 1940-43 [26]: album

Works drawn from the Museum Collection and the WPA Federal Art Project
One of four circulating exhibitions installed at the Museum under the collective title Four American Travelling Exhibitions (MoMA Exh. #99, 4/3-4/28 1940)

Installed by DCM

In addition to The Face of America, the exhibitions incl. Mystery and Sentiment, II.1.84.7, Prints by Jennie C. Lewis, II.1.95.9, and 35 Under 35, II.1.109.6

See also, MoMA press release #40402-22

Exhibition reduced in 1942 to 20 paintings so that it could be accommodated by schools and small galleries

II.1.56.10 Faces and Figures

[P+S]; 1945-47 [15]: album
Exhibition incl. works by European modernists as well as the young American artist Emma Lu Davis
Folder incl. 1 ALS Alexander Calder-JS (1945)

II.1.56.11 Faces and Places in Brazil: Photographs by Genevieve Naylor

[PP]; 1943-44 [7]: album
MoMA Exh. #215, 1/27-2/28 1943

II.1.56.12 The Faces of Korea

[PP]; 1951 [5]
Based on MoMA Exh. #470, Korea: The Impact of War in Photographs, 2/13-4/22 1951
Photographs of wartime Korea, curated by Edward Steichen
25 photographers
DCE version originally proposed under the title Korea: The Impact of War

II.1.56.13 Familiar Places

(A15). [CR]; 1943-45 [16]: album
Educational Project

II.1.57.1.1 The Family of Man, I, II

[PP; 2 copies]
1955-58 [33] [3 folders]
75 photographic panels excerpted from MoMA Exh. #569, 1/24-5/8 1955

Organized by Edward Steichen as part of the Museum's 25th Anniversary Program (See also, II.1.69.1 for related material)

U.S. tour 1955-56; see also, SP-ICE-10-55

503 photographic panels, 50 text panels

Commissioned by the USIA for circulation in Europe

Four copies:
I, 1955-62 [18]
II, 1955-63 [27]
III, 1957-65 [24]
IV, 1957-62 [12]

Copy III presented to the Government of Luxembourg, 1965, at Steichen's request; remaining copies dispersed
See also, SP-ICE-18-57 (revised)

U.S. tour, 1957-58
Acquired by USIA at conclusion of national tour for circ. abroad [3 venues], dispersed, 1958
See also, SP-ICE-24-59

Refurbishment of Copy I for presentation at American National Exhibition in Moscow, Jan. 24-May 8, 1959
See also, ICE-F-14-53

II.1.57.1.2 The Family of Man, I, II
II.1.57.1.3 The Family of Man, I, II
II.1.58.1 The Family of Man, I, II

See II.1.57.1

II.1.58.2 The Family of Man, I, II

See II.1.57.1

II.1.58.3 The Family of Man, I, II

See II.1.57.1

II.1.58.4 The Family of Man, I, II

See II.1.57.1

II.1.58.5 The Family of Man, I, II

See II.1.57.1

II.1.58.6 The Family of Man, I, II

See II.1.57.1

II.1.58.7 The Family of Man, I, II

See II.1.57.1

II.1.58.8 The Family of Man, I, II

See II.1.57.1

II.1.59.1 Fantastic Art, Dada and Surrealism

[P]; 1938 [6]: album
MoMA Exh. #55, 12/7 1936-1/17 1937
Organized by AHB

II.1.59.2 Fantastic Art, Past and Present

[P]; 1938 [10]: album
Selected from the larger exhibition Fantastic Art, Dada and Surrealism

II.1.59.3.1 Fantastic Landscapes

[P]; 1954-56 [13] [2 folders]
Assembled by Jermayne McAgy (California Palace of the Legion of Honor, San Francisco) for the DCE

II.1.59.3.2 Fantastic Landscapes

Folder 3.2 incl. 1 TLS JTS-PAM (9/21/54)

II.1.59.4.1 Lyonel Feininger

[P]; 1944-46 [9]: album [2 folders]
MoMA Exh. #264, 10/24 1944-1/14 1945
Directed by DCM
Folder incl. 1 TLS Lyonel Feininger-John Gordon (1945) regarding Rail Viaduct
1 ALS Feininger-Margaret Jarden (10/26/45)
1 TLS Julia and L. Feininger-EC (12/26/44)
2 TLS Eric Mendelsohn-EC

II.1.59.4.2 Lyonel Feininger
II.1.59.5 Fifteen American Sculptors

[S]; 1941-43 [12]: album
[folder incl. 2 TLS Louis Slobodkin-DCM (1941)
1 ALS Nat Werner-DCM (1941)

II.1.59.6 Fifteen Latin American Painters

Revised). [P]; 1944-46 [19]: album
Designed for colleges and schools unable to accommodate the larger exhibition Paintings from Latin America in The Museum of Modern Art Collection
See II.1.90.8

II.1.59.7 Fifteen Modern Watercolors

[CR]; 1945-53 [59]

II.1.60.1.1 Fifty Great Photographs

[PP]; 1948-58 [53] [2 folders]
MoMA Exh. #382, 50 Photographs by 50 Photographers, 7/27-9/26 1948
Organized by Edward Steichen. Revised 1956

II.1.60.1.2 Fifty Great Photographs
II.1.60.2 Fifty-three Prints

[PR] 1949 [1]; [NF]
Special exhibition prepared for the California Palace of the Legion of Honor, San Francisco, 3/1-4/1 1949

II.1.60.3 Figures and Faces

[DR]; 1954-57 [15]

II.1.60.4 Figures in Bronze

[S]; 1939-41 [13]: album
[folder incl. 2 TLS Alexander Archipenko-EC (1940, 1941)

II.1.60.5 Fine Prints in Color

[PR]; 1944-46 [22]: album
Organized as part of the Educational Program

II.1.60.6 Five French Photographers

[PP]; 1952-56 [21]
MoMA Exh. #497, 12/18 1951-2/24 1952
Exhibition incl. photographs by Brassa, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Robert Doisneau, Willy Ronis and Izis Bidermanas, selected by Edward Steichen

II.1.60.7 John B. Flannagan: A Retrospective Exhibition

[S]; 1942-43 [4]: album
MoMA Exh. #204, The Sculpture of John B. Flannagan, 10/28-11/29 1942
Selected by DCM

II.1.60.8 Forty Drawings from the Collection of The Museum of Modern Art

[DR]
1947-49 [11]: album
Excerpted from MoMA Exh. #347, Drawings in the Collection of The Museum of Modern Art, 4/15-6/1 1947
DCM involved with selection
Folder incl. lists for Hundred Drawings from the Collection of The Museum of Modern Art, from which the smaller exhibition was drawn
See II.1.65.2

II.1.60.9 Forty Large Prints by Modern Artists

[PR] 1939-41 1[12]: album
Part of Art in Our Time: 10th Anniversary Exhibition

See also, II.1.74.3, Georges Méliès: Magician and Film Pioneer and II.1.100.6, Seven American Photographers

II.1.60.10 Forty-five Drawings from the Collection of The Museum of Modern Art

[DR]
1951-55 [30]
DCM involved with selection

II.1.61.1 Four American Graphic Designers

[D]; 1954-56 [18]
MoMA Exh. #551, 2/9-4/4 1954
Artists incl. Leo Lionni, Noel Martin, Herbert Matter and Ben Shahn
Folder incl. 1 ALS, 1 TLS Shahn-PAM (1956)

II.1.61.2 Four American Watercolorists: Sargent, Homer, Burchfield, Dehn

[P]; 1943-44 [7]: album
Assembled in collaboration with the Brooklyn Museum

II.1.61.3 Four Modern Painters

Teaching Portfolio). [CR]; 1943-45 [13]: album
See note, II.1.107.2, Teaching Portfolios.

II.1.61.4.1 Fourteen Americans

[P]; 1946-47 [5]: album [4 folders]
MoMA Exh. #329, 9/10-12/8 1946
Directed by DCM.

II.1.61.4.2 Fourteen Americans
II.1.61.4.3 Fourteen Americans

Folder 4.3 incl. 1 TLS Peggy Guggenheim-DCM (1946)
1 ALS Theodore J. Roszak-Virginia Pearson (1946)

II.1.61.4.4 Fourteen Americans
II.1.61.5.1 From Sketch to Sculpture

[DR+S]; 1952-54 [11] [2 folders]
Assembled by JS

II.1.61.5.1 From Sketch to Sculpture
II.1.62.1 From Sketch to Stage

[T, in photographs + drawings]; 1945-48 [22]

II.1.62.2 Functions of the Camera

(S50); [PP]; 1939-44 [27]: album
Young People's Rotating Exhibition
Organized for circulation by Beaumont Newhall

II.1.62.3 Furniture Design Today

[D, + photo/text panels]
1941-45 [25, incl. Canadian tour]: album

Based on MoMA Exh. #148, Organic Design in Home Furnishings (Inter-American Competition), 9/24-11/9 1941

Competition was held at the Museum, 9/30 1940-1/11 1941
Overseen by Eliot Noyes, it was the first major activity of the Museum's new Department of Industrial Design
See also, II.1.73.5 and II.1.88.2 for related exhibitions

Prepared as an independent exhibition by the DCE for circulation to secondary schools
Purchased by exhibitor, 1947
See also, Series I.20 Sales and Rentals of Copies of Exhibitions Abroad for related material

II.1.62.4 Julio Gonzalez

[P+S, DR]; 1956 [2]
MoMA Exh. #597, Julio Gonzalez Retrospective, 2/8-4/18 1956

II.1.62.5 Good Design

[A+D]; 1950, 1951 [2]

First (1950) and second (1951) exhibitions in a series of annuals cosponsored by The Merchandise Mart, Chicago

1950 exhibition opened in Chicago before traveling to New York (MoMA Exh. #463, 11/22 1950-1/28 1951)
Directed by Edgar Kaufmann, Jr., installed at the Museum by Charles and Ray Eames

1951 exhibition also opened in Chicago before traveling to New York (MoMA Exh. #494, 11.27 1951-1.27 1952)
Installed in Chicago by Finn Juhl

Other exhibitions in the series were MoMA Exh. #520, 9/23-11/30 1952
Exh. #542, 9/22-11/29 1953
Exh. #570, 2/8-3/20 1955 (5th anniversary exhibition)

See also, II.1.56.8

II.1.62.6 Government Posters

[D]; 1938-39 [3]: album
MoMA Exh. #65, Spanish and U.S. Government Posters, 11/15-11/26 1937

II.1.62.7 Graphic Arts

(S29); [PR]; 1941-43 [7]: album
Young People's Rotating Exhibition

II.1.62.8 The Graphic Arts

(A3); [PR]; 1943-47 [3]: album
Educational Project

II.1.62.9 Graphic Arts and Their Processes

[PR]; ca. 1943-44 [-]
Young People's Rotating Exhibition (no. 8). No itinerary available
Papers suggest this exhibition may have been a later version of Graphic Arts (S29), or perhaps a continuation of that exhibition's tour
See II.1.62.7

II.1.62.10 Graphic Arts of Mexico and Argentina

[PR]; 1943-46 [21]: album

II.1.62.11.1 The Graphic Work of Edvard Munch

[PR]; 1957-58 [8] [3 folders]
ICE-D-11-56
Organized in collaboration with the Norwegian Government and brought to the United States under the auspices of the International Program
See also, MoMA Exh. #614, 2/6-3/3 1957
DCE version reduced in 1958

II.1.62.11.2 The Graphic Work of Edvard Munch
II.1.62.11.3 The Graphic Work of Edvard Munch
II.1.62.12 D. W. Griffith: American Film Master

[F, in photographs + documents]
1941-42 [2]: album
MoMA Exh. #115, 11/13 1940-1/5 1941
Exhibition sold to exhibitor, 1947

II.1.63.1 George Grosz

[P]; 1940-42 [11]: album
MoMA Exh. #150, 10/8-11/2 1941
Organized by Lenore Browning and EC

II.1.63.2.1 A Half Century of Picasso

[PR]; 1952-57 [30] [2 folders]
Excerpted from from MoMA Exh. #501, Picasso: His Graphic Art, 2/13-4/20 1952
Selected by WSL

II.1.63.2.2 A Half Century of Picasso
II.1.64.1 Marsden Hartley

[P]; 1945-46 [8]: album
Excerpted from MoMA Exh. #263, 10/24 1944-1/14 1945

II.1.64.2 A History of American Movies

[F, in photo/text panels + stills]
1940-43 [12]: album
MoMA Exh. #133, 6/5-10/3 1941
Exhibition purchased by the OWI for circulation in Great Britain, Spring 1944
See also, Series I.20 Sales and Rentals of Copies of Exhibitions Abroad for related material

II.1.64.3 A History of the Modern Poster

[D]; 1940-45 [30]: album
MoMA Exh. #134, 6/11-6/26 1941
Folder incl. draft mss. annotated by AHB

II.1.64.4 Houses and Architecture

[Slide Talk]; ca. 1946 [-] [proposed]

II.1.64.5 Houses and Housing

[A, in photographs, plans + diagrams]
1939-40 [7]: album
Adapted from MoMA Exh. #87-88, Houses and Housing: Industrial Arts, 5/10-9/30 1939
Part of Art in Our Time: 10th Anniversary Exhibition
See note, II.1.60.9
Folder incl. 1 TLS Oscar Stonorov-Elizabeth (Betty) Mock (1939) re: installation of exhibition in Philadelphia

II.1.64.6 Houses by Frank Lloyd Wright

[A, in photographs + plans]
1946-49 [20]: album

II.1.64.7 Housing: Recent Developments in Europe and America

(S40); [A, in photographs]
1940-44 [21]: album
Young People's Rotating Exhibition
Assembled by Elizabeth Mock

An adaptation of this exhibition, Survey of Housing, circulated nationally 1943-45
See also, Series I.20 Sales and Rentals of Copies of Exhibitions Abroad for related material

A second version (20 panels, 20 enlarged photographs) circulated to Sydney, Australia, 1945, under the title A Survey of Housing in Europe and America

II.1.64.8 How Children Paint

[P+PP]
1945-48 [29]
Works drawn from the Children's Holiday Circus of Modern Art
Educational Project
Purchased by exhibitor, 1948

II.1.64.9 How Modern Artists Paint People, I, II

A14). [CR]; 2 copies]
1943-45 [15]. How Modern Artists Paint People, I, II (rev.). [CR]; 1945-48, I [30]. II [23]: album
MoMA Exh. #196, 9/22-10/13 1942
Educational Projects
Copies I and II were sold to exhibitors, 1948.49
See also, Series I.20 Sales and Rentals of Copies of Exhibitions Abroad for material related to Copy II

II.1.64.10 How the Modern Artist Works

[P]; 1947-49 [14]: album
Original paintings, preliminary sketches and statements by Mervin Jules, Loren MacIver, I. Rice Pereira, Kurt Seligmann

II.1.65.1 How to Make a Photogram

[PP]; 1941-47 [12]: album
MoMA Exh. #195, 9/16-11/2 1942
Prepared by László Moholy-Nagy. Venues incl. 1 booking not on itinerary: New Trier High School, Winnetka, IL, 12.1-12.15 1943
Folder incl. 1 TLS Moholy-Nagy-EC (1941)
Original sketches for exhibition panels

II.1.65.2 Hundred Drawings from the Collection of The Museum of Modern Art

[DR]
1947-48 [5]: album
Comprehensive survey exhibition of twentieth-century drawings
Over forty artists represented
See also, II.1.60.8, Forty Drawings from the Collection of The Museum of Modern Art

II.1.65.3.1 If You Want to Build a House, I, II, III

[A, in photographs + drawings]
I, 1946-47 [11]
II, 1946-48 [17]
III, 1946-49 [23]: album [2 folders]
MoMA Exh. #304, 1/8-1/30 1946
Based on the book of the same title by Elizabeth Mock (New York: The Museum of Modern Art, 1946)
See also, II.1.74.10

II.1.65.3.2 If You Want to Build a House, I, II, III
II.1.65.4.1 Illustrations for Children's Books, I, II

[PR]; 1946-49 [26] [2 folders]
MoMA Exh. #317, Original Illustrations for Children's Books, 4/16-6/2 1946
Organized as part of the Educational Program

II.1.65.4.2 Illustrations for Children's Books, I, II
II.1.65.5 Images of Freedom

[PP]; 1942-45 [14]: album
MoMA Exh. #155, 10/29 1941-2/1 1942
Photography competition.

II.1.66.1.1 In and Out of Focus

[PP]; 1949-50 [9]: album [3 folders]
MoMA Exh. #373, In and Out of Focus: A Survey of Today's Photography, 4/6-7/11 1948
Organized by Edward Steichen

Smaller version of exhibition selected by the DCE circulated to Germany

II.1.66.1.2 In and Out of Focus

Folder 1.2 incl. TLS, ALS from Ansel Adams, Alfred Eisenstadt, Lotte Jacobi

See also, Series I.20 Sales and Rentals of Copies of Exhibitions Abroad, for related material

II.1.66.1.3 In and Out of Focus
II.1.66.2 Index of Modern Design

[D]; ca. 1946 [-] [proposed]; [NF]

Proposed exhibition, to include mass-proposed objects selected for their excellence of design, "as demonstrated by fitness for intended use, intelligent use of materials, reasonable adaptation to the manufacturing process, and a contemporary esthetic solution"

All designs to appear in the annual publication The Index of Modern Design

Exhibition to be held at the Museum before beginning national tour. Intended to expand the basic idea of the annual Useful Objects exhibition

See II.1.116.6

Possibly MoMA Exh. #336, Useful Objects, 11/26 1946-1/26 1947
See II.1.116.4

II.1.66.3 Indian Art of the United States

[S,D,CR]
1941-42 [7]: album
Adapted from MoMA Exh. #123, 1/22-4/27 1941
Circulated to Germany and Austria under the auspices of the U.S. War Department (n.d.)
Works dated from the prehistoric to the modern era
Folder incl. 1 TLS RDH (U.S. Department of the Interior)-EC (1942)
No itinerary available

II.1.66.4 Influential Teachers in the U.S.A

[P]; ca. 1953 [1]
Folder incl. 1 TL indicating 1 venue

II.1.66.5 Integrated Building: Planning Kitchen, Bathroom and Storage Space

[A, in photographs + drawings]
1945-48 [19]: album
MoMA Exh. #278, 2/21-5/13 1945
Assembled by Susanne Wasson-Tucker. Purchased by the University of Manitoba, 1948
See also, Series I.20 Sales and Rentals of Copies of Exhibitions Abroad for related material

II.1.66.6 International Competition for Low-Cost Furniture Design

[D, in drawings, models + photographs]
1950-52 [9]
MoMA Exh. #446, Prize Designs for Modern Furniture from the International Competition for Low-Cost Furniture Design, 5/16-7/16 1950

II.1.66.7.1 International Exhibition of Modern Architecture

[A, in models, plans + photographs]
1932-33 [14]: album [3 folders]
MoMA Exh. #15, Modern Architecture: International Exhibition, 2/15-3/23 1932
See also, II.1.91.3
Folder 7.1 incl. 3 TLS Paul J. Sachs-AHB (1931)

II.1.66.7.2 International Exhibition of Modern Architecture
II.1.66.7.3 International Exhibition of Modern Architecture
II.1.66.8 International Exhibition of Theatre Art

[T]; 1934-35 [10]: album
MoMA Exh. #33, 1/15-2/25 1934
Material collected by Lee Simonson of the New York Theatre Guild
See also, II.1.91.4
Folder incl. corresp. (1933-35) for lenders and requests for information only

II.1.67.1 International Travel Posters

[D]; ca. 1957 [-] [cancelled]
MoMA Exh. #616, Travel Posters, 3/6-4/7 1957

II.1.67.2.1 The Intimate View

[CR]; 1951-57 [32] [2 folders]

II.1.67.2.1 The Intimate View
II.1.67.3 An Introduction to Modern Painting

(S42); [CR]; 1940-45 [34]: album

An Introduction to Modern Painting, I, II, III (A12, rev.); [CR]:
I, 1943-46 [30]
II, 1943-45 [17]
III, 1943-44 [6], album

Young People's Rotating Exhibition

II.1.67.4 Introduction to Modern Sculpture

(S54); [S, in photographs]; 1942-47 [35]: album
Young People's Rotating Exhibition
Purchased by exhibitor, 1947
A second version of the exhibition circulated 1943-47 under the title An Introduction to Modern Sculpture (A16)
See album 9.1
Folder incl. 1 TLS Ansel Adams-Alice Otis (1942)

II.1.67.5 Robert Edmond Jones

[T, in photographs, set designs + film-sequence sketches]
1948-50 [12]
MoMA Exh. #285, Stage Design by Robert Edmond Jones, 4/11-6/24 1945
See also, Series I.20 Sales and Rentals of Copies of Exhibitions Abroad, for related material

II.1.68.1 Josephine Joy: Romantic Painter

[P]; ca. 1942-43 [-]
MoMA Exh. #185, 6/12-10/7 1942
No indication in papers that exhibition circulated

II.1.68.2 Joan Junyer

[T]; ca. 1945 [-] [cancelled]
MoMA Exh. #292, Stage Designs by Joan Junyer, 7/10-9/17 1945

II.1.68.3 Paul Klee

[P]; 1941 [7]: album
MoMA Exh. #135, 6/30-7/27 1941
Memorial exhibition

II.1.68.4 Paul Klee: Drawings, 1908-1940

[DR]; 1952-53 [8]
45 previously unexhibited drawings from the collection of Curt Valentin. Dispersed 1953
See II.1.68.7

II.1.68.5.1 Paul Klee Foundation

[P]; 1949-50 [6]: album [4 folders]
MoMA Exh. #433, 12/20 1949-2/19 1950

II.1.68.5.2 Paul Klee Foundation
II.1.68.5.3 Paul Klee Foundation
II.1.68.5.4 Paul Klee Foundation
II.1.68.6 Paul Klee: Paintings and Prints

[P, PR]; 1949-51 [8]: album
Exhibition of works from the Paul Klee Foundation, Berne

II.1.68.7 Paul Klee: Prints and Drawings

[DR, PR]; 1953-54 [9]
Works drawn from the Museum Collection
Tour immediately subsequent to that of Paul Klee: Drawings, 1908-1940, which was dispersed
See II.1.68.4

II.1.68.8 Lamp Design Competition

[D]; ca. 1951 [-]
MoMA Exh. #473, New Lamps, 3/27-6/3 1951
Prepared by the DCE for The Heifetz Company. No itinerary available

II.1.68.9.1 Landscapes: Real and Imaginary

[P]; 1946-47 [8]: album [2 folders]

II.1.68.9.2 Landscapes: Real and Imaginary
II.1.69.1.1 Latin American Architecture Since 1945

[A, in photo/text panels, plans + stereoptic slides]
1956-58 [3] [5 folders]
ICE-D-6-54

A special survey exhibition of Central and Latin American architecture, commissioned by the International Program for the Museum's 25th anniversary and organized by Henry-Russell Hitchcock and Mrs. Rosalie Thorne McKenna. Initially shown at the Museum (MoMA Exh. #590), 11/23 1955-2/19 1956

3 showings in 2 states and Canada arranged by the DCE. For other exhibitions organized as part of the 25th Anniversary Program, See II.1.57.1

See also, ICE-F-33-57 (panel version)
Latin American tour: 1957-59, dispersed 1959 and ICE-D-10-56, II.1.69.2

II.1.69.1.2 Latin American Architecture Since 1945
II.1.69.1.3 Latin American Architecture Since 1945
II.1.69.1.4 Latin American Architecture Since 1945
II.1.69.1.5 Latin American Architecture Since 1945
II.1.69.2 Latin American Architecture Since 1945

Panel version). [A, in photo/text panels]
1956-61 [14]
ICE-D-10-56, smaller, nationally circulated version of II.1.69.1
C/E 56-11 cancelled

II.1.70.1.1 Latin American Art, I, II, III

[P+S, D, DR]; [3 sects.]

I, II, 1941-43 [37] album
III (rev.), 1942-44 [9], album [6 folders]

Exhibition sponsored by the CIAA
Copies I and II were circulated by the Museum, Copy III by the San Francisco Museum of Art

Exhibition was divided into three sections:
A) Pre-Columbian
B) Colonial Art
C) Contemporary Art

Sections A and B organized and installed by the Brooklyn Museum
Section C organized by Grace McCann Morley of the San Francisco Museum

II.1.70.1.2 Latin American Art, I, II, III
II.1.70.1.3 Latin American Art, I, II, III
II.1.70.1.4 Latin American Art, I, II, III
II.1.70.1.5 Latin American Art, I, II, III
II.1.70.1.6 Latin American Art, I, II, III
II.1.70.2 Leaders in Photography: Ansel Adams

[PP]; 1946-58 [39]
Exhibition series title changed in 1947 to "Leading Photographers"
See also, Series I.20 Sales and Rentals of Copies of Exhibitions Abroad for related material

II.1.70.3 Leaders in Photography: Eugène Atget

[PP]; 1946-58 [41]
See note, II.1.70.2

II.1.70.4 Leaders in Photography: Matthew Brady

[PP]; 1946-56 [29]
See note, II.1.70.2

II.1.70.5 Leaders in Photography: Walker Evans

[PP]; 1946-58 [32]
Shown Hamilton, Bermuda, 1948, under the title Leading Photographers: Walker Evans
See note, II.1.70.2

II.1.70.6 Leaders in Photography: Eliot Porter

[PP]; 1946-50 [10]
See note, II.1.70.2

II.1.70.7 Leaders in Photography: Cedric Wright

[PP]; 1946-48 [9]
See note, II.1.70.2

II.1.70.8 Leading Photographers: Berenice Abbott

[PP]; 1950-57 [13]
See note, II.1.70.2

II.1.70.9 Leading Photographers: Bill Brandt

[PP]; 1949-56 [14]
See note, II.1.70.2

II.1.70.10 Leading Photographers: Harry Callahan

[PP]; 1951-58 [20]
See note, II.1.70.2

II.1.70.11 Leading Photographers: Henri Cartier-Bresson

[PP]; 1949-52 [10]
See note, II.1.70.2

II.1.71.1 Leading Photographers: Man Ray

[PP]; 1948-57 [26]
See note, II.1.70.2

II.1.71.2 Leading Photographers: Lisette Model

[PP]; 1949-51 [3]
See note, II.1.70.2

II.1.71.3 Leading Photographers: Irving Penn

[PP]; 1949-54 [14]
See note, II.1.70.2

II.1.71.4 Leading Photographers: Photogravures of Alfred Stieglitz

[PP]; 1952-57 [17]
See note, II.1.70.2

II.1.71.5 Leading Photographers: Edward Weston

[PP]; 1948-58 [47]
See note, II.1.70.2

II.1.71.6 "Le Cirque" - A Book by Fernand Léger

[PR]; 1951-55 [23]
Folder incl. material re: the special exhibitions Léger's "Le Cirque" and Drawings by Hiroshi Nishida, the latter lent by Isamu Noguchi. Records indicate one venue for both exhibitions, 1950-51

II.1.71.7 Le Corbusier

[A, in plans, photographs + model]
1935-38 [14]: album
MoMA Exh. #43, The Recent Work of Le Corbusier, 10/24-10/31 1935
Directed by Henry-Russell Hitchcock
Folder incl. 1935 lecture series schedule
No itinerary available

II.1.71.8.1 The Lesson of War Housing

[A]; 1945-48 [13]: album [4 folders]

MoMA Exh. #274, 1/16-3/4 1945
Organized by Mary Cooke

Duplicate of the internationally circulated exhibition U.S. Housing in War and Peace, which was prepared at the request of the Royal Institute of British Architects and circulated in Great Britain for the OWI

The exhibition was renamed Toward Better Housing, 1947 and sold to the OWI for use in Germany, 1949

Two editions were also prepared for the OWI for exhibition in Australia, South Africa and the USSR

See also, Series I.20 Sales and Rentals of Copies of Exhibitions Abroad for related material

II.1.71.8.2 The Lesson of War Housing
II.1.71.8.3 The Lesson of War Housing
II.1.71.8.4 The Lesson of War Housing
II.1.71.9.1 "Jacques Lipchitz's "Birth of the Muses

[CR]; 1953-57 [8] [2 folders]
Exhibition incl. 3 bronze states, 26 drawings and photographs of plaster version

II.1.71.9.2 "Jacques Lipchitz's "Birth of the Muses
II.1.71.10.1 Lipchitz: Prometheus - The Evolution of a Sculpture

[S]; 1946-48 [11] [2 folders]
Folder 10.1 incl. a statement by the artist and explanatory wall texts written by John Rewald

II.1.71.10.2 Lipchitz: Prometheus - The Evolution of a Sculpture
II.1.72.1.1 C/E 56-3 [2 folders; Lithographs by Toulouse-Lautrec

[PR]; 1956-58 [14]
MoMA Exh. #598, Toulouse-Lautrec, 3/21-5/6 1956
Collection Ludwig Charell

II.1.72.1.2 C/E 56-3 [2 folders; Lithographs by Toulouse-Lautrec
II.1.72.2.1 Look at Your Neighborhood

[CR]; [18 copies]; 1944-50 [249]: album [3 folders]

MoMA Exh. #256, 3/29-6/25 1944, subtitled Principles of Neighborhood Planning
Designed by Rudolf Mock
17 copies circulated + 1 copy prepared for the Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, 10.7-10.28 1946, + 6 unmounted copies

Exhibition prepared in multiple copies for purchase; see note, II.1.49.1

Folders incl. installation and panel photographs; see also, I.4.2.10, I.4.2.12, and Series I.20 Sales and Rentals of Copies of Exhibitions Abroad for related materials

C/E catalogs suggest exhibition was circulated to secondary schools as part of the Educational Program

II.1.72.2.2 Look at Your Neighborhood
II.1.72.2.3 Look at Your Neighborhood
II.1.72.3.1 Machine Art

[D]; 1934-38 [19]
Version 2 (S24), 1941-44 [6]: album [5 folders]
MoMA Exh. #34, 3/5-4/29 1934
Organized by Philip Johnson. Exhibition judged by Amelia Earhart, John Dewey and Charles R. Richards
Public invited to vote for most beautiful object. Version 2 circulated as a Young People's Rotating Exhibition
See also, I.24.20.8 for additional corresp

II.1.72.3.2 Machine Art
II.1.72.3.3 Machine Art
II.1.72.3.4 Machine Art
II.1.72.3.5 Machine Art
II.1.73.1 Loren MacIver

[P]; 1941 [3]: album
Exhibition shown at Pierre Matisse Gallery, New York, 11-12.1940

II.1.73.2 Robert Maillart: Engineer

[A, in photo/text panels + technical drawings]
1946-52 [28]: album
MoMA Exh. #353, 6/24-10/13 1947. C/E version sold to exhibitor, ca. 1952

II.1.73.3 Maillol, Lachaise, and Laurens

[S+PP]; ca. 1954 [-] [cancelled]
Sudden death of Laurens made it difficult to secure loans, leading to cancellation of exhibition

II.1.73.4 The Making of a Contemporary Film: "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer"

[F, in drawings, costumes + set models]
1938-47 [21]: album
MoMA Exh. #67, 12/21 1937-3/1 1938
Venues incl. 1 booking not on itinerary: State Teachers College, Oswego, NY, 10/15-10/29 1947

II.1.73.5 Manufacturing Modern Furniture

[D]; 1942-44 [7]: album
Section C of MoMA Exh. #148, Organic Design in Home Furnishings (Inter-American Competition), 9/24-11/9 1941

See also, II.1.62.3 and II.1.88.2 for related exhibitions and further information on the Inter-American Competition

Prepared as an independent exhibition by the DCE
Also shown Sidney, Australia, 1945

II.1.73.6 Manzaanar: Photographs by Ansel Adams of Loyal Japanese-Americans at War Relocation Center, Inyo County, California

[PP]; ca. 1944-45 [-] [cancelled]
MoMA Exh. #265, 11/10-12/24 1944
Plans to circulate the exhibition were cancelled
Folder incl. 2 TLS Ansel Adams-EC (1945)

II.1.73.7 Marines Under Fire

[PP]; 1944 [7]: album
MoMA Exh. #245, 11/10 1943-1/9 1944

II.1.73.8 Masterpieces of Louis Sullivan

[A, in photo/text panels]
1948-57 [33]
MoMA Exh. #378, Louis Sullivan: 1856-1924, 5/25-7/25 1948
Prepared in consultation with Henry-Russell Hitchcock and circulated abroad, 1950
See also, Series I.20 Sales and Rentals of Copies of Exhibitions Abroad for related material

II.1.73.9 Masters of Photography

[PP]; 1943-46 [30]: album

II.1.73.10 Masters of Popular Painting: Modern Primitives of Europe and America

[P]; 1938-39 [7]: album
MoMA Exh. #76, 4/27-7/24 1938. European section organized by M. Andry-Farcy, Director, Museum of Grenoble
American section assembled by DCM with AHB and Holger Cahill as advisors

II.1.73.11 Masters of the School of Paris

[PR]; 1940-41 [10]: album

II.1.74.1 Henri Matisse

[P]; 1951-52 [4]
MoMA Exh. #492, 11/13 1951-1/13 1952. No itinerary or checklist available
C/E catalogs suggest travel to Chicago, Cleveland, Los Angeles, Portland (OR) and San Francisco

II.1.74.2 Matisse's "Jazz"

[DR]
1949-51 [10]: album

II.1.74.3 Georges Méliès: Magician and Film Pioneer

[F, in stills, drawings + historical documents]
1941 [1]: album
MoMA Exh. #89, Georges Méliès: A Film Pioneer, 5/10-9/30 1939, part of Art in Our Time: 10th Anniversary Exhibition
See note, II.1.60.9

II.1.74.4 Mies van der Rohe

[A, in photographs + model]
1948-51 [13]: album
30 enlarged photographs selected from MoMA Exh. #356, 9/16 1947-1/25 1948
Organized by Philip Johnson
See also, Series I.20 Sales and Rentals of Copies of Exhibitions Abroad for related material

II.1.74.5 The Migration of the Negro: Paintings by Jacob Lawrence

[P]; 1942-44 [14]: album
MoMA Exh. #262, Paintings by Jacob Lawrence, 10/10-11/5 1944
Cycle of 60 paintings, 30 lent by the Phillips Memorial Art Gallery, Washington, D.C., and 30 from the Museum Collection

II.1.74.6 Gjon Mili: Dance in Movement

[PP]; 1942-43 [6]: album
MoMA Exh. #167, Dancers in Movement: Photographs by Gjon Mili, 1/13-4/9 1942

II.1.74.7 Joan Miró

[P]; 1942 [4]: album
MoMA Exh. #157, 11/19 1941-1/11 1942
Assembled by JJS
Folder incl. 1 ALS Saidie May-EC (1941) regarding loan refusal
See also, I.24.30.13 for additional exhibition corresp.

II.1.74.8 Mobile Design

[Slide Talk]; 1948-51 [5]
Prepared by Sue Fuller, instructor of the mobile design class sponsored by the Educational Program

II.1.74.9 Modern American Architecture

[A, in photo/text panels]; ca. 1944 [1]
Prepared for the OWI for travel to Cairo, Egypt
No indication of subsequent tour

II.1.74.10.1 Modern American Houses, I, II

[A, in photo/text panels + cartoons]
1946-49 [I, 27; II, 23] [2 folders]
Condensed version of If You Want to Build a House
See II.1.65.3

II.1.74.10.2 Modern American Houses, I, II
II.1.74.11.1 Modern American Painting: Movements and Countermovements

[P]; 1949-52 [19]: album [2 folders]
MoMA Exh. #396, American Painting from the Museum Collection, 12/21 1948-3/13 1949
Directed by DCM

Exhibition organized in 3 sections:
The Early Modern Movement
Countermovements 1920-1940
The Younger Painters of the 1940s

II.1.74.11.2 Modern American Painting: Movements and Countermovements

Folder 11.2 incl. TLS Willem de Kooning-Virginia Pearson (1953)

II.1.75.1.1 Modern Architecture for the Modern School

[A, in photographs + plans]; 1942-46 [28]: album [4 folders]
MoMA Exh. #194, 9/16-9/30 1942
Designed by Elizabeth Mock and shown in conjunction with the film cycle Design for Learning
See II.1.50.5
Folder 1.3 incl. TLS Walter Gropius-Mock (1942)

See also, Series I.20 Sales and Rentals of Copies of Exhibitions Abroad for related material

II.1.75.1.2 Modern Architecture for the Modern School
II.1.75.1.3 Modern Architecture for the Modern School

Folder 1.3 incl. TLS Walter Gropius-Mock (1942)

II.1.75.1.4 Modern Architecture for the Modern School

Folder 1.4 incl. 1 TLS Eero Saarinen-Mock (1942)
1 TLS Richard Neutra-Mock (1942)

II.1.75.2 Modern Architecture for the Modern School, I, II

[Slide Talk]; I, 1945-52 [34]
II, 1944-52 [41]
See note, II.1.75.1

II.1.75.3 Modern Architecture in California

[A, in photographs + plans]
1935-39 [20]: album
MoMA Exh. #42c, Contemporary Architecture in California, 9/30-10/24 1935
Exhibition incl. designs by Albert Frey and A. Lawrence Kocher, Cedric Gibbons, Richard Neutra, R. M. Schindler, William Wilson Wurster, A. C. Zimmerman

II.1.75.4 Modern Architecture in England

[A, in photographs + plans]
1937-39 [10]: album
MoMA Exh. #58, 2/10-3/7 1937
Organized by Henry-Russell Hitchcock and Catherine Bauer. Incl. designs by Marcel Breuer, Wells Coates, Walter Gropius, Maxwell Fry, William Lescaze, others
Film by László Moholy-Nagy accompanied the exhibition
See also, Series I.20 Sales and Rentals of Copies of Exhibitions Abroad for related material

II.1.75.5 Modern Belgian Painting

[P]; ca. 1950 [-] [proposed
2 items

II.1.75.6 Modern Bible Illustration

[PR]; 1951-55 [26]
MoMA Exh. #484, 7/18-9/19 1951

II.1.76.1.1 Modern Buildings for Schools and Colleges, I, II, III

[A, in photo/text panels + plans]
I, 1947-51 [23]
II, 1947-51 [10]
III, 1952 [3] [4 folders]

II.1.76.1.2 Modern Buildings for Schools and Colleges, I, II, III
II.1.76.1.3 Modern Buildings for Schools and Colleges, I, II, III

Folder 1.3 incl. 3 TLS Walter Gropius-Ruth Bookman (1947)
1 TLS Eric Mendelsohn-Bookman (1947)
1 TLS Albert Frey-Bookman (1947)
1 TLS Frank Lloyd Wright-Philip Johnson (1947)

II.1.76.1.4 Modern Buildings for Schools and Colleges, I, II, III
II.1.76.2.1 The Modern Chair

[D, in photo/text panels]
1950-54 [19] [2 folders]
Assembled by Peter Blake

II.1.76.2.2 The Modern Chair
II.1.76.3 Modern Chair Design

[D, in photo/text panels]
1946-47 [11]
See also, Series I.20 Sales and Rentals of Copies of Exhibitions Abroad for related material

II.1.77.1.1 C/E 56-12: Modern Church Architecture

[A, in photo/text panels]
1957-62 [36]
Directed by William Alex.

II.1.77.1.2 C/E 56-12: Modern Church Architecture
II.1.77.1.3 C/E 56-12: Modern Church Architecture
II.1.77.1.4 C/E 56-12: Modern Church Architecture

Folder 1.4 incl. 1 TLS Aline Saarinen-Alex (1956)

II.1.77.1.5 C/E 56-12: Modern Church Architecture
II.1.77.1.6 C/E 56-12: Modern Church Architecture
II.1.78.1.1 Modern Church Art

[P]; 1948-50 [13]: album [7 folders]

Exhibition focused on St. Matthew's Church, Northampton, England, for which Henry Moore and Graham Sutherland were commissioned to replace works damaged during WWII and Assy Chapel, Assy, France, a newly built church to which Pierre Bonnard, Georges Braque, Fernand Léger, Jacques Lipchitz, Jean Lurat, Georges Rouault, and others contributed paintings, sculpture, mosaics, tapestries and windows

II.1.78.1.2 Modern Church Art
II.1.78.1.3 Modern Church Art
II.1.78.1.4 Modern Church Art
II.1.78.1.5 Modern Church Art

Folder 1.5 incl.:
1 TL (translation) Mary Batsell-John Rewald (?1948)
4 ALS Léger-JS (1948) [3]
1949 [1])
1 ALS Lipchitz-PAM (1950)
1 ALS Lipchitz-JS (1948)
1 ALS, 1 TLS Moore-JS (1948)
1 ALS Lurat-JS (1948)
1 TLS JTS-JS (1948)
2 ALS Sutherland-JS (1948)

II.1.78.1.6 Modern Church Art
II.1.78.1.7 Modern Church Art
II.1.78.2 Modern Design in Furniture, I [Teaching Portfolio]

1943-46 [25]
II, [CR], 1943-44 [2]: album
See note, II.1.107(2), Teaching Portfolios.

II.1.78.3.1 Modern Drawings

[DR]; 1944-45 [8]: album [3 folders]
Condensed version of MoMA Exh. #252, 2/16-5/10 1944

II.1.78.3.2 Modern Drawings

Folder 3.2 incl.:
1 ALS Marc Chagall-Marjorie Woodruff (ca. 1944)
1 TLS Frank Crowninshield (Condé Nast)-MoMA (1945)
1 TLS Agnes Mongan (Fogg Art Museum)-EC (1945)
1 TLS A. Conger Goodyear-EC (1944)
2 TLS Paul J. Sachs (Harvard University)-EC (1944-45)

II.1.78.3.3 Modern Drawings

Folder 3.3 incl. 1 ALS Henry-Russell Hitchcock-EC (1944)
1 TLS Pierre Matisse-EC (1944)
1 TLS JJS-EC (1944)
1 AL Edward Steichen-EC (1944)

II.1.79.1 Modern Exposition Architecture

[A, in photographs]; 1937 [1]: album
MoMA Exh. #49, 6/8-9/2 1936
Assembled by Ernestine Fantl in response to interest in the 1939 New York World's Fair

II.1.79.2 Modern Houses in America

[A, in photographs, plans + diagrams]
1938-41 [24]: album
Organized by Elizabeth Mock
Folder incl. 1 TLS Edward Durrell Stone-Mock (1938)
1 TLS Walter Gropius-Mock (1938)

II.1.79.3 Modern Interiors

(S23); [D, in photo/text panels, diagrams + model]
1941-43 [10]: album
Young People's Rotating Exhibition

II.1.79.4 Modern Japanese Prints

[PR]; ca. 1954 [-] [cancelled]
ICE-D-7-54
Planned to accompany MoMA Exh. #561, Modern Abstract Japanese Calligraphy, 6/22-9/19 1954, also proposed for circulation

II.1.79.5.1 Modern Jewelry Design

[D]; 1946-48 [15]: album [7 folders]
MoMA Exh. #330, Modern Handmade Jewelry, 9/17-11/10 1946
Incl. designs by Harry Bertoia, Alexander Calder, Jacques Lipchitz, Richard Pousette-Dart, others

II.1.79.5.2 Modern Jewelry Design
II.1.79.5.3 Modern Jewelry Design
II.1.79.5.4 Modern Jewelry Design

Folder 5.4 incl. 1 TLS Anni Albers-JS (1948), 1 ALS Albers-JS (1947)

II.1.79.5.5 Modern Jewelry Design

Folder 5.5 incl. postcard drawing, Calder-JS (1/17/47)
1 ALS José de Rivera-JS (1946)

II.1.80.1 Modern Lettering and Arrangement in Poster Design

(S16); [D]; 1941-44 [10]: album
Young People's Rotating Exhibition. No checklist or itinerary available

II.1.80.2 The Modern Masterpiece: Klee

[P]; 1952-54 [6]
Assembled by JS. One in a series of small exhibitions containing works from the Museum Collection
Focus on Demon Above the Ships, 1916, and Slavery, 1925

II.1.80.3 The Modern Masterpiece: Modigliani

[P]; ca. 1951 [-] [cancelled]
See note, II.1.80.2

II.1.80.4 The Modern Masterpiece: Picasso

[P]; 1951-54 [12]
See note, II.1.80.2
Focus on The Seated Woman, 1926-27

II.1.80.5 Modern Mexican Art

[P]; 1940-41 [4]: album
Works from 1821-1940 drawn from MoMA Exh. #106, Twenty Centuries of Mexican Art, 5/15-9/30 1940
Contemporary Mexican painting section selected by Miguel Covarrubias
Pre-Columbian art by Alfonso Caso
Colonial Mexican art by Manuel Touaint
Folk art by Roberto Montenegro (later director of the Museum of Folk Art, Mexico City)

II.1.81.1.1 The Modern Movement in Italy: Architecture and Design

[A+D, in photographs]
1953-58 [26] [5 folders]
ICE-D-1-53
Assembled by Ada Louise Huxtable. MoMA Exh. #565, 8/18-9/6 1954

II.1.81.1.2 The Modern Movement in Italy: Architecture and Design
II.1.81.1.3 The Modern Movement in Italy: Architecture and Design
II.1.81.1.4 The Modern Movement in Italy: Architecture and Design
II.1.81.1.5 The Modern Movement in Italy: Architecture and Design
II.1.82.1 Modern Painters and Sculptors as Illustrators

[DR, P, PR]; 1936-37 [9]: album
MoMA Exh. #47, 4/27-9/2 1936
Assembled by MW
Folder incl. 2 TLS MW (Harrison of Paris)-EC (1937)

II.1.82.2 Modern Painters of Brazil

[P]; 1944 [8]: album

II.1.82.3 Modern Pictorial Posters

(S15); [D]; 1942 [3]: album
Young People's Rotating Exhibition. No checklist available

II.1.82.4 Modern Portraits

[P+S]; 1955-57 [16]

II.1.82.5 Modern Poster Design

[D]; 1943-47 [26]: album
[D]; 1941-44 [8]: album
Modern Poster Design was originally titled Modern Posters (Educational Project A10)
Revised 1944 (Educational Project A11)
Revised 1945 and retitled Modern Poster Design
The Modern Poster (S4) was a Young People's Rotating Exhibition

II.1.82.6.1 The Modern Relief

[S, + photographic panels]
1951-53 [19] [4 folders]
MoMA Exh. #479, 6/20-7/15 1951
Arranged by JS

II.1.82.6.2 The Modern Relief

Folder 6.2 incl. 1 TLS Naum Gabo-JS (1951)

II.1.82.6.3 The Modern Relief
II.1.82.6.4 The Modern Relief
II.1.82.7 Modern Rooms of the Last Fifty Years

[A+D, in photo/text panels]
1947-49 [20]: album
MoMA Exh. #337, 11/26 1946-1/26 1947

II.1.82.8 Modern Stage Design

(A53); [T]
1941-44 [4]: album
Educational Project

Initial version titled The Modern Theatre - Stage Designs (Young People's Rotating Exhibition (S11)

Records for this version incorporated with those for version 2, which circulated as Modern Stage Design

Exhibition dispersed 1944, with models transferred to the Fieldston School, New York, along with portfolios intended for circulation to New York City schools under Victor D'Amico's direction
Records do not confirm that portfolios were circulated

II.1.83.1.1 Modern Textile Design

[D]; 1945-49 [28]: album [3 folders]
MoMA Exh. #295, Textile Design, 8/29-9/23 1945
Exhibition revised 1947

II.1.83.1.2 Modern Textile Design
II.1.83.1.3 Modern Textile Design
II.1.83.2.1 Modern Textiles and Ornamental Arts of India

[D]; 1955-58 [18] [5 folders]
ICE-D-5-54
Organized by Edgar Kaufmann, Jr. and Alexander Girard. MoMA Exh. #576, Textiles and Ornamental Arts of India, 4/11-9/25 1955
Directed by MW, selected by Kaufmann and installed by Girard

II.1.83.2.2 Modern Textiles and Ornamental Arts of India
II.1.83.2.3 Modern Textiles and Ornamental Arts of India
II.1.83.2.4 Modern Textiles and Ornamental Arts of India
II.1.83.2.5 Modern Textiles and Ornamental Arts of India
II.1.83.3 Henry Moore of Great Britain

[S, PR]; 1947 [?2+] [1 item]
MoMA Exh. #339, 12/17 1946-3/16 1947
Retrospective exhibition. Catalog by JJS
Folder incl. San Francisco Museum of Art press release only, confirming showing 6/18-9/7 1947
Previous showing at the Art Institute of Chicago, 4/17-5/18 1947

II.1.84.1 Murals and Photo-Murals by American Painters and Photographers

[P+PP]; 1932-34 [5]: album
MoMA Exh. #16, Murals by American Painters and Photographers, 5/3-5/31 1932
Folder incl. 1 ALS William H. Littlefield- "Director "(1934)
1 ALS Littlefield-EC (1934)
1 TLS Nelson A. Rockefeller-A. Conger Goodyear (1932)

II.1.84.2 Murals by Candido Portinari

[P+DR]; 1941 [6]: album
Murals executed for Brazil's representation at the 1939 New York World's Fair
See also, MoMA Exh. #108, Portinari of Brazil, 10/9-11/17 1940
Folder incl. corresp. with the Brazilian embassy
1 ALS Maria Portinari-EC (1941)

II.1.84.3 Museum Menagerie

[PR]; 1950-53 [19]

II.1.84.4 Museum Prints

[CR]; 1951, 1952 [5]
Exhibition also referred to in papers as "Reproductions of Museum of Modern Art Prints - Aluminum Mounts"

II.1.84.5 Music and Musicians: Work by Six Photographers

[PP]; 1948-49 [5]: album
MoMA Exh. #364, 12/16 1947-2/23 1948. The photographers: Philippe Halsman, Yousuf Karsh, Gjon Mili, Fred Plant, Adrian Siegel, W. Eugene Smith

II.1.84.6.1 Musical Themes

[P+S]; 1952-54 [14] [3 folders]
Assembled by Libby Tannenbaum with curatorial advice from Andrew C. Ritchie

II.1.84.6.2 Musical Themes
II.1.84.6.3 Musical Themes
II.1.84.7 Mystery and Sentiment

[P]; 1940-41 [4]: album
Organized in cooperation with the WPA Federal Art Project
Featured paintings by young Americans
See note, II.1.56.9

II.1.84.8 Mystery in Paint

[P]; 1944-46 [12]: album
Assembled by JTS, then chairman of the Committee on the Museum Collections, who also wrote the wall texts
Incl. work of Surrealist painters

II.1.85.1 Elie Nadelman

[D,S]; 1948-49 [?2]
MoMA Exh. #388, 10/5-11/28 1948. No itinerary available
Administrative records confirm bookings at The Baltimore Museum of Art, 12/19 1948-2/15 1949, and at the Boston Institute of Contemporary Art, 3/1-4/19 1949

II.1.85.2.1 A New American Architecture

[A, in photographs]; 1944-48 [27] [3 folders]
Based on research for Built in U.S.A. 1932-44
See II.1.42.5
Represents American architecture since 1932
See also, Series I.20 Sales and Rentals of Copies of Exhibitions Abroad for related material

II.1.85.2.2 A New American Architecture
II.1.85.2.3 A New American Architecture
II.1.85.3 New American Houses

[A, in photographs + plans]; 1952-57 [30]

II.1.85.4 New American Painters

[P]; 1948-50 [14]: album

II.1.85.5.1 The New Decade

[P+S]; 1955-56 [4] [2 folders]
No itinerary available

II.1.85.5.2 The New Decade
II.1.86.1 New Design Trends

[D, in photo/text panels]; 1953-57 [27]

II.1.86.2.1 New Directions in Gravure: Hayter and Studio 17

[PR]; 1944-46 [11]: album [2 folders]
MoMA Exh. #259, Hayter and Studio 17: New Directions in Gravure, 6/28-10/8 1944

Shown concurrently with Art in Progress: 15th Anniversary Exhibition
See also, II.1.42.5, II.1.50.6

Smaller version of 50 prints toured Latin America under the auspices of the National Gallery of Art, Inter-American Office, Washington, D.C., 1944-45

II.1.86.2.2 New Directions in Gravure: Hayter and Studio 17

Folder 2.2 incl. corresp. from Stanley William Hayter, André Raez
Draft of "Techniques of Gravure", by JJS

II.1.86.3 New Horizons in American Art

[P]; 1937-38 [8]: album
MoMA Exh. #52, 9/14-10/12 1936
Directed by DCM and Holger Cahill

Exhibition incl. work commissioned by the WPA, works by children and work done by artists on the Index of American Design
See also, I.4.2.2 for additional promotional material

II.1.86.4 A New House by Frank Lloyd Wright

[A, in photographic panels + plans]; 1938-40 [18]: album
MoMA Exh. #70, 1/25-3/6 1938
The "New house "(Fallingwater) was commissioned to be built at Bear Run, Pennsylvania

II.1.86.5 New Photographers, I, II

[PP; 2 copies]; 1946-48 [13]: album

Folder incl.:
1 bio (TL) Harry Callahan (1945)
1 TLS Howard Dearstyne-Nancy Newhall (1946)
1 bio (TL) Godfrey B. Frankel (1945)
1 bio (AL) Rosalie Gwathmey (n.d.)
1 bio (TL) Robert Janssen (1945)
1 TL Gyorgy Kepis (1945)
1 TLS Homer Page-Newhall (1945)
1 ALS Aaron Siskine-Newhall (1945)
1 bio Frederick Sommer (n.d.)
1 TLS Todd Webb-Newhall (1945)

II.1.86.6 New Pictures for Children, I

[PR]; 1946-48 [17]

II.1.86.7 New Pictures for Children, II

[PR]; 1946-48 [14]

II.1.86.8 New Silk-Screen Prints, I, II

[PR]; I, 1941-44 [16]: album
II, 1942-46 [18]: album
Copy I circulated abroad, 1944

II.1.86.9 New Watercolors and Gouaches

[P]; 1946-48 [14]: album

II.1.86.10.1 Nineteenth-Century Leaders of Modern Painting, I, II

[CR]; I, 1945-51 [42]
II, 1945-49 [21] [2 folders]
Copy I circulated internationally
See also, Series I.20 Sales and Rentals of Copies of Exhibitions Abroad for related material
Twentieth-Century European Painters was designed as a sequel to this exhibition
See II.1.113.3
C/E catalogs indicate an Educational Project

II.1.86.10.2 Nineteenth-Century Leaders of Modern Painting, I, II
II.1.87.1 Objects as Subjects

[P]; 1945-47 [15]: album

II.1.87.2 Olivetti: Design in Industry

[D, in original designs + photographic panels]; 1953-55 [13]
MoMA Exh. #523, 10/21-11/30 1952

II.1.87.3 On Being a Cartoonist, I, II

[CR]; I, 1946-49 [I, 17
II, 15]: album
MoMA Exh. #333, 10/15-11/24 1946
Directed by Robert C. Osborn. Circulated internationally, 1949
See also, Series I.20 Sales and Rentals of Copies of Exhibitions Abroad for related material

II.1.87.4.1 One Hundred Years of Portrait Photography

[PP]; 1944 [6]: album [2 folders]
42 photographs selected from MoMA Exh. #244, Portraits, 11/10 1943-1/9 1944

Version with 40 original photographs shown in Mexico City, 1944

II.1.87.4.2 One Hundred Years of Portrait Photography

Folder 4.2 incl. 3 TLS László Moholy-Nagy (The New Bauhaus, Chicago)-EC (1937/38)

II.1.87.5.1 One Picture Exhibitions

[P]; 1934-35 [see below]; album [2 folders]

Three exhibitions that traveled as part of the series titled One Picture Exhibitions of The Museum of Modern Art: Paul Cézanne:
Portrait of Mme. Cézanne [15]
Paul Gauguin,Tahitian Idyll [16]
Auguste Renoir, Le Moulin de la Galette [16]

II.1.87.5.2 One Picture Exhibitions

Folder 5.2 incl. 1 TLS AHB-ARB
1 TLS A. Conger Goodyear-AHB (1935)
1 TLS Goodyear-John Hay Whitney (1935)
1 TLS Whitney-Goodyear (1934)

II.1.87.6 One Picture Picasso Exhibition

[P]; 1939-40 [13]: album
Featured the painting La Coiffure

II.1.88.1.1 Open and Closed Form: Modern Sculpture

[S]; 1948-50 [13]
Open and Closed Form: Modern Sculpture [S, in photographs]. 1950-53 [16] [3 folders]

II.1.88.1.2 Open and Closed Form: Modern Sculpture

Folder 1.2 incl. 2 ALS Alexander Calder-JS (3/1951)
1 TLS Naum Gabo-JS (1948)

II.1.88.1.3 Open and Closed Form: Modern Sculpture
II.1.88.2 Organic Design in Home Furnishings

[D, in original designs + photo/text panels]; 1941-42 [3]: album

Excerpted from MoMA Exh. #148, Organic Design in Home Furnishings (Inter-American Competition), 9/24-11/9 1941

Prepared as an independent exhibition by the DCE

Incl. winning designs from the competition overseen by Eliot Noyes

For related exhibitions and further information on the Inter-American Competition, see II.1.62.3 and II.1.73.5

II.1.88.3 Original Costume Designs

[A](20); [T]; 1942, 1944 [4]: album

Original Costume Designs for the Modern Theatre (S12)
[T, in photographs]; 1941-42 [*5]: album; Educational Project
Exhibition S12 circulated as a Young People's Rotating Exhibition
No checklists available
Venues for S12 unconfirmed

II.1.88.4.1 Original Drawings for Book Illustrations

[PR]; 1953-54 [6] [2 folders]

II.1.88.4.2 Original Drawings for Book Illustrations

Folder 4.2 incl. 3 TLS Henry Moore-JS (1953)
6 ALS Robert C. Osborn-JS (n.d.)
1 TLS Kurt Seligmann-JS (1953)
1 TLS Ben Shahn-JS (1953)

II.1.88.5 Our Leading Watercolorists

[P]; 1942-43 [8]: album

II.1.89.1 The Painter Looks at People

[P]; 1947-49 [12]: album
Exhibition incl. original works by Edward Hopper, Fernand Léger, Rufino Tamayo, Max Weber, others

II.1.89.2 Painters as Ballet Designers

[T, in original costume + set designs]; 1941-42 [3]: album

Exhibition incl. designs by André Bauchant, Eugene Berman, Georges Braque, Giorgio de Chirico, Max Ernst, Jean Lurat, André Masson, Henri Matisse, Pablo Picasso, Diego Rivera, Georges Rouault, Pavel Tchelitchew

II.1.89.3 Painters from the West

[P]; ca. 1946-47 [-] [proposed]

II.1.89.4 Painters of America, I-IV

[Slide Talk]; 1945-55

I, 31
II, 18
III, 15
IV, 1

Exhibition also referred to in papers as "Painters of America, 1670-1945"
See also, Series I.20 Sales and Rentals of Copies of Exhibitions Abroad for related material

II.1.89.5 Painting and Sculpture by Children

[P+S]; 1938-39 [4]: album
MoMA Exh. #75a, Children's Work, 4/4-4/22 1938
Exhibition of works submitted to the WPA Federal Arts Project

II.1.89.6.1 Painting and Sculpture in Architecture

[A, in photographs]; 1949-53 [21] [3 folders]
MoMA Exh. #419, 8/3-10/2 1949
Survey of collaboration among architects, painters and sculptors
See also, II.1.110.3

The exhibition Post-War Building was organized to replace this exhibition, which was destroyed by fire during tour

See II.1.94.7

II.1.89.6.2 Painting and Sculpture in Architecture

Folder 5.2 incl. 2 ALS Alexander Calder-PAM (1949)

II.1.89.6.3 Painting and Sculpture in Architecture
II.1.89.7 Painting in the Twentieth Century

[CR]; 1941-42 [1]
Folder incl. history of exhibitions of color reproductions from 1932-46
See also, I.19.11.3 for related material
No itinerary or checklist available

II.1.89.8 Paintings by Children

[P]; 1943-46 [18]: album
Exhibition also referred to in papers as "Children's Painting Done at the Children's Festival of Modern Art "Transferred to the Educational Program, 9/12/1945

II.1.89.9 Paintings by French Children

[P]; 1948-50 [20]: album
MoMA Exh. #366, 1/13-3/21 1948
Selected by Victor D'Amico from the collection of the French color manufacturing firm J. M. Paillard
Exhibition returned to France 7/1950
See also, Series I.20 Sales and Rentals of Copies of Exhibitions Abroad for related material

II.1.90.1 Paintings by Italian Children

[P]; 1955-56 [7]; ICE-D-9-54
21 paintings by children from the Mazzon School, Milan, selected from MoMA Exh. #571, 2/16-3/20 1955

II.1.90.2 C/E 56-9 Paintings by Nigerian Schoolboys

[P]; 1957-58 [10]
Paintings and linoleum cuts done by students of Kiffi Secondary School

II.1.90.3 Paintings by Swedish Children

[P]; 1951-53 [15]
MoMA Exh. #472, Art Work by Swedish Children, 3/13-5/20 1951
Works presented to the Museum by the Swedish Government

II.1.90.4 Paintings by Turkish Children

[P]; 1954-57 [11]; ICE-D-4-54
Selected by Elsa Schmidt from an exhibition of children's paintings held in Istanbul in 1953 in commemoration of the 500th anniversary of the conquest of Constantinople
Subsequently retitled The Conquest of Istanbul as See n in Paintings by Turkish Children

II.1.90.5 Paintings by Twelve Americans

[P]; 1935-37 [12]; album
Paintings donated to the Museum by Abby Aldrich Rockefeller (Mrs. John D., Jr.)
Exhibition also referred to in papers as "Paintings by Twelve Americans from the Permanent Collection "Papers also indicate second tour proposed ca. 1940, under the title Twelve American Paintings

II.1.90.6 Paintings Expelled from Germany

[P]; ca. 1940-41 [-] [proposed]

Works by artists labeled "Degenerate "by the German Government, drawn from the Museum's collections as well as private American collections

Exhibition incl. paintings by Georges Braque, André Derain, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Paul Klee, Oskar Kokoschka, Henri Matisse, Emil Nolde
Folder incl. 1 loan contract and loan requests

No itinerary or checklist available

II.1.90.7 Paintings from the Belgian Congo

[P]; 1951-52 [9]

II.1.90.8.1 Paintings from Latin America in The Museum of Modern Art Collection

[P]; 1943-46 [18]: album [3 folders]

Based upon MoMA Exh. #224, The Latin-American Collection of The Museum of Modern Art, 3/31-6/6 1943

Exhibition of newly acquired works purchased with the 1942 Inter-American Fund
Recommended for purchase by AHB and Lincoln Kirstein

Revised exhibition circulated 1946-47
See album

Smaller version designed specifically for schools circulated 1944-46
See Fifteen Latin American Painters, II.1.59.6
See also, II.1.90.10 for related exhibition

II.1.90.8.2 Paintings from Latin America in The Museum of Modern Art Collection
II.1.90.8.3 Paintings from Latin America in The Museum of Modern Art Collection
II.1.90.9 Paintings from the Permanent Collection of The Museum of Modern Art

[P]; 1946 [1]
Special exhibition arranged for a single showing at the Baltimore Museum of Art, 3.15-4.15 1946

II.1.90.10 Paintings from Ten Latin-American Republics

[P]; 1943-44 [9]: album
Exhibition of new acquisitions organized for smaller exhibition spaces that could not accommodate Paintings from Latin America in The Museum of Modern Art Collection
See II.1.90.8

II.1.91.1 Paintings, Watercolors and Drawings by van Gogh

[P+DR]; 1936 [9]: album
MoMA Exh. #44, Vincent van Gogh, 11/4 1935-1/5 1936
Works lent from the collection of the Krller-Müller Foundation
See also, I.24.15.6 for additional corresp

II.1.91.2 Anna Pavlova

[T]; 1941 [2]: album
MoMA Exh. #122, Pavlova Memorial Exhibition, 1/7-3/6 1941

II.1.91.3 Photographic Exhibition of Modern Architecture

[PP]; 1932-33 [?10]
Based upon MoMA Exh. #15, Modern Architecture: International Exhibition, 2/9-3/3 1932
See II.1.66.7
Itineraries suggest the possibility of 12 venues

II.1.91.4 Photographic Exhibition of Theatre Art

[PP]; 1935-37 [17]: album
Adapted from MoMA Exh. #33, International Exhibition of Theatre Art, 1/15-2/25 1934
See II.1.66.8

II.1.91.5 Photographs by David Octavius Hill and Robert Adamson from the Collection of Heinrich Schwarz

[PP]; 1941-42 [1]: album
Adapted from MoMA Exh. #145, Photographs by David Octavius Hill and Robert Adamson, 9/9-10/19 1941
No itinerary available

II.1.91.6 Photographs from the Collection of The Museum of Modern Art

[PP]; ca. 1941 [-]
No itinerary available

II.1.91.7 Photographs of African Negro Art by Walker Evans

[PP]; 1935-37 [16]: album See also, II.1.33.4

II.1.91.8 Photographs of 19th-Century Houses by Walker Evans

[PP]; 1934-36, 1940 [14]: album
MoMA Exh. #30b, Walker Evans: Photographs of 19th Century Houses, 11/16-12/8 1933
Works drawn from the Museum Collection, gift of Lincoln Kirstein

II.1.91.9 Photography 1839-1937, I

[PP]; 1937-38 [10]: album
MoMA Exh. #60, 3/17-4/18 1937

Directed by Beaumont Newhall

Copy II, which circulated under the title A Brief Survey of Photography from 1839-1937, was the smaller of the two versions
See II.1.42.3

II.1.91.10.1 Picasso: Forty Years of His Art, I, II, III, IV

[P, PR, DR] [4 editions]
I, 1940 [1]
II, 1940-41 [5]
III, 1941-42 [7]
IV, 1942-43 [6]: album [6 folders]

MoMA Exh. #91, 11/15 1939-1/7 1940

Edition titles:
• I, II, Picasso: Forty Years of His Art
• III, Picasso: Epochs in His Art
• IV, Picasso 1942-43

In addition to Editions I-IV, there were two special loans of the Guernica mural and 59 studies, 1941-42

II.1.91.10.2 Picasso: Forty Years of His Art, I, II, III, IV
II.1.91.10.3 Picasso: Forty Years of His Art, I, II, III, IV

Folder 10.3 incl. Meyer Schapiro's Picasso lecture notes (ca. 1940)

II.1.91.10.4 Picasso: Forty Years of His Art, I, II, III, IV
II.1.91.10.5 Picasso: Forty Years of His Art, I, II, III, IV
II.1.91.10.6 Picasso: Forty Years of His Art, I, II, III, IV
II.1.92.1.1 Picasso, Matisse, Klee, Rouault, I, II

[CR]; I, 1945-49 [28]
II, 1945-48 [18] [2 folders]
Copy I circulated internationally, 1949
Sold 1949. Copy II sold 1948
See also, Series I.20 Sales and Rentals of Copies of Exhibitions Abroad for related material

II.1.92.1.2 Picasso, Matisse, Klee, Rouault, I, II
II.1.92.2 Picasso's "Minotauromachia"

[PR]; ca. 1951 [-] [cancelled]; [NF]
See II.1.96.2

II.1.92.3 Picasso's "Antipolis"

[DR]; 1949-51 [9]: album

II.1.92.4 Picasso's "Seated Man," 1911: A Visual Analysis of a Cubist Painting

[CR]; 1940-43 [15]: album
Based upon MoMA Exh. #93a, 1/1-1/30 1940: prepared by Sidney Janis and Frederick J. Kiesler for the Museum's Advisory Committee

Title appears variously as "An Analysis of Picasso's Seated Man" ; An Analysis of a Painting - The Seated Man by Picasso"
C/E catalogs suggest circulation to secondary schools by the Educational Program

II.1.92.5 Pictures for Children, I, II

(S51); [PR]; I, 1942-43 [12], album
II, 1942-46 [37, incl. Canadian tour], album
Copy II was an Educational Project

II.1.92.6 The Plan of a Painting

[P]; 1941-43 [18]: album
Exhibition prepared by the Addison Gallery of American Art, Phillips Academy, Andover, Mass

Analyzed Manhattan Bridge Loop, 1928, by Edward Hopper, in the Addison's collection

C/E catalogs suggest circulation to secondary schools by the Educational Program

II.1.92.7 Planning the Modern House, I ; A5.2, II

[A, in plans, photographs + model]
I, 1943-47 [34]
II, 1943-46 [21]: album
Educational Project. Exhibition focused on California house designed by John Funk
Directed by Elizabeth Mock
Copy I sold, 1947

II.1.92.8 Polio Posters

[D]; 1950 [2]
MoMA Exh. #427, Polio Poster Competition, 10/31-11/20 1949
Directed by Mildred Constantine and organized in cooperation with the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis
Herbert Matter received first prize

II.1.92.9 Polio Posters

[Slide Talk]; ca. 1950 [-]; [NF]
33.5" r.p.m. (12") acetate record album, slide checklist, and typed mss. of talk, "The Story of Polio Posters--an Experiment in Designing a Poster." Recording is narrated by artist(s) and planners of exhibition
No itinerary available

NOTE: This material was formerly identified as Bundle 126, which is now the oversize exhibition panels for "Look at Your Neighborhood."

II.1.92.10 The Popular Art of Mexico

[S+D]; 1941-42 [9]: album
Assembled from MoMA Exh. #106, Twenty Centuries of Mexican Art, 5/15-9/30 1940

II.1.93.1 Portrait of the Artist's Mother by James Abbott McNeill Whistler

[P]; 1933-34 [11]: album
MoMA Exh. #34a, 5/15-5/18 1934

II.1.93.2.1 Portraits in Prints

[PR]; 1948-50 [10]: album [2 folders]
MoMA Exh. #379, 6/1-9/6 1948

II.1.93.2.2 Portraits in Prints
II.1.93.3.1 Postage Stamp Design

[D]; 1949 [22] [6 folders]
MoMA Exh. #420, 8/3-10/7 1949
See also, II.1.110.3

II.1.93.3.2 Postage Stamp Design
II.1.93.3.3 Postage Stamp Design
II.1.93.3.4 Postage Stamp Design
II.1.93.3.5 Postage Stamp Design
II.1.93.3.6 Postage Stamp Design
II.1.94.1 Poster Design in Holland, Germany and Switzerland

[D]; 1953-57 [24]

II.1.94.2 Posters by A. Mouron Cassandre

[D]; 1936-38 [19]: album
MoMA Exh. #45a, 1/14-2/16 1936
Assembled by Ernestine Fantl

II.1.94.3 Posters by E. McKnight Kauffer

[D]; 1937-39 [21]: album
MoMA Exh. #59, 2/10-3/7 1937

II.1.94.4 Posters for National Defense, I, II

[D]; I, 1941-43 [17], album
II, 1941-42 [5], album
MoMA Exh. #139, National Defense Poster Competition, 7/16-9/7 1941
Copy I incl. original works
Copy II, black-and-white reproductions of the originals
Retitled Posters for Defense, 1942

II.1.94.5 Posters from England

[D]; 1943-44 [3]: album
MoMA Exh. #193, New Posters from England, 9/4-10/18 1942
Assembled by Ernestine Carter, London Ministry of Information

II.1.94.6 Posters 1945-1949

[D]; 1949-52 [18]
MoMA Exh. #424, New Posters from 16 Countries, 10/11-11/20 1949
Organized by Mildred Constantine

II.1.94.7.1 Post-War Building

[A, in photo/text panels]; 1949-53 [14] [2 folders]
Exhibition organized to replace Painting and Sculpture in Architecture, which was destroyed by fire during tour
See II.1.89.6
See also, II.1.1103, Three Circulating Exhibitions and Series I.20 Sales and Rentals of Copies of Exhibitions Abroad for related material

II.1.94.7.2 Post-War Building
II.1.94.8 Postwar European Photography

[PP]; 1954-56 [7]
MoMA Exh. #537, 5/26-8/23 1953
Directed by Edward Steichen

II.1.95.1.1 Power in the Pacific: Battle Photographs of Our Navy in Action on the Sea and in the Sky

Lge. version; [PP]; 1945-46 [10]: album [5 folders]
MoMA Exh. #275, 1/23-3/20 1945
Assembled and directed by Captain Edward Steichen for the U.S. Navy

II.1.95.1.2 Power in the Pacific: Battle Photographs of Our Navy in Action on the Sea and in the Sky
II.1.95.1.3 Power in the Pacific: Battle Photographs of Our Navy in Action on the Sea and in the Sky
II.1.95.1.4 Power in the Pacific: Battle Photographs of Our Navy in Action on the Sea and in the Sky
II.1.95.1.5 Power in the Pacific: Battle Photographs of Our Navy in Action on the Sea and in the Sky
II.1.95.2 Power in the Pacific

Sm. version; [PP]; 1945-46 [9]: album
See note, II.1.95.1

II.1.95.3 Prehistoric Rock Pictures: Comparative Styles in Europe and Africa

Sm. version). [CR]; 1937-39 [13]: album
39 watercolor facsimiles and 7 photographs drawn from II.1.95.4

II.1.95.4 Prehistoric Rock Pictures from the Frobenius Collection

Lge. version; [PP + facsimiles]; 1937-39 [16]: album

135 panels of watercolor facsimiles and photographs
Adapted from MoMA Exh. #61, Prehistoric Rock Pictures in Europe and Africa, 4/28-5/30 1937
Directed by Dr. Leo Frobenius and Douglas Fox
See also, II.1.95.3

II.1.95.5 The Preliminary Course of the Bauhaus

(S26); [A, in photo/text panels]; 1941-44 [12]: album
MoMA Exh. #141, 7/29-8/11 1941
Exhibition also referred to in the illustrated checklist as "The Bauhaus: Preliminary Course "Circulated as an Educational Project, 1942

II.1.95.6 Prints by Max Beckmann

[PR]; 1951-57 [26]
MoMA Exh. #489, 9/18-10/24 1951
Memorial exhibition arranged by WSL

II.1.95.7 Prints by Kirchner and Nolde

[PR]; 1956-57 [8]
MoMA Exh. #589, 11/8 1955-1/8 1956
Assembled by WSL

II.1.95.8 Prints by Paul Klee

[PR]; 1945-47 [14]: album

II.1.95.9 Prints by Jennie C. Lewis

[PR]; ca. 1940 [-] [proposed]; [NF]
16 prints by contemporary San Francisco-based printmaker
See note, II.1.56.9

II.1.96.1 C/E 56-10: Prints by Matisse

[PR]; 1956-58 [11]
Selected from MoMA Exh. #605, Prints of Henri Matisse, 6/27-10/14 1956
Selected and assembled by WSL

II.1.96.2 Prints by Picasso

[PR]; 1952 [1]
Special exhibition prepared to replace cancelled exhibition Picasso's "Minotauromachia"

II.1.96.3 Prints by Georges Rouault

[PR]; 1953-56 [20]
MoMA Exh. #535, Georges Rouault, 3/31-5/31 1953
Retrospective exhibition co organized with the Cleveland Museum of Art
WSL assembled print section

II.1.96.4 Prints by Georges Rouault

Lge. version; [PR]; 1939-42 [23]: album
MoMA Exh. #79, The Prints of Georges Rouault, 9/28-11/18 1938
See also, II.1.96.5

II.1.96.5 Prints by Georges Rouault

Sm. version; [PR]; 1941-42 [6]: album

II.1.96.6 The Prints of Paul Klee

[PR]; 1955-57 [13]
MoMA Exh. #564, 7/7-9/19 1954

II.1.96.7 Recent American Woodcuts

[PR]; 1953-55 [10]
MoMA Exh. #519, Recent American Woodcuts and Prints, by Marin, Hopper and Weber, 9/9-11/16 1952

II.1.96.8 Recent Drawings U.S.A

[PR]; ca. 1956 [-] [cancelled]
MoMA Exh. #601, 4/25-8/5 1956
Selected by WSL and sponsored by the Junior Council
No itinerary available
The lack of positive responses to letters soliciting institutional exhibitors indicates the exhibition did not circulate

II.1.96.9 Recent European Paintings

[CR]; 1955 [1]; [NF]
Special exhibition prepared for the Library of Winston-Salem and Forsyth County, NC, 1/19-2/9 1955

II.1.96.10 Recent Lithographs by Picasso

[PR] 1947-48 [6]: album
See also, MoMA Exh. #342, 46 Recent Lithographs by Picasso, 1/28-4/6 1947

II.1.96.11 Recent Prints by European Painters

[PR]; 1948-51 [18]: album

II.1.97.1.1 Recent Work by Young Americans

[P]; 1954-56 [12] [2 folders]

II.1.97.1.2 Recent Work by Young Americans
II.1.97.2 Odilon Redon Lithographs

[PR]; 1953-54 [8]
Excerpted from MoMA Exh. #502, Odilon Redon: Drawings and Lithographs, 2/13-4/20 1952
Organized by WSL

II.1.97.3 Refugee Art

[P]; ca. 1940 [1]
special loan to Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, NY

II.1.97.4.1 Regional Building in the United States

[A, in photo/text panels]
Version 1, 1941-44 [17]
Version 2, 1946-47 [9]: album [2 folders]

Version titled Regional Building in America (60 panels) prepared for the OWI 1946
Circulated to Great Britain under the auspices of the OWI, 1946-47

II.1.97.4.2 Regional Building in the United States
II.1.97.5 Reproductions of American Paintings

[CR]; 1936-42 [30]: album
Educational Project. Subsequently retitled American Painters
See II.1.34.7
No itinerary or checklist available
Folder incl. exhibitors' contracts, 1940-41

II.1.97.6 Reproductions of Mexican Frescoes by Diego Rivera

[CR]; 1932-39 [26]: album
MoMA Exh. #24a, Color Reproductions of Mexican Frescoes by Diego Rivera, 2/20-3/12 1933
No itinerary available

II.1.97.7 Reproductions of Modern Watercolors and Pastels

[CR]; 1934-40 [45]: album
MoMA Exh. #34f, Color Reproductions: Modern Watercolors and Pastels, 8/13-9/21 1934

II.1.97.8 Reproductions of Paintings and Drawings by Vincent van Gogh

[CR]; 1935-42 [60]: album

II.1.97.9 Reproductions of Paintings, Watercolors and Drawings by Paul Cézanne

[CR]; 1937-42 [25]: album
Adapted from MoMA Exh. #61b, Color Reproductions of Paintings by Cézanne, 4/28-5/30 1937
Organized for circulation and shown at the Museum in conjunction with MoMA Exh. #61a, Paintings by Paul Cézanne from the Museum
Venues incl. 2 Educational Project venues

II.1.97.10 Diego Rivera

[P]; 1932 [?1]
MoMA Exh. #14, 12/22 1931-1/27.1932
Folder incl. 1 TLS Beaumont Newhall-AHB (1932)
1 TLS Newhall-Jere Abbott (1932)
No itinerary available
Possibility exists of more than one booking

II.1.97.11 Rivera, Orozco, Siqueiros

[P,DR,PR]; 1942-45 [22]: album
See also, II.1.110.4 for a related exhibition

II.1.98.1.1 Road to Victory: A Procession of Photographs of the Nation at War

Lge. version; [PP]; 1943 [5]: album [2 folders]
MoMA Exh. #182, 5/21-10/4 1942
Organized by Lt. Cmdr. Edward Steichen, text by Carl Sandburg

II.1.98.1.2 Road to Victory: A Procession of Photographs of the Nation at War
II.1.98.2.1 Road to Victory

Sm. version; (4 copies); [PP]; 1943-44 [13]: album [3 folders]
Three copies were circulated to Great Britain and Uruguay under the auspices of the OWI, 1943-45

II.1.98.2.2 Road to Victory
II.1.98.2.3 Road to Victory
II.1.99.1.1 Romantic Painting in America

[P+PP]; 1944-45 [8]: album [5 folders]
MoMA Exh. #246, 11/17 1943-2/6 1944
Works from 1740 to 1940s, directed by DCM with catalog essay by JTS

Because of the difficulty of wartime transit, circulating exhibition consisted largely of photographs

II.1.99.1.2 Romantic Painting in America

Folder 1.2 incl.:
2 TLS Stephen C. Clark-EC (1944/45)
2 TLS Philip L. Goodwin-EC (1944)
1 TLS Goodwin-JTS (1944)

II.1.99.1.3 Romantic Painting in America
II.1.99.1.4 Romantic Painting in America
II.1.99.1.5 Romantic Painting in America
II.1.99.2 Rouault: The Great Printmaker

[PR]; 1946-48 [13]: album

II.1.99.3 Henri Rousseau

[P]; 1942-43 [6]: album
20 paintings drawn from MoMA Exh. #175, 3/18-5/3 1942
Organized in collaboration with The Art Institute of Chicago under the direction of Daniel Catton Rich

II.1.99.4 Rugs by American Artists

[D]; 1942-43 [7]: album
MoMA Exh. #188, New Rugs by American Artists, 6/30-8/9 1942

Exhibition incl. rugs designed by Marguerite Zorach, Loren MacIver, Stuart Davis, John Femen, A. E. Gallatin, Arshile Gorky, Charles Howard, E. McKnight Kauffer, George L.K. Morris, I. Rice Pereira

II.1.99.5 Rugs by Modern Artists

[D+CR]; 1941 [3]: album

Exhibition incl. rugs designed by Jean (Hans) Arp, Donald Deskey, Morris Kantor, Fernand Léger, Louis Marcoussis, Joan Miró, Pablo Picasso, Henry Varnum Poor and Kurt Seligmann, plus 8 mounted reproductions and 1 poster

II.1.100.1 Scenic Art in Modern Ballet: SettingsScenic Art in Modern Ballet: Costumes

[Slide Talks]; 1946-50 [3; 6]

Scenic Art in Modern Ballet: Settings cancelled after 3 venues

Scenic Art in Modern Ballet: Costumes, offered in conjunction with the first Slide Talk, remained in circulation

II.1.100.2 The Sculptor Explores: Paintings, Watercolors, Collages, Prints

[P+PR]; 1954-55 [6]
[folder incl. corresp. with David Smith, Naum Gabo

II.1.100.3.1 Sculpture by Painters

[P+S, PP]; 1949-51 [12]: album [2 folders]
MoMA Exh. #418, 8/3-10/5 1949
Works incl. Picasso bronze loaned by Mies van der Rohe
Exhibition revised slightly in 1950
See also, II.1.110.3

II.1.100.3.2 Sculpture by Painters

Folder 3.2 incl. sketches in letter by Pietro Lazzari
Corresp. with Daniel-Henri Kahnweiler

II.1.100.4 The Sculpture of Jacques Lipchitz

[S]; 1954-55 [2]
MoMA Exh. #558, 5/18-8/1 1954. No itinerary available
Corresp. indicates 2 showings, at the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, and the Cleveland Art Museum

II.1.100.5 Seven American Painters

[P]; 1944-45 [5]: album
Assembled by JTS, then Director of Painting and Sculpture
Exhibition incl. Milton Avery paintings from the collection of Joseph Hirshhorn
Second in a series of traveling exhibitions designed to introduce painters at mid career to a broader national audience
See also, II.1.112.8

II.1.100.6 Seven American Photographers

[PP]; 1939-41 [17]: album
MoMA Exh. #86, 5/10-9/30 1939
Part of Art in Our Time: 10th Anniversary Exhibition
See note, II.1.60.9

II.1.100.7 Seven Color Reproductions

[CR]; 1947-48 [1]; [NF]
Special exhibition

II.1.100.8 17 Prints, Watercolors and Drawings by Modern European Artists

[PR, DR]; ca. 1934 [1]
Special exhibition organized for the New Jersey College for Women, New Brunswick, at the behest of Nelson A. Rockefeller

II.1.100.9.1 Ben Shahn

[P, PR, D, PP]; 1947-49 [8]: album [2 folders]
MoMA Exh. #538, 9/30 1947-1/4 1948

II.1.100.9.2 Ben Shahn
II.1.101.1 Shaker Art

ca. 1953 [-] [proposed]

II.1.101.2 The Shapes of Things, I, II

A6, sm. version; [D, in photographs]; 1943-45 [I,15; II,18]: album
Educational Project

II.1.101.3 The Shapes of Things

S32, Lge. version; [D, in photographs]; 1941-44 [21]: album
Young People's Rotating Exhibition.

II.1.101.4 Charles Sheeler

[?CR]; ca. 1941 [?1]
Exhibition possibly based on MoMA Exh. #90, 10/2-11/1 1939
Directed by DCM
Folder incl. 1 contract scheduling exhibition from 1/10-1/24 1941
No itinerary or checklist available

II.1.101.5 Silk Screen Prints, I, II

[PR]; I, 1941-45, [16]
II, 1942-45 [16]
No itineraries available

II.1.101.6 A Single Sculpture: "The Singing Man ", by Ernst Barlach

[S]; 1940-42 [11]: album

II.1.101.7.1 Six Artist-Teachers in America

[P]; 1953-56 [16] [2 folders]

Exhibition incl. works by László Moholy-Nagy, Josef Albers, Stanley William Hayter, Hans Hofmann, Amédée Ozenfant, Karl Zerbe

Folder 7.1 incl. 1 ALS Albers-JS (1955)
2 ALS Albers-JS (1954)
1 TLS Hayter-Virginia Pearson (1956)
1 TLS Hayter-JS (1953)
1 TLS Hofmann-JS (1953)
1 TLS H. W. Janson-JS (1953)
1 TLS (photocopy) Sibyl (Mrs. Laszlo) Moholy-Nagy--AHB (1963)
1 TLS Moholy-Nagy--JS (1953)
2 ALS Zerbe-JS (ca. 1953)
2 ALS Zerbe-JS (1953)

II.1.101.7.2 Six Artist-Teachers in America
II.1.101.8 Six Interpretations in Bronze

[S]; 1946-48 [13]

Exhibition incl. works by Aristide Maillol, Georg Kolbe, Gaston Lachaise, Charles Despiau, Henri Laurens, Jacques Lipchitz

Folder incl. 1 ALS Isabel Lachaise-JS (1946)
1 TLS Stephen C. Clark-EC (1946)

II.1.101.9 Six Modern Sculptors

[S+DR]; 1936-38 [24]: album
Exhibition also referred to as "Bronzes and Drawings by Six Modern Sculptors"
Folder incl. 1 TLS Walter P. Chrysler, Jr.-AHB (1935)
1 TLS Chrysler-EC (1936)
1 TLS Frank Crowninshield-EC (1936)
4 TLS A. Conger Goodyear-EC (1935-38)
1 TLS Goodyear-AHB (1937)

II.1.102.1 The Skyscraper

[A, in plans, photographic enlargements, texts]; 1953-59 [30]
See also, ICE-F-9-53, The Skyscraper, U.S.A
Copy 1
20 text panels, English/French texts
international tour: 15 venues, 1954-57
Donated to Zionist Organization of America House, Tel Aviv, 1958
See also, ICE-F-25-54 (Spanish version)
Latin American tour: 9 venues, 1957-58, dispersed 1958
Venues incl. 1 booking not on itinerary: University of Puerto Rico, 12.1954

II.1.102.2 Small Paintings by Modern Artists

[P]; 1939-41 [21]: album
Retitled Twelve French Painters, 1940
Folder incl. 1 ALS Saidie May-EC (1939)

II.1.102.3 South American Paintings and Drawings, [P] and South American Cartoons and Caricatures, [DR]

ca. 1942 [-] [proposed]

Material does not confirm whether two separate exhibitions or a single exhibition to incl. paintings, drawings, cartoons and caricatures was actually proposed

Folder incl. 1 TL (carbon) EC-lender (2.17.1942)

II.1.102.4 South American Textiles

[D]; 1951-53 [7

II.1.102.5.1 Chaim Soutine

[P]; 1951-52 [10] [2 folders]
MoMA Exh. #462, 10/31 1950-1/7 1945
Cosponsored by the Cleveland Museum of Art and directed by MW

II.1.102.5.2 Chaim Soutine
II.1.102.6 Soviet Children's Art

[P]; 1945-47 [25]
MoMA Exh. #260, 9/19-11/19 1944. Exhibition shown in collaboration with the National Council of American-Soviet Friendship, Inc. (NCASF)
Returned to the NCASF 8.4.1947
See also, II.1.48.2

II.1.102.7.1 Niles Spencer: A Retrospective Exhibition of His Work

[P]; 1954 [4] [3 folders]
MoMA Exh. #560, Niles Spencer, 6/22-8/15 1954
C/E assembled by DCM

II.1.102.7.2 Niles Spencer: A Retrospective Exhibition of His Work
II.1.102.7.3 Niles Spencer: A Retrospective Exhibition of His Work
II.1.103.1.1 States of Mind

[P]; 1953-56 [16] [2 folders]
Exhibition assembled by Geraldine Pelles
Exhibition incl. works by over 30 artists

II.1.103.1.2 States of Mind

Folder 1.2 incl. 1 ALS Mrs. W. Murray Crane-Pelles (1953)
2 ALS Theodoros Stamos-JS (1956)

II.1.103.2 Steichen's Navy Photographs

[PP]; 1944 [1]; [NF]
Special exhibition

II.1.103.3 Florine Stettheimer

[P]; 1947 [2]
MoMA Exh. #332, 10/1-11/17 1946

II.1.104.1 Still Life

[P]; ca. 1945-46 [-] [proposed]
Folder incl. memo JTS-EC (7.31.1944)

II.1.104.2 Still Life: 20th Century

[CR]; 1954-56 [15]

II.1.104.3 Still Life: 20th Century

[P]; 1951-53 [16]
Folder incl. 1 ALS Marcel Duchamp-JS (1951)

II.1.104.4 Stockholm Builds

[A, in photographs]; 1940-46 [23]: album

MoMA Exh. #142, 8/4-9/8 1941

Organized by Elizabeth Mock. Photographs by G. E. Kidder-Smith

C/E sold to American Swedish News Exchange, Inc., New York, 1/7/1947

Venues incl. special showing at the Society of Liberal Arts, Joslyn Memorial Art Museum, Omaha, 7-8/1946

II.1.104.5 Paul Strand: Photographs 1915-1945

[PP]; 1946-47 [7]
MoMA Exh. #286, 4/25-6/10 1945
Retrospective exhibition directed by Nancy Newhall

II.1.105.1 C/E 54-33: Structure and Space in Contemporary Architecture

[A, in photo/text panels]; 1954-59 [31]: album, I/C/E-1

Exhibition also referred to in promotional materials as "Structure and Space in Contemporary Engineering"
Divided into 5 sections:
Arch-rib system
Thin-shell construction
Cantilever construction
Reticulated structures
Suspended construction

II.1.105.2 Studies for "Guernica"

[DR+PP]; 1952-56 [22]

Series of 50 sketches by Picasso divided into 3 groups:
• preparatory studies
• photographs of mural in progress
• sketches executed after mural installation

II.1.106.1 A Survey of the American Film

[F, in stills]; 1938-41 [23]
Based upon MoMA Exh. #62, A Brief Survey of the American Film, 1/24-6/23 1937
Survey of American cinema from 1893 to 1937

II.1.106.2 Survey of American Painting, I, II

[PP]; I, II, 1947-48 [9] [1 item]
Folder incl. itinerary only

II.1.106.3.1 A Survey of American Sculpture, I, II

[CR]; I, 1948-50 [16]
II, 1948-49 [7]: album [2 folders]
See also, Series I.20 Sales and Rentals of Copies of Exhibitions Abroad for related material

II.1.106.3.2 A Survey of American Sculpture, I, II
II.1.106.4 Swiss Posters

[D]; ca. 1943-44 [-] [proposed]
Exhibition also referred to in papers as "Modern Swiss Posters"

II.1.106.5.1 Symbolism in Painting

[P]; 1947-48 [14]: album [3 folders]

Exhibition incl. works by Max Beckmann, Eugene Berman, Arnold Bcklin, Marc Chagall, Giorgio de Chirico, Salvador Dali, Max Ernst, James Ensor, Morris Graves, Paul Klee, Oskar Kokoschka, Loren MacIver, André Masson, Matta (Sebastian Antonio Matta Echaurren), Joan Miró, Adolphe Monticelli, Gustave Moreau, Odilon Redon, Graham Sutherland, Pavel Tchelitchew, Mark Tobey, others

Folder 3.2 incl. 1 ALS Georgia O'Keeffe-JS (1947)
1 TLS Edward M.M. Warburg-JS (1947)

II.1.106.5.2 Symbolism in Painting
II.1.106.5.3 Symbolism in Painting
II.1.107.1 Pavel Tchelitchew

[P]; 1943 [1]
Special loan exhibition to Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, New York

II.1.107.2.1 Teaching Portfolios, I, II, III, IV

ca. 1950 [6 folders]
Series of reproduction kits purchased for use in classrooms and studios
See Box 108 for copies of the portfolios
See also, II.1.61.3, II.1.78.2, II.1.108.1

II.1.107.2.2 Teaching Portfolios, I, II, III, IV
II.1.107.2.3 Teaching Portfolios, I, II, III, IV
II.1.107.2.4 Teaching Portfolios, I, II, III, IV
II.1.107.2.5 Teaching Portfolios, I, II, III, IV
II.1.107.2.6 Teaching Portfolios, I, II, III, IV
II.1.108.1 Teaching Portfolios, I, II, III, IV

ca. 1950

Incl. published portfolios:
• I, Modern Sculpture
• II, Texture and Pattern
• III, Modern Art - Old and New (incl. pamphlet with text by RDH)
•IV, Useful Objects Today

See note, II.1.107.2

II.1.109.1 Ten Paintings from The Museum of Modern Art Collection

[?P]; 1949 [1]; [NF]
Special exhibition organized for the Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, 1.9-2.2 1949

II.1.109.2 Ten Posters by Cassandre and Kauffer

[D]; 1938-40 [18]: album

II.1.109.3 T.V.A. Architecture and Design

[A, in photographs + models]; 1941-42 [7]: album
MoMA Exh. #125, 4/30-6/7 1941
Prepared in collaboration with the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) and accompanied by the film TVA

II.1.109.4 Thirty European and American Paintings

[P]; 1943-44 [9]: album
Exhibition selected from the permanent collection

II.1.109.5 Thirty-Five Serigraphs

[DR]; 1945-47 [14]
Exhibition of serigraphs lent by members of the National Serigraph Society (formerly The Silk Screen Group) and WPA Art Program artists

II.1.109.6 35 Under 35

[P]; 1940-41 [8]: album
Exhibition directed by DCM
Exhibition incl. 5 paintings from the permanent collection and 30 paintings produced by artists working in the WPA Art Program
See note, II.1.56.9

II.1.109.7 C/E 1952-53: Thirty-four Paintings from the Whitney Museum of American Art

[P]; 1952-53 [8]
Selected by Hermon More, Director, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York

II.1.109.8 Thonet Chair

[D]; ca. 1953-54 [-] [proposed]
Proposed C/E version of MoMA Exh. #539, Thonet Furniture, 8/11-10/4 1953

II.1.110.1 Three Bronze Portraits: Despiau, Lachaise, Maillol

[S]; 1939-40 [5]: album
Exhibition also referred to in papers as "Three Bronzes "No checklist available

II.1.110.2 Three Centuries of American Architecture

[A, in models, plans, photographs + diagrams]; 1939-41 [12]: album

Based on architecture section, organized by John McAndrew, of MoMA Exh. #76a, Three Centuries of American Art, installed Musée du Jeu de Paume, Paris, under the auspices of the French Government, Summer 1938

installed at the Museum 2/15-3/15 1939 (MoMA Exh. #83)
See also, I.24.13.5 for corresp. relevant to MoMA Exh. #76a

II.1.110.3 Three Circulating Exhibitions

ca. 1949-53

Three exhibitions shown simultaneously at the Museum, 8-10/1949, before beginning national tours:

•MoMA Exh. #418, Sculpture by Painters, see II.1.100.3
•MoMA Exh. #419, Painting and Sculpture in Architecture, see II.1.89.6
•MoMA Exh. #420, Postage Stamp Design, see II.1.93.3

II.1.110.4 Three Mexican Artists: Rivera, Orozco, Siqueiros

[P]; 1938-39 [10]: album
See also, II.1.97.11 for a related exhibition

II.1.110.5.1 Three Modern Painters: Feininger, Hartley, Beckmann

[P&S]; 1955-57 [12] [2 folders]

II.1.110.5.2 Three Modern Painters: Feininger, Hartley, Beckmann

Folder 5.2 incl. 1 ALS Jacques Lipchitz-JS (1955)

II.1.111.1.1 Three Modern Styles

[P]; 1949-52 [20] [6 folders]
MoMA Exh. #452, 7/11-9/5 1950
Folder 1.4 incl. 1 ALS Margaret S. Barr-Libby Tannenbaum (1949)

II.1.111.1.2 Three Modern Styles
II.1.111.1.3 Three Modern Styles
II.1.111.1.4 Three Modern Styles
II.1.111.1.5 Three Modern Styles
II.1.111.1.6 Three Modern Styles

Folder 1.6 incl. 2 TLS JTS-Tannenbaum (1951)
1 TLS JTS-Virginia Pearson (1952)
4 ALS Kay Sage Tanguy-Tannenbaum (1949)
See also, Series I.20 Sales and Rentals of Copies of Exhibitions Abroad and II.1.111.2 for related material

II.1.111.2.1 Three Modern Styles

[PP, CR + photographic panels]; 1952-55 [15] [2 folders]
Excerpted from II.1.111.1

Incl. photographic panels from original exhibition, with color reproductions and photographs substituted for the original works

II.1.111.2.2 Three Modern Styles
II.1.111.3 Three-Picture Exhibition: Matisse, Derain, Rouault

[P]; 1935-36 [12]: album
Exhibition incl. Henri Matisse, Interior with a Violin Case, 1918-19)
André Derain, Still Life, ca. 1910
Georges Rouault, The Spectacled Man (Man with Spectacles), 1917

II.1.112.1 Three Post-War Houses

[A, in photographs + plans]; 1948-51 [17]: album
Exhibition examined three houses built by Marcel Breuer, John van der Meulen, Ralph Rapson and Hugh Stubbins, Jr
See also, Series I.20 Sales and Rentals of Copies of Exhibitions Abroad for related material

II.1.112.2 Three Young Photographers

[PP]; 1948 [1]
MoMA Exh. #359, 9/30-1/7 1947
34 prints by Leonard McCombe, Wayne Miller and Homer Page, arranged by Edward Steichen

II.1.112.3 Tomorrow's Small House

[A]; ca. 1945 [-] [proposed]
MoMA Exh. #289, 5/29-9/30 1945
Folder incl. corresp. with Ladies Home Journal regarding possible circulation of exhibition

II.1.112.4 Tricks in Movie-making

(S35); [F, in photographs + text]; ca. 1941-42 [-]
Young People's Rotating Exhibition. No itinerary or checklist available

II.1.112.5 Tunisian Triumph

[PP]; 1943-44 [11]: album
MoMA Exh. #233, Tunisian Triumph: War Photographs by Eliot Elisofon, 6/17-7/25 1943

II.1.112.6 Twelve American Paintings

[P]; ca. 1940 [-]; [NF]
See II.1.90.5

II.1.112.7 Twelve Americans of Our Time

(A17). [CR]; 1943-45 [18]: album
Educational Project

Exhibition incl. works by Jean Charlot, Ernest Fiene, William Gropper, George O "Pop ", Hart, Marsden Hartley, Edward Hopper, Mervin Jules, Morris Kantor, Jules Pascin, Diego Rivera, John Sloan, Grant Wood

Previous version, titled Four Americans of Our Time, featured Charlot, Gropper, Hopper, Wood

Folder incl.:
1 ALS Hartley-Victor D'Amico (1942)
1 TLS Hopper-D'Amico (1942)
1 ALS Kantor-D'Amico (n.d.)
1 ALS Jules-D'Amico (n.d.)

II.1.112.8 Twelve Contemporary Painters

[P]; 1944-45 [12]: album
First in a series of exhibitions intended to introduce artists at mid career to a broader national audience
See also, II.1.100.5

Exhibition incl. works by Darrel Austin, Francisco Christofanetti, Matta (Sebastian Antonio Matta Echaurren), John Ferren, Morris Graves, Arshile Gorky, Jacob Lawrence, Loren MacIver, Jackson Pollock, I. Rice Pereira, Walter Steumpfig, Andrew Wyeth

Folder incl. 1 TLS JTS-EC (n.d.)
1 TLS Agnes Magruder Gorky-EC (1945)
1 TLS Peggy Guggenheim-EC (1944)
1 ALS Mrs. John Ferren-EC (1944)

II.1.112.9 Twelve Masterpieces of Modern Painting

[CR]; ca. 1940-41 [-]
No itinerary or checklist
Folder incl. exhibitors' contracts

II.1.112.10 Twelve Sculptors of the 20th Century

[S]; 1954-56 [16]

II.1.113.1 Twelve Small Pictures

[P]; 1941-42 [11]: album
Exhibition also referred to in papers as "Twelve French Painters: Small Pictures by Leading Artists "Folder incl. 2 ALS Pierre Matisse-EC (1941)

II.1.113.2.1 Twentieth-Century Drawings

[DR]; 1944-46 [15]: album [2 folders]
Based upon MoMA Exh. #252, Modern Drawings, 2/16-5/10 1944

II.1.113.2.2 Twentieth-Century Drawings

Folder 2.2 incl. 1 TLS Lyonel Feininger-John Gordon (1945)
1 postcard JTS-EC (1944)

II.1.113.3 Twentieth-Century European Painters

[CR]; 1947-54 [39]
Sequel to Nineteenth-Century Leaders of Modern Painting
See II.1.86.10
Venues incl. 1 booking not on itinerary: Antioch College, Yellow Springs, OH, 4.5-4.19 1954

II.1.113.4.1 Twentieth-Century Master Movements: Cubism

[P]; 1950-54 [22] [2 folders]
Assembled by Libby Tannenbaum, with AHB as curatorial advisor
Majority of works selected from the permanent collection
See also, Series I.20 Sales and Rentals of Copies of Exhibitions Abroad for related material

II.1.113.4.2 Twentieth-Century Master Movements: Cubism
II.1.113.5 Twentieth-Century Master Movements: Fauvism

[P]; ca. 1950 [-] [proposed]
Folder incl. 1 TLS John Hay Whitney-JS (1950)

II.1.113.6.1 Twentieth-Century Master Movements: Futurism

[P]; 1950-52 [11] [2 folders]
Assembled by Libby Tannenbaum, with AHB as curatorial advisor

II.1.113.6.2 Twentieth-Century Master Movements: Futurism

Folder 6.2 incl. 1 TLS A. Conger Goodyear-Tannenbaum (1950)

II.1.114.1.1 Twentieth-Century Master Movements: German Expressionism

[P]; 1951-53 [11] [2 folders]

Exhibition incl. works by Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Erich Heckel, Karl Schmidt-Rottluff, Emil Nolde, Otto Mueller, Max Pechstein

II.1.114.1.2 Twentieth-Century Master Movements: German Expressionism
II.1.114.2 Twentieth-Century Paintings

[P]; 1941-42 [3]: album

II.1.114.3 Twentieth-Century Paintings

[P]; 1936 [1]
Exhibition organized by the Museum as one of the first exhibitions at The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, FL
Exhibition incl. works from the Museum Collection as well as paintings loaned by members of the society
No itinerary or checklist available

II.1.114.4.1 Twentieth-Century Portraits

[P]; 1943-44 [9] [4 folders]
MoMA Exh. #209, 12/9 1942-1/24 1943
Assembled by MW
Exhibition revised 10/1943

II.1.114.4.2 Twentieth-Century Portraits
II.1.114.4.3 Twentieth-Century Portraits
II.1.114.4.4 Twentieth-Century Portraits
II.1.114.5 Twentieth-Century Sculpture and Constructions

[S, + photographic panels]; 1941-43 [6]: album
MoMA Exh. #199, 10/2-10/26 1942
Wall label texts prepared by Margaret Miller
Folder incl. 4 ALS Alexander Calder-EC (1941)

II.1.114.6 Twenty Lithographs

A4); [DR]; 1943-47 [36]: album
Educational Project

II.1.114.7 Twenty Twentieth-Century Paintings

[P]; 1940-41 [13]: album

II.1.114.8 Twenty-five Paintings from the Lillie P. Bliss Collection

[P]; 1935 [4]: album
MoMA Exh. #34a, The Lillie P. Bliss Collection, 5/14-9/12 1934

II.1.115.1 Twenty-five Watercolors by Six Americans from the Permanent Collection

[P]; 1935-37 [14]: album

Twenty-five Watercolors by American Artists :
[P]; 1938-40 [14]
album

First exhibition also referred to in papers as "Twenty-five American Watercolors from the Permanent Collection "Second exhibition cited is a later version of the first

II.1.115.2 Twenty-nine Reproductions from the Museum

[CR]; 1954-55 [1]; [NF]
Special exhibition organized for the Spence School, New York, 10.20 1954-10.20 1955

II.1.115.3 Twenty-six Drawings from the Permanent Collection

[DR, PR]; 1936-39 [17]: album
Works were gifts of Abby Aldrich Rockefeller (Mrs. John D., Jr.)

II.1.115.4.1 Two Cities: Planning in North and South America

[A, in photographs, models + drawings]; 1947-49 [7] [2 folders]
MoMA Exh. #352, 6/24-9/21 1947
Directed by Susanne Wasson-Tucker

Exhibition focused on the Cidade dos Motores, Brazil, designed by Paul Lester and José Sert and the Michael Reese Hospital Project, Chicago, Walter Gropius, architectural consultant

Small version circulated to Lima, Peru, 1947, under the 6th Pan-American Congress of Architects

Exhibition also referred to as "Two New Cities"

II.1.115.4.2 Two Cities: Planning in North and South America
II.1.115.5 Two Years of War in England

[PP]; 1942-43 [6]: album
MoMA Exh. #177, Two Years of War in England: Photographs by William Vandivert, 4/15-6/10 1942

II.1.115.6.1 Understanding African Negro Sculpture

[S+PP]; 1952-55 [16] [2 folders]
MoMA Exh. #515, 7/1-10/5 1952
Designed and installed by Carlus Dyer
32 photographs of sculpture taken by Eliot Elisofon, life magazine photographer, and 7 original sculptures

II.1.115.6.2 Understanding African Negro Sculpture
II.1.115.7 Understanding the Child Through Art, I, II

[DR, P, PP]; I, 1944-48 [36], album
II, 1944-47 [29], album
MoMA Exh. #253, 2/25-4/2 1944

Prepared by the Educational Program in cooperation with the Committee on Art in American Education and Society

See also, II.1.45.6, II.1.50.10 and II.1.115.8 for related exhibitions, and Series I.20 Sales and Rentals of Copies of Exhibitions Abroad for related material

II.1.115.8 Understanding the Child Through Art, I, II

[Slide Talk]; I, 1944-55 [73]
II, 1945-54 [51]

II.1.115.9 Unit Furniture

[D, in photo/text panels]; 1946-48 [14]: album
Exhibition sold to exhibitor, 1948
See also, Series I.20 Sales and Rentals of Copies of Exhibitions Abroad for related material

II.1.115.10 United Hemisphere Poster Competition

Lge. version; [D]; 1943-44 [8]: album
MoMA Exh. #201, 10/21-11/24 1942

Selection of winning posters from over 800 entries in a competition sponsored by the Museum in 1942 on the theme of the united front in the Western Hemisphere during WWII

Exhibition also referred to in papers as "United Hemisphere Competition Posters"
See also, II.1.115.11 and II.1.115.12

II.1.115.11 United Hemisphere Posters Competition

Sm. version; [D] [Nonwinners]; 1942-43 [6]: album
See note, II.1.115(10
Selection of nonwinning posters
Exhibition also referred to in papers as "United Hemisphere Competition Posters"

II.1.115.12 United Hemisphere Posters

A18); [D]; 1943-44 [4]: album
Educational Project
Exhibition contents later given to Educational Program director Victor D'Amico
See note, II.1.115.10

II.1.115.13 U.S. Army Illustrators of Fort Custer, Michigan

[P+DR]; 1942-43 [15]: album
MoMA Exh. #170, 2/4-3/10 1942

II.1.116.1 U.S. Government War Posters

[D]; 1942-44 [7]: album

II.1.116.2 United States Stage Designs

[T]; ca. 1950 [-] [proposed]

Proposed for the Department of the Army, Office of the Under Secretary, Reorientation Branch, for exhibition in Osaka, Japan. Exhibition also referred to in papers as "United States Stage and Costume Designs"

II.1.116.3 U.S. War Posters

(A9); [D]; 1943-44 [7]
Educational Project
Exhibition also referred to in papers as "United States Wartime Posters "Folder incl. itinerary and checklist only

II.1.116.4 Useful Objects

[D]; 1946-47 [-] [cancelled]
MoMA Exh. #336, 11/26 1946-1/26 1947
See also, II.1.66.2

II.1.116.5.1 Useful Objects of American Design Under $10

[D]; 1941-42 [5]: album [2 folders]
MoMA Exh. #117, 11/26-12/24 1940
Papers suggest exhibition was organized by Eliot Noyes, Director, Department of Industrial Design

II.1.116.5.2 Useful Objects of American Design Under $10
II.1.116.6 Useful Objects Under $5

[D]; 1938-39 [7]: album
MoMA Exh. #80, Useful Household Objects Under $5.00, 9/28-10/28 1938
First in a series of annual exhibitions intended to illustrate the aesthetic value of contemporary mass-produced objects
See also, II.1.66.2

II.1.116.7 Useful Objects Under $5

S21); [D]; 1941-43 [9]: album
Young People's Rotating Exhibition. Records indicate exhibition may have been based on II.1.116.5

II.1.116.8.1 Useful Objects Under $10

[D]; 1941-44 [10]: album [2 folders]
MoMA Exh. #93, Useful Objects of American Design Under $10, 12/7 1939-1/7 1940

II.1.116.8.2 Useful Objects Under $10
II.1.117.1.1 Variety in Abstraction

[P]; 1944-46 [11]: album [2 folders]
Directed by JJS

Exhibition focused on two major trends in abstract art and incl. works by Jean (Hans) Arp, Georges Braque, Marcel Duchamp, Wassily Kandinsky, Paul Klee, Fernand Léger, Kasimir Malevich, André Masson, Matta (Sebastian Antonio Matta Echaurren), Joan Miró, Piet Mondrian, Pablo Picasso

Exhibition revised 1945

II.1.117.1.2 Variety in Abstraction

Folder 1.2 incl. 1 ALS László Moholy-Nagy-EC (1944)

II.1.117.2.1 The Versatile Medium

[P]; 1952-56 [29] [2 folders]
Exhibition incl. 40 watercolors and gouaches from the Museum Collection

II.1.117.2.2 The Versatile Medium
II.1.117.3 Jacques Villon Print Show

[PR]; ca. 1954-55 [-] [proposed]
Exhibition also referred to as "Prints by Jacques Villon "No itinerary available
Records indicate proposed venues in Detroit, Ottawa and Toronto

II.1.117.4 War Cartoons by Hoffmeister and Peel

[DR]; 1943-44 [4*]: album
MoMA Exh. #228, War Caricatures by Hoffmeister and Peel, 5/12-6/13 1943

Featured the work of Czechoslovakian artists Adolf Hoffmeister and Antoine T. Peel

Itinerary incl
Educational Project venues
Under the single New England School Group booking, exhibition travelled to 9 venues

II.1.117.5 War Comes to the People, I, II

[PP]; I, 1941 [5]
II, 1941-42 [2]: album
MoMA Exh. #119, War Comes to the People: A Story Written with the Lens, 12/10 1940-1/5 1941
Exhibition of photographs by Therese Bonney

II.1.117.6 War Etchings by Goya and Dix

[DR]; 1938-40 [15]: album
50 etchings selected from Francisco Goya's Desastros de la Guerra (Disasters of War) series and Otto Dix's Der Krieg portfolio

II.1.117.7 War in Spain: Pen and Ink Drawings by Luis Quintanilla

[DR]; 1938-39 [3]: album
MoMA Exh. #74, Luis Quintanilla: An Exhibition of Drawings of the War in Spain, 3/15-4/18 1938

II.1.117.8 War Memorials

[A]; ca. 1945 [-] [proposed]
Exhibition proposed by Philip Johnson
Never assembled
See also, Percival Goodman War Memorial Model (MoMA Exh. #434, 1/17-2/22 1950) for a related exhibition

II.1.117.9 War Planes - Airbrush Paintings by Jerome Biederman

[P]; ca. 1943-44 [-]
No itinerary available
Corresp. with artists indicates that the exhibition made a tour of naval airstations, incl. those at Greencastle and Bunker Hill, IN

II.1.117.10 War Posters

[D]; 1944-45 [8]: album
Assembled from the dismantled exhibitions War Posters Today, I, II, and War Posters and Cartoons of the USSR
See II.1.118.2 and II.1.117.11, respectively
Exhibition incl. posters from Russia, China, the Netherlands, England, Canada, France, Czechoslovakia, the United States

II.1.117.11 War Posters and Cartoons of the USSR

[D+DR]; 1943-44 [6]: album
Posters lent to the Museum by Lt. J. D. Stamm, U.S.N.R., and the Soviet Embassy, Washington, D.C. Slide exhibition shown 1.1944
See also, II.1.117.10

Expository materials suggest a Slide Talk entitled Russian War Posters was offered for rental ca. 1943-46, as a supplement to the exhibition Posters by the Kukryniksi Trio (the Soviet artists Kuprianov, Krilov and Sokolov, who used the pen name Kukryniksi), which was organized in association with the Art Committee of the National Council of American-Soviet Friendship

No evidence of circulation

II.1.117.12 War Posters of the United Nations

[D]; 1942-44 [18]: album
Copy II of War Posters Today
See note, II.1.118.2

II.1.118.1 War Posters of World War II

[Slide Talk]; 1944-45 [4]: album

II.1.118.2.1 War Posters Today, I, II

[D]; I, 1942-44 [21] album
II, [18]: album [2 folders]
Copy II circulated under the title War Posters of the United Nations
See II.1.117.12

Exhibition War Posters assembled from contents of Copies I and II, and from War Posters and Cartoons of the USSR
See II.1.117.10 and II.1.117.11, respectively. Copy II was retitled War Posters of the United Nations

See also, II.1.117.12 for itinerary and other related materials

II.1.118.2.2 War Posters Today, I, II
II.1.118.3 Wartime Furniture

[D]; ca. 1942 [-] [proposed]
Exhibition proposal originated from Wartime Housing exhibition
See II.1.118.4
Folder incl. memo Edgar Kaufmann, Jr.-EC (5.1.1942)

II.1.118.4.1 Wartime Housing

[A, in photo/text panels]; 1942-43 [8]: album [2 folders]
MoMA Exh. #178, 4/22-6/21 1942
Designed and assembled by Eliot Noyes and based on the OWI exhibition U.S. Housing in War and Peace
See notes, II.1.718 and II.1.118.3

II.1.118.4.2 Wartime Housing
II.1.118.5 Wartime Posters, I, II

(S53); [D] [2 copies]; 1942-44 [I, 12], [II, 14]: album
Young People's Rotating Exhibition

II.1.118.6 Wartime Posters of the Allied Nations

A8); [D]; 1943-45 [15]: album
Exhibition transferred from the Educational Program to the DCE

II.1.118.7 Watercolors and Drawings by Six Cuban Painters

[P]; 1944-46 [16]: album
Drawn from MoMA Exh. #255, Modern Cuban Painters, 3/17-5/7 1944

II.1.118.8 Watercolors, Drawings and Prints by French Artists

[P, DR, PR]; n.d. [-]
Selected from the Museum Collection. No itinerary or checklist available

II.1.118.9 Edward Weston

[PP]; 1946-47 [9]
Drawn from MoMA Exh. #311, The Photographs of Edward Weston, 2/11-3/31 1946
Retrospective directed by Nancy Newhall.

II.1.119.1.1 What Is Good Design?

[D]; 1942-45 [17]: album [2 folders]
MoMA Exh. #160, Useful Objects Under $10, 12/2 1941-1/4 1942
Exhibition of household objects. Exhibition revised 1944-45
Exhibition also referred to in papers as "What Is Good Design in Useful Objects?"

II.1.119.1.2 What Is Good Design?
II.1.119.2 What Is Good Poster Design?

[D]; ca. 1942 [-]
No itinerary or checklist available
However, administrative records indicate circulation to colleges

II.1.119.3.1 What Is Modern Architecture?, I, II

[A, in photographic panels]
I, 1938-41 [23]
II, 1939-42 [26]: album [2 folders]

Last three venues listed for Copy II on exhibition itinerary are identical to those listed for II.1.119(4), and refer to exhibition sections A and B

II.1.119.3.2 What Is Modern Architecture?, I, II
II.1.119.4 What Is Modern Architecture?

(S22, sects. A&B); [A, in photographic panels]; 1941-45
A [8], B [14], A/B [15]
Young People's Rotating Exhibition
Sold to exhibitor, 1946

II.1.119.5 What Is Modern Architecture?

[Slide Talk]; ca. 1940 [-] [proposed]
Folder incl. outline and typescript

II.1.120.1.1 What Is Modern Painting?

[CR]; 18 mounted copies, 2 unmounted
1944-56 [422]: album [7 folders]
MoMA Exh. #280, 3/6-3/25 1945
Wall texts written by AHB
One of a series of exhibitions produced in multiple copies for purchase
See note, II.1.49.1
Australian tour, 1945
Folders incl. installation photographs
See also, II.1.121.1, I.4.2.10, I.17.9.10, and Series I.20 Sales and Rentals of Copies of Exhibitions Abroad for related materials

II.1.120.1.2 What Is Modern Painting?
II.1.120.1.3 What Is Modern Painting?
II.1.120.1.4 What Is Modern Painting?
II.1.120.1.5 What Is Modern Painting?
II.1.120.1.6 What Is Modern Painting?
II.1.120.1.7 What Is Modern Painting?
II.1.121.1.1 What Is Modern Painting?

[Slide Talk; 8 copies]; 1944-55 [235] [2 folders]
See also, II.1.120.1

II.1.121.1.2 What Is Modern Painting?
II.1.121.2 What Is Modern Sculpture? I, II

[Slide Talks]
I [2 copies], 1944-53 [38]
II [2 copies], 1945-53 [24]
Copy I consisted of small-scale slides, Copy II of large-format slides

II.1.121.3 Whitney Museum of American Art 1950 Annual Exhibition of Contemporary Artists

ca. 1951 [-] [proposed]

II.1.121.4 Wood Block Prints in Color

[PR]; 1944-47 [23]
Exhibition incl. prints by Werner Drewes, Louis Schanker, Charles Smith

II.1.121.5.1 The Wooden House in America

[A, in photo/text panels, plans + model]; 1940-44 [22]: album [2 folders]
MoMA Exh. #146, 9/9-9/30 1941
Exhibition sent on extended loan to National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, 1944

II.1.121.5.2 The Wooden House in America

Folder 5.2 incl. 2 TLS Marcel Breuer-EC (1940)
2 TLS Gregory Ain-Elizabeth Mock (1940)
7 TLS, 1 ALS John Funk-Mock (1940)
2 TLS George Howe-AHB (1941)

II.1.121.6 W.P.A. Industrial War Posters

[D]; ca. 1942 [-] [?proposed]
No itinerary available

II.1.121.7 World of Illusion I: Elements of Stage Design

[T, in photo/text panels + set models]; 1947-50 [18]: album
MoMA Exh. #360, 10/14 1947-1/4 1948
Directed by George Amberg

Exhibition incl. designs by Adolphe Appia, Robert Edmond Jones, Isamu Noguchi, Georges Braque, Fernand Léger, Edward Burrá

Exibitions I and II sold to exhibitor, 1950
See also, II.1.122.1 and Series I.20 Sales and Rentals of Copies of Exhibitions Abroad for related materials

II.1.122.1 World of Illusion II: Movement and Gesture

[T, in photo/text panels]; 1948-53 [21]
See note, II.1.121.7

II.1.122.2 Yank "Illustrates the War

[PP]; 1943-44 [16]: album
MoMA Exh. #222, 3/17-4/18 1943
Assembled by JTS
Folder incl. original drawings, sketches, cartoons, illustrations and photographs from the U.S. Army magazine Yank

II.1.122.3.1 C/E 56-7: Young American Painters

[P]; 1956-58 [15]
See also, I.4.3.9 for additional promotional material

II.1.122.3.2 Young American Painters
II.1.123.1 Young American Printmakers

[PR]; 1950-53 [16]
Assembled by JS

II.1.123.2.1 Young American Printmakers

[PR]; 1954-57 [15]: album, I/C/E-1 [7 folders]

MoMA Exh. #547, 11/25 1953-1/24 1954, sponsored by the Junior Council with WSL as curatorial advisor. Expanded version (70 prints) of ICE-F-1-52, selected by WSL

U.S. representation at the Internationale Graphik, Salzburg, 1952, and circulated throughout Austria and to the Federal Republic of Germany, 1952-53 (6 venues in all)

Dispersed 1953
See also: ICE-F-16-53 (sm. version)
Latin American tour, 1958-59
Destroyed in warehouse fire in Guatemala, 7.15 1959. ICE-F-31-57

Transferred from domestic circulation for tour of Norway under the auspices of the Rijksgalleriet, Oslo, 1957-58 (12 venues)

Returned to New York and dispersed, 1958

Administrative records indicate special showing of "international copy" at Brandeis University, Waltham, MA, 5/20-6/20 1954 (not incl. in domestic venue total)

II.1.123.2.2 Young American Printmakers
II.1.123.2.3 Young American Printmakers
II.1.123.2.4 Young American Printmakers
II.1.123.2.5 Young American Printmakers
II.1.123.2.6 Young American Printmakers
II.1.123.2.7 Young American Printmakers
Bundle 124 Creative Photography

Exhibition panels
32x43.5"

Bundle 125 Elements of Design

Exhibition panels
20x25"

Bundle 126 Look at Your Neighborhood

Exhibition panels
29x40"

II.2 Exhibitions, 1959-1969 1931-1990

485 Folders stored in 20 10.25 "x12.5x15.5 "storage boxes; 57 8.5 "x11 "photograph albums; 31 linear feet

Due to the complexity of the collection and the historical organization of the material, folders in this series have been numbered in the following manner: [Series].[Subseries].[Box].[Folder]
Some folders were later split into two or more folders and their numbering is as follows: [Series].[Subseries].[Box].[Folder].[Sub-folder]

Folder Title
II.2.127.1.1 C/E 59-1 Architecture Worth Saving, Work Folder

[A]; 1958-61 [15]
MoMA Exh. #634, 10/8-12/15 1958
installed by Wilder Green, Assistant Director, Architecture and Design. Organized in collaboration with the National Trust for Historic Preservation and The Architectural Forum
incl. important buildings "recently destroyed, doomed, or delivered"

II.2.127.1.2 C/E 59-1: Architecture Worth Saving, Photographs
II.2.127.2.1 C/E 59-2: Made in New York State--Drawings and Watercolors from The Museum of Modern Art, Work Folder

[DR]; 1959-60 [10]
Works selected from the permanent collection by DCM; initially shown at the New York State Fair, Syracuse, 9/4-9/12 1959
Incl. report from Barbara Clayton Rex (Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum)

II.2.127.2.2 C/E 59-2: Made in New York State--Drawings and Watercolors from The Museum of Modern Art, Registrar
II.2.127.2.3 C/E 59-2: Made in New York State--Drawings and Watercolors from The Museum of Modern Art, Photgraphs
II.2.127.3.1 C/E 59-3: The New Spanish Painting and Sculpture, "Work Folder"

[P&S]; 1960-62 [9]: album
MoMA Exh. #668, 7/20-9/28 1960
50 paintings and sculptures by 16 artists, selected by FOH
Folders labeled "Young Spanish Painters"
Incl. corresp.: Martin Chilino, Francesco (Ricart) Farreras, Richard Hodgson, Lucio Munoz, S. J. Zacks

II.2.127.3.2 C/E 59-3: The New Spanish Painting and Sculpture, "Correspondence"

Mrs. Melvin B. Black, Rafael Canogar, Eduardo Chillida, Chilino, Modest Cuixart, Carlton Lake (Atlantic Monthly), Manolo Millares, FOH, Manuel Rivera, Antonio Saura, Emily Staempfli, Antoni Tàpies, Joan Josep Tharrats

II.2.127.3.3 C/E 59-3: The New Spanish Painting and Sculpture, Loans and Lenders

Incl. corresp.: Starke Anderson (Gres Gallery), J. R. Arnaud (Galerie Arnaud), Chilino, Farreras, Walter Goodhue, Paul L. Joachim, Daniel Lelong (Galerie Maeght), Alexander Lowenthal, Munoz, Morton Neumann, Beatrice Perry, Rivera, Saura, Pablo Serrano, Tharrats, Manuel Viola, Evangeline Zalstem-Zalessky

II.2.127.3.4 C/E 59-3: The New Spanish Painting and Sculpture, Publicity: General and Catalogue

Incl. Wilson Burdett (Elizabeth Arden) corresp

II.2.127.3.5 C/E 59-3: The New Spanish Painting and Sculpture, Photographs
II.2.127.4.1 C/E 59-4: Fifteen Polish Painters, "Work Folder [1]"

[P]; 1961 [6]
MoMA Exh. #690, 8/1-10/3 1961 (west galleries), 8/1-10/1 1961 (east galleries)
60 works selected by Peter Selz
Two works in poor condition were removed from the exhibition before it was shown at the National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, 11/26/1961, under the title Thirteen Polish Painters
Folders labeled "Young Polish Painters."

II.2.127.4.2 C/E 59-4: Fifteen Polish Painters, "Work Folder [2]"
II.2.127.4.3 C/E 59-4: Fifteen Polish Painters, "Loan & Lenders"

Incl. Joseph Alsop corresp

II.2.127.4.4 C/E 59-4: Fifteen Polish Painters, "Loan & Lenders"

Incl. Piotr Potworowski corresp

II.2.127.4.5 C/E 59-4: Fifteen Polish Painters, Interoffice Memoranda

"Correspondence"

II.2.127.4.6 C/E 59-4: Fifteen Polish Painters, "Import/Export"
II.2.127.4.7 C/E 59-4: Fifteen Polish Painters, Photographs
II.2.127.5.1 C/E 59-5: Haniwa, "Work Folder"

[S]; 1959-60 [5]
Exhibition from the Tokyo National Museum lent by the Japanese Government
Circulated by the International Program for the Asia Society, Asia House, New York
PAM was a member of the Asia Society Gallery committee
Incl. John D. Rockefeller, 3rd (Asia Society) corresp

II.2.127.5.2 C/E 59-5: Haniwa, "Publicity"
II.2.127.6 C/E 59-6 Recent American Painting: 17 Abstract Expressionists

[PP]; 1959 [1]
Exhibition arranged through Governor Nelson A. Rockefeller and shown at the Albany Institute of History and Art, 9/25-10/25 1959
Works selected by DCM from ICE-F-36-57, The New American Painting, Organized for European tour
installed at the Museum 5/28-9/8 1959 (MoMA Exh. #645),
Dispersed 1959.x
See also, ICE Archive.

II.2.128.1.1 C/E 59-7: The Drawings of Joseph Stella, "Work Folder"

[D]; 1960-62 [14]
MoMA Exh. #675, 10/26-11/13 1960; selected by James Schuyler and Elaine Johnson.

II.2.128.1.2 C/E 59-7: The Drawings of Joseph Stella, "Loan & Lenders"

Incl. autobiographical notes (typescript); Edith Gregor Halpert (Downtown Gallery) corresp

II.2.128.1.3 C/E 59-7: The Drawings of Joseph Stella, Photographic Material

Incl. photostats of works by artist; 1 image of artist

II.2.128.1.4 C/E 59-7: The Drawings of Joseph Stella, General
II.2.128.2.1 C/E 59-8: The Artist in His Studio, "Work Folder"

[PP]; 1960-64 [29]
MoMA Exh. #653, The Artist in His Studio--Photographs by Alexander Liberman, 10/29 1959-1/13 1960; selected by WSL. SP-ICE-27-61; European tour: 17 venues, 1961-66,
Dispersed 1966
Incl. installation photographs

II.2.128.2.2 C/E 59-8: The Artist in His Studio, Interoffice Correspondence
II.2.128.3.1 C/E 59-9: Art Lending Service Retrospective, "Work Folder"

[P&S]; 1960-61 [8]
MoMA Exh. #657, 1/27-3/20 1960
Incl. Mrs. Bliss Parkinson corresp

II.2.128.3.2 C/E 59-9: Art Lending Service Retrospective, "Loans & Lenders"

Incl. corresp.: RDH, WSL, Eliot Noyes.

II.2.128.4 C/E 60-1: The Sense of Abstraction

[cancelled]; [PP]; ca. 1960 [-]
MoMA Exh. #659, The Sense of Abstraction in Contemporary Photography, 2/17-4/10 1960
codirected by Grace Mayer and Kathleen Haven.

II.2.128.5.1 C/E 60-2: Drawings by Philip Guston, Work Folder

[cancelled]; [DR]; ca. 1960 [-]
Exhibition cancelled because artist felt that best work, which was involved in another exhibition at that time, could not be represented; See also, II.2/138(2), proposed at a later date
incl. material re: II.2.138.2

II.2.128.5.2 C/E 60-2: Drawings by Philip Guston, Photographs
II.2.128.6.1 C/E 60-3: Portraits from the Collections of The Museum of Modern Art, "Work Folder"

[P]; 1961-64 [9]
MoMA Exh. #664, Portraits from the Museum Collection, 5/4-7/5 1960; reinstallation, 7/6-9/18 1960

II.2.128.6.2 C/E 60-3: Portraits from the Collections of The Museum of Modern Art, Lists, correspondence
II.2.128.7.1 C/E 60-4: The Intimate World of Lyonel Feininger, "Work Folder"

[DR, PR]; 1962-63 [10]
MoMA Exh. #717, 1/16-3/10 1963; selected by WSL and Elaine Johnson. ICE-F-65-61; tour: 13 venues, 1962-65. See also, ICE Archive
Incl. corresp.: Mrs. Andreas Feininger, T. Lux Feininger

II.2.128.7.2 C/E 60-4: The Intimate World of Lyonel Feininger, Photographs
II.2.128.8.1 C/E 60-5: Twentieth-Century Drawings from The Museum of Modern Art, "Work Folder"

[DR]; 1961-63 [15]
Based on MoMA Exh. #674, 100 Drawings from the Museum Collection, 10/11/1960-1/2/1961

II.2.128.8.2 C/E 60-5: Twentieth-Century Drawings from The Museum of Modern Art, Lists, Correspondence
II.2.128.8.3 C/E 60-5: Twentieth-Century Drawings from The Museum of Modern Art, Photographs
II.2.128.9.1 Untitled

[PR]; 1961-65 [17]
Works selected by WSL and Elaine Johnson from Dubuffet's Série des Phénomènes in the collection of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Colin, New York
Incl. Ralph Colin corresp

II.2.128.9.2 C/E 60-6: The Phenomena of Jean Dubuffet, Photographs
II.2.128.10.1 C/E 60-7: Matisse: "Jazz", "Work Folder"

[P]; 1961-63 [20]
MoMA Exh. #667, Jazz "by Henri Matisse, 6/17-9/19 1960
held in conjunction with Jazz in the Garden music series
Incl. Alexander Liberman corresp

II.2.128.10.2 C/E 60-7: Matisse: "Jazz", Registrar Records
II.2.128.11.1 C/E 60-8: Prints by Sickert, Valloton and Signac, "Work Folder"

[PR]; 1961-64 [14]
Selected from the Museum collection by Elaine Johnson. Sponsored by the CBS Foundation

II.2.128.11.2 C/E 60-8: Prints by Sickert, Valloton and Signac, Photographs
II.2.128.12.1 C/E 60-9: Recent Japanese Prints, "Work Folder"

[PR]; 1962-65 [19]
Selected from the permanent collection by WSL and Elaine Johnson
Sponsored by the CBS Foundation

II.2.128.2.2 C/E 60-9: Recent Japanese Prints, Photographs
II.2.128.13.1 C/E 60-10: Prints by Five German Expressionists, "Work Folder"

[PR]; 1961-63 [12]
Works by Erich Heckel, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Emil Nolde, Max Pechstein and Karl Schmidt-Rottluff, selected from the permanent collection by Elaine Johnson. Sponsored by the CBS Foundation

II.2.128.13.2 C/E 60-10: Prints by Five German Expressionists, Photographs
II.2.128.14 C/E 60-11: Visionary Architecture

[A, in photo/text panels]
1961-65 [4]
MoMA Exh. #670, 9/28-12/4 1960
organized by Arthur Drexler
Sponsored by the CBS Foundation

ICE-F-50-61 (copy 1); tour: 22 venues, 1961-65,
Dispersed 1965

ICE-F-69-62 (copy 2; duplicate of copy 1); tour: 12 venues, 1962-64,
Dispersed 1964

ICE-F-103-65 (copy 3); tour: 15 venues, 1965-68, shown VII Bienal do Museu de Arte Moderna, Sao Paulo, 9/4-11/28 1966, returned to U.S. 1968

Copies 1-3 adapted from MoMA Exh. #670
See II.2.132.11 for panel version
No itinerary available.

II.2.129.1 C/E 61-1: Rauschenberg: "Illustrations for Dante's "Inferno"

[cancelled], [NF]; [PR]; ca. 1961 [-]
See II.2.139.9

II.2.129.2 C/E 61-2: Picasso: Recent Linoleum Cuts

[proposed] [NF] [-]

II.2.129.3 C/E 61-3: Max Beckmann

[PR]; 1961-64 [10]
Selected by WSL, assisted by Elaine Johnson
Registrar records indicate a second version, possibly for viewing abroad (SP-ICE-33-63).

II.2.129.4 C/E 61-4: Master Prints

[proposed]; [NF]; [-]

II.2.129.5 C/E 61-5: Latin American Printmakers

[proposed]; [NF]; [-]

II.2.129.6.1 C/E 61-6: Leonard Baskin: Prints and Books, "Work Folder"

[PR]; 1963-65 [20]
Selected by WSL and Elaine Johnson. See also, ICE-F-54-61
Incl. 1 ALS Leonard Baskin

II.2.129.6.2 C/E 61-6: Leonard Baskin: Prints and Books, Photographs
II.2.129.7 C/E 61-7: Umberto Boccioni: His Graphic Art

[PR]; 1962-64 [8]
MoMA Exh. #686, Umberto Boccioni: Drawings and Etchings from the Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lewis Winston, 5/30-8/6 1960
directed by WSL, assisted by Elaine Johnson

SP-ICE-29-62, Umberto Boccioni: His Graphic Art; prepared for national circulation but withdrawn for installation at the Stedlijk Museum, Amsterdam, at the request of that museum's director
returned to U.S. for national circulation 1961, with 4 subsequent showings abroad

Dispersed 1965
Folder incl. Mrs. Harry Lewis Winston corresp.

II.2.129.8 C/E 61-8: Frasconi: Woodcuts

[proposed]; [NF]; [-]

II.2.129.9.1 C/E 61-9: Kurt Schwitters, "Work Folder"

[P]; 1962-63 [6]: album
Directed by William C. Seitz
Sponsored by the CBS Foundation
Prior to this exhibition, an unrelated exhibition of works by Schwitters was shown at the Bienal do Museu de Arte Moderna, Sao Paulo, 1962

II.2.129.9.2 Untitled
II.2.129.9.3 Untitled
II.2.129.10.1 C/E 61-10: René Magritte - Yves Tanguy, "Work Folder"

[P]; 1961-62 [7]
Directed by FOH
Sponsored by the CBS Foundation

II.2.129.10.2 C/E 61-10: René Magritte - Yves Tanguy, "Loans & Lenders"

Incl. corresp.: Jacques Gelman, Albert Lewin, Millard Meiss (reply from his secretary), Franois de Menil, John de Menil, Phillipa de Menil, Bernard Reis, George Staempfli, Samuel Wagstaff (Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford)

II.2.129.10.3 C/E 61-10: René Magritte - Yves Tanguy, "Registrar condition reports"
II.2.129.10.4 C/E 61-10: René Magritte - Yves Tanguy, Photographs
II.2.129.11.1 C/E 61-11: André Derain, "Work Folder"

[P]; 1962-63 [8]
Works selected from the permanent collection by AHB
Sponsored by the CBS Foundation

II.2.129.11.2 C/E 61-11: André Derain, Registrar Condition Reports
II.2.129.11.3 C/E 61-11: André Derain, Photographs
II.2.129.12.1 C/E 61-12: Edwin Dickinson, "Work Folder"

[P]; 1961-63 [12]
Selected by DCM

II.2.129.12.2 C/E 61-12: Edwin Dickinson, "Loans and Lenders"

Incl. corresp.: Philip C. Beam (Bowdoin College), Dickinson, Blanchette Rockefeller (Mrs. John D., 3rd)

II.2.129.12.3 C/E 61-12: Edwin Dickinson, Registrar Reports
II.2.129.12.4 C/E 61-12: Edwin Dickinson, Photographs
II.2.129.13.1 C/E 61-13: The Stieglitz Circle, "Work Folder"

[P]; 1962-63 [13]
Selected by Peter Selz. Sponsored by the CBS Foundation

II.2.129.13.2 C/E 61-13: The Stieglitz Circle, "Loans & Lenders"

Incl. corresp.: Lawrence A. Fleischman, Henry Sage Goodwin, Edith Gregor Halpert (Downtown Gallery), Wright Ludington, Henri Marceau (Philadelphia Museum of Art), Daniel Catton Rich (Worcester Art Museum), Max Zurier

II.2.129.13.3 C/E 61-13: The Stieglitz Circle, Registrar Reports
II.2.129.13.4 C/E 61-13: The Stieglitz Circle, Photographs
II.2.129.14.1 C/E 61-14: Drawings by Arshile Gorky, "Work Folder"

[DR]; 1962-64 [13]: album (6 vols.)
Selected by FOH from the artist's estate
Sponsored by the CBS Foundation
ICE-F-71-62: tours: 24 venues, 1962-64, 1964-68.
See also, ICE Archive

See albums II(3-23), I(1-33), III(26-59), IV(1-39A,B), IV(40-64a), IV(95-118) for restricted material not incl. in exhibition

Protected by Gorky Estate

Incl. Agnes Gorky Phillips corresp

II.2.129.14.2 Untitled
II.2.129.14.3 C/E 61-14: Drawings by Arshile Gorky, "Corres[pondence], Imports/Exports"
II.2.129.15 C/E 61-15: Picasso: "Guernica Studies"

[proposed]; [NF]; [-]

II.2.129.16.1 C/E 61-16: [proposed] Nine Artists from Chicago, Work Folder

[P&S]; ca. 1961-62 [-]

II.2.129.16.2 C/E 61-16: [proposed] Nine Artists from Chicago, Photographs
II.2.130.1.1 C/E 61-17: Recent American Painting and Sculpture, "Work Folder"

[P&S]; 1961-63 [9]
Selected by Alicia Legg. Funded by the CBS Foundation

SP-ICE-32-62; organized for a single showing at the Headquarters of the Finnish National Union of Students, Helsinki, and sponsored by the Program for Young American Culture, Yale University, New Haven, 7/20-8/7 1962

Returned to U.S. for continuation of national tour, 1962

II.2.130.1.2 C/E 61-17: Recent American Painting and Sculpture, "Loans & Lenders"
II.2.130.1.3 C/E 61-17: Recent American Painting and Sculpture, Registrar Records

Incl. lists; memos; corresp.; import/export documents

II.2.130.1.4 C/E 61-17: Recent American Painting and Sculpture, Photographs
II.2.130.2.1 C/E 61-18: Max Ernst, "Work Folder"

[P]; 1962-63 [10]
MoMA Exh. #680, 3/1-5/8 1961 (3rd floor galleries), 3/1-5/21 1961 (auditorium)
Directed by WSL. Funded by the CBS Foundation

II.2.130.2.2 C/E 61-18: Max Ernst, "Loans & Lenders"
II.2.130.2.3 C/E 61-18: Max Ernst, Registrar Records
II.2.130.3 C/E 61-19: [proposed] Francis Bacon"

[P]; ca. 1961 [-]

II.2.130.4.1 C/E 61-20: David Smith, "Work Folder"

[S]; 1961-63 [8]: album
Selected by FOH. Funded by the CBS Foundation
Incl. 1 ALS David Smith

II.2.130.4.2 C/E 61-20: David Smith, Photographs
II.2.130.5 C/E 61-21: Ivan Generalic

[proposed]; [-]
Incl. photographs only.

II.2.130.6 C/E 61-22: Les Fauves

[proposed]; [NF]; [-]

II.2.130.7 C/E 61-23 The American Scene Between the Wars

[P]; 1961-64 [18]
MoMA Exh. #684, America Seen Between the Wars, 4/26-8/7 1961
Selected by AHB from the permanent collection
Funded by the CBS Foundation.

II.2.130.8.1 C/E 61-24: U.S. Government Art Projects: Some Distinguished Alumni, "Work Folder"

[P&S]; 1963-64 [10]: album
Selected by DCM. Funded by the CBS Foundation.

II.2.130.8.2 C/E 61-24: U.S. Government Art Projects: Some Distinguished Alumni, "Loan & Lenders"
II.2.130.8.3 C/E 61-24: U.S. Government Art Projects: Some Distinguished Alumni, "Condition Reports and Memos and Lists"
II.2.130.8.4 C/E 61-24: U.S. Government Art Projects: Some Distinguished Alumni, Photographs
II.2.130.9 C/E 61-25: Apollinaire Circle

[proposed]; [NF]; [-]

II.2.130.10 C/E 61-26: Kupka: Studies

[proposed]; [NF]; [-]

II.2.130.11 C/E 61-27: New Art Abroad: Recent International Painting and Sculpture

[proposed]; [NF]; [-]

II.2.130.12 C/E 61-28: Hard Edge Abstract Painting

[proposed]; [NF]; [-]

II.2.130.13.1 C/E 61-29: The Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Heller, "Work Folder"

[P]; 1961-62 [7]: album
Selected by William C. Seitz
Incl. Ben Heller corresp

II.2.130.13.2 C/E 61-29: The Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Heller, "Catalogue"

Incl. typescript; corresp.: Heller, Robert Rosenblum

II.2.130.13.3 C/E 61-29: The Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Heller, Registrar Records
II.2.130.13.4 C/E 61-29: The Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Heller, Photographs
II.2.130.14.1 C/E 61-30: Recent Painting USA: The Figure, "Work Folder"

[P]; 1962-63 [8]
MoMA Exh. #707, 5/23-8/26 1962; organized by the Junior Council
Funded by the CBS Foundation
See also, ICE-F-55-61

II.2.130.14.2 C/E 61-30: Recent Painting USA: The Figure, "Loans & Lenders"
II.2.130.14.3 C/E 61-30: Recent Painting USA: The Figure, "Correspondence"
II.2.130.14.4 C/E 61-30: Recent Painting USA: The Figure, "Memos, Lists, Condition Records"
II.2.130.14.5 C/E 61-30: Recent Painting USA: The Figure, Photographs
II.2.131.1.1 C/E 61-31: What Is Modern Architecture?, "Work Folder"

[A, in photo/text panels]; 1962-70, 1975 [49]
See also, ICE-F-49-61
Venues incl. special showing at Concordia College, River Forest, IL, 4/7-5/3 1975

II.2.131.1.2 C/E 61-31: What Is Modern Architecture?, Lists, Memos, Publicity Reports
II.2.131.1.3 C/E 61-31: What Is Modern Architecture?, "Lists, Misc. Notes"
II.2.131.1.4 C/E 61-31: What Is Modern Architecture?, "Drexler Layouts"
II.2.131.1.5 C/E 61-31: What Is Modern Architecture?, "Correspondence"
II.2.131.1.6 C/E 61-31: What Is Modern Architecture?, "Photo Identification"
II.2.131.1.7 C/E 61-31: What Is Modern Architecture?, Photographs
II.2.131.2.1 C/E 61-32: Antoni Gaudí, "Work Folder"

[A, in photo/text panels]; 1961-66 [22]
MoMA Exh. #627, 12/18 1957-2/23 1958
Exhibition direction and catalogue by Henry-Russell Hitchcock
C/E version designed by Bernard Rudofsky in collaboration with the Department of Architecture and Design

II.2.131.2.2 C/E 61-32: Antoni Gaudí, "Production Orders to Compo and Misc. Memos"
II.2.131.3.1 C/E 61-33: Art Nouveau Graphics, "Work Folder"

[D]; 1962-63 [7]
Based on graphics survey section of MoMA Exh. #666, Art Nouveau, 6/8-8/6 1960
C/E version selected by Mildred Constantine.
Funded by the CBS Foundation

II.2.131.3.2 C/E 61-33: Art Nouveau Graphics, "Loans & Lenders"
II.2.131.3.3 C/E 61-33: Art Nouveau Graphics, Registrar Records
II.2.131.4 C/E 61-34: What Is Modern Interior Design?

[proposed]; [NF]; [-]

II.2.131.5 C/E 61-35: Movie Posters

[D]; 1961-64 [14]
MoMA Exh. #677, 12/14 1960-2/23 1961
C/E version selected by Mildred Constantine
Funded by the CBS Foundation.

II.2.131.6.1 C/E 61-36: Roads, "Work Folder"

[A, in photo/text panels + maps]; 1961-64 [20]
MoMA Exh. #691, 8/14-9/17 196
Organized by Bernard Rudofsky in collaboration with Arthur Drexler
Funded by the CBS Foundation
ICE-F-61-61; Latin American tour: 5 venues, 1964-65.

II.2.131.6.2 C/E 61-36: Roads, Photographs
II.2.131.6.3 C/E 61-36: Roads, "Correspondence Folder #1 [A-H]"
II.2.131.6.4 C/E 61-36: Roads, "Correspondence Folder #3 [I-Z]"
II.2.131.6.5 C/E 61-36: Roads, "Photo Sources - Misc. Notes"
II.2.131.6.6 C/E 61-36: Roads, "Incoming Requests for Information After Opening"
II.2.131.6.7 C/E 61-36: Roads, "Publicity Photos [Lists]"
II.2.131.6.8 C/E 61-36: Roads, "Invitation to MMA Opening, 9/14/61"
II.2.131.6.9 C/E 61-36: Roads, "Type (Misc.); Keyed Typeset Material; Misc. Other Data"

Incl. Rudofsky-Drexler corresp.; original installation layout

II.2.131.6.10 C/E 61-36: Roads, "Production Orders to Compo"
II.2.131.6.11 C/E 61-36: Roads, "Compo and Composing Room Bills"
II.2.131.6.12 C/E 61-36: Roads, "Text Research Notes"
II.2.131.6.13 C/E 61-36: Roads, "Roads - Latin America"
II.2.132.1.1 C/E 61-37: Stairs, "Work Folder"

[A, in photo/text panels]; 1961-65 [16]
MoMA Exh. #730, 10/9-12/1 1963
directed by Arthur Drexler, selected and designed by Bernard Rudofsky in collaboration with the Department of Architecture and Design
Funded by the CBS Foundation

II.2.132.1.2 C/E 61-37: Stairs, Photographs
II.2.132.1.3 C/E 61-37: Stairs, "Memos, Lists, Misc"
II.2.132.1.4 C/E 61-37: Stairs, "Exhibition Photo and Research Information"
II.2.132.1.5 C/E 61-37: Stairs, "C/E Fee and Letter of Acknowledgment"
II.2.132.1.6 C/E 61-37: Stairs, "Publicity Photos and Warehouse Showing, 10/19/61"

Does not contain photographs

II.2.132.1.7 C/E 61-37: Stairs, "Stat and Print Orders"
II.2.132.1.8 C/E 61-37: Stairs, "Production Orders to Compo"
II.2.132.1.9 C/E 61-37: Stairs, "Photo Sources"
II.2.132.1.10 C/E 61-37: Stairs, "Composing Room Text & Captions"
II.2.132.1.11 C/E 61-37: Stairs, "Letters Incoming After Showing"
II.2.132.1.12 C/E 61-37: Stairs, "Correspondence Folder #1 [A-K]"
II.2.132.1.13 C/E 61-37: Stairs, "Correspondence Folder #2 [L-Z]"
II.2.132.2.1 C/E 61-38: The Twentieth-Century House, "Work Folder"

[A, in photo/text panels]; 1962-68 [32]
Selected by Wilder Green, assisted by Ellen Marsh
Venues incl. 1 booking in Mexico City

II.2.132.2.2 C/E 61-38: The Twentieth-Century House, Photographs
II.2.132.2.3 C/E 61-38: The Twentieth-Century House, "General Corres[pondence] Folder #1 [A-H]"
II.2.132.2.4 C/E 61-38: The Twentieth-Century House, "General Corres[pondence] Folder #2 [I-Z]"
II.2.132.2.5 C/E 61-38: The Twentieth-Century House, "Schmertz-Green Original Requests"
II.2.132.2.6 C/E 61-38: The Twentieth-Century House, "Orders: Stats, Retouching, Prints, Plan Drawing"
II.2.132.2.7 C/E 61-38: The Twentieth-Century House, "Checklist and Names and Addresses of Architects Whose Work Appears in Exhibition"
II.2.132.2.8 C/E 61-38: The Twentieth-Century House, "Production Instructions to Compo"
II.2.132.2.9 C/E 61-38: The Twentieth-Century House, "Preliminary Research Notes/Photos Ordered"
II.2.132.2.10 C/E 61-38: The Twentieth-Century House, "Captions & Text"
II.2.132.2.11 C/E 61-38: The Twentieth-Century House, "Correspondence with Photographers"
II.2.132.2.12 C/E 61-38: The Twentieth-Century House, "Memos and Reports"
II.2.132.3 C/E 61-39 Frank Lloyd Wright

[A, in photo/text panels]; ca. 1961 [-]
No itinerary available; tour unconfirmed. Folder contains 2 items only.

II.2.132.4 C/E 61-40: Three Design Schools"

[proposed]; [NF]; [-]

II.2.132.5 C/E 61-41: Hardware

[proposed]; [NF] [D]; ca. 1961 [-]

II.2.132.6 C/E 61-42: Maillart"

[proposed]; [-]

II.2.132.7 C/E 61-43: [proposed]: Art of the Shakers

[D, in photo/text panels]; ca. 1968 [-]
Incl. project proposal.

II.2.132.8.1 C/E 61-44: Photographs by Irving Penn, "Work Folder"

[PP]; 1962-65 [14]
Selected by Edward Steichen
SP-ICE-26-61
Incl. Penn corresp

II.2.132.8.2 C/E 61-44: Photographs by Irving Penn, Registrar Records
II.2.132.8.3 C/E 61-44: Photographs by Irving Penn, Photographs
II.2.132.9.1 C/E 61-45: Steichen the Photographer, "Work Folder"

[PP]; 1961-63 [6]
MoMA Exh. #682,: Steichen the Photographer, 3/28-5/30 1961

Organized under the auspices of The International Council of The Museum of Modern Art in commemoration of Steichen's 82nd birthday

ICE-F-72-62; tours: 46 venues, 1963-70; reduced from 162 to 141 works in 1968
Incl. chronology

II.2.132.9.2 C/E 61-45: Steichen the Photographer, Registrar Record

Incl. memos; corresp
import/export documentation.

II.2.132.10.1 C/E 61-46: Orozco: Studies for the Murals at Dartmouth College, "Work Folder"

[DR]; 1962-64 [16]
MoMA Exh. #698,: Orozco: Studies for the Dartmouth Murals, 11/22 1961-1/21 1962
Selected by Elaine Johnson from the collection of Clemente Orozco, the late artist's son
ICE-F-98-64,: Orozco: Studies for a Mural

Latin American and Australian tours: 7 venues, 1964-66,
Dispersed 1966

II.2.132.10.2 C/E 61-46: Orozco: Studies for the Murals at Dartmouth College, Registrar Records

Incl. Clemente Orozco corresp.

II.2.1132.11.1 C/E 61-47: Visionary Architecture, "Work Folder"

(panel version); [A]; 1961-65 [24]
See also, II.2.128.14

II.2.132.11.2 C/E 61-47: Visionary Architecture, "Misc. Memos and Lists"
II.2.132.11.3 C/E 61-47: Visionary Architecture, "Instructions for Production"
II.2.133.1 C/E 61-48: Vernacular Graphics of Japan, "Work Folder"

[D]; 1962-65 [7]
MoMA Exh. #687,: Japanese Vernacular Graphics, 6/3-7/16 1961

30 maps, illustrated books and other works from the collection of Bernard Rudofsky, selected by Rudofsky and Mildred Constantine
Organized in cooperation with the Japan Society, New York
Folder labeled "Vernacular Graphic Art from Japan"

II.2.133.1.2 C/E 61-48: Vernacular Graphics of Japan, Registrar Records
II.2.133.2 C/E 61-49: Lucien Clergue and Yasuhiro Ishimoto, "Work Folder"

[PP]; 1962-65 [15]
MoMA Exh. #694,: Diogenes with a Camera V; 9/26-11/12 1961
Directed by Edward Steichen
C/E version directed by Steichen, assisted by Grace Mayer

II.2.133.2.2 C/E 61-49: Lucien Clergue and Yasuhiro Ishimoto, Registrar Records
II.2.133.2.3 C/E 61-49: Lucien Clergue and Yasuhiro Ishimoto, Photographs
II.2.133.3 C/E 61-50: Harry Callahan - Robert Frank, "Work Folder"

[PP]; 1962-65 [15]
MoMA Exh. #701,: Harry Callahan and Robert Frank, 1/30-4/1 1962
Directed by Edward Steichen, assisted by Grace Mayer
Incl. Callahan corresp

II.2.133.3.2 C/E 61-50: Harry Callahan - Robert Frank, Registrar Records
II.2.133.4 C/E 61-51: Reuben Nakian, "Work Folder"

[S]; 1962-63 [2]
ICE-F-52-61,: U.S. Representation: VI Bienal do Museu de Arte Moderna, Sao Paulo, 9/1961-12/1961
selected by FOH

II.2.133.4.2 C/E 61-51: Reuben Nakian, Registrar Records
II.2.133.4.3 C/E 61-51: Reuben Nakian, Photographs
II.2.133.5 C/E 62-1: Master Prints of Jacques Villon"

[proposed]; [PR]; ca. 1962 [-]

II.2.133.6.1 C/E 62-2: Stravinsky and the Dance, "Work Folder"

[P, DR]; 1962-63 [11]: album (2 vols.)
Originally organized for its New York showing by the Committee for the Dance Collection, New York Public Library, NY
C/E version selected by WSL and Elaine Johnson

II.2.133.6.2 C/E 62-2: Stravinsky and the Dance, "Loans & Lenders"
II.2.133.6.3 C/E 62-2: Stravinsky and the Dance, "Photo Negatives for Posters"
II.2.133.6.4 C/E 62-2: Stravinsky and the Dance, "Correspondence and Imports and Exports"
II.2.133.6.5 C/E 62-2: Stravinsky and the Dance, "Memos and Lists and Frame Records"
II.2.133.6.6 C/E 62-2: Stravinsky and the Dance, Photographs
II.2.133.7.1 C/E 62-3: Americans 1963, "Work Folder"

[P]; 1963-64 [8]: album
MoMA Exh. #722, 5/22-8/18 1963; directed by DCM.

II.2.133.7.2 C/E 62-3: Americans 1963, "Loans & Lenders"
II.2.133.7.3 C/E 62-3: Americans 1963, "Memos and Lists [and Correspondence]"
II.2.133.7.4 C/E 62-3: Americans 1963, Photographs
II.2.133.8 C/E 62-4: Assemblage, "Work Folder"

[P&S]; 1963-64 [11]: album
Selected by Alicia Legg. A minority of the works were previously included in the contemporary art section of MoMA Exh. #695,: The Art of Assemblage, 10/4-11/12 1961, directed by William C. Seitz

II.2.133.8.2 C/E 62-4: Assemblage, "Loans & Lenders"
II.2.133.8.3 C/E 62-4: Assemblage, Memos, Lists, Correspondence
II.2.133.8.4 C/E 62-4: Assemblage, Photographs
II.2.134.1.1 C/E 62-5: Hans Hofmann and His Students, "Work Folder"

[P]; 1963-65 [15]: album
Selected by William C. Seitz. Exhibition had special showing at the Museum's warehouse before circulating

Incl. photos; corresp.: Fritz Bultman, Jean Follett, 1 ALS Mrs. Hans Hofmann, Carl Holty, Robert Richenburg
2 ALS Vaclav Vytlacil; 1 typescript--instructions for: Push and Pull - A Furniture Comedy for Hans Hofmann by Allan Kaprow

II.2.134.1.2 C/E 62-5: Hans Hofmann and His Students, "Loans & Lenders"

Incl. corresp.:
1 ALS Helen Frankenthaler
1 ALS William Freed, John Haley, Dorothy Heller
1 ALS (photocopy) Hans Hofmann, Mrs. Hans Hofmann (Maria), Glenn Wessels, (photocopy) Erle Loran, Paul Harris (sculpture installation instructions)
1 ALS Anne Tabachnick

II.2.134.1.3 C/E 62-5: Hans Hofmann and His Students, "Framing Record Sheets"
II.2.134.1.4 C/E 62-5: Hans Hofmann and His Students, "Memos & Lists [and Correspondence]"

Incl. corresp.: 2 ALS Hans Hofmann (1963), 1 ALS Lee Krasner

II.2.134.1.5 C/E 62-5: Hans Hofmann and His Students, Photographs
II.2.134.2 C/E 62-6: [proposed]: Sculptures and Drawings by Jacques Lipchitz

[S, DR]; ca. 1962-63 [-]
Incl. list of potential exhibitors and letter of solicitation only

II.2.134.3 C/E 62-7: Ten European Artists"

[proposed]; [NF]; [-]

II.2.134.4 C/E 62-8: Christian Pohlfs"

[proposed]; [NF]; [-]

II.2.134.5.1 C/E 62-9: Architecture Without Architects, Work Folder

[A, in photo/text panels]; 1965-73 [41]
Drawn from MoMA Exh. #752, 11/11 1964-2/7 1965; selected by Bernard Rudofsky. ICE-F-70-62 (copy 1); New Zealand and Australian tours: 8 venues, 1966-67; returned to U.S. for continuation of national tour. ICE-F-113-67 (copy 2); European tour: 21 venues, 1968-71

II.2.134.5.2 C/E 62-9: Architecture Without Architects, Memos, Lists, Correspondence
II.2.134.5.3 Untitled
II.2.134.5.4 C/E 62-9: Architecture Without Architects, Photos
II.2.134.5.5 C/E 62-9: Architecture Without Architects, "Excluded from Catalogue"
II.2.1345.6 C/E 62-9: Architecture Without Architects, "Copy Negatives"
II.2.134.5.7 C/E 62-9: Architecture Without Architects, "C/E Coded Checklist"
II.2.134.5.8 C/E 62-9: Architecture Without Architects, Publicity
II.2.134.5.9 C/E 62-9: Architecture Without Architects. Research Materials

Incl. subunits i-xxvi, alphabetically arranged by library.

II.2.134.6 C/E 62-10: The Outdoor Room"

[proposed];[NF]; [-]

II.2.134.7.1 C/E 62-11: Gaston Lachaise, "Work Folder"

[DR, S]; 1963-64 [12]: album
Selected by FOH
Incl. 2 ALS Paul Strand (1962)

II.2.134.7.2 C/E 62-11: Gaston Lachaise, "Loans & Lenders"
II.2.134.7.3 C/E 62-11: Gaston Lachaise, Memos, Lists, Correspondence
II.2.134.7.4 C/E 62-11: Gaston Lachaise, Photographs
II.2.134.8.1 C/E 62-12: Jan Muller, "Work Folder"

[P]; 1963 [4]
Memorial exhibition selected by Peter Selz.: See also, ICE-F-67-1,: U.S. Representation at Venice Biennale XXXI
Incl. 2 ALS Mrs. Jan (Dody) Muller (1962)

II.2.134.8.2 C/E 62-12: Jan Muller, Memos, Lists, Correspondence
II.2.134.8.3 C/E 62-12: Jan Muller, Photographs
II.2.134.9 C/E 62-13: The Fluid Image: Abstract Watercolors by 14 Americans

[P]; 1963-64 [7]
Selected by FOH. ICE-F-77-63, Abstract Watercolors by 14 Americans
Tour: 20 venues, 1963-66,
Dispersed 1966
Folder incl. corresp.: Lily Brody, Sam Francis, Leo Rabkin.

II.2.134.10.1 C/E 62-14: The Bitter Years, "Work Folder"

[PP]; 1963-65 [6]
MoMA Exh. #711,: The Bitter Years: 1935-41: Rural America Seen by the Photographers of the Farm Security Administration, 10/18-11/25 1962
exhibition direction and catalogue edited by Edward Steichen (Director Emeritus)
dedicated to Roy Stryker (F.S.A.)
ICE-F-101-65
European tour: 7 venues, 1966
presented to State of Luxembourg for permanent display at the Chateau de Clervaux at Steichen's request

II.2.134.10.2 C/E 62-14: The Bitter Years, "Work Folder"
II.2.134.10.3 C/E 62-14: The Bitter Years, "Loans & Lenders"
II.2.135.1.1 C/E 63-1: Hans Hofmann, "Work Folder"

[P]; 1964 [5]
MoMA Exh. #727, 9/11-12/1 1963; organized by William C. Seitz and presented in memory of the artist's wife. ICE-F-79-63; tour: 7 venues, 1964-65,
Dispersed 1965

II.2.135.1.2 C/E 63-1: Hans Hofmann, Registrar Records
II.2.135.2.1 C/E 63-2: David Smith: Drawings, "Work Folder"

[DR]; 1963-66 [14]: album
Selected by FOH. ICE-F-82-63; tour: 4 venues, 1966-67,
Dispersed 1967
See also, ICE Archive
Incl. Smith corresp

II.2.135.2.2 C/E 63-2: David Smith: Drawings, Memos, Lists, Correspondence
II.2.135.2.3 C/E 63-2: David Smith: Drawings, Photographs
II.2.135.3 C/E 63-3: The Theatre of Martha Graham

[cancelled] [D, in models, drawings + photographs]; ca. 1963 [-]
ICE-F-85-63. Folder labeled "Martha Graham"

II.2.135.4 C/E 63-4: Jacques Lipchitz: Bronze Sketches, 1914-1962, "Work Folder"

[S]; 1963-64 [7]
[ICE-F-80-63; tour: 7 venues, 1964-66,
Dispersed 1966
Incl. chronology

II.2.135.4.2 C/E 63 -4: Jacques Lipchitz: Bronze Sketches, 1914-1962, Memos, Lists, Correspondence
II.2.135.4.3 C/E 63-4: Jacques Lipchitz: Bronze Sketches, 1914-1962, Photographs

Incl. photographs of the artist.

II.2.135.5.1 C/E 63-5: Lettering by Hand, "Work Folder"

[D]; 1964 [6]
MoMA Exh. #714, 11/6 1962-1/6 1963
C/E version selected by Mildred Constantine
ICE-F-88-63, Lettering by Modern Artists (expanded version)
tour: 7 venues, 1965-67

II.2.135.5.2 C/E 63-5: Lettering by Hand, "Framing Records"
II.2.135.5.3 C/E 63-5: Lettering by Hand, Photographs
II.2.135.6 C/E 63-6 Josef Albers: "Homage to the Square", "Work Folder"

[P]; 1965-67 [10]
Selected by Waldo Rasmussen and Kynaston McShine. ICE-F-87-63
tour: 11 venues, 1964-65
Returned to U.S. for national circulation.
See also, ICE Archive
Incl. 3 ALS Albers (1967)

II.2.135.6.2 C/E 63-6: Josef Albers: "Homage to the Square, Memos, Lists, Correspondence
II.2.135.7.1 C/E 63-7: László Moholy-Nagy, "Work Folder"

[P]; 1964-65 [12]: album
Selected by Sibyl Moholy-Nagy, the artist's widow
Incl. Sibyl Moholy-Nagy corresp.; chronology

II.2.135.7.2 C/E 63-7: László Moholy-Nagy, Memos, Lists, Correspondence
II.2.135.8 C/E 63-8: British Sculpture

[proposed]; [S]; ca. 1963 [-]

II.2.135.9 C/E 63-9: Fifteen Canadian Artists, "Work Folder"

[P&S]; 1963-65 [13]
ICE-F-93-63; organized by the Canadian Advisory Committee, assisted by the Canada Council
Folder labeled "Twelve Canadian Artists

II.2.135.9.2 C/E 63-9: Fifteen Canadian Artists, "Loans & Lenders A-M"

Incl. Gerald Gladstone corresp

II.2.135.9.3 C/E 63-9: Fifteen Canadian Artists, "Loans & Lenders M-Z"
II.2.135.9.4 C/E 63-9: Fifteen Canadian Artists, "Loans & Lenders [returns]"
II.2.135.9.5 C/E 63-9: Fifteen Canadian Artists, Correspondence
II.2.136.1.1 Fifteen Canadian Artists, Memos and Framing Records
II.2.136.1.2 Fifteen Canadian Artists, Imports/Exports
II.2.136.2 C/E 63-10: The Eight, "Work Folder"

[P]; 1964-65 [11]: album
Selected by Alicia Legg

II.2.136.2.2 C/E 63-10: The Eight, "Loans & Lenders"

Incl. Ira Glackens corresp

II.2.136.2.3 Untitled
II.2.136.3 C/E 63-11: Mark Tobey: Seattle Market Place Gouaches

[P]; 1963-65 [18]: album
Selected by Edward Thomas, Associate Director, Seattle Art Museum
Folder labeled "Tobey and the Seattle Public Market"

II.2.136.4.1 C/E 63-12: Rodin: Drawings and Small Bronzes, "Work Folder"

[DR, S]; 1964-65 [10]

II.2.136.4.2 C/E 63-12: Rodin: Drawings and Small Bronzes, "Loans & Lenders"

Incl. Ira Glackens corresp

II.2.136.4.3 C/E 63-12: Rodin: Drawings and Small Bronzes, Memos, Lists, Correspondence
II.2.136.5 C/E 63-13: American Painters As New Lithographers, "Work Folder"

[cancelled] [PR]; ca. 1963-64 [-]
MoMA Exh. #739, 5/27-9/13 1964
installed as part of the thirty-fifth anniversary exhibition: Art in a Changing World: 1884-1964
See note, II.2.137.6
ICE-F-83-6; cancelled
ICE-F-107-66, 25 Contemporary American Artists as Printmakers
later version, selected by WSL
African tour: 12 venues, 1967-70,
Dispersed 1970
See also, ICE Archive

II.2.136.5.2 C/E 63-11: Mark Tobey: Seattle Market Place Gouaches, "Memos, Corresp[ondence], Exports/Imports"
II.2.136.6.1 C/E 63-14: Modern Religious Prints, "Work Folder"

[PR]; 1963-67 [23]
Selected by Elaine Johnson
Folder labeled "Religious Prints: Prophets, Saints and Kings"

II.2.136.6.2 C/E 63-14: Modern Religious Prints, Memos, Lists, Correspondence
II.2.136.7.1 C/E 63-15: The Photographer and the American Landscape, "Work Folder"

[PP]; 1964-65 [12]
MoMA Exh. #728, 9/24-12/1 1963
selected by John Szarkowski, Director, Photography. ICE-F-86-63; cancelled
Folder labeled "Photographers of the American Landscape "Incl. Ansel Adams (photocopy) corresp

II.2.136.7.2 C/E 63-15: The Photographer and the American Landscape, Memos, Lists, Correspondence

Incl. Adams (postcard; 1964) corresp.

II.2.136.8 C/E 63-16: Jacques-Henri Lartique, "Work Folder"

[PP]; 1964-66 [12, plus Canadian tour]
MoMA Exh. #725,: Photographs by Jacques-Henri Lartique, 7/1-11/3 1963
Selected by John Szarkowski

II.2.136.8.2 C/E 63-16: Jacques-Henri Lartique, Memos, Lists, Correspondence
II.2.136.9.1 C/E 63-17: Henri Cartier-Bresson, "Work Folder"

[PP]; 1963-66 [22]
Selected by John Szarkowski in collaboration with the photographer

II.2.136.9.2 C/E 63-17: Henri Cartier-Bresson, Memos, Lists, Correspondence
II.2.136.10.1 C/E 63-18: Walker Evans, "Work Folder"

[PP]; 1963-66 [17, plus Canadian tour]
MoMA Exh. #708,: Walker Evans: American Photographs, 6/8 1962-2/14 1963
Selected by John Szarkowski. ICE-F-89-63; cancelled

II.2.136.10.2 C/E 63-18: Walker Evans, Memos, Lists, Correspondence
II.2.136.11.1 C/E 63-19: Paul Strand's Mexico, "Work Folder"

[P]; 1963-66 [17]

II.2.136.11.2 C/E 63-19: Paul Strand's Mexico, Memos, Lists, Correspondence
II.2.136.12.1 C/E 64-1: Recent Landscapes by Eight Americans, "Work Folder"

[P]; 1964-66 [14]
Landscapes ca. 1954-64 by by John Button, Allan D'Arcangelo, Robert Dash, Jane Freilicher, Aristodemos Kaldis, Alex Katz, Christopher Lane and Jane Wilson

Selected by FOH

ICE-F-100-65,: Recent Landscapes by Nine Americans; expanded version of C/E 64-1, installed as part of the U.S. representation at the Festival of Two Worlds, Spoleto, Itay, 6/24-7/189 1965
Returned to U.S., 1965, for continution of national tour
Incl. corresp.: 1 ALS D'Arcangelo (1965); 1 ALS Richard Diebenkorn (1965)

II.2.136.12.2 C/E 64-1: Recent Landscapes by Eight Americans, Registrar Records
II.2.137.1.1 C/E 64-2: American Collages, "Work Folder"

[P]; 1965-66 [9]
MoMA Exh. #766, 5/11-7/25 1965
Directed by Kynaston McShine
ICE-F-105-66; tour: 6 venues, 1966-67,
Dispersed 1967

II.2.137.1.2 C/E 64-2: American Collages, "Frame Records"
II.2.137.1.3 C/E 64-2: American Collages, Registrar Records
II.2.137.2 Art Israel: 26 Painters and Sculptors

[P&S]; 1964-66 [15]
ICE-D-12-64
organized under the joint auspices of The International Council of The Museum of Modern Art and the American-Israel Foundation
Venues incl. 3 Canadian bookings
See also, ICE Archive.

II.2.137.3.1 C/E 64-3: Carol Summers, "Work Folder"

[PR]; 1964-66 [8]
Selected by Elaine Johnson

II.2.137.3.2 C/E 64-3: Carol Summers, Registrar Records
II.2.137.4.1 C/E 64-4: Contemporary European Watercolors, "Work Folder"

[P]; 1966-67 [8]: album

II.2.137.4.2 C/E 64-4: Contemporary European Watercolors, Registrar Records
II.2.137.5.1 C/E 64-5: Four American Sculptors, "Work Folder"

[S]; 1965-66 [9]: album
Works by Peter Agostini, James Rosati, George Spaventa and Wilfrid Zogbaum
Selected by Kynaston McShine

II.2.137.5.2 C/E 64-5: Four American Sculptors, Registrar Records
II.2.137.5.3 C/E 64-5: Four American Sculptors, Photographs
II.2.137.6 C/E 64-6: The Photographer's Eye

[PP]; 1964-66 [13]
MoMA Exh. #741, 5/26-8/23 1964

Selected by John Szarkowski and installed at the Museum as part of the thirty-fifth anniversary exhibition: Art in a Changing World: 1884-1964 (see also, II.2.136.5)

ICE-F-106-66; tour: 27 venues, 1967-72
Dispersed 1973.

II.2.137.7.1 C/E 64-7: Milton Avery, "Work Folder"

[P]; 1965-66 [12]: album

II.2.137.7.2 C/E 64-7: Milton Avery, "Loans & Lenders"
II.2.137.7.3 C/E 64-7: Milton Avery, Memos, Lists, Correspondence
II.2.137.8 C/E 64-8: Franz Kline: Drawings

[proposed]; [NF]; [-]

II.2.137.9.1 C/E 64-9: Drawings from The Museum of Modern Art: The John S. Newberry Collection, "Work Folder"

[DR]; 1965-67 [11]
MoMA Exh. #761,: John S. Newberry: A Memorial Exhibition, 4/13-7/14 1965
selected by Elaine Johnson

II.2.137.9.2 C/E 64-9: Drawings from The Museum of Modern Art: The John S. Newberry Collection, Memos, Lists, Correspondence
II.2.137.10.1 C/E 64-10: Paul Klee, "Work Folder"

[PR]; 1965-67 [13]
Selected by Elaine Johnson

II.2.137.10.2 C/E 64-10: Paul Klee, Memos, Lists, Correspondence
II.2.137.11 C/E 64-11: Robert Motherwell: Works on Paper, "Work Folder"

[P]; 1965-67 [13]
MoMA Exh. #776,: Robert Motherwell, 10/1-11/28 1965; directed by FOH. ICE-F-112-67; tour: 4 venues, 1967-68

II.2.137.11.2 C/E 64-11: Robert Motherwell: Works on Paper, Memos, Lists, Correspondence
II.2.137.12 C/E 64-12: Contemporary Painters and Sculptors as Printmakers, "Work Folder"

[PR]; 1965 [1]
Drawn from MoMA Exh. #747, 9/15-10/25 1964; selected by Elaine Johnson. ICE-F-99-64; tour: 16 venues, 1966-68,
Dispersed 1968

II.2.137.12.2 C/E 64-12: Contemporary Painters and Sculptors as Printmakers, Memos, Lists, Correspondence
II.2.137.13 C/E 64-12: Contemporary Painters and Sculptors as Printmakers, "Work Folder"

[PP]; 1965-67 [9]
MoMA Exh. #753, 11/24 1964-1/28 1965; selected by John Szarkowski

II.2.137.13.2 C/E 64-12: Contemporary Painters and Sculptors as Printmakers, Memos, Lists, Correspondence
II.2.137.14 C/E 65-2: Twentieth-Century Engineering (no. 048).: "Work Folder"

[A, in photo/text panels]; 1965-71 [26]
MoMA Exh. #744, 6/30-9/13 1964
Selected by Arthur Drexler
C/E version adapted by Ludwig Glaeser, Associate Curator, Architecture and Design
ICE-F-104-65; tour: 27+ venues, 1962-74, dismantled 1975
ICE-F-146-70; cancelled.

II.2.137.14.2 C/E 65-2: Twentieth-Century Engineering (no. 048).: Lists and Press Releases
II.2.137.14.3 C/E 65-2: Twentieth-Century Engineering (no. 048).: Lists and Receipts
II.2.138.1.1 C/E 65-3: Modern Architecture U.S.A, "Work Folder"

[A, in photographs]; 1966-67 [4]
MoMA Exh. #767A, 5/18-9/6 1965; selected and installed by Arthur Drexler. Sponsored jointly by the Museum and The Graham Foundation for Advance Studies in the Fine Arts. ICE-F-102-65; cancelled

II.2.138.1.2 C/E 65-3: Modern Architecture U.S.A, Memos, Lists, Correspondence
II.2.138.2 C/E 65-4: [proposed]: Drawings by Philip Guston"

[DR]; ca. 1965 [-]
See also, II.2.128.5 for related materials.

II.2.138.3.1 C/E 65-5: Balthus, "Work Folder"

[P]; 1966-67 [6]
Directed by JTS
Incl. JTS corresp.; illustrated checklist

II.2.138.3.2 C/E 65-5: Balthus, Memos, Lists and Correpsondence
II.2.138.4 The New Japanese Painting and Sculpture

[P&S]; 1965-67 [8]
ICE-D-13-64

106 paintings and sculptures by 46 artists, selected by DCM and WSL
Organized in cooperation with the San Francisco Museum of Art, under the sponsorship of The International Council of The Museum of Modern Art
See also, ICE Archive.

II.2.138.5.1 C/E 65-6: Burri - Fontana, "Work Folder"

[P]; 1966-68 [11]: album (2 vols.)
Selected by Renée Sabatello Neu

II.2.138.5.2 C/E 65-6: Burri - Fontana, "Correspondence"
II.2.138.5.3 C/E 65-6: Burri - Fontana, "Memos, Lists, Imports/Exports"
II.2.138.6 C/E 65-7: Objects by Duchamp and Man Ray

[cancelled]; [S]; ca. 1965 [-]
Fragile nature of Man Ray's works led to exhibition's cancellation.

II.2.138.7.1 C/E 65-8: Optical Art, "Work Folder"

[P]; 1966-67 [11]: album
Selected by Betsy Jones, Assistant Curator, Museum Collections

II.2.138.7.2 C/E 65-8: Optical Art, Loan Receipts and Frame Records
II.2.138.7.3 C/E 65-8: Optical Art, Memos, Lists, Correspondence
II.2.138.8 C/E 65-9: Recent Art from Abroad"

[proposed]; [NF]; [-]

II.2.138.9.1 C/E 65-10: Victor Vasarely, "Work Folder"

[P]; 1966-67 [9]: album
Incl. corresp.: Dore Ashton, Vasarely

II.2.138.9.2 C/E 65-10: Victor Vasarely, Memos, Lists, Correspondence
II.2.138.10.1 C/E 65-11: An International Report: 25 Prints from the Collection of The Museum of Modern Art, "Work Folder"

[PR]; 1965-67 [15]
Directed by WSL and Elaine Johnson

II.2.138.10.2 C/E 65-11: An International Report: 25 Prints from the Collection of The Museum of Modern Art, Memos, Lists, Correspondence
II.2.138.11.1 C/E 65-12: Manhattan Observed, "Work Folder"

[PR]; 1968-70 [13]
MoMA Exh. #854, 3/22-5/12 1968
Selected by WSL and Bernice Rose
Reduced version circulated previously under the title: Manhattan--Day and Night,
Tour: 13 venues, 1966-68
retitled 1968.

II.2.138.11.2 C/E 65-12: Manhattan Observed, Memos, Lists, Correspondence
II.2.138.12.1 C/E 65-13: Painters for the Theatre, "Work Folder"

[PR, DR]; 1966-70 [27]
U.S. representation at the Festival of Two Worlds, Spoleto, Italy, Summer 1966; directed by WSL
Folder labeled "Mod(ern) Artists & The Theatre Selections from the Coll(ection) of MOMA "incl. illustrated checklist

II.2.138.12.2 C/E 65-13: Painters for the Theatre, Memos, Lists, Correspondence
II.2.138.13.1 C/E 65-14: The Drawings of Yves Tanguy, "Work Folder"

[DR]; 1966-67 [12]
Directed by WSL

II.2.138.13.2 C/E 65-14: The Drawings of Yves Tanguy, Memos, Lists, Correspondence
II.2.139.1.1 C/E 65-15: Tapestries and Rugs by Contemporary Painters and Sculptors, "Work Folder [1]"

[D]; 1966-67 [14]: album
Folders labeled "Mod(ern) Tapestries, Rugs, & Wall Hangings by Painters & Sculpt(ors)"

II.2.139.1.2 C/E 65-15: Tapestries and Rugs by Contemporary Painters and Sculptors, "Work Folder [2]"
II.2.139.1.3 C/E 65-15: Tapestries and Rugs by Contemporary Painters and Sculptors, "Loans & Lenders"

Incl. Jean Lurat corresp

II.2.139.1.4 C/E 65-15: Tapestries and Rugs by Contemporary Painters and Sculptors, Correspondence A-K
II.2.139.1.5 C/E 65-15: Tapestries and Rugs by Contemporary Painters and Sculptors, Correspondence L-Z
II.2.139.2.1 C/E 65-16: Glamour Portraits, "Work Folder"

[PP]; 1966-68 [11]
MoMA Exh. #770, 8/2-9/19 1965; directed by John Szarkowski

II.2.139.2.2 C/E 65-16: Glamour Portraits, Memos, Lists, Correspondence
II.2.139.3.1 C/E 65-17: Elliott Erwitt: Improbable Photographs, "Work Folder"

1966-67 [10]
MoMA Exh. #769, 6/30-10/3 1965
selected by John Szarkowski.

II.2.139.3.2 C/E 65-17: Elliott Erwitt: Improbable Photographs, Memos, Lists, Correspondence
II.2.139.4.1 C/E 65-18: Seventeen Naive Painters, "Work Folder"

[P]; 1966-67 [7]
Directed by George Montgomery

II.2.139.4.2 C/E 65-18: Seventeen Naive Painters, Memos, Lists, Correspondence
II.2.139.5 C/E 65-19: Dorothea Lange

[PP]; 1968-70 [9]
MoMA Exh. #789, 1/26-4/10 1966
directed by John Szarkowski.

II.2.139.6.1 C/E 66-1: Children's Art from Hong Kong Schools, "Work Folder"

[P]; 1966-69 [15]
MoMA Exh. #759, 3/9-4/3 1965
An Educational Project, selected by Michael F. Griffith, Inspector of Art of the Education Department of Hong Kong
Incl. installation photographs

II.2.139.6.2 C/E 66-1: Children's Art from Hong Kong Schools, Memos, Lists, Correspondence
II.2.139.7.1 C/E 66-2: Paintings and Collages from the Children's Art Carnival in India, "Work Folder"

[P]; 1966-69 [15]
MoMA Exh. #755, Works from the Children's Art Carnival in India, 2/2-2/26 1965
An Educational Project
Incl. installation photographs

II.2.139.7.2 C/E 66-2: Paintings and Collages from the Children's Art Carnival in India, Memos, Lists, Correspondence
II.2.139.8.1 C/E 66-3: Art Work of Japanese Children, "Work Folder"

[P]; 1966-69 [15]
MoMA Exh. #783, 12/15 1965-2/19 1966
an Educational Project
83 works plus photographs and text panels, selected in Japan by Lois Lord
Venues incl. 1 Canadian booking

II.2.139.8.2 C/E 66-3: Art Work of Japanese Children, Registrar Records
II.2.139.9 C/E 66-4: Rauschenberg: Illustrations for Dante's "Inferno

[DR]; 1966-68 [13]
MoMA Exh. #785,: Rauschenberg: 34 Drawings for Dante's "Inferno," 12/21 1965-3/22 1966
Selected by WSL. ICE-F-97-64
tour: 19 venues, 1964-65
returned to U.S. for installation at the Museum and circulation in U.S. and Canada
National tour previously proposed, ca. 1961
See II.2.129.1

II.2.139.10.1 C/E 66-5: Bridget Riley: Drawings, "Work Folder"

[DR]; 1966 -68 [10]
Selected by Jennifer Licht, Assistant Curator, Painting and Sculpture
Incl. illustrated checklist

II.2.139.10.2 C/E 66-5: Bridget Riley: Drawings, Memos, Lists, Correspondence
II.2.139.11 C/E 66-6: The Hampton Album

[PP]; 1966-68 [11]
MoMA Exh. #787, 1/11-4/10 1966.

II.2.139.12.1 C/E 66-7: Around the Automobile, "Work Folder"

[P]; 1967-68 [12]: album (2 vols.)
MoMA Exh. #781, 12/11 1965-3/21 1966
Incl. illustrated checklist

II.2.139.12.2 C/E 66-7: Around the Automobile, "Loan Record Sheets"
II.2.139.12.3 C/E 66-7: Around the Automobile, Memos, Lists, Correspondence
II.2.140.1.1 C/E 66-8: Synchromism and Related American Color Painting, "Work Folder"

[P]; 1967-68 [9]: album
Selected by William C. Agee and based on an exhibition organized by Agee for M. Knoedler and Co., New York, 1965
Incl. illustrated checklist; Stanton Macdonald Wright corresp

II.2.140.1.2 C/E 66-8: Synchromism and Related American Color Painting, Memos, Lists, Correspondence
II.2.140.2.1 C/E 66-9: Art in the Mirror, "Work Folder"

[P]; 1966-68 [7]: album
MoMA Exh. #812, 11/22 1966-2/5 1967
selected by guest director G. R. Swensen
Incl. installation photos; illustrated checklist; 1 ALS Gala Dali

II.2.140.2.2 C/E 66-9: Art in the Mirror, Framing Records and Receipts
II.2.140.2.3 C/E 66-9: Art in the Mirror, Memos, Lists, Correspondence
II.2.140.3.1 C/E 66-10: Contemporary American Still Life, "Work Folder"

[P]; 1967-68 [8]: album
Selected by William H. Gerdts, Acting Gallery Director, Department of Art, University of Maryland, Baltimore
Incl. illustrated checklist; corresp.: Gerdts, Jasper Johns

II.2.140.3.2 C/E 66-10: Contemporary American Still Life, "Framing Records"
II.2.140.3.3 C/E 66-10: Contemporary American Still Life, Memos, Lists, Correspondence
II.2.140.4.1 C/E 66-11: Jewelry by Contemporary Painters and Sculptors, "ICE-F-110-66 Work Folder - Europe"

[D]; 1967-68 [6]
ICE-F-110-66, Jewelry by Painters and Sculptors;
Tour: 2 venues, 1967
Returned to U.S. for installation in the Museum Founders' Room, 10/3-10/6 1967, and national tour; directed by Renée Sabatello Neu, Assistant Curator, Painting and Sculpture

II.2.140.4.2 C/E 66-11: Jewelry by Contemporary Painters and Sculptors, Work Folder, C/E
II.2.140.4.3 C/E 66-11: Jewelry by Contemporary Painters and Sculptors, Loans and Lenders
II.2.140.4.4 C/E 66-11: Jewelry by Contemporary Painters and Sculptors, "Loan Record Sheets"
II.2.141.1.1 C/E 66-12: Fernand Léger, "Work Folder"

[P]; 1967-68 [7]: album (2 vols.)
Selected by Alicia Legg, Associate Curator, Painting and Sculpture
Incl. illustrated checklist

II.2.141.1.2 C/E 66-12: Fernand Léger, "Framing Records"
II.2.141.1.3 C/E 66-12: Fernand Léger, Memos, Lists, Correspondence
II.2.141.2.1 C/E 66-13: Richard Lindner: Works on Paper, "Work Folder"

[DR]; 1966-68 [11]: album
Selected by Dore Ashton, art critic

II.2.141.2.2 C/E 66-13: Richard Lindner: Works on Paper, "Condition Record Sheets"
II.2.141.2.3 C/E 66-13: Richard Lindner: Works on Paper, Memos, Lists, Correspondence
II.2.141.3.1 C/E 66-14: Reuben Nakian: Small Bronzes, Terra-Cottas and Drawings, "Work Folder"

[DR, S]; 1967-68 [11]: album
MoMA Exh. #799,: Reuben Nakian, 6/22-9/5 1966
Selected by Renée Sabatello Neu, Assistant Curator, Painting and Sculpture
Incl. illustrated checklist

II.2.141.3.2 C/E 66-14: Reuben Nakian: Small Bronzes, Terra-Cottas and Drawings, "Condition Reports"
II.2.141.3.3 C/E 66-14: Reuben Nakian: Small Bronzes, Terra-Cottas and Drawings, Memos, Lists, Correspondence
II.2.141.4.1 C/E 66-15: British Artists: 6 Painters, 6 Sculptors, Work Folder 1

[P&S]; 1968-69 [10]: album
Directed by Jennifer Licht, Associate Curator, Painting and Sculpture
incl. illustrated checklist; installation photographs

II.2.141.4.2 C/E 66-15: British Artists: 6 Painters, 6 Sculptors, Work Folder 2

Incl. corresp.: Clive Barker, William Huxley, Peter Phillips, William Tucker, Derrick Woodham

II.2.141.4.3 C/E 66-15: British Artists: 6 Painters, 6 Sculptors, Memos, Lists, Correspondence
II.2.141.5 C/E 66-16: George Grosz: Watercolors and Drawings

[DR, PR]; 1967-69[15]
Selected by guest director Robert Pincus-Witten. ICE-F-147-70
tour: 6 venues, 1970-71,
Dispersed 1971.

II.2.141.6.1 C/E 66-17: Chagall's "Aleko, Work Folder

[DR]; 1966-69 [12]
MoMA Exh. #813, 12/13 1966-2/26 1967
selected by WSL
Venues incl. booking at the Musée des Agustins, Toulouse, France, Summer 1967
Folders incl. material re: MoMA Exh. and internationally circulated version directed by Eila Kokkinen
Incl. illustrated checklist

II.2.141.6.2 C/E 66-17: Chagall's "Aleko, Memos, Lists, Correspondence
II.2.141.7.1 C/E 66-18: Dada, Surrealism, and Today, "Work Folder"

[DR, PR]; 1967-69 [15]
Selected by WSL and Elaine Johnson
Incl. illustrated checklist

II.2.141.7.2 C/E 66-18: Dada, Surrealism, and Today, Memos, Lists, Correspondence
II.2.141.8.1 C/E 66-19: Three Graphic Designers, "Work Folder"

[D]; 1967-69 [14]
Selected by Mildred Constantine, Associate Curator, Architecture and Design
Incl. illustrated checklist

II.2.141.8.2 C/E 66-19: Three Graphic Designers, Memos, Lists, Correspondence
II.2.142.1 C/E 66-20: The Prints of Masuo Ikeda

[PR]; 1966-69 [16]
MoMA Exh. #771, 8/10-9/19 1965; selected by WSL. Folder incl. illustrated checklist.

II.2.142.2.1 C/E 66-2: Bruce Davidson, "Work Folder"

[PP]; 1966-69 [15]
MoMA Exh. #802, 7/7-10/2 1966
Directed by John Szarkowski
Folder incl. illustrated checklist

II.2.142.2.2 C/E 66-2: Bruce Davidson, Registrar Records
II.2.142.3.1 C/E 66-22: Photography: A Current Report, "Work Folder"

[PP]; 1966-68 [10]
Selected by John Szarkowski
Incl. illustrated checklist

II.2.142.3.2 C/E 66-22: Photography: A Current Report, Memos
II.2.142.4 C/E 66-23: New Documents: Diane Arbus, Lee Friedlander, Garry Winogrand

[PP]; 1967-69 [14]
MoMA Exh. #821,: The New Documents, 2/28-5/7 1967
Selected by John Szarkowski
Folder incl. illustrated checklist.

II.2.142.5.1 C/E 66-24: Jerry N. Uelsmann, "Work Folder"

[PP]; 1967-69 [15]
MoMA Exh. #820, 2/15-4/16 1967; selected by John Szarkowski
Incl. illustrated checklist; Uelsmann corresp

II.2.142.5.2 C/E 66-24: Jerry N. Uelsmann, Memos, Lists, Correspondence
II.2.142.6.1 C/E 66-25: Wall Hangings, Work Folder 1

[D]; 1968-69 [11]: album
MoMA Exh. #882, 2/25-5/4 1969
codirected by Jack Lenor Larsen, weaver, and Mildred Constantine, Associate Curator, Architecture and Design

II.2.142.6.2 C/E 66-25: Wall Hangings, Work Folder 2
II.2.142.6.3 C/E 66-25: Wall Hangings, "Memos"
II.2.142.6.4 C/E 66-25: Wall Hangings, "Exports"
II.2.142.6.5 C/E 66-25: Wall Hangings, "Imports"
II.2.142.6.6 C/E 66-25: Wall Hangings, "Correspondence A - M"
II.2.142.6.7 C/E 66-25: Wall Hangings, "Correspondence N - Z and Rejects"
II.2.142.7.1 C/E NYSC-1: The Responsive Eye: Prints, "Work Folder"

[PR]; 1966-69 [22]
Organized for the NYSCA for circulation in New York State
Selected by WSL and Elaine Johnson

Graphic works of many artists incl. in the earlier MoMA Exh.: The Responsive Eye (#757), 2/25-4/25 1965, which was organized in collaboration with the City Art Museum of St. Louis, the Contemporary Art Council of the Seattle Art Museum, the Pasadena Art Museum and The Baltimore Museum of Art

See also, I.14.9.5 for related materials
Incl. 1 ALS Josef Albers

II.2.142.7.2 C/E NYSC-1: The Responsive Eye: Prints, Photographs
II.2.142.8 C/E 67-1: Four American Photographers: From the Collection of Mr. and Mrs. David H. McAlpin

[PP]; 1967-69 [13]
MoMA Exh. #814,: Photographs from the McAlpin Collection, 12/14 1966-2/12 1967
Folder incl. illustrated checklist.

II.2.142.9.1 C/E 67-2: Arthur Dove: Work Folder 1

[P]; 1968-69 [9]: album
MoMA Exh. #877a, 12/2-12/6 1968
selected by Margaret Potter, Associate Curator, Painting and Sculpture

II.2.142.9.2 C/E 67-2: Arthur Dove, Work Folder 2

Incl. illustrated checklist

II.2.142.9.3 C/E 67-2: Arthur Dove, Memos, Lists, Correspondence
II.2.142.9.4 C/E 67-2: Arthur Dove, Photographs
II.2.143.1.1 C/E 67-3: John D. Graham.: Paintings and Drawings, "Work Folder"

[P, DR]; 1968-70 [8]: album
MoMA Exh. #865,: John Graham, 8/3-10/13 1968
selected by Eila Kokkinen, Assistant Curator, Drawings
Incl. illustrated checklist

II.2.143.1.2 C/E 67-3: John D. Graham.: Paintings and Drawings, "Financial and Frame Records"
II.2.143.1.3 C/E 67-3: John D. Graham.: Paintings and Drawings, Memos, Lists, Correspondence
II.2.143.1.4 C/E 67-3: John D. Graham.: Paintings and Drawings, Photographs
II.2.143.2.1 C/E 67-4: New Media: New Methods, Work Folder 1

[P&S]; 1969-70 [10]
Selected by Kynaston McShine
ICE-F-128-68; postponed
Incl. corresp. (photocopy): Billy Al Bengston, Robert Breer

II.2.143.2.2 C/E 67-4: New Media: New Methods, Work Folder 2
II.2.143.2.3 C/E 67-4: New Media: New Methods, "Lists, Memos, Imports/Exports"
II.2.143.2.4 C/E 67-4: New Media: New Methods, "Correspondence"
II.2.143.2.5 C/E 67-4: New Media: New Methods, Photographs
II.2.143.3.1 C/E 67-5: Social Comment in America, Work Folder 1

[P&S]; 1968-69 [9]: album (2 vols.)
Directed by Dore Ashton
incl. illustrated checklist; Ashton corresp

II.2.143.3.2 C/E 67-5: Social Comment in America, Work Folder 2
II.2.143.3.3 C/E 67-5: Social Comment in America, "Lists & Memos, Correspondence"
II.2.143.3.4 C/E 67-5: Social Comment in America, Photographs
II.2.143.4.1 C/E 67-6: Section d'Or, Work Folder 1

(Golden Section); [P]; 1968-69 [9]: album
Selected by Richard V. West, Curator, Bowdoin College Museum of Art, Brunswick, Maine
incl. illustrated checklists

II.2.143.4.2 C/E 67-6: Section d'Or, Work Folder 2
II.2.143.4.3 C/E 67-6: Section d'Or, Memos, Lists, Correspondence
II.2.143.4.4 C/E 67-6: Section d'Or, Photographs
II.2.143.5.1 C/E 67-8: British Drawings: The New Generation, Work Folder

[DR]; 1967-69 [12]
Selected by Jennifer Licht, Assistant Curator, Painting and Sculpture
Incl. illustrated checklist

II.2.143.5.2 C/E 67-8: British Drawings: The New Generation, Memos, Lists, Correspondence
II.2.143.5.3 C/E 67-8: British Drawings: The New Generation, Photographs
II.2.144.1.1 C/E 67-9: Recent Prints: Canada, "Work Folder"

[PR]; 1968-70 [14]: album
MoMA Exh. #827,: Canada '67, 5/2-6/4 1967

Selected by WSL and Riva Castleman, Assistant Curator, Prints and Illustrated Books

Organized as part of the celebration in 1967 of the centennial of Canada's confederation

Incl. illustrated checklist

II.2.144.1.2 C/E 67-9: Recent Prints: Canada, Photographs
II.2.144.2.1 C/E 67-10: Max Ernst: Works on Paper, Work Folder

[DR]; 1968 [6]
Unnumbered MoMA Exh., installed 12/2-12/6 1968;

Selected by Lucy R. Lippard, art critic

Incl. illustrated checklist; corresp.: 1 ALS Margaret S. Barr, Lippard

II.2.144.2.2 C/E 67-10: Max Ernst: Works on Paper, Memos, Lists, Correspondence
II.2.144.2.3 C/E 67-10: Max Ernst: Works on Paper, Photographs
II.2.144.3 C/E 67-11: Jim Dine: A Midsummer Night's Dream

[DR]; 1967-69 [10]

MoMA Exh. #839,: Jim Dine: Designs for "A Midsummer Night's Dream, 8/8-9/24 1967

Directed by WSL and Virginia Allen, Assistant to the Director, Drawings and Prints

ICE-F-122-68, Jim Dine: "A Midsummer Night's Dream "and "The Picture of Dorian Gray"

Tour: 6 venues, 1969-70
Dispersed 1970

Folder incl. ICE catalogue.

II.2.144.4.1 C/E 67-12: Lyonel Feininger: The Ruin by the Sea, "Work Folder"

[P, DR]; 1968-69 [15]: album
MoMA Exh. #837, 8/1-9/24 1967
Directed by WSL and Eila Kokkinen, Assistant Curator, Drawings and Prints
Folder labeled "Church on the Cliffs "incl. illustrated checklist

II.2.144.4.2 C/E 67-12: Lyonel Feininger: The Ruin by the Sea, Memos, Lists, Correspondence
II.2.144.4.3 C/E 67-12: Lyonel Feininger: The Ruin by the Sea, Photographs
II.2.144.5.1 C/E 67-13: London/New York/Hollywood: A New Look in Prints, "Work Folder"

[PR]; 1967-69 [13]: album
MoMA Exh. #805, 9/13-11/6 1966; directed by WSL

II.2.144.5.2 C/E 67-13: London/New York/Hollywood: A New Look in Prints, Registrar Records
II.2.144.6 C/E 67-14: Claes Oldenburg: Drawings

[proposed]; [DR]; ca. 1967 [-]

II.2.144.7.1 C/E 67-15: Jackson Pollock: Works on Paper, "Work Folder"

[DR]; 1968-69 [8]
MoMA Exh. #824,: Jackson Pollock, 4/5-6/4 1967
directed by WSL and Bernice Rose, Assistant Curator, Drawings and Prints
Incl. illustrated checklist

II.2.144.7.2 C/E 67-15: Jackson Pollock: Works on Paper, Memos, Lists, Correspondence
II.2.144.7.3 C/E 67-15: Jackson Pollock: Works on Paper, Photographs
II.2.144.8 C/E 67-16: Lighting

[proposed] [NF] [D]; ca. 1967 [-]

II.2.144.9.1 C/E 67-17: Photography as Printmaking, "Work Folder"

[PP]; 1968-70 [14]
MoMA Exh. #853, 3/19-5/26 1968
Directed by Peter C. Bunnell, Associate Curator, Photography
Incl. illustrated checklist

II.2.144.9.2 C/E 67-17: Photography as Printmaking, Memos, Lists, Correspondence
II.2.144.9.3 C/E 67-17: Photography as Printmaking, Photographs
II.2.144.10.1 C/E 67-18: The Artist As His Subject, "Work Folder"

[PR]; 1967-69 [16]: album
MoMA Exh. #831, 6/6-9/17 1967
selected by WSL and Virginia Allen
Incl. illustrated checklist; corresp.: 2 ALS Josef Albers, John Rewald

II.2.144.10.2 C/E 67-18: The Artist As His Subject, Photographic Reproduction Notes
II.2.144.10.3 C/E 67-18: The Artist As His Subject, Photographs
II.2.144.11 C/E 67-19: Streets for People

[cancelled] [A]; ca. 1967 [-]
Exhibition also referred to as "Streets, Arcades and Galleries "to have been directed by Bernard Rudofsky

II.2.145.1.1 C/E 68-1: New African Art: The Central African Workshop-School, Work Folder 1

[S]; 1968-69 [8]: album
ca. 45 works from the Central African Workshop in Rhodesia (Zambia), selected by Frank McEwen, Director, National Gallery of Rhodesia, Salisbury

II.2.145.1.2 C/E 68-1: New African Art: The Central African Workshop-School, Work Folder 2
II.2.145.1.3 C/E 68-1: New African Art: The Central African Workshop-School, "Lists & Memos, Correspondence"
II.2.145.1.4 C/E 68-1: New African Art: The Central African Workshop-School, "Imports"
II.2.145.1.5 C/E 68-1: New African Art: The Central African Workshop-School, Photographs
II.2.145.2.1 C/E 68-2: Oyvind Fahlstrom, "Work Folder"

[P]; 1969-70 [6]
Directed by Renée Sabatello Neu, Assistant Curator, Painting and Sculpture
Incl. photographs

II.2.145.2.2 C/E 68-2: Oyvind Fahlstrom, Memos, Lists, Correspondence

Incl. photographs.

II.2.145.3 C/E 68-3: Flowers

[proposed]; [NF]; [-]

II.2.145.4.1 C/E 68-4: Julio Gonzalez: Drawings and Sculpture, "Work Folder [1]"

[DR, S]; 1968-71 [9]
MoMA Exh. #879,: Julio Gonzalez, 1/21-3/16 1969
Directed by WSL and Josephine Withers, Assistant Professor of Art History, Temple University, Philadelphia
Venues incl. 1 Canadian booking, 1971

II.2.145.4.2 C/E 68-4: Julio Gonzalez: Drawings and Sculpture, Work Folder 2
II.2.145.4.3 C/E 68-4: Julio Gonzalez: Drawings and Sculpture, Photographs
II.2.145.5.1 C/E 68-5: Inflated Images, Work Folder 1

[P&S]; 1969-70 [8]: album
Directed by Betsy Jones, Associate Curator, Painting and Sculpture
incl. illustrated checklist

II.2.145.5.2 C/E 68-5: Inflated Images, Work Folder 2

Incl. 1 ALS (photocopy) Claes Oldenburg

II.2.145.5.3 C/E 68-5: Inflated Images, "Memos-Lists"
II.2.145.5.4 C/E 68-5: Inflated Images, "Correspondence; Import-Export"
II.2.145.5.5 C/E 68-5: Inflated Images, Photographs
II.2.145.5.6 C/E 68-5: Inflated Images, Photographs
II.2.145.6 C/E 68-6: Kandinsky Watercolors"

[proposed]; [P]; ca. 1968 [-]

II.2.145.7.1 C/E 68-7: Contemporary Portraits, Work Folder

[P]; 1969-70 [8]: album (2 vols.)
Selected by Alicia Legg, Associate Curator, Painting and Sculpture
Also referred to as "The Portrait in Contemporary Art "incl. illustrated checklist; photographs

II.2.145.7.2 C/E 68-7: Contemporary Portraits, "Financial & Frame Records"
II.2.145.7.3 C/E 68-7: Contemporary Portraits, Memos, Lists, Correspondence
II.2.145.7.4 C/E 68-7: Contemporary Portraits, Photographs
II.2.146.1.1 C/E 68-8: Richard Pousette-Dart: Presences, Work Folder

[P]; 1969-70 [8]: album (2 vols.)
Directed by Lucy R. Lippard

II.2.146.1.2 C/E 68-8: Richard Pousette-Dart: Presences Memos, Lists, Correspondence >:
II.2.146.1.3 C/E 68-8: Richard Pousette-Dart: Presences, Photographs
II.2.146.2.1 C/E 68-9: Tony Smith, "Work Folder"

[S]; 1968-71 [13]: album
Directed by Renée Sabatello Neu, Assistant Curator, Painting and Scupture
ICE-F-124-68; postponed
Incl. illustrated checklist; Leo Steinberg corresp

II.2.146.2.2 C/E 68-9: Tony Smith, "Financial"
II.2.146.2.3 C/E 68-9: Tony Smith, Memos, Lists, Correspondence
II.2.146.2.4 C/E 68-9: Tony Smith, Photographs
II.2.146.3 C/E 68-11: Atrium and Terrace Houses

[proposed]; [NF] [-]

II.2.146.4 C/E 68-12: Frei Otto

[proposed]; [NF]; [-]

II.2.146.5.1 C/E 68-13: Word and Image: Posters from the Collection of The Museum of Modern Art, "Work Folder"

[D]; 1968-70 [12]
MoMA Exh. #850,: Word and Image: Posters and Typography from the Graphic Design Collection of The Museum of Modern Art, 1/25-3/10 1968
Directed by Mildred Constantine, Associate Curator, Architecture and Design
ICE-F-121-68; tour: ca. 30 venues, 1971-ca. 1976
Incl. illustrated checklist

II.2.146.5.2 C/E 68-13: Word and Image: Posters from the Collection of The Museum of Modern Art, Memos, Lists, Correspondence
II.2.146.6.1 C/E 68-14: The Beginnings of Modern Photography, Work Folder

[PP]; 1969-70 [12]
Selected by Peter C. Bunnell, Associate Curator, Photography

II.2.146.6.2 C/E 68-14: The Beginnings of Modern Photography, Memos, Lists, Correspondence
II.2.146.7.1 C/E 68-15: Harry Callahan, Work Folder

[PP]; 1968-70 [9]
Directed by Peter C. Bunnell

II.2.146.7.2 C/E 68-15: Harry Callahan, Memos, Lists, Correspondence
II.2.146.7.3 C/E 68-15: Harry Callahan, Photographs
II.2.146.8.1 C/E 68-16: Paul Caponigro, Work Folder

[PP]; 1969-71 [12]
MoMA Exh. #869,: Paul Caponigro: Recent Photographs, 10/7-12/8 1968; directed by Peter C. Bunnell

II.2.146.8.2 C/E 68-16: Paul Caponigro, Photographs
II.2.146.9.1 C/E 68-17: Master Photographs from The Museum of Modern Art, "Work Folder "

[PP]; 1969-71 [12]
Selected by Peter C. Bunnell
Incl. illustrated checklist

II.2.146.9.2 C/E 68-17: Master Photographs from The Museum of Modern Art, Memos, Lists, Correspondence
II.2.146.10.1 C/E 68-18: Photographs Before Surrealism, Work Folder

[PP]; 1968-71 [11]
MoMA Exh. #856, 4/3-7/28 1968
Directed by Bruce K. MacDonald, curatorial intern, Photography
incl. illustrated checklist

II.2.146.10.2 C/E 68-18: Photographs Before Surrealism, Memos, Lists, Correspondence
II.2.146.10.3 C/E 68-18: Photographs Before Surrealism, Photographs
II.2.146.11.1 C/E 68-19: Photography: Current Report II, Work Folder

[PP]; 1968-70 [12]
Directed by John Szarkowski
Incl. illustrated checklist

II.2.146.11.2 C/E 68-19: Photography: Current Report II, Memos, Lists, Correspondence
II.2.146.11.3 C/E 68-19: Photography: Current Report II, Photographs
II.2.146.12.1 C/E 68-20: Eduardo Paolozzi: Recent Sculpture and Works on Paper, Work Folder

[DR, S]; 1969-71 [12]
MoMA Exh. #748, 9/21-11/10 1964
selected by Virginia Allen

II.2.146.12.2 C/E 68-20: Eduardo Paolozzi: Recent Sculpture and Works on Paper, Photographs
II.2.146.13.1 C/E 68-21: Yugoslavia: A Report, Work Folder

[PR]; 1970-71 [8]
MoMA Exh. #903, 9/29-11/30 1969; prepared by Riva Castleman

II.2.146.13.2 C/E 68-21: Yugoslavia: A Report, "Memos, lists"
II.2.146.13.3 C/E 68-21: Yugoslavia: A Report, "Correspondence, Exports, Imports"
II.2.146.13.4 C/E 68-21: Yugoslavia: A Report, Photographs

II.3 Exhibitions, 1964-1990 1931-1990

Papers transferred to the Archives from the Exhibition Program 1985-87; includes material relevant to circulating exhibitions as well as to non-circulating Museum exhibitions and grants for exhibitions in all curatorial areas. Organized by curatorial department, there alphabetically. Museum exhibitions that circulated nationally are identified by number (e.g., C/E R-1)

"R "numbers are assigned by the Registrar to exhibitions that travel to three or more locations within the United States; if the Museum co-organizes or co-sponsors an exhibition with one or more institutions, regardless of the number of national venues, no "R "number is assigned.

For supplementary material on the scope and content of exhibitions, 1968-71, including lists of participating artists, see Series I.4 Catalogs and Calendars, folders I.4.32-I.4.33.

Due to the complexity of the collection and the historical organization of the material, folders in this series have been numbered in the following manner: [Series].[Subseries].[Sub-subseries].[Folder]
Some folders were later split into two or more folders and their numbering is as follows: [Series].[Subseries].[Sub-subseries].[Folder].[Sub-folder]

II.3.1 Architecture and Design 1931-1990

19 folders. Original order strictly maintained

Folder Title Date
II.3.1.1 Alvar Aalto

[A in photos, models, woodbending experiments, furniture, light fittings, sketches, paintings]; 1974 [-]: [proposed]MoMA Exh. originally scheduled for 3/4-5/26 1974: planned in conjunction with the Museum of Finnish Architecture, HelsinkiDirected and designed by ADReason cancelled unknownFolder incl. memos, clippings

II.3.1.2.1 African Textiles and Decorative Arts, "Mrs. Reswick [Correspondence], Fundraising, Memos"

[D in textiles, jewelry, costumes]; 1972-73 [4]MoMA Exh. #1012, 10/11 1972-1/31 1973ICE-F-137-69: guest directed by Roy Sieber, researched and planned by Katherine White ReswickCoordinated and installed at MoMA by AD under auspice of International Council of MoMA, sponsored by NEA and Exxon CorporationExhibited:Los Angeles County Museum 3/20-5/31/73De Young Museum, San Francisco 7/2-8/31Cleveland Museum of Art 10/9-12/2For exhibition grant records, see II.3.5.1Folder incl. floor plan

1970-74
II.3.1.2.2 African Textiles and Decorative Arts

Folder incl. installation, clippings, checklist

1970-74
II.3.1.2.3 African Textiles and Decorative Arts, "Shipping, Catalogue, Budget, Miscellaneous"

Folder incl. packing list, expenses, catalogue credit

1970-74
II.3.1.2.4 African Textiles and Decorative Arts, "Installation, L[oans]& L[enders], Lenders List, National Endowment"

Folder incl. condition report

1970-74
II.3.1.2.5 African Textiles and Decorative Arts, "Institution, Standard Oil [Correspondence]"

Folder incl. brochures, 5 photos

1970-74
II.3.1.3.1 The Architecture of Gunnar Asplund, Text and Translation

[A in photo, text, drawing panels]; 1978 [19]MoMA Exh. #1218, 6/30-10/1 1978assembled by Stuart Wrede, guest directorC/E R-56Incl. 13 international showingsNo itinerary availableSponsored by NYSCA and NEA.

1980
II.3.1.3.2 The Architecture of Gunnar Asplund, "Paid [Bills]" 1977-84
II.3.1.3.3 The Architecture of Gunnar Asplund, "The Swedish Institute and Other Exhibitors [Correspondence]"

Folder incl. 3 photos, brochures, clippings, memos

1980-81
II.3.1.3.4 The Architecture of Gunnar Asplund, Checklist and Text

Folder incl. corresp. with Swedish Embassy, 2 photos

1978-81
II.3.1.3.5 The Architecture of Gunnar Asplund, Publicity

Folder incl. publicity items from exhibiting institutions, including one banner, 6 installation photos, brochures, clippings

1980-81
II.3.1.3.6 The Architecture of Gunnar Asplund, Publicity

Folder incl. clippings, articles, brochures, photocopies of installation photos

1980-83
II.3.1.3.7 The Architecture of Gunnar Asplund, Correspondence

Folder incl. condition notes, 6 installation photos, 1 exhibit photo

1980-84
II.3.1.4.1 Hector Guimard, "General Correspondence [with] Institutions"

[A,D in photos, drawings, graphics, textiles, furniture]MoMA Exh. #921, 3/11-5/10 1970Directed by F. Lanier GrahamSponsored by the French Ministry of Foreign AffairsAssembled in collaboration with the Musée des Arts DecoratifsExhibited California Palace Region of Honor 7/23-8/30/70Art Gallery of Ontario 9/25-11/9Musée des Arts Decoratifs 1/15-4/11/71Folder incl. press release, publication, refusals, installation instructions, clippings

1969-71
II.3.1.4.2 Hector Guimard, "Insurance Claims, Bruhhammer-Paris Film"

Folder incl. loan corresp., damage reports, subsidy negotiations, corresp. re: film Hectorologie

1969-74
II.3.1.4.3 Hector Guimard, "Packing and Shipping"

Folder incl. bills, memos, condition reports, exhibition selections

1969-71
II.3.1.4.4 Hector Guimard, Floor Plans and Wall Label Text

Folder incl. box list, checklist

1970
II.3.1.5 Louis Kahn Buildings in India and Bangladesh

[A]; 1979: [proposed]Folder incl. memosCancelled due possibly to lack of funding

II.3.1.6 Posters by Armin Hofmann

["Armin Hofmann Posters"] [posters]Refers to MoMA Exh. #1318, 9/10-12/25 1981No itinerary availableDirector of exhibition unknown: empty Folder.

n.d.

II.3.2 Drawings and Prints 1931-1990

48 folders. Original order strictly maintained

Folder Title Date
II.3.2.1 Pierre Alechinsky: A Print Retrospective

["Pierre Alechinsky Prints"] [PR] [5]MoMA Exh. #1311, 6/11-8/11 1981C/E R-68: organized by RC and Audrey Isselbacher with the cooperation of Pierre Alechinsky and Yves Riviere. Funded in part by NYSCA under auspices of MoMA National Program of C/EFree distribution of brochure sponsored by Société Generale de Banque, BelgiumExhibited:Sarah Campbell Blaffer Gallery 1/11-2/24/80San Jose Museum of Art 5/14-6/29Ulrich Museum of Art 9/24-11/2Art Gallery of Hamilton 12/1/80-1/18/81Montréal Museum of Art 2/27-4/12Folder incl. corresp., checklist, box lists, memos, itinerary, press release, brochure, clippings1 TLS Pierre Alechinsky-Richard Palmer (1978)

1980-81
II.3.2.2 Drawn in America

1972 [-]; ["American Drawings"] [DR]MoMA Exh. #998, 3/1-5/29 1972directed by Bernice Roseno itinerary availableFolder incl. expenses, memos

II.3.2.3 Some American Drawings: Recent Acquisitions

1976-77 [-]; ["American Drawings: Recent Gifts"] [DR]MoMA Exh. #1140, 7/19-9/12 1976Folder incl. checklist, memos, expensesNo itinerary availabledirector of exhibition unknownFor exhibition grant records, see II.3.5.29.2

II.3.2.4 American Drawn and Matched

[DR]; 1977 [-]MoMA Exh. #1186, 9/20-12/4 1977works by 50 living artists, recently acquired by the Museum through NEA funding, selected by WSLItinerary not availableFolder incl. corresp., press releases, brochure, expenses, memosFor exhibition grant records, see II.3.5.30.2

1931-1990
II.3.2.5 American Prints: 1913-1963

[PR]; 1975-77 [-]MoMA Exh. #1082, 12/3 1974-3/3 1975directed by RC and presented on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Print RoomIncl. 112 works by over 80 artistsICE-F-173-75, 1976-77Sponsored by NYSCAFolder incl. press releases, brochure, memo, expenses

1931-1990
II.3.2.6 Arakawa: Recent Prints at The Museum of Modern Art

1974 [-]; ["Arakawa Prints"] [PR]; MoMA Exh. #1071, 9/6-11/3 1974Directed by RCFolder incl. memo, loan request, installation, press release, expenses

1931-1990
II.3.2.7.1 Arp on Paper, Budget and Correspondence

[DR incl. collage, books, cardboard reliefs]MoMA Exh. #1194, 12/15 1977-3/5 1978Selected by Bernice Rose, with funding provided by the NEA, and sponsored in part by NYSCAC/E R-53Exhibited:McNay Art Institute 9/10-10/22/78University Art Museum, University of California-Berkeley 7/20-9/9/79Art Museum of University of California, Santa Barbara 9/25-10/28For exhibition grant records, see II.3.5.30.2Folder incl. brochure, clippings, checklist, catalog, budget, corresp. with institutions ( "offers "), installation instructions, framing

1977-79
II.3.2.7.2 Arp on Paper, Loan Correspondence and Shipping Arrangements

Folder incl. corresp., memos, customs, shipping, itinerary, publicity reports, condition reports

1977-79
II.3.2.7.3 Arp on Paper, "Jean Arp Catalogue"

Folder incl. brochure, installation instructions, checklist, 23 installation photos, clippings

1976-78
II.3.2.8 Artists and the Theatre

DR]; 1982-83 [4] C/E R-89directed by Beatrice KernanOrganized by but not exhibited at MoMAItinerary not availableFolder incl. corresp. with institutions, 5 photos of works of art, publicity reports, clippings, expenses, installation instructions, conservation report, damage reports, 3 damage photos, memos, checklist, insurance values, installation labels

II.3.2.9 Bookworks

["Artists Bookworks"] [PR]; 1981-82 [-]MoMA Exh. #1336, 10/18-12/1 1982Directed by the Projects CommitteeExhibited in USA and abroadNo itinerary availableFolder incl. budget, memos, clippings, proposalsFor exhibition grant records, see II.3.5.29.3

1931-1990
II.3.2.10 Josef Beuys

[S]; 1970 [-]: [proposed]Exhibition originated by the Moderna Museet, Stockholm, and proposed for circulation to the MuseumNot approved for exhibition at MoMA, possibly at the wish of the artistFolder incl. memo, corresp

1931-1990
II.3.2.11 Between World Wars: Drawing in Europe and America

1976 [-]; ["Between Two Wars: Drawings in Europe and America"] [DR]MoMA Exh. #1143, 8/20-11/14 1976works selected by WSLFolder incl. press release, memos, installation instructions, checklistFor exhibition grant records, see II.3.5.29.3

1931-1990
II.3.2.12 Drawings of Richard Diebenkorn

see Box 3

II.3.2.13 Larry Rivers/Terry Southern: The Donkey and The Darling

["The Blue Guitar and The Donkey and The Darling"] [PR]; MoMA Exh. #1258, 4/10-7/10 1979directed by Alexandra SchwartzSelection of color lithographs on which Rivers collaborated with Southern (writer)Symposium sponsored by the Junior Council was held at the Museum 6/26/79 in conjunction with the exhibition. MoMA Exh. #1257, David Hockney: The Blue Guitar, was exhibited in the Paul J. Sachs Gallery concurrent with the Rivers/Southern exhibitionFolder incl. press release, brochure, memo, budget, installation

1979
II.3.2.14.1 Drawings by Philip Guston, Budget, Checklist, Memos, Catalog

[DR]; 1988-89 [5]MoMA Exh. #1494, 9/7-11/1 1988directed by Magdalena DabrowskiSponsored byInternational Council of MoMA, NEA and NYSCA. Publication grants from Jeanne C. Thayer and Edward R. Broida: ICE-F-227-88Exhibited:Museum Overholland, Amsterdam 1/14-3/12/89Fundació Caixa de Pensions, Barcelona 3/30-5/14Museum of Modern Art, Oxford 5/28-7/23Douglas Hyde Gallery, Dublin 8/9-9/16Rome (location not specified) 10/10-11/26Folder incl. expenses, memos, framing costs, operating schedule, brochure, clippings

1986-88
II.3.2.14.2 Drawings by Philip Guston, Packing and Shipping

Folder incl. packing, shipping, corresp., checklist, grant application (NYSCA)

1987-89
II.3.2.14.3 Drawings by Philip Guston, Loans and Lenders

Folder incl. corresp. with lenders, loan agreements, brochure, catalog

1988-90
II.3.2.14.4 Drawings by Philip Guston, "National/International Tour"

Folder incl. itinerary, loans, foreign corresp., corresp. with institution, checklist

1987-88
II.3.2.14.5 Drawings by Philip Guston, Loans and Lenders ["L & L"

Folder incl. corresp. with lenders, fact sheet

1988-90
II.3.2.14.6 Drawings by Philip Guston, Publicity

Folder incl. wall text, 12 photos of works of art, member calendar, press release

1988-89
II.3.2.15.1 Drawings from The Krller-Müller National Museum, Otterlo, "Krller-Müller, Mexico [Correspondence]"

["Krller-Müller Collection"] [D]; MoMA Exh. #1034, 5/24-8/19 1973selected by WSLExhibition part of an exchange: see II.3.2.18, 100 European Drawings from the Collection of The Museum of Modern Art, ICE-F-161-73Sponsored by the Netherlands Ministry of Cultural Affairs, Recreation, and Social Welfare, under the auspices of the International Council of MoMA and NYSCAExhibited:Art Insitute of Chicago 9/8-10/21/73National Gallery of Canada 11/9/73-1/1/74McNay Art Institute 1/13-3/3/74Folder incl. box list for Mexico

1973-74
II.3.2.15.2 Drawings from The Krller-Müller National Museum, Otterlo, "Canada, S[an] Antonio, Chicago [Correspondence]"

Folder incl. box list for Chicago/Ottawa, clippings, expenses

1973-75
II.3.2.15.3 Drawings from The Krller-Müller National Museum, Otterlo, "Catalogue Galleys"

Folder incl. shipping, memos, press release of exhibit

1972-74
II.3.2.15.4 Drawings from The Krller-Müller National Museum, Otterlo, "Preliminary Checklist, Preliminary Budget, Loan Agreement Forms"

Folder incl. memos, press release of exchange, insurance values, 13 installation photos, floor plan

1972-74
II.3.2.15.5 Drawings from The Krller-Müller National Museum, Otterlo, "Meeting, MoMA Loans, Memos"

Folder incl. budget, publicity, condition and check reports, brochure, press release, final checklist

1972-74
II.3.2.12.1 Drawings of Richard Diebenkorn, Shipping

[DR]; 1989 [3]MoMA Exh. #1503, 11/17 1988-1/10 1989directed by John ElderfieldSponsored by the International Council of MoMA, Bohen Foundation, NYSCAExhibited:Los Angeles County Museum of Art 3/9-5/7/89San Francisco Museum of Modern Art 6/14-8/27Phillips Collection 9/23-11/26Folder incl. corresp., box list, shipping, expenses, condition reports, checklist (incl. values), clippings

1989-90
II.3.2.12.2 Drawings of Richard Diebenkorn, Correspondence

Folder incl. corresp. with institutions, memos, invitation, calendar, clippings, press release, expenses, wall label texts

1989
II.3.2.12.3 Drawings of Richard Diebenkorn, Budgets

Folder incl. budgets, fundraising, dispersal, clippings, framing

1988-90
II.3.2.12.4 Drawings of Richard Diebenkorn, "Loans and Lenders A - L"

Folder incl. corresp., loan agreements, insurance values

1989-90
II.3.2.12.5 Drawings of Richard Diebenkorn, "Loans and Lenders M - Z"

Folder incl. corresp., loan agreement, insurance values, conservation

1989-90
II.3.2.12.6 Drawings of Richard Diebenkorn, Publicity and Returns

Folder incl. press kit, press release, calendar, shipping, loan restrictions, memos, checklist, credit line, insurance values values, clipping, dispersal

1988-90
II.3.2.12.7 Drawings of Richard Diebenkorn, "Installation Book I"

Binder incl. installation instructions, checklist, box list

n.d.
II.3.2.12.8 Drawings of Richard Diebenkorn, "Installation Book II"

Binder incl. photocopies of 4 installation photos, 18 installation photos, floor plan.

n.d.
II.3.2.16.1 Drawings of Roy Lichtenstein, Budget, Packing/Shipping

DR]; 1987-88 [6]MoMA Exh. #1443, 3/15-6/2 1987directed by Bernice Rose. Sponsored by Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States and International Council of MoMAExhibited:Overholland Museum, Amsterdam 7/17-9/13/87Tel Aviv Museum 10/20-12/20Douglas Hyde Gallery, Dublin 1/11-2/7/88Schirn Kunsthalle, Frankfurt 3/10-5/1Museum of Modern Art, Oxford 5/16-7/19Corcoran Gallery of Art 9/17-11/20Folder incl. floor plan, budget, expenses, publication, packing, shipping, catalog, corresp., clippings, insurance values, checklist, boxes (incl. values)

1986-89
II.3.2.16.2 Drawings of Roy Lichtenstein, Correspondence

Folder incl. credit line, memos, framing, condition, conservation, schedule, checklist, corresp. with institutions, press release, clippings, packing, shipping, proposal, invitations

1987-88
II.3.2.16.3 Drawings of Roy Lichtenstein, Loans and Lenders

Folder incl. loan agreements, corresp., insurance values, brochure

1987-89
II.3.2.16.4 Drawings of Roy Lichtenstein, "Instal(lation) Info"

Folder incl. memo, box lists

1987-88
II.3.2.16.5 Drawings of Roy Lichtenstein, Tours

Folder incl. memos, expenses, checklist, clippings, box list

1986-88
II.3.2.16.6 Drawings of Roy Lichtenstein, Press Booklets

Folder incl. press kits, 5 installation photos, press release, clippings

1987
II.3.2.16.7 Drawings of Roy Lichtenstein, "Instal(lation) Info"

Folder incl. installation instructions, checklist

n.d.
II.3.2.17 Agnes Martin: On A Clear Day

[PR]; 1973 [-]MoMA Exh. #1033, 5/14-8/26 1973directed by RCExhibition of Martin's serigraphs/silkscreensSponsored in part by NYSCANo itinerary availableFolder incl. press release, memos, expenses

1931-1990
II.3.2.18.1 100 European Drawings from The Collection of The Museum of Modern Art, New York, Shipping Arrangements and Insurance

["100 Master Drawings"] [DR]; 1973-74 [-]ICE-F-161-73directed by WSLExhibition part of an exchange: see II.3.2.15, Drawings from the Krller-Müller National Museum, OtterloUnder auspices of International Council of MoMAFolder incl. insurance values, condition reports, framing, shipping, substitutions for works of art, preliminary catalogue, checklist, loans

II.3.2.18.2 100 European Drawings from The Collection of The Museum of Modern Art, New York, Correspondence and Financial Information

Folder incl. corresp. with the Krller-Müller and other institutions, expenses, condition reports, brochure, checklist

1973-74
II.3.2.19 Henri Matisse: His Graphic Art

["Matisse Prints"] [PR]; 1970-71 [-] [cancelled]MoMA Exh. and C/E R-14 cancelledReason for cancellation unknownFolder incl. memos, corresp. with institutions

1931-1990
II.3.2.20 Collages for Matisse's 'Jazz'

[collage] [cancelled]Re: Hommage á Tériade, an exhibition to be held at Lever House, New York, in Summer 1976 under Museum auspices, with the simultaneous exhibition at the Museum of 20 original collages from "Jazz "(in the Museum Collection) and 6 original collages by Matisse on loan from the publisher TériadeReason for cancellation unknownFolder incl. memos

1975-76
II.3.2.21 Matisse: "Jazz"

[collage]; 1983-8 [-]MoMA Exh. #1368, 11/17 1983-1/3 1984organized by RC to celebrate a special new edition of the "Jazz "suite and featuring plates from the edition given to the Museum by Matisse in 1948No itinerary available. Folder incl. memos, book catalogue, press release

II.3.2.22.1 Mexican Art: Selections from the Collection of The Museum of Modern Art, Correspondence

[PR, P, DR]; 1978-79 [4]MoMA Exh. #1204, 3/16-7/2 1978co-directed by WSL and Alexandra SchwartzC/E R-54: sponsored by NEA and NYSCAExhibited:Fort Lauderdale Museum of Art 11/7-11/26/78McNay Art Institute 6/1-7/15/79Beaumont Art Museum, Texas 8/31-10/7Amon Carter Museum, Texas 10/25-12/9For exhibition grant records, see II.3.5.30.2Folder incl. itinerary, wall label text, budget, loan agreement

1977-80
II.3.2.22.2 Mexican Art: Selections from the Collection of The Museum of Modern Art, Checklists

Folder incl. press release, box list, wall label text

1978-79
II.3.2.23 Joan Miró: 50 Recent Prints

[PR]; 1970-71 [10]MoMA Exh. #920, 3/9-5/11 1970C/E R-4. ICE-F-155-71: selected by RCExhibited:University of Iowa, Museum of Art 9/15-10/26/69Georgia Museum of Art 11/9-12/18University of South Florida 1/12-2/22/70Currier Gallery of Art, New Hampshire 6/14-7/19Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center 9/27-11/8Pasadena Art Museum 11/22/70-1/3/71Krannert Art Museum 1/17-2/21Palm Springs Desert Museum 3/15-4/25McNay Art Institute 5/17-6/27Folder incl. itinerary, contracts, bills, corresp., memos, checklist, expenses, 3 installation photos

II.3.2.24 Anton Heyboer, Etchings by Sol LeWitt, Henry Moore's Elephant Skull

["Henry Moore-Elephant Skull"] [DR, S]MoMA Exh. #981, 10/26 1971-2/14 1972No itinerary availabledirector of exhibition unknownFolder incl. corresp., memos, expenses

1971-72
II.3.2.25 Giorgio Morandi: Prints

["Giorgi Morandi"] [PR]; 1973 [-]MoMA Exh. #1047, 11/9-12/18 1973no itinerary availableDirector of exhibition unknownFolder incl. expenses, memos

II.3.2.26 The Painter and The Printer: Robert Motherwell's Graphics

[PR]; MoMA Exh. #1296, 10/30-12/16 1980Organized by the AFA. No itinerary availabledirector of exhibition unknownFolder incl. checklist

1980
II.3.2.27 Robert Motherwell: Lyric Suite

[P]; 1969 [-]MoMA Exh. #900, 9/8-10/13 1969Co-directed by WSL and E. KokkinenFolder incl. loan agreement, memos

II.3.2.28.1 The Prints of Edvard Munch, Budget Information and Memos

["Munch Prints"] [PR]; 1970-71 [7]MoMA Exh. #1024, 2/13-4/29 1973directed by RCSponsored by NYSCAC/E R-3, Edvard MunchExhibited:Virginia Museum of Fine Art 3/23-4/19/70Des Moines Art Center 6/1-7/12Fort Worth Art Center Museum 8/1-9/13City Art Museum of St. Louis 10/8-11/22Portland Art Museum 12/7-1/17/71San Francisco Museum of Art 2/1-3/14White Museum of Art, Cornell 3/29-5/2Folder incl. corresp., wall labels, brochure

1969-73
II.3.2.28.2 The Prints of Edvard Munch, Correspondence, Shipping Arrangements and Bookings

Folder incl. itinerary, bookings, offers, refusals, memos, bills, corresp., shipping, checklist

1969-71
II.3.2.29 New Works on Paper 1

P, DR]; 1981 [-]MoMA Exh. #1303, 2/11-4/21 1981directed by John ElderfieldFirst in a series of exhibitions devoted to new work; organized with the aid of a grant from the NEA and dedicated to the NEA on its fifteenth anniversaryFolder incl. press release, 3 photos, checklist, list of artists and representatives, box list, installation instructions

II.3.3 Film

35 folders. Original order strictly maintained

Folder Title Date
II.3.3.1 American Film Cycle-Bicentennial Proposal

1973, 1976 [-]: [proposed]Proposal to the NEH for "The History of the American Film cycle "Folder incl. NEH application and letter re: sponsorship of Looking at Film series

II.3.3.2 American International Pictures

["American International Pictures Twenty-five Years"]; 1979 [-]; [F,PP,PR,posters]MoMA Exh. #1270, 7/16-9/4 1979Selected by Adrienne Mancia and Larry Kardish, directed by MCdesigned by Patrick CunninghamFolder incl. press releases, expenses, checklist, memosFor exhibition grant records, see II.3.5.28.2

II.3.3.3.1 British Film Posters, Installation

[F,PR]; 1983 [-]MoMA Exh. #1352, 4/28-6/8 1983directed by Adrienne Mancia and Larry KardishSupported by Pearson, Goldcrest Films and Television, Thorn EMI Screen Entertainment, NEA, NYSCA, and British Council. Dedicated to Iris Barry

II.3.3.3.2 British Film Posters, Publicity ["Michael Balcon (British posters and Stills ")]

Folder incl. schedules, memos, corresp., clippings, press release, checklist, members calendar, 1 photo, clippings

1984
II.3.3.4 Cocteau Film Stills

[PP]; n.d. [-]: [cancelled]Folder incl. clippings, 1 photo, 9 TLS and TL Amberg-MW (1964-66)1 TLS Julien Levy-MW (1965)1 TLS Amberg-Richard Griffith1 TLS Francis Steegmuller-MW (1966)1 TLS (copy) Jean Cocteau-MW (1950)Manuscript of the catalogue text, commissioned by MW and written by Amberg, is catalogued in the Museum Library

II.3.3.5.1 Designed for Film: The Hollywood Art Director, Loan Correspondence, Memos and Funding

[PP,PR,P,DR]; 1978-80 [4]MoMA Exh. #1213, 5/11-9/26 1978C/E R-62: selected by Mary CorlissSponsored by NEA, NYSCA, and Nias FoundationExhibited:Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences 6/11-7/22/79Landmark Center, St. Paul 9/15-10/29J.B. Speed Art Museum 11/26-12/30Center for the Arts, Wesleyan University 1/23-3/14/80For exhibition grant records, see II.3.5.28.2Folder incl. itinerary, memos, loans and lender corresp., budget, funding, floor plan

1978-80
II.3.3.5.2 Designed for Film: The Hollywood Art Director, Corespondence, Checklists and Shipping Arrangements

Folder incl. institutional corresp. ( "offers "), checklists, condition memos, shipping, clippings

1978-80
II.3.3.5.3 Designed for Film: The Hollywood Art Director, Publicity

Folder incl. press release, photocopies of Museum installation photos, checklist, clippings

1978-80
II.3.3.6 Peter Ellenshaw: Special Effects Artist

[PP,P,DR]; 1979 [-]MoMA Exh. #1274, 9/17-10/30 1979Directed by MC, designed by Patrick CunninghamFolder incl. press release, expenses, memos, checklistFor exhibition grant records, see II.3.5.28.2

II.3.3.7 Comedy Film Stills

1977 [-]; ["Film Comedy Stills"]; [PP]; [proposed]Proposed director MCFolder incl. memos re: installation and dismantling

II.3.3.8.1 Comedy Italian Style, Memos and Expenses

["Italian Film Comedy"] [F,PP,PR]MoMA Exh. #1422, 5/9-9/16 1986Organized by Adrienne Mancia, Stephen Harvey, Graziella Lonardi, Adriano Apra, Patrizia PistagnesiMade possible by Missoni, Italian Ministry of Entertainment and Tourism, Italian National Tourist Board, Ente Gestione di CinemaExhibited:Pacific Film ArchivesLos Angeles County Museum of ArtUCLA Film, Television and Radio ArchivesMuseum of Fine Arts, HoustonMuseum of Fine Arts, BostonArt Institute of ChicagoFolder incl. memos, installation schedule, expenses, clippings

1985-1986
II.3.3.8.2 Comedy Italian Style, "Descriptive Report"

Folder incl. clippings, press releases, Museum installation photos of film stills and posters, members calendar

1986
II.3.3.9 The Filmmaker's Image

[PP]; 1977 [-]MoMA Exh. #1164, 2/10-4/25 1977Directed by MC. Exhibit of photographic portraits taken by Maureen LambrayFolder incl. press release, expenses, memos

II.3.3.10 French Film Posters

[PR]; 1983 [-]MoMA Exh. #1341, 1/15-3/15 1983, 6/9-7/19 1983Selected by MCFolder incl. memos re: installation

II.3.3.11 Lillian Gish

[F]; 1980 [-]MoMA Exh. #1291, 9/18-11/25 1980Directed by MC and organized by Eileen BowserFolder incl. press releases, expenses

II.3.3.12 From the D.W. Griffith Collection

["D.W. Griffith"]; 1975 [-]; [F]MoMA Exh. #1098, 5/15-9/3 1975Directed by MC, sponsored by NYSCA and NEAFolder incl. press releases, memos, expenses

II.3.3.13 Ray Harryhausen: Special Effects

["Ray Harryhausen"];1981 [-]; [DR,PP,PR,incl. models]MoMA Exh. #1309, 5/13-6/17 1981Directed by MC and sponsored by Metro-Goldwyn-MayerFolder incl. memos, budget, shipping receipts, expenses, loans, checklists, condition reports, brochure

II.3.3.14 The Career of an Actress: Katherine Hepburn

["Hepburn Exhibition"] [PP]; 1969 [-]MoMA Exh. #895, 7/8-9/14 1969Directed by Carl Laanes, assembled by Gary CareyFolder incl. memos, press releases, expenses, clippings, lists

II.3.3.15 The Hollywood Portrait Photographers

[PP] [8]MoMA Exh. #1299, 12/5 1980-2/28 1981C/E R-71: organized by MC in conjunction with John Kobal, designed by Jerome Neuner. Sponsored by the Roy and Niuta Titus Fund, NYSCA, and NEAExhibited :Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences 4/22-5/30/81Center for the Arts, Wesleyan University 11/6-12/18Gibbes Art Gallery 4/1-5/15/82Evansville Museum of Arts and Sciences 6/6-7/25Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities 8/23-10/3Pioneer Museum and Haggin Galleries 10/24-11/28National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian 2/3-3/20/83Dixon Gallery and Gardens 6/19-8/7ICE-F-205-83, The Hollywood Portrait Photographers: 1921-1941Folder incl. memos, press release, corresp., expenses, checklists, floor plan, Film Comment magazine, clippings

1980-83
II.3.3.16 Hungarian Film Posters

[PR]; 1970 [-] [cancelled]To have been directed by Willard van DykeFolder incl. expense estimates. Reason for cancellation unknown

II.3.3.17 The Japanese Film

1970 [-]; ["Japanese Cinema Stills"] [PP]; MoMA Exh. #924, 4/4-10/6 1970Folder incl. memos

II.3.3.18 Walt Disney's Mickey Mouse: The First 50 Years

1978 [-]; ["Mickey Mouse 50th Anniversary"] [F]Unnumbered MoMA exhibition, 11/18-12/17 1978Roposed by Adrienne Mancia and Larry KardishSponsored by Walt Disney ProductionsFolder incl. memos, proposal, press release, clippings

II.3.3.19 Movies - One to One

[F incl. film equipment]; 1970 [-] [cancelled]Folder incl. memos, budget, proposal

II.3.3.20 Open Circuits Exhibition

[F in videotape];1970-72 [-] [cancelled]Exhibition focusing on televisionin addition to museum installation, to have been broadcast on televisionGuest directors Fred Barzyk, Douglas Davis, Gerald O'GradySponsored by NYSCA.Folder incl. memos, corresp., proposal, presentation

II.3.3.21 One-Eyed Dicks

[F]; 1970-71 [-]MoMA Exh. #937, 7/30-10/2 1970Exhibition consisted of continuous projection of automatic camera photographs of actual bank robberiesFolder incl. corresp. from Peter C. Bunnell

II.3.3.22 The Career of An Actor: Anthony Quinn

[F]; 1969 [-]MoMA Exh. #874, 11/7 1968-1/12 1969Directed by Kathleen Haven, sponsored by Metro-Goldwyn-MayerFolder incl. expenses; 1 TLS (copy) Anthony Quinn-Willard Van Dyke (1968)

II.3.3.23 Rediscovering RKO

[PP incl. posters]; 1978-79 [-]MoMA Exh. #1242, 12/14 1978-7/10 1979Directed by MC, sponsored by NYSCAFolder incl. memos, expenses, clippings

II.3.3.24 Reinstallation of the Auditorium Gallery

[film posters]; 1978 [-]MoMA Exh. #1202, 2/23-4/23 1978Directed by MCFolder incl. memos, expenses

II.3.3.25 Rediscovering French Film - Part One: 1930-1960

[F] [5]MoMA Exh. #1327, 11/4 1981-1/3 1982Directed by Adrienne Mancia and Stephen HarveyOrganized with the French Ministries of External Relations and of Culture and Unifrance Film/French Film OfficeSponsored by Thomson-Brandt and NEAExhibited:American Film InstitutePacific Film ArchiveLos Angeles County Museum/UCLAMuseum of Fine Arts, HoustonArt Institute of Chicago (n.d.)Folder incl. memos, corresp., press releases, brochure, checklist, clipping, schedules. For exhibition grant records, see II.3.5.32

1981-82
II.3.3.26 Stills From Lost Films

[PP]; 1969 [-]MoMA Exh. #880, 2/3-6/15 1969Directed by Kathleen HavenFolder incl. memos, expenses

II.3.3.27 Swedish Silent Cinema

[F]; 1977 [-] [cancelled]Folder incl. 1 memo Re: proposed publication

II.3.3.28 David O. Selznick's Hollywood

["David O. Selznick Film Stills"] [F,PP]; 1980 [-]MoMA Exh. #1288, 2/14-5/14 1980Directed by MCFolder incl. checklist, clippings, memos, expenses. For exhibition grant records, see II.3.5.28.2

II.3.3.29 Universal Film Stills

[PP]; 1977-78 [-]MoMA Exh. #1177, 6/9 1977-1/12 1978Directed by MCFolder incl. memos, corresp., checklist

II.3.3.30 Josef Fenneker: Cinema Posters from Berlin

[PR]; 1985 [-]MoMA Exh. #1387, 2/14-3/31 1985Folder incl. memos, corresp

II.3.3.31 Happy Anniversary Department of Film

["50th Anniversary Film Stills"] [PP]; 1978-1985 [-]Folder incl. installation schedule, 1 memo.

II.3.4 Painting and Sculpture

219 folders. Original order strictly maintained

Folder Title Date
II.3.4.1 Abstract Expressionist Exhibition

[P] [cancelled]Proposed exhibition for the Kunstmuseum, Basel, SwitzerlandFolder incl. checklist, insurance values, expenses, shipping

1982
II.3.4.2 Modern Sculpture: USA

["American Sculpture in Berlin"] [S]; 1965 [-]Berlin showing of ICE-F-96-63, Summer 1965Exhibition included works by 32 American artists held at the Hochschule für Bildende KunstSponsored by the American Embassy, Bonn, International Council of MoMA, and Deutsche Gesellschaft für Bildende KunstFolder incl. memos, constributor list, 1 TLS George McGhee (American Ambassador)-MW

II.3.4.3.1 Alexander Archipenko: The Parisian Years, "Checklists, etc"

[S]; MoMA Exh. #935, 7/20-10/18/70Directed by WSL, originally conceived by William C. Agee and installed by WG. C/E R-10Exhibited:Art Gallery of Ontario 1/8-2/21/71Krannert Art Museum 9/26-11/7Columbus Gallery of Fine Arts 11/22/71-1/2/72Folder incl. packing instructions, brochures, memos

1970-72 [3]
II.3.4.3.2 Alexander Archipenko: The Parisian Years, Correspondence

Folder incl. 4 MoMA installation photos, press releases, installation instructions, insurance claims, institution corresp., box list, loan agreement, checklist, insurance values, expenses, 1 ALS Frances Archipenko-Wilder Greene (1970)

1970-72
II.3.4.4 Art from Australia

1970-72 [-]; [proposed]American Airlines possible sponsor. Reason for cancellation unknownFolder incl. corresp., expenses, committee meeting notes, memos.

II.3.4.5.1 The Art of the Real: USA 1948-68, Correspondence

[P,S]MoMA #862, 7/3-9/8 1968ICE-F-114-67Directed by E. C. Goossen, guest curatorFolder incl. checklist, memos, clippings

1967-69
II.3.4.5.2 The Art of the Real: USA 1948-68, Memos

Folder incl. expenses, clippings

1967-69
II.3.4.6 Artist as Adversary

[P,DR,PR,PP,F]; 1971 [-]MoMA #968 7/1-9/27 1971Directed by Betsy Jones, sponsored by NEAFolder incl. memos, expenses, committee meeting notes, press releases, floor plan

II.3.4.7 El Museo del Barrio Project

1974 [-]; [proposed]Exhibition of contemporary Puerto Rican art planned for the El Museo del Barrio, New York, with the assistance of the Museum. Reason for cancellation possibly lack of fundingFolder incl. memos, projected budget, corresp

II.3.4.8 Max Beckmann

["Beckmann exhibition"] [P,DR,PR] [5]MoMA Exh. #754, 12/16 1964-1/31 1965Selected by Peter Selz in collaboration with Perry Rathbone (Museum of Fine Arts, Boston) and Harold Joachim (Art Institute of Chicago)Sponsored by the Government of the Federal Republic of GermanyExhibited:Museum of Fine Arts Boston 10/1-11/15/64Art Institute of Chicago 3/2-4/11/65Hamburg Kunstverein 5/15-7/11Frankfurt Kunstverein 7/17-9/12Tate Gallery 9/25-11/8Folder incl. general corresp., expenses, installation lists, insurance values, clippings, packing list, press releases, loans

1964-65
II.3.4.9 Bonnard and His Environment

["Bonnard Exhibition"] [P]; 1964 [-]MoMA Exh. #749, 10/7-11/29 1964co-directed by MW and James Elliott (Los Angeles County Museum of Art)Sponsored by the French GovernmentFolder incl. attendance records, 24 installation photos, floor plan, corresp., clippings

II.3.4.10 Louise Bourgeois

See Box 6

II.3.4.11 Brancusi

[S]; 1967-68 [-] [cancelled]Fragility of works forced cancellation of exhibitionFolder incl. press releases, memos, corresp

II.3.4.12 British Sculpture

[S]; 1969-70 [-] [cancelled]ICE-F-141-69Cancelled due to conflict in dates and availability of exhibition space proposed by British Council and MoMAFolder incl. corresp. with the British Council, memos

II.3.4.13 Patrick Henry Bruce

[P] [2]MoMA Exh. #1272, 8/22-10/21 1979Directed by William C. Agee and John ElderfieldSponsored by NEAExhibited:Museum of Fine Art, Houston 5/31-7/29/79Museum of Fine Art, Virginia 11/26/79-1/6/80Folder incl. press release, memos, corresp., conservation, exhibition agreement, floor plans, photocopies of installation photos, budget, clippings, checklist, brochure

1979-80
II.3.4.14 Paul Burlin 1886-1969

["Northeast"] [P]; MoMA Exh. #948, 12/10 1970-2/8 1971selected and installed by Virginia AllenFolder incl. memos, loan agreements, general corresp., press releases and expenses

1970-71
II.3.4.15.1 Alexander Calder, "Memos, Shipment"

[S,DR,PR] [4][ICE-F-149-70C/E R-18: directed by WSL, assisted by Bernice Rose, and installed by WGSponsored by the International Council of MoMAExhibited:Columbus Gallery of Fine Art 1/13-2/27/72Tyler Museum of Art, Texas 3/20-4/30Joslyn Art Museum, Nebraska 9/7-10/22Oakland Museum 11/14/72-1/1/73Folder incl. itinerary, loans, condition reports, insurance values, box list, brochure, general corresp., expenses, floor plan, installation plan, checklist

1970-73
II.3.4.15.2 Alexander Calder, "Institutions, Financial"

Folder incl. checklist, box lists, bibliography, packing instructions, installation sketches/directions (photocopy), expenses, floor plan

1970-73
II.3.4.10.1 Louise Bourgeois, Budget

[S,P,DR,PR] [3]MoMA Exh. #1337, 11/3 1982-2/8 1983Directed by Deborah Wye and Alicia LeggSponsored by NEAExhibited :Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston 3/12-5/8/83Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago 9/3-10/30Akron Art Museum 11/20/83-1/15/84Folder incl. expenses, corresp., shipping, floor plan, packing, fundraising, fact sheet, photocopies of installation photos

1981-84
II.3.4.10.2 Louise Bourgeois, Press Reports

Folder incl. clippings, reviews, invitations, wall label text, photocopies of installation photos, checklist, press release, brochure, 24 installation slides (Houston), 10 installation photos (Chicago), 1 installation photos (MoMA), 50 installation slides (Chicago), 3 installation photos (Houston)

1982-83
II.3.4.10.3 Louise Bourgeois, "International Tour"

Folder incl. corresp. with institutions, estimated expenses, checklist

1982
II.3.4.10.4 Louise Bourgeois, "Chicago Showing"

Folder incl. corresp., photocopies of installation photos, clippings, calendar, brochures, press release

1982-83
II.3.4.10.5 Louise Bourgeois, "American Tour"

Folder incl. memos, newsletter, 5 installation Polaroids, corresp., calendar, clippings

1983
II.3.4.10.6 Louise Bourgeois, "Loans and Lenders"

Folder incl. memos, corresp., conservation report, damage, loan agreements

1984
II.3.4.10.7 Louise Bourgeois, "Regular Checklist"

Folder incl. checklists, floor plans

1982-83
II.3.4.10.8 Louise Bourgeois, "Loans and Lenders"

Folder incl. insurance claim, corresp., loan agreements

1982
II.3.4.10.9 Louise Bourgeois, "Installation Instructions"

Folder incl. preparation instructions, diagrams for assembly

n.d.
II.3.4.10.10 Louise Bourgeois, "Annotated Checklist"

Folder incl. box list, checklist, 5 installation photos, press release, 19 installation slides

1983-84
II.3.4.10.11 Louise Bourgeois, "Attachments for Installation Instructions"

Folder incl. floor plan, instructions, 19 installation photos, photocopies of installation photos

n.d.
II.3.4.10.12 Louise Bourgeois, "Installation Booklet"

Binder unit incl. checklist, installation instructions

n.d.
II.3.4.16.1 Anthony Caro, Installation

[S]; 1975-76 [3]MoMA Exh. #1096, 4/30-7/6 1975Directed by WSR in collaboration with the Museum of Fine Arts, BostonSponsored by the British Council and NEAExhibited:Walker Art Center, Minneapolis 9/14-11/2/75Museum of Fine Art, Houston 12/12/75-2/1/76Museum of Fine Arts, Boston 3/25-5/9Folder incl. 19 slides, 19 installation photos

II.3.4.16.2 Anthony Caro, "Opening, Funding, Budget, National Endowment Memos"

Folder incl. clippings, tools, press release

1975
II.3.4.16.3 Anthony Caro, "Australia, Checklist"

Folder incl. corresp., checklist, small brochure

1974-76
II.3.4.16.4 Anthony Caro, "Photos, Catalogue, Elie Woron, WSRubin, Miscellaneous"

Folder incl. corresp. with Goldblatt, 3 slides of works of art, negatives, poster, memos, acknowledgments, clippings, invitations

1975
II.3.4.16.5 Anthony Caro, "Publicity Material on Caro from the Walker Art Center"

Folder incl. publicity report, clippings, calendar, press release

1975
II.3.4.16.6 Anthony Caro, "Houston"

Folder incl. memos, packing, condition report, checklist, floor plan, corresp. with Houston and other institutions

1975
II.3.4.16.7 Anthony Caro, "Loans and Lenders, Insurance"

Folder incl. corresp., contributions, sale of works, loan agreements, insurance values

1974-76
II.3.4.16.8 Anthony Caro, "Registrar, Estimate of Time Required to Assemble Sculptures"

Folder incl. conservation, installation, refurbishing, memos, lender list

1975
II.3.4.16.9 Anthony Caro, "MoMA Installation and Tour List, Checklist, Slides List, Ins. Photo List, Lenders List, Cons. List"

Folder incl. installation photo list, 21 installation slides and list; final checklist, working checklist

1975
II.3.4.16.10 Anthony Caro, "Boston"

Folder incl. corresp., expenses, floor plan, budget, 13 installation slides, invitations, calendar, 15 installation photos, press release

1975-76
II.3.4.16.11 Anthony Caro, "Upper Terrace Restoration, Hahn Brothers"

Folder incl. invoice, memos, corresp

1975-76
II.3.4.16.12 Anthony Caro, "Backup Material for Billing Mirvish and Emmerich"

Folder incl. memos, invoices, shipping, expenses

1975
II.3.4.16.13 Anthony Caro, "Box Storage, Tour, Dismantling, Dispersal"

Folder incl. shipping, expenses, box storage

1975-76
II.3.4.16.14 Anthony Caro, "Registrar/U.S. Shipment, Keating/Foreign Loans"

Folder incl. pedestals, models, receiving, shipping, values, press release

1975-76
II.3.4.16.15 Anthony Caro "Walker Art Center"

Folder incl. condition reports, floor plans, 3 model photos, 1 installation photo

1974-75
II.3.4.17.1 Dada, Surrealism and Their Heritage, Correspondence

[S,P,collage] [2]MoMA Exh. #855, 3/27-6/9 1968Directed by WSR. ICE-F-129-68: cancelledC/E 66-18: cancelledFolder incl. attendance records, packing list, 1 TLS Annalee Newman-WSR

1966, 1968
II.3.4.17.2 Dada, Surrealism and Their Heritage "Interoffice [memos]"

Folder incl. damage reports, clippings, packing list, dinner guest list, ALS (copy) Mark Rothko-Dorothy Dudley

1968-69
II.3.4.17.3 Dada, Surrealism and Their Heritage "Purchase orders, etc" 1968
II.3.4.18 Marcel Duchamp Tribute

["Marcel Duchamp"]; 1968 [-]MoMA Exh. #871, 10/22-11/17 1968memorial exhibition directed by KMSFolder incl. memos, installation estimate, checklist

II.3.4.19 Marcel Duchamp, Insurance

[DR,S,P] [3]MoMA Exh. #1050, 12/28 1973-2/24 1974co-directed by KMS and Anne d'Harnoncourt, The Philadelphia Museum of ArtSponsored by NEAExhibited:Philadelphia Museum of Art 9/22-12/9/73Art Institute of Chicago 3/20-5/5/74For exhibition grant records, see II.3.5.9Folder incl. memos, damage reports

1973-75
II.3.4.19.2 Marcel Duchamp "Preliminary checklist"

Folder incl. press release, revised checklist, floor plan, clippings

1972-74
II.3.4.19.3 Marcel Duchamp "Institutions, Publication, Memos, Fundraising, Contract, Meeting Notes"

Folder incl. press release, insurance policy, expenses, insurance claim, corresp., clippings, Philadelphia members calendar, book arrangements for essays, publicationChecklist

1972-74
II.3.4.19.4 Marcel Duchamp "Financial"

Folder incl. dismantling, installation, Kynaston McShine, framing, checklist, loans, corrresp, expenses

1973-74
II.3.4.19.5 Marcel Duchamp "Complimentary Marcel Duchamp catalogues"

Folder incl. press release; publication requests

1974
II.3.4.19.6 Marcel Duchamp, Publicity

Folder incl. 9 installation photos (MoMA), clippings, posters, 12 installation photos (Philadelphia)

1973-74
II.3.4.19.7 Marcel Duchamp "Memos, Shipment, Preliminary budget"

Folder incl. corresp., loans, checklist, 1 TLS (copy) Peggy Guggenheim-KMS

1971-75
II.3.4.20 Eight Contemporary Artists

[DR,PP,P,D]MoMA Exh. #1076, 10/9 1974-1/5 1975Directed by Jennifer LichtExhibition incl. works by Vito Acconci, Alighiero Boetti, Daniel Buren, Hanne Darboven, Jan Dibbets, Robert Hunter, Brice Marden and Dorothea RockburneSponsored by NYSCAFolder incl. checklist, budget, installation, memos, loans, clippings, floor plan

1974-75
II.3.4.21 Europe in the Seventies: Aspects of Recent Art

Non-Museum exhibition held in ChicagoFolder incl. 1 memo re: trip as research for proposed Museum exhibition

1977
II.3.4.22.1 Exchanges During Picasso, ["Mondrian Exhibition/Picasso, Exchange with Art Institute of Chicago"]

Exhibitions and individual works loaned to other institutions during MoMA-wide Picasso RetrospectiveSee also II.3.4.44, II.3.5.26Mondrian Works from the Collection of the Museum of Modern Art at the Art Institute of ChicagoFolder incl. memos, packing list, certificate of insurance, corresp. with Chicago, 1 TLS Sidney Janis-WSR (1979)

1979-80
II.3.4.22.2 Exchanges During Picasso "Picasso Exchange/Replacements, Institutions and Private Lenders"

Folder incl. corresp. with institutions and lenders (Cleveland Museum of Art, Dallas Museum of Fine Art, Hamburger Kunsthalle, Philadelphia Museum of Art, David Rockefeller, Mrs. Bertram Smith, William Paley, Tate Gallery), 2 installation photos, insurance values, memos, press release

1979-81
II.3.4.22.3 Exchanges During Picasso "Utilization of the Collection"

Folder incl. grant application, memos

1980
II.3.4.22.4 Exchanges During Picasso

Modern Masters: European Paintings from MoMA[P]; Exhibited at Metropolitan Museum of Art, 4/28-9/21 1980funded by NEA, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Knoll InternationalCatalogue edited by WSLFolder incl. checklist, insurance values, corresp. with Met, floor plan, memos, press release, 9 installation, photos, 2 catalogues

1980
II.3.4.23.1 The "Wild Beasts": Fauvism and its Affinities "Ft. Worth, San Francisco, offers, Lenders' list, Lecture series"

["Fauvism"] [P] [2]MoMA Exh. #1122, 3/24-6/24 1976Directed by John ElderfieldC/E R-40: sponsored by NEA and SCM CorporationExhibited:San Francisco Museum of Modern Art 6/28-8/15Kimbell Art Museum, Fort Worth 9/11-10/31Folder incl. showing reports, expenses, floor plan, memos

1975-77
II.3.4.23.2 The "Wild Beasts": Fauvism and its Affinities, Publicity ["Floor plans"]

Folder incl. brochure, security, clippings, press release, but no floor plans

1976
II.3.4.23.3 The "Wild Beasts": Fauvism and its Affinities, Floor plans

Folder incl. brochures, schedules, 6 photos, 21 installation photos (Kimbell), 3 installation photos (San Francisco)

1976
II.3.4.23.4 The "Wild Beasts": Fauvism and its Affinities "Fundraising, NEA, Memos, Catalogue"

Folder incl. packing/shipping, insurance values, installation, conservation and condition reports, mounting/framing, checklist

1976
II.3.4.23.5 The "Wild Beasts": Fauvism and its Affinities "Loans and Lenders" 1976-77
II.3.4.23.6 The "Wild Beasts": Fauvism and its Affinities, Insurance and Exchange Loans 1975-77
II.3.4.23.7 The "Wild Beasts": Fauvism and its Affinities "Shipping schedule"

Folder incl. installation schedule

1975-76
II.3.4.23.8 The "Wild Beasts": Fauvism and its Affinities "Offers, Budget, Checklist, Lecture series"

Folder incl. SCM, wall label text

1975-78
II.3.4.23.9 The "Wild Beasts": Fauvism and its Affinities, Floor plans 1975-76
II.3.4.24.1 Futurism and the International Avant-Garde, Lists

["Italian Futurist Works from MoMA for Philadelphia Museum of Art"] [P,S,DR]Exhibited:Philadelphia Museum of Art 10/24 1980-1/4 1981Musée d'Art Moderne, Paris (n.d.)Philadelphia showing sponsored by the Philadelphia Museum and NEA, Paris showing by FiatFolder incl. checklist, corresp. with Philadelphia, packing list, insurance values, damage

1980-81
II.3.4.24.2 Futurism and the International Avant-Garde "Centre Beauborg"

Folder incl. insurance values, memos, corresp. with Paris, fundraising

1980
II.3.4.25 Alberto Giacometti

[P,DR,S] [3]MoMA Exh. #768, 6/9-10/12 1965co-sponsored by the Art Institute of Chicago, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and the San Francisco Museum of Art, and directed by Peter Selz. Installed by WGExhibited:Art Institute of Chicago 11/5-12/12/65Los Angeles County Museum of Art 1/6-2/15/66San Francisco Museum of Art 3/10-4/24Folder incl. general corresp., clippings, installation, loans, 2TL (translated) Alberto Giacometti-Peter Selz (1964), 1 TLS Pierre Matisse-WG (1966)

1965-66
II.3.4.26 Sidney and Harriet Janis Collection

[P,S] [15]ICE-F-115-67MoMA Exh. #848, 1/17-3/4 1968Sponsored by the International Council of MoMAExhibited:Minneapolis Institute of Arts 5/15-6/30/68Portland Museum of Art 9/13-10-3Pasadena Art Museum 11/11-12/15San Francisco Museum of Art 1/13-2/16/69Seattle Art Museum 3/12-4/13Dallas Museum of Art 5/14-6/15Albright-Knox Gallery, Buffalo 9/15-10/19Cleveland Museum of Art 11/18-1/4/70Kunsthalle, Basel 2/28-3/30Institute of Contemporary Art, London 5/1-5/31Akademie der Kunst, Berlin 6/12-8/2Nürnberg Kunsthalle 9/11-10/25Württembergischer Kunstverein 11/11-12/27Palais des Beaux Arts, Brussels 1/7-2/11/71Kunsthalle, Kln 3/5-4/18Folder incl. press release, itinerary, 21 installation photos, 2 catalogues, box list, packing instructions

1968-71
II.3.4.27 Five Major Loans: Paintings lent by Mrs. Smith and Morton Simon

["Five Major Loans"] [P]; MoMA Exh. #866, 8/30-11/11 1968Directed by Bates LowryFolder incl. press release, memos, installation costs, project orders

1968
II.3.4.28.1 Ellsworth Kelly "Memos, Institutions [Correspondence]"

[DR,PR,P,S] [3]MoMA Exh. #1042, 9/12-11/4 1973Directed by E. C. Goossen, guest curator, sponsored by NYSCAICE-F-119-68; cancelledExhibited:Pasadena Museum of Modern Art 1/14- 3/4/74Walker Art Center, Minneapolis 4/5-5/21Detroit Institute of Art 6/24-8/11Folder incl. condition reports, damage, packing instructions, box list, ALS Ellsworth Kelly-Glichsman (1968)

1973-76
II.3.4.28.2 Ellsworth Kelly "Shipment, Loans and Lenders [Correspondence]"

Folder incl. insurance values, floor plan, TLS (copy) Ellsworth Kelly-Cora Rosevear, ALS (copy) Ellsworth Kelly-Cora Rosevear

1973-75
II.3.4.28.3 Ellsworth Kelly "Memos, Framing, Checklist"

Folder incl. clippings, press release, meeting notes, Arts Magazine

1970-74
II.3.4.28.4 Ellsworth Kelly "Institutions Abroad, Publication"

Folder incl. floor plans, checklist, 28 installation photos (polaroids)

1970-76
II.3.4.28.5 Ellsworth Kelly "Kelly, Persche, Goossen [Correspondence]"

Folder incl. 22 installation photos, condition reports, TLS (copy) Ellsworth Kelly-Richard Oldenburg, TLS (copy) Ellsworth Kelly-John Hightower, TLS (copy) Ellsworth Kelly-Wilder Green

1969-1975
II.3.4.28.6 Ellsworth Kelly "Financial, Lippincott"

Folder incl. memos re: damages, condition reports

1973-76
II.3.4.29 In Honor of Martin Luther King

["Martin Luther King, Jr"] [P]; Unnumbered MoMA Exh., 10/31-11/3 1968Directed by Carroll JanisWorks donated by artists to be sold for the benefit of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC)Folder incl. list of donors, press release, wall label text (incl. asking price), insurance values, list of works

1968
II.3.4.30.1 Willem de Kooning Retrospective Exhibition, Correspondence

["de Kooning Exhibition"] [P] [4]MoMA Exh. #884, 3/5-4/27 1969Directed by Thomas B. HessExhibited: Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam 9/19-11/17/68Tate Gallery 12/5/68-1/26/69Art Insitute of Chicago 5/16-7/6Los Angeles County Museum of Art 7/28-9/14Folder incl. checklist, clippings

1960-69
II.3.4.30.2 Willem de Kooning Retrospective Exhibition, Financial Information, Memos

Folder incl. box list, insurance values, budget, clippings, ALS (copy) Willem de Kooning-Rene d'Harnoncourt

1967-69
II.3.4.31 Kupka Exhibition

[P] [proposed]Folder incl. memos, 1 re: a Guggenheim Kupka retrospective planned for the same time period as the proposed MoMA show

1971
II.3.4.32.1 Loans During Expansion

Individual works loaned to other institutions during the Museum's expansionOrozco and Rivera Murals[P]; n.d.: [proposed]Folder incl. memos, corresp

1980-82
II.3.4.32.2 Loans During Expansion: Antibes

[P] [proposed]Proposed loan to Ville d'Antibes of Pablo Picasso's Night Fishing at Antibes.Folder incl. corresp., memos

1981
II.3.4.32.3 Loans During Expansion "Extended Loans from MoMA's Collection During Expansion - Brooklyn, Baltimore, Columbus"

Folder incl. corresp. with institutions, memos

1980-81
II.3.4.32.4 Loans During Expansion, Monet: Water Lilies for Kunstmuseum, Basel

Folder incl. corresp., memos

1982
II.3.4.32.5 Loans During Expansion "Loans During Expansion"

Folder incl. memos, corresp., press release, Oklahoma Art Center Artscape, 2 Oklahoma Art Center catalogues

1981-82
II.3.4.32.6 Loans During Expansion: MoMA Picasso Loans to Spain During the Expansion

[P] [2]Exhibited:Museo Español de Arte Contemporaneo, Madrid 10/25-12/8/81Museo Picasso, Barcelona 12/18/81- 1/31/82

1981-82
II.3.4.32.6i Loans During Expansion, Packing and Shipping

Folder incl. corresp. with Spain and France, color transparencies, insurance values

1981
II.3.4.32.6ii Loans During Expansion "Insurance" 1981
II.3.4.32.6iii Loans During Expansion, Foreign Correspondence

Folder incl. corresp. with institutions, conservation, checklist, insurance values, packing list, security reports

1981
II.3.4.32.6iv Loans During Expansion, Loans

Folder incl. clippings, insurance values, memos

1981
II.3.4.33.1 Robert Moskowitz "Booklet for Hirshhorn, Bohen Foundation"

[P,DR] [2]MoMA Exh. #1542, 2/10-5/1 1990organized by Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DCDirected by Ned Rifkin (Smithsonian) and Linda Shearer (Williams College)MoMA show sponsored by Bohen FoundationExhibited: Hirshhorn Museum and La Jolla Museum of Contemporary Art (n.d.)Folder incl. press release, wall text, calendar, photocopies of installation photos, clippings

1988-1990
II.3.4.33.2 Robert Moskowitz, Correspondence

Folder incl. expenses, memos, exhibition contract, checklist, credit line, clippings, fact sheet, shipping, storage, insurance values

1988-90
II.3.4.34.1 The Masterworks of Edvard Munch, Fundraising and Insurance

["Edvard Munch Paintings"] [P]; 1979 [-]MoMA Exh. #1254, 3/15-4/24 1979Directed by John ElderfieldExhibition drawn from works on loan to the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.Lecture by Robert Rosenblum held in conjunction with the exhibition.Sponsored by Mobil Corporation, and accompanying catalogue published with the aid of the Lauder FoundationFolder incl. insurance values, fundraising, corresp. with National Gallery of Art, budget, travel, checklist, brochure, 3 photos of works of art, MoMA newsletter

II.3.4.34.2 The Masterworks of Edvard Munch, Correspondence

Folder incl. loan corresp., corresp. with Norwegian museums, publicity, 8 installation photos, packing/shipping, box list, clippings

1979
II.3.4.35.1 The Paintings of Gerald Murphy "Financial, Shipment, Misc."

[P] [2]MoMA Exh. #1059, 4/9-5/19 1974Co-directed by WSR and Sarah MazoExhibited:San Francisco Museum of Art 6/12-7/24/74Dallas Museum of Art 8/28-9/29Folder incl. packing instructions, budget, press release, clippings, checklist, 5 installation photos

1974-1975
II.3.4.35.2 The Paintings of Gerald Murphy "Memos, L&L, Institutions, Checklist"

Folder incl. offers, Dallas newsletter, insurance claim, installation, floor plan

1974
II.3.4.36 Barnett Newman Memorial 1905-1970

[P]; 1970 [-]MoMA Exh. #936, 7/21-9/8 1970Folder incl. memo, abbreviated checklist, photo requisition

II.3.4.37.1 Barnett Newman, Correspondence and Memos

["Exhibition"] [P,DR] [3]MoMA Exh. #980, 10/21 1971-1/10 1972Directed by Thomas B. Hess, under auspices of the International Council of MoMA.Exhibited:Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam 3/31-5/22/72Tate Gallery 6/21-7/30Grand Palais, Paris 10/4-11/27Folder incl. conservation memo, dismantling, conditions, checklist

1970-72
II.3.4.37.2 Barnett Newman "Financial, Stedlijk Museum"

Folder incl. press release, conditions

1970-72
II.3.4.38 Ocean Projects: Hutchinson and Oppenheim

["Peter Hutchinson and Dennis Oppenheim: A Report: Two Ocean Projects"]; 1969 [-]MoMA Exh. #906, 10/20-11/30 1969Directed by Sara WeinerFolder incl. memos, schedules, expenses

II.3.4.39 Painting and Sculpture Collection

[P,S]; 1976 [-]MoMA Exh. #1134, 5/28-7/13 1976installed by KMSFolder incl. memos, partial floor plan

II.3.4.40 Eduardo Paolozzi

["Eduardo Paolozzi Sculpture"] [S]; 1964, 1969-71 [-]MoMA Exh. #748, 9/21-11/10 1964Directed by Peter Selz. C/E 68-20, 1969-71Folder incl. memos, preliminary budget, press release, corresp., 1 TLS (copy) Eduardo Paolozzi-Peter Selz (1964)

II.3.4.41.1 The Passionate Years: Expressionism in Germany 1905-1930, Budget Information and Checklist

["German Expressionism. The Passionate Years"] [P,DR,PR] [9]ICE-F-156-71; cancelledC/E R-5: directed by Renée NeuExhibited:State University of New York, Albany 3/8-4/5/70Georgia Museum of Art 6/19-7/31New York Cultural Center 9/7-10/18University of Connecticut Museum of Art 11/2-12/13Society of the Four Arts 1/3-1/31/71Herron Museum of Art, Indianapolis 2/22-4/4Seattle Art Museum 4/23-5/30Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute, Utica 9/6-10/17Cincinnati Art Museum 11/8-12/19Folder incl. expenses, loans and lender corresp., institutional corresp., budget, checklist, itinerary, schedule, packing instructions, memos, insurance values

1969-71
II.3.4.41.2 The Passionate Years: Expressionism in Germany 1905-1930, Catalogues and Correspondence

Folder incl. catalogues by exhibiting institutions, corresp., memos, checklist, press release

1969-71
II.3.4.42 Philadelphia in New York: 90 Modern Works from The Philadelphia Museum of Art

1972-73 [-]MoMA Exh. #1013, 10/18 1972-1/7 1973Directed by Betsy JonesExhibition part of an exchange: American Art Since 1945 - A Loan Exhibition from The Museum of Modern Art, directed by Anne d'Harnoncourt, The Philadelphia Museum of Art, was exhibited at the Philadelphia Museum; for this exhibition's grant records, see II.3.5.2Folder incl. memos, corresp., press release, expenses, loans, insurance values

II.3.4.43 Picasso: Guernica

Contents pertain to transfer of Guernica and related sketches to Museo del Prado, Madrid, from MoMA, September 1981Folder incl. shipping, corresp. with Madrid, memos, clippings, press release

1979-81
II.3.4.44.1 Pablo Picasso: A Retrospective "Rosengart Indemnity Matters"

MoMA Exh. #1290, 5/22-9/30 1980; codirected by William S. Rubin, Director of Painting and Sculpture, and Dominique Bozo, Curator in Charge of the Musée Picasso, ParisOne of two exhibitions in the United States that coincided with the centenary of the artist's birth (1881)The second exhibition, titled Picasso from the Musée Picasso, Paris, was held at the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, 2/10-3/30 1980A third Picasso exhibition was held concurrently at the Grand Palais, ParisOrganized by The Museum of Modern Art in collaboration with the Réunion des Musées Nationaux de France, this enormous retrospective marked the 50th anniversary of the Museum. Approximately 1,000 works of art were displayed throughout the Museum's galleriesOriginally scheduled to close September 16, 1980, the exhibition was extended an additional two weeks because of the tremendous public response, closing September 30, 1980. This exhibition was sponsored by IBM, the NEA, and the Robert Wood Johnson, Jr. Charitable Trust. Indemnity provided by the Federal Council on the Arts and HumanitiesFor supplemental grant records, see II.3.5.26 Folder incl. insurance values, insurance claim, memos, 6 condition photos

1980-81
II.3.4.44.2 Pablo Picasso: A Retrospective "CBS Picasso Film"

Folder incl. expenses, schedule

1979-81
II.3.4.44.3 Pablo Picasso: A Retrospective "RMN [Réunion des Musées Nationaux] Correspondence"

Folder incl. notes on shipping arrangements for works sent from France to Minneapolis and New York; list of works with valuations; travel arrangements for employees associated with the show; correspondence and memos relating to Dominique Bozo

1979-80
II.3.4.44.4 Pablo Picasso: A Retrospective "Loans and Lenders: Foreign [Correspondence]"

Alphabetically arranged by lender/lending institution

II.3.4.44.4i Pablo Picasso: A Retrospective "Loans and Lenders: Foreign [Correspondence] ": A - J

Folder incl. expenses, conditions

1979-81
II.3.4.44.4ii Pablo Picasso: A Retrospective "Loans and Lenders: Foreign [Correspondence] ": L - O 1979-81
II.3.4.44.4iii Pablo Picasso: A Retrospective "Loans and Lenders: Foreign [Correspondence] ": K

Folder incl. Musée Picasso loan return info

1979-1980
II.3.4.44.4iv Pablo Picasso: A Retrospective "Loans and Lenders: Foreign [Correspondence] ": P - Q

Folder incl. 3 TLS (copies) Roland Penrose-Carolyn Lanchner (1979)1 TLS Roland Penrose-Richard Oldenburg1 TLS (copy) Roland Penrose-Carolyn Lanchner (1980)1 TLS (copy) Roland Penrose-Laura Rosenstock (1980)

1980
II.3.4.44.4v Pablo Picasso: A Retrospective "Loans and Lenders: Foreign [Correspondence] ": R-T

Folder incl. box lists for loans to the Tate Gallery, London and invoice of works from the Réunion des Musées Nationaux, Paris

1979-80
II.3.4.44.4vi Pablo Picasso: A Retrospective "Loans and Lenders: Foreign [Correspondence] ": U - Z 1979-80
II.3.4.44.5i Pablo Picasso: A Retrospective "Loans and Lenders: U.S. [Correspondence] ": A - B

alphabetically arranged by lender/lending institution

1979-80
II.3.4.44.5ii Pablo Picasso: A Retrospective "Loans and Lenders: U.S. [Correspondence] ": C - F

Folder incl. insurance values, insurance policies

1979-80
II.3.4.44.5iii Pablo Picasso: A Retrospective "Loans and Lenders: U.S. [Correspondence] ": G - M

Folder incl. insurance values, insurance policies, damage

1979-80
II.3.4.44.5iv Pablo Picasso: A Retrospective "Loans and Lenders: U.S. [Correspondence] ": N - P

Folder incl. damage, insurance values, insurance policies, 1 TLS Joseph Pulitzer, Jr.- Richard Palmer (1980)

1980
II.3.4.44.5v Pablo Picasso: A Retrospective "Loans and Lenders: U.S. [Correspondence] ": Q - T

Folder incl. insurance values, insurance policies, 1 ALS (copy) Franoise Gilot-Laura Rosenstock (1979)

1979-80
II.3.4.44.5vi Pablo Picasso: A Retrospective "Loans and Lenders: U.S. [Correspondence] ": T - Z 1978-80
II.3.4.44.6 Pablo Picasso: A Retrospective "Loans and Lenders Musée National d'Art Modern/Beaubourg"

Folder incl. expenses, correspondence, insurance values

1979-80
II.3.4.44.7 Pablo Picasso: A Retrospective "Negotiations with Picasso Heirs"

Folder incl. insurance values, insurance policies, loan agreements, 1 ALS (copy) Christine Picasso-(addressed to "Cher Madame ") (1980)3 TLS (copies) Bernard Ruiz Picasso-Carolyn Lanchner (1980)1 ALS (copy) Christine Picasso-Richard Oldenburg (1979)

1979-80
II.3.4.44.8i Pablo Picasso: A Retrospective "Picasso Museum - Barcelona"

"Loan Correspondence "Folder incl. insurance values, correspondence re: The Picasso Museum in Barcelona, correspondence with Barcelona Mayor Narcis Serra and with Rosa Maria Subriana

1980
II.3.4.44.8ii Pablo Picasso: A Retrospective "Picasso Museum - Barcelona"

"Shipping/Waiver/Block/Contract/values list "Folder incl. value lists

1980
II.3.4.44.8iii Pablo Picasso: A Retrospective "Picasso Museum - Barcelona"

"Packing/Shipping contract"

1980
II.3.4.44.9 Pablo Picasso: A Retrospective "Russian Loans and Lenders"

Folder incl. insurance values, correspondence and lists re: works loaned by the Museum to the USSR as well as works loaned by the USSR to the Museum

1978-80
II.3.4.44.10 Pablo Picasso: A Retrospective "Additional Loans to the Exhibition"

Folder incl. loans and lenders, correspondence

1980
II.3.4.44.11 Pablo Picasso: A Retrospective "S.P.A.D.E.M. [Société de la Propriété Artistique et des Dessins et Modeles]/Design Group"

Folder incl. agreement between the Museum and SPADEM, the exclusive agent for several French lenders.

1980
II.3.4.44.12i Pablo Picasso: A Retrospective "Walker Art Center"

Correspondence ["Walker Art Center"]Folder incl. the NEA application for the Walker Art Center, shipping details and expenses, financial information, expense estimates, security information, correspondence Re: Paris trip, floor plans, insurance values

1979-80
II.3.4.44.12ii Pablo Picasso: A Retrospective "Walker Art Center"

"Lists and Loan Forms "Folder incl. insurance values

1979-80
II.3.4.44.12iii Pablo Picasso: A Retrospective "Walker Art Center"

"Lists for Walker and MOMA "n.d.

II.3.4.44.13 Pablo Picasso: A Retrospective "Damages and Possible Insurance Claims"

Folder incl. general correspondence, condition report

1980
II.3.4.44.14 Pablo Picasso: A Retrospective "Insurance"

["Block - Final Arrangements"]Folder incl. loan agreements, waivers, insurance values, insurance policies

1979-80
II.3.4.44.15 Pablo Picasso: A Retrospective "Hotel Arrangements for Foreign Visitors, Staff Trips Indemnity Checking Trips"

Folder incl. hotel arrangements, trips, indemnity

1979-80
II.3.4.44.16i Pablo Picasso: A Retrospective "Picasso, Shipping - Andre Chenue"

Shipments to United StatesFolder incl. schedules, instructions, security information, expenses

1979-80
II.3.4.44.16ii Pablo Picasso: A Retrospective "Picasso, Shipping - Andre Chenue"

"Arrangements for Shipment of New York (Only) Loans "Folder incl. detailed packing lists, memos, correspondence, insurance values, lenders, shipping with other states

1980
II.3.4.44.16iii Pablo Picasso: A Retrospective "Picasso, Shipping - Andre Chenue"

"Chenue, Return Shipments "Folder incl. memos, correspondence, expenses, invoices

1980
II.3.4.44.16iv Pablo Picasso: A Retrospective "Picasso, Shipping - Andre Chenue"

"Shipping Correspondence--Foreign "Folder incl. correspondence, memos

1979-80
II.3.4.44.17 Pablo Picasso: A Retrospective "Acoustiguide"

Folder incl. memos, usage data and reports on recorded walking tours of the exhibition

1980
II.3.4.44.18 Pablo Picasso: A Retrospective "Dismantling and Dispersal [of Exhibition]"

Folder incl. memos and notes on preparation of galleries (incl. floor plans), advance planning schedule, brochure, opening festivities and the Museum-wide exhibition meeting held 10/5/78, memos re: utilization of collection during Picasso exhibition.

1980
II.3.4.44.19 Pablo Picasso: A Retrospective "Traffic Control and Ticketing"

Folder incl. ticket sales information, general fact sheet, Ticketron, analysis of pedestrian traffic

1979-80
II.3.4.44.20 Pablo Picasso: A Retrospective "Exhibition and Other Signage"

Folder incl. indemnity, expense review, correspondence re: funding from IBM, the NEA and the Robert Wood Johnson Jr. Charitable Trust

1979-80
II.3.4.44.21 Pablo Picasso: A Retrospective "Framing [Instructions]" 1980
II.3.4.44.22 Pablo Picasso: A Retrospective "Additional Information"

Folder incl. checklist supplement, published acknowledgements, list of lenders, catalogue, credit line, poster, clippings, notes re: temperature and humidity in galleries and proposed Australian tour

1978-80
II.3.4.44.23 Pablo Picasso: A Retrospective "Special"

Folder incl. large type guides, clippings, memos concerning arrangements for physically disabled, visually and hearing-impaired visitors to the exhibition, corresp. re: allegations of discrimination toward disabled person

1980
II.3.4.44.24 Pablo Picasso: A Retrospective "Publicity File"

Folder incl. brochure, invitation, members calendar, Horizon magazine, clippings, press release, 1 photo of work of art

1980
II.3.4.45.1 Constructivism in Poland 1923-1936, Correspondence with Museums

["Polish Constructivism"] [PP,P,S] [4]MoMA Exh. #1118, 1/30-3/25 1976ICE-F-189-79 (exh. #5270), ConstructivismOrganized jointly with the Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, under the auspices of The International Council of MoMA and directed by James Wood and KMS. Works taken from the collection of Museum Sztuki, Lodz. Sponsored by the Polish People's Republic, Aspen Center of Contemporary Art, and the American Institute of Polish CultureExhibited:Detroit Art Institute 6/4-7/4/76Albright-Knox Art Gallery 9/24-10/31Art Institute of Chicago 11/27/76-1/9/77Musée d'Art Contemporain, Montréal 2/17-3/13

1976-77
II.3.4.45.2 Constructivism in Poland 1923-1936, Catalogue and Shipping Arrangements

Folder incl. checklist, corresp., memos, press release, packing list, damages, clippings, insurance values

1976-77
II.3.4.45.3 Constructivism in Poland 1923-1936, General Correspondence

Folder incl. itinerary, memos, corresp. with institutions, 9 installation photos (Albright-Knox), 3 installation photos (Detroit), clippings, press release, packing list, expenses, catalogue (Montréal)

1975-76
II.3.4.46 Centre Pompidou - Paris/New York

[P,S]; 1977-78 [-]: [cancelled]Non-Museum exhibition held in France and planned for installation at the MuseumFolder incl. corresp., memos, expenses, loans, insurance values, packing instructions, shipping

II.3.4.47.1 Robert Rauschenberg, Correspondence, Checklist and Expenses

[P,DR]; 1976-1977 [-]MoMA Exh. #1170, 3/25-5/17 1977Originated under the direction of Walter Hopps at the National Collection of Fine Arts, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C., and installed at the Museum by KMS. Sponsored by the NEAFolder incl. corresp. with the Smithsonian Institution, checklist, memos, expenses, invitations and announcements, press release, condition report, clipping

II.3.4.47.2 Robert Rauschenberg, Correspondence, Memos and Framing Records

Folder incl. memos, framing records, corresp. with lenders, installation schedule, clipping, invitations, catalogue from the Smithsonian Institution, international requests for exhibition, corresp. Re: "commission for Times Square lightboard "by the artist, shipping, floor plans

1976-77, 79
II.3.4.48 The Responsive Eye

[P]; [4] MoMA Exh. #757, 2/25-4/25 1965Directed by William C. SeitzExhibited:City Art Museum of St. Louis 5/20/65Seattle Art Museum 7/15-8/23Pasadena Art Museum 9/25-11/7Baltimore Museum of Art 12/14/65-1/23/66Folder incl. memos, corresp., invitation, attendance record, clipping, press release, budget, price list.

1965-66
II.3.4.49 Alexander Rodchenko

[P,DR, PP]; 1971 [-]MoMA Exh. #953, 2/2-4/21 1971Directed by Jennifer Licht.Originally to have circulated but cancelled due to lack of interestFolder incl. corresp., checklist, memos, brochure, clippings

II.3.4.50 Mark Rothko 1903-1970

["Rothko Memorial"] [P]; 1970 [-]MoMA Exh. #923, 3/26-5/31 1970Directed by WSR, installed by Alicia LeggFilng unit incl. expenses, memos, checklist, press release

II.3.4.51 Morgan Russell

[P,DR]; 1976 [-]MoMA Exh. #1121, 3/16-5/25 1976Directed by Cora Rosevear in collaboration with Professor Gail Levin Theodore, Connecticut College, who also wrote the textsFolder incl. memos, expenses, checklist, press release, conditions

II.3.4.52 The Taste of a Connoisseur: The Paul J. Sachs Collection

["Paul J. Sachs Collection"] [DR,PR]; 1967 [-]MoMA Exh. #815, 12/21 1966-3/5 1967memorial exhibition presented in cooperation with the Fogg Art Museum, Cambridge, and selected by WSLFolder incl. press release, memos, dismantling, expenses, memo re: damage to Sachs Galleries, matting and framing, repairs

II.3.4.53 Ben Schultz Memorial

["Ben Schultz Collection"]; 1968 [-]MoMA Exh. #851, 2/9-4/1 1968Folder incl. 1 project order

II.3.4.54 Kurt Schwitters

[P incl. collage] [5]MoMA Exh. #1009, 7/31-9/10 1972Directed by Jennifer Licht.C/E R-13: Exhibited:Baltimore Museum of Art 10/31-12/10/72Tacoma Art Museum 1/5-2/11/73Georgia Museum of Art 3/9-4/22Krannert Art Museum 9/23-11/4Massachusetts Institute of Technology 11/19-12/30Folder incl. memos, corresp., checklist, press release, Museum brochure, packing instructions, installation, clippings, institution, conditions of panels, condition reports, wall label text, loans

1972-73
II.3.4.55.1 The Sculpture of Richard Hunt "Loans and Lenders"

[S,DR,PR] [1]MoMA Exh. #959, 3/25-6/9 1971Directed by WSLExhibited Art Institute of Chicago, (n.d.)Folder incl. checklist, loan agreements/amendments, corresp., fundraising, press release

1971-72
II.3.4.55.2 The Sculpture of Richard Hunt, Correspondence

Folder incl. corresp., packing list, memos, 1 TLS Richard Hunt-Richard Palmer (1972)

1971-72
II.3.4.56 The Sculpture of Picasso

["Picasso Sculpture Exhibition"] [S]; MoMA Exh. #841, 10/11 1967-1/1 1968selected by Roland Penrose and installed by RDHExhibited:Arts Council of Great BritainCleveland Museum of ArtSan Francisco Museum of Art (n.d.)Folder incl. 3 (one of which a copy) TLS Penrose-MW (1966)corresp. (mostly photocopies), memos, attendance statistics, clippings, press release, poster, checklist, schedule1 TLS (copy) Penrose-Mrs. Donald Strauss (1966)1 TLS (copy) Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler-AHB (1962)1 TLS Penrose-Gray Williams (1967)

1967-68
II.3.4.57.1 Richard Serra/Sculpture, Budget, Fundraising and Educational Program

["Richard Serra"] [S]; 1985-86 [-]MoMA Exh. #1416, 2/26-5/13 1986organized by Laura Rosenstock in collaboration with Rosalind Krauss, guest curator, with financial support provided by NYSCA and the NEAUnder auspices of International Council of MoMAFolder incl. expenses, schedule, packing, shipping

II.3.4.57.2 Richard Serra/Sculpture, Shipping and Installation

Folder incl. committee meeting notes, memos, installation schedule, clippings, press release, floor plans, loans, 1 TLS (copy) Serra-Laura Rosenstock (1985)

1985-86
II.3.4.57.3 Richard Serra/Sculpture, Loan Correspondence

Folder incl. preliminary selections, memos, loan corresp., photocopies of works of art, insurance values, clippings

1985-86
II.3.4.57.4 Richard Serra/Sculpture, Shipping Arrangement ["Pack, Move"] 1985-86
II.3.4.57.5 Richard Serra/Sculpture, Expenses ["Unpaid"]

Folder incl. corresp

1985-86
II.3.4.58 Homage to Ben Shahn

["Tribute to Ben Shahn"] [P,DR]; 1969 [-]MoMA Exh. #888, 4/2-5/11 1969selected and installed by Margaret PotterFolder incl. press release, memos, corresp

II.3.4.59 David Smith

[S]; 1967 [-]ICE-F-82-63Directed by FOHExhibited in Europe, including the Stadt Nürnberg Kunsthalle, Germany in January 1967Folder incl. corresp., memos

II.3.4.60 Tony Smith: 81 More

["Tony Smith"] [S]; 1971-72 [-]MoMA Exh. #985, 11/27 1971-2/2 1972Directed by KMSSculpture created especially for the Barnett Newman exhibition (MoMA Exh. #980See also: II.3.4.27Folder incl. memos, expenses, 1 TLS JTS-Wilder Green (1971)

II.3.4.61 Tony Smith Exhibition

[working title] 1985-86 [-]: [proposed]Retrospective of indoor and outdoor sculpture, intended for installation in New York City parks and at the Museum in 1985-86Folder incl. proposed budget, memos, 1 TLS Jane L. Smith-WSR (1983)

II.3.4.62 The James Thrall Soby Bequest

[P,S]; 1979 [-]MoMA Exh. #1255a, 3/22-5/9 1979Directed by Alicia LeggFolder incl. checklist, press release, clipping. For exhibition grant records, see II.3.5.28.5

II.3.4.63 Sources of Modern Art

[P,S]; 1969 [-]: [proposed]Folder incl. budget, exhibition proposal

II.3.4.64.1 Spaces, Correspondence

MoMA Exh. #917b, 12/30 1969-3/1 1970selected by Jennifer LichtExhibition in which 6 artists created environments in 6 different Museum spacesFolder incl. corresp., memos, press releases, clipping, expenses, catalogue text

1969-70
II.3.4.64.2 Spaces "Financial"

Folder incl. corresp., memos, corresp. with artists

1969-70
II.3.4.65 Spanish Institute Exhibition

[P,S]; 1970 [-]: [cancelled]Joint Spanish Institute/International Council exhibition originally scheduled for November 1970. Cancelled due to lack of fundingFolder incl. memos

II.3.4.66 The Star Garden "(A Place), A Work by Les Levine

["The Star in the Garden: Les Levine Sculpture"]; 1967 [-]MoMA Exh. #825, 4/21-5/21 1967Folder incl. memos, corresp

II.3.4.67.1 Four Americans in Paris: The Collections of Gertrude Stein and Her Family "Packing, Shipping, Memos"

[P,DR,S] [3]MoMA Exh. #950, 12/19 1970-3/1 1971Directed by Margaret PotterPosters designed by Robert IndianaSponsored by the Alcoa FoundationUnnumbered C/E: exhibited:Baltimore Museum of Art 4/4-5/30/71National Gallery of Canada 6/25-8/15San Francisco Museum of Art 9/15-10/31Folder incl. notes on meeting, box list, loans

1969-71
II.3.4.67.2 Four Americans in Paris: The Collections of Gertrude Stein and Her Family "Institutions [Correspondence]"

Folder incl. conditions, brochure, insurance values, loans, clippings

1969-70
II.3.4.67.3 Four Americans in Paris: The Collections of Gertrude Stein and Her Family "Syndicate, Loans & Lenders [Correspondence]"

Folder incl. clippings

1969-71
II.3.4.67.4 Four Americans in Paris: The Collections of Gertrude Stein and Her Family "Publicity, Miscellaneous, Special Events"

Folder incl. checklist, insurance values, honorary committee, clippings, fundraising, press release

1969-71
II.3.4.68 Frank Stella: The Indian Bird Maquettes

["Maquettes by Frank Stella"] [S,DR]; 1979 [-]MoMA Exh. #1253, 3/12-5/1 1979Directed by WSR. C/E cancelledFolder incl. corresp., memos, press release, checklist, 2 small brochures, installation, budget

II.3.4.69.1 Frank Stella "Install.-Prep.-USA-Artists-Loans"

[P,DR] [4]MoMA Exh. #922, Paintings: 3/24-5/31 1970, Drawings: 3/24-5/24 1970Directed by WSR. ICE-F-117-68Exhibited:Hayward Gallery, London 7/23-8/30/70Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam 10/1-11/30Pasadena Art Museum 1/15-2/28/71Art Gallery of Ontario 4/8-5/9Folder incl. memos, corresp., 3 installation photos, brochure, box list, checklist

1967-71
II.3.4.69.2 Frank Stella "Europe-Travel-Insurance-Memos"

Folder incl. box list, installation, corresp., shipping, frames, clipping, members' newsletter, catalogue, floor plan

1968-70
II.3.4.69.3 Frank Stella "Budget, Financial, Checklist, Press Release"

Folder incl. 1 checklist and 1 memo

1970
II.3.4.70 Surrealism from the Collection of The Museum of Modern Art

[P,S,collage] [5]ICE-F-181-77: directed by Alicia Legg and Carolyn Lanchner.Exhibited:Museum des 20 Jahrhunderts, Vienna 2/8-3/26/78Kunsthalle, Düsseldorf 4/28-6/4Musée Royaux des Beaux Arts de Belgique, Brussels 6/15-7/30Kunsthaus, Zurich 8/17-10/1Sonja Henie-Niels Onstad Foundation, Oslo 10/22-12/3Folder incl. corresp., condition, insurance values, checklist, box list

1977-78
II.3.4.71 Turner: Imagination and Reality

["Turner Exhibition"] [P]; 1966 [-]MoMA Exh. #794, 3/23-6/19 1966Folder incl. corresp., memos, invitation, 12 installation photos, attendance statistics, complaints

II.3.4.72 Paintings from the Twenties to the Seventies, Museum of Modern Art at the Brooklyn Museum of Art

["Brooklyn Museum"] [P]; Exhibiten at Brooklyn Musem of Art 5/17-9/28/80 during Picasso Retrospectivefunded by NEA and NYSCAFolder incl. checklist, insurance values, memos, framing, conditions, calendar, 2 installation photos

1980
II.3.4.73.1 Twentieth Century Paintings from the Collection of The Museum of Modern Art, Budget and Insurance Information

["20th Century Painting from MoMA Collection"] [P] [6]C/E R-87b: directed by WSR and Cora RosevearWall label texts written by Alicia LeggSponsored in part by the Wells Fargo FoundationExhibited:High Museum of Art, Atlanta 2/12-4/11/82Seattle Art Museum 4/27-7/4San Diego Art Museum 7/23-9/26William Rockhill Nelson Gallery of Art/Atkins Museum of Fine Art, Kansas City 10/21-12/10New Orleans Museum of Art 2/4-3/20/83Denver Art Museum 4/15-7/3Folder incl. budget, checklist, insurance values, corresp. re: Rouault's Clown Confusion, memos, expenses, transport, museum calendar

1982-83
II.3.4.73.2 Twentieth Century Paintings from the Collection of The Museum of Modern Art, Shipping Arrangements

Folder incl. box list, tour transporation corresp., packing instructions, press release

1982-83
II.3.4.73.3 Twentieth Century Paintings from the Collection of The Museum of Modern Art, Correspondence with Institutions

Folder incl. corresp. with exhibitors, clippings, lecture mss, museum calendars

1982-83
II.3.4.73.4 Twentieth Century Paintings from the Collection of The Museum of Modern Art, Memos and Wall Label Text

Folder incl. memos, color transparencies list, panel text, 1 transparency (Picasso's Artist and Model

1981-83
II.3.4.73.5 Twentieth Century Paintings from the Collection of The Museum of Modern Art, Publicity and Photographs

Binder containing press releases, photos, articles from the exhibitors

1982-83
II.3.4.73.6 Twentieth Century Paintings from the Collection of The Museum of Modern Art, Correspondence with Institutions

Folder incl. corresp. with exhibitors

1982-83
II.3.4.73.7 Twentieth Century Paintings from the Collection of The Museum of Modern Art, Photographs and Slides

Folder incl. 68 slides and 10 photos of installations at exhibiting institutions, museum calendars

1982-83
II.3.4.73.8 Twentieth Century Paintings from the Collection of The Museum of Modern Art "20th Century Paintings from the Collection, A. Legg"

Folder incl. checklist, corresp., guides to the exhibition, clippings

1982-83
II.3.4.74 Twentieth Century Portraits

[P,S] [5]C/E R-23: directed by WSLExhibited:Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach 1/7-2/6/72Georgia Museum of Art 4/2-5/7Witte Memorial Museum, San Antonio 5/22-7/2Krannert Art Museum 9/17-10/29Arkansas Art Center 11/20-12/31Folder incl. clippings, itinerary, checklist, corresp., memos, packing instructions, panel text, condition reports, catalogue

1971-72
II.3.4.75 Ways of Looking

[P,S]; 1971 [-]MoMA Exh. #974, 7/28-11/1 1971Directed by KMS. Introductory exhibition to those unfamiliar with modern artFolder incl. memos, floor plans, wall label text

II.3.4.76 Thomas Wilfred: Lumia

[DR,S]; [1]MoMA Exh. #975, 8/9-9/20 1971Directed by Donna SteinExhibited Corcoran Gallery of Art 4/18-5/30/71Folder incl. memos, press release

1971
II.3.4.77.1 Jackie Winsor, Loan Correspondence, Memos and Insurance Information

[S] [2]MoMA Exh. #1245, 1/12-3/6 1979C/E R-60: directed by KMS, sponsored by NEAExhibited:Art Gallery of Ontario 5/5-6/24/79Fort Worth Art Museum 9/14-10/21Folder incl. memos, insurance corresp., loan corresp., installation schedule, checklist, itinerary, clipping, brochure, conditions, budget, packing, shipping

1978-1979
II.3.4.77.2 Jackie Winsor "For meeting with Marge Goldwater and David Ryan/FtWorth - March 1, 10:00"

Folder incl. catalogue, press release, announcement of presentation by artist on Feb. 24, 1979 in conjunction with exhibition

1978-79
II.3.4.77.3 Jackie Winsor "Publicity, Resumé"

Folder incl. press releases, clippings, artist's resumé, checklist, packing instructions, 5 Museum installation photos

1978-79
II.3.4.77.4 Jackie Winsor, Correspondence with Institutions

Folder incl. corresp. with exhibiting institutions, 4 installation photos, various checklists, press releases, museum calendar, insurance values, 4 installation slides, clippings

1978-79
II.3.4.78 Younger Abstract Expressionists of the Fifties

[P,S]; 1971 [-]MoMA Exh. #962, 4/26-9/6 1971Directed by Alicia LeggFolder incl. memos, checklist, press release

II.3.5 Grants for Exhibitions 1931-1990

76 folders. Original order strictly maintained

Folder Title Date
II.3.5.1.1 African Textiles & Decorative Arts, Budget Correspondence

[D in textiles, jewelry, costumes] [4]Grant #A72-0-637 ($25,000): MoMA Exh. #1012, 10/11 1972-1/31 1973. ICE-F-137-69See also, II.3.1.2Folder incl. corresp., budget, grant application.

1972-74
II.3.5.1.2 African Textiles & Decorative Arts, Descriptive Report

Folder incl. 4 MoMA installation photos, brochures, calendars4 installation photos (L.A. County Museum of Art)4 installation photos (California Palace of The Legion of Honor)4 installation photos (Cleveland Museum of Art), checklistEducation Program Reportposter

1972-74
II.3.5.2 American Art Since 1945 - A Loan Exhibition from The Museum of Modern Art

[P,S] [8]Grant #A10448-74 ($41,742)C/E R-33: directed by Alicia Legg, sponsored by Mobil Corporation and NEAExhibited:Dallas Museum of Fine Art; Denver Art MuseumFine Art Gallery of San DiegoGreenville County Museum of Art, South CarolinaJoslyn Art MuseumToledo Museum of ArtVirginia Museum of Fine ArtWorcester Art Museum (n.d.)Folder incl. budget corresp., memos, progress, report, checklist, grant application, Education Program ReportSee also II.3.4.42

1975-77
II.3.5.3 The Natural Paradise: Painting in America 1800-1950

["American Romantic Tradition"] [P]; 1975-78 [-]Grant #R60-20-66 ($75,000): MoMA Exh. #1148, 9/29-11/30 1976Directed by KMS, sponsored by NEAFolder incl. budget corresp., grant application

II.3.5.4 The Architecture of the Ecole des Beaux Arts, Budget Correspondence

[DR] [1]Grant #R50-20-434 ($75,000): MoMA Exh. #1110, 10/29 1975-1/4 1976Directed by AD, sponsored by NEAExhibited:National Gallery of Canada (n.d.)Folder incl. corresp., budget report, grant application

1974-77
II.3.5.4.2 The Architecture of the Ecole des Beaux Arts, Descriptive Report

Folder incl. checklist, brochures, photocopies of installation photos, press release, clippings, catalogue

1975-78
II.3.5.5.1 Art of the Twenties, Descriptive Report

[P,F,S,DR]; 1979-81 [-]Grant #92-2023-235 ($75,000): MoMA Exh. #1277, 11/14 1979-1/22 1980Directed by WSL, films for exhibition selected by Eileen Bowser. Sponsored by NEA and SCM CorporationFolder incl. brochure, press release, photocopies of installation photos, 3 photos of works of art, clippings

II.3.5.5.2 Art of the Twenties, Budget Correspondence

Folder incl. grant application, memos

1978-81
II.3.5.6.1 The Work of Atget: Old France, Budget Correspondence

["The Art of Atget: Old France"] [PP] [6]Grant #12-2125-531: MoMA Exh. #1322, 10/3 1981-1/3 1982first of four exhibitions on the art of Atget shown at the MuseumDirected by John Szarkowski and sponsored by NEA and Springs Mills, IncExhibited:Corcoran Gallery of Art 1/23-3/7/82St. Louis Art Museum 4/1-5/16Art Institute of Chicago 6/15-8/15Minneapolis Institute of Art 9/13-11/7Detroit Institute of Art 12/6/82-2/6/83San Francisco Museum of Modern Art 3/12-4/18C/E R-85, Atget: Old FranceSee also: C/E R-93, Atget: The Art of Old Paris (MoMA Exh. #1335, The Work of Atget: Old Paris, 10/14 1982-1/4 1983): 1983-84 [6]C/E R-96, Atget: Ancien Régime (MoMA Exh. #1394, The Work of Atget: Ancien Régime, 3/14-5/14 1985): 1983-85 [6]The Work of Atget: Modern Times (MoMA Exh. #1393, 3/14-5/14 1985)ICE-F-201-82, Eugène Atget: 50 New Albumen PrintsFolder incl. grant application, corresp

1982-83
II.3.5.6.2 The Work of Atget: Old France, Descriptive Report

Folder incl. corresp., press release, wall label, photocopies of installation photos, 3 photos, box list, clippings

1981-82
II.3.5.7.1 Before Photography: Painting and the Invention of Photography, Budget Correspondence

["Before Photography"] [PP] [3]Grant #12-4442-255 ($75,000): MoMA Exh. #1308, 5/6-7/5 1981C/E R-74: directed by Peter Galassi, sponsored by NEAExhibited:Joslyn Art Museum 9/12-11/8/81Wight Art Galleries, University of California, Los Angeles 1/4-2/21/82Art Institute of Chicago 3/15-5/9Folder incl. grant application, budget

1979-82
II.3.5.7.2 Before Photography: Painting and the Invention of Photography, Descriptive Report

Folder incl. press release, photocopies of installation photos, 4 photos of works of art, brochures, clippings

1981
II.3.5.8.1 Harry Callahan, Budget Correspondence

[PP] [5]Grant #RQ0-20-58 ($46,000): MoMA Exh. #1158, 12/2 1976-2/8 1977.C/E R-42: directed by John Szarkowski, sponsored by NEAExhibited:Museum of Art, Providence 10/12-11/20/77Blaffer Gallery, Houston 1/13-2/26/78Fine Art Gallery, Northridge, California 3/19-4/23Walker Art Center, Minneapolis 7/1-8/13Center for Creative Photography, Tucson 9/10-10/15Folder incl. grant application, memos, corresp

1975-78
II.3.5.8.2 Harry Callahan, Descriptive Report

Folder incl. press release, photocopies of installation photos, clippings, museum calendar, 3 installation photos

1977-78
II.3.5.9 Marcel Duchamp

[DR,S,P] [3]Grant #A30-44-58 ($60,000): MoMA Exh. #1050, 12/28 1973-2/24 1974Folder incl. budget corresp., memos, grant applicationSee also, II.3.4.19

1973-1974
II.3.5.10 William Eggleston, Budget Correspondence

[PP] [5]Grant #A40-41-192 ($10,000): MoMA Exh. #1133, 5/24-8/1 1976C/E R-41: directed by John Szarkowski, sponsored by NEA and Vivitar, IncExhibited:Seattle Art Museum 9/15-11/1/76Santa Barbara Museum of Art 11/22/76-1/2/77Wight Art Gallery, University of California, Los Angeles 1/30-3/13Reed College, Portland 4/2-5/1University of Maryland Art Gallery 9/15-10/23Folder incl. grant application, memos, corresp

1974-78
II.3.5.10.2 William Eggleston, Descriptive Report

Folder incl. checklist, poster, clippings, press release, 1 photo of work of art, 2 installation photos

5/1976
II.3.5.11.1 Impresario: Ambroise Vollard, Budget Correspondence ["Impressario: Ambroise Vollard"],

[PR,S] [3]Grant #C70-20-37N ($125,000): MoMA Exh. #1175, 6/6-9/6 1977: directed by RC, sponsored by Exxon ($66,167.05) and NEAExhibited:Art Gallery of Ontario 10/22-12/4/77Toledo Museum of Art 3/19-4/23Krannert Art Museum 1/15-2/19/78Folder incl. grant application, memos, corresp., insurance values, checklist

1975-78
II.3.5.11.2 Impresario: Ambroise Vollard, Descriptive Report ["Ambroise Vollard"]

Folder incl. clippings, poster, press release, checklist, photocopies of installation photos, museum calendar

1977-78
II.3.5.12 Interpretive Program: "Guernica in Context"

[DR,P]; 1978-79 [-]Folder incl. budget corresp., grant application, memosalso grant application pertaining to "Vienna 1900 - Exhibition Planning "( Vienna 1900, MoMA Exh. #1986, 7/3-10/26 1986; Directed by WSL)

II.3.5.13.1 New Japanese Photography, Budget Correspondence

["Japanese Photography"] [PP] [8]Grant #A30-41-128 ($15,000): MoMA Exh. #1057, 3/27-5/19 1974C/E R-32: directed by John Szarkowski and Shoji Yamagishi, sponsored by NEA and SCM CorporationExhibited:Denver Art Museum 9/13-12/1/74St. Louis Art Museum 1/9-2/16/75Minneapolis Institute of Art 3/10-4/27Winnipeg Art Gallery 6/2-7/13Krannert Art Museum 9/1-10/12San Francisco Museum of Art 11/5-12/14Seattle Art Museum 1/8-2/16/76Portland Art Museum 3/16-4/18Folder incl. grant application, corresp

1973-77
II.3.5.13.2 New Japanese Photography, Descriptive Report

Folder incl. 1 installation photo, press release, posters, checklist, clippings

1974-77
II.3.5.14 Lee Krasner: A Retrospective

["Lee Krasner"] [P] [3]No endowment grantedMoMA Exh. #1385, 12/20 1984-2/12 1985Directed by WSR and Barbara Rose (Museum of Fine Arts, Houston)Exhibited:Museum of Fine Arts, HoustonSan Francisco Museum of ArtArt Institute of Chicago (n.d. or itinerary)Folder incl. budget corresp., grant application, memos, corresp

1984-85
II.3.5.15.1 Sol LeWitt, Budget Correspondence

[DR,PP,S] [3]Grant #R80-20-2 ($50,000): MoMA Exh. #1197, 2/3-4/4 1978C/E R-52: directed by Alicia Legg, sponsored by NEA and NYSCAExhibited:Musée d'Art Contemporain, Montréal 9/5-10/24/78Krannert Art Museum 3/4-4/8/79Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago 6/8-8/12La Jolla Museum of Contemporary Art 9/29-11/4Folder incl. grant application, memos, checklist, photocopies of installation photos

1976-79
II.3.5.15.2 Sol LeWitt, Descriptive Report

Folder incl. brochure, catalogues, clippings, 7 installation photos (Chicago), 6 installation photos (La Jolla)

1977-79
II.3.5.16 Matisse: "The Swimming Pool

["Matisse Swimming Pool"]; 1977 [-]Grant #R70-20-86 ($12,480): MoMA Exh. #1167, 3/11-8/1 1977Directed by WSR, sponsored by NEAFolder incl. budget corresp., grant application

II.3.5.17 Printed Art Since 1965

[PR]; 1980 [-]MoMA Exh. #1287, 2/13-4/1 1980Directed by RCFolder incl. grant application, budget corresp

II.3.5.18 Seurat to Matisse: Drawing in France

[DR]; 1974 [-]Grant #A40-20-56 A&B: MoMA Exh. #1064, 6/13-9/8 1974Directed by WSRFolder incl. grant application, memos, budget corresp

II.3.5.19.1.1 Steichen Gallery Exhibition Program "Steichen Gallery Shows"

[PP]; 1975-1981 [-]Grant #R50-41-236 ($10,000): directed by John SzarkowskiIrving Penn: Recent Works, 1975-76 [2]: MoMA Exh. #1099, 5/19-8/3 1975 (C/E R-38)Picture Puzzles, MoMA Exh. #1106, 8/12-11/16 1975Eugene Buechel, S. J. Rosebud and Pine Ridge Photographs, MoMA Exh. #1113, 11/20 1975-2/8 1976Recent Acquisitions: Photography ( "Photography: Recent Acquisitions 1974-1976 "), MoMA Exh. #1130, 5/6-7/18 1976Folder incl. memos, grant application, budget corresp

II.3.5.19.2 Steichen Gallery Exhibition Program "Steichen Gallery Grant"

Grant #R60-41-255 ($10,000): directed by John SzarkowskiLonger Views: 40 Photographs by Nicholas Nixon ( "Longer Views: Photographs by Nick Nixon "), MoMA Exh. #1141, 7/22-10/3 1976Photographs by Stephen Shore, MoMA Exh. #1150, 10/8 1976-1/4 1977Tina Modotti, 1977 [1]: MoMA Exh. #1161, 1/10-4/5 1977 (C/E R-45)Courthouse, MoMA Exh. #1172, 4/12-7/10 1977Folder incl. budget corresp

1976-78
II.3.5.19.3 Steichen Gallery Exhibition Program "Steichen Galleries Exhibitions"

Exhibitions under grant numbers #R50-41-236 and #R60-41-255: directed by John SzarkowskiIrving Penn: Recent Works, 1975-76 [2]: MoMA Exh. #1099, 5/19-8/3 1975 (C/E R-38)Picture Puzzles, MoMA Exh. #1106, 8/12-11/16 1975Eugene Buechel, S. J. Rosebud and Pine Ridge Photographs, MoMA Exh. #1113, 11/20 1975-2/8 1976Recent Acquisitions: Photography ( "Photography: Recent Acquisitions 1974-1976 "), MoMA Exh. #1130, 5/6-7/18 1976Longer Views: 40 Photographs by Nicholas Nixon ( "Longer Views: Photographs by Nick Nixon "), MoMA Exh. #1141, 7/22-10/3 1976Photographs by Stephen Shore, MoMA Exh. #1150, 10/8 1976-1/4 1977Tina Modotti, 1977 [1]: MoMA Exh. #1161, 1/10-4/5 1977 (C/E R-45)Courthouse ( "Photographs of County Courthouses "), MoMA Exh. #1172, 4/12-7/10 1977Photographs by Chauncey Hare, MoMA Exh. #1179, 7/18-10/22 1977Folder incl. press release, photocopies of installation photos, checklist, clippings

1975-77
II.3.5.19.4 Steichen: The Master Prints 1895-1914

Grant #R70-41-233 ($15,000): MoMA Exh. #1200, 2/14-3/28 1978Directed by Dennis Longwell, sponsored by NEA and NYSCA

II.3.5.19.4i Steichen: The Master Prints 1895-1914 "Steichen Gallery Shows"

Folder incl. budget corresp., grant application

1977-1978
II.3.5.19.4ii Steichen: The Master Prints 1895-1914 "Descriptive Report"

Folder incl. press release, checklist, photocopies of installation photos, brochure, clippings

1978-79
II.3.5.19.5 Steichen Gallery/Edward Steichen

Descriptive Report for exhibitions other than Steichen: The Master Prints 1895-1914 that fall under the same grant (#R70-41-233):Photographs by Chauncey Hare, MoMA Exh. #1179, 7/18-10/22 1977Directed by John SzarkowskiHerbert Bayer: Photographic Works, MoMA Exh. #1191, 10/31 1977-1/29 1978Directed by Betty Gold and Leland RiceNew Standpoints: 1940-1955, MoMA Exh. #1199, 2/6-4/30 1978Directed by Peter CollinsJerry Dantzig and the Cirkut Camera, 1978-80 [11]: MoMA Exh. #1212, 5/9-7/30 1978 (C/E R-50)Directed by John SzarkowskiExhibited:Columbia Museum of Art 8/22-9/24/78Waco Art Center 11/18/78-1/7/79Contemporary Art Museum, Houston 1/22-3/4Minneapolis Institute of Art 3/19-5/13Art Museum of South Texas 6/1-7/15Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum, Wausau, Wisconsin 7/31-9/1Ulrich Museum of Art, Wichita 10/1-10/28Chicago Public Library Cultural Center 11/10-12/9Krannert Art Museum 1/13-2/24/80Jefferson National Exposition Memorial 3/11-4/20Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse 5/5-6/15Folder incl. press release, checklist, photocopies of installation photos, brochure

1975-79
II.3.5.19.6 Steichen Gallery Shows

Grant #92-4114-287 ($12,500): Larry Fink ( "Photographs by Larry Fink "), MoMA Exh. #1268, 8/6-10/30 1979Directed by Susan Kismaric, sponsored by NEA, NYSCA, and Springs MillsWilliam Klein (Photographs and Slides) ( "Photographs by William Klein "), MoMA Exh. #1294, 10/23 1980-1/1 1981Directed by Susan KismaricIn the Twenties: Portraits from the Photography Collection, MoMA Exh. #1278, 11/14 1979-3/16 1980Directed by Ingrid SischyAmerican Children, 1981-83 [9]: MoMA Exh. #1301, 1/8-3/29 1981Directed by Susan KismaricExhibited:Lowe Art Museum 6/10-8/23/81Ulrich Museum of Art, Wichita 9/30-11/8Middle Tennessee State University 1/31-2/21/82Arkansas Art Center 4/2-5/9Columbia Museum of Arts and Sciences, South Carolina 6/6-7/17Los Angeles Arts and Science Center 9/1-10/10Art Center, Inc., South Bend, Indiana 10/31-12/12Birmingham Museum of Art 1/10-2/20/83Schweinfürth Memorial Art Center 3/14-4/24Alfred Capel Cure, MoMA Exh. #1306, 4/3-6/28 1981Directed by Samuel Wagstaff (Detroit Institute of Art)

II.3.5.19.6i Steichen Gallery Shows, Budget Correspondence

Folder incl. grant application, memos, corresp

1979-81
II.3.5.19.6ii Steichen Gallery Shows, Descriptive Report ["Steichen Gallery Exhibitions"]

Folder incl. press release, checklist, clippings, photocopies of installation photos, calendar

1979-81
II.3.19.7 Steichen Gallery Exhibition Program "Steichen Gallery Shows"

Grant #R80-41-248:Art Sinsabaugh: Landscapes, MoMA Exh. #1222, 8/7-10/31 1978Directed by John SzarkowskiGrain Elevators: Photographs by Frank Gohlke, 1979-80 [5]: MoMA Exh. #1237, 11/7 1978-2/4 1979 (C/E R-58)Directed by John Szarkowski, sponsored by Springs MillsPrairie: Photographs by Robert Adams, MoMA Exh. #1249, 2/9-5/1 1979Directed by Robert Adams, sponsored by NYSCAArnold Crane Collection ( "Nineteenth Century Photographs form the Arnold H. Crane Collection "), MoMA Exh. #1261, 5/7-7/29 1979Directed by Betsy Jablow and Newhall Fellow

II.3.5.19.7i Steichen Gallery Exhibition Program, Budget Correspondence

Folder incl. corresp., grant application

1978-80
II.3.5.19.7ii Steichen Gallery Exhibition Program, Descriptive Report ["Steichen Gallery Exhibitions"]

Folder incl. checklist, press release, clippings, photocopies of installation photos

1978-81
II.3.5.20 Public Relations: Garry Winogrand Photographs

["Garry Winogrand: Public Relations"] [PP] [3][MoMA Exh. #1190, 10/18-12/11 1977C/E R-51: directed by Ted Papageorge (Yale University), sponsored by NEAExhibited:Florida International University 9/15-10/14/78Reed College, Oregon 11/11-12/17Laguna Gloria Art Museum, Austin 1/8-3/9/79Folder incl. press release, brochures, photocopies of installation photos, clippings, poster

1977-1979
II.3.5.21.1 Reinstallation of the Collection, Budget Correspondence

[P,S,A,D,DR,PP]Grant #A72-0-1035 ($25,000): directed by WSRFolder incl. final report, corresp

1973
II.3.5.21.2 Reinstallation of the Collection "National Endowment-Report on Reinstallation of Collection"

Folder incl. corresp., grant application, budget

1973
II.3.5.22 National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) Descriptive Reports ["NEA Descriptive Report on Reinstallation of P & S, Photo, Drawings, Architecture & Design"]

Grant #22-4422-373 "Reinstallation of the Architecture and Design Collection"Grant #44-4422-0344 "Reinstallation of the Drawing Collection"Grant #32-4422-00220 "Reinstallation of the Painting and Sculpture Collection"Grant #42-4422-0344 (ca. 9/1984) "Reinstallation of the Photography Collection"Folder incl. press release, clippings, 3 installation photos (drawings), 3 installation photos (painting and sculpture), 3 installation photos (photography)

II.3.5.23 Reinstallation of the Drawings Collection, ["NEA Grant for Utilization of the Drawings Collection"]

Grant #42-4422-0344 ($35,000)Folder incl. grant application, reports on project, budget corresp

1983-84
II.3.5.24 Reinstallation of the Painting and Sculpture Collection, ["Utilization of the Painting and Sculpture Collection"]

Grant #32-4422-00220 ($60,000)Folder incl. budget corresp., floor plan

1982-84
II.3.5.25.1 Edward Weston, Budget Correspondence

[PP] [5]Grant #T50-20-8N ($44,000): MoMA Exh. #1085, 1/29-3/30 1975. C/E R-36: directed by Willard Van Dyke, sponsored by NEA and SCM CorporationExhibited:Museum of Fine Arts, Houston 5/15-6/29/75Detroit Institute of Art 7/22-9/15Des Moines Art Center 11/24/75-1/4/76Denver Art Museum 1/26-3/14Baltimore Museum of Art 4/13-6/13Folder incl. grant application, corresp

1973-77
II.3.5.25.2 Edward Weston, Descriptive Report

Folder incl. press release, wall label text, checklist, photocopies of installation photos, clippings, 4 installation photos

1975-77
II.3.5.26 Wider Availability of Museums [collection] During Picasso

Grant #02-4422-269 ($35,000): Pablo Picasso: A Retrospective, MoMA Exh. #1290, 5/16-9/30 1980Directed by Richard PalmerFolder incl. budget corresp., photocopies of installation photosFor the exhibition record inventory, see Appendix A

1980
II.3.5.27 Departmental Gallery Exhibitions and Smaller Temporary Exhibitions, ["Departmental Gallery Exhibitions"]

No grant # listed ($35,000)Folder incl. budget corresp., grant application

1980-81
II.3.5.28.1 Departmental Gallery Exhibitions and Smaller Temporary Exhibitions, Budget Correspondence

Grant #02-4442-176 ($40,000)Folder incl. grant application, budget

1978-81
II.3.5.28.2 Departmental Gallery Exhibitions and Smaller Temporary Exhibitions "Departmental Gallery Grant - Auditorium Gallery,"

Designed for Film: The Hollywood Art Director, MoMA Exh. #1213, 5/11-9/26 1978: see also, II.3.3.5American International Pictures, MoMA Exh. #1270, 7/16-9/4 1979: see also, II.3.3.2Peter Ellenshaw: Special Effects Artist, MoMA Exh. #1274, 9/17-10/30 1979: see also, II.3.3.6David O. Selznick's Hollywood, MoMA Exh. #1288, 2/14-5/14 1980: see also, I.3.3.28Folder incl. press release, photocopies of installation photos, 1 photo of work of art, clippings, checklist, catalogue

1978-81
II.3.5.28.3 Departmental Gallery Exhibitions and Smaller Temporary Exhibitions: "Departmental Gallery Grant - Goodwin Gallery"

Recent Acquisitions: Architecture and Design, MoMA Exh. #1271, 8/4-9/30 1979Directed by JSJLiberty State Park: The Master Plan, MoMA Exh. #1275, 10/12-11/25 1979Directed by ADBuildings for Best Products, MoMA Exh. #1281, 12/12 1979-2/10 1980Directed by ADNew York City Exposition and Convention Center, MoMA Exh. #1289, 2/21-3/30 1980Folder incl. press release, checklist, photocopies of installation photos, clippings

1979-80
II.3.5.28.4 Departmental Gallery Exhibitions and Smaller Temporary Exhibitions "Departmental Gallery Grant - Sachs Gallery,"

Gifts of Drawing, MoMA Exh. #1267, 8/9-11/13 1979Directed by WSLMarc Chagall: Prints, Monotypes, Illustrated Books, MoMA Exh. #1279, 11/22 1979-1/28 1980Directed by RCWomen of the Nineties: Fin-de-Siècle Prints, MoMA Exh. #1280, 11/28 1979-1/28 1980Directed by Audrey IsselbacherJackson Pollock: Drawing into Painting, 1979-80 [5]: MoMA Exh. #1285, 2/4-3/16 1980; under auspices of International Council of MoMAExhibited:Museum of Modern Art, Oxford 4/1-5/13/79Stdtische Kunsthalle, Dusseldorf 6/10-7/22Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon 8/10-9/16Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris 9/28-11/18Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam 11/30/79-1/20/80Folder incl. clippings, catalogue, checklist, 1 installation photo, summary of critical reviews

1979-80
II.3.5.28.5 Departmental Gallery Exhibitions and Smaller Temporary Exhibitions "Departmental Gallery Exhibitions - Northeast and Lobby,"

The James Thrall Soby Bequest, MoMA Exh. #1255a, 3/22-5/9 1979: see also, II.3.4(50)Recent Acquisitions: Painting and Sculpture, MoMA Exh. #1283, 1/25-4/22 1980Directed by WSRFolder incl. press release, photocopies of installation photos

1979-82
II.3.5.29.1 Departmental Gallery Exhibitions "Departmental Gallery Shows"

Grant #RQO-20-59 ($46,760)Folder incl. budget corresp., grant application

1976-78
II.3.5.29.2 Departmental Gallery Exhibitions "Departmental Gallery Exhibitions - Northeast"

Some American Drawings: Recent Acquisitions, MoMA Exh. #1140, 7/19-9/12 1976: see also, II.3.2.3Rodin and Balzac, MoMA Exh. #1146, 9/20-11/18 1976Directed by Alicia LeggRecent Acquisitions: Painting and Sculpture, MoMA Exh. #1156, 11/22 1976-3/1 1977Directed by WSLExtraordinary Men, MoMA Exh. #1174, 6/2-7/17 1977directed by WSLFolder incl. press release, photocopies of installation photos, checklist, clippings

1976-77
II.3.5.29.3 Departmental Gallery Exhibitions "Departmental Gallery Exhibitions - Sachs"

Between World Wars: Drawing in Europe and America, MoMA Exh. #1143, 8/20-11/14 1976: see also, II.3.2.11Prints: Acquisitions 1973-1976, MoMA Exh. #1157, 11/23 1976-2/28 1977Directed by RCBritish Drawings, MoMA Exh. #1168, 3/17-5/30 1977Directed by Bernice RoseBookworks, MoMA Exh. #1169, 3/17-5/30 1977: see also, II.3.2.9Folder incl. press release, photocopies of installation photos, checklist, clippings

1976-77
II.3.5.29.4 Departmental Gallery Exhibitions "Departmental Gallery Exhibitions - Goodwin"

New Glory: 25 New Flag Designs, MoMA Exh. #1145, 9/11-10/24 1976Directed by ADMatisse/Gaudí: Ecclesiastical Designs, MoMA Exh. #1154, 11/15 1976-1/9 1977Directed by JSJPosters by Painters, MoMA Exh. #1162, 1/21-3/23 1977Directed by JSJMies Van Der Rohe: Furniture and Drawings, MoMA Exh. #1165, 3/3-5/3 1977Directed by Ludwig Glaeser, sponsored by Knoll InternationalWall Hangings: The New Classicism, MoMA Exh. #1171, 4/8-7/17 1977Directed by JSJFolder incl. clippings, press release, photocopies of installation photos, checklist

1976-77
II.3.5.30.1 Departmental Gallery Exhibitions and Smaller Temporary Exhibitions "Departmental Gallery Shows"

Grant #R70-20-417 ($62,500)Folder incl. budget corresp., grant application

1977-79
II.3.5.30.2 Departmental Gallery Exhibitions and Smaller Temporary Exhibitions "Sachs Gallery"

Abstraction/Creation, MoMA Exh. #1185, 9/20-12/4 1977Directed by Howardena PindellAmerican Drawn and Matched, MoMA Exh. #1186, 9/20-12/4 1977: see also, II.3.2.4Arp on Paper, MoMA Exh. 31194, 12/15 1977-3/5 1978: see also, II.3.2.7Mexican Art: Selections from the Collection of The Museum of Modern Art, MoMA Exh. #1204, 3/16-7/2 1978: see also, II.3.2.22Folder incl. checklist, photocopies of installation photos, press release

1977-79
II.3.5.30.3 Departmental Gallery Exhibitions and Smaller Temporary Exhibitions "Northeast Gallery"

Extraordinary Women, MoMA Exh. #1180, 7/22-9/20 1977Directed by WSL, sponsored by NYSCAImpressions, MoMA Exh. #1187, 9/23 1977-1/2 1978Directed by RCNine Windows by Chagall, MoMA Exh. #1207, 4/13-5/30 1978Directed by WSL and Bernice RoseFolder incl. press release, checklist, photocopies of installation photos, catalogue

1977-79
II.3.5.30.4 Departmental Gallery Exhibitions and Smaller Temporary Exhibitions "Northwest/Far West"

Selections from the Collection, MoMA Exh. #1201, 2/16-3/12 1978Directed by KMSSelections from the Collection, MoMA Exh. #1214, 5/25-8/8 1978Directed by KMSFolder incl. photocopies of installation photos, checklist

1978-79
II.3.5.30.5 Departmental Gallery Exhibitions and Smaller Temporary Exhibitions "Goodwin Gallery Exhibitions"

The Graphic Revolution: 1915-1935, MoMA Exh. #1182, 8/5-10/31 1977Directed by JSJNoguchi: The Sculptor as Designer, MoMA Exh. #1192, 11/11 1977-1/8 1978Directed by JSJLe Corbusier: Architectural Drawings, MoMA Exh. #1196, 1/20-3/26 1978Directed by ADBang and Olufsen: Design for Sound by Jakob Jensen, MoMA Exh. #1208, 4/14-6/18 1978Directed by JSJFolder incl. press release, wall label, checklist, photocopies of installation photos, announcements

1977-79
II.3.5.31 NEA - Film Department - Media Arts

[F]; 1979 [-]No grant number or amount listedFolder incl. budget corresp., grant application, budget

II.3.5.32.1 Rediscovering French Film - Part One: 1930-1960, Budget Correspondence ["Rediscovering French Cinema; French Film 1890-1960"],

[F] [5]Grant #12-3440-070 ($25,000); MoMA Exh. #1327, 11/4 1981-1/3 1982.See also, II.3.3.25Folder incl. grant application, memos, corresp., photocopies of film stills

1981-82
II.3.5.32.2 Rediscovering French Film - Part One: 1930-1960, Descriptive Report

Folder incl. press release, checklist, photocopies of installation photos, 5 film stills, member calendar, clippings, posters

1981-82
II.3.5.33.1 That's Not All Folks! Warner Brothers Animation "Warner Animation 2706"

["Warner Animation] [F,PR,DR]No grant number or amount listed; MoMA Exh. #1405, 9/13 1985-1/21 1986Directed by MC and Steve Schneider (expert on Warner animation), sponsored by ABC, Warner Home Video, Licensing Corporation of AmericaFolder incl. corresp., framing instructions, condition reports, clippings

1985-86
II.3.5.33.2 That's Not All Folks! Warner Brothers Animation "Warner Brothers Cartoons Golden Jubilee for ABC, Inc. and Warner Bros., Inc."

Folder incl. schedule, press release, photocopies of installation photos, clippings, member calendar

1985-86
II.3.5.34 NEA 20th Anniversary Exhibition

No grant #/amount listed; MoMA Exh. #1406, 9/23-10/29 1985Folder incl. memos, press release, corresp

1985

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Series III. Albums 1931-1952

Series III contains the Circulating Exhibition Albums, which include information and images about exhibitions organized by The Museum of Modern Art between 1931 and 1952. Albums contain intineraries, checklists, press releases, publicity photographs, installation photographs, press clippings, comments and wall text. Supplemental documentation includes shipping and packaging forms, catalogue excerpts, invitations, announcements, posters, and blueprints. All albums are 16x13" and range in thickness from 1" to 4". There are 51 albums total.

The albums were cleaned, rehoused, and microfilmed in 2007. Digital scans were made from the microfilm at the same time. Each album was disassembled and placed in custom-made archival folders and boxes. At this time, the type of document (itinerary, checklist, press release, etc.) was identified for research purposes and is included in the description of each exhibition below. During this process, each page was brushed to remove excess dust and debris, and items were detached from support pages to make visible information obstructed by glue or other adhesives. Please see Processing and Conservation Note above or Preservation File at the Museum Archives for more information on this process.

Microfilm reel and frame numbers have been cross-referenced below. A note regarding microfilm: oversize material, such as layouts, blueprints, or posters, can be found as whole-frame single image shots on Reel 27.

Due to the complexity of the collection and the historical organization of the material, albums in this series have been given a sequential numbering system. Exhibitions are numbered within albums in accordance with their original order. Former album titles, which often indicate the album's department of origin, can be located in the C/E Album List.

Folders in this series have been numbered in the following manner: Series.[Album Number].[Exhibition]

In those cases when an entire album is dedicated to a single exhibition, the listing is as follows: Series.[Album Number]

For related material and more information on the exhibitions, see Series II.1 Exhibitions, 1931-1958 of the Department of Circulating Exhibition Records.

Album 1

Folder Title Date
III.1; mf 01:1 Album Cover
III.1.1; mf 01:4 Murals and Photo-Murals by American Painters and Photographers

Includes: table of contents, itinerary, press release, comments

Consists of one folder

1932-34
III.1.2; mf 01:15 Portrait of the Artist's Mother by James Abbott McNeill Whistler

Includes: itinerary, press release, publicity photograph, installation photographs, press clippings, comments

Consists of one folder

1933-34
III.1.3; mf 01:43 American Folk Art

Includes: itinerary, press release, comments

Consists of one folder

1933-34
III.1.4; mf 01:71 One Picture Exhibition [Renoir, Cézanne, Gauguin]

Includes: itinerary, press release, publicity photograph, press clippings, comments

Consists of folders a-b

1934-35
III.1.5; mf 01:106 25 Paintings from the Lillie P. Bliss Collection

Includes: itinerary, checklist, press release, press clippings

Consists of one folder

1935
III.1.6; mf 01:124 Twenty-five Watercolors by Six Americans

Includes: itinerary, checklist, press release, publicity photograph

Consists of one folder

1935-37
III.1.7; mf 01:133 Twenty-five Watercolors by American Artists

Includes: itinerary, checklist, press release, press clippings, comments

Consists of folders a-b

1938-40
III.1.8; mf 01:157 Paintings by Twelve Americans from the Permanent Collection

Also Titled As: Twelve Paintings by Twelve Americans
Includes: itinerary, checklist, press clippings, comments

Consists of one folder

1935-37
III.1.9; mf 01:171 Three Picture Exhibition: Matisse, Derain, Rouault

Includes: itinerary, publicity photograph, comments

Consists of one folder

1935-36
III.1.10; mf 01:197 Paintings, Watercolors and Drawings by Vincent van Gogh

Includes: itinerary, checklist, press release, comments

Consists of folders a-b

1936-37
III.1.11; mf 01:252 Cubism and Abstract Art

Includes: itinerary, checklist, press release, installation photographs, comments

Consists of folders a

1936-37
III.1.12; mf 01:303 Modern Painters and Sculptors as Illustrators

Includes: itinerary, press release, comments

Consists of one folder

1936-37
III.1.13; mf 01:336 Twenty-six Drawings from the Permanent Collection

Also Titled As: Drawings by Americans and European Artists
Includes: itinerary, press release, comments

Consists of one folder

1936-39
III.1.14; mf 01:352 Drawings and Prints from the Permanent Collection

Includes: itinerary, press release

Consists of one folder

1936-37
III.1.15; mf 01:365 Fantastic Art, Dada and Surrealism

Includes: itinerary, checklist, press release, installation photographs, press clippings, comments

Consists of one folder

1937
III.1.16; mf 01:436 New Horizons in American Art

Also Titled As: New Horizons in American Art (W.P.A. Exhibition)
Includes: itinerary, checklist, press release

Consists of one folder

1937-38
III.1.17; mf 02:2 Prehistoric Rock Pictures from the Frobenius Collection

Includes: itinerary, checklist, installation photographs, press clippings

Consists of one folder

1937-39
III.1.18; mf 02:45 Comparative Styles in Prehistoric Rock Pictures

Includes: itinerary, checklist, press release, press clippings, comments

Consists of one folder

1937-39
III.1.19; mf 02:69 Fantastic Art, Past and Present

Includes: itinerary, checklist, press release, comments

Consists of one folder

1938
III.1.20; mf 02:94 War Etchings by Goya and Dix

Includes: itinerary, checklist, press release, press clippings, comments

Consists of one folder

1938-40
III.1.21; mf 02:113 Painting and Sculpture by Children

Includes: itinerary, checklist, press release, comments

Consists of one folder

1938-39

Album 2

Folder Title Date
III.2; mf 02:127 Album Cover
III.2.1; mf 02:129 Masters of the School of Paris

Includes: table of contents, itinerary, checklist, press release, press clippings, comments

Consists of one folder

1940-41
III.2.2; mf 02:150 Twentieth-Century Paintings

Includes: itinerary, checklist, press release, comments

Consists of one folder

1941-42
III.2.3; mf 02:164 Twenty Twentieth-Century Paintings

Includes: itinerary, checklist, press release, publicity photograph, press clippings, comments, wall text

Consists of folders a-b

1940-41
III.2.4; mf 02:212 Small Paintings by Modern Artists

Also Titled As: Twelve French Painters (after June 1940)
Includes: itinerary, checklist, pre