Artistic Homes of California, 1887-1890 located in San Jose and Oakland The individual photomechanical reproductions were published by Britton Rey between 1887 and 1890 as supplements to the San Francisco News Letter They were also issued collectively with the title Artistic Homes of California The Bancroft Library holds copies of this collection which are more complete than the present collection This collection includes the residences of R H Pease Charles Holbrook Charles Crocker Edward W Hopkins J C Flood Robert Sherwood L L Baker David N Walter James Cunningham James R Stetson William T Coleman Henry L Tatum Leland Stanford Charles M Chase M H de Young C T Ryland Charles Josselyn Thomas S Montgomery C H Maddox R I Bowie James V Coleman Wallace Everson Albert Brown Eugene Meyer Mrs John Conly Henry T Scott and W M Fries All but two of the photographs are labeled with the series name Artotype and numbered The last two photographs in the collection are from the New Artotype series and are dated 1890 The captions in the container listing are exact transcriptions of the information printed on each photograph Extent 27 photomechanical reproductions artotype 21 x 25 cm 27 digital objects Restrictions Copyright has not been
Guide to the Artists Collection,
ca. 1902-1939 PDF 55 09 Kb HTML Search this collection Entire Collection Guide Online Items Collection Overview Table of contents Description Summary Single items and small collections of letters by or about artists some catalogs and examples of their work Includes material on painters sculptors architects and photographers Extent 25 linear ft Restrictions Property rights reside with the repository Literary rights reside with the creators of the documents or their heirs To
Artists creating murals for the New York World's Fair [graphic] H Creator Contributor Askew Dick G Abstract Views of artists working on murals for the World s Fair of 1939 1940 held in New York Date 1937 1939 issued Subject New York World s Fair 1939 1940 New York N Y Pictorial works Mural painting and decoration 20th century Photographs Note Title supplied by cataloger Photographed by Louis H Dreyer Dick G Askew and possibly others Transferred from the Ernest
Finding Aid to the Artists' Exhibition Catalog Collection, 1918-2004 (bulk circa 1950-1970) origin are well represented through catalogs that were provided to the Library through the Library of Congress PL480 Program Many of the catalogs were published to accompany exhibitions held in galleries located in major art centers worldwide such as New York Chicago San Francisco Paris London Milan Montréal Munich Amsterdam to name a few Information contained in the catalogs often includes a portrait of the artist education chronology catalog of works works in private collections awards one man shows exhibitions group exhibitions and bibliography Exhibition checklist and pricelist sheets are included in many of the catalogs This collection was originally a part of an Artists Files Collection housed in vertical files in the Art History Classics Library 1979 1996 The catalogs originated from a variety of campus sources from within various units within the University of California Berkeley including the former University Art Museum Department of Decorative Arts Art Department and University Library Extent 720 linear feet Restrictions Materials in this collection may be protected by U S Copyright Law Title 17 U S C Transmission or reproduction of materials protected by copyright beyond that allowed by fair use requires the written permission of the copyright owners Works not in
Guide to the Britton and Rey, Lithographers. Artotypes : Artistic homes of California [chiefly San Francisco], published in
San Francisco Newsletter and Advertiser, 1887-1902 contents Description The collection includes artotypes of business blocks street views churches schools hotels bird s eye views and other public buildings such as an old people s home a bath a store and athletic club in San Francisco Other cities are also represented though with far fewer illustrations including San Jose San Rafael Oakland Berkeley Alameda and Santa Cruz Extent 5 linear feet ca 300 prints Restrictions Property rights
School of the Arts and Architecture. Administrative files.
1953-1998. Record Series 777 No online items Request items Contact UCLA Library Special Collections University Archives View entire collection guide PDF 62 78 Kb HTML Search this collection Entire Collection Guide Online Items Collection Overview Table of contents Description Record Series 777 contains the administrative files of UCLA s College of Fine Arts 1960 1990 the School of the Arts 1990 1995 and the School of the Arts and Architecture 1995 Files include academic affirmative action plans correspondence grant proposals and applications and planning documents Background In 1939 UCLA established the College of Applied Arts which included two curricula leading to a Bachelor of Arts degree the Department of Art and the Department of Music Extent 3 8 linear ft 3 cartons and 2 boxes Restrictions Copyright of portions of this collection is held by The Regents of the University of California The UCLA University Archives can grant permission to publish for materials to which it holds the copyright All requests for permission to publish or quote must be submitted in writing to the UCLA University Archivist Availability COLLECTION STORED OFF SITE AT SRLF Open for research Advance notice required for access Contact the UCLA Library Special Collections Reference Desk for
School of the Arts and Architecture. Public Information Office. Administrative files.
1959-1997. Administrative files 1959 1997 University Archives Record Series 613 No online items Request items Contact UCLA Library Special Collections University Archives View entire collection guide PDF 117 39 Kb HTML Search this collection Entire Collection Guide Online Items Collection Overview Table of contents Description Record Series 613 contains administrative files generated by the Public Information Office of the School of the Arts and Architecture at the University of California Los Angeles Background In 1939 UCLA established the College of Applied Arts which included two curricula leading to a Bachelor of Arts degree the Department of Art and the Department of Music Extent 37 2 linear ft 93 boxes Restrictions Property rights to the physical object belong to the UCLA Library Special Collections Literary rights including copyright are retained by the creators and their heirs It is the responsibility of the researcher to determine who holds the copyright and pursue the copyright owner or his or her heir for permission to publish where The UC Regents do not hold the copyright Availability COLLECTION STORED OFF SITE AT SRLF Open for research Advance notice required for access Contact the UCLA Library Special Collections Reference Desk for paging information Collection Overview Collection Details
School of the Arts and Architecture. Special Projects. Event files of Etsu Garfias.
1990-1997. s School of the Arts and Architecture Files regard such events as Vision Festival End of the Year Screening International Ballad conference Mexican Art Series Kraton and UCLA Commencement Files also include documentation of holiday events symposiums calendars brochures cards and other events and event related materials Extent 6 4 linear ft 16 boxes Restrictions Copyright of portions of this collection has been assigned to The Regents of the University