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Biographical Note

Scope and Contents of the Collection

Arrangement of the Collection


Index Terms

Related Material

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Series 1: Women Artists - by Names (A to Z)

Series 2: Women Artists - Subject Groupings

Series 3: Anne Whitney Material

Series 4: Meléndez - Dissertation Research

Series 5: Classes and Seminars

Series 6: History of Art - General

Series 7: Spanish and Latin American Art

Series 8: Tufts - Personal

Series 9: Catalogs, Magazines, Journals and Misc. Books

"American Women Artists, 1830-1930"

Series 11: Travel Logs

Series 12: Museums and Galleries

Series 13: Tufts - Professional

Series 14: Oversized Material (16x20 box)

Southern Methodist University

Eleanor Tufts papers, 1927-1991:

A Guide to the Collection


Creator: Tufts, Eleanor.
Title: Eleanor Tufts papers
Dates: 1927-1991
Dates (Bulk): 1970-1988
Abstract: Eleanor Tufts was an internationally recognized authority on women artists, as well as a noted art historian, lecturer, and author. She joined the Southern Methodist University Art History Department in 1974 and was instrumental in the opening of the National Museum for Women in the Arts. The collection primarily reflects her professional life, but it also includes some personal items. Her papers consist of biographical data, correspondence, professional material, essays, articles, student papers, and manuscripts covering the years between 1927 and 1991, with the bulk of the materials from 1970-1988. The majority of the material focuses on Dr. Tufts' research in her areas of expertise: women artists, Luis Meléndez and other Spanish artists.
Accession No: SMU 2005.0366 and SMU 2005.0366x
Extent: 45 boxes, including 1 oversize box (45 linear feet)
Language: Material is primarily in English with some research findings in French, Italian, Spanish, and Dutch.
Repository Southern Methodist University Archives, DeGolyer Library, Southern Methodist University

Biographical Note

Eleanor Tufts

Eleanor Tufts was born in 1927 in Exeter, New Hampshire. She obtained a bachelor's degree from Simmons College in 1949, a master's degree from Harvard University in 1957, and a doctorate from the Institute of Fine Arts at New York University in 1971.

Dr. Tufts' interest in art and its history was sparked during her travels as a tour director conducting the summer foreign tours for Simmons University in Boston after her graduation.

Dr. Tufts' teaching career included periods at Boston University, the University of Bridgeport, Southern Connecticut State College, and finally, Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas. Dr. Tufts joined the Meadows School at SMU in 1974. She served as head of the division of fine arts from 1974 to 1978. Through her leadership the art history department included a women's studies component that continues to be an important part of the curriculum. Dr. Tufts also served as president of the SMU Faculty Senate.

Among her regional, national, and international achievements, Tufts served as a trustee of the Dallas Museum of Art, chair of the Fulbright Commission's Art History Committee, and board member of the International Institute in Madrid. As director of development for the Council on International Educational Exchange from 1957-60, she organized the first U.S. - U.S.S.R. summer student exchanges.

Dr. Tufts was the curator of "American Women Artists, 1830-1930," the exhibition that opened the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington, D.C., and toured the United States.

Dr. Tufts wrote five books and numerous articles and reviews. Her book, Our Hidden Heritage: Five Centuries of Women Artists (1974), was the first work in modern times on women artists. In it she documented the lives of 22 women artists from the 16th to the 20th century and examined how each of them became involved in art. She was also the author of American Women Artists: A Selected Bibliographic Guide and Luis Meléndez, Eighteenth-Century Master of the Spanish Still Life.

She was often sought out as a speaker for national and international conferences. In 1979 she presented papers on women artists to the International Congress of Art History in Bologna, Italy. That same year she spoke at the Arizona Women's Caucus for Art.

Dr. Tufts was honored extensively throughout her career. In 1980, she was the only art historian chosen by the State Department to attend the First International Festival of Women Artists in Copenhagen. She was named the 1991 recipient of the SMU Alumni Association Award for Faculty Excellence. She was listed in the World's Who's Who of Women. She received the Award for Outstanding Achievement in Art History, Women's Caucus for Art, Annual National Conference; the "Women Helping Women" Award of the Dallas Women's Center; the Alumnae Achievement Award from Simmons College; the Pan-Hellenic and Interfraternity Council Achievement Award at SMU; and the "M" Award, the University's most prestigious award for outstanding service.

Eleanor Tufts died in December 1991 and left a scholastic legacy. The American Society for Hispanic Art Historical Studies awards an annual Eleanor Tufts Award for outstanding English language publication. Also, SMU has an Eleanor Tufts Distinguished Visiting Professorship.

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Scope and Contents of the Collection

The collection consists of 45 boxes which include Dr. Tufts' professional and personal research.

The Eleanor Tufts papers consist of biographical data, images, correspondence, professional material, essays, articles, reports, manuscripts, and artist catalogues covering the years between 1927 and 1991, with the bulk of the materials from 1970-1988. The collection illustrates the career of a prominent feminist art historian and professor at Southern Methodist University.

The majority (70%) of this collection is Dr. Tufts' research notes.

Included is Dr. Tufts' dissertation on Luis Meléndez. Also included is a vast collection of research regarding women artists from the fifteenth to the twentieth century.

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Arrangement of the Collection

The collection is organized into 14 series:
Series 1: Women Artists - by Names (A to Z)
Series 2: Women Artists - Subject Groupings
Series 3: Anne Whitney Material
Series 4: Meléndez - Dissertation Research
Series 5: Classes and Seminars
Series 6: History of Art - General
Series 7: Spanish and Latin American Art
Series 8: Tufts - Personal
Series 9: Catalogs, Magazines, Journals and Misc. Books
Series 10: "American Women Artists, 1830-1930" Exhibition at National Museum of Women Artists
Series 11: Travel Logs
Series 12: Museums and Galleries
Series 13: Tufts - Professional
Series 14: Oversized Material

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Access to Collection:

Collection is open for research use.

Publication Rights:

Permission to publish materials must be obtained from the Director of the DeGolyer Library.

Copyright Statement:

It is the responsibility of the user to obtain copyright authorization.

Sensitive Material Statement:

Manuscript collections and archival records may contain materials with sensitive or confidential information that is protected under federal or state right to privacy laws and regulations. Researchers are advised that the disclosure of certain information pertaining to identifiable living individuals represented in this collection without the consent of those individuals may have legal ramifications for which DeGolyer Library assumes no responsibility.

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Index Terms

This collection is indexed under the following terms in the Southern Methodist University Libraries' online catalog. Researchers desiring related materials may search the catalog using these terms.
Tufts, Eleanor.
Meléndez, Luis, 1716-1780
Southern Methodist University --Faculty.
Art historians --United States.
Women art historians --United States.
Women artists.

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Related Materials

This is one of the collections in the Archives of Women of the Southwest.

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Eleanor Tufts papers, Southern Methodist University Archives, DeGolyer Library, Southern Methodist University

Acquisition Information

Gift, Dr. Alessandra Comini, 1991-1992.

The Eleanor Tufts papers were donated to the Southern Methodist University Library between 1991 and 1992 by Dr. Alessandra Comini.

Transfer, Hamon Library, 2005.

Processing Information

The papers of Dr. Tufts were stored for several years in Hamon Library in nine filing cabinets. In 2005, they were transferred to 45 record center cartons. Papers were streamlined into subject categories. Misfiled and unfiled papers were integrated into those subject categories. Duplicates were discarded. Funding for processing this collection was provided through a grant awarded by Alessandra Comini.

Processed by

Yvette Flores, 2005-2006

Encoded by

Lara Corazalla, 2006

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Detailed Description of the Collection

Series 1: Women Artists - by Names (A to Z)
11 boxes

1 Abakanowicz, Magdalena (1930- )
Abercrombie, Gertrude (1909-1977)
Abbott, Berenice (1898- )
Adams, Pat (1928- )
Albuquerque, Lita (1946- )
Alcott, May (1840-1879)
Alf, Martha (1928- )
Allen, Marion Boyd (1862-1941)
Ames, Blanche (1878-1969)
Ames, Sarah F. (1817-1901)
Ancher, Anna (1859-1935)
Anguisola, Sofanisba
Anguissola Articles
Anguissola - Comparative Material
Anguissola (Correspondence)
Anguissola Material from Gogner
Anguissola - Translated Material
Anthony, Carol (1943- )
Antin, Eleanor (1935- )
Appleberry, Ida (1929- )
Aronson, Sandra (1940- )
Audete, Anna Held
Austin, Amanda (1859-1917)
Aycock, Alice
Aylon, Helene
Baber, Alice (1928-1982)
Bacon, Peggy (1895-1987)
Baranceanu, Belle (1905-1988)
Barney, Alice Pike (1857-1931)
Bartlett, Jennifer (1941- )
Bashkirtseff, Marie (1860-1884)
Bauman, Leila T. (1884-1886)
Beale, Mary (1633-1699)
Beaux, Cecilia (1855-1942)
Beck, Rosemarie (1925- )
Beesley, Carol
Bell, Vanessa (1879-1961)
Benglis, Lynda (1941- )
Benoist, Marie-Guilhelmine (1768-1826)
Berend-Corinth, Charlotte (1880-1967)
Bernstein, Theresa (1890- )
Biggs, Electra Waggoner (1914- )
Bilinska-Bogdanowiczowa, Anna (1858-1893)
Bischoff, Isle
Bishop, Isabel (1902-1988)
Blaine, Nell
2 Blanchard, Maria (1881-1932)
Bliss, Anna (1925- )
Bonheur, Rosa (3 flds.)
Bonheur Painting (Our) "A Sheep at Rest"
Bontecou, Lee (1931- )
Botke, Jessie Arms (1883-1971)
Bougereau, Elizabeth Gardner (1837-1922)
Boulogne, Madeleine (1646-1710)
Bourgeois, Louise (1911- )
Bouzonnet, Stella Claudine (1636-1697)
Bradford, Katherine (1942- )
Brewster, Anna Richards (1870-1952)
Bricci, Plautilla (1475-1537)
Bridges, Fidelia (1834-1923)
Brisbine, Margaret M. (1901-1970)
Brodsky, Judith
Brooks, Romaine (1874-1970)
Brown, Joan (1938-1990)
Browne, Margaret Fitzhugh (1884-1972)
Browning, Colleen (1929- )
Brownscombe, Jeanie (1850-1936)
Buba, Joy Flinsch (1904-1998)
Burko, Diane (1945- )
Bush-Brown, Margaret Lesley (1857-1944)
Busiek, Mylie
Butler, Lady Elizabeth (née Thompson) (1850-1933)
Butterfield, Deborah (1949- )
Caffi, Margherita (1660-1700)
Callery, Mary (1903-1977)
Cantofoli, Ginevra (17th Century)
Cantoni, Caterina (?–1605)
Capomazzo, Luisa (?-1646)
Carlile, Joan (1606?-1679)
Carr, Emily (1871-1945)
Carriera, Rosalba (1675-1757)
Carreira Xerox Material
Carrington, Leonora (1917- )
Cassatt, Mary (1844-1926) (I and II)
Castanas, Muriel
Chambers, Nancy (1952- )
Chapman, Minerva (1858-1947)
Charpentier, Constance Marie (1767-1849)
Chase, Adelaide Cole (1868-1947)
Chase, Louisa (1951)
Chicago, Judy (1939- )
3 Citron, Minna (1896- )
Clark, Kate Freeman (1875-1957)
Clarke, Sarah (1808-1888)
Claudel, Camille (1864-1943)
Clausen, Franciska (1899-?)
Clements, Gabrielle (1858-1948)
Coe, Sue (1952- )
Colton, Mary-Russell Ferrell (1889-1971)
Cone, Claribel
Connell, Clyde (1901- )
Cook, Mariana (1951- )
Cosway, Maria (1759-1838)
Court, Suzanne de (1560-1627)
Crile, Susan (1942- )
Criscuolo, Mariangiola (1548-?)
Critcher, Catherine C. (1868-1964)
Cunningham, Linda (1939- )
Curtis, Eleanor Parke (1897-1983)
Cusick, Nancy
Cuthbert, Virginia (1908-?)
Cutler-Shaw, Joyce
Damer, Anne Seymour (1749-1828)
Damon, Betsy
Danti, Teodora (1498-1573)
Davin-Mirvault, Césarine-Henriette-Flore (1773-1844)
Daw, Leila (1940- )
De Heere, Margaret
Dehner, Dorothy (1901- )
De Kooning, Elaine (1920-1989)
Delany, Mary Granville (1700-1788)
Delaunay, Sonia (1885-1979)
Demont-Breton, Virginie (1859-1935)
Denby, Lillian (1944- )
Denes, Agnes
Dennis, Donna (1942- )
Descalzi, Isabella (16th Century Sculptor)
Dewing, Maria Oakey (1845-1927)
Dickinson, Eleanor (1931- )
Dienes, Sari
Dix, Eulabee (1878-1961)
Dodd, Lios (1927- )
Dodson, Sarah P. B. (1847-1906)
Dreier, Katherine (1877-1952)
Driggs, Elsie (1898- )
Duchamp, Suzanne (1889-1963)
Ducreux, Rose (1761-1802)
Duffey, Mrs. E. B.
Duparc, Françoise (1726-1778)
Durant, Jennifer (1942- )
Duriewux Caroline (1896- )
Duval, Elizabeth (End of 16th Century)
Eakins, Susan Macdowell (1851-1938)
Eberle, Abastenia St. Leger (1878-1942)
Emmet, Lydia Field (1866-1952)
Emmet (Rand & Sherwood)
Endemann, Heidi (1941- )
Erlebacher, Martha Mayer (1937- )
Exter, Alexandra (1882-1949)
Fagnani, Nina
Falkenstien, Claire (1908- )
Farb, Oriole
Farnham, Sally (1876-1943)
Farrand, Beatrix Jones (1872-1959)
Fassett, Cornelia (1831-1898)
Fenton, Beatrice (1887-1961)
Ferrera, Jackie (1929- )
Feyl, Uta
Fini, Leonor (1908- )
Fish, Janet (1938- )
Fiske, Gertrude (1878- 1961)
Flack, Audrey (1931- )
Foley, Margaret (1827-1877) I
4 Foley, Margaret II
Foley Contemporary Newspaper Articles
Foley Discoveries After Article
Foley Medallion
Foley Research Materials From Lowell
Fontana, Lavinia
Fontana, Lavinia II (Galli Text)
Fontana Article
Fontana, Lavinia Drawings, Notes
Fortune, E. Carlton (1885-1969)
Foss, Harriet Campbell (1860-1915)
Foster, Sarah H. (1827-1900)
Frank, Mary (1933- )
Frankenthaler, Helen (1928- )
Fratelline, Giovanna (1666-1731)
Freeman, Florence (1836-1876)
Freeman, Mrs. Augusta Latilla (1826-?)
Frémiet for Comparison
Freilicher, Jane (1924- )
Frink, Elizabeth (1930- )
Frishmuth, Harriet (1880-1980)
Fuller, Lucia Fairchild (1872-1924)
Fuller, Sue (1914- )
Gág, Wanda (1893-1946)
Garcia, Ofelia (1941- )
Gardner, Elizabeth (1837-1922)
Gardner II (Material given me by Miriam G. Dunnan, 1988)
Garzoni, Giovanna (1600-1670)
Gechtoff, Sonia
Genth, Lillian (1876-1953)
Gentileschi, Artemisia
Gérard, Marguerite (1761-1837)
Gilder, Helena de Kay
Gillespie, Dorothy
Godwin, Judith (1930- )
Goldthwaite, Anne (1869-1944)
Goncharova, Natalia (1881-1962)
Gonzalès, Eva (1850-1883)
Goodridge, Sarah (1788-1853)
Goznik, April
Graham, Josephine
Graves, Nancy (1940- )
Gray, Jessie Benton Evans
Greene, Gertrude (1904-1956)
Greenstein, Ilise (1929-1985)
Grossman, Nancy
Hale, Ellen Day (1855-1940)
Hale, Mrs. Lilian Westcott (1881-1963)
Hall, Anne (1792-1863)
Hall, Lee (1934- )
Hamilton, Helen (1889-1970)
Hammond, Harmony
Harrier, Mags (British, working in the U.S.) (1945- )
Harrington, Joan
Hartigan, Grace (1922- )
Haudebourt-Lescot, Hortense (1784-1845)
Hawley, Margaret Foote (1880-1963)
Hazelton, Mary Brewster (1882-?)
5 Hemessen, Catharina Van (1528-1587)
Hepworth, Barbara (1903-1975)
Herreshoff, Louise (1876-1967)
Hesse, Eva (1933-1970)
Hill, Abby Williams (1861-1943)
Hills, Laura Coombs
Hills, Anna Althea (1882-1930)
Hirst, Claude Raguet (1855-1942)
Hoffman, Malvina (1885-1966)
Holt, Nancy
Holzer, Jenny (1950- )
Hood, Dorothy (1919- )
Horenbout, Suzanne (1503-1545)
Hoschede-Monet, Blanche (1865-1947)
Hosmer, Harriet
Howard, Marion K. (1883-1953)
Hull, Marie (1890-?)
Humber, Yvonne (1907-?)
Hunter, Debora
Huntington, Anna H. (1876-1973)
Huntington, A. H.'s Equestrian Statues
Ikens, Catlina (1650/9-?)
Ingeleviciene, Regina Matuzonyte (1905-1980)
Jacquette, Yvonne (1934- )
Jaques, Bertha E. (Clauson) (1863-1941)
Jaray, Tess (1937- )
Jerichau Baumann, Elizabeth (1818-1881)
John, Gwen (1876-1939)
Johanson, Patricia (1940- )
Johnson, Adelaide
Johnson, Isabelle
Johnson, Joyce (1927- )
Jones, Lois Mailou (1905- )
Kahlo, Frida (1910-1954)
Katzen, Lila (1932-1998)
6 Kaufmann, Angelika (1935- )
Kauffmann, Angelica (1741-1807)
Kauffman, Cornelia
Kaula, Lee Lufkin (1865-1957)
Kent, Adaline (1900-1957)
Killigrew, Ann (1660-1685)
King, Marcia Gygli
Kitson, Theo Alice Ruggles (1871-1932)
Klumpke, Anna (1856-1942)
Koch, Jeanne (1934- )
Koefoed, Inge-Lise (1939- )
Kohlmeyer, Ida (1912- )
Kollwitz, Käthe (1867-1945)
Kozloff, Joyce
Knight, Laura (1877-1970)
Kranier, Linda (1937- )
Krasner, Lee (1908-1984)
Kruger, Barbara (1945- )
Kurg, Diana (1936- )
Labille-Guiard, Adélaide (1749-1803)
Lacy, Suzanne
Ladd, Anna Coleman (1878-1939)
Laemmle, Cheryl (1947- )
Lam, Jennett (1911-1983)
Lama, Giulia (1865-1753)
Lampert, Ellen (1948- )
Lander, Louisa (1826-1923)
Lane, Katherine Ward (1899-?)
Lanfear, Marilyn
Lanyon, Ellen (1926- )
Laserstein, Lotte (1898- )
Laurencin, Marie (1885-1956)
Lee, Doris Emrick (1905-1983)
Lempicka, Tamara de (1898-1980)
L’Engle, Lucy (1989-1978)
Leonard, Joanne (1940- )
Lerman, Ora (1938- )
Levine, Marilyn (1935- )
Levine, Marion Lerner (1931- )
Leyster, Judith (1609-1660)
Liliane, Lijn
7 Lewis, Edmonia (1845-1890)
Lloréns, Eva Allen
Longman, Evelyn Beatrice (1874-1954)
Love, Arlene (1935- )
Lownes, Anna (1884-1905)
Luce, Molly (1896-1986)
Lucier, Mary (1944- )
Lumis, Harriet R. (1870-1953)
Lunderberg, Helen (1908- )
Macip, Dorotea and Margarita
MacIver, Loren (1909- )
MacLane, Jean (1878-1964)
MacMonnies, Mary (1858-1946)
MacNeil, Carol Brooks (1871-1944)
Macomber, Mary L. (1861-1916)
MacRae, Emma Fordyce (1887-1974)
Magafan, Ethel (1916- )
Magafan, Jenne (1916-1952)
Magenta, Muriel
Mangold, Sylvia P. (1938- )
Manzolini Morandi, Anna (1717-1769)
Marchioni, Elisabetta (17th Century)
Marcus, Marcia (1928- )
Marisol (1930- )
Martin, Agnes (1912- )
Martinez, Maria (?-1980)
Mason, Alice Trumbell (1904-1971)
Mason, Emily (1932- )
Matthiasdottir, Louisa
Maya, Yin Lee
Mayer, Constance (1775-1821)
McCoy, Ann (1946- )
McEnery, Kathleen (Mrs. Cunningham) (1885-1971)
McEvoy, Eugenie
McKenna, Sally
McKenney, Henrietta Foxhall (1825-1887)
Mears, Helen Farnsworth (1872-1916)
Mellen, Mary B.
Mendieta, Ana (1948-1985)
Mengs, Anna (1751-1793)
Merian, Maria Sibylla (1647-1717)
Merritt, Anna Lea (1844-1930)
Messick, Jane
Miller, Lee Ann
Miller, Melissa (1951- )
Miss, Mary (1944- )
Mitchell, Joan (1926- )
Modersohn-Becker, Paula (1876-1907)
Moillion, Louise (1610-1696)
Monet, Blanche Hoschedé (1865-1947)
Moore, Sabra (1943- )
Morales, Luisa
8 Moran, Mary Nimmo (1842-1899)
Morgan, Maud (1903- )
Morgan-Snell, Flora (1920- )
Morisot, Berhte (1841-1895)
Morton, Ree (1936-1977)
Moser, Mary (1744-1819)
Moses, Grandma (Anne Mary Robertson) (1860-1961)
Moss, Marlow (1890-1958)
Münter, Gabrille (1877-1962)
Murphy, Catherine (1946- )
Murphy, Harriet (1851-1935)
Murray, Elizabeth (1940- )
Neel, Alice (1900-1984)
Nevelson, Louise (1899-1988)
Nevin, Blanche (1841-1925)
Ney, Elisabet (1833-1907)
Nicholson, Lillie May (1884-1964)
Nilsson, Gladys (1940- )
Norvell, Patsy (1942- )
Nourse, Elizabeth (1859-1938)
Oakley, Violet (1874-1961)
Oberteuffer, Henriette Amiard (1878-1962)
Óbidas, Josefa de (1634-1684)
O’Keeffe, Georgia (1887-1986)
Olds, Elizabeth (1896-1991)
Oosterwyck, Maria Van (1630-1693)
Oppenheim, Meret (1913-1985)
Osborne, Elizabeth
Ox, Ms. Jack (Mrs. Peter Frank)
Paeff, Bashka (1893-1979)
Page, Marie Danforth (1869-1940)
Paladini, Arcangela (1599-1622)
Palmer, Adelaide Coburne (1851-1928)
Palmer, Fanny (1812-1876)
Palmer, Pauline (1867-1938)
Parasole, Isabella (16th Century Roman Engraver)
Parrish, Clara Weaver (1861-1925)
Parsons, Betty (1900-1982)
Paxson, Ethel (1885-1982)
Paxton, Elizabeth (1877-1971)
Payne, Elsie Palmer (1884-1971)
Peabody, Sophia (1809-1871)
Peale, Sarah (1800-1885)
Peale, Sarah M. and Other Peales
Pearson, Marguerite S. (1898-1978)
Peart, Caroline (1870-1963)
Peeters, Clara (1594-1657)
Pell, Ella Ferris (1846-1922)
9 Pelton, Agnes (1881-1961)
Penalba, Alicia (1918- )
Pepper, Beverly (1924- )
Pereira, I. Rice (1907-1971)
Perry, Lilla Cabot (1848-1933)
Peters, Clara (1594-1657)
Peterson, Jane (1876-1965)
Petherbridge, Deanna (1939- )
Petrovic, Nadezda (1873-1915)
Pfaff, Judy (1946- )
Pindell, Howardena (1943- )
Poe, Joy
Polish Portrait
Popova, Liubov (1889-1924)
Porter, Katherine (1944- )
Potter, Beatrix (1866-1946)
Prenters, Anna (1865-1950)
Presser, Elena (1940- )
Pugh, Mabel (1891-1986)
Provis, Dorothy
Putnam, Brenda (1890-1975)
Quintane, Luisa (16th Century)
Rand, Ellen Emmet (1876-1941)
Ream, Vinnie (1847-1914)
Remington, Deborah (1935- )
Reyneau, Betsy Graves (1888-1964)
Richardson, Constance (1905-?)
Richardson, Margaret Foster (1881-1945)
Richardson, Mary Curtis (1848-1931)
Richier, Germaine (1904-1959)
Richmond, Agnes (1870-1964)
Riley, Bridget (1931- )
Robbins, Ellen (1828-1905)
Robinson, Charlotte (1924- )
Rockburne, Dorothea (1934- )
Rodiani, Onorata (?-1452)
Roldán, Luisa (1656-1704)
Rothenberg, Susan (1945- )
Ruellan, Andree (1905-1987)
Russell, Clarissa Peters (1809-1854)
Ruysch, Rachel (1664-1750)
Ryan, Anne (1889-1954)
Saar, Betye (1926- )
Sage, Kay (1898-1963)
Saint Phalle, Niki de (1930- )
10 Sanabria, Sherry Zvares
Sánchez Coello, Isabel (1564-1612)
Sargent, Margaret (1892-1978)
Sartain, Emily (1841-1927)
Savage, Augusta (1892-1962)
Scaravaglione, Concetta (1900-1975)
Scarfaglia, Lucrezia
Schapiro, Miriam
Schille, Alice (1869-1955)
Scholz, Belle Kinney (1887-1959)
Schwalb, Susan
Scudder, Janet (1869-1940)
Searle, Helen
Selmersheim-Desgrange, Jeanne (1877-1958) (French Neo-Impressionist)
Sharrer, Honoré (1920- )
Shea, Judith (1948- )
Sherman, Sarai (1922- )
Sherwood, Rosina Emmet (1854-1958)
Simkins, Martha (1869-1969)
Sirani, Elizabetta (1638-1665)
Skeele, Hannah (1829-1901)
Sleigh, Sylvia
Sloan, Jeanette Pasin (1946- )
Smith, Jessie Wilcox (1863-1935)
Smith, Kiki
Smith, Pamela Coleman (1877-1950)
Snyder, Joan (1940- )
Soldwedel, Pamela (1926- )
Spencer, Lilly Martin (1822-1902)
Spilmbergo, Irene di (1540-1559)
Stampa, Gaspara
Stanton, Lucy M. (1875-1931)
Stanwood, Cordelia (1865-1958)
Stebbins, Emma (1815-1882)
Steir, Pat (1938- )
Sterne, Hedda (1916- )
Stettheimer, Florine (1871-1944)
Stephens, Alice Barber (1858-1932)
Stevens, May (1924- )
Stock, Dora (1760-1832)
Stone, Sylvia
Stuart, Michelle (1938- )
Stzider, Marjorie (1939- )
Tacha, Athena (1936- )
Taeuber-Arp, Sophie (1889-1943)
Tait, Agnes (1894-1981)
Talbot, Grace (1901-?)
Tawney, Lenore (1925- )
Teerline, Lavinia Senina (1515-1576)
Ter Borch, Gesina
Thomas, Alma (1891-1978)
Tibaldi, Maria Felice (Mrs. Subleyras)
Torr, Helen (1886-1967)
Trockel, Rosemarie
Truitt, Anne
Turner, Helen M. (1858-1958)
Tyler, Alice Kellogg (1864-1908)
11 Underwood, Ethel B. (Active 1901-1910)
Upton, Florence Kate (1873-1922)
Urban, Reva (1925-1987)
Valadon, Suzanne (1865-1938)
Vallayer-Coster, Anne (1744-1818)
Van Ness, Beatrice W. (1888-1981)
Varo, Remedios (1913-1963)
Varotari, Chiara (16th and 17th Century)
Verelst, Maria (1680-1744)
Verhulst, Mayken (1520-1600)
Verner, Elizabeth O'Neill (1884-1979)
Vezzo, Virginia Da (17th Century)
Vieira da Silva, Helena (1908- )
Vigée-Le Brun, Elisabeth Louise (1755-1842)
Von Mattiesen, Maria
Von Wiegand, Charmion (1899-1983)
Vonnoh, Bessie Potter (1872-1955)
Wachtel, Marion (1876-1954)
Waldman, Selma (1931- )
Waldstein, Mariana (1763-1808)
Walker, Alice (19th Century)
Walker, Nellie Verne (1874-1973)
Walter, Martha (1875-1976)
Wapner, Grace Bakst
Waring, Laura Wheeler (1887-1948)
Waser, Anna (1678-1714)
Waters, Susan (1823-1900)
Wayne, June
Weisberg, Ruth (1941- )
Weiss, Rosario (1814-1843)
Werefkin, Marianne (1860-1938)
Wheeler, Candace (1827-1923)
Wheeler, Mary C. (1846-1920)
Whitman, Sarah Wyman (1842-1904)
Whitney, Gertrude Vanderbilt (1876-1942)
Willson, Mary Ann (Active 1800-1825)
Winsor, Jackie (1941- )
Withoos, Alida (18th Century)
Wright, Patience L. (1725-1786)
Wyeth, Caroline and Henriette
Zimmerman, Elyn
Zorach, Marguerite T. (1887-1968)
Zucker, Barbara

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Series 2: Women Artists - Subject Groupings
7 boxes

11 American Indian Women Artists
American Primitives - Women Artists
American Women Artists, 20th Century
American Women in Fashion
American Women Sculptors
Attitudes Toward Women Artists
Austrian Women Artists
12 Black American Women Artists
California Artists of the Past
Canadian Artists
Classical Women Artists
Cleopatra Iconography
Coalition of Women's Art Organization
Colorado Women Called "Front Range"
Curiosity - The Armless Painter
Danish Women Artists
Daughters of Artists
Early Twentieth Century American Modernism
Early Twentieth Century American Women Painters
Education of Women
Education of Women Artists
Eighteenth Century Dutch
Eighteenth Century English Women Artists
Eighteenth Century French Women Artists
Eighteenth Century German Women Artists
Eighteenth Century Italian Women Painters (Plus Bassi, Professor of Philosophy)
Eleanor of...
"Female God" in O'Neill
Gender Questions, 1987
Hanaford's Chapter on Women Artists
Hispanic - American Women
History of Women
Images (Of Women)
Impressionists, Women
Japanese-American Women Artists
Latin American Contemporary Artists
Latin American Women
Medieval Women
Museum Directors
National Association of Women Artists
National Association of Women Painters and Sculptors
New Hampshire
New Mexico
New York Feminist Art Institute
Nineteenth Century American Women Painters
Nineteenth Century Women Painters in Giverny
Oriental Women Artists
Photographs - Women Artists' Works
13 Prices for Women's Work
"Renaissance" Play & "2nd Heidi Chronicles"
Renaissance Women Writers
Rutgers Women Artists Project
South Africa
South America
South Dakota
Spanish Women Artists
Statistics re: Prejudice vs. Women Artists
Texas - Women Architects
"Typical" Women's Work: Cloth
"Woman's Art Journal"
Women and Academies
Women Administrators in Art Market
Women Architects
Women Artists
Women Artists - Africa
Women Artists - America
14 Women Artists - Arizona
Women Artists - California
Women Artists Catalogues
Women Artists - China
Women Artists - Colorado
Women Artists - Contemporary America
Women Artists - Dallas
Women Artists - England
15 Women Artists - Exhibits
16 Women Artists - Florida
Women Artists - General
Women Artists - India
Women Artists - Ireland
Women Artists - Kansas
Women Artists - Literature
Women Artists - Massachusetts
Women Artists - Minnesota
Women Artists - Morocco
Women Artists - New Orleans
Women Artists - New York
Women Artists - North Carolina
Women Artists - Oklahoma
Women Artists - Puerto Rico
Women Artists - Seminars
Women Artists - Southern U.S.
Women Artists - Texas
Women Artists - USSR
Women Artists - Victorian
Women Artists - Washington, D.C.
Women Clippings
Women Iconography
Women in Art
Women Artists' Mothers
"Women Artist News"
Women Artists' Particular Contributions
Women Artists' Slides
"The Woman as Artist, Rediscovering 400 Years of Masterworks," Grace Glueck, The New York Times Magazine, 1977
Women Botanical Illustrators
Women Cartoonists
Women's Art Festival
Women's Caucus
Women's Caucus for Art
17 Women's Caucus for Art - Dallas
Women's Center
Women Collectors
Women Filmmakers
Women - General
Women in the Arts, e.g. Gallery and Museum Directors
Women Landscape Architects
Women's Literature
Women Miniaturists
Women Musicians
Women Patrons
Women Photographers
Women Pirates, Soldiers & Warriors
Women Poets
Women Potters
Women Printmakers
Women Publications
Women Publishers
Women Rulers
Women Scholars
"The Woman Sculptor, Malvina Hoffman and Her Contemporaries" (1984 Exhibition Catalogue)
Women Studies Bibliography
Women Studies Council
Women & Their Work
"Women & Their Work," Advisory Council
Women III, Exclude Europe and England
Women Writers
World University Service

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Series 3: Anne Whitney Material
2 boxes

18 Adams, Samuel
Whitney, Anne - Photographs
Anna Mary Howitt, "An Art-Student in Munich" (June 1, 1850 - May 1851)
Boston, 19th century & Cambridge, Architecture
Brown, Laura, 1859
Columbian Expos., Chicago
Contemporary articles re: Whitney
Continuing research on Anne Whitney next trip
Ericsson, Leif
Five Centuries of Women Artists
Fontana, Lavinia: Translated Material
Fontana, Lavinia: Self Portraits
Fontana, Lavinia: Portraits
Fountain of putto with calla lily
Godiva Xeroxes
Hosmer, Harriet (1830-1908), folder 1 of 3
Hosmer, Harriet (1830-1908), folder 2 of 3
Hosmer, Harriet (1830-1908), folder 3 of 3
Letters from artists or about them from Anne Whitney (incl. Eliz. Greene)
Letters from Fidelia Bridges
Letters to Edna Cheney from Anne Whitney
Letters from Emerson, Ellen and Emerson, Wm. Ralph
Letters from Daniel C. French
Letters to and from Hosmer (Radcliffe Library)
Peterson, Antoinette’s letters to and from Anne Whitney
Letters from niece, Margaret W. Pratt
Letters from Vida Scudder
Letters from Stebbins to Whitney (Wellesley)
Letters from writers
Livermore, Mary
"Lotus Eater"
Lydia Maria Child letters
Maitland Armstrong’s 3 chapters on Rome (Xeroxed portions)
Manning, A. Adeline
Martineau, Harriet
Le Modèle, 1875
"Mostra Di Antiche Pintura," 1948 (Italian Art Book)
Notes from box of earliest letters (incl. Rome) Wellesley
Notes from late correspondence of A. Adeline Manning & Anne Whitney (Wellesley)
Notes from box containing Manning’s Diaries (& photo albums) Wellesley
Notes made at Boston Athenaeum
Notes made at Essex Institute
Notes made at Houghton Library, Harvard
Notes made at Massachusetts Historical Society
Notes in Sophia Smith collection
On-going research
Other New England
Palmers’ correspondence with Anne Whitney (Wellesley)
Pickering, Edward
"Remember the Maine," Objection to
Shelburne, N. H.
Chaldean Shepherd
Sitters to Anne Whitney
Stearns, Pres. Wm. Augustus
Stone, Lucy
Stowe, H. B.
Sumner, Senator Charles
"Toussaint L’Ouverture"
Walker, Pres. James
Watertown, Belmont & Cambridge
Anne Whitney correlative material
Anne Whitney, Book of Poems, 1906
19 Whitney, Anne
Whitney, Anne (1821-1915)
Whitney, Anne’s Will (Nov. 1914)
Whitney Biography Including Spofford's of Ann Whitney
Whitney, Business Correspondence
Whitney Family
Whitney's "Godiva"
Whitney - Letters
Whitney Research - Summer, 1981 at Shelburne
Willard, Frances E.

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Series 4: Meléndez - Dissertation Research
3 boxes

19 Academy Ideas
Ceramics in Meléndez
Comparisons with L. M. (Luis Meléndez)
Contemporaries of Meléndez
Correspondence Regarding Potential L. M. (Luis Meléndez) Book
Correspondence: University of Mo. Press
Dissertation (Dr. Tufts')
Document: Prado, Inventory ca. 1800?
Eighteenth Century Cultural Ambience
Essay for Exhibition Catalogue
Exhibition Catalogue, Meléndez
Francisco Meléndez’s Request to Establish an Academy of Art
20 Literary Comparisons
Meléndez - Additions and Corrections to Dissertation
Meléndez - Articles, Book Reviews, Etc.
Meléndez Biography and Family
Meléndez Book Folder (Publicity and Order Form)
Meléndez Catalogue
Meléndez - Choir Books and Other Religious Paintings
Meléndez Correspondence
Meléndez: Documents - Royal Academy
Meléndez: Documents - Royal Palace
Meléndez Exhibition
Meléndez Exhibition Information
Meléndez, Flack and Fish Article
Meléndez: Letters in Royal Palace Archives
21 Meléndez Notes in Binder
Meléndez Notes taken in Madrid (Summer 1968)
Meléndez - Photos and Negatives
Meléndez - Portraits
Meléndez - Price
Meléndez Publicity
Meléndez - Publicity in Regard to Prado Exhibit (which also went to Barcelona)
Meléndez - Style
Photos of Meléndez's Works
Publicity in Regards to our Meléndez Exhibit
Reaction to Meléndez book
Seventeenth Century Vanitas
Still Life
Van Loo, Mengs, Maella

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Series 5: Classes and Seminars
2 boxes

22 ARHS 3303 Women Artists
Art & Man
Baroque Art (ARHS 2323) Spring 1981
Baroque Art (ARHS 3326) 1978, ’79, ’81 and Summer 1982
Baroque - Intro. Lecture
Baroque Seminar - Italy
Baroque Seminar (ARHS 5348), Rembrandt, Spring 1980
Baroque Tests and Reviews
Completed Seminar on Women Artists - Summer 1973
Course Evaluations
Eight Week - El Greco to Goya
El Greco to Goya (ARHS 2386)
Evg. (Evening?) Courses on Women Artists, 1988
Goya and Other 18th Century Artists, Meadows Museum
Goya as Painter and as Graphic Artist
Goya Seminar (5234)
Goya Seminar, 1982
Goya Seminar, 1986 and 1987
Goya Single Lectures
Ingres Lecture Given to Dandra's Class, 1989
Renaissance, ARHS 2325, Fall 1980
Renaissance, Intro Sampler
Renaissance Term Papers
Rome: Popes (Slides of)
23 Rome: Seminar (ARHS 3327 and 6327)
"Sixteen To Sixty, Memoirs of a Collection," Havemeyer, Louisine W.
Spanish (4386) Spring 1980+
Translations to be Done
"Treasures of the Meadows Museum"
Tufts - Velázquez Public Lecture
Women Artists (ARHS 3385)
Women Artists (See Orange File Above)
Women Artists, American (Intro Sampler)
Women Artists Seminar
Women’s Seminar 1976
Women's History
Women Painters
Women’s Studies at SMU

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Series 6: History of Art - General
6 boxes

23 Academies
Allen, Al
American Art
American Art Notes
American History
Ancient Near East
Animal Caricatures of People
Animals, Etc.
Art History - Misc.
Art Movements
24 Art 300 Modern
Baroque - Austrian
Baroque Collector
Baroque - Dutch
Baroque - English
Baroque - Flemish
Baroque - French
Baroque - German
Baroque - Italian
Bernini and Others, Articles
Bingham, George Caleb (1811-1879)
Breck, John Leslie (1860-1899)
Campi, Vincenzo (1536-1591)
Campus Architecture
Caravaggio and Followers
Chase, William Merritt
Christ and Women of Samaria
Church, Frederic Edwin (1826-1900)
Clavichords, Painting On
Cole, Thomas (1801-1848)
Columbian Expos, Chicago (1893)
Columbian Expos Catalogue
Contemporary Painting
Current material Being Researched (19th Century American Sculptors)
25 Dallas Art and Architecture
Degas, Edgar (1834-1917)
Early Renaissance Articles
Eighteenth Century
European Art
Fellow, Hartman
Female Models
French 18th Century (Plus Dutch and Italian)
Geneva Catalogue and "Dead Nun" from Wadsworth Atheneum
Gracian and Goya Research
Guston (1913-1980)
Heradictus and Democritus
History of American Sculpture
Hoffman, Hans (1880-1966)
Hopper, Edward (1882-1967)
Iconography - Adoration of the Magi
Iconography: Artist in Studio
Iconography - Birth of the Virgin
Iconography - Double Portraits
Iconography - Elephant
Iconography - Equestrian
Iconography of Five Senses
Iconography - Glass Sphere
Iconography: Hand
Iconography - "Immaculate Conception"
Iconography: Joseph
Iconography: Judith
Iconography - Madonna
Iconography: Mirrors
Iconography: Night Scenes (Candlelight, Torch, Etc.)
Iconography: Pictures within Paintings
Iconography: Portraits with Images
Iconography of the "Raising of the Cross"
Iconography: Self Portraits
Iconography: "Vanitas"
Knights of Malta
Lane, Fitz Hugh (1804-1865)
Mass of St. Gregory
Michelangelo: Sistine Chapel Ceiling
26 Models (Nudes in Renaissance)
Modern Architecture
Modern Painting
Modern Sculpture
National Academy of Design
National Sculpture Society
New Hampshire
New Haven
Nineteenth Century
Nineteenth Century Art Education / Study
Nineteenth Century Comparative Material
Nineteenth Century France
Nineteenth Century - Other Nationalities
Nineteenth Century Roman Studios and Homes (Also see Bonfigle file, Series 13)
Nineteenth Century Sculpture
27 Nineteenth Century Sculpture Book
Northern Renaissance
Origins of Caravaggism
Paleolithic and Neolithic
Panama Pacific Exposition
Parker, Theodore
Patrons of Art
People in Art History
Pop and Op
Process of 19th Century Sculpture
Public Art
Rembrandt Articles - Xeroxed
Rembrandt: Christ Presented to Two People
Renaissance Architecture
Renaissance, Early
Renaissance, High (Central Italy)
Renaissance, High - Seminar "Last Decade of Early"
Renaissance, Music
Renaissance, Photos
Renaissance, Sixteenth Century Sculpture
Rimmer, William (1816-1879)
Russian Constructivists
Ryder, Albert P. (1847-1917)
Sargent, John Singer (1856-1925)
Scandinavian Artists (Except Danish)
Seven Wonders
Seventeenth Century
Seventeenth Century Neopolitans
28 Simkhovitch, Simka (1893-1949)
Sister Artists
Sister Wendy Beckett
Sixteenth Century Italian Painting (Other than Titian and Venetians)
Stella, Frank (1836- )
Still Life
Still Life Ilustrations
Texas Architecture
Texas Artists
Trecento Art
Tititan and Venetians
Trafalgar Galleries Catalog
Twentieth Century Sculpture
Veiled Sculptures
West, Benjamin (1738-1820)
Wharton, E. and James, H.
"What is History of Art?"

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Series 7: Spanish and Latin American Art
4 boxes

28 Aguilera, E. - Pintores Españoles Del Siglo XVIII
American Painters in Spain
Article on Documents, Meléndez, Art Bulletin
Article on Second Self Portrait of Meléndez
Bellows & Goya I and II
Bellows & Goya Lecture, Columbus 1979
Bermejo and Huguet
Berruguete - Justus de Ghent - Melozzo da Forlì
Beruete (1845-1912)
Cano, Alonso
Casas (1866-1932)
Castillo, Antonio del (1616-1668)
Castillo, Jorge (1933- )
Coello, A. Sánchez
Colonial Mexico
Columbus, Christopher
Comparative Material for Impressionism Essay
Dalí, Salvador
Eighteenth Century Naples
Eighteenth Century Spain
El Escorial
"El Greco: New Styles for Old Traditions"
Fifteenth Century Spain
Fortuny, Mariano (1838-1874)
González, Bartolomé
29 Goya Articles
Goya Reproductions
Greco, El
Gris, Juan (1887-1927)
Hispanic Society of America
Index Cards - Spanish Art Research I-IV
Influence of Spanish Painting on Nineteenth Century French
Jimenez Aranda, Luis (1845-1928)
"El Labrador" Juan Fernandez
Latin America
Ledesma, Blas de
Madrid Contacts
Medrago, Raimundo (1781-1859)
Medieval Spanish
Meléndez Essay for Gazette B-A
Miró, Joan (1893-1983)
Misc. Spanish Artists I & II
Murillo Portraits
Nineteenth Century Mexicans
Nineteenth Century Spain
30 Pantoja
Picasso, Pablo (1881-1973)
Pinazo, Ignacio
Pla, Cecilo
Prado, Blas de
Puerto Rico
Sánchez Cotán
Sert, Josep Lluis (1902-1983)
Seventeenth Century, "Spain"
Sixteenth Century, Spain
Sorolla y Bastidia, Joaquin (1863-1923)
Spain - General
Spanish Art in Houston
Spanish Art - Misc. Photos
Spanish Colonial
Spanish Eighteenth Century Painting Exhibit
Spanish Eye
"Spanish Eye"
Spanish - General
Spanish Impressionism
Spanish Literature
Spanish Music
Spanish Symposium, Meadows Museum, 1991
Temple, A. G. "Modern Spanish Painting"
Twentieth Century Hispanics in U.S.
Twentieth Century Latin Americans
Twentieth Century Mexicans
Twentieth Century Spain, Except Picasso, Miró and Dalí
Valdés Leal, Juan de
B. Wind’s Velázquez "Bodegones" Proposal
Velázquez Drawings
31 Villegas, José
Von Barghahn, Spanish Art in 19th Century
Wadsworth Atheneum Bulletin Article

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Series 8: Tufts - Personal
1 box

31 Car Accident 1981
Comini/Tufts Residence
Disposition of Exeter Hsc. 14 Ash St.
Personal - Comini/Tufts House Plans
Personal - Correspondence
Personal - Eye Glasses and Birth Announcement
Personal - Family History
Personal - Legal Documents
Personal - Misc.
Personal - Photographs
Tufts Book Stamp
"Vogue Magazine," January, 1985

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Series 9: Catalogs, Magazines, Journals and Misc. Books
3 boxes

31 "American Abstract Artists, 50th Anniversary Celebration," The Bronx Museum of the Arts
"El Arte en España," Aranjuez.3
"Articles," 1987
"Art Documentation"
"Art Journal"
"Artnews," January 1971 & October 1972
Askew, Pamela, "The Angelic Consolation of St. Francis"
Barrie, J.M., "Margaret Ogilvy by Her Son." New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1896
Beer, Thomas, "The Fair Rewards." New York: Alfred Knopf, 1922
Bonfigli, "Guide to the Studios in Rome," 1860
Carducho, Vicenzo "Dialogos de la Pintura"
"La Casa De Pilato," V.A.
32 "Catalogue of a Collection of Engravings, Etchings and Lithographs by Women"
Century and Scribner's
"Children's Books & Illustrated Books," (Catalogues 24, 27 and 32)
"Complete List of American and European Drawings, Paintings and Watercolors in the Collection of the Lyman Allyn Museum"
"Connoisseur, The," 1967
"Descrizione Delle Sculture, E Pitture"
"Diccionario Historico De Los Mas Ilustres Pofesores De Las Bellas Artes En España, Vol. 1"
"Diccionario Historico De Los Mas Ilustres Pofesores De Las Bellas Artes En España, Vol. 2"
"Diccionario Historico De Los Mas Ilustres Pofesores De Las Bellas Artes En España, Vol. 3"
"Diccionario Historico De Los Mas Ilustres Pofesores De Las Bellas Artes En España, Vol. 4"
"Diccionario Historico De Los Mas Ilustres Pofesores De Las Bellas Artes En España, Vol. 5"
"Diccionario Historico De Los Mas Ilustres Pofesores De Las Bellas Artes En España, Vol. 6"
Dow, B.H., "The Varying Attitude Toward Women in the French Literature of the 15th Century"
"Drawing" Periodical
"From Evangelicalism to Progressivism at Oberlin College, 1866-1917."
"From the Center" (A traveling exhibition, initial opening at the Washington Womens Arts Center on March 1-27, 1977)
Graves, "Royal Academy Exhibitors," 19th Century
Guhl, "Die Frauen in Art History" 1858
Hardy, Thomas, "Far From the Madding Crowd." New York: A.L. Burt.
"Harvard Magazine" (July/August 1984) (No Folder)
"Hue Points Magazine," 1982
"Journal of Art, The" (Various Issues)
33 "Journal of Art, The" (Various Issues)
"Journal of the Print World," Vol. 6, No. 4, Fall 1983
"Le Pitture Di Bologna"
Longhi & Mayer, "Old Spanish Masters from Contini-Bonacossi Coll.," Rome 1930
Ness & Orwig, "Iowa Artists of the First 100 Years" 1939
"The New Art Examiner," Vol. 7, No. 5, 1980.
Nineteenth Century "Art Journal," New York
"Notizie Delle Donne Pittrici de Bologna"
"El Nuevo Museo Cerralbo"
"Ohio Art and Artists" 1932
"Orpheus," Thomas Crawford
Other 19th Century Periodicals
"RISD Centennial," 1977
"Slides Of Works By Women Artists, A Source Book," Compiled by Mary Garrard
"SMU Women's Studies Journal"
St. James Press "International Dictionary of Art and Artists"
"A Symposium on 'The Art of the Age of Carlos III,'" Presented by the Santa Barbara Museum of Art on January 30, 1979.
"Viage De España"
"View, the Photojournal of Art," 1989
"The Women Artists of Bologna," Laura M. Ragg, 1907
"Women Artists and the Ecole Des Beaux-arts: A Study of Institutional Change In Late Nineteenth Century France"
"Women Artists News," 1988
"Women's Art Journal"
"Women Painters of the World," Walter S. Sparrow, 1905
"A Woman's Place" (For the U.T.A.'s Exhibit: "Women Artists: 1550-1950")

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Series 10: "American Women Artists, 1830-1930" Exhibition at National Museum of Women Artists
6 boxes

34 Albertinelli
American Artists Considered, but not Included
"American Women Artists" I
"American Women Artists" II
"American Women Artists" III
"American Women Artists" IV
"American Women Artists" (info)
"American Women Artists, 1830-1930" (Folder from the exhibit)
"American Women Artists 1830-1930," The National Museum of Women in the Arts
American Women Artists - Fondren Library Research Work
American Women Artists - Publicity
American Women Artists, Volume 2, Bibliography book
Amon Carter Museum
Anguissola, 1972
Article on the Sculptors and Literature
Balogh Gallery
"Bellows and Goya" 1971
"Bellows and Goya, II" 1983
Benton Women's Museum of Art, University of Connecticut
"Beyond Janson..." 1981
Book Reviews
Boston Museum of Fine Arts
Brandywine River Museum
Breeskin Catalogue Essay
Browning Library, Baylor University
Carnegie Institute of Art
Casteras, S. File
Catalogs - American Women Artists
Catalogs - Black Women Artists
Catalogs for National Museum of Women Artists Exhibition
35 Childs Gallery
"Chronicles of Higher Education" and Reactions
Chrysler Museum
Cochrane, Theodosia
Connecticut Gallery
Corcoran Gallery
Correspondence with Women Artists Regarding Book
Crocker Art Museum
CV for Next Run
Dallas Museum of Art
Dallas Newspaper Coverage, 1987
Dallas Women's Center
Dallas Women's Foundation
David David Gallery
De Havenon
Denver Art Museum
Dr. Everett James, Jr. - Vanderbilt University
Edel, Prof. Leon
Encyclopedia Entries
Field Museum
"First International Festival for Women in the Arts" 1980
Fletcher, Grace
Foley Article
Foley Article, 1982
Fontana - Congresso Paper, 1979
Fontana, Lavinia, 1974
Forbes Collection
Form Letters to Museum Directors and Answers
France 1990, Titcomb Research
Gilday, Charles A.
Giles, Edward
Greenbaum, Dr. Leslie and Mrs. Margaret
Gordon, Patricia
Guggenheim, Barbara, Associates
Hirschl & Adler
Hosmer Contemporary Newspaper Accounts
36 Index Card Files - Misc.
37 Index Card Files - Misc.
Index Card Files - Regarding Women Artists (3)
Indianapolis Museum of Art
International Exhibitions Foundation, Washington
International Festival, "Arts" Magazine
International Festival of Women Artists
Invitations to SMU's Opening of "American Women Artists"
Joseph, Jonathan
Keny and Johnson Gallery
Kraushaar Galleries
KVIL Radio Interview (taped April 1987)
Latin American Impressionism
Lay, George C.
Lewis, Edmonia, 1974
Love, Richard Gallery
Massachusetts Historical Society
Material on Artists Sent to Casteras or Directly to NMWA
Meléndez Affinities
38 Meléndez Documents, 1972
Meléndez Still Life, Hartford, 1969
Metropolitan Museum
Miller, Lucia T.
Minneapolis Institute of Arts
Missouri Historical Society
Montgomery Museum
Museum of Modern Art
National Academy of Design
National Gallery of Art
National Museum of American Art
National Museum of Women Artists
National Museum of Women in the Arts I, II, III
National Museum of Women in the Arts - Photographs
National Portrait Gallery
National Women's Christian Temperance Union
Newark Museum
Newspaper Coverage of Inaugural Exhibition, 1987
New York Historical Society
New York Times Article 12-23-86 and Other Publicity
Ney Museum
1985 International Festival
Northern Arizona, Museum of
Peale Museum
Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts
Petteys, Chris
Philadelphia Museum of Art
Photos for "American Women Artists" book
Planning the Inaugural Exhibition for NMWA
Professional Photos
Provincetown Women Artists
Publicity For N.M.W.A. & Exhibit
39 Publicity For N.M.W.A. & Exhibit
Rabbage, Lewis Hoyer
Radcliff Article on Assembling the Exhibition
Radcliffe College
Randolph Macon College, Maier Museum
Reactions to "American Women Exhibit" in Dallas
Research Black Women Artists
Research Material for Impressionism Chapter
Research - Spanish Women Artists
Research - Women Artists General
Research - Women's Studies
Reviews of NMWA's Opening
Reviews of NMWA's Second Exhibition, the Permanent Collection
Rhode Island School of Design Museum of Art
Saltonstall, Cecilia
San Antonio Art League
San Diego Museum of Art
Schoen, Jason Houston
"Second Meléndez Self-Portrait" 1974
Spanierman, Ira Gallery
Terra Museum of American Art
Texas 600 Committee
UN Conference
UN Talk
United States Capitol
University of Chicago
University of Puget Sound
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
Vose Gallery
Wadsworth Atheneum
Washington 1983, Research Notes
Washington and Lee University
Washington, University of
Watertown Public Library
Wellesley College Museum
Wertenbaker, William
Whitney Museum
Women's Exhibition L.A., 1976
Women's Museum Exhibition
Women's Museum, Washington, Staff and Correspondence
Worcester Art Museum
York, Richard Gallery

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Series 11: Travel Logs
1 box

40 Art and Travel Postcards
Europe 1968, 1970 and 1971
Europe Fall 1972 and 1974
1975 and 1976 Trip to Europe
1979 - Austria, Hungary, and Yugoslavia
Picasso Trip to New York, 1980
1981 Europe, Egypt and Rome 1982-3
Spain 1983, "Iberian Images"
1984 and 1985
1986 and 1987
Houston Tour, 1987
1990 and 1991

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Series 12: Museums and Galleries
3 boxes

40 Alabama
Amon Carter Museum of Western Art
Boston Museums
Bowes Museum
Burghley House
Cambridge, Massachusetts
Dallas Museum of Arts
Dallas Museum of Fine Arts
England - Misc.
41 Europe
Exeter Library Dedication 1988
France (Except Paris)
"Great Museums of Munich and Milan"
Italy - Miscellaneous
Metropolitan Museum of Art (photos of work from)
Modern Art, Museum of and Guggenheim Museum
Mount Auburn Cemetery
Museums, Other
Museum Policy, Purpose, Etc.
New Hampshire
New Haven
42 New Jersey
New Mexico
New Orleans
New York Library work
New York, Other Museums
Prado, El
Publicity Regarding Kimbell's Meléndez Purchase
Thyssen-Bornemisza Collection

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Series 13: Tufts - Professional
3 boxes

42 Achievement Certificates
"Aftenposten," Oslo, August 1980
"Alumni Association Honors Tufts for Faculty Excellence," Emily Reagan, The Daily Campus, September 1991.
"American Women Artists: A Selected Bibliographical Guide," Tufts
ARLIS - L.A. 1985
Austin College (1980), M.S.U. and T.C.U. (1981), Denver (1983), Texas A & M, Alabama (1989), Arizona (1990) and Buffalo (1991)
"Beyond Gardner, Gombrich, Janson..." Lecture
"Beyond Janson" Article
Bill Hennessey and Double Portrait by Bos
Bologna Congress, 1979
Book on Oberlin
CAA - Several Years
CAA 1977
CAA Committee on Distinguished Teaching of Art History Award
CAA Conference 1973
CAA "Disparates" paper 1979
CAA Newsletters
CAA Talk on 16th Century Women Painters
Chatsworth Collection Lecture, December 1979
Chicago Trip - Fall 1983 (?)
Columbia and Princeton Women's Paper
Comparison List
Correspondence on Women's Book
43 Dallas Art and Architecture
Detroit Institute of Arts
Dr. Tufts - Publicity (Newspaper Articles)
"Every Little Book and Cranny... SMU professors turn home into library," Vivian Castleberry, Dallas Times Herald, April 20, 1983.
Garland's Encyclopedia of 20th Century North American Women Artists
Greer Book Review
"Historian Traces Forgotten Women Artists," Dallas Morning News, August 1973.
"History Hasn't Drawn a Fair Picture of Women Artists," New Haven Journal-Courier, March 1973.
Houston Lecture, 1980
"Images For The Future: 12th Annual Symposium, Southern Methodist University, February 24 & 25, 1977"
Interview College, Washington, D.C.
"Kandinsky," Tufts
Lecture on Copenhagen Conferences
"Luis Meléndez, Still-Life Painter Sans Pareil," Gazette des Beaux-Arts, 1982.
"MacMillan Dictionary of Art" Contract
McNay Art Institute
Misc. Clippings
National Women's Conference, 1987
NEH Summer Seminar Proposal
"New Discoveries" for Author's Award
Newspaper & Magazine Articles About Dr. Tufts
New York Trip
O'Keeffe Lecture
"Our Hidden Heritage," Eleanor Tufts
"Pan y Toros" translation
Peace Makers Conference
Permission to Reproduce for L.M. Book
"Philadelphia Legacy in Art: The Peales of Thomas Eakins"
"The Politics in Work: Values, Skills and Decisions: 11th Annual Symposium, Southern Methodist University, January 29-30, 1976"
Professional Correspondence
Professional - Curriculum Vitae
Professional - Misc.
Professional - SMU Information
Prospective Publisher, 19th Century Women Sculptors Book
Publicity: "Women Helping Women Award"
Radcliffe Quarterly, March 1988
Reactions to my Garland book
"Realism Revisited" Article
Review (Eval.) of UMI Bibliography Book
44 Review of Greer's Book in Slide Lecture
Reviews, Articles and Papers by Natalie Kampen
Review: "Images and Ideas," J. Brown
Review: "Image and Status: Roman Working Women in Ostia"
Review: "Signs," 1977
Review: Vigée Le Brun Exhibit at Kimbell Art Museum
Rutgers University
"A Second Meléndez Self-Portrait: The Artist as Still Life," Tufts
"Seeking to Redeem Artistic Reputations," The Chronicle of Higher Education, July 1987.
Simmons College
"Simmons Now," November 1974
Sixteenth Century Italian Women Artists Paper
Smith and University of Chicago
Southern Connecticut State College
Southern Methodist University - Misc.
Southern Methodist University Women Symposium (1976, 1977, and 1982)
Spanish Symposium, Meadows Museum, 1991
"Speaker Says Women Overlooked in Art World," The Battalion, April 1988.
Speaking Engagements
Student Papers
To Do
"Toward a Balance of Power," 10th Annual Symposium at S.M.U., March 6 & 7, 1975
Town and Gown - DMA, January 1989
Tufts - Professional
Tufts - Publicity
Tufts Review of: "Dallas Museum of Arts," in The Texas Humanist, 1984
Tufts - Student Papers
Tufts - Various Thank-You Notes To (Etc.)
University of Texas Catalogues of Exhibitions
W.C.A. - Women's Caucus For Art
WCA Banquet: Rewards of Being an Art Historian of Women Artists, 1985
"Who's Who..."
Women Artists: Renaissance to Today (Old Dominion, 1979) and (Copenhagen, 1980)
"Women and the Visual Arts," Encyclopedia of Women
"Women's Efforts," Dallas Morning News, February 1977.
Xerox, Book on Women Artists by Vachon
"Yale Weekly Bulletin and Calendar," November 26 - December 3, 1973

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Series 14: Oversized Material (16x20 box)
1 oversize box

45 "American Herstory: Women and the U.S. Constitution," The Atlanta College of Art Gallery, January 27 - March 5, 1988 (Intro by Dr. Tufts)
Blueprint for National Museum For Women In The Arts
Framed Tufts Photo and Article
Images for "American Women Artists, 1830-1930."
Oversized Meadows Paintings
Various Oversized Images

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