COLLECTIONS: 31 - 40 of 46
Overview: Recordings by Daniel Reiff and Edward A. Ruesling of four Harvard University Fine Arts lectures from April 22, 1963, and supplementary information on the lecturers; Daniel Reiff's CVs and photographs of the Fogg Museum, the Carpenter Center with the original Le Corbusier ramp, and Professors Max Loehr and Kenneth Conant; study set of fine art reproductions issued for Fine Arts 13.
Overview: These papers of Fogg Museum directors Daniel Robbins and Seymour Slive document their administration of the museum and related professional activities. Most of Robbins' papers were created during his administration of the museum, from 1971 to 1974; most of Slive's papers are from his tenure as acting director and then director, from 1974 to 1982. The papers consist primarily of correspondence and also include photographs and printed material.
Overview: These personal papers of Fogg Museum associate director Paul J. Sachs document his involvement with the Fogg, his academic career, publishing projects, collection of art objects, philanthropic endeavors, and personal life. The bulk of the collection dates from 1915 to 1958. Included are: financial records, correspondence, certificates, diplomas, object lists, photographs, newspaper and journal clippings, valuations, and speech transcripts.
Overview: These papers of Fogg Museum associate director Paul J. Sachs document his administration of the museum, his teaching career at Harvard, and related professional activities. The papers consist primarily of correspondence and also include photographs, printed material, clippings, architectural drawings, reports, financial records, letters of introduction, insurance records, maps, funding appeals, minutes, memoranda, exhibition brochures, page proofs, and press releases.
Overview: Address books and contact lists of Paul J. Sachs, created while collecting and teaching at the Fogg Museum. These contacts were used for personal use, student referrals, and professional contacts for the museum.
Overview: This collection includes the meeting minutes, correspondence, and financial records of the Boston Committee of Sauvegarde de l'art Français ("Protection of French Art") from the years 1925-1938. Also included are maps, floor plans, publicity and notes of the French town of Larressingle, which this committee raised money to purchase and restore.
Overview: This collection consists of the business records of Schneider/Erdman, Inc. and records documenting Gary Schneider’s own portrait photography. The bulk of the records date from 1983-2001. Includes corporate records, press clippings, correspondence, photographs, audio/visual material, and books.
Overview: Photographs, drawings, paintings, course notes, albums, journals, and research papers documenting Henry Edwards Scott Jr.’s education at Harvard and subsequent teaching career.