The following is a list of collections held by the MoMA Archives.

If the desired collection is known, researchers may click on a collection’s title to access its finding aid. Finding aids serve to assist the researcher in requesting items from the collection by providing a summary of a collection’s history and arrangement, information about its creator, and an inventory of its contents.

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Administrative Records and Papers

Records of Outside Organizations and Individuals

Unprocessed Records

  • Gordon Bunshaft Papers

  • International Study Center Records, 1960–1980

  • Mark Lombardi Card Archive, ca. 1990–2000

  • Department of Painting and Sculpture High and Low Ephemera

  • William S. Rubin Papers, 1973–1997

  • Something Else Press Collection

  • Department of Special Events Invitations, 1955–1979

  • Theater Posters

  • Department of Visitor Services Brochures, 1984–Present

Restricted Records

  • Bank Books, 1934–1981

  • Cashier’s Safe Records, 1929–1977

  • Committee Minutes, 1931–1986

  • Sue B. Dorn Papers: Department of Development and Public Affairs, 1987–1994

  • General Counsel Documents

  • Porter McCray Papers

  • MoMA Archival Survey

  • Trustee Minutes, 1929–Present

Collections Promised to the MoMA Archives

The Paul Rosenberg Archives, 1905–2000
Please note that this collection is a promised gift and not held within the Museum. For access to the papers, please use the finding aid to select the relevant folders and then contact The Museum of Modern Art Archives via our contact form. The MoMA Archives will then forward the request for access to Mrs. Elaine Rosenberg for response. Access to the papers is provided at the office of Mrs. Rosenberg, located at 20 East Seventy-ninth Street, Manhattan.