Subject Source: Art & Architecture ThesaurusScope Note: Books containing accounts of an individual's or organization's occurrences or transactions, including records of financial transactions. Use "diaries" when referring to personal accounts of the writer's experiences, attitudes, or observations.
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Overview The Rex Amos papers comprise artwork, journals and diaries, correspondence, and writings by and about the artist Rex Amos. Also included are materials and correspondence by and about multiple Pacific Northwest artists including Sandy Brooke, Matt Glavin, and Peter Voulkos as well as materials documenting Amos's extended family.
Dates: 1885-2019; Majority of material found within 1956-2016
Overview The Rick Bartow papers document the art career and personal life of Rick Bartow from 1955-2016. This collection includes extensive materials concerning Bartow’s relationships with three Oregon galleries: Jamison-Thomas Gallery, Froelick Gallery, and the Hallie Ford Museum of Art. It also includes sketchbooks and loose sketches, personal and art-related correspondence, family records, photographs and slides of Bartow’s art, and materials related to Bartow’s music and bands - Bartow and the...
Overview The Tom Hardy papers include materials that document Hardy’s careers as an artist and teacher, his world travels to Africa, Europe, and Tahiti, and personal records from 1937 to 2015. Hardy’s personal records include childhood photographs, documents and correspondence related to his service in the Air Force during World War II, and journals and calendars. This collection also includes extensive records concerning his father and mother, Orlando Buel (O. B.) “Pete” Hardy and Marie Austin Hardy,...
Dates: 1894-2016; Majority of material found within 1937-2015
Overview The Nelson and Olive Sandgren papers document the art and teaching careers of Nelson Sandgren and contains extensive personal records of the Sandgren family from 1936 to 2016.
Overview The Willamette University Business records contain documents pertaining to the financial operations and real estate of the university since 1855, including correspondence, receipts, ledgers, reports, financial statements, deeds, and mortgages.