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Museum of International Folk Art (N.M.)


Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

Cyber Arte Exhibit Collection

Identifier: AC 323-p
Scope and Content Collection consists of the Museum of New Mexico's correspondence, e-mail print-outs, memos, and press releases regarding the Cyber Arte exhibition, specifically "Our Lady" controversy, at the Museum of International Folk Art. Material covers 17 March 2001 through 24 April 2001. It does not include one-line communications that could not be copied by photocopier. Includes a statement by artist Alma Lopez on 4 April 2001, explaining her work.
Dates: 2001

Florence Dibell Bartlett Collection

Identifier: AC 308-p
Scope and Content Collection consists of legal documents pertaining to the establishment of the Museum of International Folk Art in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Dates: 1949-1954

J.O. Seth and Oliver Seth Papers

Identifier: AC05
Abstract The papers of J. O. Seth (1883-1963) and his son Oliver Seth (1915-1996), both of whom served on the Managing Board and the Executive Committee of the School of American Research.
Dates: 1947-1966

Records of the Press of the Palace of the Governors

Identifier: AC 278
Scope and Content The collection contains administrative and educational program records and production materials of the Palace print shop, from 1974 to 1997. Administrative records consist of correspondence, financial materials, and examples of shop sales and mail orders. Educational program include an annual book arts festival, exhibits, lectures, and printing workshops. Production materials for printing chiefly consist of samples; for projects initiated by the Press, the materials include manuscripts,...
Dates: 1974-1997

Tey Diana Rebolledo Papers

Identifier: MSS-783-BC
Abstract This collection contains material on Chicana art, literature, and poetry.
Dates: 1987-2005

W. Eugene Smith Portrait of John Gaw Meem

Identifier: PICT-2004-004
Abstract This collection contains one portrait of John Gaw Meem, architect, taken by photographer W. Eugene Smith at the Museum of International Folk Art in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Dates: 1940-1960