Cleveland Museum of Art Extensions Department records

Summary Information

Repository: Cleveland Museum of Art Archives
Creator: Cleveland Museum of Art. Extensions Department.
Title: Cleveland Museum of Art Extensions Department records.
ID: 1111.095
Date [bulk]: 1950-1992
Date [inclusive]: 1916-1992
Extent: 20.0 Cubic feet  [60 boxes]
General Physical Description note: Includes paper, photographs, and microfilm.
Language: English

Preferred Citation note

The Cleveland Museum of Art Archives, Records of the Extensions Department, date and short description of document [e.g., letter from Whiting to Kent, 6 June 1916].

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Biographical/Historical note

Before the Cleveland Museum of Art opened the doors in 1916, the Extensions Department, or Division of Circulating Exhibits, was created. As part of the education department, extensions' purpose was to provide materials free of charge to local educational and civic organizations in order to assist in public education and awareness of the arts. The department maintained its own collection of objects in every media spanning ancient through contemporary art and covering all parts of the world. This collection was independent of the art museum's primary collection and therefore completely under the jurisdiction of the education department. Before the museum opened, the education department sent ambassadors throughout the city to spread the word about what the museum had to offer the community. The extensions division would continue this work after the museum opened by bringing mini galleries to libraries and schools all over northeast Ohio.

The museum's first director Frederic A. Whiting appointed Emily Gibson as head of the education department. Education was so important to Whiting that Gibson was one of the first people he hired. She immediately began working with local institutions to bring collections to the public. Whiting appointed Ruth Field Ruggles as head of extensions after Miss Gilquist, the first person working with the extensions materials, joined the war efforts in Europe in 1918. Whiting chose Ruggles for several reasons. She was the wife of Cleveland Museum of Art photographer Edd Ruggles and therefore a friend of the museum. Secondly, she worked with the Cleveland Public Library and could help solidify a relationship between the library and the museum. Mrs. Ruggles supplied the many cases throughout the Cleveland library branches with materials and created exhibits for the public free of charge. The library supplied Mrs. Ruggles with a car and driver to transport those materials.

During the early years the extensions department relied on gifts and loans for exhibits. Money was not budgeted to the division itself. It was only when the education department had any money left over that extensions could purchase much needed objects. The division's exhibits grew from fifteen in 1917 to thirty-five in 1920. This put a great deal of stress on the small collection. In a letter to Whiting in 1920, Ruggles explained the demands upon the department and the need for money to purchase new items for exhibits as "urgently necessary." She explained that they could not accept any new cases to display materials due to the lack of materials. Ruggles could have never dreamed that over the next seventy-five years the department would amass over 18,000 objects for display and use. Several endowments, including the educational purchase fund and a Rockefeller grant helped the department purchase small objects but it was not until 1948 with the establishment of the Harold T. Clark Educational Extensions Fund that the collection experienced major growth.

After thirty years of service including guiding the division through World War II, Ruth Field Ruggles retired in 1947, although she stayed on staff as a volunteer for many more years. She handed the division over to Doris Dunlavy. Dunlavy began with extensions in October 1946. Armed with a background in art and some teaching experience, she dove right in taking a considerable load off of Ruggles and proving a great addition to the staff. Dunlavy would deal with an ever increasing demand for exhibits around the Cleveland area. The growth of the division is reflected in annual reports. The reports became longer with the addition of more schools to the program. The increase in materials was helped significantly by the Harold T. Clark Educational Extensions Fund.

In January, 1960 the Extensions Exhibitions Department separated from the Education Department becoming an independent unit. The new department opened three galleries throughout the city. The first opened on the east side of Cleveland at Karamu House in 1959. The second extensions gallery opened in the summer of 1960 in the Cleveland Public Library and was simply called The Library Art Gallery. The Lakewood Civic Art Gallery opened in 1961 on the west side in Lakewood High School. These Galleries housed exhibits on a three month rotating schedule and were a great way for the department to show its larger collections to the public.

Extensions went through many changes in the 1970s. Doris Dunlavy retired in 1974 after twenty-eight years of service. Dunlavy had expanded extensions far beyond the original expectations of museum founders. In the spirit of broadening public education the extensions department became part of the Department of Art History and Education with Dunlavy's departure. The department went through another quick change of directors when Janet L. Mack took over extensions for the next two years until her retirement in 1976. Andrew T. Chakalis became the next extension division supervisor and would remain until the dismantling of the department in 1992.

The end of the extensions division came as a shock to museum staff and to the institutions that had come to depend on regular installations of materials from the museum. Due to budget constraints, in 1992 the Board of Trustees issued a statement informing everyone that the division would be closed by the end of the year. Only specific collections that were previously promised to extension exhibition locations would be loaned the following year. The 1992 museum annual report stated that collection materials that had taken three quarters of a century to amass and were exemplified around the world as a model teaching technique were being catalogued for a "better understanding of how those unusual resources might function in the broader education-outreach mission of the Museum." Outraged, many people associated with the department and in the community wrote letters begging the board to continue some sort of educational outreach for the community. By the end of 1992 the department was dissolved and Ann C. Boger, who joined Extensions in 1980, was the only person left to finish the division's business. The department was reorganized as Art to Go and continued providing educational programming using the education art collection.

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Scope and Contents note

The Records of the Extensions Department detail activities of the department from 1916 until its closing in 1992. Some of the records include information up to 1996 but the bulk of the information is from the years 1950-1992. Included are administrative files including reports and procedures; exhibit information including case lists and set up diagrams; photographs of exhibits including artwork, locations, and people; correspondence between the staff ; artists and locations; and files on the 75th Anniversary of the Art Museum.

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Arrangement note

Arranged by series, thereunder by subseries, thereunder numerically or alphabetically.

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

Ingalls Library and Museum Archives

11150 East Blvd.
Cleveland, OH, 44106
216-707-2492
archives2@clevelandart.org

Conditions Governing Access note

Open to the public. For more information or to access this collection contact archives staff at archives2@clevelandart.org.

Processing Information note

Processed by Allison Powell, Alyce Nunn, and Susan Miller. Processing completed April, 2011. Finding aid by Allison Powell.

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)

  • Cleveland Museum of Art. Department of Education.

Personal Name(s)

  • Dunlavy, Doris
  • Ruggles, Ruth, -1974.

Subject(s)

  • Art -- Ohio -- Cleveland -- Exhibitions.
  • Art -- Ohio -- Cleveland.
  • Art in education.
  • Cleveland Museum of Art -- Exhibitions.
  • Cleveland Museum of Art Events

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Collection Inventory

Administrative 1920-1996   0.8 Cubic feet  [2.5 boxes]

Scope and Contents note

These files detail department operations and include manuals and procedures, departmental history and overviews, and the closing of the department. The closing files include copies of letters to extensions staff urging them to write the board of trustees to complain. Also included in the series is an explanation of the purpose and function of the extensions department. Photographs are also included. There are annual report files from 1920's-1996 (missing 1928-1938), quarterly reports 1960-1963, and budgets 1990, 1993-1996.

BoxFolder

Annual reports ca. 1920-1927 

11

Annual reports 1939-1940 

12

Annual report 1941 

13

Annual reports 1942-1943 

14

Annual reports 1944-1945 

15

Annual reports 1946-1947 

16

Annual reports 1948-1949 

17

Annual reports 1950-1951 

18

Annual reports 1952-1953 

19

Annual reports 1954-1955 

110

Annual reports 1956-1957 

111

Annual reports 1958-1959 

112

Annual reports 1960-1961 

113

Annual reports 1962-1963 

114

Annual reports 1964-1965 

115

Annual reports 1966-1967 

116

Annual reports 1968-1969 

117

Annual reports 1970-1971 

118

Annual reports 1972-1973 

119

Annual reports 1974-1975 

120

Annual reports 1976-1977 

121

Annual reports 1978-1979 

122

Annual reports 1980-1984 

123

Annual reports 1985-1987 

21

Annual reports 1988-1990 

22

Annual reports 1991-1995 

23

Annual report 1996 

24

Quarterly reports 1960-1963 

25

Budgets 1990, 1993-1996 

26

Booklet on the department of art history and education of the Cleveland Museum of Art ca. 1978 

27

Booklet on the Extensions division n.d. 

28

Booklet on the department of art history and education of the Cleveland Museum of Art- photography ca.1978 

29

Booklet on the servives of the Extentsions Division ca.1990 

210

Booklet on the services of the Extension Division- photographs 

31

Department overview and staff responsibilities ca.1990 

32

Extensions Division history and department overview ca.1984 

33

Extesions Division information packet with brochures ca.1989 

34

Manual/ procedures n.d. 

35

Presentaion about Extensions Department ca. 1955-1965 

36

History of Extensions Department n.d. 

37

Report on modular displays ca.1987 

38

Report on school services ca.1986 

39

Special reports re: the section of circulating exhibits ca.1950 

310

Extensions Department closing 1992 

311

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Collections 1917-1992   1.33 Cubic feet  [4 boxes]

Collections subject files 1917-1992  (Bulk, 1950-1992)

Scope and Contents note

Collections subject files contain correspondence, reports, lists of gifts, loans and purchases, and a collection policy written by Ann Boger ca. 1988. A general overview of the extensions collection can be surmised from this series.

BoxFolder

Accessions ca. 1990 

312

Accessions- purchases: [restricted] 1941,1970,1973,1980,1985,1987 

313

Accessions- purchases of reproductions: [bulk is correspondence with Osterkemp-Mead corporation] 1923-1927 

314

Accessions report ca. 1987-1989 

315

Ackerman, Fredrick W.G. Loan review department Huntingon Bank 1985-1987 

316

Akron Art Instiute 1969, 1974-1978 

317

Arms and armor in the education department 1950 

318

Calfee doll collection 1963-1964 

319

Collections policies: Ann Boger [ca. 1988] 

320

Damage to "Formation" by Anne MacDougall 1981 

321

Early American collection: D. Weber 

322

Gifts 1960, 1977-1992 

323

Gifts and loans: [restricted] 1917-1932, 1949, 1951, 1972 

324

Gifts of purchase of FAP produced pieces ca. 1954 

325

Gifts and purchases 1987 

326

Hukusai's prints- Japanise woodblock prints 1986 

327

Jellife collection n.d. [1992] 

328

Kachina doll n.d. 

41

Library set listings 1987-1988 

42

Marionettes and puppets 1952-1967 

43

New Deal art 1986 

44

North American indian-Label information: folder 1 ca. 1955-1965 

45

North American indian-Label information: folder 2 ca. 1955-1965 

46

Oceanic -south seas- label copy ca. 1955-1965 

47

Primitive- Africa- research and label copy 

48

Primitive-Africa- label copy ca. 1955-1965 

49

Primitive-Eskimo- label copy 

410

Relief prints for Art Institute n.d. 

411

Shawabti, limestone, dynasty XVIII 

412

South American: label copy and research n.d. 

413

Collections-photography-A-Z undated 

Scope and Contents note

This series contains photographs of some of the extensions collections. Most of the photos have no dates. Some of the photos have the extensions identification number on the back.

BoxFolder

Collections-photographs-ancient-classical 

414

Collections-photographs-ancient-Egypt 

415

Collections-photographs-ancient-misc. 

416

Collections-photographs-ceramics 

417

Collections-photographs-dolls 

418

Collections-photographs enamels 

419

Collections-photographs-glass 

420

Collections-photographs-misc. 

421

Collections-photographs-oriental 

51

Collections-photographs-paintings 

52

Collections-photographs-pottery and porcelains 

53

Collections-photographs-primitive-Eskimo 

54

Collections-photographs-primitive-gallery photos 

55

Collections-photographs-primitive-South Pacific 

56

Collections-photographs-religious and/or Christmas 

57

Collections-photographs-sculpture 

58

Collections-photographs-textiles 

59

Collections-photographs-theatre:puppets,masks,etc. 

510

Collections-photographs-wood 

511

Collections-photographs-writing, manuscripts 

512

Collections-photographs-silver 

513

Collections-photographs-unidentified Near East and South East Asia 

514

Check out books 1965-1969, 1990 

Scope and Contents note

This series has been kept in its original order and is a list of the books that the department owned that were checked out by people or schools. The lists contain the book number, artist, title, location, and out and in dates.

BoxFolder

Check out book 1965-1969 

515

Check out book manuscript and painting file through 1990 

516

Check out book painting through 1990 

517

Check out book prints through 1990 

518

Check out book prints through 1990 

519

Loans 1919-1993  (Bulk, 1980-1993)

Scope and Contents note

This series deals with loans of extensions art work and art work borrowed by extensions. Most of the loans in this series are not to schools but to other museums or universities. It also includes correspondence, loan agreement forms, and photographs.

BoxFolder

Loans 1919, 1926-1967 

61

Loans 1968-1979 

62

Loans 1980-1986 

63

Loans American Federation of the Arts: "Sounding Forms: African Musical Instruments" [restricted] 1987-1989 

64

Loans bronze exhibit, Art Institute of Chicago: [restricted] 1988-1989 

65

Loans bronze exhibit, Art Institute of Chicago: (photographs) 1988-1989 

66

Loans Mrs. E.R. Biddle, Hungarian exhibit, Philadelphia 1977-1978 

67

Loans Case Western Reserve University, Mather Gallery- Biehle pieces 1986 

68

Loans Exhibit of illuminated manuscripts and leaves, CMA 1992 

69

Loans "The Forge of Vulcan" CMA show 1992 

610

Loans W. Blake's Inferno Illustration to CMA show: "The Birth and Flowering of British Romantic Art" CMA shows 1990 

611

Loans Cleveland Public Library 1986, 1990-1991 

612

Loans Cleveland State University "Textiles from Sub-Saharan Africa" [restricted] 1991 

613

Loans Firelands Association for the Visual Arts, reproductions 1982-1983 

614

Loans Gerald White request for Murer poster 1991 

615

Loans Kent State University, "Cleveland Enamelists" [restricted] 1987-1988 

616

Loans Lehman College Art Gallery, "Black Printmakers and the WPA" [restricted] 1989 

617

Loans Mississippi Museum of Art "Two Generation" by Elizabeth Catlett, [restricted] 1990 

618

Loans Museum of Art and Archaelogy, "The Art of the July Monarchy" [restricted] 1988-1989 

619

Loans north Carolina Museum of Art for "Methods of the Masters, Techniques in Art" [restricted] 1986-1987 

620

Loans Oaxala Series #2 by Evelyn S. Ward [restricted] 1990 

621

Loans Pine Branch by A.F. Biehle 1990 

622

Loans San diego Museum of Art- puppets 1991-1992 

623

Loans to University of Missouri for "The Art of the July Monarchy 1989-1990 

624

Loans unmatted reproductions 1975-1976 

625

Loans George Woideck 1981, 1989 

626

Loans Museum of Natural History "Hungarian 1992 

627

Loans Wayne Center for the Arts- Medieval Materials 1992-1993 

628

Shipping Orders 1948-1985  (Bulk, 1960-1985)

BoxFolder

Shipping orders: misc. 1948-1957 

629

Shipping orders: A-G 1960-1985 

630

Shipping orders: H-L 1960-1985 

71

Shipping orders:M 1960-1985 

72

Shipping orders: N-S 1960-1985 

73

Shipping orders: T-V 1960-1985 

74

Shipping orders: W-Z 1960-1985 

75

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Correspondence and Memorandum 1925-1992  (Bulk, 1960-1992)   0.8 Cubic feet  [2.5 boxes]

Scope and Contents note

The correspondence series contains the correspondence and memorandums of the extensions department. The memos range from 1962-1992 with the years 1986-1992 having individual year folders. Correspondence is to people and places including Stewart & Stewart, Cuyahoga Community College, Cleveland Health Museum, and the Weatherland Foundation.

BoxFolder

Correspondence A 1963-1991 

76

Biehle, Fred, 1983 1990 

77

Blausen, Whitney- the costume colletion 1989-1991 

78

Correspondence B 1969-1992 

79

Cleveland Health Museum "Who's Zoo in Medicine 1959-1960 

710

College of Saint Teresa 1990 

711

Cleveland Institute of Music 1975, 1980-1981, 1987, 1989-1991 

712

Cleveland Playhouse (c/o Halle's) 1978 

713

Columbia Museum of Art 1987-1988 

714

Cuyahoga Community College 1973-1979, 1987, 1992 

715

Correspondence C 1969-1992 

716

Embroiderers' Guild of Greater Cleveland (including Fiber Tour, 1988) 1986-1988 

81

Feren, Maurie B. 1985 

82

Franklin Furnace Archive- "Future of the Book/ the Book of the Future 1984 

83

Correspondence D-F 1969-1992 

84

Garden Center of Greater Cleveland 1978-1984, 1991-1992 

85

Correspondence G 1969-1992 

86

Correspondence H 1968-1992 

87

Correspondence J 1958-1992 

88

Correspondence K 1972-1992 

89

Lenihan Insurance Company, includes Mary B. Warner material 1925-1927 

810

Lords Gallery 1976-1979 

811

Lorain Community College 1976-1977, 1987, 1991 

812

Correspondence L 1970-1988 

813

Mansfield Art Center 1977-1983, 1988 

814

Marc Richards Gallery 1986 

815

Correspondence M 1956-1992 

816

Correspondence N 1962-1992 

817

Ohlirich, Harry [restricted] 1969 

818

Penfied, Louis 1986-1987 

819

Correspondence O-P 1969-1992 

820

Registrar's office 1988-1991 

821

Correspondence R 1964-1990 

822

Stewart and Stewart 1981-1989 

823

Stewart and Stewart 1990-1992 

824

Studio Museum in Harlem 1979-1983 

825

Correspondence S 1949-1991 

91

Taft Learning Resource Center 1978-1979, 1981 

92

Turner, Evan- internal memos and notes 1983-1988 

93

Correspondence T 1969-1992 

94

Univesity Hospitals of Cleveland 1948, 1981-1982, 1986-1987 

95

University of Wisconsin 1978 

96

Correspondence U-V 1965-1988 

97

Wayne Center for the Arts 1991-1992 

98

Weatherhead Foundation 1971-1974 

99

Wheeler, Larry (CMA manager of development and membership) 1986-1987 

910

Women's City Club Exhibits 1979-1981 

911

Correspondence W-Z 1948-1992 

912

Correspondence misc. 

913

Memos and internal business, [restricted], 1962-1985 

914

Memos and internal business 1986 

915

Memos and internal business 1987 

916

Memos and internal business 1988 

917

Memos and internal business 1989 

918

Memos and internal business 1990 

919

Memos and internal business 1991 

920

Memos and internal business 1992 

921

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Extensions' Exhibitions 1951-1994   12.33 Cubic feet  [37 boxes]

Exhibitions arranged chronologically 1951-1994   9.33 Cubic feet  [28 boxes]

Scope and Contents note

This subseries contains nearly every exhibit the Extensions department produced for a venue from 1951 to 1994, arranged chronologically. Many of the exhibits contain some of the following: art work labels, brochures, case lists, correspondence, display layouts, essays about the artists or the works, floor plans, lists of works included in exhibit, loan forms, memos, newspaper clippings, order forms, photographs, press releases, and shipping orders. The exhibits were reused by different venues in different years and therefore continuously reappear throughout the subseries.

BoxFolder

Cleveland art week exhibit at Second Federal Bank 1951 

101

Seaway exhibition 1959 

102

Pre-Columbian- south corridor, [Oct. 1960- Dec. 1960] 

103

North American Indian [installed March 1958] lists of objects, correspondence, exhibit diagrams 1967 

104

African art text, education corridor 1968 

105

Looking at African art, CMA lower education level, October 3,1973-December 30,1973 

106

Sculptors' prints and drawings, CMA lower education level, September 24,1975-October 19, 1975 

107

American Japonism: list of objects, loan aggrements, ins. Forms, essay, newspaper clippings, correspondence, photographs, [restricted] 1975 

108

Aspects of 19th century sculpure, [restricted] 1975 

109

Aspects of 19th century sculpture, photographs 1975 

1010

Oriental art: modular unit: materials registration with object lists 1975-1976 

1011

Textile Arts Club: artists address and exhibit list, correspondence, photographs 1976 

1012

Heritage and Horizon: documentary exhibit: artist biographies, registrar's file, photographs 1976 

1013

Materials and Techniques of 20th Century Artists: loans agreements, Beck Center loan agreements, [restricted] 1976 

1014

Materials and Techniques of 20th Century Artists: CMA: brochure, invitation, correspondence, exhibit layout, labels Beck Center: invitation, newspaper clippings, diagrams, brochure,essay 1976 

1015

Materials and Techniques of 20th Century Artists: photographs 1976 

111

Arts of the American Indian: loan agreements, essay, labels, exhibit diagrams, photographs, [restricted] 1976 

112

Exhibition Photo Album [modular exhibitions]: Ancient Greece, N.W. coast Indians, Oriental/Japanese 1976-1977 

113

Modular Unit: loan agreements, requests, label orders, correspondence, exhibit diagrams, supplementry education center (Cleveland Schools) 1976-1977 

114

In the Nature of Materials: Japanese Decorative Arts; 1976-1977 brochure, loan agreements, exhibit labels, correspondence, newspaper clippings, exhibit diagrams 

115

In the Nature of Materials: Japanese Decorative Arts; photographs with labels: ceramic, lacquer, matal, paintings and prints, wood 1976-1977 

116

Audio-Visual unit: oan agreements, requests, label orders, correspondence, exhibit diagrams, supplementry education center (Cleveland Schools) 1977 

121

Significance of Photography as a Personal and Cultural Tool [unrealized project] correspondence, program outline 1977 

122

Fiberworks: exhibition list 1977 

123

Acquisitions of the Extensions Division, Department of Art History and Education; correspondence, loan agreements, conservation report 1977 

124

Acquisitions of the Extensions Division, Department of Art History and Education; photographs 1977 

125

A Study in Regional Taste: The May Show; 1919-1975 [history and heritage], [restricted]; lender forms, correspondence, loan agreements, expect notice 1976-1978 

126

A Study in Regional Taste: The May Show; 1919-1975 [history and heritage]; checklists, correspondence, case diagrams,press release, show labels 1976-1978 

127

A Study in Regional Taste: The May Show; 1919-1975 [history and heritage], photographs 1976-1978 

128

A Study in Regional Taste: The May Show; 1919-1975 [history and heritage]; object photographs 1976-1978 

129

A Study in Regional Taste: The May Show; 1919-1975 [history and heritage]; object photographs 1919-1930 [photo labels only] 1976-1978 

1210

A Study in Regional Taste: The May Show; 1919-1975 [history and heritage] object photographs 1931-1940 1976-1978 

1211

A Study in Regional Taste: The May Show; 1919-1975 [history and heritage]; object photographs 1941-1950 1976-1978 

1212

A Study in Regional Taste: The May Show; 1919-1975 [history and heritage]; object photographs 1951-1960 1976-1978 

1213

A Study in Regional Taste: The May Show; 1919-1975 [history and heritage]; object photographs 1961-1975 1976-1978 

1214

Afro-American in Decorative Arts: offsite loan agreements, correspondence, label order 1978 

1215

American Folk Art: From the Traditional to the Naive; correspondence A-K 1978-1979 

1216

American Folk Art: From the Traditional to the Naive; correspondence M-K 1978-1979 

1217

American Folk Art: From the Traditional to the Naive; inter museum correspondence and memorandum 1978-1979 

131

American Folk Art: From the Traditional to the Naive; grant information 1978-1980 

132

American Folk Art: From the Traditional to the Naive; loan agreements 1978-1980 

133

American Folk Art: From the Traditional to the Naive; newspaper clippings 1978-1980 

134

American Folk Art: From the Traditional to the Naive; photographs 1978-1980 

135

American Folk Art: From the Traditional to the Naive; press release, wall copy, essay, lab service request, floor plan 1978-1980 

136

The Public Monument and Its Audiences: correspondence and exhibit forms 1977-1978 

137

The Public Monument and Its Audiences: press release, photographs, object information 1977-1978 

138

Geometric Forms in Art 1978-1979 

139

Japanese Folk Art: press release, correspondence, text block, essays 1978 

1310

Japanese Folk Art: photography 1978 

1311

Modular Unit: Northwest Coast Indian Art: site information(correspondence, object lists), label orders, memorandums 1978-1979 

1312

Modular Unit: Northwest Coast Indian Art: photographs 1978-1979 

1313

Butkin Foundation: order forms, correspondence 1979 

1314

Between Past and Present: French, English, and American Etching, 1850-1950, Correspondence (Andrews Moving, Associated American Artists, B-W, inter-museum)- including loan agreements 1978-1981 

141

Between Past and Present: French, English, and American Etching, 1850-1950, Press release, text block, photographs, misc. 1978-1981 

142

Between Past and Present: French, English, and American Etching, 1850-1950, Washington D.C. , Philadelphia 1978-1981 

143

Between Past and Present: French, English, and American Etching, 1850-1950, Atlanta-Cleveland 1978-1981 

144

Japanese modular unit: local orders, correspondence 1979 

145

Art Deco: memorandum, diagrams, object lists, shipping order, creators notes [restricted] 1979 

146

Selections of Photography from the Cleveland Museum of Art: at the Beck Center: labels, shippping order, memorandum [restricted] 1979 

147

Japanese Design Through Textile Patterns: correspondence, paperwork, exhibition information 1979 

148

Selections from the History of the Poster: (by location) photographs, brochure, loan agreements, correspondence 1978-1979 

149

Bronzes modular unit: photographs, diagrams, label orders, site information 1979-1980 

1410

American Paintings: 1825-1915: correspondence, newspaper clippings, label orders, photographs 1980 

1411

Contemporary Prints: correspondence, box lists, photographs 1980 

1412

Graphics of the American Scene: correspondence, box lists, photographs, brochure 1980 

1413

Japanese Art: object list, floor plan, photographs 1980 

1414

New Realism and Super Realism: correspondence, box lists, newspaper clippings, text block, photographs 1980 

151

Surrealism in Perspective: memorandum, shipping orders, case lists, brochure info [restricted] 1980 

152

Surrealism in Perspective: photographs 1980 

153

Science Within Art: memorandum, shipping orders, loan agreements, floor plans, press release, photographs [restricted] 1980 

154

Afro-American Traditions in Decorative Art [restricted] memorandum, expect notices, loan agreement, brochure, photographs 1979-1981 

155

Printed Images: brochure, press release, object lists, floor plans, memorandum, photographs 1960-1980 

156

Five Cleveland Artists: label lists, memorandum [restricted] 1981 

157

Decorative Arts in Cleveland (1919-1970): memorandum, object lists, brochure text, photographs 1979-1980 

158

American Realism and the Industrial Age: memorandum, case list, shipping orders, exhibition diagrams, photographs 1981 

159

Art and the Stage: labels, catologue text, memorandum, expect notices, floor plan, photographs 1981 

1510

The Age of Elegance, Cleveland (1880-1914): correspondence A-Z(except Biehle), loan agreements, expect notices, newpaper clippings 1980-1984 

1511

The Age of Elegance, Cleveland (1880-1914) [restricted] correspondence Biehle, loan agreements, shipping orders, object list 1980-1984 

1512

The Age of Elegance, Cleveland (1880-1914): text block, exhibit diagrams, press release, unit itinerary, shipping orders 1980-1984 

1513

The Age of Elegance, Cleveland (1880-1914): photographs, negatives 1980-1984 

1514

Photographs by the Photorealists: correspondence, label orders, negatives 1981 

161

Lithography: Process and Image: brochure, wall text, exhibit design, loan agreements, correspondence, label orders 1982 

162

Lithography: Process and Image: photographs 1982 

163

The Art of Bronze: correspondence, negatives, object list, show labels, newspaper clippings 1982 

164

Cleveland Ceramics (1920's-1970's): text copy, correspondence, photography, pedestal chart, location information 1982 

165

Cleveland Heritage Program: correspondence, loan forms, newspaper clippings 1982 

166

Cleveland Institute of Art Centennial Exhibition: shipping orders/ loan agreements, memorandum 1982 

167

Edris Eckhardt- Fifty Year Retrospective: program, correspondence, shipping order, object list 1982 

168

Paper: the Continuous Thread; object list, correspondence, floor plan, show diagrams 1982 

169

Paul Travis: Africa (1927-1928): Mrs. Paul Travis, loan agreements, correspondence, shipping orders 1982 

1610

Paul Travis: Africa (1927-1928): Site specific: CMA, Beachwood Museum, School of Fine Arts Willoughby 1982 

1611

Paul Travis: Africa (1927-1928): photographs (objects) 1982 

1612

Paul Travis: Africa (1927-1928): photographs (locations), negatives 1982 

1613

Consuming Passions: The Art of Food and Drink: (site specific: Toledo Museum, Beck Center, Beachwood Museum), correspondence, shipping orders, expect notices 1982-1984 

171

Consuming Passions: The Art of Food and Drink: photographs, negatives 1982-1984 

172

Consuming Passions: The Art of Food and Drink: photography 1982-1984 

173

Consuming Passions: The Art of Food and Drink: Press release, wall labels, memorandum, pedestal layouts 1982-1984 

174

Consuming Passions: The Art of Food and Drink: 

175

Consuming Passions: The Art of Food and Drink: loan agreements, correspondence, [restricted] 1982-1984 

176

Japanese Textiles: Beck Center 1983 

177

Paper Making and Silk Screen Making 1983 

178

Japanese No Drama: Beck Center 1983 

181

Young Audiences: Workshop 1983 

182

Young Audiences: modular unit 1983-1984 

183

Young Audiences 1983-1984 

184

Five Materials exhibition 1983-1984 

185

Five Materials exhibition 1983-1984 

186

Five Materials exhibition: loan agreements, publicity 1983-1984 

191

Five Materials exhibition: extensions exhibitions 1983-1984 

192

Five Materials exhibition: Ursuline College 1983-1984 

193

Five Materials exhibition: Beck Center 1983-1984 

194

Five Materials exhibition: Schools 1 1983-1984 

195

Five Materials exhibition: Schools 2 1983-1984 

196

Five Materials exhibition: lectures of A. Chakalis and K. Wood 1983-1984 

197

Five Materials exhibition: metals, paper, enamels, glass 1983 

201

Five Materials exhibition: Beck Center and Ursuline College 1984 

202

Five Materials exhibition: Beck Center 1984 

203

Five Materials exhibition: photographs 1983-1984 

204

Young Audiences: modular unit 1983-1984 

205

European Folk Art: modular unit, 1984 

206

North American Indian Paintings 1984 

207

Mummies: Secrets and Science: Cleveland Health Museum 1984-1985 

208

Modular Unit: Cleveland Schools 1984-1986 

209

Morley Library: Painsville, Ohio 1985 

2010

Materials on Bamboo 1985 

2011

Modular Unit: Wilcox School, North Ridgeville 1985 

2012

The Family: Howard Chapman Elementary School, Strongsville 1985 

211

The Fine Art of Graphic Design 1985 

212

Molas: Tribal Signature of the Cuna Indians 1985 

213

Nature in Art 1985 

214

Sacred India 1985-1986 

215

Sacred India: CMA and Beck Center 1985-1986 

216

Sacred India: Hindu and Jain 1985-1986 

217

Sacred India: Kushan Exhibition 1985-1986 

218

Drawing: A Line of Departure 1985-1986 

219

Drawing: A Line of Departure: Prints and Drawings Department 1985-1986 

2110

Drawing: A Line of Departure: Beck Center 1985-1986 

221

Drawing: A Line of Departure: Beck Center, S. Campbell 1985-1986 

222

Drawing: A Line of Departure: Beck Center, W.Gould 1985-1986 

223

Drawing: A Line of Departure: Beck Center, H. Greenlee 1985-1986 

224

Drawing: A Line of Departure: Beck Center, G. Kocman 1985-1986 

225

Drawing: A Line of Departure: Beck Center 1985-1986 

226

Drawing: A Line of Departure: Ursuline College 1985-1986 

227

Drawing: A Line of Departure: Ursuline 1985-1986 

228

Drawing: A Line of Departure: misc. 1985-1986 

229

Drawing: A Line of Departure: Department of Education- K-2 1985-1986 

231

Drawing: A Line of Departure: Department of Education- 3-4 1985-1986 

232

Drawing: A Line of Departure: Department of Education- 9-12 1985-1986 

233

Drawing: A Line of Departure: text copy originals 1985-1986 

234

Drawing: A Line of Departure: artist sections, drawings 1985-1986 

235

Drawing: A Line of Departure: drawings,1985-1986 

236

Drawing: A Line of Departure: press clippings, work orders 1985-1986 

237

Drawing: A Line of Departure: photographs and slides 1985-1986 

238

Drawing: A Line of Departure: extension schools, workshops 1985-1986 

239

Progressive Vision: Downtown Cleveland: 1903-1930 1986 

241

Progressive Vision: Downtown Cleveland: 1903-1930: Cuyahoga County Archives 1986 

242

Progressive Vision: Downtown Cleveland: 1903-1930: object lists 1986 

243

Progressive Vision: Downtown Cleveland: 1903-1930: loan forms 1986 

244

Progressive Vision: Downtown Cleveland: 1903-1930: photographs 1986 

245

Progressive Vision: Downtown Cleveland: 1903-1930: Cleveland photographs 1986 

246

Progressive Vision: Downtown Cleveland: 1903-1930: photos from Cleveland public library 1986 

247

Progressive Vision: Downtown Cleveland: 1903-1930: Extensions 1986 

248

Progressive Vision: Downtown Cleveland: 1903-1930: loans, folder 1 1986 

249

Progressive Vision: Downtown Cleveland: 1903-1930: loans, folder 2 1986 

2410

Progressive Vision: Downtown Cleveland: 1903-1930: loans, folder 3 1986 

2411

American Way in Sculpture: photographs 1986 

251

National Association of Women Artists 1986 

252

Possessors of Power: African Masks and Sculpture 1986 

253

Objects of the Arfterlife: Selection From Early Peru 1986 

254

Objects of the Arfterlife: Selection From Early Peru: correspondence 1986 

255

Objects of the Arfterlife: Selection From Early Peru: bibliography, photograph numbers, label copy 1986 

256

Objects of the Arfterlife: Selection From Early Peru: photographs 1986 

257

Objects of the Arfterlife: Selection From Early Peru: instillation 1986 

258

Objects of the Arfterlife: Selection From Early Peru: drafts for public relations 1986 

259

Objects of the Arfterlife: Selection From Early Peru: public relations 1986 

2510

Objects of the Arfterlife: Selection From Early Peru: corrections 1986 

2511

The Magic of Still Life 1986-1987 

2512

Resistant Rhythms: The Art of Japanese Stencils 1987 

261

Resistant Rhythms: The Art of Japanese Stencils 1987 

262

The Subconscious Image: A Selection of 20th Century Prints 1987 

263

North American Indian Painting 1987 

264

North American Indian Painting: wallcopy labels 1987 

265

North American Indian Painting: object labels 1987 

266

North American Indian Painting: Sandusky 1987 

267

Goddesses and Their Offspring 1987 

268

Goddesses and Their Offspring: Roberson, Beck Center 1987 

269

Goddesses and Their Offspring: Label copy, exhibition forms 1987 

2610

Goddesses and Their Offspring: Roberson Museum 1987 

271

Goddesses and Their Offspring: Croatia 1987 

272

Goddesses and Their Offspring: Hungary 1987 

273

Goddesses and Their Offspring: Poland 1987 

274

Goddesses and Their Offspring: Romania 1987 

275

Goddesses and Their Offspring: Russia 1987 

276

Goddesses and Their Offspring: Ruthenian 1987 

277

Goddesses and Their Offspring: Slovakia, folder 1 1987 

278

Goddesses and Their Offspring: Slovakia, folder 2 1987 

279

Goddesses and Their Offspring: Ukraine 1987 

2710

Goddesses and Their Offspring: press clippings 1987 

2711

Goddesses and Their Offspring 1987 

281

The Order of Things: The History of the Column 1987-1988 

282

The Order of Things: The History of the Column 1987-1988 

283

The Order of Things: The History of the Column: modular unit exhibition, press release(1989) 1987-1988 

284

The Order of Things: The History of the Column: photographs, folder 1 1987-1988 

285

The Order of Things: The History of the Column: photographs, folder 2 1989-1991 

286

In Praise of Troubled Dreams- Albin Brunovsky: Beck Center 1988-1989 

287

All Nations Festival 1989 

288

American Cities: The Artist's View 1989 

289

Collaborations in Monotype: installation layout 1989 

291

Collaborations in Monotype: budget 1989 

292

Collaborations in Monotype: studio of Gardner Tullis 1989 

293

Collaborations in Monotype: Garner Tullis Exhibition 1989 

294

Collaborations in Monotype: labels for Tullis exhibition 1989 

295

Collaborations in Monotype: artists inTullis exhibition 1989 

296

Collaborations in Monotype: history of prints 1989 

297

Holy Image, Holy Space: Icons and Frescoes from Greece 1988-1989 

298

Holy Image, Holy Space: Icons and Frescoes from Greece: agenda 1988-1989 

301

Holy Image, Holy Space: Icons and Frescoes from Greece: newspaper clippings 1988-1989 

302

Holy Image, Holy Space: Icons and Frescoes from Greece: fund raising 1988-1989 

303

Holy Image, Holy Space: Icons and Frescoes from Greece: contributors, folder 1 1988-1989 

304

Holy Image, Holy Space: Icons and Frescoes from Greece: contributors, folder 2 1988-1989 

305

Holy Image, Holy Space: Icons and Frescoes from Greece: contributors, folder 3 1988-1989 

306

Holy Image, Holy Space: Icons and Frescoes from Greece: Greek community 1988-1989 

307

Holy Image, Holy Space: Icons and Frescoes from Greece: Greek community programs 1988-1989 

308

Holy Image, Holy Space: Icons and Frescoes from Greece: donors 1988-1989 

309

Holy Image, Holy Space: Icons and Frescoes from Greece: Byzantine Catholic Church 1988-1989 

311

Holy Image, Holy Space: Icons and Frescoes from Greece: icon review 1989 

312

Holy Image, Holy Space: Icons and Frescoes from Greece: icon exhibition 1989 

313

Holy Image, Holy Space: Icons and Frescoes from Greece: icon funding 1989 

314

Holy Image, Holy Space: Icons and Frescoes from Greece: fund raising 1989 

315

Holy Image, Holy Space: Icons and Frescoes from Greece: Notre Dame College 1989 

316

Holy Image, Holy Space: Icons and Frescoes from Greece: thank you letters 1989 

317

Holy Image, Holy Space: Icons and Frescoes from Greece: publicity 1989 

318

Holy Image, Holy Space: Icons and Frescoes from Greece: photographs, negatives, contact sheet 1989 

319

Access to Art: All Creatures Great and Small 1990 

321

Possessors of Power 1990 

322

Possessors of Power 1990 

323

Nature Exhibition 1990 

324

Nature Exhibition: sections I, II, III 1990 

325

Life Images: A Child's View 1989-1990 

326

Life Images: A Child's View: programs 1989-1990 

327

Life Images: A Child's View: school extensions 1989-1990 

328

Life Images: A Child's View: Wayne Center 1989-1990 

329

Life Images: A Child's View: Japanese- American Art Exchange 1990 

331

Life Images: A Child's View: Japan-Cleveland exchange 1990 

332

Life Images: A Child's View: children's art and publications 1990 

333

Life Images: A Child's View 1990 

334

Life Images: A Child's View: various schools 1990-1991 

335

Life Images: A Child's View: Japanese-American Exchange, Beck Center 1990 

336

Life Images: A Child's View: Wayne Center for the Arts 1991 

337

Life Images: A Child's View: publicity and misc. 1991 

338

Medieval Art: Materials and Society of the Middle Ages (1100-1400) 1990 

339

Medieval Art: Materials and Society of the Middle Ages (1100-1400): Euclid, Lee Road, South Euclid Libraries 1991 

3310

Medieval Art: Materials and Society of the Middle Ages (1100-1400): six libraries 1991 

3311

Watercolors by Cleveland Artists from 1920-1950 1991 

341

The Triumph of Japanese Style 1991 

342

The Triumph of Japanese Style: revised modular unit 1991 

343

The Triumph of Japanese Style: text 1991 

344

The Oil Lamp and Its History 1991 

345

The Oil Lamp and Its History 1991 

346

The Oil Lamp and Its History: early exhibit history 1991 

347

The Oil Lamp and Its History: figural metal, other types, case layout 1991 

348

The Oil Lamp and Its History: research 1991 

349

The Oil Lamp and Its History: label copy 1991 

3410

The Oil Lamp and Its History: inventory 1991 

3411

The Oil Lamp and Its History: exhibition and workshop guide 1991 

351

The Oil Lamp and Its History: brochure 1991 

352

The Oil Lamp and Its History: notes for brochure 1991 

353

The Oil Lamp and Its History: later texts 1991 

354

The Oil Lamp and Its History: timeline 1991 

355

The Oil Lamp and Its History: lists, carretpond 1991 

356

The Oil Lamp and Its History: photographs 1991 

357

The Oil Lamp and Its History: negatives and slides 1991 

358

The Oil Lamp and Its History: information on oil 1991 

359

The Oil Lamp and Its History: information on oil 1991 

3510

The Oil Lamp and Its History: curriculum for teachers 1991 

3511

The Oil Lamp and Its History: carpenter shop 1991 

3512

The Oil Lamp and Its History: exhibition info with corrections 1991 

361

The Oil Lamp and Its History: object labels 1991 

362

The Oil Lamp and Its History: Ursuline College 1991 

363

The Oil Lamp and Its History: Willoughby Schools of Fine Arts, Ashtabula Arts Center 1991 

364

The Oil Lamp and Its History: Wayne Center for the Arts, Wooster 1991 

365

The Oil Lamp and Its History: The Temple Museum 1991 

366

The Oil Lamp and Its History: Photo negatives 1991 

367

Egypt's Dazzling Sun: Amenhotep III: background 1992 

368

Egypt's Dazzling Sun: Amenhotep III: working files 1992 

369

Egypt's Dazzling Sun: Amenhotep III: schedule, religion, gods 1992 

3610

Contemporary Still Life Prints: photographs 1992 

3611

Region 9 Recovery: The Works Progress Administration, Cleveland: 1933-1943 1992 

3612

Region 9 Recovery: The Works Progress Administration, Cleveland: 1933-1943: text 1992 

3613

Region 9 Recovery: The Works Progress Administration, Cleveland: 1933-1943: Cleveland artists 1992 

3614

Region 9 Recovery: The Works Progress Administration, Cleveland: 1933-1943: installation 1992 

3615

Region 9 Recovery: The Works Progress Administration, Cleveland: 1933-1943: extensions division 1992 

371

Region 9 Recovery: The Works Progress Administration, Cleveland: 1933-1943: graphics 1992 

372

From Hand to Mouth: A History of Flatware 1994 

373

From Hand to Mouth: A History of Flatware: object labels 1994 

374

From Hand to Mouth: A History of Flatware: items included in exhibition 1994 

375

From Hand to Mouth: A History of Flatware: working lists 1994 

376

Extention arranged by location 1959-1993   3.0 Cubic feet  [9 boxes]

Scope and Contents note

This subseries is similar to the above subseries. These folders are arranged by the venue borrowing the extensions exhibit. The venues are arranged alphabetically. Exhibits are filed chronological within the location. This subseries contains some of the following: art work labels, brochures, case lists, correspondence, display layouts, essays about the artists or the works, floor plans, lists of works included in exhibit, loan forms, memos, newspaper clippings, order forms, photographs, press releases, and shipping orders.

BoxFolder

Ashtabula Arts Center 1977-1985 

381

Ashtabula Arts Center: Beth Lieber 1987-1988 

382

Ashtabula Arts Center 1989, 1992 

383

Ashtabula Arts Center: Nature in Art 1989-1990 

384

Ashtabula Arts Center: Oil Lamp, Life Images 1991-1992 

385

Ashtabula Arts Center: Region 9 Recovery: WPA, Cleveland: 1933-1943 1993 

386

Baldwin Wallace College 1958-1962 

387

Beachwood Museum 1982-1985 

388

Beck Center: photographs, [ca. 1976] 

389

Beck Center 1976-1984 

3810

Beck Center: Stewart and Stewart 1990-1991 

3811

Beck Center 1986-1992 

3812

City Hall 1990 

3813

Cleveland Children's Museum 1985-1986, 1990 

3814

Cleveland Clinic Atrium Facility 1986 

3815

Cleveland Clinic Atrium Facility 1981-1986 

3816

Cleveland Clinic Atrium Facility: photographs 1989 

3817

Cleveland Public Library Art Gallery: gallery layout 

3818

Cleveland Public Library Art Gallery: exhibitions and attendance 1960-1978 

3819

Cleveland Public Library Art Gallery: Changing Styles: Cleveland Painting and Ceramics, June 06,1960- September 02,1960 

3820

Cleveland Public Library Art Gallery: Changing Styles: Cleveland Painting and Ceramics 1960 

3821

Cleveland Public Library Art Gallery: Peasant Art Exhibition, September 05, 1960-December 02, 1960 

3822

Cleveland Public Library Art Gallery: Christian Art in Painting and Other Media, December 05, 1960-March 03, 1961 

3823

Cleveland Public Library Art Gallery: Oriental Ceramics and Textiles, March 06, 1961-June 02, 1961 

3824

Cleveland Public Library Art Gallery: Christian Arts, 1961 

3825

Cleveland Public Library Art Gallery: Cleveland Enamels and Watercolors, June 05, 1961-August 26, 1961 

3826

Cleveland Public Library Art Gallery: Primitive and Tribal Art, August 28, 1961-December 01, 1961 

3827

Cleveland Public Library Art Gallery: Primitive and Tribal Art, August 28, 1961-December 01, 1961 

3828

Cleveland Public Library Art Gallery: Prints and Processes, December 02, 1961-March 03, 1962 

391

Cleveland Public Library Art Gallery: Color, March 03,1962-June 02, 1962 

392

Cleveland Public Library Art Gallery: Egyptian Art, June 02, 1962-August 24, 1962 

393

Cleveland Public Library Art Gallery: Glass, August 25, 1962-November 24, 1962 

394

Cleveland Public Library Art Gallery: Changing Styles: Cleveland Paintings and Ceramics, 1962 

395

Cleveland Public Library Art Gallery: Sculpture and Watercolors, November 24, 1962-February 23, 1963 

396

Cleveland Public Library Art Gallery: Latin American Crafts, February 23, 1963-May 24, 1963 

397

Cleveland Public Library Art Gallery: Line in Art, May 25, 1963-August 24, 1963 

398

Cleveland Public Library Art Gallery: Children in Art, August 24, 1963-November 23, 1963 

399

Cleveland Public Library Art Gallery: Contemporary Arts and Crafts, November 23, 1963-February 22, 1964 

3910

Cleveland Public Library Art Gallery: Texture in Art February 24, 1964-May 22, 1964 

3911

Cleveland Public Library Art Gallery: Pottery Through the Ages, May 23, 1964-August 22, 1964 

3912

Cleveland Public Library Art Gallery: Nature in Art, August 22, 1964-November 21, 1964 

3913

Cleveland Public Library Art Gallery: Graphic Communications, November 21, 1964-February 20, 1965 

3914

Cleveland Public Library Art Gallery: Visual Shapes and Spaces February 20, 1965-May 22, 1965 

3915

Cleveland Public Library Art Gallery:Contemporary Prints, May 22, 1965-August 22, 1965 

3916

Cleveland Public Library Art Gallery: Dolls, Puppets, and Shadows, August 22, 1965-November 20, 1965 

3917

Cleveland Public Library Art Gallery: North American Indian Art, November 20, 1965-February 19, 1966 

3918

Cleveland Public Library Art Gallery: Composition, February 19, 1966-May 21, 1966 

3919

Cleveland Public Library Art Gallery: Man, May 21, 1966-August 20, 1966 

3920

Cleveland Public Library Art Gallery: Animals in Art, August 22, 1966-November 18, 1966 

3921

Cleveland Public Library Art Gallery: Classical, November 19, 1966-February 18, 1967 

3922

Cleveland Public Library Art Gallery: Materials Used by the Artist, February 18, 1967-May 20, 1967 

3923

Cleveland Public Library Art Gallery: Then and Now, May 21, 1967-August 18, 1967 

3924

Cleveland Public Library Art Gallery: Oriental Art, August 20, 1967-November 17, 1967 

3925

Cleveland Public Library Art Gallery: Just Black and White, November 20, 1967-February 17, 1968 

3926

Cleveland Public Library Art Gallery: Contemporary Relief Prints, February 17, 1968-May 17, 1968 

3927

Cleveland Public Library Art Gallery: Embroidery, May 20, 1968-August 16, 1968 

3928

Cleveland Public Library Art Gallery: Miniatures in Art, August 17, 1968-November 16, 1968 

401

Cleveland Public Library Art Gallery: Posters, November 17, 1968-February 14, 1969 

402

Cleveland Public Library Art Gallery: Arts of Cleveland: Past and Present, February 15, 1969-May 16, 1969 

403

Cleveland Public Library Art Gallery: Northwest Coast Indian and Eskimo Art, May 24, 1969-August 15, 1969 

404

Cleveland Public Library Art Gallery: Styles of the Sixties, August 17, 1969-November 14, 1969 

405

Cleveland Public Library Art Gallery: The Human Figure, November 17, 1969-February 14, 1970 

406

Cleveland Public Library Art Gallery: Circus and Carnival, February 17, 1970-May 15, 1970 

407

Cleveland Public Library Art Gallery: Land, Sea, and Sky, May 18, 1970-August 22, 1970 

408

Cleveland Public Library Art Gallery: Wood Used by the Artist, August 17, 1970-November 13, 1970 

409

Cleveland Public Library Art Gallery: Weaving, November 16, 1970-February 12, 1971 

4010

Cleveland Public Library Art Gallery: North American Indian Art, 1971 

4011

Cleveland Public Library Art Gallery: European Ceramics and Textiles 18th century - 19th century, February 15; 1971- May 14; 1971 

4012

Cleveland Public Library Art Gallery: Native Arts of the South Pacific, May 17; 1971-August 14; 1971 

4013

Cleveland Public Library Art Gallery: Contemporary Cleveland Art, August 16; 1971-November 12; 1971 

4014

Cleveland Public Library Art Gallery: Flowers in Art, November 15; 1971-February 11; 1972 

4015

Cleveland Public Library Art Gallery: Geometric forms in Art, February 14; 1972-May 12; 1972 

4016

Cleveland Public Library Art Gallery: The Art of Tribal Africa, May 15; 1972-August 11; 1972 

4017

Cleveland Public Library Art Gallery: Graphic Communications, August 14; 1972-November 10; 1972 

4018

Cleveland Public Library Art Gallery: Indians of the United States, November 13; 1972-February 09; 1973 

4019

Cleveland Public Library Art Gallery: See It- See Through It, February 12; 1973-May 11; 1973 

4020

Cleveland Public Library Art Gallery: Printed Textiles, May 14; 1973-August 10; 1973 

4021

Cleveland Public Library Art Gallery: Ancient Egyptian Art, August 12; 1973-November 09; 1973 

4022

Cleveland Public Library Art Gallery: European Folk Art, November 12; 1973-February 08; 1974 

411

Cleveland Public Library Art Gallery: Cleveland Watercolors and Enamels, February 11; 1974-May 10; 1974 

412

Cleveland Public Library Art Gallery: Latin America, May 13; 1974-August 09; 1974 

413

Cleveland Public Library Art Gallery: Federal Art in Cleveland, August 1974-January 1975 

414

Cleveland Public Library Art Gallery: Chinese Textiles and Ceramics, January 13; 1975-May 09; 1975 

415

Cleveland Public Library Art Gallery: Contemporary Prints, May 12; 1975-August 08; 1975 

416

Cleveland State University; 1962-1966; 1976-1977; 1985; 1988 (includes Fenn College) 

417

Clevlenad State University/ Fenn College; 1964-1965 installation views 

418

John Carroll University 1966 

419

Johnson-Humrick House Memorial Museum 1979 

4110

Karamu House Art Gallery correspondence 

4111

Karamu House Art Gallery gallery layout, newspaper clippings, exhibit lists 

4112

Karamu House Art Gallery: Oriental, May 22, 1959-July 08, 1959 

4113

Karamu House Art Gallery: Cleveland Painting and Sculpture, July 08, 1959-September 30, 1959 

4114

Karamu House Art Gallery: African, March 02, 1959-August 29, 1960 

4115

Karamu House Art Gallery: American Indian, September 30, 1959-February 29, 1960 

4116

Karamu House Art Gallery: Classical, August 30, 1960-December 13, 1960 

4117

Karamu House Art Gallery: Peasant Art, December 15, 1960-March 14, 1961 

4118

Karamu House Art Gallery: Prints and Processes, March 16, 1961-June 27, 1961 

4119

Karamu House Art Gallery:Egyptian, June 29, 1961-September 26, 1961 

4120

Karamu House Art Gallery: Cleveland Watercolors and Enamels, September 27, 1961-December 27, 1961 

4121

Karamu House Art Gallery: Glass, December, 27, 1961-March 28, 1962 

4122

Karamu House Art Gallery: 14-17th Century European Art, March 28, 1962-June 27, 1962 

4123

Karamu House Art Gallery: Contemporary Arts and Crafts, June 27, 1962-September 26, 1962 

4124

Karamu House Art Gallery: Latin America, September 26, 1962-December 28, 1962 

4125

Karamu House Art Gallery: Primative and Tribal Art, December 27, 1962-March 27, 1963 

4126

Karamu House Art Gallery: Chinese Ceramics and Textile, March 27, 1963-June 26, 1963 s 

4127

Karamu House Art Gallery:Early Cultures of Latin America, June 26, 1963-September 25, 1963 

4128

Karamu House Art Gallery: Color, September 25, 1963-December 18, 1963 

4129

Karamu House Art Gallery: Children in Art, December 18, 1963-March 25, 1964 

4130

Karamu House Art Gallery: Graphic Communications, March 25, 1964-June 24, 1964 

421

Karamu House Art Gallery: Line in Art, September 30, 1964-December 30, 1964 

422

Karamu House Art Gallery: Animals in Art, June 24, 1964-September 30, 1964 

423

Karamu House Art Gallery: Arts of Japan, December 30, 1964-March 31, 1965 

424

Karamu House Art Gallery: Pottery Through the Ages, March 31, 1965-June 29, 1965 

425

Karamu House Art Gallery: Flowers in Art, June 29, 1965-September 28, 1965 

426

Karamu House Art Gallery: Theater, September 29, 1965-December 29, 1965 

427

Karamu House Art Gallery: Texture, December 29, 1965-March 30, 1966 

428

Karamu House Art Gallery, Contemporary Prints, March 30, 1966-June 29, 1966 

429

Karamu House Art Gallery: Visual Shapes and Space, June 29, 1966-August 27, 1966 

4210

Karamu House Art Gallery: Watercolor, September 29, 1966-December 30, 1966 

4211

Karamu House Art Gallery: Man, December 28, 1966-March 29, 1967 

4212

Karamu House Art Gallery: Arts of Scandinavia and Northern Europe, March 30, 1967-June 27, 1967 

4213

Karamu House Art Gallery: African Tribal Art, June 29, 1967-September 26, 1967 

4214

Karamu House Art Gallery: Contemorary Relief Prints, September 27, 1967-December 27, 1967 

4215

Karamu House Art Gallery: Oriental Art, December 27, 1967-March 26, 1968 

4216

Karamu House Art Gallery: Contemporary Art with Panels, March 28, 1968-June 25, 1968 

4217

Karamu House Art Gallery: Just Black and White, June 26, 1968-August 23, 1968 

4218

Karamu House Art Gallery: Embroidery, September 25, 1968-December 26, 1968 

4219

Karamu House Art Gallery: Of The Sea, December 28, 1968-March 25, 1969 

4220

Karamu House Art Gallery: Wood used by the Artist, March 27, 1969-June 26, 1969 

4221

Karamu House Art Gallery: Graphic Design by Contemporary Artists, June 26, 1969-September 23, 1969 

4222

Karamu House Art Gallery: American Art: late 18th- early 20th century, September 25, 1969-December 28, 1969 

4223

Karamu House Art Gallery: Native Arts of the South Pacific, December 30, 1969-March 24, 1970 

4224

Karamu House Art Gallery: Design Elements, March 26, 1970-June 23, 1970 

4225

Karamu House Art Gallery: Scale and Relative Size, June 24, 1970-September 22, 1970 

4226

Karamu House Art Gallery: Style of the Sixties, September 24, 1970-December 22, 1970 

4227

Karamu House Art Gallery: Texture in Art, December 23, 1970-March 23, 1971 

4228

Karamu House Art Gallery: Indians of the United States, March 24, 1971-June 22, 1971 

4229

Karamu House Art Gallery: Ancient Egypt, June 24, 1971-September 21, 1971 

4230

Karamu House Art Gallery: Latin American Arts and Crafts, September 23, 1971-December 21, 1971 

4231

Karamu House Art Gallery: Mother and Child, December 22, 1971-March 21, 1972 

4232

Karamu House Art Gallery: Contemporary Pottery, March 23, 1972-June 20, 1972 

4233

Karamu House Art Gallery: Birds and Animals in Art, June 22, 1972-September 19, 1972 

4234

Karamu House Art Gallery: The Art of Tribal Africa, September 21, 1972-December 19, 1972 

4235

Karamu House Art Gallery: Geometric Forms, December 21, 1972-March 20, 1973 

4236

Karamu House Art Gallery: Contemporary Prints, March 22, 1973-June 19, 1973 

4237

Karamu House Art Gallery: The Performing Arts, June 21, 1973-September 18, 1973 

4238

Karamu House Art Gallery: Pottery: Varieties of Surface Decoration, September 19, 1973-December 18, 1973 

4239

Karamu House Art Gallery: Costume and Accessories, December 20, 1973-March 19, 1974 

4240

Karamu House Art Gallery: Creative Relief Prints, March 20, 1974-June 18, 1974 

4241

Karamu House Art Gallery: Folkarts of Europe, June 20, 1974-September 17, 1974 

4242

Karamu House Art Gallery: African Tribal Art, September 19, 1974-December 17, 1974 

431

Karamu House Art Gallery: Metalcraft: The Lost-Wax Process, December 19, 1974-March 18, 1975 

432

Karamu House Art Gallery: A Way to See: Realism to Abstraction, March 19, 1975-June 17, 1975 

433

Karamu House Art Gallery: Eskimo Art, June 19, 1975-September 16, 1975 

434

Karamu House Art Gallery: Printed Textiles, September 17, 1975-December 16, 1975 

435

Karamu House Art Gallery: Fantasy- Vision and Imagination, December 17, 1975-March 16, 1976 

436

Karamu House Art Gallery: Cleveland Prints and Pottery, March 19, 1976-June 15, 1976 

437

Karamu House Art Gallery: Intaglio Prints, June 17, 1976-September 14, 1976 

438

Karamu House Art Gallery: Modern Glass, September 15, 1976-December 14, 1976 

439

Karamu House Art Gallery: Ancient Greek and Roman Art, March 06, 1978-June 14, 1978 

4310

Karamu House Art Gallery: City View, June 14, 1978-September 12, 1978 

4311

Karamu House Art Gallery: Cleveland Pottery,March 01, 1979-June 12, 1979 

4312

Karamu House Art Gallery: Early American Art, June 13, 1979-September 12, 1979 

4313

Karamu House Art Gallery: North American Indian Art, September 12, 1979-December 11, 1979 

4314

Karamu House Art Gallery: European Folk Art, December 12, 1979-March 11, 1980 

4315

Karamu House Art Gallery: Japanese Handcrafts, March 13, 1980-June 11, 1980 

4316

Karamu House Art Gallery: Wood Sculpture, June 12, 1980-September 11, 1980 

4317

Karamu House Art Gallery: Glass, September 12, 1980-December 10, 1980 

4318

Karamu House Art Gallery: North American Indian Basketry, March26, 1981-Juen 10, 1981 

4319

Karamu House Art Gallery: Javanese Wajang Figures, June 12, 1981-September 09, 1981 

4320

Karamu House Art Gallery: Eskimo Art, September 10, 1981-December 09, 1981 

4321

Karamu House Art Gallery: Oceanic Art, December 10, 1981-March 10, 1982 

4322

Karamu House Art Gallery: African Arts, March 11, 1982-June 09, 1982 

4323

Karamu House Art Gallery: Sculpture, June 10, 1982-September 08, 1982 

4324

Karamu House Art Gallery: Book Arts, September 09, 1982-December 08, 1982 

4325

Karamu House Art Gallery: Art and Dance, October 03, 1982-October 31, 1982 

4326

Karamu House Art Gallery: Japanese Lacquer, December 09, 1982-March 09, 1983 

4327

Karamu House Art Gallery: Batik Textiles, March 10, 1983-June, 1983 

4328

Karamu House Art Gallery: Graphics of the American Scene, June 09, 1983-September 05, 1983 

4329

Karamu House Art Gallery: European Folk Art, September 06, 1983-December 07, 1983 

4330

Karamu House Art Gallery: Chinese Art, November 11, 1983-November 15, 1983 

4331

Karamu House Art Gallery: North American Indian Basketry, December 08, 1983-March 08, 1984 

4332

Karamu House Art Gallery: Pottery by Cleveland Artists, March 09, 1984-June 07, 1984 

4333

Karamu House Art Gallery: Decorative Boxes/ European, June 04, 1984-September 06, 1984 

4334

Karamu House Art Gallery: Modern Japanese Prints, September 19, 1984-December 06, 1984 

4335

Karamu House Art Gallery: Bronze Casting Process Set, December 07, 1984-March 07, 1985 

4336

Karamu House Art Gallery: Contemporary Glass, March 08, 1985-June 06, 1985 

4337

Karamu House Art Gallery: European Manuscripts, September 07, 1985-December 05, 1985 

4338

Karamu House Art Gallery: Miniatures, December 05, 1985-March, 1986 

4339

Karamu House Art Gallery: [Book Arts ?], March 04, 1986-June 11, 1986 

4340

Karamu House Art Gallery: Drawings by George G Adomeit, American, Cleveland, (1879-1967), June 10, 1986-September 07, 1986 

4341

Karamu House Art Gallery: North American Indian Baskets, September 06, 1986-December, 1986 

4342

Karamu House Art Gallery: Illuminated Manuscripts, December 06, 1986-March 06, 1987 

4343

Karamu House Art Gallery: Silkscreen: Prints and Process, March 09, 1987-June 07, 1987 

4344

Karamu House Art Gallery: [?], June 06, 1987-September, 1987 

4345

Karamu House Art Gallery: [Reproductions ?], September 09, 1987-December, 1987 

4346

Karamu House Art Gallery: Javanese Shadow Figures, December 09, 1987-March 09, 1988 

4347

Karamu House Art Gallery: Mexican Handcrafts, March 17, 1988-June 09, 1988 

4348

Karamu House Art Gallery: Ceramics from the Federal Art Project, June 10, 1988-September 12, 1988 

4349

Karamu House Art Gallery: Immortality, Views of Death, September 14, 1988-[?] 

4350

Karamu House Art Gallery: North American Indian Basketry Techniques, March 06, 1989-June 05, 1989 

4351

Karamu House Art Gallery: Ceramic Processes, June 06, 1989-September 05, 1989 

4352

Karamu House Art Gallery: Latin American Art, September 05, 1989-December 05, 1989 

4353

Karamu House Art Gallery: African Arts, December 12, 1989-March 05, 1990 

4354

Karamu House Art Gallery: Masks, March 07, 1990-June 05, 1990 

4355

Karamu House Art Gallery: Geometric Design, June 05, 1990-September 05, 1990 

4356

Karamu House Art Gallery: Printmaking, September 13, 1990-November 13, 1990 

4357

Karamu House Art Gallery: Cleveland and Depression Era Ceramics, December 05, [1990?]-February 05, [1991?] 

4358

Karamu House Art Gallery: Japanese Textiles, March 13, 1991-May 01, 1991 

4359

Karamu House Art Gallery: Region 9 Discovery: The Works Progress Administration, Cleveland, 1933-1943, May 20, 1992-November, 1992 

4360

Kent State University, 1977-1980,1988 [restricted] 

4361

Kent State University: Stark Campus, Canton, ca. 1977-1979 

4362

Lakewood Civic Art Gallery: Gallery Layout, 1970 

441

Lakewood Civic Art Gallery: correspondence, 1959-1977 

442

Lakewood Civic Art Gallery: opening photographs, 1961 

443

Lakewood Civic Art Gallery: summer exhibits, 1961-1965 

444

Lakewood Civic Art Gallery: Cleveland Ceramics and Watercolors, January 22, 1961-March 29, 1961 

445

Lakewood Civic Art Gallery: Classical Art, April 02, 1961-June 01, 1961 

446

Lakewood Civic Art Gallery: Chinses Ceramics and Textiles, August 22, 1961-November 21, 1961 

447

Lakewood Civic Art Gallery: 14th-17th century European Art, December 19, 1961-March 10, 1962 

448

Lakewood Civic Art Gallery: Sculpture and Prints, Realism to Abstraction, March 09, 1962-July 09, 1962 

449

Lakewood Civic Art Gallery: Color, August 21, 1962-December 06, 1962 

4410

Lakewood Civic Art Gallery: European Folk Art, December 06, 1962-March 07, 1963 

4411

Lakewood Civic Art Gallery: Contemporary Arts and Crafts, March 07, 1963-May 31, 1963 

4412

Lakewood Civic Art Gallery: Latin America, August 29, 1963-December 05, 1963 

4413

Lakewood Civic Art Gallery: Line in Art, December 05, 1963-March 05, 1964 

4414

Lakewood Civic Art Gallery: Cleveland Contemporary Watercolors and Enamels, March 06, 1964-June 04, 1964 

4415

Lakewood Civic Art Gallery: Nature in Art, June 12, 1964-August 27, 1964 

4416

Lakewood Civic Art Gallery: Texture in Art, August 18, 1964-November 30, 1964 

4417

Lakewood Civic Art Gallery: Children in Art, November 30, 1964-March 01, 1965 

4418

Lakewood Civic Art Gallery: Contemporary Prints, March 01, 1965-May 10, 1965 

4419

Lakewood Civic Art Gallery: Small Creatures in Art, July 01, 1965-August 16, 1965 

4420

Lakewood Civic Art Gallery: Visual Shapes and Space, August 16, 1965-November 12, 1965 

4421

Lakewood Civic Art Gallery: Man, November 12, 1965-March 01, 1966 

4422

Lakewood Civic Art Gallery:Pottery Through the Ages, March 01, 1966-May 10, 1966 

4423

Lakewood Civic Art Gallery: North American Indian, Summer, 1966 

4424

Lakewood Civic Art Gallery: Composition, October 07, 1966-January 06, 1967 

4425

Lakewood Civic Art Gallery: photographs, 1961-1967 

4426

Lakewood Civic Art Gallery: African Tribal Art, January 06, 1967-April 07, 1967 

4427

Lakewood Civic Art Gallery: Graphic Communications, April 10, 1967-May 08, 1967 

4428

Lakewood Civic Art Gallery: Native Arts of the Pacific Islands,July 05, 1967-October 05, 1967 

4429

Lakewood Civic Art Gallery: Egyptian Art, October 07, 1967-January 04, 1968 

4430

Lakewood Civic Art Gallery: Contemporary Shapes, January 05, 1968-April 14, 1968 

4431

Lakewood Civic Art Gallery: Of the Sea,April 05, 1968-July 05, 1968 

4432

Lakewood Civic Art Gallery: Glass, July 05, 1968-October 03, 1968 

4433

Lakewood Civic Art Gallery: Then and Now, October 05, 1968-January 02, 1969 

4434

Lakewood Civic Art Gallery: [also Karamu and Cleveland Public Library], January 04, 1969-April 03, 1969 Oriental Art 

4435

Lakewood Civic Art Gallery: [also Cleveland Public Library], April 05, 1969-July 10, 1969 Embroidery 

451

Lakewood Civic Art Gallery: Arts of Cleveland, July 12, 1969-October 02, 1969 

452

Lakewood Civic Art Gallery: Scale and Relative Size, October 04, 1969-January 07, 1970 

453

Lakewood Civic Art Gallery: Attendence Records, 1962-1973 

454

Lakewood Civic Art Gallery: Styles of the Sixties, January 09, 1970-April 01, 1970 

455

Lakewood Civic Art Gallery: The Human Figure, April 03, 1970-July 01, 1970 

456

Lakewood Civic Art Gallery: Posters and Graphic Designs by Contemporary Artists, July 03, 1970-September 29, 1970 

457

Lakewood Civic Art Gallery: Latin American Arts and Crafts, October 01, 1970-January 06, 1971 

458

Lakewood Civic Art Gallery: Color,February 17, 1971-May 15, 1971 

459

Lakewood Civic Art Gallery: Northwest Coast Indians and Eskimo Art, April 30, 1971-July 18, 1971 

4510

Lakewood Civic Art Gallery: Land Sea and Sky, July 21, 1971-October 12, 1971 

4511

Lakewood Civic Art Gallery: Weaving, October 14, 1971-January 04, 1972 

4512

Lakewood Civic Art Gallery: Textures in Art, January 06, 1972-April 05, 1972 

4513

Lakewood Civic Art Gallery: Wood used by the Artist, April 06, 1972-July 05, 1972 

4514

Lakewood Civic Art Gallery: Contemporary Prints and Pottery, July 07, 1972-October 04, 1972 

4515

Lakewood Civic Art Gallery: African Tribal Arts, October 06, 1972-January 03, 1973 

4516

Lakewood Civic Art Gallery: Classical Art, January 10, 1973-April 16, 1973 

4517

Lakewood Civic Art Gallery: Miniatures in Art, April 18, 1973-July 16, 1973 

4518

Lakewood Civic Art Gallery: See It- See Through It, July 18, 1973-October 15, 1973 

4519

Lakewood Civic Art Gallery: Drawings, October 17, 1973-January 14, 1974 

4520

Lakewood Civic Art Gallery: Folk Arts of Europe, January 16, 1974-April 15, 1974 

4521

Lakewood Civic Art Gallery: The Artist Works, April 17, 1974-July 15, 1974 

4522

Lakewood Civic Art Gallery: Costume and Accessories, July 17, 1974-October 14, 1974 

4523

Lakewood Civic Art Gallery: Versitile Plant Fibers: The Craftman's View, October 16, 1974-January 13, 1975 

4524

Lakewood Civic Art Gallery: Oriental Art, January 16, 1975-April 14, 1975 

4525

Lakewood Civic Art Gallery: Fantasy: Vision and Imagination, April 16, 1975-July 14, 1975 

4526

Lakewood Civic Art Gallery: East and West, July 14, 1975-October 13, 1975 

461

Lakewood Civic Art Gallery: Early America: Style and Tradition, January 09, 1976-April 19, 1976 

462

Lakewood Civic Art Gallery: Cleveland Watercolors and Enamels, April 21, 1976-July 27, 1976 

463

Lakewood Civic Art Gallery: Geometric Forms in Art, July 28, 1976-October 06, 1976 

464

Lakewood Civic Art Gallery: 18th and 19th Century Porcelains, October 16, 1975-January 12, 1976 

465

Lakewood Civic Art Gallery: The Arts of the American Indian, October 25, 1976-January 24, 1977 

466

Lakewood Civic Art Gallery: Closing 1977 

467

Sandusky Cultural Center; 1977 1977, 1985-1987 

468

Ursuline College 1985-1987, 1989 

469

Ursuline College 1990-1991 

4610

Ursuline College 1992 

4611

Wayne Center for the Arts: Oil Lamp 1989-1990 

4612

Wayne Center for the Arts: budget items and invoices 

4613

Wayne Center for the Arts: Life Images 1991-1992 

4614

Wayne Center for the Arts: Medieval 1992 

4615

Willoughby School of the Fine Arts 1975-1977, 1979-1984, 1987 

4616

Willoughby School of the Fine Arts: Nature in Art 1990 

4617

Willoughby School of the Fine Arts: Oil Lamp 1990-1991 

4618

Willoughby School of the Fine Arts: Life Images 1991-1992 

4619

Willoughby School of the Fine Arts: W.P.A. Exhibit 1992-1993 

4620

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Schools and Libraries 1953-1993   2.5 Cubic feet  [7.5 boxes]

Libraries A-Z and Subject 1955-1992 

Scope and Contents note

This subseries contains information about exhibits loaned to libraries including: case information, correspondence, exhibit descriptions, newspaper clippings, and one entire folder of art summery labels.

BoxFolder

Libraries A-E 1962-1992 

471

Libraries F-Z 1955-1992 

472

Maple Hights Library 1978-1988, 1991-1992 

473

South Euclid: theft of objects at South Euclid branch Library 1977 

474

Libraries being services 1978-1979 

475

Libraries: new labels, new copy 1991-1992 

476

Schools A-Z 1953-1992 

Scope and Contents note

This subseries contains information about the schools that borrowed exhibits and is arranged alphabetically by school. It contains correspondence, applications for the school to borrow materials including lists of the individual at the school responsible for each display, photographs of the students, and press releases.

BoxFolder

Anton Grdina Elimentary School 1976-1990 

477

Belvoir Elementary School, University Hights 1970, 1987-1992 

478

Berea City School District and Berea High School 1960-1967, 1975-1978 

479

Boulevard Elementary School, Shaker Hights 1975, 1981, 1987-1989 

4710

Schools, elementary and high schools (A-B) 1953-1992 

4711

Caledonia Elementary School, East Cleveland 1969, 1977, 1984-1990 

4712

Charles A. Mooney Intermediate School (including theft report) 1979-1987 

4713

Copopa Elementary School 1987-1992 

4714

Cuyahoga Hights Public Schools, elementary and high 1977-1992 

4715

Schools, elementary and high [C] 

4716

Dorothy Lewis Elementary, Solon 1984-1992 

4717

Schools, elementary and high (D-E) 

4718

Schools, elementary and high (F) 

481

Hinkley Elementary School 1988-1992 

482

Schools, elementary and high (G-H) 

483

Laurel School 1980-1992 

484

Lewis Sands Elementary School, Chagrin Falls 1982-1992 

485

Liberty Elementary, North Ridgeville 1984-1992 

486

Lomond Elementry School, Shaker Hights 1969-1992 

487

Schools, elementary and high (I-L) 

488

Millridge Elementary, Highland Hights 1981-1992 

489

Schools, elementary and high (M) 

4810

North Olmsted 1981-1986 

4811

Schools, elementary and high (N-O) 

4812

Roxboro Elementary/ Art Magnet School, Cleveland Hights 1980-1990 

4813

Schools, elementary and high (P-R) 

4814

Solon High School 1988-1992 

4815

Surrarrer Elementary School, Strongsville 1987-1991 

4816

Schools, elementary and high (S) 

491

Schools, elementary and high (T-Z) 

492

Taft Elementary, Lakewood 1963-1990 

493

University School 1963-1968, 1982-1990 

494

Westwood Elementary, Warrensville Heights 1988-1992 

495

Schools subject files 1965-1992 

Scope and Contents note

This subseries contains information about the schools and libraries organized by subject. This information is more generic than site specific. It encompasses all aspects of the extensions program with local schools and libraries including reports, reviews, and questionnaires.

BoxFolder

Activity suggestions for school cases 1990 

496

Case information, East side, A-Z by location 1965-1987 

497

Case information, West side, A-Z by location 1965-1987 

498

Eliminated Schools 1975, 1988 

499

Eliminated Schools 1989 

4910

Eliminated Schools 1990 

4911

Goals 1989 

4912

Lakewood Arts Coalition Advisory Committee 1989-1990 

4913

Lecture Program 1984-1985 

4914

Madison High School: Columns and Capitals 1988-1990 

4915

Paul Bakers School 1989-1990 

4916

Photographs of school "Early in American Art" project 

4917

Press releases for schools 1990 

4918

Program evaluations 1976 

4919

Public relations for schools, development of new format 1992 

501

School brochures based on extensions case displays A-Z 

502

School case texts, press releases, etc. ca. 1989-1990 

503

School program evaluation report 1976 

504

School evaluations 1989 

505

School services booklet ca. 1989 

506

School services booklet: photographs ca. 1989 

507

School service review ca. 1990 

508

School reports 1984-1985 

509

School reviews: Margaret Lynch 1988 

5010

School questionnaire: Barb Wamelink ca. 1988 

5011

School questionnaire: key and A-C 1988-1991 

5012

School questionnaire: D-Z 1988-1991 

5013

School questionnaire: Compiled suggestions and bibliography n.d. 

5014

Schools and libraries being serviced 1974-1979 

5015

School, libraries, and other facilities lists 1983-1992 

5016

Schools: special project; 1988 1988 

5017

Schools and Libraries by Extension's Employee 1977-1993 

Scope and Contents note

This subseries remains in its original order and contains information about extensions staff members' location visits. Staff members were responsible for exhibits/displays in a specific geographical area. The files contain school visit records, school exhibit choices, and evaluations. (See box lists for staff names.) There are also a few files divided by geographical region and not by staff.

BoxFolder

Schools and Libraries by Extension's Employee 1977-1978 

5018

Second half request 1983 

511

Gaunt(East Side) 1984-1986 

512

Robert Thurmer 1984 

513

School information 1985-1986 

514

Robert Dewey-School information 1985-1986 

515

Robert Thurmer- School information 1985-1986 

521

School and Library information 1986-1987 

522

Ann Boger-School information 1986-1987 

523

Patrick Gaunt-East Side Schools 1986-1987 

524

School information: folder 1 1987 

525

School information: folder 2 1987 

531

School information 1988-1989 

532

Paul Baker-School information 1988-1989 

533

Bob Dewey-School information 1989-1990 

534

Keren March 1989-1990 

535

Schools- Paul Baker 1990-1991 

536

Robert Dewey-School and Libraries 1990-1991 

537

Karen March 1991-1992 

541

Keren March 1990-1991 

542

Ann Boger 1991-1992 

543

Robert Dewey ca. 1992 

544

Paul Baker 1992-1993 

545

Ann Boger 1992-1993 

546

Inge Pettay 1992-1993 

547

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Subject Files 1916-1992   1.5 Cubic feet  [4.5 boxes]

75th Anniversary 1988-1991 

Scope and Contents note

This subseries contains information about the production of the Art Museum's 75th anniversary weekend held in the museum and around Wade Oval. It was an elaborate production that required years of preparation. The files include those for vendors and volunteers. Diagrams, maps and vender arrangements are included along with board meetings about the event.

75th Anniversary: Agendas, minutes of meetings 1988-1991 

Box
54
Folder
8

75th Anniversary: electrical requirements 1991 

Box
54
Folder
9

75th Anniversary: insight/on site 1990-1991 

Box
54
Folder
10

75th Anniversary: preliminary sites and concepts 1990-1991 

Box
54
Folder
11

75th Anniversary: rental venders: trash, toilets, tents, tables/chairs, laser/fireworks 1991 

Box
54
Folder
12

75th Anniversary: site 1991 

Box
54
Folder
13

75th Anniversary: site requirments 1991 

Box
54
Folder
14

75th Anniversary: site requests 1991 

Box
55
Folder
1

75th Anniversary: visitor comments 1991 

Box
55
Folder
2

75th Anniversary: volunteers 1991 

Box
55
Folder
3

Extension's subject files A-Z 

Scope and Contents note

The subject file subseries is a miscellaneous collection of information about the department and its exhibits. The files include information on specific exhibits, correspondence, and information about locations. They also contain memorandums, curriculums, policies, and newspaper clippings.

BoxFolder

Accident reports 1990-1991 

554

Art studio: Highland View Hospital, ca. 1981-1983 

555

The Asia Society 1990-1991 

556

Audio visual programs, nd. 

557

Beachwood Arts Council: Beachwood Museum 1979-1988 

558

Beachwood Board of Education: planning for Beachwood Children's Museum 1979-1980 

559

Beachwood Place Project 1991 

5510

Beachwood Museum construction photographs: ID 0024, [ca. 1979] 

5511

Case Western Reserve University Museum Studies and Public Works of Art Project 1971-1972 

5512

Cart and case designs, [ca. 1959-1960] 

5513

Cases 1918-1933 

5514

Children's Museum, The Cleveland Museum of Art: Beaver Group 1916 

5515

Children's Museum: potential text n.d. 

5516

Christmas Exhibits ca. 1944-1952 

5517

Classroom level exhibition lists 1976-1978 

5518

Cleveland artists involved in WPA 1933-1943 

5519

Cleveland Clinic Foundation: Aesthetics Committee 1987 

5520

Cleveland Clinic Foundation: Aesthetics Committee 1988 

5521

Cleveland Clinic Foundation: Aesthetics Committee 1989 

5522

Cleveland enamelists: Kent State University, [restricted] 1988 

5523

Communications committee 1989-1990 

5524

Cultural property, nd. 

5525

Dance Theatre of Harlem photo exhibit: Karamu 1989 

5526

Division report to planning committee and related materials 1984 

561

Dolls 1929-1938, 1956 

562

Donors to CMA: A-Z 1975-1983 

563

East Liverpool, Ohio: Extensions Department Trip 1991 

564

Education corridor's exhibit information, [ca. 1961-1979] 

565

Education department reference material re: the Museum collection, [ca. 1960's] 

566

Egyption architecture 1963 

567

Estates: James C. Gruener, 1990, Norma Levy, 1991 1990-1991 

568

Exhibit schedules 1975-1977 

569

Exhibit schedules 1978-1981 

5610

Exhibit schedules 1985 

5611

Exhibit schedules 1987 

5612

Exhibit schedules 1988 

5613

Exhibit schedules 1989 

5614

Exhibit schedules 1990 

5615

Exhibit schedules 1992 

5616

Extension exhibitions handbook, [ca. 1970] 

5617

Exhibition discussions 1989-1990 

5618

Exhibits for loan or rent 1941-1949 

5619

Facilities Served by the Extension Division 1992 

5620

Federal Art Project: correspondence, loan materials, lists of prints 1937-1942 

5621

Federal Art Project: Chicago, TR7313 series, [ca. 1969] 

5622

Festival of Indonesia: Joy Timken 1990 

5623

Firelands Association for the Visual Arts, [ca. 1985] 

5624

Gallery layout, nd. 

5625

Getty Proposal 1988 

5626

Goals Committee 1989 

5627

Ibis Art Productions 1988-1989 

5628

Information desk red book, October 1988 

571

Information processing 1986-1987 

572

Inters and intercession projects ca. 1976 

573

Keller, Henry: photographs by Edd Ruggles ca. 1930's 

574

Label format ca. 1990's 

575

Label information ca. 1950 

576

Labels: case copy ca. 1990 

577

Labels: case copy evaluations ca. 1990 

578

Labels: new label copy subject areas 1990-1992 

579

Labels: old label copy review, nd. 

5710

Labels: tools/ metaphysics, nd. 

5711

Manuscript project: J. David Wagner 1992 

5712

Mid-America Exposition, Cleveland 1947 

5713

Millennium of Hungarian Christianity Art Exhibit: Higbee Company 1972 

5714

Mobile units at other museums: correspondence 1954-1955 

5715

Monotype workshops ca. 1990-1992 

5716

National Endowment for the Arts project grant application 1978 

5717

North American Indian Gallery Installation 1971 

5718

Oberlin students projects 1975-1977 

5719

Oberlin students projects, photographs n.d. 

5720

Petition re:non-smoking policy 1991 

5721

Pick up schedule for schools, libraries, and galleries 1992 

5722

Rejected objects 1989 

5723

Reorganization of Extensions Department: long range plan 1974 

5724

Reports by Paul Baker: "Suggestions for Extensions Exhibition", "considerations for a re-orientation of the schools we serve 1990 

5725

Richard Bogges: photographs 1955, 1978, n.d. 

5726

Roads to world Understanding program 1950-1960 

5727

Roles Committee: memorandums and drafts 1988-1990 

5728

Sampler project 1992 

5729

Ship models ca. 1941, 1956 

5730

Special Reports: advisory council 1951 

5731

Staff meetings 1976-1992 

5732

Staff meetings: education department 1978-1985 

581

Staff meetings 1989 

582

Staff meetings 1990 

583

State Office Building Exhibit 1983 

584

Strategic planning: education department 5 year plan 1988 

585

Strategic planning: education department historical statement 1988 

586

Strategic planning: materials and meetings 1988-1989 

587

Taylor, Bea 1988 

588

Teacher resource center 1981-1992 

589

Threads of the Past documentary: Nancy Burnett 1990-1991 

5810

Touching Stories exhibit: Wayne Center for the Arts and Beck Center 1991-1992 

5811

Tower City Archives 1987 

5812

Travis, Paul: labels and loans to CMA for history of museum exhibit 1991 

5813

Volunteers: A-Z 1985-1992 

5814

Volunteers: Altman, Hermine: textile sample and lace project 1992 

5815

Volunteers: Wamelink, Barbara: East Liverpool ceramics presentation 1989-1992 

5816

Volunteers: correspondece and meetings 1985-1991 

5817

Volunteers: reports on volunteer activities and job descriptions 1985-1992 

5818

Wall panel sets n.d. 

5819

Workshop panel development n.d. 

5820

X-ray machine to Greece 1990 

5821

Young Peoples Classes 1987-1988 

5822

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Visual Materials 1925-1992  (Bulk, 1980-1989)   0.66 Cubic feet  [2 boxes]

Scope and Contents note

This series contains photographs and negatives from exhibits produced by the extensions department. Some of the photographs are not labeled with exhibit, location, or date. Many of the photographs that are labeled do not fit into existing exhibit file folders and therefore have been filed separately in this series. Many of the photographs are arranged by extensions identification number.

Arrangement note

Arranged alphabetically.

BoxFolder

Cross reference: photographs, negatives, slides n.d. 

591

Photograph reproduction filing system n.d. 

592

Large color prints in Dr. Munroe's office 1954-1967 

593

Photograph index 1969-1971 

594

CMA views: exhibitions, extensions, contemporary arts and crafts(multiple locations) ca. 1962 

595

CMA views: exhibitions, extensions, glass, August 25, 1962- November 24, 1962 

596

CMA views: exhibitions, extensions, line in art: CSU library ca. 1963-1964 

597

CMA views: exhibitions, extensions, Classical Art (multiple locations) ca. 1964 

598

CMA views: exhibitions, extensions, Graphic Communications, November 21, 1964-February 20, 1965 1964-1965 

599

CMA views: exhibitions, extensions, at CMA classroom level, February 10, 1971 1971 

5910

Gallery views: opening of new wing classrooms H and I, February; 1971 1971 

5911

CMA views: exhibitions, extensions at Trailside Interpretive Center ca. 1976 

5912

CMA views: exhibitions, extensions Colors and Enamels, Cleveland Water, Aprl 21, 1976-July 27, 1976 1976 

5913

CMA views: exhibitions, extensions decrative arts ca. 1977 

5914

Extentions storage n.d. 

5915

Pomodoro exhibit n.d. 

5916

Photographs, Line and Repeat Pattern n.d. 

5917

Photographs: facilities n.d. 

5918

Ashtabula gallery facility photographs n.d. 

5919

CMA views: exhibitions, extensions at Beck Center n.d. 

5920

CMA views: exhibitions, extensions Shaker Hights Junior and Senior High School students using educational materials 1940-1942 

5921

CMA views: exhibitions, extensions North American Indian school case n.d. 

5922

CMA views: exhibitions, extensions at Cleveland Public Library n.d. 

5923

CMA views: exhibitions, extensions at Cleveland Hights Public Library ca. 1975-1976 

5924

CMA views: exhibitions, extensions misc. n.d. 

5925

Slides of Exhibitions, misc. n.d. 

5926

Photographs, negatives, and contact sheets: special project ID 0075 1985-1992 

601

Photographs, negatives, and contact sheets: misc. identified exhibits (no matches to exhibit files) 1979-1992 

602

Photographs, negatives, and contact sheets: identified schools, libraries, school and library displays pre-1988 

603

Photographs, negatives, and contact sheets: schools ID 0064 1988-1992 

604

Photographs, negatives, and contact sheets: libraries and facilities exhibition photographs 1989-1992 

605

Photographs, negatives, and contact sheets: unidentified schools, libraries, and exhibits pre-1988 

606

Photographs, negatives, and contact sheets: extension's staff activities ID 0020 n.d. 

607

Photographs, negatives, and contact sheets: unidentified schools and exhibits n.d. 

608

Photographs: misc. 1989, n.d. 

609

Unidentified photographs n.d. 

6010

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Microfilm 1919-1975   0.33 Cubic feet  [13 35mm microfilm boxes]

Scope and Contents note

This series contains microfilm copies of records including exhibit records, location information, and school records.

Arrangement note

Arranged by original order

BoxReel

Cleveland Museum of Art Extentions: Annual Reports-histories to office files-ship models, A2004.044, Reel 1 Ex.1 

611

Cleveland Museum of Art Extentions: office files-teacher's workshop to CPL 1975 lent for their show, A2004.044, Reel 2, Ex.2 

612

Cleveland Museum of Art Extentions: Karamu House Art Gallery to Lakewood-East and West 1975, A2004.044, Reel 3, Ex. 3 

613

Cleveland Museum of Art Extentions: Lakewood-early American materials to Extension exhibits- designs and mater., A2004.044, Reel 4, Ex. 4 

614

Museum of Art Exhibition Files: by site 1919-1972 (Cleveland Schools) Hilltop-Beachwood, A2004.044, Reel 5, Ex-1 

615

Museum of Art Exhibition Files: Cleveland Hights School (arranged by site 1919-1972) Shaker Hights School (Sussex), A2004.044, Reel 6, Ex-2 

616

Museum of Art Exhibition Files: South Euclid-Lyndhurst School (by site 1919-1972) misc. (Quincy Branch Library), A2004.044, Reel 7, Ex-3 

617

Cleveland Museum of Art Exhibition Files: misc. (Rico Place Theatre) (by site 1919-1972) C.W.R.U., A2004.044, Reel 8, Ex-4 

618

Cleveland Museum of Art Exhibition Files: "A" (by type 1919-1972) embroidery-cruation, A2004.044, Reel 9, Ex-5 

619

Cleveland Museum of Art Exhibition Files: embroidery-Czech (by type 1919-1972) Russian material appex at end, A2004.044, Reel 10, Ex-6 

6110

Cleveland Museum of Art Exhibition Files: toys-Russian (by type 1919-1972) Zak, A2004.044, Reel 11, Ex-7 

6111

Cleveland Museum of Art Exhibition Files: objects and paintings 1918-1970, exhibitions; 1969-1979, A2004.044, Reel 12, Ex-8 

6112

Cleveland Museum of Art Exhibition Files: exhibitions; 1969-1979, A2004.044, Reel 13, Ex-9 

6113

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