Artists -- United States
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
The Channing Peake Letters to Joe De Yong contains letters from artist Channing Peake, sent primarily during his travels through Mexico from 1934 to 1935. Additionally, the collection contains photographs, sketches, and other materials that most likely accompanied the letters.
This collection contains the papers of American artists James Earle Fraser and Laura Gardin Fraser.
The Joe De Yong Papers reflect the art and friendships of an artist, cowboy, and westerner of the 20th century. The Papers are comprised of biographical information, correspondence, manuscripts, sketches, notes from conversations, and photographs. Due to his long careers in western art and film, De Yong had many well-known friends who are reflected in his Papers: Charles M. Russell, Will James, Tom Mix, Maynard Dixon, Joe Beeler, and Will Rogers.
Along with personal papers, pamphlets, booklets, research notes and sketches, the Tom Lovell Papers contain approximately 16,000 negatives, photographs, and transparencies. The collection also contains numerous tearsheets of Lovell’s illustrations and paintings. Scrapbooks and folders in the collection contain the tearsheets of other illustrators.
This collection consists of two cassette tapes featuring a discussion with Wilson Hurley about the triptychs. Interview is conducted by Duane Chartier in 1995.