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Box 524, Folder 1

CAFAM gift shop bags [Memorabilia -- CAFAM]

Scope and Contents note

6 items representing a range of styles of bags used in the CAFAM gift shop.
Box 524, Folder 2

Papel picado flags [Memorabilia -- CAFAM]

Scope and Contents note

6 perforated and cut tissue paper flags for the "Folk Treasures of Mexico" exhibition; probably cut by Olga Ponce Furginson; may have been designed by Frank Romero.
Box 524, Folder 3

Papel picado for Folk Treasures of Mexico exhibition [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] 1991

Scope and Contents note

Gold foil paper cut by paper artist, Olga Ponce Furginson; depicts man holding a vessel and woman holding a donkey; bordered by flowers and sun with the phrase, "Treasures of Mexico"; under Plexiglas and mat board; these were sold in the CAFAM shop during the run of the "Folk Trasures of Mexico" exhibition.
Box 526, Folder 2

Art object: "Construction," by Robert Ebendorf and Francois Deschamp. [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] 1982

Scope and Contents note

Hanging sculpture piece made from wood, wire, and photographs, artists: Robert Ebendorf and Francois Deschamp; some damage to areas of the sculpture.
Box 528, Folder 1

T-shirts -- CAFAM Volunteer Service Council [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] undated

Scope and Contents note

White cotton t-shirt with the CAFAM Volunteer Service Council logo in black on the front right chest.
Box 528, Folder 2

T-shirts -- Contemporary Craft Council [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] undated

Scope and Contents note

White cotton t-shirt with design on front with various craft terms in grey and grey and purple Contemporary Craft Council on the back with purple image similar to a spiral labyrinth.
Box 528, Folder 3

T-shirts -- CAFAM red children's shirt [Memorabilia -- CAFAM]

Scope and Contents note

Red cotton t-shirt with white graphical image of two individuals standing by a tree with a snake. This is probably a memento of one of the Festivals Primavera.
Box 530, Folder 1

Construction fence designs -- Otis College of Art and Design project [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] ca. 1993

Scope and Contents note

Proposals for a temporary construction fence to cover the area where CAFAM was to be renovated, all designs created by students for a course at Otis College of Art and Design. See also Box 534 folder 2.
Box 530, Folder 2

Framed CAFAM membership advertisement display [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] 1996

Scope and Contents note

Features images of artwork to be showcased in upcoming exhibitions.
Box 530, Folder 3

Architectural renderings -- museum interior [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] ca. 1993

Scope and Contents note

Two mounted drawings for the renovation of the interior space of CAFAM, most likely generated by Hodgetts and Fung.
Box 530, Folder 4

Architectural renderings -- Museum Tower Project (unrealized) -- vertical cross section [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] ca. 1989

Scope and Contents note

Design team: Gensler and Associates; Urban Innovations Group; Richard Magee and Associates
Box 530, Folder 5

Architectural renderings -- Museum Tower Project (unrealized) -- penthouse first and second floors [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] ca. 1989

Scope and Contents note

Design team: Gensler and Associates; Urban Innovations Group; Richard Magee and Associates
Box 531, Folder 1

Architectural renderings -- Museum Tower Project (unrealized) -- penthouse first and second floors [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] ca. 1989

Scope and Contents note

Design team: Gensler and Associates; Urban Innovations Group; Richard Magee and Associates
Box 531, Folder 2

Architectural renderings -- Museum Tower Project (unrealized) -- tower fifth floor and typical floor [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] ca. 1989

Scope and Contents note

Design team: Gensler and Associates; Urban Innovations Group; Richard Magee and Associates
Box 531, Folder 3

Architectural renderings -- Museum Tower Project (unrealized) -- tower fifth floor and typical floor [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] ca. 1989

Scope and Contents note

Design team: Gensler and Associates; Urban Innovations Group; Richard Magee and Associates
Box 531, Folder 4

Architectural renderings -- Museum Tower Project (unrealized) -- fourth floor commercial [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] ca. 1989

Scope and Contents note

Design team: Gensler and Associates; Urban Innovations Group; Richard Magee and Associates
Box 531, Folder 5

Architectural renderings -- Museum Tower Project (unrealized) -- third floor museum [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] ca. 1989

Scope and Contents note

Design team: Gensler and Associates; Urban Innovations Group; Richard Magee and Associates
Box 531, Folder 6

Architectural renderings -- Museum Tower Project (unrealized) -- second floor museum [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] ca. 1989

Scope and Contents note

Design team: Gensler and Associates; Urban Innovations Group; Richard Magee and Associates
Box 531, Folder 7

Architectural renderings -- Museum Tower Project (unrealized) -- ground level [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] ca. 1989

Scope and Contents note

Design team: Gensler and Associates; Urban Innovations Group; Richard Magee and Associates
Box 531, Folder 8

Architectural renderings -- Museum Tower Project (unrealized) -- parking level one [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] ca. 1989

Scope and Contents note

Design team: Gensler and Associates; Urban Innovations Group; Richard Magee and Associates
Box 531, Folder 9

Architectural renderings -- Museum Tower Project (unrealized) -- parking level two [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] ca. 1989

Scope and Contents note

Design team: Gensler and Associates; Urban Innovations Group; Richard Magee and Associates
Box 532, Folder 1

Logo designs -- black and white [Memorabilia -- CAFAM]

Scope and Contents note

Design proposals for a new CAFAM logo, designer unidentified
Box 532, Folder 2

Logo designs -- various [Memorabilia -- CAFAM]

Scope and Contents note

Design proposals by BLT and Associates based in Hollywood
Box 532, Folder 3

Temporary Façade proposals (folder 1 of 2) [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] 1992

Scope and Contents note

Hodgetts and Fung proposals for a temporary construction screen
Box 532, Folder 4

Temporary Façade proposals (folder 2 of 2) [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] 1992

Scope and Contents note

Hodgetts and Fung proposals for a temporary construction screen. Includes 9 renderings mounted on foam core.
Box 533, Folder 1

Various redesign materials for advertising [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] ca. 1992

Scope and Contents note

Includes an assortment of preparatory materials for the museum's redesign including architectural renderings, logo designs, and drawings
Box 533, Folder 2

Architectural renderings -- reduced second floor renovation [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] 1994

Scope and Contents note

Hodgetts and Fung plans for the redesign of the second floor of the CAFAM building including plans to renovate the ceiling.
Box 533, Folder 3

Architectural renderings -- diagrammatic layouts [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] 1994

Scope and Contents note

Hodgetts and Fung proposals for renovation of existing CAFAM building; Also includes memo to P. Ela included with the plans.
Box 533, Folder 4

Architectural renderings -- preliminary feasibility studies for museum interior [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] 1994

Scope and Contents note

Preliminary studies by Hodgetts and Fung includes specifications for various bathroom fixtures.
Box 533, Folder 5

Architectural renderings -- diagrammatic layouts [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] 1995

Scope and Contents note

Hodgetts and Fung proposals for installation of a hanging system within the gallery.
Box 533, Folder 6

Home Sweet Home Proposal Scrap Book [Memorabilia -- CAFAM]

Scope and Contents note

Oversized scrap book containing various documentation of the project including correspondence, budgets, photographs and advisory committee members' biographies. (This may have been used as part of a grant proposal for the project.) See also Administrative Files Record Group -- Special Events -- Home Sweet Home: American Vernacular Architecture.
Box 533, Folder 7

Moving folk toy workshop signage [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] 1997

Box 533, Folder 8

Ephemera from Murals of Aztlan exhibition [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] 1981

Scope and Contents note

Includes portion of transcript between artist known as "Gronk" and "Frank [Romero]," artist and curator of Murals of Aztlan exhibition, as well as photographs and a mailed art object by Gronk.
Box 533, Folder 9

Award certificates [Memorabilia -- CAFAM]

Scope and Contents note

Various award certificates presented to the museum, some are hand printed and painted.
Box 534, Folder 1

CAFAM research library brochure pre-press materials [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] 1991

Scope and Contents note

Consists of color separations and proofs of a brochure to be produced for the research library. See also Box 535, folder 2.
Box 534, Folder 2

Architectural renderings -- Museum Tower Project (unrealized) -- drawings (folder 1 of 2) [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] 1991

Scope and Contents note

Two hand drawn and colored depictions of the ground level and garden areas. Created by architects Gensler and Associates.
Box 534, Folder 3

Architectural renderings -- Museum Tower Project (unrealized) -- drawings (folder 2 of 2) [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] 1991

Scope and Contents note

Two hand drawn and colored depictions of the ground level and garden areas. Created by architects Gensler and Associates.
Box 534, Folder 4

Construction fence designs -- Otis College of Art and Design project [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] ca. 1993

Scope and Contents note

Various student projects for the design of a construction fence generated by art students from the Otis College of Art and Design in Los Angeles. See also Box 530 folder 1.
Box 535, Folder 1

Hands On American Folk Art Exhibition Catalogue [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] 1993

Scope and Contents note

Catalogue from the exhibition held at the Braille Institute of Los Angeles, item issued fully in Braille with small embossed label in the roman alphabet with the Craft and Folk Art Museum label. See also Exhibitions Record Group.
Box 535, Folder 2

CAFAM research library brochure pre-press materials [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] 1991

Scope and Contents note

Consists of color separations and proofs of a brochure to be produced for the research library. See also Box 534, folder 1.
Box 535, Folder 3

Poem by d'Arcy Hayman [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] 1983

Scope and Contents note

Hand-written, hand-colored poem with decorative drawing in plastic frame. Also includes photocopied biography of poet. Hayman was a major donor to CAFAM. See Registrar's Record Group -- Acquisitions (Box 451, folder 11) and Development Record Group.
Box 535, Folder 4

Plaque -- Anderson Family Foundation [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] 1977

Scope and Contents note

Commemorative plaque in honor of CAFAM's impact on the community
Box 536

CAFAM Associates Scrapbook (oversize) [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] ca. 1980s

Scope and Contents note

Photographs documenting various Associates trips and events. See also Administrative Files Record Group -- Associates and Membership Events/Trips. This scrapbook is the only item in Box #536.
Box 537, Folder 2

Blueprints -- CAFAM STARTS HERE -- Garrett [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] ca. 1974-1975

Scope and Contents note

Stephen Garrett designs for renovation of 5814 Wilshire Blvd.
Box 537, Folder 3

Blueprints -- Urban Innovations Group -- CAFAM Gallery 3 in Santa Monica Place [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] 1980 July 25

Scope and Contents note

13 sheets plus overall project lease floor plan of Santa Monica Place (Gallery 3) and raw footprint of CAFAM space (4-9-79; rev. 2-21-80). [CAFAM space was #393 (3rd floor on north side of complex, labeled: UIG-1)]. Gallery 3 was a gallery and shop of contemporary craft located in Santa Monica Place, the Frank Gehry-designed shopping mall. It was occupied by CAFAM for just one year, October 16, 1980 - September 30, 1981. It was originally scheduled to open October 2, 1980, but the opening was delayed because of a fire in the nearby Robinson’s Department Store.
Box 537, Folder 4

Blueprints -- Urban Innovations Group -- CAFAM Annex, 712 S. Curson [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] 1981 August 17-18

Scope and Contents note

2 sheets and 2 rev. sheets. Drawn by J.B.M [one is dated 8-18-81]. Labeled: UIG-2.
Box 537, Folder 5

Blueprints -- Stephen Garrett -- Schematic Site Study of CAFAM, 5814-18 Wilshire [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] 1983 September 19

Scope and Contents note

2 copies of 1 sheet. Garrett used Lester Paley & Asso. blueprint paper; marked Labeled: GAR-2.
Box 537, Folder 6

Blueprints -- unknown architect -- CAFAM Remodel [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] 1984

Scope and Contents note

7 sheets. Gallery 1 and Mezzanine; Gallery 3 [not "Gallery 3" in Santa Monica Place] & Annex. Labeled: UNK-3.
Box 537, Folder 7

Blueprints --Urban Innovations Group -- Schematic Site Study of CAFAM, 5814-18 Wilshire. [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] ca. 1988-1990

Scope and Contents note

4 sheets. CAFAM as primary occupant of 22-story mixed-use development on corner of Wilshire and Curson. Cross-section of museum and parking; museum level 1; museum level 2; ground level. Includes 5 tissue sketches [revisions/notes]. Labeled: UIG-3.
Box 537, Folder 8

Blueprints -- Urban Innovations Group -- Museum tower project [unrealized] [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] 1988 July 14

Scope and Contents note

Museum Level 1; Museum Level 2; Commercial Office Level; Ground Levels; Section through Museum and Parking; Ground Level; Level 1, Level 2; Office Level. Labeled: UIG- 4.
Box 537, Folder 9

Blueprints -- Urban Innovations Group -- CAFAM Gallery Entryway in the May Company Department Store [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] 1989 November 7

Scope and Contents note

Floor Plan-Paint Pattern; Floor Plan; Front Elevation and Section/Elevation Thru Entrance; Elevation of Entrance Door, Section and Door, Section and Column Base, Section and Column/Window; Reflected Ceiling Plan. 5 sheets. [The design originated with Charles Moore Associates. The CAFAM Gallery was on the 4th floor of the May Company in a portion of what had been their furniture department.] Labeled: UIG-6.
Box 537, Folder 10

Blueprints -- Odom Stamps -- Craft & Folk Art Museum shop Tenant Improvements [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] 1991 December 10

Scope and Contents note

4 sheets. Odom Stamps; design architect, R. Scott Johnson; structural engineer, John H. Morris. Plan for CAFAM Shop in May Company Budget Store 6011 Wilshire Blvd.; never realized. Labeled: OD-1.
Box 538, Folder 1

Blueprints -- unknown architect -- Wilshire Office Bldg. (5800 Wilshire) [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] 1977 June

Scope and Contents note

Layout First Floor, Drawn by C. Walker, Sheet 1 of 3 [2 and 3 missing]. Labeled: UNK-2.
Box 538, Folder 2

Blueprints -- Lester Paley & Asso. -- installation of Earthquake Anchors for the Craft & Folk Art Museum [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] 1983 October 25 - 1984 May 14

Scope and Contents note

5 sheets. Labeled: PA-1.
Box 538, Folder 3

Blueprints -- Lester Paley & Associates -- installation of Earthquake Anchors for the Craft & Folk Art Museum [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] 1987 March 23

Scope and Contents note

4 sheets. Labeled: PA-2.
Box 538, Folder 4

Blueprints -- Lester Paley & Associates -- installation of Earthquake Anchors for the Craft & Folk Art Museum [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] 1987 June 29

Scope and Contents note

4 sheets. Labeled: PA-3.
Box 538, Folder 5

Plans -- Hodgetts + Fung -- renovation of 5814 Wilshire Blvd. [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] 1993 February 25

Scope and Contents note

3 stapled sheets. Hodgetts and Fung (A Division of Harmonica, Inc.) First Floor Plan; 2nd Floor Plan, 2 stapled sheets. CAFAM-5814 Wilshire; First Floor Plan; Mezzanine Plan; Third Floor Plan. Labeled: HF-1.
Box 538, Folder 6

Plans -- Hodgetts + Fung -- renovation of 5814 Wilshire Blvd. [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] 1993 July 12 - 1993 September 2

Scope and Contents note

4 stapled sheets. (All stamped "Preliminary.") First Floor Plan (A2.1); Second Floor Plan (A2.2); Third Floor Plan (A2.3); Site Plan/Demo Plan (A1.1). Labeled: HF-2.
Box 538, Folder 7

Blueprints -- Hodgetts and Fung -- CAFAM ceiling and stair plans [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] 1993 August 12 - 1994 February 9

Scope and Contents note

(3 stapled sheets--all stamped "Preliminary.") Reflected Ceiling Plans, date stamped 8-12-93 (A4.1); Reflected Ceiling Plans, 9-15-93 (A4.1); Stair Sections and Interior Elevations, n.d. (A5.1). Labeled: HF-3.
Box 538, Folder 8

Blueprints -- Hodgetts and Fung -- CAFAM floor and section plans [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] 1993 September 2

Scope and Contents note

(6 stapled sheets-all stamped "Preliminary-Not for Construction, 9-2-93.") First Floor Plan (A2.1); Second Floor Plan (A2.2); Third Floor Plan (A2.3); E-W Sections (A3.1); N- S Section/E-W Section (A3.2); Reflected Ceiling Plans (A4.1) Labeled: HF-4.
Box 538, Folder 9

Blueprints -- Hodgetts and Fung -- CAFAM Structural plans and Specifications for renovation of 5814 Wilshire. [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] 1993 September 15 - 1995 September 30

Scope and Contents note

Includes structural plans for custom steel exit stairs by Ishler Design & Engineering Associates (I.D.E.A.), 11-8-94. Project description: "Alteration (tenant improvement) to existing three-story unreinforced masonry bldg. Bldg is currently unoccupied; vacated due to earthquake reinforcement construction as required per Division 88. Earthquake reinforcement is complete with the exception of minor remaining items; final inspection pending." Lot 5 and 6; tract 5194; district map 5708/135-177; zone C4-2; occupancy B2/A3. Floor area: total gross: 10,398 square feet; total net: 9,380 square feet. Labeled: HF-5.
Box 538, Folder 10

Blueprints -- Hodgetts and Fung -- CAFAM floor plans [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] 1993 September 15 - 1995 April 13

Scope and Contents note

(4 stapled sheets). First Floor Plan (stamped "Preliminary," date stamped 2- 10-95), 9-15-93, rev. 10-18-94 (A2.1); Second Floor [Mezzanine] Plan, 9-15-93, rev. 9-6-94, date stamped 4-13-95 (A2.2); Second Floor [Mezzanine] Plan, 9-15-93, "issued for permit 3-17-94," date stamp, 4-20-94 (A2.2); Third Floor Plan, 9-15-93, rev. 9-2-94, date stamped 4-13-95 (A2.3) HF-6
Box 538, Folder 11

Blueprints -- Hodgetts and Fung -- CAFAM sections and elevations [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] 1993 September 15-30

Scope and Contents note

(5 stapled sheets). N-S Section/E-W Section, 9-15-93, rev. 10-18-94 (stamped "Preliminary," date stamped 2-10-95 (A3.2); North Elevation/East Elevation, 9-15-93, issued for permit 3-17-94 (stamped "Preliminary," date stamped 11-29-94 (A3.3); Bathroom Plans/Elevations, 3-14-95 (has signed Craig Hodgetts "Licensed Arch. State of California" seal dated 9-30-95) (A5.3); Courtyard (stamped "Preliminary," date stamped 11-29-94) (no num.); Canopy Details/Column Cover Detail, date stamped 4-20-94 (A5.4). Labeled: HF-7.
Box 538, Folder 12

Blueprints -- Hodgetts and Fung -- CAFAM electrical plans [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] 1993 October 7 - 18

Scope and Contents note

(4 stapled sheets). Electrical Plans, 10-7-93, meter reloc., 10-18-94 (E-1); Lighting Plans, 9-27-94 (EA); Lighting Fixture Schedules, 9-27-94 (EB); Power Plans, 9-27-94 (EC). Labeled: HF-8.
Box 539, Folder 1

Blueprints -- Hodgetts and Fung -- CAFAM mechanical plans and legends [Memorabilia - - CAFAM] 1994 April 22 - 1994 August 30

Scope and Contents note

(7 stapled sheets, all stamped "Progress Print-Not for Construction," 4-22-94; Cost Reduction, 8-30-94). Mechanical Legend, Notes and Schedules, 5-3-94 (M [corner missing]); Mechanical Sections (M3.1); Mechanical First Floor Plan (M2.1); Mechanical Second Floor Plan (M2.2); Mechanical Third Floor Plan (M2.3); Mechanical Roof Plan (M2.4); Mechanical Details (M4.1). Labeled: HF-9.
Box 539, Folder 2

Blueprints -- Hodgetts and Fung -- CAFAM notes and details [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] 1995 February - March

Scope and Contents note

(4 stapled sheets). General Notes, 2/95 (S-1); Structural Site Plan, 2/95 (S-2); Structural Details, 2/95 (S-3); Elevations-Details, 3/14/95 (A3.1). Labeled: HF-11.
Box 539, Folder 3

Blueprints -- Hodgetts and Fung -- CAFAM miscellaneous plans [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] 1995 February 10

Scope and Contents note

(7 stapled sheets, all stamped "Preliminary," date stamped 2/10/95). F-1 is titled "H & F Cabinetry"; F-2 through F-7 have no titles. Labeled: HF-12.
Box 539, Folder 4

Blueprints -- Tichenor & Thorp Architects -- The Egg & The Eye [Restaurant], Craft & Folk Art Museum. [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] 1997 July 1

Scope and Contents note

(3 sheets.) This unrealized project was intended to reinstate the restaurant which had been part of the original CAFAM before the radical renovation that joined 5800 and 5814 Wilshire, removing the restaurant in the process. The plan involved the owner/chef of an L.A. restaurant, Bombay.]
Box 539, Folder 5

Exhibition floor plans -- Handmade in Nepal [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] 1983

General note

See also Exhibitions Record Group.
Box 539, Folder 6

Exhibition floor plans -- Scandinavian Touch [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] 1983

General note

See also Exhibitions Record Group.
Box 539, Folder 7

Exhibition floor plans -- The Front Porch [Memorabilia -- CAFAM]

General note

See also Exhibitions Record Group.
Box 539, Folder 8

Exhibition floor plans -- Alvar Aalto [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] 1986

Scope and Contents note

Organized by MoMA in NYC. See also Exhibitions Record Group.
Box 539, Folder 9

Exhibition floor plans -- Palms and Pomegranates [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] 1988

General note

See also Exhibitions Record Group.
Box 539, Folder 10

Notes from CAFAM staff brainstorming session [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] 1996

Scope and Contents note

12 sheets. Nancy Fister was Acting Director and she moderated the discussion, which was held at the nearby home of Lorraine Trippett.
Box 540, Folder 2

Blueprints -- unknown draftsman -- CAFAM first floor gallery (original pencil drawing) and Craft and Folk Art Museum second floor gallery [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] ca. 1975

Scope and Contents note

(photocopy of pencil drawing) Labeled: UNK-1.
Box 540, Folder 3

Blueprints -- Urban Innovations Group -- Craft & Folk Art Museum and Tower [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] 1988 September 15

Scope and Contents note

Project was to build a 21-story mixed-use development with CAFAM occupying 2 floors of tower plus 2-story adjoining building behind tower. [never realized] Labeled: UIG-5.
Box 540, Folder 4

Blueprints -- Alcasar Terrell, Inc. -- CAFAM at May Company Floor plan [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] 1990 February 14 - March 26

Scope and Contents note

[CAFAM in May Company-5th Floor Offices; CAFAM Library Floor Plan- Mezzanine of May Co.]; includes 5th floor plan pre-CAFAM. Labeled: AT-1.
Box 540, Folder 5

Blueprints -- Hodgetts and Fung -- CAFAM [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] 1994 December 1

Scope and Contents note

(3 small [11" x 17"] structural drawings, all titled "Scheme II," 12-1-94 and date stamped 12-6-94). Partial 1st Floor Elevator Location, Partial 2nd Floor Elevator Location, Partial 3rd Floor Elevator Location. On back of 3rd sheet: "Please Deliver to P.Ela, Please Deliver to P.Ela." Wrapped around the above drawings are two copies of a memo on H & F "transmittal" letterhead dated 11-30-94, both from L. [Lynn] Batsch. One is to the attention of Frank & Edith Wyle [to be sent] via MAIL; the other is to the attention of Patrick Ela [to be sent] via Hand Deliver. A handwritten note signed LB concerning "substantial structural work." A note at bottom states: "For preliminary pricing purposes as requested by CAFAM for 12/8/94 Board Meeting. CC: M [Marvin] Van Holland and F. Wyle. Labeled: HF-10.
Box 540, Folder 6

Ad proof [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] ca. 1988

Scope and Contents note

Done by May Co. for Larchmont Chronicle advertising both CAFAM and OASIS Center
Box 542

Museum for a New Century -- mounted photographs -- CAFAM history [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] 1995

Box 543

Museum for a New Century -- mounted photographs [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] 1995

Scope and Contents note

Includes photographs and texts about various museums across the United States and from the exhibitions: L.A. Collects and Murals of Aztlan
Box 544

Museum for a New Century -- mounted photographs [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] 1995

Scope and Contents note

Includes exhibition summaries and logos as well as photographs from the Puzzles Old and New
Box 545

Museum for a New Century -- mounted photographs [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] 1995

Scope and Contents note

Includes wall texts and photographs from the exhibitions: Artesanos Mexicanos, Masks in Motion, Fantasy in the Industrial Revolution, and Demons and Dragons
Box 546

Museum for a New Century -- mounted photographs [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] 1995

Scope and Contents note

Unidentified images of exhibitions
Box 547

Museum for a New Century -- mounted photographs (oversize) [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] 1995

Box 548, Folder 1

Museum for a New Century -- photographs -- renovation [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] 1995

Scope and Contents note

Photographs of the process of renovation at CAFAM including interior and exterior images
Box 548, Folder 2

Museum for a New Century -- photographs -- Home Sweet Home Exhibition [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] 1995

Box 548, Folder 3

Museum for a New Century -- photographs -- unidentified [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] 1995

Box 548, Folder 4

Museum for a New Century -- photographs -- redwares [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] 1995

Scope and Contents note

Photographs featuring a type of clayware called redware
Box 548, Folder 5

Award certificates -- oversize [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] 1982 - 1995

Box 548, Folder 6

Museum Resource Fund poster [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] undated

Box 548, Folder 7

Exhibition sign during construction phase [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] ca. 1994

Box 548, Folder 8

Mural drawing [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] 1983

Scope and Contents note

Cartoon for the wall mural created on the exterior of CAFAM in conjunction with the "Black Folk Art in America" exhibition. Two neighborhood elementary schools, inspired by the "Black Folk Art in America" exhibition, made sketches based on the exhibition artworks. A compilation of those sketches was made and then painted on the parking lot wall of the museum. This was a project initiated by Janet Marcus, CAFAM's Museum Educator and was a collaboration of the schools, the Museum, and the City Wide Murals program of the L.A. Department of Cultural Affairs. For further information about this project, see Series 10.02, CAFAM Exhibitions, Box 88, folders 10 - 11.
Box 548, Folder 9

Oversize photographs of masks [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] 1991

Scope and Contents note

Photographs of masks within the collection taken by Crystal Productions.
Box 550

Museum for a New Century -- mounted photographs [Memorabilia -- CAFAM] 1995

Scope and Contents note

Photographs and texts relating to the history of the Egg and the Eye Gallery and the CAFAM exhibitions: Hand Made in Nepal and What a Sight!
 

16.03 International Festival of Masks 1977 - 1988

Scope and Contents note

Festival of Masks street banner, t-shirts, pins, etc.
Box 354, Folder 3

Plaque -- 1977 Festival of Masks -- parade [Memorabilia -- Festival of Masks] 1977

Box 354, Folder 4

Plaque -- 1979 Festival of Masks [Memorabilia -- Festival of Masks] 1979

Box 354, Folder 5

Plaque -- 1980 Festival of Masks [Memorabilia -- Festival of Masks] 1980

Box 354, Folder 6

Plaque -- Chris Award [Memorabilia -- Festival of Masks] 1983

Scope and Contents note

Columbus Film Festival award to CAFAM for the film, "Magic in the Afternoon," produced by Dorn Hetzel, that documented the 1981 Festival of Masks.
Box 354, Folder 7

Glass plaque -- 1982 Festival of Masks [Memorabilia -- Festival of Masks] 1982

Scope and Contents note

2 identical screen printed glass plaques commemorating the 1982 festival
Box 354, Folder 8

Glass plaque -- 1984 Festival of Masks [Memorabilia -- Festival of Masks] 1984

Scope and Contents note

Commemorative glass plaque and paper certificate
Box 354, Folder 9

Program book sign [Memorabilia -- Festival of Masks] undated

Box 419, Folder 19

1988 Festival memorabilia -- Trader Joe's Paper Bag Masks; 1 table top tent ad for FOM program book [Memorabilia -- Festival of Masks] 1988 October

Scope and Contents note

3 copies of Trader Joe's paper bag mask pattern; 1 table top tent advertisement for Festival of Masks Program Book.
Box 522, Folder 16

Festival of Masks pins [Memorabilia -- Festival of Masks]

Box 528, Folder 4

T-shirts -- CAFAM navy children's shirt [Memorabilia -- Festival of Masks] undated

Scope and Contents note

Navy cotton t-shirt with white graphical image of a Japanese mask used frequently in materials for the Festival of Masks.
Box 528, Folder 5

T-shirts -- CAFAM light blue children's shirt [Memorabilia -- Festival of Masks] undated

Scope and Contents note

Light blue shirt with red logo identical to logo of shirt in Box 528, folder 4.
Box 528, Folder 6

T-shirts -- CAFAM white girls' shirt [Memorabilia -- Festival of Masks] undated

Scope and Contents note

White "girls" style cotton t-shirt with red graphical image identical to the of Box 528, folder 4.
Box 528, Folder 7

T-shirts -- Adult's white shirt with African mask [Memorabilia -- Festival of Masks] undated

Scope and Contents note

White cotton t-shirt with red and grayscale image of an African mask with red highlights.
Box 528, Folder 8

T-shirts -- Toddler's shirt [Memorabilia -- Festival of Masks] undated

Scope and Contents note

White cotton shirt with black and red image of person trying on the Japanese mask that serves as a logo for the festival.
Box 528, Folder 9

T-shirts -- Children's large shirt [Memorabilia -- Festival of Masks]

Scope and Contents note

White shirt with purple, green, and red images representative of the geometric trends in clothing of the 1980s
Box 528, Folder 10

T-shirts -- Red children's shirt [Memorabilia -- Festival of Masks]

Scope and Contents note

Red cotton t-shirt with white and black graphical image of a person trying on the mask serving as the logo for the festival
Box 528, Folder 11

T-shirts -- White children's shirt [Memorabilia -- Festival of Masks] undated

Scope and Contents note

White cotton t-shirt with red and black graphical image identical to that of the shirt in Box 528, folder 10.
Box 528, Folder 12

T-shirts -- Children's white shirt [Memorabilia -- Festival of Masks] 1984

Scope and Contents note

White cotton shirt with orange, aquamarine, and magenta graphical image identical to the shirt in Box 528, folder 8.
Box 541

Festival of Masks street banner [Memorabilia -- Festival of Masks] 1988 October 29 and 30

Scope and Contents note

8' x 3' -- plasticized cloth banner.
 

17. Edith R. Wyle Research Library

Scope and Contents note

These files originated with Joan Benedetti, CAFAM Museum Librarian from 1976 – 1997. The CAFAM Research Library, renamed the Edith R. Wyle Research Library in 1995 to honor the museum’s founder, was developed to support CAFAM’s broad programmatic interests in contemporary craft, product design, and folk art. Open to the public by appointment, as a museum library it was intended primarily for the research use of CAFAM personnel, especially curators, educators, and docents. The Egg and The Eye Association had started a library for the benefit of the members; those books, along with books donated by Edith Wyle, and slides from The Egg and The Eye Gallery, formed the basis in 1975-76 of the CAFAM library at the time of the transition of the gallery to a museum. Benedetti began to develop the collection and its mission starting in October 1976. A recent UCLA library school graduate, Karen Cahoon, had already cataloged about half of what was initially about 300 books during the previous year. A retired social worker, Judith Clark, who started as a library volunteer in 1975, continued to volunteer in the library until the museum closed temporarily at the end of 1997. (Many other volunteers worked in the library over the years.) Benedetti, with the support of Edith Wyle, Patrick Ela, and a board member, Ruth Bowman, began to write grant proposals. Grants were obtained in 1977 from the Dayton Hudson and Louis B. Meyer Foundations for Benedetti to write a feasibility study concerning the potential for a special library at CAFAM devoted to folk art and contemporary craft. Another volunteer, Suzy Ticho, with the support of an NEA grant, researched the idea of a contemporary craftsperson's slide registry and obtained a donation of over 3,000 slide duplicates from Betty Sheinbaum, who had run the Fairtree Fine Crafts Gallery in Santa Barbara. In 1979 a grant from the James Irvine Foundation of $25,000 funded a part-time librarian position and allowed the purchase of audiovisual equipment and the start of some periodical subscriptions. A paid assistant was funded from CETA funds. Over $340,000 in grants were obtained between 1977 and 1994, principally from the James Irvine Foundation; other grants came from the L.J. and Mary C. Skaggs Foundation, the Neutrogena Company, the Ethnic Arts Council, and Betty Schienbaum. Benedetti was hired on a full-time basis starting in 1987. An adjunct program, the Center for the Study of Art and Culture (CSAC), intended to be a fellowship program and “think tank,” was begun in 1989 with a grant from the Irvine Foundation (see separate CSAC Record Group). When it became clear in 1997 that CAFAM would not be able to maintain the Research Library, which had grown to almost 7,000 volumes, including subscriptions and back issues of over 120 periodicals, thousands of slides and biographical materials on more than 1,000 contemporary craft artists, and over 30 vertical file drawers of clipping and pamphlet materials, a staff/board committee was formed to locate a new home for it. A Request for Proposal was sent to eight Los Angeles art libraries and seven proposals were received. The RFP included a description of the institutional records (the staff files) dating back to 1965 that had been discovered in various storage areas, and that collection was also folded into the request. In the fall of 1997, the library collection was donated to the L.A. County Museum of Art Research Library and the institutional files were given to UCLA Arts Special Collections.
 

17.01 Administrative Files 1976 - 1997

Scope and Contents note

CAFAM Research Library administration files created by Museum Librarian Joan Benedetti during her tenure, from conception and initial development of the library in 1976 to the transfer of the library collections to the L.A. County Museum of Art Research Library at the end of 1997. Arranged alphabetically by topics and chronologically within each topic.
Box 144, Folder 1

731 South Curson Blvd.

Box 144, Folder 2

5800 Wilshire Blvd.

Box 144, Folder 3

Accounting

Box 144, Folder 4

Accounting -- 1990 meeting with Lorraine Trippett and Shari Hakimpour

Box 144, Folder 5

Accounting -- outstanding check requests 8/95-3/97

Box 144, Folder 6

Accounting -- impound account reports 1996

Scope and Contents note

All library accounting records discarded except for these final items.
Box 144, Folder 7

Accounting -- input for Acquisitions Manager 1997

Scope and Contents note

Acquisitions Manager (familiarly known as AcqMan) was the software purchased for library acquisitions (and also used for several years in place of a cataloging program).
Box 144, Folder 8

Acquisitions and collection development

Box 144, Folder 9

Alliance for American Quilts

Box 144, Folder 10

American Association of Botanical Gardens and Arboreta (JB presentation) 6-16-94

Scope and Contents note

Benedetti gave a paper at the AABGA annual meeting concerning the "Diversity and Inclusion" workshops for museum workers sponsored by CAFAM's Center for the Study of Art and Culture in 1993. See also Box 149, folders 8 - 9. See also separate Center for the Study of Art and Culture Record Group.
Box 144, Folder 11

American Association of Museums

Box 144, Folder 12

American Craft Council

Box 144, Folder 13

American Craft Enterprises

Box 144, Folder 14

American Folklife Center

Box 144, Folder 15

American Folklife Festival

Box 144, Folder 16

American Folklore Society

Box 144, Folder 17

American Library Association

Box 144, Folder 18

American Library Association -- ACRL -- Arts Section

Box 144, Folder 19

American Library Association--Filing Rules

Box 144, Folder 20

American Library Directory

Box 144, Folder 21

American Memory Project

Box 144, Folder 22

Appraisal

Box 144, Folder 23

Archives (general)

Box 144, Folder 24

Archives (CAFAM)

Box 144, Folder 25

Archives (CAFAM) -- file folder headings

Box 144, Folder 26

Archives (CAFAM) -- placement

General note

See also: Library Placement.
Box 144, Folder 27

Archives of American Art

Box 144, Folder 28

Art Libraries Society of North America (ARLIS/NA) and ARLIS/SC

Scope and Contents note

Most ARLIS files belonged to JB (she had a personal membership beginning in 1977 paid for by her) and now reside in her home files. However, ARLIS functions often took place at the Research Library over the years and ARLIS colleagues and publications were very important to Benedetti (and to the development of the CAFAM library). When the CAFAM library had to be given away at the end of 1997, Benedetti was able to call on ARLIS members directly to locate potential placement sites.
Box 144, Folder 29

Art and Architecture Thesaurus

Box 145, Folder 1

Art and Architecture Thesaurus -- folk art terminology

Scope and Contents note

Benedetti had a special interest in folk art terminology and assisted with the writing of the AAT scope notes for folk art, outsider art, naïve art, and related terms.
Box 145, Folder 2

Art Center College of Design -- periodical list

Box 145, Folder 3

Art Index

Box 145, Folder 4

Art Libraries Journal (JB review) 1991 October

Box 145, Folder 5

Art Museum Association of America

Box 145, Folder 6

Artificial intelligence/expert systems

Box 145, Folder 7

Artists' biographical files

Scope and Contents note

These files were transferred to the L.A. County Museum of Art Research Library at the end of 1997.
Box 145, Folder 8

Auction catalogs

Box 145, Folder 9

Audiotape/oral history

Box 145, Folder 10

Audiovisual (general)

Box 145, Folder 11

Audiovisual Equipment

Box 145, Folder 12

Baker, Carl

Box 145, Folder 13

Baxter, Paula

Box 145, Folder 14

Bead Society--assistance with sale of bead collection 1978-79

Scope and Contents note

When the CAFAM Research Library moved into the "cottage," around the corner at 731 S. Curson, one of the rooms was completely full of a bead collection that had been purchased by The Bead Society from a dealer and stored at 731 S. Curson. It was intended to be donated to CAFAM with the idea that it would be sold. However, the value of the collection was found to be negligible. A volunteer spent many hours sorting and cataloging the collection and it was finally taken off the museum's hands by another dealer, thus freeing up the space for the library. Benedetti oversaw this project.
Box 145, Folder 15

Bead Society -- grant

Box 145, Folder 16

Bead Society -- library

Scope and Contents note

The Bead Society donated its library to the CAFAM Research Library. It was transferred to the L.A. County Museum of Art along with the rest of the CAFAM Library at the end of 1997.
Box 145, Folder 17

Benedetti, Joan

Box 145, Folder 18

Benedetti, Joan -- papers and presentations

General note

See also American Association of Botanical Gardens and Arboreta.
Box 145, Folder 19

Benedetti, Joan -- resumes

Box 145, Folder 20

Board subcommittee on library (proposed)

Box 145, Folder 21

Book jacket covers

Scope and Contents note

Book jacket covers were saved in hopes that funding would eventually be found to put them in mylar jackets and replace them on the books. After the library was transferred to LACMA, the book jackets were discarded.
Box 145, Folder 22

Book jobbers

Box 145, Folder 23

Book order forms

Box 145, Folder 24

Book plate design and postcard acknowledgment

Box 145, Folder 25

Book processing procedure

Box 145, Folder 26

Book sale ideas

Box 145, Folder 27

Bowman, Ruth

Scope and Contents note

Bowman was an early supporter of the library and assisted Benedetti in writing the feasibility study. See also separate Ruth Bowman series within the Board of Trustees Record Group.
Box 146, Folder 1

Budget

Box 146, Folder 2

Budget 1991 - 1995

Box 146, Folder 3

Budget

Box 146, Folder 4

Budget -- planning

Box 146, Folder 5

CAFAM budget issues

Box 146, Folder 6

CAFAM bulk mail requirements

Box 146, Folder 7

CAFAM calendar 1989 - 1996

Box 146, Folder 8

CAFAM capital campaign brochure 1989

Box 146, Folder 9

CAFAM Cataloging-in-Publication (Traditional Textiles of Tunisia)

Scope and Contents note

Cataloging-in-Publication is a program of the Library of Congress. Benedetti assisted with obtaining information about it in connection with the CAFAM publication of Traditional Textiles of Tunisia, by Irmtraud Reswick.
Box 146, Folder 10

CAFAM clean-up committee 1997

Box 146, Folder 11

CAFAM collections management policy 1983 September - 1996

Box 146, Folder 12

California Association of Museums

Box 146, Folder 13

California Folklore Society

Box 146, Folder 14

California Indian Subject Specialists

Scope and Contents note

This was a group within the California Library Association.
Box 147, Folder 1

CAFAM computer planning committee 1996 November - 1997 February

General note

See also CAFAM computerization -- Irvine proposal.
Box 147, Folder 2

CAFAM computerization 1979 - 1988

Box 147, Folder 3

CAFAM computerization -- IBM displaywriter

Scope and Contents note

An early computer that was donated.
Box 147, Folder 4

CAFAM computerization -- Irvine proposal for LAN 1996?

Scope and Contents note

This was a proposal written by Benedetti to the James Irvine Foundation for funding for a LAN (a Local Area Network) for CAFAM (for the museum as a whole). The proposal was funded, but it was a "matching" grant that CAFAM was unable to match; therefore, it had to be rescinded.
Box 147, Folder 5

CAFAM critiques

Box 147, Folder 6

CAFAM director -- search 1996

Box 147, Folder 7

CAFAM histories

Box 147, Folder 8

CAFAM long-range strategic planning 1995

Box 147, Folder 9

CAFAM maps and floor plans

Box 147, Folder 10

CAFAM marketing and public relations 1996 - 1997

Box 147, Folder 11

CAFAM membership brochure

Box 147, Folder 12

CAFAM memos about the museum 1978 - 1992

Box 147, Folder 13

CAFAM mission statements and analysis of mission 1990? - 1997

Scope and Contents note

There were several attempts to write and rewrite the CAFAM mission statement.
Box 148, Folder 1

CAFAM Museum Affairs Committee

Scope and Contents note

A CAFAM board committee.
Box 148, Folder 2

CAFAM name

Scope and Contents note

There were several attempts over the years to come up with a different name for CAFAM.
Box 148, Folder 3

CAFAM Non-profit status 501(c)(3) forms

Box 148, Folder 4

CAFAM organization charts

Box 148, Folder 5

CAFAM performance appraisal committee 1990

Box 148, Folder 6

CAFAM performance appraisal committee

Box 148, Folder 7

CAFAM performance appraisal committee 1996

Box 148, Folder 8

CAFAM policies and procedures

Box 148, Folder 9

CAFAM posters -- holdings and distribution

Box 148, Folder 10

CAFAM Re-evaluation Committee

Box 148, Folder 11

CAFAM Re-evaluation--Library 1996

Box 148, Folder 12

CAFAM retreat and issues to be addressed

Box 148, Folder 13

CAFAM role clarification process

Box 148, Folder 14

CAFAM role clarifications

Scope and Contents note

Predominantly within the library.
Box 148, Folder 15

CAFAM staff birthdays

Box 148, Folder 16

CAFAM staff meetings

Box 148, Folder 17

CAFAM Team Exhibition Development

Scope and Contents note

This was an effort, let by Marcia Page, to develop a team approach to exhibition planning. The librarian, the registrar, the educator, the publicist, the development officer, and the designer were all on the team.
Box 149, Folder 1

California Library Association

Box 149, Folder 2

Cataloging 1978-1994

General note

See also OCLC (Online Computer Library Center).
Box 149, Folder 3

Cataloging Distribution Service (L.C.) 1978 - 1980

Scope and Contents note

LC card sets were purchased for books whose catalog copy was in the LC union catalog before the catalog was computerized.
Box 149, Folder 4

Cataloging Library Reproduction Service

Scope and Contents note

This was a private company used to created duplicate sets of master catalog cards of books that needed original cataloging when cards were still filed in a card catalog before computerization started and the catalog was frozen.
Box 149, Folder 5

Cataloging procedures (Using OCLC CatME) 1989? - 1997

Scope and Contents note

CatME (Cataloging Micro-Enhancer); this was software provided by OCLC to libraries that used PCs. After the library received funding for the CSAC initiative from the Irvine Foundation, starting in 1989, all of the CAFAM Research Library's cataloging was done using CatME through a subscription to OCLC.
Box 149, Folder 6

Cataloging -- recently cataloged books

Scope and Contents note

In the first few years of library development, an attempt was made to keep CAFAM staff informed of new library acquisitions by photocopying new library cards.
Box 149, Folder 7

[Cataloging] -- subject cataloging

Scope and Contents note

Subject cataloging was always a special interest of Benedetti's because of the many problematic terms in both the folk art and craft fields.
Box 149, Folder 8

Center for the Study of Art and Culture (CSAC) 1990 - 1992

General note

See also Record Group 18, Center for the Study of Art and Culture.
Box 149, Folder 9

Center for the Study of Art and Culture (CSAC) -- National Advisory Board meeting packets 1990

General note

See also Record Group 18, Center for the Study of Art and Culture.
Box 149, Folder 10

Ceramics Institute

Box 149, Folder 11

Checking account 1994

Box 150, Folder 1

Checking account 1993 May - 1994 January

Box 150, Folder 2

Checking account 1995 - 1997 January

Box 150, Folder 3

CLASS (RLIN)

Box 150, Folder 4

Columbia University-Information on Artists Project 1988

Box 150, Folder 5

Community Research Project (Preservation of Ethnic Traditions--P.E.T. Project) 1981 - 1982

General note

See also Record Group 19, Preservation of Ethnic Traditions.
Box 150, Folder 6

Computers 1981 - 1988

Box 150, Folder 7

Computers

Box 150, Folder 8

Computers -- various publications 1983 - 1992

Box 150, Folder 9

Computers -- Crafts Online

General note

See also Information and Referral files, Box 155, folder 3.
Box 150, Folder 10

Content Committee

Scope and Contents note

A short-lived CAFAM board committee that was roughly equivalent to the Program Committee.
Box 150, Folder 11

Copyright

Box 150, Folder 12

Craft International (L.C. copyright deposit) 1994 - 1995

Scope and Contents note

The Library of Congress requested copies of Craft International for their files and the CAFAM library was able to send them duplicate copies.
Box 150, Folder 13

Disability issues

Box 150, Folder 14

Disaster Preparedness

Box 151, Folder 1

Disaster Preparedness -- LAPNET workshop

Box 151, Folder 2

Disaster Preparedness -- LAPANET workshop 1989

Box 151, Folder 3

Disaster Preparedness

Scope and Contents note

Binder, "Comprehensive Earthquake Preparedness Planning Guidelines: Corporate."
Box 151, Folder 4

Discards (duplicates, donations, etc.)

Box 151, Folder 5

Docents

Box 151, Folder 6

Docents -- library training 1986 - 1987

Box 151, Folder 7

Educator position

Box 151, Folder 8

Ephemera

Box 151, Folder 9

Equipment lists -- museum-wide

Box 151, Folder 10

Ethics Codes for Museums

Box 151, Folder 11

Ethnic Arts Council -- library grants

Box 151, Folder 12

Excellence and Equity (AAM program)

Box 151, Folder 13

Exchanges -- occasional exchanges

Scope and Contents note

The CAFAM Library exchanged publications with quite a long list of other museum libraries; this was a significant source of acquisitions in the first decade or so of library development.
Box 151, Folder 14

Exchanges -- occasional

Scope and Contents note

The CAFAM Library exchanged publications with quite a long list of other museum libraries; this was a significant source of acquisitions in the first decade or so of library development.
Box 152, Folder 1

Exchanges -- standing orders

Scope and Contents note

The CAFAM Library exchanged publications with quite a long list of other museum libraries; this was a significant source of acquisitions in the first decade or so of library development.
Box 152, Folder 2

Exhibition catalogs

Scope and Contents note

Includes memos re CAFAM cats: using them for exchange purposes and problems of marketing/distribution of them; also includes info. re cataloging of exhibition catalogs in library collections.
Box 152, Folder 3

Exhibition catalogs -- lists (CAFAM)

Box 152, Folder 4

Exhibitions (CAFAM) -- related reserves

Box 152, Folder 5

Exhibitions (CAFAM)

Box 152, Folder 6

Exhibitions (CAFAM) -- information

Box 152, Folder 7

Exhibitions (CAFAM) -- lists

Scope and Contents note

These CAFAM exhibition lists were the first attempt to document CAFAM history in a systematic way and they led, eventually, to the development of an archives of CAFAM history (mostly CAFAM publications, clippings, and minutes of meetings) that was first kept by the CAFAM Research Library and then was folded into what eventually became the CAFAM archives housed at UCLA after the museum closed at the end of 1997.
Box 152, Folder 8

Feasibility study -- correspondence 1977 - 1978

Box 152, Folder 9

Feasibility study

Scope and Contents note

Photocopy annotated by Edith R. Wyle. This study, which was funded by the Dayton Hudson Foundation, was consequently used in applying for funding to the James Irvine Foundation.
Box 152, Folder 10

Feasibility study -- letters of support 1978

Box 152, Folder 11

Festival of Masks -- newsletter copy

Box 152, Folder 12

Festival of Masks -- photography

Box 152, Folder 13

Film and videotape

Box 152, Folder 14

Fund for Folk Culture

Box 153, Folder 1

Fund raising

Box 153, Folder 2

Furniture

Box 153, Folder 3

Gallery security (May Co.)

Box 153, Folder 4

Gantt charts

Box 153, Folder 5

General development of library and correspondence 1977 - 1988

Box 153, Folder 6

Getty AHIP-L.A. CultureNet

Box 153, Folder 7

Gifts 1977 - 1984

Box 153, Folder 8

Gifts

Box 153, Folder 9

Gifts 1990 - 1994

Box 153, Folder 10

Gifts

Box 153, Folder 11

Gifts (library) -- general Information

Box 153, Folder 12

Gifts -- Judith Clark

Scope and Contents note

See also many other gift letters to Judy C. in gift folders arranged in chronological order (folders 7 - 10). Judith Clark volunteered for the Research Library from 1975 - 1997 and was a frequent donor of books.
Box 153, Folder 13

Gifts -- pending

Box 154, Folder 1

Grant proposals -- background

Scope and Contents note

Library and CSAC--includes letters of support for D & I.
Box 154, Folder 2

Grant proposals -- pending 1995

Box 154, Folder 3

Grant proposals -- Burlington Northern

Box 154, Folder 4

Grant proposals -- CAFAM Folk Art Council

Box 154, Folder 5

Grant proposals -- California Arts Council

Box 154, Folder 6

Grant proposals -- California Arts Council -- Traditional Folk Arts program

Box 154, Folder 7

Grant proposals -- California Council for the Humanities

Box 154, Folder 8

Grant proposals -- Dayton Hudson

Scope and Contents note

Dayton Hudson provided a small grant that paid for a feasibility study for a CAFAM "media resources center." The study was done by Benedetti and the finished report was used to apply for a grant from the James Irvine Foundation
Box 154, Folder 9

Grant proposals -- Getty Oil

Box 154, Folder 10

Grant proposals -- IBM

Box 154, Folder 11

Grant proposals -- Institute of Museum Services

Box 154, Folder 12

Grant proposals -- Irvine Foundation

Scope and Contents note

The initial James Irvine Foundation grant funded some minor renovation of the library space at 731 S. Curson and the purchase of library equipment and shelving and AV equipment. See also CSAC Record Group 18. The James Irvine Foundation was the primary funder of CSAC.
Box 154, Folder 13

Grant proposals -- Irvine Foundation 1979

Scope and Contents note

The initial James Irvine Foundation grant funded some minor renovation of the library space at 731 S. Curson and the purchase of library equipment and shelving and AV equipment. See CSAC also Record Group 18. The James Irvine Foundation was the primary funder of CSAC.
Box 154, Folder 14

Grant proposals -- Irvine Foundation 1980

Scope and Contents note

The initial James Irvine Foundation grant funded some minor renovation of the library space at 731 S. Curson and the purchase of library equipment and shelving and AV equipment. See CSAC also Record Group 18. The James Irvine Foundation was the primary funder of CSAC.
Box 154, Folder 15

Grant proposals -- Irvine Foundation

Scope and Contents note

The initial James Irvine Foundation grant funded some minor renovation of the library space at 731 S. Curson and the purchase of library equipment and shelving and AV equipment. See also Record Group 18, CSAC. The James Irvine Foundation was the primary funder of CSAC.
Box 154, Folder 16

Grant proposals -- L.J. Skaggs and Mary C. Skaggs Foundation.

Scope and Contents note

See also CSAC Record Group 18. Skaggs gave a small grant to provide funds to pay for meetings of CSAC National Advisory Boad.
Box 154, Folder 17

Grant proposals -- Lila Wallace/Reader's Digest Community Folklife program

Box 154, Folder 18

Grant proposals -- NEA Challenge grants

Box 154, Folder 19

Grant proposals -- NEA Folk Arts

Box 155, Folder 1

Income -- various

Box 155, Folder 2

Indian Arts and Crafts Board (U.S. Dept. of the Interior)

Box 155, Folder 3

Information and referral files

Scope and Contents note

See also Box 150, folder 9. A large Information and Referral file was developed and it was hoped that it would eventually go online in a database to be called Crafts Online, but this was never realized and the I & R files were discarded before the library was given to the LACMA Research Library. See also Crafts Online and ACC files.
Box 155, Folder 4

Interlibrary Loan (ILL) -- general

Box 155, Folder 5

Interlibrary Loan (ILL) 1981 - 1991

Box 155, Folder 6

Interlibrary Loan (ILL) 1992 - 1993

Box 155, Folder 7

Interlibrary Loan (ILL) 1994 - 1995

Box 155, Folder 8

Interlibrary Loan (ILL)

Box 155, Folder 9

Interns/work study

Scope and Contents note

Many UCLA library school students worked as interns at the CAFAM Research Library.
Box 155, Folder 10

Internship projects

Box 155, Folder 11

ISBN numbers

Scope and Contents note

Blank applications forms.
Box 155, Folder 12

Job descriptions

Box 156, Folder 1

Job descriptions -- C.E.T.A.

Box 156, Folder 2

Job descriptions -- CSAC director

Box 156, Folder 3

Job descriptions -- librarian

Box 156, Folder 4

Job descriptions -- library assistant

Box 156, Folder 5

Keys

Box 156, Folder 6

Kitchen Committee (CAFAM)

Scope and Contents note

Rotating staff committee for kitchen clean-up at 5800 Wilshire Blvd.
Box 156, Folder 7

Kusserow, Paul

Scope and Contents note

Kusserow was last CAFAM director before temporary closing at end of 1997.
Box 156, Folder 8

L.A. Cultural Affairs -- Folk Arts Program

Box 156, Folder 9

L.A. Cultural Affairs -- Folk Arts Program -- Living Roots '97

Box 156, Folder 10

L.A. Disc

Box 156, Folder 11

LACMA/CAFAM merger discussions

Box 156, Folder 12

LACMA Research Library

Box 156, Folder 13

Los Angeles Institute of Contemporary Art (LAICA)

Scope and Contents note

LAICA ran one of the first artists slide registries and was one of several models for the CAFAM slide registry.
Box 156, Folder 14

Language of Objects project (folder 1 of 4)

General note

See also Record Groups 11 and 12, Language of Objects.
Box 156, Folder 15

Language of Objects project (folder 2 of 4)

General note

See also Record Groups 11 and 12, Language of Objects.
Box 156, Folder 16

Language of Objects project (folder 3 of 4)

General note

See also Record Groups 11 and 12, Language of Objects.
Box 156, Folder 17

Language of Objects project (folder 4 of 4)

General note

See also Record Groups 11 and 12, Language of Objects.
Box 156, Folder 18

L.A. Preservation Network, Inc. (LAPNet)

General note

See also Box 150, folder 14, and 151, folders 1 - 3.
Box 156, Folder 19

Library of Congress preassigned card number program

Box 157, Folder 1

Library of Congress classification system

Box 157, Folder 2

Library [CAFAM] -- activity reports

Box 157, Folder 3

Library [CAFAM] -- brochure

General note

See also packet of materials used in producing library brochures in Memorabilia -- CAFAM.
Box 157, Folder 4

Library [CAFAM] -- CAFAM calendar copy

Box 157, Folder 5

Library [CAFAM] -- circulation

Box 157, Folder 6

Library [CAFAM] -- collection evaluation

Box 157, Folder 7

Library [CAFAM] -- correspondence -- internal

Box 157, Folder 8

Library [CAFAM] -- correspondence -- internal 1983 - 1994

Box 157, Folder 9

Library [CAFAM] -- correspondence -- internal

Box 157, Folder 10

Library [CAFAM] -- correspondence -- outside museum 1978 - 1997

Box 157, Folder 11

Library [CAFAM] -- council -- ideas

Box 157, Folder 12

Library [CAFAM] -- fact sheets 1982 - 1996

Box 157, Folder 13

Library [CAFAM] -- floor plans 1977 - 1996

Scope and Contents note

Floor plans used for four library moves (plus one that was unrealized).
Box 157, Folder 14

Library [CAFAM] -- moving and packing 1996-1997

Box 157, Folder 15

Library [CAFAM] -- placement

Box 157, Folder 16

Library [CAFAM] -- placement -- committee meetings 1997

Scope and Contents note

A CAFAM board/staff committee was formed in mid-1997 to determine whether or not to give the library collections away. An RFP was written to eight different research libraries; proposals were received from seven of these. Ultimately, the CAFAM staff files (1965 - 1997) and other archival materials were also included in the RFP.
Box 157, Folder 17

Library [CAFAM] -- placement -- potential venues -- Beverly Hills Public Library 1997

Box 157, Folder 18

Library [CAFAM] -- placement -- potential venues -- Getty Research Institute 1997

Box 158, Folder 1

Library [CAFAM] -- placement -- potential venues -- Los Angeles County Museum of Art 1997

Scope and Contents note

This was the library to which the Edith R. Wyle Research Library was given at the end of 1997.
Box 158, Folder 2

Library [CAFAM] -- placement -- potential venues -- Los Angeles Public Library 1997

Box 158, Folder 3

Library [CAFAM] -- placement -- potential venues -- UCLA Arts Division 1997

Scope and Contents note

This was the collection to which the CAFAM Archives were given initially. Benedetti worked on processing them there on a part-time basis from 1998 - 208. In 2009, the Archives were transferred to UCLA Special Collections and the processing was completed by the CFPRT unit, along with Benedetti, under Kelley Bachli.
Box 158, Folder 4

Library [CAFAM] -- placement -- potential venues -- UCLA Folklore Department 1997

Box 158, Folder 5

Library [CAFAM] -- placement -- potential venues -- UCLA Fowler Museum of Cultural History 1997

Box 158, Folder 6

Library [CAFAM] -- placement -- potential venues -- University of Southern California 1997

Box 158, Folder 7

Library [CAFAM] -- promotion, press releases, and clippings 1977 - 1990

Box 158, Folder 8

Library [CAFAM] -- revenue generation 1990 and 1996

Box 158, Folder 9

Library [CAFAM] -- security

Box 158, Folder 10

Library [CAFAM] -- signage

Box 158, Folder 11

Library [CAFAM] -- supplies

Box 158, Folder 12

Los Angeles Public Library

Box 158, Folder 13

Lost or damaged books

Box 158, Folder 14

Museums, Arts & Humanities Division -- Special Libraries Association -- bulletin 1978 - 1984

Box 158, Folder 15

May Company

Scope and Contents note

Temporary CAFAM home 1989 - 1992.
Box 158, Folder 16

McGilvery, Larry and Gere

Scope and Contents note

They were dealers in used art periodicals and long-time ARLIS/NA members.
Box 158, Folder 17

Mentoring program at UCLA Graduate School of Library and Information Science

Box 158, Folder 18

Metronet

Scope and Contents note

This was a library cooperative of all kinds of libraries throughout L.A. County.
Box 158, Folder 19

Mid-America College Art Association Slide and Photography Newsletter

Box 158, Folder 20

Museum Computer Network (MCN) -- L.A. Conference 1988

Scope and Contents note

It was at this conference that Benedetti found the software (Cataloging Manager and Acquisitions Manager) that she consequently used in the library.
Box 158, Folder 21

Museum Educators of Southern California (MESC) 1992

Box 158, Folder 22

Museum libraries

Scope and Contents note

Includes various Benedetti talks on museum libraries.
Box 158, Folder 23

Museum of American Folk Art

Box 158, Folder 24

Museum of International Folk Art

Box 158, Folder 25

National Crafts Planning Board

Box 158, Folder 26

News on the Half-Shell

Scope and Contents note

CAFAM Volunteers Newsletter
Box 159, Folder 1

Online Computer Library Center (OCLC)

Scope and Contents note

This is an international cooperative cataloging agency, used by CAFAM library from 1988 (?) - 1997. See also Cataloging.
Box 159, Folder 2

Olivetti Lexicon 94C typewriter

Box 159, Folder 3

Oral history

Scope and Contents note

Includes "how-to" instructions and various projects. Later (2008 - 2010), Benedetti conducted an oral history of CAFAM. See separate files in UCLA Center for Oral History Research.
Box 159, Folder 4

Periodicals -- general 1978 - 1981

Box 159, Folder 5

Periodicals -- general

Box 159, Folder 6

Periodicals -- general 1997 -

Scope and Contents note

Starting in September 1997, periodical subscriptions were transitioned to LACMA.
Box 159, Folder 7

Periodicals -- binding

Box 159, Folder 8

Periodicals -- Ebsco 1991 - 1997

Scope and Contents note

This was the subscription agency used by the CAFAM library.
Box 159, Folder 9

Periodicals -- routing lists

Scope and Contents note

Periodicals were routed, by request, to CAFAM staff.
Box 160, Folder 1

Periodicals -- under consideration

Box 160, Folder 2

Photographs of CAFAM library

General note

See also materials used for publication of Research Library brochure in Memorabilia -- CAFAM. See also Series 14.04 for slides of different CAFAM library facilities.
Box 160, Folder 3

Photography equipment

Scope and Contents note

The Museum Librarian was responsible for documenting CAFAM exhibitions or for hiring a photographer for that purpose. A couple of lights and light stands, and a tripod were purchased with the first Irvine Foundation grant.
Box 160, Folder 4

Problems in photography files

Box 160, Folder 5

Photography of art 1978 Fall

Scope and Contents note

These courses, offered by LACMA, were taken by Joan Benedetti, who then took on the job of exhibtion installation documentation for a few years.
Box 160, Folder 6

Photography of CAFAM exhibitions and processing

General note

See also Exhibition Slides.
Box 160, Folder 7

Postal information

Box 160, Folder 8

Program for Art on Film (Art on Screen Database)

Scope and Contents note

This was a Getty program.
Box 160, Folder 9

Publishers -- correspondence

Box 160, Folder 10

Questionnaires

Box 160, Folder 11

Reference -- queries and visitors 1979 - 1990

Box 161, Folder 1

Reference -- queries and visitors

Box 161, Folder 2

Reference -- queries and visitors record book 1979 - 1984

Box 161, Folder 3

Southern California Answering Network (S.C.A.N.)

Scope and Contents note

This was a public reference service to which the CAFAM library subscribed.
Box 161, Folder 4

Southern Calif. Committee on Contemporary Art Documentation (S.C.C.C.A.D.)

Scope and Contents note

Benedetti was one of the original members of this group; see separate SCCCAC archives in UCLA Special Collections.
Box 161, Folder 5

Southern California Designer-Craftsmen (S.C.D.C.)

Scope and Contents note

The SCDC archives were donated to the CAFAM Research Library; see separate SCDC Archives in UCLA Special Collections.
Box 161, Folder 6

Shelving

Box 161, Folder 7

Shelving instructions

Box 161, Folder 8

Shopping information file

Scope and Contents note

This was a file of information that became part of the "Information and Referral File." It was intended to be part of the (unrealized) plan for a website called "CraftsOnline."
Box 161, Folder 9

Slide collections

General note

See also Series 17.03, Box 166, folder 2. See also Series 17.02
Box 161, Folder 10

Slide collections -- duplication

Box 161, Folder 11

Slide collections -- exhibition installation slides

General note

See also Series 14.3.
Box 161, Folder 12

Slide collections -- Festival of Masks

General note

See also Series 13.9.
Box 161, Folder 13

Slide collections -- slide registry

General note

See also Series 17.02 and Series 17.03, Box 166, folder 2.
Box 161, Folder 14

Slide collections -- slide registry -- forms

General note

See also Series 17.02 and Series 17.03, Box 166, folder 2.
Box 161, Folder 15

Slide collections --slide registry --procedure and information

General note

See also Series Series 17.02 and 17.03, Box 166, folder 2.
Box 161, Folder 16

Slide collections --slide registry -- sale and rental requests

General note

See also Series Series 17.02 and 17.03, Box 166, folder 2.
Box 161, Folder 17

Society of California Archivists

Box 161, Folder 18

Southern Highland Handicraft Guild

Box 161, Folder 19

Space planning 1977 - 1979

Scope and Contents note

For additional space planning files, see Series 17.04, Box 162, folder 12 - Box 165, folder 7.
Box 161, Folder 20

Space planning 1980 - 1988

Scope and Contents note

For additional space planning files, see Series 17.04, Box 162, folder 12 - Box 165, folder 7.
Box 161, Folder 21

Space planning

Scope and Contents note

For additional space planning files, see Series 17.04, Box 162, folder 12 - Box 165, folder 7.
Box 161, Folder 22

Space planning

Scope and Contents note

For additional space planning files, see Series 17.04, Box 162, folder 12 - Box 165, folder 7.
Box 161, Folder 23

Space planning

Scope and Contents note

For additional space planning files, see Series 17.04, Box 162, folder 12 - Box 165, folder 7.
Box 161, Folder 24

Saving and Preserving Art and Cultural Environments (S.P.A.C.E.S.)

Scope and Contents note

This was Seymour Rosen's organization, which documented what he called "folk art environments" throughout the U.S. After his death, the SPACES archives were given to CSU San Jose.
Box 161, Folder 25

Sparkletts Water Co.

Box 162, Folder 1

Statistics

Box 162, Folder 2

Telephone system

Box 162, Folder 3

Time cards

Scope and Contents note

It was only in the last few years before its temporary closure in 1997 that CAFAM staff were required to fill out time cards.
Box 162, Folder 4

UCLA Graduate School of Library and Information Science

Scope and Contents note

Many students from the UCLA GSLIS completed internships at the CAFAM library.
Box 162, Folder 5

Vacation time

Box 162, Folder 6

Vernacular Architecture archive (Home Sweet Home)

General note

See also Series 2.10 for information on the "Home Sweet Home" city-wide project.
Box 162, Folder 7

Vertical files

Scope and Contents note

Clipping/Ephemera Files; these were all donated to the LACMA Research Library along with all of the other Edith R. Wyle Research Library collections.
Box 162, Folder 8

Volunteers 1978 - 1996

Box 162, Folder 9

Western Museums Association (formerly Western Museums Conference) 1990-1989, 1994

Box 162, Folder 10

Beatrice Wood -- slide collection

Scope and Contents note

Beatrice Wood donated her slide collection to the CAFAM Research Library. When CAFAM closed at the end of 1997, the Wood slide collection and some other files on Wood were donated to the Archives of American Art in San Marino.
Box 162, Folder 11

Work orders -- 731 S. Curson

 

17.02 Artists Slide Registry Administrative Files 1977 - 1997

Scope and Contents note

Administrative records of the CAFAM Artists Slide Registry (aka the Contemporary Craftspersons Slide Registry), a collection in CAFAM's Edith R. Wyle Research Library. These files are arranged alphabetically by topic. The slides themselves, the artist biographical files, and a Rolodex contact file were given to the L.A. County Museum of Art (LACMA) Research Library, along with the other CAFAM Edith R. Wyle Research Library collections in 1997. In 2008 the slide registry slides and their Rolodex contact cards were interfiled with the CAFAM artist files, which remained with the CAFAM Library Collection at LACMA, while the present slide registry administrative files were transferred to the CAFAM archives at UCLA. For access to the slide registry slides and artist files, contact the LACMA Research Library . The CAFAM Slide Registry was developed initially (in 1977) by CAFAM Volunteer Coordinator, Suzy Ticho, with the intent of making it a marketing service of the CAFAM Research Library for contemporary craft artists. Ticho facilitated a major gift from Betty Scheinbaum of over 3,000 duplicates of slides from the Fairtree Fine Crafts Institute, which, together with contemporary craft slides from The Egg and The Eye Gallery, formed the initial basis of the Registry. The Slide Registry functioned as a marketing tool for artists, slides of whose work were housed in plastic slide sheets (divided by media and type of object) in looseleaf binders viewable on a large light table. Appointments were made for gallery owners and others to view the slides, the artists biographical files, and the Rolodex contact cards.
Box 167, Folder 8

General

Box 167, Folder 9

Artists biographical files

Scope and Contents note

Information concerning the collection and maintenance of artists' biographical materials; the bio files themselves were given to the L.A. County Museum of Art Research Library, along with the Slide Registry slides, which were interfiled in the Artist Biographical files.
Box 167, Folder 11

Clippings

Box 167, Folder 12

Computerization

Scope and Contents note

Although much research was done concerning potential computerization of the CAFAM Slide Registry, this was never realized.
Box 167, Folder 13

Correspondence

Box 167, Folder 14

Declined

Box 167, Folder 15

Forms

Box 167, Folder 16

Inactive artists and deactivation procedures

Box 167, Folder 17

Mailing lists

Box 167, Folder 18

Mask makers

Box 167, Folder 19

Media releases

Box 167, Folder 20

Needs assessment by Sarah Jane Kennington 1980 Spring

Scope and Contents note

Kennington, who went on to take the position of Registrar at UCLA's Fowler Museum, worked as a UCLA GSLIS intern at the CAFAM library in the Spring of 1980.
Box 167, Folder 21

Other registries

Box 167, Folder 22

Presentations

Box 167, Folder 23

Procedures

Box 167, Folder 24

Report by Suzy Ticho 1978 June

Scope and Contents note

Suzy Ticho, who was also serving at the time as the CAFAM Volunteers Coordinator, received a National Endowment for the Arts grant to do a national survey of artists slide registries; she developed a feasibility study that argued for the establishment of a contemporary craftsperson's slide registry within the newly-formed CAFAM research library. She was responsible for acquiring duplicates of Betty Sheinbaum's Fairtree Gallery slide collection, which jump-started the development of the Registry.
Box 167, Folder 25

Solicitations

Box 167, Folder 26

Statistics

Box 168, Folder 1

Updating procedure and forms

Box 168, Folder 2

Use records

 

17.03 Miscellaneous Documents, Procedures, Manuals 1977 - ca 1992

Scope and Contents note

This series contains miscellaneous documents relating to the CAFAM Library: reports to the Board; grant proposals; initial library feasibility study; various library procedures; manuals, etc.
Box 165, Folder 8

Library [CAFAM] -- general

Box 165, Folder 9

Library [CAFAM] -- chronological files 1977

Scope and Contents note

Includes various documents ranging from memos, corrspondence, grant applications, and press releases.
Box 165, Folder 10

Library [CAFAM] -- chronological files 1978

Scope and Contents note

Includes various documents ranging from memos, corrspondence, grant applications, and press releases.
Box 165, Folder 11

Library [CAFAM] -- chronological files

Scope and Contents note

Includes various documents ranging from memos, corrspondence, grant applications, and press releases.
Box 165, Folder 12

Library [CAFAM] -- chronological files

Scope and Contents note

Includes various documents ranging from memos, corrspondence, grant applications, and press releases.
Box 165, Folder 13

Library [CAFAM] -- chronological files

Scope and Contents note

Includes various documents ranging from memos, corrspondence, grant applications, and press releases.
Box 166, Folder 1

Library [CAFAM] -- procedures

Scope and Contents note

Removed from a looseleaf binder.
Box 166, Folder 2

Library [CAFAM] -- procedures -- artists files

Scope and Contents note

Integration of Procedures for Artists Bio file, Artists Slide Registry, and Artists Online Bio Index.
Box 166, Folder 3

Library [CAFAM] -- procedures -- financial -- monthly impound

Box 166, Folder 4

Library [CAFAM] -- procedures -- financial -- purchase orders

Box 166, Folder 5

Library [CAFAM] -- procedures -- computing -- AIRS-MARCON

Box 166, Folder 6

Library [CAFAM] -- procedures -- computing -- copying disks

Box 166, Folder 7

Library [CAFAM] -- procedures -- computing -- software -- Acquisitions Manager and online catalog

Box 166, Folder 8

Library [CAFAM] -- procedures -- computing -- software -- Acquisitions Manager -- manual

Box 166, Folder 9

Library [CAFAM] -- procedures -- computing -- software --Acquisitions Manager -- notes

Box 166, Folder 10

Library [CAFAM] -- procedures -- computing -- software -- Online Catalog -- manual

Box 167, Folder 1

Library [CAFAM] -- procedures -- computing -- software -- Online Catalog -- notes

Box 167, Folder 2

Library [CAFAM] -- procedures -- computing -- Thesaurus Construction System

Box 167, Folder 3

Library [CAFAM] -- procedures -- computing -- Thesaurus Construction System -- samples

Box 167, Folder 4

Library [CAFAM] -- procedures -- Wells Fargo account -- notes

Box 167, Folder 5

Library [CAFAM] -- reports

Box 167, Folder 6

Library [CAFAM] -- reports 1982 November

Box 167, Folder 7

Library [CAFAM] -- vendor list

 

17.04 Space Planning 1986 - 1990

Scope and Contents note

These files were created by Museum Librarian Joan Benedetti during the period of planning for the "New Museum." In addition to space planning for the research library, she was active in planning for the new museum as a whole, in her work on the board/staff Space Planning Committee. These files are in two parts, each arranged in alphabetical order by topic. Half of the files are concerned with unrealized plans for a new library space in the Ratkovich Development (Box 162, folder 12 - Box 164, folder 1). Half (Box 164, folder 2 - Box 165, folder 7) are from Benedetti's time on the CAFAM Space Planning Committee (1987-1990) and her time (in that capacity) writing a Request for Proposal and directing the search for a space planning consultant (1987-1989) for the new museum. The consultant hired, Marcy Goodwin, working with staff, wrote the preliminary building program. After the Ratkovich development fell through in 1992 due to the general economic downturn, the architectural firm Hodgetts + Fung was hired in 1993 to renovate and redesign the existing buildings. The building program developed by Goodwin with the CAFAM staff for the Ratkovich development was utilized in a general way for the Hodgetts + Fung renovation, but was largely unusable as the space available for the renovation was much smaller. For library space planning files on this later period, see Administrative Files series in the present ERW Research Library Record Group (Box 161, folders 19 - 23). See also separate series, "New Museum Files," in the Administrative and Special Events Record Group for further files relating to both the Ratkovich development and the Hodgetts + Fung renovation. Also note that the "Space Planning Committee," a committee composed of both staff and board (but essentially a board committee, chaired by board member Jim Pieper), was sometimes called the "Planning and Space Committee.” Some of the files concerning this latter committee will be found with the Board of Trustees Record Group.
Box 162, Folder 12

Ratkovich development [library plans] -- preliminary program draft 1990 April

Box 162, Folder 13

Ratkovich development [library plans] -- preliminary program draft 1990 May

Box 163, Folder 1

Ratkovich development [library plans] -- preliminary program draft 1990 June

Box 163, Folder 2

Ratkovich development [library plans] -- AV areas

Box 163, Folder 3

Ratkovich development [library plans] -- capital campaign -- naming opportunities

Box 163, Folder 4

Ratkovich development [library plans] -- climate control

Box 163, Folder 5

Ratkovich development [library plans] -- computerization

Box 163, Folder 6

Ratkovich development [library plans] -- equipment --microform reader and printer

Box 163, Folder 7

Ratkovich development [library plans] -- equipment --other

Box 163, Folder 8

Ratkovich development [library plans] -- equipment ---photocopiers

Box 163, Folder 9

Ratkovich development [library plans] -- furnishings

Box 163, Folder 10

Ratkovich development [library plans] -- library planning workshop

Box 163, Folder 11

Ratkovich development [library plans] -- planning process -- building program -- development 1986-1987

Box 163, Folder 12

Ratkovich development [library plans] -- planning process -- building program -- development 1988-1990

Box 163, Folder 13

Ratkovich development [library plans] -- planning process -- building program -- consultant Marcy Goodwin

Box 163, Folder 14

Ratkovich development [library plans] -- planning process -- building program -- library

Box 163, Folder 15

Ratkovich development [library plans] -- shelving -- general

Box 163, Folder 16

Ratkovich development [library plans] -- shelving -- compact shelving

Box 164, Folder 1

Ratkovich development [library plans] -- shelving --- compact shelving -- Spacesaver Systems

Box 164, Folder 2

Space Planning Committee [board/staff committee] -- files 1987-1990

Scope and Contents note

The Museum Librarian, Joan Benedetti, was on the Board/Staff Space Planning Committee.
Box 164, Folder 3

Space Planning Committee [board/staff committee] -- files -- accessibility

Box 164, Folder 4

Space Planning Committee [board/staff committee] -- files -- CAFAM departments -- administration

Box 164, Folder 5

Space Planning Committee [board/staff committee] -- files -- CAFAM departments -- curatorial, registrar, and galleries

Box 164, Folder 6

Space Planning Committee [board/staff committee] -- files -- CAFAM departments -- education

Box 164, Folder 7

Space Planning Committee [board/staff committee] -- files -- CAFAM departments -- galleries

Box 164, Folder 8

Space Planning Committee [board/staff committee] -- files -- CAFAM departments -- registration

Box 164, Folder 9

Space Planning Committee [board/staff committee] -- files -- CAFAM departments -- restaurant

Box 164, Folder 10

Space Planning Committee [board/staff committee] -- files -- CAFAM departments -- shop

Box 164, Folder 11

Space Planning Committee [board/staff committee] -- files -- CAFAM departments -- technical services

Box 164, Folder 12

Space Planning Committee [board/staff committee] -- files -- CAFAM departments -- volunteers

Box 164, Folder 13

Space Planning Committee [board/staff committee] -- files -- CAFAM staff meetings 1987-1988

Box 164, Folder 14

Space Planning Committee [board/staff committee] -- files -- long range plan -- draft 1989 March

Box 164, Folder 15

Space Planning Committee [board/staff committee] -- files -- market analysis and audience studies

Box 164, Folder 16

Space Planning Committee [board/staff committee] -- files -- meetings 1987-1989

Box 164, Folder 17

Space Planning Committee [board/staff committee] -- files -- other museum experiences 1988 January

Box 164, Folder 18

Space Planning Committee [board/staff committee] -- files -- preliminary program -- draft 1990 June

Box 165, Folder 1

Space Planning Committee [board/staff committee] -- files -- publications, articles, and lists

Box 165, Folder 2

Space Planning Committee [board/staff committee] -- files -- consultant search -- interviews and proposals

Box 165, Folder 3

Space Planning Committee [board/staff committee] -- files -- consultant search -- interviews 1989 November 13

Box 165, Folder 4

Space Planning Committee [board/staff committee] -- files -- consultant search -- memos and notes

Box 165, Folder 5

Space Planning Committee [board/staff committee] -- files -- consultant search -- request for proposal for Museum Planning Services

Box 165, Folder 6

Space Planning Committee [board/staff committee] -- files -- consultant search -- telephone calls

Box 165, Folder 7

Space Planning Committee [board/staff committee] -- files -- interim space search 1989

 

18. Center for the Study of Art and Culture (CSAC)

Scope and Contents note

The Center for the Study of Art and Culture (CSAC) was developed beginning in 1987 by the CAFAM Museum Librarian, Joan Benedetti. An adjunct program of the CAFAM Research Library, it was conceived in response to a staff initiative led by CAFAM’s Executive Director, Patrick Ela, to broaden CAFAM’s programming to reflect the Board’s intention at that time to develop an expanded museum, part of a mixed-use building project (unrealized) planned with the developer, Wayne Ratkovich. Benedetti also served as the CSAC Director. A National Advisory Board was formed over the first few years; meetings of the National Advisory Board were held at CAFAM in 1990 and 1992. At the outset of the development of CSAC, it was called the Center for Advanced Study of Art, Design, and Material Culture (CAS). The name was changed to the Center for the Study of Art and Culture (CSAC) before the second (1992) National Advisory Board meetings. CSAC was intended to be a fellowship program and “think tank” for CAFAM and was “dedicated to the support of cultural diversity in the arts as a positive value.” Its mission was “to expand knowledge of the meaning of objects in contemporary society through multicultural and multidisciplinary research, dialogue, and publication.” It was funded (1989-2004) primarily by the James Irvine Foundation, with a supplementary grant from the L.J. and Mary Skaggs Foundation to fund the expenses of the biennial meetings of the National Advisory Board. The major accomplishments of CSAC were: to form the National Advisory Board and to hold two meetings of the Board (in 1990 and 1992) as well as a local public forum in conjunction with the first Board meeting in 1990; to increase the research library’s collections (intended to support the fellowship program) by 60%; to pay for a subscription to OCLC, the national cooperative bibliographic database used for cataloging and interlibrary loan; and to hire a public programs coordinator, who, in 1993, developed two series of workshops titled “Diversity and Inclusion: Making It Happen in Your Museum.” The workshops, which targeted teams of museum workers from southern California, attracted 21 participant teams from 19 L.A. museums. Benedetti had developed the initial concept for a workshop on issues of diversity in museums, but realized she could not personally implement these public programs while continuing to administer both CSAC and the Research Library. An acting CSAC public programs coordinator, Teri Knoll, was hired and then a permanent programs coordinator, Nancy Downes-LeGuin. Downes-LeGuin formed a local Advisory Team from various L.A. museums, specifically to advise concerning development of the workshops for museum workers. Two professional trainers, Carmen Tolivar and Larry Dressler, were hired to assist in developing the workshops and to run them. Downes-LeGuin completed most of the planning for the workshops, but left CAFAM before their implementation. With the help of the local Advisory Team, Benedetti completed the workshop planning and coordinated the running of one workshop in the spring and one in the fall of 1993. Each workshop consisted of three days of activities, run over several weeks, to allow for the planning and implementation of actual “realizable projects” at each of the participant teams' 19 institutions. The fellowships, planned to be relatively short-term (3-6 months), were intended for “community scholars, working arts professionals operating outside of academia, and other researchers who have a particular interest in issues of art and culture relevant to contemporary communities.” However, the fellowship program could not be funded due to CAFAM’s financial difficulties and temporary closure in 1997, at which time the Research Library collections were given to the L.A. County Museum of Art Research Library and CSAC’s activities ceased.
 

18.01 Administrative 1987 - 1994

Scope and Contents note

These files are arranged alphabetically by topic and document the development and implementation of the Center for the Study of Art and Culture (CSAC), an adjunct program of the CAFAM Research Library, from CSAC's conception in 1987 through its final activities and reports in 1994. Includes solicitation of potential National Advisory Board members; correspondence with the National Advisory Board; grant proposals; planning and implementation of National Advisory Board meetings; and reports to its principal funders, the James Irvine Foundation and the L.J. and Mary Skaggs Foundation.
Box 168, Folder 3

CSAC -- general 1987-1991

Box 168, Folder 4

CSAC -- budget

Box 168, Folder 5

CSAC -- mission statement

Box 168, Folder 6

CSAC -- timetable

Box 168, Folder 7

CSAC -- advisory board -- correspondence with board as a whole

Box 168, Folder 8

CSAC -- advisory board -- lists

Box 168, Folder 9

CSAC -- advisory board -- solicitation process

Box 168, Folder 10

CAFAM and library brochures to mail

Box 168, Folder 11

CSAC -- advisory board -- meetings -- [general] photographs 1990 and 1992

Box 168, Folder 12

CSAC -- advisory board -- meetings -- audiotape lists 1990

Scope and Contents note

Both meetings of the National Advisory Board in 1990 and 1992 were recorded on audiotape cassettes. The tapes are in Box 180. An edited transcript of the 1990 meetings is available (see Box 169, folders 6 -9).
Box 168, Folder 13

CSAC -- advisory board -- meetings -- Benedetti notes 1990

Box 168, Folder 14

CSAC -- advisory board -- meetings -- budgets and expenses

Box 168, Folder 15

CSAC -- advisory board -- meetings -- easel notes 1990

Scope and Contents note

Recorded on Thursday afternoon.
Box 168, Folder 16

CSAC -- advisory board -- meetings -- Ela notes 1990

Box 168, Folder 17

CSAC -- advisory board -- meetings -- external notes and memos 1990

Box 168, Folder 18

CSAC -- advisory board -- survey responses

Box 168, Folder 18

CSAC -- advisory board -- meetings -- forum for public 1990 December 8

Scope and Contents note

Meeting held at 10:00 am in Fairfax community center.
Box 168, Folder 19

CSAC -- advisory board -- meetings -- handout packet 1990

Box 169, Folder 1

CSAC -- advisory board -- meetings -- handouts

Box 169, Folder 2

CSAC -- advisory board -- meetings -- internal notes and memos

Box 169, Folder 3

CSAC -- advisory board -- meetings -- observers' notes 1990

Box 169, Folder 4

CSAC -- advisory board -- meetings -- party at Ed and Luisa Tuttles' 1990 December 7

Box 169, Folder 5

CSAC -- advisory board -- meetings -- prepared remarks of Advisory board members and P. Ela 1990

Box 169, Folder 6

CSAC -- advisory board -- meetings -- proceedings

Scope and Contents note

Both meetings of the National Advisory Board in 1990 and 1992 were recorded on audiotape cassettes. The tapes are in Box 180. Abridged proceedings are in a binder.
Box 169, Folder 7

CSAC -- advisory board -- meetings -- proceedings 1990

Scope and Contents note

Abridged Original Sheets.
Box 169, Folder 8

CSAC -- advisory board -- meetings -- proceedings

Scope and Contents note

Revisions from Board Members.
Box 169, Folder 9

CSAC -- advisory board -- meetings -- proceedings

Scope and Contents note

Unabridged Transcripts with Potential Edits #1.
Box 169, Folder 10

CSAC -- advisory board -- meetings -- proceedings

Scope and Contents note

Unabridged Transcripts with Potential Edits #2.
Box 169, Folder 11

CSAC -- advisory board -- meetings -- travel arrangements

Box 169, Folder 12

CSAC -- advisory board -- meetings -- planning and postponement 1991

Box 169, Folder 13

CSAC -- advisory board -- meetings -- audiotape lists

Scope and Contents note

See Series 18.03, Box 180, for actual tapes.
Box 169, Folder 14

CSAC -- advisory board -- meetings -- handout packet 1992

Box 169, Folder 15

CSAC -- advisory board -- meetings -- handouts 1992

Box 169, Folder 16

CSAC -- advisory board -- meetings -- internal memos and notes 1992

Box 169, Folder 17

CSAC -- advisory board -- meetings -- notes -- Eudorah Moore

Box 169, Folder 18

CSAC -- advisory board -- meetings -- notes -- Patrick Ela 1992

Box 169, Folder 19

CSAC -- advisory board -- meetings -- travel arrangements

Box 169, Folder 20

CSAC -- advisory board -- members -- Ames, Kenneth

Box 169, Folder 21

CSAC -- advisory board -- members -- Apodaca, Paul

Box 169, Folder 22

CSAC -- advisory board -- members -- Byrne, Elizabeth Douthitt

Box 169, Folder 23

CSAC -- advisory board -- members -- Collins, Willie

Box 169, Folder 24

CSAC -- advisory board -- members -- Del Giudice, Luisa

Box 170, Folder 1

CSAC -- advisory board -- members -- Green, Archie

Box 170, Folder 2

CSAC -- advisory board -- members -- Ianco-Starrels, Josine

Box 170, Folder 3

CSAC -- advisory board -- members -- Jones, Michael Owen

Box 170, Folder 4

CSAC -- advisory board -- members -- Kaplan, Sam Hall

Box 170, Folder 5

CSAC -- advisory board -- members -- Margolin, Victor

Box 170, Folder 6

CSAC -- advisory board -- members -- Metcalf, Eugene

Box 170, Folder 7

CSAC -- advisory board -- members -- Moore, Eudorah M

Box 170, Folder 8

CSAC -- advisory board -- members -- Pal, Pratipaditya

Box 170, Folder 9

CSAC -- advisory board -- members -- Petersen, Toni

Box 170, Folder 10

CSAC -- advisory board -- members -- Silk, Gerald

Box 170, Folder 11

CSAC -- advisory board -- members -- Vlach, John

Box 170, Folder 12

CSAC -- correspondence -- Belanus, Betty

Box 170, Folder 13

CSAC -- correspondence -- Bronner, Simon J.

Box 170, Folder 14

CSAC -- correspondence -- CalArts (Steven Lavine and Nick England)

Box 170, Folder 15

CSAC -- correspondence -- Cerny, Charlene

Box 170, Folder 16

CSAC -- correspondence -- Evans-Pritchard, Deirdre

Box 170, Folder 17

CSAC -- correspondence -- Ferris, William

Box 170, Folder 18

CSAC -- correspondence -- Hartigan, Lynda

Box 170, Folder 19

CSAC -- correspondence -- Jackson, Louise

Box 170, Folder 20

CSAC -- correspondence -- Kester, Bernard

Box 170, Folder 21

CSAC -- correspondence -- Lange, Yvonne

Box 170, Folder 22

CSAC -- correspondence -- Lucic, Karen

Box 170, Folder 23

CSAC -- correspondence -- Martin, Fred

Box 171, Folder 1

CSAC -- correspondence -- Metcalf, Bruce

Box 171, Folder 2

CSAC -- correspondence -- miscellaneous

Box 171, Folder 3

CSAC -- correspondence -- Teske, Robert

Box 171, Folder 4

CSAC -- correspondence -- Upton, Dell

Box 171, Folder 5

CSAC -- correspondence -- Welsh, Peter H.

Box 171, Folder 6

CSAC -- donations

Box 171, Folder 7

CSAC -- fellowships

Box 171, Folder 8

CSAC -- fellowships -- other programs (folder 1 of 3)

Box 171, Folder 9

CSAC -- fellowships -- other programs (folder 2 of 3)

Box 171, Folder 10

CSAC -- fellowships -- other programs (folder 3 of 3)

Box 171, Folder 11

CSAC -- grants

Box 171, Folder 12

CSAC -- grants -- addenda to include with proposals

Box 171, Folder 13

CSAC -- grants -- letters of support

General note

See also letters re Diversity and Inclusion workshop in Series 18.2.
Box 171, Folder 14

CSAC -- grants -- Ahmanson (unmaterialized)

Box 171, Folder 15

CSAC -- grants -- Ethnic Arts Council (unmaterialized)

Box 171, Folder 16

CSAC -- grants -- Fund for Folk Culture -- Low Rider Fellowship (declined)

Box 171, Folder 17

CSAC -- grants -- Getty Trust (declined)

Box 171, Folder 18

CSAC -- grants -- Irvine Foundation

Box 172, Folder 1

CSAC -- grants -- Irvine Foundation -- proposal and reports

Scope and Contents note

The James Irvine Foundation was the largest funder of the Center for the Study of Art and Culture.
Box 172, Folder 2

CSAC -- grants -- Irvine Foundation -- proposal and reports

Scope and Contents note

The James Irvine Foundation was the largest funder of the Center for the Study of Art and Culture.
Box 172, Folder 3

CSAC -- grants -- budgets -- Irvine Foundation

Box 172, Folder 4

CSAC -- grants -- Metropolitan Life Foundation (declined)

Box 172, Folder 5

CSAC -- grants -- Plum Foundation -- Low Rider Fellowship (declined)

Box 172, Folder 6

CSAC -- grants -- Skaggs 1987-1993

Scope and Contents note

Funding was given by the Skaggs Foundation for costs associated with travel and associated expenses of the meetings of the CSAC National Advisory Board in 1990 and 1992. The fund was used as an endowment with only the interest from the fund actually spent.
Box 172, Folder 7

CSAC -- mailing lists

Box 172, Folder 8

CSAC -- meetings -- instructions

Box 172, Folder 9

CSAC -- newsletter -- art

Box 172, Folder 10

CSAC -- newsletter -- "Notes from the Edge of the Mainstream" 1990 Fall-Winter

Scope and Contents note

This was the only issue of the CSAC newsletter published.
Box 172, Folder 11

CSAC -- newsletter -- responses

Box 172, Folder 12

CSAC -- programming -- ideas

Box 172, Folder 13

CSAC -- programming -- ideas from other organizations

Box 173, Folder 1

CSAC -- promotion -- press releases and clippings 1989-1992

Box 173, Folder 2

CSAC -- Western Museums Conference, Phoenix 1989 October 25-28

Box 173, Folder 3

CSAC -- Western Museums Conference, Riverside, CA.

Box 173, Folder 4

CSAC -- Western Museums Conference, Riverside, CA -- "Turning the White Cube Inside Out"

Scope and Contents note

This conference panel was organized and moderated by Joan Benedetti, who was also a speaker, talking about CSAC.
Box 173, Folder 5

CSAC -- Western Museums Conference, Honolulu, Hawaii 1994 October

Box 179, Folder 25

CSAC -- rolodex (folder 1 of 2)

Box 179, Folder 26

CSAC -- rolodex (folder 2 of 2)

 

18.02 Workshops 1992 - 1993

Scope and Contents note

Administrative and planning files for "Diversity and Inclusion: Making it Happen in Your Museum," a CSAC workshop for museum workers in Southern California held in the Spring and Fall of 1993. Most of these files were created by Nancy Downes-LeGuin, CSAC Program Coordinator. Arranged in alphabetical order by topic, they document the planning that involved the trainers, Carmen Tolivar and Larry Dressler, and the local Advisory Team, made up of staff members from seven area museums. Advisory Team members were David Fears, former Executive Director of the L.A. Municipal Art Gallery Associates; Harry Gamboa, Jr., artist; Karin Higa, Curator, Japanese American National Museum; Vas Prabhu, Director of Education, Museum of Contemporary Art; Terrie Rouse, Executive Director, California Afro-American Museum; Michael Shapiro, Director, L.A. County Museum of Art; and Lori Starr, Head of Public Information, The J. Paul Getty Museum of Art. Also included is documentation of the workshops themselves, whose participants were teams of staff and board members from 19 area museums.
Box 173, Folder 6

CSAC -- workshops -- articles and handout drafts -- Diversity and Inclusion (A- C)

Box 173, Folder 7

CSAC -- workshops -- articles and handout drafts -- Diversity and Inclusion (D- L)

Box 174, Folder 1

CSAC -- workshops -- articles and handout drafts -- Diversity and Inclusion (M)

Box 174, Folder 2

CSAC -- workshops -- articles and handout drafts -- Diversity and Inclusion (N- P)

Box 174, Folder 3

CSAC -- workshops -- articles and handout drafts -- Diversity and Inclusion (R- W)

Box 174, Folder 4

CSAC -- workshops -- bibliographies --Diversity and Inclusion

Box 174, Folder 5

CSAC -- workshops -- budgets -- Diversity and Inclusion

Box 174, Folder 6

CSAC -- workshops -- "Confronting Issues of Diversity in Museums" -- Diversity and Inclusion 1994 June

Scope and Contents note

Paper read by Joan Benedetti at American Association of Botanical Gardens and Arboreta.
Box 174, Folder 7

CSAC -- workshops -- examples of affirmative action statements -- Diversity and Inclusion

Box 174, Folder 8

CSAC -- workshops -- Museum Directors' meeting (unrealized) -- Diversity and Inclusion

Box 174, Folder 9

CSAC -- workshops -- museum educators of Southern California -- Diversity and Inclusion

Scope and Contents note

Workshop on Multicultural Education, February 1992.
Box 174, Folder 10

CSAC -- workshops -- program assistant -- Diversity and Inclusion

Box 174, Folder 11

CSAC -- workshops -- program coordinator -- Diversity and Inclusion

Scope and Contents note

Acting Coordinator., Teri Knoll.
Box 174, Folder 12

CSAC -- workshops -- program coordinator -- Diversity and Inclusion

Scope and Contents note

Search for program coordinator. See Downes-LeGuin files, Box 174, folder 17 - Box 177, folder 11.
Box 174, Folder 13

CSAC -- workshops -- project description -- Diversity and Inclusion

Box 174, Folder 14

CSAC -- workshops -- publicity -- Diversity and Inclusion

Box 174, Folder 15

CSAC -- workshops -- trainers -- Diversity and Inclusion

Scope and Contents note

Resumes.
Box 174, Folder 16

CSAC -- workshops -- trainers -- Diversity and Inclusion

Scope and Contents note

Search for trainer.
Box 174, Folder 17

CSAC -- workshops -- 2000 partnership -- Downes-LeGuin files

Box 175, Folder 1

CSAC -- workshops -- advisory team -- Downes-LeGuin files

General note

See also individual members' correspondence folders.
Box 175, Folder 2

CSAC -- workshops -- advisory team -- Downes-LeGuin files

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence -- Fears, David.
Box 175, Folder 3

CSAC -- workshops -- advisory team -- Downes-LeGuin files

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence -- Gamboa, Harry.
Box 175, Folder 4

CSAC -- workshops -- advisory team -- Downes-LeGuin files

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence -- Higa, Karen.
Box 175, Folder 5

CSAC -- workshops -- advisory team -- Downes-LeGuin files

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence -- Prabhu, Vas.
Box 175, Folder 6

CSAC -- workshops -- advisory team -- Downes-LeGuin files

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence -- Rouse, Terrie S.
Box 175, Folder 7

CSAC -- workshops -- advisory team -- Downes-LeGuin files

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence -- Shapiro, Michael.
Box 175, Folder 8

CSAC -- workshops -- advisory team -- Downes-LeGuin files

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence -- Starr, Lori.
Box 175, Folder 9

CSAC -- workshops -- advisory team -- Downes-LeGuin files 1992 November 6

General note

Meetings. See also Box 180 for audiotapes.
Box 175, Folder 10

CSAC -- workshops -- advisory team -- Downes-LeGuin files 1992 December 14

General note

Meetings. See also Box 180 for audiotapes.
Box 175, Folder 11

CSAC -- workshops -- advisory team -- Downes-LeGuin files 1993 January 14

General note

Meetings. See also Box 180 for audiotapes.
Box 175, Folder 12

CSAC -- workshops -- advisory team -- Downes-LeGuin files

Scope and Contents note

Meetings. Audiotapes missing or meeting may not have been recorded.
Box 175, Folder 13

CSAC -- workshops -- advisory team -- Downes-LeGuin files

General note

Meetings. See also Box 180 for audiotapes.
Box 175, Folder 14

CSAC -- workshops -- advisory team -- Downes-LeGuin files 1993 September 19

Scope and Contents note

Meetings. Audiotapes missing or meeting may not have been recorded.
Box 175, Folder 15

CSAC -- workshops -- advisory team -- Downes-LeGuin files

Scope and Contents note

Meetings. Audiotape List. See Box 180 for audiotapes.
Box 175, Folder 16

CSAC -- workshops -- advisory team -- Downes-LeGuin files

Scope and Contents note

Resumes.
Box 175, Folder 17

CSAC -- workshops -- advisory team -- Downes-LeGuin files

Scope and Contents note

Selection process.
Box 175, Folder 18

CSAC -- workshops -- American Society for Training and Development -- Downes-LeGuin files

Box 175, Folder 19

CSAC -- workshops -- Anti-Defamation League -- Downes-LeGuin files

Box 175, Folder 20

CSAC -- workshops -- articles and offprints (folder 1 of 4) -- Downes-LeGuin files

Scope and Contents note

Caldwell, Hansonia.
Box 175, Folder 21

CSAC -- workshops -- articles and offprints (folder 2 of 4) -- Downes-LeGuin files

Scope and Contents note

Jones, M.O.
Box 175, Folder 22

CSAC -- workshops -- articles and offprints (folder 3 of 4) -- Downes-LeGuin files

Scope and Contents note

Lupien, Julie.
Box 175, Folder 23

CSAC -- workshops -- articles and offprints (folder 4 of 4) -- Downes-LeGuin files

Scope and Contents note

Metcalf, Gene.
Box 175, Folder 24

CSAC -- workshops -- Arts, Inc. -- Downes-LeGuin files

Box 175, Folder 25

CSAC -- workshops -- Artsreach -- Downes-LeGuin files

Box 175, Folder 25

CSAC -- workshops -- bibliographies --Downes-LeGuin files

Box 175, Folder 27

CSAC -- workshops -- budget -- Downes-LeGuin files

Box 175, Folder 28

CSAC -- workshops -- CAFAM brochures -- Downes-LeGuin files

Box 175, Folder 29

CSAC -- workshops -- CAFAM publications subscriptions -- Downes-LeGuin files

Box 175, Folder 30

CSAC -- workshops -- CAFAM staff meetings -- Downes-LeGuin files 1992 June 15 - 1993 March 2

Box 176, Folder 1

CSAC -- workshops -- CAFAM staff memos -- Downes-LeGuin files

Box 176, Folder 2

CSAC -- workshops -- CAFAM staff and trustee lists -- Downes-LeGuin files

Box 176, Folder 3

CSAC -- workshops -- California Institute of the Arts -- Downes-LeGuin files

Box 176, Folder 4

CSAC -- workshops -- College Art Association -- Downes-LeGuin files

Box 176, Folder 5

CSAC -- workshops -- Coro. -- Downes-LeGuin files

Box 176, Folder 6

CSAC -- workshops -- documents -- Downes-LeGuin files

Box 176, Folder 7

CSAC -- workshops -- potential evaluation process -- Downes-LeGuin files

Box 176, Folder 8

CSAC -- workshops -- potential grants -- Downes-LeGuin files

Box 176, Folder 9

CSAC -- workshops -- Institute for Intercultural Communication -- Summer Institute -- Downes-LeGuin files

Scope and Contents note

Attended by Nancy Downes-LeGuin.
Box 176, Folder 10

CSAC -- workshops -- John F. Kennedy University -- Museum Studies Program -- Downes-LeGuin files

Box 176, Folder 11

CSAC -- workshops -- potential locations -- Downes-LeGuin files

Box 176, Folder 12

CSAC -- workshops -- Los Angeles City Board of Human Relations Commissioners -- Downes-LeGuin files

Box 176, Folder 13

CSAC -- workshops -- Los Angeles County Commission on Human Relations -- Downes- LeGuin files

Box 176, Folder 14

CSAC -- workshops -- mailing lists -- Downes-LeGuin files

Box 176, Folder 15

CSAC -- workshops -- miscellaneous diversity programs -- Downes-LeGuin files

Box 176, Folder 16

CSAC -- workshops -- National Advisory Board -- Downes-LeGuin files 1990-1992

Box 176, Folder 17

CSAC -- workshops -- National Advisory Board presentation -- Downes-LeGuin files 1992 November 20

General note

See also audiotape of presentation.
Box 176, Folder 18

CSAC -- workshops -- National Conference of Christians and Jews -- Downes-LeGuin files

Box 176, Folder 19

CSAC -- workshops -- press releases --Downes-LeGuin files

Box 176, Folder 20

CSAC -- workshops -- program coordinator -- Downes-LeGuin files

Scope and Contents note

Interview.
Box 176, Folder 21

CSAC -- workshops -- project descriptions -- Downes-LeGuin files

Box 176, Folder 22

CSAC -- workshops -- schedules -- Downes-LeGuin files

Box 176, Folder 23

CSAC -- workshops -- for teachers (unrealized) -- Downes-LeGuin files

Box 176, Folder 24

CSAC -- workshops -- TengT Enterprises --Downes-LeGuin files

Scope and Contents note

Edith Maureen Fisher Workshop at CLA Conference (1991)-- Joan Benedetti attended.
Box 177, Folder 1

CSAC -- workshops -- trainers -- Downes-LeGuin files

Scope and Contents note

Correspondence with Carmen Tolivar & Larry Dressler.
Box 177, Folder 2

CSAC -- workshops -- trainers -- Downes-LeGuin files

Scope and Contents note

Selection Process.
Box 177, Folder 3

CSAC -- workshops -- trainers -- Downes-LeGuin files

Scope and Contents note

Selection Process. Hagen, Erica.
Box 177, Folder 4

CSAC -- workshops -- trainers -- Downes-LeGuin files

Scope and Contents note

Selection Process. Kumamoto, Alan.
Box 177, Folder 5

CSAC -- workshops -- trainers -- Downes-LeGuin files

Scope and Contents note

Selection Process. Law, Eric.
Box 177, Folder 6

CSAC -- workshops -- trainers -- Downes-LeGuin files

Scope and Contents note

Selection Process. Lazurus, Katherine.
Box 177, Folder 7

CSAC -- workshops -- trainers -- Downes-LeGuin files

Scope and Contents note

Selection Process. Martin, Kim.
Box 177, Folder 8

CSAC -- workshops -- trainers -- Downes-LeGuin files

Scope and Contents note

Selection Process. Miscellaneous Applicants/Potential Candidates.
Box 177, Folder 9

CSAC -- workshops -- trainers -- Downes-LeGuin files

Scope and Contents note

Selection Process. Rowe, Anita.
Box 177, Folder 10

CSAC -- workshops -- UCLA World Arts and Cultures -- Downes-LeGuin files

Box 177, Folder 11

CSAC -- workshops -- United Way Kellogg Training Center -- Downes-LeGuin files

Box 177, Folder 12

CSAC -- workshops -- evaluations implementation 1993 spring

Box 177, Folder 12

CSAC -- workshops -- Western Museums Conference -- Downes-LeGuin files 1991 September

Box 177, Folder 13

CSAC -- workshops -- applicants unable to attend -- Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco

Box 177, Folder 14

CSAC -- workshops -- applicants unable to attend -- Palm Springs Desert Museum

Box 177, Folder 15

CSAC -- workshops -- applicants unable to attend -- Rancho Los Alamitos Historic Ranch

Box 177, Folder 16

CSAC -- workshops -- applicants unable to attend -- Santa Barbara of Art

Box 177, Folder 17

CSAC -- workshops -- implementation

Scope and Contents note

Benedetti -- notes for various tasks throughout workshops.
Box 177, Folder 18

CSAC -- workshops -- D. & I. #1 implementation

Box 177, Folder 19

CSAC -- workshops -- D. & I. #1 implementation -- brochure 1993 spring

Box 177, Folder 20

CSAC -- workshops -- D. & I. #1 implementation -- Day 1 (April 22, 1993) 1993 spring

Box 177, Folder 21

CSAC -- workshops -- D. & I. #1 implementation -- Day 1 (April 22, 1993) Situational Analysis. 1993 spring

Box 177, Folder 22

CSAC -- workshops -- D. & I. #1 implementation -- Day 2 (May 6, 1993) 1993 spring

Box 177, Folder 23

CSAC -- workshops -- D. & I. #1 implementation -- Day 2 (May 6, 1993) --homework debriefing 1993 spring

Box 177, Folder 24

CSAC -- workshops -- D. & I. #1 implementation -- Day 3 (June 10, 1993) -- project summaries 1993 spring

Box 178, Folder 1

CSAC -- workshops -- D. & I. #1 implementation -- information packet and journal 1993 spring

Box 178, Folder 2

CSAC -- workshops -- D. & I. #1 implementation -- photographs

Box 178, Folder 3

CSAC -- workshops -- D. & I. #1 implementation -- waiting list for independent applicants 1993 spring

Box 178, Folder 4

CSAC -- workshops -- D. & I. #2 implementation 1993 Fall

Box 178, Folder 5

CSAC -- workshops -- D. & I. #2 implementation -- brochure 1993 Fall

Box 178, Folder 6

CSAC -- workshops -- D. & I. #2 implementation -- Day 1

Box 178, Folder 7

CSAC -- workshops -- D. & I. #2 implementation -- Day 1 1993 Fall

Box 178, Folder 8

CSAC -- workshops -- D. & I. #2 implementation -- Day 2

Box 178, Folder 9

CSAC -- workshops -- D. & I. #2 implementation -- Gamboa, Harry -- visual materials 1993 Fall

Scope and Contents note

Four videos by Harry Gamboa commissioned for this workshop are located in Series 14.01, Box 373, folders 2 - 5.
Box 178, Folder 10

CSAC -- workshops -- D. & I. #2 implementation -- information packet and journal 1993 Fall

Box 178, Folder 11

CSAC -- workshops -- D. & I. #2 implementation -- waiting list -- applicants unable to attend fall

Box 178, Folder 13

CSAC -- workshops -- evaluations -- implementation -- D. &I. #2 1993 Fall

Box 178, Folder 14

CSAC -- workshops -- evaluations -- implementation -- D. &I. #1 1993 spring

Box 178, Folder 15

CSAC -- workshops -- evaluation forms -- implementation -- D. &I. #1 1993 spring

Box 178, Folder 16

CSAC -- workshops -- evaluations -- implementation -- D. &I. #1 1993 spring

Box 178, Folder 17

CSAC -- workshops -- evaluation forms -- implementation -- D. &I. #2 1993 Fall

Box 178, Folder 18

CSAC -- workshops -- evaluations -- implementation -- D. &I. #2 1993 Fall

Box 178, Folder 19

CSAC -- workshops -- evaluations -- implementation -- D. &I. #2

Box 178, Folder 20

CSAC -- workshops -- evaluations -- implementation -- D. &I. #2 1993 Fall

Box 178, Folder 21

CSAC -- workshops -- handouts -- implementation

Scope and Contents note

Displayed on table.
Box 178, Folder 22

CSAC -- workshops -- handouts -- implementation

Box 178, Folder 23

CSAC -- workshops -- letters of support --implementation

Box 178, Folder 24

CSAC -- workshops -- locations --implementation -- St. Anne's

Box 178, Folder 25

CSAC -- workshops -- participants --implementation

Box 178, Folder 26

CSAC -- workshops -- participants -- implementation -- Arts-in-Corrections

Box 179, Folder 1

CSAC -- workshops -- participants -- implementation -- Craft & Folk Art Museum 1993 spring

Box 179, Folder 2

CSAC -- workshops -- participants -- implementation -- Craft & Folk Art Museum 1993 Fall

Box 179, Folder 3

CSAC -- workshops -- participants -- implementation -- Gene Autry Western Heritage Museum 1993 spring

Box 179, Folder 4

CSAC -- workshops -- participants -- implementation -- Gene Autry Western Heritage Museum 1993 Fall

Box 179, Folder 5

CSAC -- workshops -- participants -- implementation -- Getty Center for Education in the Arts

Scope and Contents note

This team combined with team from J. Paul Getty Museum.
Box 179, Folder 6

CSAC -- workshops -- participants -- implementation -- J. Paul Getty Museum

Scope and Contents note

This team combined with team from Getty Center for Education in the Arts.
Box 179, Folder 7

CSAC -- workshops -- participants -- implementation -- Japanese American National Museum

Box 179, Folder 8

CSAC -- workshops -- participants -- implementation -- Kidspace Museum

Box 179, Folder 9

CSAC -- workshops -- participants -- implementation -- L.A. County Museum of Art #1 1993 spring

Box 179, Folder 10

CSAC -- workshops -- participants -- implementation -- L.A. County Museum of Art #2 1993 Fall

Box 179, Folder 11

CSAC -- workshops -- participants -- implementation -- L.A. Municipal Art Gallery

Box 179, Folder 12

CSAC -- workshops -- participants -- implementation -- L.A. Zoo

Box 179, Folder 13

CSAC -- workshops -- participants -- implementation -- Long Beach Museum of Art

Box 179, Folder 14

CSAC -- workshops -- participants -- implementation Los Angeles Martyr's Memorial and Museum of the Holocaust

Box 179, Folder 15

CSAC -- workshops -- participants -- implementation -- Museum of African American Art

Box 179, Folder 16

CSAC -- workshops -- participants -- implementation -- Museum of Contemporary Art #1 1993 spring

Box 179, Folder 17

CSAC -- workshops -- participants -- implementation -- Museum of Contemporary Art #2 1993 Fall

Box 179, Folder 18

CSAC -- workshops -- participants -- implementation -- Natural History Museum of L.A. County

Box 179, Folder 19

CSAC -- workshops -- participants -- implementation -- Newport Art Museum

Box 179, Folder 20

CSAC -- workshops -- participants -- implementation -- Pacific Asia Museum

Box 179, Folder 21

CSAC -- workshops -- participants -- implementation -- Wight Art Gallery, UCLA

Box 179, Folder 22

CSAC -- workshops -- participants -- implementation -- Wignall Museum and Gallery, Chaffey College

Box 179, Folder 23

CSAC -- workshops -- participants -- implementation -- Will Rogers State Historic Park

Box 179, Folder 24

CSAC -- workshops -- pre-workshop mailings -- implementation

 

18.03 Audiotape Cassettes 1990, 1992 - 1993

Scope and Contents note

This series contains the audiotape cassette recordings that were made of the two CSAC National Advisory Board meetings held December 6 - 8, 1990, and November 19 - 21, 1992, as well as of the meetings (November 6, 1992 - March 18, 1993) of the L.A. Advisory Team, a local advisory group made up of staff from seven area museums formed to help with the planning and evaluation of the "Diversity and Inclusion" workshops. (Two other evaluation meetings of the local Advisory Team were held--June 15 and September 29, 1993--but the tapes for these meetings are either missing or never were made.) A list of the tapes, the meetings they recorded, and their extent is included with the tapes. See Box 169, folders 6 - 10 for "proceedings" (transcripts) of the 1990 National Advisory Board meetings; transcripts were not made of the 1992 National Advisory Board meetings.
Box 180, Folder 1

Center for Advanced Study (later CSAC) -- National Advisory Board meeting no. 1 -- parts 1 and 2 1990 December 6

Scope and Contents note

1 of 7 audiotapes cassettes.
Box 180, Folder 2

Center for Advanced Study (later CSAC) -- National Advisory Board meeting no. 1, Parts #3 and 4 1990 December 6

Scope and Contents note

2 of 7 audiotape cassettes.
Box 180, Folder 3

Center for Advanced Study (later CSAC) -- National Advisory Board meeting no. 2, Parts #1 and 2 1990 December 7

Scope and Contents note

3 of 7 audiotape cassettes.
Box 180, Folder 4

Center for Advanced Study (later CSAC) -- National Advisory Board meeting no. 2, Parts #3 and 4 1990 December 7

Scope and Contents note

4 of 7 audiotape cassettes
Box 180, Folder 5

Center for Advanced Study (later CSAC) -- 1990 National Advisory Board meeting, public forum 1990 December 8

Scope and Contents note

5 of 7 audiotape cassettes, from meeting at 10:00 - 11:30 am.
Box 180, Folder 6

Center for Advanced Study (later CSAC) -- National Advisory Board meeting, public forum 1990 December 8

Scope and Contents note

6 of 7 audiotape cassettes, from meeting at 11:30 - noon.
Box 180, Folder 7

Center for Advanced Study (later CSAC) -- National Advisory Board meeting no. 3, Parts #1 and 2 1990 December 8

Scope and Contents note

7 of 7 audiotape cassettes
Box 180, Folder 8

CSAC -- "Diversity and Inclusion" L.A. Advisory Team meetings 1992 November 6

Scope and Contents note

1 of 8 audiotapes
Box 180, Folder 9

CSAC -- "Diversity and Inclusion" L.A. Advisory Team meetings

Scope and Contents note

2 of 8 audiotapes
Box 180, Folder 10

CSAC -- "Diversity and Inclusion" L.A. Advisory Team meetings 1992 December 14

Scope and Contents note

3 of 8 audiotapes
Box 180, Folder 11

CSAC -- "Diversity and Inclusion" L.A. Advisory Team meetings 1992 December 14

Scope and Contents note

4 of 8 audiotapes
Box 180, Folder 12

CSAC -- "Diversity and Inclusion" L.A. Advisory Team meetings

Scope and Contents note

5 of 8 audiotapes
Box 180, Folder 13

CSAC -- "Diversity and Inclusion" L.A. Advisory Team meetings

Scope and Contents note

6 of 8 audiotapes
Box 180, Folder 14

CSAC -- "Diversity and Inclusion" L.A. Advisory Team meetings 1993 June 15

Scope and Contents note

7 of 8 audiotapes
Box 180, Folder 15

CSAC -- "Diversity and Inclusion" L.A. Advisory Team meetings 1993 June 15

Scope and Contents note

8 of 8 audiotapes
Box 180, Folder 16

CSAC -- 1992 National Advisory Board meeting

Scope and Contents note

1 of 5 audiotapes
Box 180, Folder 17

CSAC -- 1992 National Advisory Board meeting

Scope and Contents note

2 of 5 audiotapes
Box 180, Folder 18

CSAC -- 1992 National Advisory Board meeting 1992 November 20

Scope and Contents note

3 of 5 audiotapes
Box 180, Folder 19

CSAC -- 1992 National Advisory Board meeting 1992 November 20 - 21

Scope and Contents note

4 of 5 audiotapes
Box 180, Folder 20

CSAC -- 1992 National Advisory Board meeting

Scope and Contents note

5 of 5 audiotapes
 

19. Preservation of Ethnic Traditions (P.E.T.) Project

Scope and Contents note

The Preservation of Ethnic Traditions (P.E.T.) Project (originally known as the Community Research Project) was a four-year CAFAM field project (1978 – 1982) to locate and document on audiotape and with 35 mm. color slides, folk artists in the Los Angeles area practicing the traditional arts of their cultural heritage. The project was the idea of CAFAM founder Edith R. Wyle. Each year, a folklorist was hired to coordinate the project. The folklorist- coordinators were Reba Bass (1978-79 and 1979-80), Willow Young (1980-81), and Amy Skillman (1981-82). The Junior League of Los Angeles collaborated during the first two years, providing volunteer fieldworkers and some funding.Training was provided for the fieldworkers by the folklorist-coordinators. 25 individual artists, two artist-couples, and one artist group were documented. The artists documented are as follows: Elva Albert (Cuban Tatting); Nawili Ayo (African American Hair Braiding); Kwasi Badu (Ashanti Drum Making); John Brooks (Hungarian American Apple Doll Making); Larry Cryderman (American Cane and Wicker Furniture Making); Doris Dietiker (Swiss Doll Making); Dusty (American Woodcarving); Guadalupe and Rebecca Gonzalez (Mexican Embroidery); Charitus Hansen (Danish Bobbin Lace Making); Thelma Chizu Hyogo (Japanese Monochrome Ink Painting--Sumi-e); Kinnara Drum Group (Japanese Taiko Dumming and Drum Making); Martha Louise (American Rug Hooking); Lydia Motruk (Ukrainian Ceramics); Dan Nakamura (Japanese Paper Folding--Origami); Tom Nakano (Japanese American Wood and Rock Arrangement); Chitralekha Pal (Indian Bengali Rice Powder Painting--Alpana); Emiliano Pena and Ruben Delgado (Mexican Saddle Making with Silver Decoration); Nivart Piloyan (Armenian Tied Rug Making); Valentina Ryshko [aka Tina Ross] (Russian Puppet Making and Embroidery); Valentina Solo (Ukrainian Doll Making); Hervell Sparks (African American Quilting); Alyce Halliday Stirling (Scottish Tatting); Phyllis Storms (Italian Pulled and Drawn Thread Embroidery); June Take Shuchiku Tanabe (Japanese Tea Ceremony--Sencha); Zenovia Wrzensniewski (Ukrainian Easter Egg Decorating--Pysanka); Pa Yang (H'Mong Applique and Embroidery--Pa Dao); Fahmineh Zand (Persian Illumination); Ksenia Zozula (Ukrainian Embroidery). See Series 19.04, Boxes 185 - 187. At the end of each project year, a one-or two- day public exhibition, called “Work in Progress,” was held in the museum’s downstairs gallery. The artists documented during the project year displayed their work, demonstrated their craft, and engaged in informal discussion with members of the public. (See Series 19.03, Box 188.) In 1982, a videotape documentary was produced—in addition to the audiotape and slide documentation. (See Series 19.02, Boxes 189 - 191.) All of the documentation collected, formerly part of the Edith R. Wyle Research Library, is now with the CAFAM archives at UCLA.
 

19.01 Administrative Files 1978 - 1982

Scope and Contents note

The administrative files of the PET project are arranged alphabetically by topic and then chronologically within each topic. The PET Project was known as the Community Research Project from its inception until 1982; therefore, many documents refer to the project as such. The project followed an academic year (i.e. September to August) rather than a calendar year schedule during the first 2 years. Project Years: September 20, 1978 - April 22, 1979, Reba Bass, coordinator; September 12, 1979 - June 8, 1980, Reba Bass, coordinator; April ?, 1981 - July 19, 1981, Willow Young and Amy Skillman, co-coordinators; April 6, 1982 - August 1, 1982, Amy Skillman, coordinator. At the end of each project year, a one- or two-day Work in Progress public event was staged in the first-floor gallery at CAFAM, during which the artists displayed their work and demonstrated their craft. (See Series 19.03, Work in Progress.) See Junior League files in Education Department Record Group (Box 435, folder 8) and see also Series 2.14 (CAFAM Admin. -- Misc. Files), Box 415, folder 14.
Box 192, Folder 1

Artists lists

Scope and Contents note

Various compiled listings and document inventories of artists including a listing prepared during the arrangement and description of the PET files in 205.
Box 192, Folder 2

Artist agreements and contact information 1979-[1989]

Scope and Contents note

Community Research (later PET) Project. Formal signed agreements and permission filed alphabetically by artist, loose undated contact notes, contact information list dated 4-24-89.
Box 192, Folder 3

Conference paper

Scope and Contents note

Community Research (later PET) Project. 'The Los Angeles Community Research Project of the Craft and Folk Art Museum' presented February 19, 1982, UCLA 'Aesthetic Expressions in the City' symposium.
Box 192, Folder 4

Course material 1981 -1982

Scope and Contents note

Community Research (later PET) Project. The most comprehensive collection of course material found was assembled for the 1981 project year, the first year the project was offered to students at UCLA. Includes the 1981 'Guidebook'.
Box 192, Folder 5

Forms

Scope and Contents note

Various undated forms and form letters.
Box 192, Folder 6

Fundraising

Scope and Contents note

Letters and funding applications dated from 9/29/1978 to 9/19/1984. This is not a record of grants received. It is an incomplete record consisting of appeals and, in some instances, simply application procedural information sent from the funding body.
Box 192, Folder 7

General 1978 April - 1979 [May]

Scope and Contents note

Community Research (later PET) Project. External correspondence; dated and undated internal memorandums and informal notes; dated and undated project notes, outlines, schedules, course materials and research participant reports.
Box 192, Folder 8

General 1979 June -1980 December

Scope and Contents note

Community Research (later PET) Project. External correspondence; dated and undated internal memorandums and informal notes; dated and undated project notes, outlines, schedules, course materials and research participant reports.
Box 192, Folder 9

General

Scope and Contents note

Community Research (later PET) Project. External correspondence; dated and undated internal memorandums and informal notes; dated and undated project notes, outlines, schedules, course materials and research participant reports.
Box 192, Folder 10

General 1982 January-December

Scope and Contents note

Preserving Ethnic Traditions Project. External correspondence; dated and undated internal memorandums and informal notes; dated and undated project notes, outlines, schedules, course materials, research participant reports, artist lists.
Box 193, Folder 1

General 1983 January -1986 December

Scope and Contents note

Preserving Ethnic Traditions Project. External correspondence; dated and undated internal memorandums and informal notes; project history, project materials, artist lists.
Box 193, Folder 2

Museum Affairs Committee meeting

Scope and Contents note

Outline of the 'Preservation of Ethnic Traditions Project' for presentation to the Museum Affairs Council including notes and background material.
Box 193, Folder 3

Project history

Scope and Contents note

History of the PET Project prepared by Michelle Arens during processing, arrangement, and description in 2005.
Box 193, Folder 4

Reference materials

Scope and Contents note

Community Research (later PET) Project. Articles and bibliographies.
Box 193, Folder 5

Work in progress

Scope and Contents note

Community Research (later PET) Project. Invitations, brochures, press material and clippings, dated and undated notes and correspondence.
Box 193, Folder 6

Works in progress 1980

Scope and Contents note

Community Research (later PET) Project. Invitations, brochures, press material and clippings, dated and undated notes and correspondence.
Box 193, Folder 7

Works in progress 1981

Scope and Contents note

Community Research (later PET) Project. Invitations, brochures, press material and clippings, dated and undated notes and correspondence.
Box 193, Folder 8

Works in progress

Scope and Contents note

Preservation of Ethnic Traditions Project. Invitations, brochures, press material and clippings, dated and undated notes and correspondence.
Box 193, Folder 9

Workshops 1982 July 27-August 4

Scope and Contents note

Schedule and informal notes of workshops organized with the CAFAM Education Unit and held prior to, during, and following the 1982 WIP 2-day exhibition.
 

19.02 Videotape Interviews 1982

Scope and Contents note

In 1982 videotaped interviews were conducted of the six artist-participants. (This was in addition to the audiotaped interviews and slide documentation.) The ¾" videotapes were shot by Patrick McCarthy and Amy Skillman. The interviews, with additional footage of introductory inserts featuring CAFAM Program Director Edith Wyle, were edited to produce a documentary entitled “Craftsmen in Los Angeles and Southern California.” The ¾", 2-channel sound master and converted VHS tape of this documentary are housed here. The artists featured on the videotape are Dusty (American woodcarving); Charitus Hansen (Danish Bobbin Lacemaking); Kwasi Badu (Ashanti Drum Making); Valentina Ryshko (Russian Puppet Making); Valentina Solo (Ukrainian Doll Making); and Pa Yang (Hmong Applique and Embroidery).
Box 189, Folder 1

Videotape 1 -- interview -- Dusty Tape 1

Scope and Contents note

Camera master.
Box 189, Folder 2

Videotape 2 -- interview -- Dusty Tape 2

Scope and Contents note

Camera master.
Box 189, Folder 3

Videotape 3 -- interview -- End Dusty Tape 3 and Kwasi Badu Tape 1

Scope and Contents note

Camera master.
Box 189, Folder 4

Videotape 4 -- interview -- Kwasi Badu Tape 5

Scope and Contents note

Camera master.
Box 189, Folder 5

Videotape 5 -- interview -- Kwasi Badu Tape 2

Scope and Contents note

Camera master.
Box 189, Folder 6

Videotape 6 -- interview -- Kwasi Badu Tape 4

Scope and Contents note

Camera master.
Box 190, Folder 1

Videotape 7 -- interview -- Kwasi Badu Tape 3

Scope and Contents note

Camera master.
Box 190, Folder 2

Videotape 8 -- interview -- Charitus Hansen Tape 1

Scope and Contents note

Camera master (case missing).
Box 190, Folder 3

Videotape 9 -- introductory inserts -- Edith Wyle

Scope and Contents note

Camera master.
Box 190, Folder 4

Videotape 10 -- interview -- Valentina Solo Tape 1

Scope and Contents note

Camera master.
Box 190, Folder 5

Videotape 11 -- interview -- Valentina Solo Tape 2

Scope and Contents note

Camera master.
Box 190, Folder 6

Videotape 12 -- interview -- Dan Nakamura tape 1

Scope and Contents note

Camera master.
Box 191, Folder 1

Videotape 13 -- interview -- Dan Nakamura tape 2

Scope and Contents note

Camera master.
Box 191, Folder 2

Videotape 14 -- interview -- End Dan Nakamura tape 3; End Kwasi Badu Tape 6

Scope and Contents note

Camera master.
Box 191, Folder 3

Master ¾" videotape: Craftsmen in Los Angeles and in Southern California.

Box 191, Folder 4

Videotape 16 -- interview -- Pa Yang tape 1

Scope and Contents note

Camera master.
Box 191, Folder 5

Videotape 17 -- interview

Scope and Contents note

Camera master.
Box 191, Folder 6

VHS videotape: Craftsmen in Los Angeles and in Southern California.

Box 191, Folder 7

Videotape sessions lists 1982

Box 191, Folder 8

Art Show 1982

Scope and Contents note

"Work in Progress" weekend exhibition/demonstrations?
 

19.03 Work in Progress 1979 - 1982

Scope and Contents note

At the end of each P.E.T. Project year, a one- or two-day Work in Progress (WIP) public exhibition event was staged in the first-floor gallery at CAFAM, during which the artists displayed their work and demonstrated their craft. Notebooks concerning each year's WIP exhibition were compiled and are included here. WIP notebooks contain color slides and/or b & w photographs, the invitation, and the brochure for that year’s Work in Progress event. See also Box 193, folders 5 - 9.
Box 188, Folder 1

Work in Progress notebook 1979 April 22

Scope and Contents note

Artists participants: Ruben Delgado, Guadalupe and Rebecca Gonzalez, Charitus Hansen, Martha Louise, Pal Chitralekha, Valentina Ryshko, and Hervell Sparks. 46 indexed and labeled color slides plus 40 duplicates 18 3x5 b/w photographs; 1 8x10 b & w photograph with transparency; 1 WIP invitation; 1 WIP 8- page brochure
Box 188, Folder 2

Work in Progress notebook 1980 June 7 and 8

Scope and Contents note

Artist participants: Nawili Ayo, Larry Cryderman, Olive and Vincent Guerrero, Kinnara Drum Group, Tom Nakano, Nivart Piloyan, Julia Slapelis, Phyllis Storms, Alyce Halliday Stirling, and Ksenia Zozula. (1 of 2) 92 indexed and labeled color slides plus 108 duplicates and extras; 73 3x5 b/w photographs with negatives; 12 3x5 color photographs with negatives and contact sheet; 2 WIP invitations; 2 WIP 5-page brochures.
Box 188, Folder 3

Work in Progress notebook

Scope and Contents note

Artist participants: Nawili Ayo, Larry Cryderman, Olive and Vincent Guerrero, Kinnara Drum Group, Tom Nakano, Nivart Piloyan, Julia Slapelis, Phyllis Storms, Alyce Halliday Stirling, and Ksenia Zozula. (2 of 2) 92 indexed and labeled color slides plus 108 duplicates and extras; 73 3x5 b/w photographs with negatives; 12 3x5 color photographs with negatives and contact sheet; 2 WIP invitations; 2 WIP 5-page brochures.
Box 188, Folder 4

Work in Progress notebook 1981 July 18-19

Scope and Contents note

Artist participants: Elva Albert, John Brooks, Doris Dietiker, Dusty, Thelma Chizu Hyogo, Lydia Motruk, June Take Shunchiku Tanabe, Zenovia Wrzesniewski, and Fahimeh Zand. 27 labeled and 13 unlabeled color slides; 3 WIP invitations; 2 WIP 8-page brochures; 1 WIP flyer.
Box 188, Folder 5

Work in Progress notebook 1982 July 31 and August 1

Scope and Contents note

Artist participants: Kwasi Badu, Dusty, Charitus Hansen, Dan Nakamura, Valentina Solo, and Pa Yang. 35 unlabeled slides plus 1 duplicate; b/w negatives and contact sheet; 3 WIP 14-page unbound invitation/brochure; 2 with mailing envelopes.
 

19.04 Artist Notebooks 1979 - 1982

Scope and Contents note

28 Artist Notebooks, consisting of the Preservation of Ethnic Traditions (PET) Project documentation, are filed here in alphabetical order by artists’ surnames. They contain materials on 25 individual artists, two artist-couples, and one artist group. The Artist Notebook is the primary receptacle for the documentation gathered on each artist. Ideally, each notebook was to hold (1) the interviewer's report containing biographical information on the artist and background information on the craft and ethnic tradition of the artist, notes on the interview itself, and recommendations for further exploration; (2) the interview on audiotape cassette and a transcript of the interview; (3) a bibliography and photocopies of related materials about the artist and/or the artist's craft; and (4) slides and photographs of the artist at work. While some of the notebooks contain all these elements, one artist notebook contains, for example, only the information from the Work in Progress exhibition brochure. Most notebook contents fall somewhere in between. Each artist, artist-couple, or artist group has an individual notebook, except for silversmith, Ruben Delgado, whose documentation is included with that of saddlemaker, Emiliano Pena. (Delgado did the silverwork applied to Pena's saddles.) Three artists--Tom Nakano, Hervell Sparks, and Alyce Halliday Stirling—originally had no notebooks. When photographs of Sparks and an audiocassette for Stirling were discovered in February/March 2005, notebooks were created for these three artists to hold the found material with additional original or photocopied information. Notebook titles and dates are based on title pages.
Box 181, Folder 1

Elva Albert 1981 April-July

Scope and Contents note

Cuban Tatting.
Box 181, Folder 2

Nawili Ayo

Scope and Contents note

African American Hair Braiding.
Box 181, Folder 3

Kwasi Badu 1982

Scope and Contents note

Ashanti Drum making.
Box 181, Folder 4

John Brooks 1981 June

Scope and Contents note

Hungarian American Apple Dollmaking.
Box 181, Folder 5

Larry Cryderman

Scope and Contents note

American Cane and Wicker Furniture Making.
Box 182, Folder 1

Doris Dietiker

Scope and Contents note

Swiss Doll Making.
Box 182, Folder 2

Dusty 1981 June and 1982 April-July

Scope and Contents note

American Woodcarving.
Box 182, Folder 3

Guadalupe and Rebecca Gonzalez 1981 February

Scope and Contents note

Mexican Embroidery.
Box 182, Folder 5

Charitus Hansen

Scope and Contents note

Danish Bobbin Lace Making.
Box 182, Folder 6

Thelma Chizu Hyogo

Scope and Contents note

Japanese Monochrome Ink Painting (Sumi-e).
Box 183, Folder 1

Kinnara Drum Group

Scope and Contents note

Japanese Taiko Drumming and Drum Making.
Box 183, Folder 2

Martha Louise

Scope and Contents note

American Rug Hooking.
Box 183, Folder 3

Lydia Motruk

Scope and Contents note

Ukrainian Ceramics.
Box 183, Folder 4

Dan Nakamura 1981

Scope and Contents note

Japanese Paper Folding (Origami).
Box 183, Folder 5

Tom Nakano 1980

Scope and Contents note

Japanese American Wood and Rock Arrangement. (Notebook compiled in 2005 from materials found in archives.)
Box 184, Folder 1

Chitralekha Pal

Scope and Contents note

Indian Bengali Rice Powder Painting (Alpana).
Box 184, Folder 2

Emiliano Pena and Ruben Delgado

Scope and Contents note

Mexican Saddle Making and Silver Decoration.
Box 184, Folder 3

Nivart Piloyan

Scope and Contents note

Armenian Tied Rug Making.
Box 185, Folder 1

Valentina Ryshko (aka Tina Ross)

Scope and Contents note

Russian Puppet Making and Embroidery.
Box 185, Folder 2

Julija Slapelis 1982

Scope and Contents note

Lithuanian weaving.
Box 185, Folder 3

Valentina Solo 1982 April-July

Scope and Contents note

Ukrainian Doll Making.
Box 186, Folder 1

Hervell Sparks

Scope and Contents note

African American Quilting. (Notebook compiled in 2005 from materials found in archives.)
Box 186, Folder 2

Alyce Halliday Stirling

Scope and Contents note

Scottish Tatting. (Notebook compiled in 2005 from materials found in archives.)
Box 186, Folder 3

Phyllis Storms

Scope and Contents note

Italian Pulled and Drawn Thread Embroidery.
Box 186, Folder 4

June Take Shuchiku Tanabe 1981 July

Scope and Contents note

Japanese Tea Ceremony (Sencha).
Box 186, Folder 5

Zenovia Wrzensniewski 1981 May 20, 1981 June 3

Scope and Contents note

Ukrainian Easter Egg Decorating (Pysanka).
Box 187, Folder 1

Pa Yang

Scope and Contents note

Hmong Appliqué and Embroidery (Pa Dao).
Box 187, Folder 2

Fahmineh Zand 1981 April-July

Scope and Contents note

Persian Illumination.
Box 187, Folder 3

Ksenia Zozula 1980 June 7

Scope and Contents note

Ukrainian Embroidery.
 

20. Edith R. Wyle CAFAM Home Files

Scope and Contents note

These correspondence and note files were kept by Edith R. Wyle at her home and were given to UCLA for the CAFAM archives by her family after Wyle’s death in 1999. Although the correspondence here is somewhat more personal than the files that she kept at her office in the museum when she was CAFAM's Program Director, it is all relevant to CAFAM business. See also CAFAM Administrative and Special Events Record Group -- Edith R. Wyle Correspondence (1970 – 1984). These home files contain documents related to the whole history of CAFAM and The Egg and The Eye Gallery. Although Wyle was active on the CAFAM board after her retirement in 1984, she no longer kept an office at CAFAM, so these home files became the primary repository for her post-retirement CAFAM-related papers. See also CAFAM Administrative and Special Events Record Group -- Administrative Files A-Z – People Associated with CAFAM: Wyle, Edith R. See also various Wyle files in Board of Trustees Record Group.
 

20.01 Topical Files 1965 - 1998

Scope and Contents note

Arranged roughly alphabetically by topic and then chronologically within each topic. Although there is a good deal of duplication here with files in other record groups (see especially Series 2.02, Edith R. Wyle [ERW] Correspondence, Box 25, folder 15 - Box 27, folder 12), these home files contain some items not available anywhere else in the CAFAM archives.
Box 422, Folder 1

Acquisitions Committee 1985 - 1997

Scope and Contents note

This was a board committee. See also Series 5.03, Board of Trustees Committee files.
Box 422, Folder 2

American Association of Museums -- evaluation

Box 422, Folder 3

Associates -- trip to Vancouver, Victoria, Hazelton, 'Ksan 1981

Box 422, Folder 4

Associates -- trip to San Antonio

Box 422, Folder 5

Associates -- trip to Atlanta, Savannah, Beaufort, Charleston 1983

Box 422, Folder 6

Associates --Trip to Santa Fe

Box 422, Folder 7

Associates -- trip to Seattle 1986

Box 422, Folder 8

Associates -- day in L.A.

Box 422, Folder 9

Associates -- trip to Kentucky 1987

Box 422, Folder 10

Associates -- trip to North Carolina

Box 422, Folder 11

Associates -- trip to Nova Scotia 1991

Box 422, Folder 12

Associates -- trip to Philadelphia and Guadalajara (postponed)

Box 422, Folder 13

Associates - trip to San Francisco 1995

Box 422, Folder 14

Associates - trip to Arkansas

Box 422, Folder 15

Associates Steering Committee 1986 - 1995

General note

See also Series 2.07, Associates files.
Box 422, Folder 16

American Women for International Understanding 1995

Box 423, Folder 1

Board of Trustees 1975, 1977, 1978, 1980

Box 423, Folder 2

Board of Trustees

Box 423, Folder 3

Board of Trustees -- general 1990

Box 423, Folder 4

Board of Trustees -- Mission Statement Committee

Box 423, Folder 5

Board of Trustees -- retreat 1990

Box 423, Folder 6

Board of Trustees

Box 423, Folder 7

Board of Trustees 1996 January - April

Box 423, Folder 8

Board of Trustees

Box 423, Folder 9

Board of Trustees 1997

Box 423, Folder 10

Board of Trustees

Box 423, Folder 11

Board of Trustees -- roster 1995 November 7

Box 423, Folder 12

Center for the Study of Art and Culture (CSAC) -- general

Scope and Contents note

Wyle participated in all of the CSAC Advisory Board meetings in 1990 and 1992.
Box 423, Folder 13

Center for the Study of Art and Culture (CSAC) -- advisory board meeting #1 1990

Box 424, Folder 1

Center for the Study of Art and Culture (CSAC) -- advisory board meeting #1 -- transcript 1990

Box 424, Folder 2

Center for the Study of Art and Culture (CSAC) -- advisory board meeting #2 1992

Box 424, Folder 3

Center for the Study of Art and Culture (CSAC) -- workshops -- "Diversity and Inclusion: Making It Happen in Your Museum" 1993

Box 424, Folder 4

City of Los Angeles Cultural Affairs Department -- Folk and Traditional Arts Program -- merge with CAFAM 1998

Box 424, Folder 5

City of Los Angeles Cultural Affairs Department --Folk and Traditional Arts Program -- Living Roots Festival 1998

Box 424, Folder 6

Development 1987 - 1993

Box 424, Folder 7

Education programs 1976, 1978, 1986, 1991, 1992

Box 424, Folder 8

The Egg and The Eye Association -- newsletter 1970

General note

See also Series 1.01, The Egg and The Eye Gallery.
Box 424, Folder 9

The Egg and The Eye Gallery

Box 424, Folder 10

The Egg and The Eye -- shareholders -- annual meeting 1968 June 24

Box 425, Folder 1

Egg and The Eye Cultural Center -- Board of Directors

Box 425, Folder 2

The Egg and The Eye -- newspaper 1967 - 1974

General note

See also Series 1.01, The Egg and The Eye Gallery.
Box 425, Folder 3

Festival of Masks -- parade

Scope and Contents note

This was the first manifestation of the Festival of Masks; the following year it became a full-fledged festival in Hancock Park, across Wilshire Boulevard from CAFAM.
Box 425, Folder 4

Festival of Masks 1977

Box 425, Folder 5

Festival of Masks 1980

Box 425, Folder 6

Festival of Masks 1981

Box 425, Folder 7

Festival of Masks

Box 425, Folder 8

Festival of Masks 1984

Scope and Contents note

Because the 1984 Festival of Masks (held in July in conjunction with the Olympic Arts Festival) included international performers, it was called the International Festival of Masks. The 1984 file also includes some documentation of "Masks in Motion," a CAFAM exhibition held in conjunction with the 1984 Festival.
Box 425, Folder 9

Festival of Masks 1986

Box 425, Folder 10

Festival of Masks 1988

Box 425, Folder 11

Festival of Masks

Box 425, Folder 12

Festival of Masks 1991

Box 425, Folder 13

Festival of Masks

Box 425, Folder 14

Festival of Masks 1993

Box 425, Folder 15

Festival of Masks

Box 425, Folder 16

Festival of Masks 1995

Box 425, Folder 17

Festival of Masks

Scope and Contents note

The 1996 Festival was cancelled.
Box 425, Folder 18

Festival of Masks -- Newsletter 1982 - 1983

Box 426, Folder 1

Fiberworks Center for the Textile Arts -- Symposium on Contemporary Textile Art 1978 May 12 - 14

Scope and Contents note

Edith Wyle was a participant on a panel at this symposium.
Box 426, Folder 2

Folk Art Council 1985, 1986, 1987, 1995

Box 426, Folder 3

Foundations 1987

Box 426, Folder 4

CAFAM Homecoming

Scope and Contents note

This was a weekend of celebrations when the museum reopened in its renovated facilities that merged 5800 and 5814 Wilshire Blvd. in 1995.
Box 426, Folder 5

CAFAM Homecoming -- Peter Shire Commemorative Tile 1995 May 12 - 14

Box 426, Folder 6

Ela, Patrick H. -- writings 1980, 1982

Box 426, Folder 7

Board of trustees -- Program Committee 1986 - 1990, 1997

Scope and Contents note

A board committee chaired by Edith Wyle.
Box 426, Folder 8

General

Box 426, Folder 9

[Exhibitions] Aegean Crossroads: Greek Island Embroideries 1984

Scope and Contents note

Co-curated by James Trilling (Textile Museum) and Edith Wyle. Installation design by Wyle.
Box 426, Folder 10

[Exhibitions] American Porcelain: New Expressions in an Ancient Art 1982

Box 426, Folder 11

[Exhibitions] The Art of the Dark Crystal 1982

Box 426, Folder 12

[Exhibitions] Artists Mask Invitational

Scope and Contents note

Curated and designed by Wyle and Sharon Emanuelli, this exhibition was also a silent auction. 96 masks by 81 established artists were displayed.
Box 426, Folder 13

[Exhibitions] Celebrity Collectors/Folk Art from the CAFAM permanent collection 1991

Scope and Contents note

Exhibition held at the Patina Restaurant.
Box 426, Folder 14

[Exhibitions] Close Packing and Cracking: An Exhibition of Works by Bradley r. Miller 1978

Box 426, Folder 15

[Exhibitions] Decorative Arts of Contemporary Nigeria

Scope and Contents note

Installation design by Wyle.
Box 426, Folder 16

[Exhibitions] Devils, Demons, and Dragons 1976

Scope and Contents note

This exhibition was curated by Edith Wyle.
Box 426, Folder 17

[Exhibitions] Dress Codes: Urban Folk Fashion 1993

Box 426, Folder 18

[Exhibitions] The Dyer's Art: Ikat, Batik, Plangi 1978

Scope and Contents note

Curated by Jack Lenor Larsen. Wyle was the installation designer.
Box 426, Folder 19

[Exhibitions] Exhibition of Stringed Musical Instruments

Box 426, Folder 20

[Exhibitions] Greek Folk Costumes from the Collection of the Peloponnesian Folklore Foundation 1996

Box 426, Folder 21

[Exhibitions] Guardians of Happiness: A Shamanistic Approach to Korean Folk Art 1982

Scope and Contents note

Co-curated by Horay Zozayong and Edith Wyle.
Box 426, Folder 22

[Exhibitions] Handmade in Nepal 1983

Scope and Contents note

Installation design by Edith Wyle.
Box 426, Folder 23

[Exhibitions] Indian Folk and Tribal Art

Scope and Contents note

Wyle assisted in the installation design along with the curators, Haku Shah and Jan Steward.
Box 426, Folder 24

[Exhibitions] J.B. Blunk: Sculptures, 1952 - 1977

Box 426, Folder 25

[Exhibitions] Malibu Tile 1980

Box 427, Folder 1

[Exhibitions] Museum for a New Century

Box 427, Folder 2

[Exhibitions] Palms and Pomegranates: Traditional Dress of Saudi Arabia 1988

Box 427, Folder 3

[Exhibitions] Puzzles Old and New: Headcrackers, Patience Provers, and Other Tactile Teasers 1986

Box 427, Folder 4

[Exhibitions] Romanian Folk Textiles 1978

Box 427, Folder 5

[Exhibitions] Seasons of Content 1985

Box 427, Folder 6

[Exhibitions] Swedish Folk Art: All Tradition is Change

Box 427, Folder 7

[Exhibitions] Wind and Weathervanes 1976

Box 427, Folder 8

Festival Primavera

Scope and Contents note

Joan Mondale (Mrs. Fritz Mondale, wife of the Vice-President of the United States) was the honoree.
Box 427, Folder 9

Festival Primavera

Scope and Contents note

Morton Winston, CAFAM Chairman of the Board, was the honoree.
Box 427, Folder 10

Festival Primavera

Scope and Contents note

Isamu Noguchi and David MacEachron were the honorees.
Box 427, Folder 11

Festival Primavera

Scope and Contents note

Terry and Dennis Stanfil were the honorees.
Box 427, Folder 12

Festival Primavera 1982

Scope and Contents note

Dickinson C. Ross and Minn Soo Park were the honorees.
Box 427, Folder 13

Festival Primavera

Scope and Contents note

No honoree. Guests were asked to come as an object from a past CAFAM exhibition.
Box 427, Folder 14

Festival Primavera

Scope and Contents note

Dr. Franklin Murphy was the honoree.
Box 427, Folder 15

Festival Primavera 1987

Scope and Contents note

Laura Anderson, Bernard Kester, and Sam Maloof were the honorees.
Box 427, Folder 16

Festival Primavera

Scope and Contents note

Jack Lenor Larsen was the honoree.
Box 427, Folder 17

Festival Primavera 1991

Scope and Contents note

No honoree. The theme was a cabaret, Americans in Paris.
Box 427, Folder 18

Festival Primavera 1993

Scope and Contents note

Celebration of CAFAM's 20th anniversary. (CAFAM received its nonprofit status from the IRS in 1973.)
Box 428, Folder 1

Gallery 3

Scope and Contents note

Gallery 3 was a gallery and shop of contemporary craft located in Santa Monica Place, the Frank Gehry-designed shopping mall. It was occupied by CAFAM for just one year, October 2, 1980 - September 30, 1981. Gallery 3 was so named because the galleries in the original building at 5814 Wilshire were Galleries 1 (downstairs) and 2 (upstairs). The mall developers gave the space to CAFAM, but they could not afford to maintain it, and it was closed after one year. Six contemporary craft exhibitions were mounted there.
Box 428, Folder 2

Membership brochures

Box 428, Folder 3

Projects: Language of Objects -- proposal to the National Endowment for the Humanities ca. 1991

Scope and Contents note

The NEH proposal was declined; however, the Language of Objects project was funded by the California Arts Council and the Getty Trust.
Box 428, Folder 4

Publicity

Box 428, Folder 5

Publicity 1977 - 1978

Box 428, Folder 6

Publicity

Box 428, Folder 7

Publicity 1980

Box 428, Folder 8

Publicity

Box 428, Folder 9

Publicity 1983

Box 428, Folder 10

Publicity

Box 428, Folder 11

Publicity 1986

Box 428, Folder 12

Publicity

Box 428, Folder 13

Publicity 1989

Box 428, Folder 14

Publicity

Box 428, Folder 15

Publicity 1991

Box 428, Folder 16

Publicity

Box 428, Folder 17

Publicity 1993

Box 428, Folder 18

Publicity

Box 428, Folder 19

Publicity 1997

Box 428, Folder 20

Publicity -- Carolyn Campbell

Box 428, Folder 21

Publicity photos of Edith R. Wyle 1971 - ca. 1989

General note

See also Series 14.05, AV Materials -- Photographs.
Box 428, Folder 22

Restaurant 1986

Box 428, Folder 23

Research library

General note

See also Record Group 17, Edith R. Wyle Research Library.
Box 429, Folder 1

Rosters -- CAFAM Board of Trustees

Box 429, Folder 2

Rosters -- CAFAM staff 1981 - 1993

Box 429, Folder 3

Rosters -- CAFAM CSAC [National] Advisory Board

Box 429, Folder 4

Rosters -- CAFAM Associates 1982 - 1987

Scope and Contents note

Members of the CAFAM Associates group were "higher-end" members, many of whom were board members. See also Series 2.07, Associates Files.
Box 429, Folder 5

Roster -- Folk Art Council

Box 429, Folder 6

Rosters -- miscellaneous (non-CAFAM) 1986? - 1992

Box 429, Folder 7

Special events -- "At the Wiltern"

Scope and Contents note

This was a wearable art fashion show.
Box 429, Folder 8

Special events -- dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fonda 1980 December 7

Box 429, Folder 9

Special events -- Egypt Today

Scope and Contents note

Featured a visit from Mrs. Anwar (Jehan) Sadat to the Craft and Folk Art Museum. Includes handwritten text of speech made by Edith Wyle in presenting Torrey Pines basket to Mme. Sadat.
Box 429, Folder 10

Special events -- Japan Today 1979

Box 429, Folder 11

Special events -- Scandinavia Today 1983

Scope and Contents note

Featured visits from royal families and officials from Scandinavian countries.
Box 429, Folder 12

Special events -- "Wearable Works of Art" 1983 April 10

Box 429, Folder 13

CAFAM support groups

Box 429, Folder 14

CAFAM history 1985

Box 429, Folder 15

California Institute of the Arts -- "Fox and the Hounds" premiere

Scope and Contents note

Edith Wyle was a member of the CalArts board of trustees; the Disney premiere was a benefit for CalArts.
Box 429, Folder 16

Class -- "Origins of Creativity" -- Chris Donnen -- Edith Wyle's notes

Box 429, Folder 17

Class -- conservation of art -- Dr. Feilden

Box 430, Folder 1

Craft International 1986

Scope and Contents note

Rose Slivka, who was Craft International's editor (and long-time editor of the ACC's Craft Horizons), was a good friend of Edith Wyle's.
Box 430, Folder 2

Helen L. Allen Textile Collection (U. of Wisconsin) 1985

Box 430, Folder 3

National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) -- International Exhibitions Panel 1984

Box 430, Folder 4

National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) and National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) 1978, 1981

Box 430, Folder 5

National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) -- Visual Arts program/Crafts 1980 - 1981

Box 430, Folder 6

National Endowment for the Arts (NEA), UCLA and CAFAM Symposium 1982

Box 430, Folder 7

Southern California Designer Craftsmen

Scope and Contents note

See separate SCDC archives at UCLA. The SCDC archives were given to the CAFAM Research Library; when the CAFAM archives went to UCLA Special Collections, the SCDC archives were included and they were processed as a separate collection.
Box 430, Folder 8

World Crafts Council correspondence 1971 - 1983, 1988?

Scope and Contents note

Edith and Frank Wyle attended many of the WCC meetings.
Box 430, Folder 9

World Crafts Council USA -- board meetings 1972, 1974

Box 430, Folder 10

World Crafts Council USA -- board meetings

Box 430, Folder 11

World Crafts Council USA -- annual report 1975

Box 430, Folder 12

World Crafts Council USA -- board meetings

Box 430, Folder 13

World Crafts Council -- annual report 1985

Box 430, Folder 14

World Crafts Council -- conference -- Peru

Box 430, Folder 15

World Crafts Council -- conference -- Dublin 1970

Box 430, Folder 16

World Crafts Council -- conference -- Toronto -- preliminary materials 1974

Box 431, Folder 1

World Crafts Council -- conference -- Toronto 1974

Box 431, Folder 2

World Crafts Council -- conference -- Mexico

Box 431, Folder 3

World Crafts Council -- conference -- Kyoto 1978

Box 431, Folder 4

World Crafts Council -- conference -- Vienna

Box 431, Folder 5

World Crafts Council -- conference -- Sydney 1988

 

20.02 Correspondence, Speeches, and Interviews 1974 -1994

Scope and Contents note

Arranged alphabetically by name of correspondent and then chronologically. These letters are to and from people associated one way or another with CAFAM, but with whom, for the most part, Wyle had a more personal relationship. They are sorted only roughly by year, and many letters are undated. See also Edith R. Wyle Correspondence series in CAFAM Administrative and Special Events Record Group (Boxes 25 - 27). See also Series 14.05, Box 477, folders 1 and 2, for photographs of Wyle's paintings.
Box 431, Folder 6

Correspondence -- Personal

Scope and Contents note

Although the original file folder was marked "Personal," these notes and letters are all relevant to CAFAM.
Box 431, Folder 7

Correspondence 1974 - 1975

Box 431, Folder 8

Edith Wyle Desk Diary

Scope and Contents note

This is the only formal desk diary in the collection.
Box 431, Folder 9

Correspondence

Box 431, Folder 10

Correspondence 1980

Box 431, Folder 11

Correspondence

Box 432, Folder 1

Correspondence

Box 432, Folder 2

Correspondence 1983

Box 432, Folder 3

Correspondence

Box 432, Folder 4

Correspondence -- retirement 1984 - 1985

Scope and Contents note

The 1985 annual CAFAM fundraising dinner (May 4), held at the restaurant, Max au Triangle, was dedicated to Edith Wyle on the occasion of her retirement. Many of the letters refer to it. For more details on the event, see also Annual Fundraiser series in the Development record group.
Box 432, Folder 5

Correspondence

Box 432, Folder 6

Correspondence 1990

Box 432, Folder 7

Correspondence

Box 432, Folder 8

Correspondence 1996 - 1998

Box 432, Folder 9

Correspondence -- Paul Kusserow

Box 432, Folder 10

Correspondence -- Martha Drexler Lynn 1997

Box 432, Folder 11

Correspondence -- CAFAM closing

Box 432, Folder 12

Testimonials and thank yous 1981 - 1986

Box 432, Folder 13

Correspondence -- Africa

Scope and Contents note

These are letters from Edith Wyle to John Browse concerning her trip to Africa, which included a visit with Browse's family in Nairobi.
Box 432, Folder 14

Correspondence -- Israel 1972

Scope and Contents note

This letter is to John Browse concerning travel to Israel and a continuation of her trip to Africa.
Box 432, Folder 15

Correspondence -- Robert Singer 1970, 1978, 1983

Scope and Contents note

Includes negatives of images taken of Shuji Hamada (by Robert Singer or the Wyles?) in July 1970.
Box 432, Folder 16

Correspondence -- Anita Williams

Scope and Contents note

Anita Williams was one of the original shareholders in The Egg and The Eye Gallery.
Box 432, Folder 17

Correspondence -- Concerning Aileen Osborn Vanderbilt Webb

Scope and Contents note

Aileen Webb was the founder of the American Craft Council. She died in August 1979. Edith Wyle met her on several occasions (including Webb's visit to CAFAM in February 1978) and Webb was an influential figure for her. See also World Craft Council files.
Box 432, Folder 18

Correspondence -- Beatrice Wood 1979 - 1992

Scope and Contents note

Beatrice Wood was a long-time friend of both Edith and Frank Wyle; Frank Wyle's parents lived in Ojai and were friends of Wood. In 1990 CAFAM exhibited Wood's figurative sculpture in the CAFAM gallery at the May Company.
Box 432, Folder 19

Interviews with Edith Wyle

Box 432, Folder 20

History of CAFAM written by Edith Wyle 1998?

Scope and Contents note

Handwritten in a spiral-bound "stenographic" notebook; it is undated, but seems to have been written sometime after the decision to sell the permanent collection.
Box 432, Folder 21

CAFAM Premise and Wheel by Edith Wyle

Scope and Contents note

The "Museum Premise" is a one-page explanation of the vision for the Craft and Folk Art Museum written by Edith Wyle; it explains why the vision can only be communicated graphically, through the use of a wheel. The wheel was created by Wyle to show the relationship of all of the activities of the museum, centering on the hub of the wheel, which are the exhibitions. Copies of her premise and wheel were often given out to staff and board and others in an effort to explain CAFAM's mission and programming.
Box 433, Folder 1

Articles by and about Edith Wyle

Box 433, Folder 2

Awards given to Edith Wyle 1978, 1986

Box 433, Folder 3

Speeches by Edith Wyle -- dated

Box 433, Folder 4

Speeches by Edith Wyle -- undated undated

Box 433, Folder 5

Research for speeches

Box 433, Folder 6

Correspondence regarding speeches 1975 - 1991

Box 433, Folder 7

Edith Wyle's 1973 travel to Japan

Box 433, Folder 8

Edith Wyle's 1973 travel to Japan -- transcript of tape recording made by Edith Wyle in Japan 1973

Scope and Contents note

Transcript of a recording made by Edith Wyle May 16 - 19, 1973 while in Japan; describes her meetings with Shoji Hamada and others.
Box 433, Folder 9

CAFAM -- articles and histories

Box 433, Folder 10

Notes on craft and folk art -- undated undated

Scope and Contents note

Some of these notes are in Edith Wyle's handwriting, but it is not clear if some of the printed (or typed?) materials are Edith Wyle's writings or if they are copied from other sources; some may be notes for speeches.
Box 433, Folder 11

Articles on art, folk art, and crafts filed by Edith Wyle (folder 1 of 2)

Box 433, Folder 12

Articles on art, folk art, and crafts filed by Edith Wyle (folder 2 of 2)

Box 433, Folder 13

Articles on Los Angeles' ethnic communities filed by Edith Wyle

 

21. CAFAM Personnel

Scope and Contents note

Responsibility for personnel matters at CAFAM shifted over time. Originally part of the duties of the Administrative Director, the personnel files were later kept in the Controller’s Office. This is primarily what is in this record group. All matters of a confidential nature have been destroyed. Milt Thomas assisted with personnel issues during his tenure (1989 - 1997) as an Executive Volunteer. (See also CAFAM Administrative and Special Events Record Group – Milt Thomas Files.)
 

21.01 General/Administrative 1979 - 1996

Scope and Contents note

These files are arranged alphabetically by topic. For some additional files related to personnel matters, see also CAFAM Administrative and Special Events Record Group -- Milt Thomas Files (Box 56, folder 11 - Box 59).
Box 403, Folder 9

Accessibility

Box 403, Folder 10

Accident procedures

Box 403, Folder 11

Artistic personnel -- payment policy undated

Box 403, Folder 12

California Association of Museums (CAM)

Scope and Contents note

For several years, CAM was given office space at CAFAM for its Executive Director, but they were not related organizationally.
Box 403, Folder 13

Community services policy

Box 403, Folder 14

Employee handbook

Box 403, Folder 15

Employee memos and directives 1980, 1985, 1986, 1989

Box 403, Folder 16

Employee rosters

Box 403, Folder 17

Internship programs -- Arts Inc. 1990 - 1991

Box 403, Folder 18

Job descriptions -- compilations

Box 403, Folder 19

Job descriptions and considerations -- administrative positions 1982 - 1997

Box 403, Folder 20

Job descriptions and considerations -- administrative positions -- bookkeeper 1980

Box 403, Folder 21

Job descriptions and considerations -- administrative positions -- controller 1985, 1987

Box 403, Folder 22

Job descriptions and considerations -- administrative positions -- receptionist/admissions clerk 1983 - 1995, 1996

Box 403, Folder 23

Job descriptions and considerations -- administrative positions -- secretary to the director (or assistant to the director) 1982 - 1989

Box 403, Folder 24

Job descriptions and considerations -- AV coordinator 1980

Box 403, Folder 25

Job descriptions and considerations -- curatorial/exhibition coordinator 1987

Box 403, Folder 26

Job descriptions and considerations -- development assistant

Box 403, Folder 27

Job descriptions and considerations -- development officer 1989 - 1990

Box 403, Folder 28

Job descriptions and considerations -- administrative director

Box 403, Folder 29

Job descriptions and considerations -- museum educator/education curator 1980 - 1991

Box 403, Folder 30

Job descriptions and considerations -- Festival of Masks coordinator 1979

Box 403, Folder 31

Job descriptions and considerations -- film programs director 1979

Box 403, Folder 32

Job descriptions and considerations -- museum librarian 1979, 1996

Box 403, Folder 33

Job descriptions and considerations -- preparator 1979 - 1984

Box 404, Folder 1

Job descriptions and considerations -- program aide

Box 404, Folder 2

Job descriptions and considerations -- publicist/public relations/special events director 1979, 1995

Box 404, Folder 3

Job descriptions and considerations -- registrar 1979, 1984, 1996

Box 404, Folder 4

Job descriptions and considerations -- security undated

Box 404, Folder 5

Job descriptions and considerations -- shop assistant manager

Box 404, Folder 6

Job descriptions and considerations -- shop assistant sales manager 1979

Box 404, Folder 7

Job descriptions and considerations -- shop manager 1979, 1996

Box 404, Folder 8

Organization charts 1979, 1987

Box 404, Folder 9

Performance appraisal process [unrealized]

Box 404, Folder 10

Retirement plan 1992, 1994

Box 404, Folder 11

Salary surveys

Box 404, Folder 12

Severance policy undated

Box 404, Folder 13

Staff -- postcards

Box 404, Folder 14

Staff -- parties and events 1978 - 1996

Box 404, Folder 15

Staff -- photographs

Scope and Contents note

For more images of staff, see AV Materials, Series 14.04 (Slides) and Series 14.05 (Photographs).
Box 404, Folder 16

Team exhibition development

Scope and Contents note

An effort coordinated by Marcia Page, Director of Team Exhibition Development, to plan exhibitions with a team approach that included heads of all departments involved with exhibition development and programming.
Box 404, Folder 17

Time cards and monthly attendance reports -- samples undated

Box 404, Folder 18

U.S. Department of the Treasury IRS Form W4/W4A -- sample 1982

 

21.02 Staff Files 1997

Scope and Contents note

Arranged alphabetically by surnames of former CAFAM staff. All matters of a confidential nature have been destroyed. These files are not complete; i.e., they don't include files on all persons who ever worked at the museum, only those included in the personnel files that were preserved when the museum closed temporarily at the end of 1997. Some individuals were promoted and/or had position title changes during their tenure at CAFAM and this is not necessarily reflected in these records. The position title listed on the folder label is the last known position title. See also CAFAM Administrative and Special Events Record Group -- Last Months before Closing (Box 48, folders 17 - 24).
Box 404, Folder 19

Ahrends, Sue -- publicist undated

Box 404, Folder 20

Allen, James W. -- facilities

Box 404, Folder 21

Arens, Michelle -- library assistant undated

Box 404, Folder 22

Avalos, Lisa -- grant writer

Box 404, Folder 23

Baertschi, Isabelle -- membership coordinator undated

Box 404, Folder 24

Barnai, Suzanne -- unknown

Box 404, Folder 25

Barton, Susan M. -- shop assistant undated

Box 404, Folder 26

Benedetti, Joan M. -- museum librarian

Scope and Contents note

Benedetti worked for the museum from 1976 - 1997.
Box 404, Folder 27

Bergin, Catherine (Katie) -- Festival of Masks assistant coordinator undated

Box 404, Folder 28

Blass, Dorothy -- administrative assistant undated

Box 404, Folder 29

Branch, Rochelle -- director of public programs undated

Box 404, Folder 30

Casillas, Jorje -- preparator/custodian

Box 404, Folder 31

Chang, Phyllis -- museum educator undated

Box 404, Folder 32

Colton, Aileen Cyril -- volunteer coordinator

Box 404, Folder 33

Cullman, Sally Margaret -- membership coordinator undated

Box 404, Folder 34

David, Ziona -- accountant

Box 404, Folder 35

Day, Carol De Runtz -- shop manager undated

Box 404, Folder 36

Downes-Le Guin, Nancy -- CSAC public programs coordinator

Box 404, Folder 37

Ela, Patrick H. -- executive director undated

Box 404, Folder 38

Emanuelli, Sharon K. (Shan) -- senior curator

Box 404, Folder 39

Evans-Pritchard, Deirdre -- Language of Objects project guest curator undated

Box 404, Folder 40

Eve, Charlotte -- office manager undated

Box 404, Folder 41

Farina, Maria -- administrative assistant undated

Box 404, Folder 42

Fenton, Charlene -- receptionist and clerk

Box 404, Folder 43

Ferguson, Kim -- assistant director of development undated

Box 404, Folder 44

Fister, Nancy -- museum educator

Box 404, Folder 45

Frank, Paula -- development assistant undated

Box 404, Folder 46

Fulton, Carol -- exhibition designer and chief preparator

Box 404, Folder 47

Furuta, Lydia -- Language of Objects project administrative assistant undated

Box 405, Folder 1

Goldberg, Gail Diane -- gallery aide and volunteer coordinator undated

Box 405, Folder 2

Gonick, Gloria -- curator undated

Box 405, Folder 3

Gore, Heather -- publicist

Box 405, Folder 4

Green, Joyce Renee -- unknown undated

Box 405, Folder 5

Green, Nina -- publicist

Box 405, Folder 6

Hakimpour-Rhodius, Sheri -- controller undated

Box 405, Folder 7

Harari, Frida -- security

Box 405, Folder 8

Hart, Richard K. -- preparator undated

Box 405, Folder 9

Heath, Margo -- shop assistant

Box 405, Folder 10

Hopkins, Henrietta -- administrative assistant undated

Box 405, Folder 11

Hurst, Brenda -- secretary to the director

Box 405, Folder 12

Jackson, Louise M. -- researcher and grant writer undated

Box 405, Folder 13

Jung, Carolyn Ann -- unknown

Box 405, Folder 14

Kalb, Laurie Beth -- curator undated

Box 405, Folder 15

Kebede, Merat -- secretary to the director

Box 405, Folder 16

Kendall, Nancy -- volunteer coordinator undated

Box 405, Folder 17

Knoll, Teri A. -- special programs coordinator

Scope and Contents note

Teri was also the Festival of Masks Coordinator for several years.
Box 405, Folder 18

Kusserow, Paul -- director

Box 405, Folder 19

Le Normand, Nancee -- museum educator

Box 405, Folder 20

Litsey, Kim -- director of development undated

Box 405, Folder 21

Lucas, John -- administrative assistant

Box 405, Folder 22

Lynn, Martha Drexler -- curator undated

Box 405, Folder 23

Mack, Linwood -- security

Box 405, Folder 24

Malaya, Rose Marie -- development assistant undated

Box 405, Folder 25

Mallory, Sarah Blaine -- publicist

Box 405, Folder 26

Marcus, Janet -- education curator undated

Box 405, Folder 27

May, Laurie Donovan -- secretary to directors

Box 405, Folder 28

Mbanefo, Ike -- security undated

Box 405, Folder 29

McCarthy, Patrick -- preparator/videographer

Box 405, Folder 30

Miao, Jean -- publicist undated

Box 405, Folder 31

Monroe, Elizabeth -- development assistant

Box 405, Folder 32

Morley, Anne R. -- newsletter editor undated

Box 405, Folder 33

Munoz, Karla -- administrative assistant

Box 405, Folder 34

Musicant, Marlyn R. -- membership coordinator undated

Box 405, Folder 35

Nix, Paula -- unknown

Box 405, Folder 36

Ozeki, Luriko Patricia -- public programs coordinator undated

Box 405, Folder 37

Pacifici, Tamara -- assistant registrar

Box 405, Folder 38

Page, Marcia -- director of team exhibition development undated

Box 405, Folder 39

Paley, Aaron -- Festival of Masks parade coordinator

Box 405, Folder 40

Purvey, Delpheen -- receptionist and clerk undated

Box 405, Folder 41

Robbins, Ann -- shop manager

Box 405, Folder 42

Rona, Lisi -- administrative assistant undated

Box 405, Folder 43

Savitt, Richard Lewis -- preparator/maintenance

Box 405, Folder 44

Scott-Erdman, Catherine (Scotty) -- volunteer coordinator undated

Scope and Contents note

Scott-Erdman also worked with the docents during 1997.
Box 405, Folder 45

Shishmanian, Sally -- shop manager undated

Box 405, Folder 46

Sirkus, Sue -- director of development

Box 405, Folder 47

Skinner, Susan E. -- assistant shop manager

Box 405, Folder 48

Talley, Regan -- receptionist undated

Box 405, Folder 49

Tallon-Blanchard, Patricia (Tricia) -- secretary to directors

Box 405, Folder 50

Teitelbaum, Ruth -- bookkeeper for the shop undated

Box 405, Folder 51

Teitelman, Judith -- director of development

Box 405, Folder 52

Thompson, Ambre Plummer -- administrative assistant undated

Box 405, Folder 53

Torrico, Joaquin (Timoteo) -- preparator/custodian

Box 405, Folder 54

Trippett, Lorraine -- controller undated

Scope and Contents note

Lorraine Trippett worked for the museum from 1977 - 1997.
Box 405, Folder 55

Tuttle, Therese -- gallery aide

Box 405, Folder 56

Venzal, Martin -- shop assistant undated

Box 405, Folder 57

Wakeman, Denise -- director of media relations

Box 405, Folder 58

Watson, Pamela -- receptionist undated

Box 405, Folder 59

Waxler, Scott -- administrative assistant

Box 405, Folder 60

Wyle, Edith R. -- founder/director emeritus undated

Box 405, Folder 61

Young, Willow --Festival of Masks director/exhibitions coordinator undated

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