Art Education Archives Edit

Summary

Level of Description
Sub-Group
Language
English

Dates

  • 1876 – 2003 (Creation)

Extents

  • 68 Boxes (Whole)

Subjects

Notes

  • Abstract

    Fine Arts; Art Education Archives; Autobiographical Lecture Series: A-W; 1977-2000; Box 1 [16A-E-3C] Files:

    1. Acknowledgements and Thank-You's (1993-1994)

    2. Cross Reference (1990)

    3. Bibliography / List of Gen. Adding (n.d.)

    4. Requests for Archival Information (1993-2000)

    5. Art Education Historical Speaker: Ralph Beelke (1977)

    6. Laura Chapman: Autobiographical Lecture (1994)

    7. Art Education Historical Speaker: Natalie Robinson Cole (1976)

    8. Stanley Czurles (1988)

    9. D'Amico, Victor (1974)

    10. Victot D'Amico Lecture (1974)

    11. Edmund B. Feldman (1989)

    12. Charles D. Gaitskill (1979)

    13. J. Eugene Grigsby, Autobiographical Lecturer (1995)

    14. Art Education Historical Speaker: Al Hurwitz (1982)

    15. Ivan Johnson (1986)

    16. Art Education Historical Speaker: Frederick M. Logan (1975)

    17. Ken Lansing (1992)

    18. Viktor Lowenfeld (1958)

    19. Mattil, Edward L. (1984)

    20. Art Education Historical Speaker: June King McFee (1981)

    21. Art Education Historical Speaker: Mary McKibbin (1973)

    22. John A. Michael: Autobiography (1991)

    23. Art Education Historical Speaker: Harold A. Schultz (1978)

    24. Art Education Historical Speaker: Frank Wachowiak (1978)

    Fine Arts; Art Education Archives; Biographies of Art Educators: A-M; 1928-2002; Box 2 [16A-C-6B] Files:

    1. Art Educator Biographies A-K (n.d.)

    2. USA Art Educators: Bio File L-Z (n.d.)

    3. Biographical Information (n.d.)

    4. Untitled (n.d.)

    5. Andrews, Michael (1952)

    6. Henry Turner Bailey (1928)

    7. Barkan, Manuel (1955-1965)

    8. Bealmer, William (1954)

    9. Beitel, Kenneth (2002, 1968)

    10. Bolin: "...1870 Mass. Free Institution in Drawing Act" (1985)

    11. Behrens, Roy R. (1998-2002)

    12. Chalmers, Graeme (n.d.)

    13. Chapman, Laura (1996-1999)

    14. Churchill, Angiola--Considerations Concerning Arts Projects... (n.d.)

    15. Conant, Howard (1972-1974)

    16. Czurles, Stanley (1974-1986)

    17. De Jong, Maryl (1995-1999)

    18. Dewey, John (1902)

    19. Farnum, Royal (1953)

    20. Feldman, Edmund (1955)

    21. De Francesco, I.L. (1951-1958)

    22. Fagan, Mary B.--"A Sequence of Art Experiences..." (n.d.)

    23. Freundlich, August L. Ferstshrigt (1974)

    24. Freyberger, Ruth (1990-1997)

    25. Gaitskell, C.D. Griswold, Whitney (1950-1954, 1981)

    26. Griswold, Whitney (1959)

    27. Gvilford, J.P. (n.d.)

    28. Hausman, Dr. Jerry (n.d.)

    29. John Hick's Classes and Materials (1994)

    30. The History of Miami University's Art Department by Marston Hodgin (1986)

    31. Hopkins, L. Thomas (1949)

    32. Hurwitz, Al (1975)

    33. Johnson, Ivan (1952-1954)

    34. Joyner, Sara (n.d.)

    35. Bibliography--History of Art Education (n.d.)

    36. Kinselberg, Carole--"Painting with Tempera in an Average 2nd Grade" (n.d.)

    37. Orvall, Kip (1950)

    38. Kenneth Lansing (1979)

    39. Lindsey, Julia--Biography (1992-1997)

    40. Longfellow, J.T. (1945)

    41. Viktor Lowenfeld Collection in the History of Art Education (n.d.)

    42. Lowenfeld, Viktor (1945-1982)

    43. Lowenfeld, Viktor (1960-1976)

    44. Mattil, Alice--Lowenfeld Paper (1997)

    45. Mattil, Edward L. (1960-1968)

    46. McFee, June King (1995)

    Fine Arts; Art Education Archives; Biographies of Art Educators: M-W; 1948-99; Box 3 [16A-C-6C] Files:

    1. McKibbin, M.A. (1948)

    2. MacLeish, Archibald, "Art Education and the Creative Process" (1954)

    3. L.F. McVitty (n.d.)

    4. McWhinnie, Harold (1988)

    5. Harold McWhinnie: Copy of Penn State Archives Collection list (1985-2001)

    6. McWhinnie, Harold (1984-1993)

    7. McWhinnie, Harold (1984-1989)

    8. McWhinnie, Harold (1985-1991)

    9. McWhinnie's Students (1993-1997)

    10. McWhinnie, Harold J. (1989-1991)

    11. McWhinnie, Harold J.: Personal Papers (n.d.)

    12. McWhinnie, Harold J. (1969, 1988)

    13. Harold J. McWhinnie Papers (1987-1998)

    14. Michael, John (1959-1992)

    15. John Michael's Gift to the Art Education Area for the Autiobiographical Lecture (n.d.)

    16. History of Art Education at Miami: The Development of Teacher Preparation by Miami University (n.d.)

    17. Development of Art Teacher Preparation by Miami University, by John Michael (n.d.)

    18. Lowenfeld Fund Committe: John Michael (1979-1980)

    19. Lowenfeld: Actual Transcription (n.d.)

    20. Untitled (n.d.)

    21. Lowenfeld Transcription (1958)

    22. Morris, Jerry: "Archives Bibliography" (1990)

    23. Owantonna Project (1935-1937, 1987)

    24. Pearson, James B. (n.d.)

    25. Walter Scott Perry: Essentials in Art Instruction for the Public Schools (1923)

    26. Poole, Lynn (1948)

    27. Read, Herbert: "Culture and Education in World Order" (1948)

    28. Seelheart, Robert (see Keel, John S. for more information) (1988)

    29. Untitled (n.d.)

    30. Walter Smith (n.d.)

    31. Smith, J.B. (1952)

    32. Peter Smith: Correspondence (1981, 1999)

    33. Smith, Peter (1999, 1999)

    34. Mary Stockrochi (n.d.)

    35. Tollifson, Jerry: Ohio State Art Education Consultant (1986-1992)

    36. Harold Truax (1993)

    37. Verworn, Max (1983)

    38. Viola, Wilhelm [Cizek] (n.d.)

    39. White, Warren Travis (1951)

    40. Whorl, Ruth (1953)

    41. Wilson, Francesca (1921)

    42. Winebrenner, Kenneth (1962-1967)

    43. Winslow, Leon (1951-1956, 199)

    44. Foster Wygant (1984-1985)

    Fine Arts; Art Education Archives; Curriculum Materials and Owatonna; 1940-95; Box 4 [16A-C-4A] Files:

    1. Central-Western Education Conference: "Bringing Art to the Public" (1940)

    2. Curriculumns: Assorted Public Schools (1966)

    3. Illinois Teacher Education "Developing An Art Program for the Elementary" (1953)

    4. Kentucky Curriculums / Standards (1987-1989)

    5. Kentucky Curriculums / Standards (1990)

    6. Untitled: Index Cards of Reading (n.d.)

    7. Untitled (n.d.)

    8. Owatonna (1944)

    9. NCAA: The Politics of the Visual Arts in Higher Education (1979)

    10. New York: Certificate for Teaching [Industrial Arts] (1940)

    11. New York: Mineola, N.Y., PUblic School Salary Schedule (1952)

    12. Oregon, U.S. Office of Education: Lanier, Vincent, Artist in Fictional Cinema (1968)

    13. Penn State: "Eight Keys to Creativity", based on Lowenfeld's research (1959)

    14. Penn State Conference Paper (1995)

    15. School Arts (1956)

    16. The Art Educationist, published by Binney and Smith Co. (1953)

    17. Western Arts Association, Vol. 47, No. 1 (1962)

    18. U.S. Office of Education: NEA "Artists in Schools" (n.d.)

    19. Untitled (1981)

    20. Ziegfeld, Edwin (1972)

    21. National Gallery of Art: Extension Programs Catalogue (1992)

    22. Untitled (1949)

    23. Research in Art Education: NEA Yearbook (1954)

    24. Research in Art Education: NEA Yearbook (1959)

    25. Research in Art Education: NEA Yearbook (1956)

    26. NAEA Publications (1972)

    27. NCAA's New Perspectives in Visual Arts Administration (1977)

    28. NCAA's Issues in the Adminstration of the Visual Arts (1978)

    Fine Arts; Art Education Archives; Audio Tapes: Lowenfeld; 1976-2000; Box 5 [16A-E-5C] Contents: Left Cassette Holder:

    1. Left Drawer: Art 603 (1981)

    2. Middle Drawer: Art 603 History of Art Education (1981)

    3. Right Drawer: Numbered Loose Cassettes for the NAEA (n.d.):

    9001. Arts for Confined Audiences

    9002. Origins of Feminism and the Future of Social Theory in Art Education

    9003. Elementary Approaches to Discovering Women's Place in Art

    9005. The Youngest Doecents, Touring and Teaching

    9007. The National Gallery of Art Teacher's Institute

    9010. Interpreting Works of Art as Social Metaphors

    9011. How to Look at Painting

    9012. Reconstructing the Seminar in Critical Theory

    9013. Creative Expression, Design or the Disciplines?

    9015. Putting Theory Into Practice: Integrating the Four Disciplines

    9016. Women Artists of Many Colors

    9018. B/T + A.R.T. = VT

    9021. Vygotsky, the Zone of Proximal Development and DBAE

    9022. Minority Artists: Contributors to the COMC Scholarship Raffle

    9023. Teaching Aesthetics: A Curriculum Framework That Works

    9024. Aesthetics: Theory and Practice

    9025. Teaching Aesthetics Awareness

    9026. Starting an Arts-Based Elementary Magnet Program

    9027. Art Teachers Develop DBAE Curriculum

    9029. Okay! Tell Me Why This DBAE Training Model Works in Rural Nebraska

    9030. Mainstreaming Art: More is More

    9031. An Expert System Knowledge Base for Art Criticism: Procedures and Recommendations

    9032. Study Materials for the Museum's Casual Visitors

    9033. Celebrations of Many Cultures

    9034. Themes of Life: Developing a DBAE Tour

    9036. Mainstreaming Special Kids in Elementry Art Classes

    9037. Aesthetics: What's Your Point of View

    9038. Studies in Art Education--Invited Lecture: Resolving Dichotomies in Art Education

    9039. Teaching Art Criticism to Elementary and Secondary School Students.

    9041. A Study of Attitudes Toward Art Education for the Gifted and Talented

    9042. Pencils and Computers as Drawing Media

    9045. Teaching Art to Families in Museums

    9047. Linkway to IBM

    9048. Art Criticism Teaching Strategies: 13 Ways of Interpreting, Critic T. McEvilley

    9050. A Discovery Room for Adults at Getty Museum

    9052. Aesthetics and Critical Thinking Skills in the Classroom

    9054. Profiles and Perceptions of Art Museum Educators and Direcotrs

    9053. Witness, Art in Action, Intellectually Gifted Students

    9055. On Collecting Women's Art and Native American Artifacts: Issues for Museum Curators

    9056. Taming Technology for the Classroom

    9060. Color Bibliography Research at the University of Minnesota

    9061. Issues of Equalitarianism and Elitism in Teaching Artistically Talented Students

    9062. Arte Latinoamericano Labeled Loose Cassettes:

    1. Natalie Robinson Cole, Part I (1976)

    2. Natalie Robinson Cole: Miami University Art Education, Part I (1976)

    3. Natalie Robinson Cole: Miami University Art Education, Part II (1976)

    4. Natalie Robinson Cole: Miami University Art Education (1976)

    5. Victor D'Amico (1974)

    6. Victor D'Amico, Copy (1974)

    7. Victor D'Amico: "A Humanizing Approach to Teaching Art", 1 and 2 of 3 (n.d.)

    8. Victor D'Amico: "A Humanizing Approach to Teaching Art", 3 of 3 (n.d.)

    9. Pearl Greenberg: Autobiographical Lecture (2000)

    10. Pearl Greenberg: Student Inverview (2000)

    11. Foster Wygant: Autobiographical Lecture, Original Copy #1 (1999)

    12. Foster Wygant: Graduate Student Interviews (1999)

    13. T. Zernich and G. Hardiman with D. Pilcher: Autobiographical Lecture (n.d.)

    14. T. Zernich and G. Hardiman with D. Pilcher: Autobiographical Lecture #2 (n.d.)

    15. T. Zernich and G. Hardiman with D. Pilcher: Autobiographical Lecture Transcript Copy (n.d.)

    Fine Arts; Art Education Archives; Lowenfeld Lecture Transcriptions and Autobiographical Lectures: A-L: Audio Tapes; 1953-98; Box 6 [16A-E-5B] Files: The Lowenfeld Lectures (n.d.):

    1. "Art and the Child"

    2. "The Creative Process, Extending the Frame of Reference Via Self-Expression"

    3. "Growth Components and Art Education"

    4. "Imitation, Workbooks, Coloring Books, Standards, Self-Expression and Subject Matter"

    5. "Visual Aids, Art, Motivation, Media, and Creativity Research"

    6. "Praise, Criteria of Creativity, and Integration"

    7. "Meaning of Culture, Integration of Art and Society, Competition, Grading, Motivational Procedures, and Discipline"

    8. "Subjective Evaluation, Objective Evaluation, and Evaluation Via the Various Components of Growth"

    9. "Exhibits, Creative Experiences for the Teacher, and Introduction to Scribbling: Impulses, Kinesthetic Experiences, Focus, and Control"

    10. "Integration of Art and Society, Scribbling: Stages, Evaluation--Intellectual and Emotional Growth"

    11. "Scribbling: Evaluation--Social, Perceptual, Physical, and Aesthetic Growth"

    12. "Scribbling: Evaluation--Creative Growth, Procedures, Techniques and Art Materials"

    13. "Methodological Approaches for Johnny and Mary, Scribbling: Value of Motion for the Very Young Child, Fingerpainting, Other Art Media, and Motivation"

    14. "The Pre-Schematic Stage: Group Motivation, Discovering a Relationship Between Drawing and Experience, Percepts and Concepts, Accidents in Art Work, and Analysis of Drawing"

    15. "The Pre-Schematic Stage: Percepts and Concepts Reviewed, Characteristics of Drawings, and Evaluation--Intellectual Growth"

    16. "The Pre-Schematic Stage: Aspects of Motivation, Evaluation--Intellectual, Emotional, Social, and Perceptual Growth"

    17. "The Pre-Schematic Stage: Evaluation--Physical, Aesthetic, and Creative Growth, and Motivation"

    18. "The Schematic Stage: Self-Assurance via Reptition of Symbols, Order in Space, Space-TIme Concepts and Symbols, Pure and Subjective Schema, and Three Deviations from the Schema"

    19. "The Schematic Stage: Space Schema, Color Schema, Design Concepts, Evaluation, Intellectual and Emotional Growth"

    20. "The Schematic Stage: Space and Time Representation, Evaluation--Social, Perceptual, Physical, Aesthetic, and Creative Growth, Motivation, and Art Materials"

    21. "The Schematic Stage: Color Motivation, Stage of Dawning Realism: Gangs, Sexual Awareness, Characterization, Group Work, and Cooperation"

    22. "Stage of Dawning Realism: Visual Perception, Color, Sincerity in Design, Evaluation--Intellectual, Emotional, Social, and Perceptual Growth"

    23. "The Stage of Dawning Realism: Evaluation--Perceptual, Physical, Aesthetic, and Creative Growth, and Motivation for Cooperation"

    24. "The Stage Preceding Adolescence--A Preparation, Meaning of Adolescence, Unconscious to Conscious Development, Three Approaches to Teaching Adolescent Art, Individuality Versus Conformity"

    25. "Stage Preceding Adolescence, Conditioning for Awareness, Subject Matter, Motivation, and Visual and Haptic Characteristics"

    26. "Art and theAdolescent"

    27. "Secondary Art Education: Meaning of Visual and Haptic Types for Teaching Methods, Realistic / Abstract Art and Artists, Judging Art--Conviction and Sincerity and Art of Our Time"

    28. "Art Education Therapy"

    29. "Theraputic Aspects of Art Education: A Case Study of Virginia, A Neurotic Child"

    30. "Theraputic Aspects of Art Education: A Case Study of Aggie, a Mongoloid Individual"

    31. "Theraputic Aspects of Art Education: A Case Study of Camilla, A Deaf-Blind Child" Top Level of Cassette Tapes:

    1. Rudolph Arnheim: NAEA Convention, Kansas City, MO, Master (n.d.)

    2. Rudolph Arnheim: NAEA Convention, Kansas City, MO (n.d.)

    3. Ralph Beelke (edited 1997)

    4. Miami University Art Education Autobiographical Lecture: Dr. Ralph Beelke (1977)

    5. Dr. Ralph Beelke (1977)

    6. Beelke (1977)

    7. Ralph Beelke: Autobiographical Lecture [copy], "Beginning of NAEA" and "Studies in Art Education" [side two] (1977)

    8. Miami University Art Education Autobiographical Lecture: Dr. Ralph Beelke (1977)

    9. Dr. Frank Barron Lecture at University of Oregon: "Some Investigation of the Characteristics of Creative People" (1959)

    10. Dr. Frank Barron Lecture at University of Oregon: "Some Investigation of the Characteristics of Creative People", copy 1 (1959)

    11. Dr. Frank Barron Lecture at University of Oregon: "Some Investigation of the Characteristics of Creative People", Master (1959)

    12. Master: Thomas Ballinger, University of Oregon; and Mortimer J. Adler: Art and Aesthetics Fine Art Festival (1953)

    13. Copy 1: Dr. Thomas Ballinger, University of Oregon (1955); Dr. Viktor Lowenfeld: "Creative and Mental Growth"; and M.J. Rosenberg, University of Michigan: "Popular Arts in America"

    14. Copy 1: Thomas Ballinger, University of Oregon; Mortimer J. Adler: Art and Aesthetics Fine Art Festival (1953)

    15. Master Tape 1: Dr. Thomas Ballinger, University of Oregon (1955); Dr. Viktor Lowenfeld: "Creative and Mental Growth"; and M.J. Rosenberg, University of Michigan: "Popular Arts in America"

    16. Master: Lecture to Students in Elementary Art Education; Thomas Ballinger at Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon (1961), Introduction: Shepard Levine

    17. Master: Thomas Ballinger, University of New Mexico: Color-Shape Experiment Interviews: Children and Adults (n.d.)

    18. Copy: Thomas Ballinger, University of New Mexico: Color-Shape Experiment Interviews: Children and Adults (n.d.)

    19. Thomas Ballinger, University of Oregon; Mortimer J. Adler, Arts and Aesthetics Fine Art Festival (1953)

    20. Lecture to Students in Elementary Art Education; Thomas Ballinger at Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon (1961), Introduction: Shepard Levine

    21. Copy 1: Rudolph Arnheim: NAEA Convention, Kansas City, MO (n.d.)

    22. D'Amico (1974)

    23. Victor D'Amico (1976)

    24. Stan Czurles (1988)

    25. The Art Education Autobiographical Lecture: Dr. Stanley A. Czurles (1988)

    26. Cole, D'Amico, Gaitskell: NAEA Presentation (1997)

    27. Natalie Robinson Cole, Part #1 [side 2] (1976); Wachowiak, Part #2 [side 1]

    28. Natalie Robinson Cole: "Creative Dance" Part 1, copy (1976)

    29. Copy: Natalie Robinson Cole, Miami University Art Education Part II (1976)

    30. Copy: Natalie Robinson Cole, Miami University Art Education Part I (1976)

    31. Laura H. Chapman: Interview with Art Education Graduate Assistants (1994)

    32. Laura H. Chapman: Autobiographical Lecture, MU Art Museum (1994)

    33. Copy 1: Buckminster Fuller Terminal Lecture, Part II (n.d.)

    34. Copy 1: Buckminster Fuller Terminal Lecture, Part I (n.d.)

    35. Copy 1: Buckminster Fuller Terminal Lecture, Part I (n.d.)

    36. Master: Buckminster Fuller Terminal Lecture, Part II (n.d.)

    37. Master Tape 2: Buckminster Fuller Terminal Lecture, Part I (n.d.)

    38. Master Tape 1: Buckminster Fuller Terminal Lecture, Part I (n.d.)

    39. Beelke, short (n.d.)

    40. Ralph Beelke (edited 1997) Bottom Level of Cassette Tapes:

    1. Copy 1: Jerome Hausman Autobiographical Lecture; and Graduate StudentQuestion and Answer (1997)

    2. Dr. Jerome Hausman Autobiographical Lecture (1997)

    3. Master: Jerome Hausman Autobiographical Lecture; Graduate Student Question and Answer (1997)

    4. Copy 1: Autobiographical Lecture Series Evening Lecture, 100 Art Building: Dr. Jerome Hausman (1997)

    5. Master: Autobiographical Lecture Series Evening Lecture, 100 Art Building: Dr. Jerome Hausman (1997)

    6. Original: Autobiographical Lecture G. Hardiman and T. Zernich with D. Pilcher (1998)

    7. Original; Panel Session with George Hardiman, Ted Zernich and Don Pilcher (1998)

    8. Autobiographical Lecture Talk with Graduate Students: J. Eugune Grigsby, Jr. (1995)

    9. Autobiographical Lecture Evening Lecture: J. Eugene Grigsby, Jr. (1995)

    10. Gaitskell Autobiography (1979)

    11. Charles Gaitshell (1979)

    12. Art Education Autobiographical Lecture: Dr. Edmund B. Feldman, NAEA President (1989)

    13. Copy 1: Elliot Eisher Autobiographical Lecture in Art Education (1996)

    14. Copy 2: Elliot Eisher Panel Discussion, Miami University (1996)

    15. Copy 3: Elliot Eisher Autobiographical Lecture in Art Education (1996)

    16. Copy 3: Elliot Eisher Panel Discussion, Miami University (1996)

    17. Master: Dorothy Dunn--Southwest Indian Art; Interviewed by Dr. A. Malsey (1955)

    18. Copy 1: Dorothy Dunn--Southwest Indian Art; Interviewed by Dr. A. Malsey (1955)

    19. Lowenfeld: "Art As A Unifying Force", presented to Souteastern Arts Association (n.d.)

    20. Lowenfeld Autobiography, Part 2 (n.d.)

    21. Victor Lowenfeld Autobiography, Part I (1951?)

    22. V. Lowenfeld Autobiography, Part II (n.d.)

    23. Viktor Lowenfeld Autobiography, Part I (n.d.)

    24. V. Lowenfeld, R. Bleeke, M. A. McKibben, E. Ziegfeld: NAEA Presentation (1996)

    25. Frederick Logan [copy] (1975)

    26. Logan: "Art and the American Public" (1975)

    27. Logan: Update, Growth in American Art Education (1975)

    28. Fred Logan (1975)

    29. Art Education Autobiographical Lecture: Dr. Kenneth Lansing (1992)

    30. Art Education Autobiographical Lecture / Graduate Student Interview: Dr. Kenneth Lansing (n.d.)

    31. Copy 2: Earl C. Kelley, NAEA Convention, Kansas City, MO (n.d.)

    32. Copy 1: Earl C. Kelley, NAEA Convention, Kansas City, MO (n.d.)

    33. Master: Earl C. Kelley, NAEA Convention, Kansas City, MO (n.d.)

    34. Ivan Johnson [copy] (1986)

    35. Ivan Johnson Autobiographical Lecture (1986)

    36. Al Hurwitz (1982)

    37. Dr. E.B. Feldman Panel Discussion (1989)

    Fine Arts; Art Education Archives; Archives Autobiographical Lecture Tapes: AA-Z, NAEA Lecture Audio Tapes, "Reviews in Art Education, Lowenfeld Lecture CD's; 1919-97; Box 7 [16A-E-3B] Contents: Books:

    1. Art For the Preprimary Child , edited by Hilda Lewis for the NAEA (1972)

    2. The Arts Education Review of Books, Vol 2., No. 2 (1986)

    3. Art of the Young Child, by The Museum of Modern Art, New York (1957)

    4. Practical Drawing: Arts and Crafts Course, Part 2 (1914)

    5. Practical Drawing: Modern Arts Course, Book One (1919)

    6. Practical Drawing: Modern Arts Course, Book Four (1919)

    7. Practical Drawing: Modern Arts Course, Book Five (1919)

    8. Practical Drawing: Modern Arts Course, Book Six (1919)

    9. Practical Drawing: Modern Arts Course, Book Seven (n.d.)

    10. Practical Drawing: Modern Arts Course, Book Eight (1919)

    11. Review of Research in Visual Arts Education, No. 11 (1979) Left Cassette Holder: Left Drawer, R-S

    1. Copy 1: M.J. Rosenberg, "Popular Arts in America", University of Michigan (n.d.)

    2. Master: M.J. Rosenberg, "Popular Arts in America", University of Michigan (n.d.)

    3. Harold Schultz (1978)

    4. Copy: Harold Schultz (1978)

    5. Master: Ben Shan, The Creative Mind Series #7 "The Painter as Creator"; Marley Modern Spanish Lessons, Dr. Angel Recording (n.d.)

    6. Copy: Ben Shan, The Creative Mind Series #7 "The Painter as Creator"; Marley Modern Spanish Lessons, Dr. Angel Recording (n.d.)

    7. Mary Stockrochi, In-Service Panel (n.d.)

    8. Edward Stone, NAEA Convention, Kansas City, MO

    9. Copy 1: Edward Stone, NAEA Convention, Kansas City, MO

    10. Master: Edward Stone, NAEA Convention, Kansas City, MO Left Cassette Holder: Middle Drawer, T-W

    1. Tape 2, Copy 1: Calvin Tayler: NAEA Convention, Kansas City, MO (n.d.)

    2. Tape 1, Copy 2: Calvin Tayler: NAEA Convention, Kansas City, MO (n.d.)

    3. Master Tape 2: Calvin Tayler: NAEA Convention, Kansas City, MO (n.d.)

    4. Master Tape 1: Calvin Tayler: NAEA Convention, Kansas City, MO (n.d.)

    5. Tape 2, Copy 2: Calvin Tayler: NAEA Convention, Kansas City, MO (n.d.)

    6. Tape 1, Copy 2: Calvin Tayler: NAEA Convention, Kansas City, MO (n.d.)

    7. Dr. Harold Truax: Formation; Master (n.d.)

    8. Wachowiak, Part 1: NAEA Presentation "Emphasis Art" (1993)

    9. Wachowiak, Part 2 (n.d.)

    10. Frank Wachowiak; Victor Lowenfeld (n.d.)

    11. Copy 1: Frank Lloyd Wright, The Creative Mind Series #2 "The Architect As Creator"

    12. Master: Frank Lloyd Wright, The Creative Mind Series #2 "The Architect As Creator" Left Cassette Holder: Right Drawer, Z

    1. Panel Session with George Hardiman, Ted Zernich, with Pilcher (n.d.)

    2. Edwin Ziegfeld Evening Lecture (1972)

    3. Copy: Edwin Ziegfeld Evening Lecture (1972)

    4. Edwin Ziegfeld Panel Discussion with Students (1972)

    5. Edwin Ziegfeld (edited 1997)

    6. Edwin Ziegfeld Autobiography (1972)

    7. Laura Zirbes, "Creativity in Education" (1957)

    8. Master: Laura Zirbes, "Creativity in Education" (1957)

    9. Copy 1: Laura Zirbes, "Creativity in Education" (1957)

    10. Master: Italo de Francesco, A New Dimension for Art Education; Laura Zirbes, "Creativity in Education" (1957)

    11. Copy 1: Italo de Francesco, A New Dimension for Art Education; Laura Zirbes, "Creativity in Education" (1957)

    12. Tape 1: Italo de Francesco, A New Dimension for Art Education; Laura Zirbes, "Creativity in Education" (1957) Right Cassette Holder: Left Drawer, M

    1. Copy 1: Alexander Masley, Career Counselor, KOB (n.d.)

    2. Master: Alexander Masley, Career Counselor, KOB (n.d.)

    3. Edward Mattil Autobiographical Lecture (1983)

    4. June King McFee and Mary McKibbon Telephone Conversations with Deb Stewart (n.d.)

    5. June King McFee, Miami University Art Education Autobiographical Lecture Group Discussion (n.d.)

    6. June King McFee Autobiography

    7. June King McFee, Miami University Art Education Autobiographical Lecture (n.d.)

    8. Mary Ad. McKibbin: Sort Segment "Chance" (n.d.)

    9. McKibben: "Chance" quote (n.d.)

    10. Mary A. McKibben (n.d.)

    11. McKibben, National Gallery Art Program (1973)

    12. Mary McKibben Art Education Autobiographical Lecture (1973) Right Cassette Holder: Middle Drawer, M

    1. Dr. Michael: Art 402 History of Art Education

    2. Dr. Michael: Art 402 History of Art Education, "Discipline"

    3. Dr. Michael: Art 402 History of Art Education "Discipline"

    4. Dr. Michael: Art 402 History of Art Education "Discipline"

    5. Reading Children's Art

    6. Michael / Abrahamson #1 (1987)

    7. Michael / Abrahamson #2 (1987)

    8. Michael / Abrahamson #3 (1987)

    9. Michael / Abrahamson #4 (1987)

    10. Dr. Michael teaching (n.d.)

    11. John MIchael Autobiographical Lecture (1991)

    12. John Michael Graduate Student Interview (1991) Right Cassette Holder: Right Drawer, P

    1. Tape 1: Helen Parkhurst Radio Broadcast "Children and Art: How We Like to Learn" (1955); Exploring the Child's World; Criticism, Truancy, with Introduction in Studio

    2. Tape 2: Helen Parkhurst Radio Broadcast "Children and Art: How We Like to Learn" (1955)

    3. Master: Helen Parkhurst Radio Broadcast "Children and Art: How We Like to Learn" (1955)

    4. Tape 1, Copy 1: Helen Parkhurst Radio Broadcast "Children and Art: How We Like to Learn" (1955)

    5. Tape 2, Copy 1: Helen Parkhurst Radio Broadcast "Children and Art: How We Like to Learn" (1955); Exploring the Child's World; Criticism: Truancy, with Introduction in Studio

    6. Master Tape 2: Helen Parkhurst Radio Broadcast "Children and Art: How We Like to Learn" (1955); Exploring the Child's World; Criticism: Truancy, with Introduction in Studio

    7. Copy 1: Parkhurst Criticism; Truancy; Exploring the Child's World with Introduction in Studio (1955)

    8. Master: Parkhurst Criticism; Truancy; Exploring the Child's World with Introduction in Studio (1955) Loose Cassette:

    1. "Maxine Green" (1990) Numbered Loose Cassettes for the NAEA (n.d.):

    9043. Minority Artists: Contributors to the COMC Scholarship Raffle

    9058. Tri-District Arts Consortium Cooperative

    9059. Art Teachers Attitudes, Beliefs and Practices Concerning Discipline-Based Art Education

    9063. New World School of the Arts, Miami, FL: How It Happened, How It Works: The Future

    9065. Arizona Highways Revisited: Understanding the Creative Expression...

    9066. Exploring Native American Symbolism

    9067. Approaches to Teaching Art History in the Classroom

    9068. Cultural Arts Program for Children Living in Temporary Shelters

    9069. Setting Up a Macintosh Computer Graphics Lab

    9070. Interdisciplinary Arts Pgrams with 'At Risk' Students Loose Compact Disks:

    1. National Center For Education Statistics: the NAEP 1997 Arts Report Card

    2. National Center For Education Statistics: The NAEP 1997 Arts Report Card Loose Compact Disks on Viktor Lowenfeld:

    2. Viktor Lowenfeld, The Lowenfeld Lecture Series, Lecture #2: "The Creative Art Process, Extending the Frame of Reference Via Self-Expression" (copied 2000)

    #28A. Lowenfeld Lecture #28, Side 1 (two copies)

    #28B1. Lowenfeld Lecture #28, Side 2 (two copies)

    #28B2. Lowenfeld Lecture #8 Part II (two copies)

    #29A. Lowenfeld Lecture #29, "A Case Study of Virginia, A Neurotic Child", A Side

    #29A. Lowenfeld Lecture #29A, "Lowenfeld on Frank Cizek", Side A (two copies)

    30. Lowenfeld Lecture #30, "A Case Study of Aggie, A Mongoloid Individual"

    Fine Arts; Art Education Archives; Reel-to-Reel Autobiographical Lectures: W-Z, Lowenfeld Lectures 1-18, 1st copy; 1972-78; Box 9 [16A-C-3A] Numbered Reels:

    1. Untitled (n.d.)

    2. Untitled (n.d.)

    3. Untitled (n.d.)

    4. 434 B, copy 1 (n.d.)

    5. Untitled, copy 1 (n.d.)

    6. Architecture, toward the end of tape, copy (n.d.)

    7. Untitled (n.d.)

    8. Untitled (n.d.)

    9. Untitled (n.d.)

    10. Untitled (n.d.)

    11. Untitled (n.d.)

    12. Untitled (n.d.)

    13. Untitled (n.d.)

    14. Copy 1: Pre-Schematic (n.d.)

    15. Copy 1: Pre-Schematic (n.d.)

    16. Copy 1: Pre-Schematic (n.d.)

    17. Copy 1: Pre-Schematic (n.d.)

    17-18. Original Pre-Schematic (n.d.) Reels:

    1. Victor Lowenfeld's story (n.d.)

    2. Victor Lowenfeld's life (n.d.)

    3. Victor Lowenfeld's life story (n.d.)

    4. Victor Lowenfeld: "Creative Development in Children" (n.d.)

    5. Victor Lowenfeld: "Creative Development in Children" (n.d.)

    6. Untitled (n.d.)

    7. Frank Wachowiak (1978)

    8. Frank Wachowiak, Autobiographical Lecture (1978)

    9. Copy: Frank Wachowiak, Autobiographical Lecture (1978)

    10. Dr. Edwin Ziegfeld Autobiographical Lecture (1972)

    11. Ziegfeld Interview with Students (1972)

    12. Ed Ziegfeld (1972)

    13. Ziegfeld Lecture Continued, and Interview with Students (1972)

    Fine Arts; Art Education Archives; Reel-to-Reel Lowenfeld Lectures 18-29 (1st copy), Lowenfeld Lectures 1-14 (Original Copies); 1944-93; Box 10 [16A-C-3B] Contents: Numbered Reels (n.d.):

    1. Introduction to Art Education: The Individual and the Creative Art Process

    2. The Creative Art Process: Extending the Frame Reference Via Self-Expression, by Lowenfeld

    3. Growth Components and Art Education

    4. Imitation, Workbooks, Coloring Books, Standards, Self-Expression & Subject Matter

    6. Praise, Criteria of Creativity, and Integration

    7. Meaning of Culture, Integration of Art and Society, Competition, Grading, Motivational Procedures, and Discipline

    8. Subjective Evaluation, Objective Evaluation, and Evaluation Via the Various Components of Growth

    9. Exhibits; Creative Experience for the Teacher; and the Introduction to Scribbing Stage: Impulses, Kinesthetic Experiences, Focus and Control

    11. Scribbling Stage: Evaluation of Social, Perceptual, Physical and Aesthetic Growth

    12. Scribbling Stage: Evaluation of Creative Growth; Procedures; Techniques; and Art Materials

    13. Methodological Approaches for Johnny and Mary; Scribbling: Value of Motion for the Very Young Child; Fingerpainting; Other Art Media; and Motivation

    14. The Pre-Schematic Stage: Group Motivation, Discovering a Relationship Between Drawing and Experience, Percepts and Concepts, Accidents in Art Work, and Analysis of Drawings

    18. Untitled

    19. Untitled

    19-20. Untitled

    20. Untitled

    21. Untitled

    22. Untitled

    23. Untitled

    23-24. Untitled

    24. Untitled

    25. Untitled

    25. Untitled

    26. V. Lowenfeld: Secondary Level

    27. V. Lowenfeld: Case Study of Aggie, A Mongoloid Lecture

    27. V. Lowenfeld: Aggie

    28. V. Lowenfeld: Virginia and Neorotics and Psychotics

    28. V. Lowenfeld: Virginia--Psychotic-Neurotics

    29. V. Lowenfeld: Lecture #29: Virginia

    29. Cizek

    30A. V. Lowenfeld, part A, talk to 434C

    30B. V. Lowenfeld, part B, talk to 434C

    Four unlabeled, undated reels

    Fine Arts; Art Education Archives; Reel-to-Reel Lowenfeld Lectures 15-33 (original copies) and Miscellaneous Reels; 1952-85; Box 11 [16A-C-3C] Contents: Numbered Reels (n.d.):

    15. The Pre-Schematic Stage: Percepts and Concepts Reviewed, Characteristics of Drawings, and Evaluation of Intellectual Growth.

    16. The Pre-Schematic Stage: Aspects of Motivation, Evaluation of Intellectual, Emotional, Social and Perceptual Growth.

    17. The Pre-Schematic Stage: Evaluation of the Physical, Aesthetic, and Creative Growth; and Motivation.

    18. The Schematic Stage: Self-Assurance via Reptition of Symbols, Order in Space, Space-Time Concepts and Symbols, Pure and Subjective Schemata, and Three Deviations from the Schema.

    20. The Schematic Stage: Space and Time Representation; Evaluation of Social, Perceptual, Physical, Aesthetic, and Creative Growth; Motivation; and Art Materials.

    21. The Schematic Stage: Color Motivation; The Stage of Dawning Realism: Gangs, Sexual Awareness, Characterization, Group Work, and Cooperation.

    22. The Stage of Dawning Realism: Visual Perception; Color; Sincerity in Design; Evaluation of Intellectual, Emotional, Social, and Perceptual Growth.

    23. The Stage of Dawning Realism: Review of Space and Time Representatives; Evaluations of Perceptual, Physical, Aesthetic, and Creative Growth; and Motivation for Cooperation.

    24. The Stage Preceeding Adolescence: A Preparation, Meaning of Adolescence, Unconscious to Conscious Development, Three Approaches to Teaching Adolescent Art, Individuality versus Conformity.

    25. The Stage Preceeding Adolescence: Conditioning for Awareness, Subject Matter, Motivation, and Visual and Haptic Characteristics.

    26. Secondary Art Education: Philosophic Considerations--Art in Art Education, Material Value versus Personal Values (Creativity, Aesthetic Experience, Sensitivity to One's Sensory Experience,

    27. Secondary Art Education: Meaning of Visual and Haptic Types for Teaching Methods; Realistic/Abstract Art and Artists; Judging Art--Convention and Sincerity; and Art of Our Time.

    28. Therapeutic Aspects of Art Education: Psychotic-Neurotic Considerations.

    29. Therapeutic Aspects of Art Education: A Case Study of Virginia, A Neurotic Child.

    30. Therapeutic Aspects of Art Education: A Case Study of Aggie, a Mongoloid Individual.

    31. Therapeutic Aspects of Art Education: A Case Study of Camilla, a Deaf-Blind Child. NAEA Convention, Kansas City, MO, Reels (1963):

    1. Address by Rudolph Arnheim.

    2. Address by Earl C. Kelly.

    3. Address by Earl C. Kelly.

    4. Address by Edward Stone.

    5. Address by Calvin Taylor. Ballinger:

    1. Art and Aesthetics Fine Arts Festival (1953)

    2. Interviews: Children and Adults; Color-Shape Experiment (1985).

    3. Lecture to Students in Elementary Art Education at Oregon State University (1961)

    4. "Some Investigation of the Characteristics of Creative People" (1959) Cizek

    1. Cizek, Tape 2, both sides (n.d.)

    2. Cizek--Lindas, Psych-Neurotic

    3. Cizek: a) Side 1; b) Side 2 (n.d.) Lowenfeld:

    1. Aggie and Camilla (n.d.)

    2. Creative Development in Children (n.d.)

    3. Lecture to Art Education Majors on Secondary Level: "Secondary Art" (n.d.)

    4. Virginia, 28 Part I Labeled Reels:

    1. Dr. P. Dreikers (1959)

    2. Laura Jirbes "Creativity in Education"; Italo de Fracesco "A New Dimension for Art" (n.d.)

    3. Lebanon Correctional Institiute; Columbus Mental Institute

    4. Dr. Ernest Melby, "Challenges to Teachers to Understand Students" (1966)

    5. Sculpture Discussion (1966)

    6. Parkhurst, "Children and Art", "How We Like to Learn" (1955)

    7. Parkhurst, "Exploring the Child's World", "Truancy" (1955)

    8. Dr. Lewis Raths, "Discipline" (n.d.)

    On top of Numbered Reels: Six reels without date or label

    Fine Arts; Art Education Archives; John Michael's Elma Pratt Collection; 1912-90; Box 12 [16A-F-2C] Files:

    1. Craw, E.: The Use of the Plant in Decorative Design by Lawrence and Caroline Sheldon (1912)

    2. Craw, E.: Picture Studies, Series #2, N. 1,2, by Emma Roberts (1917)

    3. Craw, E.: Industrial and Applied Art Book, Atkinson; Mentzer and Company (1920)

    4. Craw, E.: The American Magazine of Art, Vol. 14, No. 10 (1923)

    5. Craw, E.: The American Magazine of Art, Vol. 23, No. 5 (1931)

    6. Craw, E.: The American Magazine of Art, Vol. 29, No. 7 (1936)

    7. Craw, E.: The American Crayon Co., "The Second Stencil Book", Emmy Zweybruck (1940)

    8. Craw, E.: Frang Co., Silk Screen, "Effective Motives", Emmy Zweybruck (1945)

    9. Craw, E.: Figure Drawing, Victor Perard, Pitman Publishing Co. (1956)

    10. Craw, E.: Artist Jr. Magazines (1963-1970)

    11. Craw, E.: page from Church Story Paper for Boys and Girls, United Methodist Church (1969)

    12. Craw, E.: Crayola Crayons Creative Drawing Book (n.d.)

    13. Pratt, Elma: Diary

    14. Pratt, Elma: Diary

    15. Pratt, Elma: Diary

    16. Pratt, Elma Collection: Ideas and Goals

    17. Pratt, Elma Collection: Philosophies of Art; Philosophies of Children's Art

    18. Pratt, Elma Collection: Letters

    19. Pratt, Elma Collection: Philosophies of Art and Plasant Art

    20. Pratt, Elma Collection: Hungary--Anti-Semitism, WWII (1968 )

    21. Pratt, Elma Collection: International School of Arts Exhibit

    22. Pratt, Elma Collection: International School of Art, History & Activities

    23. Pratt, Elma Collection: Staff of the nternational School of Art

    24. Pratt, Elma Collection: Letters

    25. Pratt, Elma Collection: sampling of Letters of Appreciation

    26. Pratt, Elma Collection: Letters, Carl Fox

    27. Pratt, Elma Collection: Stories and Documentary Materials on Collection

    28. Pratt, Elma Collection: Life History

    29. John Michael: Research Autobiography

    30. John Michael: Art Research Career Receives Recognition

    31. John Michael: Curriculum Vita

    32. John Michael: Article for Art Educator of the Year (1990)

    33. John Michael: Classnotes Lowenfeld (1957)

    34. John Michael: Class Notes Statistics Publications:

    1. Arts Education Advocacy, an Alliance for Arts Education project (1976)

    2. Studies in Art Education: A Journal of Issues and Research in Art Education, Vol. 15, No. 1, by the NAEA (1973)

    3. Viewpoints: Dialogue in Art Education, Center for the Visual Arts, Illinois State University, editor, Max R. Rennels, two copies (1990)

    Fine Arts; Art Education Archives; OAEA Assorted Publications from John Michael; 1944-93; Box 13 [16A-E-1A] Files:

    1. OAEA News Letter, Vol. 1, No. 1 (1963)

    2. OAEA News Letter, Vol. II, Nos. 1-4 (1964)

    3. OAEA News Letter, Vol. III, Nos. 1-4 (1965)

    4. OAEA News Letter, Vol. IV, Nos. 1-4 (1966)

    5. OAEA News Letter, Vol. V, Nos. 1-3 (1967)

    6. OAEA News Letter, Vol. VI, Nos. 1-2 (1968)

    7. OAEA News Letter, Vol. VII, Nos. 1 and 3 (1969)

    8. OAEA News Letter, Vol. III, No. 1 (1970)

    9. OAEA News Letter, Vol. IX, No. 1 (1970)

    10. OAEA News Letter, Vol. X, Nos. 1-2 (1971)

    11. OAEA Journal, Vol. 10, No. 3 (1971)

    12. OAEA Journal, Vol. XI, Nos. 1-4 (1972)

    13. OAEA Journal, Vol. XII, Nos. 1-4 (1973)

    14. OAEA Journal, Vol. XIII, No. 2 (1974)

    15. OAEA Journal, Vol. XIV, Nos. 1-2 (1975)

    16. OAEA Journal, Vol. XV, Nos. 1-3 (1976)

    17. OAEA Journal, Vol. 16, Nos. 1-3 (1977)

    18. OAEA Journal, Vol. 17, Nos. 1-4 (1978)

    19. OAEA Journal, Vol. 18, Nos. 1-4 (1979)

    20. OAEA Journal, Vol. 19, Nos. 1-3 (1980)

    21. OAEA Journal, Vol. 20, Nos. 1-3 (1981)

    22. OAEA Journal, Vol. 21, Nos. 1-3 (1982)

    23. OAEA Journal, Vol. 22, Nos. 1-3 (1983)

    24. OAEA Journal, Vol. 23, Nos. 1-3 (1984)

    25. OAEA Journal, Vol. 24, Nos. 1-3 (1985)

    26. OAEA Journal, Vol. 25, Nos. 1-3 (1986)

    27. OAEA Journal, Vol. 26, Nos. 1-2 (1987)

    28. OAEA Journal, Vol. 27, Nos. 2-3 (1988)

    29. OAEA Journal, Vol. 30, No. 1 (1992)

    30. OAEA Journal, Vol. 31, Nos. 1-2 (1993) Publications:

    1. Eastern Arts Association Convention (1964)

    2. Innovation at Illinois State University (1972-73)

    3. NAEA's Studies in Art Education: A Journal of Issues and Research in Art Education, Vol. 6, No. 1 (1964)

    4. NAEA's Art and the Adolescent, Eighth Yearbook of the NAEA (1957)

    5. NAEA's Art Education Organizers, 1949 Yearbook (1949)

    6. NEA's Art... for the Academically Talented Student (1961)

    7. NAEA's Noted Scholar Series: Teaching Art and So On, by Edmund Burke Feldman (1994)

    8. NEA Research Bulletin, Vol. 47, No. 2 (1969)

    9. It's Fun to Draw edited by Alan D. Bogorad (1944)

    10. Things To Make in Arts and Crafts by Grace A. Randall (1947)

    11. Review of Research in Visual Arts Education, No. 10 (1979)

    12. Our Expanding Vision.. Art, Book Two: Art... a way to know by Kelly Fearing (1960)

    Fine Arts; Art Education Archives; JAEA Assorted Publications from John Michael; NAEA Assorted Materials from John Michael; 1959-2002; Box 14 [16A-E-1B] Files:

    1. OAEA Journal, Vol. 49, Nos. 1-2 (1990)

    2. OAEA Journal, Vol. 28, Nos. 1-3 (1989)

    3. OAEA Journal, Vol. 32, Nos. 1-2 (1994)

    4. OAEA Journal, Vol. 33, Nos. 1-2 (1995)

    5. Canada's National Art Education News Magazine ViewPoints, Vol. 1, No. 1 (1994)

    6. OAEA Convention (1959)

    7. OAEA Convention (1960)

    8. OAEA Convention (1995)

    9. OAEA Conference (1977)

    10. OAEA Conference (1978)

    11. OAEA Conference (1980)

    12. OAEA Conference (1981)

    13. OAEA Leadership Conference (1983)

    14. OAEA Miscellaneous: John Michael Correspndence

    15. OAEA / SWDAEA Board of Directors Agenda (1996)

    16. OAEA: Making the museum connection (1987)

    17. OAEA Distinguished Fellows (1994)

    18. OAEA Ohio Art Line (1996)

    19. OAEA Ohio Art Line (1998)

    20. OAEA Ohio Art Line (1999)

    21. NAEA Writing for NAEA (n.d.)

    22. NAEA Grant Applications (n.d.)

    23. NAEA Translations (n.d.)

    24. NAEA Reform Initiatives (1997)

    25. NAEA Updates (n.d.)

    26. NAEA Advertisements (n.d.)

    27. NAEA News (1970-1975)

    28. NAEA News, Vol. 25, Nos. 1-6 (1983)

    29. NAEA News, Vol. 29, Nos. 1-6 (1997)

    30. NAE News, Vol. 38, Nos. 1-6 and special edition, (1996)

    31. NAE News, Vol. 39, Nos. 1-6 and special edition, (1997)

    32. NAE News, Vol. 40, Nos. 1-6 and special edition, (1998)

    33. NAE News, Vol. 41, Nos. 1-6 and special edition, (1999)

    34. NAEA News (2000)

    35. NAEA News (2001)

    36. UCAE Newsletters (1991-2002)

    37. UCAE Membership Lists (n.d.)

    Fine Arts; Art Education Archives; Victor D'Amico Assorted Materials for John Michael; 1939-82; Box 15 [16A-E-5A] Files:

    1. Photo: Victor D'Amico (n.d.)

    2. D'Amico, Victor; Weller, Allen; "Art Education in the United States" (n.d.)

    3. D'Amico, Victor: Child Art Papers (n.d.)

    4. Committee on Art Education: "Pictures for Children Aged 3-12 Years" (n.d.)

    5. Committee on Art Education: "Art Teacher Training--Is It Meeting Today's Needs?" (n.d.)

    6. The Museum of Modern Art as an Educational Institution (n.d.)

    7. National Committee on Art Education: "Basic Art Materials for Home and School use" (n.d.)

    8. D'Amico, Victor: Personal Letters and Comments

    9. Progressive Education Association: "The Visual Arts in General Education" (1939)

    10. D'Amico on Faculty, Fieldston School Yearbook (1940)

    11. The Museum of Modern Art, Bulletin, 3 Volume X (1943)

    12. D'Amico, Victor: "A Study of the Crafts in General Education" (1952)

    13. D'Amico, Victor: "Creative Teaching in Art" (1953)

    14. V. D'Amico Article, Family Circle Magazine, "Wood Working Fun For Father and Son" (1953)

    15. National Committee on Art Education, Annual Conference (1957)

    16. National Committee on Art Education, The Art in Art Education (1958)

    17. National Committee on Art Education, "Contests and Competitions" (1959)

    18. National Committee on Art Education, 18th Annual Conference (1960)

    19. D'Amico, Victor: "Does Creative Education Have A Future?" (1963)

    20. The Second Annual Reed and Barton Design Lecture (1963)

    21. D'Amico Article, "Arts and Activities" (1969)

    22. Arts and Activities (1970)

    23. D'Amico, Victor: "Art Barge" Workshop (1972)

    24. D'Amico, Victor: "50 Years of Humanizing the Arts" (1979)

    25. Letters: V. D'Amico To/From John MIchael (1981-1982)

    26. Hamptons Exchange, Article on D'Amico and The Art Barge (1981)

    27. Untitled (n.d.)

    28. Biographical File (1986)

    29. Center for the Study of History of Art Education (n.d.)

    30. Michael Truax Research (n.d.)

    31. Research Graduate Assistant Applications (n.d.)

    32. City Supervisors / Directors (n.d.)

    33. State Supervisors / Directors (n.d.)

    34. Verworn, Ideo. Kunst (n.d.)

    35. Mary Claire Owen, NAEA Office Book Research (n.d.)

    36. Untitled (n.d.)

    Fine Arts; Art Education Archives; NAEA Documents; 1970-2000; Box 16 [16A-E-1C] Files:

    1. National Art Honor Society (NAHS) Handbook, Truesdale, Jerry (1981)

    2. NAHS Handbook (1981)

    3. NAHS 1st Handbook (n.d.)

    4. NAHS Documents (1984)

    5. NAHS Hanbook, Materials Catalogue (1999-2000)

    6. NAEA Joint Publication with American Institute of Architects (n.d.)

    7. Scratch-Art Paper, Package Insert (n.d.)

    8. NAEA Wilson Report, Case for Clay, Micro-Computers in Art Education, Applesseds (n.d.)

    9. NAEA Assorted Publications Flyers (n.d.)

    10. NAEA Creativity and Art Education (n.d.)

    11. NAEA Research / Commissions (n.d.)

    12. NAEA Art Unit Planning Kit (n.d.)

    13. NAEA Convention Evaluation (1951)

    14. NAEA Flyers (1970-1980)

    15. NAEA U.S. Postal Service Stamp for Bicentennial Children's Art (1975)

    16. NAEA Convention, Atlanta (1980)

    17. NAEA Scholarship Books (1985-1989)

    18. NAEA Assorted Flyers (1985-1989)

    19. NAEA Convention Registration (1986-1989)

    20. NAEA Exhibitor's Prospectus (1986-1989)

    21. NAEA Handbooks, Etc. (1987-1988)

    22. NAEA Advisory's (1987-1989)

    23. NAEA Policy Statement on Art Contests and Competitiveness (1988)

    24. NAEA Scholarship Book (1988)

    25. NAEA Constitution (1988)

    26. NAEA Summer Promotions / Flyers (1988)

    27. NAEA Assorted Brochures and Documents (1988-1989) Publications:

    1. American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco: Arts and Learning Research (1986)

    2. Arts in Society, Vol. 13, No. 1: Religious Communities and the Arts (1976)

    3. NAEA, A National Survey of Art(s) Education, 1984-85 (1986)

    4. NAEA Curriculum Guides in Art Education (1970)

    5. Report of the NAEA Commission on Art Education (1977)

    6. Scientia Paedagogica Experimentalis, VII, 1 (1970)

    7. Scientia Paedagogica Experimentalis, VIII, 1, seven copies (1971)

    Fine Arts; Art Education Archives; NAEA Documents; 1972-2000; Box 17 [16A-E-2A] Files:

    1. Untitled (n.d.)

    2. Convention Management Seminar (1972-1988)

    3. Art Work File (n.d.)

    4. NAEA (1987-1988)

    5. NAEA Posters and Bulletins (n.d.)

    6. Rebates Withheld File (n.d.)

    7. Untitled (n.d.)

    8. Renewal Notice Supplements (1985)

    9. Cover for Appleseed (n.d.)

    10. Membership Forms Other Organizations (n.d.)

    11. Membership Bulletins (1982-1983)

    12. Student Chapters (1991)

    13. Membership Batch #107022 (1991)

    14. Autobiographical Lecture (n.d.)

    15. Untitled (Promotional Material) (n.d.)

    16. Untitled (Membership Applications) (n.d.)

    17. Untitled (NAEA Mail) (1990)

    18. Untitled (NAEA Mail) (n.d.)

    19. Untitled (NAEA, Nancy MacGregor, "Who Speaks for Art Education?") (n.d.)

    20. Untitled (NAEA newsletters) (1985)

    21. Untitled (NAEA Awards Programs) (n.d.)

    22. Untitled (NAEA Art Work, Envelope and Letterhead, Engravers Roman Type) (n.d.)

    23. Untitled (NAEA Photos for ballot) (n.d.)

    24. Untitled (NAEA, Finding A Job, Elementary and Secondary, Dr. Hatfield) (n.d.) Cardboard File:

    1. Miscellaneous Materials: Photographs, letters (n.d.) Publications:

    1. NAEA 40th Annual Convention, Los Angeles, Art Connecting to the Future (2000)

    Fine Arts; Art Education Archives; NAEA Materials; 1960-2002; Box 18 [16A-E-2B] Files:

    1. NAEA Forms, Booklets, Etc (1988-1989)

    2. NAEA Building Expansion Plans (1989)

    3. NAEA 1st Foundation Brochure (1989)

    4. NAEA Keynote Addresses (1991)

    5. NAEA A Statement on Arts Education to the President and Congress (1991)

    6. NAEA Keynote Addresses (1992)

    7. NAEA Keynote Addresses (1994)

    8. NAEA A Vision For Art Education Reform (1995)

    9. NAEA Keynote Addresses (1996)

    10. NAEA Teacher Education for the Arts Discipline (1996)

    11. NAEA Keynote Addresses (1997)

    12. NAEA Convention Site Study (1998)

    13. NAEA Fax Folder (1999-2000)

    14. NAEA Keynote Addresses (1999)

    15. NAEA Membership Aplication (2000)

    16. NAEA College and University Chapter Manual (2001)

    17. NAEA Postcard Membership Promotion (n.d.)

    18. NAEA 40th Anniversary (n.d.)

    19. NAEA 40th Anniversary (n.d.)

    20. NAEA Art Education in the Junior High School (1964)

    21. NAEA Journal, Vol. 2, No. 1 (1960)

    22. NAEA Penn State Archive and Manuscript Collection (n.d.)

    23. NAEA Report of the Commission on Art Education (1965)

    24. NAEA Journal, Vol. 2, No. 2 (1961)

    25. NAEA Journal, Vol. 55, No. 1 (2002)

    26. NAEA Report of Progress (1948)

    27. Untitled (n.d.)

    28. Membership Renewal Program Telephone Calls (n.d.)

    29. Vendors For Coupon Promotion (1985-1986)

    30. Price Increase Notice (n.d.)

    31. Renewal Letters, Samples / IDdeas (n.d.)

    32. Terminated: NationalPromotion for Renewals, original letter (n.d.)

    33. Special Back Issue Promotional, Former Members (1982)

    34. Readers' Hall of Fame (n.d.)

    35. "Aha" Promotion for Former Members (1982)

    36. Donation Letters (n.d.)

    37. Membership Batch #107019 (1991) Publications:

    1. Art in American Higher Institutions, NAEA (1970)

    2. McWhinnie, Harold James: "The Effects of a Learning Experience Upon the Preference for Complexity And Assymmetry in Fifth Grade Children", multiple copies (1968)

    3. NASSP Bulletin, Vol. 63, No. 430 (1979)

    4. Scientia Paedagogica Experimentalis, IV, 2, multiple copies (1967)

    5. Scientia Paedagogica Experimentalis , V, 1, two copies (1968)

    6. Scientia Paedagogica Experimentalis, VII, 1 (1970)

    7. Scientia Paedagogica Experimentalis, VIII, 1 (1971)

    8. Scientia Paedagogica Experimentalis, IX, 1, multiple copies (1972)

    Fine Arts; Art Education Archives; The RITA Study Papers; 1973-89; Box 19 [16A-D-2A] Files:

    1. Untitled (1975-1988)

    2. Proposals (1980-1984)

    3. Validation (1981)

    4. Rita, 1 of Each (1975-1987)

    5. Text References to Rita (1976-1982)

    6. NAERC (1973-1989)

    7. Papers: Heroh, Geahigan, Feldman, Harrington (1977-1989)

    8. Scholarly Papers (1974-1976)

    9. Kennedy Documents (1979-1985)

    10. Corwin Writing (1976-1985)

    Fine Arts; Art Education Archives; The RITA Study Papers; 1975-98; Box 20 [16A-D-2B] Files:

    1. Replicators (1979-1990)

    2. Eric (1977-1989)

    3. JDRP (1975-1981)

    4. Reading Tests (1975-1979)

    5. Sunrise Semester: Reading in Content Area Course (1979)

    6. Sunrise Semester: Reading Tests (1976-1987) Publications

    1. NAEA 25th Annual Convention, Dallas, Texas (1985)

    2. NAEA 26th Annual Convention, New Orleans, Louisiana, four copies (1986)

    3. NAEA 27th Annual Convention, Boston, Massachusetts (1987)

    4. NAEA 28th Annual Convention, Los Angeles, California, three copies (1988)

    5. NAEA 29th Annual Convention, Washington, D.C., four copies (1989)

    6. NAEA 30th Annual Convention, Kansas City, Missouri (1990)

    7. NAEA 31st Annual Convention, Atlanta, Georgia (1991)

    8. NAEA 33rd Annual Convention, Chicago, Illinois (1993)

    9. NAEA 34th Annual Convention, Baltimore, Maryland (1994)

    10. NAEA Golden Anniversary Convention, New Orleans, Louisiana, two copies (1997)

    11. Seminar for Research in Art Education, Abstracts of Research Presentations, NAEA Annual Conference (1997)

    12. NAEA 38th Annual Convention, Chicago, Illinois, two copies (1998)

    Fine Arts; Art Education Archives; The RITA Study Papers; 1954-90; Box 21 [16A-D-2C] Files:

    1. Cognition, RITA

    2. Research

    3. Culteral Literacy Conference

    4. Sylvia K. Corwin

    5. Miscellaneous

    6. Miscellaneous RITA Publications

    7. Miscellaneous Articles

    8. Everyday Art, The American Crayon Company (Spring 1970 - Spring 1974); and NEA Research Bulletins (October 1958 - May 1972) Publications:

    1. Journal of Language Experience, Vol. 10, No. 2 (1990)

    2. The Reading Teacher, Vol. 40, No. 1 (1986)

    3. The Reading Teacher, Vol. 40, No. 9 (1987)

    4. Report of the Commission on Art Education, NAEA (1965)

    5. Review of Educational Research, Vol. 51, No. 4 (1981)

    6. Review of Resarch in Visual Arts Education, No. 10 (1979)

    7. What Research Says to the Teacher, No. 6, NEA (1954)

    8. What Research Says to the Teacher, No. 8, NEA (1955)

    Fine Arts; Art Education Archives; The RITA Study Papers; 1968-84; Box 22 [16A-D-3A] Files:

    1. RITA California Achievement Test [CAT] Scores (1981)

    2. CAT Scores (1982)

    3. RITA PSEN Data Sheets (1982)

    4. SOBAR Tests (1981-1982)

    5. CAT B Tests (1982)

    6. RITA CAT B Tets (1982)

    7. RITA BOE Data (1980-1981)

    8. RITA CAT Scores (1981)

    9. 1981-1982

    10. RITA PSEN Exams, Raw Scores (1980)

    11. RITA PSEN Exams, Raw Scores (1981)

    12. Tests, Fall Term (1980-1981)

    13. Miscellaneous Exams

    14. Miscellaneous Exams 2

    15. Testing

    16. Testing (1983-1984)

    17. RITA J.F. Kennedy Testing

    18. Miscellaneous Paperwork

    19. Testing Publications:

    1. Everyday Art, The American Crayon Company, Vol. 47-49 (Fall 1968 - Fall 1970)

    Fine Arts; Art Education Archives; The RITA Study Papers; 1962-82; Box 23 [16A-D-3B] Files:

    1. Friends of RITA

    2. Friends of RITA, Correspondence

    3. Fall Term (1981-1982)

    4. Sobar Answer Sheets (1982)

    5. Spring Term (1981-1982)

    6. Testing (1982)

    7. Awareness

    8. Reading for I.A. (1981-1982)

    9. Miscellaneous Publications:

    1. Art in American Higher Institutions, NAEA (1970)

    2. Everyday Art, Vol. 40-44 (Spring 1962-Winter 1966

    3. California Journal of Educational Research, three copies (1973)

    Fine Arts; Art Education Archives; The RITA Study Papers; 1923-62; Box 24 [16A-D-3C] Files:

    Miscellaneous CAT Exams, Raw Scores, Assorted Notebooks, and Assorted Publications, including Everyday Art (1923, 1953-1962)

    Fine Arts; Art Education Archives; John Michael Correspondence; 1945-2000; Box 25 [16A-F-1B] Files:

    1. Important Art Education Signatures 1

    2. Important Art Education Signatures 2

    3. Important Art Education Signatures 3

    4. Miscellaneous Articles, mainly by Harold J. McWhinnie (1970-1990)

    5. Joyous Vision (1999)

    6. Artists

    7. Letters (1996)

    8. Harold J. McWhinnie (1996)

    9. Permission Forms Papers:

    1. The Hambridge Papers: Vol. 1, Dynamic Symmetry: The Golden Ratios (Life of Jay Hambridge); Vol. 2, The Way Is Beauty (Life of Mary Hambridge); Vol. 3, The Golden Section, by Harold J. McWhinnie (n.d.)

    2. Section of The Hambridge Papers: Chapter 3, Mary Hambridge and the Crafts of the Southern Highlands (1945-1960)

    3. Section of The Hambridge Papers: Chapter 6, The Late Years

    4. Leadership Audit of University-Based Performing Arts Centers: A Delphi Approach, page 1-82, dissertation by Julianne K. Ferris (1998)

    5. Leadership Audit of University-Based Performing Arts Centers: A Delphi Approach, page 83-174, dissertation by Julianne K. Ferris (1998)

    6. The Milton Project: Paradise Lost with Selections from Beowulf; Book Three; Satan's Trip to the New World, by Harold J. McWhinnie (2000) Publication: 1. Readings in Art Education, by Elliot W. Eisner and David W. Ecker (1966)

    Fine Arts; Art Education Archives; John Michael Correspondence; 1912-2003; Box 26 [16A-F-1C] Files:

    1. Lowenfeld on Cizer (1984)

    2. Marten E. Tamsma Correspondence (1974-1978)

    3. National Society for the Study of Education (1963)

    4. US Study Research Project (1966-1967)

    5. Cullen: Ohioana (1975, 1989)

    6. McWhinnie (2000)

    7. Cardassilaris, Nicole: Study of Elma Pratt (2002)

    8. School Articles (1990-1999)

    9. College Art Association History (1912-1994)

    10. Penn State Grad Club (1956-1989

    11. NAEA News (2000-2001)

    12. Boor: Art Education in Junior High (1957-1984)

    13. NAEA Materials (1976-2002)

    14. Miscellaneous Publications (1995-2002)

    15. Papers and Rosters (2002) Correspondence In Envelopes:

    1. J. Bell (1990)

    2. Mr. David Burton, Lowenfeld--Notes From His Class (1997)

    3. Dr. Paul Edmonston (1963)

    4. Ms. Ruth Freyberger (2002)

    5. Greenberg (1997)

    6. Edith M. Harvey (1962)

    7. Fred Loga (1982)

    8. McFee (1962)

    9. McFee (1963)

    10. McWhinnie (1999)

    11. McWhinnie (2003)

    12. NAEA (n.d.)

    13. Pasadena City Schools (1962)

    14. Dr. Julia Schwartz, two envelopes (1962)

    15. UNICEF (2003)

    16. Unidentified (n.d.) Binder:

    1. OAEA Handbook (1994-1999)

    Fine Arts; Art Education Archives; Books, A-F; 1920-97; Box 27 [16A-C-7A] Books:

    1. Andrews, Michael F. Creative Printmaking... for school and camp programs. 1964.

    2. Archer, Michael; Oliveira, Nicolas de, Oxley, Nicola, and Petry, Michael. Installation Art. 1994.

    3. Baker, Ida Strawn and Walter Davis. Batik and Other Pattern Dyeing. 1920.

    4. Barkan, Manuel. Through Art to Creativity. 1960.

    5. Battock, Gregory. New Ideas in Art Education: A Critical Anthology Edited by Gregory Battock. 1973.

    6. Birren, Faber. Your Color and Your Self: The Significance of Color Preference in the Study of Human Personality. 1952.

    7. Bruner, Jerome S. Toward A Theory of Instruction. 1966.

    8. Burkhart, Robert C. Spontaneous and Deliberate Ways of Learning. 1962.

    9. Cole, Natalie Robinson. The Arts in the Classroom. 1940.

    10. Collins, M., and Riley, Olive. Art Appreciation for Junior and Senior High Schools. 1931.

    11. Conant, Howard, and Randall, Arne. Art in Education. 1963.

    12. D'Amico, Victor. Art As A Human Necessity. (In Japanese.) 1995.

    13. Dember, William N. Psychology of Perception. 1965.

    14. Eisner, Elliot W. Educating Artistic Vision. 1997.

    15. Erdt, Margaret Hamilton. Teaching Art in the Elementary Schools. 1962.

    16. Faulkner, Ray, Hill, Gerald, and Ziegfeld, Edwin. Art Today: An Introduction to the Fine and Functional Arts, Third Edition. 1956.

    17. Feldman, Edmund Burke. Becoming Human Through Art: Aesthetic Experience in the School. 1970.

    18. Hatfield, Thomas A. An Art Teacher in Every School?: A Political Leadership Resource for Art Educators. 1983

    Fine Arts; Art Education Archives; Books, E-L; 1904-81; Box 28 [16A-C-7B] Contents:

    1. Ecker, David W., and Eisner, Elliot W. Readings in Art Education. 1966.

    2. Froehlich, Hugo B., and Snow, Bonnie E. Text Books of Art Education: Book V. 1904.

    3. Gaitskell, Charles D. Children and Their Art: Methods for Elementary School. 1958.

    4. Goodenough, Florence L. Measurement of Intelligence by Drawings. 1926.

    5. Gordon, Jan. Modern French Painters. 1929.

    6. Gray, Wellington B. Student Teaching in Art. 1960.

    7. Gregg, Harold. Art For the Schools of America. 1943.

    8. Hartman, Gertrude, and Shumaker, Ann. Creative Expression: The Development of Children in Art, Music, Literature and Dramatics. 1932.

    9. Hastie, Reid, and Schmidt, Christian. Encounter With Art.

    10. Hoxie, Jane L. Suggestions for Handwork in School and Home. 1911.

    11. Jefferson, Blanche. Teaching Art to Children: The Values of Creative Expression. 1959.

    12. Landgarten, Helen B. Clinical Art Therapy: A Comprehensive Guide. 1981.

    13. Lansing, Kenneth M. Art, Artists and Art Education.

    14. Lansing, Kenneth M., and Richards, Arlene E. The Elementary Teacher's Art Handbook. 1981.

    15. Lark-Horowitz, Betty, Lewis, Hilda Present, and Luca, Mark. Understanding Children's Art For Better Teaching. 1967.

    16. Lemos, Pedro J. Applied Art: Drawing, Painting, Design and Handicraft. 1920.

    17. Lindsay, Zaidee. Art and the Handicapped Child. 1972.

    18. Lindstone, John. Self-Expression in Cassroom Art: Material - Process - Idea. 1967.

    19. Lipski, Tadeusz. Paper Sculpture. 1947

    Fine Arts; Art Education Archives; Books, G-L; 1886-1996; Box 29 [16A-C-7C] Contents:

    1. Beittel, Kenneth R. Alternatives for Art Education Research. 1973.

    2. Efland, Arthur, Freedman, Kerry, and Stuhr, Patricia. La Educacion en el Arte Posmoderno. (In Spanish.) 1996.

    3. Gaitskell, Charles D., and Hurwitz, Al. Children and Their Art: Methods for the Elementary School, Third Edition. 1975.

    4. Hatfield, Thomas A. An Art Teacher in Every School?: A Political Leadership Resource for Art Educators. 1983.

    5. Lowenfeld, Viktor. Alla Barn Kan Mala. (In Swedish?) 1957.

    6. Lowenfeld, Viktor. Creative and Mental Growth: A Texbook on Art Education. 1949.

    7. Lowenfeld, Viktor. Creative and Mental Growth: Revised Edition. 1952.

    8. Lowenfeld, Viktor. Die Kunst Des Kindes. (In German.) 1957.

    9. Lowenfeld, Viktor. El Nino Y Su Arte. (In Spanish.) 1958.

    10. Lowenfeld, Viktor. L'Arte Del Vostro Bambino. (In Italian.) 1965.

    11. Lowenfeld, Viktor. La Natura Dell'Attivita Creatrice. 1968.

    12. Lowenfeld, Viktor. The Nature of Creative Activity. (Non-English.) 1960.

    13. Lowenfeld, Viktor. Vom Wesen schopferischen Gestaltens. (In German.) 1960.

    14. Lowenfeld, Viktor. Your Child and His Art. (In Japanese.) 1954.

    15. Lowenfeld, Viktor, and Brittain, W. Lambert. Creative and Mental Growth: Fourth Edition. Two Copies. 1964.

    16. Lowenfeld, Viktor, and Brittain, W. Lambert. Creative and Mental Growth: Sixth Edition. 1975.

    17. Lowenfeld, Viktor, and Brittain, W. Lambert. Creativita e sviluppo mentale. (In Italian.) 1967.

    18. White, Emerson E. Elements of Pedagogy. 1886.

    19. Winslow, Leon Loyal. The Integrated School Art Program. 1949. Publications:

    1. NAEA 2002 National Convention, Miami Beach, Florida. Expanding Vision: Refocusing Content, Contexts, and Strategies. 2002.

    2. Penn State Papers in Art Education, No. 1 - No. 6. (1966-1969) Video Cassette from Margaret and Dr. Larry Peeno: 1990 Mary J. Rouse Award, Linda Ettinger; 1990 June King McFee Award, Marilyn Zurmuehlen

    Fine Arts; Art Education Archives; Books, M-Z; 1909-2001; Box 30 [16A-D-1A] Contents:

    1. Anderson, Jr., Albert A., and Bolin, Paul E. (editors). History of Art Education: Proceedings of the Third Penn State International Symposium. 1995.

    2. Caffin, Charles H. American Masters of Painting. 1929.

    3. Hillyer, V.M., and Huey, E.G. A Child's History of Art. 1933.

    4. Jackman, Rilla Evelyn. American Arts. 1928.

    5. Manzella, David. Educationists and the Evisceration of the Visual Arts. 1963.

    6. Merritt, Helen. Guiding Free Expression in Children's Art. 1967.

    7. Munsell, A.H. A Color Notation. 1936.

    8. Oliver, Maude I.G. Picture Talks for Children. 1924.

    9. Ozenfant. Foundations of Modern Art. 1952.

    10. Pepper, Stephen Coburn. The Basis of Criticism in the Arts. 1970.

    11. Reed, Carl. Early Adolescent Art Education, three copies. 1957.

    12. Rueschhoff, Phil H., and Swartz, M. Evelyn. Teaching Art in the Elementary School. 1969.

    13. Stake, Robert. Evaluating the Arts in Education: A Responsive Approach. 1975.

    14. Uhlin, Donald M. Art for Exceptional Children. 1979.

    15. Vyverberg, Henry. The Living Tradition: Arts, Music, and Ideas in the Western World. 1978.

    16. Wickiser, Ralph L. An Introduction to Art Education. 1957.

    17. Witt, Robert Clermont. How to Look At Pictures. 1909.

    18. Yochim, Louise Dunn. Building Human Relationships Through Art. 1954. Publications:

    1. Raunft, Ralf (editor). The Autobiographical Lectures of Some Prominent Art Educators. NAEA. 2001.

    2. Hausman, Jerome J. (editor). Report of the Commission on Art Education, NAEA. Video Cassettes: NAEA Art Is Education PSAs, March 2001, two copies

    Fine Arts; Art Education Archives; Various NAEA Publications; 1957-2000; Box 31 [16A-E-3A] Contents: National Art Education Association (NAEA) Publications:

    1. A Vision for Art Education Reform (1995)

    2. Administrator's Manual, Art Education (1977)

    3. Art and the Adolescent, 8th Yearbook of the NAEA (1957)

    4. Art, Culture, and Ethnicity (1990)

    5. Art Education, Civilization, and the 21st Century: A Researcher's Reflections on the National Endowment for the Arts' Report to Congress (1988)

    6. Art Education: Elementary (1992)

    7. Art Education in the Secondary School (1961)

    8. Art Education: Middle/Junior High School (n.d.)

    9. Art Education: Senior High School (1972)

    10. Art Education: Senior High School (1979)

    11. Art in the Lives of Persons with Special Needs (1980)

    12. Arts Education Advocacy (1978)

    13. Arts Education and Back to Basics (1979)

    14. The Arts Education Review of Books, Vol. 1, Nos. 1-3 (1985)

    15. Behavioral Emphasis in Art Education (1978)

    16. Collaboration in Art Education (1993)

    17. Career Education and the Art Teaching Profession, Monograph Nos. 1-3 (n.d.)

    18. Design Standards for School Art Facilities (1993)

    19. Designing Assessment in Art, by Carmen L. Armstrong (1994)

    20. Excellence in Art Education: Ideas and Initiatives, by Ralph A. Smith (1986)

    21. Finding a Job in Higher Education in Art Education (1986)

    22. Focus: Elementary Art Education (1978)

    23. The Future: Challenge of Change (1992)

    24. Gifted and Talented in Art Education (1983)

    25. Issues, Influence, Strategies, and Tactics in State Certification Policy Development (1982)

    26. K-12 Arts Education in the United States: Present Context, Future Needs (1986)

    27. Lifelong Learning and the Visual Arts: A Book of Readings, two copies (1980)

    28. Middle School Art: Issues of Curriculum and Instruction (1996)

    29. The National Visual Arts Standards (1994)

    30. New Perspectives in Visual Arts Education (1977)

    31. Opportunity-to-Learn Standards for Arts Education, two copies (1995)

    32. Our History--Celebrating 50 Years, 1947-1997 (1997)

    33. The Picturebook: Source and Resource for Art Education (1994)

    34. Point of View Series, Aesthetics, by E. Louis Lankford (1992)

    35. Point of View Series, Criticism, by Jim Cromer (1990)

    36. Point of View Series, Curriculum, by Philip C. Dunn (1995)

    37. Point of View Series, History, by Virginia L. Fitzpatrick (1992)

    38. Point of View Series, Studio Art, by Marilyn Zurmuehlen (1990)

    39. Priorities for Arts Education Research (1997)

    40. Reading, the Arts, and the Creation of Meaning (1978)

    41. Readings in Discipline-Based Art Education (2000)

    42. Resarch in Art Education, 9th Yearbook (1959)

    43. Research Readings for Discipline-Based Art Education: A Journey Beyond Creating (1988)

    44. Report of the Commission on Art Education (1965)

    45. Report of the NAEA Commission on Art Education (1977)

    46. Secondary Art Education: An Anthology of Issues (1990)

    47. Studies in Art Education, Vol. 3, No. 2 (1962)

    48. Supervision and Administration: Programs, Positions, Perspectives (1991)

    49. Teacher Resource Series, Instructional Methods for the Artroom, three copies (1995-1996)

    50. Thinking in Art: A Philosophical Approach to Art Education (1994)

    51. Trends in Art Education From Diverse Cultures, two copies (1995) Other Publications:

    1. Aesthetic Form and Education, three copies (1958)

    2. Arts Education: A Contemporary View for Schools in Virginia (1977)

    3. Handbook for Elementary Art Substitute Teacher (n.d.)

    4. Instructor's Manual to Accompany Encounter with Art (1969)

    5. The Journal of Aesthetic Education, Vol. 23. No. 4 (1989)

    6. Learning to Look: A Handbook for Visual Arts, by Joshua C. Taylor (1957)

    7. NEA Resarch Bulletin, Vol. 50, No. 2 (1972)

    8. OAEA Journal, Vol. 17, No. 1, two copies (1978)

    9. Planning Art Education in the Middle/Secondary Schools of Ohio (n.d.)

    10. Safety n the Artroom, by Charles A. Qualley (1986)

    Fine Arts; Art Education Archives; Assorted Curriculum Guides and Binders I; 1981-97; Box 32.1 [16A-C-4B] Contents: Binders:

    1. Minnesota Center for Arts Education, Frameworks for Arts Curriculum Strategies, two copies, one with a video cassette (1997)

    2. The Environmental Education Program of The American Institute of Architects, Learning by Design, The Sourcebook (1981)

    Fine Arts; Art Education Archives; Assorted Curriculum Guides and Binders II; 1992-; Box 32.2 [16A-C-4C] Contents: Binders:

    1. The Miami Center for the Study of the History of Art Education (1992)

    2. Middle School Art Program of Studies, K-6, Fairfax, VA

    3. Middle School Art Program of Studies, 7-8, Fairfax, VA

    4. NAEA Materials

    Fine Arts; Art Education Archives; McWinnie Sketchbooks, Studies in Art Education, Miscellaneous Books; 1955-2000; Box 33 [16A-E-6A] NAEA Publications:

    1. Framing the Past: Essays on Art Education (1990)

    2. The Future: Challenge of Change (1992)

    3. Point of View Series, Criticism, by Jim Cromer (1990)

    4. Research Readings for Discipline-Based Art Education: A Journey Beyond Creating (1988)

    5. Studies in Art Education: A Journal of Issues and Resarch in Art Education: Vol. 34 No. 2 (1993), Vol. 35 No. 4 (1994), Vol. 36 No. 4 (1995), Vol. 39 Nos. 1-4 (1998), Vol. 40 Nos. 2-4 (1999), and Vol. 41 Nos. 1-3 (1999) Other Publications:

    1. A Celebration of Art and Consciousness, by Ken Beittel (1991)

    2. A Celebration of Neurons, by Robert Sylwester (1995)

    3. Adventures of Ideas, by Alfred North Whitehead (1955)

    4. The Artist's Way: A Spiritual Path to Higher Creativity, by Julia Cameron (1992)

    5. Fastback, Nos. 131, 155 and 380, Phi Delta Kappa Educational Foundation, (1979-1995)

    6. The Journal of Aesthetic Education, Vol. 28, No. 3-4 (1994)

    7. The Journal of Multicultural and Cross-Cultural Resarch in Art Education, Vol. 12, 16 and 17 (1994-1999)

    8. The Journal of Social Theory in Art Education, Nos. 9, 10, 15/16, 17, and 19/20 (1989-2000)

    9. Stake Symposium on Educational Evaluation, editor Rita Davis (1998)

    10. Visual Arts Research: Vol. 20 No. 1 (1994), Vol. 21 Nos. 1-2 (1995), Vol. 23 Nos. 1-2 (1997) Sketchbooks (three)

    Fine Arts; Art Education Archives; McWinnie Collection; 1960-98; Box 34 [16A-E-6B] Binders:

    1. (Untitled), The Garden of Earthly Delights Press, Editions of Computer Based Images in Limited Editions, Mandel Forms One (1998)

    2. OSHA Standards Checklist, Special Operations, slides (1985-1990)

    3. (Untitled), The Creative Process in Science and Art (n.d.) Notebooks:

    1. Cut Education in Grenada (?) (1960-1961)

    2. The Way to Beauty, Story of Jay and Mary Hambridge, by McWhinnie, final draft (1984) Six Sketchbooks

    Fine Arts; Art Education Archives; McWinnie Collection; 1964-97; Box 35 [16A-E-6C] Binders:

    1. The Artist: A Psychological Study (1990-1992)

    2. Studies in Aesthetics Preference (1985-1990)

    3. Ceramic Surface, Color, and Texture Effects Through Glaze Calculation Techniques, by Harold J. McWhinnie (1993)

    4. The Garden of Earthly Delights PRess, Monographs in Art Education, Volume Two (n.d.)

    5. A Factorial Study of Aesthetic Preference (1989)

    6. Seminar in Art Education for Research and Curriculum Development (1965)

    7. Aesthetics Foundations of Art Education, thirteen essays (1964-1969)

    8. Chaos As Metaphor: An Electronic Essay (1995)

    9. Chaos, Art, Math, and Science (1997)

    10. The Computer On the Right Side of the Brain (1995)

    11. Attributions of Success or Failure in Art Courses

    Fine Arts; Art Education Archives; McWinnie Collection; 1969-90; Box 36 [16A-E-7A] Binders:

    1. Pollack's Brain, Final Draft (n.d.)

    2. The Ceramic Glaze of (?), Ceramic Glaze Research Center (1993)

    3. "Integrating the World Wide Web Into Art Education: Guidelines for Designing a Web-Based Art Teacher Education Curriculum", by Yu Nu Yang, dissertation, two copies (1998)

    4. Final Report, Project No. 7-E-123, Contract No. OEG-1-7-070123-3729: "The Effects of a Learning Experience Upon Preference for Complexity and Assymetry..." (1969)

    5. Some Studies of Aesthetic Preference (n.d.)

    6. "A Factorial Study of Aesthetic Preference (Patterns of Preference for Figures)" (1989)

    7. Articles in Referred Journals (1990)

    8. Miscellaneous publications and reprints

    9. Publication, College Park DBAE Seminar, two copies (1988)

    Fine Arts; Art Education Archives; Reel-to-Reel Autobiographical Lectures: A-W; 1960-82; Box 37 Contents: Audio/Visual Materials:

    1. Student presentation; presentation by Dr. Michael at Conference on Creativity (n.d.)

    2. Mary Adeline McKibben Autobiography (1973)

    3. Mary Adeline McKibben (1973)

    4. Dr. Beelke Autobiography (1977)

    5. Ralph G. Beelke, Dinner NAEA Student Chapter, Issues / Realies in Art Education (1977)

    6. Natalie Robinson Cole Autobiographical Lecture (1976)

    7. Dr. Ralph Beelke Autobiography (1977)

    8. Victor D'Amico Autobiographical Lecture (1974)

    9. Victor D'Amico: "A Humanistic Approach to Teaching Art" (1976)

    10. Charle Gaitskell Autobiographical Lecture (1979)

    11. Dr. Al Hurwitz, Speaker Art Education Autobiographical Lecture Series (1982)

    12. Frederick Logan, NAEA Conference, Miami Beach, FL, "Up-Date '75: Growth in American Art Education" (1975)

    13. Victor Lowenfeld Autobiography (n.d.)

    14. Dr. Viktor Lowenfeld, Penn State, "Issues in Art Education" (c. 1960)

    15. Viktor Lowenfeld Autobiography (1970)

    16. Frederick M. Logan, Interview with Students (1975)

    17. Frederick Logan Autobiographical Lecture (1975)

    18. Untitled (1964)

    19. Charles D. Gaitskell Interview by Students Phyllis Muir, Peggy Cochran, Valier Goodman, and David Ping (1979)

    20. Al Hurwitz (1982)

    21. Anderson #2: "Exceptional Children" (n.d.)

    22. Anderson #1: "Exceptional Children" (n.d.)

    23. June King McFee #1 (1981)

    24. June King McFee #2 (1981)

    25. McFee Discussion (1981)

    26. John Michaels, tape Marty did (1974); Victor D'Aico (1974)

    27. Professor Harold A. Schultz Autobiographical Lecture (1978)

    28. Harold Schultz (1978)

    Fine Arts; Art Education Archives; McWinnie Collection; 1968-94; Box 37 [16A-E-7B] Contents: Binders:

    1. The Search for an Equation Aesthetic Measure: Possible or Impossible (1986)

    2. Some Recent Developments in Early Childhood Art Education 2 (1990)

    3. The Development of a Psychological Aesthetic: Jay Hambridge and Charles Henry, draft (1988)

    4. Studies of Aethetic Preference (1984)

    5. "The Problem of Aesthetic Measure (Results of a Correctional Study)" (1986)

    6. Manuscript and Related Materials (1984-1994) Publications:

    1. America in Art: The American Revolution Teacher's Manual, by Sylvia K. Corwin (1974)

    2. America in Art: John James Audubon, by Sylvia K. Corwin (1970)

    3. Art Is Elementary: Teaching Visual Thinking Through Art Concepts, by Ivan E. Cornia, Charles B. Stubbs, and Nathan B. Winters, unbound (n.d.)

    4. Cobblestone: The History Magazine for Children: Vol. 1 No. 4, Vol. 3 No. 11, Vol. 6. No. 4, Vol. 8 No. 2, Vol. 9 No. 2, Vol. 9 No. 8, Vol. 10 No. 12, and Vol. 12 No. 8 (1980-1991)

    5. Conozca al Artista: Picasso, PrimosAnos, por Sylvia K. Corwin (in Spanish) (n.d.

    6. Conozca al Artista: Picasso, Ultimos Anos, por Sylvia K. Corwin (in Spanish) (n.d.)

    7. Faces: The Magazine About People, Rock Art (n.d.)

    8. Meet the Artist: Picasso, the Early Years, by Sylvia K. Corwin (1968)

    9. Meet the Artist: Picasso, the Later Years, by Sylvia K. Corwin (1968)

    10. Meet the Artist: Rembrandt, by Sylvia K. Corwin (1968)

    11. Meet the Artist: Renoir, by Sylvia K. Corwin (1968)

    12. Meet the Artist: Van Gogh, by Sylvia K. Corwin (1968)

    13. Meet the Artist: Andrew Wyeth, by Sylvia K. Corwin (1968)

    14. Sciences de l'Art (Scientific Aesthetic), Vol. 7 No. 1-2 (1970)

    15. Teacher's Guide Art History by Karen D. Schell (1992)

    Fine Arts; Art Education Archives; McWinnie Collection; 1947-2003; Box 38 [16A-E-7C] Contents: Binders:

    1. Homage to O'Keefe, Occasional Papers on Art and Art Education, Vol. 1 (1999)

    2. Ceramic Glaze Theory, by Harold J. McWhinnie (1995)

    3. The Place of Psychology Within General Aesthetics, by Arthur D. Efland (n.d.)

    4. The Garden of Earthly Delights Press, The Flowers Bloom in the City, Vol. 32 (1995-1997)

    5. Drawing With the Whole Brain, by Harold J. McWhinnie (2000)

    6. Drawing by Seeing (1947)

    7. Letters (1970s)

    8. Selected Essays on Paul Klee, by Harold J. McWhinnie (1997) Bound Papers:

    1. Final Report for the US Dept. of Health, Education and Welfare, Office of Education, Bureau of Resarch: "The Effects of a Learning Experience Upon Preference for Complexity and Asymmetry; Varibles of Perceptual Field Independence, and the Ability to Handle Visual Information (1969)

    2. Title Three Proposal: The Development of a Curriculum and a Program of In-Service Education for Perceptual Learning and Aesthetic Awareness (1969) Publications:

    1. Arts and Activities Magazine, four editions (2002)

    2. Art and Cultural Education Materials, Inc, Crizmac (2002)

    3. Crystal Art Education Resources (2002)

    4. Educational Fours: Discover the Global Classroom

    5. Fine Art and Art Instruction (2002)

    6. School Arts Magazine (2003) Video Cassettes:

    1. Brisco Country, Highlander, Star Trek, Time Trek, Kung Fu and Star Trek

    2. Dr. No Pal

    Fine Arts; Art Education Archives; Assorted Curriculum Books; 1969-91; Box 39 [16A-C-5A] Contents: Binders:

    1. Oak Hills School District Art Curriculum K-6 (n.d.)

    2. A Curriculum Guide for Art, K-12, WEst Virginia Dept. of Education (1973) Publications on Public School Systems:

    1. A Guide: Art in Florida Elementary Schools, Bulletin (1969)

    2. Art Education: Art III and IV, Winston-Salem / Forsyth County School (1978)

    3. Art For All: Kindergarten Through Grade 12: A Conceptual Framework for Art Education, Minneapolis Public Schools (1972)

    4. Art: Hamilton County Public Schools Art Guide: Elementary and Secondary Schools, two copies (1977)

    5. Art in the Primary Years, Philadelphia Public Schools (1969)

    6. Art K-6, Dept. of Education, Province of Manitoba, Canada (1977)

    7. Art Teachers' Guide - Grades 4-5-6, Cleveland Public Schools (1969)

    8. The Child and Art, An Elementary Art Curriculum Guide for Virginia, Division of Elementary Education, State Dept. of Education, Virgnia, two copies (1974)

    9. Colorado Sample Outcomes and Proficiencies for Elementary, Middle and High School Education, Colorado Dept. of Education (1991)

    10. Fine Arts and Physical Education: Minimum Standards Implementation Series, Ohio Dept. of Education (1983)

    11. F.R.O.G. [Flexible Resource Organizational Guide], Iowa Art Educators Curriculum Committee, Iowa State Research Foundation, Inc. (1976)

    12. Guide: Art Education for Secondary Schools, Art Education Service, Division of Secondary Education, State Dept. of Education, Virginia (1971)

    13. Guidelines for Planning Art Instruction in the Elementary Schools of Ohio, State of Ohio Dept. of Education, three copies (1970)

    14. Lexington County, School District Five, Visual Arts Curriculum Guide (1976)

    15. New Mexico Visual Arts Competencies, Grades 3, 5 and 8 and School Exit Level (n.d.)

    16. Planning Art Education in the Middle/Secondary Schools of Ohio (1977)

    17. Teaching Art in Secondary Schools, Fairfax County Public Schools, Virginia (1971) Publications on Art Education:

    1. Beyond Creating: The Place for Art in America's Schools (1985)

    2. Experience Art (1986) NAEA Publications:

    1. Art in the Mainstream of Education: Action / Consequences, 24th Annual NAEA Convention, four copies (1984)

    2. Detroit Renaissance: "Art in the Mainstream of Education", 23rd Annual NAEA Convention, two copies (1983)

    3. Elementary Art Programs: A Guide for Administrators, NAEA (1992)

    4. Toward Civilization: Overview from A Report on Arts Education, NAEA (1988) Other Publications:

    1. Everyday Art: Vol. 45, three copies (Fall 1966); Vol. 45, four copies (Spring 1967); Vol. 45, three copies (Winter 1967); Vol. 46 (Spring 1968); Vol. 46, three copies (Winter 1968); and Vol. 47 (Fall 1968) Papers:

    1. Folder: Lesson Plan Exchange (n.d.)

    2. "The Rationale for a Curriculum Guide in Art for Ohio Elementary Schools", Karen Johnson Dulles (n.d.)

    3. Art Guide K-12, Dayton Public Schools (1971), by Martha Bains and Armand Martino

    4. Folder: Career Education in Ohio-in-Service, Cynthia Cahris Supervisor for the State (n.d.)

    5. Conditions for the Elementary Art Program, Elyria City Schools, Elyria, Ohio (n.d.0

    6. Hamilton County Fine Arts Guide - Tentative (n.d.)

    7. Art Department Syllabus for 7th and 8th Graders (n.d.)

    8. Hamilton County Public Schools Art Guide, Elementary and Secondary Schools, Mrs. Karen Johnson, Bridgetown Junior High School (1971)

    9. Untitled: Miscellaneous

    Fine Arts; Art Education Archives; Assorted Curriculum Books; 1969-81; Box 40 [16A-C-5B] Contents: Publications on Public School Systems:

    1. A Visual Arts Guide for Idaho Schools, Grades K-6, Boise, Idaho (1978)

    2. A Visual Arts Guide for Idaho Schools, Grades 7-12, Boise, Idaho (1978)

    3. A Guide to Curriculum Development in the Arts, State of Connecticut Board of Education (1981)

    4. All Children are Creative, Art Department, Henrico County Public Schools, Henrico, Virginia (n.d.)

    5. Art and Architecture: A Conceptual Approach to High School Curriculum, Milwaukee Public Schools (1977)

    6. Art Education, Basic Skills Supplement, Frederick County Public Schools (n.d.)

    7. Art K-6, Handbook for Art, Tulsa Public Schools (1969)

    8. Art: Primary-6, A Teaching Guide, Nova Scotia Department of Education, Halifax (1977)

    9. Art: Grades 7-9, A Teaching Guide, Nova Scotia Department of Education, Halifax (1977)

    10. Arts for the Gifted and Talented, Grades One Through Six, California State Department of Education (1981)

    11. Burchfield and Technology: A Collaboration, Buffalo State College & Clarence Senior High School, Clarence, New York, two copies (1993)

    12. Comprehensive Arts Planning Guide, South Carolina Department of Education (n.d.)

    13. Conceptual Approach to Art Curriculum Planning K-12, Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (1979)

    14. Core Program in Art Education, A Course of Study for Utah's Junion High Middle School, Utah State Board of Education (1979)

    15. Course of Study in Creative Art Education for West Hazleton Junior-Senior High School, Hazleton Area School District Art Department (1977-1978)

    16. Curriculum Guide, Art Education, Grades 4 thru 6, Trenton Public Schools, New Jersey (1980)

    17. Education Through Art, Elementary School, Texas Education Agency, Austin, Texas, two copies (1980)

    18. Education Through Art, Secondary School, Texas Education Agency, Austin, Texas (n.d.)

    19. Elementary Art Education, A Handbook for Oregon Teachers (1977)

    20. Elementary Art Education, Visual Arts K-5, Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools (1988)

    21. Emphasis: Elementary Education Through Art, An Art Education Guide for Grades K-6, State Department of Mississippi (1978)

    22. Framework, New Jersey Visual and Performing Arts Curriculum Framework, New Jersey State Department of Education (1999)

    23. Hazleton High School Art Curriculum Guide, Grades 10-11-12 (n.d.)

    24. Hazleton High School Crafts Curriculum Guide, Grades 10-11-12 (n.d.)

    25. Humanities: A Ninth Grade Elective, Student Guide, Pittsfield Public Schools, two copies (1979)

    26. Humanities: A Ninth Grade Elective, Teacher Guide, Pittsfield Public School (1979)

    27. Implementing the Elementary Art Program, Department of Education, Columbia, South Carolina (n.d.)

    28. Kentucky Plan for Comprehensive Arts in Education, Kentucky Department of Education (1985)

    29 Lower Elementary Art Curriculum Guide Book, Davenport Community Schools, Davenport, Iowa (1977)

    30. Minimal Performace Objectives for Art Education in Michigan, Michigan Department of Education (1974)

    31. Model Curriculum Standards, Grades Nine Through Twelve, Visual and Performing Arts, California State Department of Education (1985)

    32. One Step Further: Open Ended Art Lessons for the Elementary Classroom, Pittsburgh Public Schools, two copies (1980)

    33. Program of Studies, Aesthetic Education, Art, K-8, Montgomery Public Schools, Rockville, Maryland (1979)

    34. Program of Studies, Aesthetic Education, Art, 9-12, Montgomery Public Schools, Rockville, Maryland (1979)

    35. Reading Improvement Through Art (RITA): Improving Perceptual Skills in Art Classes in Nine New York City High Schools (1975-1976)

    36. Special Education Art Curriculum Resource Guide, Frederick County Public Schools (1979)

    37. Survey of World Art: Instructional Guide and Resource, Montgomery Public Schools, Rockville, Maryland (n.d.)

    38. Twentieth Century Art and Architecture: Instructional Guide and Resource, Montgomery Public Schools, Rockville, Maryland (n.d.)

    39. Walbrook Program Guide, Art Department, Walbrook Sr. High School, Baltimore, Maryland (1981) Other Publications:

    1. Insight: Graphics III, Teacher's Manual, Your Portfolio Speaks for You in 2 Parts (1979)

    2. Kumihemo: Japanese Braid, by Mary Sue Foster and Charlotte Loveland (1977)

    3. Modular Art Education: Collage - Painting - Murals, by Janet Fox (1974)

    4. Recent Trends in Collecting: Twentieth Century Painting and Sculpture from the National Museum of American Art (1982)

    5. The GMVR Program: Receptive-Expressive Learning Through Art, Teacher's Manual, by Sondra B. Gair (1976)

    6. The Vikings, Educators' Materials, two copies (1981) Binder:

    Milwaukee Archdiocesan Art Curriculum Guidelines K-8 (n.d.)

    Fine Arts; Art Education Archives; Assorted Curriculum Guides and Miscellany; 1975-86; Box 41 [16A-C-5C] Contents: NAEA Annual Convention Programs

    1. 14th Annual, Miami Beach, two copies (1975)

    2. 16th Annual, St. Louis, three copies (1976)

    3. 17th Annual, Philadelphia (1977)

    4. 18th Annual, Houston (1978)

    5. 19th Annual, San Francisco (1979) 20th Annual, Atlanta, three copies (1980)

    6. 21st Annual, Chicago, two copies (1981)

    7. 22nd Annual, New York (1982)

    8. 23rd Annual, Detroit (1983) Binders:

    1. Art is Elementary: Teaching Visual Thinking Through Art Concepts, by Ivan E. Cornia, Charles B. Stubbs, and Nathan B. Winters (1983)

    2. Elementay Visual Arts Curriculum, Aurora Public Schools, Colorado (1986) 3, High School Art Program of Studies, Grades 9-12, Department of Instructional Services, Fairfax County Public Schools, Virginia (n.d.) Boxed:

    1. Peter Smith's Manuscript of the Book on History of Art Education

    Fine Arts; Art Education Archives; Miscellaneous Items; Box 42 [16A-D-5B]

    Not Indexed

    Fine Arts; Art Education Archives; Miscellaneous Items; 1929-98; Box 43 [16A-D-5C] Files:

    1. John Michael Correspondence (1965, 1992-1998)

    2. Materials for Tom Hatfield (n.d.)

    3. Articles (1967-1968)

    4. Art Education Center (1997)

    5. NAEA General (1988, 1994-1998)

    6. NAEA Materials (1982, 1993-1997)

    7. NAEA's 50th Anniversary, Our History--Celebrating 50 Years 1947-1997 Project Materials (1991-1995)

    8. Our History Drafts (n.d.)

    9. Our History Drafts, Introduction (n.d.)

    10. Our History Drafts, Chapter 1 (n.d.)

    11. Our History Drafts, Chapter 2 (n.d.)

    12. Our History Drafts, Chapter 3 (n.d.)

    13. Our History Drafts, Chapter 4 (n.d.)

    14. Our History Drafts, Chapter 5 (n.d.)

    15. Missing Data (n.d.)

    16. "The Ship" (1993)

    17. Seminar for Research in Art Education (SRAE) (1995)

    18. International Society for Education Through Art (InSEA) (1995-1996)

    19. Rosters and Contact Sheets for Organizations (1995)

    20. Miscellaneous Materials (1994-1998)

    21. Miscellaneous Publications (1995-1999) Publications:

    1. Convention of Everyday Art, American Crayn of Sandusky, Ohio (1929)

    2. Everyday: April-May 1938, November and December 1946, November December 1948, Fall 1958, Winter 1958-59, Winter 1968-69, Spring 1969, Fall 1969, Fall 1970, n.d.

    3. National Gallery of Art, Extension Programs, Catalogue, two copies (n.d.) Miscellaneous:

    1. Reel-to-reel in brown envelope from Charles A. Qualley: Lowenfeld (n.d.)

    2. Fabric squares of artwork (some signed), six pieces, loose in box

    Fine Arts; Art Education Archives; Miscellaneous Items; 1940-76; Box 44 [16A-D-6A] NAEA Files:

    1. Materials

    2. Grants and Art Teaching Openings

    3. Publications

    4. Materials and Publications

    5. Membership Application Forms (n.d.)

    6. News

    7. Reports from Research Center at NYU NAEA Publications:

    1. "The Art in Art Education": 18th Annual Conference of the National Committee on Art Education, New York (1960)

    2. Exemplary Programs in Art Education (1969) NAEA Miscellaneous:

    1. One brown envelope with two NAEA medallions / medals The Art Institute of Chicago Publications, Catalogues, Etc.:

    1. The Art Institute of Chicago Annual Report (1974-1975 & 1975-1976)

    2. The Art Intstitue of Chicago Quarterly, Vol. XLVI No. 2 (1952)

    3. Bulletin of the Art Institute of Chicago: Vol. 69 No. 4; Vol. 70 No. 1, 2, 5, 6; Vol. 71 No. 1, 2, 4; Vol. 72, No. 1, 3, 4, 5; Vol. 74 No. 2, 3 (1975-1980)

    4. Modern Paintings in the Helen Birch Bartlett Memorial From the Birch Bartlett Collection (1946)

    5. Twentieth Century French Paintings from the Chester Dale Collection (1946) The Museum of Modern Art in New York Publications, Catalogues, Et.c:

    1. 12 Fables of Aesop catalogue (1954)

    2. Annual Report to the Board of Trustees and Members (1940-1941)

    3. "Art art art...": "As the Measure of Man" by George D. Stoddard, "As Education" by Irwin Edman, and "A Personal VIsion" by Bruno Bettelheim (1964)

    4. Art for the Family by Victor D'Amico, Frances Wilson and Moreen Maser (1954)

    5. Art of the Young Child, 3 to 5 Years (1957)

    6. Circulating Exhibitions 1931-1954, Bulletin: Vol. XXI, No. 3-4 (1954)

    7. Cliches in Children's Paintings, Art Education Study Program, by Jean d'Autilia (1956)

    8. Creative Art for Children, Young People, Adults, Schools (n.d.)

    9. Education and the Imagination in Science and Art, edited by Irving Kaufman (1958)

    10. Feininger and Hartley, edited by Dorothy C. Miller (1944)

    11. Florine Stettheimer by Henry McBride (1946)

    12. Fourteen Americans, edited by Dorothy C. Miller (1946)

    13. How to Make Modern Jewelry, by Charles J. Martin, in collaboration with Victor D'Amico (1949)

    14. How to Make Objects of Wood, by Kendall T. Bassett and Arthurt B. Thurman, in collaboration with Victor D'Amico (1951)

    15. The Sculpture of Jacques Lipchitz, by Henry R. Hope (1954)

    16. Twenty-Fifth Anniversary 1929-1954 (1954)

    17. What is Modern Painting?, by Alfred H. Barr, Jr. (1956) Other Museums' Publications, Catalogues, Etc.:

    1. A Brief Guide to the National Gallery of Art of the United States of America, Washington, D.C. (n.d.)

    2. The Children's Art Carnival in India 1963-1964: A Report (n.d.)

    3. The Faber Gallery: Royal Portaits, with an Introduction and Notes by R.H. Wilenski (n.d.)

    4. The Lehman Collection, Cincinnati Art Museum (1959)

    5. Memorial Exhibition: Paintings of the Sea by Frederick Judd Waugh, N.A., 1861-1940, Grand Central Art Galleries, Inc., NYC (1943)

    6. The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin (1967)

    7. The Precisionist View in American Art, an exhibition organized by the Walker Art Center, Milwaukee (1960)

    8. Vie des Arts, Montreal (n.d.) Publications:

    1. Grade Teacher (1965)

    2. Think (1969)

    3. Span (1967)

    Fine Arts; Art Education Archives; Art Education Journal; 1982-2003; Box 45 [16A-C-1B] Contents: Art Education

    1. Vol. 25 (1972)

    2. Vol. 26 (1973)

    3. Vol. 27 (1974)

    4. Vol. 28 (1975)

    5. Vol. 29 (1976)

    6. Vol. 30 (1977)

    7. Vol. 31 (1978)

    8. Vol. 32 (1979)

    9. Vol. 33 (1980)

    10. Vol. 34 (1981)

    11. Vol. 35 (1982)

    12. Vol. 36 (1983)

    13. Vol. 37 (1984)

    14. Vol. 38 (1985)

    15. Vol. 39 (1986)

    16. Vol. 40 (1987)

    17. Vol. 41 (1988)

    18. Notes on the Art Education Journals (n.d.) Visual Arts Research

    1. Vol. 9 - 11 (1983-1985)

    2. Vol. 12 and 14 (1986-1988)

    3. Vol. 15 and 16 (1989-1990)

    4. Vol. 17 and 18 (1991-1992)

    5. Vol. 19 and 29 (1993, 2003)

    6. Number 16 (1982)

    Fine Arts; Art Education Archives; NAEA Studies in Art Education; 1965-92; Box 46 [16A-E-2C] Files:

    1. Vol. 6 (1965)

    2. Vol. 7 (1965-1966)

    3. Vol. 10 (1968-1969)

    4. Vol. 11 (1970)

    5. Vol. 13 (1972)

    6. Vol. 14 (1972-1973)

    7. Vol. 15 (1973-1974)

    8. Vol. 16 (1975)

    9. Vol. 17 (1975-1976)

    10. Vol. 18 (1977)

    11. Vol. 19 (1978)

    12. Vol. 20 (1978-1979)

    13. Vol. 21 (1979-1980)

    14. Vol. 22 (1980-1981)

    15. Vol. 23 (1981-1982)

    16. Vol. 24 (1982-1983)

    17. Vol. 25 (1983-1984)

    18. Vol. 26 (1984-1985)

    19. Vol. 27 (1985-1986)

    20. Vol. 28 (1987)

    21. Vol. 29 (1987-1988)

    22. Vol. 30 (1988-1989)

    23. Vol. 31 (1989-1990)

    24. Vol. 32 (1990-1991)

    25. Vol. 33 (1991-1992)

    26. Vol. 34 (1992)

    Fine Arts; Art Education Archives; Research Documents; 1949-94; Box 47 [16A-D-6C] Publications:

    1. "The Art in Art Education": 16th Annual Conference of the National Committee on Art Education (1958) and 17th Annual Conference of the National Committee on Art (1959)

    2. "The Art of Teaching Art", A Study Institute, Committee on Art Education, Digest of the 9th Annual Conference (1951)

    3. "Art Education in a Scientific Age", Eastern Arts Association (1952)

    4. Baltimore Bulletin of Education, Vol. XXXII, No. 1 (1954)

    5. Berta, Raymond C.: "His Figure and His Ground: An Art Educational Biography of Henry Shaefer-Simmern, Volume I", A Dissertation Submitted to the School of Education (1994)

    6. Doctoral Theses in Education: Vol. XVIII (1966), Vol. XIX (1967) and Vol. XX (1968)

    7. Eastern Arts Association Research Bulletin: Vol. 1, No. 1 (1950); Vol. 2, No. 1 (1951); Vol. 3, No. 1 (1952); Vol. 4, No. 1 (1953); and Vol. 6, No. 1 (1956)

    8. NAEA Yearbooks: 1951 - 1955, 1959

    9. Penn State Review of Educational Research: assorted publications between Vol. 1, No. 1 (1949) and Vol. XVII (1965)

    10. "Quality Art Education: Goals for Schools: An Interpretation", NAEA (n.d.)

    11. Research in the Arts and Aesthetic Education: A Directory of Investigators and Their Fields of Inquiry, for National Institute of Education (1978)

    12. Review of Research in Visual Arts Education: Nos. 13-15 (1981-1982)

    Fine Arts; Art Education Archives; Art Education Archives; 1960-71; Box 48 [16A-C-1A] Contents:

    1. Vol. XIII, Nos. 5, 6 and 9 (1960)

    2. Vol. XIV (1961)

    3. Vol. XV (1962)

    4. Vol. XVI (1963)

    5. Vol. 17 (1964)

    6. Vol. 18 (1965)

    7. Vol. 19 (1966)

    8. Vol. 20, including Special Issue on 9th NAEA Biennial Conference (1967)

    9. Vol. 21 (1968)

    10. Vol. 22 (1969)

    11. Vol. 23 (1970)

    12. Vol. 24 (1971)

    Fine Arts; Art Education Archives; Miscellaneous Journals; 1960-97; Box 49 [16A-D-6B] Files:

    1. American Journal of Art Therapy: Vol. 15 Nos. 3-4, Vol. 16 Nos. 2-4, Vol. 17 No. 1 (1976-1977)

    2. Art Teacher: Vol. 1 No. 1, Vol. 2 Nos. 1-3, Vol. 3 Nos. 2-3, Vol. 4 No. 1, Vol. 5 Nos. 1-2, Vol. 8 No. 1-3, Vol. 9 Nos. 1-3 (1971-1979)

    3. Arts and Activities: 1st Yearbook, Jan 1966, March 1968, April 1969, June 1969, October 1970, March 1978, and March 1999

    4. Cumulative Bibliography on the Torrance Tests of Creative Thinking, University of Georgia Department of Educational Psychology (1979)

    5. Design for Arts in Education: Vol. 88 Nos. 1 and 5; Vol. 89 Nos. 1 and 6; Vol. 90 Nos. 1, 2, 4 and 6 (1986-1989)

    6. Design for Arts in Education: Vol. 91 Nos. 1, 3, 4 and 6; Vol. 92 No. 2; Vol. 93 Nos. 3 and 4 (1989-1992)

    7. The Journal of Decorative and Propaganda Art, 1 (1986); and "NAEA... The First Forty Years," 40th NAEA Yearbook (1997)

    8. National Conference on Liberal Arts and the Education of Artists, 4th Annual School of Visual Arts, 1990 Conference Proceedings (1990); and The School Review (1964)

    9. School Arts (1960-1979)

    10. School Arts (1986)

    11. School Arts (1987-1989)

    12. School Arts (1990-1991)

    13. School Arts (1992)

    14. School Arts (1993-1999)

    15. The Arts in Psychotherapy, Vol. 12 No. 2 (1985)

    Fine Arts; Art Education Archives; Western Arts Association Bulletin; 1946-93; Box 50 [16A-D-4C] Files:

    1. Art Education Bulletins (1960-1962) and Art Education Grades 7, 8, 9 (1957)

    2. Eastern Arts Quarterly: Vol. 1 Nos. 1-4 and Vol. 2 No. 3 (1962-1964)

    3. Florida Art Education Association's Art News (1961-1963) and Florida Art Teachers Assocation, Art News (1958)

    4. Southeastern Arts Association Bulletin (1961-1964) and Studies in Art Education by the NAEA, Vol. 34 No. 3 (1993)

    5. Western Arts Association (WAA) Bulletin: Vol. 3 No. 3; Vol. 17 No. 4; Vol. 26 No. 4; Vol. 30 No. 4; Vol. 31 Nos. 3 and 4; Vol. 32 No. 3; Vol. 33 Nos. 3 and 4 (1946-1949)

    6. Western Arts Association (WAA) Bulletin: Vo. 34 Nos. 3 and 4; Vol. 36 Nos. 1, 2 and 4; Vol. 37 No. 1; Vol. 38 Nos. 2-4 (1950-1954)

    7. Western Arts Association (WAA) Bulletin: Vol. 40 Nos. 1 and 4; Vol. 41 Nos. 1, 3 and 4; Vol. 42 Nos. 1, 3 and 4 (1955-1958)

    8. Western Arts Association (WAA) Bulletin: Vol. 43 Nos. 1, 3 (January), 3 (March), and 4; Vol. 44 Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4 (1958-1960)

    9. Western Arts Association (WAA) Bulletin: Vol. 45 Nos. 1-4; Vol. 46 Nos. 1-4 (1960-1962)

    10. Western Arts Association (WAA) Bulletin: Vol. 47 Nos. 1, 3 &4; Vol. 48 Nos. 1, 2 and 4 (1963-1964)

    11. Western Arts Association (WAA) Miscellaneous: WAA Conference, Dallas, Texas (1960); WAA Conference, Houston, Texas (1966); The Education of a Teacher of Art (n.d.)

    12. Loose Publications: Duplicates of Art Education Bulletins, Arts and Activities, Florida Art Education Association's Art News, and NAEA Studies in Art Education.

    Fine Arts; Art Education Archives; Art Education Archives; 1958-2000; Box 51 [16A-E-4C] Files:

    1. Autobiographical Lectures of Outstanding Art Educators for the NAEA Archival Series

    2. Cover Page for Each Lecturer and Description with It

    3. Photos of Autobiographical Lecturers

    4. Photos to be sent back to Autobiographical Lecturers

    5. Photos of Autobiographical Lecturers for Book

    6. Arnheim, Rudolph Materials (1999)

    7. Beelke, Ralph (1977)

    8. Chapman, Laura (1994)

    9. Cole, Natalie Robinson (1976)

    10. Corwin, Sylvia / RITA Papers (2000)

    11. Czurles, Stanley C. (1988)

    12. D'Amico, Victor (1973)

    13. Eisner, Elliot W. (1996)

    14. Feldman, Edmund Burke (1969)

    15. Gaitskell, Charles D. (1979)

    16. Greenberg, Pearl (2000)

    17. Grigsby Jr., Eugene (1995)

    18. Hardiman and Zernich (1998)

    19. Hurwitz, Albert (1982)

    20. Johnson, Ivan E. (1986)

    21. Lansing, Kenneth M. (1992)

    22. Logan, Frederick (1975)

    23. Lowenfeld, Victor (1958)

    24. Lowenfeld and Schaeffer-Simmern from perspective of Michael and Abrahamson (1980-1987)

    25. Mattil, Edward L. (1984)

    26. McFee, June King (1981)

    27. McKibbin, Mary Adeline (1973)

    28. Schaeffer Simmern Materials (1999)

    29 Schultz, Harold A. (1978)

    30. Wachawiak, Frank (1978)

    31. Wygant, Foster (1999)

    32. Ziegfeld, Edwin (1972)

    33. Birthdates-Deathdates (n.d.)

    34. Michael, John A. (1991)

    35. John Michael's Materials

    36. Prologue by John Michael

    37. Chapters for Autobiographical

    38. John's Editing and Copy Based on John's Editing

    39. John Michael's Miscellaneous

    40. Addendum Updates

    41. Leadership Presentation / NAEA (2000)

    42. Miscellaneous Research / Bibliographic Materials

    43. NAEA Faxes

    44. Needs to be done / updated

    Fine Arts; Art Education Archives; Autobiographical Lecture Series: VHS tapes: John Michael teaching; Box 52 Contents:

    1. #1: Dr. John Michael, "Art and the Child" ART 401, Introduction / Theoretical; #2: Dr. John Michael, "Art and the Child" 401, Concerns / Teaching Style

    2. #2: Dr. John Michael, "Art and the Child" 401 , Concerns / Teaching Style / Research; #3: Dr. John Michael, "Art and the Child" 401, What Art Teaching Involves, ART 401

    3. #3: Dr. John Michael, "Art and the Child", What Art Teaching Involves; #4: Dr. John Michael, "Art and the Child" 401, Art Experiences / Right and Left Brain / How a Child Creates / What One Does as an Art Teacher

    4. #5: Dr. John Michael, "Art and the Child", 401 Theoretical Suppositions Behind Previous Class / Art as Therapy / Repitition - Stereotypes / What a Child Does in Drawings - Seven Stages of Growth

    5. #6: Dr. John Michael, "Art and the Child" 401, Individualized Study and Groups / 7 Stages of Growth / Methods - Group vs. Individual; #7: Dr. John Michael, "Art and the Child" 401, Test / Talk About Blottos / Sponge Medium Process

    6. #8: Dr. John Michael, "Art and the Child" 401, Scribbling Stage / Test Results; #9: Dr. John Michael, "Art and the Child" 401, Scribbling

    7. #9: Dr. John Michael, "Art and the Child" 401, Scribbling; #10: Dr. John Michael, "Art and the Child" 401, Pre-Schematic

    8. #10: Dr. John Michael, "Art and the Child" 401, Pre-Schematic; #11: Dr. Michael, "Art and the Child" 401, Schematic / Committee Work

    9. #12: Dr. John Michael, "Art and the Child" 401, Test / Variety of Closure Experiences; #13: Dr. John Michael, "Art and the Child" 401, Go Over Test / Schematic

    10. #13: Dr. John Michael, "Art and the Child" 401, Test / Variety / Schematic Stage; #14: Dr. John Michael, "Art and the Child" 401, Schematic Stage / Dawning Realism - Gang Age

    11. #15: Dr. John Michael, "Art and the Child" 401, Gang Age / Dawning Realism / Projects; #16: Dr. John Michael, "Art and the Child" 401, Learning - Theory / Philosophies / Space Committee

    12. #16: Dr. John Michael, "Art and the Child" 401, Learning - Theory / Philosophies / Space Committee; #17: Dr. John Michael, "Art and the Child" 401, Test Review / Creative vs. Academic Learning

    13. #17: Dr. John Michael, "Art and the Child" 401, Working on Old Pictures; #18: Dr. John Michael, "Art and the Child" 401, Halloween Class Project / Creativitiy

    14. #19: Dr. John Michael, "Art and the Child" 401, Associations / Group Presentations; #20: Dr. John Michael, "Art and the Child" 401, Integration in Art Education

    15. #20: Dr. John Michael, "Art and the Child" 401, Integration in Art; #21: Dr. John Michael, "Art and the Child" 401, Objectives

    16. #21: Dr. John Michael, "Art and the Child" 401, Behavioral Objectives in Art Education; #22: Dr. John Michael, "Art and the Child" 401, Presentations

    17. #23: Dr. John Michael, "Art and the Child" 401, Fun with Indians

    18. #24: Dr. John Michael, "Art and the Child" 401, FUn with Indians / Art Is Important

    19. #25: Dr. John Michael, "Art and the Child" 40; #26: Dr. John Michael, "Art and the Child" 401, Case Studies.

    Fine Arts; Art Education Archives; Dr. John Michael VHS Tapes Teaching 401; 1972-2000; Box 53 Content:

    1. Chapman, Laura H.: Autobiographical Lecture (1994)

    2. Chapman, Laura H.: Interview with Graduate Assistants (1994)

    3. Chapman, Laura H.: Student Interview (n.d.)

    4. Cole, Natalie Robinson: Copy (n.d.)

    5. Cole, Natalie Robinson: Demo (n.d.)

    6. Czurles, Stanley A. (1988)

    7. Czurles, Stanley A.: no sound (1988)

    8. Eisner, Elliot: Autobiographical Lecture, two copies (1996)

    9. Eisner, Elliot: Panel Discussion, two copies (1996)

    10. Eisner, Elliot: U.C. (1991)

    11. Feldman, Dr. Edmund B.: Autobiographical Lecture (1989)

    12. Feldman, Dr. Edmund B.: Panel Discussion (1989)

    13. Gaitskell, Charles (n.d.)

    14. Greenberg, Pearl: Autobiographical Lecture, three copies (2000)

    15. Greenberg, Pearl: Panel Discussion (n.d.)

    16. Grigsby Jr., Dr. J. Eugene: Distinguished Art Educator (1995)

    17. Grigbsy Jr., Dr. J. Eugene: Talk with Graduate Students (1995)

    18. Hardiman, George; Zernich, Ted; and Pilcher, Don: Autobiographical Lecture, two copies (1998)

    19. Hardiman, George; Zernich, Ted; and Pilcher, Don: Panel Session (n.d.)

    20. Hausman, Dr. Jerome: Autobiographical Lecture, two copies (1997)

    21. Hausman, Dr. Jerome: Graduate Student Question and Answer Session, two copies (1997)

    22. King, June: Autobiography (n.d.)

    23. Lansing, Dr. Kenneth: Graduate Student Interview (1992)

    24. Lansing, Dr. Kenneth: Presentation at MU Art Museum (1992)

    25. Mattil, Edward: Autobiographical Lecture (?) (1983)

    26. McKibbin, Mary; and D'Amico, Victor: Autobiography, two copies (1974)

    27. Michael, John: Autobiographical Lecture (1991)

    28. Wachowiak, Frank; and Schultz, Harold (1978)

    29. Wygant, Foster: Autobiographical Lecture (1999)

    30. Ziegfeld (1972)

    31. Untited (n.d.)

    Fine Arts; Art Education Archives; Autobiographical Lecture Series: VHS Tapes; Box 54 [16A-E-4B]

    Not Indexed

    Fine Arts; Art Education Archives; Elma Pratt Binder, Miscellaneous VHS Tapes; 1929-99; Box 55 [16A-F-3A] Binder:

    1. Binder of pamphlets, mostly from the International School of Art, photographs, brochures and schedules; like a scrapbook (1929-1971) Video Cassettes:

    1. Anderson: "Exceptional Children", #1 (n.d.)

    2. Anderson, "Exceptional Children", #2 (n.d.)

    3. Czurles, Stan: "Early Childhood Design Development", Buffalo State College

    4. Hardiman, George; Zernich, Ted; and Pilcher, Don: Panel Session (n.d.)

    5. Johnson, Ivan: Autobiographical Lecture (1986)

    6. Johnson, Ivan: Interview (1986)

    7. Michael. Dr. John: "Child Art" Lecture at MU Art Museum (1985)

    8. Michael. Dr. John: Master Teacher Video Tapes, 7th Grade - Painting / Burning House (n.d.)

    9. Michael. Dr. John: OAEA Conference Speech (1987)

    10. Michael. Dr. John: Story of Research, SRAE (n.d.)

    11. Michael. Dr. John: Story of Research, The Marilyn Zurmuehlen Award for Distinguished Research in Art Education 1997-1998, two copies (1998)

    12. Michael. Dr. John: "Where's the Beef" (1984)

    13. Michael / Abrahamson #1 (1987)

    14. Michael / Abrahamson #2 (1987)

    15. Wygant, Foster: Autobiographical Lecture and Graduate Student Interviews (1999)

    16. Favorite Lecturer Program (1986)

    17. "Finger Painting", "Manhattan Beach", and "Studio Art / F.D.R. H.S." (1980-1983)

    18. Legends, NAEA, NCY (2001)

    19. Untitled (n.d.)

    20. Untitled (n.d.) Package:

    1. From Cliff McCarthy to John Michael: A video cassette labeled: Two films by Cliff McCarthy, "Look What I Made" (1970) and "A Puppet Movie" (1971); and a letter (1998)

    Fine Arts; Art Education Archives; Art Education Archives; 1876-2010; Box 56 [16A-C-1C]

    Not Indexed

    Fine Arts; Art Education Archives; P.R. Alexander Masley Reel-to-Reel Tape; 1953-57; Box 58 [16A-C-2A] Contents:

    1. "Children and Art / How We Like to Learn", Parkhurst: interviewer (1955)

    2. Buckminster Fuller: Terminal Lecture, part I (n.d.)

    3. Buckminster Fuller: Terminal Lecture, part II (n.d.)

    4. T.O. Ballinger, University of Oregon; Dr. Victor Lowenfeld, "Creative and Mental Growth"; M.J. Rosenberg, University of Michigan, "Popular Arts in America" (1955)

    5. The Creative Mind Series #2: "The Architect as Creator", Frank Lloyd Wright (n.d.)

    6. Parkhurst, introduction in Studio, "Criticism; Truancy; Exploring the Child's World" (1955)

    7. Italo de Francesco, "A New Dimension for Art" (n.d.)

    8. Laura Zirbes, "Creativity in Education" (1957)

    9. Rudolph Arnheim at NAEA Convention, Kansas City, Mo. (n.d.)

    10. Mortimer J. Adler at University of Oregon Fine Arts Festival, "Art and Aesthetics" (1953)

    11. Earl C. Kelly at NAEA Convention, Kansas City, Mo. (n.d.)

    12. Interviews with children and adults at UNM on color-shape experiment (n.d.)

    Fine Arts; Art Education Archives; P.R. Alexander Masley Reel-to-Reel Tape ; 1955-61; Box 59 [16A-C-2B] Contents:

    1. Dr. Frank Barron at University of Oregon, "Some Investigation of the Characteristics of Creative People" (1959)

    2. Dr. Angel's Spanish translation of Lowenfeld's "Creating and Mental Growth"; Edward Stone at NAEA Convention, Kansas City, Mo. (n.d.)

    3. Dorothy Dunn interviewed by A. Masley on Southwest Indian Art (1955)

    4. The Creative Mind Series #7: Ben Shan, "The Painter as Creator"; Dr. Angel recording Marley Modern Spanish lessons (n.d.)

    5. Calvin Taylor at NAEA Convention, Kansas City, Mo. (n.d.)

    6. Thomas O. Ballinger, Oregon St. University, lecture to Art Education students; Alexander Masley, career counselor (1961)

    Fine Arts; Art Education Archives; John Michael's Students Artwork from Hughes High School and Miscellaney; 1950-58; Box 60 [16A-F-1A] Contents:

    1. 8th Grade student sketches (1958)

    A., Rufus (Avidon? Avidzon?)

    Anderson, Jerry

    Baker, Elaine

    Bale, Darryl

    Belz, Ruth

    Betherford, Irwin

    Blakefield

    Bollinger, Irwin

    Bond, Ernest

    Bregen, Jeanne

    Burbank, Joyce

    Carrelli, Patti

    Chadwick, Arthur

    Clark, Pat

    Clippard, Patsy

    Creich, June

    D., Lawrence

    Dalton, Roger

    Deeters, Judy

    Deneford, Yvonne

    Dobkins, Charles

    Douthitt, Shirley

    Dryer, Jim

    Ellis, Barbara

    Ertel, Ray

    H., Mary Jane (Hauck? Harrck?)

    Haler, Margie

    Hammer, Lavern

    Heisler, Victor

    Hennemann, Barry

    J., Tom

    King, Martin

    King, Clyde

    Long, Garnet

    Marger, Linda

    Mark, Martin

    McElroy, Susan

    McRoberts, Nancy

    Munemets, Anne

    Mullinger, SueAnn

    P., L.J.

    Pavone, Dallas

    Peters, Jane

    Praher, Elaine

    Schmidt, Jim

    Schrantz, Lois

    Sloan, D.

    Smith, Marcia

    Spencer, Margaret

    Vandivier, Dawn

    W., Judie

    Wagner, Gary

    Wadsworth, Jerry

    Walz, Jordan

    Ward, Jerry

    Weaver, Betty

    Welk, David

    Welz, Jill

    Wesley, Pat

    Westermeyer, David

    White, Adoff

    White, Patti

    Williams, Alex

    Wilson, P.

    Womack, Ed

    2. 9th Grade shape studies (n.d.)

    Brill, Mary Ann

    Domkman, John

    E., Linda

    Glass, Audrey

    Leaverton, Wilma

    Moeller, Dorothy

    Nickolas, D.

    Ross, Nancy

    Seifert, David

    Somers, Kathy

    Stillmaker, Mary Lou

    Speidel

    Westermeyer, David

    3. Student cut paper work (n.d.)

    Adams, Shirley

    Allan, D.

    Aster, B.

    Belz, Ruth

    Binder, Lois

    Deauwestin, Jerry

    Echer, Ronald

    Fleck, David C.

    Gerhart, J.

    Ghudin, Janet

    Glass, Audrey

    Inser, Ron

    Lawrence, ?

    Maisch, Doris

    Mosier, Bill

    Perrine, Amy

    Poland, ?

    Roeller, Bill

    S., Pamela

    Schmicke, Janet

    Shyle

    Stockburgen, B.

    Taylor, Dan

    Watson, John

    Weaver, Betty

    ?, Martin

    ?, Barbara

    ?, Arlen

    4. Student studies in color, compositive line with brush, mainly unsigned (n.d.)

    Baker, Elaine

    Cook, J.

    Ellis, B.

    Perrine, Amy

    Pinfold, Connie

    Roth, B.

    Rohrbach, Roberta

    Schneider, Peggy

    Thompson, Gloria

    5. Student cartoons / caricatures (n.d.)

    Craft, Victor

    Saberton, Helen

    Shiller, Carl

    6. Student cut paper work (n.d.)

    Bernat, Jim

    Clippard, Petey

    Klusman, Bill

    Mohr, Judy

    Ross, Nancy

    Schuren, Doris

    Shock, Carole

    Solzsmom, Pat

    Wildo

    7. Student masks of cut paper / pen and ink (n.d.)

    Baker, Elaine

    Bays, Wade

    Rohrbach, Roberta

    Thompson, Gloria

    8. Students miscellaneous (n.d.)

    Bolton, J.

    Nantz, Frank

    Reckware, Elaine

    Saberton, Helen

    Stojsper (?), Sonjya

    Traber, Robert

    9. 7th Grade paintings (1950)

    Scott, Gordon

    Shiller, Carl

    10. Student pen and ink (n.d.)

    Belz, Ruth

    Hewett, Bill

    Saulsbury, Harry

    Wacner, Gary

    11. 8th grade sketches, including portfolios for Lavern Hammer and Elaine Baker (n.d.)

    Alexander, Nancy

    Baker, Elaine

    Clark, Pat

    Clark, W.

    Clift, Charlene

    Dobkins, Charles

    H., Mary Jane

    Hammer, Lavern

    Hennemann, Barry

    Rogers, Bill

    Rohrbach, Roberta (Becky)

    Long, Garnet

    Schmidt, Jim

    Stoll, Donald

    Wagner, Gary

    Weaver, Betty

    White, Judie

    Wilson, Patti

    12. Grade 10 sketches (n.d.)

    Abel, Karen

    Allan, David

    Belz, Ruth

    Bregen, Jeanne

    Chamas, Lillian

    Clift, Charlene

    Deeters, Judy

    Ellis, Barb

    H., Mary Jane

    Haler, Margie

    Kyle, Sandy

    Lurley, Lawrence

    Mullinger, Sue Ann

    Peters, Jane

    Pubruck, Mary

    Rogers, Bill

    Rosenthal, Bill

    Roth, Dan

    Sloan, Darryl

    Vandivier, Dawn

    Wagner, Gary

    White, Patti

    Womack, Ed

    ?, Rose

    ?, Roni

    13. Student watercolors, mostly unsigned (n.d.)

    Pinfold, Connie

    T., Jinny

    14. Student word posters (n.d.)

    Azar

    Borer, Pat

    Boor, Dutch

    Brendlinger, Joy

    Burton

    Carskadon, P.

    Chamas, Lillian

    Clark, Pat

    Clift, Charlene

    Clippard, Patty

    Cox, Gequilla

    Eiselein, Mary

    Falk, Pat

    Fleck, David C.

    Gabrel, Jim

    Gould, Mike

    Hagedorn, Robert

    Henoman, Lois

    Hammer, Lavern

    Hermes, Ed

    Hesford, R.

    Holzinger, Andy

    Jenner, Wayne

    McWhorter, Glen

    Meddux, Barbara

    Morrison, Linda

    Noland, Doretta

    Parker, Sue

    Pinfold, Connie

    Rattiff, R.

    Robert, R.

    Saulsbury, Harry

    Sebastian, Eugene

    Simpson, Barbara

    Thompson, Jane

    Tompkins, Tomi

    Vernier, Sara

    Ware, Herbert

    Weaver, Betty

    Fine Arts; Art Education Archives; Miscellaneous Archival Materials; 1985-2000; Box 61 [16A-D-5A] Folders:

    1. Binny and Smith, Inc., final copy of NAEA advertisement logo from Dr. Raunft (2000)

    2. Children's artwork, scans (n.d.)

    3. "Design for the Study of the Effects of a Mental Stimulus Upon the Improvement of Drawing of Non-Art College Students" (n.d.)

    4. "Microcomputers in Art Education" (1988)

    5. Miscellaneous (n.d.)

    6. NAEA application materials (1997-1999)

    7. National Art Honor Society (NAHS) Appleseeds (n.d.)

    8. National Art Honor Society (NAHS) brochure and miscellaneous (1985-1986)

    9. Penn State promotional materials (1995) Loose:

    1. Two posters for Elliot Eisner's Art Educators Autobiographical Lecture (n.d.)

    Fine Arts; Art Education Archives; Large Books and Miscellaneous Artwork; 1876-1955; Box 62 [16A-D-1] Contents:

    1. Bound volumes of The Aldine, The Art Journal of America: Vol. VII (1874)

    2. Bound volumes of The Aldine, The Art Journal of America: Vol. VIII (1876-1877)

    3. Hughes High School Student Artwork, 7th, 8th and 11th grades, loose (1955):

    Bacon, Bill

    Borer, Pat

    Brendlinger, Joy

    Clippard, Patsy

    Crawley, Charlene

    Dobkins, Charles W.

    Elswick, Sue

    Falk, Pat

    Gerhart, John

    Grogier, Jane

    Grube, Linda

    Hartman, Joan

    Hudson, H.

    Katz, David

    Kyle, Sandy

    Lane, Don

    Lee, Shirley

    McCowan, Wanda

    Mechler, Judy

    Miller

    Noland, Doretta

    Parsons, Jude

    Porter, C.

    Recker, Ron

    Reich, H.

    Roloff, Allan

    Rowland

    Schmidt, Jim

    Sharp, L.

    Skirviny (?), Sue

    Stephens, Jean

    Turner, Rogert

    Ware, Herbert

    Weber, Greg G.

    Weingartner, Jerry

    ?, Valerie

    Fine Arts; Art Education Archives; Student Artwork from Hughes High School; 1950-62; Box 63 [16A-F-3] Contents: Hughes High School Student Work

    1. “American Patrol” group assignment folder, with Second Prize ribbon (n.d.):

    Adams, Shirley

    Gendrew, Janice

    Karp, Robert

    Lewis, Marguerita

    Loekle, Don

    Louis, Joe

    Price, Shirley

    Rahe

    Ratliff, Barry

    Reichle, Carol

    Roloff, Allan

    Ross, Nancy

    Turner-Hughes, Roger

    Wiley, Betty

    Withers, Perry

    2. “Experimenting…” project folder:

    Kelley, B.

    Montgomery

    Mueller, Hazel

    R.H.

    Schlerman (?), Roger

    Sharp

    Weller, Fred

    Wells, Mary Ann

    ?, Helen

    ?, Sam

    3. “Figures Drawing” project folder:

    Bregen, Jeanne

    Eiselein, Mary

    Falk, Pat

    Hammer, Lavern

    Hull, Ann

    Saulsbury, Harry

    ?, Mitch

    4. "Portraits" project folder, mostly unsigned (n.d.):

    DeHof, Elaina

    Marcum, Joan

    Miller, Betty

    Ransenberg, Martha

    5. Hughes High School Student Artwork, 9th and 10th grade (1950, 1955, 1960, 1962), loose works:

    Basekang (?), Joan

    Beacher, Arlene

    Bennett, L.

    Berryman, Ron

    Booth, D.

    Bregen, Jeanne

    Broping, Janet

    Caylor, Antonia

    Clark, Donna

    Craft, Victor

    Davidson, Rufus

    Dearwester, Jerry

    Decker, Milton

    Deeters, Judy

    DeHof, Eleanor

    Dehr (?), C.

    Devine, Dean

    Diehl

    Duteil, Judy

    Ellis, Barbara

    Ertel, Ray

    Falk, Pat

    Flek, David C.

    Fleming, Tim

    Fuentes, Elena

    Gabbard, John

    Gates, Barbara

    Garrison, Howard

    Gentry, Carl

    Harmann, Hedy

    Hennemann, Barry

    Katz, Dave

    Klayman, Jerry

    Koutovichas, Chris

    Ledgerwood, Joe

    Liehle, Paula

    Marcum, Joan

    Miller, Betty

    Miller, Pam

    Muff, Ed

    Mulford, Roger

    Nickolas, Diane

    Noland, Doretta

    Pattillo, Shirley

    Persons, Dick

    Ransonberg, Martha

    Reich, S.

    Robinson, Harold

    Saulsburg, Harry

    Schiller, Carl

    Schrantz, Lois

    Schweikert, Gary

    Scott, Gordon

    Seaver, Pat

    Stephens, Jane

    Sturges, B.

    Vaught, Charlotte

    Wahle, David

    Weinstein, Mel

    Yudolfsky, Theresa

    ?, Calvina

    ?, Susan

    ?, Vicki

    Fine Arts; Art Education Archives; Sample Art from Hughes High School; 2001; Box 64 [16A-F-4]

    "An Art Teacher's Legacy: The Students of Dr. John Michael", Hughes High School, 2001, signatures beneath the matte board:

    Alexander, Nancy

    Baker, Elaine

    Bacon, Bill

    Bregen, Jeanne

    Burton, Nancy

    Clippard, Patsy

    Devine, Dean (1963)

    Gaudin, Janet

    Hamlin, Charles

    Hammer, Lavern

    Humphreys, Karen

    Kyle, Sandy

    Moeller, Dorothy

    Parrot, Charles

    Scott, Gordon

    Siehl, Paula

    Townley, Joy

    Webber, Patti (1955)

    Wells, Patti

    Wittlin, Judie

    Woodruff, Linda

    Fine Arts; Art Education Archives; Artwork from Hughes High School; 1957-61; Box 65 [16A-F-3] Files:

    Hughes High School Student Artwork, 7th, 8th and 9th grade, loose (1957, 1960, 1961):

    Baker, Elaine

    Bays, Wade

    Bond, Betty

    Booth

    Briggs

    Campbell, Mark

    Centers, Carl

    Chamberlain, John

    Clippard, Patsy

    Cox, Dave

    Cook, Pamela

    Devine, Deane

    East, Joyce

    Ellis, Barbara

    Frey, Karl

    Goss, Lisa

    H., Jen

    H., Jon

    Hammer, Lavern

    Haynes, Joe

    Henn, Arthur

    Hermes, Edward

    Hilmore, C.

    Hite, Margie

    Hull, Ann

    Huggins

    Jolly, Deanne (Jully?)

    Katz, David

    King, Dorothy

    Knous, Ruth

    Kraemer, Eddie

    Kyle, Sandy

    Lower, Bill

    Lux, Mo

    Mason, Bill

    Mazes, Arty

    McClure, Ruth

    Meyers, Betsy

    Miller, B.

    Noland, Doretta

    Orloff, Thomas

    Porter, Lewis

    Recker, Ronald

    Roloff, Alan

    Saulsbury, Harry

    Schneider, Peggy

    Segerer, Richard

    Sexton, Charles

    Simon

    Swift, Pat

    Thompson, Linda

    Wadworth, Jerry

    Weise, Gail

    Yelton, Linda

    ?, Joe

    Fine Arts; Art Education Archives; Artwork from Hughes High School; Box 66 [16A-F-3] Hughes High School Folders:

    1. 2143, Graphic Concept, Detail, photocopies of slides (n.d.)

    2. 2144, Originality: unusual story content; Aesthetic: organizational complexity (abrstract), organizational complexity (naturalistic) (n.d.)

    3. 2145, Originality: juxtaposition, uncommon unusual size and shape, linear, mass (n.d.)

    4. 2146, Perceptual Sensitivity: movement, expression (n.d.)

    5. Hughes High School Student Artwork, loose:

    Ertel, Raymond

    Karen Humphreys

    Menyhert, Viktoria

    Parker, Sue

    Schrantz, Lois

    Ransenberg, Martha

    Thompkins, Tomi

    Thompson, Gloria

    Rohrbach, Roberta

    Wibben, Patti

    Fine Arts; Art Education Archives; Sample Art from Hughes High School; 2001; Box 67 [16A-F-4] Contents:

    "An Art Teacher's Legacy: The Students of Dr. John Michael", Hughes High School, 2001, signatures beneath the matte board (n.d.):

    Clayton, Don

    Craft, Victor

    Daub, Georgie Ann

    McWhorter, Glen

    Persons, Rick

    Pursinger, Pauline

    Rattliff, Barry

    Roloff, Allan

    Walters, Elaine

    Fine Arts; Art Education Archives; Sample Art from Hughes High School; 2001; Box 68 [16A-F-4]

    "An Art Teacher's Legacy: The Students of Dr. John Michael", Hughes High School, 2001, signatures beneath the matte board:

    Bennett, Robert

    Clippard, Patsy

    Day, Bill

    Edmunson, Calvin

    Eiselein, Mary

    Gabel, Jim

    Hering, Robert

    Humphreys, Karen

    Klayman, Jerry

    Kraemer, Ed

    Kyle, Sandy

    Maloney, Arlette

    Mullinger, Sue Ann

    Musen, Myra

    Neubacher, Jacqueline

    Parker, Sue

    Richert (Ragland), Barbara

    Rogers, Bill (grade 10)

    Schmidt, James

    Weidlich, Eric

    Wibben, Patti

    Wittlin, Judie

    Woehrmann, Marlene

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    1; Autobiographical Lecture Series: A-W; 1977-2000; 16A-E-3C
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    2; Biographies of Art Educators: A-M; 1928-2002; 16A-C-6B
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    7; Archives Autobiographical Lecture Tapes: AA-Z, NAEA Lecture Audio Tapes, "Reviews in Art Education, Lowenfeld Lecture CD's; 1919-97; 16A-E-3B
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    10; Reel-to-Reel Lowenfeld Lectures 18-29 (1st copy), Lowenfeld Lectures 1-14 (Original Copies); 1944-93; 16A-C-3B
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    11; Reel-to-Reel Lowenfeld Lectures 15-33 (original copies) and Miscellaneous Reels; 1952-85; 16A-C-3C
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    12; John Michael's Elma Pratt Collection; 1912-90; 16A-F-2C
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    14; JAEA Assorted Publications from John Michael; NAEA Assorted Materials from John Michael; 1959-2002; 16A-E-1B
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    15; Victor D'Amico Assorted Materials for John Michael; 1939-82; 16A-E-5A
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    17; NAEA Documents; 1972-2000; 16A-E-2A
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    18; NAEA Materials; 1960-2002; 16A-E-2B
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    19; The RITA Study Papers; 1973-89; 16A-D-2A
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    20; The RITA Study Papers; 1975-98; 16A-D-2B
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    21; The RITA Study Papers; 1954-90; 16A-D-2C
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    22; The RITA Study Papers; 1968-84; 16A-D-3A
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    23; The RITA Study Papers; 1962-82; 16A-D-3B
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    24; The RITA Study Papers; 1923-62; 16A-D-3C
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    25; John Michael Correspondence; 1945-2000; 16A-F-1B
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    26; John Michael Correspondence; 1912-2003; 16A-F-1C
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    27; Books, A-F; 1920-97; 16A-C-7A
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    28; Books, E-L; 1904-81; 16A-C-7B
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    29; Books, G-L; 1886-1996; 16A-C-7C
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    30; Books, M-Z; 1909-2001; 16A-D-1A
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    31; Various NAEA Publications; 1957-2000; 16A-E-3A
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    32.1; Assorted Curriculum Guides and Binders I; 1981-97; 16A-C-4B
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    32.2; Assorted Curriculum Guides and Binders II; 1992-; 16A-C-4C
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    33; McWinnie Sketchbooks, Studies in Art Education, Miscellaneous Books; 1955-2000; 16A-E-6A
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    34; McWinnie Collection; 1960-98; 16A-E-6B
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    35; McWinnie Collection; 1964-97; 16A-E-6C
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    36; McWinnie Collection; 1969-90; 16A-E-7A
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    37; Reel-to-Reel Autobiographical Lectures: A-W; 1960-82
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    37; McWinnie Collection; 1968-94; 16A-E-7B
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    38; McWinnie Collection; 1947-2003; 16A-E-7C
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    39; Assorted Curriculum Books; 1969-91; 16A-C-5A
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    40; Assorted Curriculum Books; 1969-81; 16A-C-5B
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    41; Assorted Curriculum Guides and Miscellany; 1975-86; 16A-C-5C
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    42; Miscellaneous Items; 16A-D-5B
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    43; Miscellaneous Items; 1929-98; 16A-D-5C
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    44; Miscellaneous Items; 1940-76; 16A-D-6A
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    45; Art Education Journal; 1982-2003; 16A-C-1B
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    46; NAEA Studies in Art Education; 1965-92; 16A-E-2C
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    47; Research Documents; 1949-94; 16A-D-6C
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    48; Art Education Archives; 1960-71; 16A-C-1A
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    49; Miscellaneous Journals; 1960-97; 16A-D-6B
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    50; Western Arts Association Bulletin; 1946-93; 16A-D-4C
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    51; Art Education Archives; 1958-2000; 16A-E-4C
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    52; Autobiographical Lecture Series: VHS tapes: John Michael teaching
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    53; Dr. John Michael VHS Tapes Teaching 401; 1972-2000
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    54; Autobiographical Lecture Series: VHS Tapes; 16A-E-4B
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    55; Elma Pratt Binder, Miscellaneous VHS Tapes; 1929-99; 16A-F-3A
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    56; Art Education Archives; 1876-2010; 16A-C-1C
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    58; P.R. Alexander Masley Reel-to-Reel Tape ; 1953-57; 16A-C-2A
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    59; P.R. Alexander Masley Reel-to-Reel Tape ; 1955-61; 16A-C-2B
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    60; John Michael's Students Artwork from Hughes High School and Miscellaney; 1950-58; 16A-F-1A
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    61; Miscellaneous Archival Materials; 1985-2000; 16A-D-5A
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    62; Large Books and Miscellaneous Artwork; 1876-1955; 16A-D-1
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    63; Student Artwork from Hughes High School; 1950-62; 16A-F-3
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    64; Sample Art from Hughes High School; 2001; 16A-F-4
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    65; Sample Art from Hughes High School; 1957-61; 16A-F-3
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    66; Sample Art from Hughes High School; 16A-F-3
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    67; Sample Art from Hughes High School; 2001; 16A-F-4
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    68; Sample Art from Hughes High School; 2001; 16A-F-4

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