Papers of William S.A. Dale, 1946-1949
- 1946 - 1949
Conditions on Access
Conditions on Use
Copying: Papers may be copied in accordance with the Harvard Art Museums Archives' usual procedures.
Extent1 linear feet (1 half file box)
All materials have been rehoused into acid free folders and boxes. Fragile materials have been placed in Mylar sleeves to mitigate further damage. Materials have been kept in the original order in which they were received. Information added by the processor (titles/dates) is placed in square brackets [ ].
Following his education, Dale began working at the National Gallery of Canada, beginning as a research assistant, and eventually becoming the gallery’s Research Curator. From 1955-1956 he served on the Board of Directors for the College Art Association of America (CAA). In 1967, Dale began teaching classes in Fine Arts at the University of Western Ontario, continuing to focus on Medieval Art, and received a tenured position at the university in 1970 where he taught until his retirement. Dale married his wife Jane in 1952 and has three sons.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Box and Folder Locations
- Box 1: Folders 1-12
- Dale, William Scott Abell, 1921-
- Kitzinger, Ernst, 1912-2003
- Koehler, Wilhelm Reinhold Walter, 1884-1959
- Sachs, Paul J. (Paul Joseph), 1878-1965
- Art--History--Study and teaching--United States
- Art--History--Study and teaching—Massachusetts
- Art in universities and college--Massachusetts—Cambridge
- Art, Medieval
- Harvard University-Alumnae and alumni
- Papers of William S.A. Dale, (SC 29), 1946-1949: A Guide
- Harvard Art Museum Archives, Harvard Art Museums, Harvard University
- EAD ID
Part of the Harvard Art Museums Archives Repository
The Harvard Art Museums Archives is the official repository for institutional records and historical documents in all formats relating to the Fogg Museum, the Busch-Reisinger Museum, and the Arthur M. Sackler Museum, 1895 to the present. Its collections include signiﬁcant papers of individuals and groups associated with the museums' history, as well as correspondence with collectors, gallery owners, museum professionals, and notables throughout the twentieth century. Its holdings also document the formation of the museums' collections and its mission as a teaching institution.
32 Quincy Street
Cambridge MA 02138 USA