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The Museum of Modern Art
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New York, NY 10019-5497
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© 2002 The Museum of Modern Art. All rights reserved.
The Museum of Modern Art, Publisher
Finding aid prepared in part by Karen Trivette Cannell, January 2002.
Machine-readable finding aid derived from PI XML.xml and MOMAPISX.xml 2006. Machine-readable finding aid created by Kathleene Konkle. Description is in English.

Descriptive Summary

Creator: The Museum of Modern Art, Department of Communications
Title: Public Information Records
Dates: 1929-1997
Quantity: 114.25 linear feet
212 scrapbooks
44 microfilm reels

Arrangement

The scrapbooks are arranged numerically, Numbers 1-136, preceded by scrapbooks entitled “1929 Clippings” and “1930 Clippings,” and followed by scrapbooks labeled General A-Z.
The index to the scrapbooks is alphabetically arranged by subject. Scrapbook number(s) appear(s) after each entry. Dates in the index refer to the article, not to the actual event. MF, following the entry, refers to the microfilm reel and frame number on which the article appears; only the first frame concerning a subject is listed.
Museum-related events, with the exception of exhibitions, have appropriate subheadings under “The Museum of Modern Art” subject heading. For instance, Museum acquisitions, anniversaries, and buildings are subheadings under “The Museum of Modern Art.” Books and articles written by staff members appear under subject, author, and, when applicable, Museum exhibition. Exhibitions are referenced under the exhibition title or, in the case of one-man exhibitions, under the artist's last name. One-man exhibitions with titles such as The Prints of Rouault are indexed under Prints of Rouault, The and under Rouault, Georges.
Series II material was received by the Museum Archives in varying degrees of chronological order. Both Subseries A and Subseries B are arranged in chronological order according to the exhibition, event, or subject date(s). Exhibitions with the same start date but with different end dates are ordered chronologically according to end date. Also, exhibitions with the same dates are ordered alphabetically by exhibition title. Exhibitions or events dated only by month or only by year are placed at the beginning of the given month or year.
Subseries C material is arranged alphabetically by the last name of the individual.
Subseries A consists of 101 standard document boxes and 7 oversize document boxes. Subseries B consists of 153 standard document boxes, and Subseries C comprises 6 standard document boxes.
The Papers are organized into two Series:
Series I: Public Information Scrapbooks, 1929-70s.
Series II: Public Information Records.
Subseries II.A
Subseries II.B
Subseries II.C


Historical Note

The records were compiled by what is now known as the Department of Communications. It was originally the Department of Publicity from 1933 until the 1960s, and later known as the Department of Public Information (PI), from the 1960s through 1994.

The responsibilities of the Department of Communications are twofold: to serve as the official conduit of information between the Museum and the media and to increase public awareness and support for the Museum. Therefore, the Department of Communications also handles all press relations and inquiries for the Museum regarding special exhibitions, events, projects, and programs. It is, in effect, the public voice of the Museum. The department's goal is to generate a larger audience for the Museum and its exhibitions and to manage the Museum's image in the media. As a corollary, from the department's inception, it collected and assembled newspaper and magazine clippings from around the world concerning Museum exhibitions and events.


Scope and Content Note

Series I of the Public Information Records consist of 212 scrapbooks (16 x 13 x 2"; 58 linear feet) of thousands of newspaper and magazine clippings concerning The Museum of Modern Art from its opening in 1929 through the mid 1970s. They document not only the history of the Museum but also the profound influence the Museum has had on the development of twentieth-century culture. Included are accounts of exhibitions shown at the Museum and circulated elsewhere; reviews of books and exhibition catalogs written by staff members; Museum programs, personnel, policy, and department changes; building renovations and expansions; parties and benefits; fund-raising campaigns; anniversaries; lectures, concerts, and symposia; film series; visits by dignitaries; and trustee appointments.

In addition, the scrapbooks reflect a variety of issues and controversies that surrounded Museum events during the institution's first four decades: for example, Museum activities during World War II; the suspicion that modern art represented a communist threat in the 1950s; art education; art as commodity; the Museum as a proselytizer of good design; fashions inspired by various Museum exhibitions; and criticism and praise of the Museum. Several scrapbooks are devoted to the Young People's Gallery and to the Children's Art Carnivals, both part of the Museum's important, pioneering Education Program.

The scrapbooks are an excellent source of information about twentieth-century artists; for example, an entire scrapbook is devoted to Picasso (Scrapbook General U) and a large portion of another to Giacometti (Scrapbook General V). Articles written by and/or about staff members important to the Museum's development and to an understanding of the art of the time were also collected.

The organization and arrangement of the scrapbooks make them an invaluable and unique research tool for the cultural and social historian as well as the art historian.

Series II consists of three Subseries of records. Subseries A consists of 44 linear feet of newspaper and magazine clippings that document miscellaneous events at the Museum from 1929 to the mid-1960s, and thereafter nearly every exhibition and event. In addition to exhibitions, examples of events covered include acquisitions, book publications, Museum programs, building renovations, and personnel and policy changes. Also covered are parties, benefits, and fund-raising campaigns; and lectures, symposia, and film series. There are articles written by or about the Museum's staff members and articles on the topic of modern art in general. The clippings also trace the origin and evolution of innovative series at the Museum, such as Projects and Cineprobe. Materials on the artists Pablo Picasso, Edward Steichen, and Ludwig Mies van der Rohe are especially rich.

Subseries B comprises 67.25 linear feet of departmental administrative records. It includes correspondence, invitations, press kits, posters, photographs, slides, publicity reports, and exhibition checklists, proposals, catalogs, schedules, and wall texts. It also covers exhibitions as well as programs such as Summergarden, an annual concert series, and Party in the Garden, an annual fund-raising event. In Subseries B, material on artists Jasper Johns, Chuck Close, and Alfred Stieglitz are particularly significant.

Together, the clippings of Subseries A and the administrative records of Subseries B provide a unique overview of how the Museum publicized its efforts to exhibit modern art and to educate the public about it as well as the press's response to such efforts.

Researchers are advised to consult documents in both of these Subseries in order to access the most complete documentation on a subject. Similarly, for any exhibition or event pre-dating 1970, researchers are urged to consult Series I-The Public Information Scrapbooks-for the most comprehensive collection of clippings.

Subseries C is 3 linear feet of documentation regarding Museum staff and members of the Board of Trustees. The records include biographical information and portrait photographs.


Restrictions

Access Restrictions

The records are open for research and contain no restricted materials.

Ownership and Literary Rights

The Public Information 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, NY). Dept. of Public Information.
Subjects:
Art, Modern -- 20th century.
Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.) -- History -- Sources.
Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.) -- Public opinion.
Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.). Dept. of Communications.
Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.). Dept. of Publicity.
Document Types:
scrapbooks


Related Collections at MoMA and Elsewhere

The Department of Circulating Exhibitions (C/E) Records include information regarding exhibitions that toured domestically.

Similarly, the International Program Records include documentation regarding International Circulating Exhibitions (ICE) of The Museum of Modern Art. As suggested by the title, these are MoMA exhibitions, which toured internationally.

Public Information Event Photos include photographic images of many events that occurred at The Museum of Modern Art such as exhibition openings, film premieres, or tributes to artists, actors, or film directors.

Sound Recordings of Museum-related events consist of a comprehensive collection of audio recordings of events, including lectures, symposia, and remarks at special events.

Similarly, the Video Recordings of Museum-related events provide audio-visual documentation of select Museum programs.


Administrative Information

Provenance

The records were created and compiled by The Museum of Modern Art's Department of Communications. The department has been known as such since 1994. From the time of the department's creation in 1933 until the 1960s, it was known as the Department of Publicity and from then until 1994, it was the Department of Public Information.

Series II was accessioned into the Museum Archives via internal transfer from the Department of Communications, 1989-2001.

Preferred Citation

Public Information Records, [series.file]. The Museum of Modern Art Archives, New York.

Processing and Condition

The Public Information scrapbooks were originally assembled by the Museum's Publicity Department, now known as the Departments of Communications and Marketing. In 1973, the Museum received an NEA grant to selectively microfiche the scrapbooks. At that time the scrapbooks, presumably originally arranged in order of receipt of clippings, were taken apart and rearranged according to exhibitions shown at the Museum. When parts of the scrapbooks were microfiched, the scrapbook to which the individual microfiche refers was not indicated, and no inventory was prepared.

In 1975, the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) rejected an application to index the project. Since no inventory or index had been prepared, it was impossible to use the scrapbooks efficiently. The microfiche bears no useful relation to the scrapbooks for the historian or researcher and access to the scrapbooks themselves is risky due to their condition. The scrapbook sheets are extremely brittle and have a high wood pulp content, onto which newspaper and magazine clippings of a highly acidic nature have been mounted with rubber cement or animal glue. Each time a scrapbook is handled, sheets break at the spine, leaving this material vulnerable to further damage through handling. Furthermore, unstable film was used and the microfiche is now only barely legible. The scrapbooks were transferred to The Museum of Modern Art Archives from the Library in the summer of 1990 in this inaccessible condition. In 1993, the Museum received an NEH grant to microfilm these scrapbooks, a project completed in April 1995, and the originals are no longer available for consultation.

In 2002, the Getty Grant Program generously funded the processing of Series II, further records compiled by the museum's publicity department.


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.
Exh. #,followed by a date, refers to the number assigned to the exhibition and the date it was shown at The Museum of Modern Art
C/Erefers to the national circulating version of the exhibition
ICE refers to International Circulating Exhibition, an exhibition circulated under the auspices of the International Council
ICE-D identifies exhibitions of works from foreign collections and circulated in the United States and Canada
ICE-F refers to exhibitions of works from the Museum's collections and circulated internationally
SP-ICE refers to Special Projects International Circulating Exhibitions; Special Projects include recurring international exhibitions, competitions, U.S. representations, and exhibitions funded, organized, and/or circulated by associations of public and private institutions.


Container List

 

Series I: Index to the Public Information Scrapbooks

This Record Group consists of 212 scrapbooks (16 x 13 x 2"; 58 linear feet) of thousands of newspaper and magazine clippings concerning The Museum of Modern Art from its opening in 1929 through the mid 1970s. They document not only the history of the Museum but also the profound influence the Museum has had on the development of twentieth-century culture. Included are accounts of: exhibitions shown at the Museum and circulated elsewhere; reviews of books and exhibition catalogs written by staff members; Museum programs, personnel, policy, and department changes; building renovations and expansions; parties and benefits; fund-raising campaigns; anniversaries; lectures, concerts, and symposia; film series; visits by dignitaries; and trustee appointments.

In addition, the scrapbooks reflect a variety of issues and controversies that surrounded Museum events during the institution's first four decades: for example, Museum activities during World War II; the suspicion that modern art represented a communist threat in the 1950s; art education; art as commodity; the Museum as a proselytizer of good design; fashions inspired by various Museum exhibitions; and criticism and praise of the Museum. Several scrapbooks are devoted to the Young People's Gallery and to the Children's Art Carnivals, both part of the Museum's important, pioneering Education Program.

The scrapbooks are an excellent source of information about twentieth-century artists; for example, an entire scrapbook is devoted to Picasso (Scrapbook General U) and a large portion of another to Giacometti (Scrapbook General V). Articles written by and/or about staff members important to the Museum's development and to an understanding of the art of the time were also collected.

The organization and arrangement of the scrapbooks make them an invaluable and unique research tool for the cultural and social historian as well as the art historian.

 

A-D

Index Title
Aalto, Alvar

Alvar Aalto: Architecture and Furniture [MoMA Exh. #75, 1938 March 15-April 18, C/E 1938-39]: 35A, [mf 8;861]
lecture at the George Walter Vincent Smith art gallery, 1940 March: 83, [mf 22;9]

Abbott, Jere

appointed Director of the Smith College Museum of Art, 1932: General Z, [mf 43;390]

articles:
1934 September: General C, [mf 37;410]
1938 November 11: General G, [mf 38;256]

judge of Springfield (Ohio) Arts League Annual Exhibit, 1938: General F, [mf 38;2]
lecture by, "Interpreting Modern Art," Rock Spring Club, 1935: General D, [mf 37;588]

Abbott, John E.

appointed Executive Vice-President of The Museum of Modern Art, 1939 August 11: General H, [mf 38;401]
resignation, 1948 February 2: General P, [mf 40;429]

Abstract Art

"In Defense of Abstract Art" [includes reproductions of works from the Museum Collection], by Herbert Read, The New York Times Magazine, 1960 April 17 (p 57): 134, [mf 36;6]
"In the Gloaming" [Abstract Expressionism at its end], The New York Times, 1960 September 11 (p X21): 97, [mf 25;471]
"Organized Heresy: Abstract Art in the West," by Geoffrey Wagner, The Connoisseur (London), 1961 December: 134, [mf 36;139]
"What Is Abstract Art?," Milwaukee Journal, 1956 February 5 (p 10): General R, [mf 41;42]

Abstract Painting and Sculpture in America [MoMA Exh. #466, 1951 January 23-March 25]

75A, [mf 20;271]
Abstract Painting and Sculpture in America [MoMA Exh. cat.] by Andrew Carnduff Ritchie, reviews: 75A, [mf 20;271]

Abstract Watercolors and Drawings: U.S.A. [ICE-F-45-60, 1962-63]

119, [mf 30;578]

Abstraction in Photography [MoMA Exh. #476, 1951 May 1-July 4]

5A, [mf 20;390]

Action Painting

articles, general: 134, [mf 36;26]

Action Photography [MoMA Exh. #240, 1943 August 18-September 19]

48A, [mf 13;32]

Adams, Ansel

lecture on "New Directions in Creative Photography" at the San Francisco Museum of Art, 1941: 43, [mf 10;809]
lecture series, 1944 May: 83, [mf 22;266]
two courses in photography at The Museum of Modern Art, 1945 February: 43B, [mf 11;85]; General M, [mf 39;637]

Adamson, Robert

Photographs by David Octavius Hill and Robert Adamson [MoMA Exh. #145, 1941 September 9-October 19]: 53, [mf 14;605]

Advertising

general,
museums and galleries included in advertisements: General M, [mf 39;637]
See also Symposia
Aesthetics in Art
"Beauty in Art - The Debate Continued," The New York Times, 1944 September 3: General L, [mf 39;582]

African Negro Art [MoMA Exh. #39, 1935 March 18-May 19]

19, [mf 5;398]

Ain, Gregory

Exhibition House by Gregory Ain [MoMA Exh. #447, 1950 May 17-October 29]: 76, [mf 20;745]

Airways to Peace [MoMA Exh. #236, 1943 July 2-October 31]

2D, [mf 2;363]

Albers, Anni

Anni Albers Textiles [MoMA Exh. #421, 1949 September 14-November 6]: 35B, [mf 8;875]

Albers, Josef

exhibition, Asheville, North Carolina, 1935 September: General D, [mf 37;718]
professor at Black Mountain College, sponsored by The Museum of Modern Art, 1933 November: General B, [mf 37;209]

Always the Young Strangers [MoMA Exh. #532, 1953 February 26-April 1; C/E 1953-54]

72, [mf 18;566]

Amberg, George

instructor, Appreciation of the Ballet class at the Adult School, Montclair, New Jersey, 1950 February: General T, [mf 41;374]

America Can't Have Housing [MoMA Exh. #36, 1934 October 15-November 7]

2A, [mf 2;28], 16, [mf 5;152]

America Seen Between the Wars [MoMA Exh. #684, 1961 April 25-August 7; C/E 61-23, 1961-64]

49, [mf 13;790]

American and European Household Designs [The Museum of Modern Art and Congress' Development Loan Fund, New Delhi, India, 1959 April]

110, [mf 28;236]

American Art

at the Tate Gallery, London, 1946 May 16: General N, [mf 40;2]

American Art Portfolio [MoMA Exh. #53, 1936 September-October 12]

9, [mf 7;499]

American Art Research Council [formed to authenticate American art]

article, 1942 May: General K, [mf 39;252]

American Artists' Congress

articles, 1935: General D, [mf 37;588]
"Is American Art Menaced by Alien Trends?", symposium at The Museum of Modern Art, 1940 February 7: General H, [mf 38;527]

American Ballet Theatre

first season, 1935 March: General D, [mf 38;588]

American Battle Painting 1776-1913 [MoMA Exh. #261, 1944 September 26-November 12]

1, [mf 15;870]
American Battle Painting 1776-1913 [MoMA Exh. cat.] by Lincoln Kirstein, reviews: 61, [mf 15;870]

American Color Prints under $10 [MoMA Exh. #118, 1940 November 26-December 28]

43, [mf 10;816]: General I, [mf 38;599]

American Composers' Alliance

performances at The Museum of Modern Art, 1963 May: 99, [mf 25;691]

American Designs for Abstract Films [MoMA Exh. #104, 1940 April 3-May 20]

44, [mf 12;164]

American Folk Art: The Art of the Common Man in America, 1750-1900 [MoMA Exh. #22, 1932 November 30-1933 January 14; C/E 1933-34]

10, [mf 4;53,136]; General Z, [mf 43;257]

American Indian Fund of the Association on American Indian Affairs

Denver Art Museum Fashion Show, 1950: General T, [mf 41;447]
fashion display, 1949: General T, [mf 41;398]
Native American art, general, 1951: General T, [mf 41;451]

American Painting and Sculpture 1862-1932 [MoMA Exh. #20, 1932 October 31-1933 January 31]

8A, [mf 3;652,F660]; General Z, [mf 43;257]

American Paintings from the Museum Collection [MoMA Exh. #396, 1948 December 21-1949 March 13]

48E, [mf 13;668]

American Prints of the 20th Century from the Collection [MoMA Exh. #566, 1954 September 8-November 28]

51, [mf 14;326]

American Snapshot, The [MoMA Exh. #254, 1944 March 1-March 10]

2F, [mf 2;545]

American Sources of Modern Art [MoMA Exh. #29, 1933 May 8-July 1]

9, [mf 4;1]

American Television Society

events at The Museum of Modern Art, 1944 September 18: General M, [mf 39;637]

Americans, 1942: 18 Artists from 9 States [MoMA Exh. #168, 1942 January 21-March 8; C/E 1942-43]

5, [mf 14;733]
Americans, 1942: 18 Artists from 9 States [MoMA Exh. cat.] Dorothy C. Miller, ed., reviews: 55, [mf 14;776]

Americans 1943: Realists and Magic Realists [MoMA Exh. #217, 1943 February 10-March 21]

2E, [mf 2;427]

Americans 1963 [MoMA Exh. #722, 1963 May 22-August 18; C/E 62-3, 1963-64]

115, [mf 29;225]

Americas Cooperate, The [MoMA Exh. #198, 1942 September 30-October 18]

General K, [mf 39;321]

Ancient Arts of the Andes [MoMA Exh. #550, 1954 January 26-March 21]

56A, [mf 15;2]
Ancient Arts of the Andes [MoMA Exh. cat.] by Wendell C. Bennett, reviews: 56A, [mf 15;2]

Anderson, Mary

engagement and marriage to Thomas C. Seymour, 1941 July: General J, [mf 39;61]

Anti-Hoarding Pictures by New York School Children [MoMA Exh. #180, 1942 May 13-June 8]

83A, [mf 22;465]

Architectural Work by Skidmore, Owings, and Merrill [MoMA Exh. #459, 1950 September 26-October 5]

2H, [mf 2;700]

Architecture

"Architectural Models," by Henry-Russell Hitchcock, Jr., Art News, 1939 August 12: General X, [mf 42;552]
See also Symposia

modern architecture, general,
1934: 2A, [mf 2;2]
1939-47: 83, [mf 22;2]
1940: 38, [mf 9;963]

Architecture and Imagery - Four New Buildings [MoMA Exh. #640, 1959 February 11-April 19]

37C, [mf 9;652]

Architecture for the State Department [MoMA Exh. #543, 1953 October 6-November 22]

72A, [mf 18;704]

Architecture in Government Housing [MoMA Exh. #48, 1936 June 8-July 13]

29, [mf 7;507]

Architecture in the New York Area [MoMA Exh. #513, 1952 June 10-July 27]

11A, [mf 4;388]

Architecture in Steel: an Experiment in Standardization by Konrad Wachsmann [MoMA Exh. #308, 1946 February 5-March 6]

64, [mf 16;308]

Architecture of Eric Mendelsohn, 1914-1940 [MoMA Exh. #159, 1941 November 26-1942 January 4]

52, [mf 14;476]

Architecture of Henry Hobson Richardson, The [MoMA Exh. #45b, 1936 January 14-February 16]

2A, [mf 2;132], 20, [mf 5;504]

Architecture Without Architects [MoMA Exh. #752, 1964 November 11-1965 February 2; C/E 62-9, 1965-73]

124, [mf 32;365]

Architecture Without Architects [MoMA Exh. cat.] by Bernard Rudofsky, reviews

125, [mf 33;234]

Architecture Worth Saving [MoMA Exh. #634, 1958 October 8-December 15; C/E 1958-61]

43G, [mf 11;645]

Are Clothes Modern? [MoMA Exh. #269b, 1944 November 28-1945 March 4]

63, [mf 16;240]

Armory Show (1913)

general articles, 1963: 134, [mf 36;2]
"The Scandalous Armory Show of 1913" by Frank Crowninshield, Vogue, 1940 September 15: General I, [mf 38;628]

Arnheim, Rudolf

lecture, "The Psychologist Who Came to Dinner," 1953 March: 95, [mf 25;59]

Aronson, Boris

Boris Aronson: Stage Designs and Models [MoMA Exh. #354, 1947 June 24-October 10]: 69, [mf 17;384]

Arp, Hans (Jean)

Jean Arp: A Retrospective [MoMA Exh. #631, 1958 October 8-November 39]: 43G, [mf 11;645]; General Y, [mf 43;2]
Arp [MoMA Exh. cat.], James Thrall Soby, ed., reviews: 43G, [mf 11;645]; General Y, [mf 43;2]
editorial column, Newsweek [ca. 1944], and other articles: General L, [mf 39;419]

Art Advisory Service, 1973

83A, [mf 22;324]

Art and the Intellect by Harold Taylor, 1960

book reviews: 88, [mf 23;431]; 136, [mf 37;46]

Art Collecting

"Four Memoirs of the Growth of Art and Taste in America - The Collector," by Samuel A. Lewisohn, American Art News, 1939 February 25: General G, [mf 38;320]
"Who's Who and Why of Collectors," by John Canaday, The New York Times Magazine, 1961 August 6: 114, [mf 29;114]

Art Criticism, 1963

116, [mf 29;522]

Art Dealing

"Double Dealers in Art," by Thomas Craven, Scribner's Magazine, 1938 April: General F, [mf 38;190]

Art Directors Club [MoMA Exh. #401, 1949 March 15-April 17; C/E 1950-53]

28th Annual Exhibition of Advertising and Editorial Art of the New York Art Directors Club: 48E, [mf 13;768]

Art Education

"Art Aid to Learning," by Robert Haertig, Interaction, 1965 February: 117, [mf 30;403]
"An Art Program for New York State," by James Thrall Soby, Magazine of Art, 1947 January: General O, [mf 40;222]

children's art education,
1937-46: 83A, [mf 22;399, 443, 484, 516, 546, 575]
1951-52: 95, [mf 25;27]
1952-67: General W, [mf 42;263]
1955-57: 95, [mf 25;76]

Committee on Art Education
See Committee on Art Education
"Education in Art Taken to Masses," by Charlotte Hughes [on Federal Art Project guided tours], The New York Times, January 10, 1937: General F, [mf 38;7]
"Expert Says Museums Do Little to Help Uninformed Visitors," Pioneer Press, 1964 August 23: 123, [mf 32;237]
How to Make Modern Jewelry, book reviews, 1949: 94, [mf 24;587]
How to Make Objects of Wood, by Kendall T. Bassett, Arthur Thurman, and Victor D'Amico, reviews, 1951: 79, [mf 21;374]
How to Make Pottery and Ceramic Sculpture, book reviews, 1948: 94, [mf 24;587]
lectures and conferences for high school art teachers held at The Museum of Modern Art announcements, 1931: General Z, [mf 43;257]

Art Education for Every Child [MoMA Exh. #665, 1960 May 6-August 14]

136, [mf 37;46]

"Art Fair" [Fifth] at Washington Square, New York

articles, 1934: General B, [mf 36;209]

Art for the High Schools of New York City [MoMA Exh. #720, 1963 March 19-May 20; C/E 1963]

General W, [mf 42;263]

Art from Fighting China [MoMA Exh. #205, 1942 November 11-November 27; C/E 1942-44]

58, [mf 15;367]

Art in a Changing World, 1884-1964 [MoMA Exh. #732-744, 1964 May 27-September 13]

80, [mf 21;568], 121, [mf 31;545]

Art in America in Modern Times

Holger C. Cahill and Alfred H. Barr, Jr., eds., reviews, 1934: 14, [mf 5;92]

Art in Embassies Program, 1960-66

131, [mf 35;110]

Art-Israel 1964

exhibition at the Jewish Museum, 1964 September: 124, [mf 32;525]
See also Seitz, William C.

Art in Modern Ballet

by George Amberg, 1947: 83, [mf 22;182]

Art in Our Time: Tenth Anniversary Exhibition MoMA Exh. #85-89, 1939 May 10-September 30]

31, [mf 8;281], 39, [mf 10;2, 88, 135]
"The March of Time," early films collection shown in conjunction with 1939 World's Fair and Art in Our Time exhibition: 39, [mf 10;2]; General H, [mf 38;401]
Seven American Photographers [MoMA Exh. #86, 1939]: 39, [mf 10;2]; General H, [mf 38;401]

Art in Progress - 15th Anniversary Exhibition

Painting, Sculpture, Prints [MoMA Exh. #258a, 1944 May 24-October 15]: 62, [mf 16;2]
Design for Use [MoMA Exh. #258b, 1944 May 24-October 22]: 62, [mf 16;2,193]
Built in U.S.A. [MoMA Exh. #258c, 1944 May 24-October 22]: 62, [mf 16;2,59]
Dance and Theatre Design [MoMA Exh. #258d, 1944 May 24-September 17]: 62, [mf 16;2]
Photography [MoMA Exh. #258f, 1944 May 24-September 17]: 62, [mf 16;2]
Art in Progress: A Survey Prepared for the 15th Anniversary of The Museum of Modern Art [MoMA Exh. cat.], review: General X, [mf 42;447]

Art in War: OEM Purchases from a National Competition [MoMA Exh. #174, 1942 March 13-March 25]

56, [mf 14;903]

Art Israel: 26 Painters and Sculptors [ICE-D-12-64, 1964-66]

124, [mf 32;525]

Art Market

"Art Market Is Big Business," by Gertrude Benson, Enquirer (Philadelphia), 1956 January 24: 37E, [mf 9;720]
"Economics, Not Esthetics, Agitate Art World Today," by Arthur Miller, Los Angeles Times, 1936 June 21: General E, [mf 37;862]
"The Great International Art Market," by Eric Hodgkins and Parker Lesky, Fortune, 1955 December: General T, [mf 41;317]
"In Painting, the Profits Are Forever," by Grace Glueck, The New York Times, 1965 January 11: 123, [mf 32;312]
"Money for Art," by Ralph M. Pearson, The New Masses, 1936 February 18: General E, [mf 37;796]

Art Museum Directors Annual Convention, 1941

General J, [mf 39;2]

Art Nouveau from the Museum Collection [MoMA Exh. #414, 1949 July 12-September 5]

71C, [mf 18;115]

Art Nouveau Graphics [C/E 61-33, 1961-63]

119, [mf 30;465]

Art of Assemblage, The [MoMA Exh. #695, 1961 October 4-November 12; C/E 62-4, 1963-64]

43D, [mf 11;386]
The Art of Assemblage [MoMA Exh. cat.] by William C. Seitz, reviews: 43D, [mf 11;386]

Art of Australia [C/E 1941-45]

General J, [mf 39;167]

Art of the Young Child [MoMA Exh. #593, 1955 December 6-1956 January 15]

95, [mf 25;76]

Art Sale for the Armed Services [MoMA Exh. #179, 1942 May 6-June 16]

56, [mf 14;953]

Art Shows for United Service Organization (USO) Centers [MoMA Exh. #238, 1943 August 4-September 26]

83A, [mf 22;516]

Art Thefts

from The Museum of Modern Art, Sorrow by Vincent van Gogh, 1958 February 27 [returned 1958 March 1]: General T, [mf 41;530]; General V, [mf 42;2]
from museums, general, 1961 Summer: 99, [mf 25;658]
of Jules Pascin Sketchbook, 1964 August: 123, [mf 32;78]
thefts and security at The Museum of Modern Art, ca. 1933: General Z, [mf 43;257]
See also Museums, General

Art Week

1940: General I, [mf 38;599]
1941 November: General J, [mf 39;2]
1948: General P, [mf 40;429]

Art Work by Swedish Children [MoMA Exh. #472, 1951 March 13-May 20]

126, [mf 33;326]

Artist in His Studio - Photographs by Alexander Liberman, The [MoMA Exh. #653, 1959 October 29-1960 January 13; C/E 59-8, 1960-64]

82, [mf 21;870], 119, [mf 30;430]

Artists Equity Association

meetings at The Museum of Modern Art re: censorship, 1947 May 4: General O, [mf 40;295]

Arts in Therapy, The [MoMA Exh. #216, 1943 February 3-March 7; C/E 1943-45]

58, [mf 15;498]; 59, [mf 15;654]

Arts of the South Seas [MoMA Exh. #306, 1946 January 29-May 19]

64, [mf 16;412]
Arts of the South Seas [MoMA Exh. cat.] by Ralph Linton and Paul Swingart, reviews: 64, [mf 16;412]

Assemblage

"Assemblage Art," MD, 1963 July (p 136-40): 134, [mf 36;351]
"Junk-Yard Art," Newsday, 1962 July 17: 134, [mf 36;39]
"Rigid Classification Methods Confounded by 'Assemblage,'" Daily Breeze (Redondo Beach, Calif.), 1961 July 30: 101, [mf 26;347]
See also Art of Assemblage; Recent Acquisitions: Assemblage

Astor, Mrs. Vincent [Mary Cushing]

"The Three Cushing Girls and their Successful Marriages," by Martha Martin, New York News, 1947 August 3: General 0, [mf 40;378]

Atget, Eugène

French Photographs: Daguerre to Atget [MoMA Exh. #277, 1945 February 21-May 30]: 3B, [mf 11;85]
Photography: Recent Acquisitions, Stieglitz-Atget [MoMA Exh. #442, 1950 March 28-May 7]: 66, [mf 16;637]

Auctions

See Museum of Modern Art: Auctions

Auden, W. H.

Poetry Evening at The Museum of Modern Art presented by the Junior Council at The Museum of Modern Art, 1953 May 13
new poets presented by Marianne Moore and W. H. Auden: General T, [mf 41;248]
See also Modern Poetry Series

Austin, A. Everett, Jr.

See American Ballet Theatre

Australian Art

exhibition at the National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C., 1941 November: General J, [mf 39;167]

Bali, Background for War: The Human Problem of Reoccupation [MoMA Exh. #239, 1943 August 11-September 19]

59, [mf 15;539]

Balla, Giacomo

"The Stairway of Farewells," Artist Jr. 5(3), 1964 January: 117, [mf 30;74]

Ballet Drawings by Franklin C. Watkins for "Transcendence": Model by Eugene Berman for "The Island God" [MoMA Exh. #323, 1946 June 18-August 25]

43C, [mf 11;270]

Ballet Society

poetry reading at The Museum of Modern Art, 1949 January: General P, [mf 40;429]

Balthus (Baltusz Klossowski de Rola)

Balthus [MoMA Exh. #611, 1956 December 19-1957 February 3]: 78, [mf 21;216]
Balthus [MoMA Exh. cat.] by James Thrall Soby, reviews: 78, [mf 21;216]

Bambi: The Making of an Animated Sound Picture at the Young People's Gallery [MoMA Exh. #189, 1942 July 15-August 20]

83A, [mf 22;465]

Bareiss, Walter, Collection of

See 50 Selections from the Bareiss Collection, Junior Council-Guest House

Barr, Alfred H., Jr.

articles about, listed chronologically:

return to the Museum after leave of absence, 1933 July: General Z, [mf 43;257]
juror, Business Women's Poster Contest, 1934: General C, [mf 37;410]
juror, Carnegie Institute International Exhibition of Art, Pittsburgh, 1934 June: General B, [mf 37;209]; General C, [mf 37;410]
1935 February: General D, [mf 37:588]
Art Acquisition Advisory Committee, Museum of Fine Arts, Springfield, Massachusetts, 1935 May: General D, [mf 37;588]
"Alfred H. Barr, Jr., Director" [profile], Magazine of Art, 1939 June 1: 39, [mf 10;51]
Broadcast: [NBC?] television interview announcement, The New York Times, [1939] June 9 ( p22): General G, [mf 38;207]
appointed Administrative Vice-President of The Museum of Modern Art, 1939 June: General G, [mf 38;207]
"Meet A. H. Barr, Hailed as Art Hub's Genius" by Joseph Mulvaney, Sun-Telegraph (Penn.), 1939 July 2: General G, [mf 38;399]
profile, New York Journal of America, 1939 September: General H, [mf 38;401]
retirement as Director and Administrative Vice-President of The Museum of Modern Art, 1943 October 28: General L, [mf 39;419]
"Museum Without A Director" [profile], by Edward Alden Jewell, The New York Times, 1944 January 30: General L, [mf 39;475]
appointed to Museum of Modern Art Research Chair of Modern Painting and Sculpture, 1945 January: General M, [mf 39;637]
American art exhibition arranged by the National Gallery, Washington, D.C. for London showing [Barr assisted with selection of work], 1945 March: General M, [mf 39;637]
appointed Director of the Museum's Collections, 1947 March 31: General O, [mf 40;210]
Princeton University honorary degree awarded, 1949 June: General P, [mf 40;429]
van Gogh painting owned by William Goetz authenticated by Barr, 1949 December: General P, [mf 40;429]
1952-59: 105, [mf 27;208]
1953-58: 108, [mf 28;224]
Gimbel mural contest, judge, 1953 June: General R, [mf 41;2]
"Profiles: Action on West 53rd Street - 2" by Dwight MacDonald, The New Yorker, 1953 December 19: 105, [mf 27;229]
"Political Control of Artists Rapped" [on speech given by Barr at the Eighth Annual Art Symposium on the freedom of art expression], by Lawrence Dame, Herald-Tribune, 1955 April 4: 105, [mf 27;212]
lectureship established in his name, 1955 June: 105, [mf 27;208]
"Mr. Barr's 'Abstract Souvenir,'" by A. Romanov, Art News, 1962 January (pp 30-32, 57): 135, [mf 36;664]
"Barr's Ideas on 'Permanent Art,'" by Charles Boone, San Francisco Examiner, 1965 May 1: 131, [mf 35;372]
"L.A.'s Place in the Art Spectrum - N.Y. Museum Director's View," by William Wilson, L.A. Sunday Times, 1965 May 9: 131, [mf 35;371]

articles by, listed chronologically,

"Modern Art," The Wellesley College Literary Review, 1930 February: 1929 Clippings, [mf 1;160]
comment re: Cubism and Modern European Art [MoMA Exh. #30c, 1933 October 3-27]: General B, [mf 37;228]
"Who's Crazy Now," Park Avenue Social Review, 1933 November:General B, [mf 37;261]
quote by Barr re: Paul Cézanne, 1939 January 21:General G, [mf 38;302]
"The Meaning of Modern," The New York Times, 1934 May 13:General B, [mf 37;362]
"Modern and 'Modern,'" Art Digest, 1934 August 1:General C, [mf 37;418]
review of After Picasso by James Thrall Soby, 1935:General D, [mf 37;588]
"What Are We Fighting For," Courier-Journal (Louisville), 1942 June 10:General K, [mf 39;263]
"Modern Museum Serving Cause," World-Telegram, 1942 October 30:General K, [mf 39;322]
"A Lighthouse for the Literary" [letter to the editor], The Saturday Review of Literature 33(23), 1950 August 19 :General T, [mf 41;367]
"Masters in the World of Line" [review of The Pocket Book of Great Drawings by Paul J. Sachs], New York Herald Tribune, 1951 April 15:General P, [mf 40;664]
letter to the editor re: censorship of films [esp. The Miracle by Roberto Rossellini], Magazine of Art 44(5), 1951May:General T, [mf 41;369]
"Is Modern Art Communistic?" The New York Times Magazine, 1952 December 14 (pp 22-29): General R, [mf 41;4]
"What Is Modern in Art? N.Y. Director Explains," 1954 July: General B, [mf 37;402]
"Portraits by Picasso," by Alfred H. Barr, Jr., The New York Times Magazine, 1957 May 18: 85, [mf 22;799]
"'Tastemaking': Mr. Barr of The Museum of Modern Art Files a : General Demurrer," The New York Times, 1960 September 25: 123, [mf 32;163]

books by, reviews of,

Art in America in Modern Times, Holger C. Cahill and Barr, eds., 1934: 14, [mf 5;92]
Cubism and Abstract Art, 1939: 94, [mf 24;587]
Fantastic Art, Dada, Surrealism [MoMA Exh. cat.], Barr, ed., 1936: 94, [mf 24;587]
Feininger, Hartley [MoMA Exh. cat.], Barr, Alois J. Schardt, and Monroe Wheeler, eds., 1944: 61, [mf 15;947]
Paul Klee by Barr, James Johnson Sweeney, and Julia and Lyonel Feininger, 1941: 94, [mf 24;587]
Masters of Modern Art [MoMA Exh. cat.], 1954: 73, [mf 19;326], 79, [mf 21;374]
Matisse: His Art and His Public, 1951: 87, [mf 23;389]
Masters of Modern Art, 1954: 73, [mf 19;326]
Painting and Sculpture in The Museum of Modern Art, Barr, ed., 1948: 94, [mf 24;587]
Picasso: Forty Years of His Art, 1939: 40, [mf 10;301]
Picasso: Fifty Years of His Art, 1946: 94, [mf 24;587]
What Is Modern Painting?, 1943: 94, [mf 24;587]
lectures by, "Art Under Dictatorship," at the Norton Gallery of Art, Palm Beach, Florida, Art League, 1951 December: General T, [mf 41;368]
"Art Under the Soviet and Nazi Dictatorships," at The Museum of Modern Art, 1952 December 10: General T, [mf 41;360,516]

Barr, Dr. (Reverend) Alfred H.

obituary, 1935 September 4: General D, [mf 37;588]

Barry, Iris

general, 1950: General T, [mf 41;374]
Golden Laurel Award, judge, 1952 June 17: General T, [mf 41;385]

Bartok, Bela

concert at The Museum of Modern Art (League of Composers), 1940 April: General H, [mf 38;401]

Baschet, François and Bernard

Structures for Sound: Musical Instruments by Francois and Bernard Baschet [MoMA Exh. #777, 1965 October 5-1966 January 23]: 120, [mf 31;48], 127, [mf 33;644]

Baskin, Leonard

Leonard Baskin: Prints and Books [ICE-F-48-61, 1961; C/E 61-6, 1962-65]: 99, [mf 25;680], 119, [mf 30;517], 131, [mf 35;110]

Bauhaus 1919-1928 [MoMA Exh. #82, 1938 December 7-1939 January 30; C/E 1938-40]

38, [mf 9;826]
Bauhaus 1919-1928 [MoMA Exh. cat.], Herbert Bayer, Ise Gropius, and Walter Gropius, eds., 1938, reviews: 38, [mf 9;826]

Bayer, Herbert

"Design Is Visual Creation with Functional Purpose," Mainichi (Tokyo), 1960 May 12: 135, [mf 36;657]

Bayeux Tapestry

stolen by Nazis, 1944 June: General L, [mf 39;419]

Beauchant Tapestries

exhibited in Masters of Popular Painting: Modern Primitives of Europe and America [MoMA Exh. #76, 1938 April 27-July 24; C/E 1938-39]: 36, [mf 9;214]

Beckmann, Max

Max Beckmann [MoMA Exh. #754, 1964 December 16-1965 January 31]: 125, [mf 33;19]
Max Beckmann [C/E 61-3, 1961-64]: 72C, [mf 19;105]
Max Beckmann [MoMA Exh. cat.] by Peter Selz, 1964, reviews: 125, [mf 33;19]
exhibition at the City Art Museum, Washington University, St. Louis, 1948 May 11: 77, [mf 21;93]
Prints by Max Beckmann [MoMA Exh. #489, 1951 September 18-October 24]: 72C, [mf 19;101]
"Triple Enigma," by Emily Genauer [re: Departure], New York Herald Tribune This Week Magazine, 1953 August 16 (p 12): 120, [mf 31;149]

Bel Geddes, Norman

Norman Bel Geddes War Maneuver Models [MoMA Exh. #250, 1944 January 26-March 5]: 59, [mf 15;591]
and fashion photography: 59, [mf 15;600]

Belling, Rudolf

article, 1935 November: General D, [mf 37;588]

Bender, Albert M.

obituary, 1941 March 4: General I, [mf 38;599]
See also Museum of Modern Art: Acquisitions

Bérard, Christian

biography, 1949 June: 77, [mf 21;163]

Berman, Eugene

article, 1941 March: General I, [mf 38;599]
The Theatre of Eugene Berman [MoMA Exh. #341, 1947 June 21-March 9]: 43C, [mf 11;259]
The Theatre of Eugene Berman [MoMA Exh. cat.] by George Amberg, reviews: 43C, [mf 11;259]
See also Ballet Drawings by Franklin C. Watkins for "Transcendance": Model by Eugene Berman for "The Island God"
See also: Museum of Modern Art: Acquisitions; Fashion Photography

Bernhard, Ruth

See Museum of Modern Art: Acquisitions

Bernstein, Leonard

See New American Painting, The

Bienal de São Paulo I, 1951 October

General T, [mf 41;248]

Bingham, George Caleb

George Caleb Bingham, the Missouri Artist, 1811-1879 [MoMA Exh. #38a, 1935 January 28-March 7]: 16, [mf 5;245]; 17, [mf 5;288]
George Caleb Bingham [MoMA Exh. cat.] by Meric Rogers, James Musick, and Arthur Pope, reviews: 16, [mf 5;245]; 17, [mf 5;306]

Birds and Beasts from The Museum of Modern Art [MoMA Exh. #676b, 1960 December 12-1961 January 15]

installation at the Old Country Gallery, Long Island, for the benefit of The Museum of Modern Art expansion drive: 84, [mf 22;776]

Birds in Color: Photos by Eliot Porter [MoMA Exh. #220, 1943 March 10-April 18]

2E, [mf 2;473]

Bitter Years 1935-1941, The [MoMA Exh. #711, 1962 October 18-November 25]

72B, [mf 18;774]

Blackburn, Alan R, Jr.

lecture on creating The Museum of Modern Art Film Department, 1933 June: General B, [mf 37;209]
resignation from The Museum of Modern Art, 1934 December: General D, [mf 37;588]
See also Perkins, Frances

Bliss, Anthony A.

engagement and marriage to Barbara Field, 1937 May: General F, [mf 38;2]

Bliss, Cornelius N., Jr.

marriage to Evelyn Byrd Dows, 1933 June: General B, [mf 37;209]
retirement, 1934 December: General C, [mf 37;410]

Bliss, Lizzie Parkinson (Lillie)

The Lillie P. Bliss Collection [MoMA Exh. #34b, 1934 May 14-September 12; C/E 1935]: 12A, [mf 4;660]

collection of, appraisal of,
1932 July-August: General Z, [mf 43;257]
bequest to The Museum of Modern Art, 1934 March: 12A, [mf 4;660]; General Z, [mf 43;257]
exhibited in Detroit, 1936 January: 24, [mf 7;1]
obituary, 1934: 12A, General Z, [mf 43;257]
Memorial Exhibition: the Collection of the late Lillie P. Bliss [MoMA Exh. #12, 1931 May 17-October 6]: 8, [mf 3;644]
Twenty-five Paintings from the Lillie P. Bliss Collection [C/E 1935]: General E, [mf 37;740]

Blume, Peter

article, 1939 June: General G, [mf 38;207]
New Acquisitions: The Eternal City by Peter Blume [MoMA Exh. #219, 1943 March 3-March 17]: 86, [mf 23;2]
recipient, Carnegie Institute International Exhibition Award, 1934 October: General C, [mf 37;410]

Boccioni, Umberto

Boccioni: His Graphic Art [C/E 61-7, 1962-64]: 119, [mf 30;582]
Umberto Boccioni: Drawings and Etchings from the Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lewis Winston [MoMA Exh. #686, 1961; May 30-August; C/E 61-7, 1962-64]: 49, [mf 13;823]

Bonnard, Pierre

Pierre Bonnard [MoMA Exh. #376, 1948 May 10-September 6]: 48D, [mf 13;590]
Bonnard and His Environment [MoMA Exh. #749, 1964 October 7-November 29]: 122, [mf 31;583]
Bonnard and His Environment [MoMA Exh. cat.] by James Thrall Soby, James Elliott, and Monroe Wheeler, reviews: 122, [mf 31;583]
obituary, 1947 January 26: General O, [mf 40;210]
See also Museum of Modern Art: Acquisitions

Boston Museum of Modern Art

24, [mf 7;1], 24A, [mf 7;98] re: Contemporary Watercolors [MoMA loan exhibition, 1936 December]
Fantastic Art, Dada, Surrealism [MoMA Exh. #55, 1936 November]
Lincoln Kirstein lecture on ballet at Boston Museum of Modern Art Modern Sculpture [MoMA loan exhibition, 1937 January]
Viennese costume benefit ball, 1937 March, May

Botero, Fernando

Mona Lisa, Age Twelve, exhibited at The Museum of Modern Art, 1963: 134, [mf 36;2]

Boughton, Alice

obituary, 1943 June 23: 83, [mf 22;203]

Bourgeois, Louise

biography, 1948 December: 77, [mf 21;135]

Braden, Thomas W.

elected Secretary of The Museum of Modern Art by Board of Trustees, 1948 April 1: General P, [mf 40;429]
resignation, 1950 February: General T, [mf 41;365]
marriage to Joan E. Ridley, 1948 December 18: General P, [mf 40;429]

Branchard, Emily

obituary, 1938 February: General F, [mf 38;2]

Brancusi, Constantin

New Acquisition: Brancusi, Bird in Space [MoMA Exh. #34i, 1934 August 13-September 13]: 12A, [mf 4;748]
Sculpture by Constantin Brancusi [MoMA Exh. #563, 1954 July 7-August 15]: General Y, [mf 43;2]

Brandt, Bill

Photographs by Bill Brandt, Harry Callahan, Ted Croner, Lisette Model [MoMA Exh. #394, 1948 November 30-1949 January 16]: 48E, [mf 13;654]

Braque, Georges

Georges Braque [MoMA Exh. #403, 1949 March 29-June 12]: 71B, [mf 17;746]
fashion, influence on: 71B, [mf 17;746]
"Homage to Georges Braque" [review of exhibition at the Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati], 1962: 134, [mf 36;122]
Three Painters as Printmakers: Braque, Miró, Morandi [MoMA Exh. #628, 1958 January 29-March 2]: 104, [mf 27;117]

Brazil Builds [MoMA Exh. #213, 1943 January 13-February 28; C/E 1942-46]

60, [mf 15;719]
Brazil Builds: Architecture New and Old, 1652-1942 [MoMA Exh. cat.] by Philip L. Goodwin, with photos by G. E. Kidder, 1943, review: 60, [mf 15;719]

Bresdin, Rodolphe

Redon, Moreau, Bresdin [MoMA Exh. #699, 1961 December 6-1962 January 28]: 49A, [mf 14;111]

Breuer, Marcel

The House in the Garden [MoMA Exh. #405, 1949 April 12-October 30]: 48E, [mf 13;723]

Brief Survey of the American Film, A [MoMA Exh. #62b, 1937 June 23-1938 January 24]

33, [mf 8;413]

Brief Survey of Modern Painting, A [MoMA Exh. #18, 1932 July 20-October 5]

7, [mf 3;404]

Brief Survey of Modern Painting in Color Reproductions, A [C/E 1931-39]

General C, [mf 37;410]: General F, [mf 38;2]

Britain at War [MoMA Exh. #130, 1941 May 22-September 2; C/E 1941-44]

50, [mf 14;144]

Broadcast

American Television Society, events at The Museum of Modern Art, 1944 September 18: General M, [mf 39;637]
"Art in America - Radio in Education," radio broadcast series [December 1933-August 1936]: 14, [mf 5;1,92]
religious paintings, subject of NBC radio program, 1939 June: General G, [mf 38;207]
Surrealism, subject of radio program on WABC: Julien Levy, Thomas Mabry and Salvador Dalí define Surrealism, 1938 June: General G, [mf 38;207]
"Through the Enchanted Gate," educational series on WNBT-TV, 1952-53: 95, [mf 25;2]
"What's Art to Me?," CBS radio series [October 1939]: 38, [mf 9;935]
"Wide, Wide World," NBC-TV series, 1958 April 27: 99, [mf 25;605]
Museum of Modern Art staff and trustees:
Cahill, Holger C., speaker on "American Paintings and Painters from 1863-1932," radio program, 1932 November: General Z, [mf 43;257]
Lewisohn, Samuel A., speaker, "The Background of Modern Painting," WNBC-WEAF radio program, 1933 February: General Z, [mf 43;257]
Miller, Dorothy C., guest on "Americans at Work," radio program, 1939 October: General H, [mf 38;401]
Steichen, Edward, subject of "Heritage" television series on Channel 13, TV, 1964 April: 123, [mf 32;92]
Wheeler, Monroe, guest on "Adventures of Ellery Queen," radio program, 1945 April 18: General M, [mf 39;637]
See also Museum of Modern Art: Broadcast

Buildings for Business and Government [MoMA Exh. #615, 1957 February 27-April 28]

78, [mf 21;317]

Built in U.S.A. [MoMA Exh. #528, 1953 January 20-March 15]

72, [mf 18;458]
Built in U.S.A.: Postwar Architecture [MoMA Exh. cat.] Henry-Russell Hitchcock, ed., reviews: 72, [mf 18;458]

Burchfield, Charles

article, 1934 July 25: General B, [mf 37;209]
Charles Burchfield: Early Watercolors, 1916-1918 [MoMA Exh. #5b, 1930 April 11-April 27], 1930 Clippings: [mf 1;227]

Burden, William A. M.

appointed President of The Museum of Modern Art, 1953:
108, [mf 28;224]
general, 1953-1958: 108, [mf 28;224]

Business and Professional Women's Week Poster Contest :
state and national exhibition [1935 March 17-23]

General C, [mf 37;410]
winner of, 1934 November: General C, [mf 37;410]

Cable, Susan

engagement to John L. Senior, Jr., 1950 December 18: General T, [mf 41;392]

Cahill, Holger C.

articles about, listed chronologically,
Art in America in Modern Times, with Alfred H. Barr, Jr., eds., 1934, reviews: 14, [mf 5;92]
article re: vandalism of historic graveyards in North Carolina, 1935 May: General D, [mf 37;675]
"Art Expert to Talk at Institute," Chicago Herald Examiner, 1938 August 25: General G, [mf 38;222]
article, Time, 1938 September: General G, [mf 38;230]
"Surrealist Art Exhibition Scheduled Here This Month," Chicago News, 1938 November 18: General G, [mf 38;254]
"Abstract Art Exhibition at Federal Gallery Is Opened," Evanston News Index (Ill.), 1938 November 21: General G, [mf 38;254]
"First Exhibition at Utah State Art Center to Illustrate Trends of Today's Painting," Deseret News (Salt Lake City), 1938 November 19: General G, [mf 38;263]
Kuniyoshi opening at The Museum of Modern Art [attended by Cahill], Time, 1939 February 6: General G, [mf 38;314]
"Loan Exhibition," Union Bulletin (Walla Walla, Wash.), 1939 February 12: General G, [mf 38;318]
"Socialites to Go Arty at 2 Exhibits Today," New York Journal-American, 1939 April 3: General G, [mf 38;345]
article re: trip to West Coast with Dorothy C. Miller, 1951 November 25: General T, [mf 41;248]

lecture by,
at Kalamazoo Institute of Arts, 1941 November: General J, [mf 39;2]

See also Broadcast: Miller, Dorothy C.

Calder, Alexander

Alexander Calder [MoMA Exh. #242, 1943 September 29-1944 January 16]: 48A, [mf 13;48, 96]
Alexander Calder [MoMA Exh. cat.] by James Johnson Sweeney, reviews: 48A, [mf 13;48, 96]
article by James Johnson Sweeney re: Calder, 1957 April: General R, [mf 41;140]
fashion, influence on: 48A, [mf 13;79]
"A New Bent for Sculpture," by George Balasses, Steelways, 1964 May: 117, [mf 30;236]
profile by Geoffrey T. Hellman, The New Yorker, 1941: General J, [mf 39;99]
See also Museum of Modern Art: Acquisitions

Calder, Alexander Stirling

obituary, 1945 January 8: General M, [mf 39;637]

Callahan, Harry

Harry Callahan and Robert Frank [MoMA Exh. #701, 1962 January 30-April 1; C/E 61-50, 1962-65]: 2B, [mf 18;852], 119, [mf 30;585]
See also Photographs by Bill Brandt, Harry Callahan, Ted Croner, Lisette Model

Camouflage for Civilian Defense [MoMA Exh. #190, 1942 August 12-September 13]

57, [mf 15;286]

Campigli, Massimo

article by Grazia Livi, World of Arts, n.d.: 117, [mf 30;244]

Campoli, Cosimo

biography, Art in America, 1964 August: 117, [mf 30;265]

Canaday, John

criticism of modern art, 1961 February 26: 99, [mf 25;683]

Carman, Albert

"Carman Process: Color Lithography," by P. K. Thomajan, The American Printer, 1944 March: 105, [mf 27;398]

Carnegie Institute

Carnegie International Art Exhibition, 1933-34: General B, [mf 37;209]
Carnegie Institute International Exhibition Award to Peter Blume, 1934 October: General C, [mf 37;410]
jury for International Exhibition Award [including Alfred H. Barr, Jr.], 1934 June: General B, [mf 37;209]; General C, [mf 37;410]

Carnegie Scholarship

articles, 1936: General E, [mf 37;740]

Carroll, Lewis

Photographs by Lewis Carroll [MoMA Exh. #458, 1950 September 26-December 3]: 2H, [mf 2;730]

Cartier-Bresson, Henri

The Photographs of Henri Cartier-Bresson [MoMA Exh. #343, 1947 February 4-June 4]: 42, [mf 10;634]
The Photographs of Henri Cartier-Bresson [MoMA Exh. cat.] by Lincoln Kirstein and Beaumont Newhall, reviews: 42, [mf 10;634]
"Stieglitz and Cartier-Bresson," by Dorothy Norman, Saturday Review, 1962 September 22: 110, [mf 28;303]
"Vision Plus the Camera," by Beaumont Newhall, Popular Photography, 1947 January: 42, [mf 10;641]

Cassandre, A. M.

Posters by A. M. Cassandre [MoMA Exh. #45a, 1936 January 14-February 16]: 20, [mf 5;504]

Catlin, Stanton L.

article re: resignation as Executive Director of the American Institute of Graphic Arts, 1949 December 17: General T, [mf 41;364]

Censorship in the Arts

article, 1947 May 4: General O, [mf 40;342]
Barr, Alfred H., Jr. [letter to the editor re: censorship of films, esp. The Miracle by Roberto Rossellini], Magazine of Art 44(5), 1951 May: General T, [mf 41;369]
nude art ban: article, The Studio, 1939 March: General G, [mf 38;207]
See also Politics and Art

Century of Progress exhibition at The Art Institute of Chicago, 1933

5B, [mf 3;138]
including loans by James Thrall Soby: General Z, [mf 43;257]

Ceylon Society of Arts

See Museum of Modern Art: Acquisitions

Cézanne, Paul

article re: Self-Portrait from Bliss Collection, Vanity Fair, 1933 November: General B, [mf 37;209]
article by Patricia Boyd Wilson, Christian Science Monitor (Boston), 1964 September 12: 117, [mf 30;268]
Cézanne, Gauguin, Seurat, van Gogh [MoMA Exh. #1, 1929 November 7-December 7], 929 Clippings: [mf 1;46]
"Cézanne, an Observation," by Ray Evans, Jr., Ohio Stater, 1933 November: General B, [mf 37;264]
"Intimate Exhibition," at the Durand-Ruel Galleries, 1938 March 26: General F, [mf 38;380]
quote by Alfred H. Barr, Jr. in Buffalo News (N.Y.), 1939 January 21: General G, [mf 38;302]
See also One Picture Exhibitions

Chagall, Marc

Chagall [MoMA Exh. #626, 1957 December 18-February 16]: 104, [mf 27;36]
Marc Chagall [MoMA Exh. #316, 1946 April 9-June 23]
67, [mf 17;72]
Chagall-The Jerusalem Windows [MoMA Exh. #697, 1961 November 19-1962 January 3]: 43F, [mf 11;639], 49A, [mf 14;2]
emigration to the United States with the assistance of Alfred H. Barr, Jr., and Rescue Committee, 1942 April: General K, [mf 39;202]
fashion photography, The Jerusalem Windows as backdrop for: 49A, [mf 14;10]
"The Magic of Marc Chagall," by John Tonge, The Press and Journal (Aberdeen), 1964 April 4: 117, [mf 30;269]

Chamberlain, Betty

appointed Museum of Modern Art Publicity Director, 1948 April 1: General P, [mf 40;429]

Chanin, Abraham (lecturer)

article, 1948 November 29: General P, [mf 40;429]
lecture at Provincetown Art Association (Mass.) on "Fantastic and Surrealist Art," 1949 August 11: General P, [mf 40;429]

Charlot, Jean

article by Jehanne B. Salinger on exhibition at Ansel Adams Gallery, 1933 September 24: General B, [mf 37;209]

Chasubles Designed by Henri Matisse [MoMA Exh. #784, 1965 December 18-1966 January 9]

127, [mf 33;672]

Children in England Paint [MoMA Exh. #156, 1941 November 6-1942 January 11; C/E 1942-43]

83A, [mf 22;432]

Children's Art

American Regional Picture Contest, 1941 October: 83A, [mf 22;408]
contests, general, 1942: 83A, [mf 22;399]
displayed at Saks Fifth Avenue, 1939 March: 83A, [mf 22;365]
education, 1940, 1942, 1943-44: 83A, [mf 22;399, 443, 484, 516, 546, 575]
excerpt from Art of the Young Child by Jane Cooper Bland: 79, [mf 21;394]
exhibition, 1937-38: 29A, [mf 7;706]
exhibitions, 1940, 1942, 1943-44: 83A, [mf 22;370]
general, including exhibitions and competitions: 126, [mf 33;326]
modern art and children, 1952-67: General W, [mf 42;263]
Westchester Folk Art Exhibition [MoMA Exh. #34e, 1934 June 23-July 9]: 0, [mf 4;136]
See also individual exhibitions

Children's Art Carnival, India, 1960-66, C/E 1962

88, [mf 23;540]

Children's Art Carnival and Gallery of Toys, 1960

136, [mf 37;46]

Children's Art from Hong Kong Schools [MoMA Exh. #759, 1965 March 9-April 3]

125, [mf 33;14]

Children's Art Work From the Holiday Circus [MoMA Exh. #251, 1944 February 2-February 17]

83A, [mf 22;561]

Children's Carnival [MoMA Exh. #650, 1959 September 22-October 18]

88, [mf 23;431]

Children's Carnival [People's Art Center, The Museum of Modern Art; Exh. #743, 1964 June 23-August 30]

88, [mf 23;431]

Children's Carnival of Art

1951 December: 95, [mf 25;76]
1964 July: General W, [mf 42;263]
presented to India by Jacqueline Kennedy (Mrs. John F.), 1962: 88, [mf 23;540]

Children's City Garden Contest, July 1939

39, [mf 10;2,88]

Children's City Garden Exhibition, 1939

39, [mf 10;88]

Children's Creative Center at the Brussels World's Fair, The, 1958 July

88, [mf 23;431]

Children's Design Contests

1937, 1940: 83A, [mf 22;358, 399]

Children's Festival of Modern Art [MoMA Exh. #173, 1942 March 11-May 10]

83A, [mf 22;443]

Children's Holiday Carnival

35th International Trade Fair, Milan, 1957 [MoMA Exh. #610, 1956 December 10-1957 January 13]: 95, [mf 25;76]

Children's Holiday Carnival [MoMA Exh. #625, 1957 December 9-1958 January 12]

95, [mf 25;76]

Children's Holiday Carnival of Modern Art [MoMA Exh. #465, 1950 December 5-1951 January 7]

126, [mf 33;326]

Children's Holiday Carnival of Modern Art [MoMA Exh. #496, 1951 December 4-1952 January 6]

95, [mf 25;27]

Children's Holiday Carnival of Modern Art [MoMA Exh. #594, 1955 December 12-1956 January 15]

95, [mf 25;76]

Children's Holiday Circus of Modern Art [MoMA Exh. #247, 1943 December 8-1944 January 3]

83A, [mf 22;552]

Children's Holiday Circus of Modern Art [MoMA Exh. #270, 1944 December 11-1945 February 18]

126, [mf 33;326]

Children's Holiday Circus of Modern Art [MoMA Exh. #303, 1945 December 4-1946 January 6]

126, [mf 33;326]

Children's Holiday Fair of Modern Art [MoMA Exh. #338, 1946 December 3-1947 January 5]

126, [mf 33;326]

Children's Holiday Fair of Modern Art [MoMA Exh. #363, 1947 December 2-1948 January 4]

126, [mf 33;326]

Children's Holiday Fair of Modern Art [MoMA Exh. #395, 1948 December 8-1949 January 16]

126, [mf 33;326]

Children's Outdoor Carnival of Modern Art [MoMA Exh. #672, 1960 October 3-October 30]

88, [mf 23;431]

Children's Painting and the War [MoMA Exh. #206, 1942 November 18-December 13]

3A, [mf 22;484]

Children's Print Competition, 1944

126, [mf 33;326]

Children's Silk Screen Competition, 1944

126, [mf 33;326]
Silk-Screen Competition juried by children, 1937: 83A, [mf 22;358]

Chinese Children's War Pictures [MoMA Exh. #257, 1944 April 5-May 4]

83A, [mf 22;566]; 126, [mf 33;326]

de Chirico, Giorgio

Giorgio de Chirico [MoMA Exh. #583, 1955 September 6-October 30]: 37E, [mf 9;777]
Giorgio de Chirico [MoMA Exh. cat.] by James Thrall Soby, reviews: 37E, [mf 9;777]
"De Chirico: Case History of the Metaphysician," by James Thrall Soby, Art News, 1955 September: 37E, [mf 9;786]
See also Museum of Modern Art: Acquisitions [1934]

Christiana, Edward

exhibition at the Ellison Gallery, 1959 October: 97, [mf 25;345]

Christmas Exhibition: Useful Objects Under $10 [MoMA Exh. #391, 1948 November 9-1949 January 9]

43E, [mf 11;539]

Chrysler, Walter P.

auction of art collection, 1945 March: General L, [mf 39;419]
marriage announcement, 1938 February: General F, [mf 38;2]
separation from wife, 1939 October: General H, [mf 38;401]
"341 Documents of Modern Art: The Chrysler Collection," by Alfred M. Frankfurter, Art News, 1941 January 18 (p 9): General I, [mf 38;720]

Civil Works Administration Program, Public Works Art Project

1933 December: General B, [mf 37;209]

Clark, Alfred Corning

engagement and marriage to Dorothy Tweedy Potter, 1941 April: General J, [mf 39;2]

Clark, Shirley Bell

marriage to George Burnham IV, 1946 June 2: General N, [mf 40;2]

Clark, Stephen C.

resignation as Chairman of The Museum of Modern Art Board of Trustees, 1946 July 1: General N, [mf 40;2]
See also Museum of Modern Art: Acquisitions [Maillol]

Classic and Romantic Traditions in Abstract Painting [C/E 1939-40]

General H, [mf 38;401]

Clergue, Lucien

Lucien Clergue and Yasuhiro Ishimoto [C/E 61-49, 1962-65]: 119, [mf 30;445]

Collage [MoMA Exh. #385, 1948 September 21-December 5]

43E, [mf 11;510,533]; General P, [mf 40;429]
"Art" [column], by Clement Greenberg, The Nation, 1948 November 27: 43E, [mf 11;558]
"Paste Mixed with Paint," by Thomas B. Hess, Art News, 1948 October: 43E, [mf 11;525]; General P, [mf 40;556]

Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Heller, The [C/E 61-29, 1961-62]

80, [mf 21;761]

College Art Association

articles re: 25th Anniversary: General E, [mf 37;740]
general, 1933: General Z, [mf 43;257]
1939: General H, [mf 38;401]

Color Reproductions

See Reproductions

Color Reproductions of Modern Painting [C/E 1931-39]

General Z, [mf 43;257]

Color Reproductions of Mexican Frescoes by Diego Rivera [MoMA Exh. #24a, 1933 February 20-March 12]

5, [mf 2;886]

Color Reproductions of Paintings by Vincent van Gogh [C/E 1932]

General Z, [mf 43;257]

Committee on Art Education, The Museum of Modern Art (National Conference on Art Education)

1944, 1945, 1947, 1950: 126, [mf 33;326]
1951-52: 95, [mf 25;27, 76]
1955: 95, [mf 25;27, 76]
1956: 95, [mf 25;27, 76], 136, [mf 37;46]
1957: 95, [mf 25;27, 76], 136, [mf 37;46]
1958: 136, [mf 37;46]
1958-65: 88, [mf 23;431]
1963: General W, [mf 42;263]

Communism and Modern Art

1950-59: General R, [mf 41;2]
1963: 116, [mf 29;522]

Concerts

American Chamber Music at The Museum of Modern Art, 1945 January 26: General J, [mf 39;2]; General M, [mf 39;637]
American relief for France benefit: Debussy-Ravel festival, 1944 December: General L, [mf 39;419]
"Coffee Concerts" series, 1941 October-1946 September: 2B, [mf 2;272], 53, [mf 14;625]
"Color Harmony," composed by Louis Geseway, presented at The Museum of Modern Art, 1945 January 29: General M, [mf 39;637]

"Composers Showcase"
1961 January: 101, [mf 26;272]
1961-1962: General Y, [mf 43;2]

Cuban-American Chamber Music Concert [Aaron Copeland, chairman], 1945 July: General M, [mf 39;637]
Gabriel Faure performance at the Centenary Concert, The Museum of Modern Art, 1945 May 25: General M, [mf 39;637]
Festival of Brazilian Music [MoMA Exh. #108b, 1940]: 47, [mf 12;558]
Arthur Gold and Robert Fizdale performance, The Museum of Modern Art, 1953 March 12: General T, [mf 41;248]
Jazz in the Garden, 1960, 1961, 1962, 1965: 120, [mf 31;2, 236, 246, 268, 284]
"Jazz Profiles," 1961 January: 101, [mf 26;272]
Musical Art Quartet, 1941-43: General J, [mf 39;2]; General K, [mf 39;202]

Musical concerts at The Museum of Modern Art, general:
1944-45, 1947: General M, [mf 39;637]
1947-49, 1950, 1951: General P, [mf 40;429]
percussion concert presented by the Junior Council of The Museum of Modern Art, 1952 May 6: General T, [mf 41;248]
Hector Villa-Lobos conducts concert of chamber music, 1945 January 28: General M, [mf 39;637]

Constantine, Mildred ("Connie")

Lettering by Modern Artists, book reviews, 1965: 125, [mf 33; 2, 38]

Contemporary Architecture in California [MoMA Exh. #42c, 1935 September 30-October 24]

2A, [mf 2;51], 22, [mf 6;564]
Contemporary architecture in California [MoMA Exh. cat.], reviews: General D, [mf 37;2,38]

Contemporary Music Society, 1963

99, [mf 25;652]

Contemporary Painters and Sculptors as Printmakers [MoMA Exh. #747, 1964 September 15-October 25]

preview party: General Y, [mf 43;2]

Contemporary Unknown American Painters [MoMA Exh. #90a, 1939 October 18-November 18]

General H, [mf 38;401]

Contemporary Watercolors [C/E 1936-37] Boston Museum of Modern Art and Washington ( D.C.) Gallery of The Museum of Modern Art

24A, [mf 7;98]

Copeland, Aaron

See Concerts

Corduroy

See Fabrics; Textile Design

Cornell, Katherine

Flowers of the Forest play, 1935 April: General D, [mf 37;588]
Foundation established for theater arts, 1935 November: General E, [mf 37;740]

Corot, Daumier [MoMA Exh. #8, 1930 October 15-November 23]

1930 Clippings: [mf 1;301]; 8B, [mf 3;814]: General C, [mf 37;410]

Corporations and Art [Art Lending Service]

83A, [mf 22;324]

Costume Designs exhibited at The Museum of Modern Art, 1940

83A, [mf 22;403]

Costume Carnival [MoMA Exh. #296, 1945 September 19-November 25]

126, [mf 33;326]

Courter, Elodie (Mrs. Robert C. Osborn)

Carnegie Fellowship recipient, 1935 May: General D, [mf 37;588]
engagement announcement, 1937 March: General F, [mf 38;2]

Creative Art by American Children [MoMA Exh. #305, 1946 January 15-March 3]

126, [mf 33;326]

Creative Growth, Childhood to Maturity [MoMA Exh. #92, 1939 November 1-1940 January 5]

featuring Dahlov Zorach Ipcar: 83A, [mf 22;370]

Creative Photography [MoMA Exh. #280, 1945 March 6-March 25; C/E 1945]

43B, [mf 11;141]

Cristofanetti, Francesco

See Museum of Modern Art: Acquisitions

Criticism of The Museum of Modern Art

See Museum of Modern Art: Criticism of

Crosby, Caresse

"The Duchess of Modern Art," by Mona Gardner, Cosmopolitan, 1947 February: General O, [mf 40;239]

Crowninshield, Frank

art collecting activities of, 1934 February: General B, [mf 37;209]

general articles by,
"The French Modernists," Vogue, 1945 July: General M, [mf 39;741]
"The Scandalous Armory Show of 1913," Vogue, 1940 September 15: General I, [mf 38;628]

articles on,
"Frank Crowninshield and Me," by Janet Schane, Cue, 1937 September 11: General F, [mf 38;80]
"Profiles: Last of the Species - I," by Geoffrey T. Hellman, The New Yorker, 1942 September 19 (pp 22-26): General K, [mf 39;309] general, 1943, 1944: General L, [mf 39;419]

lectures by,
at the Westchester Women's Club's January Open Day program, 1937 January: General F, [mf 38;2]
"Social Changes in America," 1939 April: General G, [mf 38;341]

obituary, 1947 December 28: General P, [mf 40;429]
sale of personal art collection, 1943 September: General K, [mf 39;202]

Cuba

"Cuba's Contribution to Modern Art," by Aurelio Giroud, The Diplomat, 1958 November: 105, [mf 27;420]

Cubism and Abstract Art

Cubism and Abstract Art [MoMA Exh. #46, 1936 March 2-April 19; C/E 1936-37] 25, [mf 7;161]
Cubism and Abstract Art [MoMA Exh. cat.] by Alfred H. Barr, Jr., reviews: 94, [mf 24;587]; General D, [mf 37;588]; General E, [mf 37;740]
New Acquisitions and Extended Loans: Cubist and Abstract Art [MoMA Exh. #176, 1942 March 25-May 3]: 86, [mf 23;2]

cummings, e. e.

See Modern Poetry Series

Cushing, Barbara ("Babe")

See Paley, Mrs. William S.

Cushing, Betsey

See Whitney, Mrs. John Hay

Cushing, Mary ("Mimi")

See Astor, Mrs. Vincent

D'Amico, Victor

books by,
Art for the Family, 1953: 95, [mf 25;76]
Experiments in Creative Art Teaching, 1960: 88, [mf 23;431]
Education Programs, The Museum of Modern Art, 1944-51: 126, [mf 33;326]

general.
1944-51: 126, [mf 33;326]
1958-65: 88, [mf 23;431]

lectures by,
at the American Association of University Women, Westchester, 1945 April: 126, [mf 33;326]
lecture series, 1943 October: 83A, [mf 22;399]
"The Renaissance of Art Education," The Founders Society of the Flint Institute of Arts (Mich.), 1959 February: 95, [mf 25;2]

Dada

"Back to Dada," The Sydney Morning Herald (Australia), 1960 July 30 (p 14): 97, [mf 25;486]
"Their Heart Belongs to Dada," by John Canaday, The New York Times Magazine, 1960 June 5: 97, [mf 25;411]
See also Fantastic Art, Dada, Surrealism; New Acquisitions: Fantastic Art, Dada, Surrealism

Daguerre, Louis-Jacques Mande

French Photographs: Daguerre to Atget [MoMA Exh. #277, 1945 February 21-May 30]: 43B, [mf 11;85]

Dalí, Salvador

Salvador Dalí [MoMA Exh. #158, 1941 November 19-1942 January 11]: 52, [mf 14;415]
Salvador Dalí [MoMA Exh. cat.] by James Thrall Soby, 1941, reviews: 52, [mf 14;415]
"Salvador Dalí and His Background," lecture by Kenneth Donahue, 1941: General J, [mf 39;2]
general articles, 1941: General J, [mf 39;2]
lecture by Dalí at The Museum of Modern Art, "Surrealists' Paintings; Paranoic Images," re: Modern Works of Art 5th Anniversary Exhibition [MoMA Exh. #37, 1934 November 19-1935 January 20] 16, [mf 5;200]
"When a Bleeding Heart of a Melting Watch Turns into a Glittering Jewel... it's a Dalí," Look Magazine, 1949 November 22: 77, [mf 21;185]
See also Broadcast

Dance Archives

general, 1942: 83, [mf 22;117]

Dancers in Movement: Photographs by Gjon Mili [MoMA Exh. #167, 1942 January 13-April 9]

83, [mf 22;117]

Daniel, Greta

books by,

Introduction to Twentieth Century Design from the Collection of The Museum of Modern Art, New York, with Arthur C. Drexler: 37C, [mf 9;643]
Useful Objects Today [portfolio]: 136, [mf 37;37]
obituary, 1962 June: 101, [mf 26;299]

Daumier, Honoré

Corot, Daumier [MoMA Exh. #8, 1930 October 15-November 23]
930 Clippings, [mf 1;301], 8B, [mf 3;814]; General C, [mf 37;410]

Davis, Bernard

Posters from the Davis Collection [MoMA Exh. #448, 1950 May 24-July 26]: H, [mf 2;623], 76, [mf 20;271]

Davis, James Edward

murals included in exhibition at The Museum of Modern Art, 1933: General Z, [mf 43;257]

Davis, Stuart

Stuart Davis [MoMA Exh. #298, 1945 October 17-1946 February 3]: 48B, [mf 13;357]
Stuart Davis [MoMA Exh. cat.] by James Johnson Sweeney, reviews: 48B, [mf 13;387]
article, 1940 August: General I, [mf 38;599]
"Stuart Davis as Prophet of Pop Art," by Mary Sarye Haverstock, The Washington Post, n.d.: 117, [mf 30;256]

De Stijl [MoMA Exh. #527, 1952 December 16-1953 February 15]

72, [mf 18;431]

Death and Art

124, [mf 32;363]

"Degenerate Art"

See German Art

Demuth, Charles

Charles Demuth [MoMA Exh. #439, 1950 March 7-June 11; C/E 1959-57]: 76, [mf 20;695]
obituary, 1935: General D, [mf 37;588]

Derain, André

article, 1941: General J, [mf 39;2]
André Derain in the Museum Collection [MoMA Exh. #724, 1963 June 28-September 30; C/E 61-11, 1962-63]: 115, [mf 29;315]
See also Museum of Modern Art: Acquisitions

Design

general, design and fashion at The Museum of Modern Art,
1954-59: 100, [mf 26;236]
1954: 73, [mf 19;162]; General Y, [mf 43;2]
1958-60: 110, [mf 28;236]
"Design as Commentary" symposium; Arthur Drexler, panelist: 110, [mf 28;268]
"Design - Key to Better Business," by N. Nash, National Hardware, 1959: 110, [mf 28;246]
"Does America Have a Design Heritage?" including statements by Henry Dreyfuss,Frank Lloyd Wright, Sori Yanagi, Olin J. Stephens II, George W. Walker, Philippe Charbonneux, Edwin Tunis, George D. Culler, Robert E. Bruckner, Edward C. Wells, Product Engineering, 1959 May 18: 110, [mf 28;256]
"Don't Look at it, Sit on It," Pageant p 148, 1957 June: General R, [mf 41;108]
"Furniture and Bedding," by Hermine Mariaux, Home Furnishings Daily (New York), 1964 September 24: 91, [mf 24;170]
"High Intensity Lighting," by Anne Chapin, Star-Ledger (N.J.), 1964 August 30: 117, [mf 30;254]
"Housewares Can be Art," Inco, 1962 Fall (pp 29-31): 134, [mf 36;188]
Lamp Debate on designs for the House in the Museum Garden [MoMA Exh. #405, 1949] by Breuer-Heifeitz: 43I, [mf 12;2,F109]
Lamp Design Competition sponsored by The Museum of Modern Art and Heifetz Co., 1950 May - Aug. [winning pieces displayed in Exh. #473, 1951]: 37B, [mf 9;488], 43I, [mf 12;109], 105, [mf 27;327]
lecture by Edgar J. Kaufmann, Jr., "New Design Trends in Home Furnishings," 1948 October: 89, [mf 23;590]
lecture by Sven Erile Skawonius on experimental design in Sweden, 1948 November: 89, [mf 23;590]
Lord & Taylor American Design Awards, 1941 April: General J, [mf 39;2]
Low-Cost Furniture Design Contest, The Museum of Modern Art, 1948: General Q, [mf 40;666]
Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade design contest, 1938: General G, [mf 38;207]
moveable cabinet-bathroom exhibited, 1939 June: 39, [mf 10;110]
See also Design, individual exhibitions; Industrial Design; Symposia

Design for Sport [MoMA Exh. #706, 1962 May 15-July 29]

102, [mf 26;425]

Design for Use, U.S.A.: [C/E 1950-52]

in collaboration with the Merchandise Mart, Chicago; based on Good Design, Exh. #463, 1950 November 21-January 28]: 54, [mf 14;660]

Design Trends in Unit Furniture, Fabrics, and Tableware [MoMA Exh. #328, 1946 September 6-November 17]

43C, [mf 11;298]; General Q, [mf 40;666]

Designed for Children [MoMA Exh. #320, 1946 June 11-October 6]

126, [mf 33;326]

Despiau, Charles

article, 1949 July 29: 77, [mf 21;148]

Developing Creativeness in Children [MoMA Exh. #575, 1955 March 15-April 17]

95, [mf 25;76]

Dickinson, Edwin

Edwin Dickinson [C/E 61-12, 1961-63]: 112, [mf 28;588]

Dickinson, Preston

biography by Patricia Boyd Wilson, Christian Science Monitor (Boston), 1964 November 19: 123, [mf 32;301]

Dillon, Mrs. Douglas C.

elected to The Museum of Modern Art Board of Trustees, 1959 January: 105, [mf 27;208]

Diogenes with a Camera [exhibition series, listed chronologically]

Diogenes with a Camera [MoMA Exh. #511, 1952 May 20-September 1]: 11A, [mf 4;375]
Diogenes with a Camera II [MoMA Exh. #525, 1952 November 25-1953 March 8]: 72, [mf 18;427]
Diogenes with a Camera III [MoMA Exh. #596, 1956 January 17-March 18]: 75B, [mf 20;518]
Diogenes with a Camera IV [MoMA Exh. #599, 1956 April 4-June 3]: 75, [mf 20;2]
Diogenes with a Camera V [MoMA Exh. #694, 1961 September 26-November 12]: 43D, [mf 11;374], 119, [mf 30;445]
Lucien Clergue and Yasuhiro Ishimoto [C/E 61-49, 1962-65]: 119, [mf 30;445]

Disney, Walt

elected to The Museum of Modern Art Board of Trustees, 1943 November: General L, [mf 39;419]

Dix, Otto

article, 1946 August 29: General N, [mf 40;2]
War: Etchings by Otto Dix, The [MoMA Exh. #34g, 1934 July 30-September 13]: 12A, [mf 4;723]
War: Etchings by Otto Dix and "Armoured Train," a Painting by Gino Severini, The [MoMA Exh. #63a, 1937 September 21-October 19]: 3, [mf 8;413]
War Etchings by Goya and Dix [C/E 1938-40]: General H, [mf 38;401]
See also Museum of Modern Art: Acquisitions

Dorn, Marion

interview, New York Post, 1941 September: 33, [mf 8;415]

Dove, Arthur

"Arthur G. Dove, 1880-1946," by Duncan Phillips, Magazine of Art, 1947 May: General O, [mf 40;357]
obituary, 1946 November 24: General N, [mf 40;2]

Dowling, Walter

elected Chairman, The International Council of The Museum of Modern Art, 1963 December: 131, [mf 35;110]

Drawings in the Collection of The Museum of Modern Art [MoMA Exh. #347, 1947 April 15-June 1]

42, [mf 10;706]

Drawings of Joseph Stella, The [MoMA Exh. #675, 1960 October 26-November 13; C/E 59-7, 1960-62]

71D, [mf 18;289]

Drawings Recently Acquired for the Museum's Collection [MoMA Exh. #613, 1957 January 29-February 24]

66, [mf 16;769]

Drawings, Watercolors, Collages: New Acquisitions [MoMA Exh. #646, 1959 July 15-October 15]

General W, [mf 42;263]

Dreier, Katherine

Katherine S. Dreier Bequest [MoMA Exh. #538, 1953 June 23-October 4]: 120, [mf 31;143]
and Société Anonyme, 1934 December 30: General C, [mf 37;410]

Drexler, Arthur

books by,
The Architecture of Japan [MoMA Exh. cat.], 1952, reviews: 74, [mf 19;727]
Introduction to Twentieth Century Design from the Collection of The Museum of Modern Art, New York, with Greta Daniel, 1959, reviews: 37C, [mf 9;643]
Japanese Exhibition House [MoMA Exh. cat.], 1954, reviews: 74, [mf 19;469]

lecture at Jacksonville Art Museum (Florida), 1964 April: 123, [mf 32;92]
panelist, "Design as Commentary" symposium, Art Nouveau exhibition, Fla. [MoMA Exh. #666], 1960: 110, [mf 28;236]
speaker, National Retail Dry Goods Association, 1958 January: General T, [mf 41;248]

Dreyer, Carl Theodor

film series, The Museum of Modern Art, 1964: 122, [mf 31;761]

Dubuffet, Jean

author, "My Bewitched Hand" The Perspective Gallery (New York), 1962 April: 72B, [mf 18;895]
Jean Dubuffet [MoMA Exh. #702, 1962 February 21-April 8]: 72B, [mf 18;856]
The Work of Jean Dubuffet [MoMA Exh. cat.] by Peter Selz, reviews: 72B, [mf 18;900]
The Phenomena of Jean Dubuffet [C/E 60-6, 1961-65]: 112, [mf 28;645]

Duchamp, Marcel

author, "The Creative Act" [editorial column], Art News, 1957 Summer: General R, [mf 41;113]

Dudley, Dorothy H.

author, article in New York World Telegram, 1961 December: 101, [mf 26;299]

Dufy, Raoul

See Museum of Modern Art: Acquisitions

Duke University

exhibition of color reproductions from The Museum of Modern Art, 1934 December 4 [selected by Alfred H. Barr, Jr.]
General C, [mf 37;410]

Duncan, Isadora

Isadora Duncan: Drawings, Photos, Memorabilia [MoMA Exh. #154, 1941 October 21-1942 January 10]: 2B, [mf 2;267]

Duveen (Baron)

article, 1937: General F, [mf 38;2]
obituary, 1939 May 25: General G, [mf 38;207]

 

E-H

Index Title
Eakins, Thomas

article, 1944 April 5: General L, [mf 39;419]

Eames, Charles

chair design: General Q, [mf 40;666]
New Furniture Designed by Charles Eames [MoMA Exh. #314, 1946 March 12-March 31]: 67, [mf 17;20]
Good Design [MoMA Exh. #463, 1950 November 21-1951 January 28]: 54, [mf 14;728]
Good Design installation at the Merchandise Mart, Chicago, 1950 January 16: 89, [mf 23;590]

Early Modern Architecture: Chicago 1870-1910 [MoMA Exh. #23, 1933 January 18-February 23]

2, [mf 1;792], 2A, [mf 2;6]

Early Modern Architecture [C/E 1933-36]

General B, [mf 37;209]; General Z, [mf 43;257]

Early Museum Architecture [MoMA Exh. #34a, 1934 March 5-May 5]

2A, [mf 2;6]

Eastman, George

George Eastman House, 1949 November: 83, [mf 22;317]

Edmondson, William

article, 1948 January 3: General O, [mf 40;406]
Sculpture by William Edmondson [MoMA Exh. #63c, 1937 October 20-November 4]: 34, [mf 8;513]

Edwards, Emmet

See Museum of Modern Art: Acquisitions
Eight, The [C/E 63-10, 1964-65]: 112, [mf 28;676]

Eight Automobiles [MoMA Exh. #488, 1951 August 28-November 4]

2C, [mf 19;51]
and fashion photography: 72C, [mf 19;86]

Eilshemius, Louis M.

fund, 1940: General H, [mf 38;401]
article, 1942: General J, [mf 39;2]

Einstein, Albert

visit to Modern Works of Art:
5th Anniversary Exhibition
[MoMA Exh. #37, 1934 November 19-1935 January 20]: General D, [mf 37;588]

Eisenlohr, Edward G.

general, 1937: General F, [mf 38;2]

Elements of Design [MoMA Exh. #299, 1945 October 23-November 15]

64, [mf 16;352]

Elisofon, Eliot

photojournalism course at Clarence H. White School of Photography, New York City, 1939: General H, [mf 38;401]
Tunisian Triumphs: War Photos by Eliot Elisofon [MoMA Exh. #233, 1943 June 17-July 25]: 2D, [mf 2;358]

Elliot, James

Bonnard and His Environment [MoMA Exh. cat.] by James Thrall Soby, James Elliot, and Monroe Wheeler, 1964, reviews: 122, [mf 31;583]

Embassy, American

The Museum of Modern Art loans to U.N. and U.S. Ambassadors, 1950-59: General R, [mf 41;2]
Painting of the Month, 1950-59: General R, [mf 41;2]

Emergency Rescue Committee

articles, 1941: General J, [mf 39;2]
"Exiled Artists from Paris Hope to Make New Start Here," by Elizabeth Sacartoff, PM, 1941 June 22: General J, [mf 39;47]

Emmet, Lily Cushing

article, 1947 April: General O, [mf 40;299]

Ensor, James

articles, 1943: General L, [mf 39;419]
James Ensor [MoMA Exh. #491, 1951 September 25-October 28]: 72C, [mf 19;109]
James Ensor [MoMA Exh. cat.] by Libby Tannenbaum, reviews: 72C, [mf 19;157]
obituary, 1949 November 20: 72C, [mf 19;110]
See also Museum of Modern Art: Acquisitions

Epstein, Jacob

See Museum of Modern Art: Acquisitions

Ernst, Max

article, 1941 September 21: General J, [mf 39;2]
Max Ernst [MoMA Exh. #680 1961 March 1-May 21; C/E 61-18, 1962-1963]: 46, [mf 12;443], 119, [mf 30;630]
See also Museum of Modern Art: Acquisitions

Erwitt, Elliot

Elliot Erwitt: Improbable Photographs [MoMA Exh. #769, 1965 June 30-October 3]: General V, [mf 42;204]

European Commercial Printing of Today [MoMA Exh. #40, 1935 May 22-June 1]

General D, [mf 37;588]

European Influences on American Art

"Post-War U.S. Artists Look Better than Europeans in Museum Shows," by Emily Genauer, New York Herald Tribune, 1955 May 15: 37E, [mf 9;718]

European Print Acquisitions [MoMA Exh. #712, 1962 October 18-November 25]

116, [mf 29;466]

Evans, Walker

Walker Evans: American Photographs [MoMA Exh. #78, 1938 September 28- November 18; C/E 1938-40]: 37, [mf 9;308]
Walker Evans: American Photographs [MoMA Exh. cat.] by Lincoln Kirstein (reprint edition), reviews: 93, [mf 24;478]
Walker Evans: American Photographs [MoMA Exh. #708, 1962 June 8-1963 February 14; C/E 63-18, 1963-66]: 93, [mf 24;478]; 94, [mf 24;587]
Walker Evans: American Photographs [MoMA Exh. cat.] by Lincoln Kirstein, reviews: 37, [mf 9;319]
Walker Evans: Photographs of 19th Century Houses [MoMA Exh. #30f, 1933 November 16-December 8; C/E 1934-36]: 2A, [mf 2;2,28]
radio show on WQXR with Thomas Mabry, 1938 September 30: General Z, [mf 43;257]

Exact Instant, The [MoMA Exh. #399, 1949 February 8-May 1; C/E 1949-51]

48E, [mf 13;686,726]

Exhibition House by Gregory Ain [MoMA Exh. #447, 1950 May 17-October 29]

76, [mf 20;745]

Experiments in Mobile Design [MoMA Exh. #340, 1947 January 14-April 13]

126, [mf 33;326]

Expressionism

"Expressionism: A Brief Survey," by F. Taubes, American Artist, 1958 March: 105, [mf 27;347]

Expressionism in Germany [MoMA Exh. #538, 1953 June 23-October 4]

120, [mf ;143]

Fabrics

corduroy, and uses at The Museum of Modern Art, 1959: 97, [mf 25;207], 105, [mf 27;208]
Fabric Design Competition, 1946: 88, [mf 23;552]
Printed Textiles for the Home [MoMA Exh. #345, 1947]: 42, [mf 10;669]
See also Op Art, influence of; Industrial Design; Textile Design; individual exhibitions

Face of America [C/E 1940-43]

44, [mf 12;164]

Faces and Figures: Drawings from the Collection of The Museum of Modern Art [MoMA Exh. #556, 1954 April 21-June 6]

56A, [mf 15;145]

Faces and Places in Brazil: Photographs by Genevieve Naylor [MoMA Exh. #215, 1943 January 27-February 28]

2E, [mf 2;427]

"Fallingwater": A Frank Lloyd Wright House Revisited [MoMA Exh. #731, 1963 November 1-December 1]

115, [mf 29;459]

Family of Man, The [MoMA Exh. #569, 1955 January 24-May 8; SP-ICE-24-59] in Moscow

79, [mf 21;560]; General Y, [mf 43;53]
American National Exhibition, Sokolniki Park, Moscow, 1959 [at which The Family of Man was shown]: General Y, [mf 43;53]
The reels cited above contain very few frames of material on this exhibition. For greater press coverage, see CE and ICE Records, which include clippings.

Family Service Association Posters [MoMA Exh. #600, 1956 April 18-May 13]

75, [mf 20;8]

Fantastic Art, Dada, Surrealism [MoMA Exh. #55, 1936 December 7-1937 January 17; C/E 1938]

30, [mf 7;740], 30A, [mf 8;1],: General V, [mf 42;2]
Fantastic Art, Dada, Surrealism [MoMA Exh. cat.], Alfred H. Barr, Jr., ed., 1936, reviews: 94, [mf 24;587]
exhibition at the Boston Museum of Modern Art and Washington (D.C.) Gallery of The Museum of Modern Art, 1936-37: 24A, [mf 7;98]
fashion, influences on: 30, [mf 7;827]; General V, [mf 42;2]
See also New Acquisitions: Fantastic Art, Dada, Surrealism

Fantl, Ernestine

lecture re: Modern Architecture in England [MoMA Exh. #58, 1937 February 10-March 7; C/E 1937-39]: 33, [mf 8;435]
lectures, general: General B, [mf 37;209]
marriage to John Carter, 1937 January: General F, [mf 38;2]

Fashion Influences of Modern Art on

general articles, listed chronologically,
1939 May: General G, [mf 38;207]
modern art, plaids, 1940 September: General I, [mf 38;599]
1942: General K, [mf 39;202]
1944: General L, [mf 39;419]
1944, modern art, general: General L, [mf 39;419]
during World War II: 57, [mf 15;339], 58, [mf 15;463]
1944, costume collection at The Museum of Modern Art: General L, [mf 39;419]
1949, fashion classes at The Museum of Modern Art: 126, [mf 33;126]
1953, at the Garden Party and The Museum of Modern Art: 71A, [mf 17;655]
1954-59: 100, [mf 26;236]
1955: dress to wear to The Museum of Modern Art: 66, [mf 16;725]
modern art, swimsuits, 1958 May: 105, [mf 27;477]
1960: at the Jazz in the Garden concerts: 120, [mf 31;2, 236]
1965, Op Art: 128, [mf 34;2], 129, [mf 129;428]

artists, influence of,
Piet Mondrian, 1965: 125, [mf 33;268], 128, [mf 34;2]
Pablo Picasso,1963: 85, [mf 22;868], 125, [mf 33;313]; General U, [mf 41;543]
Candido Portinari, 1940: [mf 12;529]

exhibitions,
Are Clothes Modern? [MoMA Exh. #269b, 1944 November 28-1945 March 4]: 63, [mf 16;240]
Georges Braque [MoMA Exh. #403, 1949 March 29-June 12]: 71B, [mf 17;746]
Alexander Calder [MoMA Exh. #242, 1943 September 29-1944 January 16]: 48A, [mf 13;48,F96]
Fantastic Art, Dada, Surrealism [MoMA Exh. #55, 1936 December 7-1937 January 17; C/E 1938]: 30, [mf 7;827]
Giacometti [MoMA Exh. #768, 1965 June 9-October 12]: General V, [mf 42;69]
van Gogh [MoMA Exh. #44, 1935 November 4-1936 January 5; C/E 1936]: 23, [mf 6;602], 23B, [mf 6;914]
Indian Art of the United States [MoMA Exh. #123, 1941 January 22-April 27]: 37A, [mf 9;362]
Robert Motherwell [MoMA Exh. #776, 1965 October 1-November 28]: 135, [mf 36;472]
Responsive Eye, The [MoMA Exh. #757, 1965 February 25-April 25]: 128, [mf 34;2]; 129, [mf 34;428]

Fashion Institute of Technology (New York):
twenty-first anniversary

125, [mf 33;231]

Fashion Photography,The Museum of Modern Art as Setting for

[1945]: General M, [mf 39;637]
1949 March: General P, [mf 40;429]

collection,
Brancusi, Constantin, Miracle, 1939: 39, [mf 10;100]
Braque, Georges, The Table, 1939: 39, [mf 10;77]
Buckminster Fuller, Geodesic Rigid Radome: 52, [mf 14;364], 82, [mf 21;807]
Matisse, Henri, The Dance, 1939: 39, [mf 10;77]
Motherwell, Robert, The Voyage, 1959: 100, [mf 26;236]
Rousseau, Henri, Sleeping Gypsy, 1945 March: General M, [mf 39;637]
Lassaw,Ibram, Kwannon, 1960: 100, [mf 26;236]

exhibitions,
Art Shows for U.S.O. Centers [MoMA Exh. #238, 1943 August 4-September 26]: 83A, [mf 22;522]
Alexander Calder [MoMA Exh. #242, 1943 September 29-1944 January 16]: 48A, [mf 13;72]
Chagall - The Jerusalem Windows [MoMA Exh. #697, 1961 November 19-1962 January 3]: 49A, [mf 14;2]
Collage [MoMA Exh. #385, 1948 September 21-December 5]: 43E, [mf 11;510,533]
Frederics, John: General G, [mf 38;207]
The Theatre of Eugene Berman [MoMA Exh. #341, 1947 January 27-March 9]: 43C, [mf 11;259]

Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Sculpture Garden,
1939: 39, [mf 10;76]
1942: General K, [mf 39;202]
1947: General O, [mf 40;210]
1952: 71A, [mf 17;654]
1960: 100, [mf 26;236]
1964: 80, [mf 21;568]
1964-65: 125, [mf 33;268]

Fauvism

"Joy of Color," Artist Jr. 6(1), 1964 October: 117, [mf 30;304]

Favorites in Modern Art [MoMA Exh. #230, 1943 May 12-June 20]

83A, [mf 22;514]

Federal Art Advisory Council

plans for, 1958: 91, [mf 24;210]

Feininger, Lyonel

Lyonel Feininger [MoMA Exh. #264, 1944 October 24-1945 January 14]: 61, [mf 15;912]
Lyonel Feininger, Marsden Hartley [MoMA Exh. cat.] by Dorothy C. Miller, ed., 1944, reviews: 61, [mf 15;912]
general articles, 1959, 1960: 97, [mf 25;207]
The Intimate World of Lyonel Feininger [MoMA Exh. #717, 1963 January 16-March 10; C/E 60-4, 1962-63] 103, [mf 26;768]
See also Museum of Modern Art: Acquisitions

Ferstadt, Louis

work included in World's Fair, 1939: General G, [mf 38;207]

Festival of American Chamber Music, 1943 March 10-19:

General K, [mf 39;202]

Festival of Brazilian Music [MoMA Exh. #108b, 1940]

47, [mf 12;558]

Fifteen Canadian Artists [C/E 63-9, 1963-65]

119, [mf 30;595]

Fifteen Paintings by French Masters of the 19th Century from the Louvre and the Museums of Albi and Lyon [MoMA Exh. #572, 1955 February 25-April 24]

90, [mf 24;7]

Fifteen Polish Painters [MoMA Exh. #690, East Galleries 1961 August 1-October 1, West Galleries 1961 August 1- October 3 1961, C/E 59-4, 1961]

43D, [mf 11;307]

Fifty Drawings: Recent Acquisitions [MoMA Exh. #704, 1962 April 10-August 12]

General Y, [mf 43;2]

Fifty Great Photographs [C/E 1948-58]

100, [mf 26;251], 107, [mf 27;684]

Fifty Photographs by Fifty Photographers [MoMA Exh. #382, 1948 July 27-September 26]

43E, [mf 11;488]

50 Selections from the Bareiss Collection, Junior Council-Guest House [MoMA Exh. #630a, 1958 April 23-May 18]

105, [mf 27;208]

Figurative Art

"Figures ARE Coming Back in Contemporary Painting," by Lucy O' Brien, Tribune (Tampa), 1961 June: 114, [mf 29;105] :
See also Recent Painting U.S.A.: The Figure

Film Program

Animation: Films from Many Nations, 1966 January: 130, [mf 35;37]
The Art of Assemblage: A Program of Films, 1961 October: General Y, [mf 43;2]
Canadian Films [National Film Board of Canada] program at The Museum of Modern Art, 1960 July: 108, [mf 28;173]
Dreyer, Carl Theodor, film series, The Museum of Modern Art, 1964: 122, [mf 31;761]
Enemy X, cancer education, 1942 May: General K, [mf 39;202]
The Evolution of the Skyscraper [produced by The Museum of Modern Art Department of Architecture], 1939: 83, [mf 22;2]
Flaherty, Robert, film program [sponsored by Junior Council], 1903 February: General T, [mf 41;248]
Ford, John, film series, shown at The Museum of Modern Art, 1959: 99, [mf 25;600]

general,
1956, 1962: 120, [mf 31;118]
1964: 124, [mf 32;453]

German Concentration Camp War, film shown at The Museum of Modern Art [presented by the Army Pictorial Service of the Signal Corps], 1945 May 28: General M, [mf 39;637]
German Films Past and Present [1957 October 24-1958 January 22]: 43H, [mf 11;805]
D. W. Griffith, American Film Master (Series No. 1), film retrospective, 1965: 47, [mf 12;596], 99, [mf 25;749]
article, 1965 March: 127, [mf 33;767]
Hawks, Howard retrospective, 1962 May: General Y, [mf 43;2]
Hitchcock, Alfred, film series, 1963: 116, [mf 29;532]
Holiday Movies for Children: 120, [mf 31;118]
The Horror Film, 1965: 136, [mf 37;195]
The Independent Film: Selections from the Film-Makers Co-Operative [also referred to as "Underground Films"], 1965 November 15-22: 99, [mf 25;738]
Japanese Film Festival, 1957 January 10-15: 105, [mf 27;417]
Last Year at Marienbad, shown at Carnegie Hall [to benefit The Museum of Modern Art 30th Anniversary Drive], 1962 November 7: 107, [mf 27;676], 120, [mf 31;118]
Levine, Joseph, gift, 1965: 99, [mf 25;691]
The March of Time [early films collection shown in conjunction with New York World's Fair and Art in Our Time exhibition]: 39, [mf 10;2]
Méliès, George, 1939 October: 39, [mf 10;148]
musical films, shown at The Museum of Modern Art [sponsored by the National Association for American Composers and Conductors], 1943 December: General L, [mf 39;419]
New York Film Festival at Lincoln Center, 1963: 113, [mf 28;709]
N.Y.N.Y by Frances Thompson, shown at The Museum of Modern Art, 1958 April 3: 108, [mf 28;173]
NYPL - Museum of Modern Art films, shown at NYPL during closure, 1964 January-February: 107, [mf 27;835]
old films series at the Film Society of Washington [program arranged by The Museum of Modern Art], 1937 May 24: [mf 7;1]
Power Among Men, shown at The Museum of Modern Art [produced by the United Nations; musical score by Virgil Thomson], 1959: 99, [mf 25;589]
Safety for the Citizen, 1941 December: 56, [mf 14;815]
South America, film exchange program wth the U.S. [Office of Inter-American Affairs], 1941: General X, [mf 42;459]
Spanish Film Week, The Museum of Modern Art, 1965: 135, [mf 36;440]
von Sternberg, Josef, retrospective, 1965 November: 130, [mf 35;44]
Swedish films, 1909-57, 1963 October: General Y, [mf 43;2]
Underground Film Festival, 1966 January: 130, [mf 35;23]
Wilder, Billy, 1964: 136, [mf 37;160]
Wyler, William, 1962: General Y, [mf 43;2]
Young One, The , by Luis Bunuel, showing at The Museum of Modern Art, 1961 January 12: 100, [mf 26;229]
Yugoslav films, 1961: 99, [mf 25;691]; General Y, [mf 43;2]
Zinnemann,Fred, films of, 1958 March: 108, [mf 28;173]
See also Museum of Modern Art: Acquisitions [film: Levine, Joseph E.]
individual filmmakers
Museum of Modern Art: Film Library
New York Regents Educational Television Project
Symposia

Film Publication

The Film Index, vol. 1, "The Film as Art," reviews, 1941: 94, [mf 24;587]

Fiske, Jane Anne

engagement to Herbert Grohskopf, 1948 July: General P, [mf 40;429]

Five California Houses [MoMA Exh. #223, 1943 March 17-April 18]

2E, [mf 2;473]

Five French Photographers [MoMA Exh. #497, 1951 December 18-1952 February 24]

11A, [mf 4;336]

Five Unrelated Photographers [MoMA Exh. #723, 1963 May 28-July 21]

115, [mf 29;310]

Flaherty, Robert

film program sponsored by Junior Council, 1953 February 6: General T, [mf 41;248]

Flannagan, John B.

obituary, 1942 January: General J, [mf 39;2]
The Sculpture of John B. Flannagan [MoMA Exh. #204, 1942 October 28-November 29]: 43A, [mf 11;29]

Flint, Ralph

lecture at Women's Civic Club, 1936: General E, [mf 37;740]

Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University

sculptures by Heller, Epstein, and Despiau lent from The Museum of Modern Art permanent collection, 1933 May: General Z, [mf 43;257]

Folk Art

general articles, 1940: General H, [mf 38;401]

Force, Juliana

obituary, 1948 September: General P, [mf 40;429]

Ford, Edsel

elected to The Museum of Modern Art Board of Trustees, 1935 November: General E, [mf 37;740]
"Edsel Ford Little Known by Public," Journal American, 1943 May 26: General K, [mf 39;387]

Forgotten Photographers [MoMA Exh. #486, 1951 August 23-November 4]

72C, [mf 19;25]

Forty-four Drawings: Recent Acquisitions [MoMA Exh. #773, 1965 September 6-1966 January 23]

General W, [mf 42;263]

Forty-six Painters and Sculptors Under 35 Years of Age [MoMA Exh. #5, 1930 April 11-April 27]

1930 Clippings: [mf 1;227]

46 Recent Lithographs by Picasso [MoMA Exh. #342, 1947 January 28-April 6]

68, [mf 17;362]

Four American Graphic Designers [MoMA Exh. #551, 1954 February 9-April 4]

56A, [mf 15;81]

Four American Travelling Exhibitions [MoMA Exh. #99, 1940 April 3-April 28]

44, [mf 12;164]

Four Poster Artists [MoMA Exh. #534, 1953 March 17-May 17]

72, [mf 18;588]

Four Walking Tours of Modern Architecture, New York

by Ada Louise Huxtable, 1961, book reviews: 91, [mf 24;150]

Fourteen Americans [MoMA Exh. #329, 1946 September 10-December 8; C/E 1946-47]

68, [mf 17;190]

Fourteen Paintings by Vincent van Gogh [MoMA Exh. #293, 1945 August 3-August 26]

48B, [mf 13;345]

Frank, Robert

Harry Callahan and Robert Frank [MoMA Exh. #701, 1962 January 30-April 1; C/E 61-50, 1962-65]: 72B, [mf 18;852], 119, [mf 30;585]

Frank, Waldo (and Rosamond Gilder)

lecture series, "The Future of the Arts in American Life and Culture," 1941 March: General I, [mf 38;599]

Frankenthaler, Helen

biography, 1960 May 2: 97, [mf 25;449]

French Photographs: Daguerre to Atget [MoMA Exh. #277, 1945 February 21-May 30]

43B, [mf 11;85]

Frick Collection

acquisitions, 1938: General F, [mf 38;2]

Friedman, Arnold

obituary, 1946 December 30: General N, [mf 40;2]

Frobenius, Leo

obituary, 1938 August: 6
See also Prehistoric Rock Pictures in Europe and Africa

From Le Corbusier to Niemeyer 1929-1949 [MoMA Exh. #400, 1949 February 15-April 3]

48E, [mf 13;760]

Frost, Robert

See Modern Poetry Series

Fruit and Flower Paintings [MoMA Exh. #25, 1933 May 13-May 31]

2, [mf 1;792], 8, [mf 3;636]

Fuller, R. Buckminster

Buckminster Fuller - Supplementary Exhibition of Models, Photographs, and Drawings [MoMA Exh. #652, 1959 October 27-November]: 22, [mf 21;807]; General X, [mf 42;447] Buckminster Fuller's Dymaxion Deployment Unit [MoMA Exh. #151, 1941 October 10-1942 April 1]: 82, [mf 10;349]
Geodesic Rigid Radome, exhibited at Washington University, 1955: 36, [mf 37;46]
general, 1960: 136, [mf 37;46]
use in fashion photography: 82, [mf 21;807]
Three Structures by Buckminster Fuller [MoMA Exh. #649, 1959 September 22-1961 October 30]: 2, [mf 21;807]
University of Michigan, Centennial Award recipient, 1955: 136, [mf 37;46]

Fuller, Sue

article, 1949 March 27: General P, [mf 40;429]

Futurism [MoMA Exh. #685, 1961 May 30-September 5]

49, [mf 13;823]
Futurism [MoMA Exh. cat.] by Joshua C. Taylor, reviews and articles re: opening at the Detroit Institute of Arts [1961 October 18-December 19]
49, [mf 13;823]

Gaba, Lester

table setting designs, 1939: General G, [mf 38;207]

Gabo, Naum

Gabo-Pevsner [MoMA Exh. #369, 1948 February 10-April 25]
48D, [mf 13;515]

Galbraith, John Kenneth

lecture, "Economics, Art and the Environment," The Museum of Modern Art, 1960 February: 108, [mf 28;14]

Garbo, Greta

visit to The Museum of Modern Art, 1953: 71A, [mf 17;665]

Gargallo, Pablo

See Museum of Modern Art: Acquisitions

Garnett, William

"Three Photographers in Color," lecture by Garnett, Helen Levitt, and Roman Vishniac, 1963 March: General W, [mf 42;263]

Gaudí, Antonio:
Gaudí [MoMA Exh. #627, 1957 December 18-1958 February 23;C/E 61-32, 1961-66]

104, [mf 27;59], 105, [mf 27;331], 120, [mf 31;240]
Gaudí [MoMA Exh. cat.] by Henry-Russell Hitchcock, reviews: 104, [mf 27;59]
See also Symposia

Gauguin, Paul

article by Patricia Boyd Wilson, Christian Science Monitor (Boston), 1964 December 5: 117, [mf 30;313]
Cézanne, Gauguin, Seurat, van Gogh [MoMA Exh. #1, 1929 November 7-December 7]: 1929 Clippings, [mf 1;46]
exhibition of works at the Fogg Museum, Harvard University, Cambridge, 1936 May: 24, [mf 7;19]
"Synthetic Savage," M.D., 1964 February: 117, [mf 30;111]
Wildenstein Galleries (New York), paintings lent by The Museum of Modern Art, 1936 March: General E, [mf 37;740]
See also One Picture Exhibitions

Gee, Yun, and Kwan, Frank Kim Gaul

exhibition at Galerie Raymond Duncan, 1938: General G, [mf 38;207]

German art

articles re: "Degenerate Art", 1937: General F, [mf 38;67]
boycott, 1939: General G, [mf 38;207]
"'Degenerate Art' - a Quarter-Century After," by Alfred Werner, Arts, 1963 February: 134, [mf 36;253]
"Freed of Hitler's Phobia, Artists in Germany Turn to Surrealism," New York Herald Tribune, 1948 March 21: General P, [mf 40;508]
"Noted Exiles Turn to U.S. Citizenship," The New York Times, 1938 November 30, and other articles, 1938-39: General G, [mf 8;260]
German Art of the 20th Century [MoMA Exh. #622, 1957 October 2-December 1]: 43H, [mf 11;755], 65, [mf 16;552]
German Art of the 20th Century [MoMA Exh. cat.] by Werner Haftman, 1957, reviews: 43H, [mf 11;755]
film series held in conjunction with the exhibition, 1957: 43H, [mf 11;805]
speech by German minister Albrecht von Kessel, delivered at the exhibition opening: 3H, [mf 11;787]
German Exiled Art: See Art in Our Time: Tenth Anniversary Exhibition The Museum of Modern Art acquisitions of "Degenerate Art," 1939: 39, [mf 10;113]
Nazi influence on: General J, [mf 39;2]
New Acquisitions: Free German Art [MoMA Exh. #186, 1942 June 24-August 24]: 86, [mf 23;2]
returning art to Germany, protest against, 1946 May 13: General N, [mf 40;2]
See also Nazi Third Reich

German Concentration Camp War

atrocities film presented by Army Pictorial Service of the Signal Corps presented at The Museum of Modern Art, 1945 May 28: General M, [mf 39;637]

German Painting and Sculpture [MoMA Exh. #11, 1931 March 12-April 26]

1, [mf 1;413]

Giacometti, Alberto:
Alberto Giacometti [MoMA Exh. #768, 1965 June 9-October 12]

General V, [mf 42;69]
Alberto Giacometti by Himself [autobiography, exh. cat.], introduction by Peter Selz, reviews: General V, [mf 42;69]
fashion photography, 1965: 125, [mf 33;270]; General V, [mf 42;69]

Gilder, Rosamond (and Frank Waldo)

See Waldo, Frank.

Glamour Portraits [MoMA Exh. #770, 1965 August 2-September 19]

130, [mf 35;48]

Glass from The Museum of Modern Art Collection [MoMA Exh. #588, 1955 October 25-1956 January 8]

75B, [mf 20;436]

van Gogh, Vincent

article, 1940 September: General I, [mf 38;599] Cézanne, Gauguin, Seurat, van Gogh [MoMA Exh. #1, 1929 November 7-December 7]
929 Clippings, [mf 1;46] Etude a la Bougie authenticated, 1950 October 4: General P, [mf 40;429]
fashion, influence on: 23, [mf 6;602], 23B, [mf 6;914]
Fourteen Paintings by Vincent van Gogh [MoMA Exh. #293, 1945 August 3-August 26]: 48B, [mf 13;345]
Vincent van Gogh [MoMA Exh. #44, 1935 November 4-1936 January 5, C/E 1936]: 3, [mf 6;602], 23A, [mf 6;757], 23B, [mf 6;914]; General V, [mf 42;2]
Vincent van Gogh [MoMA Exh. #56 (2nd showing of Exh. #44), 1937 January 20-February 2]: 23A, [mf 6;852]
van Gogh's Letters to Emile Bernard (1938), Douglas Lord, ed., 1938, book reviews: 23A, [mf 6;852]; General D, [mf 37;588]
lithograph stolen and returned, 1958 March: 05, [mf 27;277]; General T, [mf 41;248]; General V, [mf 42;2]
Reproductions of Paintings and Drawings by Vincent van Gogh [C/E 1935-42]: General D, [mf 37;588]; General G, [mf 38;207]
See also Museum of Modern Art, Acquisitions; New Acquisitions: Vincent van Gogh, The Starry Night

Goldwyn, Samuel

Samuel Goldwyn, The Producer and His Films by Richard Griffith, 1956, reviews: 94, [mf 24;587]

Gnoli, Domenico

Empty Crates: [drawing] exhibited at The Museum of Modern Art, 1962 July 27: 134, [mf 36;2]

Gonzalez, Julio

Julio Gonzalez Retrospective [MoMA Exh. #597, 1956 February 8-April 8]: 75B, [mf 20;527]
Julio Gonzalez Retrospective [MoMA Exh. cat.] by Andrew Carnduff Ritchie, 1956, reviews: 75B, [mf 20;527]

Good Design [MoMA Exh. #463, 1950 November 21-1951 January 28]

43F, [mf 11;592]; General W, [mf 42;263]
installation at the Merchandise Mart, Chicago by Charles Eames, 1950 January 16: 89, [mf 23;590]

Good Design [MoMA Exh. #494, 1951 November 27-1952 January 27]

89, [mf 23;590]

Goodman, Percival

Percival Goodman War Memorial Model [MoMA Exh. #434, 1950 January 17-February 22]: 76, [mf 20;656]

Goodwin, Philip

apartment at 875 Fifth Avenue, 1939 November: General H, [mf 38;401]
bequest to The Museum of Modern Art, 1958: 136, [mf 37;2]
Brazil Builds: Architecture New and Old, 1652-1942 [MoMA Exh. cat.] by Philip L. Goodwin, with photos by G. E. Kidder, 1943, review: 60, [mf 15;719]
Philip L. Goodwin Collection [MoMA Exh. #632, 1958 October 8-November 9]: 43G, [mf 11;645]
Philip L. Goodwin Galleries of Architecture and Design [MoMA Exh. #737, 1964 May 27]: 121, [mf 31;495]
Memorial Gallery at The Museum of Modern Art, 1962 July 1: 107, [mf 27;676]

Goodyear, A. Conger

appointed General in New York State Guard by Governor Thomas E. Dewey, 1943 July: General K, [mf 39;202]
"Drip and Dribble Schools Debase Present-day Art...," News (Buffalo), 1959 November 5: 105, [mf 27;278]
elected Honorary Member of the Buffalo Fine Arts Academy, 1939 October: General H, [mf 38;401]
fund established at Albright-Knox Gallery, Buffalo, 1964 January: 123, [mf 32;92]
loan from personal collection for scenery in Flowers of the Forest [play by Katherine Cornell], 1935 April: General D, [mf 37;588]
The Museum of Modern Art, The First Ten Years, 1943, by A. Conger Goodyear, book reviews: 94, [mf 24;587]
New York Statewide Art Show, judge, 1941 April: General J, [mf 39;2]
obituary, 1964 April: 123, [mf 32;92]
retirement from The Museum of Modern Art, 1939 May: General G, [mf 38;207]
visit to the Okinawa war front, 1945 April: General M, [mf 39;637]
"Why Did Museum Here Reject So Princely A Gift - Or Did It?" [re: gift to Albright-Knox Gallery, Buffalo], New York Herald Tribune, by Emily Genauer 1964 January 18: 114, [mf 29;159]
World War II, involvement in, 1945 April 22: General M, [mf 39;637]

Gorky, Arshile

Arshile Gorky: 904-1948 [MoMA Exh. #716, 1962 December 19-1963 February 12; C/E 61-14, 1962-64]: 103, [mf 26;726], 136, [mf 37;18], 119, [mf 30;465]

Government and Art

1958-65: 91, [mf 24;210]
See also Symposia

Goya, Francisco

War Etchings by Goya and Dix [C/E 1938-40]: General H, [mf 38;401]

Graham, Jean Laverne

and Frederick Williams Schick engagement, 1941: General J, [mf 39;2]

Grosser, Maurice

See Museum of Modern Art: Acquisitions

Grierson, John

lecture, "The Poetic Element: Documentary Film in the Television Age," 1962 April: General Y, [mf 43;2]

Griffith, David Wark

D. W. Griffith, American Film Master [MoMA Exh. #115, 1940 November 13-1941 January 5]: 47, [mf 12;596]
D. W. Griffith, American Film Master [MoMA Exh. cat.] by Iris Barry, reviews: 47, [mf 12;596]
D. W. Griffith, American Film Master [MoMA Exh. #764, 1965 April 26-September 6]: 127, [mf 33;767]
D. W. Griffith: American Film Master [MoMA Exh. cat.] by Iris Barry, reviews (reprint edition): 99, [mf 25;749]

Griffith, Richard Edward

articles, 1949 April 26, December 5: General P, [mf 40;429]
Samuel Goldwyn, The Producer and His Films by Richard Griffith, 1956, book reviews: 94, [mf 24;587]
lecture, "Master of the Creative Camera," at Brooklyn Academy of Music, 1952 January: General T, [mf 41;248]
marriage to Ann Gilman, 1947 November: General P, [mf 40;429]

Grippe, Peter

biography, 1948 December: 77, [mf 21;134]

Gris, Juan

article by Eliot Clark, Studio (London), 1957 May: General R, [mf 41;2]
Juan Gris [MoMA Exh. #630, 1958 April 8-April 15, May 12-June 1]:
104, [mf 27;168]; 136, [mf 37;2]
Juan Gris [MoMA Exh. cat.] by James Thrall Soby, reviews: 79, [mf 21;374], 104, [mf 27;168]
See also Museum of Modern Art: Acquisitions

Gropper, William

article re: celebration of artist's twentieth anniversary of creative activity, 1940: General H, [mf 38;401]
"Best Left-Wing Painter in First Local Show," by Arthur Miller, Los Angeles Times, 1938 September 4: General G, [mf 38;228]

Grosz, George

George Grosz [MoMA Exh. #150, 1941 October 8-November 2]: 52, [mf 14;339]
parts I and III, The New Yorker, 1943 November: General L, [mf 39;419]
U.S. citizenship attained and other articles, 1938 November: General G, [mf 38;207]

Guggenheim Fellowship Awards

1935: General D, [mf 37;588]
1937-1938: General F, [mf 38;2]
1948: General P, [mf 40;429]

Guggenheim, Simon

elected to The Museum of Modern Art Board of Trustees, 1940 June 15: General H, [mf 38;401]

Guggenheim, Mrs. Solomon R.

collection of non-objective paintings exhibited in Charleston [1936 March 1-April 12]: 22, [mf 6;582,592]
gift of Sleeping Gypsy by Henri Rousseau, 1940 January: 41, [mf 10;479]

Guide to Modern Art in Europe

The Museum of Modern Art Junior Council and Pan Am Airways, Dolores B. Lamanna, ed., Guide to Art in Modern Europebook reviews, 1963: 116, [mf 29;499]

Guimard, Hector

article, 1949 August 13: 77, [mf 21;148]
Paris Metro arch installed in the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Sculpture Garden, The Museum of Modern Art, 1966 January: 125, [mf 33;321]

Haas, Ernst

Ernst Haas: Color Photography [MoMA Exh. #709, 1962 August 21-October 28]: 93, [mf 24;511]

Haese, Gunter

Gunter Haese [MoMA Exh. #750, 1964 October 16-November 15]: 122, [mf 31;710]; General Y, [mf 43;2]

Handicraft Development, Inc.

re: Italian handicraft industries, 1945: 64, [mf 16:414]

Handicrafts

re: fashion and home furnishings, Dorothy Liebes lecture at annual Fashion Group luncheon, 1944 November: 64, [mf 16;413]

Hanson, Bill

See Museum of Modern Art: Acquisitions

Hare, Mrs. Irving

article, 1935 December 25: General E, [mf 37;740]

Hare, Michael M. (Advisory Committee)

radio broadcast for opening of Wisconsin Union Theater, 1939: General H, [mf 38;401]

Harnett, William Michael

"The Harnett Story: A 19th Century Mystery," San Francisco Chronicle, 1949 May 22: 86, [mf 23;2]

d'Harnoncourt, René

appointed Director of The Museum of Modern Art,: 949 November: General T, [mf 41;348] : 951 July: General P, [mf 40;429]

articles about,
[in German], 1949 December 17: General T, [mf 41;248]
1950 October 26: General T, [mf 41;248]
"Director Comments on Modern Art," by Mike A. Smith, Star (Indianapolis), 1964 July 5, and other articles: 123, [mf 32;108]
"New York: The Taste Shaper," Look, 1958 February 18 (p 50), and other articles: 131, [mf 35;259]

articles by,
statement re: modern art in Times Herald (Richmond, Va.), 1952 January 5: General T, [mf 41;248]
"Challenge and Promise: Modern Art and Society," Magazine of Art, 1948 November: 77, [mf 21;78]
"When is Art 'Modern Art'?" The New York Times, 1964 May 24: 121, [mf 31;306]
Association on American-Indian Affairs, Inc., first Vice-President of, 1953 July 2: General V, [mf 42;2]
Brussels World's Fair Art Committee member, 1957 December: General V, [mf 42;2]

general,
1949 September 21: General P, [mf 40;429]
1952 January 3: General P, [mf 40;429]
n.d.: General V, [mf 42;2]

honors received,
honorary degree from Dartmouth College, June 1955: 131, [mf 35;110]
honorary degree awarded to d'Harnoncourt and William Schuman [President, Lincoln Center], 1964 October: 123, [mf 32;92]
honored by University of New Mexico, 1964 October: 123, [mf 32;92]
Indian Arts and Crafts Board Chairman, 1949 December 12: General T, [mf 41;248]
International Council of Museums (ICOM) American delegation member, request for aid from UNESCO, 1947 November: General P, [mf 40;429]

lectures by,
"American Indian Textiles and Retablos from the Southwest," lecture on exhibition at the Virginia Museum of Fine:
Arts: General T, [mf 41;248]
"Art as a Factor in the Cultural Relations with Latin America," at the Memorial Art Gallery, 1942 November: General K, [mf 39;202]
David O. Selznick Golden Laurel Awards, jury member, 1955: 131, [mf 35;110]

Harris, Bett

article, 1948 May: General P, [mf 40;429]

Harrison, Wallace K.

elected to The Museum of Modern Art Board of Trustees: General M, [mf 39;637]
profile re: directorship, Office of Inter-American Affairs, 1945 June 1: General M, [mf 39;637]
resignation as Vice-President of The Museum of Modern Art Board of Trustees, 1942 January: General J, [mf 39;2]

Hart, George Overbury ("Pop")

general: General B, [mf 37;209]; General Z, [mf 43;257]
memorial exhibition at The Newark Museum, 1935: General D, [mf 37;588]

Hartigan, Grace

biography, 1960 May 2: 97, [mf 25;499]

Hartley, Marsden

Marsden Hartley [MoMA Exh. #265, 1944 October 24-1945 January 14]: 1, [mf 15;912]
Feininger, Hartley [MoMA Exh. cat.], Alois J. Schardt, Alfred H. Barr, Jr., and Dorothy C. Miller, eds., 1944, reviews: 61, [mf 15;912]
See also Museum of Modern Art: Acquisitions

Hayter, Stanley William

Hayter and Studio 17: New Directions in Gravure [MoMA Exh. #259, 1944 June 28-October 8; C/E 1944-46]: 61, [mf 15;858]

Heckscher, August

appointed Co-ordinator of Cultural Activities by President John F. Kennedy, 1962 March: 131, [mf 35;110]
biographical articles, 1962: 131, [mf 35;110]
elected President, The International Council of The Museum of Modern Art, 1958 March: 131, [mf 35;110]

Heller, Ben

Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Heller, The [C/E 61-29, 1961-62]: 80, [mf 21;761]

Hidden Talent Competition [MoMA Exh. #398, 1949 February 1-March 6]

48E, [mf 13;684]

Higgins, Edward

See Museum of Modern Art: Acquisitions

Hill, David Octavius

Photographs by David Octavius Hill and Robert Adamson [MoMA Exh. #145, 1941 September 9-October 19]: 53, [mf 14;605]

Hirsch, Joseph

article, 1946 December 1: General N, [mf 40;2]
article re: The Kiss and Two Men, 1941 July 16: General J, [mf 39;2]
Two Men voted favorite painting at Contemporary American Art Pavilion at New York's World Fair: 947 January 16: 77, [mf 21;90]

Hirshfield, Morris

The Paintings of Morris Hirshfield [MoMA Exh. #234, 1943 June 23-August 1]: 48A, [mf 13;15]

History of American Movies, A [MoMA Exh. #133, 1941 June 5-October 3; C/E 1940-43]

53, [mf 14;497]

History of Impressionism, The

by John Rewald, 1961, book reviews: 79, [mf 21;374], 94, [mf 24;587], 108, [mf 28;109]; General X, [mf 42;447]

History of the Modern Poster, A [MoMA Exh. #134, 1941 June 11-June 26; C/E 1940-45]

53, [mf 14;497]

Hitchcock, Alfred

film series, The Museum of Modern Art, 1963: 116, [mf 29;532]
"The Man Behind the Body," by John D. Weaver, Holiday, 1964 September: 124, [mf 32;476]

Hitchcock, Henry-Russell, Jr.

books by,
Gaudí: 104, [mf 27;59]
In the Nature of Materials: The Buildings of Frank Lloyd Wright: 83, [mf 22;11], 94, [mf 24;587]
Latin American Architecture Since 1945: 75B, [mf 20;452] :
Modern Architecture in England [with essays by Hitchcock and Catherine K. Bauer]: 33, [mf 8;469]

general, 1935 July: General D, [mf 37;588]

lectures by,
"American Sources of Modern Architecture," The Museum of Modern Art, 1940 April: 38, [mf 9;966]
"Art and Architecture," Classical High School (Mass.), 1938 March: 33, [mf 8;491]

Hitler, Adolf

art collection, 1949 August: General P, [mf 40;429]
resemblance of his paintings to "modern primitivism" [illustrated article]: 36, [mf 9;295]

Holiday Carnival, 1950

General Y, [mf 43;2]
See also Children's Holiday Carnival

Hoffmeister, Adolf

See War Caricatures by Hoffmeister and Peel

Hofmann, Hans

Hans Hofmann [MoMA Exh. #727, 1963 September 11-December 1; C/E 63-1, 1964]: 115, [mf 29;344]
Hans Hofmann [MoMA Exh. cat.] by William C. Seitz, reviews: 125, [mf 33;274]
Hans Hofmann and His Students [C/E 62-5, 1962-65]: 119, [mf 30;517]

Homage to New York: a Self-Constructing and Self-Destroying Work of Art Conceived and Built by Jean Tinguely (Sculpture Garden) [MoMA Exh. #661, 1960 March 17]

71, [mf 17;582], 134, [mf 36;2]

A Home for U.N.O.: Must We Repeat the Geneva Fiasco? [MoMA Exh. #309, 1946 February 5-March 3]

64, [mf 16;503]

Homer, Ryder, and Eakins [MoMA Exh. #6, 1930 May 6-June 4]

1930 Clippings, [mf 1;247]; General B, [mf 37;209]

Hood, Caroline

lecture on Rockefeller Center and The Museum of Modern Art, 1941: General H, [mf 38;401]; General I, [mf 38;599]; General J, [mf 39;2]

Hopper, Edward

awarded Corcoran Medal, 1937 March: General F, [mf 38;2]
Edward Hopper: Retrospective Exhibition [MoMA Exh. #31, 1933 October 30-December 8]: 11, [mf 4;207]
"Edward Hopper: Alienation by Light," by Parker Tyler Magazine of Art (Washington, D.C.): 77, [mf 21;136]
See also Museum of Modern Art: Acquisitions; Recent American Woodcuts and Prints, by Marin, Hopper, and Weber

Horwitt, Nathan George

watch design, 1960: General W, [mf 42;263]; General Y, [mf 43;2]

House by Richard C. Wood, A [MoMA Exh. #30, 1933 October 3-October 27]

2, [mf 1;871]

House in the Museum Garden, The

designed by Marcel Breuer [MoMA Exh. #405, 1949 April 12-October 30] incl. photographs: 43I, [mf 12;2,F108], 48E, [mf 13;723]
Lamp Debate on designs for the House in the Museum Garden [MoMA Exh. #405, 1949] by Breuer-Heifeitz: 43I, [mf 12;2,108]

Houses and Housing: Industrial Arts [Exhs. #87-88, 1939 May 10-September 30; C/E 1939-40]

39, [mf 10;3,88,138]; General H, [mf 38;401]

Housing

"What is the Future of Housing? Wanted: An Adequate Housing Program," by Henry S. Churchill Shelter, 1938 March: General X, [mf 42;505]

Housing Exhibition [MoMA Exh. #34d, 1934 June-September 13]

2A, [mf 2;12]

How to Make a Photogram [MoMA Exh. #195, 1942 September 16-November 2]

43A, [mf 11;26]

Hoyt, Natalie

lecture on architecture at the Gardner Woman's Club (Mass.) 1957 March: General T, [mf 41;248]

Hughes, Martha Groomes ("Toni")

marriage to Lt. Nixon Griffis, 1943 October: General L, [mf 39;419]

Husted, James W.

elected to The Museum of Modern Art Board of Trustees, 1945 January 1: General M, [mf 39;637]

 

I-L

Index Title
If You Want to Build a House [Exh #304, 1946 January 8-January 30]

64, [mf 16;379]
If You Want to Build a House [MoMA Exh. cat.] by Elizabeth B. Mock, reviews: 64, [mf 16;379]

Ikeda, Masuo

The Prints of Masuo Ikeda [MoMA Exh. #771, 1965 August 10-September 19]: General V, [mf 42;222]

Image of Freedom [MoMA Exh. #155, 1941 October 29-1942 February 2; C/E 1942-45]

52, [mf 14;371]

Impressionism

The History of Impressionism by John Rewald, 1961, book reviews: 79, [mf 21;374], 94, [mf 24;587], 108, [mf 28;109]

In and Out of Focus: A Survey of Today's Photography [MoMA Exh. #373, 1948 April 6-July 11]

48D, [mf 13;548]
U.S. Camera Annual 1949, by T. J. Maloney,ed., [book reviews]: 48D, [mf 13;548]

Independent Citizens Committee

meeting at The Museum of Modern Art, 1945 April 15: General M, [mf 39;637]

Indian Art of the United States [MoMA Exh. #123, 1941 January 22-April 27; C/E 1941-42]

37A, [mf 9;360], 48, [mf 12;679]; General I, [mf 38;599]
fashion, influence on: 37A, [mf 9;360], 48, [mf 12;679]
"Indian Institute" sessions at The Museum of Modern Art: totem pole exhibited in Indian Art of the United States: 37A, [mf 9;360]
Native American war dances at The Museum of Modern Art, 1941: 37A, [mf 9;360]

Industrial Design

exhibitions, circulating exhibitions, general, 1943-52: General Q, [mf 40;666]
Golden Compass Award for industrial design received by The Museum of Modern Art, 1956 September 26: General T, [mf 41;354]
Industrial Design Competition at The Museum of Modern Art, furniture, fabrics, and lighting, incl. influence on Bloomingdale's designs and luncheon for Mexican and South American winners, 1940 August: 35C, [mf 9;2]
International Design Conference, 1953 June: General V, [mf 42;2]
Low-Cost Furniture Design Competition [MoMA Exh. #446, 1950]: General Q, [mf 40;666]
"The Relationship of Modern Art to Modern Industry," by Maxwell Simpson, Dun's Review p 18, 1938 April: General F, [mf 38;197]

Institute of American Affairs

450th Anniversary Celebration of Columbus Day, 1942 September: General K, [mf 39;202]

Institute of Modern Art, Boston, Massachusetts

name changed to Institute of Contemporary Art, 1948 February 16: General P, [mf 40;429]

Integrated Building: Kitchen, Bathroom, and Storage [MoMA Exh. #278, 1945 February 21-May 13]

43B, [mf 11;93]

Interior Decoration

"Modernist's Dilemma," Arts and Decoration, 1934 June 1 (p 18): General B, [mf 37;209]
Op Art, influence of: 128, [mf 34;2]

International Council of Contemporary Music festival

concert at The Museum of Modern Art, 1941: General J, [mf 39;2]

International Council of The Museum of Modern Art

131, [mf 35;110]
subjects include,
Art in Embassies, 1960-66

meetings,
1961 October, Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh
1962 October, the White House, Washington, D.C., with opening address by President John F. Kennedy
1963 May, New York
1964 April, Detroit
1964 November, New York
1965 April, San Francisco
1966 April, Fort Worth

new members announced, May 1958: John Hay Whitney, Ambassador to Great Britain; Amory Houghton, Ambassador to France; and James D. Zellerbach, Ambassador to Italy, May 1958
press release, 1958 January
UNESCO headquarters (Paris) main conference room planned and decorated by International Council, 1957 November
brochures, International Council, 1963-66, 1969: 88, [mf 23;573]
general: 1953-66: 131, [mf 35;110]: 1956, 1962: 120, [mf 31;118]

International Exhibition of Theatre Art [MoMA Exh. #33, 1934 January 15-February 25; C/E 1934-35, 1935-37]

12, [mf 4;465]; General D, [mf 37;588]

International Exhibition of Modern Architecture [C/E 1933]

General Z, [mf 43;257]

International Exhibition of Modern Art [ICE-F-47-60, Instituto de Arte Moderno, Buenos Aires, 1960]

100, [mf 26;234]

International Ladies' Garments Workers' Union (ILGWU)

reunion and symposium at The Museum of Modern Art, 1944 November: General L, [mf 39;419]

International Society for Contemporary Music

concerts at The Museum of Modern Art, 1941 April: General J, [mf 39;2]

International Sculpture Competition: The Unknown Political Prisoner [MoMA Exh. #529, 1953 January 27-February 8]

72, [mf 18;533]

Intimate World of Lyonel Feininger, The [MoMA Exh. #717, 1963 January 16-March 10; C/E 60-4, 1962-63]

103, [mf 26;768]

Introduction to Modern Painting, An [C/E 1940-45]

36, [mf 9;292]

Ipcar, Dahlov Zorach:
Creative Growth, Childhood to Maturity [MoMA Exh. #92, 1939 November 1-1940 January 5]

83A, [mf 22;370]

Iran

visit by Empress Farah of Iran to The Museum of Modern Art, 1962 April: General X, [mf 42;447]

Irving, Antoinette

marriage to Bernie Beck, 1951 June 23: General T, [mf 41;248]

Ishimoto, Yasuhiro

Lucien Clergue and Yasuhiro Ishimoto [C/E 61-49, 1962-65]: 119, [mf 30;445]

Italian Masters [MoMA Exh. #98, 1940 January 26-April 7]

41, [mf 10;411]; General H, [mf 38;401]
Italian Masters [MoMA Exh. cat.] Preface and catalog notes by Alfred H. Barr, Jr.: 41, [mf 10;595]
Garbo, Greta, previews Italian Masters: 41, [mf 10;434]
"The Woman's Page," discussion of fashion in Italian masterpieces by Adelaide Hawley, WABC [1940 January 27]: 41, [mf 10;455]
Italian masterpieces loaned to MoMA, 1956: General R, [mf 41;2]

Janis, Sidney (Advisory Committee)

opened gallery, 1948 September 20: General P, [mf 40;429]
They Taught Themselves by Janis, 1942, book review: General K, [mf 39;202]

Japanese Calligraphy

Japanese Calligraphy [MoMA Exh. #561, 1954 June 22-September 19]: 51, [mf 14;286]
"Modern Abstract Japanese Calligraphy" exhibition at the Contemporary Arts Museum (Tex.), 1958 June: 110, [mf 28;253]
"New Japanese 'Abstract Calligraphy,'" by Dore Ashton, Arts Digest [n.d.]: 135, [mf 36;659]

Japanese Exhibition House [MoMA Exh. #559, 1954 June 16-October 21, 1955 April 26-October 16]

74, [mf 19;466,521]
Japanese Exhibition House [MoMA Exh. cat.] by Arthur Drexler, 1954, reviews: 74, [mf 19;466,521]
and fashion photography: 74, [mf 19;637]

Japanese Household Objects [MoMA Exh. #475, 1951 April 17-June 18]

75A, [mf 20;383]

Japanese Vernacular Graphics [MoMA Exh. #687, 1961 June 3-July 16]

49, [mf 13;910]

"Jazz" by Henri Matisse [MoMA Exh. #667, 1960 June 17-September 19; C/E 60-7, 1961-63]

46, [mf 12;435,443]

Jeanneret, Charles-Édouard

See Le Corbusier

Jewell, Edward Alden

"Museum Without A Director" [re: Alfred H. Barr, Jr.], by Edward Alden Jewell, The New York Times, 1944 January 30: General L, [mf 39;475]

Johns, Jasper

Sixteen Americans [MoMA Exh. #656, 1960 December 16-February 17]: 35D, [mf 9;174]

Johnson, Philip C.

1 TLS PJ-Yasha Heifetz (The Heifetz Company), 1951 June 8: 37B, [mf 9;594]

book by, Mies van der Rohe, 1947, reviews: 69, [mf 17;413]
general articles, 1964: 123, [mf 32;92]
Glass House, 1949: General T, [mf 41;248]
Guest House, East 52nd Street, 1950 August: General T, [mf 41;248]

lectures by,
"The End of Functionalism," Detroit Institute of Arts, 1951 October 31: General T, [mf 41;248]
"Hieratic Aspects of Architectural Design," Yale University, New Haven, 1950 February: General T, [mf 41;248]
"Painting Toward Architecture," Texas Contemporary Arts Museum exhibition material, 1950 January 8: General T, [mf 41;248]
"Trend of Design," Boston, 1950 January: General T, [mf 41;248]
at Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, 1933: General Z, [mf 43;257]
visiting critic program, Yale University, New Haven, 1950 December: General T, [mf 41;248]
"Your House and What to Do About It," series at Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, 1951 March: General T, [mf 41;248]
de Menil House, Houston, 1950: General T, [mf 41;248]
"The Mies-less Johnson," by William H. Jordy, Architectural Forum, 1959 September: 101, [mf 26;334]
Museum of Modern Art, design of east wing for, 1964: 80, [mf 21;568]
resignation from The Museum of Modern Art, 1934 December: General D, [mf 37;588]
textile design, 1950: General T, [mf 41;289]
Elsie de Wolfe Award of the American Institute of Interior Designers, recipient, 1965 May: 123, [mf 32;92]
See also Museum of Modern Art: Acquisitions [Dix]

Jones, Joseph

articles on, 1938 September 11: General G, [mf 38;207]: 1938 October 2: General G, [mf 38;207]
exhibition, sponsored by the Junior League, Pittsburgh, 1936 April: 24, [mf 7;1]

Jones, Robert Edmund

Stage Design by Robert Edmund Jones [MoMA Exh. #285, 1945 April 11-June 24]: 43B, [mf 11;219]

Junior Council of The Museum of Modern Art

Art Lending Service, 1963: 120, [mf 31;131]
Benefit Dance, 1965: 125, [mf 33;227]
general, 1956, 1962: 120, [mf 31;118]
general and articles re: Dance, 1964-65: 116, [mf 29;549]
Guide to Modern Art in Europe, Jr. Council with Pan Am Airways, Dolores B. Lamanna, ed., (Doubleday & Co.), book reviews: 116, [mf 29;499]
sponsorship of, lecture series on the Museum collections at The Museum of Modern Art, 1965 February: 125, [mf 33;227]
Poetry Evening at The Museum of Modern Art; new poets presented by Marianne Moore and W. H. Auden, 1953 May 13: General T, [mf 41;248]

Junior League

Alfred H. Barr, Jr., juror, Pittsburgh Junior League Art Exhibition, 1938 May: General G, [mf 38;207]
general, 1933-34: General B, [mf 37;209]
sponsor, charity art show, 1933 November: General B, [mf 37;209]
sponsor, First Annual Photography Exhibition, 1936 February: General E, [mf 37;740]
sponsor, lecture series, "Flowers in Relation to Art," 1938: General G, [mf 38;207]

Junyer, Joan

Free-Standing Painting, shown in The Museum of Modern Art Sculpture Garden, 1957 July: General T, [mf 41;248]
Stage Designs by Joan Junyer [MoMA Exh. #292, 1945 July 10-September 17]: 48B, [mf 13;335]

Kahn, Louis I.

Richards Medical Research Building - Louis I. Kahn, Architect [MoMA Exh. #688, 1961 June 6-July 16]: 49, [mf 13;913]

Kandinsky, Wassily

Kandinsky Murals [MoMA Exh. #603, 1956 May 23-August 5]: 75, [mf 20;24]
"Milestones in Modern Art - Two Compositions by Wassily Kandinsky," by Eliot Clark Studio (London), 1958 March: 105, [mf 27;459]
obituary, 1944 December 19: General L, [mf 39;419]

Kane, John

articles, 1931: 1, [mf 1;306]
articles, 1934 July: General B, [mf 37;209]
obituary, 1934: General C, [mf 37;410]
See also Museum of Modern Art: Acquisitions

Kanzler, Mrs. Ernest

efforts on behalf of the Membership Committee, 1939: General G, [mf 38;207]

Katchadourian, Sarkis

obituary, 1947 March 3: General O, [mf 40;210]

Kauffer, E. McKnight

Posters by E. McKnight Kauffer [MoMA Exh. #59, 1937 February 10-March 7; C/E 1937-39]: 33, [mf 8;413]

Kaufmann, Edgar J., Jr.

appointed Director of Department of Industrial Design: General Q, [mf 40;666]

articles by,
"Ten Tests of Good Modern Design," Retailing (New York), 1947 August 7: General Q, [mf 40;698]
"The Violent Art of Hanging Pictures," Magazine of Art, 1946 March (p 108): General Q, [mf 40;689]

lecture by,
"New Design Trends in Home Furnishings,"1948 October: 89, [mf 23;590]

speaker,
"Is Ornamentation Good Design?," symposium sponsored by Tunin Council, 1953 March 4: General T, [mf 41;248]
What is Modern Design? by Kaufmann, 1950, reviews: 99, [mf 25;626]

Keck, Caroline and Sheldon

lecture series for artists, "Media and Methods," 1961 February: 100, [mf 26;2]

Kelekian, Dikran G.

art collection at auction, 1935 January: General D, [mf 37;588]

Kennan, George F.

address to The International Council at The Museum of Modern Art, May 1956: 131, [mf 35;110]

Kertész, André

André Kertész [MoMA Exh. #753, 1964 November 24-1965 January 28; C/E 65-1, 1965-67): 136, [mf 37;139]

Kiesler, Frederick J.

Two Houses: New Ways to Build [MoMA Exh. #518, 1952 August 26-October 13], article, 1958 February: General Y, [mf 43;2]

King, Elaine B. (Assistant to Publicity Director)

marriage to Clarence Flarsheim, 1947 November: General P, [mf 40;429]

Kingman, Don

article, 1945 November 13: General M, [mf 39;637]

Kirstein, Lincoln

article by, "The State of Modern Painting," Harper's Magazine, 1948 October: 77, [mf 21;117]

books by,
American Battle Painting 1776-1913 [MoMA Exh. cat.], 1944, reviews: 61, [mf 15;894]
Walker Evans: American Photographs [MoMA Exh. cat.], 1962, reviews: 93, [mf 24;478]

gifts to The Museum of Modern Art, 1940 March: 44, [mf 12;172]
photograph with caption, 1947 May: General O, [mf 40;210 ]

Klee, Paul

general: 1940 October 12: General I, [mf 38;599]: 1963: 134, [mf 36;2]
in Dessau, 1960 February: 97, [mf 25;406]
Paul Klee by Alfred H. Barr, Jr., James Johnson Sweeney, and Julia and Lyonel Feininger, 1941, book reviews: 94, [mf 24;587]
Paul Klee [MoMA Exh. #433, 1949 December 20-1950 February 19; C/E 1949-50]: 76, [mf 20;631]
Paul Klee [MoMA Exh. cat.], Margaret Miller, ed., 1949, reviews: 6, [mf 20;631]
obituary, 1940 July: General H, [mf 38;401]; General I, [mf 38;599]
Prints by Paul Klee [MoMA Exh. #564, 1954 July 7-September 19]: General Y, [mf 43;2]

Kleiner, Arthur (Museum of Modern Art musicographer)

article, 1949 October: General T, [mf 41;248]
articles, 1961: 101, [mf 26;356]

Knapp, Dee

article, 1950 April: General T, [mf 41;248]

Kokoschka, Oskar

Oskar Kokoschka [MoMA Exh. #415, 1949 July 19-October 4]: 71C, [mf 18;120]
Oskar Kokoscha [MoMA Exh. cat.], James Plant, ed., reviews: 71C, [mf 18;148]

Kollwitz, Kaethe

articles, 1941 September 14: General J, [mf 39;2]

Kootz, Samuel M.

opening at Fiegl Gallery, 1945 May: General M, [mf 39;637]

Kricke, Norbert

Norbert Kricke [MoMA Exh. #681, 1961 March 1-April 12]: 46, [mf 12;443]

Kuniyoshi, Yasuo

article on Kuniyoshi opening at The Museum of Modern Art, 1939 February 6: General G, [mf 38;207]
Kuniyoshi and Spencer [MoMA Exh. #538, 1953 June 23-October 4]: 120, [mf 31;143]

Kupka, Frantisek (Frank)

"Kupka: Innovator of the Abstract International Style," by Lillian Lonngren, Art News, 1957 November: 105, [mf 27;307]

Lachaise, Gaston

article, 1937: General F, [mf 38;2]
Gaston Lachaise: Retrospective Exhibition [MoMA Exh. #38, 1935 January 28-March 7]: 6, [mf 5;245], 17, [mf 5;288]
Gaston Lachaise [C/E 62-11, 1963-64]: 112, [mf 28;687]
New Acquisitions: Lachaise Torso; Prints [MoMA Exh. #34f, 1934 July 11-September 13]: 12A, [mf 4;723]
obituary, 1936: 17, [mf 5;319]; General E, [mf 37;740]
See also Museum of Modern Art: Acquisitions

La Farge, Oliver (President, American Association on Indian Affairs)

efforts to save Indian lands: 37A, [mf 9;361]

de La Fresnaye, Roger

biography by Patricia Boyd Wilson, Christian Science Monitor (Boston), 1964 November 10: 117, [mf 30;295]
See also Museum of Modern Art: Acquisitions

LaGuardia, Fiorello

plans for municipal art center, 1935 December: General E, [mf 37;740]

Lamb Wedge-Lock Handle [MoMA Exh. #371, 1948 March 2-April 16]

48D, [mf 13;542]

Lamps

See Design

Language of the Wall (Graffiti) [MoMA Exh. #608, 1956 October 24-1957 January 13]

78, [mf 21;216]

Large Scale Modern Paintings [MoMA Exh. #346, 1947 April 1-May 4]

42, [mf 10;699]

Lartigue, Jacques-Henri:
Photographs by Lartigue [MoMA Exh. #725, 1963 July 1-November 3; C/E 63-16, 1964-66]

115, [mf 29;326]

Last Works of Matisse: Large Cut Gouaches, The [Exh #696, 1961 October 8-December 4]

43F, [mf 11;594]

Latin America

articles, 1941-43: General J, [mf 39;167]

Latin American Architecture Since 1945 [MoMA Exh. #590, 1955 November 23-1956 February 19]

75B, [mf 20;444]
Latin American Architecture Since 1945 [MoMA Exh. cat.] by Henry-Russell Hitchcock, reviews: 75B, [mf 20;452]

Latin-American Collection of The Museum of Modern Art, The [MoMA Exh. #224, 1943 March 31-June 6]

2E, [mf 2;491]

Lauterer, Arch:
Scenic Design by Arch Lauterer [MoMA Exh. #327, 1946 August 27-November 7]

43C, [mf 11;296], 83, [mf 22;174]

Lawrence, Jacob

Paintings by Jacob Lawrence [MoMA Exh. #262, 1944 October 10-November 5]: 61, [mf 15;896]

Le Corbusier (Charles-Édouard Jeanneret)

"How Le Corbusier Beheld Us," by Nathan Straus [review of When the Cathedrals Were White, a Journey to the Country of the Third People by Le Corbusier), 1947 March 16: 83, [mf 22;113]
Le Corbusier: Architecture, Painting, Design [MoMA Exh. #481, 1951 July 3-August 12]: 72C, [mf 19;20]
Le Corbusier: Buildings in Europe and India [MoMA Exh. #718, 1963 January 29-April 15]: 103, [mf 26;796]; General V, [mf 42;245]
profile by Geoffrey T. Hellman, The New Yorker, 1947 May 3 (p 36): General O, [mf 40;210]
The Recent Work of Le Corbusier [MoMA Exh. #43, 1935 October 24-October 31]: 2A, [mf 2;64]
See also Niemeyer, Oskar

League of Composers

Castro, 1941: General J, [mf 39;2]. 1942: General K, [mf 39;202]
concerts: 1939 December: General H, [mf 38;401]
1942-1943: General J, [mf 39;2]; General K, [mf 39;202]
1942 February: General J, [mf 39;2]
1948 February 8, March 14: General P, [mf 40;429]
concerts in honor of Milhaud, 1940 November: General I, [mf 38;599]
1946 December 31: General N, [mf 40;2]
1947 January 3: General O, [mf 40;210]
Serge Koussevitzky Foundation, 1947 January 12: General O, [mf 40;210]
See also Concerts

Lebduska, Lawrence

article, 1943: General K, [mf 39;202]
Masters of Popular Painting: Modern Primitives of Europe and America [MoMA Exh. #76, 1938 April 27-July 24; C/E 1938-39]: 36, [mf 9;306]

Lebrun: Crucifixion [MoMA Exh. #471, 1951 February 27-April 15]

75A, [mf 20;326]

Lectures

"Salvador Dalí and His Background," by Kenneth Donahue, 1941: General J, [mf 39;2]
"Design in Painting," by Gregory D. Ivy, Woman's College, University of North Carolina, 1936: General E, [mf 37;740]
"Economics, Art, and the Environment," at The Museum of Modern Art by John K. Galbraith, 1960 February: 108, [mf 28;14]
"Film Approach to Art, The" at The Museum of Modern Art, 1952 April 8: General T, [mf 41;248]
"Flowers in Painting, of the Classical and Modern Schools," by Mrs. Cornelius Sullivan, 1939: General G, [mf 38;207]
general,
1929-56: General Z, [mf 43;257]
1934: General C, [mf 37;410]
1938-39: General G, [mf 38;207]
1939-40: General H, [mf 38;401]
1940-41: General I, [mf 38;599]
1941-43: General J, [mf 39;2]
1944-46: General N, [mf 40;2]
1947-49, 1950, 1951: General P, [mf 40;429]
1947-60: General T, [mf 41;248]
1952-67: General W, [mf 42;263]
Museum of Modern Art Lecture Program, 1969: 120, [mf 31;131]
on Maillol by John Rewald, 1941: General J, [mf 39;2]
"Media and Methods," lecture series for artists by Caroline and Sheldon Keck, 1961 February: 100, [mf 26;2]
"Joan Miró and His Background," by Ruth Olson, 1941: General J, [mf 39;2]

Modern Art, Architecture, and Design
incl. Walter Gropius: "Education Toward Creative Design,"
Victor D'Amico: "Why Children Like Modern Art,"
John McAndrew: "What is Functionalism?,"
1939 January: General G, [mf 38;207]

Modern French and German art, 1933 : General Z, [mf 43;257]
"Music and the Movies," at The Museum of Modern Art. First Lecture by Sigmund Spaeth, Chairman, Motion Picture Review of: National Federation of Movie Clubs, 1945 February 25, March 4, March 25: General M, [mf 39;637]
"The Poetic Element: Documentary Film in the Television Age," by John Grierson, 1962 April: General Y, [mf 43;2]
"Related Arts of Today," presented by the Junior Council at The Museum of Modern Art: "Robert Flaherty," lecture by John Houseman [incl. Richard Griffith, Lillian Gish, Alfred H. Barr, Jr.]: General T, [mf 41;248]
"Sculpture and How it is Done," at The Museum of Modern Art, by William Zorach, 1945 December 4, for the Artists Overseas Aid Association: General M, [mf 39;637]
"The Spiritual Role of Contemporary Art," at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1950: General T, [mf 41;248]
"Stimuli for Design" series, incl. "Creative Ideas in Modern Art" and "Looking Backward to Tomorrow" sponsored by the Society of New York Dress Designers, at The Museum of Modern Art by A. L. Chanin, 1950: General T, [mf 41;374]
Three Lectures on Modern Art (one lecture on James Johnson Sweeney), 1950, book review: General T, [mf 41;372]
"Toward Abstraction," by Edward Steichen, 1962 February: General W, [mf 42;263]
"Traditional Religion and Contemporary Art," by Edgar Wind [re: MoMA Rouault exh.], 1953 April: General T, [mf 41;248]
"The Visual Nature of the Film" series by Slavko Vorkapich, The Museum of Modern Art, 1965: 136, [mf 37;174]
See also individual entries; Museum of Modern Art: Gallery Talks

Léger, Fernand

Composition with Two Parrots [unnumbered MoMA Exh., 1941]: 48, [mf 12;672]
Léger [MoMA Exh. #545, 1953 October 20-1954 January 3]: 72A, [mf 18;711]
"Fernand Léger: Inventor of Cubism," by Jean Cassou, Art News, 1949 November: 77, [mf 21;164]
Léger Memorial [MoMA Exh. #582, 1955 August 19-September 30]: 37E, [mf 9;774]
Fernand Léger in the Museum Collection [MoMA Exh. #676, 1960 November 16-1961 January 2]: 46, [mf 12;377]
Fernand Léger: Paintings and Drawings [MoMA Exh. #42a, 1935 September 30-October 24]: 2A, [mf 2;51], 22, [mf 6;564]
exhibition reviews: General D, [mf 37;588]
lecture at The Museum of Modern Art, 1935 December: 22, [mf 6;573]
obituary, 1955 August: 37E, [mf 9;775]
See also Museum of Modern Art: Acquisitions

Lehmbruck, Wilhelm:
The Standing Youth

exhibited at The Museum of Modern Art, 1933 November: General B, [mf 37;209]

Lesson of War Housing, The [MoMA Exh. #274, 1945 January 16-March 4]

43B, [mf 11;78]; 59, [mf 15;611]

Lettering by Hand [MoMA Exh. #714, 1962 November 6-1963 January 6]

72B, [mf 18;843], 116, [mf 29;466]

Levine, Joseph E.

See Museum of Modern Art: Acquisitions

Levine, Mrs. Joseph E.

See Museum of Modern Art: Acquisitions [Gris]

Levitt, Helen

Helen Levitt: Photos of Children [MoMA Exh. #221, 1943 March 10-April 18]: 2E, [mf 2;473]
"Three Photographers in Color," lecture by William Garnett, Levitt, Roman Vishniac, 1963 March: General W, [mf 42;263]

Levy, M/M David M. and Adele R.

article, 1949 March 27: General P, [mf 40;429]
elected to The Museum of Modern Art Board of Trustees, 1940 June 15: General H, [mf 38;401]
elected Treasurer of The Museum of Modern Art, 1943 January 15: General K, [mf 39;202]
The Mrs. Adele R. Levy Collection - A Memorial Exhibition [MoMA Exh. #689, 1961 June 9-July 16]: 49, [mf 13;928]
Adele R. Levy Fund, Inc.: donation of works to The Museum of Modern Art, 1962 June 10: 134, [mf 36;2]
profile, 1945 December 3: General M, [mf 39;637]

Levy, Julien

general: 86, [mf 23;2]
quote from NYC American Artist, 1947 March: General O, [mf 40;210]
See also Broadcast

Lewisohn, Elizabeth

engagement to Julian Eisenstein, 1947 October 2: General P, [mf 40;429]

Lewisohn, Margaret Seligman (Mrs. Samuel A.)

article, 1941 November 19: General J, [mf 39;2]
profile, 1945 February: General M, [mf 39;637]

Lewisohn, Samuel A.

See Broadcast

Liberman, Alexander

The Artist in His Studio - Photographs by Alexander Liberman [MoMA Exh. #653, 1959 October 29-1960 January 13, C/E 59-8, 1960-64]: 82, [mf 21;870], 119, [mf 30;630]

Liebe, Dorothy

teacher, Navajo Indians, designs and crafts, 1952 May: General V, [mf 42;2]

Lieberman, William S.

article, 1951 October 21: General T, [mf 41;248]

books by,
Edvard Munch: A Selection of His Prints from American Collections, 1957: 78, [mf 21;287]
[intro. in] Etchings by Matisse [MoMA Exh. cat.],1955: 37E, [mf 9;706]
judge at Florida State University's First Annual Lithography Exhibition, 1964 January: 123, [mf 32;92]

Lindburgh, Charles

See Museum of Modern Art: Acquisitions [Rockefeller]

Lipchitz, Jacques

Lipchitz: Bronze Sketches, 1912-1962 [C/E 63-4, 1963-64]: 112, [mf 28;654], 119, [mf 30;630]
The Sculpture of Jacques Lipchitz [MoMA Exh. #558, 1954 May 18-August 1]: 56A, [mf 15;149], 74, [mf 19;469]
The Sculpture of Jacquest Lipchitz [MoMA Exh. cat.] by Andrew C. Ritchie, reviews: 71A, [mf 17;715]
See also Museum of Modern Art: Acquisitions

Lippold, Richard

See Museum of Modern Art: Acquisitions

Lobmeyer Glass [MoMA Exh. #407, 1949 April 26-July 4]

71C, [mf 18;11]

Loeb, John L.

elected to The Museum of Modern Art Board of Trustees, 1962 April: 101, [mf 26;299]

Look at Your Neighborhood [C/E 1944-50]

43B, [mf 11;78]

Lord & Taylor

American Design Awards, 1948 April 23: General P, [mf 40;429]
Benefit Fashion Show, 1960 September 27: 107, [mf 27;601]

Lubetkin, Berthold

reception in his honor given by the The Museum of Modern Art Architecture Committee, 1936 October: General X, [mf 42;447]

Lustig, Alvin

Two Graphic Designers: Bruno Munari and Alvin Lustig [MoMA Exh. #587, 1955 October 18-November 27]: 75B, [mf 20;429]

Lye, Len

"A New Bent for Sculpture," by George Balasses, Steelways, 1964 May: 117, [mf 30;236]

Lytle, Richard

article, 1960 February 27: General Y, [mf 43;2]

 

M-P

Index Title
Mabry, Thomas Dabney

appointed Executive Director, The Museum of Modern Art, 1935 February: General D, [mf 37;588]
article, 1939: General G, [mf 38;207]
resignation from The Museum of Modern Art, 1939 August 1: General G, [mf 38;207]; General H, [mf 38;401]
See also Broadcast

Machine Art [MoMA Exh. #34, 1934 March 5-April 29, C/E 1934-38]

12, [mf 4;651], 13, [mf 4;756]

Machine Art: Modern Interiors [MoMA Exh. #109; 1940 October 3-November 2]

83A, [mf 22;403]

MacIver, Loren

article, 1948 December: General P, [mf 40;429]
biography, 1948 December: 77, [mf 21;136]
exhibition at XXXI Venice Biennale, 1962 November: General X, [mf 42;447]
Loren MacIver Mural Paintings [MoMA Exh. #380, 1948 July 8-September 28]: 43E, [mf 11;485]
Pictorial Quiz (for eight books): 48A, [mf 13;126]

MacLeish, Archibald

1940 June 15: elected to The Museum of Modern Art Board of Trustees: General H, [mf 38;401]

Made in New York State - Drawings and Watercolors from The Museum of Modern Art [C/E 59-2, 1959-60]

99, [mf 25;583]

Magazine Cover Competition: Women in Necessary Civilian Employment [MoMA Exh. #241, 1943 September 3-September 26]

59, [mf 15;555]

Magritte, René

René Magritte - Yves Tanguy [C/E 61-10, 1961-62]: 119, [mf 30;478]

Maillart, Robert

Robert Maillart: Engineer [MoMA Exh. #353, 1947 June 24-October 13]: 69, [mf 17;378]

Maillol, Aristide

article, 1937: General F, [mf 38;2]
lecture by John Rewald, 1941: General J, [mf 39;2]
See also Museum of Modern Art: Acquisitions

Mallary, Robert

Sixteen Americans [MoMA Exh. #656, 1960 December 16-February 17]: 35D, [mf 9;174]
See also Museum of Modern Art: Acquisitions

Mallet, Alice

marriage announcement, 1936 August: General E , [mf 37;740]

Manufacturers Advisory Committee

established, 1948 May 23: General Q, [mf 40;666]

Manzaanar: Photographs by Ansel Adams of Loyal Japanese-American Relocation Center [MoMA Exh. #265, 1944 November 19-December 24]

59, [mf 15;606]

Marin, John

John Marin: Watercolors, Oil Paintings, Etchings [MoMA Exh. #54, 1936 October 19-November 22]: 27, [mf 7;372]
Memorial Exhibition [unnumbered MoMA Exh.] and general, 1953: 27, [mf 7;423]

Marines Under Fire [MoMA Exh. #245, 1943 November 17-1944 February 6]

59, [mf 15;569]

Marini, Marino

The Miracle exhibited at The Museum of Modern Art, 1969 July 1: 134, [mf 36;2]

Martin, Fletcher

appointed head instructor of the Kansas City Art Institute: General J, [mf 39;2]
articles, 1940 October, November: General I, [mf 38;599]
articles, 1942: General K, [mf 39;202]
"N.Y.'s Museum of Modern Art Contains Work by Fletcher Martin," Boise Capital News, 1939 July 19: General G, [mf 38;390]
See also Museum of Modern Art: Acquisitions

Martins, Maria

acquisition of work, by Nelson A. Rockefeller: 86, [mf 23;2]
at dinner party of Mr. and Mrs. John Wiley: 86, [mf 23;2]
at Toscanini concert: 86, [mf 23;2]
article, 1941: General J, [mf 39;2]

Massine, Leonide

collection shown at Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, 1935 May: General D, [mf 37;588]

Masson, André

article, 1942: General J, [mf 39;2]

Master Prints from the Museum Collection [MoMA Exh. #410, 1949 May 10-July 10]

71C, [mf 18;16]

Masters of British Painting 1800-1950 [MoMA Exh. #607, 1956 October 3-December 2]

75, [mf 20;195]
Masters of British Painting 1800-1950 [MoMA Exh. cat.] by Andrew Carnduff Ritchie, reviews: 75, [mf 20;195]

Masters of Popular Painting: Modern Primitives of Europe and America [MoMA Exh. #76, 1938 May 24-July 31; C/E 1938-39]

36, [mf 9;214, 292]

Masterworks Acquired Through the Mrs. Simon Guggenheim Fund [MoMA Exh. #500, 1952 January 29-March 23]

11A, [mf 4;362]

Mataré, Ewald

Cow exhibited at the Society of Arts and Crafts, Detroit: 19, [mf 5;402]

Matisse, Henri

books on,
Etchings by Matisse, Introduction by William S. Lieberman, 1935, reviews: 37E, [mf 9;706]
Matisse: His Art and His Public by Alfred H. Barr, Jr., 1951, reviews: 87, [mf 23;389]

informal memorial service, 1961 November: General Y, [mf 43;2]
"Jazz" by Henri Matisse [MoMA Exh. #667, 1960 June 17-September 19; C/E 60-7, 1961-63]: 46, [mf 12;435,443]
The Last Works of Matisse: Large Cut Gouaches [Exh #696, 1961 October 8-December 4]: 43F, [mf 11;594] Henri Matisse [MoMA Exh. #13, 1931 November 3-December 6]: 7A, [mf 3;494]
Matisse [MoMA Exh. #492, 1951 November 13-1952 January 13]: 87, [mf 23;250]
installation photos of Matisse exhibition at the Los Angeles Municipal Art Department: 77, [mf 23;250]
Matisse Chasubles [MoMA Exh. #595, 1955 December 20-1956 January 15]: 75B, [mf 20;509]
Print Gift of Victor S. Riesenfeld and Matisse: "Jazz": Gift of the Artist [MoMA Exh. #387, 1948 October 1-October 31]: 86, [mf 23;2]
Prints of Henri Matisse [MoMA Exh. #605, 1956 October 3-December 2; C/E 1956-58]: 75, [mf 20;81]
World War II departure from France, 1940: 40, [mf 10;364]
See also Museum of Modern Art, Acquisitions

Matta (Sebastian Antonio Matta Echaurren)

Matta [MoMA Exh. #620, 1957 September 11-October 20]: 65, [mf 16;512]

Mayer, Grace M.

named Curator of the Department of Photography at The Museum of Modern Art by Mrs. John D. (Blanchette) Rockefeller III: 101, [mf 26;299]

Maynard, Carolyn

marriage to H. William Snell, 1938 February: General F, [mf 38;2]

McAndrew, John

Guide to Modern Architecture: Northeast States, McAndrew, ed.: 94, [mf 24;587]
Fogg Art Museum fellowship award to study modern Mexican art, 1942 : 83, [mf 22;11]

lectures by,
general, 1939: General X, [mf 42;513]
"American Tradition": 83, [mf 22;2]
"Mexican Colonial Architecture," for Pan-American Committee of Worcester, Massachusetts [then art history professor, Wellesley College], 1945 March 18: General M, [mf 39;637]
"Old Monasteries and Churches of Mexico," 1946 December: General N, [mf 40;2]

McAndrew, William

obituary, 1937 May: 33, [mf 8;509]

McCray, Porter A.

Deputy Director of Office of Visual Information, Cooperative Administration, on leave of absence from The Museum of Modern Art, 1951 January 11: General T, [mf 41;248]
elected to The Museum of Modern Art Board of Trustees, 1957 December: 131, [mf 35;110]
"Virginian Porter A. McCray is Nation's Top Artlender," by Sue Dickinson, Times Dispatch, 1961 September 24: 101, [mf 26;352]

Meatcutters Union

article re: The Kiss and Two Men by Joseph Hirsch, 1941 July 16: General J, [mf 39;2]

Mechau, Frank

Guggenheim Memorial Foundation fellowship recipient, 1938: General F, [mf 38;2]

Méliès, Georges

Georges Méliès: a Film Pioneer [MoMA Exh. #89, 1939 May 10-September 30; C/E 1941]: 39, [mf 10;2, 88, 135]

Mellon, Gertrud A.

"Museum Housekeeper Mrs. Mellon Keeps Busy," The Cincinnati Enquirer, 1959 June 18: 105, [mf 27;273]

Memorial Exhibition: the Collection of the late Lillie P. Bliss [MoMA Exh. #12, 1931 May 17-October 6]

8, [mf 3;644]

Mendelsohn, Eric

Architecture of Eric Mendelsohn, 1914-1940 [MoMA Exh. #159, 1941 November 26-1942 January 4]: 52, [mf 14;476]

de Menil, John

elected to The Museum of Modern Art Board of Trustees, 1962 July: 101, [mf 26;299]
Menjou, Adolphe and Teasdale, Verce visit to The Museum of Modern Art, 1939 September 18: General H, [mf 38;401]

Metro Gate from Paris exhibited at The Museum of Modern Art for Twentieth Century Design [MoMA Exh. #637, 1958-1959]

37C, [mf 9;596]

Metropolitan Museum of Art, The

"Artists for Victory," exhibition, 1943: General K, [mf 39;202]
five-year pact with The Museum of Modern Art for purchasing, 1947 October: General O, [mf 40;210]; General P, [mf 40;429]

Mexican Art

article, 1947 September 28: General O, [mf 40;210]
exhibition on Wall Street: General B, [mf 37;209]
general, 1940: 45, [mf 12;241]

Mexican Music [MoMA Exh. #106c, 1940 May 15-September 30]

45, [mf 12;322]

MGM Silver Anniversary Film Award

presented to The Museum of Modern Art, 1949 July 9: General P, [mf 40;429]

Midwestern College Association

meeting on art education, Andrew C. Ritchie, speaker, 1949 November: General P, [mf 40;429]

Miller, Dorothy C.

articles about,
1935-366: General E, [mf 37;740]: 1957 October 11: General T, [mf 41;248]

books by,
Americans 1942: 8 Artists from 9 States [MoMA Exh. cat.], Miller, ed.: 55, [mf 14;733]
Twelve Americans [MoMA Exh. cat.], Miller, ed.: 75, [mf 20;43]
Broadcast, CBS, "Americans at Work," 1939 October 23: General H, [mf 38;401]

juror, Life Magazine art competition for Armed Forces troops, 1942 March: General K, [mf 39;202]; General J, [mf 39;2]
juror, Michigan Artists Exhibition, 1951 November 13 (article, 1951 September 23): General T, [mf 41;248]
re: trip to West Coast with Holger C. Cahill, 1951 November 25: General T, [mf 41;248]
See also Broadcast

Miller, Kenneth Hayes

article, [1938]: General B, [mf 37;209]

Joe Milone's Shoe Shine Stand [MoMA Exh. #212, 1942 December 22-1943 January 19]

60, [mf 15;708]

Miró, Joan

Joan Miró [MoMA Exh. #157, 1941 November 19-1942 January 11]: 52, [mf 14;415]
Joan Miró [MoMA Exh. cat.] James Johnson Sweeney and James Thrall Soby, eds.: 52, [mf 14;415]
Joan Miró [MoMA Exh. #641, 1959 March 19-May 10]: 71E, [mf 18;302]
Miró Mural [MoMA Exh. #370, 1948 March 2-April 4]: 48D, [mf 13;535]
" Catalan Landscape (The Hunter)," by Eliot Clark, Studio (London), 1957 September: General R, [mf 41;176]
lecture, "Joan Miró and His Background," by Ruth Olson, 1941: General J, [mf 39;2]
"Miró's Magic World," by W. T. Oliver, Yorkshire Post, 1964 July 28: 117, [mf 30;272]
See also Three Painters as Printmakers: Braque, Miró, Morandi

Mitchell, Joan

biography, 1960 May 2: 97, [mf 25;449]

Model, Lisette

See Photographs by Bill Brandt, Harry Callahan, Ted Croner, Lisette Model

Modern Allegories [MoMA Exh. #693, 1962 August 19-January 30]

43D, [mf 11;371]

Modern American Dance [MoMA Exh. #283, 1945 March 28-29 April]

43B, [mf 11;141]

Modern American Drawings, 1962

131, [mf 35;110]

Modern Architecture for the Modern School [MoMA Exh. #194, 1942 September 16-September 30; C/E 1942-46]

43A, [mf 11;26]

Modern Architecture in California [C/E 1935-39]

General G, [mf 38;207]

Modern Architecture in England [MoMA Exh. #58, 1937 February 10-March 7; C/E 1937-39]

30A, [mf 8;81], 33, [mf 8;413]
Modern Architecture in England [MoMA Exh. cat.] with essays by Henry-Russell Hitchcock, Jr., and Catherine K. Bauer, reviews: 33, [mf 8;413]

Modern Architecture: International Exhibition [MoMA Exh. #15, 1932 February 9-March 23]

2, [mf 1;478]; General Z, [mf 43;257]

Modern Architecture, U.S.A [MoMA Exh. #767a, 1965 May 18-July 6]

127, [mf 33;797]; General W, [mf 42;263]

Modern Art and Artists

general,
articles: 1929: General Y, [mf 43;2]
1929-56: General Z, [mf 43;257]
1932-34: General B, [mf 37;209]
1932-64: General X, [mf 42;447]
1934: General C, [mf 37;410]
1935: General D, [mf 37;588]
1935-36: General E, [mf 37;740]
1937-38: General F, [mf 38;2]
1939-40: General H, [mf 38;401]
1940-41: General I, [mf 38;599]
1 1941-43: General J, [mf 39;2]
1942-46: General K, [mf 39;202]
1 1943-44: General L, [mf 39;419]
1944-46: General N, [mf 40;2]
1946-47 : General O, [mf 40;210]
1947-49, 1950, 1951: General P, [mf 40;429]
1947-60: General T, [mf 41;248]
1950-59: General R, [mf 41;2]
1950-65: General Y, [mf 43;2]
1952-67: General W, [mf 42;263]
1954 [on modern art only]: General V, [mf 42;2]
1956-64: 135, [mf 36;472]
1957-58: 105, [mf 27;417]

"A Challenging View of Modern Art," by Thomas Craven, The New York Times, 1934 May 20: General B, [mf 37;363]
"Art in the Stroke of a Pen," The New York Times, 1964 July 26: 117, [mf 30;261]
"Art: Something for Everybody," by Aline Saarinen The New York Times, 1956 April 29: General R, [mf 41;44]
"Challenge and Promise: Modern Art and Society," Magazine of Art, 1948 November: 77, [mf 21;78]
"Contemporary Art: An Act of Faith Without Promise of Reward," by Robert W. Regier, Mennonite Life, 1965 January: 117, [mf 30;329]
"The Creative Act" [editorial column], by Marcel Duchamp, Art News, 1957 Summer: General R, [mf 41;113]
criticism of modern art by John Canaday, 1961 February: 99, [mf 25;683]
"The Drip and Dribble Schools Debase Present-day Art...," by A. Conger Goodyear, Buffalo News, 1959 November 5: 105, [mf 27;278]
"Elliptical Wheels on a Cart," by Channing Pollock, Examiner, 1946 October 20 (Los Angeles): General N , [mf 40;153]
"In Defense of Abstract Art," by Herbert Read, The New York Times, 1960 April 17: 134, [mf 36;6]
"It's Modern But Is It Art?" by Margaret Cresson, The New York Times, 1944 July 23: General L, [mf 39;565]
"Is It Art or Is It Double Talk?" by S. J. Woolf, The New York Times, 1946 April: General N, [mf 40;43]
"Is There Chaos in Art?," by Samuel A. Lewisohn, The New York Times, 1945 March 4 (pp 18-19, 46-47): General M, [mf 39;687]
"The Liberating Qualities of Avant-Garde Art" [editorial column], by Meyer Schapiro, Art News, 1957 Summer: General R, [mf 41;121]
"Liberty and the Modern Style," by Mario Amaya, Apollo Magazine [n.d.]: 117, [mf 30;240]
"Modern and 'Modern,'" by Alfred H. Barr, Jr., Art Digest, 1934 August 1: General C, [mf 37;418]
"Modern Art," by Anita Brenner, The New York Times, 1940 December: General I, [mf 38;693]
"Modern Art Argument," Look, 1949 November 8: 7, [mf 21;80]
modern art and children, 1952-67: General W, [mf 42;263]
"Modern Art: What Is It?" [quotes by Alfred H. Barr, Jr.]: General B, [mf 37;361]
"The Place of Painting in Contemporary Culture" [editorial column], by Stuart Davis, Art News, 1957 Summer: General R, [mf 41;114]
"Query: What Is Modern Art?" [with quotes by Elodie Courter], PM (New York), 1941 August 7: General J, [mf 39;76]
"Strange Comparisons of Modern Art and the Old Masters"by Donald Olyphant, Click (Philadelphia), 1939 June: General G, [mf 38;384]
symposium on modern art, Life, 1948: 77, [mf 21;2], 136, [mf 37;46]; General P, [mf 40;429]
"A Statement on Modern Art," issued by the Institute of Contemporary Art (Boston), The Museum of Modern Art (New York) and the Whitney Museum of American Art (New York), 1950 April: 111, [mf 28;485]
"Symbolism in Modern Art" [lecture series at The Museum of Modern Art by Edgar Wind], 1942 May: General K, [mf 39;202]
"Ten Tests of Good Modern," by Edgar Kaufmann, Jr., Retailing (New York), 1947 August 7: General Q, [mf 40;698]
"Western Round Table on Modern Art," symposium sponsored by San Francisco Museum of Art, 1949: 136, [mf 37;46]
"When is Art 'Modern Art'?," by René d'Harnoncourt, The New York Times, 1964 May 24: 121, [mf 31;306]

Modern Art in Your Life [MoMA Exh. #423, 1949 October 5-December 4]

35B, [mf 8;887]

Modern Arts Ball

article, March 1936: 24, [mf 7;1]

Modern China [MoMA Exh. #318, 1946 April 16-June 9]

67, [mf 17;141]

Modern Church Architecture [C/E 56-12, 1957-62]

80, [mf 21;713]; 108, [mf 28;2]

Modern Cuban Painters [MoMA Exh. #255, 1944 March 17-May 7]

2F, [mf 2;585]; General X, [mf 42;447]

Modern Drawings [MoMA Exh. #252, 1944 February 16-March 10]

48A, [mf 13;170]
Modern Drawings [MoMA Exh. cat.] by Monroe Wheeler and John Rewald, reviews: 48A, [mf 13;170]

Modern European Art [MoMA Exh. #30c, 1933 October 3-October 27]

11, [mf 4;189]
circulating exhibition: General B, [mf 37;209]

Modern Exposition Architecture [MoMA Exh. #49, 8 June-2 September 1936]

29, [mf 7;507]

Modern Gardens and the Landscape by Elizabeth B. Kassler

125, [mf 33;2]

Modern Handmade Jewelry [MoMA Exh. #330, 1946 September 17-November 10]

68, [mf 17;230]

Modern Houses in America [C/E 1938-41]

General H, [mf 38;401]

Modern Masterprints of Europe [MoMA Exh. #568, 1954 December 7-1955 February]

90, [mf 24;2]

Modern Masters from European and American Collections [MoMA Exh. #97, 1940 January 26-March 24]

41, [mf 10;411]

Modern Painters and Sculptors as Illustrators [MoMA Exh. #47, 1936 April 27-September 2; C/E 1936-37]

29, [mf 7;430]

Modern Paintings [MoMA Exh. #692, 1961 August 18-1962 April 20]

43D, [mf 11;371]

Modern Poetry Series

Lloyd Frankenburg, series director
readings by Marianne Moore, Dylan Thomas, e. e. cummings, W. H. Auden, William Carlos Williams, Robert Frost, 1950 April: General T, [mf 41;248]

Modern Religious Prints [C/E 63-14, 1963-67]

119, [mf 30;593]

Modern Rooms of the Last Fifty Years [MoMA Exh. #337, 1946 November 26-1947 January 26]

68, [mf 17;283]

Modern Sculpture [C/E 1936-37]

at the Boston Museum of Modern Art and Washington Gallery of The Museum of Modern Art: 24A, [mf 7;98]

Modern Works of Art 5th Anniversary Exhibition [MoMA Exh. #37, 19 November 1934-20 January 1935]

16, [mf 5;200,245]; 17, [mf 5;283]

Modigliani, Amedeo

Modigliani [MoMA Exh. #474, 1951 April 10-June 10]: 75A, [mf 20;338]
"Modigliani: Master Draughtsman," by Alfred Werner, American Artist, 1964 February: 117, [mf 30;103]

Molyneux Collection [MoMA Exh. #514, 1952 June-September 7]

11A, [mf 4;390]

Mondrian, Piet

Piet Mondrian [MoMA Exh. #282, 1945 March 21-May 13]: 43B, [mf 11;101]
influence on fashion and fall hat designs, 1945: 43B, [mf 11;101] :
influence on fashion, 1965: 125, [mf 33;268]
"Mondrian Rectangles Are Seen Everywhere" [Art and Everyday Living Column], by Peter Tucker, St. Petersburg Times, 1957 November 17: 105, [mf 27;444]
"Mondrian's Victory Boogie-Woogie - the Symbolism of Spiritual Art," by Robert P. Welsh, The Ottawa Citizen (Ontario), 1965 January 9: 117, [mf 30;421]
obituaries, 1944 February: General L, [mf 39;419]

Monet, Claude

"Month in Review" column by Leo Steinberg, Arts, 1956 February: 66, [mf 16;722]

Montross, Newman E.

auction of collection, 1933 April: General Z, [mf 43;257]

Moore, Henry

Henry Moore [MoMA Exh. #339, 1946 December 17-1947 March 16; C/E 1947]: 68, [mf 17;284]

Moore, Marianne

Poetry Evening at The Museum of Modern Art presented by the Junior Council at The Museum of Modern Art, 1953 May 13
new poets presented by Marianne Moore and W. H. Auden: General T, [mf 41;248]
See also Modern Poetry Series

Morandi, Giorgio

See Three Painters as Printmakers: Braque, Miró, Morandi

Moreau, Gustave

Redon, Moreau, Bresdin [MoMA Exh. #699, 1961 December 6-1962 January 28]: 49A, [mf 14;111]

Moses, Mrs. Anna Mary Robertson (Grandma)

Masters of Popular Painting: Modern Primitives of Europe and America [MoMA Exh. #76, 1938; C/E 1938-39]: 36, [mf 9;299]
article, 1940 October 8: General I, [mf 38;599]
exhibition at Galerie St. Etienne, 1940 October: General I, [mf 38;599]

Motherwell, Robert

Robert Motherwell [C/E 64-11, 1965-67] incl. Robert Motherwell with Selections from the Artist's Writings by Frank O'Hara: 135, [mf 36;472]

Movie Posters [MoMA Exh. #677, 1960 December 14-1961 February 23; C/E 61-35, 1961-64]

46, [mf 12;382]

Müller, Jan

Jan Müller [C/E 62-12, 1963]: 119, [mf 30;569]

Munari, Bruno

Two Graphic Designers: Bruno Munari and Alvin Lustig [MoMA Exh. #587, 1955 October 18-November 27]: 75B, [mf 20;429]

Munch, Edvard

The Graphic Work of Edvard Munch [MoMA Exh. #614, 1957 February 6-March 3, [C/E 1957-58]: 37D, [mf 9;691], 78, [mf 21;287]
Edvard Munch [MoMA Exh. #450, 1950 June 30-August 13]: 2H, [mf 2;668]
Edvard Munch: A Selection of His Prints from American Collections by William S. Lieberman, 1957, reviews: 78, [mf 21;287]

Municipal Art Exhibition, New York City

general articles, 1934: General B, [mf 37;209]
See also LaGuardia, Fiorello
Murals by American Painters and Photographers [MoMA Exh. #16, 1932 May 3-May 31]: General Z, [mf 43;257]

Museu de Art Moderna (São Paolo)

IV Bienal do Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paolo, Brazil, 1957 [American section organized by the Museum]: 131, [mf 35;110]
loan agreement with The Museum of Modern Art, 1950 November 12: General T, [mf 41;248]

Museum Acquisitions, general

"Art Museums Urged to Buy Works of Living," New York Herald-Tribune, 1933 December 18: General B, [mf 37;300]
"What Museum Directors Like," by A. L. Chanin, [1955]: General R, [mf 41;20]

Museum Collection of Painting and Sculpture, The [MoMA Exh. #290, 1945 June 20-ca. 1946 June 23]

48B, [mf 13;305]

Museum Collections: New Acquisitions [MoMA Exh. #538, 1953 June 23-October 4]

120, [mf 31;143]

Museum of Folk Arts (Riverdale-on-Hudson, New York)

article, 1935 April: General D, [mf 37;588]

Museum of Modern Art: Acquisitions

General A - General Z, include clippings re: Museum of Modern Art: Acquisitions even where not listed

gifts,
anonymous trustee, gift 1937 December: General F, [mf 38;2]
Bender, Albert M., 53 photographs, 1939 April: General V, [mf 42;2]
Bernhard, Ruth, photographs, (gift of the artist to Young People's Group, 1940 November): 43, [mf 10;815]
Bliss, Lillie P., Bequest, 1934: 12A, [mf 4;660]; General Z, [mf 43;257]
Burchfield, Charles, Railroad Gantry (gift of Stephen C. Clark, 1930), 1930 Clippings: [mf 1;227]
Ceylon Society of Arts, art books, 1954 October: General T, [mf 41;248]
Despiau, Charles, Portrait Head of Anne Morrow Lindbergh, (gift of Charles Lindbergh, 1940 October): 2B, [mf 2;211]
Dix, Otto, Portrait of Dr. Meyer Hermann (gift of Philip Johnson, 1932 November): General Z, [mf 43;257]
Gris, Juan, Guitar and Flowers, Violin and Engraving, Grapes and Wine (bequest of Mrs. Levine, 1947): General P, [mf 40;429]; 86, [mf 23;2]
Philip L. Bequest Goodwin 1958: 136, [mf 37;2]
Hopper, Edward, House by the Railroad (gift of Stephen C. Clark, 1930), 1930 Clippings: [mf 1;172]
Lachaise, Gaston, torso (gift of Edward M.M Warburg, 1934 July): 12A, [mf 4;723]
See also Museum of Modern Art: Acquisitions, Individual
Levine, Joseph E., gift of Joseph E. Levine Films, 1965 October: 99, [mf 25;691]
Maillol, Aristide, Mediterranean (gift of Stephen C. Clark, 1954): 66, [mf 16;673]
Matisse, Henri, Dance (first version, March 1909), gift of Nelson A. Rockefeller, 1964: 122, [mf 31;795]
See also Museum of Modern Art: Acquisitions, Individual
Picasso, Pablo, Girl Before A Mirror (gift of Mrs. Simon Guggenheim, 1938): General F, [mf 38;2]; General G, [mf 38;207]
Riesenfeld, Victor S., 90 European prints: 86, [mf 23;2]

Rockefeller, Abby Aldrich,
gift, 1935: 20, [mf 5;504]
53 folk art works, 1939 August: 39, [mf 10;127]; General H, [mf 38;401]
36 sculptures, 1940 March: 44, [mf 12;173]
31 American drawings, 1942 March: 55, [mf 14;743]
See also Museum of Modern Art: Acquisitions, Individual; Group

Rockefeller, Nelson A.,
Christ by Maria Martins, 1942 January: 86, [mf 23;2]

Rockefeller family,
paintings and drawings, 1936: 20, [mf 5;504]
38 American drawings, 1942 February: 86, [mf 23;2]

Seurat, van Gogh, 1948 September: 86, [mf 23;2]
See also Museum of Modern Art: Acquisitions, Individual
St. Denis, Ruth, dance memorabilia from personal collection: 44, [mf 12;172]
Speicher, Eugene, Portrait of Katherine Cornell (gift of Katherine Cornell, 1938): General G, [mf 38;207]
Stern, Louis E. (bequest of rare book collection, November 1963): 116, [mf 29;539]

group,
1934, general: General B, [mf 37;209]
1935, general: 16, [mf 5;150]
New York World's Fair, 1939: 39, [mf 10;28]
"Degenerate Art" acquisitions, 1939: 39, [mf 10;113]
Edwards, Emmet, watercolors (acquired 1940 March): General H, [mf 38;401]
11 paintings and 2 sculptures (acquired 1940 July): General H, [mf 38;401]
Graves, Morris, 15 watercolors, gouaches, and drawings (1942): 55, [mf 14;743]
Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Purchase Fund: six paintings (1938 October, including Cikovsky, Girl in Green): General G, [mf 38;207]
Stieglitz, Alfred, ten photographs by Stieglitz (acquired 1942): 86, [mf 23;2]
13 paintings and sculptures by living American artists (acquired 1940): General I, [mf 38;599]

individual,
Associated Press 30th Anniversary Film, 1965: 124, [mf 32;453]
Berman, Eugene, The Gates of the City, Nightfall (acquired 1948 May): 77, [mf 21;2]
Bloom, Hyman, The Bride, (acquired 1942): 55, [mf 14;733]
Bonnard, Pierre, Luncheon (acquired 1937): General F, [mf 38;2]
Cezanne, Paul (acquisition, 1955 August): 37E, [mf 9;45]
de Chirico, Giorgio (acquired 1934): 12A, [mf 4;651]
Cristofanetti, Francesco, Festival (acquired 1944): General L, [mf 39;419]
Derain, André, Landscape (acquired 1937): General F, [mf 38;2]
The Window on the Park (acquired 1940 January): 41, [mf 10;479]
Dove, Arthur, Grandmother, (acquired in 1940 July): General H, [mf 38;401]
Dufy, Raoul (acquired 1961, title of work not mentioned in article): General W, [mf 42;263]
Duglosz, Louis, Portrait of Douglas Smith (acquired in 1940 July): General H, [mf 38;401]
Ensor, James, Tribulation of St. Anthony (acquired 1941): General J, [mf 39;2]
Epstein, Jacob, Portrait bust (acquired 1933 April): General Z, [mf 43;257]
Ernst, Max, Napoleon in the Wilderness (acquired 1942 August): 86, [mf 23;2]
Feininger, Lyonel, Steamer Odin (acquired 1944 February): 86, [mf 23;2]
Film. Frontiers of News (acquired 1964 April): 124, [mf 32;453]
Gargallo, Pablo, The Picador (acquired 1934): General B, [mf 37;209]
Gellert, Hugo, Illustrations for Karl Marx's "Capital" (acquired 1934): 12A, [mf 4;651]
van Gogh, Vincent, The Starry Night (acquired 1942 January): 86, [mf 23;2]
Grosser, Maurice, The Pushcart (acquired 1944): General L, [mf 39;419]
Gris, Juan (acquired 1948 July, title of work not mentioned in article): 77, [mf 21;2]
See also Museum of Modern Art: Acquisitions, Gifts
Hanson, Bill, At Schooner Head (2) 1961 (acquired 1963 April): 121, [mf 31;297]
Hartley, Marsden, ( Evening Storm, Schoodic, Maine (acquired 1944 February): 86, [mf 23;2]
The Spent Wave (acquired 1940 August): General I, [mf 38;599]
Higgins, Edward, Double Portrait Torso (acquired 1961): General W, [mf 42;263]
Hopper, Edward, Gas (acquired 1944 February): 86, [mf 23;2]
Kane, John, Self Portrait (acquired through the John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Purchase Fund, 1939): 39, [mf 10;10]; General G, [mf 38;207]
Kjaerholm, Poul, stool design: 134, [mf 36;2]
Klee, Paul (acquired 1955 August): 37E, [mf 9;745]
Lachaise, Gaston, Floating Figure (acquired 1939): General G, [mf 38;207]
de La Fresnaye, Roger, Conquest of the Air (acquired through the Guggenheim Masterpiece Fund, 1947): 86, [mf 23;2]; General P, [mf 40;429]
Lebrun, Rico (acquired 1942): 55, [mf 14;733]
Léger, Fernand (acquired 1941 January): 48, [mf 12;672]
Three Women (acquired 1942 August): 86, [mf 23;2]
Levine, Jack (acquired 1955 August): 37E, [mf 9;45]
Lipchitz, Jacques, Figure (shown in Summer Exhibition 1937): 33, [mf 8;436]
Lippold, Richard, Full Moon (acquired 1950 July): 86, [mf 23;2]
Martin, Fletcher, Trouble in Frisco (acquired 1938): General G, [mf 38;207]
Matisse, Henri (acquired 1955 August): 37E, [mf 9;745]
Baigneuse, Fond Bleu (acquired 1936): General E, [mf 37;740]
Lemons Against a Fleurs-de-lys Background (acquired 1961): General W, [mf 42;263]
Jazz (acquired 1948, gift of Victor Riesenfeld and the artist): 86, [mf 23;2]
Miró, Joan (acquisition 1934): 12A, [mf 4;723], (acquisition, 1955 August): 37E, [mf 9;745]
Nakian, Reuben, Portrait Bust of "Pop" Hart (acquired 1933 June): General B, [mf 37;209]: General Z, [mf 43;257]

Picasso, Pablo, La Coiffure (acquired 1937): General F, [mf 38;2]
Guitar and Fruit (acquired 1937): General F, [mf 38;2]
Harlequin (acquired 1950): 77, [mf 21;2]
Seated Woman (acquired 1937): General F, [mf 38;2]
Still Life with Cake (acquired 1942 August): 86, [mf 23;2]
Three Musicians (acquired 1949 July): 86, [mf 23;2]
See also Museum of Modern Art: Acquisitions, Gifts

Portinari, approval for purchase of, 1940 February: 39, [mf 10;192]
Renoir, Pierre-Auguste, Washerwoman (acquired 1954): 66, [mf 16;673]
Roa, Israel, The Painter's Birthday (acquired 1942 April): 86, [mf 23;2]
Rockefeller, Abby Aldrich (Mrs. John D.) Fund, 1940 purchase: 2B, [mf 2;211]
Rodin, Auguste, Monument to Balzac (acquired 1955): 66, [mf 16;673]
Rouault, Georges, Head of a Woman (acquired 1935 January): General D, [mf 37;588]
Schlemmer, Oskar, Bauhaus Stairway (acquired 1943 July): 86, [mf 23;2]
Schwarz, Peggy, Head of a Boy (acquired 1934): General B, [mf 37;209]
Seliger, Charles (acquired 1948 May; title of work not mentioned in article): 77, [mf 21;2]
Stella, Frank, The Marriage of Reason and Squalor (acquired 1961): General W, [mf 42;263]
Stella, Joseph, Factories (acquired 1944): General L, [mf 39;419]
Tucker, Albert, Lunar Landscape (acquired 1959): General Y, [mf 43;2]
Explorers Bourke and Wills (acquired 1960): General W, [mf 42;263]
Utrillo, Maurice, Church in Provence (acquired 1937): General F, [mf 38;2]
Vargas, Paul, Head of the Dancer, Ignes Pizarro (acquired 1942 April): 86, [mf 23;2]
Woolley, A. E., photographs (acquired 1959 February): 43G, [mf 11;723]; 86, [mf 23;2]

Museum of Modern Art: Acquisitions Policy

changes re: transfer of "classic" art work to The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1953 January: General T, [mf 41;248]

Museum of Modern Art: Admission and Membership Fees

admission fees,
initiated, 1930
1930 Clippings: [mf 1;172]
increase, 1959: 99, [mf 25;605]
increase, 1946 December 27: General N, [mf 40;2]
increase, 1948 January 1: General P, [mf 40;429]

general,
1941 August: General J, [mf 39;2]
1959: 92
1961: 99, [mf 25;605]

Museum of Modern Art Press Passes, 1966-69

General S, [mf 41;185]
staff identification and passes, 1960s: General S, [mf 41;185]

Museum of Modern Art: Anniversaries

twentieth [1949],
articles, 1948-50: 77, [mf 21;2]
"Twentieth Anniversary," by Emory C. Lewis, Cue, 1948 December 4 (pp 21-23): General P, [mf 40;580]

twenty-fifth [1954]
general,
1954, and Junior Council "Silver Jubilee" preview, 1955: 73, [mf 19;162]
articles, 1955 January: General T, [mf 41;248]
membership drive, 1954 October: General C, [mf 37;410]

thirtieth [1959],
auction for The Museum of Modern Art expansion fund, 1960 April (via television): 84, [mf 22;596]
fund-raising drive: 84, [mf 22;596], 107, [mf 27;676]
30th Anniversary Special Installation - Toward the "New" Museum [MoMA Exh. #654, 1959 November 16-]: [mf 21;922]
See also Art in Our Time: Tenth Anniversary Exhibition; Art in Progress - Fifteenth Anniversary Exhibition; Modern Works of Art
[5th Anniversary Exhibition
; Thirtieth Anniversary Special Installation; Twenty-fifth Anniversary Exhibitions: Paintings

Museum of Modern Art Annual Report

1943-44, 1945 January: General M, [mf 39;637]
1961-62: General W, [mf 42;263]

Museum of Modern Art: Art Lending Service

1951-64: 110, [mf 28;343]
1963: 120, [mf 31;131]
1968-75: 83A, [mf 22;324]

Museum of Modern Art: Art Classes

for amateur artists, 1962 February 11: 88, [mf 23;431]
for parents and children: [1956 May]: 95, [mf 25;27]; 126, [mf 33;326]

Museum of Modern Art: Attendance

general, 1945 January 15: General M, [mf 39;637]
increase in, 1932 August: General Z, [mf 43;257]
increase during Depression, 1932 August: General Z, [mf 43;257]
increase in, 1941: General I, [mf 38;599]
increase 1944: General L, [mf 39;419]
1947: General O, [mf 40;210]
1965: 125, [mf 33;240]

Museum of Modern Art: Auctions

paintings auctioned 1944 May 11 (Parke-Bernet): General L, [mf 39;419]
See also Museum of Modern Art: Anniversaries [thirtieth]

Museum of Modern Art: Board of Trustees

Guggenheim, Mrs. Simon, Mrs. David M. Levy, Archibald MacLeish, Carleton Sprague Smith, elected 1940 June: General H, [mf 38;401]
See also Museum of Modern Art: Trustees and Staff

Museum of Modern Art: Broadcast

on the progress of modern art, 1939 October: General H, [mf 38;401]
Dorothy C. Miller, broadcast, CBS, "Americans at Work," 1939 October 23: General H, [mf 38;401]
Victor D'Amico, "The Art of Etching," NBC, 1939 June 18: General G, [mf 38;374]

Museum of Modern Art: Building

annex, 1950-51, to house People's Art Center, trust left by Grace Rainey Rogers, designed by Philip Johnson: General T, [mf 41;431]

building, 1940 January: General H, [mf 38;401]

expansion,
1936: 31, [mf 8;92]
1936-1939: 31, [mf 8;85]
1937: 33, [mf 8;432]
1937: General X, [mf 42;447]
1947: General O, [mf 40;210]
1950: General R, [mf 41;2]: General T, [mf 41;248]
1959: fund-raising drive for 8-story wing: 84, [mf 22;596]
1963: "A Bid for Space" fund-raising drive: 107, [mf 27;676]
fire (1958) and conservators Volkmer and Keck: 91, [mf 24;196,300]
galleries
Philip L. Goodwin Galleries of Architecture and Design [MoMA Exh. #737, 1964 May 27]: [mf 31;495]
Paul J. Sachs Galleries of Drawings and Prints, 1964: 121, [mf 31;539]

move to 11 West 53rd Street, 1932: General X, [mf 42;447]: General Z, [mf 43;257]
need for space, 1956 August: General R, [mf 41;2]
night showings, 1941 January: General I, [mf 38;599]

openings,
1929; 1929 Clippings: [mf 1;2]; General Z, [mf 43;257]
1939 May 10: 31, [mf 8;216], 39, [mf 10;2]
President Roosevelt's radio address on opening night of new building, 1939: 31, [mf 8;216]

Prentice Houses, given to The Museum of Modern Art for expansion, 1960 March: 84, [mf 22;596]

purchase of land for,
6-10 W. 53 Street, 1936 May: General E, [mf 37;740]
21 West 53rd Street, purchased from Mabelle R. Shoemaker, 1946 April: General N, [mf 40;2]

renovation of,
and closing of the Museum, 1962-64: 107, [mf 27;676]
of the Museum and Sculpture Garden, 1952: 71A, [mf 17;637]
reopening following fire, 1958 October: 43G, [mf 11;645]; General W, [mf 42;263]; General Y, [mf 43;2]

reopening, Philip Johnson wing, 1964 May
broadcasts - radio and television: 121, [mf 31;392]
general: 80, [mf 21;568]; 107, [mf 27;676]; 121, [mf 31;297]
"Modern Art Fiesta in a Changing World," Apollo Magazine, 1964 July: 117, [mf 30;283]
"MoMA Opens Her Arms Again," by Tom Wolfe, New York Herald Tribune, 1964 May 24: 121, [mf 31;298]
29 West 56th Street rented for class and lecture rooms, 1943: General L, [mf 39;419]

Museum of Modern Art: Conservation

general,
1960: 91, [mf 24;196,300]; 116, [mf 29;543]
1964: 123, [mf 32;103]
"Talk of the Town" column re: Caroline Keck and Jean Volkmer, The New Yorker, 1959 May 16: 105, [mf 27;280]

Museum of Modern Art: Committees

general: 1935-38: 24, [mf 7;1]

Museum of Modern Art: Criticism of

articles, general, 1959-61: 108, [mf 28;14]
"Artists Denounce Modern Museum," 1940 April: General H, [mf 38;546]
"Defending the Modern," Art Digest, 1944 August 1: General M, [mf 39;637]
"Critics Icily Ignored by Modern Museum," by Emily Genauer, New York World-Telegram, 1948 January 20: General P, [mf 40;482]
"The Fur-Lined Museum," by Emily Genauer, Harpers, 1944 July 19: General L, [mf 39;535]
"The Modern Museum Case: Pro and Con," Art News, 1944 September 1: General L, [mf 39;551]
"Museum Attacked as Lax in Duty," by Elizabeth Okerbloom, Citizen (Columbus, Ohio), 1944 July 23: General L, [mf 39;545]
"Should Artists Boycott New York?" by James A. Michener, Saturday Review, 1961 August 26: 99, [mf 25;611]
"Strange Comparisons of Modern Art and the Old Masters," by Donald Olyphant, Click (Philadelphia), 1939 June: General G, [mf 38;384]

Museum of Modern Art: Department of Architecture

announcement re: establishment of, 1932 July: General Z, [mf 43;257]
Exhibitions and Circulating Exhibitions, general, 1940-62: General X, [mf 42;447]
general,
1939-47: 83, [mf 22;2]
1944: 63, [mf 16;348]
1959-60 (Department of Architecture and Design): 97, [mf 25;260]
1961-64 (Department of Architecture and Design): 107, [mf 27;676]
See also individual exhibitions

Museum of Modern Art: Department of Circulating Exhibitions

brochures, 1963-64: 88, [mf 23;573]

general,
1929-56: General Z, [mf 43;257]
1932-34: General B, [mf 37;209]
1934: General C, [mf 37;410]
1935: General D, [mf 37;588]
1935-36: General E, [mf 37;740]
1937-38: General F, [mf 38;2]
1938-39: General G, [mf 38;207]
1939-40: General H, [mf 38;401]
1942-46: General K, [mf 39;202]
1943-44: General L, [mf 39;419]
1944-45, 1947: General M, [mf 39;637]
1944-46: General N, [mf 40;2]
1946-47: General O, [mf 40;210]
1947-49, 1950, 1951: General P, [mf 40;429]
1947-60: General T, [mf 41;248]
1952-67: General W, [mf 42;263]
1958-64: 119, [mf 30;630]
1962-64: 112, [mf 28;637]

Museum of Modern Art: Department of Education

general: 1958-65: 88, [mf 23;431]
See also Museum of Modern Art: People's Art Center

Museum of Modern Art: Department of Industrial Design

general: 1943-52, 1956: General Q, [mf 40;666]
general: 1948-51: 89, [mf 23;590]
announcement of addition, 1932 December: General Z, [mf 43;257]
Wasson-Tucker, Suzanne, appointed Acting Curator of Department of Industrial Design, MoMA, 1944 November: General L, [mf 39;419]
See also Design; individual exhibitions

Museum of Modern Art; Department of Manual Industries

establishment of, 1944 February: 64, [mf 16;408]

Museum of Modern Art: Department of Photography

article, U.S. Camera, 1941 Spring: General I, [mf 38;599]
general,
1940: 43, [mf 10;783]
1941-49: 83, [mf 22;189]
1945: 43B, [mf 11;85]
1961-62: 100, [mf 26;251]
Photography Department planned for The Museum of Modern Art
1940 November: 43, [mf 10;783]
Photography Center opening, 1943 November: 83, [mf 22;189]
Photography Gallery plans, 1960 January: 84, [mf 22;596]
Photography Study Center opening, 1964 August: 121, [mf 31;297]
See also individual exhibitions

Museum of Modern Art: Exhibitions

general,
1929: General Y, [mf 43;2]
1929-56: General Z, [mf 43;257]
1932-34: General B, [mf 37;209]
1934: General C, [mf 37;410]
1935: General D, [mf 37;588]
1935-36: General E, [mf 37;740]
1937-38: General F, [mf 38;2]
1938-39: General G, [mf 38;207]
1939: General V, [mf 42;2]
1939-40: General H, [mf 38;401]
1941-43: General J, [mf 39;2]
1942-46: General K, [mf 39;202]
1943-44: General L, [mf 39;419]
1944-45, 1947: General M, [mf 39;637]
1944-46: General N, [mf 40;2]
1946-47: General O, [mf 40;210]
1947-49, 1950, 1951: General P, [mf 40;429]
1947-60: General T, [mf 41;248]
1950-59: General R, [mf 41;2]
1950-65: General Y, [mf 43;2]
1958-59: 136, [mf 37;2]
1960-63: 114, [mf 29;53]

Museum of Modern Art: Exhibition Schedules

1934-35: General C, [mf 37;410]
1942-43: General K, [mf 39;202]
1945-46, 1945 September: General M, [mf 39;637]

Museum of Modern Art: Film Library

general,
1935 March-1936 February: 21, [mf 5;639]
1936 March-1937 February: 21A, [mf 6;1]
1937: General V, [mf 42;2]
1937-1938: 21B, [mf 6;222]
1938: 21C, [mf 6;447]
1958-1961: 108, [mf 28;173]
1961-1962: 99, [mf 25;691]
1963-1968, brochures: 132, [mf 35;455]
1964: 124, [mf 32;453]
1964-1965: 99, [mf 25;691], 124, [mf 32;453]
"Creating Motion Picture Departments in Museums of Art," by Alan R. Blackburn, Jr., New York National Board of Review
Magazine
, 1933 June: General B, [mf 37;233]
"Film Library Idea Grew Under a Lady's Hat," by Richard Griffith and Iris Barry, Kansas City Star, 1964 September 13: 123, [mf 32;162]
opening of library to public, 1939 November 9: General H, [mf 38;401]
reopening, 1964 June: 121, [mf 31;297]

Museum of Modern Art: Film Program

See Film Program

Museum of Modern Art: Gallery Talks

1934: General C, [mf 37;410]
1964: 125, [mf 33;227]

Museum of Modern Art: General

all General scrapbooks, General A - General Z, incl. Museum of Modern Art: General, even where not listed
credited by mistake: General K, [mf 39;202]
guard dog, 1933 June: General B, [mf 37;209]; General Z, [mf 43;257]
cat, 1934 November: General C, [mf 37;410]
1937: 33, [mf 8;487]
"The Museum of Modern Art," [profile, including portfolio of works in Collections] Fortune, 1938 December: General G, [mf 38;275]
"Museum: Guide or Encyclopedia?" by Jerome Mellquist, Commonweal, 1939 September 8: General H, [mf 38;451]
World War II air raid precautions, 1941: 56, [mf 14;815]
general: 1943-44: 48A, [mf 13;96]
articles, Vogue, 1945 July: General M, [mf 39;637]
"The Taste-makers," by Russell Lynes, Harper's Magazine, 1947 June: General O, [mf 40;363]
poetry-reading sponsored by The Museseum of Modern Art, YM-YWHA, New School at Kaufman Auditorium, 1952 February: General T, [mf 41;248]
article, 1954: General V, [mf 42;2]
awarded La Rinascente's Grand International Compasso D'Oro, 1957: 120, [mf 31;138]
general: 1932-34: General B, [mf 37;209]
general: 1957: 105, [mf 27;417]; General T, [mf 41;248]
general: 1959-60: 97, [mf 25;207]
general: 1959-1961: 108, [mf 28;14]
general: 1960-62: 101, [mf 26;299]
desegregation (The Museum of Modern Art bans loans to organizations practicing segregation), 1962 August: 112, [mf 28;628]
general: 1964-65: 123, [mf 32;224]

Museum of Modern Art: Hours

"Crowds Throng Night Showings of Modern Art" by Peter Kihss, World-Telegram, 1941 January 6: General I, [mf 38;599] elimination of late gallery hours: General P, [mf 40;429]
evening hours, 1933 November: General B, [mf 37;209]
evening hours, 1939: General H, [mf 38;401]
extended hours, 1940: General I, [mf 38;599]
extended hours, 1942: General K, [mf 39;202]
extended hours, 1946: General N, [mf 40;2]
hours during Picasso: Forty Years of His Art [MoMA Exh. #91, 1940]; General H, [mf 38;401]
[1947]: General O, [mf 40;210]

Museum of Modern Art: Installations

rearrangement of exhibition space, 1940 January: General H, [mf 38;401]
"Exhibit Techniques at The Museum of Modern Art: Museum Exhibitions Set Trend for Industrial Shows and Displays," Spot,
1958 February: 110, [mf 28;250]
See also Corduroy

Museum of Modern Art: Institutional Loans

general,
1929: General Y, [mf 43;2]
1933 May: General Z, [mf 43;257]
1933, 1934: General B, [mf 37;209]
1934: General C, [mf 37;410]
1935-36: General E, [mf 37;740]
1937: General F, [mf 38;2]
1938: General G, [mf 38;207]
1939: General V, [mf 42;2]
1939-40: General H, [mf 38;401]
1943: General L, [mf 39;419]
1944-45, 1947: General M, [mf 39;637]
1944-46: General N, [mf 40;2]
1946-47: General O, [mf 40;210]
1947-49, 1950, 1951: General P, [mf 40;429]
1943-52, 1956: General Q, [mf 40;666]
1948-50: 77, [mf 21;2]
1950-59: General R, [mf 41;2]
1950-65: General Y, [mf 43;2]
1961-64: 107, [mf 27;676]
for the opening of the Museum de Art Moderno, Buenos Aires, 1960 November 11: 100, [mf 26;45]
to the Art Institute of Chicago during renovation, 1964 February: 107, [mf 27;676]
to the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. during renovation, 1963 December 17-1964 March 22: 107, [mf 27;676]
to Washington, D.C., 1935 December: 24, [mf 7;1]

Museum of Modern Art: International Exhibitions Program

press release begun: 131, [mf 35;110]

Museum of Modern Art: Library

opening, 1939: General H, [mf 38;401]
plans for opening: General Z, [mf 43;257]

Museum of Modern Art: Membership

competition among high school students for Museum of Modern Art membership poster design, 1932 December: General Z, [mf 43;257]
general: 1957, 1959-60, 1963-64: 91, [mf 24;304]
Kanzler, Mrs. Ernest: efforts on behalf of the Membership Committee, 1939: General G, [mf 38;207]
Members' Calendar, 1964-68: General S, [mf 41;185]
membership cards, 1943: General L, [mf 39;419]
membership cards, 1960s: General S, [mf 41;185]
Membership Committee Luncheon, 1936 May 24
membership drive, twenty-fifth anniversary, 1954 October: General C, [mf 37;410]
out-of-town membership, 1935-38: 24, [mf 7;1]
Student Group Membership Plan, brochures, 1966-68: General S, [mf 41;185]

Museum of Modern Art: New Acquisition Exhibitions [listed chronologically]

Acquisitions Exhibitions general, 1942-50: 86, [mf 23;2]
New Acquisition: Brancusi, Bird in Space [MoMA Exh. #34i, 1934 August 13-September 13]: 2A, [mf 4; F723]
New Acquisitions: Lachaise Torso; Prints [MoMA Exh. #34f, 1934 July 11-September 13]: 2A, [mf 4;723]
New Acquisitions: the Collection of Mrs. John D. Rockefeller, Jr. [MoMA Exh. #45c, 1936 January 14-February 16]: A, [mf 2;51]; 20, [mf 5;504, F546]
New Acquisitions: Gifts of the Advisory Committee [MoMA Exh. #59a, 1937 February 10-March 7]: 3, [mf 8;413]; General F, [mf 38;2]
New Acquisitions [MoMA Exh. #81, 1938 October 25-November 18]: General G, [mf 38;207]
New Acquisitions: a Gift of Modern Sculpture [MoMA Exh. #102, 1940 March 6-April 7]: 4, [mf 12;195]
New Acquisitions: American Painting and Sculpture [MoMA Exh. #107, 1940 July 26-October 18]: General H, [mf 38;401]
New Acquisitions: American Painting and Sculpture [MoMA Exh. #124, 1941 May 6-October 15]: B, [mf 2;204]
New Acquisitions: a Gift of Paintings from a Trustee [MoMA Exh. #126, 1941 May 6-October 15]: B, [mf 2;204, 223]
New Acquisitions: Fantastic Art, Dada, Surrealism [MoMA Exh. #140, 1941 July 23-September 29]: B, [mf 2;223, 252]
New Acquisitions: Vincent van Gogh, The Starry Night [MoMA Exh. #149, 1941 September 30-1943 July 28]: B, [mf 2;223]
New Acquisitions: Modern Primitives; Artists of the People [MoMA Exh. #153, 1941 October 21-1944 April 30]: B, [mf 2;252, 267]
New Acquisitions: Latin American Art [MoMA Exh. #165, 1942 January 13-February 15]: 6, [mf 23;2]
New Acquisitions: American Drawings [MoMA Exh. #171, 1942 February 18-April 5]: 6, [mf 23;2]
New Acquisitions and Extended Loans: Cubist and Abstract Art [MoMA Exh. #176, 1942 March 25-May 3]: 6, [mf 23;2]
New Acquisitions: Free German Art [MoMA Exh. #186, 1942 June 24-August 24]: 6, [mf 23;2]
New Acquisitions: Photographs by Alfred Stieglitz: European and American Art [MoMA Exh. #210, 1942 December 16-February 28]: 86, [mf 23;2]
New Acquisitions: The Eternal City by Peter Blume [MoMA Exh. #219, 1943 March 3-March 17]: 6, [mf 23;2]
New Acquisitions [MoMA Exh. #365a, 1948 January 13-March 21]: 7, [mf 21;2]
New Acquisitions [MoMA Exh. #530, 1953 February 11-March 15]: 6, [mf 16;654]
Museum Collections: New Acquisitions [MoMA Exh. #538, 1953 June 23-October 4]: 20, [mf 31;143]
See also Painting and Sculpture from the Museum Collection: New Acquisitions, Photography Recent Acquisitions, Stieglitz-Atget and Museum of Modern Art: Recent Acquisitions Exhibitions
Museum of Modern Art: People's Art Center (later known as The Art Center)
art classes, The Museum of Modern Art, 1944-51: 126, [mf 33;326]
brochures, 1964-1968: General S, [mf 41;185]
classes for adults and children, 1955-57: 95, [mf 25;78]
general,
1951-52, 1955-57: 95, [mf 25;27,76]
1958-65: 88, [mf 23;431]
1963-69: General S, [mf 41;185]
foundation, 1960 December: 88, [mf 23;431]
Institute of Modern Art
Summer Art Center, Amagansett, 1958-65: 88, [mf 23;431]

Museum of Modern Art: Permanent Collection

"Art in Review: The Modern Museum's Collection," Herald Tribune, 1948 December 26: 77, [mf 21;132]

exhibitions,
Eightieth Birthday Exhibition - Picasso: The Museum Collection - Present and FutureFaces and Figures: Drawings from the Collection of The Museum of Modern Art
Fernand Léger in the Museum Collection
The Latin-American Collection of The Museum of Modern Art
Master Prints from the Museum Collection
The Museum Collection of Painting and Sculpture
Museum Collections: New Acquisitions
Painting and Sculpture from the Museum Collection
Paintings, Sculpture, and Graphic Arts from the Museum Collection
Photographs from the Museum Collection
Portraits from the Museum Collection
Summer Exhibition: Painting and Sculpture from the Museum Collection and on Loan
Works from the Museum Collection
Works of Art: Given or Promised

general, [including reproductions of works in Collection]
1950-59: General R, [mf 41;2]
1956-64: 135, [mf 36;472]
1959-60: 97, [mf 25;294]
1960-61: 100, [mf 26;45]
1960-63: 114, [mf 29;53], 134, [mf 36;2]
1963-65: 117, [mf 30;2]
Introduction to Twentieth Century Design from the Collection of The Museum of Modern Art, New York by Arthur Drexler and Greta Daniel, 1959, reviews: 37C, [mf 9;643]
reinstallation of gallery space after relocation of Young People's Gallery to the annex, 1952 December: General T, [mf 41;248]

See also:
Junior Council, The Museum of Modern Art
Museum of Modern Art: Institutional Loans
Museum of Modern Art: New Acquisitions Exhibitions
Museum of Modern Art: Recent Acquisitions Exhibitions

Museum of Modern Art: Poster Contests

general,
1935-38: 24, [mf 7;1]

Museum of Modern Art: Publications

Annual Report, articles, 1941 March: General I, [mf 38;599]
Appointment Calendar, 1963, from the photography collection at The Museum of Modern Art: 110, [mf 28;279], 114, [mf 29;2]
Appointment Calendar, 1964: 120, [mf 31;94], 122, [mf 31;758]
Appointment Calendar, 1965: 120, [mf 31;94], 122, [mf 31;766]
article [on Museum of Modern Art publications], Picture and Gift Journal, 1956 September: General R, [mf 41;2]

Bulletin
publication of first Museum Bulletin, 1933: General B, [mf 37;209]; General Z, [mf 43;257]
brochures, 1960-68: 132, [mf 35;493]

Christmas cards
1943: 105, [mf 27;352]
1944: General L, [mf 39;419]
1945: 105, [mf 27;352]
1946: General N, [mf 40;2]
1947: General P, [mf 40;429]
1948: General P, [mf 40;429]
1958, 1959, 1960, 1961: 105, [mf 27;352]
1963: 116, [mf 29;491]
1964: 120, [mf 31;94], 122, [mf 31;766], 124, [mf 32;513]
1965: 120, [mf 31;94]

general and book reviews
1938-64: 94, [mf 24;587]
1946-47: 108, [mf 28;109]
1950: 99, [mf 25;626]
1956-59: 79, [mf 21;374]
1959-61: 108, [mf 28;109]
"New York's Museum of Modern Art and Its Books that Set Precedent in Creative Publishing," by P. K. Thomajan, Direct
Advertising
1962 (p 25): General X, [mf 42;587]

Museum of Modern Art: Recent Acquisition Exhibitions [listed chronologically],

Recent Acquisitions: Painting and Sculpture [MoMA Exh. #197, 1942 September 30-December 10]: 6, [mf 23;2]
Recent Acquisitions in Painting and Sculpture [MoMA Exh. #331, 1946 September 24-November 17]: General N, [mf 40;2]
Recent Acquisitions: 61 Lithographs by Toulouse-Lautrec and 31 Aquatints by Picasso for Buffon's "Histoire Naturelle" [MoMA Exh. #334, 1947 November 19-January 14]: 6, [mf 23;2]
Recent Acquisitions: Bequest of Mrs. John D. Rockefeller, Jr. [MoMA Exh. #384, 1948 September 14-November 7]: 6, [mf 23;2]
Recent Acquisitions including work by Chagall [MoMA Exh. #390, 1948 November 9-1949 January 31]: 6, [mf 23;2]
Recent Acquisitions [MoMA Exh. #409, 1949 May 3-July 17]: General W, [mf 42;263]
Recent Acquisitions [MoMA Exh. #437, 1950 January 31-May 7]: 6, [mf 16;631]; General W, [mf 42;263]
Recent Acquisitions: British Color Lithographs [MoMA Exh. #457, 1950 September 12-1951 January 1]: H, [mf 2;697]
Recent Acquisitions by Lewis Carroll [MoMA Exh. #458, 1950 September 26-December 3]: H, [mf 2;730]
Recent Acquisitions [MoMA Exh. #469, 1951 February 13-May 13]: 6, [mf 16;637]
Recent Acquisitions [MoMA Exh. #509, 1952 May 6-June 8]: 6, [mf 16;650]
Recent Acquisitions 1946-1953, Department of Architecture and Design [MoMA Exh. #549, 1953 December 22-1954 February 28]: 66, [mf 16;667]
Recent Acquisitions (Painting and Sculpture) [MoMA Exh. #591, 1955 November 30-1956 February 22]: 6, [mf 16;693]
Recent European Acquisitions (Painting and Sculpture) [MoMA Exh. #609, 1956 November 28-1957 January 20]: 6, [mf 16;728]
Recent American Acquisitions [MoMA Exh. #617, 1957 March 14-April 30]: 6, [mf 16;779]
Recent Acquisitions [MoMA Exh. #623, 1957 November 13 - 1958 January 5]: 05, [mf 27;306], 120, [mf 31;140]
Recent Acquisitions - Paintings and Sculpture [MoMA Exh. #639, 1959 January 30-April 19]: 7D, [mf 9;691]
Recent Acquisitions [MoMA Exh. #678, 1960 December 21-1961 February 5]: General W, [mf 42;263]
Recent Acquisitions [MoMA Exh. #700, 1961 December 19-1962 February 25]: General W, [mf 42;263]
Recent Acquisitions [MoMA Exh. #715, 1962 November 20-1963 January 13]: 16, [mf 29;466]
Recent Acquisitions: Assemblage [MoMA Exh. #763, 1965 April 19-September 12]: General V, [mf 42;238]
See also Drawings Recently Acquired for the Museum's Collection; Museum of Modern Art: New Acquisitions Exhibitions

Museum of Modern Art: Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Sculpture Garden

dance in, sponsored by Junior Council, 1965 May: 116, [mf 29;549]
expansion and reopening of, 1964: 80, [mf 21;568]
"Food at the Modern Museum," Vogue, [1945], incl. menu: General M, [mf 39;753]

general,
1939: 39, [mf 10;2]
1941 July: General J, [mf 39;2]
1943: General K, [mf 39;202]
1957 May 12: General T, [mf 41;248]
1960-64: 114, [mf 29;53]
1964: 80, [mf 21;568]

opening of,
1952: 71A, [mf 17;637]
1953: General K, [mf 39;202]; General T, [mf 41;248]; General V, [mf 42;2]

planting of trees in, 1962: General X, [mf 42;447]
restaurant
articles, 1942-46: General K, [mf 39;202]
reopening of, 1954 April 28: General T, [mf 41;248]
articles, 1954: General V, [mf 42;2]
Sculpture of the XXth Century [MoMA Exh. #536, 1953 April 28-September 7]: 1A, [mf 17;677]
See also Fashion Photography

Museum of Modern Art: Special Events

articles, miscellany
1939-40: General H, [mf 38;401]
1944-46: General N, [mf 40;2]
1946-47: General O, [mf 40;210]
1947-49, 1950, 1951: General P, [mf 40;429]
1952-67: General W, [mf 42;263]

Museum of Modern Art: Staff

See Museum of Modern Art: Trustees and Staff

Museum of Modern Art: Symposia

See Symposia

Museum of Modern Art: Summer Activities, 1961

91, [mf 24;150]

Museum of Modern Art: Trustees and Staff

1929: General Y, [mf 43;2]
1929-56: General Z, [mf 43;257]
1932-34: General B, [mf 37;209]
1932-64: General X, [mf 42;447]
1934: General C, [mf 37;410]
1935: General D, [mf 37;588]
1935-36: General E, [mf 37;740]
1937-38: General F, [mf 38;2]
1939 May: General G, [mf 38;207]
1939: General V, [mf 42;2]
1940 January: General H, [mf 38;401]
1940 June 15: Archibald MacLeish, David M. Levy, Simon Guggenheim, Carleton Sprague Smith: General H, [mf 38;401]
1941-43: General J, [mf 39;2]
1942-46: General K, [mf 39;202]
1943-44: General L, [mf 39;419]
1944-45, 1947: General M, [mf 39;637]
1944-46: General N, [mf 40;2]
1946-47: General O, [mf 40;210]
1947-49, 1950, 1951: General P, [mf 40;429]
1943-52, 1956: General Q, [mf 40;666]
1950-59 (Staff only): General R, [mf 41;2]
1950-65: General Y, [mf 43;2]
1952-59: 105, [mf 27;208]
1959-1960: 100, [mf 26;2]
1960-62: 101, [mf 26;299]
1963-64: 123, [mf 32;92]

Museum of Modern Art: War Veterans' Art Center

1944-48: 126, [mf 33;326]

Museum of Modern Art (Washington, D.C. branch)

24A, [mf 7;98]
re: committee activities (1937 May)
Mrs. Dwight F. Davis's sponsorship of French Masters exhibition (1937 November)
opening of (1937 October)
private film showing for diplomats and government officials at the Sulgrave Club (1937 May)
Sporting Painting exhibition (1937 December)

Museum of Modern Art: Young People's Gallery

exhibition in, Bambi: The Making of an Animated Sound Picture at the Young People's Gallery [MoMA Exh. #189, 1942 July 15-August 20]: 3A, [mf 22;465]

general,
1937: 83A, [mf 22;358]
1946: 126, [mf 33;326]

opening of, 1937 December: 83A, [mf 22;358]
reinstallation of gallery space after relocation of Young People's Gallery to the annex, 1952 December: General T, [mf 41;248]
relocation to Museum annex, 1952 December: General T, [mf 41;248]

Museum of Modern Art Color Reproductions [MoMA Exh. #302, 1945 November 28-1946 January 3]

05, [mf 27;352]

Museums

general,
"Decadent Art Museums" by Thomas Craven, American Mercury, 1941 December: General J, [mf 39;142]
"The Economic Plight of U.S. Museums Today," by Aline B. Saarinen, The New York Times, 1959 August 9 [issue includes other articles related to museum problems]: 9, [mf 25;596]

general,
1955-61: 108, [mf 28;14]
1959: 99, [mf 25;595]

"Museums Thrive on Depression," by Russell Newcomb, American Mercury (Camden), 1934 August (p 468): General B, [mf 37;406]
"What Makes a Museum Modern?," by Agnes Mongan, Art News, 1944 August 1: General L, [mf 39;548]
"Where Art Meets," by Clarence Woodbury, New York Herald Tribune, 1943 December 5: General L, [mf 39;467]

Music and Musicians [MoMA Exh. #364, 1947 December 16-1948 February 23, 1948-49]

8D, [mf 13;497]

Musical Art Quartet

See Concerts

Mystery and Sentiment [C/E 1940-41]

4, [mf 12;164]

Nadelman, Elie

Elie Nadelman [MoMA Exh. #388, 1948 October 5-November 28]: 3E, [mf 11;528,F565]
The Sculpture of Elie Nadelman [MoMA Exh. cat.] by Lincoln Kirstein [ca. 1948], reviews: 43E, [mf 11;528,565]
influence on fashion design, 1948: 43E, [mf 11;536]
"A Forgotten Master" by Alfred Werner, The Jewish Quarterly, 1962-63 Winter (pp 26-29): 134, [mf 36;237]

Nakian, Reuben

article, 1935 June: General D, [mf 37;588]
article, 1938 December 6: General G, [mf 38;207]
Reuben Nakian [C/E 61-51, 1962-63]: 12, [mf 28;681]
See also Museum of Modern Art: Acquisitions

National Arts Foundation, 1949 January:

General P, [mf 40;429]
National Defense Poster Competition [MoMA Exh. #139, 1941 July 16-September 7; C/E 1941-43]: 3, [mf 14;501]

National Exhibition of Art by the Public Works of Art Project [MoMA Exh. #35, 1934 September 19-October 7]

6, [mf 5;125]

National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., 1961-64

107, [mf 27;676]

National Poster Contest

article, December 1935: 24, [mf 7;1]

National War Poster Competition [MoMA Exh. #207, 1942 November 25-1943 January 3]

8, [mf 15;386]

Native American Art

Navajo Indian sand paintings, 1937 February: General F, [mf 38;2]
See also Indian Art of the United States Navy League
reception at The Museum of Modern Art, 1942 September: General K, [mf 39;202]

Naylor, Genevieve

Faces and Places in Brazil: Photographs by Genevieve Naylor [MoMA Exh. #215, 1943 January 27-February 28]: E, [mf 2;427]

Nazi Third Reich

article, 1959 June 17: 97, [mf 25;212]
See also German Art

New Acquisition Exhibitions

See Museum of Modern Art: New Acquisition Exhibitions

New American Painting [ICE-F-36-57, 1958-59]

8, [mf 21;276]

New American Painting as Shown in 8 European Countries 1958-1959, The [MoMA Exh. #645, 1959 May 28-September 8; ICE-F-36-47]:

106, [F27;R480]
Leonard Bernstein at exhibition opening (photo): 106, [mf 27;480]

New Architecture and the Bauhaus, The

by Walter Gropius, 1937, book reviews: 33, [mf 8;487]

New Bauhaus, The (Chicago)

dedication ceremony, 1937: General X, [mf 42;488]

New Children's Holiday Carnival of Modern Art [MoMA Exh. #526, 1952 December 9-1953 January 11]

5, [mf 25;27]

New Decade: 35 Painters and Sculptors, The

by John I. H. Baur, Whitney Museum of American Art, 1955, book reviews: 37E, [mf 9;729]

New Decade: 22 European Painters and Sculptors, The [MoMA Exh. #579, 1955 May 10-November 7]

7E, [mf 9;714]
The New Decade
22 European Painters and Sculptors
[MoMA Exh. cat.], Andrew Carnduff Ritchie, ed. [incl. statements by the artists], reviews: 37E, [mf 9;729]
"The New Decade," by Robert Rosenblum, Art Digest 1955 May 15: 37E, [mf 9;739]
"This Is San Francisco," radio broadcast for KCBS (San Francisco) re: The New Decade exhibition, 1956 February 15: 37E, [mf 9;727]
transcript from the "Jane Todd Show," radio broadcast for KCBS (San Francisco) re: The New Decade exhibition, 1956
February 2: 37E, [mf 9;726]

New Dormitories for Smith College [MoMA Exh. #307, 1946 February 5-April 14]

4, [mf 16;499]

New Country House by Frank Lloyd Wright: Scale Model, A [MoMA Exh. #321, 1946 June 18-September 3]

3C, [mf 11;233]

New House by Frank Lloyd Wright, A [MoMA Exh. #70, 1938 January 25-March 6]

8, [mf 5;327;339]

New Horizons in American Art [MoMA Exh. #52, 1936 September 15-October 12; C/E 1937-38]

9A, [mf 7;521]
acquisitions of children's art: 29A, [mf 7;611]

New Images of Man [#651, 1959 September 30-November 29]

3A, [mf 19;382]; General W, [mf 42;263]
New Images of Man [MoMA Exh. cat.] by Peter Selz, reviews: 73A, [mf 19;382]

New Japanese Painting and Sculpture, The, 1962

131, [mf 35;110]
ICE-D-13-64, 1965-66: 125, [mf 33;196]

New Lamps [MoMA Exh. #473, 1951 March 27-June 3]

7B, [mf 9;488]; 43I, [mf 12;108]; 89, [mf 23;590]

New Photographers [MoMA Exh. #322, 1946 June 18-September 15; C/E 1946-48]

3C, [mf 11;248]

New Posters from 16 Countries [MoMA Exh. #424, 1949 October 11-November 20]

6, [mf 20;591]

New Rugs by American Artists [MoMA Exh. #188, 1942 June 30-August 9]

incl. fashion photography at exhibition: 43A, [mf 11;2]

New Spanish Painting and Sculpture [MoMA Exh. #668, 1960 July 20-September 28; C/E 59-3, 1960-62]

8C, [mf 13;393]

"New Talent" Exhibition Series
New Talent VI - Monroe, Schwartz, Sowers [MoMA Exh. #546, 1953 November 17-1954 January 31]

2A, [mf 18;754]
New Talent VII [MoMA Exh. #577, 1955 April 19-May 22]: 7E, [mf 9;702]
New Talent VIII [MoMA Exh. #592, 1955 December 6-1956 January 22]: 5B, [mf 20;504]
New Talent IX [MoMA Exh. #602, 1956 May 1-June 10]: 5, [mf 20;24]
New Talent X [MoMA Exh. #618, 1957 April 9-May 12]: 8, [mf 21;366]
New Talent XI - David V. Hayes [MoMA Exh. #642, 1959 April 1-May 3]: 06, [mf 27;536]
New Talent XII - Ronnie Soldert [MoMA Exh. #648, 1959 September 15-November 1]: 06, [mf 27;536]
New Talent XIII - Peter Voulkos [MoMA Exh. #658, 1960 February 1-March 13]: 1, [mf 17;562]
New Talent XIV (Baden, Gaudnek, Rabkin) [MoMA Exh. #669, 1960 September 20-October 30]: 8C, [mf 13;459]

New York Civilian Defense Volunteer Office (CDVO)

general,
1944: General L, [mf 39;419]
New York Public Library
Dance Archive, 1959: 120, [mf 31;131]
Donnell Branch, articles, 1944: General L, [mf 39;419]

New York Regents Educational Television Project

Museum of Modern Art presents "The American Film: An Introduction" in collaboration with the Regents Project,
1959 September: 99, [mf 25;652]

New York School

"Remburgers and Hambrandts," by Cleve Gray, Art in America, 1963 November: 117, [mf 30;82]

New York Society of Women Artists
Annual Exhibit at the Squibb Art Gallery, 1935 December:

General E, [mf 37;740]

Newberry, John S.
John S. Newberry: A Memorial Exhibition [MoMA Exh. #761, 1965 April 13-July 14; C/E 64-9, 1965-67]

27, [mf 33;676]

Newhall, Beaumont

appointment, curator, George Eastman House, Rochester, 1949 November: 83, [mf 22;286]
appointment, librarian, Museum of Modern Art, 1935 October 19: General D, [mf 37;588]; General H, [mf 38;401]

books by,
The History of Photography: 94, [mf 24;587]
The History of Photography From 1839 to the Present Day: 94, [mf 24;587]; 122, [mf 31;727,766]
Guggenheim Award recipient, 1947 July: 83, [mf 22;281]

lectures by,
on Modern photography, Manhattan Camera Club, 1940: General I, [mf 38;599]
for Photographic Society of America, 1939 October: General H, [mf 38;401]
on photography at the Providence Art Club Ladies' Afternoon
1941 March: 43, [mf 10;807]

marriage announcement, 1936: General E, [mf 37;740]
participant in round-table discussions on photography, 1940: General H, [mf 38;401]
promotion to major in the Air Force, 1945 March: 43B, [mf 11;85]

Newhall, Nancy

Edward Weston, by Newhall, 1961-1966, reviews: 67, [mf 17;2]

Newmeyer, Sarah

general,
1940: 136, [mf 37;2]
"The Museum and the Redhead," by Roger Butterfield, Saturday Evening Post (Philadelphia), 1947 April 5: General O, [mf 40;307]
playwright: transformed Esther Former novel into play performed by Tributary Theater of Boston, 1945 January: General M, [mf 39;637]
resignation as Publicity Director, 1948 March 31: General P, [mf 40;429]

Niemeyer, Oskar

See From Le Corbusier to Niemeyer, 1929-1949

Nitsche, Erik (The Museum of Modern Art Design Consultant)

article, 1951 March 5: General T, [mf 41;248]

Noguchi, Isamu

"Isamu Noguchi," by Thomas B. Hess, Art News, 1946 September: 68, [mf 17;205]

Nolde, Emil

Emil Nolde, 1867-1956 [MoMA Exh. #719, 1963 March 6-April 30]: 3, [mf 24;326]
Emil Nolde [MoMA Exh. cat.] by Peter Selz, 1963, reviews: 93, [mf 24;326]

Northwestern University

exhibition of miniature stage models and photographs [MoMA Exh. #360, 1947-48], organized with the assistance of The Museum of Modern Art, 1949 January: 48D, [mf 13;494]

Nowicki, Matthew

Matthew Nowicki [MoMA Exh. #460, 1950 September 26-October 22]: H, [mf 2;706]

Noyes, Eliot F.

appointment as Director of the Department of Industrial Design: General Q, [mf 40;666]
lecture, "The Parable of the Whiffle Bird and the Furniture Industry," at the Fashion Group luncheon, New York, 1941
February: 35C, [mf 9;31]
radio broadcast, "America in Transition," re: Organic Design in Home Furnishings [MoMA Exh. #148, 1941]: 5C, [mf 9;46]
resignation from directorship, 1945 May: General N, [mf 40;2]
"The Shape of Things," Consumer Reports (New York), 1950 June: 136, [mf 37;104]

O'Hara, Maureen

photographs objects at The Museum of Modern Art, 1960 April 17: 99, [mf 25;607]

Objects
1900 and Today
[MoMA Exh. #27, 1933 April 10-25]

2, [mf 1;834]

Occupational Therapy: Its Function and Purpose [MoMA Exh. #231, 1943 June 2-October 17]

2D, [mf 2;349]

Office of Inter-American Affairs

circulating exhibitions to Latin America, 1941-43: General J, [mf 39;167]; General X, [mf 42;447]

O'Keeffe, Georgia

articles, general, 1938: General F, [mf 38;2]
Georgia O'Keeffe [MoMA Exh. #319, 1946 May 14-August 25]: 67, [mf 17;163]

Olivetti: Design in Industry [MoMA Exh. #523, 1952 October 21-November 30]

11A, [mf 4;440]

100 Drawings from the Museum Collection [MoMA Exh. #674, 1961 October 11-January 2]

71D, [mf 18;275]

100 Useful Objects of Fine Design (available under $100) [MoMA Exh. #357, 1947 September 16-1948 January 25]

69, [mf 17;420]

One Picture Exhibitions, The Museum of Modern Art Circulating Exhibition tour for colleges: Cézanne, Renoir, Gauguin 1934:

General C, [mf 37;410]
1935: General D, [mf 37;588]

Op Art

articles by John Canaday, Emily Genauer, Charlotte Willard, others: 128, [mf 34;2]
influence on fashion, interior decoration and textile designs, 1965: 128, [mf 34;2], 129, [mf 34;428]

Organic Design in Home Furnishings [MoMA Exh. #148, 1941 September 24-November 9, C/E 1941-42]

35C, [mf 9;2]

Original Illustrations for Children's Books [MoMA Exh. #317, 1946 April 16-June 2]

126, [mf 33;326]

Orozco, José Clemente

obituary, 1949 September 11: 77, [mf 21;160]
Orozco: Studies for the Dartmouth Murals [MoMA Exh. #698, 1961 November 22-1962 January 21, C/E 61-46, 1962-64]: 49A, [mf 14;103]
See also Twenty Centuries of Mexican Art

Otis, Alice

marriage to J. W. Fuller Potter, Jr., 1945 June 29: General M, [mf 39;637]

Overbury, George (Pop) Hart

obituary, 1938 September: General B, [mf 37;209]

Pacific Report: Photographs by W. Eugene Smith [unnumbered MoMA Exh., 1944]

59, [mf 15;602]

Package, The [MoMA Exh. #647, 1959 September 9-November 1]

99, [mf 25;645] ; 105, [mf 27;312] ; 106, [mf 27;544]

Painting and Sculpture by Living Americans [MoMA Exh. #9, 1930 December 3-1931 January 20]

1, [mf 1;306]

Painting and Sculpture from the Museum Collection [MoMA Exh. #110, 1941 October 23-January 12]

2B, [mf 2;196]

Painting and Sculpture from the Museum Collection: New Acquisitions [MoMA Exh. #573, 1955 March 5-April 24]

66, [mf 16;685]

Painting and Sculpture from 16 American Cities [MoMA Exh. #32, 1933 December 11-1934 January 7]

11, [mf 4;257]; General D, [mf 37;588]

Painting in Paris [MoMA Exh. #3, 1929 January 18-1930 March 2]

1929 Clippings: [mf 1;102]
1930 Clippings: [mf 1;172]

Painting, Sculpture, Prints [MoMA Exh. #85 part of Art in Our Time
[10th Anniversary Exhibition
, 1939 May 10-September 30]

39, [mf 10;3,88,138]

Paintings by Amateurs: [MoMA Exh. #586, 1955 October 12-November 20]

95, [mf 25;76]

Paintings by French Children [MoMA Exh. #366, 1948 January 13-March 21]

48D, [mf 13;505]

Paintings by Italian Children [MoMA Exh. #571, 1955 February 16-March 20]

95, [mf 25;76]

Paintings by Japanese Children, Aged 6-12 [MoMA Exh. #428, 1949 November 2-November 27]

126, [mf 33;326]

Paintings by 19 Living Americans [MoMA Exh. #2, 1930 December 12-January 12]

1929 Clippings, [mf 1;102]

Paintings for Paris [MoMA Exh. #64, 1937 November 8-December 13]

34, [mf 8;552]

Paintings from New York Private Collections [MoMA Exh. #325, 1946 July 2-September 22]

43C, [mf 11;274]

Paintings from Private Collections [MoMA Exh. #580, 1955 May 31-September 7]

37E, [mf 9;733]

Paintings, Sculpture, and Graphic Arts from the Museum Collection [MoMA Exh. #324, 1946 July 2, reopened 1954 September 12]

43C, [mf 11;274]

Paley, Mrs. William S. [Barbara Cushing]
article, Vogue, 1949 February 1:

General P, [mf 40;429]
"The Three Cushing Girls and their Successful Marriages," by Martha Martin, New York News, 1947 August 3: General 0, [mf 40;378]

Pan-American Day

1942 April 14: General K, [mf 39;202]

Pan-American Games

exhibition assembled for the Games by The Museum of Modern Art, 1959 July: 99, [mf 25;605]

Pan American Society

reception at MoMA, 1940 September: General I, [mf 38;599]

Pan-American Union: School of the Art of the Americas

articles, 1941: General J, [mf 39;2]

Paolozzi, Eduardo

Eduardo Paolozzi [MoMA Exh. #748, 1964 September 21-November 10]: General Y, [mf 43;2]

Paper Works (Art Lending Service) [MoMA Exh. #946, 1970 November 24-1971 January 10]

83A, [mf 22;324]

Parkinson, Elizabeth Bliss

engagement, 1932 December: General Z, [mf 43;257]
"Spacemaking - 1960," [re: Parkinson apartment], Vogue, 1960 March: 84, [mf 22;632]

Pascin, Jules

Sketchbook, theft, 1964 August: 123, [mf 32;78]

Pavlova, Anna

Pavlova Memorial Exhibition [MoMA Exh. #122, 1941 January 7-March 6, C/E 1941]: 43, [mf 10;849]

Paley, Mrs. William S. (Babe)

photograph with blurb, 1949: General O, [mf 40;210]
Peel, Antonin
See War Caricatures by Hoffmeister and Peel

Peirce, Waldo

articles,
April 29: General J, [mf 39;2]
1947 April 18: General O, [mf 40;210]

Photographs by Irving Penn [C/E 61-44, 1962-65]

112, [mf 28;649]

Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, D.C. [MoMA Exh. #745, 1964 August 1-September 13]

General Y, [mf 43;2]

Percussion concert at The Museum of Modern Art

See Concerts

Perkins, Frances

speaker at the Council of the General Federation of Women's Clubs
other speakers were Alan R. Blackburn, Jr. and Edward M. M. Warburg: General Z, [mf 43;257]

Persian Fresco Painting [MoMA Exh. #19, 1932 October 12-November 20]

7, [mf 3;404]; General B, [mf 37;209]; General Z, [mf 43;257]

Pevsner, Antoine

Gabo-Pevsner [MoMA Exh. #369, 1948 February 10-April 25]: 48D, [mf 13;515]

Pevsner, Nikolaus

Pioneers of Modern Design, from William Morris to Walter Gropius, reviews: 110, [mf 28;236]

Phenomena of Jean Dubuffet, The [C/E 60-6, 1961-65]

112, [mf 28;645]

Phillips Memorial Gallery (Phillips Collection), Washington, D.C.

exhibition of works by Picasso, Marin and Boardman Robinson, 1938 April: 27, [mf 7;372]

Photo Essay, The [MoMA Exh. #760, 1965 March 16-May 16]

125, [mf 33;203]

Photo-Secession (American Photography 1902-1910) [MoMA Exh. #386, 1948 September 29-November 28]

43E, [mf 11;559]; General P, [mf 40;429]

Photographer and the American Landscape, The [MoMA Exh. #728, 1963 September 24-December 1, C/E 63-15, 1964-65]

115, [mf 29;382;445]

Photographer's Eye, The [MoMA Exh. #741, 1964 May 27-August 23, C/E 64-6, 1964-66]

103, [mf 26;620], 121, [mf 31;545]

Photographic Poster, The [MoMA Exh. #746, 1964 September 7-November 30]

General Y, [mf 43;2]

Photographs by Bill Brandt, Harry Callahan, Ted Croner, Lisette Model [MoMA Exh. #394, 1948 November 30-1949 January 16]

48E, [mf 13;654]

Photographs by Lewis Carroll [MoMA Exh. #458, 1950 September 26-December 3]

2H, [mf 2;683]

Photographs by 51 Photographers [MoMA Exh. #454, 1950 August 1-September 17]

2H, [mf 2;657]

Photographs by David Octavius Hill and Robert Adamson [MoMA Exh. #145, 1941 September 9-October 19]

53, [mf 14;605]

Photographs by Irving Penn [C/E 61-44, 1962-65]

112, [mf 28;649]

Photographs by Lartigue [MoMA Exh. #725, 1963 July 1-November 3, C/E 63-16, 1964-66]

115, [mf 29;326]

Photographs for Collectors [MoMA Exh. #671, 1960 October 1-October 16]

110, [mf 28;343]

Photographs from the Museum Collection [MoMA Exh. #636, 1958 November 26-1959 January 18]

43G, [mf 11;715]

Photographs of the Civil War and the American Frontier [MoMA Exh. #172, 1942 March 3-April 5, C/E 1942-43]

56, [mf 14;903]

Photographs of Henri Cartier-Bresson, The [MoMA Exh. #343, 1947 February 4-June 4]

42, [mf 10;634]
The Photographs of Henri Cartier-Bresson [MoMA Exh. cat.] by Lincoln Kirstein and Beaumont Newhall, 1947, reviews: 42, [mf 10;634]

Photographs of Picasso by Gjon Mili and by Robert Capa [MoMA Exh. #435, 1950 January 24-March 19]

76, [mf 20;661]

Photographs of Edward Weston [MoMA Exh. #311, 1946 February 11-March 31]

67, [mf 17;2]

Photography

general
1940: 43, [mf 10;783]
1941-49: 83, [mf 22;189]
1942: 52, [mf 14;371]
1959-63: 110, [mf 28;279]
1963-65: 124, [mf 32;447]
"The Muse was not for Hire," by James Thrall Soby, Saturday Review[SR], 1962 September 22: 110, [mf 28;308]
Photography as Art - controversy surrounding photography as an artistic medium: 43, [mf 10;783]
volunteer services during World War II: "A Call to Photographers," by Edward Steichen: 83, [mf 22;189]

Photography 1839-1937 [MoMA Exh. #60, 1937 March 17-April 18, C/E 1937-1938]

32, [mf 8;290]

"Photography in the Fine Arts"

exhibition at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1960 May: 110, [mf 28;279]

Photography Recent Acquisitions, Stieglitz-Atget [MoMA Exh. #442, 1950 March 28-May 7]

66, [mf 16;637]

Photography (Six Women Photographers) [MoMA Exh. #425, 1949 October 11-November 20]

76, [mf 20;595]

Photography Symposia, held at Museum

1948 March: 83, [mf 22;189]
1961: General Y, [mf 43;2]

Picasso, Pablo

articles about, listed chronologically,
departure from Paris during World War II, 1940: 40, [mf 10;364]
"Picasso Mural Stirs Controversy," by Harold Stacy, Dispatch (Columbus, Ohio), 1941 November 9: General J, [mf 39;116]
"But Where is Picasso?" by André Géry, Vogue, 1942 March 1: General K, [mf 39;211]
Picasso survives the Nazi occupation in Paris, 1944 August: 37, [mf 9;357]

general,
1944: General L, [mf 39;419]
"New French Art; Picasso Fostered it Under the Nazis," Life, 1944 November 13: General L, [mf 39;621]
"Picasso at 65 - Still Unpredictable," by John L. Brown, The New York Times, 1946 October 29 (p 13): General N, [mf 40;149]
"The Early Picasso," Art Digest (New York), 1947 October 15: General O, [mf 40;415]
Gertrude Stein by Picasso lent by the Metropolitan Museum of Art to The Museum of Modern Art, 1948 January: General P, [mf 40;429]
"Picasso is a Wealthy Communist," Auckland Star (New Zealand), 1950 November 22: 77, [mf 21;168]
"Portraits by Picasso," by Alfred H. Barr, Jr., The New York Times Magazine, 1957 May 18: 85, [mf 22;799]
Picasso and dance, 1957 September: General U, [mf 41;543]
"Much of Contemporary Painting Based on Picasso's Cubism," by Miriam Hait, Journal (Lorain, Ohio), 1960 April 16: 97, [mf 25;408]
"Picasso, Myth and Reality," by Alfred Werner, The Painter and Sculptor, 1961 Summer (pp 1-6): 135, [mf 36;472]
"A Masterpiece in the Making," by Terence Mullaly, The Daily Telegraph (London), 1964 September 10: 117, [mf 30;255]
Bust of Sylvette installed at New York University, 1967: 37D, [mf 9;673]
Picasso's palm, n.d.: General L, [mf 39;620]
See also Museum of Modern Art: Acquisitions: Photographs of Picasso by Gjon Mili and Recent Acquisitions: 61 Lithographs by Toulouse-Lautrec and 31 Aquatints by Picasso for Buffon's "Histoire Naturelle"

books about,
After Picasso by James Thrall Soby, 1935 [book reviews]: General D, [mf 37;588]
Picasso: Forty Years of His Art ed. by Alfred H. Barr, Jr., 1939: 40, [mf 10;301]
Picasso: Fifty Years of His Art by Alfred H. Barr, Jr., 1946: 94, [mf 24;587]

exhibitions at The Museum of Modern Art, listed chronologically,
Picasso: 40 Years of His Art [MoMA Exh. #91, 1940 November 15-January 7, C/E 1940-43]: 40, [mf 10;193]; General H, [mf 38;401]
influence of Picasso's use of color on fabric designs by Dorothy Liebes [MoMA Exh. #91, 1940, C/E 1940-43]: 40, [mf 10;365]
Masterpieces of Picasso [MoMA Exh. #138, 1941 July 16-September]: General J, [mf 39;2]
Picasso Exhibition for Mexico City [unnumbered MoMA Exh., 1944]: 61, [mf 15;823]
Picasso: His Graphic Art [MoMA Exh. #501, 1952 February 13-April 20]: 120, [mf 31;155]
Picasso Masterworks [MoMA Exh. #574, 1955 March 15-April 24]: 66, [mf 16;685]
Picasso 75th Anniversary [MoMA Exh. #619, 1957 May 4-August 25]: 85, [mf 22;792]; General U, [mf 41;543]
Picasso's Guernica [MoMA Exh. #266a 1943 July 26-1981]: 59, [mf 15;521]
80th Birthday Exhibition - Picasso; The Museum Collection - Present and Future [MoMA Exh. #705, 1962 May 14-September 18]: 102, [mf 26;393]; General Y, [mf 43;2]
exhibitions at other institutions [listed chronologically],
at the Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, 1934 February: General B, [mf 37;209]
at the Phillips Memorial Gallery (Phillips Collection), Washington, D.C., 1938 April: 27, [mf 7;372]
at the Valentine Gallery, New York, 1938 November: General G, [mf 38;207]
in Mexico City, 1944 August: 61, [mf 15;823]
Guernica exhibited in Japan, 1963: 134, [mf 36;2]

fashion, influence on,
Bergdorf Goodman exhibits 7 Picasso paintings with furs, 1940: 40, [mf 10;333]
Picasso, and fashions at Bonwit Teller, 1940: 40, [mf 10;223,258]
prints, 1963: 125, [mf 33;305]

Pictures for Children Competition [MoMA Exh. #164, 1941 December 10-1942 January 25, C/E 1942-46]

83A, [mf 22;399]

Piper, John

article [subject: Piper's portrait of King George of England], 1946 May: 53, [mf 14;495]
article, [subject: Oedipus scenery design], 1946 May: 53, [mf 14;506]

Pippin, Horace

article, 1941 January 17: General I, [mf 38;599]
Masters of Popular Painting: Modern Primitives of Europe and America [MoMA Exh. #76, 1938 April 27-July 24; C/E 1938-39]: 36, [mf 9;299]
obituary, 1946 July 4: General N, [mf 40;2]

Playground Sculpture [MoMA Exh. #562, 1954 June 30-August 22]

51, [mf 14;295]; General Y, [mf 43;2]

PM Competition: The Artist as Reporter [MoMA Exh. #105, 1940 April 15-May 7, C/E 1940-42]

44, [mf 12;216]

Poetry

Poetry Evening presented by the Junior Council at The Museum of Modern Art, 1953 May 13; new poets presented by Marianne Moore and W. H. Auden: General T, [mf 41;248]

Polio Poster Competition [MoMA Exh. #427, 1949 October 31-November 20]

76, [mf 20;599]

Politics and Art

general,
1936: General E, [mf 37;740]
1955: General R, [mf 41;2]
"Art Under the Soviet and Nazi Dictatorships," [lecture by Alfred H. Barr, Jr., at The Museum of Modern Art], 1952 December: 10]; General T, [mf 41;360,516]
"Arts Gain Federal Support," by Gertrude Benson, Philadelphia Inquirer, n.d.: General V, [mf 42;56]
Nazi boycott, 1939 July: General G, [mf 38;207]
"Political Control of Artists Rapped," by Lawrence Dame [re: speech by Alfred H. Barr, Jr. on freedom of art expression,
at Eighth Annual Art Symposium], Herald-Tribune, 1955 April 4: 105, [mf 27;212]

Communism and Modern Art
Barr and Congressman Dondero, 1949 August: General P, [mf 40;429]
"Is Modern Art Communistic?" by Alfred H. Barr, Jr., The New York Times Magazine, 1952 December 14 (pp 22-29): General R, [mf 41;4]
general: 1963: 116, [mf 29;522]
See also Censorship in the Arts; German Art; World War II and Art

Pollock, Jackson

Jackson Pollock [MoMA Exh. #612, 1956 December 19-1957 February 3, ICE-F-35-57, 1958-59]: 78, [mf 21;216]

Pop Art

"The House that Built Art," [on The Museum of Modern Art] by Richard Lemon, Washington Post, 1963 January 30: 123, [mf 32;334]
"Pop Art Jars Critics But it Sells. . . Up to $8,000," by Richard F. Whalen, South Bend Tribune, 1965 January 21: 123, [mf 32;310]

Porter, Allen

Tchelitchew painting in private collection, 1948 July: General P, [mf 40;429]
renovation of Lutheran Church for weekend home, 1949 December: General T, [mf 41;248]

Porter, Eliot

Birds in Color: Photos by Eliot Porter [MoMA Exh. #220, 1943 March 10-April 18]: 2E, [mf 2;473]

Porter, Priscilla Manning

"Fused Glass New Art Form," by Joseph B. Stephens, Republican (Waterbury, Conn.), 1964 November 22: 123, [mf 32;177]

Portinari, Candido

Portinari of Brazil [MoMA Exh. #108, 1940 October 9-November 17, C/E 1941]: 47, [mf 12;516]
See also Museum of Modern Art: Acquisitions

Portraits from the Museum Collection [MoMA Exh. #664, 1960 May 4-July 5, C/E 60-3, 1961-64]

119, [mf 30;630]

Post-Impressionism from van Gogh to Gauguin

by John Rewald, reviews: 79, [mf 21;404]

Posters by A. M. Cassandre [MoMA Exh. #45a, 1936 January 14-February 16]

20, [mf 5;504]

Posters by E. McKnight Kauffer [MoMA Exh. #59, 1937 February 10-March 7, C/E 1937-39]

33, [mf 8;413]

Posters from the Davis Collection [MoMA Exh. #448, 1950 May 24-July 26]

2H, [mf 2;623], 76, [mf 20;591]

Posters in the Penthouse (Art Lending Service) [MoMA Exh. #1082, 1974 December 6-1975 February 28]

83A, [mf 22;324]

Postwar European Photography [MoMA Exh. #537, 1953 May 26-August 23]

71A, [mf 17;734]

Power in the Pacific: Battle Photographs of Our Navy in Action on the Sea and in the Sky [MoMA Exh. #275, 1945 January 23-March 20,
C/E 1945-46]

59, [mf 15;615]

Pre-Columbian Art

See Ancient Arts of the Andes

Prehistoric Rock Pictures in Europe and Africa [MoMA Exh. #61, 1937 April 28-May 30; C/E 1937-1939]

26, [mf 7;292]
Prehistoric Rock Pictures in Europe and Africa by Professor Leo Frobenius and Douglas C. Fox, ca. 1937, reviews; incl. articles re: Leo Frobenius at opening: 94, [mf 24;587]
Prehistoric Rock Pictures from the Frobenius Collection [C/E 1937-39]: General G, [mf 38;207]

Premium Toys Designed for Industry [MoMA Exh. #544, 1953 October 13-December 27]

95, [mf 25;65]

Prendergast, Charles

obituary, 1948 April 22: General P, [mf 40;429]

Preview: Dance Archives [MoMA Exh. #100, 1940 March 6-April 7]

44, [mf 12;172]

Primitives, Modern

"American Primitives," by Anita Brenner, The New York Times, 1941 April 6: General J, [mf 39;11]
See also Masters of Popular Painting: Modern Primitives of Europe and America

Print Gift of Victor S. Riesenfeld and Matisse: "Jazz": Gift of the Artist [MoMA Exh. #387, 1948 October 1-October 31]

86, [mf 23;2]

Printed Textiles for the Home [MoMA Exh. #345, 1947 March 11-June 15]

42, [mf 10;669]

Printmaking

"The Printmaking Renaissance," by Egbert Jacobson, Tampa Tribune, 1964 November 1: 117, [mf 30;297]

Prints by Max Beckmann [MoMA Exh. #489, 1951 September 18-October 24]

72C, [mf 19;101]

Prints by Five German Expressionists [C/E 60-10, 1961-63]

112, [mf 28;622]

Prints by Jennie Lewis [C/E ca. 1940]

44, [mf 12;164]

Prints by Nolde and Kirchner [MoMA Exh. #589, 1955 November 8-1956 January 8]

75B, [mf 20;438]

Prints by Sickert, Valloton, and Signac [C/E 60-8, 1961-64]

112, [mf 28;518]

Prints of Georges Rouault, The [MoMA Exh. #79, 1938 September 28-November 18, C/E 1939-42]

37, [mf 9;308]; General G, [mf 38;207]; General Z, [mf 43;257]

Psychology and Art

"The Artist Conscious and Subconscious," [editorial] by Rudolf Arnheim, Art News, 1957 Summer: General R, [mf 41;116]
Art and the Intellect by Harold Taylor: 88, [mf 23;431], 136, [mf 37;46]

Public School Art of Two Cities: Chicago and New York [MoMA Exh. #200, 1942 October 14-November 15]

83A, [mf 22;465]

 

Q-T

Index Title
Quintanella, Luis

Broadcast, CBS, with John Hay Whitney re: "Steps Toward Pan-American Unity," 1941 February 28: General J, [mf 39;2]
Luis Quintanella: An Exhibition of Drawings of the War in Spain [MoMA Exh. #74, 1938 March 5-April 18,C/E 1938-39]: 18, [mf 5;377]

Randall, Byron

articles, 1941: General J, [mf 39;2]

Rauschenberg, Robert

Change, Inc., 1974: 83A, [mf 22;352]

Realism in Photography [MoMA Exh. #416, 1949 July 26-September 25]

71C, [mf 18;150]

Recent Acquisition Exhibitions

See Museum of Modern Art: Recent Acquisition Exhibitions

Recent American Painting and Sculpture [C/E 61-17, 1961-63]

80, [mf 21;803], 112, [mf 28;518]

Recent American Painting: Abstract Expressionists [C/E 59-6, 1959]

Museum exhibition in Albany, New York: 99, [mf 25;645]
Recent American Prints 1947-1953 [MoMA Exh. #538, 1953 June 23-October 4]: 120, [mf 31;143]

Recent American Woodcuts and Prints, by Marin, Hopper, and Weber [MoMA Exh. #519, 1952 September 9-November 16]

11A, [mf 4;434]

Recent Drawings U.S.A [MoMA Exh. #601, 1955 April 25-August 5: sponsored by the Junior Council]

133, [mf 35;510]

Recent Japanese Prints [C/E 60-9, 1962-65]

112, [mf 28;518]

Recent Painting U.S.A.: The Figure [MoMA Exh. #707, 1962 May 23-August 26, C/E 61-30, 1962-1963]

102, [mf 26;416,F493]; General Y, [mf 43;2]

Recent Sculpture U.S.A. [MoMA Exh. #644, 1959 May 13-August 16 sponsored by the Junior Council]

71E, [mf 18;364]; General Y, [mf 43;2]

Redon, Odilon Toulouse-Lautrec, Redon [MoMA Exh. #10, 1931 January 31-March 2]

1, [mf 1;358], 105, [mf 27;331]
Redon: Drawings and Lithographs [MoMA Exh. #502, 1952 February 13-April 20]: 120, [mf 31;155]
Redon, Moreau, Bresdin [MoMA Exh. #699, 1961 December 6-1962 January 28]: 49A, [mf 14;111]

Refregier, Anton

awarded prize for LaGuardia mural in the Hotel Lexington, 1941: General J, [mf 39;2]

Refugee Artists

"Refugees Picture 17 'Days of Hell' Sailing Atlantic," Press (Mobile, Alabama), 1941 September 7 and other articles, 1941-42: General J, [mf 39;2]
articles, 1942-46: General K, [mf 39;202]
See also Emergency Rescue Committee, German Art

Religion and Art

"Art and Protestantism," by John E. Cantelon, Southern California Presbyterianism, 1965 March: 117, [mf 30;2]
"The Face of Christ: A Portfolio of His Image Through the Ages," Fortune, 1946 January: 48B, [mf 13;332]
"Religion and Modern Art," The Christian Educator 6(2), 1963 January/March (p 16): 134, [mf 36;212]
"Sick Art or Sick Man?" by Jean Louise Smith, Teenways, 1965 March 7: 117, [mf 30;360]
"Windows, Worship, and Wonder," by Eleanor B. Stock, Workers of Youth, 1964 December: 117, [mf 30;2]

Religious Folk Art of the Southwest [ Exh. #226, 1943 April 28-June 13]

48A, [mf 13;2]

Renoir, Pierre-Auguste

article, General B, [mf 37;209]
See also Museum of Modern Art: Acquisitions; One Picture Exhibitions

Reproductions

article, 1933 November: General B, [mf 37;209]
articles, 1945: 105, [mf 27;352]
article, 1946 February: General N, [mf 40;2]
"Are They Just the Same?" by Louise MacVeagh, Jr. League, 1937 January: General F, [mf 38;18]
color reproductions of paintings in the permanent collection of The Museum of Modern Art, 1938 January: General F, [mf 38;2]
color reproductions on postcards, 1938: General F, [mf 38;2]
Duke University, exhibition of color reproductions from The Museum of Modern Art, 1934 December 4 (assembled by Alfred H. Barr, Jr.): General C, [mf 37;410]
Museum of Modern Art Color Reproductions [MoMA Exh. #302, 1945 November 28-1946 January 3]: 105, [mf 27;352]

Reproductions of Paintings and Drawings by Vincent van Gogh [C/E 1935-42]

General D, [mf 37;588]

The Responsive Eye [MoMA Exh. #757, 1965 February 25-April 25, C/E NYSC-1]

128, [mf 34;2], 129, [mf 34;428]
The Responsive Eye [MoMA Exh. cat.] by William C. Seitz, 1965, reviews: 130, [mf 35;2]

Retrospective Exhibition: Museum of Modern Art Publications [MoMA Exh. #673, 1960 October 8-November 27]

71D, [mf 18;269]

Rewald, John

"For Pierre Bonnard on His Seventy-Fifth Birthday" by Rewald, Art News, 1942 October 14: General K, [mf 39;327]

books by,
The History of Impressionism: 79, [mf 21;374]; 94, [mf 24;587]; 108, [mf 28;109]
Modern Drawings [with Monroe Wheeler]: 48A, [mf 13;198]
Post-Impressionism from van Gogh to Gauguin: 79, [mf 21;404]

Rich, Daniel Catton

Henri Rousseau [MoMA Exh. cat.] by Rich, 1942, reviews: 55, [mf 14;808]

Richardson, Henry Hobson

"Architectural Models," by Henry-Russell Hitchcock, Jr., Art News, 1939 August 12: General X, [mf 42;522]
The Architecture of Henry Hobson Richardson [MoMA Exh. #45b, 1936 January 14-February 16]: 2A, [mf 2;132], 20, [mf 5;504]
The Architecture of Henry Hobson Richardson [MoMA Exh. cat.], 1936: 2A, [mf 2;132]

Riesenfeld, Victor S.

See Museum of Modern Art: Acquisitions

Riggs, Robert

article, 1937: General F, [mf 38;2]

Rindge, Agnes

appointed assistant vice-president and education advisor, 1943 October: General K, [mf 39;202]
articles, 1943, 1944: General L, [mf 39;419]

lectures by,
at the Manor Club, 1944 June 22: General L, [mf 39;419]
on modern painting and sculpture, 1938 February: General F, [mf 38;2]
marriage to Philip Wadsworth Claflin, 1945 January: General M, [mf 39;637]

Ritchie, Andrew Carnduff

appointed Director of Painting and Sculpture, 1949 January: General P, [mf 40;429]
articles, 1949 January 18, 1952 November 6: General P, [mf 40;429]
articles, 1947-1960: General T, [mf 41;248]

books by,
Abstract Painting and Sculpture in America [MoMA Exh. cat.], 1951: 75A, [mf 20;271]
Julio Gonzalez Retrospective [MoMA Exh. cat.], 1956: 75B, [mf 20;527]
Masters of British Painting 1800-1950 [MoMA Exh. cat.], ca. 1956: 75, [mf 19;252]
The New Decade; 22 European Painters and Sculptors [MoMA Exh. cat.], ed., 1955: 37E, [mf 9;14]

judge, Rhode Island Artists Exhibition, 1950 December 13: General T, [mf 41;248]
judge, 24th Annual Kentucky and Southern Indiana Exhibit of Art, 1951 March 20: General T, [mf 41;248]
juror, Fifth Annual Exhibition of Artworks of Cincinnati, 1950 December: General T, [mf 41;248]
juror, 1949 December, 1950 August: General T, [mf 41;248]

lectures by,
"Main Direction in 20th Century Painting," University of Louisville, 1957 March 19: General T, [mf 41;248]
"Yesterday and Today - Modern Painting," Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, 1951 February 29: General T, [mf 41;248]
"Contemporary Painting," 1952 November 6: General T, [mf 41;248]

Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts dinner, 1950 December 8: General T, [mf 41;248]
purchase of personal art collection, 1950 December 10: General T, [mf 41;248]

Rivera, Diego

Color Reproductions of Mexican Frescoes by Diego Rivera [MoMA Exh. #24a, 1933 February 20-March 12]: 5, [mf 2;886]
Diego Rivera [MoMA Exh. #14, 1931 December 22-1932 January 27]: , [mf 2;778]
A Portfolio of Color Prints, book review, 1933: General Z, [mf 43;257]
article re: Rivera and MoMA, 1934 July 4: General B, [mf 37;209]
exhibition, Person Hall Art Gallery, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 1938: General G, [mf 38;207]
exhibition, Rush Rhees Library, 1937: General F, [mf 38;2]
exhibition, murals at University of North Carolina, 1938 June: General G, [mf 38;207]
reproductions displayed by the Junior League in L. L. Stearns and Sons' Department Store, 1936 January 22: General E, [mf 37;740]
Rockefeller Center mural, 1940 October: 5, [mf 2;886]; General I, [mf 38;599]

Roa, Israel

See Museum of Modern Art: Acquisitions

Road to Victory [MoMA Exh. #182, 1942 May 21-October 4, C/E 1943-44]

57, [mf 15;180]

Roads [MoMA Exh. #691, 1961 August 14-September 17, C/E 61-36, 1961-64]

43D, [mf 11;349], 119, [mf 30;582]

Robinson, Boardman

exhibition at the Phillips Memorial Gallery (Phillips Collection), Washington, D. C., 1938 April: 27, [mf 7;372]

Robinson, Edward G. Edward G. Robinson Collection [MoMA Exh. #533, 1953 March 3-April 12]

72, [mf 18;577]

Rockefeller, Abby Aldrich (Mrs. John D., Jr.)

Abby Aldrich Rockefeller by Mary Ellen Chase, book reviews: 99, [mf 25;626]
collection of, 1942 August: General K, [mf 39;202]
elected first Vice-Chairman of The Museum of Modern Art Board of Trustees,, 1941 December: General J, [mf 39;2]
estate bequeathed to The Museum of Modern Art, 1948: General P, [mf 40;429]
gifts to Museum
New Acquisitions: the Collection of Mrs. John D. Rockefeller, Jr. [MoMA Exh.#45c, 1936 January 14-February 16]: 2A, [mf 2;57]; 20, [mf 5;504, F546]
Recent Acquisitions: Bequest of Mrs. John D. Rockefeller, Jr. [MoMA Exh. #384, 1948 September 14-November 7]: 86, [mf 23;2]
53 folk pieces to The Museum of Modern Art: 39, [mf 10;127]
36 sculptures, 1940 March: 44, [mf 12;196]
Ludwell-Paradise House, expansion of collection: 36, [mf 9;286]
luncheon for art sponsors, 1935 November: General E, [mf 37;740]
obituaries, 1948 April 5: General P, [mf 40;429]
purchase of Peggy Bacon's caricature of Morris L. Ernst, 1934 March: General B, [mf 37;209]

Rockefeller Center

articles, 1938 October 1: General G, [mf 38;207]
articles, 1938 December 6: General G, [mf 38;207]
plans for new buildings, 1944 May 4: General L, [mf 39;419]
"The Secrets of Rockefeller Center," lecture by Caroline Hood, 1940 March: General H, [mf 38;401]; General I, [mf 38;599]; General J, [mf 39;2]

Rockefeller, David

article, 1948 October 15: General P, [mf 40;429]
profile, The New Yorker, 1965 January 9: 123, [mf 32;92]

Rockefeller Family

"Art and the Rockefellers," by Emily Genauer, Today's Living, The Herald Tribune Magazine section 7, 1959 April 5: 105, [mf 27;262]
articles, 1938 July: General G, [mf 38;207]
articles, 1939 December: General H, [mf 38;401]
the Rockefeller wives, 1937: General F, [mf 38;2]
"Training for Vast Riches on Starvation Wages," Philadelphia Inquirer, 1937 February 21: General F, [mf 38;24]
collection exhibited at Lawrence Museum, 1935 November: General E, [mf 37;740]
See also Museum of Modern Art: Acquisitions

Rockefeller, John D., Jr.

article [on his involvement with the arts], Vogue, 1938 August: General G, [mf 38;207]
public gifts, 1938 December: General G, [mf 38;207]
donation of land bordering Fort Tryon Park to the City of New York, 1939 February: General G, [mf 38;207]
gift of land to Memorial Hospital, New York, 1947 June: General O, [mf 40;210]
marriage to Martha Baird Allan, 1951 August: General P, [mf 40;429]
articles re: The Museum of Modern Art: Building Expansion and Fund Drive, 1947: General O, [mf 40;210]

Rockefeller, Mrs. John D., 3rd (Blanchette)

article, Vogue, 1964 February 1: 123, [mf 32;92]
elected to The Museum of Modern Art Board of Trustees, 1959 April: 105, [mf 27;208]

Rockefeller, Nelson Aldrich

"Anatomy of a Collector: Nelson Rockefeller," by Francine du Plessix Art in America, 1965 April: 123, [mf 32;208]
appointed Coordinator or Inter-American Affairs, 1940: General I, [mf 38;599]
article, 1941 April 12: General J, [mf 39;2]
article, Life, 1942 April 27: General K, [mf 39;202]
article, Southwest Times (Liberal, Kan.), 1945 January 3: General M, [mf 39;637]
article, 1947 October: General P, [mf 40;429]
profile, The New Yorker, 1942 April 18: General K, [mf 39;202]
Brotherhood Week, 1948 December: General P, [mf 40;429]
dinner party for Ancient Arts of the Andes preview, 1954 January: 56A, [mf 15;2]
dismissal of 25 Museumemployees, 1939 August: General H, [mf 38;401]
elected President of The Museum of Modern Art, 1939 May: General G, [mf 38;207]
elected President of The Museum of Modern Art, 1946 June 7: General N, [mf 40;2]
Karl Kasberg poetry reading at Harper College, New York, 1960 April: 97, [mf 25;512]
lecture: United Jewish Welfare Fund Campaign, 1946 May 27: General N, [mf 40;2]
Rockefeller Center murals, 1940 October: General I, [mf 38;599]
speaker, Art Committee, Women's City Club, 1932 December 12: General Z, [mf 43;257]
speaker, University of New Hampshire commencement, 1937 February: General G, [mf 38;207]
See also Twenty Centuries of Mexican Art

Rodin, Auguste

Monument to Balzac moved from the Sculpture Garden for remodeling after the museum fire, 1958 April: 43G, [mf 11;645]
Rodin [MoMA Exh. #721, 1963 May 1-September 8]: 93, [mf 24;378]
See also Museum of Modern Art: Acquisitions

Rogers, Grace Rainey

estate of, 1945 March: General M, [mf 39;637]
obituaries, 1943 May: General K, [mf 39;202]
fund, The Museum of Modern Art Annex, 1950-1951: General T, [mf 41;431]

van der Rohe, Mies

and fashion photography: 76, [mf 20;691]
Mies van der Rohe [MoMA Exh. #356, 1947 September 16-1948 January 25]: 69, [mf 17;392]
Mies van der Rohe [MoMA Exh. cat.] by Philip C. Johnson, 1947: 69, [mf 17;392]
Mies van der Rohe [MoMA Exh. #438, 1950 February 28-May 16]: 76, [mf 20;684]
Mies van der Rohe by Philip Johnson, book review, 1957: General Y, [mf 43;2]

Romantic Painting in America [MoMA Exh. #246, 1943 November 17-1944 February 6, C/E 1944-45]

48A, [mf 13;96]

Roots of French Photography [MoMA Exh. #431, 1949 November 29-1950 January 15]

76, [mf 20;625]

Roots of Photography [MoMA Exh. #406, 1949 April 26-July 4]

71C, [mf 18;2]

Rossellini, Roberto

censorship of Miracle, 1951 May: General T, [mf 41;369]

Rosso, Medardo

Medardo Rosso: 1858-1928 [MoMA Exh. #729, 1963 October 2-November 23]; 115, [mf 29;422]

Rothko, Mark

Mark Rothko [MoMA Exh. #679, 1961 January 18-March 12]: 46, [mf 12;394], 131, [mf 35;110]

Rouault, Georges

"Art and Artists" column by Adelaide Garvin, The Critic, 1958 June-July: 105, [mf 27;476]
general, 1962: 134, [mf 36;2]
The Prints of Georges Rouault [MoMA Exh. #79, 1938 September 28-November 18, C/E 1939-42]: 37, [mf 9;308]; General G, [mf 38;207]; General Z, [mf 43;257]
Georges Rouault: Paintings and Prints by James Thrall Soby: 43B, [mf 11;208]
Georges Rouault [MoMA Exh. #284, 1945 April 4-June 3]: 43B, [mf 11;170]
Georges Rouault [MoMA Exh. #535, 1953 March 31-May 31, C/E 1953-56]: 72, [mf 18;592]
See also Museum of Modern Art: Acquisitions

Rousseau, Henri

Henri Rousseau [MoMA Exh. #175, 1942 March 18-May 3: organized in collaboration with the Art Institute of Chicago]: 55, [mf 14;782]; General K, [mf 39;202]
Henri Rousseau [MoMA Exh. cat.] by Daniel Catton Rich, reviews: 55, [mf 14;808]
general articles, 1957: General R, [mf 41;2]

Rugs

exhibitions, general: General F, [mf 38;2]

Rugs from the Crawford Shops Designed by American Artists [MoMA Exh. #57, 1937 January 20-February 2]

23A, [mf 6;852]

Ruhtenberg, Jan

appointed to Columbia University School of Architecture faculty, 1934 August: General C, [mf 37;410]

Sachs, Paul J.

Paul J. Sachs Galleries of Drawings and Prints, The Museum of Modern Art, 1965: 121, [mf 31;539]
obituary, 1965 April: 123, [mf 32;218]
"Why is a Museum of Art?" excerpt from address to MoMA Trustees, Architectural Forum, 1939 May 8: General H, [mf 38;452]
obituary, 1965 February: 123, [mf 32;92]

St. Denis, Ruth

See Museum of Modern Art: Acquisitions

Salvage Posters by New York High School Students [MoMA Exh. #187, 1942 June 24-September 3]

83A, [mf 22;465]

Sandburg, Carl

Steichen the Photographer [MoMA Exh. cat.] by William S. Lieberman, René d'Harnoncourt, Sandburg, and Edward Steichen, 1961, reviews: 70, [mf 17;455]

Sardeau, Helene

Slave installed in Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Sculpture Garden, June 1940: 34, [mf 8;753]

Scenic Design by Arch Lauterer [MoMA Exh. #327, 1946 August 27-November 7]

43C, [mf 11;296]; 83, [mf 22;174]

Schlemmer, Oskar

See Museum of Modern Art: Acquisitions

School of Paris: Paintings from the Florene May Schoenborn and Samuel A. Marx Collection, The [MoMA Exh. #779, 1965 November 2-1966 January 2]

127, [mf 33;690]
School of Paris [MoMA Exh. cat.] by James Thrall Soby, 1965, reviews: 127, [mf 33;690]

Schwarz, Peggy

See Museum of Modern Art: Acquisitions

Schwitters, Kurt Kurt Schwitters [C/E 61-9, 1962-63]

112, [mf 28;518]

Science and Art

"The Scientist as an Artist," by George Russell Harrison, Our Times, 1960 October 5 (p 6-9): 97, [mf 25;488]

Scott, Zachary

and wife, Ruth Ford, at preview of Recent Painting, U.S.A: The Figure [MoMA Exh. #707, 1962 May]: 102, [mf 26;425]

Sculpture by William Edmundson [MoMA Exh. #63c, 1937 October 20-November 4]

34, [mf 8;513]

Sculpture in Glass [MoMA Exh. #780, 1965 November 16-January 2]

127, [mf 33;644]

Sculpture of John B. Flannagan, The [MoMA Exh. #204, 1942 October 28-November 29]

43A, [mf 11;29]?

Sculpture of Jacques Lipchitz, The [MoMA Exh. #558, 1954 May 18-August 1]

56A, [mf 15;149]; 74, [mf 19;469]
The Sculpture of Jacques Lipchitz [MoMA Exh. cat.] by Henry R. Hope, reviews: 74, [mf 19;469]

Sculpture of the Twentieth Century [MoMA Exh. #536, 1953 April 28-September 7]

71A, [mf 17;677]
Sculpture of the Twentieth Century [MoMA Exh. cat.] by Andrew C. Ritchie, reviews: 71A, [mf 17;715]

Seitz, William C.

in Israel to select works for Art-Israel 1964, 1964 February 13: 123, [mf 32;92]

books by,
Hans Hofmann, reviews: 125, [mf 33;274]
Mark Tobey, reviews: 93, [mf 24;537]

Selections from 5 New York Private Collections [MoMA Exh. #480, 1951 June 26-September 9]

72C, [mf 19;2]

Seliger, Charles

See Museum of Modern Art: Acquisitions

Selz, Peter

appointed Curator of Department of Painting and Sculpture, 1958 November 1: 105, [mf 27;208]
attendance at the German Expressionism exhibition at the Akron Art Institute, 1962 January: 101, [mf 26;299]

books by,
Max Beckmann: 125, [mf 33;19,38]
Emil Nolde: 93, [mf 24;326]
The Work of Jean Dubuffet: 72B, [mf 18;900]
judge, 25th Annual Madison Artists' Exhibition, 1964 December: 123, [mf 32;92]

Sennett, Mack

article, 1962 July 2: General Y, [mf 43;2]

Sense of Abstraction, The [MoMA Exh. #659, 1960 February 17-April 10]

71, [mf 17;568]

Sert, José Maria

commissioned by the Rockefellers for mural exhibition in Chicago's World Fair, 1939: General F, [mf 38;2]

Seurat, Georges

Cézanne, Gauguin, Seurat, van Gogh [MoMA Exh. #1, 1929 November 7-December 7]: 1929 Clippings, [mf 1;46]
Seurat Paintings and Drawings [MoMA Exh. #629, 1958 March 24-April 15]: 104, [mf 27;129], 105, [mf 27;331],: 136 (1 article), [mf 37;2]; General W, [mf 42;263]
"New Light on Seurat," by Meyer Schapiro, Art News, 1958 April, 105, [mf 27;339]
"Painting with Dots," Christian Science Monitor, 1955 August 20: 37E, [mf 9;50]
See also Museum of Modern Art: Acquisitions

Seven American Photographers [MoMA Exh. #86, 1939 May 10-September 30, C/E 1939-41]

39, [mf 10;2,88,135]

70 Photographers Look at New York [MoMA Exh. #624, 1957 November 27-April 15]

104, [mf 27;2]

Severine, Gino

War: Etchings by Otto Dix and "Armoured Train", a Painting by Gino Severine, The [MoMA Exh. #63a, 1937 September 21-October 19]: 33, [mf 8;413]

Shahn, Ben

Ben Shahn [MoMA Exh. #358, 1947 September 30-1948 January 4]: 48D, [mf 13;476], 69, [mf 17;442]
Ben Shahn, 1961: 131, [mf 35;110]
"Ben Shahn: An Interview," Magazine of Art, 1944 April: 86, [mf 23;2]
"Boy from Brooklyn," Artist Jr. 5(5), 1964 March: 117, [mf 30;151]

Sharaku, (Toshusai) The Work of Sharaku [MoMA Exh. #103, 1940 April 3-May 1]

44, [mf 12;164,F201]
The Surviving Work of Sharaku by H. G. Henderson and L. V. Ledoux: 44, [mf 12;201]

Shaver, Dorothy (The Museum of Modern Art Advisory Committee Member)

elected president of Lord & Taylor, 1945 December: General M, [mf 39;637]

Sheeler, Charles

general, 1957 December: General T, [mf 41;248]
Charles Sheeler [MoMA Exh. #90, 1939 October 2-November 1]: 38, [mf 9;902]

Sheppard, Mrs. John (Portia)

Museum of Modern Art Trustee, 1934 October: General C, [mf 37;410]

Shute, Berrian R.

lecture series on music, 1938 September: 94, [mf 24;587]

Signac, Paul

See Prints of Sickert, Vallotton, and Signac

Signs in the Street [MoMA Exh. #554, 1954 March 23-May 2]

56A, [mf 15;84]

Sickert, Walter Richard

See Prints of Sickert, Vallotton, and Signac

Silk-Screen Competition juried by children, 1937

83A, [mf 22;358]

Siqueiros, David Alfaro

general, 1944 July 3: General L, [mf 39;419]

Six Modern Sculptors [C/E 1936-38]

General F, [mf 38;2]

Sixteen Americans [MoMA Exh. #656, 1960 December 16-February 17]

5D, [mf 9;174]; General Y, [mf 43;2]
Sixteen Americans [MoMA Exh. cat.] by Dorothy C. Miller, reviews: 35D, [mf 9;211]

60 Modern Drawings: Recent Acquisitions [MoMA Exh. #726, 1963 August 6-September 29]

116, [mf 29;484]

Sixty Photographs: A Survey of Camera Esthetics [MoMA Exh. #121, 1940 December 31-1941 January 12]

43, [mf 10;783]

Skidmore, Owings, and Merrill

See Architectural Work by Skidmore, Owings, and Merrill

Smith, Carleton Sprague

1940 June 15: elected to The Museum of Modern Art Board of Trustees: General H, [mf 38;401]

Smith, David

David Smith [MoMA Exh. #621, 1957 September 11-October 20]: 65, [mf 16;512]
David Smith [C/E 61-20, 1961-63]: 119, [mf 30;599]
David Smith: Drawings [C/E 63-2, 1963-66]: 119, [mf 30;599]

Smith, W. Eugene

Pacific Report: Photographs by W. Eugene Smith [unnumbered MoMA Exh., 1944]: 59, [mf 15;602]

Smithsonian Competition [MoMA Exh. #95, 1940 January 12-March 3]

38, [mf 9;965]
competition to select architect, 1939 March: General G, [mf 38;207]

Snelson, Kenneth

"A New Bent for Sculpture," by George Balasses, Steelways, 1964 May: 117, [mf 30;236]

Snowdon, Earl of (Britain)

and Princess Margaret at The Museum of Modern Art, 1965 November: 120, [mf 31;176]

Soby, James Thrall

appointed Director of The Museum of Modern Art Department of Painting and Sculpture, 1943: General L, [mf 39;419]
articles about, general,
1952-59: 105, [mf 27;208]
"Government and Art," by Aline B. Louchheim, The New York Times, 1950 December 3: General T, [mf 41;387]

articles by,
"An Art Program for New York State," Magazine of Art, 1947 January: General O, [mf 40;222]
"de Chirico: case history of the metaphysician," Art News, 1955 September: 37E, [mf 9;786]
"Communist Tag on 'Modern' Artists Nonsense, Soby Asserts," The Hartford Times (Connecticut) 1947 December 9: General P, [mf 40;460]

Board of Trustees, The Museum of Modern Art, elected 1942 May 27: General K, [mf 39;202]

books by,
After Picasso (NY: Dodd, Mead, and Co., 1935): General D, [mf 37;588]
Contemporary Painters (NY: MoMA, 1948): 94, [mf 24;587]; General T, [mf 41;248]

exhibition catalogs by, Arp (NY: MoMA, 1958) re: Jean Arp: A Retrospective [MoMA Exh. #631, 1958 October 8-November 39]: 43G, [mf 11;645]; General Y, [mf 43;2]
Balthus (NY: MoMA; 1956) re: Balthus [MoMA Exh. #611, 1956 December 19-1957 February 3]: 78, [mf 21;216]
Joan Miró (NY: MoMA,1959) re: Joan Miró [MoMA Exh. #641, 1959 March 19- May 10]: 71E, [mf 18;323]
Juan Gris (NY: MoMA, 1958) re: Juan Gris [MoMA Exh. #630, 1958 April 8-April 15, May 12-June 1]: 79, [mf 21;374]; 104, [mf 27;168]
Salvador Dali (NY: MoMA, 1941) re: Salvador Dalí [MoMA Exh. #158, 1941 November 19-1942 January 11]: 52, [mf 14;419]
School of Paris (NY: MoMA, 1965) re: The School of Paris: Paintings from the Florene May Schoenborn and
Samuel A. Marx Collection
: 127, [mf 33;690]
Yves Tanguy (NY: MoMA, 1955) re: Yves Tanguy [MoMA Exh. #584, 1955 September 6-October 30]: 7E, [mf 9;777]; 79, [mf 21;374]
juror, "Black and White," New Britain Institute Art Museum, 1951 December 29: General T, [mf 41;248]

loans of personal collection,
to The Museum of Modern Art Summer Exhibition, 1933 June: General Z, [mf 43;257]
to Century of Progress exhibition at the Art Institute of Chicago, 1933 Summer: General Z, [mf 43;257]
to M. Knoedler & to benefit The Museum of Modern Art Library, 1961 February 1-February 25: 107, [mf 27;626]
The James Thrall Soby Collection [M. Knoedler exh. cat., 1961 February 1-March 4]: 107, [mf 27;626]
marriage to Eleanor Howland, 1938 February: General F, [mf 38;2]

Society of the Four Arts, Florida

Chadwick, Mrs. Charles Harrington, hosts Daniel Catton Rich and Charles H. Wooster for lectures, 1939 March: General G, [mf 38;207]
exhibition of twentieth-century paintings selected and sponsored by MoMA, 1936 February: 24, [mf 7;1]

Sociedad de Art Moderno [Society of Modern Art], Mexico, 1943:

General L, [mf 39;419]

Soutine, Chaim Chaim Soutine [MoMA Exh. #462, 1950 October 31-1951 January 7, C/E 1951-52]

2H, [mf 2;723]

Soviet Children's Art [MoMA Exh. #260, 1944 September 19-November 19]

126, [mf 33;326]

Spanish and U.S. Government Posters [MoMA Exh. #65, 1937 November 15-November 26]

26, [mf 7;369]

Speicher, Eugene

See Museum of Modern Art: Acquisitions

Spencer, Niles

marriage to Catherine Brett, 1947 November 22: General P, [mf 40;429]
Kuniyoshi and Spencer [MoMA Exh. #538, 1953 June 23-October 4]: 120, [mf 31;143]
Niles Spencer [MoMA Exh. #560, 1954 June 22-August 15]: 51, [mf 14;286]
See also Kuniyoshi, Yasuo

Stage Designs by Joan Junyer [MoMA Exh. #292, 1945 July 10-September 17]

48B, [mf 13;335]

Stairs [MoMA Exh. #730, 1963 October 9-December 1, C/E 61-37, 1961-65]

115, [mf 29;445]

Stage Design by Robert Edmund Jones [MoMA Exh. #285, 1945 April 11-June 24]

43B, [mf 11;219]

Stamos, Theodoros

"Paintings by Stamos Bewilderingly 'Modern'," Morning Globe (Boston), 1948 October 31: 77, [mf 21;114]

Steichen, Edward

Edward Steichen's Delphiniums [MoMA Exh. #50, 1936 June 24-July 1]: 29, [mf 7;468,483]
Edward Steichen Photography Center [MoMA Exh. #736, 1964 May 27]: 121, [mf 31;545]
Steichen the Photographer [MoMA Exh. #682, 1961 March 28-May 30, C/E 61-45, 1961-63]: 70, [mf 17;455]
Steichen the Photographer [MoMA Exh. cat.] by William S. Lieberman, René d'Harnoncourt, Carl Sandburg, Edward Steichen, 1961, reviews: 70, [mf 17;455]
American Delphiniums Society Annual Show, 1939 June: General G, [mf 38;207]
appointed Director of Photography Department, Museum of Modern Art, 1947: 42, [mf 10;599,778]
articles, 1938 October: General G, [mf 38;207]
author, "A Call to Photographers," volunteer services during World War II: 83, [mf 22;189]
awards, recipient of Fine Arts Medal, 1950 January 28: 79, [mf 21;447]
"International Understanding Through Photography" Award, 1958 January: 105, [mf 27;208]
U.S. Camera Award for "outstanding contribution to photography," 1949 October: 83, [mf 22;189]

general,
1938 October: General G, [mf 38;207]
1950-52, 1956-59: 79, [mf 21;447]

Steichen Talks About His Plans," [interview with Barnett Bildersee], Camera Eye, 1947 August 3: 42, [mf 10;607]
lecture, "Tops in Photography" exhibition by Metropolitan Camera Club Council, 1947 February: 42, [mf 10;777]
lecture, "Toward Abstraction," 1962 February: General W, [mf 42;263]
profile, "Steichen: Dissatisfied Genius," by Lenore Cisny and John Reddy, The Saturday Review, 1957 December 14: 104, [mf 27;20]
profiles parts I and II, The New Yorker, 1944 June 3: General L, [mf 39;419]
resignation, The Museum of Modern Art Photography Department, 1962: 101, [mf 26;299]
See also Broadcast; Knapp, Dee

Stein, Gertrude

"Four Saints in Three Acts" by Stein, review, 1934: General B, [mf 37;209]
articles, 1934: General C, [mf 37;410]
article, 1946 August 11: General N, [mf 40;2]
lecture at Colony Club for MoMA members, 1934 November: General C, [mf 37;410]

Steinberg, Saul

Christmas tree displayed at MoMA 1948 December: General P, [mf 40;429]

Stella, Frank

correction of Emily Genauer's statement on his technique in her review of Sixteen Americans [MoMA Exh. #656, 1959-1960]: 35D, [mf 9;177]
See also Museum of Modern Art: Acquisitions

Stella, Joseph

"Newark Reviews Career of Joseph Stella," Art Digest, 1939 July 1: 39, [mf 10;74]
The Drawings of Joseph Stella [MoMA Exh. #675, 1960 October 26-November 13, C/E 59-7, 1960-62]: 71D, [mf 18;289]
See also Museum of Modern Art: Acquisitions

Stern, Louis E.

See Museum of Modern Art: Acquisitions

Sterne, Maurice

commissioned to paint murals for Department of Justice Library, 1936 December: General E, [mf 37;740]
Maurice Sterne: Retrospective Exhibition [MoMA Exh. #24, 1933 February 13-March 25]: 8, [mf 3;580]; General Z, [mf 43;257]

Sterner, Albert

obituary, 1946 December 16: General N, [mf 40;2]

Stettheimer, Florine

Florine Stettheimer [MoMA Exh. #332, 1946 October 1-November 17]: 68, [mf 17;251]
Florine Stettheimer [MoMA Exh. cat.] by Henry M. McBride, 1946, reviews: 68, [mf 17;251]

Stieglitz, Alfred

"An Appraisal," by Paul Strand, Popular Photography, 1947 July: 42, [mf 10;747]
"Stieglitz and Cartier-Bresson," by Dorothy Norman, Saturday Review, 1962 September 22: 110, [mf 28;303]
The Stieglitz Circle [C/E 61-13, 1962-63]: 112, [mf 28;552]
Alfred Stieglitz Exhibition: His Collection [MoMA Exh. #351b, 1947 June 10-August 31]: 42, [mf 10;713]
Alfred Stieglitz Exhibition: His Photographs [MoMA Exh. #351a, 1947-June 10-September 21]: 42, [mf 10;713]
obituary, 1946 July 14: 86, [mf 23;2]
See also Museum of Modern Art: Acquisitions; New Acquisitions: Photographs by Alfred Stieglitz; European and American Art; Photography Recent Acquisitions, Stieglitz-Atget

Stillman, George Schley (architect)

elected Secretary of The Museum of Modern Art, 1951 October: General T, [mf 41;248]

Stockholm Builds [MoMA Exh. #142, 1941 August 4-September 8, C/E 1940-46]

53, [mf 14;595]

Strand, Paul

Paul Strand: Photographs 1915-1945 [MoMA Exh. #286, 1945 April 25-June 10, C/E 1946-47]: 48B, [mf 13;208]
Paul Strand: Photographs 1915-1945 [MoMA Exh. cat.] by Nancy Newhall, 1945, reviews: 48B, [mf 13;208]
Paul Strand's Mexico [C/E 63-19, 1963-66]: 119, [mf 30;590]

Straus, Mrs. Donald B.

elected to The Museum of Modern Art Board of Trustees, 1959 April: 105, [mf 27;208]

Stravinsky, Igor

Stravinsky and the Dance [C/E 62-2, 1962-63]: 112, [mf 28;602]

Street, Julian, Jr.

appointed Secretary of The Museum of Modern Art, 1939 April: General G, [mf 38;207]
profile, Times Herald (Washington, D.C.), 1948 April 15: General P, [mf 40;429]

Street, Mrs Julian, Jr.

article, 1940 April: General H, [mf 38;401]

Structures for Sound: Musical Instruments by Francois and Bernard Baschet [MoMA Exh. #777, 1965 October 5-1966 January 23]

120, [mf 31;48]; 127, [mf 33;644]

Subway Art [MoMA Exh. #72, 1938 February 8-March 7]

18, [mf 5;339]

Sullivan, Cornelius and Mary

auctions of art collection,
1937 April: General F, [mf 38;2]
1939 December: General H, [mf 38;401]
1940: General I, [mf 38;599]
collection: article by W.G. Rogers on exhibition at Springfield Museum of Fine Arts, 1933 September 29: General B, [mf 37;209]
Mary Sullivan elected to The Museum of Modern Art Board of Trustees, 1935 November: General E, [mf 37;740]

lectures by Mary Sullivan,
"Collecting Pictures," at the Springfield Museum of Fine Arts, 1936 November: General E, [mf 37;740]
"Flowers in Painting, of the Classical and Modern Schools," by Mrs. Cornelius Sullivan, 1939: General G, [mf 38;207]
Mary Sullivan obituary, 1939 December 6: General H, [mf 38;401]
sale of art collection, 1939: General H, [mf 38;401]

Sullivan, Louis

Louis Sullivan: 1856-1924 [MoMA Exh. #378, 1948 May 25-July 25]: 48D, [mf 13;650]
Louis Sullivan by Hugh Morrison, 1935, reviews: 2A, [mf 2;121]

Summer Exhibition: The Museum Collection and a Private Collection on Loan [MoMA Exh. #41, 1935 June 4-September 24]

20, [mf 5;546]

Summer Exhibition: The Museum Collection and a Private Collection on Loan [MoMA Exh. #51, 1936 July 20-September 2]

29, [mf 7;483]

Summer Exhibition: Painting and Sculpture [MoMA Exh. #7, 1930 June 15-September 28]

1930 Clippings, [mf 1;284]

Summer Exhibition: Painting and Sculpture [MoMA Exh. #17, 1932 June 7-October 30]

7, [mf 3;404]

Summer Exhibition: Painting and Sculpture [MoMA Exh. #30, 1933 July 10-September 30]

2, [mf 1;867], 11, [mf 4;169]; General D, [mf 37;588]

Summer Exhibition: Painting and Sculpture from the Museum Collection and on Loan [MoMA Exh. #62, 1937 June 23-November 4]:

31, [mf 8;99], 33, [mf 8;413]

Summer Exhibition: Project for a House in North Carolina by William T. Priestly [MoMA Exh. #30a, 1933 July 10-September 30]

2, [mf 1;861]

Surrealism

The Art of Surrealism [C/E 1962]: 119, [mf 30;502]
See also Broadcast: Fantastic Art, Dada, Surrealism; New Acquisitions: Fantastic Art, Dada, Surrealism

Sutton, Ione Ulrich

marriage to George W. Sutton, Jr., 1935: General D, [mf 37;588]
elected Treasurer of The Museum of Modern Art, 1950: General T, [mf 41;365]
Swanson, George
biography and article re: lecture at the Dayton Art Institute, 1943: 83, [mf 22;155]

Sweeney, James Johnson

appointed Director of Painting and Sculpture, 1945 January 30: General M, [mf 39;637]
resignation, 1946 November: General N, [mf 40;2]
articles, 1949, 1950 August: General P, [mf 40;429]
attendand at First International Congress of Catholic Artists, 1950 September 1-September 5: General T, [mf 41;248]
lectures by, 1949: General P, [mf 40;429]
selection of works for American Painting, 1950 Virginia Museum Biennial, Richmond: General T, [mf 41;371]
Stuart Davis by Sweeney, review: 48B, [mf 13;387]
Three Lectures on Modern Art (one lecture on James Johnson Sweeney) [book review], 1950: General T, [mf 41;248]

Symposia

art and advertising (sponsored by The Museum of Modern Art Junior Council), 1953: General T, [mf 41;517]

articles, miscellany
1941-43: General J, [mf 39;2]
1944-46: General N, [mf 40;2]

"Is American Art Menaced by Alien Trends?" (American Artists' Congress at The Museum of Modern Art), 1940 February 7: General H, [mf 38;527]

"The Building Boom: Architecture in Decline," at The Museum of Modern Art, 1961 November: General W, [mf 42;351]; General Y, [mf 43;2], incl. five public forums:
"The Transfiguration of Park Avenue"
"How Money Designs the City"
"The Laws of the Asphalt Jungle"
"The Present, Without Past or Future"
"The Ideal City"

Conference on standards for artists' oil paints, 1940 January: General H, [mf 38;401]
"Crossroads in Architecture," presented by the Junior League at The Museum of Modern Art, 1952 June 24: General T, [mf 41;248]
"De Divina Proportione," 1952 May: General T, [mf 41;248]
"Theories of Proportion in Art from Leonardo da Vinci to Le Corbusier," 1952 March 11: General T, [mf 41;248]
"Design as Commentary," 1960: 110, [mf 28;266,268]
"Does the Public Get What it Wants?" 1950: 136, [mf 37;80]
"The Esthetics of Automobile Design," 1950: 136, [mf 37;99]
on Antoni Gaudí (sponsored by the Junior Council of The Museum of Modern Art), 1958 January 20: 104, [mf 27;71]
Government and Art, 1950: General T, [mf 41;387]
on Guernica by Pablo Picasso, 1939 May 24: General G, [mf 38;363]
"How to Combine Architecture, Painting, Sculpture," 1951: 136, [mf 37;115]
"How the Artist Can Reach His Public" at MoMA, 1940: General H, [mf 38;401]
"Is Ornamentation Good Design?" 1953 March 4. Presented by Tunin Council, incl, Edgar Kaufmann, Jr.: General T, [mf 41;248]
"Media and Methods" presented by Sheldon and Caroline Keck, Dr. Robert L. Feller, 1961: 100, [mf 26;2]
on Modern Art, sponsored by Life, 1948: 77, [mf 21;2], 136, [mf 37;46]; General P, [mf 40;429]
"Modern Artists on Artists of the Past," at The Museum of Modern Art, 1952 April 3. Including Jack Levine, Peter Blume, Kurt Roesch, Fredrick Kiesler: General T, [mf 41;248]
"The New American Cinema," 1962 May: General Y, [mf 43;2]
"The New Sculptor," 1952 February 12: General T, [mf 41;248]
"Prospects for the Film," [an inquiry into films of fact], 1957: 91, [mf 24;304]
Rockefeller Center lectures given by Caroline Hood 1939: General H, [mf 38;401]; General J, [mf 39;2]
"A Symposium: The State of Modern Art," Magazine of Art, 1949 March: 77, [mf 21;2]
"Underground Film Festival," 1965: 99, [mf 25;738]
"Western Round-Table on Modern Art," sponsored by San Francisco Museum of Art, 1949: 136, [mf 37;46]
"What Abstract Art Means to Me," 1951: 136, [mf 37;115]
"What is Happening to Modern Architecture?" 1948 February 1. Statements by Lewis Mumford, Alfred H. Barr, Jr., Henry, Russell Hitchcock, Philip L. Goodwin, Philip Johnson, Edgar J. Kaufmann, Jr., Edward D. Stine: 136, [mf 37;115]; General P, [mf 40;429]
"What is Modern Photography?" 1950 November 20: 136, [mf 37;80]; General T, [mf 41;248]
"The Writer Looks at Painting," 1952 February 26: General T, [mf 41;248]
"Youth and Aviation," forum at The Museum of Modern Art, 1940 August: General I, [mf 38;599]
See also Photography Symposia

Szarkowski, John

appointment, The Museum of Modern Art Photography Department, 1962: 101, [mf 26;299]
lecture at University of Illinois, 1965 March: 123, [mf 32;92]

Taliesin and Taliesin West [MoMA Exh. #348, 1947 April 15-June 15]

42, [mf 10;711]

Tangible Motion Sculpture by Len Lye [MoMA Exh. #683, 1961 April 15]

49, [mf 13;790]

Tanguy, Kay Sage

bequest to The Museum of Modern Art, 1965 November: 125, [mf 33;314]

Tanguy, Yves

René Magritte - Yves Tanguy [C/E 61-10, 1961-62]: 119, [mf 30;478]
Yves Tanguy [MoMA Exh. #584, 1955 September 6-October 30]: 37E, [mf 9;777]
Yves Tanguy [MoMA Exh. cat.] by James Thrall Soby, 1955, reviews: 37E, [mf 9;777], 79, [mf 21;374]

Tate Gallery, London

See American Art at the Tate Gallery, London

Taxes and Art

article, 1961 April: 114, [mf 29;75]

Taylor, Francis Henry

profile, 1940 May: General H, [mf 38;401]

Taylor, Prentiss

recipient of the Municipal Art Exhibition award, 1934: General B, [mf 37;382]
article, 1938 November 13: General G, [mf 38;207]

Tchelitchew, Pavel

article, 1937: General F, [mf 38;2]
Yesterday's Children illustrated by Tchelitchew, poem by Parker Tyler, 1944: General L, [mf 39;419]
Surrealist Melange illustrated by Tchelitchew, poem by Parker Tyler, 1945 January: General M, [mf 39;637]
Tchelitchew: Paintings and Drawings [MoMA Exh. #203, 1942 October 28-November 29]: 43A, [mf 11;29]
Tchelitchew: Painting and Drawings [MoMA Exh. cat.] by James Thrall Soby, 1942, reviews: 43A, [mf 11;29]

Television U.S.A.: 13 Seasons

CBS screenings, 1963 March-May: 114, [mf 29;5]

Ten Automobiles [MoMA Exh. #541, 1953 September 15-October 4]

72A, [mf 18;682]

Textile Design

"Art and Textiles from Primitive to Pop," American Fabrics Magazine (no. 66), 1965 Winter (p. 77): 117, [mf 30;346]
designs influenced by Op Art: 128, [mf 34;2]
influence of work by Jack Youngerman on fabric designs, 1960 January: 110, [mf 28;236]

Textile Design [MoMA Exh. #295, 1945 August 29-September 23]

48B, [mf 13;351]

Textiles and Ornamental Arts of India [MoMA Exh. #576, 1955 April 11-September 25]

90, [mf 24;15]

Textiles U.S.A. [MoMA Exh. #606, 1956 August 29-November 4]

75, [mf 20;109]; General W, [mf 42;263]
and fashion: 75, [mf 20;109]

Theatre Arts

general: 1942, 1946-49: 83, [mf 22;174]
"The Artist Looks at the World of Entertainment: A Portfolio Selected by George Amberg from the Collection of The
Museum of Modern Art," Theatre Arts Monthly (New York), 1947 September: 83, [mf 22;178]
"Revival of England's Toy Theatres," by Joan Littlefield, Stage Pictorial, 1946 July: 83, [mf 22;177]

See also Ballet Drawings by Franklin C. Watkins for "Transcendance"; Berman, Eugene; Scenic Design by Arch Lauterer; Stage Design by Robert Edmund Jones; Stage Designs by Joan Junyer

Theatre of Eugene Berman, The [MoMA Exh. #341, 1947 January 21-March 9]

43C, [mf 11;259]

Theft

See Art Thefts

30th Anniversary Special Installation - Toward the "New" Museum [MoMA Exh. #654, 1959 November 16-November 29]:

82, [mf 21;654], 84, [mf 22;F596]

35 Under 35 [C/E 1940-41]

44, [mf 12;164]

Thomas, Dylan

See Modern Poetry Series

Thomson, Virgil

See Films
composed score, Power Among Men

Thonet, Gebrüder

chair designs in Twentieth Century Design from the MoMA Collection [MoMA Exh. #637, 1958]: 37C, [mf 9;596]
Thonet Furniture [MoMA Exh. #539, 1953 August 11-October 4]: 72A, [mf 18;642]

Three Centuries of American Architecture [MoMA Exh. #83, 1939 February 15-March 15, C/E 1939-41]

35A, [mf 8;856,902]; General X, [mf 42;447]

Three Centuries of American Art [MoMA Exh. #76a, 1938 May 24-July 31]

34, [mf 8;552]
(shown only at the Jeu de Paume, Paris)

Three Lectures on Modern Art

(one lecture on James Johnson Sweeney) [book review], 1950: General T, [mf 41;248]

Three Mexican Artists: Rivera, Orozco, Siqueiros [C/E 1936-39]

General G, [mf 38;207]

Three Museum Agreement (The Museum of Modern Art, Metropolitan, Whitney Museum of American Art), 1947:

General P, [mf 40;429]
transfer of artworks, 1947 September 23: General O, [mf 40;210]

Three Painters as Printmakers: Braque, Miró, Morandi [MoMA Exh. #628, 1958 January 29-March 2]

104, [mf 27;117]

Three Picture Exhibition: Matisse, Derain, Rouault [C/E 1935-36]

General E, [mf 37;740]

Three Structures by Buckminster Fuller [MoMA Exh. #649, 1959 September 22-1961 October 30]

82, [mf 21;807]

Three Young Photographers [MoMA Exh. #359, 1947 September 30-December 7]

48D, [mf 13;485]

"Through the Enchanted Gate," television broadcast, WNBT, 1952

95, [mf 25;2], 126, [mf 33;326]

Tillich, Dr. Paul

lecture series on modern art and religion, 1959 February: 120, [mf 31;131]

Timeless Aspects of Modern Art [MoMA Exh. #393, 1948 November 16-1949 January 23]

43E, [mf 11;576]

Tomorrow's Small House: Models and Plans [MoMA Exh. #289, 1945 May 29-September 30]

48B, [mf 13;224]
Tomorrow's Small House: Models and Plans [MoMA Exh. cat.] by Elizabeth B. Mock, 1945, reviews: 48B, [mf 13;224]

Tobey, Mark

Mark Tobey [MoMA Exh. #710, 1962 September 12-November 9, C/E 63-11, 1963-1965]: 93, [mf 24;537]
Mark Tobey [MoMA Exh. cat.] by William C. Seitz, 1962, reviews: 93, [mf 24;537]
receives award at XXIX Venice Biennale, 1958: 131, [mf 35;110]

Toulouse-Lautrec, Henri de

article, 1938 October 9: General G, [mf 38;207]
Toulouse-Lautrec, Redon [MoMA Exh. #10, 1931 January 31-March 2]: 1, [mf 1;358], 105, [mf 27;331]
Toulouse-Lautrec Prints and Posters [MoMA Exh. #24b, 1933 February 25-March 12]: 8, [mf 3;633]
Toulouse-Lautrec [MoMA Exh. #598, 1956 March 21-May 6]: 75B, [mf 20;570]
fashion, influence on, 1956: 75B, [mf 20;570]
Tourism, New York, 1964-1965: 125, [mf 33;240]
United States, 1960-1964: 91, [mf 24;150]

Townsend, Barbara

marriage to Albert William Harrison, 1946 March 27: General N, [mf 40;2]

Travel Posters [MoMA Exh. #616, 1957 March 6-April 7]

78, [mf 21;352]

Tredick, Anne

engagement to Thomas Dickey, 1950 May 16: General T, [mf 41;248]

Trotter, Mrs. George P.

visit to The Museum of Modern Art on World's Fair Tour, 1964 June: 91, [mf 24;150]

Tucker, Albert

See Museum of Modern Art: Acquisitions

Tupper, Charles (Tupperware)

See Design

TVA Architecture and Design Exhibit [MoMA Exh. #125, 1941 September 30-May 7]

2B, [mf 2;173]

Twelve Americans [MoMA Exh. #604, 1956 May 30-September 9]

75, [mf 20;43]
Twelve Americans [MoMA Exh. cat.] by Dorothy C. Miller, reviews: 75, [mf 20;43]

12 Fables of Aesop

narrated by Glenway Wescott, illustrated by Antonio Frasconi, book reviews, 1964: 122, [mf 31;784]

12 Photographers [MoMA Exh. #483, 1951 July 12-August 12]

72C, [mf 19;22]

Twentieth Century Design from the MoMA Collection [MoMA Exh. #637, 1958 December 17-1959 March 15] incl. exhibition of Metro Gate from Paris

37C, [mf 9;596]

Twentieth Century Drawings from The Museum of Modern Art [C/E 60-5, 1961-63]

80, [mf 21;781], 119, [mf 30;630]

Twentieth Century Engineering [MoMA Exh. #744, 1964 June 30-September 13, C/E 65-2, 1965-71]

103, [mf 26;673]

Twentieth-Century House, The [C/E 61-38, 1962-68]

119, [mf 30;560]

Twentieth Century Italian Art [MoMA Exh. #413, 1949 June 28-September 18]

71C, [mf 18;47], 86, [mf 23;2]
Twentieth Century Italian Art [MoMA Exh. cat.] by James Thrall Soby and Alfred H. Barr, Jr., 1949, reviews: 71C, [mf 18;53]

Twentieth Century Italian Art from American Collections [ICE-F-22-58, 1964]

108, [mf 28;2]

Twentieth Century Portraits [MoMA Exh. #209, 1942 December 9-1943 January 24, C/E 1943-44]

60, [mf 15;667]
Twentieth Century Portraits [MoMA Exh. cat.] by Monroe Wheeler, 1942: 60, [mf 15;667]

Twenty Centuries of Mexican Art [MoMA Exh. #106, 1940 April 15-September 3]

35, [mf 8;627], 45, [mf 12;241]
Twenty Centuries of Mexican Art [MoMA Exh. cat.] by Dr. Alfonso Caso, Manuel Toussaint, and Miguel Covarrubias, ca. 1940, reviews: 35, [mf 8;710]
"Mexico in Manhattan," [influence on Macy's fashions], 1940 May: 35, [mf 8;627]
influence on color and design in fabrics and textiles: 35, [mf 8;627]
José Clemente Orozco fresco Dive Bomber and Tank commissioned by MoMA for Exh. #106: 35, [mf 8;668]
Nelson Rockefeller at opening reception for prominent Mexican guests: 35, [mf 8;651]

Twenty-fifth Anniversary Exhibitions: Paintings [MoMA Exh. #567, 1954 October 19-January 23]

73, [mf 19;162]

Twenty-Five Paintings from the Lillie P. Bliss Collection [C/E 1935-36]

General E, [mf 37;740]

Twining, Edith May

marriage to Lt. Allen Buck, 1944 December: General L, [mf 39;419]

Two Cities: Planning in North and South America [MoMA Exh. #352, 1947 June 24-September 21]

69, [mf 17;375]

Two Design Programs: The Braun Company/Chemex Corp. [MoMA Exh. #742, 1964 May 27-September 20]

103, [mf 26;661]

Two Graphic Designers: Bruno Munari and Alvin Lustig [MoMA Exh. #587, 1955 October 18-November 27]

75B, [mf 20;429]

Two Houses: New Ways to Build [MoMA Exh. #518, 1952 August 26-October 13]

11A, [mf 4;410]

Typography Competition [MoMA Exh. #25a, 1933 March 27-April 6]

8, [mf 3;619]

 

U-Z

Index Title
Ulrich, Ione (Mrs. George W. Sutton)

elected Treasurer of The Museum of Modern Art Board of Trustees, 1950 January 25: General T, [mf 41;365]
marriage, 1935 July: General D, [mf 37;588]

UNESCO

The International Council of The Museum of Modern Art planned and decorated UNESCO main conference room, Paris,: 1957 November [press release and clippings]: 131, [mf 35;110]
Third National Conference (role of art and artists discussed), 1952 February: General V, [mf 42;2]

Unique/Multiples: Sculpture/Photos (Art Lending Service) [MoMA Exh. #1018, 1972 December 2-1973 January 15]

83A, [mf 22;324]

United Hemisphere Poster Competition [#201, 1942 October 21-1942 November 24, C/E 1942-43]

57, [mf 15;304]

United Nations

headquarters proposals: 83, [mf 22;116]
reception at The Museum of Modern Art, 1946 November 5: General N, [mf 40;2]
"The U.N. Inner Sanctum of Art," New York Herald Tibune, 1954 July 18 (p 12): General R, [mf 41;18]

United Productions of America (UPA) "Form in the Animated Cartoon" [MoMA Exh. #581, 1955 June 22-September 27]

37E, [mf 9;763]

U.S. Army Illustrator of Fort Custer, Michigan [MoMA Exh. #170, 1942 February 4-March 10, C/E 1942-43]

56, [mf 14;847]

U.S. Government Art Projects: Some Distinguished Alumni [C/E 61-24, 1963-64]

119, [mf 30;502]

United States paintings in Latin America, sponsored by the Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1941:

General X, [mf 42;447]

University of North Carolina, Women's College

lecture series on Cézanne, works borrowed from MoMA, 1936 January: General E, [mf 37;740]
lecture series on "Design in Painting," works borrowed from MoMA, 1936 January: General E, [mf 37;740]

Untitled IV (Art Lending Service) [MoMA Exh. #1001, 1972 March 20-April 30]

83A, [mf 22;324]

Useful Household Objects Under $5.00 [MoMA Exh. #80, 1938 September 28-October 28, C/E 1938-39]

37, [mf 9;308]

Useful Objects, 1945 [MoMA Exh. #300, 1945 November 21-1946 January 6]

64, [mf 16;357]

Useful Objects, 1946 [MoMA Exh. #336, 1946 November 26-1947 January 26]

68, [mf 17;272]

Useful Objects in Wartime Under $10 [MoMA Exh. #208, 1942 December 2-1943 January 9]

58, [mf 15;481]

Useful Objects of American Design Under $10 [MoMA Exh. #117, 1940 November 26-December 24, C/E 1941-42]

43, [mf 10;816]; General I, [mf 38;599]

Useful Objects Today, Teaching Portfolio by Greta Daniel, 1954, reviews

136, [mf 37;37]

Useful Objects Under $5 [C/E 1939-1948]

General Z, [mf 43;257]

Useful Objects of American Design Under $10 [MoMA Exh. #93, 1940 December 7-January 7, C/E 1941-44]

38, [mf 9;950]

Useful Objects Under $10 [MoMA Exh. #160, 1941 December 2-1942 January 4]

52, [mf 14;480]

Utrillo, Maurice

versus U.S. Customs Authority, 1939: General G, [mf 38;207]
See also Museum of Modern Art: Acquisitions

Vallotton, Félix

See Prints of Sickert, Vallotton, and Signac

Vandivert, William

Two Years in England: Photographs by William Vandivert [MoMA Exh. #177, 1942 April 15-June 10, C/E 1942-43]: 56, [mf 14;903]

Vantongerloo, Georges

"Georges Vantongerloo," by Charmion Von Wiegand, Arts, 1960 September (p 40): 97, [mf 25;492]

Vargas, Paul

See Museum of Modern Art: Acquisitions

Varieties of Realism [MoMA Exh. #538, 1953 June 23-October 4]

120, [mf 31;143]

Variety in Abstraction [C/E 1944-1946]

General M, [mf 39;637]

Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, NY

architecture exhibition at penthouse of MoMA, 1940 April: General H, [mf 38;401]
dedication ceremony for new library, 1937 October: 33, [mf 8;47]

Venice Biennale

XXVI Biennale, 1952: General T, [mf 41;248]
XXIX Biennale, 1958: 131, [mf 35;110]
XXXI Biennale, 1962: General X, [mf 42;447]
Mark Tobey receives award: 131, [mf 35;110]

Venini, Paolo

article, 1955 December: General R, [mf 41;2]
obituary, 1959 July: 110, [mf 28;236]

Villon, Jacques

Jacques Villon: His Graphic Art [MoMA Exh. #540, 1953 September 8-November 15]: 72A, [mf 18;666]

Vishniac, Roman

"Three Photographers in Color." Slide show by William Garnett, Helen Levitt, Roman Vishniac, 1963 March: General W, [mf 42;263]

Visionary Architecture [MoMA Exh. #670, 1960 September 28-December 4, C/E 60-11 and C/E 61-47, 1961-65, ICE-F-50-61]

48C, [mf 13;459], 49, [mf 13;823], 71D, [mf 18;156, 269], 119, [mf 30;630]

Visual and Non-Visual Expression in Art [MoMA Exh. #101, 1940, March 6-May 1]

83A, [mf 22;389]

Volkmer, Jean

conservation at The Museum of Modern Art: 91, [mf 24;196,300]; 116, [mf 29;543]
"Restoring Paintings Require Expert Care," by Vivien Brown, The Hartford Courant, 1964 April: 123, [mf 32;103]
Caroline Keck and Volkmer: article, The New Yorker, 1959 May 16: 105, [mf 27;280]

Vollard, Ambroise

"Comment on Career of Noted Dealer" by Edward Alden Jewell The New York Times, 1939 July 30: General G, [mf 38;395]
"Its Foster Father Talks of Modern Art," by S.J. Woolf, The New York Times, 1936 November 15: General E, [mf 37;900]

Voyages: Six Poems from White Buildings by Hart Crane with Wood Engravings by Leonard Baskin, 1957

book review: 116, [mf 29;520]

Vuillard, Edouard

Vuillard [MoMA Exh. #555, 1954 April 6-June 6]: 56A, [mf 15;100]
Vuillard exhibition, Wildenstein Gallery, 1964: 122, [mf 31;583]

Wallance, Don

chair design: General X, [mf 42;447]

Walters, Carl

article, 1940 November 20: General I, [mf 38;599]

Wamen, Rand (

Production Manager
article, 1949 May 8: General P, [mf 40;429]

Watkins, Franklin

See Museum of Modern Art: Acquisitions

War and art

evacuation of art from New York City museums including The Metropolitan Museum, Museum of the City of New York, The Frick Collection, MoMA, NYPL, Pierpont Morgan Library, and NY Historical Society, 1943 December: General L, [mf 39;419]

War art

general,
1943: General K, [mf 39;202]

War Comes to the People, a Story Written With the Lens [MoMA Exh. #119, 1941 December 10-January 5, C/E 1941]

43, [mf 10;828]

War: Etchings by Otto Dix, The [MoMA Exh. #34g, 1934 July 30-September 13]

12A, [mf 4;723]

War: Etchings by Otto Dix and "Armoured Train", a Painting by Gino Severine, The [MoMA Exh. #63a, 1937 September 21-October 19]

33, [mf 8;413]

War Etchings by Goya and Dix [C/E 1938-40]

General H, [mf 38;401]

War Veterans' Art Center

See Museum of Modern Art: War Veterans' Art Center

Warburg, Edward M. M.

articles: General B, [mf 37;268]; General C, [mf 37;410]
article re: impresario performance, 1934: General C, [mf 37;563]
engagement (1939 November 13) and marriage (1939 December 7): General H, [mf 38;401]

lectures by,
"Art in the World Today", 1935: Young Men's Hebrew Association: General D, [mf 37;588]
"A Survey of Current Forces in Society", 1935 re: Exh. #37, Modern Works of Art [5th Anniversary Exhibition: 16, [mf 5;236]

See also American Ballet Theatre; Perkins, Frances

Ward, Helen

Obituary, 1947 May 31: General O, [mf 40;210]

Wartime Housing [MoMA Exh. #178, 1942 April 22-June 21]

56, [mf 14;928]

Washington (D.C.) Gallery of The Museum of Modern Art

1935-38: 24, [mf 7;1]

Wasson-Tucker, Suzanne

appointed Acting Curator of The Museum of Modern Art Department of Industrial Design, 1944 November: General L, [mf 39;419]

Watkins, Franklin C.

Franklin Watkins [MoMA Exh. #440, 1950 March 21-June 11]: 76, [mf 20;734]
See also Ballet Drawings by Franklin C. Watkins for "Transcendance": Model by Eugene Berman for "The Island God"

Weaver, Ann Vaughan

interview, 1939 June 25: General G, [mf 38;207]

Weber, Max

Weber, Klee, Lehmbruck, Maillol [MoMA Exh. #4, 1930 March 12-April 2]: 1930 Clippings, [mf 1;203]
articles, 1941: General I, [mf 38;599]
"Max Weber - Hasidic Painter," by Alfred Werner, The Jewish News, 1960 September 23: 97, [mf 25;475]
See also Recent American Woodcuts and Prints, by Marin, Hopper, and Weber

Wedgwood, Josiah

china, re: Twentieth Century Design from the MoMA Collection [MoMA Exh. #637, 1958]: 37C, [mf 9;596]

Welch, Harriet

researcher
marriage to Charles R.E.C. Compton, 1949 March 6: General P, [mf 40;429]

West, Florence

Office Manager, Museum of Modern Art
profile, 1940 January: General H, [mf 38;401]

Westchester Folk Art Exhibition [MoMA Exh. #34e, 1934 June 23-July 9]

10, [mf 4;136]

Weston, Edward

The Photographs of Edward Weston [MoMA Exh. #311, 1946 February 11-March 31]: 67, [mf 17;2]
Edward Weston [MoMA Exh. cat.] by Nancy Newhall, 1946: 67, [mf 7;2]

What is Modern Architecture? [C/E 61-31, 1962-70, 1975]

119, [mf 30;565]

What is Modern Painting [MoMA Exh. #280, 1945 March 6-March 25, C/E 1944-56]

43B, [mf 11;141]

What They Said: A Postscript to Art Criticism

exhibit at the Durand-Ruel Galleries, 1949 December for the benefit of The Museum of Modern Art, 20th Anniversary: 111, [mf 28;468]

Wheaton College Competition [MoMA Exh. #77, 1938 June 28-September 12, C/E 1939-41]

35A, [mf 8;759]

Wheeler, Monroe

appointed Director of Exhibitions and Publications, 1941 March: General I, [mf 38;599]; General J, [mf 39;2]
appointed Knight of the French National Order of the Legion of Honor, 1951 May: General T, [mf 41;248]
article re: WWII, in Mademoiselle, 1942 October: General K, [mf 39;202]
article [re: visit with Picasso], 1951 January 25: General T, [mf 41;248]
article, Vogue, 1948 November 15: General P, [mf 40;429]
election to The Museum of Modern Art Board of Trustees: General M, [mf 39;637]

books by,
Bonnard and His Environment, with James Thrall Soby and James Elliott: 122, [mf 31;583]
Feininger, Hartley, with Alois J. Schardt and Alfred H. Barr, Jr.: 61, [mf 15;947]
Modern Drawings, with John Rewald: 48A, [mf 13;198]

lecture by, 1951 November: General T, [mf 41;248]
"Art Greater than Artists - Wheeler," [review of lecture by Wheeler] by Carol Cushing, WSC Evergreen (Pullman, Wa.), 1964 January 10: 123, [mf 32;158]
"Profile," Apollo Magazine, 1964 June: 123, [mf 32;148]
See also Broadcast

Whistler: Portrait of the Artist's Mother [MoMA Exh. #34c, 1935 May 15-May 18, C/E 1933-34]

5A, [mf 3;1], 5B, [mf 3;116]; 5C, [mf 3;304], 8A, [mf 3;660]
postage stamp, issue of "Whistler's Mother" stamp, 1935 May: General D, [mf 37;588]

White House Festival of the Arts

1965 July: 127, [mf 33;829]

Whitney, Gertrude Vanderbilt

obituary, 1941 April: General K, [mf 39;202]

Whitney, John Hay

Broadcast, CBS, with Luis Quintanella on "Steps Toward Pan-American Unity," 1941 February 28: General J, [mf 39;2]
elected Chairman of The Museum of Modern Art Board of Trustees, 1946 June 7: General N, [mf 40;2]
elected President of The Museum of Modern Art, 1941 January: General I, [mf 38;599]
fellowships, 1953 May: General V, [mf 42;2]
1941 May: General J, [mf 39;2]
1956: General X, [mf 42;447]
marriage, 1942 February: General K, [mf 39;202]
Nazi prison train, escape from, 1944 October 15: General L, [mf 39;419]
awarded Legion of Merit from War Department, 1945 March: General M, [mf 39;637]

speeches by,
Museum of Fine Arts (Texas) Founders Day banquet, 1941: General J, [mf 39;2]
"School of the Air," 1941 February: General J, [mf 39;2]

Whitney, Mrs. John Hay [Betsey Cushing]

"The Three Cushing Girls and their Successful Marriages," by Martha Martin, New York News, 1947 August 3: General 0, [mf 40;378]

Whitney Museum of American Art

relocation due to The Museum of Modern Art expansion, 1967 October: 107, [mf 27;676]
reopening, 1939: General H, [mf 38;401]

Wiemeler, Ignatz

Ignatz Wiemeler, Modern Bookbinder [MoMA Exh. #42b, 1935 September 30-October 24, C/E 1935]: 2A, [mf 2;51]; 22, [mf 6;553]
book reviews: General D, [mf 37;588]

Wilfred, Thomas

Wilfred: Lumia Suite, Op. 158 commissioned for The Museum of Modern Art [MoMA Exh. #732a, 1964 July 13-end date not specified]: 103, [mf 26;614]

William and Mary, College

architectural competition for Festival Theatre and Fine Arts Building, 1938: 35A, [mf 8;804]

Williams College

art department expansion, [1938]: General F, [mf 38;2]

Williams, William Carlos

introduction of five new poets at The Museum of Modern Art, 1952 March 26: General T, [mf 41;248]
See also Modern Poetry Series

Woolley, A. E.

See Museum of Modern Art: Acquisitions

Wooden House in America, The [MoMA Exh. #146, 1941 September 9-September 30, C/E 1940-44]

53, [mf 14;605]

Work from War Veterans' Art Center [MoMA Exh. #383, 1948 September 1-October 10]

126, [mf 33;326]

Work from the Children's Art Carnival in India [MoMA Exh. #755, 1955 February 2-February 26]

General W, [mf 42;263]

Works from the Museum Collection [MoMA Exh. #517, 1952 August 12-September 21]

11A, [mf 4;404]

Works of Art: Given or Promised [MoMA Exh. #633, 1958 October 8-November 9]

43G, [mf 11;645], General Y, [mf 43;2]

Works Projects Administration (WPA)

article, 1933 December 22: General B, [mf 37;209]
concert by New York City Symphony at MoMA, 1939: General H, [mf 38;401]
first art gallery devoted to exhibiting WPA works, opened 1935 December (New Orleans): 23, [mf 6;602]; General E, [mf 37;740]
Murals for the Community exhibition, 1938 June: General G, [mf 38;207]

World of Illusion: Elements of Stage Design [MoMA Exh. #360, 1947 October 14-1948 January 4, C/E 1947-50]

48D, [mf 13;494]

Work of Young Architects in the Middle West, The [MoMA Exh. #28, 1933 April 3-April 30]

2, [mf 1;850]

World War I

art during World War I, 1939-40: General H, [mf 38;401]

World War II and Art

art for defense, 1941: General J, [mf 39;2]
"Art in Wartime," New Republic (New York), 1944 May 15: General L, [mf 39;508]
art and artists during WWII, 1942-46: General K, [mf 39;202]
art education, effect of war on: 83A, [mf 22;484]
art sales during WWII, 1944: General L, [mf 39;419]
art storage during WWII, 1943: General L, [mf 39;419]
"Exiled Artists from Paris Hope to Make New Start Here," by Elizabeth Sacartoff, PM (New York), 1941 June 22: General J, [mf 39;47]
"Museums Plan Shelters for Art in Case of War," Herald-Tribune, 1941 July 26: General J, [mf 39;61]
"The Role of the Artist in Wartime - Question Number One," Art Digest (New York), 1942 January 1: General J, [mf 39;153]

World War II and The Museum of Modern Art,
admission policy for members of the U.S. armed forces, 1941 June 24: General J, [mf 39;2]
air raid precautions, 1941: 56, [mf 14;815]
Armed Services Program, 1942: 56, [mf 14;953]
"Museum's War Program," American Artist, 1942 November: General K, [mf 39;330]
"Safety for the Citizen" film series, 1941: 56, [mf 14;815]
See also Emergency Rescue Committee; German Art; Museum of Modern Art: General

World War II Museum of Modern Art Exhibitions

Arts in Therapy [MoMA Exh. #216, 1943 February 3-March 7]: 58, [mf 15;498]
Bali, Background for War: The Human Problem of Reoccupation [MoMA Exh. #239, 1943 August 11-September 19]: 59, [mf 15;539]
Children's Paintings and the War [MoMA Exh. #200, 1942 November 18-December 13]: 83A, [mf 22;465]
Chinese Children's War Pictures [MoMA Exh. #257, 1944 April 5-May 4]: 126, [mf 33;326]
The Lesson of War Housing [MoMA Exh. #274, 1945 January 16-March 4, C/E 1944-50]: 43B, [mf 11;78], 59, [mf 15;611]
Manzaanar: Photographs by Ansel Adams of Loyal Japanese-American Relocation Center [MoMA Exh. #265, 1944 November 19-December 24]: 59, [mf 15;606]
Power in the Pacific: Battle Photographs of Our Navy in Action on the Sea and in the Sky [MoMA Exh. #275, 1945 January 23-March 20]: 59, [mf 15;615]
Road to Victory [MoMA Exh. #182, 1942 May 21-October 4, C/E 1943-44]: 57, [mf 15;180]
Tunisian Triumphs: War Photos by Eliot Elisofon [MoMA Exh. #233, 1943 June 17-July 25]: 2D, [mf 2;358]
War Caricatures by Hoffmeister and Peel [MoMA Exh. #228, 1943 May 12-June 13]: 2D, [mf 2;343]
War Comes to the People, a Story Written With the Lens [MoMA Exh. #119, 1941 December 10-January 5, C/E 1941]: 43, [mf 10;889]
War Etchings by Goya and Dix [C/E 1938-1940]: General H, [mf 38;401]
The War: Etchings by Otto Dix [MoMA Exh. #34g, July 30-Sept 13, 1934]: 12A, [mf 4;723]
War: Etchings by Otto Dix and Armoured Train, a Painting by Gino Severini [MoMA Exh. #63a, 1937 September 21-October 19]: 33, [mf 8;435]
"Yank" Illustrates the War [MoMA Exh. #222, 1943 March 17-April 18]: [2D, [mf 2;310]

World's Fair, Brussels

Art Committee (René d'Harnoncourt, committee member), 1957 December 3: General V, [mf 42;2]
U.S. Pavilion: 84, [mf 22;592]

World's Fair, New York

1936-39: 13A, [mf 4;893]
1939 April: General G, [mf 38;207]; General Z, [mf 43;257]
1940: General H, [mf 38;401]
"Competition in Sculpture in World's Fair", Daily Worker1940 September 1: General I, [mf 38;620]
1964 June: 125, [mf 33;262]
1964-65: 123, [mf 32;2]
See also Museum of Modern Art: Acquisitions

Wormley, Edward J.

article, 1947 January 6: General O, [mf 40;210]

Wright, Frank Lloyd

"Fallingwater": A Frank Lloyd Wright House Revisited [MoMA Exh. #731, 1963 November 1-December 1]: 115, [mf 29;459]
A New Country House by Frank Lloyd Wright: Scale Model [MoMA Exh. #321, 1946 June 18-September 3]: 43C, [mf 11;233]
A New House by Frank Lloyd Wright [MoMA Exh. #70, 1938 January 25-March 6]: 18, [mf 5;334,F349]
Frank Lloyd Wright, American Architect [MoMA Exh. #114, 1940 November 13-1941 January 5]: 47, [mf 12;596]; General I, [mf 38;599]
Frank Lloyd Wright: Buildings for Johnson's Wax [MoMA Exh. #498, 1952 January 15-March 16]: 11A, [mf 4;359]
Frank Lloyd Wright Drawings [MoMA Exh. #703, 1962 March 14-May 6]: 102, [mf 26;364]
The Drawings of Frank Lloyd Wright [MoMA Exh. cat.] by Arthur Drexler, 1962, reviews: 101, [mf 26;299]
In the Nature of Materials: The Buildings of Frank Lloyd Wright by Henry-Russell Hitchcock, Jr., 1942: 83, [mf 22;11]; 94, [mf 24;587]

Yamaguchi, Shirley

visit to The Museum of Modern Art, 1955 July: 74, [mf 19;703]

"Yank" Illustrates the War [MoMA Exh. #222, 1943 March 17-April 18]

2D, [mf 2;310]

Yesterday's Children

Drawings by Paul Tchelitchew
poem by Parker Tyler [book review], 1945 January: General M, [mf 39;637]

Young American Printmakers [MoMA Exh. #547, 1953 November 25-1954 January 31]

72A, [mf 18;758]

Young Collectors - Junior Council [unnumbered MoMA Exh., 1954]

73, [mf 19;224]

Young Negro Art [MoMA Exh. #243, 1943 October 6-November 28]

83A, [mf 22;533]

Youngerman, Jack

influence of work on fabric designs, 1960 January: 110, [mf 28;236]

Zadkine, Ossip

"L'Exil à New-York" by Zadkine, n.d.: General M, [mf 39;704]


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Series II: Department of Public Information Records

 

Subseries II.A.

Subseries A consists of newspaper and magazine clippings. For Subseries A, the file description begins with the original file title as it was assigned by the staff of the Department of Public Information. Then, the ensuing information follows as appropriate: the title of the MoMA exhibition to which the material refers (in italics); the official MoMA exhibition number and the dates of the exhibition; the Circulating Exhibition number (indicated by C/E) and the dates of circulation; the International Circulating Exhibition number (indicated by ICE) and the dates of circulation; information regarding publications (titles are in italics) and the date of publication; the date range of the records; and the names of significant individuals.

Folder Title
II.A.1 “General, 1929”

—1929-1981

II.A.2 “Clippings”

Cézanne, Gauguin, Seurat, van Gogh, [MoMA Exh. # 1, Nov. 7-Dec. 7, 1929
Weber, Klee, Lehmbruck, Maillol, [MoMA Exh. # 4, March 12-April 2, 1930
Homer, Ryder and Eakins, [MoMA Exh. # 6, May 6-June 4, 1930
Diego Rivera, [MoMA Exh. # 14, Dec. 22, 1931-Jan. 27, 1932]. Alfred H. Barr, Jr.
Modern Architecture: International Exhibition, [MoMA Exh. # 15, Feb. 9-March 23, 1932]. Philip Johnson
American Folk Art: The Art of the Common Man in America, 1750 - 1900, [MoMA Exh. # 22, Nov. 30, 1932-Jan. 14, 1933]. Holger Cahill
International Exhibition of Theatre Art, [MoMA Exh. # 33, Jan. 15-Feb. 25, 1934]. Lee Simonson
Early Museum Architecture, [MoMA Exh. # 34a, April 5-May 5, 1934]. Henry Russell-Hitchcock
Modern Works of Art: 5th Anniversary Exhibition, [MoMA Exh # 37, Nov. 19, 1934-Jan. 20, 1935]. Alfred H. Barr, Jr

II.A.3 “Miscellaneous”

Cézanne, Gauguin, Seurat, van Gogh, [MoMA Exh. # 1, Nov. 7-Dec. 7, 1929
Henri Rousseau, [MoMA Exh. # 175, March 18-May 3, 1942; C/E 1942-43
Development in Children's Art, [MoMA Exh. # 281, March 14-May 13, 1945; C/E 1945-48
Fourteen Americans, [MoMA Exh # 329, Sept. 10-Dec. 8, 1946; C/E 1946-47
Florine Stettheimer, [MoMA Exh. # 332, Oct. 1-Nov. 17, 1946; C/E 1947
—Resignation of James Johnson Sweeney protested by artists, Nov. 2, 1946
"Le Tricorne" by Picasso, [MoMA Exh. # 335, Nov. 19, 1946-Jan. 13, 1947
Recent Acquisitions: 61 Lithographs by Toulouse-Lautrec, [MoMA Exh. # 334, Nov. 19, 1946-Jan. 14, 1947
Useful Objects, [MoMA Exh. # 336, Nov. 26, 1946-Jan. 26, 1947
Children's Holiday Fair of Modern Art, [MoMA Exh. # 338, Dec. 3, 1946-Jan. 5, 1947
Picasso, Fifty Years of His Art by Alfred H. Barr, Jr., Dec. 8, 1946
Henry Moore, [MoMA Exh. # 339, Dec. 17, 1946-March 16, 1947; C/E 1947]. James Johnson Sweeney
—"Henry Moore Comes to America" by John D. Morse, March 1947
—MoMA abstract and non-objective paintings on loan to the John Herron Art Museum, Indianapolis, Indiana, Dec. 23, 1946-Feb. 2, 1947
—Death of Arnold Fieldman, Dec. 30, 1946
—MoMA paintings on loan to the State Museum of New Jersey, Jan. 12-March 2, 1947
—Industrial Design General, Photography Department Jan. 23-Feb. 1, 1947
—Publications: History of Impressionism by John Rewald, 1947
—American Institute of Decorators Annual Competition for Design Excellence Awards, Jan. 4, 1947]. Edgar J. Kaufmann, Jr.
—Party hosted by Dr. and Mrs. Max Ascoli to promote the Italian handicraft industry, Jan. 9, 1947
Experiments in Mobile Design, [MoMA Exh. # 340, Jan. 14-April 13, 1947
The Theatre of Eugene Berman, [MoMA Exh. # 341, Jan. 21-March 9, 1947
The Photographs of Henri Cartier-Bresson, [MoMA Exh. # 343, Feb. 4-April 6, 1947; C/E 1947-49
The Studio, vol. CXXXIII, no. 649, April 1947 article on the art of Mexico including images of works by Julio Castellanos and Juan O'Gorman)
Drawings in the Collection of The Museum of Modern Art, [MoMA Exh. # 347, April 15-June 1, 1947; C/E 1947-49]. Dorothy C. Miller
Taliesin and Taliesin West, [MoMA Exh. # 348, April 15-June 15, 1947
American Paintings from the Museum Collection, [MoMA Exh. # 396, Dec. 21, 1948-March 13, 1949; C/E 1949-52]. Dorothy C. Miller

II.A.4 “Exhibitions: 1929-1945”

—Museum Acquisitions, 1929
Corot, Daumier, [MoMA Exh. # 8, Oct. 15-Nov. 23, 1930]. Alfred H. Barr, Jr.
German Painting and Sculpture, [MoMA Exh. # 11, March 12-April 26, 1931]. Alfred H. Barr, Jr.
Cubism and Abstract Art, [MoMA Exh. # 46, March 2-April 19, 1936]. Alfred H. Barr, Jr.
Prehistoric Rock Pictures in Europe and Africa, [MoMA Exh. # 61, April 28-May 30, 1937]. Dr. Leo Frobenius
The Museum Collection of Painting and Sculpture, [MoMA Exh. # 290, June 20, 1945]. Alfred H. Barr, Jr.
—General Article, 1949
New Images of Man, [MoMA Exh. # 651, Sept. 30-Nov. 29, 1959]. Peter Selz

II.A.5 “Modern Architecture: International Exhibition, 1932”

—1931-1932

II.A.6 “Architecture Exhibitions clippings”

Modern Architecture: International Exhibition, [MoMA Exh. # 15, Feb. 9-March 23, 1932
Posters by Cassandre, [MoMA Exh. # 45a, Jan. 14-Feb. 16, 1936
The Architecture of Henry Hobson Richardson, [MoMA Exh. # 45b, Jan. 14-Feb. 16, 1936
Modern Masters from European and American Collections, [MoMA Exh. # 97, Jan. 26-March 24, 1940
Brazil Builds, [MoMA Exh. # 213, Jan. 13-Feb. 28, 1943
Look At Your Neighborhood, [MoMA Exh. # 256, March 29-June 25, 1944
Art in Progress, [MoMA Exh. # 258, May 24-Oct. 15, 1944
Built in the U.S.A., [MoMA Exh. # 258c, May 24-Sept. 17, 1944
Integrated Building: Kitchen, Bathroom and Storage, [MoMA Exh. # 278, Feb. 21-May 13, 1945
Tomorrow's Small House, [MoMA Exh. # 289, May 29-Sept. 30, 1945
Arts of the South Seas, [MoMA Exh # 306, Jan. 29-May 19, 1946
New Dormitories for Smith College, [MoMA Exh. # 307, Feb. 5-April 14, 1946
Architecture in Steel: An Experiment in Standardization by Konrad Wachsmann, [MoMA Exh. # 308, Feb. 5-March 3, 1946
A Home for U.N.O.: Must We Repeat the Geneva Fiasco? [MoMA Exh. # 309, Feb. 5-March 3, 1946
The Photographs of Edward Weston, [MoMA Exh. # 311, Feb. 11-March 31, 1946
Henry Moore, [MoMA Exh. # 339, Dec. 17, 1946-March 16, 1947
The Photographs of Henri Cartier-Bresson, [MoMA Exh. # 343, Feb. 4-April 6, 1947
Alfred Stieglitz Exhibition: His Photographs, [MoMA Exh. # 351a, June 10-Sept. 21, 1947
Alfred Stieglitz Exhibition: His Collection, [MoMA Exh. # 351a, June 10-Aug. 31, 1947]. Also includes article, "Do You Belong in a Museum?" by Becky Reyher, which mentions Sara Newmeyer and Barbara King of the MoMA Publicity Dept., and The New York Herald's This Week Magazine of March 2, 1947

II.A.7 “Publications/Reviews 1933-1937”

—American Sources of Modern Art: A Catalog of the Ancient Art Works of Middle and South America Exhibited at the Museum, 1933
—Theatre Art, 1934
African Negro Art by James Johnson Sweeney, 1935
America Can't Have Housing by Carol Aronovici, 1935
Louis Sullivan-Prophet of Modern Architecture by Hugh Morrison, 1935
The Lillie P. Bliss Collection catalogue, 1935
Posters by E. McKnight Kauffer
Photography 1839-1937 by Beaumont Newhall
Modern Works of Art by Alfred H. Barr, Jr., Jan. 1935
—Gaston Lachaise, American Sculptor, Feb. 1935
George Caleb Bingham: The Missouri Artist by Alfred H. Barr, Jr., Feb. 1935
—Machine Art, Aug. 1935
—New Horizons in American Art, Aug, 1935
Cubism and Abstract Art by Alfred H. Barr, Jr., May 1936
The New Architecture and the Bauhaus by Walter Gropius, March 1937
Modern Architecture in England by C.H. Reilly, April 1937
Prehistoric Rock Pictures by Leo Frobenius and Douglas C. Fox, June 1937
—"Principi dell'architettura moderna" Avlazione Legionaria, II Secolo XIX, 14 settembre 1937-Anno XV Italian newspaper article regarding MoMA and modern architecture, which includes a picture of a Bauhaus building by Walter Gropius

II.A.8 “General, ca. 1934-ca. 1945”

—1933-1949

II.A.9 “Clippings, 1934”

—1934

II.A.10 “Early Donations and Acquisitions, ca. 1935-ca. 1942”

—1935-1942

II.A.11 “Municipal Art Center, 1936-1937”

—1936-1937

II.A.12 “San Francisco 1950”

John Marin, [MoMA Exh. # 54, Oct. 19-Nov. 22, 1936
Portinari of Brazil, [MoMA Exh. # 108, Oct. 9-Nov. 17, 1940; C/E 1941
Americans 1942: 18 Artists from 9 States, [MoMA Exh. # 168, Jan. 21-March 8, 1942; C/E 1942-43]. Dorothy C. Miller
Americans 1943: Realists and Magic-Realists, [MoMA Exh. # 217, Feb. 10-March 21, 1943; C/E 1943-44
The Paintings of Morris Hirshfield, [MoMA Exh. # 234, June 23-Aug. 1, 1943
Modern Cuban Painting, [MoMA Exh. # 255, March 17-May 7, 1944; C/E 1944-46]. Alfred H. Barr, Jr.
Marsden Hartley, [MoMA Exh. # 263, Oct. 24, 1944-Jan. 14, 1945; C/E 1945-46
Lyonel Feininger, [MoMA Exh. # 264, Oct. 24, 1944-Jan. 14, 1945; C/E 1944-46]. Dorothy C. Miller
Fourteen Americans, [MoMA Exh. # 329, Sept. 10-Dec. 8, 1946; C/E 1946-47]. Dorothy C. Miller
On Being a Cartoonist, [MoMA Exh. # 333, Oct. 15-Nov. 24, 1946; C/E 1946-49]. Robert C. Osborn
Ben Shahn, [MoMA Exh. # 358, Sept. 30, 1947-Jan. 4, 1948; C/E 1947-48]. Lincoln Kirstein
Pierre Bonnard, [MoMA Exh. # 376, May 10-Sept 6, 1948
—Clippings regarding the Sculpture Garden, July-Aug. 1948
—Industrial Design material, July 21, 1948-Feb. 23, 1949]. René d'Harnoncourt, Edgar J. Kaufmann, Jr.
—"China for Use and Beauty" The New York Times, Oct. 3, 1948]. Greta Daniel
Children's Holiday Fair of Modern Art, [MoMA Exh. # 395, Dec. 8, 1948-Jan. 16, 1949
—Clippings regarding Philip Johnson's Gass House in New Canaan, CT, Jan. 1949
George Braque, [MoMA Exh. # 403, March 29-June 12, 1949
The Plaza Promenade, "Museum a la Mode-Mostly Modern" by Merrill Pollack, July 1949
Good Design, [MoMA Exh. # 463, Nov. 21, 1950-Jan. 28, 1951; C/E 1950, 1951]. Edgar J. Kaufmann, Jr.
—General clippings regarding Max Beckman, Feb. 20, 1948-Dec. 1, 1949

II.A.13 “Publication Reviews”

Cubism and Abstract Art by Alfred H. Barr, Jr., 1936
Hendrik Goltzius: Four Engravings by Frederick den Broeder
Word and Image: Posters from the Graphic Design Collection of the Museum of Modern Art, Mildred Constantine, ed., text by Alan M. Fern
The Machine As Seen at the End of the Mechanical Age by K. G. Pontus Hultén
Latin American Architecture Since 1945 by Henry-Russell Hitchcock 1956
The Photographer's Eye by John Szarkowski, 1964
— Etchings by Matisse
— The Prints of Paul Klee
The School of Paris by Lucy Lippard, 1965
D.W. Griffith by Iris Barry, 1966
Architecture without Architects by Bernard Rudofsky
Modern Gardens and the Landscape by Elizabeth B. Kassler, 1966
Dada, Surrealism, and Their Heritage by William S. Rubin, 1968
The Sculpture of Picasso by Roland Penrose, 1968
Harry Callahan, intro by Sherman Paul 1968
Complexity and Contradiction in Modern Architecture by Robert Venturi, 1969
My Galleries and Painters by Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler with Francis Cremieux, 1971
William H. Jackson by Beaumont Newhall and Diana E. Edkins, Gemini Lithography Workshops Publication, 1971
A Short History of the Movies by Ferald Mast, 1971
— Violent America: The Movies 1946-64, 1972
The Work of Frei Otto by Ludwig Glaeser, 1972
Portrait of Picasso by Robert Penrose, 1972
Looking at Photographs by John Szarkowski, 1973
The History of Photography by Beaumont Newhall, 1974, "Tetrascroll" by R. Buckminster Fuller, 1976
Painting and Sculpture in The Museum of Modern Art 1929-1967 by Alfred H. Barr, Jr., 1977
The Portfolios of Ansel Adams by John Szarkowski, 1977
Cézanne: The Late Works, William S. Rubin, ed., 1977
Public Relations by Garry Winogrand, 1978
The Architecture of the Ecole des Beaux Arts by Arthur Drexler, 1978

II.A.14 “Exhibition of Fantastic Art, Dada and Surrealism”

Fantastic Art, Dada, Surrealism, [MoMA Exh. # 55, Dec. 7, 1936-Jan. 17, 1937]. Alfred H. Barr, Jr

II.A.15 “Profiles of The Museum of Modern Art General Articles”

—1938-1982

II.A.16 “Installation Photographs for `Elements of Design'-Cir. Ex.”

Housing: Recent Developments in Europe and America, C/E 1940-44]. Elizabeth Mock
Variety in Abstraction, C/E 1944-46]. James Johnson Sweeney
Elements of Design, [MoMA Exh. # 299, Oct. 23-Nov. 15, 1945; C/E 1945]. Robert J. Wolff, Victor D'Amico, Alice Otis, Elodie Courter
The House in the Museum Garden, [MoMA Exh. 405, April 12-Oct. 30, 1949
Twentieth-Century Italian Art, [MoMA Exh. # 413, June 28-Sept. 18, 1949
Polio Poster Competition, [MoMA Exh. # 427, Oct. 31-Nov. 20, 1949; C/E 1950]. Mildred Constantine
—Vienna Biennale, 1950
Calligraphic and Geometric: Two Linear Tendencies in Recent American Painting, C/E 1950-54
—General clippings, May 1949-May 28, 1950

II.A.17 “No Title”

—La pintura contemporanea norteamericana, Oct. 1941
Joan Miró by James Johnson Sweeney, Nov. 1941
Salvador Dalí by James Thrall Soby, Dec. 1941
Latin-American Costumes by Dorothy Gladys Spicer, Dec. 1941
Tchelitchew: Paintings, Drawings by James Thrall Soby, 1942
Americans 1941 by Dorothy C. Miller, March 1942
Henri Rousseau by Daniel Cotton Rich, July 1942
Art of Australia by Sydney Ure Smith, July 1942
Vincent van Gogh: A Biography by Charles Mattoon Brooks, Jr., Aug. 1942
20th Century Portraits by Monroe Wheeler, Jan. 1943
The Sculpture of John B. Flannagan by Dorothy C. Miller, Jan. 1943
Brazil Builds by Philip L. Goodwin and G.E. Kidder Smith, May 1943
The Latin American Collection by Lincoln Kirstein, May 1943
Painting and Sculpture in The Museum of Modern Art by Alfred H. Barr, Jr., May 1943
American Realists and Magic Realists by Dorothy C. Miller and Alfred H. Barr, Jr., Sept. 1943
Alexander Calder by James Johnson Sweeney, Feb. 1944
What is Modern Art? by Alfred H. Barr, Jr., March 1944
—American Battle Painting 1776-1918, Nov. 1944
George Rouault by James Thrall Soby, Summer 1945
Marc Chagall by James Johnson Sweeney, Dec. 1946
Picasso: Fifty Years of His Art by Alfred H. Barr, Jr., Aug. 1947
Contemporary Painters by James Thrall Soby, Dec. 1948

II.A.18 “Secretary's Office 1937 Applications, lectures”

Images of Freedom, [MoMA Exh. # 155, Oct. 29-Feb. 1, 1942; C/E 1942-45
Lyonel Feininger, [MoMA Exh. # 264, Oct. 24, 1944-Jan. 14, 1945; C/E 1944-46]. Dorothy C. Miller
Anni Albers Textile, [MoMA Exh. # 421, Sept. 14-Nov. 6, 1949; C/E 1949-53
—Publications: James Johnson Sweeney: Marc Chagall, 1946; Guide to Modern Architecture; Twentieth-Century Italian Art; Twenty-Eighth Annual Exhibition of Advertising and Editorial Art, reproductions from the MoMA exhibition, 1949
—"Always an Angle" Houston Chronicle Magazine, Nov. 20, 1949, article about modern art's influence on fashion]. Berta Mohr
—"Midseason Moderns" The New York Times Magazine, Dec. 4, 1949, article featuring fashions photographed in Breuer House at MoMA]. Virginia Pope
—"Profiles: After Enough Years Have Passed" The New Yorker, May 7, 1949, article about John Sloan]. Robert M. Coates
—Film Event: First Public Forum of Screen Directors Guild, June 23, 1949; Documentary Film Program, Aug. 24, 1949; What is Modern Art? (filmed in MoMA by William Riethof), Oct. 29, 1949; MoMA Film Screenings, Nov. 1949; Film Screening: René Clair's The Italian Straw Hat, Nov. 1949; Unusual Film Program, Nov. 10, 1949; Film Event: The Second Public Film Forum of the Screen Directors Guild, Nov. 29, 1949; Film Screenings: Robert Benchley's The Sex Life of a Polyp and Duck Soup, Nov. 29, 1949
—Foreign Policy Association program at MoMA, Nov. 1, 1949
—Joseph Albers lecture in Cincinnati, OH, Nov. 18, 1949; Film Event: Aaron Copeland Presents The Heiress film score to MoMA, Nov. 29, 1949
Polio Poster Competition, [MoMA Exh. # 427, Oct. 31-Nov. 20, 1949; C/E 1950]. Mildred Constantine
Paintings by Japanese Children, Aged 6 - 12, [MoMA Exh. # 428, Nov. 2-Nov. 27, 1949
—Musical Events: League of Composers performance of Arlene Carmen singing songs by Stefan Wolpe, July 1949; League of Composers 27th season opening at MoMA, featuring the music of Benjamin Britten and Peter Pears, Nov. 13, 1949; International Society for Contemporary Music performance honoring composer Arnold Schoenberg, Nov. 23, 1949, Dimitri Mitropoulos, conductor

II.A.19 “No Title”

Brazil Builds, [MoMA Exh # 213, Jan. 13-Feb. 28, 1943
—C/E large version: 1942-45; C/E small version: 1943-46]. Philip L. Goodwin, George E. Kidder-Smith

II.A.20 “ `Serenade' Concert Series & Misc. Music Events Clippings”

—Advance notices and reviews, Feb. 26-July 1943

II.A.21 “Miscellaneous and General Clippings”

—General clippings, Dec. 9, 1943-July 27, 1952
Marc Chagall, [MoMA Exh. # 316, April 9-June 23, 1946
Science Illustrated article, "Mathematics or Modern Art?" Jan. 1948
Art Directors Club 28th Annual Exhibition of Advertising and Editorial Art of the New York Art Directors Club, [MoMA Exh. # 401, March 15-April 17, 1949; C/E 1950-53
—Film Screening: Silent Picture Revival of The Big Parade, July 2, 1949
Modern Art in Your Life, [MoMA Exh. # 423, Oct. 5-Dec. 4, 1949
Photographs of Picasso by Gjon Mili and Robert Capa, [MoMA Exh. # 435, Jan. 24-March 19, 1950
Charles Demuth, [MoMA Exh. # 439, March 7-June 11, 1950; C/E 1950-51].
—Scheduled showing and cancellation of Film Premiere: It's High Time, April 5, 1950

II.A.22 “Miscellaneous and General Clippings cont'd.”

—Overflow from previous file

II.A.23 “Creative Photography”

Creative Photography, [MoMA Exh. # 280, March 6-25, 1945; C/E 1945]. Note: clippings from 1966-1970 may or may not reflect [MoMA Exh. # 280

II.A.24 “Moore & Arts of South Seas not in PI scrap...”

Arts of the South Seas, [MoMA Exh. # 306, Jan. 29-May 19, 1946; C/E 1946-47]. René d'Harnoncourt
Henry Moore, [MoMA Exh. # 339, Dec. 17, 1946-March 16, 1947; C/E 1947]. James Johnson Sweeney

II.A.25 “Weston 1946 Show”

The Photographs of Edward Weston, [MoMA Exh. # 311, Feb. 11-March 31, 1946]. Nancy Newhall

II.A.26 “Miscellaneous Clippings”

Henry Moore, [MoMA Exh. # 339, Dec. 17, 1946-March 16, 1947; C/E 1947]. James Johnson Sweeney
—Publications: includes Salvador Dalí by James Thrall Soby, 1947; Henri Rousseau by Daniel Catton Rich, 1947; and Fourteen Americans by Dorothy C. Miller, 1947
—General clippings, Jan. 20, 1947-April 6, 1950
Twentieth-Century Italian Art, [MoMA Exh. # 413, June 28-Sept. 18, 1949
Postage Stamp Design, [MoMA Exh. # 420, Aug. 3-Oct. 7, 1949; C/E 1949
—Publications: Well Designed American Household Things, 1950

II.A.27 “Barr 1947 Annual American Design Award”

—1947 American Design Award sponsored by Lord & Taylor, presented by Miss Dorothy Shaver, given to Alfred H. Barr, Jr

II.A.28 “Victor D'Amico, 1947”

—1947

II.A.29 “Film Related”

—Film-related clippings Jan. 12, 1947-Dec. 17, 1949]. Iris Barry, William L. Jamison

II.A.30 “Publications: Juan Gris by J. T. Soby”

Juan Gris: His Life and Work by Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler 1948; Post-Impressionism: From Van Gogh to Gauguin by John Rewald 1956; Portrait of Picasso by Roland Penrose 1957; Juan Gris by James Thrall Soby 1958

II.A.31 “General, 1950-1964”

—1948-1978

II.A.32 “Miscellaneous Clippings”

Art Directors Club 28th Annual Exhibition of Advertising and Editorial Art of the New York Art Directors Club, [MoMA Exh. # 401, March 15-April 17, 1949; C/E 1950-53
—Film Event: First Public Forum of Screen Directors Guild, June 23, 1949; Film Screening: Moana, Aug. 1, 1949; Film Screening: UN film-strip Dramatizing the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Sept. 8, 1949; Film Event: Second Public Film Forum of the Screen Directors Guild, Nov. 29, 1949; Film Screening: Samson and Delilah, Nov. 11 and 14, 1949
—Alfred Stieglitz bequest to Fisk University, Nashville, TN, Summer 1949
—Musical Events: League of Composers 27th season opening at MoMA, featuring the music of Benjamin Britten and Peter Pears, Nov. 13, 1949; Schoenberg program, U.S. Section, International Society for Contemporary Music, Nov. 23, 1949

II.A.33 “Klee”

Paul Klee, [MoMA Exh. # 433, Dec. 20, 1949-Feb. 19, 1950; Paul Klee Foundation, C/E 1949-50; Paul Klee: Paintings and Prints, C/E 1949-51; Paul Klee: Drawings, 1908 - 1940, C/E 1952-53]. James Thrall Soby, Margaret Miller

II.A.34 “Brazil Builds”

—Clippings, April 30-May 21, 1950 (Note: file title is not reflective of the contents)

II.A.35 “Good Design Exhibition 463/1”

Good Design, [MoMA Exh. # 463, Nov. 21, 1950-Jan. 28, 1951; C/E 1950, 1951]. Edgar J. Kaufmann, Jr

II.A.36 “Good Design Exhibition 463/2”

Good Design, [MoMA Exh. # 463, Nov. 21, 1950-Jan. 28, 1951; C/E 1950, 1951]. Edgar J. Kaufmann, Jr

II.A.37 “Clippings: De Stijl”

De Stijl, [MoMA Exh. # 527, Dec. 16, 1952-Feb. 15, 1953]. Greta Daniel with Alfred H. Barr, Jr., Philip Johnson, and Gerrit Rietveld

II.A.38 “El Museo de Arte Moderno de Nueva York 1953”

El Museo de Arte Moderno de Nueva York, Sobretiro del Num. 43 de la Revista "Arquitectura" Mexico, 1953

II.A.39 “Printed Promotional Material”

—1953-May 25, 1964, includes Museum of Modern Art reprint from November 1953 issue of Holiday Magazine

II.A.40 “Key Museum History”

—Dec. 19, 1953-Jan. 1986

II.A.41 “Misc. Publications: 1954-1970”

How to Take Care of Your Pictures Carolyn K. Keck 1954— Swedish Films by Einar Lauritzen, 1954
Post-Impressionism: From Van Gogh to Gauguin by John Rewald, 1956
—The New American Painting 1959
15 Polish Painters by Peter Selz 1962
A Life of Photography by Edward Steichen 1963
Twelve Fables of Aesop by Glenway Wescott with illustrations by Antonio Frasconi, 1965
Greetings!, intro by Mildred Constantine
American Photographers by Walker Evans with an essay by Lincoln Kirstein, 1967
—The Art of the Real, 1967
Intolerance: A Shot-By-Shot Analysis by Theodore Huff, 1967
Experiments in Creative Art Teaching by Victor D'Amico, 1968
Art for the Family by Victor D'Amico, Frances Wilson, and Moreen Maser, 1968
Tamarind: Homage to Lithography, intro by Virginia Allen, 1969
Lyonel Feininger: The Ruin by the Sea, intro by Eila Kokkinen, 1969
Twentieth-Century Art from the Nelson Aldrich Rockefeller Collection, intro by William S. Lieberman, 1969
Spaces catalogue 1970

II.A.42* Japanese Exhibition House Scrapbook

Japanese Exhibition House, [MoMA Exh. #559, June 16-October 21, 1954; April 26-October 15, 1955]. Arthur Drexler

II.A.43 “Le Musee d'Art Moderne de New York City pp. 22-27”

Informations et Documents, Number 17, Nov. 15, 1954

II.A.44 “Publication Masters of Modern Art”

Masters of Modern Art by Alfred H. Barr, Jr., 1955

II.A.45 “Publications: Nolde Book”

Emil Nolde by Peter Selz, 1955

II.A.46 “Salut a la France 4/15/55”

Informations et Documents, Number 26, April 15, 1955

II.A.47 “Informations et Documents 5/1/55”

Informations et Documents, Number 27, May 1, 1955

II.A.48 “Publications: Post-Impressionism Rewald 1956”

Post Impressionism: From Van Gogh to Gauguin by John Rewald 1956

II.A.49 “Publications: Portrait of Picasso”

Post-Impressionism: From Van Gogh to Gauguin by John Rewald, 1956; Juan Gris by James Thrall Soby 1958; The Sculpture of Picasso by Roland Penrose, 1967; Gertrude Stein on Picasso, Edward Burns, ed., 1970; Pablo Picasso: A Retrospective, William S. Rubin, ed., 1986

II.A.50 “gris 1958”

Juan Gris, [MoMA Exh. # 630, April 8-April 15 and May 1-11, 1958]. James Thrall Soby

II.A.51 “MoMA Fire”

—April 15, 1958

II.A.52 “Design Today in America and Europe ICE 1959”

Design Today in America and Europe, SP-ICE-17-57, 1959-61]. Greta Daniel

II.A.53 “Expansion, 1959-1969”

—1959-1969

II.A.54 “Haniwa: Publicity Notices Clippings”

—C/E 59-5, Dec. 13, 1959-Oct. 29, 1960

II.A.55 “Exhibitions: Sixteen Americans 1959”

16 Americans, [MoMA Exh. # 656, Dec. 16, 1959-Feb. 17, 1960]. Dorothy C. Miller, Director; J. De Feo, Wally Hedrick, James Jarvaise, Jasper Johns, Ellsworth Kelly, Alfred Leslie, Landès Lewitin, Richard Lytle, Robert Mallary, Louise Nevelson, Robert Rauschenberg, Julius Scmidt, Richard Stankiewicz, Frank Stella, Albert Urban, Jack Youngerman

II.A.56 “Publications: Monet by Seitz”

Claude Monet: Seasons and Moments by William C. Seitz, 1960

II.A.57 “Publications: New Images of Man”

New Images of Man by Peter Selz, 1960

II.A.58 “Canaday, 1960”

—1960

II.A.59 “Exhibitions: Claude Monet: Seasons and Moments 1960”

Claude Monet: Seasons and Moments, [MoMA Exh. # 660, March 9-May 15, 1960]. William C. Seitz

II.A.60 “Art Nouveau and Book # 98-1960”

Art Nouveau, [MoMA Exh. # 666, June 8-Sept. 6, 1960]. Peter Selz

II.A.61 “T.V. U.S.A * Photostat of Clips”

—Sept. 9, 1960-Nov. 22, 1962

II.A.62 “Visionary Architecture Photostats of Clippings”

Visionary Architecture, [MoMA Exh. # 670, Sept. 28-Dec. 4, 1960; C/E 61-47]. Arthur Drexler

II.A.63 “Stairs”

Stairs, C/E 61-37, 1961-65]. Bernard Rudofsky

II.A.64 “Exhibitions: Max Ernst 1961”

Max Ernst, [MoMA Exh. # 680, March 1-May 8, 1961; C/E 1962-63]. William S. Lieberman

II.A.65 “Edward Steichen Show March 27-May 21, 1961”

Steichen the Photographer, [MoMA Exh. # 682, March 28-May 30, 1961; C/E 61-45, 1961-63; ICE-F-72-62, 1963-1970

II.A.66 “Steichen the Photographer, Warsaw”

Steichen the Photographer, [MoMA Exh. # 682, March 28-May 30, 1961; C/E 61-45, 1961-63; ICE-F-72-62, 1963-1970

II.A.67 “Steichen the Photographer, Koszalin”

Steichen the Photographer, [MoMA Exh. # 682, March 28-May 30, 1961; C/E 61-45, 1961-63; ICE-F-72-62, 1963-1970

II.A.68 “Steichen the Photographer, Krakow”

Steichen the Photographer, [MoMA Exh. # 682, March 28-May 30, 1961; C/E 61-45, 1961-63; ICE-F-72-62, 1963-1970

II.A.69 “Steichen the Photographer, Wroclaw”

Steichen the Photographer, [MoMA Exh. # 682, March 28-May 30, 1961; C/E 61-45, 1961-63; ICE-F-72-62, 1963-1970

II.A.70 “Steichen the Photographer, Romanian Newspaper Articles”

Steichen the Photographer, [MoMA Exh. # 682, March 28-May 30, 1961; C/E 61-45, 1961-63; ICE-F-72-62, 1963-1970

II.A.71 “American Seen Between the Wars Exhibition: 1961”

America Seen Between the Wars, [MoMA Exh. # 684, April 25-Aug. 7, 1961]. Alfred H. Barr, Jr

II.A.72 “Design for Sport 1962”

Design for Sport, [MoMA Exh. # 706, May 15-July 29, 1962]. Arthur Drexler

II.A.73 “Modern American Drawing”

—June 5, 1961-July 22, 1962; ICE-F-44-60]. William S. Lieberman, Director, Elaine L. Johnson

II.A.74 “Louis I. Kahn: Richards Medical Research Building 6/61-7/16/61”

Richards Medical Research Building-Louis I. Kahn, Architect, [MoMA Exh. # 688, June 6-July 16, 1961

II.A.75 “Walter P. Chrysler Collection”

—June 17-Oct. 29 1962

II.A.76 “Jazz in the Garden-1961”

—Jazz in the Garden at MoMA, June 22-Sept. 14, 1961]. Richard Koch; Sarah Rubenstein; Broadcast Music, Inc.; American Society of Composers; Authors and Publishers, Sesac, Inc

II.A.77 Saturday Review, 9/8/62”

—Sept. 8, 1962

II.A.78 “Mark Tobey Exhibition General 1962”

Mark Tobey, [MoMA Exh. # 710, Sept. 12-Nov. 9, 1962; C/E 63-11]. William C. Seitz

II.A.79 “International Council Meeting Oct. 1962-Washington Photostat of Clips”

—Oct. 1962

II.A.80 “Sao Paulo”

—Nov. 1. 1962-March 5, 1970

II.A.81 “Publications: Rodin Book”

Rodin by Albert E. Elsen, 1963

II.A.82 “General, 1965”

—1963-1965

II.A.83 “Lartigue, Jacques Henri: Photographer”

Photographs by Lartigue, [MoMA Exh. # 725, July 1-Nov. 3, 1963]. John Szarkowski

II.A.84 “1972 General Publications and Reviews”

—July 29, 1963-May 1974

II.A.85 “Publications: Architecture Without Architects”

Architecture Without Architects by Bernard Rudofsky, 1964

II.A.86 “Publications: Margaret Scolari Barr's Medardo Rosso”

Medardo Rosso by Margaret Scolari Barr, 1964

II.A.87 “Publications: Redon, Moreau and Bresdin”

Odilon Redon, Gustave Moreau, Rodolphe Bredin by John Rewald, Dore Ashton, and Harold Joachim, 1964

II.A.88 “Publications: The Photographer and the American”

The Photographer and the American Landscape by John Szarkowski, 1964

II.A.89 “Expansion, 1965-1969”

—1964-1968

II.A.90 “The Eight”

—April 1964-Jan. 3, 1966; C/E 63-10]. Alicia Legg

II.A.91 New York, May 24, 1964, `MoMA Opens Her Arms Again' ”

—MoMA re-opening article by Tom Wolfe

II.A.92 “American Painters As New Lithographers”

—American Painters As New Lithographers, [MoMA Exh. # 739, May 27-Sept. 13, 1964; C/E 63-13, 1963-64; ICE-F-107-66, 25 Contemporary American Artists as Printmakers, 1967-70]. William S. Lieberman

II.A.93 “Photographer's Eye May 27-Aug. 23, 1964”

The Photographer's Eye, [MoMA Exh. # 741, May 27-Aug. 23, 1964; C/E 64-6; ICE-F-106-66, 1967-1972]. John Szarkowski

II.A.94 “The Photographer's Eye, Philippines”

The Photographer's Eye, [MoMA Exh. # 741, May 27-Aug. 23, 1964; C/E 64-6; ICE-F-106-66, 1967-1972]. John Szarkowski

II.A.95 “The Photographer's Eye, Madras, India”

The Photographer's Eye, [MoMA Exh. # 741, May 27-Aug. 23, 1964; C/E 64-6; ICE-F-106-66, 1967-1972]. John Szarkowski

II.A.96 “The Photographer's Eye, Bombay, India”

The Photographer's Eye, [MoMA Exh. # 741, May 27-Aug. 23, 1964; C/E 64-6; ICE-F-106-66, 1967-1972]. John Szarkowski

II.A.97 “The Photographer's Eye, Calcutta, India”

The Photographer's Eye, [MoMA Exh. # 741, May 27-Aug. 23, 1964; C/E 64-6; ICE-F-106-66, 1967-1972]. John Szarkowski

II.A.98 “The Photographer's Eye, Eindhoven, The Netherlands”

The Photographer's Eye, [MoMA Exh. # 741, May 27-Aug. 23, 1964; C/E 64-6; ICE-F-106-66, 1967-1972]. John Szarkowski

II.A.99 “The Photographer's Eye, Bonn, Germany”

The Photographer's Eye, [MoMA Exh. # 741, May 27-Aug. 23, 1964; C/E 64-6; ICE-F-106-66, 1967-1972]. John Szarkowski

II.A.100 “The Photographer's Eye, Lausanne, Switzerland”

The Photographer's Eye, [MoMA Exh. # 741, May 27-Aug. 23, 1964; C/E 64-6; ICE-F-106-66, 1967-1972]. John Szarkowski

II.A.101 “The Photographer's Eye, Dusseldorf, Germany”

The Photographer's Eye, [MoMA Exh. # 741, May 27-Aug. 23, 1964; C/E 64-6; ICE-F-106-66, 1967-1972]. John Szarkowski

II.A.102 “The Photographer's Eye, Grenoble, France”

The Photographer's Eye, [MoMA Exh. # 741, May 27-Aug. 23, 1964; C/E 64-6; ICE-F-106-66, 1967-1972]. John Szarkowski

II.A.103 “The Photographer's Eye, Saint-Etienne, France”

The Photographer's Eye, [MoMA Exh. # 741, May 27-Aug. 23, 1964; C/E 64-6; ICE-F-106-66, 1967-1972]. John Szarkowski

II.A.104 “The Photographer's Eye, Helsinki, Finland”

The Photographer's Eye, [MoMA Exh. # 741, May 27-Aug. 23, 1964; C/E 64-6; ICE-F-106-66, 1967-1972]. John Szarkowski

II.A.105 “20th-Century Engineering”

Twentieth-Century Engineering, [MoMA Exh. # 744, June 30-Sept. 13, 1964; C/E 65-2, 1965-71; ICE-F-104-65, 1966-1974]. Arthur Drexler

II.A.106 “20th-Century Engineering”

Twentieth-Century Engineering, [MoMA Exh. # 744, June 30-Sept. 13, 1964; C/E 65-2, 1965-71; ICE-F-104-65, 1966-1974]. Arthur Drexler

II.A.107 “20th-Century Engineering, Czechoslovakia”

Twentieth-Century Engineering, [MoMA Exh. # 744, June 30-Sept. 13, 1964; C/E 65-2, 1965-71; ICE-F-104-65, 1966-1974]. Arthur Drexler

II.A.108 “Twentieth-Century Engineering”

Twentieth-Century Engineering, [MoMA Exh. # 744, June 30-Sept. 13, 1964; C/E 65-2, 1965-71; ICE-F-104-65, 1966-1974]. Arthur Drexler

II.A.109 “Contemporary Painter & Sculptors as Printmakers”

Contemporary Painters and Sculptors as Printmakers, [MoMA Exh. # 747, Sept. 15-Oct. 25, 1964; C/E 1966-68; ICE-F-99-64]. Elaine Johnson

II.A.110 “Bonnard”

Bonnard and His Environment, [MoMA Exh. # 749, Oct. 7-Nov. 29, 1964; C/E 1964]. James Elliott and Monroe Wheeler

II.A.111 “Arch. w/o Arch-Czechoslovakia Jan.-March 1971”

Architecture Without Architects, [MoMA Exh. # 752, Nov. 11, 1964-Feb. 7, 1965; C/E 62-9, 1965-73; ICE-F-70-62, July 1966-March 1967]. Bernard Rudofsky

II.A.112 “Architecture without Architects-Helsinki, Finland Aug 11-Sept. 30 `70”

Architecture Without Architects, [MoMA Exh. # 752, Nov. 11, 1964-Feb. 7, 1965; C/E 62-9, 1965-73; ICE-F-70-62, July 1966-March 1967]. Bernard Rudofsky

II.A.113 “Arch. w/o Arch. Bielefeld”

Architecture Without Architects, [MoMA Exh. # 752, Nov. 11, 1964-Feb. 7, 1965; C/E 62-9, 1965-73; ICE-F-70-62, July 1966-March 1967]. Bernard Rudofsky

II.A.114 “Arch. w/o Arch. Hamburg”

Architecture Without Architects, [MoMA Exh. # 752, Nov. 11, 1964-Feb. 7, 1965; C/E 62-9, 1965-73; ICE-F-70-62, July 1966-March 1967]. Bernard Rudofsky

II.A.115 “Arch. w/o Arch. Dusseldorf”

Architecture Without Architects, [MoMA Exh. # 752, Nov. 11, 1964-Feb. 7, 1965; C/E 62-9, 1965-73; ICE-F-70-62, July 1966-March 1967]. Bernard Rudofsky

II.A.116 “Architecture w/o Arch. Vienna-Reviews”

Architecture Without Architects, [MoMA Exh. # 752, Nov. 11, 1964-Feb. 7, 1965; C/E 62-9, 1965-73; ICE-F-70-62, July 1966-March 1967]. Bernard Rudofsky

II.A.117 “Architecture w/o Arch. Spanish Reviews-Seville”

Architecture Without Architects, [MoMA Exh. # 752, Nov. 11, 1964-Feb. 7, 1965; C/E 62-9, 1965-73; ICE-F-70-62, July 1966-March 1967]. Bernard Rudofsky

II.A.118 “Architecture w/o Arch. French Reviews-Paris”

Architecture Without Architects, [MoMA Exh. # 752, Nov. 11, 1964-Feb. 7, 1965; C/E 62-9, 1965-73; ICE-F-70-62, July 1966-March 1967]. Bernard Rudofsky

II.A.119 “Clippings: Architecture w/o Arch.”

Architecture Without Architects, [MoMA Exh. # 752, Nov. 11, 1964-Feb. 7, 1965; C/E 62-9, 1965-73; ICE-F-70-62, July 1966-March 1967]. Bernard Rudofsky

II.A.120 “Architecture w/o Architects Czechoslovak Building Center Prague, Czechoslovakia-Nov. 17-Dec. 12 `70”

Architecture without Architects [MoMA Exh. # 752, Nov. 11, 1964-Feb. 7, 1965; C/E 62-9, 1965-73; ICE-F-70-62, July 1966-March 1967]. Bernard Rudofsky

II.A.121 “Publications: General”

—Dec. 6, 1964-Dec. 1983

II.A.122 “Milton Avery-1966 P&S”

—1965-66; C/E 64-7]. Alicia Legg

II.A.123 “Publications: Art and Intellect”

Art and Intellect, Mervyn Levy, ed., 1965

II.A.124 “Publications: Art Israel”

Art Israel: 26 Painters and Sculptors by William C. Seitz, 1965

II.A.125 “Publications: Bauhaus”

—Christmas Cards, 1965

II.A.126 “Publications: Christmas Cards and Gifts 1965”
II.A.127 “Publications: Ecclesiastes-Etchings by W.M. Major”

Ecclesiastes by William Majors, 1965

II.A.128 “Publications: Griffith Film Series”

D.W. Griffith: American Film Master by Iris Barry, 1965

II.A.129 “Publications: Lettering by Modern Artists”

Lettering by Modern Artists by Mildred Constantine, 1965].

II.A.130 “Publications: Modern Architecture, U.S.A.”

Modern Architecture, U.S.A., intro by Arthur Drexler, 1965

II.A.131 “Publications: Modern Gardens and Landscapes”

Modern Gardens and the Landscape by Elizabeth B. Kassler, 1965

II.A.132 “International Council and New Japanese Council Arts Magazine Reprint”

—Jan. 1965

II.A.133 “The Responsive Eye”

The Responsive Eye, [MoMA Exh. # 757, Feb. 25-April 25, 1965; C/E 1965-66]. William C. Seitz

II.A.134 “Children's Art from Hong Kong Schools, March 9-April 3, 1965, [MoMA Exh. 759”

Children's Art from Hong Kong Schools, [MoMA Exh. # 759, March 9-April 3, 1965]. Michael F. Griffith

II.A.135 “Siskind Recently NIB”

Siskind Recently, [MoMA Exh. # 765, May 5-June 27, 1965]. John Szarkowski

II.A.136 “Jazz in the Garden-1965”

—Jazz in the Garden at MoMA, June 17-Aug. 19, 1965]. Richard Koch, Sarah Rubenstein, ABC Paramount Records, Inc., Impulse Records, Inc., Acoustic Research Inc., The Sound of Jazz Company, and Charles Graham

II.A.137 “Masuo Ikeda clippings”

The Prints of Masuo Ikeda, [MoMA Exh. # 771, Aug. 10-Sept. 19, 1965; C/E 66-20, 1966-1969]. William S. Lieberman, Director

II.A.138 “Acquisitions: Sculpture”

—Aug. 25-Sept. 12, 1965]. Seymour Lipton, Henry Moore, George Rickey

II.A.139 “Structures for Sound: Musical Instruments by François & Bernard Baschet General”

Structures for Sound: Musical Instruments by François and Bernard Baschet, [MoMA Exh. # 777, Oct. 5, 1965-Jan. 23, 1966

II.A.140 “Sculpture in Glass Nov. 1965”

Sculpture in Glass, [MoMA Exh. # 780, Nov. 16, 1965-Jan. 2, 1966]. Peter Selz

II.A.141 “Around the Automobile”

Around the Automobile, [MoMA Exh. # 781, Dec. 11, 1965-March 21, 1966; C/E 66-7]. Alfred H. Barr, Jr

II.A.142 “Japanese Children's Art N.I.B. Dec. 1965-783”

Art Work of Japanese Children, [MoMA Exh. # 783, Dec. 15, 1965-Feb. 19, 1966; C/E 1966-69]. Victor D'Amico

II.A.143 “Magritte Dec. 1965 782”

René Magritte, [MoMA Exh. # 782, Dec. 15, 1965-Feb. 27, 1966]. James Thrall Soby

II.A.144 “Rauschenberg's Illustrations for Dante's Inferno”

Rauschenberg: 34 Drawings for Dante's Inferno, [MoMA Exh. # 785, Dec. 21, 1965-March 22, 1966; C/E 1966-68; ICE-F-97-64]. William S. Lieberman

II.A.145 “Publications: Appointment Calendar `66, `67, `68, `69”
II.A.146 “Publications: Architecture of Japan”

The Architecture of Japan by Arthur Drexler, 1966 reprint of 1955 edition

II.A.147 “Publications: Arno Publications”

—Reprint of 15 out-of-print publications, 1966

II.A.148 “Publications: Christmas Cards and Gifts 1966”
II.A.149 “Publications: Contemporary Painters and Sculptors as Printmakers”

Contemporary Painters and Sculptors as Printmakers by Elaine L. Johnson, 1966

II.A.150 “Publications: Dorthea Lange”

Dorthea Lange by George P. Elliott, 1966

II.A.151 “Publications: Films of Josef von Sternberg”

The Films of Josef von Sternberg by Andrew Sarris, 1966

II.A.152 “Publications: Guide to Modern Art in Europe”

—Guide to Modern Art in Europe, 1966

II.A.153 “Publications: Hampton Album”

The Hampton Album, into by Lincoln Kirstein, photos by Frances B. Johnston, 1966

II.A.154 “Publications: Henri Matisse”

Henri Matisse: 64 Paintings by Lawrence Gowing, 1966

II.A.155 “Publications: Magritte Book”

René Magritte by James Thrall Soby, 1966

II.A.156 “Publications: Nakian by Frank O'Hara”

Nakian by Frank O'Hara, 1966

II.A.157 “Publications: Sophia Loren”

The Career of an Actress: Sophia Loren, film still portfolio 1966

II.A.158 “Publications: Turner-Imagination”

Turner: Imagination and Reality by Lawrence Gowing, 1966

II.A.159 “Publications: 20th Century Engineering”

Twentieth-Century Engineering, Arthur Drexler, ed., 1966

II.A.160 “Herr, 1966”

—1966

II.A.161 “General, 1966”

—1966

II.A.162 “Book Items-Promotion Publicity”

—The Hampton Album, 1966
Modern Gardens and the Landscape by Elizabeth B. Kassler, 1966
—MoMA: 15 Publications in Reprint, 1966
In Memory of My Feelings by Frank O'Hara, 1968
The Sculpture of Picasso by Roland Penrose, 1968
Museums in New York by Fred W. McDarrah
Amish by Stephen White, 1968
Storyville Portraits by E.J. Bellocq, John Szarkowski, ed., 1971
Frank Stella by William S. Rubin, 1971
The Architecture of Luis Barragán by Emilio Ambasz, 1976
Cézanne: The Late Work, William S. Rubin, ed., 1977
The Museum of Modern Art Artists' Cookbook by Madeleine Conway and Nancy Kirk, 1977
Callahan, John Szarkowski, ed., 1977
Painting and Sculpture in the Museum of Modern Art 1929-1967 by Alfred H. Barr, Jr., 1977
Claes Oldenburg by Barbara Rose, 1978
The Architecture of the Ecole des Beaux Arts by Arthur Drexler, 1978

II.A.163 “Two Decades of American Painting 1966-67”

— SP-ICE-30-62]. Waldo Rasmussen

II.A.164 “Current Reports Clippings”

Photography: A Current Report, C/E 66-22, 1966-68]. John Szarkowski, Director

II.A.165 “Painters for the Theatre + 4 Centuries of Stage Design clippings”

—C/E 65-13, 1966-1970]. William S. Lieberman

II.A.166 “The Hampton Album Exhibition See Book File Jan. 1966 787”

The Hampton Album, [MoMA Exh. # 787, Jan. 11-April 10, 1966; C/E 1966-68]. John Szarkowski

II.A.167 “Museum Shop and Bookstore”

—Jan. 21, 1966-Jan. 19, 1984

II.A.168 “Dorthea Lange 1966”

Dorthea Lange, [MoMA Exh # 789, Jan. 26-April 10, 1966; C/E 65-19, 1968-70; ICE-F-125-68, March 1971-Dec. 1972]. John Szarkowski

II.A.169 “Dorthea Lange Vienna, Austria”

Dorthea Lange, [MoMA Exh # 789, Jan. 26-April 10, 1966; C/E 65-19, 1968-70; ICE-F-125-68, March 1971-Dec. 1972]. John Szarkowski

II.A.170 “Dorthea Lange Parma, Italy”

Dorthea Lange, [MoMA Exh # 789, Jan. 26-April 10, 1966; C/E 65-19, 1968-70; ICE-F-125-68, March 1971-Dec. 1972]. John Szarkowski

II.A.171 “Dorthea Lange Brussels, Belgium”

Dorthea Lange, [MoMA Exh # 789, Jan. 26-April 10, 1966; C/E 65-19, 1968-70; ICE-F-125-68, March 1971-Dec. 1972]. John Szarkowski

II.A.172 “Dorthea Lange Germany”

Dorthea Lange, [MoMA Exh # 789, Jan. 26-April 10, 1966; C/E 65-19, 1968-70; ICE-F-125-68, March 1971-Dec. 1972]. John Szarkowski

II.A.173 “Dorthea Lange France”

Dorthea Lange, [MoMA Exh # 789, Jan. 26-April 10, 1966; C/E 65-19, 1968-70; ICE-F-125-68, March 1971-Dec. 1972]. John Szarkowski

II.A.174 “N-NA Lange Clippings 69 General C/E file `68”

Dorthea Lange, [MoMA Exh # 789, Jan. 26-April 10, 1966; C/E 65-19, 1968-70; ICE-F-125-68, March 1971-Dec. 1972]. John Szarkowski

II.A.175 “Mies Van Der Rohe”

Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, [MoMA Exh. # 790, Feb. 2-March 23, 1966]. Ludwig Glaeser

II.A.176 “Greetings Show March 1966-791”

Greetings!, [MoMA Exh. # 791, March 1-May 8, 1966]. Mildred Constantine

II.A.177 “Christmas Cards”

—March 5, 1966-Dec. 9, 1977

II.A.178 “Turner: Imagination and Reality, # 1 of 4 Folders N.Y. & Major Cities Clips March 1966-794”

Turner: Imagination and Reality, [MoMA Exh. # 794, March 23-June 19, 1966; C/E 1966]. Monroe Wheeler

II.A.179 “Turner: Imagination and Reality, # 2 of 4 Folders Foreign Clips March, 1966-794”

Turner: Imagination and Reality, [MoMA Exh. # 794, March 23-June 19, 1966; C/E 1966]. Monroe Wheeler

II.A.180 “Turner: Imagination and Reality, # 3 of 4 Folders Magazine Articles March, 1966-794”

Turner: Imagination and Reality, [MoMA Exh. # 794, March 23-June 19, 1966; C/E 1966]. Monroe Wheeler

II.A.181 “P&S Sculpture Garden”

—March 28, 1966-July 10, 1974

II.A.182 “Recent Acquisitions: 1966”

Recent Acquisitions, [MoMA Exh. # 795, April 6-June 5, 1966]. Dorothy C. Miller

II.A.183 “Spoleto 1966 William Lieberman”

—April 12-Aug. 16, 1966; C/E 65-13

II.A.184 “Marie Cosindas April 1966-796”

Marie Cosindas: Polaroid Color Photographs, [MoMA Exh. # 796, April 13-July 4, 1966]. John Szarkowski

II.A.185 “Louis I. Kahn April 1966 797”

The Architecture of Louis I. Kahn, [MoMA Exh. # 797, April 26-May 30, 1966]. Arthur Drexler

II.A.186 “Reuben Nakian # 799 June 1966”

Reuben Nakian, [MoMA Exh # 799, June 22-Sept. 5, 1966; C/E 66-14]. Frank O'Hara

II.A.187 “Clippings-Nakian 77”

—Stamford Museum Exhibition; Reuben Nakian, [MoMA Exh. # 799, June 22- Sept. 5, 1966; C/E 1967-68]. Frank O'Hara

II.A.188 “Museum of Modern Art Summer Program 1966 Jazz in the Garden”

—Jazz in the Garden at MoMA, June 23-Sept. 1, 1966]. Charles Graham, Richard Koch, The Sound of Jazz Company, Columbia Records, and Sarah Rubenstein

II.A.189 “Exhibition Object Transformed June 1966-800”

The Object Transformed, [MoMA Exh. # 800, June 29-Sept. 5, 1966]. Mildred Constantine

II.A.190 “Villa Savoye July 1966-801”

Villa Savoye: Destruction by Neglect, [MoMA Exh. # 801, July 2-July 24, 1966]. Arthur Drexler

II.A.191 “Matisse: 64 Paintings”

Henri Matisse: 64 Paintings, [MoMA Exh. # 803, July 19-Sept. 25, 1966]. Monroe Wheeler

II.A.192 “Arno Press/MoMA 1st Collaboration”

—Aug. 1966

II.A.193 “20 Drawings: New Acquisitions”

Twenty Drawings: New Acquisitions, [MoMA Exh. # 804, Aug. 2- Oct. 2, 1966]. William S. Lieberman

II.A.194 “Exhibitions: London, New York, Hollywood: A New Look in Prints 1966”

London/New York/Hollywood: A New Look in Prints, [MoMA Exh. # 805, Sept. 13-Nov. 6, 1966]. William S. Lieberman

II.A.195 “The Racing Car: Toward a Rational Automobile 1966”

The Racing Car: Toward a Rational Automobile, [MoMA Exh. # 806, Sept. 27-Nov. 27, 1966]. Arthur Drexler and David Ash

II.A.196 “Turner”

—Domus 443, Oct. 1966

II.A.197 “The New Japanese Painting and Sculpture”

The New Japanese Painting and Sculpture, [MoMA Exh. # 809, Oct. 19-Dec. 26, 1966; C/E 1965-67; ICE 1965-66]. Dorothy C. Miller and William S. Lieberman

II.A.198 “Van Vechten Gifts Epstein and Others”

Recent Acquisitions: Epstein and Others, [MoMA Exh. # 810, Oct. 26-Dec. 20, 1966]. Betsy Jones

II.A.199 “Two Generations of American Artists”

—Nov. 20, 1966-April 10, 1967

II.A.200 “Chagall's `Aleko' ”

Chagall's "Aleko", [MoMA Exh. # 813, Dec. 13, 1966-Feb. 26, 1967]. William S. Lieberman

II.A.201 “The McAlpin Collection Dec. 1966 814”

Photographs from the McAlpin Collection, [MoMA Exh. # 814, Dec. 14, 1966-Feb. 12, 1967]. John Szarkowski

II.A.202 “Publications: A. Calder Three Young Rats”

Three Young Rats and Other Rhymes, edited with an introduction by James Johnson Sweeney, drawings by Alexander Calder, 1967

II.A.203 “Publications: Christmas Cards and Gifts 1967”
II.A.204 “Publications: Complexity and Contradiction-R. Venturi”

Complexity and Contradiction by Robert Venturi, 1967

II.A.205 “Publications: Four Walking Tours of Modern Architecture in N.Y.C.”

Four Walking Tours of Modern Architecture in New York City by Ada Louise Huxtable, 1967

II.A.206 “Publications: New Japanese Painting and Sculpture”

The New Japanese Painting and Sculpture by Dorothy C. Miller and William S. Lieberman, 1967

II.A.207 “Publications: Robert Motherwell”

Robert Motherwell by Frank O'Hara, 1967

II.A.208 “Publications: The Object Transformed”

The Object Transformed, intro by Mildred Constantine and Arthur Drexler, 1967

II.A.209 “Publications: The Photographer's Eye”

The Photographer's Eye, John Szarkowski, ed., 1967

II.A.210 “Publications: The Sculpture of Picasso”

The Sculpture of Picasso by Roland Renrose, 1967

II.A.211 “General, 1967”

—1967

II.A.212 “Three Graphic Designers clippings”

Three Graphic Designers, C/E 66-19, 1967-1969]. Mildred Constantine, Director

II.A.213 “Jan. The New City # 1 1967-# 818 Architecture & Urban Renéwal”

The New City: Architecture and Urban Renéwal, [MoMA Exh. # 818, Jan. 24-March 13, 1967]. Arthur Drexler, Director; David Rockefeller; John V. Lindsay

II.A.214 “Calder: 19 Gifts from the Artist Feb 1-Sept 4 1967”

Recent Acquisitions: Calder: 19 Gifts from the Artist, [MoMA Exh. # 819, Feb. 1-April 5, 1967]. Dorothy C. Miller

II.A.215 “Feb. Jerry Uelsmann 1967-820”

Jerry N. Uelsmann, [MoMA Exh. # 820, Feb. 15-April 16, 1967]. John Szarkowski, Director

II.A.216 “Diane Arbus 1975”

The New Documents, [MoMA Exh. # 821, Feb. 28-May 7, 1967]. John Szarkowski
Diane Arbus, a biography by Patricia Bosworth, 1984

II.A.217 “Feb. New Documents 1967-# 821”

The New Documents, [MoMA Exh. # 821, Feb. 28-May 7, 1967]. John Szarkowski

II.A.218 “Latin American Art 4/67 March 1967 # 823”

Latin American Art, 1931 - 1966, [MoMA Exh. # 823, March 17-June 4, 1967

II.A.219 “Sao Paulo Sept. 1967”

—March 19-Oct. 2, 1967

II.A.220 Impact Magazine 4/67”

—Number 4, April, 1967

II.A.221 “The Documentary Photo”

—April 2, 1967-May 10, 1972

II.A.222 “Jackson Pollock Retrospective 1967”

Jackson Pollock, [MoMA Exh. # 824, April 5-June 4, 1967]. Sam Hunter, William S. Lieberman, Clement Greenberg

II.A.223 “Exhibitions: Levine, Les The Star Garden 1967”

"The Star Garden" A Place, Work by Les Levine, [MoMA Exh. # 825, April 21-May 21, 1967

II.A.224 “May Canada 1967 # 827”

Canada '67, [MoMA Exh. # 827, May 2-June 4, 1967]. Riva Castleman

II.A.225 “Sidney Janis Gift 1967 Clip Folder # 1”

—June 1967

II.A.226 “Habitat”

Habitat, [MoMA Exh. # 828, June 1-July 17, 1967]. Emilio Ambasz, Director

II.A.227 “Habitat-Expo 1967 June-1967 # 828”

Habitat, [MoMA Exh. # 828, June 1-July 17, 1967]. Emilio Ambasz, Director

II.A.228 “Clippings-Guernica Controversy”

Guernica: Studies and Post Scripts, [MoMA Exh. # 829, June 2-Sept., 1967; Return of piece to Spain, Sept. 9, 1981

II.A.229 “Clippings-`Guernica' leaves MoMA for Spain Sept. 9, 1981”

Guernica: Studies and Post Scripts, [MoMA Exh. # 829, June 2-Sept., 1967; Return of piece to Spain, Sept. 9, 1981

II.A.230 “Clippings: Guernica”

Guernica: Studies and Post Scripts, [MoMA Exh. # 829, June 2-Sept., 1967; Return of piece to Spain, Sept. 9, 1981

II.A.231 “Drawings: Recent Acquisitions June 1967-# 830”

Drawings from the Museum Collection, [MoMA Exh. # 830, June 26-Nov. 22, 1967

II.A.232 “The Artist as His Subject”

The Artist as His Subject, [MoMA Exh. # 831, June 6-Sept. 17, 1967; C/E 1967-69]. William S. Lieberman

II.A.233 “Once Invisible 1968”

Once Invisible, [MoMA Exh. # 833, June 20-Sept. 11, 1967; C/E 1968]. John Szarkowski

II.A.234 “Once Invisible”

Once Invisible, [MoMA Exh. # 833, June 20-Sept. 11, 1967; C/E 1968]. John Szarkowski

II.A.235 “Once Invisible Folder # 1”

Once Invisible, [MoMA Exh. # 833, June 20-Sept. 11, 1967; C/E 1968]. John Szarkowski

II.A.236 “June Once Invisible Folder # 2 1967 # 833”

Once Invisible, [MoMA Exh. # 833, June 20-Sept. 11, 1967; C/E 1968]. John Szarkowski

II.A.237 “Museum of Modern Art Summer Program 1967 Jazz in the Garden”

—Jazz in the Garden at MoMA, June 22-Aug. 24, 1967]. Charles Graham, Richard Koch, and The Sound of Jazz Company

II.A.238 “The 1960's Painting and Sculpture-Museum Collection June, 1967 # 834”

The 1960's: Painting and Sculpture from the Museum Collection, [MoMA Exh. # 834, June 28-Sept. 24, 1967]. Dorothy C. Miller, Director

II.A.239 “Recent Acquisitions: Photography `67”

Photography: Recent Acquisitions, [MoMA Exh. # 835, July 21-Oct. 8, 1967]. Peter C. Bunnell and Max Waldman

II.A.240 “Árchitectural Fantasies Clippings 1967”

—[MoMA Exh. # 836, Architectural Fantasies: Drawings from the Museum Collection, [MoMA Exh. # 836, July 27-Sept. 24, 1967]. Raymond Abraham, Walter Pichler, Hans Hollein

II.A.241 “Lyonel Feininger: The Ruin by the Sea Aug. 1967-# 837”

Lyonel Feininger: Ruin by the Sea, [MoMA Exh. # 837, Aug. 1-Sept. 24, 1967; C/E 67-12, 1968-1969]. William S. Lieberman and Eila Kokkinen

II.A.242 “Lyonel Feininger: The Ruin by the Sea clippings”

Lyonel Feininger: Ruin by the Sea, [MoMA Exh. # 837, Aug. 1-Sept. 24, 1967; C/E 67-12, 1968-1969]. William S. Lieberman and Eila Kokkinen

II.A.243 “Mutoscopes Aug. 1967 # 838”

Mutoscope, [MoMA Exh. # 838, Aug. 2-Oct. 8, 1967]. Margareta Akermark, Director; Clyde Rich

II.A.244 “Jim Dine: Midsummer's Night's Dream clippings”

Jim Dine: Designs for "A Midsummer Night's Dream", [MoMA Exh. # 839, Aug. 8-Sept. 24, 1967; C/E 67-11, 1967-69; ICE-F-122-68, Oct. 1969-Oct. 1970]. Virginia Allen, Director

II.A.245 “Jim Dine Berlin”

Jim Dine: Designs for "A Midsummer Night's Dream", [MoMA Exh. # 839, Aug. 8-Sept. 24, 1967; C/E 67-11, 1967-69; ICE-F-122-68, Oct. 1969-Oct. 1970]. Virginia Allen, Director

II.A.246 “Jim Dine Denmark”

Jim Dine: Designs for "A Midsummer Night's Dream", [MoMA Exh. # 839, Aug. 8-Sept. 24, 1967; C/E 67-11, 1967-69; ICE-F-122-68, Oct. 1969-Oct. 1970]. Virginia Allen, Director

II.A.247 “Jim Dine Designs for `A Midsummer Nights Dream' Aug. 1967 # 839”

Jim Dine: Designs for "A Midsummer Night's Dream", [MoMA Exh. # 839, Aug. 8-Sept. 24, 1967; C/E 67-11, 1967-69; ICE-F-122-68, Oct. 1969-Oct. 1970]. Virginia Allen, Director

II.A.248 “Design Collection: New Acquisitions Sept. 1967 Exhibition # 840”

Recent Acquisitions: Design Collection, [MoMA Exh. # 840, Sept. 26, 1967-Jan. 1, 1968]. Arthur Drexler

II.A.249 St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Oct. 22, 1967 `Sunday Pictures' ”

The Sculpture of Picasso: A Selection from 60 Years, [MoMA Exh. # 841, Oct. 11, 1967-Jan. 1, 1968]. René d'Harnoncourt and Alicia Legg

II.A.250 “Picasso Sculptures; 1967 Oct. 1967 # 841”

The Sculpture of Picasso: A Selection from 60 Years, [MoMA Exh. # 841, Oct. 11, 1967-Jan. 1, 1968]. René d'Harnoncourt and Alicia Legg

II.A.251 “The Star Vehicle The Comedians Film Oct. 1967 # 843”

The Star Vehicle: The Making of a Movie, [MoMA Exh. # 843, Oct. 23-Dec. 3, 1967

II.A.252 “Ray K. Metzker Oct. 1967-Jan. 1968”

Ray K. Metzker, [MoMA Exh. # 844, Oct. 25, 1967-Jan. 31, 1968]. John Szarkowski

II.A.253 “Publications: Posters”

—Nov. 21, 1967-June 12, 1972

II.A.254 “MoMA Publications In Memory of My Feelings, F. O'Hara”

In Memory of My Feelings, [MoMA Exh. # 846, Dec. 4, 1967-Sept. 10, 1968]. René d'Harnoncourt

II.A.255 “Frank O'Hara `In Memory of My Feelings' Exhibit Clippings Dec. 1967 # 847”

In Memory of My Feelings, [MoMA Exh. # 846, Dec. 4, 1967-Sept. 10, 1968]. René d'Harnoncourt

II.A.256 “Modern Religious Prints”

—Dec, 12, 1967-Jan. 23, 1968

II.A.257 “Family of Man Book”

The Family of Man by Edward Steichen, 1968

II.A.258 “Old Testament Prints 1968 Canceled”
II.A.259 “Publications: Christmas Cards and Gifts 1968”
II.A.260 “Publications: Dada, Surrealism and Their Heritage”

Dada, Surrealism, and Their Heritage by William S. Rubin, 1968

II.A.261 “Publications: Harry Callahan”

—Harry Callahan, 1968

II.A.262 “Publications: Manhattan Observed”

Manhattan Observed, William S. Lieberman, ed., 1968

II.A.263 “Publications: The Art of the Real”

The Art of the Real: U.S.A., 1948-1968 by E.C. Goossen, 1968

II.A.264 “Publications: The New City-Arch. and Urban Renéwal”

The New City: Architecture and Urban Renéwal by Elizabeth Kassler, Sidney J. Frigand, and Arthur Drexler, 1968

II.A.265 “Publications: The World of Henri Cartier Bresson”

—Henri Cartier-Bresson: The World of Henri Cartier-Bresson, 1968

II.A.266 “Steichen in Prague”

—1968

II.A.267 “General, 1968”

—1968

II.A.268 “British Artists: 6 Painters, 6 Sculp.”

British Artists: 6 Painters, 6 Sculptors, C/E 67-7, 1968-69]. Jennifer Licht, Director

II.A.269 “Publications: The New York Graphic Society”

—Jan. 15-May 1968

II.A.270 “The Sidney Janis Collection 1968-Exhibition Clippings Jan. # 848”

The Sidney and Harriet Janis Collection, [MoMA Exh. # 848, Jan. 17-March 4, 1968; C/E 1968-71; ICE-F-115-67, Feb. 1970-April 1971]. Alfred H. Barr, Jr

II.A.271 “The Sidney Janis Collection Exhibition on Tour-U.S. Cities”

The Sidney and Harriet Janis Collection, [MoMA Exh. # 848, Jan. 17-March 4, 1968; C/E 1968-71; ICE-F-115-67, Feb. 1970-April 1971]. Alfred H. Barr, Jr

II.A.272 “The Sidney Janis Collection Exhibition on Tour-Foreign Clippings”

The Sidney and Harriet Janis Collection, [MoMA Exh. # 848, Jan. 17-March 4, 1968; C/E 1968-71; ICE-F-115-67, Feb. 1970-April 1971]. Alfred H. Barr, Jr

II.A.273 “The Sidney Janis Collection ICE Clippings”

The Sidney and Harriet Janis Collection, [MoMA Exh. # 848, Jan. 17-March 4, 1968; C/E 1968-71; ICE-F-115-67, Feb. 1970-April 1971]. Alfred H. Barr, Jr

II.A.274 “Word and Image: Posters and Typography 1968”

Word and Image: Posters and Typography from the Graphic Design Collection at The Museum of Modern Art, 1879-1967, [MoMA Exh. # 850, Jan. 25-March 10, 1968; ICE-F-121-68]. Mildred Constantine

II.A.275 “Word and Image Poster Show-Clips”

Word and Image: Posters and Typography from the Graphic Design Collection at The Museum of Modern Art, 1879-1967, [MoMA Exh. # 850, Jan. 25-March 10, 1968; ICE-F-121-68]. Mildred Constantine

II.A.276 “Word and Image Poster Exhibits -Duplicates”

Word and Image: Posters and Typography from the Graphic Design Collection at The Museum of Modern Art, 1879-1967, [MoMA Exh. # 850, Jan. 25-March 10, 1968; ICE-F-121-68]. Mildred Constantine

II.A.277 “Word and Image, Lisbon, Portugal”

Word and Image: Posters and Typography from the Graphic Design Collection at The Museum of Modern Art, 1879-1967, [MoMA Exh. # 850, Jan. 25-March 10, 1968; ICE-F-121-68]. Mildred Constantine

II.A.278 “Word and Image, San Sebastian, Spain”

Word and Image: Posters and Typography from the Graphic Design Collection at The Museum of Modern Art, 1879-1967, [MoMA Exh. # 850, Jan. 25-March 10, 1968; ICE-F-121-68]. Mildred Constantine

II.A.279 “Word and Image, Parma, Italy”

Word and Image: Posters and Typography from the Graphic Design Collection at The Museum of Modern Art, 1879-1967, [MoMA Exh. # 850, Jan. 25-March 10, 1968; ICE-F-121-68]. Mildred Constantine

II.A.280 “Word and Image, Belgrade, Yugoslavia”

Word and Image: Posters and Typography from the Graphic Design Collection at The Museum of Modern Art, 1879-1967, [MoMA Exh. # 850, Jan. 25-March 10, 1968; ICE-F-121-68]. Mildred Constantine

II.A.281 “Word and Image, Wilanow, Poland”

Word and Image: Posters and Typography from the Graphic Design Collection at The Museum of Modern Art, 1879-1967, [MoMA Exh. # 850, Jan. 25-March 10, 1968; ICE-F-121-68]. Mildred Constantine

II.A.282 “Word and Image, Prague, Czechoslovakia”

Word and Image: Posters and Typography from the Graphic Design Collection at The Museum of Modern Art, 1879-1967, [MoMA Exh. # 850, Jan. 25-March 10, 1968; ICE-F-121-68]. Mildred Constantine

II.A.283 “Word + Image clippings”

Word and Image: Posters and Typography from the Graphic Design Collection at The Museum of Modern Art, 1879-1967, [MoMA Exh. # 850, Jan. 25-March 10, 1968; ICE-F-121-68]. Mildred Constantine

II.A.284 “Ben Schultz Memorial Exhibition 851”

Ben Schultz Memorial, [MoMA Exh. # 851, Feb. 9-April, 1968; C/E 1968]. John Szarkowski

II.A.285 “Photography as Printmaking Traveling Exhibition”

Photography as Printmaking, [MoMA Exh. # 853, March 19-May 26, 1968; C/E 1968-70]. Peter C. Bunnell

II.A.286 “DF-DL Photography as Printmaking General C/E file '68 clippings" Traveling Exhibition”

Photography as Printmaking, [MoMA Exh. # 853, March 19-May 26, 1968; C/E 1968-70]. Peter C. Bunnell

II.A.287 “Manhattan Observed 854”

Manhattan Observed, [MoMA Exh. # 854, March 22-May 12, 1968]. William S. Lieberman

II.A.288 “Dada, Surrealism and Their Heritage-Magazine Articles”

Dada, Surrealism and Their Heritage, [MoMA Exh. # 855, March 27- June 9, 1968; C/E 1968; ICE-F-129-68 (canceled)]. William S. Rubin

II.A.289 “Dada & Surrealism-Clips”

Dada, Surrealism and Their Heritage, [MoMA Exh. # 855, March 27- June 9, 1968; C/E 1968; ICE-F-129-68 (canceled)]. William S. Rubin

II.A.290 “Dada, Surrealism and Their Heritage-More Articles”

Dada, Surrealism and Their Heritage, [MoMA Exh. # 855, March 27- June 9, 1968; C/E 1968; ICE-F-129-68 (canceled)]. William S. Rubin

II.A.291 “Dada, Surrealism and Their Heritage-articles from newspapers & magazines about the show here”

Dada, Surrealism and Their Heritage, [MoMA Exh. # 855, March 27- June 9, 1968; C/E 1968; ICE-F-129-68 (canceled)]. William S. Rubin

II.A.292 “Photographs Before Surrealism 1968”

Photographs Before Surrealism, [MoMA Exh. # 856, April 3-July 28, 1968; C/E 68-18]. Bruce K. MacDonald

II.A.293 “Cézanne to Miró”

Cézanne to Miró, [MoMA Exh. # 856a., April 23-25, 1968; May 15-Aug. 25, 1968; ICE-F-111-67]. Monroe Wheeler

II.A.294 “No Title”

Cézanne to Miró, [MoMA Exh. # 856a., April 23-25, 1968; May 15-Aug. 25, 1968; ICE-F-111-67]. Monroe Wheeler

II.A.295 “Cézanne to Miró ICE-F-111-67 Offset Clippings”

Cézanne to Miró, [MoMA Exh. # 856a., April 23-25, 1968; May 15-Aug. 25, 1968; ICE-F-111-67]. Monroe Wheeler

II.A.296 “Christo Wraps the Museum Etc. June 1968 857”

Christo Wraps the Museum, [MoMA Exh. # 857, June 6-June 25, 1968]. William S. Rubin

II.A.297 “Czech and Polish Posters 10/68 858”

Recent Czech and Polish Posters, [MoMA Exh. # 858, June 10-Nov. 18, 1968; C/E 1968]. Arthur Drexler

II.A.298 “James Stirling: 3 University Buildings 859”

James Stirling: Three University Buildings, [MoMA Exh. # 859, June 11-Aug. 4, 1968]. Arthur Drexler

II.A.299 “Jazz in the Garden-1968”

—Jazz in the Garden at MoMA, June 20-Aug. 22, 1968]. Richard Koch, Ed Bland, Rolling Stone, Charles Graham, Down Beat, and Broadcast Music, Inc

II.A.300 “Museum of Modern Art Summer Program 1968 Jazz in the Garden”

—Jazz in the Garden at MoMA, June 20-Aug. 22, 1968]. Richard Koch, Ed Bland, Rolling Stone, Charles Graham, Down Beat and Broadcast Music, Inc

II.A.301 “Cartier-Bresson 1968”

Cartier-Bresson, [MoMA Exh. # 861, June 25-Sept. 2, 1968; shown as Cartier-Bresson: Recent Photographs, ICE-F-130-68]. John Szarkowski

II.A.302 “Art of the Real 1968”

Art of the Real U.S.A. 1948-68, [MoMA Exh. # 862, July 3-Sept. 8, 1968; C/E 1968; ICE-F-114-67]. Eugene C. Goossen

II.A.303 “Art of the Real-International Clippings”

Art of the Real U.S.A., 1948-68, [MoMA Exh. # 862, July 3-Sept. 8, 1968; C/E 1968; ICE-F-114-67] Eugene C. Goossen

II.A.304 “Joel Meyerowitz: My European Trip: Photographs from the Car Aug. 3-Sept. 1968”

My European Trip: Photography from the Car by Joel Meyerowitz, [MoMA Exh. # 864, Aug. 3-Sept. 1968]. John Szarkowski

II.A.305 “John D. Graham”

John D. Graham: Paintings and Drawings, [MoMA Exh. # 865, Aug. 13-Oct. 13, 1968; C/E 1968-70]. Eila Kokkinen

II.A.306 “John D. Graham-Travel”

John D. Graham: Paintings and Drawings, [MoMA Exh. # 865, Aug. 13-Oct. 13, 1968; C/E 1968-70]. Eila Kokkinen

II.A.307 “John D. Graham Clippings”

John D. Graham: Paintings and Drawings, [MoMA Exh. # 865, Aug. 13-Oct. 13, 1968; C/E 1968-70]. Eila Kokkinen

II.A.308 “Five Major Loans: Paintings Lent by Mrs. Bertram Smith and Mr. Norton Simon”

Five Major Loans: Paintings Lent by Mrs. Bertram Smith and Norton Simon, [MoMA Exh. # 866, Aug. 30-Nov. 11, 1968; C/E 1968]. Bates Lowery, Director; Artists: Wassily Kandinsky, Pablo Picasso, Franz Marc, Juan Gris, Georges Rouault

II.A.309 “The Architecture of Museums 1968 867”

Architecture of Museums, [MoMA Exh. # 867, Sept. 25-Nov. 11, 1968; ICE-5-127-68 canceled)]. Ludwig Glaeser

II.A.310 “MoMA Film Festivals, Retrospectives, Series, Etc. Oct. 1968-Jan. 1970”

—Film Series, Film Programs, Film Events, and Film Screenings, Oct. 1968-Jan. 1970

II.A.311 “Dubuffet-From the MoMA Collections 10/68”

Jean Dubuffet at The Museum of Modern Art, [MoMA Exh. # 868, Oct. 2-27, 1968; C/E 1969-71]. William S. Lieberman

II.A.312 “Dubuffet: 63 Works”

Jean Dubuffet at The Museum of Modern Art, [MoMA Exh. # 868, Oct. 2-27, 1968; C/E 1969-71]. William S. Lieberman

II.A.313 “Caponigro, Paul 869”

Paul Caponigro: Recent Photographs, [MoMA Exh. # 869, Oct. 7-Dec. 8, 1968]. Peter C. Bunnell

II.A.314 “Monument to the 6 Million Jewish Martyrs. Louis Kahn”

Memorial to 6 Million Jewish Martyrs, [MoMA Exh. # 870, Oct. 17-Nov. 17, 1968]. Arthur Drexler

II.A.315 “Clippings-Museum Gift Shop Christmas I”

—Oct. 17, 1968-Nov. 24, 1986

II.A.316 “Rauschenberg-`Soundings' ”

Rauschenberg: Soundings, [MoMA Exh. # 872, Oct. 22, 1968-Jan. 26, 1969]. Bates Lowry

II.A.317 “Brassai 1968”

Brassai, [MoMA Exh. # 973, Oct. 29, 1968-Jan. 5, 1969; ICE-F-131-68]. John Szarkowski

II.A.318 “Martin Luther King Tribute. Oct. 1968”

In Honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, [MoMA Exh. # Oct.31-Nov. 3, 1968; C/E 1968]. Carroll Janis

II.A.319 “Appointment Calendar”

—Nov. 1968-Jan. 7, 1978

II.A.320 “Experiments in Art and Technology Competition”

The Machine as Seen at the End of the Mechanical Age, [MoMA Exh. # 877, Nov. 27, 1968-Feb. 9, 1969]. K.G. Pontus Hultén

II.A.321 “The Machine as Seen at the End of the Mechanical Age”

The Machine as Seen at the End of the Mechanical Age, [MoMA Exh. # 877, Nov. 27, 1968-Feb. 9, 1969]. K.G. Pontus Hultén

II.A.322 “The Machine as Viewed at the End of the Mechanical Age”

The Machine as Seen at the End of the Mechanical Age, [MoMA Exh. # 877, Nov. 27, 1968-Feb. 9, 1969]. K.G. Pontus Hultén

II.A.323 “The Machine as Seen at the End of the Mechanical Age”

The Machine as Seen at the End of the Mechanical Age, [MoMA Exh. # 877, Nov. 27, 1968-Feb. 9, 1969]. K.G. Pontus Hultén

II.A.324 “The Machine as Seen at the End of the Mechanical Age”

The Machine as Seen at the End of the Mechanical Age, [MoMA Exh. # 877, Nov. 27, 1968-Feb. 9, 1969]. K.G. Pontus Hultén

II.A.325 “Machine-Texas”

The Machine as Seen at the End of the Mechanical Age, [MoMA Exh. # 877, Nov. 27, 1968-Feb. 9, 1969]. K.G. Pontus Hultén

II.A.326 “Machine-San Francisco”

The Machine as Seen at the End of the Mechanical Age, [MoMA Exh. # 877, Nov. 27, 1968-Feb. 9, 1969]. K.G. Pontus Hultén

II.A.327 “William Gedney 1969”

Eastern Kentucky and San Francisco: Photography by William Gedney, [MoMA Exh. # 878, Dec. 17, 1968-March 10, 1969]. John Szarkowski

II.A.328 “Publications: Andre Kertesz: Photographer”

André Kertész: Photographer, intro by John Szarkowski, 1969

II.A.329 “Publications: Christmas Cards and Gifts 1969”
II.A.330 “Publications: De Kooning-Thomas Hess”

William de Kooning by Thomas B. Hess, 1969

II.A.331 “Publications: Dubuffet”

Jean Dubuffet-Drawings, with intro by Virginia Allen, 1969

II.A.332 “Publications: Oldenburg”

Claes Oldenburg by Bernice Rose, 1969

II.A.333 “Publications: The Animals-Gary Winograd”

The Animals, photographed by Garry Winogrand with an afterward by John Szarkowski, 1969

II.A.334 “Publications: The Art of the Young Child”

Art of the Young Child by Jane Cooper Bland, 1969

II.A.335 “Publications: The Films of Robert Rossen by Alan Casty”

The Films of Robert Rossen by Alan Casty, 1969

II.A.336 “Publications: The Machine”

The Machine as Seen at the End of the Mechanical Age by K.G. Pontus Hultén, 1969

II.A.337 “Publications: Word and Image: Posters From the Graphic Design Collection”

Word and Image, Mildred Constantine, ed., 1969

II.A.338 “General, 1969”

—1969

II.A.339 “Beginnings of Modern Photog. Clippings”

The Beginnings of Modern Photography, C/E 68-14, 1969-70]. Peter Bunnell

II.A.340 “Clippings Inflated Img.”

Inflated Images, C/E 68-5, 1969-70]. Betsy Jones

II.A.341 “Clippings New Media”

New Media New Methods, C/E 67-4, 1969-70; ICE-F-128-68]. Kynaston McShine

II.A.342 “Nasa Photos 1969”

—Moon Shots, Jan. 1969

II.A.343 “Julio Gonzalez: Drawings, Sculpture, Collage Jan. 23-March 16”

Julio Gonzalez, [MoMA Exh. # 879, Jan. 21-March 16, 1969]. William S. Lieberman, Josephine Withers

II.A.344 “Julio Gonzalez”

Julio Gonzalez, [MoMA Exh. # 879, Jan. 21-March 16, 1969; C/E 68-4]. William S. Lieberman and Josephine Withers

II.A.345 “The Architect and the Natural Environment-Symposium”

—Feb. 25, 1969

II.A.346 “Wall Hangings-Out of Town Feb. 25-May 4”

Wall Hangings, [MoMA Exh # 882, Feb. 25-May 4, 1969; C/E 66-25, 1968-1969]. Mildred Constantine and Jack Lenor Larsen

II.A.347 “Wall Hangings clippings”

Wall Hangings, [MoMA Exh # 882, Feb. 25-May 4, 1969; C/E 66-25, 1968-1969]. Mildred Constantine and Jack Lenor Larsen

II.A.348* “Willem de Kooning 1969”

Willem de Kooning Retrospective Exhibition, [MoMA Exh. # 884, March 5-April 27, 1969; C/E 1968-69; ICE-F-109-66]. Thomas B. Hess

II.A.349 “De Kooning”

Willem de Kooning Retrospective Exhibition, [MoMA Exh. # 884, March 5-April 27, 1969; C/E 1968-69; ICE-F-109-66]. Thomas B. Hess

II.A.350 “Aug. Sander”

Aug. Sander, [MoMA Exh. # 885, March 14-June 30, 1969]. Gary Metz

II.A.351 “Giacomo Manzu Studies for `The Portal of Death' ”

Giacomo Manzu: Studies for the "Portal of Death", [MoMA Exh. # 886, March 17-April 17, 1969]. Renée Neu

II.A.352 “Fahlstrom clippings”

Oyvind Fahlstrom, C/E 68-2, April 1969-1970]. Renée Neu

II.A.353 “Ben Shan April, 1969”

Homage to Ben Shan, [MoMA Exh. # 888, April 2-May 11, 1969; C/E 1969]. Margaret Potter

II.A.354 “Kandinsky Watercolors 4/2/69-5/11/69 # 887”

Kandinsky Watercolors, [MoMA Exh. # 887, April 2- May 11, 1969; C/E 68-6]. William S. Lieberman

II.A.355 “Kandinsky Traveling”

Kandinsky Watercolors, [MoMA Exh. # 887, April 2-May 11, 1969; C/E 68-6]. William S. Lieberman

II.A.356 “Kandinsky and Bellocq”

Kandinsky Watercolors, [MoMA Exh. # 887, April 2-May 11, 1969; C/E 68-6 and E.J. Bellocq: Storyville Portraits, [MoMA Exh. # 945, Nov. 19, 1970-Jan. 10, 1971; C/E R-11]. John Szarkowski and William S. Lieberman

II.A.357 “Painting for City Walls 1970”

Painting for City Walls, [MoMA Exh. # 889, April 17-June 16, 1969]. Arthur Drexler

II.A.358 “Tamarind-Homage to Lithography April 1969”

Tamarind. Homage to Lithography, [MoMA Exh. # 890, April 29-June 30, 1969

II.A.359 “Helen Frankenthaler Whitney and MoMA Show”

Helen Frankenthaler, ICE-F-116-68, May-Oct. 1969]. Eugene C. Goossen

II.A.360 “Helen Frankenthaler ICE-F-116-68 German clippings + translations”

Helen Frankenthaler, ICE-F-116-68, May-Oct. 1969]. Eugene C. Goossen

II.A.361 “ICE-F-116-68 Helen Frankenthaler News clippings and Photos”

Helen Frankenthaler, ICE-F-116-68, May-Oct. 1969]. Eugene C. Goossen

II.A.362 “New American Painting and Sculpture: The First Generation”

The New American Painting and Sculpture: The First Generation, [MoMA Exh. # 893, June 18-Oct. 5, 1969]. William S. Rubin and William C. Agee

II.A.363 “Museum of Modern Art Summer Program 1969 Jazz in the Garden”

—Jazz in the Garden at MoMA, June 26-Aug. 28, 1969]. Edward Bland; Richard Koch; Empirical Sound, Inc.; Broadcast Music, Inc.; Acoustic Records, Inc.; American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers

II.A.364 “Portrait Photographs July 10-Sept. 30, 1969”

Portrait Photographs, [MoMA Exh. # 896, July 9-Sept. 28, 1969]. Gary Metz

II.A.365 “Hernard-Urban Anticipations”

Urban Anticipations: Eugene Hernard 1849-1923, [MoMA Exh. # 897, July 30-Oct. 19, 1969]. Peter Wolf

II.A.366 “Institute of Modern Art classes cease”

—Institute of Modern Art cessession of art classes as of July 31, 1969]. Victor d'Amico and Bates Lowry

II.A.367 “Samaras-Book”

Lucas Samaras: Book, [MoMA Exh. # 898, Aug. 4-Sept. 10, 1969]. Riva Castleman

II.A.368 “Sculpture Garden: Kusama's Nude-in Aug. 1969”

—Aug. 25, 1969

II.A.369 “San Juan 1970”

—Sept. 9, 1969-Feb. 15, 1970

II.A.370 “Joan Miró: 50 Recent Prints”

Joan Miró, C/E R-4; ICE-F-155-71, Sept. 15, 1969-June 27, 1971]. Ralph Colin

II.A.371 “Bill Brandt Sept. 1969”

Bill Brandt, [MoMA Exh. # 901b, Sept. 15-Nov. 30, 1969; ICE-F-140-69]. John Szarkowski

II.A.372* “Claes Oldenburg 1969”

Claes Oldenburg, [MoMA Exh. # 902, Sept. 23-Nov. 23, 1969; ICE-F-118-68]. Alicia Legg

II.A.373 “Oldenburg”

Claes Oldenburg, [MoMA Exh. # 902, Sept. 23-Nov. 23, 1969; ICE-F-11-8-68]. Alicia Legg

II.A.374 “Claes Oldenburg”

Claes Oldenburg, [MoMA Exh. # 902, Sept. 23-Nov. 23, 1969; ICE-F-11-8-68]. Alicia Legg

II.A.375 “George Grosz”

George Grosz Drawings and Watercolors, [MoMA Exh. # 904, Oct. 1-Nov. 16, 1969; ICE-F-147-70]. William S. Lieberman

II.A.376 “George Grosz: Watercolors & Drawings ICE-F-147-70 show. Oct. 17-Nov. 22, 70 Louisiana Museum, Humlebaek, Denmark”

George Grosz Drawings and Watercolors, [MoMA Exh. # 904, Oct. 1-Nov. 16, 1969; ICE-F-147-70]. William S. Lieberman

II.A.377 “George Grosz: Watercolors & Drawings Dusseldorf, Germany”

George Grosz Drawings and Watercolors, [MoMA Exh. # 904, Oct. 1-Nov. 16, 1969; ICE-F-147-70]. William S. Lieberman

II.A.378 “George Grosz: Watercolors & Drawings Brussels, Belgium”

George Grosz Drawings and Watercolors, [MoMA Exh. # 904, Oct. 1-Nov. 16, 1969; ICE-F-147-70]. William S. Lieberman

II.A.379 “George Grosz: Watercolors & Drawings Parma, Italy”

George Grosz Drawings and Watercolors, [MoMA Exh. # 904, Oct. 1-Nov. 16, 1969; ICE-F-147-70]. William S. Lieberman

II.A.380 “George Grosz: Watercolors & Drawings Berlin, Germany”

George Grosz Drawings and Watercolors, [MoMA Exh. # 904, Oct. 1-Nov. 16, 1969; ICE-F-147-70]. William S. Lieberman

II.A.381 “Publications: Kaprow Calendar”

—Oct. 10, 1969-May 1970

II.A.382 “Ocean Projects”

Ocean Projects: Hutchinson and Oppenheim, [MoMA Exh. # 906, Oct. 20-Nov. 30, 1969; C/E 1969]. Sarah Weiner

II.A.383 “Gar[r]y Winogra[n]d: `The Animals 1969' ”

Garry Winogrand: The Animals, [MoMA Exh. # 905, Oct. 24, 1969-Jan. 18, 1970]. John Szarkowski

II.A.384 “Pioneering in Art Education' Exhibit 1969”

Pioneering in Art Education, [MoMA Exh. # 908, Oct. 30, 1969-Jan. 30, 1970]. Victor D'Amico

II.A.385 “Clippings-Mendelsohn, Eric Nov. 1969”

Drawings by Eric Mendelsohn, [MoMA Exh. # 910, Nov. 7-Dec. 28, 1969]. Ludwig Glaeser

II.A.386 “Yugoslavia Films at MoMA”

—Film Series: New Yugoslav Films, Nov. 13-26, 1969

II.A.387 “Woody Allen Press Conference”

—Film Event: [Woody Allen Press Conference, Dec. 1969

II.A.388 “Eugene Atget: Atget's Trees Sept. 1969”

Atget Collection, [MoMA Exh. # 912, Dec. 1, 1969-March 24, 1970]. John Szarkowski

II.A.389 “The Graphic Constructions of Josef Albers 1973”

The Graphic Constructions of Joseph Albers, [MoMA Exh. # 915, Dec. 8, 1969-Feb. 24, 1970

II.A.390 “Transparent Furniture”

—Dec. 14, 1969-Feb. 9, 1970]. Quasar Khanh

II.A.391 “Calder”

A Salute to Alexander Calder, [MoMA Exh. # 916, Dec. 18, 1969-Feb. 24, 1970; C/E 1972-73; ICE-F-149-70]. Bernice Rose

II.A.392 “Clippings: Calder circulating, Berk. 1972”

A Salute to Alexander Calder, [MoMA Exh. # 916, Dec. 18, 1969-Feb. 24, 1970; C/E 1972-73 R-18; ICE-F-149-70]. Bernice Rose

II.A.393 “A Salute to Alexander Calder”

A Salute to Alexander Calder, [MoMA Exh. # 916, Dec. 18, 1969-Feb. 24, 1970; C/E 1972-73 R-18; ICE-F-149-70]. Bernice Rose

II.A.394 “Correspondence-To Be Answered”

—Dec. 24, 1969

II.A.395 “Spaces-Dec. 30, 1969”

Spaces, [MoMA Exh. # 917b, Dec. 30, 1969-March 1, 1970; C/E 1970]. Jennifer Licht

II.A.396 “Spaces'-Duplicates”

Spaces, [MoMA Exh. # 917b, Dec. 30, 1969-March 1, 1970; C/E 1970]. Michael Asher, Larry Bell, Dan Flavin, Robert Morris, Franz Erhard Walther. Jennifer Licht

II.A.397 “Publications: Appointment Calendar 1970”
II.A.398 “Publications: Christmas Cards and Gifts 1970”
II.A.399 “Publications: Design Collection”

The Design Collection: Selected Objects, with intro by Arthur Drexler, 1970

II.A.400 “Publications: Film Notes”

Lost Films by Gary Carey, 1970; Violent America: The Movies 1946-1974 Lawrence Alloway, 1970; Film Notes, Eileen Bowser, ed., 1970

II.A.401 “Publications: Frank Stella”

Frank Stella by William S. Rubin, 1970

II.A.402 “Publications: Jackson Pollock-Works on Paper”

Jackson Pollock: Works on Paper by Bernice Rose, 1970

II.A.403 “Publications: Lost Films”

Lost Films by Gary Carey, 1970

II.A.404 “Publications: Mies Van Der Rohe”

Ludwig Mies van der Rohe: Drawings in the Collection of The Museum of Modern Art, intro and notes by Ludwig Glaeser, 1970

II.A.405 “Publications: Peter Bogdanovich's Books”

—monograph of Orson Welles by Peter Bogdanovich and Orson Welles, 1970

II.A.406 “Publications: Review of W. Rubin's Book-Frank Stella”

Frank Stella by William S. Rubin, 1970

II.A.407 “Publications: Toys, Games, and Gifts”

—1970

II.A.408 “General, 1970”

—1970

II.A.409 “Misc. Publications: 1970-1985”

East 100th Street by Bruce Davidson, 1970
Complexity and Contradiction in Architecture by Robert Venturi, 1971
My Love by Nicki de Saint Phalle, 1972
The Films of Hal Roach by William Everson, 1973
Art Nouveau by Peter Selz and Mildred Constantine, 1976 reprint
Bauhaus, Herbert Bayer, Walter Gropius, Ise Gropius, eds, 1976 (reprint of 1938 original)
—A Personal View: Photography in the Collection of Paul F. Walter, 1985

II.A.410 “Publications: An American Romantic”

George Stevens: An American Romantic by Donald Richie, 1970

II.A.411 “Publications: E. J. Bellocq's Storyville Portraits”

Storyville Portraits by E.J. Bellocq, 1970

II.A.412 “Clippings: New Photography U.S.A. International Circ.”

New Photography: U.S.A., C/E 1970-73; ICE-F-126-68 (2nd Version: ICE-F-142-70)]. John Szarkowski

II.A.413 “George N. Barnard Sherman's Campaign: Photography by George N. Barnard”

Sherman's Campaign: Photographs by George N. Barnard, [MoMA Exh. # 918, Jan. 27-April 13, 1970]. John Szarkowski

II.A.414 “Fifty Photographs”

—Feb. 12-22, 1970

II.A.415 “Assis Chateaubriand”

—March 4-11, 1970

II.A.416 “Clippings: The Passionate Years: Expressionism in Germany 1905-30-travel 1970”

The Passionate Years: Expressionism in Germany 1905-1930, C/E R-5, March 8, 1970-Dec. 19, 1971; ICE-F-156-71 (canceled)]. Renée Neu

II.A.417 “Passionate Years-Expressionism in Germany ICE-F-156-71 cancelled”

The Passionate Years: Expressionism in Germany 1905-1930, C/E R-5, March 8, 1970-Dec. 19, 1971; ICE-F-156-71 (canceled)]. Renée Neu

II.A.418 “Clippings Passionate Years”

The Passionate Years: Expressionism in Germany 1905-1930, C/E R-5, March 8, 1970-Dec. 19, 1971; ICE-F-156-71 (canceled)]. Renée Neu

II.A.419 “Miró: Fifty Recent Prints 1970”

Miró Prints, [MoMA Exh. # 920, March 9-May 11, 1970; ICE-F-155-71]. Riva Castleman

II.A.420 “New Photography U.S.A., Brussels, Belgium”

New Photography: U.S.A., ICE-F-126-68, March 10, 1970-March 10, 1973]. John Szarkowski

II.A.421 “New Photography U.S.A., Parma, Italy”

New Photography: U.S.A., ICE-F-126-68, March 10, 1970-March 10, 1973]. John Szarkowski

II.A.422 “New Photography U.S.A., Paris, France”

New Photography: U.S.A., ICE-F-126-68, March 10, 1970-March 10, 1973]. John Szarkowski

II.A.423 “New Photography U.S.A., Munich, Germany”

New Photography: U.S.A., ICE-F-126-68, March 10, 1970-March 10, 1973]. John Szarkowski

II.A.424 “New Photography U.S.A., Berlin, Germany”

New Photography: U.S.A., ICE-F-126-68, March 10, 1970-March 10, 1973]. John Szarkowski

II.A.425 “New Photography U.S.A., Copenhagen, Denmark”

New Photography: U.S.A., ICE-F-126-68, March 10, 1970-March 10, 1973]. John Szarkowski

II.A.426 “Guimard”

Hector Guimard, [MoMA Exh. # 921, March 11-May 10, 1970; C/E 1970-71]. Lanier Graham

II.A.427* “Hector Guimard 1970”

Hector Guimard, [MoMA Exh. # 921, March 11-May 10, 1970; C/E 1970-71]. Lanier Graham

II.A.428 “The Development of Modern Architecture”

—Mar 28-30, 1970

II.A.429 “Clippings: Photography in Sculpture 1970-1st Folder”

Photography into Sculpture, [MoMA Exh. # 925, April 8-July 5, 1970]. Peter Bunnell

II.A.430 “Clippings: Photography in Sculpture 1970-2nd Folder”

Photography into Sculpture, [MoMA Exh. # 925, April 8-July 5, 1970]. Peter Bunnell

II.A.431 “Van Doesburg as Architect 1970”

Theo Van Doesburg: The Development of an Architect, [MoMA Exh. # 926, April 10-June 7, 1970]. Ludwig Glaeser

II.A.432 “Photography: New Acquisitions 1970”

Photography: New Acquisitions, [MoMA Exh. # 927, April 16-July 5, 1970]. John Szarkowski

II.A.433 “Creative Years-Dahlov Ipcar at the MoMA”

—April 19-29, 1970

II.A.434 “Atget”

Leaders in Photography: Eugène Atget, C/E R-6, May 5, 1970-Nov. 1971]. John Szarkowski

II.A.435 “II Biennale in Columbia II Bienal De Arte De Coltejer”
II.A.436 “ `Photo Eye of the 20's' 1970”

Photo Eye of the 20's, [MoMA Exh. # 931, June 4-Sept. 8, 1970; C/E R-9]. Beaumont Newhall

II.A.437 “Photo Eye of the Twenties June 4-Sept. 8, 1970”

Photo Eye of the 20's, [MoMA Exh. # 931, June 4-Sept. 8, 1970; C/E R-9]. Beaumont Newhall

II.A.438 “ `Photo Eye of the 20's' ”

Photo-Eye of the 20's, [MoMA Exh. # 931, June 4-Sept. 8, 1970; C/E R-9]. Beaumont Newhall

II.A.439 “Museum of Modern Art Summer Program 1970 Jazz in the Garden”

—Jazz in the Garden at MoMA, June 18-Aug. 27, 1970]. Ed Bland, Richard Koch, and GWP Records

II.A.440 “Graphics”

Graphics I: New Dimensions, [MoMA Exh. # 933, June 25-Nov. 15, 1970]. John Garrigan

II.A.441 “Information”

Information, [MoMA Exh. # 934, July 2-Sept. 20, 1970]. Kynaston McShine

II.A.442 “Information”

Information, [MoMA Exh. # 934, July 2-Sept. 20, 1970]. Kynaston McShine

II.A.443 “Archipenko-1970”

Archipenko: The Parisian Years, [MoMA Exh. # 935, July 20-Oct. 18, 1970; C/E R-10]. William S. Lieberman

II.A.444 “Archipenko: The Parisian Years”

Archipenko: The Parisian Years, [MoMA Exh. # 935, July 20-Oct. 18, 1970; C/E R-10]. William S. Lieberman

II.A.445 “One-Eyed Dicks 1970”

One-Eyed Dicks, [MoMA Exh. # 937, July 30-Oct. 2, 1970; C/E 1970]. Bill Burback

II.A.446 “Osaka I 1970”

Osaka I Robert Breer, [MoMA Exh. # 938, Aug. 20, 1970-April 13, 1971

II.A.447 “East 100th Street Bruce Davidson”

East 100th Street: Photographs by Bruce Davidson, [MoMA Exh. # 939, Sept. 22-Nov. 29, 1970]. John Szarkowski

II.A.448 “Bruce Davidson, E. 100th St.”

East 100th Street: Photographs by Bruce Davidson, [MoMA Exh. # 939, Sept. 22-Nov. 29, 1970]. John Szarkowski

II.A.449 “Work in Progress: Works by Philip Johnson, Kevin Roche, and Paul Rudolph”

Work in Progress: Architecture by Johnson, Roche, Rudolph, [MoMA Exh. # 940, Oct. 2, 1970-Jan. 3, 1971]. Arthur Drexler

II.A.450 “Exhib. Clippings: Philip Johnson, Kevin Roche, Paul Rudolph, `Work in Progress' ”

Work in Progress: Architecture by Johnson, Roche, Rudolph, [MoMA Exh. # 940, Oct. 2, 1970-Jan. 3, 1971]. Arthur Drexler

II.A.451 “Duane Michaels: Photography 1970”

Stories by Duane Michaels, [MoMA Exh. # 941, Oct. 4-Dec. 6, 1970]. William Burback

II.A.452 “Clippings-Picasso: Master Printmaker”

Picasso: Master Printmaker, [MoMA Exh. # 942, Oct. 15-Nov. 29, 1970; ICE-F-158-71]. Riva Castleman

II.A.453 “Picasso: 347 Gravures”

Picasso: Master Printmaker, [MoMA Exh. # 942, Oct. 15-Nov. 29, 1970; ICE-F-158-71]. Riva Castleman

II.A.454 “Picasso Prints c/e clippings”

Picasso: Master Printmaker, [MoMA Exh. # 942, Oct. 15-Nov. 29, 1970; ICE-F-158-71]. Riva Castleman

II.A.455 “Clippings: Bellocq: Storyville Portraits 11/19/70-1/10/71 945”

E.J. Bellocq: Storyville Portraits, [MoMA Exh. # 945, Nov. 19, 1970-Jan. 10, 1971]. John Szarkowski

II.A.456 “Bellocq-Circ.”

E.J. Bellocq: Storyville Portraits, [MoMA Exh. # 945, Nov. 19, 1970-Jan. 10, 1971; C/E R-11]. John Szarkowski

II.A.457 “Recent Design Acquisitions Dec. 1, 1970-Jan. 30, 1971”

Recent Acquisitions: The Design Collection, [MoMA Exh. # 947, Dec. 1, 1970-Jan. 31, 1971]. Arthur Drexler

II.A.458 “Bernice Abbott: Photographs 1970”

Bernice Abbott, [MoMA Exh. # 949, Dec. 10, 1970-Feb. 28, 1971]. John Szarkowski

II.A.459 “Clippings: Paul Burlin P&S”

Paul Burlin 1886-1969, [MoMA Exh. # 948, Dec. 10, 1970-Feb. 28, 1971; C/E 1970-71]. Virginia Allen

II.A.460 “Clippings: Cubist Epoch Exhib. in Los Angeles”

The Cubist Epoch, Los Angeles County Museum, Dec. 17, 1970-Feb. 21, 1971]. Douglas Cooper

II.A.461 “Stein Clippings”

Four Americans in Paris: The Collections of Gertrude Stein and Her Family, [MoMA Exh. # 950, Dec 19, 1970-March 1, 1971]. Margaret Potter

II.A.462 “Gertrude Stein”

Four Americans in Paris: The Collections of Gertrude Stein and Her Family, [MoMA Exh. # 950, Dec 19, 1970-March 1, 1971]. Margaret Potter

II.A.463 “Four Americans in Paris”

Four Americans in Paris: The Collections of Gertrude Stein and Her Family, [MoMA Exh. # 950, Dec 19, 1970-March 1, 1971]. Margaret Potter

II.A.464 “Bolaffiarte”

Four Americans in Paris: The Collections of Gertrude Stein and Her Family, [MoMA Exh. # 950, Dec 19, 1970-March 1, 1971]. Margaret Potter.

II.A.465 “Steins: Four Americans in Paris F”

Four Americans in Paris: The Collections of Gertrude Stein and Her Family, [MoMA Exh. # 950, Dec 19, 1970-March 1, 1971]. Margaret Potter

II.A.466* “Four Americans in Paris: Stein Family Collection”

Four Americans in Paris: The Collections of Gertrude Stein and Her Family, [MoMA Exh. # 950, Dec 19, 1970-March 1, 1971]. Margaret Potter

II.A.467 “Gertrude Stein”

Four Americans in Paris: The Collections of Gertrude Stein and Her Family, [MoMA Exh. # 950, Dec 19, 1970-March 1, 1971]. Margaret Potter

II.A.468 “Jasper Johns”

Jasper Johns: Lithographs, [MoMA Exh. # 951, Dec. 22, 1970-May 3, 1971; ICE-F-120-68, June 1968-Sept. 1970]. Riva Castleman

II.A.469 “Jasper Johns-Humlebaek, Denmark”

Jasper Johns: Lithographs, [MoMA Exh. # 951, Dec. 22, 1970-May 3, 1971; ICE-F-120-68, June 1968-Sept. 1970]. Riva Castleman

II.A.470 “Jasper Johns-Belgrade, Yugoslavia”

Jasper Johns: Lithographs, [MoMA Exh. # 951, Dec. 22, 1970-May 3, 1971; ICE-F-120-68, June 1968-Sept. 1970]. Riva Castleman

II.A.471 “Jasper Johns-Switzerland, Kunstmuseum-Feb 1-Mar 9, 1969”

Jasper Johns: Lithographs, [MoMA Exh. # 951, Dec. 22, 1970-May 3, 1971; ICE-F-120-68, June 1968-Sept. 1970]. Riva Castleman

II.A.472 “Kassel, Germany-June 17-Oct 6, 1968 Jasper Johns”

Jasper Johns: Lithographs, [MoMA Exh. # 951, Dec. 22, 1970-May 3, 1971; ICE-F-120-68, June 1968-Sept. 1970]. Riva Castleman

II.A.473 “Architecture & Design-General clippings from 1971”
II.A.474 “Publications: Christmas Cards and Gifts 1971”
II.A.475 “Publication: Cukor-Roach Books”

Cukor & Co. by Gary Carey, 1971, The Films of Hal Roach by William K. Everson 1971

II.A.476 “Publications: Four Americans in Paris”

—Four Americans in Paris: The Collections of Gertrude Stein and Her Family, 1971

II.A.477 “Publications: Frei Otto”

The Work of Frei Otto by Ludwig Glaeser 1971

II.A.478 “General, 1971”

—1971

II.A.479 “Publications: What is Modern Painting? Violent America, What is Modern Sculpture?”

What is Modern Sculpture? by Robert Goldwater, 1971; What is Modern Painting? by Alfred H. Barr, Jr., 1971; Violent America: The Movies, 1946-1964 by Lawrence Alloway, 1972

II.A.480 “Twentieth Century Portraits”

Twentieth-Century Portraits, C/E R-23, 1971-72]. William S. Lieberman

II.A.481* “Indian Triennale 1971”

Indian Triennale, ICE-F-154-70, Jan. 23-March. 23, 1971]. Waldo Rasmussen, Director; Artists: Carl Andre, Sam Gilliam, Eva Hesse, Robert Rohm, Robert Ryman, Alan Sarit, Richard Serra, Keith Sonnier

II.A.482 “Walker Evans”

Walker Evans, [MoMA Exh. # 952, Jan. 27-April 12, 1971]. Carl Miller; Thomas Mabry; John Szarkowski, Director

II.A.483 “Rodchenko 1971”

Alexander Rodchenko, [MoMA Exh. # 953, Feb. 2-April 21, 1971; C/E 1971]. Jennifer Licht

II.A.484 “Surrealistic-Illusion `71”

Surrealist Illusion from the Museum Collection, [MoMA Exh. # 954, Feb. 11-April 18, 1971]. William S. Rubin

II.A.485 “Static, Kinetic Exhibit”

—March-April, 1971

II.A.486 “Psychedelic Posters”

The Psychedelic Poster, C/E R-17, March 8 1971-1973]. John Garrigan

II.A.487 “Psychedelic Poster, Port-au-Prince, Haiti”

The Psychedelic Poster, C/E R-17, March 8 1971-1973]. John Garrigan

II.A.488 “Twentieth Century Pioneers”

Recent Acquisitions: European and "Picasso Guitar," [MoMA Exh. # 957, March 13.-April 26, 1971]. William S. Rubin, Director; Artists: Pablo Picasso, Marcel Duchamp, Frederick Kiesler, Séraphine Louis, Henri Matisse

II.A.489 “Clippings: Picasso-Guitar Gift to MoMA 1971”

Recent Acquisitions: European and "Picasso Guitar," [MoMA Exh. # 957, March 13.-April 26, 1971]. William S. Rubin, Director; Artists: Pablo Picasso, Marcel Duchamp, Frederick Kiesler, Séraphine Louis, Henri Matisse

II.A.490 “Romare Bearden”

Romare Bearden: The Prevalence of Ritual, [MoMA Exh. # 958, March 25-June 9, 1971]. Caroll Greene

II.A.491* “Romare Bearden: The Prevalence of Ritual; The Sculpture of Richard Hunt 1971”

Romare Bearden: The Prevalence of Ritual, [MoMA Exh. # 958, March 25-June 9, 1971]. Caroll Greene
The Sculpture of Richard Hunt, [MoMA Exh. # 959, March 25-June. 9, 1971; C/E 1971]. William S. Lieberman

II.A.492 “William Insley: Ceremonial Space”

William Insley: Ceremonial Space, [MoMA Exh. # 960, March 31-May 3, 1971]. Arthur Drexler

II.A.493 “Conrad Wachsmann: 50 Years of Life and Work Toward Industrialization of Building”

—April 1971

II.A.494 “The Cubist Epoch An Exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum”

The Cubist Epoch, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, April 7-June 7, 1971]. Douglas Cooper

II.A.495 “Gemini Clippings”

Technics & Creativity: Selections from Gemini G.E.L, [MoMA Exh. # 963, May 5-July 6, 1971; ICE-F-150-70 (canceled)]. Riva Castleman

II.A.496 “Architecture for the Arts: The State University of New York at Purchase”

Architecture for the Arts: The State University of New York at Purchase, [MoMA Exh. # 966, May 13-June 22, 1971]. Arthur Drexler

II.A.497 “Museum of Modern Art Summergarden 1971”

—Summergarden at MoMA, May 14-Oct. 10, 1971

II.A.498 Junior Council-Spring Benefit for Children's Art Carnival June 1971.”
II.A.499 “Publications: Calder”

—Exhibition catalogue by James Johnson Sweeney, June 12, 1971

II.A.500 “Museum of Modern Art Summer Program 1971 Jazz in the Garden”

—Jazz in the Garden at MoMA, June 24-Aug. 26, 1971
— Richard Koch; GWP Records; American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers

II.A.501 “Water Paintings Exhibition in Japan”

—European Great Artists' Water Paintings Exhibition-From Cézanne to Picasso, July 1-Aug. 1, 1971

II.A.502 “The Artist as Adversary 1971”

Artist as Adversary, [MoMA Exh. # 968, July 1-Sept. 15, 1971; C/E 1971]. Betsy Jones

II.A.503 “Alvarez Bravo 1971”

Manuel Alvarez Bravo, [MoMA Exh. # 969, July 7-Aug. 25, 1971]. Pasadena Art Museum

II.A.504 “Frei Otto 1971”

The Work of Frei Otto, [MoMA Exh. # 970, July 8-Oct. 24, 1971]. Ludwig Glaeser

II.A.505* “The Work of Frei Otto 1971”

The Work of Frei Otto, [MoMA Exh. # 970, July 8-Oct. 24, 1971]. Ludwig Glaeser

II.A.506 “Clarence H. White, CE 1973”

Clarence H. White, [MoMA Exh. # 971, July 21-Sept. 27, 1971]. Peter C. Bunnell

II.A.507 “White, Clarence H. Photographs”

Clarence H. White, [MoMA Exh. # 971 July 21-Sept. 27, 1971]. Peter C. Bunnell

II.A.508 “Ways of Looking”

Ways of Looking, [MoMA Exh. # 974, July 28-Nov. 1, 1971; C/E 1971]. Kynaston McShine

II.A.509 “Lumia Suite-T. Wilfred”

Thomas Wilfred: Lumia, [MoMA Exh. # 975, Aug. 9-Sept. 20, 1971; C/E 1971]. Donna Stein

II.A.510 “Surrealism Circulating Exhibit 1973”

Surrealism 1971-1973, ICE-F-151-70, Aug. 24, 1971-Feb. 8, 1973

II.A.511 “Publications: German Expressionist Painting”

The Passionate Years: Expressionism in Germany 1905-1930, C/E 1970-71; ICE-F-156-71 (canceled)]. Renée Neu

II.A.512 “Photographs of Women 1972”

Photographs of Women, [MoMA Exh. # 976, Sept. 7-Nov. 30, 1971]. Anne Tucker

II.A.513 “Miró Acquisitions Oct.-Nov. 1972”

—“The Birth of the World,” 1925

II.A.514 “Andrew Wyeth”

—Oct. 4, 1971-Aug. 1972

II.A.515 “Jasper Johns' Map, 1971, P&S”

Jasper Johns: Map, [MoMA Exh. # 979, Oct. 6, 1971-Feb. 13, 1972]. Jennifer Licht

II.A.516 “Modigliani Benefit”

—Oct. 17-Nov. 01, 1971

II.A.517 “Barnett Newman”

Barnett Newman, [MoMA Exh. # 980, Oct. 21, 1971-Jan. 10, 1972; C/E 1971-72]. Thomas B. Hess

II.A.518 “Barnett Newman”

Barnett Newman, [MoMA Exh. # 980, Oct. 21, 1971-Jan. 10, 1972; C/E 1971-72]. Thomas B. Hess

II.A.519 “Henry Moore: Elephant Skull”

Anton Heyboer, Etchings by Sol LeWitt, Henry Moore's “Elephant Skull,” [MoMA Exh. # 981, Oct. 26, 1971-Feb. 14, 1972]. Riva Castleman

II.A.520 “Tristan Tzara 1971”

—Nov. 9, 1971

II.A.521 “Sam Gilliam”

Projects: Sam Gilliam, [MoMA Exh. # 983, Nov. 9-Dec. 8, 1971

II.A.522 “Exhibitions: Projects 1971, 1972”

Projects: Sam Gilliam, [MoMA Exh. # 983, Nov. 9-Dec. 8, 1971
Projects: Nancy Graves, [MoMA Exh. # 986, Dec. 15, 1971-Jan. 24, 1972 (paintings); Dec. 15, 1971-Feb. 7, 1972 (sculpture)]. Joan Rosenbaum
Projects: Chuck Close and Lilliana Porter, [MoMA Exh. # 1020, Jan. 11-Feb. 25, 1973]. Howardena Pindell
Projects: Barry Flanagan, [MoMA Exh. # 1051, Jan. 18-March 3, 1974]. Nancy Karumba

II.A.523 “Tony Smith”

Tony Smith/81 More, [MoMA Exh. # 985, Nov. 27, 1971-Feb. 2, 1972; C/E 1972]. Kynaston McShine

II.A.524 “Projects”

Projects: Nancy Graves, [MoMA Exh. # 986, Dec. 15-1971-Jan. 24, 1972 (paintings); Dec. 15, 1971-Feb. 7, 1972 (sculpture)]. Joan Rosenbaum
Projects: Richard Tuttle and David Novros, [MoMA Exh. # 1006, June 12-July 17, 1972]. Jane Necol
Projects: Carl André, [MoMA Exh. # 1029, April 10-May 13, 1973]. Jennifer Licht and Nancy Karumba
Projects: Video V, [MoMA Exh. # 1104, Aug. 1-Sept. 30, 1975]. Barbara London, Director; Artists: Darcy Lange, Les Levine, Trisha Brown, Chris Burden, Nam June Paik, TVTV, Downtown Community Television, Global Village, Cara DeVito, John Margolies, Ilene Segalove, Telethon
Projects: Michael Vessa, [MoMA Exh. # 1178, July 18-Oct. 22, 1977]. Alexandra Schwartz
The Photographs of Chauncey Hare, [MoMA Exh. # 1179, July 18-Oct. 22, 1977]. John Szarkowski
Projects: Video XIII, [MoMA Exh. # 1181, Aug. 1-Oct. 16, 1977] Barbara London
Projects: Video XIV, [MoMA Exh. # 1189, Oct. 17-Dec. 11, 1977]. Barbara London
Video: Video and Ritual, [MoMA Exh. # 1384a, Sept. 27-Nov. 20, 1985]. Barbara London

II.A.525 “Publications: History of Photography”

The History of Photography: from 1839 to the Present Day by Beaumont Newhall, 1972

II.A.526 “Publications: On Adams in Paradise”

On Adams' House in Paradise: The Idea of the Primitive Hut in Architectural History by Joseph Rykwert, 1972

II.A.527 “Publications: Picasso in the Collection of the MoMA”

Picasso in the Collection of The Museum of Modern Art by William S. Rubin, 1972

II.A.528 “Publications: The Complete Greed”

The Complete `Greed' by Herman G. Weinberg, 1972

II.A.529 “Publications: The Janis Collection of the MoMA, 1972”

Three Generations of Twentieth-Century Art, foreword by Alfred H. Barr, Jr., intro by William S. Rubin, 1972

II.A.530 “Publications: Walker Evans”

Walker Evans by John Szarkowski, 1972

II.A.531 “General, 1972”

—1972

II.A.532 “Publications: Christmas Cards and Gifts 1972-73”
II.A.533 “Museum of Modern Art Summer Program 1972-73 Jazz in the Garden”

—Jazz in the Garden at MoMA, 1972-1973

II.A.534 “New Directors/New Films 1972, `74, `75, `76, `77”
II.A.535 “Book Clippings”

—Jan. 16-April 23, 1972

II.A.536 “John Goodyear: Earth Curve”

Untitled III Art Lending, [MoMA Exh. # N/A Jan. 25-March 13, 1972]. Pierre Apraxine, Director; Artists: Robert Breer, John Goodyear, Nigel Hall, Elijah Pierce, Llewellyn Xavier

II.A.537 “Projects: Lee Friedlander: `Gatherings' ”

Projects: Gatherings Lee Friedlander, [MoMA Exh. # 992, Feb. 1-March 5, 1972]. John Szarkowski

II.A.538 “Quebec”

—Film Series: New Cinema from Quebec, Feb. 3-14, 1972]. Laurence Kardish

II.A.539 “Clippings: Homage to Picasso-1972”

Picasso in the Collection of The Museum of Modern Art, [MoMA Exh. # 993, Feb. 3-April 2, 1972]. William S. Rubin

II.A.540 “Clippings: Picasso in the Museum Collection”

Picasso in the Collection of The Museum of Modern Art, [MoMA Exh. # 993, Feb. 3-April 2, 1972]. William S. Rubin

II.A.541 “Clippings: Picasso in the Collection of the Museum of Modern Art 1972”

Picasso in the Collection of The Museum of Modern Art, [MoMA Exh. # 993, Feb. 3-April 2, 1972]. William S. Rubin

II.A.542 “Matisse, Sculpture of Feb. 22-May 1, 1972”

Sculpture of Matisse, [MoMA Exh. # 995, Feb. 23-May 1, 1972]. Alicia Legg

II.A.543 “Matisse: Sculpture Exhibit-Minneapolis Walker Art Center 1972”

Sculpture of Matisse, [MoMA Exh. # 995, Feb. 23-May 1, 1972]. Alicia Legg

II.A.544 “California Prints”

California Prints, [MoMA Exh. # 997, March 1-May 29, 1972]. Howardena Pindell

II.A.545 “Clippings: Barbara Morgan Photog. 1972”

Barbara Morgan Photographs, [MoMA Exh. # 999, March 7-May 30, 1972]. Peter Bunnell

II.A.546 “Museum of Modern Art Summergarden 1972”

—Summergarden at MoMA, May 31-Oct. 1, 1972

II.A.547 “David Smith”

—“24 Greek Ys” (1950), April 7, 1972

II.A.548 “The New Domestic Landscape”

Italy: The New Domestic Landscape, [MoMA Exh. # 1004, May 26-Sept. 11, 1972]. Emilio Ambasz

II.A.549* “Italy: The New Domestic Landscape 1972”

Italy: The New Domestic Landscape, [MoMA Exh. # 1004, May 26-Sept. 11, 1972]. Emilio Ambasz

II.A.550 “Projects: Richard Tuttle and David Novros”

Projects: Richard Tuttle and David Novros, [MoMA Exh. # 1006, June 12-July 17, 1972]. Jane Necol

II.A.551 “Symbolism, Synthetism, and the Fin-de-Siecle”

Symbolism, Synthetism, and the Fin-de-Siecle, [MoMA Exh. # 1007, June 20-Oct. 10, 1972]. Donna Stein

II.A.552 “Circulating Exhibition: Symbolism, Syntheticism, and the Fin-de-Siecle”

Symbolism, Synthetism, and the Fin-de-Siecle, [MoMA Exh. # 1007, June 20-Oct. 10, 1972]. Donna Stein

II.A.553 “Exhibition at the Kröller-Muller Museum in Otterlo, Netherlands 100 Drawings from MoMA”

100 European Drawings from the Collection, [MoMA Exh. # 1008, June 27-Oct. 10, 1972; C/E 1973]. William S. Lieberman

II.A.554 “Design Collection 1973”

—July 8, 1972-Aug. 11, 1973

II.A.555 “Schwitters Clippings 1972”

Kurt Schwitters, [MoMA Exh. # 1009. July 31-Sept. 10, 1972; C/E 1972-73]. Jennifer Licht

II.A.556 “Wessel, Henry Jr. Clippings Oct. 3-Dec. 17, 1972”

Photographs by Henry Wessel, Jr, [MoMA Exh. # 1011, Sept. 23-Dec. 17, 1972]. Dennis Longwell

II.A.557 “African Textiles 1972”

African Textiles and Decorative Arts, [MoMA Exh. # 1012, Oct. 11, 1972-Jan. 31, 1973; C/E 1972-73]. Arthur Drexler

II.A.558* “African Textiles and Decorative Arts Oct. 11, 1972-Jan 31, 1973”

African Textiles and Decorative Arts, [MoMA Exh. # 1012, Oct. 11, 1972-Jan. 31, 1973; C/E 1972-73; ICE-F-137-69]. Arthur Drexler

II.A.559 “African Textiles and Decorative Arts Oct. 13, 1972-Jan 31, 1973”

African Textiles and Decorative Arts, [MoMA Exh. # 1012, Oct. 11, 1972-Jan. 31, 1973; C/E 1972-73; ICE-F-137-69]. Arthur Drexler

II.A.560 “Philadelphia in N.Y. 1972”

Philadelphia in New York, [MoMA Exh. # 1013, Oct. 18, 1972-Jan. 7, 1973; C/E 1972-73]. Betsy Jones

II.A.561 “Etchings, Etc. Clippings Oct. 24-Jan. 2, 1973”

Etchings, Etc., [MoMA Exh. # 1014, Oct. 25, 1972-Feb. 5, 1973]. Carol Giamartino

II.A.562 “Diane Arbus Photographs 1972”

Diane Arbus, [MoMA Exh. # 1015, Nov. 7, 1972-Jan. 21, 1973]. John Szarkowski

II.A.563* “Diane Arbus Nov. 1972”

Diane Arbus, [MoMA Exh. # 1015, Nov. 7, 1972-Jan. 21, 1973]. John Szarkowski

II.A.564 “Clippings: Novelli”

Gaston Novelli, [MoMA Exh. # 1017, Nov. 9, 1972-Jan. 8, 1973]. Kynaston McShine

II.A.565 “Dubuffet: Persons and Places”

Dubuffet: Persons and Places, [MoMA Exh. # 1016, Nov. 9, 1972-Jan. 23, 1973; ICE-F-162-73]. William S. Lieberman

II.A.566 “Projects: Benedit”

Projects: Luis Fernando Benedit, [MoMA Exh. # 1018, Nov. 14, 1972-Jan. 2, 1973]. Bernice Rose

II.A.567 “RAI-TV 1972”

—Film Series: New Films Produced for RAI, Radiotelevisione Italiana, Famous Filmmakers Antonioni, Rosellini, Bresson, Renoir, and New Filmmakers, Nov. 30-Dec. 28, 1972

II.A.568 “Cisitalia GT”

A Classic Car: Cisitalia GT, 1946, [MoMA Exh. # 1019, Dec. 8, 1972-Jan. 29, 1973]. Emilio Ambasz

II.A.569 “Publications: An Invitation to See”

An Invitation to See: 125 Paintings from the Museum of Modern Art by Helen M. Franc, 1973; Good Old Modern: An Intimate Portrait of The Museum of Modern Art by Russell Lynes, 1973

II.A.570 “Publications: Appointment Calendar 1973 Landscape”
II.A.571 “Publications: Arbus Book”

Diane Arbus, Doon Arbus and Marvian Israel, eds., 1973

II.A.572 “Publications: History of Impressionism”

The History of Impressionism, 4th rev. ed., John Rewald, 1973

II.A.573 “Publications: Latrigue”

—Les Femmes de Henri Lartigue 1973

II.A.574 “Publications: Looking at Photographs by John Szarkowski”

Looking at Photographs by John Szarkowski, 1973

II.A.575 “Publications: Marcel Duchamp”

Marcel Duchamp, Anne d'Harnoncourt and Kynaston McShine, eds., 1973

II.A.576 “Publications: Modern Art in Prints”

Modern Art in Prints by Riva Castleman, 1973

II.A.577 “Publications: Modern Prints-Castleman”

Modern Prints Since 1942 by Riva Castleman, 1973

II.A.578 “Publications: The American: Photos of Robert Frank”

The Americans by Robert Frank, 1973

II.A.579 “Publications: The Art Crowd by Sophy Burnham”

The Art Crowd by Sophy Burnham, 1973

II.A.580 “Publications: The Art of Assemblage”

Assemblage: A New Dimension in Creative Teaching in Action by Victor D'Amico and Arlette Buchman, 1973

II.A.581 “General, 1973”

—1973

II.A.582 “Projects: Close/Porter”

Projects: Chuck Close & Lilliana Porter, [MoMA Exh. # 1020, Jan. 11-Feb. 25, 1973]. Howardena Pindell

II.A.583 “Recent New Acquisitions: 1973”

25 Recent Acquisitions (XII), [MoMA Exh. # 1021, Jan. 17-March 18, 1973]. Arthur Drexler

II.A.584 “Clippings: From the Picture Press”

From the Picture Press, [MoMA Exh. # 1022, Jan. 30-April 29, 1973]. John Szarkowski

II.A.585 “From The Picture Press 1973”

From the Picture Press, [MoMA Exh. # 1022, Jan. 30-April 29, 1973]. John Szarkowski

II.A.586 “Gerstner: Designing Programs/Programmings Designs Clippings”

Designing Programs/Programming Design: An Exhibition of Karl Gerstner, [MoMA Exh. # 1023, Feb. 5-March 10, 1973]. Emilio Ambasz

II.A.587 “Clippings: The Prints of Edvard Munch 1973”

The Prints of Edvard Munch, [MoMA Exh. # 1024, Feb. 13-April 29, 1973]. Riva Castleman

II.A.588 “Edvard Munch”

The Prints of Edvard Munch, [MoMA Exh. # 1024, Feb. 13-April 29, 1973; C/E R-3]. Riva Castleman

II.A.589 “The Graphic Work of Edvard Munch”

The Prints of Edvard Munch, [MoMA Exh. # 1024, Feb. 13-April 29, 1973; C/E R-3, 1970-1971]. Riva Castleman

II.A.590 “Projects: David Tremlett”

Projects: David Tremlett, [MoMA Exh. # 1025, March 6-April 8, 1973]. Jennifer Licht

II.A.591 “Clippings: Works on Paper March 7-May 28, 1973”

Works on Paper, [MoMA Exh. # 1026, March 7-June 4, 1973]. Bernice Rose

II.A.592 “Clippings: Picasso Monument”

The Painting and Sculpture Collection: A New Perspective, C/E 1973]. Monument 1928-29. William S Rubin

II.A.593 “Clippings: Mark Cohen Photog.”

Photographs by Mark Cohen, [MoMA Exh. # 1027, March 19-July 8, 1973]. Dennis Longwell

II.A.594 “Clippings: Projects: Whitman/Andre”

Projects: Carl Andre, [MoMA Exh. # 1029, April 10-May 13, 1973]. Jennifer Licht
Projects: Robert Whitman, [MoMA Exh. # 1031, April 16-May 23, 1973]. Cora Rosevear

II.A.595 “Clippings: Eames, Charles”

Charles Eames: Furniture from the Design Collection, [MoMA Exh. # 1032, April 16-Aug. 1, 1973]. Arthur Drexler

II.A.596* “Charles Eames: Furniture from the Design Collection 1973”

Charles Eames: Furniture from the Design Collection, [MoMA Exh. # 1032, April 16-Aug. 1, 1973]. Arthur Drexler

II.A.597 “I.C.E. Modern Art in Prints”

—Modern Prints 1947 - 1972, April 19, 1973-March 30, 1975; ICE-F-157-70]. Riva Castleman

II.A.598 “Junior Council-Spring Benefit May 1973.”
II.A.599 “Exhibition: 120 Drawings from Kröller-Muller Museum of Netherlands at MoMA 1973”

Drawings from the Kröller-Müller National Museum, Otterlo, [MoMA Exh. # 1034, May 24-Aug. 19, 1973; C/E 1973-74]. William S. Lieberman

II.A.600 “Projects: Clippings: Antin, 100 Boots”

Projects: 100 Boots by Eleanor Antin, [MoMA Exh. # 1035, May 30-July 8, 1973]. Jane Necol

II.A.601 “Museum of Modern Art Summergarden 1973”

—Summergarden at MoMA, June 1-Sept. 29, 1973

II.A.602 “Another Chance for Housing 1973”

Another Chance for Housing: Low Rise Alternatives, [MoMA Exh. # 1037, June 12-Aug. 19, 1973]. Arthur Drexler

II.A.603 “Clippings: Warner Bros. Film Retro.”

—Film Series: Warner Brothers Film Retrospective, July 4-Nov, 18, 1973]. Adrienne Mancia and Laurence Kardish

II.A.604 “Collage and the Photo Image”

Collage and the Photo Image, [MoMA Exh. # 1040, July 17-Sept. 11, 1973]. Bernice Rose

II.A.605 “Four Contemporary Masters July 19-1973”

Four Contemporary Masters of Figurative Art, C/E 1074-75; ICE-F-159-72]. Alicia Legg, Director; Artists: Alberto Giacometti, Jean Dubuffet, Willem De Kooning, Francis Bacon

II.A.606 “Ellsworth Kelly 1973”

Ellsworth Kelly, [MoMA Exh. # 1042, Sept. 12-Nov. 4, 1973; C/E 1973-74]. Eugene Goossen

II.A.607 “No Title”

Ellsworth Kelly, [MoMA Exh. # 1042, Sept. 12-Nov. 4, 1973; C/E 1973-74]. Eugene Goossen

II.A.608* “Ellsworth Kelly 1973”

Ellsworth Kelly, [MoMA Exh. # 1042, Sept. 12-Nov. 4, 1973; C/E 1973-74]. Eugene Goossen

II.A.609 “Projects: Rinke 1973”

Projects: Klaus Rinke, [MoMA Exh. # 1043, Sept. 19-Nov. 5, 1973]. Kynaston McShine

II.A.610 “Miró”

Miró in the Collection of The Museum of Modern Art, [MoMA Exh. # 1044, Oct. 9, 1973-Jan. 27, 1974]. William S. Rubin

II.A.611 “Miró”

Miró in the Collection of The Museum of Modern Art, [MoMA Exh. # 1044, Oct. 9, 1973-Jan. 27, 1974]. William S. Rubin

II.A.612 “Bill Dane 1974”

Unfamiliar Places: A Message from Bill Dane, [MoMA Exh. # 1046, Oct. 22, 1973-Jan. 6, 1974]. John Szarkowski

II.A.613 “Clippings: Painter for the Theatre 1973”

Painters for the Theater: An Invitation to the Theater Arts Collection, [MoMA Exh. # 1048, Nov. 19, 1973-Jan. 13, 1974]. William S. Lieberman

II.A.614 “Clippings: Penthouse Contemporary Landscape Paintings 1972-3”

—Dec. 1973

II.A.615 “Christmas II”

—Dec. 20, 1973-Dec. 22, 1975

II.A.616 “Circulating Exhib. Twentieth Century Portraits”

Portraits, [MoMA Exh. # 1049, Dec. 27, 1973-Feb. 24, 1974]. William S. Lieberman

II.A.617* “Marcel Duchamp 1973”

Marcel Duchamp, [MoMA Exh. # 1050, Dec. 28, 1973-Feb. 24, 1974; C/E 1973-74]. Kynaston McShine

II.A.618 “Publications: Appointment Calendar 1974 Food”
II.A.619 “Publications: Barr Paper Back Books”

—1974 Reissue of Cubism and Abstract Art, 1936; Picasso: Fifty Years of His Art; Matisse: His Art and His Public, 1951; and Matisse and Picasso monographs

II.A.620 “Publications: Barr Paperbacks Reissued”

—1974 Reissue of Cubism and Abstract Art, 1936; Picasso: Fifty Years of His Art; Matisse: His Art and His Public, 1951; and Matisse and Picasso monographs

II.A.621 “Publications: New Japanese Photography”

New Japanese Photography, John Szarkowski and Shoji Yamagishi, eds., 1974

II.A.622 “Publications: The Meaning of Modern Art-J. Russell”

The Meanings of Modern Art 12-volume series by John Russell, 1974

II.A.623 “General, 1974”

—1974

II.A.624 “Film Clippings, General, 1977”

—1974-April 6, 1982

II.A.625 “Some Recent American Art Australia”

Some Recent American Art, C/E 1974; ICE-F-160-73]. Jennifer Licht

II.A.626 “Kertesz, Rodchenko, Moholy-Nagy 1976”

Kertész, Rodchenko, Moholy-Nagy: Photographs from the Collection, [MoMA Exh. # 1052, Jan. 28-June 9, 1974]. Dennis Longwell

II.A.627 “Felix Vallotton 1973”

Felix Vallotton: Woodcuts of the 1890's, [MoMA Exh. # 1054, Feb. 15-April 28, 1974]. Riva Castleman

II.A.628 “Projects Giulio Paolini 1974”

Projects: Giulio Paolini, [MoMA Exh. # 1056, March 13-April 14, 1974]. Kynaston McShine

II.A.629 “The New Japanese Photography 1974”

New Japanese Photography, [MoMA Exh. # 1057, March 27-May 19, 1974; C/E 1974-76; ICE-F-167-74 (canceled)]. John Szarkowski

II.A.630 “Clippings: Raoul Walsh”

—April, 1974

II.A.631 “Gerald Murphy Press Clippings 1974”

The Painting of Gerald Murphy, [MoMA Exh. # 1059, April 9-May 19, 1974; C/E 1974]. William S. Rubin

II.A.632 “Projects: Rachel Ferrer”

Projects: Rachel Ferrer, [MoMA Exh. # 1060, April 22-May 27, 1974]. Kynaston McShine

II.A.633 “Richard Avedon Jacob Israel Avedon: Photographed by Richard Avedon”

Jacob Israel Avedon: Photographed by Richard Avedon, [MoMA Exh. # 1061, May 1-June 16, 1974]. John Szarkowski

II.A.634 “Printed, Cut, Folded, and Torn”

Printed, Cut, Folded, and Torn, [MoMA Exh. # 1062, May 10-Aug. 11, 1974]. Howardena Pindell

II.A.635 Junior Council-Spring Benefit June 1974.”
II.A.636 “Museum of Modern Art Summergarden 1974”

—Summergarden at MoMA, May 31-Sept. 29, 1974

II.A.637 “Projects: Sheridan-Smith 1974”

Projects: Sonia Landy Sheridan and Keith Smith, [MoMA Exh. # 1063, June 4-July 14, 1974]. Dennis Longwell

II.A.638 “Seurat to Matisse Press Clippings”

Seurat to Matisse: Drawing in France, [MoMA Exh. # 1064, June 13-Sept. 8, 1974; C/E 1974]. William S. Lieberman

II.A.639* “Seurat to Matisse: Drawing in France 1974”

Seurat to Matisse: Drawing in France, [MoMA Exh. # 1064, June 13-Sept. 8, 1974; C/E 1974]. William S. Lieberman

II.A.640 “Projects: Marlene Scott V 1974”

Projects: Marlene Scott V, [MoMA Exh. # 1067, July 24-Sept. 8, 1974]. Martha Beck

II.A.641 “Gods, Heroes, and Shepherds Aug. 23-Nov. 10, 1974”

Gods, Heroes, and Shepherds, [MoMA Exh. # 1069, Aug. 23-Nov. 10, 1974]. Alexandra Schwartz

II.A.642 “German Drawings: The Expressionists”

German Drawings: The Expressionists, [MoMA Exh. # 1070, Aug. 30-Nov. 10, 1974]. William S. Lieberman

II.A.643* “German Drawings: The Expressionists 1974”

German Drawings: The Expressionists, [MoMA Exh. # 1070, Aug. 30-Nov. 10, 1974

II.A.644 “Russian Art Fracas”

—Sept. 1974

II.A.645 “Arakawa: Recent Prints 1974”

Arakawa: Recent Prints, [MoMA Exh. # 1071, Sept. 6-Nov. 3, 1974; C/E 1974]. Riva Castleman

II.A.646 “Public Landscapes 1974”

Public Landscapes: An Exhibition of Photographs, [MoMA Exh. # 1072, Sept. 11-Dec. 1, 1974]. Marjorie Munsterberg

II.A.647 “Projects: Michael Hurson”

Projects: Michael Hurson, [MoMA Exh. # 1073, Sept. 16-Oct. 20, 1974]. Cora Rosevear

II.A.648 “Change, Inc. Rauschenberg”

Works from Change, Inc. Art Lending Service, [MoMA Exh. # N/A, Sept. 25-Nov. 24, 1974

II.A.649 “Eight Contemporary Artists”

Eight Contemporary Artists, [MoMA Exh. # 1076, Oct. 9, 1974-Jan. 5, 1975]. Jennifer Licht

II.A.650 “Projects: Translations by Jess”

Projects: Translations by Jess, [MoMA Exh. # 1077, Oct. 25-Dec. 8, 1974]. Kynaston McShine

II.A.651 “Chairs by Charles Rennie Mackintosh”

Furniture by Charles Rennie Mackintosh, [MoMA Exh. # 1081, Nov. 14, 1974-Jan. 12, 1975]. Emilio Ambasz

II.A.652* “Furniture by Charles Rennie Mackintosh 1974”

Furniture by Charles Rennie Mackintosh, [MoMA Exh. # 1081, Nov. 14, 1974-Jan. 12, 1975]. Emilio Ambasz

II.A.653 “Friedlander Photographs 74-75”

Lee Friedlander, [MoMA Exh. # 1083, Dec. 6, 1974-Feb. 17, 1975; ICE-F-170-74]. John Szarkowski

II.A.654 “Publications: High Diddle Diddle”

High Diddle Diddle, designed and illustrated by Robert A. Propper, 1975

II.A.655 “Major Events, Receptions, 1975.”
II.A.656 “General, 1975”

—1975

II.A.657 “Aperture Weston Book”.

Edward Weston, [MoMA Exh # 1085, Jan. 29-March 30, 1975; C/E 1975-76; ICE-F-179-76]. Willard Van Dyke

II.A.658 “Edward Weston Retrospective Jan. 29-March 30, 1975”

Edward Weston, [MoMA Exh # 1085, Jan. 29-March 30, 1975; C/E 1975-76; ICE-F-179-76]. Willard Van Dyke

II.A.659* “Edward Weston 1975”

Edward Weston, [MoMA Exh # 1085, Jan. 29-March 30, 1975; C/E 1975-76; ICE-F-179-76]. Willard Van Dyke

II.A.660 “Furniture from the Collection Thonet, Guimard, Wright, Rietveld 1975”

Furniture from the Design Collection, [MoMA Exh. # 1087, Feb. 7-April 29, 1975]. Emilio Ambasz, Director; Artists: Michael Thonet, Hector Guimard, Frank Lloyd Wright, Gerrit Rietveld

II.A.661 “Projects: Loren Madsen 1974”

Projects: Loren Madsen, [MoMA Exh. # 1088, Feb. 10-March 16, 1975]. Barbara London

II.A.662 “Koudelka Photographs 1975”

Joseph Koudelka: Photographs, [MoMA Exh. # 1089, Feb. 24-May 11, 1975]. John Szarkowski

II.A.663 “Prints: `Points of View' 1975”

Points of View, [MoMA Exh. # 1091, March 7-June 8, 1975]. Howardena Pindell

II.A.664 “Projects: Ger Van Elk 1975”

Projects: Ger van Elk, [MoMA Exh. # 1093, March 24-May 4, 1975]. Nancy Karumba

II.A.665 “Stuart Davis Mural Acquired April 1975”

—Mural 1932

II.A.666 “ `Recent Acquisitions' June 1975”

Five Recent Acquisitions, [MoMA Exh. # 1095, April 18-June 22, 1975]. William S. Rubin, Director; Artists: Edvard Munch, Henri Matisse, Georges Rouault, Pierre Bonnard, Marie Laurencin

II.A.667* “Five Recent Acquisitions 1975”

Five Recent Acquisitions, [MoMA Exh. # 1095, April 18-June 22, 1975]. William S. Rubin

II.A.668 “Anthony Caro April 30-July 6, 1975”

Anthony Caro, [MoMA Exh. # 1096, April 20-July 6, 1975; C/E 1975-76; ICE-F-175-75]. William S. Rubin

II.A.669* “Anthony Caro 1975”

Anthony Caro, [MoMA Exh. # 1096, April 30-July 6, 1975; C/E 1975-76; ICE-F-175-75]. William S. Rubin

II.A.670* “From the D. W. Griffith Collection 1975”

From the D. W. Griffith Collection, [MoMA Exh. # 1098, May 15-Sept. 3, 1975; C/E 1975; ICE-F-191-79]. Eileen Bowser

II.A.671 “Clippings: Irving Penn Photographs 1975”

Irving Penn Recent Works, [MoMA Exh. # 1099, May 19-Aug. 3, 1975; C/E 1975-76]. John Szarkowski

II.A.672 “Museum of Modern Art Summergarden 1975”

—Summergarden at MoMA, May 30-Sept. 28, 1975

II.A.673 “Milton Glaser 1975”

Milton Glaser, [MoMA Exh # 1101, June 2-Oct. 21, 1975]. Emilio Ambasz

II.A.674 “Spring Benefit 1975”

—June 13, 1975

II.A.675 “Modern Masters, New York Show 75”

Modern Masters: Manet to Matisse, [MoMA Exh. # 1105, Aug. 5-Sept. 28, 1975; ICE-F-163-74]. William S. Lieberman

II.A.676* “Modern Masters: Manet to Matisse-to Australia 1975”

Modern Masters: Manet to Matisse, [MoMA Exh. # 1105, Aug. 5-Sept. 28, 1975; C/E 1975; ICE-F-163-74]. William S. Lieberman

II.A.677 “Modern Masters in Australia 1975 Int'l. Council”

Modern Masters: Manet to Matisse, [MoMA Exh. # 1105, Aug. 5-Sept. 28, 1975; C/E 1975; ICE-F-163-74]. William S. Lieberman

II.A.678 “Picture Puzzles 1975”

Picture Puzzles, [MoMA Exh. # 1106, Aug. 12-Nov. 16, 1975; C/E 1975]. Peter Galassi

II.A.679 “Drawings: Recent Gifts 1975”

Drawings: Recent Acquisitions, [MoMA Exh. # 1107, Sept. 5-Nov. 11, 1975]. William S. Lieberman, Director; Artists: Erich Heckel, Willem de Kooning, Henri Matisse, Giorgio de Chirico, Fernand Léger, Amedeo Modigliani, Sam Szafran, Friedrich Vordemberge-Gildewart

II.A.680 “Projects: Walter Pichler 1975”

Projects: Walter Pichler, [MoMA Exh. # 1108, Sept. 12-Nov. 2, 1975]. Emilio Ambasz

II.A.681 “Printsequence”

Printsequence, [MoMA Exh # 1109, Oct. 3, 1975-Jan. 18, 1976]. Riva Castleman, Director; Artists: Andy Warhol, Josef Albers, Mel Bochner, Emmett Williams, Robert Mangold, Robert Rauschenberg, Frank Stella, Daniel Buren, Joel Bass, Emil Nolde, Pablo Picasso, et al

II.A.682 “Film, General, 1976”

—Oct. 8, 1975-March 30, 1977

II.A.683 “American Art Since 1945 CE”

American Art Since 1945, C/E # R-33, Oct. 23-Nov. 30, 1975]. Alicia Legg

II.A.684 “Clippings: American Art Since 1945-Traveling Exhib. 1976”

American Art Since 1945, C/E # R-33, Oct. 23-Nov. 30, 1975]. Alicia Legg

II.A.685 “Ecole des Beaux-Arts 1975”

The Architecture of the Ecole des Beaux-Arts, [MoMA Exh. # 1110, Oct. 29, 1975-Jan. 4, 1976; C/E 1975-76]. Arthur Drexler

II.A.686* “The Architecture of the Ecole des Beaux Arts 1975”

The Architecture of the Ecole des Beaux Arts, [MoMA Exh. # 1110, Oct. 29, 1975-Jan. 4, 1976; C/E 1975-76]. Arthur Drexler

II.A.687 “Prints Ryman/Smith”

New Prints: Robert Ryman and Richard Smith, [MoMA Exh. # 1112, Nov. 6-Nov. 30, 1975]. Riva Castleman

II.A.688 “Photography: Eugene Buechel Exhibition Nov. 24, 1976-Feb. 8, 1977”

Eugene Buechel, S.J. Rosebud and Pine Ridge Photographs, [MoMA Exh. # 1113, Nov. 20, 1975-Feb. 8, 1976; C/E 1975-76

II.A.689 “Projects: Bechers”

Projects: Bernard and Hilla Becher, [MoMA Exh. # 1115, Dec. 8, 1975-Jan. 22, 1976; ICE-F-177-76] Cora Rosevear

II.A.690 “General, 1976”

—1976

II.A.691 “Major Events: Receptions 76, 77”
II.A.692 “Buñuel in Mexico 1976”

—Film Series: Luis Buñuel, Jan. 8-Feb. 16, 1976]. Adrienne Mancia

II.A.693 “Drawing Now 1955-1975 Jan 21-March 9 1976”

Drawing Now: 1955-1975, [MoMA Exh. # 1117, Jan. 21-March 9, 1976; ICE-F-171-74]. Bernice Rose

II.A.694 “Constructivism in Poland 1923-26 Jan 30- Mar 25, 1976”

Constructivism in Poland: 1923-1926, [MoMA Exh. # 1118, Jan. 30-March 25, 1976; C/E 1976-77]. Kynaston McShine

II.A.695 “Cubism and its Affinities Feb. 9-May 9, 1976”

Cubism and Its Affinities, [MoMA Exh. # 1119a, Feb. 9-May 9, 1976; ICE-F-165-74]. William S. Lieberman

II.A.696 “Project Clips”

—Feb. 10, 1976-Dec. 26, 1983

II.A.697 “Projects: Michael Snow Film and Photography 1976”

Projects: Michael Snow, Photographs, [MoMA Exh. # 1120, Feb. 19-April 27, 1976]. Dennis Longwell

II.A.698 “100 Master Photographs Traveling Exhib. 1976”

Master Photographs from The Museum of Modern Art, C/E, March 3-Dec. 26, 1976; ICE (canceled)

II.A.699 “The Wild Beast: Fauvism and Its Affinities March 26-June 1, 1976”

The “Wild Beasts”: Fauvism and Its Affinities, [MoMA Exh. # 1122, March 24-June 1, 1976; C/E 1976]. John Elderfield

II.A.700* “The Wild Beasts 1976”

The “Wild Beasts”: Fauvism and Its Affinities, [MoMA Exh. # 1122, March 24-June 1, 1976; C/E 1976]. John Elderfield

II.A.701* “The Wild Beasts 1976”

The Wild Beasts”: Fauvism and Its Affinities, [MoMA Exh. # 1122, March 24-June 1, 1976; C/E 1976]. John Elderfield

II.A.702* “No Title”

The “Wild Beasts”: Fauvism and Its Affinities, [MoMA Exh. # 1122, March 24-June 1, 1976; C/E 1976]. John Elderfield

II.A.703 “Projects: William Wiley through May 16, 1976”

Projects: William Wiley, [MoMA Exh. # 1125, April 5-May 16, 1976]. Bernice Rose

II.A.704 “Clippings: Video at MoMA, General & Pre-1982”

—May 1976-May 1982

II.A.705 “Photography: Recent Acquisitions May 6-July 13, 1976”

Recent Acquisitions: Photography, [MoMA Exh. # 1130. May 6-July 18, 1976]. Dennis Longwell

II.A.706 “American Film Comedy May 13-June 11, 1976”

—Film Series: American Film Comedy, May 13, 1976-Jan. 4, 1977]. Leonard Maltin

II.A.707 “William Eggleston Color Photographs May 25-Aug. 31, 1976”

William Eggleston, [MoMA Exh. # 1133, May 24-Aug. 1, 1976; C/E 1976-77]. John Szarkowski

II.A.708 “André Masson June 3-Aug. 17, 1976”

André Masson, [MoMA Exh. # 1135, June 2-Aug. 17, 1976]. William S. Rubin

II.A.709 “Luis Barragán 6/4-9/1/1976”

Architecture of Luis Barragán, [MoMA Exh. # 1136, June 4-Sept. 1, 1976]. Emilio Ambasz

II.A.710 “The Architecture of Luis Barragán, June 4-Sept. 7 1976”

Architecture of Luis Barragán, [MoMA Exh. # 1136, June 4-Sept. 1, 1976]. Emilio Ambasz

II.A.711 “Museum of Modern Art Summergarden 1976”

—Summergarden at MoMA, June 4-Sept. 19, 1976

II.A.712 “Taxi Project”

The Taxi Project: Realistic Solutions for Today, [MoMA Exh. # 1137, June 16-Sept. 7, 1976]. Emilio Ambasz

II.A.713* “The Taxi Project 1976”

The Taxi Project: Realistic Solutions for Today, [MoMA Exh. # 1137, June 16-Sept. 7, 1976]. Emilio Ambasz

II.A.714 “The Taxi Project: Realistic Solutions for Today”

The Taxi Project: Realistic Solutions for Today, [MoMA Exh. # 1137, June 16-Sept. 7, 1976]. Emilio Ambasz

II.A.715 “Taxi Show 1976 Press A&D”

The Taxi Project: Realistic Solutions for Today, [MoMA Exh. # 1137, June 16-Sept. 7, 1976]. Emilio Ambasz

II.A.716 “Nick Nixon 1976”

Longer Views: 40 Photographs by Nicholas Nixon, [MoMA Exh. # 1141, July 22-Oct. 3, 1976; C/E 1976]. John Szarkowski

II.A.717 “Projects: 76 Ernest Red Hallen: Panama Canal”

Projects: Panama Canal, [MoMA Exh. # 1142, Aug. 9-Oct. 3, 1976]. Dennis Longwell

II.A.718 “Between World Wars 76”

Between World Wars: Drawing in Europe and America, [MoMA Exh. # 1143, Aug. 20-Nov. 14, 1976]. William S. Lieberman

II.A.719 “Rodin and Balzac 76”

Rodin and Balzac, [MoMA Exh. # 1146, Sept. 20-Nov. 18, 1976; C/E 1976]. Alicia Legg

II.A.720 “Natural Paradise 1976”

The Natural Paradise: Painting in America 1800 - 1950, [MoMA Exh. # 1148, Sept. 29-Nov. 30, 1976; C/E 1976]. Kynaston McShine

II.A.721* “The Natural Paradise: Painting in America 1800-1950 1976”

The Natural Paradise: Painting in America 1800 - 1950, [MoMA Exh. # 1148, Sept. 29-Nov. 30, 1976; C/E 1976]. Kynaston McShine

II.A.722 “Stephen Shore 1976”

Photographs by Stephen Shore, [MoMA Exh. # 1150, Oct. 8, 1976-Jan. 4, 1977; C/E 1976-77]. Maria Morris

II.A.723 “Film Showings, General, Through 1978”

—Nov. 17, 1976-Sept. 3, 1979

II.A.724 “Harry Callahan”

Harry Callahan, [MoMA Exh. # 1158, Dec. 2, 1976-Feb. 8, 1977; C/E 1976-78]. John Szarkowski

II.A.725* “Harry Callahan 1976”

Harry Callahan, [MoMA Exh. # 1158, Dec. 2, 1976-Feb. 8, 1977; C/E 1976-78]. John Szarkowski

II.A.726 “Swiss Masters Show `76-77”

European Master Paintings from Swiss Collections, [MoMA Exh. # 1160, Dec. 17, 1976-March 1, 1977]. John Elderfield

II.A.727* “European Master Paintings from Swiss Collections 1976”

European Master Paintings from Swiss Collections, [MoMA Exh. # 1160, Dec. 17, 1976-March 1, 1977]. John Elderfield

II.A.728 “General, 1977”

—1977

II.A.729 “Museum: 1980s 1. General, 1983”

—1977-1984

II.A.730 “Tina Modotti 1977”

Tina Modotti, [MoMA Exh. # 1161, Jan. 10-April 5, 1977; C/E 1977]. John Szarkowski

II.A.731 “Clippings-Italian Filmmakers 1977”

—Mauro Bolognini, Jan. 19-Jan. 23, 1977]. Marco Miele, Director, Italian Cultural Institute

II.A.732 “Film Clippings-Sjostrom, Stiller, & Contemporaries”

—Film Series: Sjöström, Stiller, & Contemporaries, Feb. 3-April 8, 1977]. Victor Sjöström, Mauritz Stiller, and Adrienne Mancia

II.A.733 “Exhibitions: Mies Van Der Rohe: Furniture and Design [MoMA Exh. March 1977”

Mies van der Rohe: Furniture and Drawings, [MoMA Exh. # 1165, March 3-May 3, 1977; C/E 1977]. Ludwig Glaeser

II.A.734* “Mies Van Der Rohe: Furniture and Drawings 1977”

Mies van der Rohe: Furniture and Drawings, [MoMA Exh. # 1165, March 3-May 3, 1977; C/E 1977]. Ludwig Glaeser

II.A.735 “Clippings-Fred Williams 77”

Fred Williams: Landscapes of a Continent, [MoMA Exh. # 1166, March 10-May 8, 1977]. William S. Lieberman

II.A.736 “Matisse Swimming Pool Acquired 1976”

Matisse: The Swimming Pool, [MoMA Exh. # 1167, March 11-Aug. 1, 1977

II.A.737 “Clippings-Rauschenburg 77”

Robert Rauschenburg, [MoMA Exh. # 1170, March 25-May 17, 1977; C/E 1977]. Kynaston McShine

II.A.738 “Wall Hangings 77”

Wall Hangings: The New Classicism, [MoMA Exh. # 1171, April 8-July 17, 1977; C/E 1977]. J. Stewart Johnson, Director; Artists: Madeline Bosscher, Kris Dey, Nancy Guay, Richard Landis, Ed Rossbach

II.A.739 “Wall Hangings”

Wall Hangings: The New Classicism, [MoMA Exh. # 1171, April 8-July 17, 1977; C/E 1977]. J. Stewart Johnson, Director; Artists: Madeline Bosscher, Kris Dey, Nancy Guay, Richard Landis, Ed Rossbach

II.A.740 “Courthouse Photography: 1977”

Courthouse, [MoMA Exh. # 1172, April 12-July 10, 1977; C/E 1977]. John Szarkowski

II.A.741 “Museum of Modern Art Summergarden 1977”

—Summergarden at MoMA, June 3-Oct. 2, 1977

II.A.742 “Impresario- Ambroise Vollard June 9-Sept. 6: 1977”

Impresario: Ambroise Vollard, [MoMA Exh. # 1175, June 6-Sept. 6, 1977; C/E 1977-78]. Riva Castleman

II.A.743* “Impresario-Ambroise Vollard 1977”

Impresario: Ambroise Vollard, [MoMA Exh. # 1175, June 6-Sept. 6, 1977; C/E 1977-78]. Riva Castleman

II.A.744 “Universal Pictures: 65 Years 1977”

—Film Series: Universal Pictures: 65 Years, June 9, 1977-Jan. 28, 1978 with Universal Film Stills, [MoMA Exh. # 1177, June 9, 1977-Jan. 12, 1978]. Adrienne Mancia and Laurence Kardish

II.A.745 “Clippings-References to Past Exhibits and Perm Collection”

—June 11, 1977-Jan. 23, 1985

II.A.746 “Michael Vessa: Nov. 1977”

Projects: Michael Vessa, [MoMA Exh. # 1178, July 12-Aug. 22, 1977]. Alexandra Schwartz

II.A.747 “Chauncey Hare 1977”

Photographs by Chauncey Hare, [MoMA Exh. # 1179, July 18-Oct. 22, 1977; C/E 1977]. John Szarkowski

II.A.748 “Cézanne 77 Foreign Articles”

Cézanne: The Late Work, [MoMA Exh. # 1188, Oct. 7, 1977-Jan. 3, 1978]. William S. Rubin, John Rewald, Theodore Reff

II.A.749 “Clippings-Cézanne 77”

Cézanne: The Late Work, [MoMA Exh. # 1188, Oct. 7, 1977-Jan. 3, 1978]. William S. Rubin, John Rewald, Theodore Reff

II.A.750 “No Title”

Cézanne: The Late Work, [MoMA Exh. # 1188, Oct. 7, 1977-Jan. 3, 1978]. William S. Rubin, John Rewald, Theodore Reff

II.A.751* “Cézanne: The Late Works 1977”

Cézanne: The Late Work, [MoMA Exh. # 1188, Oct. 7, 1977-Jan. 3, 1978]. William S. Rubin, John Rewald, Theodore Reff

II.A.752 “Garry Winogrand”

Public Relations: Garry Winogrand, [MoMA Exh. # 1190, Oct. 18-Dec. 11, 1977; C/E 1977-79]. Tod Papageorge

II.A.753 “Jean Arp: `Arp on Paper'-1978”

Arp on Paper, [MoMA Exh. # 1194, Dec. 15, 1977-March 5, 1978; C/E 1978-79]. Bernice Rose

II.A.754 “Exhibitions: Alice Aycock Projects `Studies for a Town' 1978”

Projects: Alice Aycock, [MoMA Exh. # 1195, Dec. 19, 1977-Feb. 5, 1978]. Cora Rosevear

II.A.755 “New Directors/New Films 1978”
II.A.756 “Venice Biennale 1978”

—Venice Biennale

II.A.757 “General, 1978”

—1978

II.A.758 “Le Corbusier: Architectural Drawings Jan. 20-March 26, 1978”

Le Corbusier: Architectural Drawings, [MoMA Exh. # 1196, Jan. 20-March 26, 1978]. Arthur Drexler

II.A.759 “Clippings: Film Lectures, General, 1978-80”

—Jan. 25, 1978-Feb. 11, 1980

II.A.760 “Senegal: 15 Years of an African Cinema: 1962-77 Jan. 26-Feb. 27, 1978”

—Senegal: Fifteen Years of an African Cinema, Jan. 26-Feb. 27, 1978]. Laurence Kardish

II.A.761 “Joris Ivens: Documentaries Show in China 1978”

—Joris Ivens Twelve Hour Study on China Today, Jan. 30-Feb. 6, 1978]. Ted Perry and William Sloan, N.Y. Public Library

II.A.762 “Clippings-Sol LeWitt P&S”

Sol LeWitt, [MoMA Exh. # 1197, Feb. 3-April 4, 1978; C/E 1978-79]. Alicia Legg

II.A.763* “Sol LeWitt 1978”

Sol LeWitt, [MoMA Exh. # 1197, Feb. 3-April 4, 1978; C/E 1978-79]. Alicia Legg

II.A.764 “Film Clippings, General, 1978”

—Feb. 6-Nov. 6, 1978

II.A.765 “Steichen: The Master Prints: 1895-1914 Feb. 13-March 28, 1978”

Steichen: The Master Prints 1895-1914, [MoMA Exh. # 1200, Feb. 14-March 28, 1978]. Dennis Longwell

II.A.766 “Mexican Art 1978”

Mexican Art, [MoMA Exh. # 1204, March 16-July 2, 1978; C/E 1978-79]. William S. Lieberman

II.A.767 “Clippings-Museum events”

—March 16, 1978-Dec. 1982

II.A.768 “Clippings Projects: Reeva Potoff”

Projects: Reeva Potoff, [MoMA Exh. # 1205, April 3-May 21, 1978]. Carolyn Lanchner

II.A.769 “Clippings-Chagal 78”

Nine Windows by Chagall, [MoMA Exh. # 1207, April 13-May 30, 1978]. William S. Lieberman

II.A.770 “Clippings: Avnet Collection Treasury of Modern Drawing 1978”

A Treasury of Modern Drawing: The Joan and Lester Avnet Collection, [MoMA Exh. # 1210, April 28-July 4, 1978; ICE-F-184-78]. William S. Lieberman

II.A.771 “Architecture Clippings: General 1978-1979”

—May 1978-Dec. 1979

II.A.772 “Jerry Dantzic & the Cirkut Camera May 9-July 30, 1978”

Jerry Dantzic and the Cirkut Camera, [MoMA Exh. # 1212, May 9-July 30, 1978; C/E R-50, 1978-79]. John Szarkowski

II.A.773 “Designed for Film 1978”

—Film Series: Designed for Film: The Hollywood Art Director, May 11-Sept. 26, 1978, with Designed for Film: The Hollywood Art Director, [MoMA Exh. # 1213, May 11-Sept. 26, 1978]. Mary Corliss

II.A.774 “Clippings-Cinema Quebecois 1978”

—Film Series: Cinema Quebeçois, June 1-June 29, 1978]. Laurence Kardish

II.A.775 “Film: Cinema Quebecois, 1972-78”

—Film Series: Cinema Quebeçois, June 1-June 29, 1978]. Laurence Kardish

II.A.776 “Museum of Modern Art Summergarden 1978”

—Summergarden at MoMA, June 2-Sept. 3, 1978

II.A.777 “Jim Dine's Etchings C/E, June 5-Sept. 5, 1978”

Jim Dine's Etchings, [MoMA Exh. # 1215, June 6-Sept. 5, 1978; C/E R-57, 1979]. Riva Castleman

II.A.778 “Lost and Found Series July 1978”

—Lost & Found, June 24-Aug. 12, 1978]. Eileen Bowser

II.A.779 “Film-Henry King Retrospective June 1978”

—Henry King, June 29-Aug. 15, 1978]. Mary Corliss

II.A.780 “Henry King Retrospective July 1978”

—Henry King, June 29-Aug. 15, 1978]. Mary Corliss

II.A.781 “Architecture: Gunnar Asplund Clippings June 30-Sept. 10, 1978”

The Architecture of Gunnar Asplund, [MoMA Exh. # 1218, June 30-Oct. 1, 1978; C/E 1978]. Stuart Wrede

II.A.782 “Artists and Writers-1978”

Artists and Writers, [MoMA Exh. # 1219, July 10-Sept. 24, 1978; C/E 1978]. William S. Lieberman

II.A.783 “Mirrors and Windows 1978”

Mirrors and Windows: American Photography Since 1960, [MoMA Exh. # 1221, July 26-Oct. 2, 1978; ICE-F-185-79]. John Szarkowski

II.A.784 “Clippings-Tex Avery Films 1978”

—Salute to Tex Avery, July 27-Aug. 1, 1978]. Greg Ford

II.A.785 “Clippings-Sinsabaugh”

Art Sinsabaugh: Landscapes, [MoMA Exh. # 1222, Aug. 7-Oct. 31, 1978; C/E 1978]. John Szarkowski

II.A.786 “Re-view: American Movies 1975-77 Aug. 1978”

—Film Series: Re-View: American Movies 1975-1977, Aug. 17-Sept. 21, 1978]. Department of Film

II.A.787 “Revolution: Russian Avant-Garde, 1912-1930 Nov. 1978”

Russian: The Avant Garde, [MoMA Exh. # 1232, Oct. 12, 1978-Jan. 2, 1979]. Magdalena Dabrowski

II.A.788 “The Architecture of Sir Edwin Landseer Lutyens, 1978/79”

The Architecture of Sir Edwin Landseer Lutyens, [MoMA Exh. # 1233, Oct. 13, 1978-Jan. 7, 1979; C/E R-63, 1979]. Allan Greenberg

II.A.789 “Matisse”

Matisse in the Collection of the Museum of Modern Art, [MoMA Exh. # 1235, Oct. 25, 1978-Jan. 30, 1979]. John Elderfield

II.A.790* “Matisse in the Collection of The Museum of Modern Art Oct. 27, 1978-Jan. 30, 1979”

Matisse in the Collection of the Museum of Modern Art, [MoMA Exh. # 1235, Oct. 27, 1978-Jan. 30, 1979]. John Elderfield

II.A.791 “Clippings: Frank Gohlke Nov. 4, 1978”

Grain Elevators: Photographs by Frank Gohlke, [MoMA Exh. # 1237, Nov. 7, 1978-Feb. 4, 1979; C/E 1979-80]. John Szarkowski

II.A.792 “Mickey Mouse's 50th Birthday Retrospective, Nov. 1978”

—Film Series: Happy Birthday, Mickey Mouse!, Nov. 25-Dec. 17, 1978]. Department of Film

II.A.793 “Clippings: Paperworks by Ellsworth Kelly Dec. 1, 1978”

Paperworks by Ellsworth Kelly, [MoMA Exh. # 1240, Nov. 30, 1978-Jan. 30, 1979]. Riva Castleman

II.A.794 “Clippings: 20 Gifts in Honor of Myron Orlofsky Dec. 1978”

20 Gifts in Honor of Myron Orlofsky, [MoMA Exh. # 1241, Dec. 1, 1978-Jan. 9, 1979]. Lisa M. Messinger

II.A.795 “Rediscovering RKO”

—Film Series: Rediscovering RKO, Dec. 21, 1978-May 14, 1979, with Rediscovering RKO, [MoMA Exh. # 1242, Dec. 14, 1978-July 10, 1979]. Adrienne Mancia and Laurence Kardish

II.A.796 “Clippings: MoMA's 50th Anniversary 1979 11-7-79”
II.A.797* “50th Anniversary 1979-1980”
II.A.798 “General, 1979-1980”

—1979-1980

II.A.799 “Clippings: Paul Klee Centennial: Prints & Transfer Drawings Jan. 1979”

Paul Klee Centennial: Prints and Transfer Drawings, [MoMA Exh. # 1244, Jan. 8-April 3, 1979]. Howardena Pindell

II.A.800 “Clippings: Jackie Winsor Exhibition Jan. 1979”

Jackie Winsor, [MoMA Exh # 1245, Jan. 12-March 6, 1979; C/E 1979]. Kynaston McShine

II.A.801 “Anne Ryan: The Intimate Collages Jan. 1979”

Anne Ryan: The Intimate Collages, [MoMA Exh. # 1246, Jan. 16-March 6, 1979]. Lisa M. Messinger

II.A.802 “Film Clippings, General, 1979”

—Jan. 25, 1979-June 1980

II.A.803 “Robert Adams' Prairie Photographs Feb.-May 1979”

Prairie: Photographs by Robert Adams, [MoMA Exh. # 1249, Feb. 9-May 1, 1979; C/E 1979

II.A.804 “Transformations in Modern Architecture Feb. 23-April 24, 1979”

Transformations in Modern Architecture, [MoMA Exh. # 1250, Feb. 23-April 24, 1979]. Arthur Drexler

II.A.805* “Transformations in Modern Architecture Feb. 23-April 24, 1979”

Transformations in Modern Architecture, [MoMA Exh. # 1250, Feb. 21-April 24, 1979]. Arthur Drexler

II.A.806 “Architecture: Gaetano Pesce: Project for a Skyscraper, April 1979”

Gaetano Pesce: Project for a Skyscraper, [MoMA Exh. # 1252, March 2-April 10, 1979

II.A.807 “ `Looking at Film' Series March 14-April 7, 1979”

—Film Series: Looking at Film, March 14-April 7, 1979

II.A.808 “Clippings: Edvard Munch Exhibition March 15-April 24, 1979”

The Masterworks of Edvard Munch, [MoMA Exh. # 1254, March 15-April 24, 1979; C/E 1979]. John Elderfield

II.A.809 “Photography Projects: Martin Chambi & Edward Ranney March 23-May 3, 1979”

Projects: Martin Chambi and Edward Ranney, [MoMA Exh. # 1256, March 23-May 3, 1979]. Betsy Jablow

II.A.810 “New Directors/New Films 1979”

—Film Series: New Directors/New Films, April 6, 1979-April 11, 1980

II.A.811* “MoMa Wins an Oscar April 10, 1979”

—Film Event: MoMA Wins an Oscar, April 9, 1979

II.A.812 “MoMA's Oscar-1979”

—Film Event: MoMA Wins an Oscar April 9, 1979

II.A.813 “Clippings: Hockney: The Blue Guitar. Rivers: The Donkey & the Darling. May 1979”

David Hockney: The Blue Guitar, [MoMA Exh. # 1257, April 10-July 10, 1979
Larry Rivers/Terry Southern: The Donkey and the Darling, [MoMA Exh. # 1258, April 10-July 10, 1979; C/E 1979]. Alexandra Schwartz

II.A.814 “Film: Woody Allen General 1979”

—April 30-Aug. 10, 1979

II.A.815 “19th Century Photographs from the Arnold H. Crane Collection May 7-July 29, 1979”

Arnold Crane Collection, [MoMA Exh. # 1261, May 7-July 29, 1979; C/E 1979]. Betsy Jablow

II.A.816 “Traveling Exhibitions: Sculptors' Drawings”

Sculptors' Drawings, [MoMA Exh. # 1263, May 18-June 6, 1979; C/E R-91

II.A.817 “Clippings: Contemporary Sculpture: Selections from the Collection of MoMA May 1979”

Contemporary Sculpture form the Collection, [MoMA Exh. # 1262, May 18-Aug. 7, 1979]. Kynaston McShine

II.A.818* “Contemporary Sculpture: Selections From the Collections of the Museum of Modern Art May 18-Aug. 7, 1979”

Contemporary Sculpture Selections From the Collection, [MoMA Exh. # 1262, May 18-Aug. 7, 1979]. Kynaston McShine

II.A.819 “Museum of Modern Art Summergarden 1979”

—Summergarden at MoMA, June 1-Sept. 2, 1979

II.A.820 “Architectural Projects by Roger Ferri and Allan Greenberg June 2-July 15, 1979”

Architectural Projects by Roger Ferri and Allan Greenberg, [MoMA Exh. # 1265, June 2-July 15, 1979

II.A.821 “Clippings: Spring Garden Party at MoMA June 6, 1979”

—Party in the Garden at MoMA, June 6, 1979

II.A.822 “Mary Pickford Film Festival”

—Mary Pickford, June 14-June 24, 1979]. Adrienne Mancia

II.A.823 “Film: Les Blank Retrospective”

—Film Series: Les Blank Retrospective, June 25-July 9, 1979]. Laurence Kardish

II.A.824 “Design: Charles Rennie Mackintosh Clippings-General”

—Purchase of Mackintosh desk July 13, 1979

II.A.825 “Film: American International Pictures July 1979”

—Film Series: American International Pictures, July 26-Aug. 28, 1979, with American International Pictures, [MoMA Exh. # 1270, July 16-Sept. 4, 1979]. Adrienne Mancia

II.A.826 “Remembered Laughter: The Great Screen Comics July 23-Aug. 11, 1979”

—Film Series: Remembered Laughter: The Great Screen Comics, July 23-Aug. 11, 1979]. Stephen Harvey

II.A.827 “Traveling Exhibitions: Rouault-Miserere 1979”

—July 25-Oct. 14, 1979; C/E 1979]. Riva Castleman

II.A.828 “Recent Acquisitions: Architecture & Design Aug. 4-Sept. 30, 1979”

Recent Acquisitions: Architecture and Design, [MoMA Exh. # 1271, Aug. 4-Sept. 30, 1979]. J. Stewart Johnson

II.A.829 “Soviet Cinema Series 1979”

—Film Series: Soviet Cinema, Aug. 6-Sept. 11, 1979]. Eileen Bowser and Laurence Kardish

II.A.830 “Larry Fink: Photographs Aug. 6-Oct. 30, 1979”

Larry Fink, [MoMA Exh. # 1268, Aug. 6-Oct. 30, 1979; C/E 1979]. Susan Kismaric

II.A.831 “Video: Projects XXVIII Sept. 4-10, 1979”

Projects: Video XXVIII, [MoMA Exh. # 1269, Aug. 7-Sept. 18, 1979 and Projects: Video XXIX, [MoMA Exh. 1274a, Sept. 20-Nov. 6, 1979]. Barbara London

II.A.832 “Gifts of Drawing Exhibition Aug. 1979”

Gifts of Drawing, [MoMA Exh. # 1267, Aug. 9-Nov. 13, 1979; C/E 1979]. William S. Lieberman

II.A.833 “Clippings: Patrick Henry Bruce Exhibition Aug. 1979”

Patrick Henry Bruce, [MoMA Exh. # 1272, Aug. 22-Oct. 21, 1979; C/E 1979-80]. John Elderfield

II.A.834* “Patrick Henry Bruce Exhibition Aug. 22-Oct. 10, 1979”

Patrick Henry Bruce, [MoMA Exh. # 1272, Aug. 22-Oct. 21, 1979; C/E 1979-80]. William C. Agee and Barbara Rose

II.A.835 “Ansel Adams & the West through Oct. 28, 1979”

Ansel Adams and the West, [MoMA Exh. # 1273, Sept. 5-Oct. 28, 1979]. John Szarkowski

II.A.836* “Ansel Adams and the West Sept. 8-Oct. 28, 1979”

Ansel Adams and the West, [MoMA Exh. # 1273, Sept. 5-Oct. 28, 1979]. John Szarkowski

II.A.837 “Fernando de Fuentes Retrospective”

—Film Series: Fernando de Fuentes, Sept. 13-Oct. 4, 1979]. Adrienne Mancia

II.A.838 “Film: Peter Ellenshaw: Special Effects Artist Sept. 15-Dec. 23, 1979”

—Film Series: Peter Ellenshaw: Special Effects Artist, Sept. 15-Dec. 23, 1979, with Peter Ellenshaw: Special Effects Artist, [MoMA Exh. # 1274, Sept. 17-Oct. 30, 1979]. Mary Corliss

II.A.839 “Liberty State Park Exhibition Nov. 1979”

Liberty State Park: The Master Plan, [MoMA Exh. # 1275, Oct. 12-Nov. 25, 1979; C/E 1979]. Arthur Drexler

II.A.840 “Hungarian Film Series”

—Film Series: Hungarian Cinema 1972-1979, Oct. 25-Nov. 26, 1979]. Adrienne Mancia

II.A.841 “In the Twenties: Portraits From the Photography Collection 11/79-1/80”

In the Twenties: Portraits from the Photography Collection, [MoMA Exh. # 1278, Nov. 11, 1979-March 16, 1980; C/E 1979-80]. Ingrid Sischy