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Box 84, Folder 6

Wayne & Plone V. Employers Insurance - 259. 1987 Feb 17.

Box 84, Folder 7

Wayne & Plone V. Employers Insurance - 260. 1987 Feb, Mar.

Box 84, Folder 8

Wayne & Plone V. Employers Insurance - 261. 1980, 1983, 1987.

Box 85, Folder 1

Wayne & Plone V. Employers Insurance - 262. 1987.

Box 85, Folder 2

Wayne & Plone V. Employers Insurance - 263. 1987 Feb 10.

Box 85, Folder 3

C. Goodman V. Commercial Union Assurance - 01. 1971, 1979, 1980-1982, 1984, 1985.

Box 85, Folder 8

Wayne & Plone V. Employers Insurance - 264. 1983 Dec 29.

Box 87, Folder 5

Wayne & Plone V. Employers Insurance - 265. 1982 May.

Box 89, Folder 4

Wayne & Plone V. Employers Insurance - 266. 1982, 1983, 1986, 1987.

Box 89, Folder 9

Wayne & Plone V. Employers Insurance - 267. 1974, 1978, 1987.

Box 89, Folder 10

Wayne & Plone V. Employers Insurance - 268. 1987.

Box 89, Folder 11

Wayne & Plone V. Employers Insurance - 269. 1987 Apr 1.

Box 89, Folder 12

Wayne & Plone V. Employers Insurance - 270. 1987 Mar-Apr.

Box 89, Folder 13

Wayne & Plone V. Employers Insurance - 271. 1987 Mar-Apr.

Box 89, Folder 14

Wayne & Plone V. Employers Insurance - 272. 1987 Mar.

Box 89, Folder 15

Wayne & Plone V. Employers Insurance - 273. 1981, 1986, 1987.

Box 92, Folder 1

Wayne & Plone V. Employers Insurance - 274. 1982, 1983, 1987.

Box 92, Folder 2

Wayne & Plone V. Employers Insurance - 275. 1987 Feb.

Box 92, Folder 3

Wayne & Plone V. Employers Insurance - 276. 1987.

Box 92, Folder 4

Wayne & Plone V. Employers Insurance - 277. 1987 Jan.

Box 92, Folder 5

Wayne & Plone V. Employers Insurance - 278. 1974, 1977, 1978, 1980-1983, 1987.

Box 92, Folder 6

Wayne & Plone V. Employers Insurance - 278. 1974, 1981-1983.

Box 92, Folder 7

Wayne & Plone V. Employers Insurance - 279. 1987.

Box 92, Folder 8

Wayne & Plone V. Employers Insurance - 280. 1987.

Box 92, Folder 9

Wayne & Plone V. Employers Insurance - 281. 1987.

Box 92, Folder 10

Wayne & Plone V. Employers Insurance - 282. 1986.

Box 92, Folder 11

Wayne & Plone V. Employers Insurance - 283. 1986.

Box 92, Folder 12

Wayne & Plone V. Employers Insurance - 284. 1986.

Box 92, Folder 13

Wayne & Plone V. Employers Insurance - 285. 1979-1981.

Box 92, Folder 14

Wayne & Plone V. Employers Insurance - 286. 1986 Oct-Nov.

Box 93, Folder 1

Wayne & Plone V. Employers Insurance - 287. 1986 Oct- Nov.

Box 93, Folder 2

Wayne & Plone V. Employers Insurance - 288. 1986 Sept-Oct.

Box 93, Folder 3

Wayne & Plone V. Employers Insurance - 289. 1986 Aug-Sept.

Box 93, Folder 4

Wayne & Plone V. Employers Insurance - 290. 1974-1978, 1981, 1982, 1986.

Box 93, Folder 5

Wayne & Plone V. Employers Insurance - 291. 1986 Apr, July.

Box 93, Folder 6

Wayne & Plone V. Employers Insurance - 292. 1974-1982, 1985, 1986.

Box 93, Folder 7

Wayne & Plone V. Employers Insurance - 293. 1980, 1981, 1985.

Box 93, Folder 8

Wayne & Plone V. Employers Insurance - 294. 1985 Apr-June.

Box 93, Folder 9

Wayne & Plone V. Employers Insurance - 295. 1985 Feb-Apr.

Box 93, Folder 10

Wayne & Plone V. Employers Insurance - 296. 1973, 1979, 1984, 1985.

Box 94, Folder 3

Wayne & Plone V. Employers Insurance - 297. 1984, 1987.

Box 94, Folder 10

Wayne & Plone V. Employers Insurance - 298. 1987 June 24.

Box 95, Folder 1

Wayne & Plone V. Employers Insurance - 299. 1987 June 23.

Box 95, Folder 2

Wayne & Plone V. Employers Insurance - 300. 1987 June 9.

Box 95, Folder 3

Wayne & Plone V. Employers Insurance - 301. 1987 June 8.

Box 104, Folder 4

Wayne & Plone V. Employers Insurance - 213. 1973-1987.

Box 104, Folder 5

Wayne & Plone V. Employers Insurance - 257. 1974, 1979, 1987.

 

Case 83636.

Box 55, Folder 10

Tamarind Litho. Workshop V. Terry Sanders - 01. 1974, 1978, 1979, 1983, 1985.

Box 55, Folder 11

Tamarind Litho. Workshop V. Terry Sanders - 02. 1977-1979, 1985.

Box 71, Folder 9

Tamarind Litho. Workshop V. Terry Sanders - 03. 1983, 1988.

Box 72, Folder 9

Tamarind Litho. Workshop V. Terry Sanders - 04. 1977, 1984.

Box 74, Folder 5

Tamarind Litho. Workshop V. Terry Sanders - 05. 1982.

Box 75, Folder 1

Tamarind Litho. Workshop V. Terry Sanders - 06. 1971-1982.

Box 75, Folder 2

Tamarind Litho. Workshop V. Terry Sanders - 07. 1969-1982.

Box 75, Folder 3

Tamarind Litho. Workshop V. Terry Sanders - 08. 1959-1982.

Box 75, Folder 5

Tamarind Litho. Workshop V. Terry Sanders - 09. 1977, 1983.

Box 77, Folder 5

Tamarind Litho. Workshop V. Terry Sanders - 10. 1977 Apr 20.

Box 77, Folder 6

Tamarind Litho. Workshop V. Terry Sanders - 11. 1974 Jul 10.

Box 77, Folder 8

Tamarind Litho. Workshop V. Terry Sanders - 12. 1977 May-June.

Box 77, Folder 9

Tamarind Litho. Workshop V. Terry Sanders - 13. 1977 May-June.

Box 78, Folder 1

Tamarind Litho. Workshop V. Terry Sanders - 14. 977 June 3.

Box 78, Folder 2

Tamarind Litho. Workshop V. Terry Sanders - 15. 1977 June 6-7.

Box 78, Folder 3

Tamarind Litho. Workshop V. Terry Sanders - 16. 1977 June 8.

Box 78, Folder 4

Tamarind Litho. Workshop V. Terry Sanders - 17. 1977 June 8-9.

Box 78, Folder 5

Tamarind Litho. Workshop V. Terry Sanders - 18. 1977 June.

Box 78, Folder 6

Tamarind Litho. Workshop V. Terry Sanders - 19. 1977 June 15-17.

Box 78, Folder 7

Tamarind Litho. Workshop V. Terry Sanders - 20. 1977 June 27-29.

Box 79, Folder 4

Tamarind Litho. Workshop V. Terry Sanders - 21. 1968-1982.

Box 79, Folder 5

Tamarind Litho. Workshop V. Terry Sanders - 22. 1971-1982.

Box 80, Folder 1

Tamarind Litho. Workshop V. Terry Sanders - 23. 1968-1982.

Box 80, Folder 2

Tamarind Litho. Workshop V. Terry Sanders - 24. 1959-1982.

Box 80, Folder 4

Tamarind Litho. Workshop V. Terry Sanders - 25. 1977 June 27-29.

Box 80, Folder 5

Tamarind Litho. Workshop V. Terry Sanders - 26. 1977 June 15-17.

Box 81, Folder 1

Tamarind Litho. Workshop V. Terry Sanders - 27. 1977 June 8-9.

Box 81, Folder 2

Tamarind Litho. Workshop V. Terry Sanders - 28. 1977 June.

Box 81, Folder 3

Tamarind Litho. Workshop V. Terry Sanders - 29. 1977 May-June.

Box 85, Folder 5

Tamarind V. Sanders, Wayne/Remittitur File CSH. 1977-1981, 1983.

Box 85, Folder 6

[Tamarind V. Sanders - Appeal]. 1978, 1979, 1983.

Box 85, Folder 7

[Tamarind V. Sanders - Appeal]. 1969, 1977, 1978, 1980-1983.

Box 86, Folder 1

Tamarind Litho. Workshop V. Terry Sanders - 30. 1983 Nov-Dec.

Box 86, Folder 2

Tamarind Litho. Workshop V. Terry Sanders - 31. 1975, 1978-1980, 1983.

Box 86, Folder 3

Tamarind Litho. Workshop V. Terry Sanders - 32. 1977, 1978, 1980, 1981, 1983.

Box 86, Folder 4

Tamarind Litho. Workshop V. Terry Sanders - 33. 1983.

Box 86, Folder 5

Tamarind Litho. Workshop V. Terry Sanders - 34. 1978, 1979, 1983.

Box 86, Folder 6

Tamarind Litho. Workshop V. Terry Sanders - 35. 1983.

Box 86, Folder 8

Tamarind Litho. Workshop V. Terry Sanders - 36. 1975, 1983.

Box 86, Folder 11

Tamarind Litho. Workshop V. Terry Sanders - 37. 1983 Apr.

Box 86, Folder 13

Tamarind Litho. Workshop V. Terry Sanders - 38. 1982 Dec 7, ca. 1983.

Box 86, Folder 15

Tamarind Litho. Workshop V. Terry Sanders - 39. 1969, 1981, 1982.

Box 87, Folder 2

Tamarind Litho. Workshop V. Terry Sanders - 40. 1982 June 29.

Box 87, Folder 4

Tamarind Litho. Workshop V. Terry Sanders - 41. 1982 June 2, 8.

Box 87, Folder 9

Tamarind Litho. Workshop V. Terry Sanders - 42. 1980, 1981.

Box 88, Folder 6

Tamarind Litho. Workshop V. Terry Sanders - 43. 1978 Sept-Dec.

Box 88, Folder 8

Tamarind Litho. Workshop V. Terry Sanders - 44. 1978 Sept 5-6, 25.

Box 88, Folder 13

Tamarind Litho. Workshop V. Terry Sanders - 45. 1978 Mar 20-21.

Box 88, Folder 14

Tamarind Litho. Workshop V. Terry Sanders - 46. 1977 Sept-Dec.

Box 88, Folder 15

Tamarind Litho. Workshop V. Terry Sanders - 47. 1977.

Box 88, Folder 16

Tamarind Litho. Workshop V. Terry Sanders - 48. 1977 Aug.

Box 88, Folder 17

Tamarind Litho. Workshop V. Terry Sanders - 49. 1977 July-Aug.

Box 88, Folder 18

Tamarind Litho. Workshop V. Terry Sanders - 50. 1977.

Box 88, Folder 19

Tamarind Litho. Workshop V. Terry Sanders - 51. 1977 Mar-Apr.

Box 88, Folder 20

Tamarind Litho. Workshop V. Terry Sanders - 52. 1977 Mar.

Box 89, Folder 1

Tamarind Litho. Workshop V. Terry Sanders - 53. 1974, 1977.

Box 89, Folder 2

Tamarind Litho. Workshop V. Terry Sanders - 54. 1977 Feb-Mar.

Box 89, Folder 3

Tamarind Litho. Workshop V. Terry Sanders - 55. 1974, 1976, 1977.

Box 89, Folder 6

Tamarind Litho. Workshop V. Terry Sanders - 56. 1975 Nov-Dec.

Box 89, Folder 8

Tamarind Litho. Workshop V. Terry Sanders - 57. 1969, 1975.

Box 90, Folder 5

Tamarind Litho. Workshop V. Terry Sanders - 58. 1976, 1977.

Box 90, Folder 7

Tamarind Litho. Workshop V. Terry Sanders - 59. 1976.

Box 90, Folder 9

Tamarind Litho. Workshop V. Terry Sanders - 60. 1976 Sept 20.

Box 90, Folder 11

Tamarind Litho. Workshop V. Terry Sanders - 61. 1975, 1976.

Box 90, Folder 13

Tamarind Litho. Workshop V. Terry Sanders - 62. 1976 May.

Box 90, Folder 15

Tamarind Litho. Workshop V. Terry Sanders - 63. 1975, 1976.

Box 90, Folder 17

Tamarind Litho. Workshop V. Terry Sanders - 64. 1976 Mar-Apr.

Box 90, Folder 18

Tamarind Litho. Workshop V. Terry Sanders - 65. 1973, 1974, 1976.

Box 90, Folder 19

Tamarind Litho. Workshop V. Terry Sanders - 66. 1970, 1973-1975.

Box 91, Folder 1

Tamarind Litho. Workshop V. Terry Sanders - 67. 1975 June.

Box 91, Folder 2

Tamarind Litho. Workshop V. Terry Sanders - 68. 1973, 1975.

Box 91, Folder 3

Tamarind Litho. Workshop V. Terry Sanders - 69. 1973-1975.

Box 91, Folder 5

Tamarind Litho. Workshop V. Terry Sanders - 70. 1975 Jan-Feb.

Box 91, Folder 6

Tamarind Litho. Workshop V. Terry Sanders - 71. 1973-1975.

Box 91, Folder 7

Tamarind Litho. Workshop V. Terry Sanders - 72. 1973, 1974.

Box 91, Folder 9

Tamarind Litho. Workshop V. Terry Sanders - 73. 1974 July.

Box 91, Folder 10

Tamarind Litho. Workshop V. Terry Sanders - 74. 1974 July 24.

Box 91, Folder 11

Tamarind Litho. Workshop V. Terry Sanders - 75. 1973, 1974.

Box 95, Folder 4

Tamarind Litho. Workshop V. Terry Sanders - 76. 1983 Nov 10, Dec 28.

Box 95, Folder 5

Tamarind Litho. Workshop V. Terry Sanders - 77. 1983 Nov 10, Dec 28.

 

Case 984923.

Box 93, Folder 11

Supporting documents for Court Cases- 01. 1970-1974.

Box 93, Folder 12

Supporting documents for Court Cases- 02. 1965, 1968-1974, 1977.

 

CV 84-3206-AHS (PX).

Box 85, Folder 4

T. Sanders V. Commercial Union Insurance - 01. 1983, 1984.

Box 86, Folder 10

T. Sanders V. Commercial Union Insurance - 02. no date.

 

CV-78-7570.

Box 90, Folder 3

Wayne V. Tamarind Litho. & Univ New Mexico. ca. 1978.

 

CV-79-08144.

Box 90, Folder 1

Sanders V. Tamarind and Univ. New Mexico - 01. 1977-1980.

Box 91, Folder 8

Sanders V. Tamarind and Univ. New Mexico - 02. 1974 Dec 28.

 

David Alkire's Notes/Correspondence.

Box 98, Folder 2

TAMARIND V. GREENBERG Correspondence. 1973-1977.

Box 35, Folder 1

Transcript-1969 w/C. Smith, J. Wayne & T. Sanders. 1969, 1974.

Scope and Content Note

Transcript of two taped conversations that took place on1969 April 16 between Clifford Smith (Director of Education) and Terry Sanders (film maker); and Wayne with Terry Sanders; includes photocopy of letter of certification signed by transcriber, Catherine Barrett (1974 May 30.)
Box 94, Folder 1

Sanders' documents Produced 1974 (?). 1969, 1970, 1973-1975, 1977.

Box 94, Folder 2

Comprehensive Commercial Policy for Wayne. 1974.

Box 94, Folder 4

Docs. Produced by Wayne (to Bonelli, Wood). 1983, 1984.

Box 94, Folder 5

Claim Technical Manual. 1981, 1984.

Box 94, Folder 6

Claim Technical Manual. 1981, 1984, 1987.

Box 94, Folder 7

Prod. By Lumbermens. 1983.

Box 94, Folder 8

Supporting documents for Court Cases- 03. 1969, 1970, 1973, 1977, 1980, 1981.

Box 94, Folder 9

Insurance [Package] June Tamarind. 1971-1974, 1979.

Box 98, Folder 1

Allan Greenberg's Notes. 1973 Feb, Apr.

Box 98, Folder 5

Greenberg, Allan 2-113 22 May 67 - 29 Sept. 72. 1967-1972.

Box 98, Folder 6

Greenberg, Allan 2-114 22 Jan 64- 25 Dec 66. 1964-1966.

Box 98, Folder 7

Greenberg Correspondence. 1969-1977, 1979, no date.

Box 98, Folder 8

Robert Sinclair report on costs to make 4 Stones. 1969, 1973, no date.

Box 104, Folder 6

Docs. Produced by Wayne (to Bonelli, Wood). 1978, 1984.

Box 104, Folder 7

Supporting documents for Court Cases- 03. 1964, 1965, 1968-1974, no date.

Box 98, Folder 11

File G - 1. 1970-1973.

Box 98, Folder 12

File G - 2. 1970, 1972, 1973.

Box 99, Folder 1

File G - 2. 1970, 1972, 1973.

Box 99, Folder 2

File G - 2. 1970, 1972, 1973, no date.

Box 99, Folder 3

File G - 2. 1970, no date.

Box 99, Folder 4

Misc. Legal Documents & Notes, Correspondence. 1969, 1978, 1979, 1981, 1983-1985, 1987.

Box 99, Folder 5

Misc. Legal Documents & Notes, Correspondence. 1978.

Box 99, Folder 6

Misc. Legal Documents & Notes, Correspondence. 1976, 1977, no date.

Box 99, Folder 7

Misc. Legal Documents & Notes, Correspondence. 1976.

Box 99, Folder 8

Misc. Legal Documents & Notes, Correspondence. 1974-1976.

Box 99, Folder 9

Misc. Legal Documents & Notes, Correspondence. 1974, 1976-1981.

Box 99, Folder 10

Misc. Legal Documents & Notes, Correspondence. 1974, 1976-1978.

Box 100, Folder 1

Misc. Legal Documents & Notes, Correspondence. 1974.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Cecily Back
Box 100, Folder 2

Misc. Legal Documents & Notes, Correspondence. 1970, 1973-1975.

Box 100, Folder 3

Misc. Legal Documents & Notes, Correspondence. 1959, 1973, 1974.

Box 100, Folder 4

Misc. Legal Documents & Notes, Correspondence. 1970-1974.

Box 100, Folder 5

Misc. Legal Documents & Notes, Correspondence. 1970-1973.

Box 100, Folder 6

Misc. Legal Documents & Notes, Correspondence. 1972.

Box 100, Folder 7

Tamarind Lithography Workshop V. Terry Sanders. 1977, 1978, no date.

Box 100, Folder 8

Tamarind Lithography Workshop V. Terry Sanders. 1977.

Box 100, Folder 9

Tamarind Lithography Workshop V. Terry Sanders. 1977.

Box 100, Folder 10

Tamarind Lithography Workshop V. Terry Sanders. 1975, 1977.

Box 100, Folder 11

Tamarind Lithography Workshop V. Terry Sanders. 1975.

Box 101, Folder 1

Tamarind Lithography Workshop V. Terry Sanders. 1974, 1975.

Box 101, Folder 2

Tamarind Lithography Workshop V. Terry Sanders. 1974.

Box 101, Folder 3

Tamarind Lithography Workshop V. Terry Sanders. 1973, 1974.

Box 101, Folder 4

Terry Sanders Documents: 1974 - 1986. 1962-1966, 1968-1974, no date.

Box 101, Folder 5

Terry Sanders Documents: 1974 - 1986. 1971-1974, 1986, no date.

Box 101, Folder 6

Terry Sanders Documents: 1974 - 1986. 1977-1979, 1985, 1986,.

Box 101, Folder 7

Terry Sanders Documents: 1974 - 1986. 1983-1985.

Box 101, Folder 8

Terry Sanders Documents: 1974 - 1986. 1983.

Box 101, Folder 9

Terry Sanders Documents: 1974 - 1986. 1977-1979, 1983.

Box 102, Folder 1

Terry Sanders Documents: 1974 - 1986. 1982, 1983.

Box 102, Folder 2

Terry Sanders Documents: 1974 - 1986. 1981, 1982.

Box 102, Folder 3

Terry Sanders Documents: 1974 - 1986. 1977, 1978, 1980-1982.

Box 102, Folder 4

Terry Sanders Documents: 1974 - 1986. 1977.

Box 102, Folder 5

Terry Sanders Documents: 1974 - 1986. 1977.

Box 102, Folder 6

Terry Sanders Documents: 1974 - 1986. 1977 June 3.

Box 102, Folder 7

Terry Sanders Documents: 1974 - 1986. 1977 May, June; 1978 Mar.

Box 102, Folder 8

Terry Sanders Documents: 1974 - 1986. 1977 May, June; 1978 Mar.

Box 103, Folder 1

Terry Sanders Documents: 1974 - 1986. 1974.

Box 103, Folder 2

Terry Sanders Documents: 1974 - 1986. 1973, 1974.

Box 103, Folder 3

Terry Sanders Documents: 1974 - 1986. 1973, 1974.

Box 103, Folder 4

Terry Sanders Documents: 1974 - 1986. 1960-1964, 1970-1974, 1975-1978, no date.

Box 103, Folder 5

Terry Sanders Documents: 1974 - 1986. 1972-1976.

Box 103, Folder 6

Terry Sanders Documents: 1974 - 1986. 1968, 1969, 1973, 1974.

Box 103, Folder 7

Terry Sanders Documents: 1974 - 1986. 1973, 1974.

Box 103, Folder 8

Terry Sanders Documents/Cork Festival. 1974.

Box 103, Folder 9

Terry Sanders Documents: 1974-1986. 1959, 1970-1978, 1980.

Box 103, Folder 10

Terry Sanders Documents: 1974-1986. 1960-1964, 1966-1971.

 

Series 3: Dorothy's Possessions. 1918-1960.

Scope and Content Note

This series includes items belonging to Wayne's mother, Dorothy Kline (1901-1960), during the course of her 25- year career as a traveling corset saleswoman for the Bien Jolie Company. Many of the items were used in the creation of Wayne's "The Dorothy Series" (1975-1979) portfolio of twenty lithographs. Also included are items from Wayne's childhood, and documents from Dorothy's tax returns from 1946-1960.
Box 45, Folder 16

Black lace girdle. 1960.

Scope and Content Note

One black elasticized lace girdle with red trim, cut in half for use in creating Wayne's print, "Two Way Stretch."
Box 45, Folder 12

Black pantyhose. 1960.

Scope and Content Note

One pair black Danskin nylon pantyhose, reinforced heel and toe.
Box 45, Folder 15

Black wired bra. 1960.

Scope and Content Note

One black satin and lace underwire bra, used in creating Wayne's print, "Power Net" from "The Dorothy Series."
Box 45, Folder 13

Dark brown pair of hose. 1960.

Scope and Content Note

One pair brown silk stockings, reinforced toe.
Box 45, Folder 6

Dorothy Kline's brown lizard and white sling pumps. 1960.

Scope and Content Note

Dorothy Kline's size 4B brown and ivory wingtip sling pumps.
Box 104, Folder 1

Dorothy's Tax Returns & IRS Supportive Chits. 1946-1948, 1953, 1955, 1957, 1959, 1960, 1962.

Box 104, Folder 2

Dorothy's Tax Returns & IRS Supportive Chits. 1954-1960.

Box 104, Folder 3

Dorothy's Tax Returns & IRS Supportive Chits. 1947, 1949-1956, 1958, 1960, 1961.

Box 45, Folder 3

June Wayne's little undershirt. 1918.

Scope and Content Note

Wayne's cotton knit short-sleeved shirt from when she was an infant.
Box 45, Folder 4

June Wayne's infant shoes. 1919.

Scope and Content Note

Pair of Wayne's lace-up leather baby shoes.
Box 45, Folder 5

June Wayne's infant shoes. 1921.

Scope and Content Note

Pair of Wayne's lace-up brown leather baby shoes.
Box 45, Folder 11

Playtex Bra. 1960.

Scope and Content Note

One beige Platex front-clasp underwire bra.
Box 45, Folder 1

Portfolio folder. 1960.

Scope and Content Note

Brown cardboard portfolio with Dorothy A. Kline's Bien Jolie Foundation Garments business card from "Benjamin & Johnes Incorporated, Newark, N.J."
Box 45, Folder 17

Ribbon pressed in black ink. 1960.

Scope and Content Note

Two ribbed satin ribbons and one loop-edige ribbon, stained with black ink from use in one of Wayne's prints.
Box 45, Folder 18

Sack of garters. 1960.

Scope and Content Note

Assorted black, white, and red garter clips and belts, some of which were used in creating Wayne's print, "Dorothy and the Paris Garter Company" from "The Dorothy Series."
Box 45, Folder 2

Silk lingerie holder. 1960.

Scope and Content Note

Quilted ivory and light blue satin lingerie bag with button closure.
Box 45, Folder 8

Three pairs of gloves. 1960.

Scope and Content Note

One single and three pairs of Dorothy Kline's leather gloves, one of which was used in creating Wayne's print, "Winter of '37" from "The Dorothy Series."
Box 45, Folder 14

Three strand necklace of white pearl-like beads. 1960.

Scope and Content Note

One triple-strand, creamy faux pearl choker necklace, used in creating Wayne's print, "Last Time" from "The Dorothy Series."
Box 45, Folder 10

Two "little nothing" bras. 1960.

Scope and Content Note

One beige and one black "Exquisite Form Rudi Gernreich No Bra" nylon bras.
Box 45, Folder 9

Warner's Merry Widow bra. 1960.

Scope and Content Note

Black lace Warner "Cinch-Bra Merry Widow" corset with red satin ribbon inset.
Box 45, Folder 7

White strapless bra. 1960.

Scope and Content Note

White lace underwire strapless bra.
 

Series 4: Employment Reports. 1969-1973.

Scope and Content Note

This series includes daily reports of tasks executed by Wayne's assistants, Linda Cohen, Betty Fiske, Linda Fasulo, Beverly Korenwaser, Lillian Lesser, Norma Neiman, and others, as well as several chronological indexes of task topics.
Box 33, Folder 5

Daily Reports Jan-June 1969. 1969.

Scope and Content Note

Daily reports of tasks executed by Wayne's assistants, Lita Albuquerque and Linda Fasulo (1969 May 7-June 30); also includes chronological index of task topics [created at later time.]
Box 33, Folder 7

Daily Reports July-December 1969. 1969.

Scope and Content Note

Daily reports of tasks executed by Wayne's assistant, Linda Fasulo (1969 July 1-December 31); also includes chronological index of task topics [created at later time.]
Box 33, Folder 8

Daily Reports January - June 1970. 1970.

Scope and Content Note

Daily reports of tasks executed by Wayne's assistants, Bryna, Bobbi, and Norma [Neiman] (1970 January 2-June 24); also includes chronological index of task topics [created at later time.]
Box 33, Folder 9

Daily Reports July - December 1970. 1970.

Scope and Content Note

Daily reports of tasks executed by Wayne's assistants, Diana Gough, Alice W., Peggy Dryden, Linda Fasulo, and Norma [Neiman] (1970 July 2-December 31); also includes chronological index of task topics [created at later time.]
Box 33, Folder 10

Daily Reports January - June 1971. 1971.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence with Wayne's assistants, Norma Neiman and Betty Fiske (1971 May 14-July 1) re: Marshall Lee (Harry N. Abrams), Blue Cross, Clint Adams, Irving Stone (author), Saul Marks, Gustave von Groschiwitz (Associate Director, Museum of Art, University of Iowa), Mrs. John A. Pope (President, International Exhibitions Foundation, Washington D.C.), Allan J. Greenberg (attorney), and Roland Petersen (artist); also includes chronological index of task topics [created at later time.]
Box 33, Folder 11

Daily Reports January - June 1971. 1971.

Scope and Content Note

Daily reports of tasks executed by Wayne's assistants, Shirley, Alice W., Norma Neiman, Linda Cohen, and Betty Fiske (1971 January 2-May 11); [chronological index of task topics that corresponds with this material is located in folder 10.]
Box 33, Folder 12

Daily Reports July 1971 - December 1971. 1971.

Scope and Content Note

Daily reports of tasks executed by Wayne's assistants, Beverly Korenwaser, Norma Neiman, Betty Fiske and Linda Cohen (1971 July 1-December 30); also includes chronological index of task topics [created at later time.]
Box 34, Folder 1

Daily Reports January 1972 - June 1972. 1972.

Scope and Content Note

Daily reports of tasks executed by Wayne's assistants, Beverly Korenwaser, Norma Neiman, and Linda Cohen (1972 March 27-June 30); also includes chronological index of task topics [created at later time.]
Box 34, Folder 2

Daily Reports January 1972 - June 1972. 1972.

Scope and Content Note

Daily reports of tasks executed by Wayne's assistants, Beverly Korenwaser and Linda Cohen (1972 January 2- March 24) [chronological index of task topics that corresponds with this material is located in folder 1.]
Box 34, Folder 3

Daily Reports January 1973 - June 1973. 1973.

Scope and Content Note

Daily reports of tasks executed by Wayne's assistants, Beverly Korenwaser, Norma Neiman, Betty Fiske, and Linda Cohen (1973 January 8-June 29); also includes chronological index of task topics [created at later time.]
Box 34, Folder 4

Daily Reports July 1973 - December 1973. 1973.

Scope and Content Note

Daily reports of tasks executed by Wayne's assistants, Beverly Korenwaser, Kathryn Smith, Rosalie, and Linda Cohen (1973 July 2-December 3); also includes chronological index of task topics [created at later time.]
Box 34, Folder 5

Daily Reports July 1972 - December 1972. 1972.

Scope and Content Note

Daily reports of tasks executed by Wayne's assistants, Beverly Korenwaser, Kathryn Smith, Betty Fiske, Rosalie, Linda Cohen, Hilda, and Nancy Boone (1972 July 5-December 28); also includes chronological index of task topics [created at later time].
Box 33, Folder 6

Lillian's Checklist 5/8/69 to 9-2/69. 1969.

Scope and Content Note

Daily reports of tasks executed by Wayne's assistants, Lillian Lesser (1969 May 8-August 26); also includes chronological index of task topics [created at later time.]
 

Series 5: Four Stones For Kanemitsu. 1969-1974.

Scope and Content Note

This series includes transcripts and sound recordings on audio tape which were created during the production of the film, Four Stones for Kanemitsu (1973), including interviews with the film's subject, artist Mike Kanemitsu.
Box 34, Folder 7

Wayne & Lozingot taping sound for film. 1977.

Scope and Content Note

Contains one sound tape reel (4 inch), 1/4 inch Acetate tape in box labeled Serge Lozingot and Wayne taping film dialog.
Box 34, Folder 8

Tamarind Production "Four Stones" Tape #2. 1977.

Scope and Content Note

Contains one sound reel (7 inch), 1/4 inch tape in box labeled Tamarind Production, "Four Stones [for Kanemitsu]" film, tape #2, "Jacqueline Cambas" [editor], and "Litho. FX-R-2"
Box 34, Folder 9

Homage To A Lithograph. 1977.

Scope and Content Note

Contains one sound reel (7 inch), 1/4 inch tape (7 1/2 IPS, "full track, no sync") in box labeled, "HOMAGE TO A LITHOGRAPH" transferred from Glen Glenn 3-stripe (transferred 1977 April 14), "This was provided by [Terry] Sanders as result of deposition."
Box 34, Folder 10

Tamarind Four Stones. 1977.

Scope and Content Note

Contains one sound reel (7 inch), 1/4 inch tape (7 1/2 IPS, "full track, no sync") in box labeled, "TAMARIND FOUR STONES 7 1/2 NAGRA SYNCH" (taken from Glen Glenn 1977 April), "dupe rental tape of Stewart mix of [Jacqueline] Cambas cut"
Box 35, Folder 2

List of tapes-Barrett. 1969, 1970.

Scope and Content Note

List of tapes being transcribed, with description from box, date, and tape speed.
Box 35, Folder 3

Transcript April 18, 1970 D-3. 1970.

Scope and Content Note

Contains one sound reel (5 inch), 1/4 inch (3 3/4 IPS) polyester tape in box labeled "Lithograph FX - R05 D-3" (1970 April 18); also includes transcript, "Lithography Film, Sound Roll Effects, Roll 5, D-3."
Box 35, Folder 4

Transcript April 16, 1970 C-9. 1970.

Scope and Content Note

Contains one sound reel (7 inch), 1/4 inch (7 1/2 IPS) polyester tape in box labeled "Monologue Retakes R-2 C-9" (1970 April 16), "Serge and Gene"; also includes transcript "April 16th, monologue retakes, roll two"
Box 35, Folder 5

Transcript April 16, 1970 C-8. 1970.

Scope and Content Note

Contains one sound reel (7 inch), 1/4 inch (7 1/2 IPS) polyester tape in box labeled "Litho Monol. Retakes R-1 C- 8" (1970 April 16) and "Additional Monologue Re-Takes"; also includes transcript.
Box 35, Folder 6

Transcript April 9, 1970 D-2. 1970.

Scope and Content Note

Contains one sound reel (5 inch), 1/4 inch polyester tape in box labeled "Lithography Film FX Roll #4 R-4, D-2 / Room Tone, Chop" (1970 April 9) and "Additional Monologue Re-Takes"; also includes notes describing tape contents.
Box 35, Folder 7

Transcript April 4, 1970 C-6. 1970.

Scope and Content Note

Contains one sound reel (7 inch), 1/4 inch (7 1/2 IPS) polyester tape in box labeled "Lithography Film FX Roll 3 C- 6"; also includes transcript, "RX Roll, Sound effects, R-3" (1970 April 4.)
Box 35, Folder 8

Tape Transcript Mar. 13, 1970 C-4. 1970.

Scope and Content Note

Contains one sound reel (7 inch), 1/4 inch (7 1/2 IPS) polyester tape in box labeled "Gene Monolog, Litho C-4" (1970 March 13) with label for "The Terry Sanders Company Production Office / 1107 1/2 Glendon Avenue, Los Angeles, California 90024"; also includes transcripts "Tape C8" (1970 April 16), "Tape C8 Additional monolog retakes" and "Gene Monologue, C-4" (1970 March 13.)
Box 36, Folder 1

Transcript April 16, 1970 C-7. 1970, 1973.

Scope and Content Note

Contains one sound reel (7 inch), 1/4 inch tape in box labeled "Lithography -- Monologue retakes -- Mike" (1970 April 16)" and "Monol. Retakes R-3 C-7"; also includes invoice slip from Glen Glenn Sound (Hollywood, CA), "Serge & Mike Dialog" (1973 April 9) with five tapes being signed for by Jacqueline Cambas [editor]; and transcript of "Monologue Retakes R3 April 16, 1970."
Box 36, Folder 2

Transcript Mar. 20, 1970 D-1. 1969, 1970.

Scope and Content Note

Contains one sound reel (5 inch), 1/4 inch (7 1/2 IPS) polyester tape in box labeled "Tamarind Production 'Four Stones' Jacqueline Cambas 464-21 27 Tape 1, D-1" and "Lithograph 3/20/70 4/4/70"; also includes transcript of Lithography film, levitor effects (1970 March 20.)
Box 36, Folder 3

Tape Transcript March 9, 1970 C-2. 1970.

Scope and Content Note

Contains one sound reel (7 inch), 1/4 inch (3 3/4 IPS) tape in box labeled "Serge Monol. Litho. 3/9/70 Tape # 1, C- 2" with label "The Terry Sanders Company Production Office / 1107 1/2 Glendon Avenue, Los Angeles, California 90024"; also includes transcript of "Serge Monologue, Litho, tape #1" (1970 March 9.)
Box 36, Folder 4

Transcript Mar. 9, 1970 C-3. 1970.

Scope and Content Note

Contains one sound reel (7 inch), 1/4 inch (3 3/4 IPS) tape in box labeled "Serge Monol. Litho. 3/9/70 Tape # 2, C- 3" with label "The Terry Sanders Company Production Office / 1107 1/2 Glendon Avenue, Los Angeles, California 90024"; also includes transcript of "Serge Monologue, Litho, tape #2" (1970 March 9.)
Box 36, Folder 5

Transcript from 1969 Tape -Terry Sanders. 1969, 1974.

Scope and Content Note

Contains one sound reel (5 inch), 1/4 inch (15/16 IPS) tape in box labeled "Tamarind / Interviews / Clifford Smith, Dir. Of Education / June Wayne" (1969 April 16) and a label, "Exhibit 4"; also includes 25-page transcript, with letter of certification signed by transcriber, Catherine Barrett (1974 May 30.)
Box 36, Folder 6

Transcript Mar.6, 1970 C-1. 1970.

Scope and Content Note

Contains one sound reel (7 inch), 1/4 inch (3 3/4 IPS) tape in box labeled "Mike Monol. Litho. 3/6/70 C-1" with label "The Terry Sanders Company Production Office / 1107 1/2 Glendon Avenue, Los Angeles, California 90024"; also includes transcript of "C-1 Mike Monologue, Litho" (1970 March 6.)
Box 37, Folder 1

Transcript Sept 4+5, 1969 B-11. 1969.

Scope and Content Note

Contains one sound reel (5 inch), 1/4 inch (3 3/4 IPS) tape in box labeled "Litho - Prot - 914.5" and "B-11" and "1969"; also includes transcript of "B 11 Litho Protection" and notes describing tape contents.
Box 37, Folder 2

Transcript Aug. 22, 1969 A-3. 1969, 1973.

Scope and Content Note

Contains one sound reel (5 inch), 1/4 inch (3 3/4 IPS) tape in box labeled "Tamarind Film / Lithography / Tape 3 Dialogue, Serge and Mike referring to wash (cue) (camera 16) 8/22/69; Monologue Mike on reversing design; Dialogue serge & Mike planning colors 8/23/69; Dialogue for roll 23, Serge and Mike (cue track); Gene [Sturman] and Serge on press (cue track); Gene and Serge washing out sponge"; box bears tag taped to outside of lid which reads, "ADMITTED IN EVIDENCE, Case No. 984923, Date Jan 23 1973"; also includes transcript of "A/3 8-22-69 -- Friday / AV Lithography roll 3" and notes describing tape contents.
Box 37, Folder 3

Transcript August 19, 1969 A-2. 1969, 1973.

Scope and Content Note

Contains one sound reel (5 inch), 1/4 inch (3 3/4 IPS) tape in box labeled "Tamarind Film / Lithography / Tape 2 Dialogue referring to drawing (cue track) between Serge [Lozingot] and Mike [Kanemitsu] 8/19/69; Monologue Mike referring to drawing 8/21/69; Monologue Serge referring to wash; Serge and Mike preparing wash (cue track) Camera Roll 12 8/22/69; Serge and Gene [Sturman] referring to mixing wash; Serge referring to gum arabic (retake); Serge and Mike referring to wash (cue track) Camera Roll 14; Serge and Mike referring to wash(gum) on stone"; box bears tag taped to outside of lid which reads, "ADMITTED IN EVIDENCE, Case No. 984923, Date Jan 23 1973"; also includes transcript of "Tamarind film tape roll 2 August 19, 1969, 21, 22 A2" and notes describing tape contents, including key to transcript abbreviations used, "T = Terry Sanders; S = Serge Lozingot; and K = Mike Kanemitsu."
Box 37, Folder 4

Transcript Aug. 18, 1969 A-1. 1969.

Scope and Content Note

Contains one sound reel (5 inch), 1/4 inch (3 3/4 IPS) tape in box labeled "Tamarind Film / Lithography / Tape 1 Wild monologue, Serge on graining 8/18/69; Opening Dialogue, Mike [Kanemitsu] and Serge [Lozingot] 8/19/69; Monologue, Gene [Sturman] reference to fossil and stone; Serge & Mike; Mike and Serge, Discussion over stone (cue track)"; also includes transcript of "Tamarind film tape 1 August 18, 1969 & Aug. 19th" and notes describing tape contents, including key to transcript abbreviations used, "T = Terry Sanders; S = Serge Lozingot; and K = Mike Kanemitsu."
Box 37, Folder 5

Transcript Aug. 13, 1969 D-4. 1969.

Scope and Content Note

Contains one sound reel (5 inch), 1/4 inch (3 3/4 IPS) tape in box labeled "Litho Film - Tests D-4" and "Testing voices - effects - explanation of how sound operates - etc."; also includes transcript of "Tape D4" and notes describing tape contents, including key to transcript abbreviations used, "T = Terry Sanders; C = Chuck Ringness; and G = Gene Sturman."
Box 47, Folder 1

Transcript Aug. 29, 1969 A10 and B-6. 1969.

Scope and Content Note

Contains two sound reels (5 inch), 1/4 inch (1 7/8 IPS and 3 3/4 IPS) polyester tape in boxes labeled "Litho-Prot- 8/29, B-6 Bob Beban [?], Kentucky Derby 5/4/64, KBIG Hollywood 28, Rita Montgomery" and Litho-10 8/29 A-10 Serge & Mike refer keystone proof cue track (camera roll 41) Monologue Mike referring to new colors"; also includes transcript for B-6.
Box 47, Folder 2

The 49th Academy Awards Best Documentary 1973. 1969, 1970, 1973.

Scope and Content Note

Contains two sound reels (5 inch) 1/4 inch (3 3/4 IPS) polyester tape, one without box with label on reel that reads "[Terry] Sanders [..?] Kanemitsu for the first time", and one with box labeled "Litho #18 Mike Kanemitsu at home - Apt. Wild - Kids, baby feeding, 1969 September 24"; one 1/2 inch color video film [format not identified] reel (5 inch) with box labeled "46th Academy Awards Best Documentary 1973" (held 1974 April 2); also includes transcript, "'Homage to a Lithograph' a film by Terry Sanders" (1970 April 24-25) and Wayne's notes re Movieola showing at Sanders (1970 April 6 or 13.)
Box 47, Folder 3

Transcript Aug. 30, 1969 A-13. 1969.

Scope and Content Note

Contains one sound tape reel (5 inch), 1/4 inch (3 3/4 IPS) Acetate tape in box labeled "Litho 13, 8/30/69 A13", "Serge [Lozingot] & Mike [Kanemitsu] re proofs 8/30, Press FX, Serge & Gene [Sturman] end of run"; also includes transcription of "A- 13 Aug. 30th"
Box 47, Folder 4

Transcript Sept 4, 1969 A-15. 1969.

Scope and Content Note

Contains one sound tape reel (5 inch), 1/4 inch (3 3/4 IPS) Acetate tape in box labeled "Litho 15, 9/14, A-15", "Lithography 15, Mike [Kanemitsu] re final print, Serge [Lozingot] & Gene [Sturman] re black print Cam R 51, Serge & Gene last print (cue trk), Last print FX, Serge checking prints"; also includes transcription [TS = Terry Sanders; MK = Mike Kanemitsu; GS = Gene Sturman.]
Box 47, Folder 5

Transcript Sept 3, 4, 1969 A-14. 1969.

Scope and Content Note

Contains one sound tape reel (5 inch), 1/4 inch (3 3/4 IPS) Acetate tape in box labeled "Litho 14, 9/2,3,4, A-14", "Lithography 14. Gene [Sturman] & Serge [Lozingot] re red prints, Gene re last print, Gene, Serge, Mike Kanemitsu re final print, 1969 September 2, 3, 4; also includes transcription.
Box 47, Folder 6

Transcript Sept 5, 1969 A-17. 1969.

Scope and Content Note

Contains one sound tape reel (5 inch), 1/4 inch (3 3/4 IPS) Acetate tape in box labeled "Litho 17 - 9/15, A-17" 1969 September 5, and "Monologue, Mike [Kanemitsu]; Serge [Lozingot] & Mike re black and white print; Wild FX rolling ink and stone printing, gumming stone, washing of gum, sponging inking roller with spatula; Cam roll 53 (cue trk); Serge & Mike re print & cancellation; Printing cycle without inking of [illeg]; Close in printer roller; Last print (cue trk), Com. Roll 54; Cancellation (cue trk); also includes transcription, "LITHO A 17/9-5-69."
Box 48, Folder 1

Transcript Sept 26, 1969 A-19. 1969.

Scope and Content Note

Contains one sound tape reel (5 inch), 1/4 inch (3 3/4 IPS) Acetate tape in box labeled "Litho T-19, A-19, 1969 September 26", "Tamarind T-19", and "Signing Prints in Curating Room"; also includes transcription.
Box 48, Folder 2

Tape Transcript Aug 26, 1969 A-6. 1969.

Scope and Content Note

Contains one sound tape reel (5 inch), 1/4 inch (3 3/4 IPS) Acetate tape in box labeled "Litho 6, A-6, 1969 August 26", "Monologue Mike evaluates stone"; also includes transcript.
Box 48, Folder 3

Transcript Aug. 25, 1969 A-5. 1969.

Scope and Content Note

Contains one sound tape reel (5 inch), 1/4 inch (3 3/4 IPS) Acetate tape in box labeled "Litho 6, A-6, 1969 August 26", "Monologue Mike evaluates stone"; also includes transcript.
Box 48, Folder 4

Transcript Aug. 27, 28, 1969 A-7. 1969.

Scope and Content Note

Contains one sound tape reel (5 inch), 1/4 inch (3 3/4 IPS) Acetate tape in box labeled "Litho 5, A-6, 1969 August 25", "Monologue Gene referring to powder and rosing"; also includes transcript.
Box 48, Folder 5

Transcript Aug. 28 & 29 1969 A-8. 1969.

Scope and Content Note

Contains one sound tape reel (5 inch), 1/4 inch (3 3/4 IPS) Acetate tape in box labeled "Litho 8, A-8, 1969 August 28", "Tape 8: Serge [Lozingot] and Gene [Sturman] refer to third stone; song by Gene; Serge and Mike [Kanemitsu] refer to 2nd stone; Monologue Mike refer 1st lithograph Monologue Serge refer black on 3rd stone; Serge, Mike, Gene refer black on 3rd stone; Mike refer 3rd color and registration; Mike Serge referring proofing; Mike, Gene, Serge refer colors"; also includes transcript.
Box 48, Folder 6

Transcript Aug. 29, 1969 A-9. 1969.

Scope and Content Note

Contains one sound tape reel (5 inch), 1/4 inch (3 3/4 IPS) Acetate tape in box labeled "Litho 9, A-9, 1969 August 29", and "Mike [Kanemitsu] and Serge [Lozingot] re 3rd proof; Monologue Mike re artists; Mike and Serge re 3rd proof"; also includes transcription.
Box 49, Folder 1

Transcript Aug. 30, 1969 A-12. 1969.

Scope and Content Note

Contains one sound tape reel (5 inch), 1/4 inch (3 3/4 IPS) Acetate tape in box labeled "Litho 12, A-12, 1969 August 30", and "Serge [Lozingot] and Mike [Kanemitsu] re proofs, cue trks & FX; also includes transcription.
Box 49, Folder 2

Transcript Aug. 29-30, 1969 A-11. 1969.

Scope and Content Note

Contains one sound tape reel (5 inch), 1/4 inch (3 3/4 IPS) Acetate tape in box labeled "Litho 11, A-11, 1969 August 29", and "Mike [Kanemitsu] and Serge [Lozingot] re new colors; Monologue Gene [Sturman]; Serge & Mike re proofs; Serge mixing colors (FX); Printing (FX)"; also includes transcription.
 

Series 6: June Wayne's Events. 1976-1997.

Organization and Arrangement

This series is organized into five subseries: Conference, Exhibits, Panel, Trip, and Datebooks.

Scope and Content Note

This series includes correspondence and supportive documents regarding Wayne's speaking engagements, participation in conferences, exhibitions of her work, and personal and professional appointments.
 

Subseries 1: Conference. 1994-1999.

Scope and Content Note

This subseries includes correspondence regarding Wayne's participation in various conferences on graphic arts and women's issues. Also includes conference schedules, brochures, and related ephemera.

Processing Information

Includes materials from the July 2012 addition.
Box 43, Folder 12

Antelope Valley. Mar 6 '98. 1998, 1999.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Elaine D. Crump (Antelope Valley College, Lancaster, CA) re Wayne being keynote speaker for the Women's Conference, "Women Create!" at Antelope Valley College (1999 March 6.)
Box 43, Folder 3

Athens Ohio March So. Graphics Conference 1998. 1997, 1998.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Anita Jung (Assistant Professor of Art, School of Art, Ohio University, Athens, OH) re Wayne's participation in 26th Annual Southern Graphics Council Conference, "A Celebration of the Print, 200th Anniversary of Lithography" (Ohio University, Athens, OH, 1998 March 25-28); also includes: conference flyer, brochure, and program; issue of newsletter, "Graphic Impressions" about the conference; brief Wayne biography.
Box 201, Folder 1

CAA Panel 2009. 2008.

Box 43, Folder 5

Cincinnati 1998. 1998.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Don Kelley (College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning, Cincinnati, OH) and April Foster (Art Academy of Cincinnati) re Wayne being keynote speaker at Third Biennial Mid America Print Council Conference, "Pressing Issues" (1998 October 7-11, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH); also includes conference programs, schedules, and reference materials.
Box 43, Folder 10

Cincinnati Ohio 200th Anniv. Jung, Kelly Keynote Oct. 98. 1997, 1998.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Anita Jung (College of Fine Arts, Ohio University, Athens, OH) re 26th Annual Southern Graphics Council Conference, "A Celebration of the Print, 200th Anniversary of Lithography" (Ohio University, Athens, OH, 1998 March 25-28); Don Kelley (School of Art, College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning, Cincinnati, OH) re Wayne being the keynote speaker for the Third Biennial Mid America Print Council Conference, "Pressing Issues" (University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH, 1998 October 7-11); April Foster re materials needed from Wayne for "Pressing Issues" conference; Donna Burns (Director, Community Outreach Education, Pressing Issues Conference Facilitation) and Cindy Curtis re Wayne's travel arrangements for attending the "Pressing Issues" conference; also includes announcement for call for proposals, conference schedule, issue of "MAPC", the journal of the Mid America Print Council (Fall/Winter 1997), and brochure for "Image & Text II Symposium" (Stephen F. Austin State University, Nacogdoches, TX, 1998 November 4-7.)
Box 43, Folder 6

Knoxville Southern Graphics Conference March '95. 1994, 1995.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Beauvais Lyons (President, Southern Graphics Council) re Wayne receiving 1995 Southern Graphics Council Printmaker Emeritus Award, exhibition of Wayne's work entitled, "One Printmaker to Another", and attending 23rd Annual SGC conference, "Beyond Labels" at University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN (1995 March 15-18); Stephen Wicks (Curator, Knoxville Museum of Art, Knoxville, TN) re slides of Wayne's work; Boyd Saunders (Printmaker Emeritus Awards coordinator and Professor of Art, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC) re biographical information about Wayne; also includes checklist of prints for Wayne's exhibition, copy of SGC Newsletter (Summer 1994), "Beyond Labels" conference programs, schedules, and reference materials.
Box 201, Folder 2

New York City Trip, February 2000. 2000.

Box 201, Folder 3

Philadelphia Print Collaboration -- James, Theresa. 2005.

Box 201, Folder 4

Southern Graphic Council -- Lyons, Beauvais. 1996-2002.

Box 43, Folder 9

Univ. Ohio - Cincinnati. 1998.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: April Foster (Art Academy of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH) re thank you for Wayne's participation in Mid America Print Council Conference "Pressing Issues" and exhibition of "The Dorothy Series" at the Skirball Museum (Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, Cincinnati, OH); Donna Burns (Director, Community Outreach Education, Pressing Issues Conference Facilitation) re reimbursement of Wayne's expenses.
Box 201, Folder 5

Women's Council for Art. 2008-2011.

Box 201, Folder 6

Women's Council for Art -- 1999 Conference. 1988-2007.

 

Subseries 2: Exhibits. 1981-1991.

Scope and Content Note

This subseries includes correspondence regarding exhibitions of Wayne's work.
Box 20, Folder 14

Bunkamura Exhibit. 1991, 1992, 1993, 1995.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Takaoki Suzuki (General Manager, Tokyu Bunkamura) re exhibition of Wayne's work; also includes eight 4.5 x 6.5 inch color photographs of the gallery space and brochure, and Bunkamura Gallery layout plans (1991 November 26.)
Box 42, Folder 9

Sylmar Show March 97. 1997.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: John Cantley (Director, Century Gallery, Los Angeles Mission College, Los Angeles, CA) re inclusion of Wayne's work in exhibition, "Quarks to Quasars" to be held 1997 April 13-May 9; Jay Belloli (Armory Center for The Arts, Pasadena, CA) re release of Wayne's "Stellar Winds" and "Silent Wind" to Merrilyn Duzy (Curator, Century Gallery.)
Box 42, Folder 10

Binghampton Lynn Gamwell. 1997.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Lynn Gamwell (Director, University Art Museum, Binghamton University, Binghamton, NY) re showing prints from Wayne's exhibition at the Neuberger Museum of Art (State University of New York, Purchase, NY) at the New York Academy of Sciences; also includes sample brochures.
Box 42, Folder 11

Feb/Armory Show '97 Weisberg. 1996, 1997.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Linda Centell (Curator, The Armory Center for the Arts, Pasadena, CA) and Jay Belloli (Director of Gallery Programs) re inclusion of Wayne's work in exhibition, "Changing Media: Books and Prints" (1997 February 1-April 6); also includes loan agreement form, list of Wayne's works loaned for the exhibition, and Wayne biography (as of 1996 September.)
Box 42, Folder 12

Exhibition Knoxville 1995 & others. 1950-1958, 1970-1983, 1994-1995.

Scope and Content Note

Includes list of Wayne's solo exhibitions (1935-1992); exhibition checklists for Art Institute of Chicago (1952 April 25-May 25); "Tapestries and Lithographs by June Wayne" (Cypress College, Cypress, CA, 1977 March 14-April 1); "The Messenger Painting and Forty Drawings and Prints" (de Young Museum of Art, San Francisco, CA, 1956); "One Printmaker to Another" (Knoxville Art Museum, Knoxville, TN, 1995); "Forty Lithographs by June Wayne" (Museum of Art, University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA, 1970 January 19-February 28); "Paintings and Lithographs by June Wayne" (La Jolla Museum of Contemporary Art, La Jolla, CA, 1954 February 9); "June Wayne's Lithographs" (Palm Springs Desert Museum, 1977 December 2-1978 January 8); "Lithographies et Tapisseries de June Wayne" (Rubicon Gallery, Los Altos, CA, 1977); "Paintings by June Wayne" (San Francisco Museum of Art, 1950 August 1-27); "Shortcuts, Feathers, Winds" (San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art, 1983); Santa Barbara Museum of Art (1953 January 19-February 8 and 1958 September); Van Doren Gallery (San Francisco, CA, 1974 March-April and 1976 April-May); also includes letter from Linda Tyler (Gallery Director, Tamarind Institute, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM) to Wayne re inclusion of Wayne's print, "Nos Portraits en 2060" in traveling exhibition, "Tamarind: Into the Nineties," initiated by the Weatherspoon Art Gallery, University of North Carolina at Greensboro.
Box 42, Folder 13

Exhibition Knoxville 1995 & others. 1979, 1980, 1983-1986, 1989, 1992.

Scope and Content Note

Includes exhibition checklists for "My Palomar and Beyond" (Associated American Artists Gallery, New York, NY, 1985 November); "50 Works in 3 Media: June Wayne" (Arizona State University Gallery, Tempe, AZ, 1979); "Cognitos" (Armstrong Gallery, New York, NY); Selections from "The Djuna Set" (Benton Gallery, East Hampton, NY, 1989 June); "Lithographs by June Wayne: A Retrospective" (Cincinnati Art Museum, Cincinnati, OH, 1969); "My Palomar and Beyond" (Macalester College Art Galleries, St. Paul, MN, 1986 October 17-November 12); "June Wayne: Before Cosmos" (Occidental College, Los Angeles, CA, 1980 November 3-December 12); Selections from "The Djuna Set" (Montgomery Gallery, Pomona College, Claremont, CA, 1992 March); "My Palomar, Stellar Winds, Solar Flares: Lithographs by June Wayne" (The Print Club, Philadelphia, PA, 1985); "June Wayne Before Tamarind" (Tobey C. Moss Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, 1983 June 27); "June Wayne" (Tobey C. Moss Gallery, 1984 December); consignment of Wayne's "At Last a Thousand II" to Tobey C. Moss Gallery (1986 January 24.)
Box 42, Folder 14

Claremont Show 3/92. 1991, 1992.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Marjorie "Cricket" L. Harth (Director, Montgomery Gallery, Pomona College, Claremont, CA) and Kay Koeninger re exhibition of Wayne's work; also includes gallery layouts, loan forms, price lists, Pomona College Associates reception announcement and exhibition calendar (1991/92.)
Box 42, Folder 15

Mar 19 '98- Panel USC/LACMA. 1997, 1998.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Ruth Weisberg (Dean of Fine Arts, University of Southern California (USC)), Lynn Zelevansky (Associate Curator, Modern and Contemporary Art, Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), Los Angeles, CA) and Jill Martinez (Curatorial Assistant, LACMA) re Wayne's participation in joint LACMA/USC symposium, "Women Artists of the 1960s," held 1998 March 19 in conjunction with the exhibition, "Love Forever: Yayoi Kusama, 1958 to 1968"; also includes copy of professional services contract and Wayne biography; page from the Los Angeles Times with article, "Abstraction as Illusion" (1998 March 11) on Yayoi Kusama exhibition at LACMA.
Box 42, Folder 16

Southern Graphics P. Soc. 20th Anniversary. 1995, 1996, 1997.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Beauvais Lyons (Department of Art, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN) re invitation for Wayne's participation in exchange portfolio, "Drawn to Stone," celebrating the bicentennial of lithography; Carmon Colangelo (Chair, Division of Art, South Graphics Council) re invitation for Wayne's participation in 24th annual conference at West Virginia University from 1996 March 6-10; also includes issue of Southern Graphics Council newsletter, "Graphic Impressions" (Fall 1996.)
Box 42, Folder 17

Fresno Art Center & Museum 1985 - 1987. 1986, 1987.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Bette Chase (Education Coordinator, Fresno Arts Center and Museum, Fresno, CA) re donation of "The Art of June Wayne" and Wayne's lecture at Fresno Museum; Robert Barrett (Executive Director) re exhibition of Wayne's prints, painting and tapestries, held 1988 May 3- August 4, and visit to Wayne's studio on Los Angeles Art Tour, 1987 January 31-February 1; Anita Shanahan and Jane Cleave re visit to Wayne's studio; Wayne's participation as honored guest of Endowment Society luncheon, 1987 May 13; Virginia Farquhar re gift of Wayne's print, "Silent Wind" from Fresno board of trustees and Council of 100; Nancy Barg re lunch with Wayne; Barrett to Lloyd Rigler (Ledler Foundation and Adolph's Foundation, Burbank, CA) re request for support for production of exhibition catalogue; Barrett re Wayne's attendance at Fresno Arts Center and Museum Trustees' Retreat (1987 September 25 & 26); also includes Wayne biography (as of 1987 October); Wayne to Barrett re contacting Lannon Foundation re grant money; Kenneth C. Pascal (Chair, University Lecture Series, California State University, Fresno) re Wayne lecture for Spring 1988 program; Barrett to Arlene Raven re writing essay about Wayne's paintings for Fresno exhibition catalogue; David Salanitro (Designer of Exhibitions, Fresno Arts Center and Museum) re diagram of Arts Center exhibition space; also includes "Budget for June Wayne Exhibition" and issue of Fresno Arts Center and Museum newsletter, "Preview" (Winter 1987.)
Box 42, Folder 18

Fresno Art Center & Museum 1985 - 1987. 1983, 1985, 1986, 1992.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Kjersti Reed (Curator of Education, Fresno Arts Center and Museum, Fresno, CA) and Bette Chase (Education Coordinator) re Wayne's participation in lecture series; Joyce B. Aiken (Guest Curator) re Women's Year Program and Wayne's participation in exhibition, "In the Advent of Change" (1986 October 12-December 28) at Fresno Arts Center and Museum; thank you letters from Wayne to Joyce Aiken, Virginia Farquar, Jane Cleaves, and Bette Chase; also includes description of Women's Year Program exhibitions, brief list of exhibition details; loan agreement form (1986 August 11); list of artists in exhibition; and exhibition catalogue, "Robert Cremean's Narcissus Pentology 1971-1982" (Fresno Arts Center, 1983 March 15-April 28); page from Artweek magazine with article by Leigh Ann Clifton, "Fixed for Life: Fresno Art Museum strikes a deal" (1992 May 21.)
Box 43, Folder 1

Fresno Art Center & Museum 1988-. 1987-1990, 1993-1997.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Patti Handley (artist) re exhibition and poster of Wayne's work; Robert Bennett re price list for Wayne's tapestries and print suites, "My Palomar", "Solar Flares", and "Stellar Winds"; David Salanitro (Designer of Exhibitions, Fresno Arts Center and Museum) re slides of installation; Samuel M. Gerupper (Assistant Director, MacArthur Fellows Program) to Robert Barrett (Director/Chief Curator, Fresno Arts Center) re nomination of Wayne for fellowship; Jane Cleave re visit to Wayne's studio; Barrett re video footage from television interview; Wayne's speech given at College Art Association (CAA) conference in 1990; Mary Anne Graham-Dolorian (Registrar) re Wayne's donation of three prints, "Dorothy the Last Day", "Dead Center II" and "Tenth Memory" to the Fresno Art Museum (1990 July 3); Barrett re Wayne's trips to Australia and Japan; Anita Shanahan (Trustee, Fresno Art Museum) re gala celebration for Robert Barrett on his tenth anniversary as director; Wayne to the California Arts Council re Fresno Art Museum and their Award for Distinguished Service to Wayne; Barrett re schedule for Wayne's visit and lecture (1994 September 16- 18); Jacqueline Pilar (Associate Curator) and Jothan McGaughey (Registrar) re Wayne's participation in exhibition, "Fifteen Profiles: Distinguished California Modernists"; Suzanne Sloan Lewis (Selection Committee, Council of 100, Fresno Art Museum) re Wayne's suggestions for future honorees of the Annual Distinguished Woman's Artist's Award and exhibition.
Box 43, Folder 2

Fresno Art Center & Museum 1988-. 1988.

Scope and Content Note

Includes: invitation to buffet dinner honoring June Wayne; layout of Fresno Art Museum's exhibition space; transcription of interview of Wayne by Robert Barrett (Director/Chief Curator, Fresno Arts Center); loan agreement for "The Djuna Set" (1988 March 28); correspondents include: Margie Phillips (Procurement Assistant, California State University, Fresno) and M. Susan Vasquez (Program Coordinator) re Wayne giving lecture, "Leonardo and I, Trekking the Galaxies" on 1988 April 26; Barrett re list of designations of Wayne's prints included in exhibition (1988 February 23); Anita Shanahan (Trustee, Fresno Art Museum) re visit to Wayne's studio; Les Estrin (for Lloyd Rigler, The Ledler Foundation, Burbank, CA) to Barrett re grant for funding production of exhibition catalogue; Linda Fasulo (Wayne's assistant) to Barrett re name and address lists for exhibition invitations; Bernard Kester (Acting Dean, University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)) re essay about Wayne's tapestry work for proposed catalogue; Virginia Varquhar (Chairman, Council of 100) re Wayne's visit and receiving the first Annual Distinguished Woman's Artist's Award and Wayne's donation of 10 prints to the museum; David Salanitro (Designer of Exhibitions) re color samples for exhibition design; Barrett re Wayne's visit to Fresno Art Museum; George Y. Blair (Chair, Acquisitions Committee, Fresno Art Museum) re Wayne's exhibition.
Box 43, Folder 4

Lucas, Judy/ Skirball Cincinnati, OH. 1998.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Judy Lucas (Curator, Skirball Museum, Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, Cincinnati, OH) re Wayne speaking at opening of exhibition, "June Wayne: The Dorothy Series."
Box 43, Folder 14

Honolulu Show Sept 98. 1998.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Beauvais Lyons (Ellen McClung Berry Professor of Art, College of Arts and Science, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN) re Wayne's participation in exhibition, "Contents and Context: Lithography After 200 Years," by the Honolulu Printmakers Workshop (Academy Art Center, Honolulu, HI, 1998 October 4-30); also includes exhibition brochure.
Box 44, Folder 1

Laguna Art Museum. 1996.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence with Bolton Colburn (Senior Curator, Laguna Art Museum, Laguna, CA) re provenance of Wayne's print "A Little Nothing", gifted to the museum by Nancy Dustin Wall Moure.
Box 44, Folder 2

SECURITY PACIFIC BANK 1980 - EXHIBITION. 1979, 1980.

Scope and Content Note

Includes list of Wayne's works loaned for exhibition at Security Pacific National Bank (Los Angeles, CA) from 1980 January 28-March 30; also includes loan agreement forms and loan return receipts.
Box 44, Folder 3

Miami University 1998-99. 1998.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence with Edna C. Southard (Curator of Collections, Art Museum, Miami University, Oxford, OH) re exhibition, "Paper and Stone: 19th and 20th Century Lithographs" which includes Wayne's lithograph, "Tenth Memory" (1998 July 28.)
Box 44, Folder 4

UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA/BIRMINGHAM (A. Tony Johnson, J.W. Schnorrenberg, S. Armstrong, S. Fuller). 1982, 1983.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Sara Garden Armstrong, Anne H. Arrasmith, Scott Fuller (Birmingham Art Association, Birmingham, AL), John M. Schnorrenberg (Chairman, Department of Art, University of Alabama, Birmingham, AL, and Toni Johnson (Visual Arts Gallery) re Wayne's lecture and exhibition of Wayne's "The Dorothy Series" at the Visual Arts Gallery, University of Alabama (Birmingham, AL) (1982 September 6.)
Box 44, Folder 6

Conejo Valley Art Museum 1983. 1983.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Betty Ann Brown (College of Continuing Education, University of Southern California (USC)) re loan arrangements for Wayne's work in the exhibition, "Generations" at the Conejo Valley Art Museum (Thousand Oaks, CA) (1983 February 16.)
Box 44, Folder 7

Univ of Omaha, Nebraska (Nancy Kelly). 1999.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Nancy Kelly (UNO Art Gallery, University of Nebraska at Omaha, Omaha, NE) re Wayne's participation in exhibition, "Crossing the Threshold."
Box 44, Folder 8

UNIVERSITY OF NORTHERN ILLINOIS. 1977, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Joanne Castro and David Dreisbach (Department of Art, Northern Illinois University, Dekalb, IL) re Wayne's participation in workshop and exhibition, "Printmakers and Life on This Planet" (Gallery 200, Visual Arts Building, Northern Illinois University, 1982 August 25-September 26); E. Michael Flanagan (Gallery Director) re loan forms for the exhibition; Cheryl Briska (Administrative Assistant) re photographs and exhibition catalogues; also includes Wayne biography for inclusion in exhibition catalogue, and two exhibition catalogues, "Eleven in Seventy Seven: An Invitational Exhibition of Eleven American Printmakers" (1977 March 1-23) and "Eight in Eighty: An Invitational Exhibition of Eight American Printmakers" (1980 September 2-19), Gallery 200, Northern Illinois University.
Box 44, Folder 9

RUICON GALLERY (PAUL KLEIN). 1976, 1977.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Paul R. Klein (Rubicon Gallery, Los Altos, CA) re exhibition of Wayne's work at the Rubicon Gallery; also includes consignment agreement form (1976 November 12.)
Box 44, Folder 10

Universities Miscellaneous: University of Oklahoma - Tulsa, Ohio State University - Newark, University of Pennsylvania - Philadelphia. 1977, 1982.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Renee Y. Sandell (Instructor, Department of Art Education, Ohio State University, Newark, OH) re hope to meet Wayne in the future; Chuck B. Tomlins (Associate Professor of Art/Sculpture, University of Tulsa, Tulsa, OK) re meeting Wayne at College Art Association (CAA) conference, Wayne's visit to the University and possible exhibition of "The Dorothy Series."
Box 44, Folder 11

CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY - FRESNO. 1988.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Margie Phillips (Procurement Assistant, California State University, Fresno) re Wayne's participation as guest lecturer (1988 April 26); Mary Maughelli (Professor of Art, Cal State Fresno) re Wayne's exhibition at Fresno Arts Center and Museum, and Joan of Art group.
Box 44, Folder 12

GONZAGA UNIVERSITY. 1993, 1994, 1995.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: P. Terry Geiber (Associate Professor of Art and Chair, Art Department, Gonzaga University, Spokane, WA) and J. Scott Patnode (Director, University Art Gallery, Gonzaga University) re invitation for Wayne to be a visiting artist in spring semester, 1993; Jeanette Kirishian re Wayne's visit and Northridge earthquake (1994 January 22)
Box 44, Folder 13

Museum of North Orange County. 1980.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Lauralyn Eschner (Curator, Museum Association of North Orange County, Fullerton, CA) re loan of Wayne's work for exhibition, "Printmaking: Processes/Innovations" from 1980 March 17-August 8.
Box 44, Folder 14

Mountain View Show Rachel Lozzi. 1999.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Rachele Lozzi (Rachele Lozzi Fine Art, Los Angeles, CA) re including Wayne's work in exhibition, "The Decade Show: The Pasadena Art Museum 1949-1959 Revisited" at the Mountainview Gallery, Altadena, CA; also includes loan agreement form, shipping invoice, insurance claim documents for damage incurred to Wayne's print while on loan, and video release form.
 

Subseries 3: Panel. 1998-1999.

Scope and Content Note

This subseries includes correspondence regarding Wayne's participation on various panels for cultural and arts- related programs held at Cal Arts, the California Arts Association, UCLA Armand Hammer Museum of Art, and USC Annenberg School for Communication.

Processing Information

Includes materials from the July 2012 addition.
Box 200, Folder 17

Cal Arts. 1991-1999.

Language of Material: English
Box 200, Folder 18

California Arts Association -- Foster, Barbara. 2008-2009.

Language of Material: English
Box 43, Folder 11

UCLA Hammer Panel Sunshine/Noir Oct. 26, '98. 1998.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Ruth E. Iskin (Head of Visual Arts, University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) Extension), Susan Park, Hunter Drohojowska-Philp (Program Coordinator), and Henry Hopkins (Director, UCLA Hammer) re Wayne's participation in panel discussion, "The Beat Goes On: L.A. from the '50s to the mid '60s" for the program, "From the Beat Generation to the Millenium--Conversations on Art in L.A." (presented by the UCLA Armand Hammer Museum of Art and Cultural Center in Association with UCLA Extension, 1998 October 26 at the Geffen Playhouse, Westwood, CA)
Box 44, Folder 5

University of Southern California. 1999.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Martha Harris (Vice President, University Public Relations, University of Southern California (USC)) re Wayne's participation on panel for symposium, "What's Art Got to Do With It? Power, Commerce and Community in the New Los Angeles" (USC Annenberg School for Communication, 1998 February 26.)
 

Subseries 4: Trip. 1995-1998.

Scope and Content Note

This subseries includes correspondence with friends and staff of the Bibliothèque nationale de France regarding Wayne's travels to Paris.
Box 43, Folder 7

Bouret, Claude & Blondine. 1995, 1996, 1997.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents re Wayne's trip to Paris include: Carole Bernstein; Helen and Mario; Laure Beaumont-Maillet (Director, Department of Prints and Photographs, Bibliothèque nationale de France, Paris); Arsene Bonafous-Murat (print dealer, Paris); Emmanuel Pernaud (direction des collections spécialisées, Bibliothèque nationale); Albert Roncey; Jörge de Sousa (l'atelier Point & Marge, Créteil, France); Andrée Vilar; Zuka and Tim; also includes Bonafous-Murat catalogue of prints, "L'Art de la Lithographie" (1994 October.)
Box 43, Folder 8

Bouret, Claude & Blondine. 1995, 1997, 1998.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents re Wayne's trip to Paris include: Devorah [Boxer] and Serge [Goldberg]; Claude Bouret; Marie Creve-Coeur; Marcel and Emilienne Durassier; Laure Beaumont-Maillet (Director, Department of Prints and Photographs, Bibliothèque nationale de France, Paris); Marie-Cécile Miessner (Bibliothèque nationale); also includes Bonafous-Murat catalogues of prints, "Jürgen Stimpfig Gravures 1990-1997" (1998 March) and "Estampes" (1998 May.)
 

Subseries 5: Datebooks. 1952-2011.

Language of Material: English

Organization and Arrangement

This subseries is arranged chronologically.

Scope and Content

This subseries includes Wayne’s annual datebooks, with information pertaining to personal and professional events, contacts, and notes. A number of years have multiple datebooks--1955 (2), 1959 (2), 1965 (3), and 1969 (2)--as well as a number of years without datebooks--1953, 1954, 1958, and 1960. Also included is a notebook with contacts and notes for 1997.

Processing Information

Includes materials from the July 2012 addition.
Box 192

Datebooks. 1952-2011.

Box 193

Datebooks. 1952-2011.

 

Series 7: Press and Publications. 1935-2011.

Language of Material: English

Organization and Arrangement

This series is organized into two subseries: Press and Exhibition Materials. Material within each subseries is arranged chronologically.

Scope and Content

This series includes press, publications, and other documentation regarding Wayne’s participation in exhibitions, public discussions of Wayne’s philosophies on art and rights, and her work with the Tamarind Lithography Workshop.

Processing Information

Includes materials from the July 2012 addition.
 

Subseries 1: Press. 1935-2011.

Language of Material: English

Scope and Content

This subseries includes announcements, articles, and reviews related to Wayne’s participation in exhibitions, as well as articles discussing Wayne’s concerns about artists’ rights, the gender disparity in art criticism, and the magnitude of Wayne’s influence in the arts and lithography, particularly as the founder of the Tamarind Lithography Workshop.
Box 168, Folder 1

1935. 1936.

Box 168, Folder 2

1940. 1940.

Box 168, Folder 3, Box 186, Folder 1

1950. 1950.

Box 186, Folder 2, Box 168, Folder 4

1951. 1951.

Box 168, Folder 5

1952. 1952.

Box 168, Folder 6

1953. 1953.

Box 168, Folder 7

1954. 1954.

Box 168, Folder 8

1955. 1955.

Box 168, Folder 9

1957. 1957.

Box 168, Folder 10

1958. 1958.

Box 168, Folder 11

1959. 1959.

Box 168, Folder 12

1960. 1960.

Box 168, Folder 13

1961. 1961.

Box 167, Folder 4

1962. 1962.

Box 169, Folder 1

1963. 1963.

Box 169, Folder 2

1964. 1964.

Box 169, Folder 3

1965. 1965.

Box 169, Folder 4

1966. 1966.

Box 169, Folder 5

1967. 1967.

Box 169, Folder 6, Folder 7, Box 167, Folder 5

1969. 1969.

Box 170, Folder 1, Folder 2, Box 167, Folder 6

1970. 1970.

Box 170, Folder 3

1971. 1971.

Box 174, Folder 1, Box 170, Folder 4, Folder 5

1972. 1972.

Box 171, Folder 1, Folder 2, Box 174, Folder 2

1973. 1973.

Box 171, Folder 3, Folder 4, Box 174, Folder 3

1974. 1974.

Box 174, Folder 4, Box 186, Folder 3

1975. 1975.

Box 174, Folder 5, Box 183, Folder 3

1976. 1976.

Box 171, Folder 5

1977. 1977.

Box 172, Folder 1

1978. 1978.

Box 172, Folder 2, Box 183, Folder 4

1979. 1979.

Box 172, Folder 3, Folder 4, Box 174, Folder 6

1980. 1980.

Box 172, Folder 5

1981. 1981.

Box 173, Folder 1, Box 174, Folder 7

1982. 1982.

Box 173, Folder 2, Box 175, Folder 1

1983. 1983.

Box 175, Folder 2

1984. 1984.

Box 173, Folder 3

1985. 1985.

Box 173, Folder 4

1986. 1986.

Box 173, Folder 5, Box 186, Folder 4

1987. 1987.

Box 175, Folder 3

1988. 1988.

Box 175, Folder 4

1989. 1989.

Box 175, Folder 5, Box 173, Folder 6

1990. 1990.

Box 173, Folder 7

1991. 1991.

Box 175, Folder 6

1992. 1992.

Box 173, Folder 8

1993. 1993.

Box 175, Folder 7

1994. 1994.

Box 175, Folder 8

1995. 1995.

Box 178, Folder 1

1996. 1996.

Box 176, Folder 1, Box 178, Folder 2

1997. 1997.

Box 176, Folder 2

1998. 1998.

Box 176, Folder 3, Folder 4

1999. 1999.

Box 178, Folder 3

2000. 2000.

Box 176, Folder 5

2001. 2001.

Box 176, Folder 6

2002. 2002.

Box 178, Folder 4

2003. 2003.

Box 176, Folder 7

2004. 2004.

Box 177, Folder 1

2005. 2005.

Box 178, Folder 5

2006. 2006.

Box 178, Folder 6

2007. 2007.

Box 178, Folder 7

2008. 2008.

Box 184, Folder 1

2009. 2009.

Box 184, Folder 2

2010. 2010.

Box 177, Folder 2

2011. 2011.

 

Subseries 2: Exhibition Materials. 1951-2010.

Language of Material: English

Scope and Content

This subseries includes materials related to Wayne’s domestic and international participation in both gallery and museum exhibitions. Types of materials include exhibition catalogues, gallery mailers, press releases, and exhibition checklists.
Box 177, Folder 3

1951. 1951.

Box 177, Folder 4

1952. 1952.

Box 177, Folder 5

1953. 1953.

Box 177, Folder 6

1954. 1954.

Box 177, Folder 7

1955. 1955.

Box 177, Folder 8

1956. 1956.

Box 177, Folder 9

1958. 1958.

Box 177, Folder 10

1959. 1959.

Box 177, Folder 11

1960. 1960.

Box 177, Folder 12

1961. 1961.

Box 177, Folder 13

1962. 1962.

Box 179, Folder 1

1963. 1963.

Box 179, Folder 2

1964. 1964.

Box 179, Folder 3

1965. 1965.

Box 184, Folder 3

1966. 1966.

Box 179, Folder 4

1967. 1967.

Box 184, Folder 4

1968. 1968.

Box 179, Folder 5

1969. 1969.

Box 179, Folder 6

1970. 1970.

Box 184, Folder 5, Box 179, Folder 7

1971. 1971.

Box 184, Folder 6

1972. 1972.

Box 184, Folder 7

1973. 1973.

Box 179, Folder 8

1974. 1974.

Box 180, Folder 1

1975. 1975.

Box 180, Folder 2

1976. 1976.

Box 185, Folder 1

1977. 1977.

Box 180, Folder 3

1978. 1978.

Box 180, Folder 4, Box 186, Folder 5

1980. 1980.

Box 180, Folder 5

1981. 1981.

Box 180, Folder 6

1982. 1982.

Box 180, Folder 7, Folder 8

1983. 1983.

Box 180, Folder 9

1984. 1984.

Box 180, Folder 10

1985. 1985.

Bin 185, Folder 2

1986. 1986.

Box 181, Folder 1

1987. 1987.

Box 181, Folder 2, Box 186, Folder 6

1988. 1988.

Box 181, Folder 3

1989. 1989.

Box 181, Folder 4

1990. 1990.

Box 186, Folder 7, Box 181, Folder 5

1991. 1991.

Box 181, Folder 6

1993. 1993.

Box 181, Folder 7

1994. 1994.

Box 181, Folder 8

1995. 1995.

Box 181, Folder 9

1996. 1996.

Box 181, Folder 10

1997. 1997.

Box 182, Folder 1

1998. 1998.

Box 182, Folder 2

1999. 1999.

Box 182, Folder 3

2000. 2000.

Box 182, Folder 4

2001. 2001.

Box 182, Folder 5

2002. 2002.

Box 182, Folder 6

2003. 2003.

Box 182, Folder 7

2004. 2004.

Box 182, Folder 8

2005. 2005.

Box 182, Folder 9

2006. 2006.

Box 182, Folder 10

2007. 2007.

Box 182, Folder 11

2008. 2008.

Box 183, Folder 1

2009. 2009.

Box 183, Folder 2

2010. 2010.

 

Series 8: Tamarind Lithography Workshop. 1959-1975.

Language of Material: English

Organization and Arrangement

This series is organized into four subseries: Project Proposals and Reports; Annual Progress Reports; Grant Extensions; and Publications. Material within each subseries is arranged chronologically.

Scope and Content

This series includes reports and publications that document the development of the Tamarind Lithography Workshop and its educational outreach.

Processing Information

Includes materials from the July 2012 addition.
 

Subseries 1: Project Proposals and Reports. 1959-1973.

Scope and Content

This subseries includes project proposals and reports undertaken by the Tamarind Lithography Workshop. These projects pertain primarily to the enhancement of the state of lithography in the United States, as well as a project to develop an archive for the Tamarind Lithography Workshop.
Box 186, Folder 8

To Restore the Art of the Lithograph in the United States. 1959.

Box 186, Folder 9

Operation Cornerstone. 1965.

Box 186, Folder 10

Summary Report of the Tamarind Archives Project. 1973.

 

Subseries 2: Annual Progress Reports. 1960-1974.

Scope and Content

This subseries includes progress reports prepared for the Division of Humanities and the Arts of the Ford Foundation by June Wayne for the Tamarind Lithography Workshop. The annual progress reports consist of program, cash flow, and budgetary planning; audit reports; lists of fellowship and grant recipients; and photographs.
Box 186, Folder 11

To Restore the Art of the Lithograph in the United States. 1960 April-1962 June.

Box 186, Folder 12

Progress Report, October 1962-1963: Financial Source and Distribution Analysis (Part Actual-Part Estimated). 1962 October-1963 October.

Box 187, Folder 1

Progress Report, October 1963-1964: Financial Source and Distribution Analysis (Part Actual-Part Estimated). 1963 October-1964 October.

Box 187, Folder 2

Progress Report, October 1964-1965: Financial Source and Distribution Analysis (Part Actual-Part Estimated). 1964 October-1965 October.

Box 187, Folder 3

Annual Report on Tamarind. 1964 December-1965 November.

Box 187, Folder 4

Progress Report. 1965-1966.

Box 188, Folder 1

Progress Report. 1966 October-1967 October.

Box 188, Folder 2

Progress Report. 1967 October 1-1968 September 30.

Box 188, Folder 3

Tamarind: Homage to Lithography - Progress Report. 1968-1969.

Box 188, Folder 4

The Tamarind Decade - Progress Report. 1969-1970.

Box 189, Folder 1

The Tamarind Book of Lithography: Art and Techniques - Progress Report. 1970 October-1971 October.

Box 189, Folder 2

The Tamarind Book of Lithography: Art and Techniques - Progress Report. 1971-1972.

Box 189, Folder 3

Progress Report. 1972-1973.

Box 189, Folder 4

Final Progress Report. 1973 October-1974 September 30.

 

Subseries 3: Grant Extensions. 1963-1975.

Scope and Content

This subseries includes applications for grant extensions prepared for the Division of Humanities and the Arts of the Ford Foundation by June Wayne for the Tamarind Lithography Workshop. The grant extensions consist of program, operational, and budgetary proposals.
Box 189, Folder 5

A Plan, A Budget, A Request: For a Three Year Extension of Support by the Ford Foundation. 1963-1966.

Box 189, Folder 6

A Request for a 4 1/2 Year Grant Extension (1965-1970) at $200,000 per Year. 1965-1970.

Box 189, Folder 7

A Proposal, A Plan, A Request. 1970-1975.

 

Subseries 4: Publications. 1958-1972.

Language of Material: English

Scope and Content

This subseries includes publications produced and distributed by the Tamarind Lithography Workshop, ranging from studies on the economic aspects of a lithography workshop to that of the gender disparity of artists in art editorials.
Box 183, Folder 5

Paper, by Quentin Fiore. 1958.

Box 183, Folder 6

Tamarind Manual of Style and Usage. circa 1960-1969.

Box 183, Folder 7

Do You Have a Print Storage Problem?. circa 1960-1969.

Box 183, Folder 8

A Study of the Economic Aspects of a Lithography Workshop. 1963 June.

Box 183, Folder 9

A Study of the Marketing of the Original Print. 1964 May.

Box 183, Folder 10

A Management Study of an Art Gallery. 1966 March.

Box 183, Folder 11

How a Lithograph is Made - and How Much It Costs. 1966.

Box 183, Folder 12

Paper Register Device and Paper Notcher. 1967.

Box 183, Folder 13

Acquiring an Inventory of Original Prints. 1968.

Box 183, Folder 14

About Tamarind. 1969.

Box 183, Folder 15

Business Methods for a Lithography Workshop. 1970.

Box 166, Folder 11

A Definitive List of Chops Used on Tamarind Lithographs. 1970 July .

Box 166, Folder 12

Safety and Fitness for the Art of Lithography. 1970 August.

Box 166, Folder 13

The Beauty and Longevity of an Original Print Depends Greatly on the Paper that Supports It. 1970 August.

Box 166, Folder 14

On Defining an Original Print. 1972.

Box 166, Folder 15

Sex Differentials in Art Exhibition Reviews. 1972.

 

Series 9: Photographs. 1911-2011.

Language of Material: English

Organization and Arrangement

Wayne organized her photographs by date and often by photographer. This organization has been maintained.

Scope and Content

The photographs in this series include pictures of Wayne’s family and friends, photographs of openings and events, and publicity and portrait photography for Wayne and the Tamarind Workshop. See the content note for detailed descriptions of the events and people shown in the images within specific folders.

Processing Information

Includes materials from the May and July 2012 additions.
Box 108, Folder 1

Photographs. 1911-1912.

Scope and Content

3 original photographs, 3 digital print reproductions.
Photographs picture Dorothy Kline, Paul Kline, and Rudy Edelson.
Box 108, Folder 2

Photographs. 1914.

Scope and Content

5 original photographs, 1 digital print reproductions.
Photographs picture Dorothy Kline and Nathan Kline, including a group photograph in which he is featured.
Box 108, Folder 3

Photographs. 1915.

Scope and Content

2 original photographs.
Photographs picture Dorothy Kline and Frank Lakin.
Box 108, Folder 4

Photographs. 1916.

Scope and Content

58 original photographs of various smaller sizes (3.5 x 5.5" and smaller), 1 original 8 x 10" photograph, 1 original 7 x 11" photograph, 1 original 4 x 6" mounted photograph, 1 4 x 5" negative print.
Photographs predominantly picture Dorothy Kline and Helen Kline. Also included are photographs of their friends including Fritzie, Sam Holleb, Esther Plone, and Irving Plone.
Box 108, Folder 5

Photographs. 1917.

Scope and Content

1 original 8 x 10" photograph, 1 original 5 x 7" photograph, 7 original photographs of various smaller sizes (3.5 x 5.5" and smaller).
All photographs picture Helen Kline.
Box 108, Folder 6

Photographs. 1918.

Scope and Content

1 original 7.5 x 9.5" photograph, 2 8 x 10" digital prints, 1 photocopy, 21 original photographs of various smaller sizes (4 x 6" and smaller).
Photographs picture June Wayne (June Claire Kline), Dorothy Kline, Nathan Kline, Florence Kline, Chuck Kline and Helen Kline.
Box 108, Folder 7

Photographs. 1919.

Scope and Content

3 8.5 x 11" digital prints, 3 original 5 x 7" photographs, 11 small original photographs of various size (2.5 x 4" and smaller).
Photographs picture June Wayne, Dorothy and Helen Kline, and other unidentified friends or family. Includes a photograph titled, "June's Baby Doll Party" which was taken at Wayne's 1st birthday party.
Box 108, Folder 8

Photographs. 1920.

Scope and Content

3 8.5 x 11" digital prints, 4 photocopies, 3 4 x 5" negative prints, 3 original 3 x 5" photographs.
Photographs picture June Wayne, Dorothy Kline, Helen Kline, Chuck Kline, Reba Mallis, Leroy "Bootsie" Ginsberg, Celia Ginsberg, and David Ginsberg. Includes a photograph of Wayne's 2nd birthday party.
Box 108, Folder 9

Photographs. 1921.

Scope and Content

1 8 x 10" digital print, 1 8.5 x 11" digital print, 1 original 6.5 x 8.5" photograph, 3 negative prints (2 4 x 5" and 1 5 x 7").
Photographs picture June Wayne and Florence Kline. Photographs were taken in Chicago, IL.
Box 108, Folder 10

Photographs. 1922.

Scope and Content

1 original 8 x 10" photograph, 2 4 x 5" negative prints, 6 original 2.75 x 4.5" photographs.
Photographs picture June Wayne, Dorothy Kline, and Neil Holleb. Many of the photographs are identified as being taken in Chicago.
Box 108, Folder 11

Photographs. 1923.

Scope and Content

1 original 9 x 12" photograph, 5 4 x 5" negative prints.
Photographs picture June Wayne and Paul Kline.
Box 108, Folder 12

Photographs. 1924.

Scope and Content

10 small original photographs of various sizes (4 x 6" and smaller), 1 4.5 x 6.25" digital print.
Photographs picture June Wayne, Addie Holleb, Florence Kline, Dorothy Kline, Arthur Edelstein, and Lee Lakin.
Box 108, Folder 13

Photographs. 1925.

Scope and Content

8 8.5 x 11" digital prints (2 sheets have 2 prints per page), 1 4 x 5" negative print, 1 transparency.
Photographs of June Wayne, Florence Kline, Chuck Kline, and Fanny Lakin.
Box 108, Folder 14

Photographs. 1926.

Scope and Content

4 small original photographs of various sizes (3.25 x 5" and smaller), 1 5.75 x 8.5" digital print.
Photgraphs picture June Wayne, Dorothy Kline, Florence Kline, Anna Lakin Edelstein, Sam Holleb, Addie Holleb, Marshall Holleb, and Chuck Holleb.
Box 108, Folder 15

Photographs. 1927.

Scope and Content

18 small original photographs of various sizes (2.75 x 4.5" and smaller), 8 digital prints (1 sheet has 2 prints per page).
Photographs picture June Wayne, Florence Kline, Neil Holleb, Sally Holleb, Charley Holleb, Julia Holleb, and Chuck Holleb. Many of the photographs are labeled as being taken in Racine, WI.
Box 108, Folder 16

Photographs. 1928.

Scope and Content

15 small original photographs of vairous sizes (2.75 x 4.5" and smaller), 2 digital prints (7 x 7.75" and 7 x 7.5").
Photographs picture June Wayne, Julia Holleb, Florence Kline, Neil Holleb, Charles Holleb, Bobby Holleb, Sally Holleb, Helen Holleb, Hank Plone, and Sam Holleb.
Box 108, Folder 17

Photographs. 1930.

Scope and Content

11 small original photographs of various sizes (2.75 x 4.5" and smaller), 2 original 8 x 10" photographs.
Photographs picture June Wayne, Dorothy Kline, Helen Holleb, Fanny Lakin, Sally Holleb, Florence Kline, Irving Plone, and performers of Avondale Home Economics Club.
Box 108, Folder 18

Photographs. 1932.

Scope and Content

3 original 2.75 x 4.5" photographs, 1 photograph of similar size in souvenir cardboard frame.
Photographs picture June Wayne, Anna Lakin Edestein, Florence Kline, Sam Holleb, Neil Holleb, and Sally Holleb.
Box 108, Folder 19

Photographs. 1934.

Scope and Content

1 original 2.75 x 4.5" photograph, 1 original 2.5 x 3" photograph, 3 8.5 x 11" digital prints (2 sheets have 2 prints per page).
Photographs picture June Wayne, Helen Holleb, Ray Lakin, Sally Holleb, and Sam Holleb.
Box 108, Folder 20

Photographs. 1935.

Scope and Content

1 original 3 x 4" photograph.
Photograph pictures Harry Wick.
Box 108, Folder 21

Photographs. 1936.

Scope and Content

1 original 3.25 x 4.5" photograph.
Photograph pictures Irving Plone.
Box 108, Folder 22

Photographs. 1937.

Scope and Content

1 original 2.5 x 2.75" photograph.
Photograph pictures Tommy Kline.
Box 108, Folder 23

Photographs. 1938.

Scope and Content

2 orginal 5 x 7" photographs, 1 7.5 x 10" photograph.
Photographs picture Harry Wicks and George Wayne.
Box 108, Folder 24

Photographs. 1939.

Scope and Content

2 original 8 x 10" photographs, 1 8.5 x 11" digital print (with 2 prints on it).
Photographs picture Sally Holleb, Eileen Lakin, Lila Lakin, Neil Holleb, Chuck Holleb, Charles Holleb, Bert, Frank and Ray Lakin, Julie Kline, and Chuck Kline.
Box 108, Folder 25

Photographs. 1940.

Scope and Content

1 original 8 x 10" photograph, 8 original photographs of various smaller sizes (3.5 x 6" and smaller).
Photographs picture June Wayne, Helen Holleb, Sam Holeb, Sally Elman, Anna Lakin Edestein, Florence Lakin Kline, Leah London, Milton London, Barbara Kline, Tom Kline, Esther Plone, George Wayne, and Dorothy Kline.
Box 109, Folder 1

Photographs -- photographer Max Yavno. 1940.

Scope and Content

14 4 x 5.25" photographs, 26 8 x 10" photographs, 1 10 x 10" photograph.
Photographs shot of June Wayne as portraits. Most of the photographs were shot in June Wayne's studio.
Box 109, Folder 2

Photographs. 1941.

Scope and Content

1 3.5 x 5" photograph, 1 4 x 5" negative print, 1 ID photograph.
Photographs picture Harry Wicks, George Wayne, and Dorothy Kline. Also includes Henry Plone's freshman ID card from Temple University.
Box 109, Folder 3

Photographs. 1942.

Scope and Content

4 8 x 10" photographs, 1 8 x 10" digital print, 1 5 x 7" photograph, 1 6 x 8" photograph mounted on cardboard, 1 3.5 x 6" photograph mounted on paper, 19 original photographs of various smaller sizes (3 x 5" and smaller).
Photographs picture June Wayne, Florence Kline, Helen Holleb, Tom Kline, Dorothy Kline, Clara Kline, Barbara Kline, Paul Kline, Ann Brill, Ellen Bloom, Leah London, Milton London, Harold Frank Jacobson, and Sally Holleb.
Box 109, Folder 4

Photographs. 1943.

Scope and Content

1 8 x 10" photograph, 1 5 x 7" photograph, 1 6 x 8.5" digital print, 20 photographs of various smaller sizes (3 x 5" and smaller).
Photographs picture June Wayne, Abe Aaron, Sylvia Grales, Dorothy Kline, Helen Holleb, Florence Kline, Sally Holleb, Judy Holleb, Elaine Elman.
Box 109, Folder 5

Photographs. 1944.

Scope and Content

1 8 x 10" photograph, 1 5 x 7" photograph, 30 photographs of various smaller sizes (4 x 6" and smaller).
Photographs picture June Wayne, Robin Wayne, Hellen Holleb, George Wayne, Izzy Wayne, Barbara Kline, Tommy Kline, and Otto Neurneth. Also includes a USRRA Special Services playbill.
Box 109, Folder 6

Photographs. 1945.

Scope and Content

1 5 x 7" photograph, 2 photographs of various smaller sizes (3 x 5" and smaller).
Photographs picture Robin Wayne and Ann Brill.
Box 109, Folder 7

Photographs. 1946.

Scope and Content

1 8 x 10" digital print, 1 photocopy, 1 8 x 10" photograph, 1 5 x 7" photograph, 19 3 x 5" photographs, 10 photographs of various smaller sizes (2.5 x 3.5" and smaller).
Photographs picture June Wayne, George Wayne, Robin Wayne, Sally Holleb, Florence Kline, Dorothy Kline, Helen Holleb, Pearl, Buddy Elman, Judy Zane, Sharon Zane, and Hank Plone.
Box 109, Folder 8

Photographs. 1947.

Scope and Content

1 5x8.5" photograph, 1 5x7" photograph, 5 3x5" photographs, 2 smaller photographs, and 2 photographs mounted to cardboard.
Photographs picture June Wayne, Robin Wayne, Izzy Wayne, Sally Elman, Buddy Elman, Pearlie, Ynez Johnston, Aerol Arnold and Dorothy Kline.
Box 109, Folder 9

Photographs. 1948.

Scope and Content

2 8x10" photographs, 1 3x5" photograph, and 4 smaller photographs of various size.
Photographs picture Dorothy Kline, Tommy Kline, Barbara Kline, Florence Kline, Peter Pollock, Robin Wayne, Harry Wicks, Sam Holleb and Helen Holleb.
Box 109, Folder 10

Photographs. 1949.

Scope and Content

2 8x10" photographs, 10 3x5" photographs, 1 3x4" photograph, and 1 small cutout.
Photographs picture June Wayne, Robin Wayne, George Wayne, Dorothy Kline, Florence Kline, Izzy Wayne and others.
Box 109, Folder 11

Photographs. 1950.

Scope and Content

5 8 x 10" photographs, 4 5 x 7" photographs, 15 photographs of various smaller sizes (3 x 5" and smaller), 2 strips of contact sheet.
Photographs picture June Wayne, Robin Wayne, Sam Holleb, Dorothy Kline, Florence Kline, Sally Elman, Freddie Elman, Helen Holleb, Karen Van Deyden, Ernest Van Deyden, Marge Nemeth, George Wayne, Francesco di Coco, Esther Bear, Mary Steel, Josephine Kantor, and Eva Wayne.
Box 109, Folder 12

Photographs. 1951.

Scope and Content

2 8 x 10" photographs, 3 contact sheets, 1 3 x 5" Kodachrome.
Photographs picture George Wayne, Robin Wayne, and Donald Rear. Also includes 2 photographs of June Wayne's home on Londonderry Place taken by Julius Shulman.
Box 109, Folder 13

Photographs. 1952.

Scope and Content

1 8 x 10" photograph, 2 large photographs of various sizes, 8 5 x 7" photographs, 1 3 x 4.25" Kodachrome, 1 3 x 5" mounted photograph, 12 photographs of various smaller sizes (3 x 5" and smaller ), 2 contact sheets.
Photographs picture June Wayne, Robin Wayne, Helen Wurdeman, Judy Kane, Molly Lemon, Los Angeles Art Association: You and Modern Art discussion class, Helen Reynolds, Florence Kline, and George Wayne, Jacob Cimpel, Mimi Lee Cobb, Dan Feder, Ruth Feder, Judy Beilin, Harry Beilin, Rita Morrison, Lester Morrison, Cornelia Runyon, June Wayne, Tony Rosenthal, Halina Rosenthal, Carlos Merida, and Peter Pollock.
Box 109, Folder 14

Photographs -- photographer Don Briggs. 1952.

Scope and Content

5 8 x 10" photographs, 1 contact sheet, 2 photocopies with notes.
Photographs picture June Wayne in her studio.
Box 109, Folder 15

Photographs -- photographer Richard Fish. 1952.

Scope and Content

5 8 x 10" photographs, 1 contact sheet, 1 photocopy with notes.
Photograph pictures June Wayne at drafting table.
Box 109, Folder 16

Photographs. 1953.

Scope and Content

1 8 x 10" photograph, 1 5 x 7" photograph, 2 3 x 5" photographs, 1 3 x 3" photograph.
Photographs picture June Wayne, Cornelia Runyon, Rita Morrison, Harry Beilin, Lester Morrison, George Wayne, Judy Beilin, Beulah Roth, Dorothy Kline, Helen Holleb, and Jules Langsner.
Box 109, Folder 17

Photographs -- photographer Fritz Taggert. 1954.

Scope and Content

1 8 x 10" photograph (mounted on museum board).
Photographs picture June Wayne in her studio.
Box 109, Folder 18

Photographs. 1954.

Scope and Content

1 3 x 5" photograph.
Photograph pictures Cornelia Runyon.
Box 109, Folder 19

Photographs. 1955.

Scope and Content

2 8 x 10" photograph, 3 3.5 x 5" photographs, 8 3.5 x 3.5" photographs, 1 5 x 7" photograph with mat board frame.
Photographs picture June Wayne, Dorothy Kline, Freddi Elman, Helen Holleb, Lottie Wexler, and Lyman Harrison.
Box 109, Folder 20

Photographs -- photographer Seldon Rodman. 1956.

Scope and Content

3 8x10" photographs, 1 3.5x3.5" photograph.
Photographs picture June Wayne in front of Watts Towers.
Box 109, Folder 21

Photographs. 1956.

Scope and Content

1 2.75 x 3.75" photograph.
Photograph pictures Lottie Wexler and Dorothy Kline.
Box 109, Folder 23

Photographs. 1957.

Scope and Content

5 5 x 7" photographs (2 of which are mounted on mat boards), 1 8 x 10" photograph, 1 2 x 3" photograph, 1 4 x 5" negative print.
Photographs picture June Wayne, George Wayne, Rico LaBrun, Dorothy Kline, She Kaplan, Iona Kaplan, and Sam Jaffee (Dorothy Kline's boss at Bien Jolie).
Box 109, Folder 23

Photographs. 1958-1959.

Scope and Content

1 3 x 5" photograph, 1 5 x 7" photograph.
Photographs picture Cornelia Runyon and Abby Plone.
Box 109, Folder 24

Photographs -- photographer Daniel Ross. 1960.

Scope and Content

13 8 x 10" photographs, 2 5 x 7" photograph.
Photographs picture Tamarind Workshop (Horak, Woelffer, Hollander, Treiman, and Funk), Dallas Museum of Contemporary Art opening, and June Wayne in her studio.
Box 110, Folder 1

Photographs. 1960.

Scope and Content

18 3 x 5" photographs, 16 photographs of various smaller sizes (3.5 x 5.5" and smaller), 1 5 x 7" photograph, 11 8 x 10" photographs, 1 photocollage mounted on board.
Photographs picture June Wayne, Lillian Lesser, Ebria Feinblatt, Garo Antresian, Jerry Nordland, Jake Zeitlin, Ernest Freed, Maurice Bloch, Joe Funk, Aubrey Schwartz, Eliot Elgart, Romas Viesulas, Clinton Adams, Fred Wight, Wright Morris, Fred Grunwald, Marge Nemeth, Gloria Stone, Jane Darvin, Florence Shoning, Helda Solomon, Mary Guggenheim, Florence Seeman, John Entenza, Horak, Hank Plone, and John Drury.
Box 110, Folder 2

Photographs. 1961.

Scope and Content

4 8 x 10" photographs, 1 5 x 7" photograph, 1 4.75 x 6.5" photograph, 42 photographs of various smaller sizes (3.5 x 5" and smaller).
Photographs picture June Wayne, Douglas Howell, William Brice, Lillian Lesser, and Kenneth Callahan, Bob Evermon, Charles White, Joe Funk, Tony Stoeveken, Don Kelley, Fred Genis, David Folkman, Allen Kaufman, Emerson Woelffer, Jim Eliot, Walter Gabrielson, Kenny Price, Richard Rapaport, Kinji Akagawa, Clifford Smith, and Donn Steward.
Box 110, Folder 3

Photographs. 1962.

Scope and Content

9 8 x 10" photographs, 3 photographs of various smaller sizes (3.5 x 3.5" and smaller), 2 slides.
Photographs picture June Wayne, Virginia Allan, Irwin Hollander, Susan Jonas, Robert Mallary, Douglass Macagy, Dallas Museum of Contemporary Art, A. Hyatt Mayor, Helen Plone, John Dowell, and Walter Gabrielson. Also included are two copies of a certificate from the City of Los Angeles honoring Wayne for her establishment of the Tamarind Lithography Workshop.
Box 110, Folder 4

Photographs. 1963.

Scope and Content

5 8 x 10" photographs, 5 pages photocopies, 1 7 x 9" photograph, 2 5 x 7" photographs, 6 3 x 5" photographs.
Photographs picture June Wayne, Marcel Durassier, Larsie Dowell, Jason Leese, Susan Jonas, John McLaughlin, Hank Plone, Emilieune Durassier, Albers Tyler, John Dowell, and an untitled Sam Francis lithograph.
Box 110, Folder 5

Photographs. 1964 December 26.

Scope and Content

9 4 x 5" negative prints, 2 4 x 5" photographs, 9 8 x 10" photographs, 7 contact sheets, 4 2 x 2" photographs.
Photographs picture June Wayne and Hank Plone wedding.
Box 110, Folder 6

Photographs. 1964-1965.

Scope and Content

12 8 x 10" photographs, 1 6.5 x 9.75" photograph, 1 7 x 9" photograph, 1 5 x 7" photograph, 8 photographs of various smaller sizes (4 x 5" and smaller).
Photographs picture June Wayne, Nicolas Krushenick, Herb Fox, Cliff Smith, Edward Weiss, Walter Gabrielson, Josef Albers, Ken Taylor, John Dowell, Sonia Gechtoff, Aris Koutroulis, James Kelly, Ken Tyler, Rufino Tamayo, Hank Plone, Dick Wray, Enid Gleich, Morty Gleich. Most of the photographs were taken at the Tamarind Workshop.
Box 110, Folder 7

Photographs -- photographer Don Briggs. 1964.

Scope and Content

8 8 x 10" photographs, 1 contact sheet.
Photographs picture June Wayne in her studio.
Box 110, Folder 8

Photographs. 1966.

Scope and Content

1 8 x 10" photograph, 5 3.25 x 4.5" photographs, 1 3.5 x 3.5" photograph.
Photographs picture June Wayne in her studio; Wayne giving a lecture at St. Francis Hotel; and Hank Plone.
Box 110, Folder 9

Photographs. 1967.

Scope and Content

1 8 x 10" photograph, 1 8 x 10" negative prints, 2 4x4" photograph, 26 photographs of various smaller sizes (3 x 5" and smaller).
Photographs picture June Wayne, Mario Avati, Harvy Roman, Zita Rogan, Maryan ?, Cliff Smith, Fred Genis, David Borajas, Hank Plone, Amy Baker, Kenny Price, Bernie Blecha, Betty Fiske, Joe Pomodoro, Norma Neiman, Maurice Bloch, Kelly Lozingot, and Don Kelly. Also includes an invitation to a memorial service for Una E. Johnson, Curator of Prints and Drawings at the Brooklyn Museum of Art.
Box 110, Folder 10

Photographs. 1968.

Scope and Content

3 8 x 10" photographs, accompanying documents, 1 contact sheet.
Photographs picture June Wayne and the newly constructed building at 1108 Tamarind. Documents include assignment to 30% ownership in Hollywood Montedge Associates.
Box 110, Folder 11

Photographs. circa 1968.

Scope and Content

6 8x10" photographs.
Photographs of furniture design to hold prints in flat files but still function as attractive home furnishings.
Box 110, Folder 12

Photographs. 1968.

Scope and Content

1 8.5 x 11" digital print, 16 8 x 10" photographs, 3 8 x 10" negative prints, 5 5 x 7" photographs, 25 3.25 x 4.25" photographs, 3 photographs of various smaller sizes (4 x 5" and smaller).
Photographs picture June Wayne, Clifford Smith, Betty Fiske, Serge Lozingot, Anthony Sopka, Eugene Sturman, Edward Hughes, Manuel Fuentes, Theo Wujcik, Linda Shaffer, Robert Rogers, Norma Neiman, Lillian Lesser, Bonnie Barrett, Frank Akers, Judy Reilly, Caren Joseph, Ed Moses, Dan Socha, Jean Milant, Maurice Sanchez, Anthony Stoeveken, Arthur Plone, Jesse Reichek, Wayne's space at 1108 Tamarind, Matsumi Kanemitsu, Margo Leavin, Kanemitsu opening at Cal Arts Institute, Hank Plone, Francoise Gilot, Miles Tamarind Kelly, and Leon Polk Smith.
Box 110, Folder 13

Photographs. 1968.

Scope and Content

29 8 x 10" photographs, 1 7 x 9" photograph, 27 8 x 10" negative prints.
Photographs picture June Wayne, Hank Plone, and the Londonderry House.
Box 110, Folder 14

Photographs. 1969 February.

Scope and Content

6 8x10" photographs.
Photographs picture June Wayne, Esteban Vicente, Harold Rosenberg, and Rosenberg's birthday party.
Box 110, Folder 15

Photographs -- photographer Helen Miljakovich. 1969.

Scope and Content

3 8x10" photographs mounted on foam board.
Photographs picture June Wayne in her studio.
Box 110, Folder 16

Photographs -- photographer Ralph Gibson. 1969.

Scope and Content

37 8 x 10" negative prints, 1 35mm negative prints, 3 8 x 10" photographs.
Photographs picture June Wayne, Harry Westland, Mario Avati, Serge Lozingot. Most photographs were taken in the Tamarind Workshop studio and show Wayne using the stopcut technique.
Box 111, Folder 1

Photographs -- Four Stones (folder 1 of 2). 1969.

Scope and Content

65 3.5 x 5" photographs, 35mm and 110 mm negative prints, 10 8 x 10" negative prints, 1 5 x 8" negative print, 20 8 x 10" photographs.
Photographs picture Matsumi Kanemitsu, Serge Lozingot, June Wayne, Gene Sturman, producer Terry Sanders, and cinematographer Eric Daarstad, Alex Van der Kar, and the Tamarind Workshop during the filming of Four Stones.
Box 111, Folder 2

Photographs -- Four Stones (folder 2 of 2). 1969.

Scope and Content

5 5 x 7" photographs, 43 8 x 10" photographs.
Photographs picture Matsumi Kanemitsu, June Wayne, Serge Lozingot, Gene Sturman, Betty Fiske, producer Terry Sanders, and the Tamarind Workshop during the filming of Four Stones.
Box 111, Folder 3

Photographs -- photographer Helen Miljakovich. 1969.

Scope and Content

3 8 x 10" negative prints, 1 7 x 10" photograph, 20 8 x 10" photographs, 1 contact sheet, 35mm negative prints.
Photographs picture Manuel Fuentes, John Sommers, Bonnie Barrett, Serge Lozingot, June Wayne, Ed Ruscha, Gloria Cortelle, Jean Milant, and Hank Plone.
Box 111, Folder 4

Photographs -- Tamarind: Homage to Lithography at the Museum of Modern Art (photographer Jay F. Good). 1969 April 29.

Scope and Content

1 6.75 x 10" photograph, 2 8 x 10" photographs.
Photographs picture June Wayne at the Museum of Modern Art opening of Tamarind: Homage to Lithography, April 29, 1969.
Box 111, Folder 5

Photographs -- Music Chamber. 1969.

Scope and Content

6 8 x 10" photographs, 2 letters.
Photographs picture the Music Chamber, a stereophonic chair, in June Wayne's home. The photographs were intended to be used to in press releases about the chair and picture both June Wayne and an unidentified model.
Box 111, Folder 6

Photographs -- Selections from Twenty Years of Lithographs by June Wayne at the FAR Gallery. 1969 March 29.

Scope and Content

4 3.5x5" color photographs.
Photographs picture June Wayne and Mary Lou Baskett, Tom Jones at the opening for the exhibition, Selections from Twenty Years of Lithographs, at FAR Gallery in New York City.
Box 111, Folder 7

Photographs. 1969.

Scope and Content

4 8 x 10" photographs, 22 3.25 x 4.5" photographs, 1 4 x 5" photograph, 4 3.5 x 3.5" color photographs 1 8 x 10" negative print, 1 4 x 10" negative print, 1 4 x 5" negative print, 35 mm negative prints.
Photographs picture June Wayne, Salvador Bru, Ed Ruscha, John Levee, Hugh Townley, John Hunter, Sam Francis, Rafael Canogar, Don Kelly, Betty Fiske, Amy Baker, Don Kelley, Wayne Smith, Fred Genis, Donna, Emerson Woelffer, Mary Lou Baskett, Serge Lozingot, and Lilianna Lozingot.
Box 111, Folder 8

Photographs -- Lithographs from the Art of June Wayne exhibition at Cincinnati Art Museum. 1969 September 7-26.

Scope and Content

3 8x10" photographs.
Photographs are installation shots of the exhibition, Lithographs from the Art of June Wayne, at the Cincinnati Art Museum, September 7-28, 1969. Some water damage has occurred resulting in the waving of the photographs.
Box 111, Folder 9

Photographs. 1970.

Scope and Content

9 8 x 10" photographs, 4 5 x 7" photographs, 4 photographs of various smaller sizes (4 x 5 and smaller) 1 6.5 x 9.25" photograph, 4 4 x 5" negative prints, 35 mm negative prints with contact sheets.
Photographs picture June Wayne, Serge Lozingot, Ed Hamilton, Jim Woods, Linda Fagela, Nate Oliveira, Lloyd Rigler, Steve Davis, Jim Woods and his children, Saidee Grunwald and photographs from the opening of Burning Helix, Tamarind Decade party, and Kanemitsu's Champagne Cancellation.
Box 111, Folder 10

Photographs. 1970 May.

Scope and Content

4 8x10" photographs and 1 8x10" negative print.
Photographs picture June Wayne and Keith Berwick on the set of KCET's Speculation.
Box 111, Folder 11

Photographs. 1971.

Scope and Content

4 4x5" photographs.
Photographs picture Serge Lozingot, Matsumi Kanemitsu, William Law, June Wayne, Alice Woodrow, and Tom Stone. Also includes 1 8.5x11" advertisement with the Bill Plone.
Box 111, Folder 12

Photographs. 1972.

Scope and Content

4 3x5" color photographs, 4 3x5" black and white photographs, partial contact sheet mounted to board, 1 5x7" photograph, and 34 3.5x4.25" Polaroid photographs, 4 photographs mounted to board.
Photographs picture June Wayne, Art Harris, Hank Plone.
Box 111, Folder 13

Photographs -- KCET taping (photographer Betty Fiske). 1972.

Scope and Content

40 3.5 x 5" photographs, 15 8 x 10" photographs.
Photographs picture the set of the "June Wayne" series on KCET including images of June Wayne, Hank Plone, May Natalie Tabak, Ti-Grace Atkinson, Grace Glueck, Cal Slater, Mariko, Barbaralee Diamonstein, Art Seidenbaum, and Camilla Snyder.
Box 111, Folder 14

Photographs -- June Wayne exhibition at Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, Barnsdall Park (photographer Catherine Barrett). 1973 November 1-December 2.

Scope and Content

28 8 x 10" photographs, 24 8 x 10" negative prints.
Photographs are installation shots of June Wayne's exhibition at the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, Barnsdall Park, November 1 - December 2, 1973.
Box 112, Folder 1

Photographs -- June Wayne exhibition at Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, Barnsdall Park -- Opening Reception. 1973 October 30.

Scope and Content

37 8 x 10" photographs, 4 contact sheets.
Photographs were taken at the opening reception for the exhibition and picture June Wayne, Ken Ross, Nancy Reeves, Emerson Woelffer, Marta Feuchtwanger, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Fleishman, Dean Charles, Camilla Speroni, Pat Russell (then Councilwoman), Mr. and Mrs. Lorser Feitelson, Gordon Davidson, Marjorie Fassman, and Peggy Ross.
Box 112, Folder 2

Photographs. 1973.

Scope and Content

3 8 x 10" photographs, 6 5 x 7" photographs, 1 4 x 4" photograph, 110mm negative print, 9 contact sheets.
Photographs picture June Wayne on the set of her KCET series, Noemi Garm, Hank Plone, and Ariane Claire.
Box 112, Folder 3

Photographs -- photographer Rudd Brown. 1974.

Scope and Content

114 3.5 x 5" photographs, 5 contact sheets.
Photographs picture June Wayne, Ed Hamilton, Ariane Claire, Hank Plone and others. Photographs taken while Wayne and Hamilton were printing at Cirrus editions; at the Trieman party; during a television interview in San Francisco; in a meeting with David Wallace; at the California Film Institute; in Serge Lozingot's home; at the Van Doren Gallery in San Francisco; and in Wayne's home and studio. One series of photographs shows Wayne working on the cartoon for Grande Vigne Noir.
Box 112, Folder 4

Photographs -- photographer Julius Shulman. 1974.

Scope and Content

5 4 x 5" negative prints.
Shulman photographed June Wayne's home and her in the studio.
Box 112, Folder 5

Photographs -- June Wayne: An Exhibition of Lithographs and Tapestries at the Muckenthaler Cultural Center. 1974 August 31-October 6.

Scope and Content

5 8x10" photographs.
Photographs picture the opening as well as installation shots of the exhibition.
Box 112, Folder 6

Photographs. 1974.

Scope and Content

1 8 x 10" photograph, 1 contact sheet, 4 3.5 x 4.5" photographs, 1 5 x 7" photograph, 2 x 2" negative prints.
Photographs picture June Wayne, Andre Vilar, Pierre Daquin, Carole Bernstein, Joyce Treiman, Art Harris, Ariane Claire, Robin Wayne, and Hank Plone. Also includes negatives from Wayne on the set of her KCET series.
Box 112, Folder 7

Photographs. 1975.

Scope and Content

2 3 x 4" photographs, 18 3.5 x 3.5" photographs, 35mm negative prints, 1 9 x 11" photograph, 2 7.5 x 10" photographs, 2 x 2" negative prints.
Photographs picture June Wayne, Robin Wayne, Ariane Claire, Hank Plone, and negative prints of the cartoon for On Verra.
Box 112, Folder 8

Photographs -- Clipper Magazine. 1975.

Scope and Content

12 slides, 6 4 x 5" negative prints.
Photographs picture June Wayne in her home. See also oversize photographs.
Box 112, Folder 9

Photographs -- Art '76 Die International Kuntmesse at Hallen der Schweizer Mustermesse (Basil). 1976 June 16-21.

Scope and Content

4 contact sheets and 35mm negative prints.
Photographs are of installation views of the exhibition and of June Wayne and Hank Plone.
Box 112, Folder 10

Photographs. 1976.

Scope and Content

12 3 x 5" photographs, 1 8 x 10" photograph, 1 8 x 8" photograph.
Photographs picture June Wayne and Shawn Dorfman.
Box 112, Folder 11

Photographs -- docents of Palm Springs Museum visit. 1977 November 2.

Scope and Content

32 8 x 10" photographs.
Photographs were taken during a docent visit to the June Wayne studio and home. The photographs show the various participants touring the studio as well as June Wayne showing and speaking about her work.
Box 112, Folder 12

Photographs -- Institute of Molecular Biology at the University of California, Los Angeles. 1977.

Scope and Content

4 8 x 10" photographs, 2 contact sheets, 1 photocopy (2 prints per sheet).
Photographs picture June Wayne, Lloyd Rigler, and Paul Boyer, the then vice chancellor of University of California, Los Angeles, at the installation of one of her tapestries and DNA prints at the Institute for Molecular Biology at UCLA.
Box 112, Folder 13

Photographs. 1977.

Scope and Content

1 3.5 x 3.5" photograph, 1 contact sheet, and 35mm negative prints.
Photographs picture Bruge and the Wayne residence.
Box 112, Folder 14

Photographs -- Catalog One exhibition at Rubicon Gallery. 1977.

Scope and Content

1 contact sheet and 35mm negative prints.
Photographs are installation shots of the exhibition.
Box 112, Folder 15

Photographs -- June Wayne: Paintings, Tapestries, Lithographs at Montgomery Gallery, Pomona College. 1978 November 5-1979 February 11.

Scope and Content

4 contact sheets, 35mm negative prints and 28 slides.
Photographs are installation shots of the exhibition.
Box 112, Folder 16

Photographs. 1979.

Scope and Content

6 8 x 10" photographs, 7 3.5 x 3.5" photographs, 1 5 x 7" photograph, 3 4 x 5" negative prints, 2 8 x 10" negative prints, 1 contact sheet.
Photographs picture June Wayne, Jeannine du Bois, Madeleine Jarry, Joyce Shaw, Darcy Haymand, Alice Backes, Lani Lattin Duke, Jevon Claire, Robin Wayne, Ariane Claire, and June Wayne in a television interview in Washington, D.C with Harrell Lyons, Selma Burke, and others.
Box 112, Folder 17

Photographs -- solo exhibition at Arizona State University. 1979.

Scope and Content

17 3.5x3.5" photographs, 35mm negative prints.
Photographs are installation views of the exhibition and picture June Wayne and Rudy Turk.
Box 113, Folder 1

Photographs. 1980.

Scope and Content

2 8x10" photographs, 8 3.5x5" photographs.
Photographs picture June Wayne, Hank Plone, Marsh Holleb, Doris Holleb, and an art week award given to June Wayne.
Box 113, Folder 2

Photographs -- photographer Kurt Fishbach. 1981.

Scope and Content

4 8x10" photographs, 2 5x7" photographs, 1 8x10" negative print.
Photographs are portraits of June Wayne.
Box 113, Folder 3

Photographs. 1982.

Scope and Content

7 polaroids, 12 3.5 x 5" photographs, 3 8 x 10" photographs, 1 8 x 10" negative print.
Photographs picture June Wayne, Jaffe ?, Zuka, Edmund Newman, The Roneey's, Mario Avati, Deena Avati, Irwin Hollander, Esther Broner, Gustave von Siroschwartz, Fran von Siroschwartz, Clinton Adams, Marge Devon, Jack Tworkov, William Walmsley, Judith Solodkin, Fritz Scholder, Claudia Weil, Mirra Bank, Francine Klugman, Dina Dar, Hank Plone, and Max Korloff. Photographs also picture Wayne on a panel at the Jewish Museum in New York.
Box 113, Folder 4

Photographs. 1983.

Scope and Content

15 3.5 x 5" photographs, 4 8 x 10" photographs.
Photographs picture June Wayne and Ed Hamilton with a print, Hank Plone, Roland Reiss, Arnold Mesches, Eiko Ishoka, Chuc Craig, Mr. and Mrs. Burherdt, Merle Schippers.
Box 113, Folder 5

Photographs. 1984.

Scope and Content

16 3.5 x 5" photographs, 10 4 x 6" photographs, 3 8 x 10" photographs, 10 2 x 2" negative prints.
Photographs picture June Wayne, Sharon Green, Joanne Hertz, Sue Colin, Yen Lu Wong, Dominique de Santi, Francoise Gilot, Beverly Pepper, Phillipine de Rothschild, Eleonor Tufts, Sharon Summers, Ed Hamilton, Hank Klein, Ernst Rosenthal, Hank Plone, Rachel Rosenthal, Jack Youngerman, Louise Bourgeois, Red Grooms, Francoise Kourilsky, Bernard Rosenthal, David Hockey. Two of the photographs were taken during the presentation of Picasso's play, "Catch Desire by the Tail," at the Guggenheim Museum in New York.
Box 113, Folder 6

Photographs. 1985.

Scope and Content

6 8 x 10" photographs, 3 5 x 7" photographs, 2 3 x 5" negative prints, 9 3.5 x 5" photographs, 1 sheet of 3 1.5 x 2" photographs.
Photographs picture Marie de Dieu, WCA Awards, June Wayne, Francois Gilot, Ruth Weisberg, and Lynne Creighton.
Box 113, Folder 7

Photographs -- June Wayne: My Palomar at Galerie des Femmes Paris. 1985 June.

Scope and Content

45 polaroids.
Polaroids were taken of the exhibition installation as well as June in Paris. Pictured in the photographs are June Wayne, Ed Hamilton, Marie de Dieu, Carol Bernstein, Andree Vilar, Michelle Barriere, Christine Botrel, and Stephanie Sills.
Box 113, Folder 8

Photographs. 1986.

Scope and Content

5 8 x 10" photographs, 17 3.5 x 5" photographs, 2 4 x 6" photographs, 35mm negative prints.
Photographs picture the Fresno Arts Center and the Museum Board of Trustees, June Wayne, Hank Plone, Pam Leeds, and Art Leeds.
Box 113, Folder 9

Photographs. 1987.

Scope and Content

1 polaroid, 1 3.5 x 5" photograph, 5 4 x 6" photographs, 1 cutout photograph mounted on paper.
Photographs picture June Wayne, Hank Plone, Elaine Jones, Cecile Bartman, Bernard Kester, Ester Levin, Al Levin, Dorothy Reol, and Phil Sobel.
Box 113, Folder 10

Photographs -- photographer Kena Love. 1987.

Scope and Content

3 8 x 10" photographs, 3 3.5 x 5" laminated photographs, 1 slide, 1 4 x 5" negative print, 1 7.5 x 11" photograph.
Photographs are portraits of June Wayne.
Box 113, Folder 11

Photographs -- June Wayne: Djuna Set at Fresno Art Museum. 1988 May 25-August 1.

Scope and Content

12 5 x 5" photographs, 14 slides, 35mm negative prints.
Photographs are installation views of the exhibition.
Box 113, Folder 12

Photographs -- June Wayne in Otto Piene's "Sky Work". 1988.

Scope and Content

1 6 x 8" photograph, 5 8 x 10" photographs, 28 3.5 x 5" photographs, 3 4 x 6" photographs.
Photographs are from the performance of a Otto Piene art work in which Wayne was lifted into the sky by several large balloons while images of her work were projected onto another balloon. The performance piece was part of the Westweek Celebration of Art in Space at the Pacific Design Center.
Box 113, Folder 13

Photographs. 1988.

Scope and Content

1 polaroid, 2 4 x 5" photographs, 1 3.5 x 5" photograph, 2 4.5 x 5.5" photographs, 2 5 x 7" photographs, 11 4 x 6" photographs.
Photographs picture June Wayne ballooning in Alice Springs, Australia, Doctorate reception at Atlanta College of Art, Robert Shaw, Hank Plone, Roy Slelann, Ofelia Garcia, Teresa Bailey, and Benoit Luycky.
Box 113, Folder 14

Photographs. 1989.

Scope and Content

1 8 x 10" photograph, 59 4 x 6" photographs, 3 5 x 7" photographs, 11 3.5 x 5" photographs, 1 3.5 x 3" photograph, 35mm negative prints.
Photographs picture June Wayne, Hank Plone, Hitoshi Takatsuki, Theo Tremblay, Jorge Schmeisser, Norma Bortman, Pat Gilmour, Carol Neiman, Beatrice Wood. Some of the photographs were taken during Plone and Wayne's trip to Japan and in Australia.
Box 114, Folder 1

Photographs -- photographer Jim McHugh. 1990.

Scope and Content

3 3.25 x 4" photographs, 4 8 x 10" photographs, 1 8 x 10" negative print, 15 contact sheets.
Photographs picture June Wayne in her studio. Also includes 3 photographs of the photographer, Jim McHugh.
Box 114, Folder 2

Photographs -- photographer Hans Albers. 1990.

Scope and Content

2 2 x 2" photographs, 15 3 x 4" photographs, 6 2 x 2" color negative prints.
Photographs are portraits of June Wayne.
Box 114, Folder 3

Photographs. 1990.

Scope and Content

17 4 x 6" photographs.
Photographs picture June Wayne, Esther Broner, Ruth Weisberg, Diane Burko, Rachel Rosenthal, Nicole Landin, Lois Boardman, reception for T. Tanaka at Elaine Jones' home, Jane Ashby, and Hank Plone.
Box 114, Folder 4

Photographs -- 1108 Tamarind. 1991.

Scope and Content

30 4 x 6" photographs, 14 3.5 x 5" photographs, 5 contact sheets.
Photographs picture June Wayne's home, studio, and artwork.
Box 114, Folder 5

Photographs. 1991.

Scope and Content

21 3.5 x 5" photographs, 15 4 x 6" photographs, 1 3.5 x 6" photograph, 7 5 x 7" photographs.
Photographs picture June Wayne, Hank Plone, Bill Plone, Bella Lewitsky, Eleanor Tufts, Carol Porter, Jane Ashby, Bruce Doris, Brenton Frederickson, Matsumi Kanemitsu, David Lentz, Michi, Pat Gilmour, Elaine Attias, Jamie Attias, Betty Friedman, Jean Hurlbein, Jan Haag, Marjorie O'Connell, Sheila Tepper, Marge Fasman, Andrea Rich, Eileen Radbury, Ko Muto, Ariane Claire, various members of the Plone family.
Box 114, Folder 6

Photographs. 1993.

Scope and Content

4 4 x 6" photographs, 1 8 x 10" photograph, 21 3.5 x 5" photographs, 41 4 x 6" photographs, 35mm negative prints.
Photographs picture June Wayne, Max Lawrence, Hank Plone, Marcel Durassier, Emilienne Durassier, Lady Julie Briarwood, party for the National Museum of Women's acquisition of a Wayne artwork, and National Museum of Women trusteeship retreat.
Box 114, Folder 7

Photographs. 1994.

Scope and Content

1 polaroid, 35mm negative prints, 38 4 x 6" photographs, 2 5 x 7" photographs, fax of an article and fax cover sheet.
Photographs picture June Wayne, Hank Plone, Robert Barrett, Connor Everts, Josine Starrels, Merle Scleipper, Jim Byrnes, Barbara Byrnes, Louise Lewis, Guy Lewis, Ron Gottesman, Max Barrett, Iva Horovitz, Carole Kim, Judy Wood, Alain Bruston, Nicole Landau, Marcel Durassier, Emilienne Durassier, and group photograph for the exhibition, "Flights of Fancy". Also included is a faxed article on the opening of "A Secret History of Design in Los Angeles."
Box 114, Folder 8

Photographs -- Tamarind buildings (folder 1 of 2). 1994.

Scope and Content

11 4 x 6" photographs, 27 3.5 x 5" photographs, 35mm negative prints.
Photographs picture the buildings on Tamarind Ave, which June Wayne owns: 1108, 1112, and 1112 1/2. Some of the photographs show evidence of damage after the January 1994 earthquake.
Box 114, Folder 9

Photographs -- Tamarind buildings (folder 2 of 2). 1995.

Scope and Content

62 4 x 6" photographs, 35mm negative prints.
Photographs picture the buildings on Tamarind Ave, which June Wayne owns: 1108, 1112, and 1112 1/2. Some of the photographs show evidence of damage after the January 1994 earthquake.
Box 114, Folder 10

Photographs -- Converging Cultures exhibition at the Skirball Center. 1996 June 20-August 25.

Scope and Content

1 5x7" photograph, 8 4x6" photographs.
Photographs picture June Wayne and Nancy Berman at the Skirball Center.
Box 114, Folder 11

Photographs. 1996.

Scope and Content

2 4 x 6" photographs, 6 3.5 x 5" photographs, and 3 3.5 x 4.5" photographs.
Photographs picture June Wayne, Hank Plone, Larry Seaquist, Carla Seaquist, Linda Fasulo Plata.
Box 114, Folder 12

Photographs. 1997.

Scope and Content

41 3.5 x 5" photographs, 6 4 x 6" photographs.
Photographs picture June Wayne, Hank Plone, Rudd Brown, Jim Horwitz, Judy Hoffberg, Tom Paiva, Lee Draper, Connor Everts, Rachelle Rosenthal, Rachel Rosenthal, Domingo Gonzalez, Cecile Bartman, Mike Fasman, Marge Fasman, Bernard Kester, Heavenly Wilson, Chuck Sachs, Norma Bartman, Tom Peters, Carol Bernstein, Jane Mathews, Scott Wilson, Judy Everts, Domingo Gonzalez, Ron Gottesman, Beth Gottesman, Elaine Attias, Lilianne Lozingot, and Serge Lozingot. The majority of the photographs in this folder were taken at a brunch for Carol Bernstein.
Box 114, Folder 13

Photographs -- photographer Tom Paiva. 1997.

Scope and Content

3 4 x 6" photographs, 2 8 x 10" photographs, 1 1/2 contact sheets, 8 2.75 x 3.75" negative prints, 35mm negative prints.
Photographs are mostly portraits of June Wayne.
Box 115, Folder 1

Photographs -- June Wayne: A Retrospective at Neuberger Museum of Art, Purchase College, SUNY. 1997 April 19.

Scope and Content

33 5 x 7" photographs, 83 4 x 6" photographs, 4 3.5 x 4.5" photographs, 35mm negative prints.
Photographs picture the opening of the exhibition.
Box 115, Folder 2

Photographs -- June Wayne's 80th birthday. 1998 March 7.

Scope and Content

58 4 x 6" photographs, 1 8 x 10" photograph, 1 3 x 4" digital print, 5 4 x 12" photographs, 30 slides, 35mm negative prints.
Photographs picture a birthday party for June Wayne at Wayne's home and at the studio of Connor Everts.
Box 115, Folder 3

Photographs. 1998.

Scope and Content

26 4 x 6" photographs, 4 4 x 7" photographs, 1 2 x 3" photograph, 2 3.5 x 5" photographs, 2 letters accompanying the photographs.
Photographs picture June Wayne, Hank Plone, Nancy Uyemura, Ken Tyler, Clinton Adams, Mary Adams, Sandy Gooch, Harry Laderman, Gail Berendzen, Norma Sklarek, Sue Stapely, Simon Stapely, Janice Roberts, Bernard Kester, and Ruth Weisberg. Includes photographs taken during the June Wayne Retrospective opening at LACMA and during a trip to Japan.
Box 115, Folder 4

Photographs -- Lloyd Rigler. 1998.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

1 8x10" digital print, 1 CD with digital image.
Box 115, Folder 5

Photographs. 1999.

Scope and Content

58 4 x 6" photographs, 1 5 x 7" photograph, 1 5 x 5" photograph, 5 digital prints (4 x 6" and 5 x 7"), 8 polaroids.
Photographs picture installation views of opening at Biblioteque Historique in Paris, June Wayne, Hank Plone, Barbara Self, Walt Lewis, Judy Evert, Connor Everts, Jorge de Souza, Jack Ruthberg, Jay Carmichael, Milton Wexler, Elaine Attias, Robert Park, Bob Kline, Tom Kline, Steve Doris, Mike Genelin, Susie Genelin.
Box 116, Folder 1

Photographs. 2000.

Scope and Content

2 8 x 10" photograph, 1 4 x 7" photograph, 4 digital prints (6 x 8" and 5 x 7"), 30 4 x 6" photographs.
Photographs picture June Wayne, Clinton Adams, Hank Plone, Marge Devon, Tony Devon, Ernestine White, Bella Lewitsky, Newell Reynolds, Judy Rosener, Ferris Olin, Judy Brodsky, Michael Curtis, Ruth Galantez, Norman Zammitt, Marilyn Zammitt, David Lazerow, Marilyn Lazerow, Norm Kasser, Walt Diente, Stan Wolf, Gilah Hirsh, Rachel Rosenthal, Bernard Kester, Mike Crandall, Dawn Cradall, and Erich Zammitt.
Box 116, Folder 2

Photographs. 2001.

Scope and Content

2 8 x 10" photographs, 33 4 x 6" photographs.
Photographs picture June Wayne, Hank Plone, Rudd Brown, Norman Zammitt, Bernard Kester, Susan Peterson, Rosemary Kowalski, Mary Carrington, Judy Frank, Len Frank, Kari Leitz, Bondo Wyszpolski, Marilyn Zammitt, Pam Plone, Mike Plone, Abby Plone, Connor Everts, Judy Everts, and June Wayne's home and art. Also pictured is LACMA's Wall of Benefactors, of which Wayne is a part.
Box 116, Folder 3

Photographs. 2002.

Scope and Content

51 4 x 6" photographs, 1 3.5 x 5" photograph, 2 5 x 7" photographs, 4 digital prints of various sizes (8 x 10" and smaller), 4 cards.
Photographs picture June Wayne, Hank Plone, the Gala Celebration and Auction in Honor of June Wayne at Swann Auction Galleries in New York, the removal of June Wayne art work for shipment to Rutgers University, Leonard Frank, Judy Frank, Ana Sutherland, Eleanor Dickinson, Janice Feldman, Esther Lien, Teresa Bailey, Gary Johnson, Katherine Jacobi, Alicia Roberts, Ruth Bowman, Cynthia Navaretta, Lynne Allen, Ferris Olin.
Box 116, Folder 4

Photographs. 2003.

Scope and Content

8 4 x 6" photographs, 1 4 x 12" photograph, 1 3.5 x 4.5" photograph, 5 polaroids.
Photographs picture June Wayne, Judy Rosener, Judy Roth, Dorothy Gillespie, Perry Fasulo, Don Bacigalupi, Bettie-Sue Hertz, Wes Brusted, Marvin Goldberger, Mildred Goldberger, Judy Stein, Ruth Bowman, and audience at College Art Association's honoring of June Wayne at the American Museum of Folk Art.
Box 116, Folder 5

Photographs. 2004.

Scope and Content

12 4 x 6" photographs, 1 5 x 7" photograph, 4 cards.
Photographs picture June Wayne, Bernard Kester, Denis Genean, Ben Genean, Serge Allen, Lynne Allen, Judy Rosener, Brooke Knapp, Robin Vaccarino, Mary Carrington, Zuka, Tina Gittleson, Andrea Mueller, Paula Holt, Betsy Hailey, Claire Rothman, and a party at the home of June Wayne given in her honor by the trusteeship.
Box 116, Folder 6

Photographs -- photographer Robin Roy. 2004.

Scope and Content

4 8 x 10" photographs.
Photographs are portraits of June Wayne.
Box 116, Folder 7

Photographs -- photographer Kenna Love. 2004.

Scope and Content

1 contact sheet, 1 8x10" digital print, 2x2" negative prints, 4 5x5" photographs, 3 5x7" digital prints.
Photographs are portraits of June Wayne.
Box 116, Folder 8

Photographs. 2005.

Scope and Content

23 4 x 6" photographs, 2 5 x 7" photographs, 11 digital prints of various sizes (8 x 10" and smaller).
Photographs picture June Wayne, Peter Van de Masla, Narima Dabrius, Kumiko Shindo, Dexter Frankel, Henry Hopkins, Gina Nahai, Liliane Lozingot, Serge Lozingot, Bob Park, Robin Park, David Rodes, Betsy Hailey, Michael Tina Brand, Elizabeth Segder, Ynez Johnston, Connor Everts, Jim Horwitz, Bee Lavery, Stan Edmondson, Tobey Moss, and Nancy Uyemura. Two of the photographs are official photographs from the honorary doctoral conferral at Rutgers University.
Box 116, Folder 9

Photographs -- Shockwave exhibition at Rutgers University. 2004-2005.

Scope and Content

32 5 x 7" digital photographs in black and white on copy paper.
Photographers picture June Wayne, Barbara Westman, Arthur C. Danto, Judith Brodsky, Chris Armijo, George Stauffer, Marcia Thompson, Helen Plone, Ophelia Garcia, Ben Geneen, Ferris Ohn, Michael Curtis, Randy Hemminghaus, Eileen Foti, Muriel Moss, Dennis Hull, Norm Zabrisky, Judith Stein, Ruth Bowman, George Bowman, Teresa Taynes, Judith Solodkin, and Barbara Madsen.
Box 116, Folder 10

Photographs -- photographer Kenna Love. 2006 March 5.

Scope and Content

8 8 x 10" digital prints, 1 5 x 7" photograph, 1 5 x 8" photograph, 3 contact sheets, 2 8 x 10" negative prints.
Photographs picture June Wyane and Ed Hamilton looking at June Wayne's art work.
Box 116, Folder 11

Photographs -- photographer Kenna Love. 2006 October 24.

Scope and Content

2 8.5 x 8.5" digital prints, 8 contact sheets, 5 black and white digital prints on copy paper.
Photographs picture June Wayne working in the studio. Some of the photographs in this folder were used in the catalogue raissone.
Box 116, Folder 12

Photographs. 2006.

Scope and Content

14 4 x 6" photographs, 2 8 x 10" digital prints, 1 5 x 6" digital print, 2 5 x 7" digital prints, 28 black and white digital prints on copy paper, 1 card.
Photographs picture June Wayne, Ynez Johnston, Stan Edmondson, Michelle Deziel, Rosemary Kowalski, Andrea Mueller, Mary Carrington, Tina Gittelson, Maynard Asper, Walt Lewis, Carol Sainer, Ruth Weisberg, Barbara van Arnam, and graffiti on June Wayne's garage door.
Box 116, Folder 13

Photographs -- photographer Judy Dater. 2006 January 23.

Scope and Content

4 8x10" photographs, 6 pages contact sheets.
Photographs are portraits of June Wayne.
Box 116, Folder 14

Photographs -- Dorothy Series exhibition at the National Association of Women Artists. 2007.

Scope and Content

90 4 x 6" photographs, 7 4 x 6" digital prints, Wayne's CV for 2007.
Photographs picture installation views, the reception, and artist's lecture. Most photographs were taken from a small album.
Box 116, Folder 15

Photographs. 2007.

Scope and Content

6 4 x 6" photographs, 1 2.5 x 3.5 photograph (mounted on paper), 12 digital prints (5 x 7" and smaller), 1 3.75 x 6" lithograph, 1 black and white digital print on copy paper, 4 cards/notes.
Photographs picture June Wayne, Judy Rosener, Bernard Kester, Agnes Anderson, Abby Moore, Brooke Knapp, Adrienne Hull, Betye Saar, Aya Yoshida, Ed Carter, Ingrid Ledent, Robin Wayne, Ariane Claire, Nancy Grossman, Joyce Kozloff, Judy Frank, Joan Abrahamson, Betsy Hailey, Mary Carrington, Paula Holt, Diane Wittenberg, and Barbara Casey. Also includes photograph taken by Kenna Love of Ruth Weisberg, Kathy Jacoby, June Wayne, Candace Gwane, Kenna Love, Lily Jakaeh, and Hannah.
Box 117, Folder 1

Photograph Book. 2008.

Scope and Content

1 8.75 x 11.25 x .325" bound book with dust cover.
The book is titled "Fabulous June" and is the type of photograph book popularly sold by online photograph storing websites. It contains 36 photographs of various sizes. All photographs were taken on the occasion of June Wayne's 90th birthday.
Box 117, Folder 2

Photographs -- Valentine and Abani engagement party. 2008.

Scope and Content

1 6 x 8" photograph, 2 5 x 7" photographs, 2 4.5 x 6" photographs, 6 4 x 6" photographs.
Photographs are from an engagement party for Sarah Valentine and Chris Abani in June Wayne's home.
Box 117, Folder 3

Photographs -- photographer Niku Ashef. 2008.

Scope and Content

24 4 x 6" digital prints, 1 7 x 7" digital print, 1 5 x 7" digital print, 1 4 x 7" digital print.
Photographs include June Wayne, Betty Brown, and Larry Workman.
Box 117, Folder 4

Photographs. 2008.

Scope and Content

11 4 x 6" photographs, 2 6 x 8" digital prints, 2 5 x 7" digital prints, 1 6.5 x 10" digital print, 1 exhibition announcement, 2 cards/notes.
Photographs picture June Wayne, Chrysta Thurman, George Rosenbaum, Sandy Rosenbaum, Ayako Yoshida, Claire Rothman, Judy Frankel, Dianne Dennis, Shuichi Sonokawa, Larry Workman, Mary Carrington, Kathy Checch, Randy Tullis, Ariane Claire, and Ynez Johnston.
Box 117, Folder 5

Photographs. 2009.

Scope and Content

9 4 x 6" photographs, 15 8 x 10" digital prints, 9 5 x 7" digital prints, 12 digital prints of various sizes (7 x 7" and smaller) 2 printed emails with color photographs on copy paper.
Photographs picture June Wayne, College Art Association's printmaker's night with June Wayne, Ynez Johnston, Ruth Weisberg, Larry Workman, Ed Roski, Carol Soucek King, Gila Yelin Hirsch, Kuno, Ron Gottesman, Beth Gottesman, Anna Silver, Elaine Attias, Chris Akani, Ariane Claire, Robin Wayne, Carol Sevilla, John Khuu, Betty Brown, Price Hicks, Larry Workman, Shuichi Sonokawa, Walter Askin, Sharon Shore, Sandy Rosenbaum, Rob Juarbe, Joel Tabbush, and opening night for "Connections: LA Printmaking, 1962 to 1973."
Box 117, Folder 6

Photographs -- June Wayne's 91st birthday celebration. 2009.

Scope and Content

18 4 x 6" photographs.
Photographs picture two different parties thrown for June Wayne's 91st birthday.
Box 117, Folder 7

Photographs. 2010.

Scope and Content

Photographs picture June Wayne, Larry Workman, Shuichi Sonokawa, Connor Everts, Ray Cohen, Lila Cohen, Norma Bartman, Chana Horwitz, Zuka, Genie Gerard, Lilace Hatayama, Bondo, David Rosenbaum, Christa Thurman, Marge Devon, Marilyn Lazarow, Betsy Hailey, Christa C. Mayer, Nyla Arslanian, Philip Wong, Sandy Rosenbaum, Ayako Yoshida, Ruth Weisberg, Sharon Shore, and Ron Gottesman's life celebration.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

9 4 x 6" photographs, 3 3.5 x 5" digital prints, 3 8 x 10" digital prints, 14 5.5 x 9.5 digital prints, 6 digital prints of various sizes (5.75 x 10" and smaller), 7 contact sheets of digital image thumbnails, 1 DVD of photographs.
Box 117, Folder 8

Photographs. 2011.

Scope and Content

5 4 x 6" photographs, 1 card, 1 email with 9 attachments of photographs.
Photographs picture June Wayne, Riko Takata, Larry Workman, Shuichi Sonokawa, Andrea Rich, Walt Lewis, and Barbara Self.
Box 117, Folder 9

Photographs -- Contact Sheets. circa 1950-1970.

Scope and Content

Contact sheets, 2 x 2" negative prints, 35mm negative prints, 2.25 x 2.75" negative prints.
Contains negative prints and contact sheets from a range of periods. The majority of the photographs picture artists working at the Tamarind Workshop.
Box 117, Folder 10

Photographs -- Digital Files. 2011.

Scope and Content

52 contact sheets.
Contact sheets cover the years 1911-1912, 1914-1928, 1930, 1932, and 1934-42.
Box 117, Folder 11

Photographs -- Album "Wayne Wit and Wisdom". 2005.

Scope and Content

51 4 x 6" photographs.
Photographs feature June Wayne, Judith Brodsky and many others taken around the time of the "Shock Wave" exhibition at the Mason Gross School of the Arts Galleries of Rutgers University and the "Conversation: Judith Brodsky and June Wayne" at the Maryland Institute College of Art.
Box 117, Folder 12

Photographs -- Album "Shock Wave" exhibition at the Mason Gross School of the Arts Galleries. 2005.

Scope and Content

70 4 x 6" photographs.
Photographs were taken during the opening of the "Shock Wave" exhibition at the Mason Gross School of the Arts Galleries of Rutgers University.
Box 151, Folder 10

Oversize Albums -- June Wayne in studio. 1969.

Scope and Content

70 8 x 10" photographs, 1 5 x 7" photograph, 9 8 x 10" negative prints.
Photographs picture June Wayne, Serge Lozingot, William Law and an unidentified artist fellow. Images also show printers and Wayne working on "One Up, One Down" as well as Wayne working on the cartoon for At Last a Thousand.
Box 151, Folder 11

Oversize Albums -- June Wayne portraits and KCET. 1967-1972.

Scope and Content

99 8 x 10" photographs, 4 5 x 7" photographs, 6.75 x 10" photographs, 4 x 5" negative prints, 10 8 x 10" negative prints.
Photographs feature June Wayne, Ti Grace Atkinson, Grace Glueck, Francoise Gilot. The photographs also show Wayne in her studio at 1108 Tamarind Ave working on Sixti Sextate, Night Swim, and also with the At Last a Thousand tapestry.
Box 152, Folder 1

Oversize -- Printing Process at Tamarind. 1969.

Scope and Content

1 10 x 13" photograph, 6 9.25 x 13" photographs.
Photographs feature different parts of the printing process. Featured prominently is Serge Lozingot, the studio manager and head printer during 1969. Also featured in one of the photographs is a freshly pulled print: Ed Ruscha's "City."
Box 152, Folder 2

Oversize -- Mounted Tapestry Photographs. circa 1971-1976.

Scope and Content

19 11x14" mounted photographs.
Includes images of Grand Vague Bleue during the weaving process at Atelier Pierre Daquin, Chateau Mont Villargennes, Chantilly France. Photographs feature all stages of the tapestry creation process.
Box 152, Folder 3

Oversize -- Installed Tapestries. circa 1976.

Scope and Content

2 11x14" photographs.
Photographs feature tapestries La Cible and At Last a Thousand.
Box 153, Folder 1

Oversize -- Tapestry Weaving Contact Sheets (folder 1 of 4). 1973-1975.

Scope and Content

15 11 x 14" contact sheets, 35mm negative prints attached to each contact sheet.
Includes images of On Verra and Grand Vague Bleue during the weaving process at Atelier Pierre Daquin, Chateau Mont Villargennes, Chantilly France. Photographs feature all stages of the tapestry creation process.
Box 153, Folder 2

Oversize -- Tapestry Weaving Contact Sheets (folder 2 of 4). 1973-1975.

Scope and Content

15 11 x 14" contact sheets, 35mm negative prints attached to each contact sheet.
Includes images of On Verra and Grand Vague Bleue during the weaving process at Atelier Pierre Daquin, Chateau Mont Villargennes, Chantilly France. Photographs feature all stages of the tapestry creation process.
Box 153, Folder 3

Oversize -- Tapestry Weaving Contact Sheets (folder 3 of 4). 1973-1975.

Scope and Content

15 11 x 14" contact sheets, 35mm negative prints attached to each contact sheet.
Includes images of On Verra and Grand Vague Bleue during the weaving process at Atelier Pierre Daquin, Chateau Mont Villargennes, Chantilly France. Photographs feature all stages of the tapestry creation process. Also includes images of Laura Andreson, Bernard Kester, Madelaine Jarry, Hank Plone and June Wayne at UCLA, Hearst Castle and Monterey, CA.
Box 153, Folder 4

Oversize -- Tapestry Weaving Contact Sheets (folder 4 of 4). 1973-1975.

Scope and Content

12 11 x 14" contact sheets, 35mm negative prints attached to each contact sheet.
Includes images of On Verra and Grand Vague Bleue during the weaving process at Atelier Pierre Daquin, Chateau Mont Villargennes, Chantilly France. Photographs feature all stages of the tapestry creation process. Also includes images of Laura Andreson, Bernard Kester, Madelaine Jarry, Hank Plone and June Wayne at UCLA, Hearst Castle and Monterey, CA.
Box 154, Folder 1

Oversize -- Dorothy Series Contact Sheets. circa 1977.

Scope and Content

14 16 x 20" contact sheets, 1 12.5 x 20" contact sheet, 1 8 x 10" contact sheet, 35mm negative prints attached to each contact sheet.
Contact sheets from photographs Wayne took of Dorothy Kline's lingerie and shoes. Some of the photographs were used to make photolithography zinc plates for the prints in the Dorothy series.
Box 154, Folder 2

Oversize -- Dorothy Series Prints. circa 1977.

Scope and Content

12 16 x 20" photographs.
Photographs are of Dorothy Kline's lingerie and shoes. Some of these were used to create photolithography zinc plates.
 

Series 10: Audiovisual Materials. 1950-2011.

Language of Material: English

Organization and Arrangement

This series is organized into five subseries by format: Reel-to-Reel Audio; Cassettes; Compact Discs; Films; and Documentation. Within each subseries, material is arranged chronologically.

Scope and Content

The objects in this series are recordings either made by or about June Wayne or the Tamarind Workshop.
 

Subseries 1: Reel-to-Reel Audio. 1953-1981.

Language of Material: English

Scope and Content

This subseries includes audio recordings of radio broadcasts, interviews, and seminar and symposia presentations. Included are recordings of the discussion series, You and Modern Art, organized by Wayne with art critic, Jules Langsner, as well as Wayne’s Joan of Art seminar series.

Processing Information

Includes materials from the July 2012 addition.
Box 118, Folder 1

June Wayne interviewed by Gunter Troche (28 minutes). 1958.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 7" reel 7 1/2 IPS. Gunter Troche was director of Achenbach Foundation. The reel has defects in the recording from 245-253 and was dubbed for Pat Gilmour in 1994.
Box 118, Folder 2

June Wayne interviewed by John Zee (26 minutes) -- Talk of New York Program, New York City. 1964 October 16.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 7" reel 7 1/2 IPS in cardboard box. Wayne being interviewed about Tamarind Workshop.
Box 118, Folder 3

June Wayne interviewed by John Zee (26 minutes) -- Talk of New York Program, New York City (duplicate). 1964 October 16.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 7" reel 7 1/2 IPS in cardboard box. Wayne being interviewed about Tamarind Workshop.
Box 118, Folder 4

June Wayne speech at California State University at Fullerton. 1964 October.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 7" reel 3 3/4 IPS in cardboard box. Wayne's speech is about lithography and Tamarind Workshop.
Box 118, Folder 5

June Wayne interviewed by Fred Anderson -- Kaleidoscope KNX Los Angeles. 1964.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 7" reel 7 1/2 IPS in cardboard box. Also interviewed on the episode are Brach, Gardener, Powell, and Allen.
Box 118, Folder 6

June Wayne interviewed by Edith Walton -- NBC. 1964 October 15.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 7" reel.
Box 118, Folder 7

June Wayne on Livre de Luxe (22 minutes). 1965 September 2.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 7" reel 3 3/4 IPS in cardboard box.
Box 118, Folder 8

June Wayne speaking about the history of Tamarind. 1967 February.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 7" reel 3 3/4 IPS in cardboard box. Side 1 is June Wayne speaking about the history and objectives of Tamarind Workshop, and side 2 is a continuation of the history of Tamarind Workshop with the voice of William Gropper at the end. Taped on February 3 and 24.
Box 118, Folder 9

June Wayne at Art Symposium, Florida State University (part 1). 1967 February 18.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 7" reel 3 3/4 IPS in cardboard box.
Box 119, Folder 1

June Wayne at Art Symposium, Florida State University (part 2). 1967 February 18.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 7" reel 3 3/4 IPS in cardboard box.
Box 119, Folder 2

June Wayne at University of California, Los Angeles. 1967 February 27.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 7" reel 3 3/4 IPS in cardboard box.
Box 119, Folder 3

Mario Avati talks on Livre de Luxe and June Wayne on the history of Tamarind. 1967 March .

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 7" reel 3 3/4 IPS in cardboard box. Side 1 holds the Mario Avati discussion. Side 2 is June Wayne continuing her discussion of the history of Tamarind (see also folder 8 in this box).
Box 119, Folder 4

June Wayne on the history of Tamarind Workshop. 1967 March 31.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 7" reel 3 3/4 IPS in cardboard box. Part 4 of her discussion on the history of Tamarind.
Box 119, Folder 5

June Wayne on the history of Tamarind Workshop. 1967 April 20.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 7" reel 3 3/4 IPS in cardboard box. Part 5 of her discussion on the history of Tamarind. Note on box indicates the reel may have been recorded at the incorrect speed.
Box 119, Folder 6

Serge Lozingot "Litho, Line and Water". 1967 December 5.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 7" reel 3 3/4 IPS in cardboard box. Note on back of box indicates much of the tape is empty. June Wayne "Reflections on Jules Langsner" was originally recorded on this reel but may have been erased or damaged.
Box 119, Folder 7

Discussion of lithography and etchings between June Wayne and Mary Lou Baskett. circa 1968.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 7" reel 7 1/2 IPS in cardboard box. 4 tracks discussing various printmaking projects.
Box 119, Folder 8

Discussion between June Wayne and Mary Lou Baskett. 1968 July 22.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 7" reel. 4 tracks discussing Wayne's biography, the formation of Tamarind Workshop and its earlier years.
Box 119, Folder 9

Discussion between June Wayne and Mary Lou Baskett. 1968 July 25-26.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 7" reel 7 1/2 IPS in cardboard box. 2 tracks discussing paintings and prints including Dreamers, Sanctified, The Cavern, Mushroom People, To get to the Other Side, Strange Moon, At Last a Thousand, The Climb, The Promenade, and Stone Circle. Second track labeled side 4 is 3 3/4 IPS.
Box 120, Folder 1

Discussion between June Wayne and Mary Lou Baskett. 1968 July 26.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 7" reel 7 1/2 IPS in cardboard box. 2 tracks discussing prints, prints to be destroyed, and drawings.
Box 120, Folder 2

Discussion between June Wayne and Mary Lou Baskett. 1968.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 7" reel 7 1/2 IPS in cardboard box. 4 tracks discussing various printmaking projects.
Box 120, Folder 3

Discussion of various topics. 1968 August 9.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 7" reel 7 1/2 IPS in cardboard box. 2 tracks taped on track 1 and 4. Discussion covers the topics of Tolkien, Kohens, Cuevas and Kafka, Don Bear, Gary, Indiana; advice on biography, photographs, Pollock, Jules, and Bear.
Box 120, Folder 4

Interview with June Wayne by Molly Briendel. 1969 February 27.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 5" reel. Briendel was the correspondent for Art in Australia magazine. Discussion covers topics of the curatorial aspects of the Tamarind Workshop and the role of curation within the printmaking process.
Box 120, Folder 5

June Wayne on the history of Tamarind Workshop. 1969 April.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 7" reel 1 7/8 IPS in cardboard box.
Box 120, Folder 6

The Museum Curator vis-a-vis the Artist. 1969 May 28.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 7" reel 7 1/2 IPS in cardboard box. Discussion between June Wayne and Maurice Tuchman. Produced by Claire Loeb and taped at Tamarind.
Box 120, Folder 7

KPFK -- Claire Loeb interviews on the opening of the Pasadena Museum. 1969 December 3.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 7" reel 1 7/8 IPS in cardboard box. Those included on the reel are June Wayne, Ed Ruscha, Ron Davis, John Coplans, Terbell.
Box 120, Folder 8

KPFK -- "The Sour Apple Tree". 1969 December 10.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 7" reel in cardboard box. Those included on the reel are June Wayne, Paul Brach, Nick Wilder.
Box 120, Folder 9

Economic Conference. 1970 January 15.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 7" reel 1 7/8 IPS in cardboard box. Reel includes the voices of June Wayne, Christman, Faine, Granfield, Goodman, Adams, and MacWhitney.
Box 121, Folder 1

June Wayne speaking at the Iowa University Museum (part 1). 1970 January.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 7" reel 7 1/2 IPS in cardboard box. This portion of the speech covers the topics of Tamarind Workshop history and the general art climate.
Box 121, Folder 2

June Wayne speaking at the Iowa University Museum (part 2). 1970 January.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 7" reel 7 1/2 IPS in cardboard box. This portion of the speech covers the topics of the museum and the art market conditions.
Box 121, Folder 3

Discussion. 1971 February 13.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 7" reel in cardboard box. Discussion between Claire Loeb, June Wayne, Joyce Kozloff, Nancy Reeves, Moira Roth, Nancy Shapiro and Judy Chicago.
Box 121, Folder 4

Joan of Art Seminar. 1971 October-November.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 7" reel 1 7/8 IPS in cardboard box.
Box 121, Folder 5

Joan of Art Seminar. 1971 November.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 7" reel 1 7/8 IPS in cardboard box. Session 5: women artists and business and professional problems of women artists.
Box 121, Folder 6

Joan of Art Seminar. 1971 December.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 7" reel 1 7/8 IPS in cardboard box. June Wayne speaks on the subject of selling works of art.
Box 121, Folder 7

Joan of Art Seminar. 1972 April-August.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 7" reel 1 7/8 IPS in cardboard box. Side 1: Gilah Hirsch and Judy Elgart on the artist's environment and vocabulary. Side 2: discussion of budgets.
Box 121, Folder 8

Joan of Art Seminar. 1972 April-August.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 7" reel 1 7/8 IPS in cardboard box.Side 1: Bruria Finkel on budgets. Side 2: June Wayne and Harriet Zeitlin on the artist and the collector.
Box 121, Folder 9

Joan of Art Seminar. 1972 April 28.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 7" reel 1 7/8 IPS in cardboard box. June Wayne on the needs of artist.
Box 122, Folder 1

Joan of Art Seminar. 1972 May.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 7" reel 1 7/8 IPS in cardboard box. Side 1: May 12 Randy Sandel lecture about the artist making a sale. Side 2: May 19 June Wayne lecture on museums.
Box 122, Folder 2

Joan of Art Seminar. 1972 July-August.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 7" reel 1 7/8 IPS in cardboard box. Side 1: July 27 June Wayne, Rachel Rosenthal, and Claudia Champline on roles and vocabulary. Side 2: August 3 Mary Fish and Donna Hanna on budgets.
Box 122, Folder 3

Joan of Art Seminar. 1972 August 17.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 7" reel 1 7/8 IPS in cardboard box. Side 1: August 17 June Wayne lectures on taxes and law. Side 2: Anita Klebanoff and June Wayne lecture on artist and dealer relationships.
Box 122, Folder 4

Women in the Arts at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee. 1972 October 10.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 7" reel 3 3/4 IPS in cardboard box. June Wayne speaking during the event.
Box 122, Folder 5

Women artists series at Tamarind Studio. 1972 November 12.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 7" reel in cardboard box. June Wayne speaking on the professional problems of women artists.
Box 122, Folder 6

KPFK -- June Wayne interviewed by Bruria Finkel. 1973 November.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 7" reel in cardboard box.
Box 122, Folder 7

Muckenthaler Center -- Fullerton, California. 1974 January.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 7" reel in cardboard box. June Wayne lecture in conjunction with the exhibition, June Wayne: An Exhibition of Lithographs and Tapestries.
Box 122, Folder 8

Mini Seminars -- Chicago, Illinois. 1975 October 6-7.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 7" reel in cardboard box.
Box 122, Folder 9

Mini Seminars -- Chicago, Illinois. 1975 October 6-7.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 7" reel in cardboard box. June Wayne in Artemisia seminar.
Box 123, Folder 1

WFMT Chicago -- June Wayne interviewed by Studs Terkel. 1975 October 9.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 7" reel 7 1/2 IPS in cardboard box.
Box 123, Folder 2

Matsumi Kanemitsu interviewed by June Wayne. 1978 December 26.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 7" reel.
Box 123, Folder 3

Matsumi Kanemitsu interviewed June Wayne. 1978 December 27.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 7" reel.
Box 123, Folder 4

Small Reels -- June Wayne and Mary Lou Baskett on Chase and Elements. 1968 May 2.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 4" reel 1 7/8 IPS in cardboard box.
Box 123, Folder 5

Small Reels -- June Wayne on her technique, motivation, and symbols. 1968 July 21.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 4" reel 1 7/8 IPS in cardboard box.
Box 123, Folder 6

Small Reels -- June Wayne on various subjects. 1968 July 21.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 4" reel 1 7/8 IPS in cardboard box. Topics covered in the audio recording are the use of optics in her art, modular systems, and various works of art.
Box 123, Folder 7

Small Reels -- June Wayne to Mary Lou Baskett. 1968 August 3.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 4" reel 7 1/2" IPS in cardboard box. Wayne discusses space constructions of the 1940s.
Box 123, Folder 8

Small Reels -- Mary Lou Baskett to June Wayne. 1968 August 18-19.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 4" reel 3 3/4 IPS in cardboard box. Baskett discusses various topics covering city hall, Franz Alexander, transitions between optics, and Kafka.
Box 123, Folder 9

Small Reels -- June Wayne speaking at the University of New Mexico. 1968 March 23.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 5" reel. Lecture given in conjunction with a solo exhibition at the University of New Mexico Art Museum in Albuquerque.
Box 123, Folder 10

Small Reels -- Museum of Modern Art show and Sterling seminar and Tamarind Workshop staff meeting. 1969 June 4.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 5" reel 3 3/4 IPS.
Box 123, Folder 11

Small Reels -- Museum of Modern Art show and Sterling seminar and report to Tamarind Workshop staff. 1969 June 4.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 5" reel 3 3/4 IPS.
Box 123, Folder 12

Small Reels -- June Wayne interviewed by Sherrie Brandenstein, KNPR-FM Las Vegas. 1981 December 2.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 5" reel 7 1/2" IPS. Interview topic is on the Dorothy Series.
Box 123, Folder 13

De Kooning Documentary. 1969 August 29.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 7" reel. Includes reactions to the DeKooning exhibition at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art with KFPK interviewer, Claire Loeb.
Box 123, Folder 14

De Kooning Documentary. 1969 August 29.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 7" reel.
Box 124, Folder 1

De Kooning Documentary. 1969 August 29.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 7" reel.
Box 124, Folder 2

Tamarind Workshop -- Call Goodman lecture at the California Institute of the Arts. 1967 August 1.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 5" reel 3 3/4 IPS in cardboard box. Topics covered in the audio recording are aspects of business operation and selling.
Box 124, Folder 3

Tamarind Workshop -- Board Meeting. 1967 November 27.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 7" reel 7 1/2 IPS in cardboard box. Board meeting was on the topic of Hank Baum and insurance.
Box 124, Folder 4

Tamarind Workshop -- KFPK Broadcast (part 1). 1969 July 3.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 7" reel 7 1/2 IPS in cardboard box.
Box 124, Folder 5

Tamarind Workshop -- KFPK Broadcast (part 2). 1969 July 3.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 7" reel 7 1/2 IPS in cardboard box.
Box 124, Folder 6

Tamarind Workshop -- KFPK Broadcast (part 3). 1969 July 3.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 7" reel 7 1/2 IPS in cardboard box.
Box 124, Folder 7

Tamarind Workshop -- KFPK Broadcast (part 4). 1969 July 3.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 7" reel 7 1/2 IPS in cardboard box.
Box 124, Folder 8

Tamarind Workshop -- KPFK Broadcast, "Arts and Artists". 1960 July 18.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 7" reel 7 1/2 IPS in cardboard box. Voices included on the audio tape are Henry Seldis, June Wayne, Clinton Adams.
Box 124, Folder 9

You and Modern Art -- Program #3. 1953.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 7" reel 3 3/4 IPS in cardboard box.
Box 125, Folder 1

You and Modern Art -- Program #5. 1953.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 7" reel 3 3/4 IPS in cardboard box.
Box 125, Folder 2

You and Modern Art -- Program #6, recorded in Torrance, CA. 1953.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 7" reel 3 3/4 IPS in cardboard box.
Box 125, Folder 3

You and Modern Art -- Program #6, Los Angeles Group. 1953.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 7" reel 3 3/4 IPS in cardboard box.
Box 125, Folder 4

You and Modern Art -- Program #7. 1953.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 7" reel 3 3/4 IPS in cardboard box.
Box 125, Folder 5

You and Modern Art -- Program #8, Expressionism. 1953.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 7" reel 3 3/4 IPS in cardboard box.
Box 125, Folder 6

You and Modern Art -- Program #9. 1953.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 7" reel 3 3/4 IPS in cardboard box.
Box 125, Folder 7

You and Modern Art -- Organizational Meeting. 1953.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 7" reel 3 3/4 IPS in cardboard box.
Box 125, Folder 8

You and Modern Art -- Surrealism. 1953.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 7" reel 3 3/4 IPS in cardboard box.
Box 125, Folder 9

You and Modern Art -- Architecture. 1954.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 7" reel 3 3/4 IPS in cardboard box. Features Clinton Adams.
Box 126, Folder 1

You and Modern Art -- Impressionism and Post-Impressionism. 1954.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 7" reel 3 3/4 IPS in cardboard box. Features Fred Reid and June Wayne reading Reid's poetry. Also features Doug McClelland.
Box 126, Folder 2

You and Modern Art -- Program #6. 1954 March.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 7" reel 3 3/4 IPS in cardboard box. Features Doug McClelland.
Box 126, Folder 3

You and Modern Art -- Jules Langsner, City Hall, and Bill Stout. 1955.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 7" reel 3 3/4 IPS in cardboard box.
Box 190, Folder 1

Four Stone -- Tape 4: Lithography, Gene Sturman and Serge Lozingot. circa 1969.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 5" reel 3 3/4 IPS. Gene Sturman and Serge Lozingot etching, wet wash, inking, rolling, and fanning.
Box 190, Folder 2

Four Stones -- Terry Sanders and Serge Lozingot. circa 1969.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 5" reel 1 7/8 IPS.
Box 190, Folder 3

Four Stones. circa 1969.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 5" reel 1 7/8 IPS. Features Serge Lozingot and Mike.
Box 190, Folder 4

Four Stones. circa 1969.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 5" reel 1 7/8 IPS. Features Gene Sturman.
Box 190, Folder 5

Four Stones. circa 1969.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 5" reel 3 3/4 IPS. Features Serge Lozingot and Mike.
Box 190, Folder 6

Four Stones. circa 1969.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 5" reel 1 7/8 IPS. Features Serge Lozingot and others.
Box 190, Folder 7

Four Stones. circa 1969.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 5" reel 3 3/4 IPS. Manufacturer: Audiotape.
Box 190, Folder 8

Four Stones. circa 1969.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 5" reel 3 3/4 IPS. There are notes included with this reel, indicating dates of recording, and Alex Van der Kar's voice; see folder entitled YRLSC_562_190_8 in this box.
Box 190, Folder 9

Four Stones. circa 1969.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 5" reel 3 3/4 IPS. Duplicate of Reel A-15. Includes camera roll 49.
Box 190, Folder 10

Zubin Mehta Film. circa 1968.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 5" reel. Manufacturer: Scotch. Included on the reel are the Rubenstein rehearsal, and audio from the dressing room with Zubin Mehta, various musicians (the violinist, bassonist, and the clarinet player), and musicians in the lounge.
Box 190, Folder 11

Zubin Mehta Film -- Music #1. circa 1968.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 5" reel. Manufacturer: Audiotape. Music #1. There are notes included with this reel; see folder entitled YRLSC_562_190_11 in this box. Features Terry Sanders.
Box 190, Folder 12

Zubin Mehta Film -- Music Film #1. 1968 October 24.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 5" reel. Manufacturer: Scotch. Music Film #1. There are notes included with this reel, indicating Terry Sanders speaking at the start of the film; see folder entitled YRLSC_562_190_12 in this box.
Box 190, Folder 13

Cal Goodman Lecture. 1967 April 12.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 5" reel 3 3/4 IPS. Manufacturer: Scotch. Duplicate copy. Lecture on contracts, the structure of contracts, and a review of the course. There are notes included with this reel, indicating the tape as evidence of Cal Goodman's professional position and relationship with Wayne; see folder entitled YRLSC_562_190_13 in this box.
Box 191, Folder 1

Four Stones. 1977 May.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 7" reel 7 1/2 IPS. Made at Glen Gleem. Taken directly from film soundtrack of Wayne's own print. Note on the box indicates that it is the full track and that there is no sync. Included with this reel is a sound report; see folder entitled YRLSC_562_191_1 in this box.
Box 191, Folder 2

Lithograph. 1977 May 9.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 7" reel 7 1/2 IPS. Taken at Glen Gleem from track provided by Terry Sanders as representing Homage to a Lithograph. Note on the box indicates that there are 3 reels and that there is no sync.
Box 191, Folder 3

Zubin Mehta Film -- Performance of Brahms in Ojai, California. 1969 May 25.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 7" reel 7 1/2 IPS. Music #1. Nagra-Éclair Symphony. Included with this reel is a note indicating that the reel is music only; see folder entitled YRLSC_562_191_3 in this box. Scanned by Wayne July 1, 1974.
Box 191, Folder 4

Yankee Transcendoodle, by Joseph Byrd. 1969 May 25.

Scope and Content

1 - 1/4" audio tape on 7" reel 7 1/2 IPS. Included with this reel is the track listing on Side One and Side Two; see folder entitled YRLSC_562_191_4 in this box. Note on box indicates 1/4 TK. Reproduced by Peter Kirby on April 11, 2001.
 

Subseries 2: Cassettes. 1956-1982.

Language of Material: English

Scope and Content

This subseries includes recordings of interviews, speeches and presentations, and panel discussions with Wayne at such venues as university convocations, professional conferences and symposia, museum and gallery openings, and radio shows.
Box 126, Folder 4

June Wayne interviewed by E. Gunter Troche. 1958 August 8.

Scope and Content

28 minutes. 2 audio cassettes. Copy of reel-to-reel audio box 1, folder 1. 2 copies.
Box 126, Folder 5

KNX Kaleidoscope: June Wayne on Tamarind. 1965 September 3.

Scope and Content

1 audio cassette. Hosted by Fred Anderson.
Box 126, Folder 6

Jules Langsner funeral services. 1967.

Scope and Content

1 audio cassette. Voices in order of appearance: Bill Brices, Henry Seldis, Ken Ross, Lillian Weiner, Jessie Reichek, Fred Wight, Gifford Phillips, Stanley Fleishman, Sam Francis, Rita Morrison, Henry Hopkins, Tom Leavitt, June Wayne, Lerser Feitelson, Peter Selz, Rudd Brown, Clement Greenberg, John Entenza, Phil Gaston, and Don Brewer.
Box 126, Folder 7

June Wayne lecture at College Art Association. 1973 January.

Scope and Content

1 audio cassette.
Box 126, Folder 8

June Wayne speaks about Anni Albers. circa 1970.

Scope and Content

1 audio cassette.
Box 126, Folder 9

June Wayne lecture at Palomar. 1976 March 15.

Scope and Content

1 audio cassette.
Box 126, Folder 10

June Wayne interviewed by Virginia Rubin. 1976 November 22.

Scope and Content

1 audio cassette. See also Rubin paper.
Box 126, Folder 11

June Wayne interviewed by Louise Lewis. 1976 December 7.

Scope and Content

1 audio cassette. Marked as "corrections on Lesser interview."
Box 126, Folder 12

KCET: 28 Tonight -- Artists' Residual Rights Law (AB 1391). 1977 January 20.

Scope and Content

1 audio cassette. Guests include June Wayne, Albert Elsen, and Alan Sieroty. Moderated by Susan Freedman.
Box 126, Folder 13

Art Library Society of North America -- Beyond Illustration: Livres D'Artiste of the 20th Century. 1977 February 3.

Scope and Content

2 audio cassettes. Parts 1 and 2. Panel discussion moderated by Mel Edelstein and featuring June Wayne, Breon Mitchell, and Clarice Davis.
Box 127, Folder 1

June Wayne interviewed by Bill Bragg. 1978 July 24.

Scope and Content

1 audio cassette.
Box 127, Folder 2

Interview with Matsumi Kanemitsu and opening at Claremont. 1978.

Scope and Content

1 audio cassette. Cassette contains two recordings: a discussion between June Wayne and Matsumi Kanemitsu (7/24/1978) and the opening of the exhibition, June Wayne: Paintings, Tapestries and Lithographs at the Montgomery Gallery of Pomona College (11/5/1978).
Box 127, Folder 3

June Wayne: Tapisseries, Lithographies opening at the Foundation Pescatore, Luxembourg. 1979 January 15.

Scope and Content

1 audio cassette. Speech by Jeanine Dubois.
Box 127, Folder 4

June Wayne interviewed by Nancy Devor. 1979 April 19.

Scope and Content

1 audio cassette. For "Taxing Times".
Box 127, Folder 5

June Wayne interviewed by Isabel Anderson. 1980 February 12.

Scope and Content

1 audio cassette.
Box 127, Folder 6

NPR -- The Sunday Show: June Wayne. 1982.

Scope and Content

1 audio cassette. Interviewed by M. Christianson.
Box 127, Folder 7

San Diego Public Radio: June Wayne and Carla Seaquist. 1982 January 7.

Scope and Content

1 audio cassette. Cassette includes 5 interviews.
Box 127, Folder 8

University of Alabama: June Wayne lecture and interview. 1982 October 6.

Scope and Content

1 audio cassette. Includes 2 segments during visits to the University of Alabama: June Wayne speaking and an interview with Carol Sokol.
Box 127, Folder 9

June Wayne interviewed by Carol Sokol in Birmingham, Alabama. 1982 October 6.

Scope and Content

1 audio cassette. Interview on the occasion of the opening of June Wayne: Dorothy Series at the University of Alabama, Birmingham.
Box 127, Folder 10

Tamarind: A 25-Year Retrospective (part 1). 1984 December 2.

Scope and Content

2 audio cassettes. 2 copies of tape 1.
Box 127, Folder 11

Tamarind: A 25-Year Retrospective (part 2). 1984 December 2.

Scope and Content

1 audio cassette.
Box 127, Folder 12

KUSC Evening Show. 1985 November 9.

Scope and Content

1 audio cassette. Includes discussion between June Wayne, Ron Gottesman, and Elaine Attias.
Box 127, Folder 13

Artist's talk for "In the Advent of Change" exhibition at the Fresno Art Museum. 1986 October 14.

Scope and Content

1 audio cassette.
Box 127, Folder 14

Women's Art Registry of Minnesota's 10th Anniversary Conference, "The Contemporary Women in the Visual Arts". 1986 October 16-19.

Scope and Content

1 audio cassette.
Box 127, Folder 15

Westweek panel discussion. 1986 March.

Scope and Content

1 audio cassette. Panel includes June Wayne, Tom Van Sant, Richard Feynman, Jim Goodwin, and Al Hibbs.
Box 127, Folder 16

Backstage at Royce: June Wayne, episode #8735. 1987 June 27.

Scope and Content

1 audio cassette. Hosted by Henry Hopkins.
Box 127, Folder 17

June Wayne interviewed by Ruth Weisberg (part 2). 1987 August 26.

Scope and Content

1 audio cassette. Note says "first part of interview damaged and no longer exists."
Box 127, Folder 18

June Wayne interviewed by Catherine Stifter. 1987 September 19.

Scope and Content

1 audio cassette.
Box 127, Folder 19

NPR -- Re-creating the World: Feminist Art in the 1980s. 1987 November 17.

Scope and Content

1 audio cassette. Produced by Catherine Stifter.
Box 128, Folder 1

Center for Constructive Alternatives (part 1). 1987.

Scope and Content

10 audio cassettes. Cassettes include the following segments: "Re-Shuffling the Deal: Bottom Dogs and the New American Muse" by Daniel Sundahl, "American Writers and the American Way of Life" by Norman Podhoretz, "The New Deal and the Visual Arts" by David Sokol, "The Politics of Culture" by Richard Grenier, "W.P.A. and T.R.A.P. Arts: A Slide Presentation by Sam Knecht, "The Federal Writers' Project: Boondoggle or Bonaza?" by Jerre Mangione, "American Music of the 30s and 40s" by Anthony McDonald, "The View from Inside the Outside" by June Wayne, "The Arts: Who Cares and Who Should Care?" by Wilfred Bain, "The Road to Elsinore: Government Patronage and the Theatre" by Mimi Kramer.
Box 128, Folder 2

Center for Constructive Alternatives (part 2). 1987.

Scope and Content

3 audio cassettes. Cassettes include the following segments: "What Goes and Why?" by Hugh Kenner, "Poetry Reading" and "Literature and Politics" by Czelaw Milosz.
Box 128, Folder 3

KCRW: Arts LA. 1988 March 21 and 24.

Scope and Content

1 audio cassette. Segment on a new tax bill as it related to artists.
Box 128, Folder 4

KCRW: Uniforma Capitalization. 1988 April 15.

Scope and Content

1 audio cassette.
Box 128, Folder 5

June Wayne interviewed by Robert Barrett. 1988.

Scope and Content

2 audio cassettes.
Box 128, Folder 6

Backstage at Royce. 1988 March 19.

Scope and Content

1 audio cassette.
Box 128, Folder 7

June Wayne interviewed by Robert Barrett. 1989.

Scope and Content

1 audio cassette.
Box 128, Folder 8

June Wayne interviewed by Robert Barrett and convocation speech for the College Art Association. 1989-1990.

Scope and Content

1 audio cassette.
Box 128, Folder 9

June Wayne interviewed by Robert Barrett. 1989.

Scope and Content

1 audio cassette.
Box 128, Folder 10

KFPK: Special Program on the National Endowment of the Arts. 1990 July 28.

Scope and Content

1 audio cassette.
Box 128, Folder 11

June Wayne interviewed by Connie Goldman on age. 1991 February.

Scope and Content

1 audio cassette.
Box 128, Folder 12

NPR -- Fresh Air: June Wayne interviewed by Terry Gross. 1991 May 10.

Scope and Content

4 audio cassettes.
Box 129, Folder 1

Backstage Los Angeles: David Jones speaks with June Wayne and Cynthia Burlingham. 1991 October 1.

Scope and Content

1 audio cassette. Taped at the Grunewald Center at the University of California at Los Angeles. Producer for show id Sheila Tapper and engineer is David Peck.
Box 129, Folder 2

June Wayne speech at Barnsdall Municipal Gallery and June Wayne interviewed by Ann Isolde. 1991.

Scope and Content

2 audio cassettes.
Box 129, Folder 3

Whose Story Now? The Artist as Author(ity). 1992.

Scope and Content

2 audio cassettes. June Wayne segment begins near end of first tape and beginning of second tape.
Box 129, Folder 4

June Wayne interviewed by Betty Hedenberg. 1992.

Scope and Content

1 audio cassette.
Box 129, Folder 5

Presentation on June Wayne by Leslie Storrier for Art 368 (Women in Art). 1992 May 19.

Scope and Content

1 audio cassette. Taped at the California State University at Dominguez Hills.
Box 129, Folder 6

Memorial Service for McNeil Lowry. 1993 September 27.

Scope and Content

2 audio cassettes. Recorded at the New York State Theatre, Lincoln Center Plaza, New York City.
Box 129, Folder 7

Unfinished tape made for Pat Gilmour. circa 1993.

Scope and Content

1 audio cassette. Tape includes June Wayne commenting on Josef Albers, Ed Ruscha, and Bruce Connor.
Box 129, Folder 8

Discussion between June Wayne and D. Beneke. 1994 September 21.

Scope and Content

3 audio cassettes.
Box 129, Folder 9

Discussion between June Wayne and Arlene Raven about her work at the Tamarind studio. 1996 April 19-23.

Scope and Content

1 audio cassette.
Box 129, Folder 10

June Wayne speaking at Mount Saint Mary's College. 1998 January 2.

Scope and Content

1 audio cassette.
Box 129, Folder 11

California State University at Northridge speech by June Wayne. 1998 July 18.

Scope and Content

1 audio cassette. Talk regards the 200th anniversary of lithography, the Tamarind Institute and Whooping Cranes.
Box 129, Folder 12

KPCC -- Air Talk with Larry Mantle, guest June Wayne. 1998 November 16.

Scope and Content

1 audio cassette. June Wayne discussion with Laurel Paley and Larry Mantle.
Box 129, Folder 13

June Wayne speaks at the Annenberg Auditorium at the Palm Springs Desert Museum. 1999 June 4.

Scope and Content

1 audio cassette.
Box 129 , Folder 14

Tryout for paper about archives [sic]. circa 2000.

Scope and Content

1 audio cassette.
Box 129, Folder 15

June Wayne interviewed by Lisa Bloom. 2002 January 30.

Scope and Content

1 audio cassette.
Box 129, Folder 16

KPFK: Los Angeles Printmakers and Psychedelic Art. 2003 April 4.

Scope and Content

1 audio cassette.
Box 129, Folder 17

Unidentified symphonic music. undated.

Scope and Content

1 audio cassette. Note on tape says "possibly Ben Lees."
Box 129, Folder 18

Late Bloomer: Stories of Successful Aging. 1988.

Scope and Content

1 audio cassette and booklet.
Box 129, Folder 19

The Dorothy Series by June Wayne. 1982.

Scope and Content

2 audio cassettes.
Box 141, Folder 20

June Wayne interviewed by Jane Todd. 1956 August 13.

Scope and Content

2 vinyl records. See also compact discs in Box 129, folder 22.
 

Subseries 3: Compact Discs. 1953-1972.

Language of Material: English

Scope and Content

This subseries includes recordings of interviews and news reports transferred from other media type, such as reel-to-reel tapes and vinyl records.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

SUBSERIES CONTAINS DIGITAL MATERIALS: Special equipment or further processing may be required for viewing. To access digital materials you must notify the reference desk in advance of your visit.
Box 129, Folder 21

You and Modern Art. 1953.

Scope and Content

2 discs. Recording transferred from reel-to-reel tapes. Discs are labeled "Side A" and "Side B."
Box 129, Folder 22

You and Modern Art. 1953.

Scope and Content

2 discs. Recording transferred from reel-to-reel tapes. Discs are labeled "Side A" and "Side B."
Box 129, Folder 23

Bernard Rosenthal police building bronze statuary controversy. 1955.

Scope and Content

1 disc. News report beginning at track 3 about the installation of Bernard Rosenthal's bronze statuary and subsequent controversy. Includes rumors of communist affiliation of the artists and their lawyers. Also includes recordings of Robin Wayne playing piano.
Box 129, Folder 24

June Wayne interviewed by Jane Todd. 1956 August 13.

Scope and Content

1 disc. Recording transferred from 78RPM vinyl record. For vinyl records see Box 141, Folder 1.
Box 129, Folder 25

June Wayne interviewed by Ann Holden. 1958 August 17.

Scope and Content

1 disc. Recording transferred from 33 1/3 RPM vinyl record.
Box 129, Folder 26

Tamarind Workshop -- KPFK broadcast, "Arts and Artists". 1960 July 18.

Scope and Content

1 disc. Voices included on the audio tape are Henry Seldise, June Wayne, Clinton Adams. See also original.
Box 129, Folder 27

WNBC -- "Speak Up," June Wayne interviewed by Edith Walton. 1964 October 15.

Scope and Content

1 disc.
Box 129, Folder 28

Joan of Art seminar. 1972 April 7.

Scope and Content

2 discs. Discs labeled 1 of 2 and 2 of 2.
Box 129, Folder 29

Joan of Art seminar. 1972 July 27.

Scope and Content

2 discs. Discs labeled 1 of 2 and 2 of 2.
Box 129, Folder 30

Joan of Art seminar. 1972 August 10.

Scope and Content

2 discs. Discs labeled 1 of 2 and 2 of 2.
 

Subseries 4: Films. 1950-2005.

Language of Material: English

Scope and Content

This subseries includes footage of interviews, news reports, performances, and film documenting Wayne’s production of art. Also included is some personal footage and notes documenting copyright and other information related to the audio and film recordings in the collection.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Types of material include VHS tapes, 16 mm reels, ¾” tapes, VHS tapes, and DVDs.
SUBSERIES CONTAINS DIGITAL MATERIALS: Special equipment or further processing may be required for viewing. To access digital materials you must notify the reference desk in advance of your visit.
Box 129, Folder 31

Personal footage. circa 1950s.

Scope and Content

1 16 mm reel.
Box 129, Folder 32

Personal footage -- Robin Wayne's birthday party. circa 1950s.

Scope and Content

1 16 mm reel.
Box 129, Folder 33

La Jolla exhibition. circa 1950s.

Scope and Content

1 16 mm reel. Reel also includes footage from the Londonderry house.
Box 130, Folder 1

La Jolla exhibition and Robin Wayne. circa 1950s.

Scope and Content

1 16 mm reel.
Box 130, Folder 2

Unidentified art exhibition. circa 1950s.

Scope and Content

1 16 mm reel.
Box 130, Folder 3

Unidentified art exhibition. circa 1950s.

Scope and Content

1 16 mm reel.
Box 130, Folder 4

Unidentified art exhibition. circa 1950s.

Scope and Content

1 16 mm reel.
Box 131, Folder 1

June Wayne (Paintings, Lithographs, Drawings). 1952.

Scope and Content

1 16 mm reel.
Box 131, Folder 2

The Dorothy Series. 1982.

Scope and Content

3/4" tape. Labeled "DS-1," 60 min. run time with 3 17 minute repetitions of the program.
Box 131, Folder 3

The Dorothy Series. 1982.

Scope and Content

3/4" tape. Labeled "DS-2," 60 min. run time with three 17 minute repetitions of the program with intermissions of 3 minutes between segments.
Box 131, Folder 4

The Dorothy Series. 1982.

Scope and Content

3/4" tape. Labeled "DS-3", 60 minute run time with three 17 minute repetitions of the program with 3 minute intermissions between segments. Note inside indicates Wayne took the tape with her to New York.
Box 131, Folder 5

The Dorothy Series. 1982.

Scope and Content

3/4" tape. Labeled "DS-4," 27:05 minute run time. Dubbed from reel 1-1248-3.
Box 131, Folder 6

The Dorothy Series. 1982.

Scope and Content

3/4" tape. Labeled "DS-5," 27:05 minute run time. Dubbed from reel 1-1248-3. Note on tape indicates the inclusion of interviews.
Box 131, Folder 7

The Dorothy Series. 1982.

Scope and Content

3/4" tape. Labeled "DS-6," 17 min run time.
Box 131, Folder 8

The Dorothy Series -- clip. 1982.

Scope and Content

3/4" tape. Labeled "DS-7," 1:04 min run time.
Box 131, Folder 9

The Dorothy Series. 1982.

Scope and Content

3/4" tape. Labeled "DS-8," 27:05 minute run time. Dubbed from reel 1-1248-3.
Box 131, Folder 10

The Dorothy Series. 1982.

Scope and Content

3/4" tape. Labeled "DS-9," 17 min run time.
Box 131, Folder 11

The Dorothy Series -- film strip set. 1982.

Scope and Content

139 slides and 1 audio cassette.
Box 131, Folder 12

The Dorothy Series -- film strip set (copy 2). 1982.

Scope and Content

139 slides and 1 audio cassette.
Box 132, Folder 1

The Dorothy Series. 1982.

Scope and Content

3/4" tape. Labeled "DS-10."
Box 132, Folder 2

The Dorothy Series. 1988.

Scope and Content

1/2" tape. Not labeled but corresponds to item listed as "DS-15." 17:30 minute run time. Struck from the master tape on October 18, 1988.
Box 132, Folder 3

The Dorothy Series. 1982.

Scope and Content

3/4" tape. Labeled "DS-16."
Box 132, Folder 4

KCET -- June Wayne Series: "June Wayne and Ti Grace Atkinson". 1972 June 27.

Scope and Content

3/4" tape. 30 minute run time.
Box 132, Folder 5

KCET -- June Wayne Series: "June Wayne and Francoise Gilot". 1972 June 27.

Scope and Content

3/4" tape. 30 minute run time.
Box 132, Folder 6

KCET -- June Wayne Series: "June Wayne and May Tabak". 1972 June 27.

Scope and Content

3/4" tape. 30 minute run time.
Box 132, Folder 7

KCET -- June Wayne Series: "June Wayne and Barbara Lee Diamonstein". 1972 June 27.

Scope and Content

3/4" tape. 30 minute run time.
Box 132, Folder 8

KCET -- June Wayne Series: "June Wayne and Grace Glueck". 1972 June 28.

Scope and Content

3/4" tape. 30 minute run time.
Box 132, Folder 9

KCET -- June Wayne Series: "June Wayne and Louise Nevelson". 1972 June 28.

Scope and Content

3/4" tape. 30 minute run time.
Box 132, Folder 10

KCET -- June Wayne Series: "Panel Discussion". 1972 June 28.

Scope and Content

3/4" tape. 30 minute run time. Panel includes June Wayne, Barbara Diamonstein, May Tabak, Grace Glueck, and Ti Grace Atkinson.
Box 132, Folder 11

KCET -- June Wayne Series: "June Wayne and Grace Glueck". 1972 June 28.

Scope and Content

1/2" tape on reel. 30 minute run time.
Box 132, Folder 12

"The Lively Arts". 1972.

Scope and Content

1/2" tape on reel. 30 minute run time. Produced by James Malthus and hosted by James Hanschumacher with Wayne as the subject of the show.
Box 132, Folder 13

"The Lively Arts". 1972.

Scope and Content

1/2" tape on reel. 30 minute run time. Produced by James Malthus and hosted by James Hanschumacher with Wayne as the subject of the show.
Box 132, Folder 14

"Speculation: A Conversation with June Wayne". 1973 March 26.

Scope and Content

1/2" tape on reel.
Box 133, Folder 1

Double X: Interview with June Wayne at the Chicago Art Institute (part 1 of 2). 1976 October 10.

Scope and Content

3/4" tape.
Box 133, Folder 2

Double X: Interview with June Wayne at the Chicago Art Institute (part 1 of 2). 1976 October 10.

Scope and Content

3/4" tape.
Box 133, Folder 3

KCET -- 28 Tonight: panel discussion on Artists' Residual Rights Law (AB 1391). 1977 January 20.

Scope and Content

3/4" tape. Panel includes June Wayne, Albert Elsen, and Alan Sieorty and is moderated by Susan Freedman.
Box 133, Folder 4

KNXT -- Ruth Asthon Taylor Report: June Wayne. 1982 May 9.

Scope and Content

3/4" tape.
Box 133, Folder 5

Catch Desire by the Tail. 1984 October .

Scope and Content

3/4" tape. Performance at the Guggenheim Museum in New York City. Directed by Francoise Kourilsk. Score by Joel Thorne. Performed by June Wayne, Beverly Pepper, Bernard Rosenthal, Red Grooms, David Hockney, Louise Bourgeois, Jack Youngerman, and Francoise Gilot.
Box 133, Folder 6

Fresno Art Center: June Wayne. 1988 May 6.

Scope and Content

3/4" tape. B-roll part 1.
Box 133, Folder 7

Fresno Art Center: June Wayne. 1988 May 6.

Scope and Content

3/4" tape. B-roll part 2.
Box 133, Folder 8

Fresno Art Center: June Wayne. 1988 May 6.

Scope and Content

3/4" tape. Robert Barrett interviews June Wayne.
Box 133, Folder 9

June Wayne interviewed by Robert Barrett (part 1 of 2). 1989.

Scope and Content

3/4" tape.
Box 133, Folder 10

June Wayne interviewed by Robert Barrett (part 2 of 2). 1989.

Scope and Content

3/4" tape.
Box 133, Folder 11

Unlabelled tape. undated.

Scope and Content

3/4" tape. Tape case has the identifying number "C-522" indicating that it is most likely part of the KCET June Wayne Series.
Box 134, Folder 1

Four Stones of Kanemitsu. 1973.

Scope and Content

1 VHS tape. 28:15 minutes. Short documentary film produced by June Wayne and nominated for an Academy Award in the Best Documentary Short category.
Box 134, Folder 2

A World of Art: Works in Progress -- June Wayne. 1996.

Scope and Content

1 VHS tape. 30 minutes. Segment in a series of documentaries about artists working in their studios. This segment features June Wayne.
Box 134, Folder 3

A World of Art: Works in Progress -- June Wayne. 1997.

Scope and Content

1 VHS tape sealed in original packaging. 30 minutes. Segment in a series of documentaries about artists working in their studios. This segment features June Wayne.
Box 134, Folder 4

A World of Art: Works in Progress -- June Wayne -- fine cuts (1 of 5). 1996.

Scope and Content

1 VHS tape.
Box 134, Folder 5

A World of Art: Works in Progress -- June Wayne -- fine cuts (2 of 5). 1996.

Scope and Content

1 VHS tape.
Box 134, Folder 6

A World of Art: Works in Progress -- June Wayne -- fine cuts (3 of 5). 1996.

Scope and Content

1 VHS tape.
Box 134, Folder 7

A World of Art: Works in Progress -- June Wayne -- fine cuts (4 of 5). 1996.

Scope and Content

1 VHS tape.
Box 134, Folder 8

A World of Art: Works in Progress -- June Wayne -- fine cuts (5 of 5). 1996.

Scope and Content

1 VHS tape.
Box 134, Folder 9

A World of Art: Works in Progress -- June Wayne -- outtakes #1 and #2. 1996.

Scope and Content

1 VHS tape. Includes Wayne's art as well as a discussion of materials, mediums, and ideas.
Box 134, Folder 10

A World of Art: Works in Progress -- June Wayne -- outtakes #3. 1996.

Scope and Content

1 VHS tape. June Wayne in Los Angeles studio with Jerry Vanderwood.
Box 134, Folder 11

A World of Art: Works in Progress -- June Wayne -- outtakes #5 and #6. 1996.

Scope and Content

1 VHS tape. June Wayne in Los Angeles studio with Judith Solodkin.
Box 134, Folder 12

A World of Art: Works in Progress -- June Wayne -- outtakes #7 and #8. 1996.

Scope and Content

1 VHS tape. June Wayne in Los Angeles studio with Judith Solodkin.
Box 135, Folder 1

A World of Art: Works in Progress -- June Wayne -- outtakes #9 and #10. 1996.

Scope and Content

1 VHS tape. June Wayne in Los Angeles studio with Judith Solodkin.
Box 135, Folder 2

A World of Art: Works in Progress -- June Wayne -- outtakes #12 and #13. 1996.

Scope and Content

1 VHS tape. June Wayne in Los Angeles studio with Carol Kim.
Box 135, Folder 3

A World of Art: Works in Progress -- June Wayne -- outtakes #14 and #15. 1996.

Scope and Content

1 VHS tape. June Wayne in Los Angeles studio with Hank Plone.
Box 135, Folder 4

A World of Art: Works in Progress -- June Wayne -- outtakes #20 and #21. 1996.

Scope and Content

1 VHS tape. June Wayne in New York creating lithographs. Tape includes shots of Wayne drawing on the lithography stone and the technical process of preparing to print.
Box 135, Folder 5

A World of Art: Works in Progress -- June Wayne -- outtakes #22. 1996.

Scope and Content

1 VHS tape. June Wayne in New York printing.
Box 135, Folder 6

A World of Art: Works in Progress -- June Wayne -- outtakes #23A and #23B. 1996.

Scope and Content

1 VHS tape. June Wayne in New York processing printing plates.
Box 135, Folder 7

A World of Art: Works in Progress -- June Wayne -- outtakes #24 and #25. 1996.

Scope and Content

1 VHS tape. June Wayne in New York processing printing plates.
Box 135, Folder 8

A World of Art: Works in Progress -- June Wayne -- outtakes #26 and #27. 1996.

Scope and Content

1 VHS tape. June Wayne in New York processing and printing plates.
Box 135, Folder 9

A World of Art: Works in Progress -- June Wayne -- outtakes #28 and #29. 1996.

Scope and Content

1 VHS tape. June Wayne in New York with Arlene Raven.
Box 135, Folder 10

A World of Art: Works in Progress -- June Wayne -- outtakes #30 and #31. 1996.

Scope and Content

1 VHS tape. June Wayne in New York and interviewed by Judith Solodkin.
Box 135, Folder 11

A World of Art: Works in Progress -- June Wayne -- outtakes #32 and #33. 1996.

Scope and Content

1 VHS tape. June Wayne in New York in the studio and walking outside.
Box 135, Folder 12

A World of Art: Works in Progress -- June Wayne -- outtakes #38 and #39. 1996.

Scope and Content

1 VHS tape. June Wayne in her Los Angeles studio and home with Hank Plone.
Box 136, Folder 1

A World of Art: Works in Progress -- June Wayne -- outtakes #40 and #41. 1996.

Scope and Content

1 VHS tape. June Wayne in Los Angeles studio discussing artwork.
Box 136, Folder 2

A World of Art: Works in Progress -- June Wayne -- outtakes #42 and #43. 1996.

Scope and Content

1 VHS tape. June Wayne in Los Angeles studio discussing her history and the Tamarind Institute.
Box 136, Folder 3

A World of Art: Works in Progress -- June Wayne -- outtakes #60 and #61. 1996.

Scope and Content

1 VHS tape. June Wayne in the Los Angeles studio.
Box 136, Folder 4

PBS -- Classic Arts Showcase. 1996.

Scope and Content

2 VHS tapes. 2 copies of episode created from editing down the A World of Art: Works in Progress - June Wayne documentary.
Box 136, Folder 5

San Diego Museum of Art interview with Nancy Kaufman. 1981February.

Scope and Content

2 beta tapes. Filmed in conjunction with the exhibition, "The Dorothy Series." 2 copies.
Box 136, Folder 6

The Dorothy Series. 1982.

Scope and Content

1 VHS tape. 1 of 3 segments. 17 minutes.
Box 136, Folder 7

The Dorothy Series. 1982.

Scope and Content

1 VHS tape. Film is looped three times for exhibition display.
Box 136, Folder 8

June Wayne's Dorothy Series: 20 lithographs on the life of Dorothy Alice Kline, 1899-1960. 1982.

Scope and Content

1 VHS tape. Includes 3 looped segments.
Box 136, Folder 9

KCET -- June Wayne Series: "June Wayne and Ti Grace Atkinson" (copy 1 of 2). 1972 June 27.

Scope and Content

1 VHS tape. 30 minute run time.
Box 137, Folder 1

KCET -- June Wayne Series: "June Wayne and Ti Grace Atkinson" (copy 2 of 2). 1972 June 27.

Scope and Content

1 VHS tape. 30 minute run time.
Box 137, Folder 2

KCET -- June Wayne Series: "June Wayne and Grace Glueck" (copy 1 of 2). 1972 June 27.

Scope and Content

1 VHS tape. 30 minute run time.
Box 137, Folder 3

KCET -- June Wayne Series: "June Wayne and Grace Glueck" (copy 2 of 2). 1972 June 27.

Scope and Content

1 VHS tape. 30 minute run time.
Box 137, Folder 4

KCET -- June Wayne Series: "June Wayne and Louise Nevelson" (copy 1 of 2). 1972 June 27.

Scope and Content

1 VHS tape. 30 minute run time.
Box 137, Folder 5

KCET -- June Wayne Series: "June Wayne and Louise Nevelson" (copy 2 of 2). 1972 June 27.

Scope and Content

1 VHS tape. 30 minute run time.
Box 137, Folder 6

KCET -- June Wayne Series: "June Wayne and Francoise Gilot" (copy 1 of 2). 1972 June 27.

Scope and Content

1 VHS tape. 30 minute run time.
Box 137, Folder 7

KCET -- June Wayne Series: "June Wayne and Francoise Gilot" (copy 2 of 2). 1972 June 27.

Scope and Content

1 VHS tape. 30 minute run time.
Box 137, Folder 8

KCET -- June Wayne Series: "June Wayne and May Tabak". 1972 June 27.

Scope and Content

1 VHS tape. 30 minute run time.
Box 137, Folder 9

KCET -- June Wayne Series: "June Wayne and Barbara Lee Diamonstein". 1972 June 27.

Scope and Content

1 VHS tape. 30 minute run time.
Box 137, Folder 10

KCET -- June Wayne Series: "Panel Discussion" (copy 1 of 2). 1972 June 28.

Scope and Content

1 VHS tape. 30 minute run time. Panel includes June Wayne, Barbara Diamonstein, May Tabak, Grace Glueck, and Ti Grace Atkinson.
Box 137, Folder 11

KCET -- June Wayne Series: "Panel Discussion" (copy 2 of 2). 1972 June 28.

Scope and Content

1 VHS tape. 30 minute run time. Panel includes June Wayne, Barbara Diamonstein, May Tabak, Grace Glueck, and Ti Grace Atkinson.
Box 137, Folder 12

KCET -- June Wayne Series: "June Wayne interviews leading women artists". 1972 June 28.

Scope and Content

1 VHS tape.
Box 137, Folder 13

Conference for Women in the Visual Arts at the Cochran Gallery, Washington, D.C. 1972 April.

Scope and Content

1 VHS tape.
Box 137, Folder 14

Speculation: a conversation with June Wayne. 1973 March 26.

Scope and Content

1 VHS tape.
Box 138, Folder 1

Double X: Interview with June Wayne at the Chicago Art Institute (part 1 of 2) (copy 1). 1976 October 14.

Scope and Content

1 VHS tape.
Box 138, Folder 2

Double X: Interview with June Wayne at the Chicago Art Institute (part 2 of 2) (copy 1). 1976 October 14.

Scope and Content

1 VHS tape.
Box 138, Folder 3

Double X: Interview with June Wayne at the Chicago Art Institute (part 1 of 2) (copy 2). 1976 October 14.

Scope and Content

1 VHS tape.
Box 138, Folder 4

Double X: Interview with June Wayne at the Chicago Art Institute (part 2 of 2) (copy 2). 1976 October 14.

Scope and Content

1 VHS tape.
Box 138, Folder 5

View from Inside the Outside, Hillsdale College. 1987 February 8.

Scope and Content

1 VHS tape.
Box 138, Folder 6

Fresno Art Center: June Wayne -- Djuna Set. 1988 May 6.

Scope and Content

1 VHS tape.
Box 138, Folder 7

Fresno Art Center: June Wayne -- Art (part 1 of 2). 1988 May 6.

Scope and Content

1 VHS tape.
Box 138 , Folder 8

Fresno Art Center: June Wayne -- Art (part 2 of 2). 1988 May 6.

Scope and Content

1 VHS tape.
Box 138, Folder 9

Fresno Art Center: June Wayne -- interviewed by Robert Barrett (part 1). 1988 May 6.

Scope and Content

1 VHS tape.
Box 138 , Folder 10

Fresno Art Center: June Wayne -- interviewed by Robert Barrett (part 3). 1988 May 6.

Scope and Content

1 VHS tape.
Box 138, Folder 11

Fresno Art Center: June Wayne -- Djuna Set private opening. 1988 May 1.

Scope and Content

1 VHS tape.
Box 138, Folder 12

The Art of the Matter -- unedited interview. 1989.

Scope and Content

1 VHS tape.
Box 138, Folder 13

The Art of the Matter -- first edit. 1989.

Scope and Content

1 VHS tape.
Box 138, Folder 14

The Art of the Matter -- second edit. 1989.

Scope and Content

1 VHS tape.
Box 139, Folder 1

Living Legacy Award Ceremony. 1989.

Scope and Content

1 VHS tape. June Wayne is the recipient of the honor. Introduced by Francoise Gilot.
Box 139, Folder 2

Thirtieth Anniversary of Tamarind Workshop. 1990.

Scope and Content

1 VHS tape. Speakers include June Wayne and Clinton Adams.
Box 139, Folder 3

June Wayne in her studio. 1992 April 5.

Scope and Content

1 VHS tape.
Box 139, Folder 4

School of the Arts Commencement. 1994.

Scope and Content

1 VHS tape.
Box 139, Folder 5

A World of Art: Works in Progress -- June Wayne. 1996.

Scope and Content

1 betamax tape.
Box 139, Folder 6

Crossing the Threshold. 1997.

Scope and Content

1 VHS tape.
Box 139, Folder 7

Los Angeles County Museum of Art Graphic Arts Council -- June Wayne studio visit. 1998 September 19.

Scope and Content

1 VHS tape.
Box 139, Folder 8

Symposium, reception, and exhibition at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. 1998.

Scope and Content

1 VHS tape.
Box 139, Folder 9

KCAL 9 News -- interview with June Wayne. 1998 October.

Scope and Content

1 VHS tape.
Box 139, Folder 10

KCET -- Life and Times Tonight -- Pat Morrison interviews June Wayne. 1998 January.

Scope and Content

1 VHS tape. Includes the entire filmed interview between Morrison and Wayne.
Box 139, Folder 11

A Public Affairs Special: A Glimpse into the L.A. Art Scene. 1999 May 14.

Scope and Content

1 VHS tape.
Box 139, Folder 12

KCET -- Life and Times Tonight -- Pat Morrison interviews June Wayne (first broadcast version). 1998.

Scope and Content

1 VHS tape.
Box 139, Folder 13

Joint address to the Southern Council for Women in the Arts (SCWA) and the Women's Caucus for the Arts (WCA). 1999 February 9.

Scope and Content

1 VHS tape. Opening address given by June Wayne.
Box 139, Folder 14

June Wayne at the Palm Springs Desert Musuem. 1999 September 15.

Scope and Content

1 VHS tape.
Box 140, Folder 1

New Jersey Networks News -- June Wayne donation to the Mason Gross School. 2002 October 4.

Scope and Content

1 VHS tape.
Box 140, Folder 2

The Print as Rare Object Symposium -- Swann Auction Galleries. 2002.

Scope and Content

1 VHS tape. Gala celebration and symposium in conjunction with the Rutgers Center for innovative print and paper. Video features June Wayne, Judith Brodsky, Lynne Allen, David Kiehl, and Bill Bartman. Symposium exploring the dichotomy of the print as a democratic media and rare object.
Box 140, Folder 3

KCET -- Life and Times Tonight -- Pat Morrison interviews June Wayne (second broadcast version). 2004 January 5.

Scope and Content

1 VHS tape.
Box 140, Folder 4

June Wayne interviewed by Gary Greenberg. circa 2005.

Scope and Content

1 VHS tape.
Box 140, Folder 5

The Look of the Lithographer. 1960s.

Scope and Content

2 VHS tapes. Filmed at Tamarind Workshop. Includes footage of Serge Lozingot and Louise Nevelson working on a lithograph.
Box 140, Folder 6

Louise Nevelson: Geometry + Magic. undated.

Scope and Content

1 VHS tape.
Box 140, Folder 7

Lasting Impressions. 1998.

Scope and Content

1 VHS tape. Bob Blackburn Penman Hack workshop founded 1948.
Box 140, Folder 8

Noah Perifoy. 1995 May 30.

Scope and Content

1 VHS tape. Exhibition.
Box 140, Folder 9

Four Stones for Kanemitsu. 1973.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

1 DVD.
Box 140, Folder 10

A World of Art: Works in Progress -- June Wayne. 1996.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

1 DVD. Recording transferred from VHS.
Box 140, Folder 11

June Wayne: Chicago Art Institute Exhibition. 2011.

Scope and Content

Film commemorating Wayne's exhibition of tapestries at the Chicago Art Institute. Published by MB Abrams Galleries.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

1 DVD.
Box 141, Folder 2

Notebook -- audiovisual records. circa 1960s-1990s.

Scope and Content

Notes. Pages taken from two 3-ring binders detailing the identity of many of the audio and film recordings in the collection. Often the notes on the tape and the notes in the binder do not match exactly.
Box 141, Folder 3

Notebook -- The Dorothy Series. circa 1980.

Scope and Content

Notes. Includes copyright clearance documentation, music lists, and script for "The Dorothy Series" video.
Box 191, Folder 5

Four Stones. undated.

Scope and Content

35 mm film.

Preservation Note

This film has been placed in a small archival box, as it is not on a core or in a container.
 

Subseries 5: Documentation. 1980-2001.

Language of Material: English

Scope and Content

This subseries includes various documentation related to the production of audio or video recordings including voice-over text and score sheets.

Processing Information

Includes materials from the July 2012 addition.
Box 141, Folder 4

Audiovisual Drawer labels. undated.

Scope and Content

Lists.
Box 200, Folder 14

June Wayne News Spots -- VHS Dubbing. undated.

Language of Material: English
Box 141, Folder 7

The Dorothy Series -- Duplication Records. 2001.

Scope and Content

Receipts, instructions. Includes records related to the reproduction of the Dorothy Series videos. Also includes instructions on how to assemble the video casing, particularly to include an essay by Ruth Weisberg.
Box 154, Folder 4

The Dorothy Series -- KCET requisition forms and production notes. 1981.

Scope and Content

Forms and notes.
Box 154, Folder 3

The Dorothy Series -- Oversize Score Sheets. 1981.

Scope and Content

Score sheets and notes. Includes various notes and timing for slideshow audio recording and The Dorothy Series video.
Box 141, Folder 5

The Dorothy Series -- Sales and Legal Documentation. 1981-1982.

Scope and Content

Receipts, correspondence, notes, and documents. The documents in this file predominantly relate to either to obtaining rights to the music used in "The Dorothy Series" video or to the sale of the videos and slides.
Box 141, Folder 6

The Dorothy Series -- Voiceovers. 1980-1982.

Scope and Content

Correspondence, drafts of voice over. Includes both English and French versions of the voice over text for the Dorothy Series video and slides.
Box 200, Folder 15

The Dorothy Series -- Voiceovers. undated.

Language of Material: English
Box 200, Folder 15

The Dorothy Series -- Voiceovers Rerecorded. 2001 August.

Language of Material: English
 

Series 11: Slides. 1936-2006.

Language of Material: English

Organization and Arrangement

The slides are organized following Wayne’s organizational method of separating works by medium and sometimes by series. Within folders, the slides are generally arranged chronologically. However, Wayne had her own system of organizing the slides of her prints, which she called “Gilmour” numbers. These numbers were created by Pat Gilmour in preparation for a catalogue of Wayne’s works.

Scope and Content

This series contains Wayne’s professional slide collection. It predominantly consists of slides of her work.
Box 141, Folder 8

Slide lists. undated.

Scope and Content

Includes various lists of the slides as well as a list of people with whom Wayne corresponded.
Box 141, Folder 9

Lithographs (folder 1 of 2). 1948-2006.

Scope and Content

223 color slides and 2 lists. Includes slides of lithographs and collages created by June Wayne. This folder also includes two lists of slides in what is referred to as Gilmour order and alphabetically. The Gilmour order numbering system derives from the numbering system used by Pat Gilmour in her volume, "June Wayne: Lithographs" published in 1989. See also folders for the Dorothy Series. Some slides were missing from Wayne's studio collection when the items were processed for the archives. When these items are available elsewhere in the collection, it is indicated within the folder.
Box 141, Folder 10

Lithographs (folder 2 of 2). 1948-2006.

Scope and Content

206 color slides. Includes slides of lithographs and collages created by June Wayne. See also folders for the Dorothy Series. Some slides were missing from Wayne's studio collection when the items were processed for the archives. When these items are available elsewhere in the collection, it is indicated within the folder.
Box 231, Folder 7

Lithographs (Duplicate slides). 1951-1988.

Box 141, Folder 11

Stellar Winds. 1978-1979.

Scope and Content

55 color slides. Includes slides of the lithographs and colophon for the Stellar Winds series.
Box 231, Folder 12

Stellar Winds (Duplicate slides). 1978-1979.

Box 141, Folder 12

The Dorothy Series. 1976-1979.

Scope and Content

201 color slides. Includes slides of the lithographs and colophon for the Dorothy series including details and title slides.
Box 231, Folder 8

The Dorothy Series (Duplicate slides). 1976-1979.

Box 141, Folder 13

My Palomar. 1983-1985.

Scope and Content

10 color slides. Includes slides of the lithographs and colophon for the My Palomar series.
Box 141, Folder 14

Solar Flares. 1981-1983.

Scope and Content

7 color slides. Includes slides from the Solar Flares colophon.
Box 141, Folder 15

Tapestries. undated.

Scope and Content

26 color slides. Includes the slides of 13 tapestries.
Box 231, Folder 11

Tapestries (Duplicate slides). undated.

Box 141, Folder 16

Paintings. 1936-1996.

Scope and Content

128 color slides.
Box 231, Folder 9

Paintings (Duplicate slides). 1936-1996.

Box 142, Folder 1

Drawings. 1945-1998.

Scope and Content

31 color slides.
Box 142, Folder 2

Exhibition installations. undated.

Scope and Content

163 color slides. "June Wayne" at the Art Center of La Jolla, "Lithographs by June Wayne: A Retrospective" at the Cincinnati Art Museum, "Made in California: an Exhibition of Five Workshops" at the Grunewald Graphic Arts Foundation, "June Wayne: an Exhibition of Paintings, Tapestries, and Lithographs" at the Los Angeles Municipal Gallery in Barnsdall Park, an installation of prints from the Donne series at the University of Washington library, "Wind, Waves, Visas: Tapestries, Paintings, Lithographs" at the Artemisia Gallery in Chicago, "Tapestries and Lithographs by June Wayne" at Cypress College Fine Arts Gallery, tapestry installations at the Transamerica Pyramid in San Francisco, "June Wayne: The Djuna Set" at the Montgomery Art Gallery of Pomona College, "June Wayne: A Retrospective" at the Palm Springs Desert Museum and LACMA. The folder also includes installation shots of the genetic code series installed in Wayne's home and studio.
Box 231, Folder 10

Exhibition installations (Duplicate slides). undated.

Box 142, Folder 3

Studio, Home, and Publicity. 1969-1981.

Scope and Content

265 color slides. Includes slides from various professional photo shoots. Includes slides photographed during the KCET tapings of the June Wayne show and during Wayne's time spent as visiting artist at the University of Texas, Austin. Photographers credited for the slides include Julius Shulman, Kenneth Rogers, and Bernard Nagler.
Box 142, Folder 4

Portraits of June Wayne. 1939-1995.

Scope and Content

35 color slides. All slides are portraits of Wayne. Photographer Kenna Love credited for some of the slides.
Box 142, Folder 5

Wayne's trip to Japan. 1989.

Scope and Content

69 color slides.
Box 142, Folder 6

Tamarind Workshop - chops. undated.

Scope and Content

8 color slides. Includes Wayne's watermark and chop as well as the Tamarind Workshop chop.
Box 142, Folder 7

Tamarind Workshop and Institute. circa 1960s-1980s.

Scope and Content

13 color slides. Slides show interior spaces of the Tamarind Workshop as well as various artists and printers working in the studio.
Box 142, Folder 8

Tamarind Workshop prints. 1960s.

Scope and Content

70 color slides. Slides feature the work of artists who trained or visited the Tamarind Workshop. Artists represented are: Clinton Adams, Garo Antreasian, Ruth Asawa, Kengiro Azuma, Herbert Bayer, William Brice, Jose Luis Cuevas, Richard Diebenkorn, Sam Francis, Francoise Gilot, Leon Golub, John Grillo, Philip Guston, Richard Hunt, Alfred Jensen, Ynez Johnston, Allen Jones, John Paul Jones, Matsumi Kanemitsu, James Kelly, Rico Lebrun, Jacques Lipchitz, Frank Lobdell, James McGarrell, Lee Mullican, Nathan Oliveira, George Ortman, Jesse Reichek, James Strombotne, George Sugarman, Joyce Treiman, Kenneth Tyler, Emerson, Woelffer, Paul Wunderlich, and Adja Yunkers.
Box 142, Folder 9

Broken Stones. undated.

Scope and Content

154 color slides, 11 4x5" negatives. Slides appear to be from a presentation by Wayne. Most slides are numbered though many slides were assigned multiple or conflicting numbers. Slides feature the Los Angeles area, the Tamarind Workshop, many of Wayne's colleagues, as well as Wayne's work.
Box 142, Folder 10

Jet Propulsion Lab slides. undated.

Scope and Content

20 color slides. Slides feature images of the planets and the Voyager 2 craft.
Box 142, Folder 11

Portfolio slide booklets. undated.

Scope and Content

2 booklets with 36 slides in each. Booklets were portfolios to be sent to galleries, museums, and potential buyers.
Box 142, Folder 12

Large format slides. undated.

Scope and Content

6 slides. Includes images of Wayne's "Thou Shalt Not", Francoise Gilot's "The Dream", and Charles White's "Love Letter."
Box 142, Folder 13

3-D viewer slide sets. 1952-1955.

Scope and Content

16 slide pairs. Objects in this folder were intended to be viewed through a special view finder in order to give a three-dimensional illusion to the image. The images on these slides are of the Wayne home at Londonderry and of Robin Wayne's birthday party. For 3-D slide viewer, see box 126, folder 14.
Box 142, Folder 14

Filmstrips. 1986.

Scope and Content

Color filmstrips. Filmstrips include sets of Wayne's work generally taken from a series such as My Palomar, Stellar Winds, or A Day Off.
Box 126, Folder 14

3-D viewer. 1950s.

Scope and Content

1 3-D slide viewer. The viewer gives the allusion of a three dimensional space when double slides are placed inside. To use with 3-D slides, see box 142, folder 13.
Box 154, Folder 5

Broken Stones slide list. undated.

Scope and Content

Lists. List that indicates which slides may be missing from the Broken Stones set.
 

Series 12: Artwork Photographs. 1936-2007.

Language of Material: English

Organization and Arrangement

The series is organized into seven subseries: Prints; Print Suites; Paintings; Drawings: Collages: Tapestries: and Digital Files. The order of the series follows the order Wayne used in her studio, dividing the art work by medium and, in the case of prints, by suite. Within each subseries, artwork is arranged, if available, by suite, and then alphabetically.

Scope and Content

The photographs in these series were used to send to galleries and buyers. Most of the photographs in this series are 8x10” black and white prints or 5x7” color transparencies, though other formats and negatives are included.
 

Subseries 1: Prints. 1948-2007.

Language of Material: English

Scope and Content

This subseries includes photographs of lithographs and etchings made by Wayne that were not included in a set.
Box 143, Folder 1

Tamarind Artists. 1960s.

Scope and Content

10 8x10" photographs. Includes photographs of artwork by the following artists: Philip Guston, Ynez Johnston, John Paul Jones, Rico LeBraun, Louise Nevelson, Nathan Oliveira, Henry Pearson, Adja Yunkers. See also slides of Tamarind artists' prints, box 142, folder 8.
Box 143, Folder 2

Adam en Attente. 1958.

Scope and Content

3 8x10" negatives, 2 8x10" photographs, 2 2x3" installation shots. Includes images of Adam En Attente and Eve en Attente, as well as installation shots of the two works together.
Box 143, Folder 3

The Advocate. 1952.

Scope and Content

2 8x10" photographs.
Box 143, Folder 4

Aigrette. 1980.

Scope and Content

1 8x10" negative, 1 8x10" photograph.
Box 143, Folder 5

Ankidor. 1987.

Scope and Content

1 8x10" negative, 2 8x10" photographs, 1 photograph on board. Includes a detail of the lithograph printed on mat board.
Box 143, Folder 6