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June Wayne papers, 1909-2000

Processed by UCLA Library Special Collections staff, Elizabeth Spatz, Lilace Hatayama, Amy Shung-Gee Wong, Jasmine Jones, and Mike D'Errico; machine-readable finding aid created by Caroline Cubé.
Portions of the processing of this collection was generously supported by Arcadia  funds.
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Title: June Wayne papers
Collection number: 562
Contributing Institution: UCLA Library Special Collections
Language of Material: English
Physical Description: 114.0 linear ft. (228 document boxes, 10 oversize boxes, and 25 boxes of audiovisual materials)
Date (inclusive): 1909-2012
Abstract: June Claire Wayne was born on March 7, 1918 in Chicago, Illinois, where at the age of 15 she dropped out of high school to pursue her career as an artist. In addition to her work in lithography, which revitalized the art of printmaking in America, Wayne is well-known for her tapestries and visual explorations of optics and scientific themes. The collection consists of correspondence, manuscripts, ephemera, and photographs related to the creation and exhibition of Wayne's work, including the production of The Dorothy Series lithographs and film about the artist, Matsumi (Mike) Kanemitsu, Four Stones for Kanemitsu.
Location: Stored off-site at SRLF. Advance notice is required for access to the collection. Please contact the UCLA Library Special Collections Reference Desk for paging information.

Restrictions on Access

COLLECTION STORED OFF-SITE AT SRLF: Open for research, with portions of the collection (boxes 49-103) CLOSED to users until 31 December 2015. Advance notice required for access. Contact the UCLA Library Special Collections Reference Desk for paging information.

Restrictions on Use and Reproduction

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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], June Wayne Papers (Collection 562). UCLA Library Special Collections, Charles E. Young Research Library, UCLA.

Provenance/Source of Acquisition

Gift of June Wayne, 2000, 2011, 2012.

Processing Note

Collection was initially processed by Marisol Ramos-Lum and Christine M. Figueroa, 2002. With the additions in 2005, the entire collection was reprocessed by Elizabeth Spatz. This reprocessing of the June Wayne papers was funded by a grant from the Getty Research Institute. A 2011 addition of the collection was processed by Heather Lowe. Another addition was processed in July 2012 by Jasmine Jones and Mike D'Errico in the Center for Primary Research and Training with assistance by Jillian Cuellar.
Portions of the processing of this collection was generously supported by Arcadia  funds.

Biography

Visual artist June Claire Wayne was born on March 7, 1918 in Chicago, Illinois, where she was raised by her divorced mother, Dorothy Alice Kline. At age 15, Wayne dropped out of high school to pursue a career as an artist. She had her first solo exhibition under the name of June Claire in Chicago only two years later, followed in 1936 by a second exhibition at the Palacio de Bellas Artes in Mexico City. By 1938 she was already on the WPA Easel Project in Chicago and had achieved prominence among world-famous writers, actors, artists, and scientists in an international milieu in which Wayne is still active.
Around 1939, Wayne moved to New York, where she worked as a costume jewelry designer while continuing to paint at night and on weekends. In the 1940s, she began to work under the name of June Claire Wayne. After Pearl Harbor, she moved to Los Angeles and became certified in production illustration, intending to work in the aircraft industry. However, when she was offered a job in radio writing at WGN in Chicago, Wayne seized this opportunity instead, scripting several programs a day and honing a literary talent that would later produce influential essays on art criticism, artists' rights, and feminism.
When WWII ended, Wayne left Chicago to settle in Los Angeles, where she became an integral part of the California art scene. Inspired by her training in production illustration, Wayne began to produce seminal works of optical art, including The Tunnel and the Kafka series, in the mid 1940s. She continued to expand her artistic horizons, taking up lithography at Lynton Kistler's facility in 1947. Ten years later, she began collaborating with master printer Marcel Durassier in Paris. In their groundbreaking work on the John Donne suite, Wayne invented many of lithography's current techniques, vastly expanding the aesthetic potential of the medium. In order to restore the art of lithography in the United States, she founded the Tamarind Lithography Workshop with the support of the Ford Foundation in 1960. Now known as the Tamarind Institute of the University of New Mexico, this organization continues to thrive and help artists become free enterprise workers in the print world.
Wayne began designing large-scale tapestries in France in 1970, once again embracing a new mode of artistic expression. In this and many other media, Wayne explored avant-garde connections between science, art, and contemporary issues. Motifs as varied as optics, the genetic code, stellar winds, magnetic fields, tsunamis, and temblors figure in her work as complex metaphors for the human condition.
Wayne's art is represented in many museum collections in the USA and abroad, and she has received dozens of awards as well as honorary doctorates in recognition of her innovative and prolific contributions to her artistic fields.

Scope and Content

The collection consists of June Wayne's personal and professional correspondence and documents pertaining to her career as a painter, lithographer, weaver, writer and political and civil activist. Different aspects of her career are highlighted, e.g. her relationship with the Ford Foundation and the Tamarind Lithography Workshop; the process of working on the Dorothy series and the John Donne's book lithographs; events such as exhibits and trips; the filming of the movie, Four Stones For Kanemitsu, that later resulted in litigation; participation in radio and TV broadcasts, such as You and Modern Art; and her involvement in the feminist art movement, e.g. the creation of the Joan of Art seminar series, as well as politics and art when lobbying for better legislation for artists.

Organization and Arrangement

The collection is arranged in the following series:
  1. Correspondence
  2. Court Cases (Restricted)
  3. Dorothy’s Possessions
  4. Employment Reports
  5. Four Stones for Kanemitsu
  6. June Wayne's Events
  7. Press and Publications
  8. Tamarind Lithography Workshop
  9. Photographs
  10. Audiovisual Materials
  11. Slides
  12. Artwork Photographs
  13. Writings and Public Speaking
Arrangement follows original order of collection.

Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

COLLECTION 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.

Items Removed from the Collection

Rand McNally Guide to Chicago and Environs (Chicago: Rand McNally, 1924), catalogued and added to general library collection.

Related Material

June Wayne Oral History Transcript, interviewed by Kathryn Smith, [1976].   Los Angeles : Oral History Program, University of California, Los Angeles, c1982.
The Dorothy Series: an Audiovisual Biography. DVD.

UCLA Catalog Record ID

UCLA Catalog Record ID: 4663119 

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Tamarind Lithography Workshop.
Wayne, June, 1918- --Archives.
Wayne, June, 1918-
audiovisual materials.
Lithographers--California--Los Angeles--Archives.
photographs.
Women artists--California--Los Angeles--Archival resources.

Container List

 

Series 1: Correspondence. 1942-1997.

Scope and Content Note

This series includes Wayne's correspondence with friends, family members, politicians, and colleagues in the field of print making. Topics include Wayne's philosophies on artists' rights, women's rights, and Wayne's creative work. This series is organized into thirteen subseries.
 

Subseries 1: Business. 1942-1999.

Scope and Content Note

This subseries includes Wayne's correspondence regarding various exhibitions of her work in the United States, Australia and Japan, the establishment of the Tamarind Lithography Workshop, the "June Wayne" television series broadcast on KCET, and her activities in the Women In Business and Women's Caucus for Art organizations. Also included are documents regarding Wayne's biographical entries in the Who's Who publications, Wayne's Honorary Doctor of Fine Arts degree from the Rhode Island School of Design, and correspondence regarding Wayne's concerns for the National Endowment for the Arts and artists' rights.

Organization and Arrangement

After "Shedletsky, Stuart," additional folders have been arranged alphabetically

Processing Information

Includes materials from the July 2012 addition.
Box 5, Folder 1

Lowry, MacNeil Correspondence (Ford Foundation). 1959-1964, 1969-1970.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: W. McNeil Lowry (Director, Program in Humanities and the Arts, Ford Foundation) re: establishment of Tamarind Lithography Workshop; Adja Junkers re Wayne's exhibition at Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA); Clinton Adams (head of the Department of Art, University of Florida, Gainesville) re LACMA catalogue; Wayne's written proposal, "Tamarind Lithography Workshop, Inc.: Project prepared for the Program in Humanities and the Arts of the Ford Foundation"; list of names to whom Lowry submitted Wayne's proposal for review and their responses, which include Josef Albers, Garo Z. Antreasian, Will Barnet, Vernon L. Bobbitt, Adelyn D. Breeskin, Lamar Dodd, Ebria Feinblatt, Ernest Freed, Gustave von Groschwitz, Theodore J.H. Gusten, Bartlett Hayes, Arthur W. Heintzelman, Harold Joachim, Una E. Johnson, Jules Langsner, A. Hyatt Mayor, Andrew C. Ritchie, Lessing Rosenwald, Henry J. Seldis, Ben Shahn, Benton Spruance, Frederick S. Wight, and Carl Zigrosser.
Box 5, Folder 11

Hicks, Price (KCET). 1970-1975, 1978, 1980, 1983.

Scope and Content Note

Price Hicks (producer, KCET) re taping arrangements for Wayne's "Speculation: A Conversation with June Wayne"; Wayne's request to Hicks re purchasing copies of the "June Wayne" series; "June Wayne" television series summary; guest lists; introductions; Dorothy Kemps (director, KCET Volunteer Center) re Wayne's Achievement Award speech at YWCA Leadership Luncheon (1983.)
Box 5, Folder 12

Kubasik, Ben (Public Relations). 1968-1974.

Scope and Content Note

Wayne's views re role of the National Citizens Committee for Public Television; press release re committee receiving grant from Benton Foundation; Wayne utilizes Ben Kubasik and his newly established communications/public relations firm; invitation to party and preview of Wayne's television series, "June Wayne"; tape of Wayne's talk at College Art Association meeting; Kubasik to Otis Chandler re Wayne's exhibition at the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery.
Box 5, Folder 13

Whitney Museum of American Art. 1990.

Scope and Content Note

Linda Daita (Adult Education Coordinator, Public Education Department, Whitney Museum of American Art) re request for Wayne's participation in their 1990-1991 seminar series, "Seminars with Artists."
Box 5, Folder 15

Maison Odoul & Co. 1976-1978.

Scope and Content Note

Shipping documents for Wayne's exhibition at La Demeure, Paris ("June Wayne: An Exhibition of Paintings, Tapestries, Lithographs, Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, Barnsdall Park, 1973 November 1-December 2, and La Demeure, Paris, 1974 December 1-31.)
Box 6, Folder 2

Publisher Group West; Pucciani, Oreste. 1985, 1990.

Scope and Content Note

Kathleen Kennedy (advertising, Publishers Group West Inc.) re including Wayne's work in Fall 1990 catalogue; Publishers Group West Spring 1990 Audio catalogue; Oreste F. Pucciani re Scholarship Fund evening and Special Tribute Award to Rudi Gernreich by the Council of Fashion Designers of American (New York, 1986 January 19); Wayne's paper at conference, The Avant-garde in Literature, Hofstra University (Long Island, 1985 November.)
Box 6, Folder 3

Smith, Benjamin 1969-86. 1969, 1974, 1976, 1979-1981, 1986.

Scope and Content Note

Benjamin B. and Dorothy Smith re valuations of Wayne's prints and gifting their Tamarind Lithography Collection to the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.; 1976 valuation of Wayne's painting, "Sanctified"; J. Carter Brown (Director, National Gallery of Art), Andrew Robinson (Curator of Graphic Arts, National Gallery of Art) and U.S. Senator Alan Cranston re gift of Tamarind prints.
Box 7, Folder 2

Rancho Santiago College. 1986.

Scope and Content Note

Gene Isaacson (Gallery Director, Rancho Santiago College Art Gallery, Santa Ana, CA) and Tobey C. Moss Gallery re including Wayne's work in exhibition, "New California Painting: Dealer's Choice" (1986 February 24-March 20); exhibition reviews by Suvan Greer ( Orange County Register) and John Hamilton (staff writer, Rancho Santiago College student newspaper.)
Box 7, Folder 3

International College. 1974-1975, 1978, 1984.

Scope and Content Note

Independent Study Program materials, International College (Los Angeles, CA); Barbara Kibbe re use of Wayne's mailing list and invitation for Wayne to act as tutor.
Box 7, Folder 4

Morrison, Rita (Bequest of "The Advocate"). 1994-1995.

Scope and Content Note

Last Will and Testament of Rita J. Morrison (1989 March 17); correspondents include: Michael J. Fasman and City National Bank (co-executors), Peggy Ornelas (Vice President and Senior Trust Officer, City National Bank), and Burt Levitch, Rosenfeld, Meyer & Susman (attorneys) re distribution of Rita J. Morrison estate; proceeds from the sale of Wayne's painting, "The Advocate."
Box 7, Folder 5

Public Corporation For Arts, Long Beach. 1990-1991.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Harriet Williams (chair, Public Corporation for the Arts, Long Beach, CA) re Wayne's lecture, "The Artists' World--Inside and Outside the Studio" presented (1991 April 30) as part of their 1991 Lecture Series.
Box 7, Folder 7

Inlander, Gail. 1982.

Scope and Content Note

Gal Achtenberg Inlander (Flood Gallery, San Francisco) re acting as agent for Wayne's prints and tapestries.
Box 7, Folder 8

Daquin, Pierre. 1975-1976.

Scope and Content Note

Pierre Daquin (artist) re contract problems with Arras Gallery (New York); Wayne offers legal assistance of Joseph Rothman through the Artist's Equity union of New York; "Free Unicorn.." exhibition catalogue of Daquin tapestry show at Arras (New York, 1971.)
Box 8, Folder 3

Miscellaneous Correspondence (Art Express). 1981.

Scope and Content Note

Art Express (Kenneth S. Friedman, editor) re advisory board, law suit filed by publisher, Bruce Helander, and Wayne's request to remove her name from the magazine's masthead.
Box 8, Folder 4

American Federation of Television and Radio Artists. 1983.

Scope and Content Note

Letter re request for inactive status in AFTRA.
Box 8, Folder 5

Artists Equity Association of Los Angeles (AEA). 1981.

Scope and Content Note

AEA (Bill Lasarow, Vice President) re fundraising activities and protocols; letter of recommendation for CCA from Lani Lattin Duke (Executive Director, California Confederation of the Arts)
Box 9, Folder 3

Heckscher Museum. 1976, 1977, 1980, 1987,1988.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Barbara Coller (guest curator for exhibition), Christopher B. Crosman (Director) re Wayne lending to exhibition, "The Artist's Mother: Portraits and Homages", (1987 November 14-1988 January 3, and The National Portrait Gallery, 1988 April 1-June 5); also includes loan agreement forms.
Box 9, Folder 4

Women's International Center. 1987-1989, 1993, 1995.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Gloria Lane (founder, President, Women's International Center, San Diego, CA) re Living Legacy Award; fundraising for Designated SAFE Fund.
Box 9, Folder 5

Women's International Center. 1987-1989.

Scope and Content Note

Living Legacy Awards Program (Hotel del Coronado, 1987 March 7); Correspondents include: Antoinette Fouque re Wayne's friend, Nancy Reeves; Gloria Lane (founder, President, Women's International Center, San Diego, CA) re Living Legacy Award; Communiqué newsletter of the Women's International Center (1988 January)
Box 9, Folder 8

Rockwell International. 1985, 1988, undated.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Ed Longarini re Wayne submitting slides of her work for possible acquisition by Rockwell; discussion of Rockwell pursuing corporate art collection focusing on space subjects; map and directions to Rockwell's Seal Beach location; layout of the Strategic Defense Center building.
Box 9, Folder 9

Rockwell International Re: Bid Raw Materials. 1988.

Scope and Content Note

Business card of E.C. "Ed" Longarini (manager, Facilities Services, Rockwell International Corporation, El Segundo, CA); price quotes, layout illustrations, and installation instructions for a selection of Wayne's lithographs and paintings.
Box 9, Folder 12

Women For:. 1980, 1983, 1985.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Georgia Mercer and Marilyn Kizziah (coordinators) re Wayne's proposal of auctioning a visit to her studio for the National Women's Campaign Fund fund-raising event; invitations to Women For: Women of Achievement Awards Luncheons (1980 August 26, and 1985 September 11); also includes Wayne's certificate, "In Celebration of Women's Equality Day" (1980 August 26.)
Box 9, Folder 13

RO Miscellaneous. 1975, 1976, 1981.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Joseph Rothman (former special Assistant Attorney General, New York) to Dr. Andrew Robison (Curator of Graphic Arts, National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C.) and Anne Stele Marsh (President, Society of American Graphic Artists, i.e. SAGA) re SAGAS's and the Print Council of America's definition of "original print" and legislation on limited editions; Marsha Melnick and Susan E. Meyer re establishment of Roundtable Press Inc., New York (1981 April 6.)
Box 10, Folder 1

Rockwell International. 1988.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Ed Longarini (manager, Facilities Services, Rockwell International Corporation, El Segundo, CA) re price quotes No. 1 through 6, layout illustrations, and installation instructions for a selection of Wayne's lithographs, paintings and tapestries; also includes 35mm Kodachrome slides of Wayne's "Lemmings Day " tapestry, wall color sample paint chips, exhibition catalogue "June Wayne: Tapisseries Lithographies 1978-1980", 35mm color negatives of various works, photocopies of articles about Wayne and her work.
Box 10, Folder 2

Rockwell International. 1988.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Ed Longarini (manager, Facilities Services, Rockwell International Corporation, El Segundo, CA) re price quotes No. 1 through 8, layout illustrations, and installation instructions for a selection of Wayne's lithographs, paintings and tapestries; also includes exhibition announcement for Wayne's "My Palomar" lithograph series (1985 April 18-June 15, Galerie des Femmes, Paris) with reviews by Merle Schipper and others; photocopy of Louise Lewis' PrintNews article, "June Wayne's Investigations of Time"; photocopies of articles about Wayne and her work.
Box 10, Folder 11

Rockwell International. 1987-1988.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Patti F. Mancini (Vice President, External Affairs & Communications, North American Space Operations, Rockwell International Corporation, Downey, CA) re biographies on Rockwell vice presidents, George Jeffs and George Merrick; E.C. Longarini (manager, Support Services, Rockwell International) re Wayne's proposals and quotes; business card for Marinus Welman, Fine Art (Fullerton, CA.)
Box 11, Folder 1

Women in Business. 1982-1984 -1987.

Scope and Content Note

Includes Women in Business (WIB) rosters (1985-1986; 1987); WIB announcement of Convention '86 with brief description of Wayne's current activities; correspondents include: Ceciley Bachnik; Laura Shields; Julie Bornstein (president, WIB) re Wayne's award and request for biographical information and photograph; Rebekah Verdon (honoree chair) and Ann Luke (president, WIB) re 10th Anniversary Dinner (1984 December 1) and Wayne's award as "Woman of the Decade"; Sandy Grant re photos of Wayne; Marilyn Miller (program chair, WIB) re Wayne's speech for anniversary party; Sunny Bernstein (public relations) re Wayne's WIB presentation (1986 June 16); Catherine Wagner; Phyllis E. Manger (Vice President, Shearson Lehman, Hutton, Beverly Hills, CA.)
Box 11, Folder 2

Women In Business. 1982-1989.

Scope and Content Note

WIB membership, dinner and conference materials; "Contact" WIB newsletter (1983 June, July; 1984 May, June.)
Box 11, Folder 4

Isolde, Ann. 1995.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence re Southern California Women's Caucus for Art Equity Committee's Survey of Southern California Museums and Community Galleries; Ann Isolde (Co-chair, Equity in the Arts Committee) re request for Wayne's Sex Differential in Art Exhibition Reviews"; includes draft of "Museum Policies: Equity for Women and People of Color" (M. Adams, 4/94.)
Box 11, Folder 5

Walker Art Center. 1981, 1984, 1986, 1988, 1989, 1992.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Carolyn Clark DeCato (registrar, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MN) re questionnaire for conservation program; Mary Mancuso re "The Art of June Wayne"; Elizabeth Armstrong (assistant curator) re Grunwald and Tyler Graphics catalogues, Judith Goldman essay on Tyler Graphics, including copy with Wayne's edits; Diana Gaston (curatorial intern) re slides of Tamarind Lithography Workshop for print exhibition, "First Impressions"; FAX to Walker Art Center registrar re edition of Wayne's "Adam Tempted and Eve Waiting."
Box 12, Folder 4

Ocean Works. 1980-1983.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Conrad Schwable (master printer) and Steve Andrews (director) re: Wayne visiting Ocean Works studio; acquiring lithography stones; opening of Wayne's "Dorothy Series" at UCLA (1982 April 4); Alexandra Yakutis (publications) re request for brief appointment; also includes two 8 x 10 inch black and white photographs of Conrad and Steve in Ocean Works studio.
Box 12, Folder 5

Odoroff, Minnie. 1991.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence re Odoroff's qualifications and charges for appraising 50 prints and one painting being donated by Wayne to the National Museum of American Art, Washington, D.C.
Box 12, Folder 6

Oregon Art Institute. 1988, 1990.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Gordon W. Gilkey (curator, prints and drawings) re: Wayne's "Djuna Set" catalog; letter sent to congressmen requesting support for the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) and National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH.)
Box 12, Folder 8

Printworld. 1989, 1990, 1992, 1995.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Selma Smith (editor) re inclusion and corrections for Wayne's lithograph entries in Printworld Directory, 6th and 7th editions.
Box 12, Folder 9

Printworld. 1986.

Scope and Content Note

Documentation forms for Wayne's lithograph entries in Printworld Directory 1987/1988.
Box 12, Folder 10

Printworld. 1981, 1988-1990.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Selma Smith (editor) re inclusion and corrections for Wayne's lithograph entries in Printworld Directory, 6th and 7th editions.
Box 12, Folder 11

Women's Caucus for Art 1983-85 (W.C.A.). 1984, 1985.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Carol H. Neiman (President) re membership roster and officer election proxy, and visit to Wayne's studio during 1985 annual conference; Ilee Kaplan (Fundraising Committee Chair) re 13th Annual National Conference in conjunction with the College Art Association (CAA), (February, 1985, Los Angeles); also includes WCA membership directory 1984-1985.
Box 12, Folder 12

Women's Caucus for Art. 1983-1985.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Eleanor Dickinson re identifying Wayne's prints; Ofelia Garcia (President) re Wayne's selection as recipient of WCA's Honor Award for Professional Achievement in the Visual Arts, 1985; also includes membership roster, 1983 and issue of WCA's newsmagazine, "Hue Points", vol. XII, no. 1 and 2, spring/summer 1983.
Box 12, Folder 13

Women's Caucus for Art. 1978, 1982, 1983.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Burt Pines (City Attorney, Los Angeles) re taxation and women's civil rights issues; Carol H. Neiman (Liaison from SC/WCA to Arts Coalition for Equality, aka "ACE") and Rita Starpattern (Vice President for Programs and Goals, CWAO) re Coalition of Women's Art Organizations (CWAO) 1983 Philadelphia conference panel discussion; Ellouise Schoettler Artists Equity and attending WCA conference; Ofelia Garcia (Director, The Print Club) re submitting Wayne's print for WCA conference exhibition; Linda Cunningham (Department of Art, Franklin and Marshall College, Lancaster, PA) re conference panel; Gayle Vernon re meeting at conference; WCA National Advisory Board meeting agenda (1983 February 5); WCA Fundraising Committee member roster and meeting announcement; also included is WCA National Conference program (1983 February 15-18, Philadelphia, PA.)
Box 12, Folder 14

Women's Caucus for Art. 1986, 1987.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Janet Miller (project archivist) re: processing WCA records at Philadelphia Office in preparation for transfer to Rutgers University Special Collections and Archives; request from officers and committee members for materials for WCA archives; also includes WCA 1986 membership directory and Southern California WCA 1987 membership roster.
Box 12, Folder 15

Women In Film. 1975, 1977-1980, 1982.

Scope and Content Note

Women in Film member rosters, meeting notices, "memos from members" announcements, amendments to by- laws, newsletters, statements from nominees for board of directors, 1982.
Box 13, Folder 1

Women's Caucus for Art. 1981.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Georgia Ross and Miriam Hirsch (coordinators, Juried Exhibition for the New Orleans WCA) re Wayne's participation as juror for exhibition; curriculum vitae of Lee Anne Miller (Chair, Department of Art and Art History, Wayne State university, Detroit, MI, and program coordinator for WCA conference sessions held there, 1978 October 25-27.)
Box 13, Folder 4

Writer's Guild of America, West, Inc. 1981-1983.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Melville Shavelson (President) re management offer and WGA strike bulletin; Leonard Chassman (Executive Director) re network television prime time minimums; Frank Pierson (President) re proposed constitutional amendments; Naomi Gurian (Executive Director) re candidate's statements for board election; William Ludwig (Secretary-treasurer) and Corinne Tippin (Membership Administrator) re Wayne's membership; also includes list of credit arbiters.
Box 13, Folder 5

Y.W.C.A. 1983, 1984.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Donna Ellman (Chairperson), Winifred R. Hessinger (Executive Director), Laura S. Wiltz (President), and Maura Walsh (Director of Financial Development) re YWCA Leadership Luncheons.
Box 13, Folder 7

Writer's Guild of America, West, Inc. 1979, 1980.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Film Society Committee re film screenings and WGA Film Society rules; Leonard Chassman (Executive Director) re strike and unfair lists, list of TV credit arbiters, and candidates' statements for board elections; also includes WGA West newsletters (1979 March, April, May.)
Box 13, Folder 10

Women's Caucus for Art. 1987, 1988.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Annie Shaver-Crandell (President, WCA) re national update (winter 1987) and Ruth Weisberg mid-career achievement award presentation; Diane Burko re meeting at WCA dinner in Houston; Wayne's presentation speech on Ruth Weisberg; WCA National Conference program (1988 February 8-12, Houston, TX); Christine Havice (President, WCA.)
Box 13, Folder 11

The Women's Building. 1979, 1980, 1982, 1985-1988, 1991.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Maurine Renville (Executive Director) re advisory board members and meeting; Cheri Gaulke (Manager) re Vesta Awards (1982 September 12); Terry Wolverton (Membership Coordinator) re newly elected board of directors (1982-83), program activities, request for Wayne to participate in video on women's art movement in Southern California, and Wayne's participation in Vesta awards; list of magazines donated by Wayne to Woman's Building; brochure, "Women Reconstructing the World: A Month of Writers Events Sept. 14 - Oct. 7 [1984]; Eliose Klein Healy (Chair, 1991 Vesta Committee) re 10th Annual Vesta Awards and form with Wayne's nomination of Judith Hoffberg; Linda Higgins re Wayne's membership renewal.
Box 13, Folder 13

Women's Art Registry of Minnesota. 1986, 1987.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Pamela Zwehl Burke (Assistant Professor, School of Fine Arts, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee) re research project questionnaire and borrowing copy of "Dorothy Series" video tape; Susan McDonald re Wayne's participation in WARM's 10th Anniversary Conference (1986 October 16-19, Minneapolis, MN); also includes issue of Artpaper (1986 October, vol. 6, no. 2, Visual Arts Information Service, Minneapolis, MN)
Box 13, Folder 14

Women's Art Registry of Minnesota. 1984-1986.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Susan McDonald re Wayne's participation in WARM's 10th Anniversary Conference, "The Contemporary Woman in the Visual Arts" (1986 October 16-19, Minneapolis, MN); copy of WARM's "A Landmark Exhibition" catalogue, 1984; also includes color poster for WARM 10th Anniversary Conference.
Box 13, Folder 15

Women's Art Registry of Minnesota. 1983, 1985.

Scope and Content Note

Includes three WARM Journals: Spring 1983, vol. 4, no. 2; Autumn 1983, vol. 4, no. 3; Summer 1985, vol. 6, no. 2.
Box 13, Folder 16

WOM Miscellaneous. 1981, 1984, 1985, 1992-1994.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Bertha Nepove; Therese Weisberg re her contribution in Wayne's name to Women's American Organization for Rehabilitation through Training; Jodie Krajewski and Marcia Medavoy (Women's Campaign Fund, Los Angeles) re Wayne's participation in "Dinner of Your Choice" (1984 May 23); Bettyanne Lambert-Bussoff (Women's Pavilion, 1984 World's Fair in New Orleans) re Wayne's honor as woman of accomplishment in the field of art and request for biographical information and photograph; Pauline Barrie (Women Artists Slide Library, London) re Wayne's contribution of documentation, slides and subscription to Women's Art magazine; Gloria Lane (Women's International Center) re 11th Annual Living Legacy Awards presentation.
Box 13, Folder 21

Who's Who In The West. 1968-1971, 1977, 1981-1983, 1985, 1990.

Scope and Content Note

Biographical data form for 23rd edition; Wayne's suggestions to their style manual and edits to her bio; copies of Wayne's basic file data.
Box 13, Folder 22

World Who's Who of Women. 1977-1980.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Ernest Kay (Hon. General Editor), Melody Bradley (Head of Research and Records) and Sheila Ellwood (research assistant) re questionnaire and Wayne's biographical information for entry in 4th and 5th editions.
Box 14, Folder 1

Who's Who In American Art. 1969, 1972, 1975, 1988.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Amy Furman (Senior Editor) re corrections to Wayne's biographical information; also includes brochures and forms from Jaques Cattell Press and R.R. Bowker Company
Box 14, Folder 2

Who's Who In America. 1973-1975, 1977-1981, 1984-1986.

Scope and Content Note

Brochures, forms and updates to Wayne's biographical information for the International Directory of Arts (15th edition), Who's Who in America (39th - 44th edition), Who's Who in American Art (13th and 14th editions), Who's Who of American Women (9th, 11th and 12th editions), Who's Who in the World (4th and 5th editions), and The World Who's Who of Women (2nd and 5th editions.)
Box 14, Folder 3

Who's Who In America. 1958-1963,1966-1969,1978-1981.

Scope and Content Note

Brochures, forms and updates to Wayne's biographical information for Who's Who in the West and Who's Who of American Women.
Box 14, Folder 4

RO Miscellaneous. 1982, 1984, 1989, 1990,.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: David Roberti (California State Senator) re abortion issues; Donald Roberts (College of Fine Arts, Ohio University, Athens, OH) re article on Wayne's work in "Modern Maturity" magazine and copy of "The Trisolini Print Project" exhibition catalogue; Esther Robles (appraiser); Sarah Robinson (Richmond Art Center, Richmond, CA) re slides of Wayne's work; Stephen F. Rohde (attorney) re censorship and NEA controversy.
Box 14, Folder 5

Rhode Island School of Design (Frank Robbins Dir.). 1982, 1988, 1993.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Lee Hall (President, RISD) re Athena Award ceremony and Lee's resignation; Franklin W. Robinson (Director, RISD) re Wayne's "The Djuna Set" exhibition catalogue; Roger Mandle (President, RISD) re Wayne accepting Honorary Doctor of Fine Arts degree from RISD.
Box 14, Folder 6

Rhode Island School of Design. 1993, 1994.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Roger Mandle (President, RISD), Cindy Moravec (Executive Secretary to Mr. Mandle), and Nancy Friese (Head, Department of Printmaking, RISD) re Wayne accepting Honorary Doctor of Fine Arts degree from RISD, exhibition catalogue "Generation of Mentors."
Box 14, Folder 7

PI Miscellaneous. 1983-1985, 1988-1990, 1993.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Christiane Picard re Wayne visiting Paris; Irene Picard re Wayne's exhibition at Galerie/Librarie des Femmes, Paris (1985 April 15-June 15); Otto Piene and his wife, Elizabeth Goldring, re Wayne's participation in Otto Piene's "Skywork" project; Joy Picus (Public Policy Advocate, Woodland Hills, CA) re her work on the Los Angeles City Council; also includes catalogue for "Sky Art Conference '83" held at the Center for Advanced Visual Studies, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1983 September 24-27); includes Manila folder with notes and doodle by Wayne in black ink.
Box 14, Folder 8

PR Miscellaneous. 1969, 1978, 1979, 1981, 1982, 1985, 1989.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Yvonne and Burt Prelutsky re invitation to Wayne's exhibition; The Print Club of Albany, Inc (Charles Semowich, President) re Wayne's interest in creating print for Print Club; The Print Exchange (Connie Harris, Beverly Hills, CA) re available prints for sale; Printmaker's Journal (California Society of Printmakers, Sausalito, CA) re questionnaire; Projection Systems International (Bill Bosga, New York) re equipment rental for Wayne's exhibition at the Jewish Museum; Dorothy Provis (Legislative Liaison, Wisconsin Women in the Arts) re "Artist Consignment Bill Progress Report" (1978 December); Donna Pruitt (Gallery of Western Art, Taos, NM) re list of Wayne's lithographs and book, "Art of June Wayne";
Box 14, Folder 9

Pink, Marilyn. 1984, 1988, 1990, 1995, 1996.

Scope and Content Note

Re: Pink's Fine Arts opening reception (1984); catalogue of Wayne's work; memorial service for Ebria Feinblatt (curator of Prints and Drawings at Los Angeles County Museum of Art); Wayne lecture on printmaking (14 January 1996.)
Box 14, Folder 11

Pasadena Museum of Modern Art. 1974, 1975.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Alfred M. Esberg (Chairman of the Board of Trustees) re agreement with the Norton Simon Foundation and Norton Simon Museum of Art to combine art collections (1974 May 13); George T. Peters (Executive Director) re reopening of the museum and first exhibition.
Box 14, Folder 12

Phillips Collection (Correspondence and Detail). 1972, 1975, 1980, 1988, 1989, 1991.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Peter Plone and Stephen M. Dobbs (Director, Center for Experimental and Interdisciplinary Arts, aka "CEIA", San Francisco State University) re selection of prints for Goldstein & Phillips law firm and biographies of Tamarind printmakers; David C. Phillips (attorney) re appraising and selling their collection of Wayne prints.
Box 14, Folder 13

Phillips Collection (Correspondence and Detail). 1979, 1980.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Peter Plone and Stephen M. Dobbs (Director, Center for Experimental and Interdisciplinary Arts, aka "CEIA", San Francisco State University) re selection of prints for Goldstein & Phillips law firm and biographies of Tamarind printmakers.
Box 14, Folder 15

Moore College of Art & Design. 1991.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Janet Kaplan re Wayne's honorary degree and commencement speech; John R. Van Ness (Acting President, Moore College) re commencement schedule and reimbursement for expenses; Frederick S. Osborne (Dean and Director of the Schools, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts) re also speaking at their commencement.
Box 14, Folder 18

Graphic Arts Council. 1983,1985, 1986.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Pam Berg (Chairperson, GAC, Los Angeles County Museum of Art); Julius L. Zelman (Chairman, Graphic Arts Council) and Isabel Anderson (instructor, Pasadena City College) re the GAC artist-membership category; also included is the 1985-1986 GAC board of directors list and membership roster.
Box 14, Folder 19

Kerslake, Ken. 1994, 1995.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence re: Wayne honored with Printmaker Emeritus Award; Wayne contributing article for SGC Newsletter; death of Bernie Solomon and illness of Boyd Saunders; SGC Newsletter delay; also includes issues of SGC Newsletter (fall 1994 and spring 1995.)
Box 14, Folder 20

Who's Who of American Women. 1969, 1970, 1978.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Jackson Martindell (publisher) re corrections to Wayne's biographical information.
Box 15, Folder 1

WI Miscellaneous. 1981, 1982, 1986.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Marilyn E. Wilhelm (founder, The Wilhelm Scholê, Houston, TX) re rescheduling of exhibit, "Diary of a Painter, Picasso and His Friends" at the California Museum of Science and Industry, Los Angeles and scheduling a student group to visit Wayne's studio; Ulfert Wilke re Wayne's exhibition of "The Dorothy Series;" Elfie Wilkins-Nacht postcard of her mother, Berti Wilkins, from "The Postcard Project: Celebrating Our Heroines," directed by Cheri Gaulke, The Woman's Building.
Box 15, Folder 2

Woelffer, Emerson. 1983, 1985, 1986, 1989.

Scope and Content Note

Re: Wayne considering closing down her print shop; Woelffer's award (1987); Kim Eagles-Smith (director, Harcourts Gallery, San Francisco) re invitation to reception for exhibition of work by Woelffer and Richard Bowman (1989.)
Box 15, Folder 3

Williams Waterproofing Co. 1984-1986, 1988.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Harlan W. Lawson, James E. Booth (President), and David N. Jaffe (Vice President) re Tamarind studio's roof inspection and repair, repairs to cement patio and wall leaks; documents include proposals, lien releases, and photocopies of studio layout drawings from spiral notebook.
Box 15, Folder 4

K people. 1973, 1983, 1986, 1987, 1990.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Marjorie Kelly (Editor, Business Ethics) re use of Wayne's lithograph in publication; William Kelly (artist) re visiting Wayne in Los Angeles, three 4 x 6 inch color photographs and catalogue of his exhibition, "William Kelly: Cologne Cathedral Series and Works in Collaboration" (1990 March 23-May 11, Wilson Gallery, Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA), and brochure from "Real Drawing: Intimate Images Over Thirty Years" (1996 November 14-December 7, Stephen McLaughlan Gallery, Melbourne, Australia); Mary Jean Kenton re Wayne's response to question, "How do you recognize a work of art when you see one?"; Helene J. Kosher (Curator of Slides and Photographs, University of California, Riverside) re information packet for "Conference on Photographic Collections Administration: Using a Personal Computer to Manage Your Images" (1986).
Box 15, Folder 5

Macquarie Galleries 1991. 1991.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Eileen Chanin (director) and Stella Downer (gallery manager) re commission, expired contract, and the return of Wayne's consigned lithographs; damage to lithographs and frames during shipment.
Box 15, Folder 6

Macquarie Galleries 1990. 1990.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Anne Kirker (Curator of Prints, Drawings and Photography, Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane, Australia) re purchasing Wayne's print, "At Last a Thousand III" for the museum; Eileen Chanin (Director) re return of Wayne's art work, price lists, and accounting issues; Stella Downer (Gallery Manager) re accounting issues, price increases for Wayne's art work, tour of "The Dorothy Series," and the acquisition of Wayne's entire series of prints (1948-1990) by the Bibliothèque nationale de France, Paris.
Box 15, Folder 7

Macquarie Galleries 1990. 1989.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Eileen Chanin (director) re Wayne's trip to Australia and Japan; accounting issues; Stella Downer (gallery manager) re exhibition of Wayne's prints at Brisbane City Art Gallery and McKay Art Gallery; Geoffrey Cousins (Regional Director and Chairman, Backer Spielvogel Bates Worldwide Inc.) re dinner at the Art Gallery, Sydney; Ed Hamilton re sending prints to Australia;
Box 15, Folder 8

Macquarie Galleries 1988. 1988.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Eilene Chanin (director) re "The Dorothy Series"; arrangements for exhibition of Wayne's work; Wayne's representation agreement/contract draft with Macquarie Galleries; layout of gallery space; shipping lists.
Box 15, Folder 10

MO Miscellaneous. 1984, 1991.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Linda Hubbard (senior editor, Modern Maturity) re article on Wayne's "Dorothy Series"; Joan Adams Mondale (wife of Walter Mondale) re meeting Wayne; Thomas Logan and Rick Deragon (assistant Curator/Registrar, Monterey Peninsula Museum of Art) re slides of Wayne's work; Diana Morris.
Box 15, Folder 11

Mount St. Mary's College. 1989.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Olga Seem (Exhibitions Curator) re retrospective exhibition of Wayne's work (proposed for 1990 November 5-December 14, Jose Drudis-Biada Art Gallery, Chalon Campus, Los Angeles.)
Box 15, Folder 14

Museum of Contemporary Art - Los Angeles. 1982-1984, 1987, 1988, 1993.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Bob Kitzmiller (Coordinator, First Visit and Beyond, Education Department, Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA), Los Angeles) re Wayne's participation in the museum's outreach education program; Amelia G. Jones (assistant to Elizabeth Smith, Assistant Curator) re meeting with Wayne to discuss "Blueprints for Modern Living: History and Legacy of the Case Study Houses" exhibition; Julie Brown (curator) re slides of Wayne's work; Richard Koshalek (director) re visiting Wayne.
Box 15, Folder 15

Music Center of Los Angeles. 1981, 1982, 1984, 1986-1988, 1990, 1996.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Joan Reynolds Boyett (Director, Music Center Education Division) re Wayne's participation in Summer Arts Institute; Eva G. Fremont re invitations to luncheon and panel discussion, "The Art of Criticism" (Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, 1996 April 26); Bella Kallick (Bravo Award Chairperson, Music Center Education Division) re Wayne's participation as judge for Bravo competition; Michael Newton (President, Performing Arts Council of the Music Center) re possible tapestry commission for Wayne; Claire Segal re Women In Business dinner, agreement for Wayne's lithograph commission for the Music Center, description of "Curtain Time" lithograph; Esther Wachtell re Wayne's participation in "Live from Trumps" KUSC radio broadcast on "Marketing the Arts" topic, letter to Friends of the Music Center about the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA), and the Distinguished Artist Award; also included are a 8 x 10 inch, black and white aerial photograph of the Music Center from Aerial Maps Industries, and a 1987 Music Center Unified Fund annual report.
Box 15, Folder 16

Newport Harbor Art Museum. 1992.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Joan Beall (President, NHAM) re visiting Wayne's studio; Ellen Breitman (Director of Education) re Wayne's loan of film, "Four Stones for Kanemitsu"; Bruce Guenther (Chief Curator) re visiting Wayne's studio, catalogue raisonné of Wayne's prints published in Print Quarterly; also includes NHAM Calendar, 1992 September/October.
Box 15, Folder 17

National Register of Prominent Americans. 1969, 1971.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: P. Barker Burt (Executive Director) re Wayne's biographical entry; C. Maxwell Stewart (Executive Secretary) re biographical material on Wayne, and lack of women on executive Advisory Council of the Register; also includes Wayne's membership card and certificates.
Box 16, Folder 1

Nodal, Al. 1989, 1990.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Tom Bradley (Mayor of Los Angeles) re inviting Wayne to become member of the Arts Advisory Committee; Adolfo V. Nodal (General Manager, Cultural Affairs Department) re notes on Los Angeles cultural policy; Karen Hill-Scott, Alice Walker Duff and Marc Pally (Morris McNeill, Los Angeles consulting firm) re upcoming committee and subcommittee meetings; also includes Arts Advisory Committee meeting minutes (1990 March 21); Art Table/West, Inc. Program Committee meeting minutes (1988 November 29) and announcement re lecture by Al Nodal; application package for City of Los Angeles Cultural Grant Program.
Box 16, Folder 2

Nodal, Al. 1990.

Scope and Content Note

Folder entitled, "Los Angeles Endowment for the Arts: Cultural Masterplan and Nexus Studies - Arts Advisory Committee Meeting February 20, 1990" prepared by Morris McNeill consulting firm; contains Advisory Committee activities timeline, meeting agenda and notes, member roster, copy of Los Angeles Ordinance No. 164,244, establishing an "Arts and Cultural Facilities and Services Trust Fund" and describing city allocation for public works of art, description of subcommittee work and Cultural Masterplan Study.
Box 16, Folder 3

National Endowment for the Arts (Joan Shantz) 1979-May/1985-1991. 1985, 1986, 1989, 1990-1993.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Jane Alexander (NEA Chairman, 1993-1997) re Wayne's remarks on W. McNeil Lowry at Lincoln Center; John E. Frohnmayer (NEA Chairman,1989-1992) re Artists Space exhibition grant and Wayne's 1990 College Art Association (CAA) convocation speech; Theresa Markiw; Joan Shantz La Rocca (Director, Public Information Office, NEA); also includes Wayne's 1991 National Medal of Arts Nomination form, NEA Artifacts newsletters (1992 May, June, July/August, September, November, and 1993 February.)
Box 16, Folder 4

National Endowment for the Arts (Joan Shantz). 1985.

Scope and Content Note

Study report, "Supporting the Arts: An International Comparative Study" by Dr. J. Mark Davidson Schuster, Department of Urban Studies and Plannin, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, March 1985.
Box 16, Folder 5

National Endowment for the Arts (Joan Shantz). 1979-1985.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Michael Giza (Visual Arts Program) re slides of Wayne's "Stellar Winds"; Malcolm Ryder re Wayne's NEA Fellowship Acceptance Agreement (1980 September-1981 June); Jim Melchert re grant money; Joan Shantz La Rocca (Director, Public Information Office, NEA) re Wayne's exhibition opening of "The Dorothy Series" in New York (1982); Kathleen Bannon (International Program Officer) re Wayne's application for US/Japan Exchange Fellowship (1982-1983); Andera Neiman (assistant to Wayne) to Joan Schantz re biographical information on Wayne; also includes 1982 Visual Arts Grant Application Guidelines, NEA press release (1984 December 12) re Richard Andrews chosen as Director of Visual Arts Program, and Wayne's application for fellowship in painting (1985.)
Box 16, Folder 6

National Endowment for the Arts 1993 Application. 1992-1994.

Scope and Content Note

Includes Wayne's 1993 Individual Grant Application form and guidelines for Visual Artists Fellowship; Overview of Endowment Programs, July 1992; NEA press release (1992 August 10) re Rosilyn Alter named director of Visual Arts Program.
Box 16, Folder 7

NO Miscellaneous. 1976, 1981, 1982, 1991, 1992, 1993.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Carol Phillips (Norman MacKenzie Art Gallery, Regina, Canada) re exhibition; Collette North; Harry A. Broadd (Professor Emeritus of Art History, Northeastern Illinois University) re tear sheets from Arts and Activities Magazine; Robert L. Even (Chairman, Department of Art, Northern Illinois University) re catalogue and Wayne's participation in exhibition, "The Printmaker and Life on This Planet"; John Dasburg (President and CEO, Northwest Airlines), Hector Adler (Vice President), and Cynthia M. Thompson (Executive Staff Assistant) re Wayne's complaints about in-flight meal quality; Jeffrey Norton Publishers re publishing agreement (1976); Peter Norton re invitation; Gloria Williams (Curator, Norton Simon Museum, Pasadena) re Wayne's gift of books, catalogues and articles; Gérard Sourd (Editor in Chief, Nouvelles de l'estampe) re Wayne's suggestions for contributors to article on American printing; Sandra H. Elstein (Project Director, Norwalk Community College) re information for plaque for Wayne's "Visa/Monday" lithograph.
Box 16, Folder 8

JO Miscellaneous. 1981-1985, 1988, 1990, 1992, 1994-1996.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Jean H. Johnson (Art Director, Southeast Bank, Coral Gables, FL); Una E. Johnson (New York) re returning photographs of Wayne's work and gratitude for catalogue of Wayne's "Djuna Set"; Ynez Johnston; Amelia Jones (Research Assistant to Elizabeth Smith, Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles) re materials for Case Study House exhibition program and Dorothy Series; Douglas M. Jones (appraiser, Jones Gallery, La Jolla, CA) re appraisal value for Wayne's lithograph, "The Travelers"; Jerry Anderson (Chair, Studio Art Program, University of California, Irvine) re John Paul Jones; John Paul Jones re Wayne's gift of his print to Fresno Museum and exhibition of his work at Municipal Art Gallery, Barnsdall Park, Los Angeles; Journal of the Print World re issue with article on Wayne.
Box 16, Folder 12

National Organization for Women Inc. (N.O.W.). 1978, 1979, 1981.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Jeane K. Bendorf (Director, Southwest Region) re signature campaign; Bella S. Abzug and Carmen Delgado Votaw (co-chairs) re "Spirit of Houston" report; Tony Carabillo re Jean Neitdetch (founder of Weight Watchers) as public speaker for N.O.W.
Box 16, Folder 13

Political-NEA. 1989, 1990, 1995.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Senator Pete Wilson, Rep. Dick Durbin, Sen. Claiborn Pell, Sen. Bob Backwood, Rep. Les AuCoin, Rep. Pat Schroeder, Rep. Tom Coleman, Congressman Henry Waxman, Rep. Fred Grandy, Senator Alan Cranston, Congressman Edward R. Roybal, Senator James McClure, and Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan re Wayne's College Art Association (CAA) convocation speech (New York, 1990); Shirley M. Green (Special Assistant to the President for Presidential Messages and Correspondence) re Wayne's concerns about the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA); Democratic Party of North Carolina re check for Gant campaign against Senator Jesse Helms; also includes lists of congressmen and women to whom Wayne sent copies of her CAA speech; article on NEA plans to cut nearly 50% of staff (Los Angeles Times, 1995 October 19.)
Box 17, Folder 1

NE Miscellaneous. 1978, 1979, 1982, 1983, 1985, 1986, 1989, 1990.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Norman H. Neblett (Piano Service, Redondo Beach, CA) re repairing Wayne's piano; Darlene Neiman re dinner at Wayne's; Neiman-Marcus (Cheryl D. Ayers, Public Relations Director) re Christmas ornament for Children's Home Society of California charity benefit; Dr. David Nellis re derogatory comments made on flyer for Wayne's "Solar Flares"; Leonard Neubauer (screenwriter) re implementing Wayne's script for "The Dorothy Series"; New York Art Review (Les Krantz, President and Publisher) re Wayne's updated career information; Cynthia Newby Luce-Sitio Tibet (Petrópolis, Brazil) re Newby's autobiographical manuscript and current state of feminist art movement in Brazil.
Box 17, Folder 2

NE Miscellaneous. 1973, 1977, 1981-1987, 1989, 1991, 1992.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: The New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York (Brian Wallis, Editor) re compiling source materials for anthology of artists' writings; Peter Plone to New Orleans Museum of Art (E. John Bullard, Director) re traveling exhibition of Wayne's paintings, tapestries, and lithographs; New World Records (Karl Hereim and Fred Lonberg-Holm) re slides of Wayne's work; New York Public Library (Carolyn Lane, Administrative Assistant and Robert Rainwater, Curator of Prints) re showing Wayne's "Stellar Winds" lithograph series in the library's "Suites & Series" exhibition (1982 March 12-June 2); New York State Commission on Cultural Resources (Janet I. Harris, Associate Director) re Wayne's participation on panel discussion, "The Arts: Planning for Alternative Life Styles I" for 1973 American Society of Planning Officials (ASPO) National Planning Conference (1973 April 7-12, Biltmore Hotel, Los Angeles, CA); Edward Newman re meeting Wayne in Paris; Harry Newman (American Institute of Architects (AIA) re award for John Entenza, and includes two signed limited edition geometric prints on vellum by Newman; Louis Newman (Louise Newman Galleries, Beverly Hills, CA) re Wayne's appearance at Tamarind exhibition reception at UCLA; Newport Harbor Art Museum (Paul Schimmel, Curator) re slides of Wayne's paintings; Adrian Newstead (Coo-ee Aboriginal Art Gallery, Sydney, Australia) re exhibition of Australian Aboriginal prints at Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, MA; Lillion Newton (Del Rio, TX) re visiting Wayne's studio.
Box 17, Folder 3

Yale University Art Gallery/Press. 1963, 1981.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Chester Kerr (Director) re Josef Alber lecture at the University of Southern California (USC) and inviting Wayne to pre-lecture dinner at the California Club (1963 October 17); Richard S. Field (Curator of Prints and Photographs) re symposium at Tamarind Institute, Albuquerque, and Wayne visiting New York for opening of "The Dorothy Series" at the Jewish Museum.
Box 17, Folder 4

Goodwin & Goodwin. 1990, 1991.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Diana Gaston (Curator of Prints and Photographs) to James Goodwin re sending biographical material on Wayne; status of package sent; invoice for expenses due.
Box 17, Folder 6

American Heart Association. 1988-1990.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Susan Burry (Office of Public Affairs) re data for Wayne's College Art Association speech given in New York; also includes copy of the Surgeon General's 1989 Executive Summary report, "Reducing the Health Consequences of Smoking: 25 Years of Progress", final report from "Tobacco Use in America Conference" (January 27-28, 1989, Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX), and the American Heart Association's "Washington Report" (vol. 8, no 2, Fall 1989.)
Box 17, Folder 9

AR Miscellaneous. 1984, 1985, 1992.

Scope and Content Note

Re Art & Auction articles on artist royalties and Wayne's work; exhibitions for Arts Club of Chicago; includes correspondents Alexandra Armstrong; Art in America; Arts Club of Chicago (Gerald and Jan Aronson, Patricia Schneidt, Steven Vincent); Art Gallery of Nova Scotia (Bernard Riordon); Art Institute of Chicago (Suzanne Folds McCullagh); Art Week; and Art & Auction.
Box 17, Folder 10

Associated American Artists Documentation Sheets. 1984-1985.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Robert Conway (Director) re Wayne's looking for representation in New York for her prints; exhibition catalogue for "Fifty Years of Fine Prints: An Anniversary Celebration of Associated American Artists (1984 November 7-December 29); Conway visiting Los Angeles; four Polaroid color photographs of AAA smaller exhibition area; exhibition of Wayne's "Palomar" series.
Box 17, Folder 11

Associated American Artists. 1986-1992.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Robert Conway (Director) re Margo Dolan (print dealer); loaning Wayne's paintings for exhibition at National Museum of Women Artists; Robert Barrett (Director, Fresno Arts Center and Museum) and purchase of Wayne's "Silent Wind"; Wayne's litigation; price lists; shipping lists; "Palomar" series; slides of Wayne's work; Barbaralee Dimonstein- Spielfogel; Ruth Weisberg award in Houston; inventory of Wayne's work at AAA; Ailene Bujese; birth of Tyrell Collins and Conway's son Alexander; Eileen Chanin (Director, MacQuarie Gallery, Sydney, Australia) and exhibiting Wayne's work; Judy Brodsky (Rutgers Center for Innovative Print and Paper) and doctorate for Wayne; submitting information on Wayne's work to Print Collector's Newspaper; acquisition of Wayne's archives by the Bibliothèque nationale de France, Paris; Toby Michel; Wayne's commencement speech for UCLA College of Fine Art; Wayne's speech at College Art Association (CAA) conference in New York, article in Women's Art Journal; Tamarind Symposium, Ruth Weisberg's "The Scroll" exhibition at Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion, New York; Wayne's trips to Paris; gift of Wayne's "Stellar Winds" to National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C.; Conway's resignation from AAA; death of Joyce Treiman.
Box 17, Folder 12

Associated American Artists. 1985-1987, 1991, 1992.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Lillian Berkman (Chairman) and Roberta Lehman (Registrar) re shipping lists, price lists of Wayne's work on consignment at AAA, and Wayne's exhibition in Tokyo; Susan Teller (Gallery Director) re exhibition of Wayne's work, copies of "The Print Collector" (vol. 5, no. 2, Fall 1985), Werner Drewes exhibition catalogue (1985 September 7-October 5), Wayne's "The Dorothy Series"; sponsoring Teller for membership in the Art Table; updating Wayne's biographical information in Print World Directory; Women's Causuc; shipping lists.
Box 17, Folder 13

Associated American Artists 1985-1987. 1985-1987.

Scope and Content Note

Various AAA exhibition catalogues: "Barbizon Prints and Drawings" (1985 February 13-March 16); "Armin Landeck: A Memorial Exhibition" (1985 March 20-April 20); "Jacques Hnizdovsky: A Memorial Exhibition" (1986 February 5-March 1); "Prints by Women" (1986 February 5-March 1); "Karl Schrag: A Retrospective Exhibition of Prints 1939-1986" (1986 April 29-May 30); "The Discerning Eye: An Exhibition about Print Collecting" (1986 September 30-October 31); "American Master Prints 1900-1950" (1986 November 1-26); "Abstract Expressionist Prints" (1986 November 28-December 31); "Fritz Eichenberg: A Retrospective of Prints 1922 to 1986" (1987 January 6-31); "Woodstock: Fifty Years of Printmaking" (1987 February 3-28); "Rockwell Kent: Prints and Drawings 1904-1962" (1987 March 3-28); "New Abstract Prints" (1987 April 7-May 2); also includes announcements for "Robert Motherwell: A Selection of Prints 1965-1985" (1985 June 4-28), "Isabel Bishop: A Retrospective of Prints and Drawings" and "Janet Stayton: Recent Works on Paper" (both 1985 November 7-26) and AAA holiday card and invitation (1986) with list of current staff members.
Box 17, Folder 14

Associated American Artists 1989-1991. 1989-1991.

Scope and Content Note

Various AAA exhibition catalogues: "Miklos Pgoany: Collage Monotypes 1980-1989" (1989 December 5-30); "The Development of Sculptural Form" (1989 December 5-30); "Sam Francis: Prints and Drawings 1957-1989" (1990 January 6 -February 3); "Stanley Boxer: A Retrospective of Prints" (1990 March 14-April 7); "The People Work" (1990 June 6-29); "Ed Baynard: New Watercolors" (1990 October 3-27); "The Prints of Louis Lozowick" (1990 October 3-27); "Richard Diebenkorn: Monochrome/Almost Monochrome" (1991 March 6-April 6); "Federal Art Project NYC WPA: Prints from the Federal Art Project, 1935-1943" (1991 June 11- July 3); also includes invitation to "Angeles Press: 10th Anniversary Exhibition" (1990 March 14-April 7), a flyer "Recent Experiments in Printmaking" (1985 June 4-28), and two copies of the AAA newsletter, "Hot Off the Press" (Spring 1986, and June 1986.)
Box 18, Folder 1

Association Internationale des Critiques d'Art. 1990, 1991.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Phyllis Braff (Secretary) re Wayne as guest speaker for the AICA 25th Congress, "Beyond Walls and Wars: Art, Politics and Multiculturalism" (1991 October 10-14, Los Angeles); Kim Levin (President) re attending Women's Caucus for Art (WCA) and College Art Association (CAA) conferences in Washington D.C. (1991.)
Box 18, Folder 2

Alkire, David. 1981, 1983-1987, 1989, 1990.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: David Alkire (attorney) re attending Boris Lipar exhibition, Wayne's engaging Arthur Leeds, Esq. for her continuing insurance litigation and Terry Sanders, Alkire's newsletters (1984-1990); Jessica Darraby (School of Law, Pepperdine University, Malibu, CA) re Wayne's paper on full disclosure and certification of art works.
Box 18, Folder 3

AL Miscellaneous. 1981, 1982, 1984, 1985, 1990, 1991.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Hans and Christine Albers re acquiring some Wayne prints; Aldine Publishing Co. (Robin G. Solinger and Kyle Wallace, editorial department) re use of Wayne's "Eve" for cover of Nancy Reeves' book, "Womankind"; Alexandria Museum of Art (William Steven Bradley, Executive Director) re Wayne's speech at College Art Association (CAA); Joseph P. Allen (Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center, National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)) re Carl Sagan and Allen's book, "Entering Space: An Astronaut's Odyssey"; Martha Alf (artist) re her exhibition at NewSpace, Los Angeles (1991 March 5-30.)
Box 18, Folder 4

American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters. 1982, 1990, 1991, 1992.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Virginia Dajan (Executive Director), Larry Landon (Coordinator, Art Programs and Exhibitions) and Margaret M. Mills (Executive Director) re slides sent of Wayne's paintings for purchase consideration, biography, applications, and catalogue raisonné.
Box 18, Folder 6

American Academy in Rome. 1990.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Jane Friedman (Fellowships Coordinator) re invitation to apply for Rome Prize Fellowship, American Academy in Rome; also includes information on fellowships offered and application form.
Box 18, Folder 7

American Color Print Society. 1981.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Richard Hood (President) re submission of Wayne's print, "Merry Widow" for 39th National Exhibition; dues, and invitation to attend reception of Philadelphia Art Alliance.
Box 18, Folder 8

American Gallery. 1990.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Katie Crow and Marc Kreisel re Wayne's participation in exhibition; loan agreements for Wayne's lithographs, "Ankidor" and "Sea Change."
Box 18, Folder 9

The Art Museum Association (T.A.M.A.) (formerly W.A.A.M.) 1981-1983. 1981-1983.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Susan Alberth (Exhibitions Assistant, Western Association of Art Museums, e.g. "WAAM") re "Dorothy Series" exhibition; Terri Cohn Savitsky (Associate Curator) re shipping expenses for "Dorothy Series" exhibition at the Jewish Museum, New York, damage to shipping crates, and possible show of Wayne's "Stellar Winds"; Mariane Eber (Grunwald Center for the Graphic Arts, UCLA) re "Dorothy Series" exhibition, shipping bills; Rebecca Danvers (Historical Collection, North Texas State University) re "Dorothy Series" PBS television program; Tina Garfinkel (Registrar) re conclusion of "Dorothy Series" tour; also includes Wayne bibliography, (1950-1982 July) and WAAM/The Art Museum Association "Catalogue of Exhibitions 1982."
Box 18, Folder 10

The Art Museum Association (T.A.M.A.). 1981, 1982.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Terri Cohn Savitsky (Associate Curator) re WAAM Annual Conference in San Antonio, Texas (1981 October 25-29); exhibition of Wayne's "Dorothy Series" at the Jewish Museum, New York; also includes WAAM/The Art Museum Association "Catalogue of Exhibitions 1981."
Box 18, Folder 11

American Centers/Arts America. 1992, 1993.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Robin Berrington (Cultural Attaché, American Embassy, Tokyo, Japan) re catalogues and Wayne's exhibition at the Bunkamura, Wayne's proposal for an exhibition to travel the American Centers in Japan, Wayne giving slide lecture to the United States Information Service (USIS); Kyoko "Michi" Michishita re correspondence with Robin Berrington; Judith Bryan (Program Development Office, United States Information Agency) and Alexander Almasov (American Center, USIS) re Wayne canceling Bukamura exhibition; Evangeline J. Montgomery (Program Officer, Arts America, US Information Agency, Washington D.C.) re developing an exhibition with Arts America; Lucinda H. Gedeon (Director, Neuberger Museum of Art, State University of New York, Purchase, NY) re proposals for Wayne exhibition.
Box 18, Folder 12

The Art Museum Association (T.A.M.A.). 1977, 1979.

Scope and Content Note

Catalogues and brochures, including, "Options for Workshops in Relief Print Making" (no date); "The Collagraph: A New Print Medium" exhibition by Pratt Graphics Center Gallery (1975 December 15-1976 January 21); "Condensed Space" exhibition by the Nassau County Museum of Fine Arts (1977 September18-November 20); "Prints: New Points of View" exhibition circulated by the Western Association of Art Museums (1979); "The Art Museum Association: Exhibitions Program (1983-1984); also includes condition report sheets, notes on WAAM specifications for construction crates, and inventory of prints in Wayne's "Dorothy Series."
Box 18, Folder 13

The Art Museum Association (T.A.M.A.). 1977, 1980.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Gigi Dobbs (Exhibitions Program Director, Western Association of Art Museums (WAAM)) re exhibition of Wayne's "The Dorothy Series"; Terri Cohn Savitsky (Registrar) re condition report booklet and WAAM sales policy; Michael P. Crane (Art Galleries, San Jose State University, CA) re "The Dorothy Series" exhibition and slide show; Christine Robbins (Associate Curator) re article for Print News on "The Dorothy Series"; also includes Western Association of Art Museums (WAAM) condition report sheets for Wayne's "The Dorothy Series," WAAM Visiting Specialist Program (1977), and catalogue, "Traveling Exhibitions" (1978.)
Box 18, Folder 14

ArtTable Inc. (L.A. and N.Y.). 1985, 1986, 1988, 1991-1993.

Scope and Content Note

Re Wayne selected to be honored at ArtTable 10th Anniversary Gala Awards dinner; copy of Wayne's keynote address, "Walking Backward into the 21st Century" given at the Conference of the International Association of Art Critics (1991 October 10, Barnsdall Park Theater, Los Angeles, CA); Wayne terminates her ArtTable membership; rosters of ArtTable members (1986, 1991); ArtWire issues; correspondents include Kinshasha Conwill, Patricia Cruz, Nancy Escher, Caroline Goldsmith, Karen McCready, Serena Rattazzi.
Box 18, Folder 15

ArtTable Inc. (L.A. and N.Y.). 1981-1987, 1990-1993.

Scope and Content Note

Includes California/International Arts Foundation (Lyn Kienholz, founder), Craft & Folk Art Museum, Los Angeles (Joan M. Benedetti) re ArtTable Inc. meetings, membership letters, Elizabeth Robbins presidency, 1990 Strategic Plan, and bylaws; also includes MoMA, New York (Luisa Kreisberg); Caroline Lerner Goldsmith, James Goodwin, Maria Luisa de Herrera, Tressa R. Miller, and Carol Morgan.
Box 18, Folder 16

ARTISTS/USA Inc. 1970.

Scope and Content Note

Re Wayne corrections, proofs, and payment for inclusion in ARTISTS/USA listing.
Box 19, Folder 1

Jewish Museum. 1979-1982.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Susan T. Goodman (Chief Curator), Carolyn Cohen (Research Associate), Margo Bloom (Coordinator of Public Programs), and Rita Feigenbaum (Registrar) re the exhibition of Wayne's "The Dorothy Series" at the Jewish Museum.
Box 19, Folder 2

Abakanowicz, Magda. 1985, 1986, 1988,.

Scope and Content Note

Re Abakanowicz's exhibitions at the Palace of Exhibitions, Budapest, Hungary (1988); announcement for exhibit at Hamburger Kunsthalle, Germany; "About Men" sculpture exhibit at Xavier Fourcade, New York (1985); and Galerie Alice Pauli, Lausanne, Switzerland. Letter from Wayne re her speech given at Hofstra Museum, Hofstra University Conference on The Avant-garde in Literature and Art (1985 November), Long Island.
Box 19, Folder 3

AB Miscellaneous. 1970, 1984, 1993 1994.

Scope and Content Note

Includes Harry N. Abrams, Inc. (Frank Gruler, Myrna Smoot, and Jennifer Strauss) re Wayne's inclusion in "The Power of Feminist Art" (Abrams, 1994) and royalty check for art sales; Interior Design magazine re request for written piece (Stanley Abercrombie.)
Box 19, Folder 4

AC Miscellaneous. 1981.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include Martin S. Ackerman (attorney) re: Joan Firestone and visit to Los Angeles; Internal Revenue Service (IRS) disallowing gifts to museums; Wayne's frequency of contributions.
Box 19, Folder 5

Adams, Scott. 1982, 1983, 1990.

Scope and Content Note

Re copyright on "The Dorothy Series"; proof of receipt for "Floating by Ten"; update on bill for bookkeeper; copyright for five prints of "Solar Flares Suite."
Box 19, Folder 6

AE Miscellaneous. 1987.

Scope and Content Note

Includes Aesthetic Creations Inc. (Roy) re Wayne showing work to clients.
Box 19, Folder 7

AI Miscellaneous. 1986.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include Joyce Aiken re Wayne's visit to New York and exhibiting Wayne's "Palomar Series" at the Fresno Arts Center; request for photos for book.
Box 19, Folder 8

AK Miscellaneous. 1986, 1995.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Kinji Akagawa (sculptor, Minnesota) re Tamarind experience; Karen Atkinson (Director, Side Street Projects, Santa Monica, CA) re Wayne's acceptance of First Annual Artist Nominated Award.
Box 19, Folder 15

KO Miscellaneous. 1981, 1984, 1985, 1988.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: John Franklin Koenig (artist); Pierre Koenig (architect); Françoise Kourilsky (Artistic Director, UBU Repertory Theater, New York.)
Box 19, Folder 16

LE Miscellaneous: Leaf, Bill; Lear, Norman; Leading Edge; Lederer, Carrie; Lee, Helen; Lefcoe, George; Lehrer, Leonard. 1981, 1982, 1984, 1990, 1995, 1996.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Marilyn Ferguson (Leading Edge: A Bulletin of Social Transformation); Bill Leaf (Art Department, University of Nevada, Las Vegas); Norman Lear re his remarks to the National Education Association, National Convention, Kansas City, Missouri; Carrie Lederer; Jenny Lederer; Helen Lee; George Lefcoe (The Law Center, University of Southern California); Leonard Lehrer (Department of Art and Art Professions, New York University); Michael Leopold (Louisiana Delectables bakery, Los Angeles, CA); Lori LeRoy; Marie Leroy-Crevecoeur (Secrétaire Général, Centre International de l'Estampe Contemporaine, aka "CIEC"); Ruth Lewitzky.
Box 19, Folder 17

Library of Congress (Sale of My Palomar). 1983-1985, 1990-1992.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Renata V. Shaw (Acting Chief) re consideration of acquiring Wayne's works, "Solar Flares" and "A Day Off"; Stephen Ostrow (Chief, Prints and Photographs Division) re acquisition of Wayne's "My Palomar" suite; Carol Pulin (Curator of Fine Prints) re meeting Wayne, attending College Art Association (CAA) conference in Los Angeles, delivery of new state of Wayne's print, "Meridian"; also includes Print Workshop questionnaire (in English and French), organizational description of The Print Alliance, and the Library of Congress "Fine Print Acquisitions" lists, 1984-1986 and 1987-1990.
Box 19, Folder 18

Museum of Modern Art (MOMA). 1965-1997.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Virginia Allen (Department of Drawings and Prints) re production questions about Tamarind; Riva Castleman (Director) re acquisition of Wayne's "Stellar Winds" via Joan Palevsky and reproducing Wayne's "The Travellers" print in Castleman's book "American Impressions: Prints Since Pollack"; Starr Figura (Curatorial Assistant) re edition number of Wayne's "Songs and Sonets" suite; Agnes Gund (President) re Trustees' receptions; William S. Lieberman (Department of Drawings) re joining the Board of Directors of Tamarind Lithography Workshop, "Tamarind: Homage to Lithography" exhibition at MoMA (1969), and acquiring lithography stones; Howardena Pindell (Curator) re inclusion of Wayne's work in MoMA's California Printmakers exhibition; Deborah Wye (Chief Curator of Prints and Illustrated Books) re her promotion.
Box 19, Folder 19

Museum of Modern Art (MOMA). 1964-1969.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Virginia Allen (Department of Drawings and Prints) re arrangements for MoMA cocktail/dinner/preview event of April 28, 1969, catalogue production and orders; Martha Beck (Registration Assistant); Kleiner, Bell & Co. re MoMA's interest in complete edition of Tamarind Collection of lithographs; Marna Thoma (Sales Manager) re price of Tamarind catalogue; Elizabeth Shaw re Tamarind exhibition; Donna M. Stein (reference consultant) re Wayne's Conner Everts drawing.
Box 19, Folder 20

David Wallace & Co. Inc. 1969-1971, 1974.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: David Wallace (David Wallace & Co. Public Relations) and Michael Gifford (Gifford/Wallace Inc.) re performing public relations work for Wayne.
Box 19, Folder 21

Mary Rouse, University of Iowa. 1970, 1973.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include Mary Rouse (Associate Editor, University of Iowa News Service) re Wayne's lecture and Wayne's gift of prints to the university.
Box 20, Folder 1

Los Angeles Institute of Contemporary Art. 1974-1978, 1980, 1982, 1983.

Scope and Content Note

Include Artists Registry Log Sheet form, LAICA Journal rate card, meeting minutes from LAICA Journal Editorial Board (1974 July 16), and LAICA Newsletters (1975-1978.)
Box 20, Folder 2

Ball, Sybil. 1985.

Scope and Content Note

Re Wayne's trip to Europe for her exhibition, framing services of Stephen Buccola, list of 15 prints selected by Wayne from her collection for Hall, Hunt, Brown Baerwitz offices.
Box 20, Folder 4

BE Miscellaneous. 1982, 1984, 1985, 1987-1992, 1995.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Laure Beaumont-Maillet re exhibition, "La Gravure française à la Renaissance" (Bibliothèque nationale de France, 1995 April 20-July 10), Carole Bernstein (and Andree Vilar) re Wayne's visits to Paris; Joan M. Benedetti (Museum Librarian, Craft & Folk Museum, Los Angeles) re Wayne's gift of books, "The Art of June Wayne" and "June Wayne: The Djuna Set"; Julian Berliansky postcard from Hawaii; Judith Bettelheim re publications; Marilyn Bergman re party for Murph and Mildred Goldberger; Carl Belz (Director, Rose Art Museum, Waltham, MA) re Wayne's work; Ruth Bernstein re artist royalty legislation; Travis Beck re Wayne's work; Joan Beall (President, Newport Harbor Museum of Art, Newport, CA) re invitation to visit Wayne's studio.
Box 20, Folder 5

BL Miscellaneous. 1982, 1984, 1987, 1988, 1992, 1993.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Jacqueline Stanley (Black Church Print Studio, Dublin, Ireland) re Wayne's writings; also includes Black Church Print Studio exhibition catalogue, "European Large Format Printmaking"; Andrea Blake (Turkana Primitive Fine Arts, Los Angeles, CA) re visit to Wayne's studio; Lucy Blake-Elahi re grant resources; Rachel Blackburn (Fort Worth Art Museum, TX) re information on Wayne's "Songs and Sonets"; Ruth Blumberg re Wayne's work; Harvey Tucker (Black Sun Books) re error in flyer listing "Songs and Sonets"; George Y. Blaire re visit to Wayne's studio; Bill Bloom re adding codicil to Wayne's will re leaving her papers to the Archives of American Art.
Box 20, Folder 6

Benton Gallery. 1988, 1989.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Arlene Bujese (Benton Gallery, Southampton, NY) and Robert Conway (Associated American Artists, aka "AAA") re exhibiting Wayne's work.
Box 20, Folder 9

Brown, Suzanne (Gallery). 1981, 1983.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Frank McKemy (Director) and Suzanne Brown re benefit exhibition, "Woman and Art" (1981 January 21-February 14, Susanne Brown Gallery, Scottsdale, AZ); also includes press clippings and information on the Crisis Nursey.
Box 20, Folder 10

Brundage, Martha L. 1984.

Scope and Content Note

Re use of Wayne's quote from her UCLA oral history transcript in Brundage's graduate seminar paper, "The Reasons Why Artists Choose to Make Prints"; also includes copy of Brundage's paper.
Box 20, Folder 11

Buck, Pauline. 1991.

Scope and Content Note

Notes re conversation with Natalie Goodman re speaking engagement in Corvallis, Oregon to audience of scientists, and with Pauline Buck re speaking engagement for an Orange County cultural organization.
Box 20, Folder 12

Budek Films & Harvest Labs (Elizabeth Allen). 1981-1983.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Elizabeth Allen (Budek Films and Slides, Newport, RI) re Wayne's slide show and cassette presentation for "The Dorothy Series"; Harry Broadd compiling list of artists for slide series.
Box 20, Folder 13

BU Miscellaneous. 1981, 1983, 1985, 1987-1993.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Diane Burko (artist) re exhibiting Wayne's "The Dorothy Series", College Art Association (CAA), and meeting in Washington D.C., copy of Burko catalogue of paintings exhibited at Marian Locks Gallery (Philadelphia, PA) ; Jean Burg re award luncheon for Lynton Kistler; Annick Bureaud (via Janet Saad-Cook) re including information on Wayne's work in the "Guide international des arts electroniques" (IDEA); Lee Burns re party for d'Arcy Sanger Hayman; JoAnne Buccola re the death of her son, Stephen Allen Buccola (Wayne's framer); Helen Buckley re Internal Revenue Service (IRS) taxation legislation; Sally and Bob Burdett re Wayne's pre-publication announcement; Marjorie Kelly (editor, Business Ethics) re using Wayne's "Goe and Catch a Falling Starre" as cover art, including two issues of Business Ethics, vol. 1, no. 2 (1987 July) and vol. 1, no. 4 (1987 October); Jan Butterfield (Lapis Press, San Francisco) re Wayne's work and upcoming trips to Australia and Japan; Bill Bushnell (Artistic Director, Los Angeles Theater Center) re Wayne's participation as panelist in symposium, "Art in Chaos: The Political Struggle" (1990 March 3); Marge Bulmer re speech by Luchezar Boyadjiev, "The Situation 'Beyond' as a Situation 'Behind'", Bulmer's poetry, and visiting Wayne's studio.
Box 20, Folder 16

California College of Arts & Crafts. 1988.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Suzanne Lacy (Dean, School of Fine Arts) re Wayne's participation in panel for College Association Conference (Feb. 1989, San Francisco, CA ); Neil Hoffman (President) re Wayne's Honorary Doctorate award and attending commencement ceremony.
Box 21, Folder 2

Ca. State Univ. May 16 Dominguez Hills. 1995.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Kathy Zimmerer (Director, University Art Gallery) re Wayne's speech, "Real or Virtual Reality in 1995", given at California State University Dominguez Hills Art Department (1995 May 16.)
Box 21, Folder 3

CA Miscellaneous. 1980-1984, 1986-1990.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: California Confederation of the Arts (June Gutfleisch, Executive Director) re asking Wayne to participate in panel discussion at sixth annual Congress (1982 October 15, Casa del Prado, Balboa Park, San Diego); California State College, San Bernardino (Joe Moran, Printmaker & Exhibition Curator, Department of Art) re Wayne's participation in exhibition, "National Print Invitational" (1983 April 20-May 27 at the Art Gallery); Carole Calo re interviewing Wayne for Woman's Art Journal article on Anni and Josef Albers; Claire Cantor (Cantor Lemberg Gallery, Birmingham, MI) re exhibiting and selling Wayne's work; Lee Evan Caplin (Assistant to the Chairman, National Endowment for the Arts) re meeting with Wayne, and Clinton Adams' chapter for his book, "American Lithographers, 1900-1960"; Caprice magazine (James Mecham) re Wayne's article on Louise Nevelson; Carnegie Mellon University (Akram Midani, Dean, College of Fine Arts) re Wayne as potential candidate for Head of the Art Department; Jack Carter re installation of Wayne's work for exhibition at Armstrong Gallery, New York.
Box 21, Folder 6

Citadel Print Center. 1989.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Betty Bates and Glen Rogers Perrotto (Directors) re visiting Wayne's studio.
Box 21, Folder 10

AT Miscellaneous: Atelier de Laurenque; Atlanta College of Art. 1983, 1990.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Norma A. Hecker (Atelier de Laurenque); also includes brochure for The Atelier Program, East Los Angeles (Self-Help Graphics, Los Angeles, CA.)
Box 22, Folder 2

Gainesville Show 1987. 1986, 1987.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Mallory McCane O'Conner (Director, Thomas Center Gallery, Gainesville, FL) re Wayne's participation in the exhibition, "10 + 5 from California: An Exhibition of Prints by Fifteen Artists from California" (Thomas Center Gallery, 1987 March 1-25; Gallery at Center of Contemporary Art, University City, MO, 1987 April 14-May 27); Karen Schmitendorg (Gallery Assistant, Saint Louis Gallery of Contemporary Art, Saint Louis, MO) re returning Wayne's prints from the exhibition; also includes exhibition brochures and reviews.
Box 22, Folder 5

Gorse, Naomi Sawelson. 1987, 1989, 1990.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Naomi Sawelson-Gorse re her research on Louise and Walter Arensberg for her thesis, "The Arensberg Circle: The California Years, 1921-1954" (Department of the History of Art, University of California, Riverside); Ronald Gottesman (Professor of English, University of Southern California) re Senator Jesse Helms and review of Anna Silvers ceramic exhibition.
Box 22, Folder 6

Hamasaki, Les (Otsuko Ceramics). 1982.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Les Hamasaki (Public Art Associates, Los Angeles, CA) re artists who may be interested in working with Otsuka Ceramics; also includes brochures of Ceramic Plates for Fine Arts, and two catalogues of Otsuka Ceramics
Box 22, Folder 9

CO Miscellaneous: Cockrell, Beth; Cohen, Cookie; Colman, Mona; Colhert, Anca; Cohen, Sigmund. 1984, 1985, 1988, 1990.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Beth Cockrell re Wayne providing biographical information for Cockrell's lecture to art group; [Sigmund] Cookie Cohen re Henny Haas; Madeleine Coit re telephone interview with Wayne in preparation for lecture on Jewish women artists; Anca Colhert holiday card (1990); College Art Association (CAA) conference program (1988 February 10-13, Houston, TX); Mona Colman re Wayne interview in Los Angeles Times (1990 July 1.)
Box 22, Folder 10

CO Miscellaneous. 1982, 1983, 1990, 1993, 1995.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Howard Conant (Head, Department of Art, University of Arizona) re Wayne recommendations of artists for their Visiting Artist position; Kathleen Connell re receiving Wayne's lithograph; Robert Conway re computers and art agent for Wayne in San Francisco; Ronald V. Cook re dinner; Cynthia Cooper (Assistant Vice Chancellor, Academic and Cultural Support Programs, University of California, Los Angeles) re Ford Foundation grant application, and Wayne's talk to members of California Concerns, "Between the Last Word and the First Blow: Freedom of Expression as Experienced by This Artist"; Pravina and Darius Cooper re meeting Wayne.
Box 22, Folder 11

CR Miscellaneous. 1982, 1985, 1987, 1994.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Russell Craig (Lecturer, Printmaking and Drawing, Griffith University, Queensland, Australia) re exhibition "A Tamarind Experience"; Annie Shaver-Crandell re slides; Jane Creel re meeting Wayne and articles on Wayne; Crocker Art Museum (Richard West) re exhibition and video tape of Wayne's work and broadcast on local PBS television station; Susan Crowe re broadcast of Wayne's "The Dorothy Series" on KCET;
Box 22, Folder 12

Crutchfield, Bill. 1974, 1983, 1984, 1986, 1995.

Scope and Content Note

Includes holiday notes and greeting cards; "William Crutchfield: 8 Postcards 1974" for the retrospective exhibition of prints by Crutchfield at the Print Club, Philadelphia, PA (1974 October 4-November); brochure for exhibition, "William Crutchfield: Sculpture and Plans" (1983 May 18-June 10, Harbor College, Harbor City, CA.)
Box 22, Folder 13

CU Miscellaneous. 1987-1990, 1992, 1995, 1996.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Karen Hill-Scott and Alice Walker Duff (Morris McNeill, firm hired by Cultural Affairs Department, City of Los Angeles) re reception for members of Cultural Masterplan for the City team; Paul Cummings (Dictionary of American Art) re updating Wayne's biographical information; Linda Cunningham re change of her address to New York City; James Cuno re wine, forming committee to include Norma Bartman and Lloyd Rigler, Wayne's trips to Australia and Japan; Allison Curtis re Wayne's speaking at "Beyond Labels" printmakers conference (Knoxville, TN) and Wayne's "Songs and Sonets of John Donne" and writing paper on Wayne; also includes announcements for Joyce Cutler-Shaw exhibition, "Body Archaeology from 'The Anatomy Lesson' (1996 September 21-November 17, Huntington Beach Art Center, Huntington Beach, CA), inscribed by the artist to Wayne.
Box 22, Folder 14

Data Bank - The Art Institute of Chicago. 1977.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Nancy Bowen (Assistant to Databank) re Wayne purchasing a video tape copy of her interview with Horsfield/Blumenthal.
Box 22, Folder 15

DE Miscellaneous. 1979, 1980, 1982, 1984, 1985, 1988.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Sheila Levrant de Bretteville (Communication Design & Illustration, Otis Art Institute of Parsons School of Design); Nat Dean revisiting Southern California; Julia W. Harrison (Associate Director, Twining Gallery) re artist, Dorothy Dehner; Mary M. Dennison (Art Consultant, Birmingham, MI) re meeting Wayne, receiving slides and biographical materials to present to prospective buyers; Polly DeWine (Westlake School for Girls) re request of Wayne speaking to the school's art graduates; Susan Melin/Susan Levitan (Assistant Curator, M.H. de Young Memorial Museum, San Francisco, CA) re meeting Wayne, biographical materials.
Box 22, Folder 16

Dictionary of Contemporary American Artists. 1969, 1970, 1975.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include Paul Cummings re updating biographical information on Wayne.
Box 22, Folder 17

Dimensions (San Diego). 1982.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Peggy Budd (Executive Director) re Wayne's visit with Dimensions' members and information on air date for Wayne's PBS television program; also includes copies of Dimension' Networker newsletter.
Box 22, Folder 18

Michele Oka Doner. 1989, 1990, 1992.

Scope and Content Note

Includes a card, exhibition catalogue (1990 November 7-December 8, Art et Industrie, New York), issue of LSA magazine (College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, University of Michigan, Spring, 1989) with article on Michele Oka Doner, and article on Doner from Contemporanea International Art Magazine (1990 December, no. 23.)
Box 22, Folder 19

Dorsey, Dia. 1991, 1992.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Dia Dorsey (Dorsey & Myers) in collaboration with American Express re underwriting and promoting catalogue and national exhibition of Wayne's work; Lloyd [Rigler] re underwriting the costs of microfilming Wayne's archives at the Archives of American Art, and a catalogue raisonné of Wayne's work; Signe J. Gallagher (Director, Sales and Travel Management Services, American Express) re article in Los Angeles Times (1991 July 28) on Wayne; also includes letter from Michael A. Botwinick (Director, Newport Harbor Art Museum) to Gallagher re American Express sponsoring Wayne's exhibition, "June Wayne: An American Treasure" at the Newport Harbor Art Museum.
Box 23, Folder 1

Downey Museum of Art. 1981.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Lukman Glasgow (Director) re Wayne's participation in group exhibition, "Four Printmakers" (1981 August 21-September 25.)
Box 23, Folder 3

EH Miscellaneous. 1985, 1988-1990.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Amaranth Roslyn Ehrenhalt (tapestries, paintings, graphics, New York, Los Angeles, and Paris); Susan Ehrlich (Beverly Hills, CA) re slides of Wayne's work, inclusion of Wayne's work in exhibition, Wayne's convocation speech at College Art Association (CAA) conference in New York (1990), Wayne's participation in panel discussion at Laguna Art Museum (1990 July 14.)
Box 23, Folder 4

EI Miscellaneous. 1985, 1988.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Cheryl Barton (18th Street Gallery, Santa Monica, CA) re Wayne's work; Susan Einstein (photographer) re photographing Wayne's work.
Box 23, Folder 6

EN Miscellaneous. 1986, 1990, 1991, 1994, 1996.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Gita Endore; Jules Engle; Brenda French.
Box 23, Folder 7

FE Miscellaneous. 1972, 1980, 1983, 1985, 1987, 1992, 1993.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Julian F. Feingold (Curator, Senior Eye Gallery, Long Beach, CA) re exhibiting Wayne's work; Jim Felici (World Print) re meeting Wayne at Boston Art Expo (1979), and working with Bob Serpa at Imago Hand Paper Mill; Jane Fellman re Ethiopian Jews; Elen Feinberg (artist) re articles and meeting Wayne; Eddy Feldman; Robert Feldman (sic; i.e. "Robert C. Fellmeth", professor, University of San Diego School of Law) re his "60 Minutes" television program segment; also includes Lorser Feitelson exhibition catalogue (1972 August 16-September 17, Municipal Arts Department, Barnsdall Park.)
Box 23, Folder 8

Federal Reserve System. 1982, 1983.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Mary Anne Goley (Director) re meeting Wayne, Wayne's tapestry work, and considering Wayne's work for future exhibitions; also includes exhibition catalogues from "Made in L.A.: Contemporary Crafts '81" (1982 January 15-March 17, Federal Reserve Board Galleries, Washington, D.C.), "Zapotec Weavings" (1982 July 21-September 24), and "Jan Dibbets, Ger van Elk, Hans van Hoek: Contemporary Dutch Artists" (1983 June 8-August 24.)
Box 23, Folder 10

Fishback, Joan & Kurt. 1980-1982, 1984, no date.

Scope and Content Note

Re Kurt's photographs of Wayne; also includes four black and white portrait photographs (two 7 x 10 inch, two 8 x 10 inch) of Wayne, release form, and holiday cards.
Box 23, Folder 11

FL Miscellaneous. 1983, 1985.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Norman Fleishman (Director, Microsecond, Malibu, CA) re his nonprofit organization for nonviolent conflict resolution; Lynda Fluent.
Box 23, Folder 12

FO Miscellaneous. 1982, 1983, 1988, 1992, 1995.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Jean Conger re Ginny Foat Defense Fund; Cappy Fogel re visit to Wayne's studio; Darice Fohrman (freelance curator) re catalogue of Wayne's work; June Follis re meeting Wayne at event for John Entenza (Editor, Art & Architecture, 1938-1962); Christine and Russell Forester re their open house in La Jolla, announcement of exhibition of Russell's work, "The Gallium Phosphide Series" (1982 March 16-April 10, Thomas Babeor Gallery, La Jolla, CA); Eileen Foti re printing paper; Danielle Fox (graduate student in art history, Northwestern University) re her dissertation research on art publishing in the United States during the 1960s; Herb Fox (Fox Graphics, Merrimac, MA) re The Hat Factory Art Institute, Amesbury, MA; Miriam Fox re receiving announcements of Wayne's work.
Box 23, Folder 13

Friedman, Kenneth. 1981, 1982.

Scope and Content Note

Re Friedman illustrating new book by Dick Higgins; launch of Art Express Magazine; also includes two issues of "The Art Economist: The Art Information Service" newsletter (1982) published by Friedman.
Box 23, Folder 14

Fresno Metropolitan Museum. 1981, 1982, 1984, 1986, 1994.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Donald J. Brewer (Director, Fresno Metropolitan Museum, Fresno, CA) re building a graphic art collection for Fresno; Brewer to Dr. and Mrs. Milton Lane re donating some of their lithographs to the museum; Brewer to Marvin Goodson re donating a selection of [Mario] Avati mezzoprints to the museum; Jane Cleave re Wayne's visit to Fresno Museum; also includes Fresno Museum promotional brochure and catalogue for "MetroDrive 82" and exhibition catalogue, "The Elisabeth Dean Collection: French prints from the Belle Epoque" (1986 January 19-April 17, Fresno Arts Center and Museum.)
Box 23, Folder 15

Armstrong Gallery Exhibition. 1983, 1984.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Harriet Lebish (Gallery Director) re Wayne's absence from opening exhibition; also includes exhibition announcements and drawings of gallery layout and specifications, "Gatorboard Log", shipping invoices, and photocopy of floor plans for Aaron Berman Gallery (New York, NY), 1976 June 30, with new construction on 14th floor, executed by designer Ronald Williams.
Box 23, Folder 16

Armstrong Gallery 1983. 1983.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents includes Harriet Lebish Armstrong (Director), Patricia Failing and Ruth Iskin (Program Specialist, Department of the Arts, UCLA Extension) re 1983 World Art Market Conference, Los Angeles, sponsored by Artnews and UCLA Extension (1983 March 16-17, Century Plaza Hotel, Los Angeles.)
Box 23, Folder 17

Armstrong Gallery 1984-85. 1984, 1985.

Scope and Content Note

Includes Armstrong Gallery (Phillip Bloom and Harriet Lebish, director) re shipping, consignment papers, lists of works, details of Armstrong Gallery show; Fine Art Shipping (Victor Hack and Gustave Harrow) re business relations with Lebish; The Monitor (Theodore Wolf) and Andrea Neiman (Wayne's assistant); Newspaper sheet with "Winter Art Showcase" section of museum, gallery, exhibition, and auction listings (New York Times, 1985 Jan 27.)
Box 23, Folder 18

Arts & Architecture. 1981, 1984-1986.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Laurie Garris and Barbara Goldstein (editor-in-chief, 1981-1985) re revival of magazine; writers Merle Schipper and Arlene Raven; New York lecture; event honoring John Entenza (editor of Art & Architecture, 1938-1962.)
Box 23, Folder 19

Art Dealers Association. 1978-1980.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Donna Carlson to Benjamin Horowitz of Art Dealers Association re theft and details of Wayne's tapestry, "La Journee des Lemmings"; also includes membership roster for Art Dealers Association of America (1978-1980.)
Box 23, Folder 20

Artist's Tax Deductible Rights 1969. 1969.

Scope and Content Note

Documents re artists tax deductions; reference, "Foundation and the Tax Bill" (1969); Senate Finance Committee member list; preliminary draft of "Statement of the Trustees of The Association of Art Museum Directors, speaking also for the College Art Association and The National Trust of Historic Preservation."
Box 23, Folder 22

TU Miscellaneous. 1983, 1985, 1987, 1991.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Eleanor Tufts (Department of Art History, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, TX) re visit to Wayne's studio, Women's Caucus for Art (WCA); Gerald B. Dale Turbow re Wayne's "The Dorothy Series"; Jan Turner (Jan Turner Gallery) re availability of Wayne's lithograph, "Omniwave"; Nancy Kay Turner (instructor) re slides of Wayne's work for her course, "Women in the Visual Arts" at the University of Southern California (USC); also includes obituaries, memorial service program, and one color 2.5 x 3.5 inch photograph of Tufts.
Box 23, Folder 23

Tsuji. 1988.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Bernard Kester (Acting Dean, College of Fine Arts, University of California, San Diego, CA) to Kiyoji Tsuji re introduction of Wayne.
Box 23, Folder 24

TR Miscellaneous. 1959, 1986, 1990.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Joyce Treiman re 1991 National Medal of Arts Nomination form for Wayne; Eduoard Trier re sculpture by Cornelia Runyan; includes photographic postcard of Notre Dame, Paris; Roberta Loach (Guest Curator, Triton Museum of Art, Santa Clara, CA) re invitation to Wayne to participate in exhibition, "The 500th Anniversary of Columbus' Discovery of America"; business card and flyer from Tram Way: Atelier de Tapisserie Base Lise, Lyon, France.
Box 24, Folder 1

TH Miscellaneous. 1984, 1990, 1993.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Michel Thomas (Director, Textile/Art/Language, Paris) re photographs of Wayne's work for book, "Textile Art"; Leonard R. Vignola (President and CEO, National Arts Stabilization Fund) re Wayne's contribution to memorial book honoring Marcia Thompson's retirement; Sandra A. Thompson re value of Wayne's lithograph "Burning Helix", which was lost in a fire.
Box 24, Folder 7

Lucy Kuniko Kato. 1988, 1989.

Scope and Content Note

Re Wayne's visit to Japan (1989 April.)
Box 24, Folder 8

Tokoro Gallery. 1987-1993.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Akiyoshi Tokoro (Tokoro Gallery, Japan) re article on Wayne; Kerry Tomlinson (Tokoro Gallery, Los Angeles) re visiting Tamarind in New Mexico, and exhibitions at Tokoro Gallery; also includes photographic holiday and greeting cards.
Box 24, Folder 9

Book Inventory. 1969-1973.

Scope and Content Note

Inventories and invoices for books, primarily Mary W. Baskett's "The Art of June Wayne" (1969), sent by Wayne to various people and institutions; also includes correspondence re Wayne's work and other biographical materials.
Box 24, Folder 10

Boston Exhibition 1979. 1979.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Herbert A. Fox (President, World Art Exposition) re Wayne's participation in World Art Exposition (1979 September 26-30, Hynes Auditorium, Boston, MA); also includes World Art Exposition program.
Box 24, Folder 11

Bowker Who's Who. 1994.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Carole Kim re updating Wayne's biographical information for the 21st edition of "Who's Who in American Art."
Box 24, Folder 12

Tabak/Rosenberg. 1969.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Harold Rosenberg and wife, May Natalie Tabak re Willem de Kooning 1968 retrospective at Museum of Modern Art, New York (MoMA); William S. Lieberman and the Tamarind show; list of names and addresses.
Box 24, Folder 14

The California Art Review. 1988.

Scope and Content Note

Re Wayne's inclusion in the third edition of "The California Art Review."
Box 24, Folder 17

UCLA Department of the Arts 1986. 1984-1986.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Jeanne Meyers re Wayne's participation in panel discussion, moderated by Josine Starels (1984 July 25, UCLA); Ruth Iskin (Program Specialists, Department of the Arts, UCLA Extension) re Wayne as guest speaker in lecture series, "Dialogues on Contemporary Art Issues" (1984 July 25, UCLA); Barbara Weinstock (Conference Coordinator, UCLA Extension) re Project Zero, and Wayne's participation in panel, "The Aesthetic Perspective: Can it be Developed and Transmitted" for conference, "Talent and Intelligence: Unlocking Creativity" (1986 November 1-2); also includes "Talent & Intelligence" program.
Box 24, Folder 18

UCLA Center for the Study of Women. 1982, 1986, 1989, 1990.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Carole Magnuson (Public Information Representative, UCLA) re availability of tape of news coverage for Wayne's "The Dorothy Series"; Adele Scheele and Clarie Segal re UCLA Center for the Study of Women and invitation to membership tea; Cynthia Cooper (Assistant Vice Chancellor, Academic and Cultural Support Programs, UCLA) re invitation for Wayne to speak at California Concerns Fall Conference (1990 November 2); also includes documentation on University of California's Student Conduct Policy, "California Concerns" (bylaws, membership directory, meeting agenda), and copy of Wayne's speech, "Between the Last Word and the First Blow: Freedom of Expression as Experienced by an Artist."
Box 25, Folder 1

UCLA Anni Albers Lecture Sept. 1986. 1986.

Scope and Content Note

Re Wayne's participation in UCLA Art Council's symposium on Anni Albers (née Fleischmann, German-born American textile artist, 1899-1994, and wife of Josef Albers.)
Box 25, Folder 2

UCLA Advisory Committee. 1973, 1974.

Scope and Content Note

Includes paper by Ichak Adizes (Association Professor of Managerial Studies, UCLA), "The Cost of Being an Artist: An Argument for the Public Support of the Arts" (Research Paper No. 25, Management in the Arts Research Program, Graduate School of Management, UCLA) and reprint of article by Adizes and J. Fred Weston from Academy of Management Journal (vol. 16, no. 1. March 1973), "Comparative Models of Social Responsibility."
Box 25, Folder 3

UCLA Grunwald Center. 1983, 1984.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Karen Costello (Associate Coordinator, The Writer's Program, UCLA Extension) re Wayne's disappointment in extension class and request for refund; Lucinda H. Gedeon (Acting Curator, The Grunwald Center for the Graphic Arts, UCLA) re Wayne's participation in reception and catalogue for exhibition, "Tamarind: A 25 Year Retrospective"; also includes copy of Wayne's talk, and first draft (with edits) of the catalogue entry, "Tamarind: From L.A. to Albuquerque: A 25 Year Retrospective."
Box 25, Folder 4

U Miscellaneous. 1981, 1982, 1984, 1995.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Bill Ullman; Chris Unger; Melva Unter re Wayne's "The Dorothy Series" television program; Urs-Schuman Fine Arts Ltd. (Paula Schuman) re slides of Wayne's work; U.S. Post Office re Express Mail refund.
Box 25, Folder 5

United States Customs. 1959, 1971, 1976, 1979.

Scope and Content Note

Includes U.S. Customs forms and Certificates of Registration re exporting and importing Wayne's work.
Box 25, Folder 6

United States Information Agency (USIA). 1992.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include E.J. Montgomery (Program Officer, USIA - Arts America, Washington D.C.) re Wayne's attendance at reception honoring Earl Powell and J. Carter Brown at the National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C., and meeting to discuss possibilities of USIA's assistance in helping Wayne's retrospective exhibition travel to Japan, London, and/or Paris.
Box 25, Folder 7

BA Miscellaneous. 1978, 1983, 1985-1987, 1989, 1992, 1994-1997.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Thomas E. Backer (Human Interaction Research Institute, Los Angeles, CA) re his articles and one-act play; Teresa Bailey re her marriage to Gary Johnson (includes wedding invitation); Mary Anderson Bain biographical information; James Barber (graduate student, University of Southern California) re discussing Wayne's arts-advocacy activities; Claude Bardin re meeting Wayne at a conference; Will Barnet; Max (Robert) Barrett (Director/Chief Curator, Fresno Art Museum) re Rush Limbaugh, Barrett's application to Big Brothers of Greater Los Angeles, and Wayne's computer problems; Patricia Barrow (Curatorial/Education Assistant, Newport Harbor Art Museum) re returning Wayne's slides and catalogues; Ivy L. Barsky (NEA Curatorial Intern, Department of Prints, Drawings and Photographs, Philadelphia Museum of Art) re exhibition, "Women's Work: American Printmakers of the 1930s" and the work of Shirley Julian; Norma Bartman re Wayne's speech given at Hofstra Museum, Hofstra University Conference on The Avant-garde in Literature and Art (1985 November), Long Island; Gregg and Cathy Bayne photographic holiday card depicting Frederick Lightfoot Bayne.
Box 25, Folder 8

Hadid, Zaha. 1984.

Scope and Content Note

Includes Hadid's curriculum vitae, one 7 x 9 inch black and white photograph of Hadid, three color slides, and two articles on Hadid's work.
Box 25, Folder 9

Hofstra University. 1985-1987.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Barbara Lekatsas (Coordinator, Avant-Garde Art and Literature Conference, Hofstra University Cultural Center) re Wayne's participation in the conference; performance of Picasso's play, "Catch Desire by the Tail"; also includes edited copy of Wayne's speech, "Avant-Garde Mindset in the Artist's Studio" given at Hofstra University Conference on the Avant-garde in Literature and Art; and conference program.
Box 25, Folder 10

Hillsdale College (Trip). 1985-1987.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Joseph S. McNamara (Vice President for External Affairs, Hillsdale College, MI), Lissa Roche (Director of Research), and Sam Knecht (professor) re Wayne's lecture, "View from Inside the Outside" in the Center for Construction Alternatives seminar, "The Dream and the Deal: The Arts After FDR" (1987 February 8-12); also includes poster and transcript from Wayne's talk, "Inside the Outside: An Artist's New Deal Heritage", two issues of the Hillsdale College publication, Imprimis, a brochure on Hillsdale College and President's Report (1985/86), and brochure for Henry Bernsteain exhibition, "Paintings, Drawings & Mural Studies" (1986 October 26-November 22, Arnold Klein Gallery, Royal Oak, MI.)
Box 25, Folder 11

Los Angeles Task Force On The Arts. 1990.

Scope and Content Note

Contains Morris McNeill, Inc. draft report, "The Los Angeles Cultural Masterplan" submitted to the City of Los Angeles Cultural Affairs Department (1990 November.)
Box 25, Folder 12

Los Angeles Task Force On The Arts. 1986, 1990.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Laurie Garris (Project Administrator, L.A. Task Force on the Arts), Barbara Goldstein (Deputy Director), Michael Pittas (Executive Director), and Karen Hill-Scott and Alice Walker Duff (Morris McNeill) re Wayne's participation in the L.A. Task Force on the Arts, and the Arts Advisory Committee work; includes correspondence, meeting minutes, and summaries.
Box 25, Folder 13

Coleman, Lee & (sisters) Judith & Manny Zane. 1955, 1980-1982, 1988.

Scope and Content Note

Re Lee Colman's health issues, Wayne's litigation, "The Dorothy Series" tour, and catalogue of Wayne's exhibition at Fresno Art Museum; also includes three black and white 2.5 x 3.5 inch photographs and Atlantic City photobooth photograph of members of the Zane family.
Box 25, Folder 14

Victoria Paper Company. 1981, 1992, 1993.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Aimee Kligman (President) re the National Arts Materials Trade Association (NAMTA) Conference in Las Vegas (1992 May); Victoria Paper Company paper samples; Wayne's speech at W. McNeil Lowry memorial (1993 September 27, Lincoln Center Plaza, New York); also includes press releases and articles about Kligman and the paper industry; four issues of Victoria Paper Company's "Paperceptions" newsletter (1992 January, June, and October; 1993 April.)
Box 26, Folder 1

Associated American Artists Show New York 1988. 1986, 1988, 1989.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Lillian Berkman; Robert Conway (Director) re Wayne's print, "Witnesses", price lists of Wayne's work, shipping lists, exhibition of Wayne's work, print dealers in Chicago, Arlene Bujese, Wayne's trip to Japan, Wayne's speech at College Art Association (CAA) Conference in New York (1990 February); Susan Teller; also includes clippings from New York Times advertising Wayne's lithographs from the "Djuna Set."
Box 26, Folder 3

New York Show Lists, Sign of The Dove, 1969. 1969.

Scope and Content Note

Includes lists of "Collectors and Personalities," artists, and dealers with names and addresses.
Box 26, Folder 4

Mailing Lists for Show, Nov. '73 Barnsdall Park. Master. 1969, 1973.

Scope and Content Note

Includes press release and mailing lists for invitations to Wayne's exhibition at the Municipal Art Gallery of Los Angeles, Barnsdall Park (1973 October 30.)
Box 26, Folder 5

New York Show List 1969. Far Gallery. 1969.

Scope and Content Note

Includes mailing lists for invitations to Wayne's exhibition at the FAR Gallery, New York (1969.)
Box 26, Folder 6

New York Show List, Master List 1969. 1969.

Scope and Content Note

Master mailing list of collectors, personalities, and dealers.
Box 28, Folder 2

Kentucky Miscellaneous Museums. 1960.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents includes: Theodore J.H. Gusten (Executive Secretary, Print Council of America) and John Harris (Director, J.B. Speed Art Museum, Louisville, KY) re edition numbers for Wayne's pair of prints, "Adam" and "Eve" in Speed Museum.
Box 28, Folder 3

California Palace Legion of Honor Calif. 1950-1953, 1956.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Jerry Maclegg (Orbit Films, San Francisco; California Palace of the Legion of Honor) re visiting Wayne, Wayne's comments on Rico LeBrun's exhibition; Thomas C. Howe, Jr. (Director, California Palace of the Legion of Honor, San Francisco) re including Wayne's painting, "The Sanctified" and painting by William Millarc in 5th Annual Exhibition of Contemporary American Painting; exhibition catalogue; inclusion of Wayne's print, "Last Chance" in Philadelphia Print Club "Curator's Choice" exhibition (1956.)
Box 28, Folder 4

Joan of Art List - other women. no date.

Scope and Content Note

Contains name and address list for four "Joan of Art" seminars (1970s.)
Box 28, Folder 5

Register of Women Artists. 1973.

Scope and Content Note

Contains "Register of Women Artists" compiled and edited by Connie Jenkins with the assistance of Vaughan Kaprow from the Women Artists' Slide Collection, California Institute of the Arts, Valencia, CA; published by the Feminist Art Program, Miriam Shapiro (Director.)
Box 28, Folder 6

Artists Councils of the Arts ACA Mailing List. 1975.

Scope and Content Note

Contains photocopy of Wayne's personal address book; Associated Councils of the Arts (ACA), Delegates' List to 1975 Annual Meeting, Cleveland, OH, July 10-12.
Box 28, Folder 7

Washington: Miscellaneous Museums, Art Institutes, Studios, Etc. 1963, 1966-1970.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: William Matheson (Chief, Rare Book Department, Washington University Libraries) to Orrel P. Reed re receiving copy of Wayne's exhibition catalogue, and decline to purchase Wayne's "Songs and Sonets of John Donne"; Lois A. Bingham, Barbara Fendrick, and Robert Sivard (Fine Arts Section, Exhibitions Division, United States Information Agency) re purchase of Wayne's prints, "Adam and Eve" and "Tower of Babel #A"; Frances Smyth (Program Assistant, Traveling Exhibition Service, Smithsonian Institution) to Wally Dunbar (Tamarind Press) re loan extension for Wayne's print "At Last a Thousand III" in Library of Congress traveling exhibition, "20th Print National"; Prentiss Taylor (President, Society of Washington Printmakers) re Wayne's recent exhibition, Tamarind exhibition at Museum of Modern Art, New York, making Wayne an Honorary Member of the Society and including her print, "The Tenth Memory" in a future show; Jacob Kainen (Curator, Prints and Drawings, Smithsonian Institution, Washington D.C.) re visiting Wayne's studio, Kainen's departure from the Smithsonian and his successor, Janet Flint.
Box 28, Folder 8

Los Angeles Art Committee Calif. 1954, 1955.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence re controversy over installation of Bernard Rosenthal bronze sculpture, "The Family Group" in front of the Los Angeles Police Facilities Building and creation of the Los Angeles Art Committee (founded 1955 February 7); includes Wayne's letters to the editors of the Los Angeles Mirror, Daily News, Los Angeles Times, as well as Los Angeles City Council, Board of Public Works, Municipal Art Commission, and Canyon Crier; other correspondents include Mrs. Hoffman, Marguerite Scully Fanning, Faie Joyce, Hugh Tiner, John S. Gibson, Jr. (President, Los Angeles City Council), and Earle D. Baker; also includes City of Los Angeles Resolution (1954 August 16) issued by Earle D. Baker (Councilman, Second District) re removal of the sculpture; March 1955 issue of Frontier magazine with article on Rosenthal controversy by Jules Langsner, "That Police Building Statue" (pp. 20-21.)
Box 28, Folder 9

State of Cal. Conference on Good Design. 1964.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Edmund G. Brown (Governor of California, 1959-1967) and John H. Stanford (Vice Chairman, Governor's Conference on Good Design) re Governor's Conference on Good Design (planned for early December 1964); also includes projected conference outline.
Box 28, Folder 10

People to People Office of the Mayor Correspondence. 1962, 1963.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Karl L. Rundberg (Los Angeles City Councilman, 11th district, 1957-1963) re formation of the Nagoya-Los Angeles Sister Committee; Mayor Sam Yorty (Mayor, Los Angeles, 1961-1973) to Honorable Kiyoshi Sugito (Mayor of Nagoya) re four students from Sakuradai High School visiting Los Angeles, and May Sugito's visit during Los Angeles Nisei Week Festival (1962 August 9-20); Frank P. O'Sullivan (Assistant to Mayor Yorty) re Los Angeles-Salvador Sister Cities Committee and Los Angeles-Nagoya Sister City Committee general election meeting; also includes: "News Memorandum" from Mayor Yorty on proposed trade-stimulating programs for 1962-63 budget; People-to-People Program "Sister city Committee Procedure."
Box 28, Folder 11

Pacific Arts Association Arizona. 1955, 1959.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Ray Fink (Associate Professor of Art, Pacific Arts Association) re reproducing Wayne's drawing in PAA bulletin; Dorothy J. Begarmo (Director, Phoenix Fine Arts Association) re Wayne's possible participation in Solar Energy exhibition (1955 October 17-November 16) in coordination with the World Symposium on Applied Solar Energy, Phoenix, AZ; also includes symposium brochure.
Box 28, Folder 12

Eric Locke Gallery. 1962.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Eric J.H. Locke (owner) and George Sweeney re including Wayne's prints and prints from members of Tamarind Lithography Workshop in exhibition of California Printmakers.
Box 28, Folder 13

Art Other than Painting, Prints. 1963.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents includes: Rhea Laskin Wachsman to Wayne re help in acquiring support for establishing a social and jazz dance film library; also includes copy of Wachsman's letter to W. McNeil Lowry (Director, Center of the Humanities & Art, Ford Foundation) with her foreword, and a brochure for her "Dance through the Ages" lecture-dance.
Box 28, Folder 14

California State Fair. 1953, 1955-1957.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: E.P. Green (Secretary-Manager, California State Fair) re Wayne's being selected to contribute a print for the 1953 "Art and Good Design Exhibition"; Wayne's print, "Study for a Messenger" being awarded honorable mention in the State Fair's 1955 Art Competition; Wayne's participation in meeting of the Artists Advisory Board (1957 February 5, Los Angeles County Museum.)
Box 28, Folder 15

Salzer Galleries Calif. 1958, 1959.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Maria and Oscar Salzer (Salzer Galleries, Los Angeles, CA) re sales results of Wayne's work; Wayne starting work on portfolio for poems of John Donne; Wayne's contract with Zeitlin and Ver Brugge to handle world distribution on her book; also includes sales receipts and invoices for Wayne's work sold by Salzer Galleries.
Box 28, Folder 16

International Student Center Calif. 1963.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Arthur Millier (Co-Chairman Pro Tem, Art and Music Friends, International Student Center) re Wayne agreeing to serve as member of founding committee for the Arts and Music Friends of International Student Center; also includes brochure on the Center and list of committee members.
Box 28, Folder 17

California Miscellaneous Museums, Art Institutes Etc. 1961-1965.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Jarvis Barlow (Director, Los Angeles County Art Institute [interim name for Otis Art Institute]) re Wayne's participation in exhibition "Contemporary Religious Art" by Southern California Artists (1960 December 15 - 1961 January 15); Millard Sheets (Director, Otis Art Institute) re Wayne's participation in annual print exhibition (1962 and 1963); Mrs. Franklin V. Walker (Program Chairman, Art Department, Pomona College, Claremont, CA) re Wayne speaking to members of the Rembrandt Club (1963 January 17); Dr. Donald W. Schafer (Pasadena, CA) re Wayne's book, "Songs and Sonets of John Donne"; Sylvia Meller (Zeitlin & Ver Brugge Booksellers, Los Angeles, CA) re exhibition catalogue "Printing and the Mind of Man" (1963 July 16- 27, British Museum, London), Wayne attending the Book Fair, and Wayne's message to Jake Zeitlin about John Donne; Miki Benoff (Beverly Hills, CA) re sending material to Pete Pollack; Shibley Bayes (Los Angeles, CA) re her hand-made cards and Wayne's suggestion for her to contact the Joseph Press; William Firschein (artist) re Wayne's help, representation at Ankrum and Salzer galleries; Robert Logan and Robert Cugno (Yorkshire Antiques, Santa Ana, CA) exhibiting Wayne's work at their newly opened Contemporary Arts and Crafts Gallery; Felix Landau (Los Angeles, CA) re article in Art Forum; H.C. Schwarm (Associate Professor of Art, San Fernando Valley State College, Northridge, CA) re request of Wayne to speak at college lecture series; Glen Burch (Director, University Extension, University of California, Davis) re Wayne's lecture at workshop, "Original Prints and their Place in the Art of Today" (1965 November 18); William Goodman (Gallery Assistant, San Francisco Art Institute) re price and availability of Wayne's prints, "Dorothy the Last Day", "Dead Center II" and "Tenth Memory" included in exhibition, "California Printmakers."
Box 28, Folder 18

Koslow-Gleaves Gallery. 1965.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Beverly Kozlow-Gleaves (Kozlow Gallery, Encino, CA) re Wayne's possible participation in venture corporation, American Graphic Arts, whose function would be as a national retail outlet for American graphic artists; Wayne declined.
Box 28, Folder 19

Mt. San Antonio College. 1969.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents includes: Richard L. Raynard and Carl Kniting (Co-chairmen, Bijutsu, San Antonio College, Walnut, CA) re Wayne participating in convocation lecture and loaning her work for exhibition during Bijutsu Shukujitsu, the college's Fine Arts Feast.
Box 28, Folder 20

Art Rental Gallery of the Junior Art Council of the L.A. County Museum. Calif. 1953-1956.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Mary Griffith (Chairman, Art Rental Gallery) and Virginia S. Weaver (President, Junior Art Council) re details of Art Rental Gallery functions (established October 1953); other correspondents include Grace E. Boles, Jeanette Garnier, Priscilla Maughan, Phoebe L. Leiby, Aileen B. Lumley (treasurer), Dorothy Sherwood, and Lillian Weiner re Wayne consigning various works to the gallery.
Box 28, Folder 21

Correspondence with European Galleries and Museums. 1971, 1974.

Scope and Content Note

Re Wayne seeking representation/exhibitions of her work in Europe; correspondents include: Bibliothèque nationale, Brussels; Galerie d'art modern (Jeanne Wiebenga), Lausanne; Victoria and Albert Museum, London; other correspondents include: Alfredo Paglione (Milan); Franz Larese (Galerie im Erker, St. Gallen, Switzerland); Rudolf Raubach (Kunsthandlung, St. Gallen, Switzerland); Galerie Renée Ziegler (Zurich, Switzerland); Edwin Engelberts Galerie d'Art (Geneva, Switzerland); Dr. Fritz Nathan (Zurich); Dr. H. Von Matt (Zurich); Kupferstich Boutique (Zurich); Galerie Gérald Cramer (Geneva); Anlikerkeller Bern (Bern, Switzerland); I. Auerbach (Neue Galerie, Zurich); Socrate (J. Spoorenberg, Bienne, Switzerland); M. Flury (Kunsthandlung, Bienne); Galerie Daniel Keel (Zurich); Gallerie d'Arte Moderna (Milan); Dr. Andreson (Lausanne, Switzerland); Galerie Wolfgang Ketterer (Munich, Germany.)
Box 28, Folder 22

John Donne Book Correspondence. 1963.

Scope and Content Note

Includes announcement from for exhibition of Contemporary Prints by Southern California artists at the Fine Arts Gallery of Fullerton Junior College (1963 November 18-December 13); list of institutions interested in Wayne's livre de luxe book; photocopy of Los Angeles Times article (1963 November 20) about Tamarind Lithography Workshop hosting workshop for Contemporary Art Council members.
Box 28, Folder 23

Paris & France Mailing List. 1974.

Scope and Content Note

Name and address list used for 1974 Paris show invitations.
Box 28, Folder 24

Colorado Springs Fine Art Center. 1950, 1951, 1953, 1954, 1957.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Fred Bartlett (curator, Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs, CO) re Wayne's suggestions for artists to be included in annual exhibition, "West of the Mississippi", as well as including Wayne's work.
Box 28, Folder 25

Pensacola Art Center Florida. 1956, 1957.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Richard Hirsch (Director) re possible exhibition of Wayne's work.
Box 28, Folder 27

Devorah Sherman Gallery Illinois. 1960.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Devorah Sherman (Chicago, IL) re representing Wayne's work in Chicago; Wayne's prints, "Adam and Eve" sent on consignment.
Box 28, Folder 28

ILLINOIS - Miscellaneous Art Museums, Institutions, etc. 1962.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Bernard F. Rogers (Chicago, IL) re acquiring Wayne's print, "All Day, the Same."
Box 28, Folder 29

Percival Galleries. 1969.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Shirley Percival, Jr. re visiting Wayne at Tamarind; also includes exhibition announcements for Percival Galleries (Des Moins, Iowa) and Percival's business card.
Box 28, Folder 30

Maryland Miscellaneous Museums. 1960, 1962, 1963.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Grace Oehser re inclusion of Wayne's "Twelfth Memory" in traveling show of prints selected from Twenty-Fourth Exhibition of the Society of Washington Printmakers (Smithsonian, Washington D.C.); Barbara Fendrick (Fendrick Gallery, Chevy Chase, MD) re show's status and return of Wayne's print; Ferdinand Roten (Roten Art Frame Studio, Baltimore, MD) re returning Wayne's prints "Adam and Eve."
Box 28, Folder 31

Light, Robert M. Mass. 1959-1962.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Robert M. Light (R.M. Light & Co., Fine Prints, Boston, MA) re representing Wayne in New York, including her work in an exhibition with [Leonard] Baskin and [Gabor F.] Peterdi, and purchasing a lithograph of Wayne's for museum in Oberlin; list of Wayne's prints [40] on consignment with Light, including total retail value; establishment of Tamarind Lithography Workshop through Ford Foundation grant; list of prints sold (as of 1960 March 8); Light's visit to Wayne's studio; return of Wayne's unsold prints and copies of "Songs and Sonets of John Donne" book.
Box 28, Folder 32

American Federation of Arts N.Y. 1956, 1957, 1960-1963.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Jean Lipman (Editor, Art in America) re Wayne submitting materials for inclusion in "New Talent in the U.S.A." issue, and American Federation of Arts (AFA) traveling exhibition of artists featured in the issue; Sanna Saks (Special Projects, American Federation of Arts) re loan of Wayne's "Final Jury" lithograph for "New Talent in the U.S.A., 1957" exhibition; Virginia Field (Secretary for Exhibitions) re Wayne's inclusion in the American Federation of Arts (AFA) traveling "Eleventh National Print Exhibition"; Elaine Taylor (Exhibitions, AFA) re Wayne's inclusion in traveling exhibition, "Twelfth National Print Exhibition"; Harris K. Prior (Director, AFA) re returning Wayne's print, Hommage a Autun" from Eleventh National Print Exhibition; Norma Guinchi (Assistant Registrar, AFA) re returning Wayne's work lent to Twelfth National Print Exhibition; Peter Pollack (Director, AFA) re payment for Wayne's prints purchased by Gray Foundation, suggestion for exhibition in France of Tamarind artists; the prints of Ivan Albright.
Box 29, Folder 1

Price, Geraldine. 1963, 1964.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Geraldine Price (Director, Aspen School of Art and Aspen Art Gallery, Contemporary Art Associates, Inc., Aspen, CO) re Wayne's comments on first draft for school's presentation materials and brochure; Ernest L. Tross (art historian, Denver, CO) re materials for illustrations of ["Songs and Sonets of John Donne"] book for his lectures.
Box 29, Folder 2

Assoc. American Artist N.Y. 1960, 1961, 1963.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Sylvan Cole Jr. (President, Associated American Artists (AAA)) re Wayne's sending several prints, among them "Adam and Eve," "Memory of a Tanagra," "The Man" and "The Woman"; includes price list for prints and invoices; replacement request from United States Information Agency via AAA for Wayne's print "Hommage a Autun," owned by Library of Congress and lost in shipping accident.
Box 29, Folder 3

Brooklyn Museum N.Y. 1952, 1954, 1958, 1961.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Una E. Johnson (Curator, Department of Prints and Drawings, Brooklyn Museum, NY) re Wayne's participation in exhibition, "New Expressions in Fine Printmaking: How Modern Prints are Made"; Wayne's entries for 1954 print annual; return of Wayne's rejected print from submission to American Federation of Arts (AFA.)
Box 29, Folder 4

Contemporaries New York. 1957, 1958.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Wayne to Contemporaries gallery (New York) re status and return of Wayne's prints since death of previous gallery owner, Margaret Lowengrund, and sale of gallery; Karl Lunde (manager) re new owner's primary interest in paintings and return of Wayne's work; Mrs. Kevin Sweeney (Lowengrund's daughter) re Wayne's sympathies in loss of her mother.
Box 29, Folder 5

Rogue Valley Art Assoc. Oregon. 1962.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Ben J. Trowbridge, Jr. (Member of the Board and Exhibition Chairman, Rogue Valley Art Association Inc., Medford, OR) re inclusion of Wayne's work in "Human Condition" exhibition of selected American artists; E. Theodore Lindberg (Director) re extending loan of Wayne's work due to rescheduling of exhibition.
Box 29, Folder 6

Texas: Miscellaneous Museums. 1953, 1956, 1957, 1960, 1978.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Carroll E. Hogan (Curator of Prints, Dallas Museum of Fine Arts, Dallas, TX) re inclusion of Wayne's print, "The Witness" in the First Annual Dallas National Print Exhibition; Henry B. Caldwell (Director, Fort Worth Art Center) re insurance coverage for damage to Wayne's painting, "The Dark One," "The Elements" and "The Messenger"; Helen Susi (Black Tulip Galleries, Inc., Dallas, TX) re Wayne's work.
Box 29, Folder 7

Main Place Gallery Dallas, Texas. 1969, 1970.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Violet Hayden Dowell (Main Place Gallery, Dallas, TX) re request for copy of "Tamarind Facts" for the gallery; Wayne's visit to Dallas; Wayne's request for information on tapestry weaver in Guadalajara, Mexico.
Box 29, Folder 8

Pennsylvania: Miscellaneous Museums. 1959, 1964.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Lessing J. Rosenwald (Alverthrope Gallery, Jenkintown, PA) re showing Wayne's "Songs and Sonets of John Donne" book, and his purchase of Wayne's "Adam and Eve" for the National Gallery in Washington; Dorothy Hale Litchfield (Head, Print and Picture Department, Free Library of Philadelphia, PA) re inclusion of Wayne's lithograph, "Goe and catch a falling starre" in exhibition, "The Fabulous Decade" and acquisition of Wayne's print, "Dorothy the last day."
Box 29, Folder 9

Philadelphia Art Alliance Pennsylvania. 1959, 1960, 1965.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Stella Drabkin (Chairman, Print Committee, Philadelphia Art Alliance, PA) re exhibition of Wayne's work (1959 November 4-29); Andrew J. Seraphin (publicity director) re publicity for the exhibition; also includes diagram of gallery space, price list of works loaned for the exhibition, and shipping invoice; Dorothy Kohl (Executive Director) re November House Opening and Reception (1959 November 13); Mildred Dillon (American Color Print Society, Philadelphia, PA) re damage to one of Wayne's prints.
Box 29, Folder 10

Alverthorpe Gallery (Mongan & Rosenwald). 1955, 1959.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include Elizabeth Mongan (Curator, Alverthorpe Gallery, Jenkintown, PA) re appointment to see Lessing J. Rosenwald collection; acquisition of two of Wayne's prints, "Second Jury" and "Study for a Messenger"; Wayne working on Fable series of prints; also includes fund raising form from Print Club (Lessing J. Rosenwald, Chairman, Committee on Permanent Collection), supporting the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
Box 29, Folder 11

Philadelphia Museum Pennsylvania. 1959-1961.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Carl Zigrosser (Curator of Prints and Drawings) re Wayne's "Songs and Sonets of John Donne" book; Zigrosser contacting Stella Drabkin (Art Alliance, Philadelphia) re hosting exhibition of Wayne's work; replacing Wayne portfolio with newly printed version; approval of Ford Foundation grant for Tamarind Workshop; Wayne's visit to Philadelphia; production methods for Wayne's "Anniversairie" print.
Box 29, Folder 12

Philadelphia Print Club Pennsylvania. 1955-1963, 1969.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Carl Zigrosser (Curator of Prints and Drawings) re meeting with Wayne during her visit to Philadelphia; Bertha von Moschzisker (Director, The Print Club, Philadelphia) re acquiring Wayne's triptych "Bride, Advocate, Suitor," the study for "Messenger V" and "The Tunnel" for the Philadelphia Museum of Art; Wayne's print, "Study for a Messenger" being awarded the Mary C. Collins Prize and being given to the Philadelphia Museum of Art (later exchanged for Wayne's "Tower of Babel", since the "Messenger" print was already in the museum's collection); acquisition of Wayne's print, "Last Chance" for California Legion of Honor, San Francisco and inclusion in Curator's Choice exhibition (1956); Wayne's participation in three-artist exhibition in Print Club's gallery with Romas Viesulas and Jeremy Bentilli (1960); Mildred Dillon (American Color Print Society (ACPS)) re Wayne's print, "Goe and catch a Falling Starre" selected for ACPS 19th Travel Exhibit; Margaretta Wright (President, The Print Club) and Moschzisker re inclusion of Wayne's print, "Last Chance" in exhibition for employee pension fund; also includes Print Club invoices for acquisitions of Wayne's prints by Philadelphia Museum of Art; Robert Erskine (St. George's Gallery Prints, London, England) re Wayne's participation in exhibition, "Prints of the World" (1962 June, South London Art Gallery, Camberwell.)
Box 29, Folder 13

Prentiss Taylor Soc. Of Washington Printmakers. 1957-1961, 1963.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Leslie Judd Portner (art critic, Washington Post and Times Herald) re review (1957 January 20) of Society of Washington Printmakers exhibition; [Eleanor] Van Swearingen re Portner review; Prentiss Taylor (printmaker and President, SWP) re sale of Wayne's print, "Tower of Babel A"; Dr. Benjamin Jurin's purchase of Wayne's print, "Goe and Catch a Falling Starre"; Wayne's prints "Goe and Catch a Falling Starre" and "Hommage a Autun" being selected as Purchase Award to Smithsonian Institute; Ford Foundation grant for Tamarind Workshop; Wayne's move to her new studio; Inez M. Demonet (Treasurer, SWP) re sale of Wayne's print "A Winter-seeming Summer's Night" to the Library of Congress; also includes a 3 x 3 inch black and white photograph of Wayne's "Hommage a Autun" in situ at SWP 23rd Exhibition, an SWP membership roster (1963 January), and spring issue of "Eye on the Arts in Washington" [1958] with illustration of Wayne's "Goe and Catch a Falling Starre."
Box 29, Folder 14

Original Graphics N.Y. 1958-1960, 1962.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Adele Lewis (Original Graphics, New York) re selection of Wayne's print, "The Wall" for Print Fair; Original Graphics newsletter (1960 May 8); First Prize awarded to Wayne's print, "Tenth Memory"; notice of discontinuation of Original Graphics organization (1962 October 11); also includes poster comprised of publicity articles from three arts events arranged in Florida (1959, September-October), being a gallery talk by Adele Lewis (Director, Original Graphics Art Gallery, New York, NY), a three-man exhibition at the Sun Art Theater, and group show at Contemporary Arts Gallery.
Box 29, Folder 15

Basil Vlavianos Arts Inc. N.Y. 1961.

Scope and Content Note

Basil J. Vlavianos (Arts Inc. Publishers, New York) re return of Wayne's book, "Songs and Sonets of John Donne."
Box 29, Folder 16

Bradley University. 1985-1987.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Elaine Brinkman (graduate student), Charles E. Meyer (Director, Division of Art) and Pamela J. Held (art history student) re information on Wayne's print, "Tower of Babel" from Fable Series C for inclusion in exhibition of early prints from the Bradley National Print Collection; Robert A. Jones (Director, Cullom-Davis Library, Bradley University) re Wayne's donation of book, "The Art of June Wayne" (by Mary W. Baskett) to art department library.
Box 29, Folder 17

Library: gift sent No acknowledgement. 1978-1980.

Scope and Content Note

Re gift copies of the book, "The Art of June Wayne" (by Mary W. Baskett) to various institutions: Arkansas Arts Center Library (Little Rock, AR); Bartlesville Public Library (Bartlesville, OK); Birmingham Museum of Art (Birmingham, AL); Brigham Young University (Provo, UT); Fresno Art Center (Fresno, CA); Gibbes Art Gallery (Charleston, SC); Idaho State University Library (Pocatello, ID); Louisville School of Art (Louisville, KY); Maryland Institute, College of Art (Baltimore, MD); Minneapolis Institute of Arts (Minneapolis, MN); Le Brun Library, Montclair Art Museum (Montclair, NJ); Northwestern University Library (Evanston, IL); Gardiner Art Gallery, Oklahoma State University (Stillwater, OK); Pensacola Art Association/Pensacola Museum of Art (Pensacola, FL); Portland Art Museum library (Portland, OR); Marquand Library, Princeton University (Princeton, NJ); Quincy College Library (Quincy, IL); Seattle Public Library (Seattle, OR); Skidmore College (Saratoga Springs, NY); College at Purchase, State University of New York (Purchase, NY); Tampa Museum of Art (Tampa, FL); Tyler School of Art, Temple University (Philadelphia, PA); Toledo Museum of Art (Toledo, OH); Topeka Public Library (Topeka, KS); Triton Museum of Art (Santa Clara, CA); Art and Architecture Library, University of Colorado Libraries (Boulder, CO); University of Georgia Libraries (Athens, GA); University Library, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (Urbana, IL); McKeldin Library, University of Maryland (College Park, MD); Lowe Art Museum, University of Miami (Coral Gables, FL); Tweed Museum of Art Library, University of Minnesota Duluth (Duluth, MN); University Art Galleries, University of North Dakota (Grand Forks, ND); Architecture & Allied Arts Library, University of Oregon (Eugene, OR); Department of Art, University of South Dakota (Vermillion, SD); Utah Museum of Fine Arts, University of Utah (Salt Lake City, UT); Library, University of South Florida (Tampa, FL); University of Wyoming Art Museum (Laramie, WY); Department of Art, Vassar College (Poughkeepsie, NY); James Branch Cabell Library, Virginia Commonwealth University (Richmond, VA.)
Box 29, Folder 18

Library: gift sent No acknowledgement. 1978-1980.

Scope and Content Note

Re gift copies of the book, "The Art of June Wayne" (by Mary W. Baskett) to various institutions: Amon Carter Museum (Fort Worth, TX); Art Institute of Boston (Boston, MA); The Athenaeum, Music & Arts Library (La Jolla, CA); Berkeley Public Library (Berkeley, CA); Boston Public Library (Boston, MA); Mugar Memorial Library, Boston University (Boston, MA); University Libraries, Bowling Green State University (Bowling Green, OH); Brand Library (Glendale, CA); California Institute of the Arts (Valencia, CA); Cleveland Institute of Art Library (Cleveland, OH); Crocker Art Museum (Sacramento, CA); Denver Public Library (Denver, CO); Detroit Institute of Arts (Detroit, MI); Detroit Public Library (Detroit, MI); Fairfield Public Library (Fairfield, CT); Elvehjem Art Center, University of Wisconsin (Madison, WI); Fort Wayne Museum of Art (Fort Wayne, IN); Fresno Art Center (Fresno, CA); Glendale Community College (Glendale, CA); University Libraries, Indiana University (Bloomington, IN); Art Library, Iowa State University (Iowa City, IA); Kansas City Art Institute (Kansas City, MO); Fine Arts Library, Lake Placid School of Art (Lake Placid, NY); Los Angeles Public Library (Los Angeles, CA); Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute (New York, NY); Museum of Fine Arts (Springfield, MA); Museum of Fine Arts (St. Petersburg, FL); Fine Arts Library, Ohio State University (Columbus, OH); Anne Bremer Memorial Library, San Francisco Art Institute (San Francisco, CA); San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (San Francisco, CA); San Jose State University (San Jose, CA); Santa Barbara Public Library (Santa Barbara, CA); E.S. Bird Library, Syracuse University (Syracuse, NY)'; Tucson Museum of Art (Tucson, AZ); General Library, University of California, Berkeley (Berkeley, CA); University Library, University of California, Riverside (Riverside, CA); Resource Center, University of Illinois at Chicago Circle (Chicago, IL); Art Library, University of Kentucky Libraries (Lexington, KY); Department of Art, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (Chapel Hill, NC); Fine Arts Library, University of Texas at Austin (Austin, TX); Wadsworth Atheneum (Hartford, CT); William A. Farnsworth Library and Art Museum (Rockland, ME.)
Box 29, Folder 19

Libraries (Letters for Update) 1994. 1994.

Scope and Content Note

Includes list of U.S. museums and libraries to whom a letter of inquiry was sent re updating their references on Wayne; responses from James Branch Cabell Library, Virginia Commonwealth University (Richmond, VA); Brooklyn Museum Libraries (Brooklyn, NY); Dayton Art Institute Library (Dayton, OH); Northwestern University Library (Evanston, IL.)
Box 29, Folder 20

Library: Gift unaccepted or unanswered. 1979, 1980.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence with museums and libraries to whom a letter of inquiry was sent re updating their references on Wayne, with responses from: Adelphi University (Long Island, NY); Wakako Yasunari (of Art Center, Pasadena, CA); California State University, Hayward (Hayward, CA); California State University, Long Beach (Long Beach, CA); Cedar Rapids Art Center (Cedar Rapids, IA); Columbia University (New York, NY); de Young Memorial Museum (San Francisco, CA); Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden (Smithsonian Institution, Washington D.C.); Honolulu Academy of Arts (Honolulu, HI); Milton S. Eisenhower Library, John Hopkins University (Baltimore, MD); Kimbell Art Museum (Fort Worth, TX); Miami-Dade Public Library System (Miami, FL); New York Public Library (New York, NY); Norton Simon Museum of Art at Pasadena (Pasadena, CA); Padua Academy (Wilmonton, DE); Quincy Art Club (Quincy, IL); Stanford University (Stanford, CA); Wesleyan University (Middletown, CT); Winterthur Museum (Winterthur, DE); Wyoming State Archives Museums & Historical Department (Cheyenne, WY.)
Box 29, Folder 21

Libraries - Reply Received 1994. 1994, 1995.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence with museums and libraries to whom a letter of inquiry was sent re updating their references on Wayne, with responses from: Amon Carter Museum (Fort Worth, TX); Boston Public Library (Boston, MA); The Brooklyn Museum (Brooklyn, NY); Ella Strong Denison Library, Claremont Colleges (Claremont, CA); Dayton Art Institute (Dayton, OH); Farnsworth Art Museum (Rockland, ME); Indiana University (Bloomington, IN); Kohler Art Library (Madison, WI); Los Angeles Public Library (Los Angeles, CA); LeBrun Library, Montclair Art Museum (Montclair, NJ); Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (Boston, MA); Museum of Modern Art (New York, NY); North Carolina Museum of Art (Raleigh, NC); Philbrook Museum of Art (Tulsa, OK); Arthur and Elizabeth Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America, Radcliff College (Cambridge, MA); Smith College (Northampton, MA); Toledo Museum of Art (Toledo, OH); University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (Champaign, IL); Art Library, University of Louisville (Louisville, KY); University of Nebraska (Lincoln, NE.)
Box 30, Folder 1

Libraries - 1994 Thank You Replies. 1994.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence with museums and libraries to whom a letter of inquiry was sent re updating their references on Wayne, with responses from: Indiana University (Bloomington, IN); Philbrook Museum of Art (Tulsa, OK); Smith College (Northampton, MA); University of Colorado at Boulder (Boulder, CO.)
Box 30, Folder 2

Library: Gift Acknowledgements. 1978-1981.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence with museums and libraries to whom a letter of inquiry was sent re updating their references on Wayne, with responses from: Anchorage Historical and Fine Arts Museum (Anchorage, AL); Art Institute of Chicago (Chicago, IL); Boston Athenaeum (Boston, MA); California State University, Los Angeles (Los Angeles, CA); Charles H. MacNider Museum (Mason City, IA); Ella Strong Denison Library, Claremont Colleges (Claremont, CA); Fine Arts Gallery of San Diego (San Diego, CA); Fine Arts Museum of the South at Mobile (Mobile, AL); Herron School of Art IUPUI (Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, Indianapolis, IN); J.B. Speed Art Museum (Louisville, KY); La Jolla Museum of Contemporary Art (La Jolla, CA); Lauren Rogers Library and Museum of Art (Laurel, MS); Los Angeles County Museum of Art (Los Angeles, CA); Meridian Museum of Art (Meridian, MS); Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (Boston, MA); Pasadena Public Library (Pasadena, CA); Philbrook Art Center Library (Tulsa, OK); Portland School of Art (Portland, ME); Arthur and Elizabeth Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America, Radcliff College (Cambridge, MA); Hillyer Art Library, Smith College Library (Northampton, MA): Sioux City Art Center (Sioux City, NE); Southern Illinois University at Carbondale (Carbondale, IL); Richardson Memorial Library, St. Louis Art Museum (St. Louis, MO); Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute; Tulane University Library (New Orleans, LA); University of California, Davis (Davis, CA); University of California, Irvine (Irvine, CA); University of Louisville (Louisville, KY); University of Nebraska (Lincoln, NE); Worchester Art Museum (Worcester, MA); Art and Architecture Library, Yale University (New Haven, CT.)
Box 30, Folder 3

Library: Gift Acknowledgements. 1978-1981.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence with museums and libraries to whom a letter of inquiry was sent re updating their references on Wayne, with responses from: Albright-Knox Art Gallery (Buffalo, NY); Art Gallery of Ontario (Toronto, Canada); Beverly Hill Public Library (Beverly Hills, CA); Brooklyn Museum (Brooklyn, NY); Brooklyn Public Library (Brooklyn, NY); Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh (Pittsburgh, PA); Cincinnati Art Museum (Cincinnati, OH); Cleveland Museum of Art (Cleveland, OH); Concordia College (Seward, NE); Cooper-Hewitt Museum (New York, NY); Cornell University Libraries (Ithaca, NY); Dallas Museum of Fine Arts (Dallas, TX); Dartmouth College Library (Hanover, NH); Dayton Art Institute (Dayton, OH); Duke University (Durham, NC); Museum of Modern Art (New York, NY); Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, NY); Milwaukee Art center (Milwaukee, WI); Minneapolis College of Art and Design (Minneapolis, MN); Montana State University (Bozeman, MT); Museum of Fine Arts (Houston, TX); Library of North Carolina Museum of Art (Raleigh, NC); Oberline College Library (Oberlin, OH); Philadelphia College of Art (Philadelphia, PA); Pratt Institute Library (Brooklyn, NY); Rhode Island School of Design (RISD, Providence, RI); Smithsonian Institution Libraries (Washington, D.C.); Tacoma Art Museum (Tacoma, WA); Tacoma Public Library (Tacoma, WA); University of New Mexico (Albuquerque, NM); University of Pennsylvania (Philadelphia, PA); University of Washington (Seattle, WA); University of Wisconsin (Milwaukee, WI); University of Wyoming Art Museum (Laramie, WY); (Whitney Museum of American Art (New York, NY.)
Box 30, Folder 4

Libraries. 1978-1980.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Linda Larouch requesting information on Wayne's work; Stephanie Chiacos (assistant to Wayne) to Muckenthaler Cultural Center (Fullerton, CA) requesting additional copies of Wayne exhibition catalogue, "June Wayne: An Exhibition of Lithographs and Tapestries, August 31 through October 6, 1974"; also includes list of U.S. libraries to whom a letter of inquiry was sent re acquiring reference materials on Wayne for their institutions and copies of letters sent; list of libraries with June Wayne materials as of 4/27/81; two brochures from The Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution (Washington D.C.)
Box 30, Folder 5

Correspondence from Europe 1971. 1971.

Scope and Content Note

Photocopies of correspondence with: Norma Neiman (Wayne's assistant) re medical bills; instructions for shipping five of Wayne's prints to Max Flury in Switzerland; Wayne's visit to Aubusson, France; hotel and flight information for Wayne's travels in France, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Denmark, Italy, and England; payment to Pierre Daquin for weaving Wayne's "St. lash a Thousand"; Betty [Fiske?] and Linda re reports, letters and errata sheet for exhibition catalogue; difficulties with Wayne's daughter, Robin.
Box 30, Folder 6

Commission on the Status of Women. 1978-1980.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Betty Stephens (Chairperson, California Commission on the Status of Women) re Hearing Transcript, "Women in the Visual Arts" (1978 February 24, Auditorium, State Building, Los Angeles, CA, 149 pp.), letter from Stephens to California Senator Alan Sieroty re bill, SB 669, Personal Income Taxes, Charitable Contributions, Artistic Property; also includes issue of "California Women" (1980 August.)
Box 30, Folder 7

Commission on the Status of Women. 1977-1979.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Betty Stephens (Chairperson, California Commission on the Status of Women) re agenda and press release for hearing, "Women in the Visual Arts" (1978 February 24, Auditorium, State Building, Los Angeles, CA); Vicki L. Caron (Resource Specialist) re Wayne's testimony at hearing; includes copy of testimony of Ellouise Schoettler (Director of Exhibitions, Washington Women's Art Center and Director of the Washington Office of the Coalition of Women's Art Organizations) before the House Subcommittee on Select Education (1978 January 23); Wayne's speech at Coalition of Women's Art Organizations conference, "The Artist and the Government" at Rayburn Dining Room, Washington (1979 February); also includes transcripts of testimonies by Wayne and Women's Caucus in Art; speech by Ruth Weisberg, "Training: Undergraduate, Graduate, and Art Schools"; issues of "California Women" (1978 July; 1978 October & November; 1979 January & February); photocopies of articles: Barbara Isenberg on the hearing (Los Angeles Times, 1978 February 28); Patricia Failing, "Splashes in the Mainstream: The Portland Center for the Visual Arts"; table, "Male/Female Ratio in Selected N.Y.C Gallery Stables" (Art Workers News, 1977 November, p. 11); Norma Broude, "Women's Caucus for Art: Affirmative Action Questionnaire"; CAC Newsletter (1977 December); Linda Blumberg, "An Alternative Space: The Institute for Art."
Box 30, Folder 8

Commission on the Status of Women. 1978, 1979.

Scope and Content Note

Recommendations on talking points for speakers and transcript of hearing, "Women in the Visual Arts" (1978 February 24, Auditorium, State Building, Los Angeles, CA); correspondence from Betty Stephens re bills SB 812 and SB 669, which enable local governments to rezone commercial and industrial areas for use as both living and working space for artists; invitation to next meeting of California Commission on the Status of Women; also includes report of "Eleanore Dickinson, Associate Professor of Art, California College of Arts and Crafts, Oakland, CA. Topic: One-Person Shows and Display Policies."
Box 30, Folder 9

Philadelphia Show 1985. 1985.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Ofelia Garcia (Director, The Print Club) re Wayne's print exhibition (1985 December 2 to 1986 January 4); also includes floor plan of gallery space, packing list and price list for the 44 prints involved, and Wayne's instructions for hanging the show; consignment forms; exhibition announcement card.
Box 30, Folder 10

Goodwin, James. 1987,1989, 1990, 1992.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: James Goodwin (Goodwin + Goodwin, Marketing, Communications and Design firm) re copies of letters sent to various galleries regarding possibility of representing Wayne's work; includes transcript of KCRW National Public Radio "Art Talk" broadcasts by Edward Goldman; Goodwin + Goodwin's press release re Bibliothèque nationale de France in Paris acquiring 248 of Wayne's works (1990 April 6.)
Box 31, Folder 1

Goodwin, James. 1987-1990, 1994.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Janice and Murray Feldman (Executive Director, Pacific Design Center, Los Angeles, CA) re gift of music CDs from Wayne; James Goodwin (Director, Marketing Communications, Pacific Design Center) re WestWeek 1987; press release re death of Murray Feldman (1987 July 28); plans for Murray Feldman Gallery at the Pacific Design Center; John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Fellows List (1985); report by W. McNeil Lowry (Director, Program in Humanities and the Arts, Ford Foundation), "The Art and Design Forum, Inc., The Murray Feldman Gallery, Pacific Design Center, Issues in the Development of Same: A Chronology" (1987 December 11); John R. Berry (Director, Corporate Communications, Herman Miller) to Dick Norfolk (President, Pacific Design Center) re support of nonprofit gallery at PDC; Eudorah M. Moore to Wayne re resignation of Jim Goodwin from Pacific Design Center; PDC press releases, advertising sample from Westweek publication, and program overview for Westweek 1988; Chrysler Building thank you card and postcard of Great Ocean Road, Australia, from Sushiela [Goodwin]; press release re James Goodwin's appointment as Senior Vice President, Institution Affairs at Art Center College of Design (1988 September 1, Pasadena, CA); Goodwin's press releases re Wayne's keynote address, "Broken Stones and Whooping Cranes: Thoughts of a Willful Artist" given at National Print Symposium, Australian National Gallery, Canberra (1989 March 25) and Wayne's exhibition opening, Benton Gallery, South Hampton; biography of Wayne; press release re exhibition proposed for Tokyo, Japan, spring 1990; includes hand-made holiday card from Jim and Sushiela Goodwin.
Box 31, Folder 2

Goodwin, James 1983 - 1986. 1983-1986, 1988, 1989.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: James Goodwin (Director, Marketing Communications, Pacific Design Center) and Murray Feldman (Executive Director, Pacific Design Center) re meeting to discuss creation of major design conference in Los Angeles; formation of executive committee, Los Angeles Design Alliance (L.A.D.A), with list of board members and meeting minutes (1984 January 11); 8 x 10 inch black and white photograph of Wayne with Jack Larson, Eudie Moore, Carole Soucek King and editor of Design Interiors at WestWeek (1984 March); L.A.D.A. meeting agenda 1984 May 31; Jean Firstenberg (Director, American Film Institute) re association with PDC; James Goodwin to Dr. Jonas Salk re invitation to opening of WestWeek (1985 March 27); draft of L.A.D.A. Manifesto; Tom Van Sant to Wayne re formal invitation to participate in his program, "Eyes of Earth from Space" at WestWeek 1986; program and press release for WestWeek 1986, letter from Goodwin to Lina Wertmüller (film director) re invitation to PDC program, "Image Making as Conceptual Process in Architecture, Film, and Design" (1986 March 20); WestWeek 1986 welcome letters to Wayne, Albert R. Hibbs (Manager, Space Science & Applications, Jet Propulsion Laboratories, Pasadena, CA), and Richard Reynman (California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA); announcement card for WestWeek 1986; Goodwin's letter of resignation from Pacific Design Center (1988 May 12); flyer for Wayne's keynote address, "Broken Stones and Whooping Cranes: Thoughts of a Willful Artist" given at National Print Symposium, Australian National Gallery, Canberra (1989 March 25) and press release re Wayne's exhibition opening, Benton Gallery, South Hampton; Goodwin's first impressions of working at Art Center College of Design to David Brown (1988 September 30, Pasadena, CA); memo from Goodwin to Brown re trip to Europe and New York (1988 October 29 - November 12); holiday cards and brochure for Pacific Design Center Professional Design Services.
Box 31, Folder 3

Gottlieb Foundation. 1993.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Jenny Gillis (Grants Manager, Adolph and Esther Gottlieb Foundation, Inc., New York, NY) re Wayne possibly applying for Individual Support Grant (1993 September 10); Wayne declines, and urges the foundation to reconsider grant application from Norman Zammitt.
Box 31, Folder 4

Gross, Suzanne (Gallery). 1981, 1982.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Suzanne Gross (Suzanne Gross Gallery, Philadelphia, PA) re exhibiting Wayne's "Dorothy Series" or other works; includes layout of the gallery space; also includes Gross Gallery exhibition announcements for Gunter Grass etchings, Andy Warhol silkscreens, Christo collages, and paintings of Diane Keller, Jacqueline Wilnetz, Barbara Minch, and Rita Barnett.
Box 31, Folder 5

Grynpas-Nguyen, Alberte. 1985.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Alberte Grynpas Nguyen re box of photographs and other materials about Wayne's work; includes 8 x 10 inch black and white photograph of Wayne, Christiane Botrel (Assistant, Cultural Services, U.S. Embassy, Paris), and Nguyen [?] in Galerie des Femmes, Paris (1985 May 3.)
Box 31, Folder 7

Radici, Anne Imelda. 1983, 1992.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Anne Imelda Marino Radice re visit to Wayne's studio; Wayne's trips to New York to speak at memorial for W. McNeil Lowry (Director, Program in Humanities and the Arts, Ford Foundation) (1993 September 27), and Washington D.C. to attend International Women's Forum meeting; acquisition of Wayne's collage by the Forum for the National Museum for Women in the Arts.
Box 31, Folder 8

Dedieu, Marie. 1980-1986, 1993.

Scope and Content Note

Re exhibition of Wayne's lithographs from "My Palomar" at Galerie des Femmes, Paris (1985 April 15 - June 15); includes shipping invoices and lists of works sent; fax from Christian Janicot and Anne Jaffrennou (Mikros Image, Paris) re Wayne's advice on "Cinépoèmes" project and book publication; catalogues Des Femmes "Catalogue 82-83", "une année à la galerie des femmes", and "Paris exiles" (vol. 1, no. 1, winter 84.)
Box 31, Folder 9

Dedieu, Marie. 1980-1986.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Marie Dedieu and Michele re exhibition of Wayne's lithographs from "My Palomar" at Galerie des Femmes, Paris (1985 April 15 - June 15); includes drawing of gallery layout; Marcelle Gautrot re copy of Nouvelles de l'estampe; includes Paris mailing list (1985 April); also includes issue of "des femmes en mouvements hebdo" (no. 61, 1981 October 16.)
Box 31, Folder 10

Bellagio. 1993, 1994.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Susan E. Garfield (Manager, Bellagio Center Office) re Wayne's application to Rockefeller Foundation's residency program at Bellagio Study and Conference Center to work on compilation of Wayne's lecture and essays, "Broken Stones and Whooping Cranes: Thoughts of a Willful Artist"; includes letter of recommendation from David S. Rodes (Director, Grunwald Center for the Graphic Arts, University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA.))
Box 31, Folder 11

Cody, Frances. 1970.

Scope and Content Note

Re Cody's research for book on American Printmaking since 1940 and request for information and photograph of Wayne's work.
Box 31, Folder 12

Massachusetts Miscellaneous Art Institutes. 1955, 1956, 1959, 1960.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Arthur W. Heintzelman (Boston Public Library) re Wayne's participation in exhibition, "French-American Exchange Exhibition of Drawings by Living Artists" and damage to her drawing; Philip Hofer (Houghton Library, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA) re replacement for Wayne's portfolio for "Songs and Sonets of John Donne"; Helen Willard and Peter A. Wick (Museum of Fine Arts, Boston) re Wayne's exhibition in Paris, consideration of MFA acquiring some of Wayne's prints or drawings, and the museum's policy re one-man shows; Marjorie F. Hill and Charles C. Lederer re consigning Wayne's work for possible opening of art gallery in Springfield, MO.
Box 31, Folder 13

Material from Previous Shows-Exhibitions 1964-67. 1963-1970.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: American Color Print Society (ACPS) re 25th Annual Exhibition (1964 March 6-26); Brooklyn Museum re 14th National Print Biennial (1964 March 2-August 16); California Society of Etchers 50th Anniversary Exhibition at California Palace of the Legion of Honor, San Francisco, CA (1964 April 4-May 10); David Brockmann (Director, Canoga Mission Gallery, Canoga Park, CA) re inclusion of Wayne's work in exhibition of Ernest Freed intaglio prints; FAR Gallery (New York NY) re exhibition sales of Wayne's work (1969 March 24-April 12) and price list of works in exhibition (as of 1968 December 31); William Walmsley (Assistant Professor, Department of Art, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL) re Wayne's participation in Invitational Lithography Exhibition and symposium (1967 February 9-28); Iowa Art Museum (University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA) re list of Wayne's work on loan for exhibition (1969 December-1970 January); Peter Plagens (Assistant Curator, Long Beach Museum of Art, Long Beach, CA) re biographical information on Wayne for exhibition catalogue, "Arts of Southern California"; William M. Hill (Director, Art Galleries, Long Beach State College, Long Beach, CA) re Wayne's participation in National Invitational Print Exhibition (1964 April 1-May 1); Northwest Printmakers re 35th and 37th International Exhibitions; Stella Drabkin (Chairman, Print Committee, Philadelphia Art Alliance, Philadelphia, PA) and James Kirk Merrick (Executive Director) re Wayne's participation in exhibition, "Return Engagement" (1966 February 21-March 20); Smithsonian Institution (Washington D.C.) re inclusion of Wayne's print, "At Last a Thousand III" in Library of Congress 20th National Exhibition of Prints (1966 May 2-September 5) and traveling exhibition itinerary; Society of American Graphic Artists (S.A.G.A.) re inclusion of Wayne's "The Orator" in 45th Annual Exhibition; Society of Washington Printmakers re inclusion of Wayne's print, "Dead Center #2" in 25th National Exhibition at United States National Museum (1964 February 8-27); Lois A. Bingham (Chief, Fine Arts Section, Exhibition Section, United States Information Agency, Washington D.C.) re Wayne's participation in Grenchen Art Society's Third International Exhibition (Park Theater, Grenchen, Switzerland, 1964 June 13-July 18.)
Box 31, Folder 14

Slivka, Rose 1977-1981, 1982, 1983-1992. 1977, 1980-1984, 1988, 1992.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Rose Slivka (author, editor and art critic) re opening of Wayne's exhibition of "The Dorothy Series" at the Jewish Museum (1982 January 19), and next issue of Slivka's magazine, "Craft International"; Wayne's participation as panelist in symposium "The Art/Craft Connection U.S.A.: California & The Culture" (1982 May 21 at the Faculty Center, University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)); includes copy of Slivka's talk, "The Art/Craft Connection U.S.A.: California" and her article "Elaine de Kooning: The Bacchus Paintings" from Arts Magazine (1982 October); Wayne's exhibition at Fresno Museum of Art (1988); possible exhibition of Wayne's prints at Benton Gallery (Southampton, NY); Wayne's upcoming trips to Australian and Japan.
Box 105, Folder 2

Pasadena Museum of Modern Art. 1975.

Scope and Content Note

Photocopies of Art Forum article, "Pasadena's Collapse & The Simon Takeover: Diary of A Disaster" by John Coplans (1975 February), and published letters to the editor from Monroe E. Price, Mrs. Jack Padve, and Robert Heinecken re the article.
Box 105, Folder 7

Associated American Artists 1988. 1942.

Scope and Content Note

Photocopy of black and white print [untitled.]
Box 105, Folder 10

Slivka, Rose 1977-1981, 1982, 1983-1992. 1980, 1981.

Scope and Content Note

Two issues of Craft International (Rose Slivka, Editor-in-Chief), 1980, 1981 Autumn.
Box 105, Folder 11

Slivka, Rose 1977-1981, 1982, 1983-1992. 1982 Oct, 1983 Apr.

Scope and Content Note

Two issues of Craft International (Rose Slivka, Editor-in-Chief), 1982 October, 1983 April.
Box 105, Folder 14

Armstrong Gallery Exhibition. 1976.

Scope and Content Note

Floor plans for Aaron Berman Gallery (New York, NY), 1976 June 30, with new construction on 14th floor, executed by designer Ronald Williams.
Box 107, Folder 8

Maison Odoul & Co. 1976-1978.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents re shipping and storage of Wayne's lithographs and tapestries include: C. Dufour, J. Bringart , and A. Hauswirt (Panalpina Transports Internationaux, Paris); Maison Odoul & Cie (Paris.)
Box 160, Folder 4

Canavier, Elena and Carmichael, Jae. 1973-1999.

Language of Material: English
Box 160, Folder 5

CBS Cable TV. 1981.

Language of Material: English
Box 161, Folder 8

Flintridge Foundation. 2001.

Box 161, Folder 9

Graphic Arts Council Mailing List. 1983-1999.

Box 163, Folder 5

Getty: Hurley, Marybeth and Hymans. 1985-1990.

Box 165, Folder 1

Levy, Ellen. 1993-1997.

Box 166, Folder 7

Shedletsky, Stuart. 1991.

Box 229, Box 1

Afternoons with June: Brown, Betty. 2012.

Box 229, Box 2

Afternoons with June: Kashef, Niku. 2012.

Box 229, Box 3

Afternoons with June: Weisberg, Ruth. 2012.

Box 202, Folder 1

Annenberg CPB Project: Pelizzari, David. 1997-1998.

Box 202, Folder 2

Art Institute of Chicago. 1994.

Box 229, Box 4

Barrett, Bob. 1990-1997.

Box 229, Box 5

Baskett, Mary Lou. 1980-2007.

Box 229, Box 6

Ba-Be Miscellaneous. 2003-2011.

Box 229, Box 7

Beach Museum of Art: "Paths to the Press". Sep 2005-Dec 2005.

Box 202, Folder 3

Bellows, Jim. 2006-2007.

Box 229, Box 8

Bellows, Jim. 2006-2007.

Box 229, Box 9

Beneke, Daphne. 1993-1996.

Box 229, Box 10

Bentivoglio, Mierella. 1992-1993.

Box 229, Box 11

Berendzen, Gail and Berenson, Eleanor. 1998-2002.

Box 229, Box 12

Berman, Avis and Nancy: 1 of 2. 1997-2005.

Box 230, Box 1

Berman, Avis and Nancy: 2 of 2. 1997-2005.

Box 230, Box 2

Bernstein, Carol. 1985-1997.

Box 230, Box 3

Bernstein, Rita. 2003.

Box 230, Box 4

Bi-Bl Miscellaneous. 1987-2011.

Box 230, Box 5

Bibliotheque Nationale: Beaumont-Maillet, Laure. 1988-2008.

Box 230, Box 6

Bibliotheque Nationale: Copy of Alphabetical List and Suites. 1995-1996.

Box 230, Box 7

Bibliotheque Nationale: Originals of All Lists. 1995-1996.

Box 230, Box 8

Bibliotheque Nationale: Worksheets. 1990-1996.

Box 230, Box 9

Bibliotheque Royale: Walch, Nicole. Jun 1995.

Box 230, Box 10

Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery England: Sidey, Tessa. 1997-2007.

Box 230, Box 11

Blake, Patrick. 2002.

Box 230, Box 12

Bouret, Claude and Blandine. 1999-2001.

Box 230, Box 13

Bo-Bt Miscellaneous. 1955-2011.

Box 230, Box 14

Bowman, Ruth. 1982-2003.

Box 230, Box 15

Bowers, Phil. 2000.

Box 230, Box 16

Boyco, Shimon. 2000.

Box 230, Box 17

Boxer, Devorah and Goldberg, Serge. 1995-2011.

Box 230, Box 18

Bradbury, Ray. 2009.

Box 230, Box 19

Braitman, Lawrence. 2010.

Box 230, Box 20

British Museum: Carey, Frances. 1993-2001.

Box 231, Box 1

Brindel: 1 of 2. 1983-2010.

Box 231, Box 2

Brindel: 2 of 2. 1983-2010.

Box 231, Box 3

Brindel, June and Bernard. 1981-2008.

Box 231, Box 4

Brown, Kay. 2008-2009.

Box 202, Folder 4

California State University, Fullerton. 1983-2009.

Box 202, Folder 5

California State University, Long Beach: Bicentennial. 1992-2000.

Box 202, Folder 6

California State University, Long Beach (1 of 2). 1987-1999.

Box 202, Folder 7

California State University, Long Beach (2 of 2). 1984-1990.

Box 202, Folder 8

California State University, Northridge (1 of 3). 1984-1998.

Box 202, Folder 9

California State University, Northridge (2 of 2). 2008.

Box 202, Folder 10

California State University, Northridge (3 of 3). 2007.

Box 202, Folder 11

California Lawyers for the Arts: Honoree of the National Women's History Project. 2007-2010.

Box 231, Box 5

Chicago in the '30s: The WPA, Marshall Field's, and the Launch of My Zany Career (Presentation). Nov 2010.

Box 202, Folder 12

Dickinson, Eleanor. 1989-2008.

Box 202, Folder 13

Doster, Jenny. 2010.

Box 202, Folder 14

Fresno Town Hall. 1993-1995.

Box 202, Folder 15

Gardner-Huggett, Joanna. 2005-2006.

Box 202, Folder 16

Hill, Dave. 2007.

Box 202, Folder 17

Hirano, Irene. 2000.

Box 202, Folder 18

Hollywood Primary. 2005-2010.

Box 202, Folder 19

Hollywood Primary: June Wayne Auditorium. 2009.

Box 202, Folder 20

John Herron School of Art. 2002.

Box 202, Folder 21

Kansas City Art Institute. 2008-2009.

Box 202, Folder 22

KCET: Cook, Richard. 2001.

Box 202, Folder 23

Kirby, Pete. 2000-2001.

Box 202, Folder 24

Klastoo Gallery. 2008-2011.

Box 231, Box 6

Kn-Ko Miscellaneous. 1985-2011.

Box 202, Folder 25

Marquis Who's Who. 2003-2007.

Box 202, Folder 26

McGlynn, Lizzy. 2008.

Box 203, Folder 1

Miami University. 1992.

Box 203, Folder 2

Moore College. 1991-1997.

Box 203, Folder 3

Moss, Toby. 1983-2008.

Box 203, Folder 4

Nancy Graves Foundation: Kramer, Linda Konheim. 1993.

Box 203, Folder 5

National Association for Schools of Art and Design. 1990.

Box 203, Folder 6

National Association of Women Artists. 2006-2007.

Box 203, Folder 7

National Museum of Women in the Arts: Jason Stieber. 2008.

Box 203, Folder 8

National Women's History Project. 2008.

Box 203, Folder 9

Norman Zammitt Elysium Project: Budgets. 1999-2000.

Box 203, Folder 10

Norman Zammitt Elysium Project: California Community Foundation. 1999.

Box 203, Folder 11

Norman Zammitt Elysium Project: California Community Foundation. 2000.

Box 203, Folder 12

Norman Zammitt Elysium Project: Notes. undated.

Box 203, Folder 13

Norman Zammitt Elysium Project: Chronological File. 1998-2000.

Box 203, Folder 14

Norman Zammitt Elysium Project: Fundraising. 2000.

Box 203, Folder 15

Norman Zammitt Elysium Project: Photos. undated.

Box 203, Folder 16

Norman Zammitt Elysium Project: Preliminary Proposal. 1998.

Box 203, Folder 17

Norman Zammitt Elysium Project: Press Kit. undated.

Box 203, Folder 18

Norman Zammitt Elysium Project: Rose and Kindel. 1999.

Box 203, Folder 19

Norton Simon Museum. 1981-2010.

Box 204, Folder 1

Norton Simon Museum. 2006-2007.

Box 204, Folder 2

Norton Simon Museum: Interview. 2009.

Box 204, Folder 3

Orange County Museum of Art. 2003.

Box 204, Folder 4

Otis College of Art and Design. 1982-2001.

Box 204, Folder 5

Palm Springs Desert Museum (1 of 2). 1977-2006.

Box 204, Folder 6

Palm Springs Desert Museum (2 of 2). 1977-2006.

Box 204, Folder 7

Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. 1991-1998.

Box 204, Folder 8

Philadelphia Museum of Art. 1991-1998.

Box 204, Folder 9

Pollock/Krasner Foundation: Application. 2009.

Box 204, Folder 10

Pollock/Krasner Foundation: Final Grant Application. undated.

Box 204, Folder 11

Pollock/Krasner Foundation: Grant. 2008-2010.

Box 204, Folder 12

Pollock/Krasner Foundation: Grant Application Response. 2009-2012.

Box 204, Folder 13

Pollock/Krasner Foundation: Grant Financials. 2007-2008.

Box 204, Folder 14

Rigler, Lloyd: Catalogue Raisonne. 1996-1998.

Box 204, Folder 15

Ryokan College. 1979-1982.

Box 205, Folder 1

Sachs, Charles. 1997-1998.

Box 205, Folder 2

Sackett, Mary Reinsch and Soch, Adam. 2000-2002.

Box 205, Folder 3

San Jose University. 1957-1983.

Box 205, Folder 4

Santa Monica Commission of Cultural Affairs. 2001-2002.

Box 205, Folder 5

Scripps College. 1988-1989.

Box 205, Folder 6

Slatkin, Wendy. 1991.

Box 205, Folder 7

Soteriou, Alexandra. 1982.

Box 205, Folder 8

Southern California Women's Caucus for Art: Isolde, Ann. 2009.

Box 205, Folder 9

Thomas, David. 2007.

Box 205, Folder 10

Turner, Brent. 2009.

Box 205, Folder 11

United States Artists. 2010.

Box 205, Folder 12

University of Dallas. 1999.

Box 205, Folder 13

University of Maryland. 1988-1990.

Box 205, Folder 14

University of Nevada, Las Vegas. 1981.

Box 205, Folder 15

University of New Mexico. 1979-1994.

Box 205, Folder 16

University of Southern California. 2008.

Box 205, Folder 17

University of Texas, Austin. 1983-1989.

Box 205, Folder 18

University of Washington Press. 1997-1999.

Box 205, Folder 19

University of Washington Press: Rigler, Lloyd. 1997.

Box 205, Folder 20

University of Wisconsin. 1978-2004.

Box 205, Folder 21

University of Wisconsin, Green Bay: Lautner. 1982-1984.

Box 205, Folder 22

Visual Artists and Galleries Association. 1984-1992.

Box 205, Folder 23

Wakeforest University. 1985.

Box 205, Folder 24

Zinc Plates. 1976.

 

Subseries 2: Dorothy Kline. 1909-1981.

Scope and Content Note

This subseries includes correspondence from Wayne's family, family photographs, negatives, and artifacts, some of which were used in creating Wayne's portfolio of 20 lithographs, "The Dorothy Series." Also included are Wayne's correspondence regarding research on her family's history, family legal documents, certificates, and clippings.
Box 44, Folder 15

Photographs used and unused from Family Archive. 1936.

Scope and Content Note

Includes "Communist Party of the U.S.A. Membership Book" for Harry M. Wicks (Dorothy's second husband) issued Philadelphia, PA, 1936 January 1 (used in creating Wayne's print, "Whose White Knight Was He" from "The Dorothy Series"); 4 x 5 inch, black and white negative of Wicks and Dorothy Kline (used in creating Wayne's print, "The White Knight" from "The Dorothy Series.")
Box 44, Folder 16

Photographs used and unused from Family Archive. 1912, 1913, 1914, 1922, 1937, 1960.

Scope and Content Note

Documents and photographs of Wayne's mother, Dorothy Alice Kline, including: Ray School monthly report cards (1912-1914), used in creating Wayne's print "Report Card" from "The Dorothy Series"; Social Security Act card (issued 1937 January 13) used in creating Wayne's print, "Winter of '37" from "The Dorothy Series"; birthday check from Dorothy to June Wayne (1960 March 8) used in creating Wayne's print, "Last Time" from "The Dorothy Series"; 7 x 9.5 inch sepia-toned photograph of Dorothy as a child, inscribed "To my best Pal Grandma" used in creating Wayne's print, "Coming Out" from "The Dorothy Series"; 3.5 x 5.5 inch photographic postcard of Dorothy as young girl, used for "Report Card" from "The Dorothy Series"; 8 x 9.5 inch sepia-toned photograph (inscribed in lower left corner, "De Haven / Chicago") of Dorothy as a young woman wearing veil and off-the-shoulder pink taffeta dress sewn by Florence and embroidered by Dorothy, used in creating Wayne's print, "Coming Out" from "The Dorothy Series"; cut-out photograph of "Bien Jolie Sales Convention" with Dorothy standing in center of table among group of seated sales representatives, used in creating Wayne's print, "Dorothy and the IRS" from "The Dorothy Series."
Box 44, Folder 17

Photographs used and unused from Family Archive. 1920, 1921, 1924, 1931, 1957.

Scope and Content Note

Photographs of Wayne's mother, Dorothy Alice Kline, and family members, including: Two cartes-de-visite (4 x 6.5 inch, created in Minsk, Belarus, by M. Nappelbaum. [Moisei Nappelbaum (1869-1958), Russian photographer] of Wayne's grandmother, Florence Klein, with two young girls [Helen and Dorothy] and little boy [Paul], used in creating Wayne's prints "Leaving, 1907" and "Arriving, 1907" from "The Dorothy Series"; two 8 x 10 inch, black and white enlargements of the front and back of carte-de- visite, with glassine sheet marked with cropping instructions; 6.5 x 8.5 inch, sepia-toned bust portrait of Florence Klein, inscribed by Dorothy, "Mother 12-20-21"; 7 x 9.5 inch, sepia-toned photograph, half-length portrait of Dorothy as a child, inscribed "Grandma Kline / With all the love in my little heart / Your baby", used in creating Wayne's print "Coming Out" from "The Dorothy Series"; 2.5 x 4.5 inch, sepia-toned photograph of Dorothy as young woman [at Niagara Falls]; 8 x 10 inch, black and white enlargement of photograph of Dorothy as a young woman, used in creating Wayne's print "Palmer Method" from "The Dorothy Series"; 8 x 10 inch, black and white enlargement of photograph of Dorothy seated with another woman [sister Helen?], used in creating Wayne's print, "Secretary to a Publisher" from "The Dorothy Series; 5 x 7 inch, black and white photograph, half-length portrait of Dorothy (1957); also includes printed microfilm page from New York Times (1931 September 20) with article, "Jobless Women in Parks."
Box 44, Folder 18

Negatives: Dorothy docs, etc.USED. no date.

Scope and Content Note

4 x 5 inch, black and white negative and 8 x 10 inch photograph of detail from carte-de-visite (4 x 6.5 inch, created in Minsk, Belarus) of Wayne's grandmother, Florence Klein, with two young girls [Helen and Dorothy] and little boy [Paul], used in creating Wayne's prints "Leaving, 1907" and "Arriving, 1907" from "The Dorothy Series"; detail shows Florence's neckline, with photographic button of Wayne's grandfather.
Box 44, Folder 19

Photographs used and unused from Family Archive. 1920.

Scope and Content Note

8 x 10 black and white negative of group portrait of Wayne's second birthday party, inscribed in lower left corner, "Grown up Babies / Mar 7 1920"; 5 x 7 inch black and white print of the same group, different pose, inscribed in lower left corner, "Why Do They Call Them Babies Mar 7 1920", with Wayne sitting in Dorothy's lap (center, right), Dorothy's youngest brother Chuck Kline (front row, far right), and Dorothy's sister, Helen Kline (front row, far left); 5 x 7 inch black and white print of the same group, different pose, inscribed in center, "JUNE CLARES 2nd ANN PARTY / MAR 7 1920", with Wayne standing in foreground in center of group, above her mother, Dorothy (left) reaches for the hands of her sister, Helen (right.)
Box 44, Folder 20

Photographs used and unused from Family Archive. 1917.

Scope and Content Note

6.25 x 7 inch photograph of group portrait of eight women and one young boy dressed in their night clothes; identified are Florence Kline (back row, center), her sister Helen Kline (front row, far right), and youngest brother Chuck Kline (front row, center); inscribed in lower right corner, "R. FROLICK / Dec. 31, 1917"; 4 x 5 inch black and white negative enlargement of unidentified girl sitting at far right by piano.
Box 44, Folder 21

Photographs used and unused from Family Archive. 1922.

Scope and Content Note

8 x 10 inch sepia-toned photograph of half-length portrait of Dorothy Kline as a young woman wearing off-the- shoulder pink taffeta dress sewn by Florence and embroidered by Dorothy; photo is inscribed in lower left corner, "De Haven / Chicago."
Box 44, Folder 22

Photographs used and unused from Family Archive. 1917.

Scope and Content Note

6.5 x 8 inch black and white photograph of group portrait of five women dressed in night cloths, sitting in brass bed; identified are Dorothy Kline, age 16 (front row, far left) and her sister, Helen (front row, far right.)
Box 44, Folder 23

Photographs used and unused from Family Archive. 1917.

Scope and Content Note

6 x 7.5 inch black and white photo of group portrait of seven women and one young boy dressed in their night clothes in Kline apartment; identified are Dorothy's sister, Helen Kline (back row, far right), and her youngest brother, Chuck Kline (back row, center); inscribed in lower left corner, "R. FROLICK / Dec. 31, 1917."
Box 44, Folder 24

Photographs used and unused from Family Archive. 1917.

Scope and Content Note

6 x 7.5 inch black and white photo of group portrait of seven women and one young boy dressed in their night clothes in large brass bed; identified are Dorothy's sister Helen Kline (reaching up towards gas light, far right), and her youngest brother, Chuck Kline (back row tucked in bed, second from left.)
Box 44, Folder 25

Photographs used and unused from Family Archive. 1919.

Scope and Content Note

5 x 7 inch sepia-toned photograph of group portrait of 14 women and a child dressed in night clothes, posed in parlor room beneath fringed lamp; photo inscribed in lower right corner with "READY FOR SLUMBER LAND JULY 24 1919: Dorothy is sitting in center, front row, with her sister Helen holding a ukulele in back row, far right.
Box 44, Folder 26

Photographs used and unused from Family Archive. 1947, 1955, no date.

Scope and Content Note

Three 2.5 x 4.5 inch sepia-toned photographs showing Dorothy standing in front of the Kline apartment on Blackstone Avenue in Chicago, with mother Florence in window; Dorothy in hat and coat by a riverbank; Dorothy and unidentified woman standing in grassy field.
Box 44, Folder 27

Research letters: Life of Dorothy Kline. 1946, 1956, 1959, 1960, 1968, 1973, 1975-1978.

Scope and Content Note

Wayne's notes on conversation with her uncle, Chuck Kline (Wayne's mother's youngest brother) (1978 February 6); correspondents include: Mrs. J.W. Cohen (Wilmette, IL) re sending Wayne a box of Dorothy's tax documents; Dorothy Detzer Denny re records of the "Women's International League for Peace and Freedom" (W.I.L.P.F.) (1977 January 17); Naomi Risdon; Sharon Chickanzeff (Wayne's assistant) to A. Stein & Co., Inc. re information on Dorothy's employment at the Paris Garter Company; Lake County Department of Vital Statistics (Gary, IN) re Dorothy's marriage and divorce records; Robert Baumruk (Chief, Social Sciences and History Division, Chicago Public Library, Chicago, IL) re Chicago city directory information; Chicago Historical Society re obtaining photographs of specific Chicago addresses; Sharon Lavine (Elmwood Park, IL) re information on Wayne's father, Albert Lavine; Marshall M. Holleb (of Holleb, Gerstein & Glass Attorneys at Law, Chicago, IL) to Samuel S. Berger (Cohen & Berger, Chicago, IL) re documents prepared in conjunction with Dorothy's last will and testament; Clara Yelich (Register of Deeds, Hurley, WI) re Wayne's father's death certificate; Joyce Robbins re family photos; Harry Wyatt re documentation about Dorothy Kline's marriage to Harry M. Wickes; Clara Yelich (Register of Deeds, Hurley, WI) re request for death certificate of Wayne's father, Alfred Lavine; Cook County Department of Vital Statistics (Chicago, IL) re request for cop of Wayne's mother's divorce papers from her first husband, Alfred Lavine, and death certificate for Wayne's grandmother, Florence Kline; Sharon Chickanzeff (Wayne's assistant) to Chicago Public Library re request for photocopies from telephone book with Chicago addresses for Nathan Kline, Dorothy Kline, and Albert Lavine, and documentation on the Rembrandt Lamp Company; Florence Lavine re request for information on her father, Albert Lavine; Mary A. Severson (Archivist, Rand McNally, Chicago, IL) re request to purchase copy of "Rand McNally Chicago Guide," published in 1924; Naomi S. Risdon re copy of "Daily Wear" magazine with article and illustration of Wayne (1976); Chickanzeff to A. Steain & Company, Inc. (Des Plaines, IL) re information on Dorothy Kline's employment with the Paris Garter Company between 1920-1932; also includes Dorothy's tax returns (1946), cancelled checks (1956-1957), car garage receipts (1959), and hand-written notes on travel to New York City (1959.)
Box 44, Folder 28

Dorothy- transcribed correspondence. 1949, 1951, 1957, 1958, 1960.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Dorothy Alice Kline re her relationship with her second husband, Harry Wicks, her financial status, and instructions for distribution of her personal possessions; Wayne to Dorothy re her work; George Wayne (Wayne's first husband) to Helen Kline Holleb (Dorothy's sister) re Dorothy's death (1960.)
Box 44, Folder 29

Dorothy: Original Documents. 1912-1977.

Scope and Content Note

Includes: Union Bank bankbook for Dorothy Kline and June Wayne account; 4 x 5 inch black and white negative of Dorothy Kline's Social Security card (used in creating Wayne's print "Winter of '37" from "The Dorothy Series"); University of Chicago Clinic appointment card for Dorothy A. Kline (1955 October 19); Ray School monthly report cards (1912), used in creating Wayne's print "Report Card" from "The Dorothy Series"; Social Security Administration claim forms (1960 April 29); clipping of "TV and Me" review of Dorothy Stickney's dramatic reading of Edna St. Vincent Millay's poems and letters, and typed transcription of Millay's, "Pity Me Not Because the Light of Day"; Glasband Mortuaries invoice for Dorothy Kline (1960 June 25); facsimiles from Lake County Department of Vital Statistics (Gary, IN) of marriage and divorce documents for Dorothy Alice Kline and Abe [Albert] Lavine (1922 May 21); Dorothy Kline obituary from Los Angeles Times (1960 June 27); notice of probate hearing, Metropolitan News (Los Angeles, CA) (1960 July 20); condolence card from Samuel Yaffe (Bien Jolie, New York, NY); Cook County (Chicago, IL) certificates stating marriage records were not found for Dorothy's two marriages; David Binder article, "Women Pictured as Facing Conflict In Favoring Pacifism and Feminism" from New York Times (1976 December 29.)
Box 44, Folder 30

Dorothy: Work Era. 1949.

Scope and Content Note

Letter from Helen Kline Holleb (Dorothy's sister) to Wayne (1949 September 14) re Dorothy.
Box 44, Folder 31

Dorothy: Legal Documents. 1938, 1960-1964.

Scope and Content Note

Includes: facsimiles of United States Certificate of Citizenship for Rudolph Edelstein and change of name from "Riwlu Edelstein" (1938 April 26); correspondents include: J.W. Cohen (accountant) re copies of Dorothy Kline's income tax documents from 1959 and 1960 tax filing; Mrs. Louise Brannen (Social Security Administration, Hollywood, CA) re Statement Regarding Contributions for Dorothy Kline (1960 June 22); Jules H. Jacobson (Bien Jolie, World's Finest Corsetry, Newark, NJ) re copy of Dorothy Kline's W-2 tax statement for 1960; Allan J. Greenberg (Attorney at Law, Los Angeles, CA) re estate of Dorothy Kline and inheritance tax affidavit; Paul Gottlieb (Wayne's assistant) to Les Taylor (Mitchum, Jones and Templeton, Los Angeles, CA) re death certificate for Dorothy Kline.
Box 44, Folder 32

Negatives: Dorothy docs, etc. ..NOT USED. 1936, 1955.

Scope and Content Note

Includes: photocopy of excerpt from Dorothy Kline's letter to Wayne re Palmer Method diploma; black and white print of half-length portrait of Dorothy; five 4 x 5 inch black and white negatives of half-length portrait of Dorothy as young girl, full-length reclining portrait of Dorothy [?] at the beach, three-quarter portrait of Dorothy with tree in background (used in creating Wayne's print, "Palmer Method" from "The Dorothy Series"), two details of Harry M. Wicks' Communist Party membership book (used in creating Wayne's print, "Whose White Knight Was He" from "The Dorothy Series"); two 8 x 10 inch black and white negatives of typed letter from Dorothy to Wayne (1955 November 16); cropped 5 x 7 inch black and white negative of excerpt of text and two cropped 8 x 10 inch [?] portraits of Bernarr Macfadden, "The Father of Physical Culture", used in creating Wayne's print, "Secretary to a Publisher" from "The Dorothy Series"; two cropped 8 x 10 inch negatives of published photograph with caption, "Ellis Island, New York's Port of Entry"; photo enlargement of half-length portrait of Dorothy as young girl.
Box 44, Folder 33

Negatives: Dorothy docs, etc. .. USED. 1937,1947, 1960.

Scope and Content Note

Includes: 4 x 5 inch black and white negative of double portrait of Dorothy Kline and her second husband, Harry M. Wicks sitting on bench with house in background; 4 x 5 inch black and white negative of carte-de-visite depicting Dorothy with her mother Florence, brother Paul, and sister Helen (used in creating Wayne's prints, "Leaving, 1907" and "Arriving, 1907" from "The Dorothy Series"); 4 x 5 inch black and white negative and 8 x 10 inch black and white photograph of Dorothy's Social Security card (used in creating Wayne's print, "Winter of '37" from "The Dorothy Series"); 4 x 5 inch black and white negative of Dorothy sitting with another woman [Helen?] (used in creating Wayne's print, "Secretary to a Publisher" from "The Dorothy Series"); cropped and cut 4 x 6 inch black and white negative of handwritten letter from Dorothy to J.C. [Cohan?] re problems with the U.S. Treasury Department (1959 March 23); 5 x 7 inch black and white negative of Dorothy's Ray School Monthly Report to Parents (1912 January) (used in creating Wayne's print, "Report Card" from "The Dorothy Series"); 8 x 10 inch black and white negative with two images, one of a group of seated sales representatives and another of Dorothy standing with another woman in the background, both images used in creating Wayne's print, "Dorothy and the IRS" from "The Dorothy Series"; 8 x 10 inch black and white negative and transparency of profile portrait of Dorothy wearing hat, used in creating Wayne's print, "The Desire to Write" from "The Dorothy Series"; 8 x 10 inch black and white photograph of the birthday check from Dorothy to June Wayne (1960 March 8) used in creating Wayne's print, "Last Time" from "The Dorothy Series."
Box 46, Folder 1

Dorothy: Estate Papers. 1951, 1959-1963, 1976.

Scope and Content Note

Includes: Business card for Julius Mayer (Glasband Mortuary, Van Nuys, CA); handwritten and typed lists of charitable gifts and their values from Dorothy Kline (1959, 1960); Certificate of Social Insurance Award disability benefits for Dorothy (1960 March 29); Autopsy Report from Cedars of Lebanon Hospital for Dorothy Kline (1960 June 26); letter from Wayne to Memorial Park Cemetery, Evanston, IL, re interment arrangements for Dorothy (1960 July 22); Memorial Park Cemetery interment receipt and "Rules and Regulations" booklet; invoice from Trinity Bronze Memorial (Chicago, IL) for Dorothy's memorial plaque, with inscription excerpted from Edna St. Vincent Millay's, "Pity Me Not Because the Light of Day"; Superior Court of the State of California and County of Los Angeles Inventory and Appraisement documents for Dorothy Kline; statements from Bank of America re joint savings account of Dorothy Kline and June Wayne; letter from J.W. Cohen ( J.W. Cohen & Associates, Chicago, IL) to Wayne re 1960 Income Tax Return for Dorothy Kline; U.S. Treasury Department documents re estate taxes; Inheritance Tax Affidavit form (1961 February 10); Dorothy Kline's last will and testament; Petition for Distribution; copies of Dorothy's state and federal income tax returns (1961); Affidavit for Final Discharge of estate of Dorothy Kline; letter from Nathan Schwartz (Samuel Pop & Co, Certified Public Accountants, Beverly Hills, CA) to Wayne re estate of Dorothy Kline and tax returns for 1957, 1958, and 1959; Consent to Transfer form from State of California Office of State Controller, Inheritance and Gift Tax Division (1963 November 12); certified copy of Dorothy Kline's death certificate; copy of check from Dorothy Kline and June Wayne's joint account at Bank of America.
Box 46, Folder 2

Tapes. 1977.

Scope and Content Note

Includes two audio cassette tapes labeled, "Kline, Edelstein, Palm Springs" and "Rudolph Edelstein, Chuck Kline, June Wayne" (1977 December 3.)
Box 46, Folder 3

Letters: Sympathy. 1960.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Helen Kline Holleb to Wayne re notices [of Dorothy Kline's death] in newspapers; Anna Bing Arnold; Nan Dowling; Fred and Saidee Grunwald; Chicago Daily Tribune and Chicago Daily News newspapers pages with Dorothy Kline's obituary listing, 1960 June 29.
Box 46, Folder 4

Dorothy-- 1960. 1959, 1960.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Myles S. Friedman (Bien Jolie World's Finest Corsetry, Newark, NY) to Dorothy Kline and Wayne; George E. Kenney (Draper and Kramer, Real Estate Management, Chicago, IL) re Dorothy's apartment; Dr. Henry L. Jaffee (Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, Los Angeles, CA) re Wayne's gift; Dr. Leon Krohn (Beverly Hills, CA) re gift of Wayne's print; Dr. Marcus Rabwin (Beverly Hills, CA) re gift of Wayne's print; J.W. Cohen ( J.W. Cohen & Associates, Chicago, IL) re Dorothy's income tax data for 1960; Claire and Robert Blaskovitz (Berwyn, IL) re Dorothy's death; Sally [last name unknown] re Social Security benefits for Wayne's grandmother, Florence Kline; Wayne's father [Albert Lavine] re Dorothy's death; Rosemary [last name unknown] re Dorothy's death; Elise and Potentate re Dorothy's death.
Box 46, Folder 5

Narration by Sophia Lakin. no date.

Scope and Content Note

Includes typed transcript and photocopy of handwritten narrative by Sophie Laken, wife of Sam Lakin (brother of Wayne's material grandmother, Florence Lakin) describing her childhood in Minsk, Russia, marriage, and the family's emigration to the United States.
Box 46, Folder 6

Dorothy: Letters. 1948-1953, 1955-1959, 1962.

Scope and Content Note

Letters from Dorothy Kline to Wayne.
Box 46, Folder 7

Dorothy Kline's Medical Documents. 1960.

Scope and Content Note

Includes: Dorothy's check to Internal Revenue Service (1960 January 21); bills and payment receipts from Cedars of Lebanon Hospital (1960 May); invoices and Wayne's checks to Cedars of Lebanon and Memorial Park Cemetery.
Box 46, Folder 8

Dorothy-- Letters TO. 1960.

Scope and Content Note

Includes: Handwritten notes from Wayne's daughter, Robin Wayne, to Dorothy Kline; letter from Edgar Kadden (Chicago, IL) to Dorothy (1960 June 1); get well card from Claire and Robert Blaskovitz (Claire's Corset Shop, Chicago, IL) (1960 June 27.)
Box 46, Folder 9

Music. 1975.

Scope and Content Note

Includes: List of song titles, composers and publishers used in Wayne's "The Dorothy Series"; sheet music for "My Melancholy Baby" and "September Song."
Box 46, Folder 10

CHICAGO. 1909, 1917, 1924, 1931, 1950-1962.

Scope and Content Note

Includes: Printed microfilm page from New York Times (1931 September 20) with article, "Jobless Women in Parks"; photocopies from the Chicago Historical Society of photographs by Mildred Mead of Chicago street scenes where Wayne's family lived, including Lake Park Avenue, Cable Court, Kimbark Avenue, and Spaulding; also contained guide book, "Rand McNally Guide to Chicago and Environs," (Chicago, 1924), removed to UCLA Special Collections.
Box 46, Folder 11

Kline Family Documents. 1955, 1960, 1961.

Scope and Content Note

Includes: Certified copy of Dorothy Kline's death certificate; letter from Dr. Lester M. Morrison to J.W. Cohen (accountant, Chicago, IL) re determination of Florence Kline's health status (1955 August 18); photocopy of coroner's certificate of death for Florence Kline (1961 April 4.)
Box 46, Folder 12

June: Original Documents. 1930, 1957.

Scope and Content Note

Includes: Avondale School certificate for services of June Kline [Wayne] as Monitor on the Avondale Junior Patrol, signed by Gertrude S. Pease (1930 June); Wayne's passport application (1957?)
Box 46, Folder 13

Al Lavine. 1917, 1949, 1956, 1976.

Scope and Content Note

Includes: Empty glassine envelope with note re photo blow up of Abe Lavine; photographic enlargement and photocopies of wedding portrait of Wayne's parents, Abe [Albert] Lavine and Dorothy Kline; handwritten letters from Abe Levine (1949, 1956); 3 x 5 inch sepia-toned photograph of Lavine (1939 October); business card for Albert Lavine, Fire and Police Commissioner; 4 x 5 inch black and white negative and photograph of Lavine's business card; photocopies of death certificate (certified 1976 July 8) for Albert Lavine (d. 1967 August 13); letters from Wayne to Bureau of Vital Statistics, Hurley Wisconsin re birth certificate for Abe Lavine.
Box 46, Folder 14

Ambivalence SA (Slide Sales). 1979, 1980, 1981.

Scope and Content Note

Includes: Letters and invoices for purchases of Wayne's slide cassette presentation on "The Dorothy Series"; brochure from Audio/Visual Unlimited (Hollywood, CA) on slide and filmstrip presentations; brochure, "Teacher's Guide: Art Work, Careers in the Arts"; clipping from unidentified classified ad for slide/Audio-Cassette of "The Dorothy Series" [ca. 1980]; photocopy of production notes for "The Dorothy Series."
Box 105, Folder 1

Negatives: Dorothy docs, etc. ..NOT USED. 1923, no date.

Scope and Content Note

Sheet music for "My Sweetie Went Away" by Roy Turk & Lou Handman (c1923); two 5 x 7 inch black and white negatives taped together, one with typed definition of the word "pogrom", the other an image of the Ellis Island Immigration Center building with caption, "Ellis Island--New York's Port of Entry."
Box 105, Folder 3

Photographs used and unused from Family Archive. 1947, no date.

Scope and Content Note

Two 11 x 14 inch black and white photographic enlargements, one of Dorothy Kline as a young girl (used in creating Wayne's print, "Report Card" from "The Dorothy Series"), and the other with two images of Dorothy at a "Bien Jolie Sales Convention" for sales representatives (used in creating Wayne's print, "Dorothy and the IRS" from "The Dorothy Series.")
Box 105, Folder 4

Photographs used and unused from Family Archive. 1955, no date.

Scope and Content Note

Contains one 11 x 14 inch black and white photographic enlargement of a Bien Jolie Sales & Executive Dinner (1955 November 26), and one 11 x 14 inch black and white negative of Dorothy Kline as a young girl.
Box 105, Folder 6

June: Original Documents. 1930 June 27.

Scope and Content Note

Wayne's certificate of completion and admission to high school issued by the Board of Education of the City of Chicago, Avondale School, Grammar Department (1930 June 27.)
Box 105, Folder 9

Dorothy: Original Documents. 1952, 1960, 1976.

Scope and Content Note

Contains: Marriage license for Wayne's parents, Abe Lavine and Dorothy A. Kline (1917 May 24), and their divorce decree (1952 December 3); obituaries of Wayne's mother, Dorothy Kline (Chicago Sun-Times, 1960 June 30; Los Angeles Herald- Express, no date.)
Box 105, Folder 12

Photographs used and unused from Family Archive. 1914, 1920, 1924 no date.

Scope and Content Note

Family documents, including: Dorothy Kline's certificate, "Palmer Method of Business Writing" (1914 January 21), used in creating Wayne's print, "Palmer Method" from "The Dorothy Series"; and Dorothy Kline's certificate of completion and admission to high school issued by the Board of Education of the City of Chicago, Ray School, Grammar Department (1914 January 30); Nathan Kline's [Dorothy's brother] certificate of completion and admission to high school issued by the Board of Education of the City of Chicago, Scott School, Grammar Department (1924 June 20); Nathan R. Kline Jr.'s Hyde Park High School diploma (issued 1920 June 25); 12 x 17 inch black and white photographic enlargement of full-length portrait of Nathan Kline [Wayne's maternal grandfather], used in creating Wayne's print, "Desire to Write" from "The Dorothy Series."
 

Subseries 3: Exhibits. 1959-2006.

Scope and Content Note

This subseries includes correspondence regarding exhibitions of Wayne's work.

Processing Information

Includes materials from the July 2012 addition.
Box 205, Folder 25

Arizona State. 1978-1991.

Box 205, Folder 26

Armory Center for the Arts. 2005-2008.

Box 21, Folder 11

Atlanta College of Art: Herstory Exhibition. 1987, 1988.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Lisa Tuttle (Gallery Director, Atlanta College of Art) re Wayne's inclusion of "Arriving" from "The Dorothy Series" in the touring exhibition, "American Herstory: Women and the U.S. Constitution"; Ofelia Garcia (President, Atlanta College of Art) re Wayne's honorary doctorate of fine arts and acceptance speech; also includes press releases and reviews about the exhibition.
Box 205, Folder 27

Centre Pompidou: "Los Angeles 1955-1985". 2005-2006.

Box 21, Folder 4

Cerritos Show Feb. 19, 1991 (Gail Jacobs). 1990, 1991.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Gail Jacobs (Art Gallery Director, Cerritos Community College District) re Wayne's participation in 1991 Invitational exhibition; also includes announcements from recent exhibitions and information on artist, Sandra Rowe.
Box 21, Folder 5

Charleston Heights Art Center. 1981.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Patricia Harris (Gallery Director) re Wayne's participation in panel discussion, "Today's Woman: The Changing Image" at Charleston Heights Art Center's Clark Library, Las Vegas (1981 December 1.)
Box 205, Folder 28

Claremont Colleges. 1979-1992.

Box 206, Folder 1

Des Moines Art Center: Demetrion, Jim. 1980-1982.

Box 206, Folder 2

Farnsworth Art Museum. 2010.

Box 206, Folder 3

Fresno Art Museum's Council of 100. 2006.

Box 206, Folder 4

Hunterdon Museum of Art. 2007.

Box 206, Folder 5

Jack Ruthberg Fine Arts. 2005-2006.

Box 206, Folder 6

June's Saloon. 2005.

Box 164, Folder 3

LACMA 1999, 2000, 2001. 2001-2006.

Box 164, Folder 5

LACMA: Made in California 2000 Show. 2000.

Box 164, Folder 7, Folder 8

LACMA: November 1998 Show. 1959-1999.

Box 206, Folder 7

Minneapolis College of Art. 1983-1984.

Box 206, Folder 8

National Museum of Women in the Arts. 1994-2008.

Box 206, Folder 9

National Museum of Women in the Arts: Pomeroy, Jordana. 2009-2010.

Box 206, Folder 10

Neuberger Museum. 1998-2004.

Box 206, Folder 11

Neuberger Retrospective Materials. 1969-1999.

Box 206, Folder 12

New Orleans Museum. 2001-2002.

Box 206, Folder 13

Palmer, Herb. 2003.

Box 206, Folder 14

Portland Art Museum: Gilkay, Gordon. 1996-2006.

Box 206, Folder 15

Print Club of Philadelphia. 1980-2008.

Box 206, Folder 16

Riverside Museum. 2008-2009.

Box 206, Folder 17

Roski Arts and Science Award: Stein, Donna. 2009.

Box 206, Folder 18

Sects in the City. 2007.

Box 206, Folder 19

Sierra Nevada College. 1985.

Box 206, Folder 20

Solway Jones Gallery. 2008-2009.

Box 206, Folder 21

Southern California Women's Caucus for Art: Barnsdall Show. 2005-2007.

Box 206, Folder 22

Stanford University of Art. 1992.

Box 206, Folder 25

State University of New York at Albany: Bernstein, R. 1981-1983.

Box 206, Folder 26

State University of New York at Albany: Fasulo, Marijo. 1983.

Box 206, Folder 23

Stein, Donna. 1990-2009.

Box 206, Folder 24

Steinbaum Gallery. 1993-2004.

Box 207, Folder 1

State University of New York at Purchase. 1982.

Box 207, Folder 2

Then and Now: Funkel, Bruria. 2006-2009.

Box 207, Folder 3

University of California, Los Angeles: Grunwald Center, Photo Loans. 1995.

Box 207, Folder 4

Wack! Vancouver. 2009.

Box 207, Folder 5

Westerman, Donna: Orange Coast College. 2009.

Box 207, Folder 6

Zill, Anne. 2000.

Box 207, Folder 7

Zimmer Children's Museum. 2008-2010.

 

Subseries 4: Fan Mail. 1968-1974.

Scope and Content Note

This subseries includes cards, memos, and letters to Wayne and KCET, expressing opinions on Wayne's television series, "June Wayne" (1972-1973).
Box 2, Folder 38

KCET Fan Mail (TV Series). 1972-1974.

Scope and Content Note

Cards, memos and letters to Wayne and KCET expressing opinions on Wayne's television series, "June Wayne" (1972-1973). Correspondents include: Los Angeles Civic Light Opera Association (Eleanor Pinkham); Jan Stussy (UCLA art instructor); Artists Equity Association (Molly Brylawski, executive secretary); Dorothy Dehner; Edgar Ewing; Lillian Paley; Whitney Museum of American Art (Elke Solomon, curator); Ethel Shapiro Bertolini; Society of American Graphic Artists (SAGA) (Martin Barooshian, president); Helen Aylon; UCLA Dickson Art Center Video Laboratory (Bob Jacobson, video committee); Rachel Rosenthal; Belle Osipow; Jill Giegerich; UCLA Frederick S. Wight Galleries (Frederick S. Wight, director); Ross-Freeman Gallery (Diane Ross, owner); Artists for Economic Action (Ron Blumberg, president.)
Box 3, Folder 1

KCET TV Series (Fan Mail). 1972-1973.

Scope and Content Note

Cards, memos and letters to Wayne and KCET expressing opinions on Wayne's television series, "June Wayne" (1972-1973.) Correspondents include: Robert Bruce Rogers, including photograph and two R.B. Rogers print images; Fay Lansner; Martha Padve (Pasadena Museum of Art board member); Gilberto Lujan; biographical material about artist Toby Judith Klayman; Jane Besen (commissioner, Monterey Park Arts and Culture Commission.)
Box 28, Folder 26

Sobanski, Lee. 1969, 1971.

Scope and Content Note

Includes letter about his poetry, and Sobanski's poem, "To June Wayne The Graphic Artist."
Box 105, Folder 5

Sobanski, Lee. 1968 Apr.

Scope and Content Note

Drawing (signed and dated) by Lee S. Sobanski of buildings from corner perspective, executed in ink on a paper towel.
 

Subseries 5: IRS. 1970-1997.

Scope and Content Note

This subseries includes correspondence regarding the Internal Revenue Service's Revenue Ruling 79-256 on charitable contributions. Also included are Wayne's correspondence with attorney Marvin Goodson regarding Wayne's litigation with the Commercial Union Insurance Company and appraisals of her charitable contributions of art work (1970-1978).
Box 32, Folder 1

Revenue Ruling 79-256. 1980.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents re IRS Revenue Ruling 79-256 on charitable contributions include: Elena Canavier [ceramicist, later known as Elena Karina]; James T. Demetrion (President, The Association of Art Museum Directors); Grace Glueck (New York Times); Milt Esterow (Editor & Publisher, Art News); Marshall M. Holleb (Holleb, Gerstein & Glass, Ltd, Attorneys at Law, Chicago, IL); Barbara Isenberg (theater writer and Los Angeles Times correspondent); James Melchart (National Endowment for the Arts); Joan A. Mondale (wife of Walter Mondale); Franklin Murphy (Times Mirror Company, Los Angeles, CA); William Norris (Tuttle & Taylor, Attorneys at Law, Los Angeles, CA); Max Palevsky (American art collector, venture capitalist, philanthropist, Malibu, CA); Senator Claiborne Pell (Rhode Island); Andrew Robison (Curator of Prints and Drawings, National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C.); Senator Alan Sieroty (California); Ben Smith (Beverly Hills, CA); David Steadman (Galleries of the Pomona Colleges, Claremont, CA); Congressman Frank Thompson, Jr.; Mary Ann Tighe (Deputy Chairman for Programs, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington D.C.); Marcia Weisman (collector of modern and contemporary art with husband, Frederick Weisman); Senator Harrison A. Williams, Jr. (New Jersey); Edith Wylie (Craft and Folk Museum, Los Angeles, CA); Congressman Sidney R. Yates; also includes newspaper clippings of articles by Herbert Mitgang, "Book Publishers See Peril To Old Stock in Tax Rule" (New York Times, 1980 September 3) and Michiko Kakutani, "Millions of Books Endangered as Result of Tax Ruling" (New York Times, 1980 October 5.)
Box 32, Folder 2

Goodson, Marvin. 1981, 1983-1985, 1991-1994, 1997.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include Marvin Goodson (Goodson and Wachtel Law Offices, Los Angeles, CA) re: Wayne's litigation with Commercial Union Insurance Company; acquisition of Judith A. Hoffberg collection of artists' books by University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA); Wayne's recommendations for print appraisers, Nancy Escher and Orrel P. Reed; description and appraisal of Wayne's "Songs and Sonets of John Donne" by Orrel P. Reed; revision of Wayne's Trust; copy of decision on Estate of Georgia T. O'Keeffe, Tax Court Memorandum Decisions (1992 April 16); Daniel Golubev re contact information for Dr. Jonas Salk; pages from the Los Angeles Times with article about Jonas Salk by Sheryl Stolberg, "Hero With Something to Prove" (1993 March 7); Wayne's letter to the editor of the Los Angeles Times re article on Dr. Salk; Wayne's gift of prints to the Neuberger Museum of Art (State University of New York, Purchase, NY.)
Box 32, Folder 3

Goodson 1984 Summation + Case re IRS. 1970-1980, 1983, 1984.

Scope and Content Note

Includes list of lithographs sold to Goldstein & Phillips, Counselors at Law (San Francisco, CA) as of 1980 January 20; list of Tamarind subscription prints (1970-1979); Disposition of works of art sold to June Wayne from Tamarind Subscription Collection (1974-1978); summaries of 1973-1979 collections of Tamarind Institute subscription; Fair Market Value of Tamarind Impressions lithographs gifted to Claremont Colleges (Claremont, CA) executed by O.P. Reed Jr., as of 1976 December 6; appraisals of Wayne's charitable contributions of art work, 1970, 1972-1978.
Box 32, Folder 4

Goodson IRS Tax Court Case 76' 77' 78'. 1972, 1977, 1978, 1980-1984.

Scope and Content Note

Includes Wall Street Journal clipping on artist, Gloria Churchman and Tax Court ruling (1977 August 17); Washington Post clipping of article by Paul Richard, "A Taxing Problem: How to Tax the Sculpture in David Smith's Estate" (1972 February 17); Wayne's original receipts for professional services (1978, 1980); Wayne's litigation with IRS and tax liability for 1976 and 1977; photocopy of Saturday Review article by Blake Fleetwood, "The Tax Police: Trampling Citizens' Rights" (1980 May); 30-Day Letters and IRS Examination Report (1980 November 25); correspondents include Marvin Goodson (attorney) re Wayne's IRS tax audit for 1976, 1977, and 1978.
 

Subseries 6: John Donne's Book. 1958-2009.

Scope and Content Note

This subseries includes correspondence regarding the production of Wayne's book, "The Songs and Sonets of John Donne" (1983).

Processing Information

Includes materials from the July 2012 addition.
Box 207, Folder 9

Brooks, Helen. 2008-2009.

Box 155, Folder 4

Brooks, Helen. 2008-2010.

Box 155, Folder 8

Donne Book: Inventory 908. 2008.

Box 155, Folder 2

Donne Book: Making of. 1997.

Box 155, Folder 5

John Donne, 10-23-08: Bonnie Cashin Lecture. 2008.

Box 155, Folder 7

John Donne, 10-23-08: Invites, Drafts. 2008.

Box 155, Folder 3

John Donne, 10-23-08: Mailer. 2008.

Box 155, Folder 6

John Donne, 10-23-08: Programs, Fashion Event. 2008.

Box 155, Folder 9

John Donne, Cashin Event 2008: Paul Parrish, UCLA. 2008.

Box 155, Folder 10

John Donne, Cashin Event 2008: Maylee Witham. 2008.

Box 156, Folder 1

John Donne, Cashin 2-15-09: Drafts, Print Lists. 2009.

Box 156, Folder 4

John Donne, Cashin 10-23-09: V. Steele. 2009.

Box 207, Folder 8

John Donne: Journal. 2008-2009.

Box 156, Folder 3

John Donne Lecture: Jonathan F.S. Post, UCLA, 2-15-09. 2009.

Box 32, Folder 9

John Donne, Songs + Sonnets. Correspondence: Bruder Hartmann. 1958-1960.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Kurt and Fritz Hartmann (Brüder Hartmann, Buchdruckerei [letterpress printing] Berlin- Schöneberg) re production and shipping of Wayne's book, "Songs and Sonets of John Donne"; Japanpapier Import Gessellschaft (Frankfurt) re Wayne's request for lithography paper for the book; Ernes Freed (Professor, Graphics Department, Los Angeles County Art Institute [interim name for Otis Art Institute]) re exchange exhibition of the Graphic Workshop of Pratt at the Art Institute; W. McNeil Lowry (Director, Program in Humanities and the Arts, Ford Foundation), William S. Lieberman (Curator, Department of Drawings, Museum of Modern Art, New York), Bertha von Moschzisker (Director, The Print Club, Philadelphia), Karl Kup (Curator of Prints, New York Public Library), and Una E. Johnson (Curator of Prints and Drawings, Brooklyn Museum of Art) re Wayne's visit to New York with "Songs and Sonets" book; also includes: shipping invoices from Schenker & Co. (Berlin) and Holland-Amerika Lijn (Rotterdam, Netherlands); black and white photographic postcard of Fritz and Barbara Hartmann at their wedding, with Fritz' father, Kurt Hartmann (1960)
Box 32, Folder 10

John Donne, Songs + Sonnets. Correspondence: General. 1958-1961.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: R.B. Beaman (Exhibition Chairman, Carnegie Institute of Technology, Pittsburgh, PA) re borrowing about 12 of Wayne's prints for exhibition with Inez Johnston and Edmondson (reverse includes handwritten list of prints Wayne sent); Wayne to Westminster Recording Sales Corp. (New York, NY) and Music Masters (New York, NY) re acquiring copies of vinyl record album, "Poems by John Donne and William Wordsworth" read by Christopher Hassall; Ruth Feder; Mae [last name unknown]; Margery Nemeth, Sigmund and Florence Theil, and Anita and Leo Rangell re purchasing copy of Wayne's "Songs and Sonets"; Jake Zeitlin (Zeitlin & Ver Brugge Booksellers, Los Angeles, CA) to Theodore J.H. Gusten (Print Council of America) re distributing circulars on Wayne's John Donne portfolio to Print Council members; Zeitlin to Wayne re consignment copies of "Songs and Sonets"; also includes biographical material [in English and French, written by Pierre Courthion] on Wayne for promotion of her book, "Songs and Sonets of John Donne"; list of names to be printed on "Songs and Sonets" dedication page.
Box 33, Folder 1

John Donne, Songs + Sonnets. Correspondence: E. Lustig Cohen, G. Braziller. 1958.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Elaine Lustig Cohen (graphic designer) re Kono mask, layout and production of Wayne's "Songs and Sonets of John Donne", American printers, Hartmann in Berlin; George Braziller, Inc. (New York, NY) re production agreement of "Songs and Sonets."
Box 33, Folder 2

John Donne, Songs + Sonnets Subscribers. 1958, 1960, 1961, 1974, 1975.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents re replacement covers and purchases of Wayne's "Songs and Sonets of John Donne" include: Dr. Elmer Belt; Alexander M. Bing; Jerome Allan Dodson (Long Beach Museum of Art) re order for Doris Maxwell; Ebria Feinblatt (Curator of Prints and Drawings, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA); Meyer Flax (Flax Art Supplies, Westwood); Fred Grunwald; Jack and Fran Harrison; Brüder Hartman (Berlin, German); John Howell; Warren R. Howell; Deborah A. Hughes; Dr. Benjamin M. Jurin; Dr. and Mrs. John C. Mergener; Dr. Lester M. Morrison; Gifford Philips; Chief Librarian, Reed College Bookstore (Portland, OR); Helen and Josephus Reynolds; Albert Roncey re receiving artist's proof print and copy of "Songs and Sonets" for Baron Edmond Adolphe Maurice Jules Jacques de Rothschild (1926-1997) on the occasion of the baron's marriage (1958 November 4) to Veselinka Vladova Gueorguieva; Benjamin B. Smith; Dr. A.M. Targow; Philip Wain; Dr. Milton Wexler; Yale Wexler (Wexler Brothers Productions); also includes list of subscribers for Wayne's "Songs and Sonets of John Donne" and names for the book's nominative (dedication) page.
Box 33, Folder 3

John Donne, Songs + Sonnets Invoices. 1959-1963, 1965.

Scope and Content Note

Invoices for sales of Wayne's "Songs and Sonets of John Donne" to: Mrs. Moore S. Achenbach; Mrs. Miki Benoff; Alexander M. Bing; Jane Darvin; Daniel and Ruth Feder; Fred Grunwald; Mr. and Mrs. Felix Juda; Dr. Benjamin Jurin; Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Kadden; Gladys Kaufman; Lewis Kaufman; Mrs. Alvin Kleeb; Karl Kup (Curator of Prints, New York Public Library); Dr. and Mrs. Milton Lane; Los Angeles County Museum of Art; Abe Lubin; Samuel Lustgarten; Doris Maxwell; Dr. and Mrs. John C. Mergener; Dr. and Mrs. Milton Miller; Dr. Lester M. Morrison; Margery Nemeth; Ruth and Harry Nierenberg; Dr. and Mrs. Aaron Nisenson; Rochelle Orchard; Agnes Plumb; Dr. Marcus H. Rabwin; Anita and Leo Rangell; Dan Rosen; Halina and Bernard Rosenthal; Allan P. Sindler; Ben and Dorothy Smith; Dr. Philip Solomon; Dr. A.M. Targow; Dr. Helen Tausend; Mr. and Mrs. Sig Theil; Mr. and Mrs. Philip Wain; Dr. Milton Wexler; Yale Wexler; Zeitlin & Ver Brugge.
Box 33, Folder 4

John Donne, Songs + Sonnets Public Collections, Libraries. 1958, 1960.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents re replacement covers and purchases of Wayne's "Songs and Sonets of John Donne" include: Mrs. Moore S. Achenbach; Jenx Nyholm (Northwestern University Library, Evanton, IL); Robert Honeyman, Jr.; Frank S. Hanlin (Head, Acquisitions Department, State University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA); Mrs. P.B. Haga (Acquisitions Department, University of Minnesota Library, Minneapolis, MN); Wilkie Foundation (Des Plaines, IL); Zeitlin & Ver Brugge; also includes list of names and addresses of subscribers.
Box 155, Folder 11

John Donne: "Friends of English". 2008-2009.

Box 156, Folder 2

John Donne: "Friends of English" Invite Info 2-15-09. 2009.

 

Subseries 7: Legislation. 1973-2011.

Scope and Content Note

This subseries includes correspondence regarding a zoning amendment to the Los Angeles Municipal Code, and Wayne's statement presented at a public hearing (1981) in support of the amendment. Also includes correspondence from Artists for Tax Equity and various U.S. and California state senators regarding Section 263(A) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 and Assembly Bill 1054.
Box 41, Folder 18

Art Organizations and Workshops AB1054. 1975.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents re Assembly Bill 1054 include: Gathy Fels (Secretary, Los Angeles Chapter, Artists Equity Association, Inc., Long Beach, CA); Rob Blumberg (President, Artists for Economic Action); Hamish Sandison (Executive Director, Bay Area Lawyers for the Arts, Berkeley, CA); Judy Baca (Director, Citywide Murals, Mural Resource Center, Los Angeles, CA); Terry Inch (Cirrus Editions, Los Angeles, CA); Fidel Danieli (Associate Professor of Art & Art Department Chairman, Los Angeles Valley College, Van Nuys, CA); Stanley Grensteine (Gemini); Ben Horowitz (Heritage Gallery, Art Dealers Association); Leith Johnson (painter and graphic artist); Bob Smith (Los Angeles Institute of Contemporary Art (L.A.I.C.A.), Los Angeles, CA); Werner Z. Hirsh and Bonnie Thompson (Friends of the Graphic Arts at UCLA); Henry S. Parrish (Waller's Fine Custom Framing, Tamarind Institute, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM); also includes brochure for Californians and the Arts (California Arts Commission, 1975 January) and press release from Los Angeles Printmaking Society re formation of Ad Hoc Committee of artists, dealers, scholars and art collectors to oppose Assembly Bill 1054.
Box 41, Folder 19

Political People re: AB1054 Directory of Gov Services. 1975, 1978.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents re Assembly Bill 1054 include: John Brademas (Congressman, U.S. House of Representatives) to Lloyd Rigler (Associated Councils of the Arts, New York, NY); Peter H. Behr (California State Senator); Lawrence Briskin (Administrative Assistant, California State Assembly); Dennis E. Carpenter (California State Senator); Jim Cathcart (California State Senator); Randolph Collier (California State Senator); Robert E. Duffy, Jr. (attorney, McKenna & Fitting, Los Angeles, CA); Arlen Gregorio (California State Senator); Joint Committee on The Arts, California Legislature re proposal by Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. for creation of California Arts Council (1975 June 6), and appointment of Jacques Barzaghi as Special Assistant to the Governor for the Arts (1975 August 25); James R. Mills (President Pro Tempore, California Senate); Omer L. Rains (California State Senator); Newton R. Russell (California State Senator); Jack Schrade (California State Senator); Alan Sieroty (California State Assembly); Robert S. Stevens (California State Senator); Walter W. Stiern (California State Senator); John Stull (California State Senator); James Q. Wedworth (California State Senator); George N. Zenovich (California State Senator); also includes booklet, "A Directory of Government Services from Councilwoman Peggy Stevenson, 13th District [Los Angeles, CA]", revised 1978.
Box 41, Folder 20

Political Testimony re artist zoning/1981. 1981.

Scope and Content Note

Includes notice from Raymond I. Norman (Secretary, City Planning Commission, City of Los Angeles, CA) of public hearing re proposed amendment to Los Angeles Municipal Code to permit consideration of applications involving mixed residential and industrial or commercial uses for artists and artisans in the commercial and industrial zones; summary and recommendations from Los Angeles City Planning Department; statement by June Wayne given at public hearing (1981 June 4) in support of the amendment.
Box 41, Folder 21

Re 263A Polit 04 1987. 1987, 1988.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents re Section 263(a) of Internal Revenue Code of 1986 include: Darla R. Andersz [?]; Artists for Tax Equity (AFTE, New York, NY) press release re repeal of tax code provision in Congress (1988 October 24); Paul Basista (AFTE); Senator William Bradley; Rep. Philip M. Crane; Senator Alan Cranston; Lee Crystal (MacNeil/Lehrer News Hour, New York, NY); Senator Bob Dole re revision of uniform capitalization rules; Representative Thomas J. Downey re passage of Miscellaneous Revenue Act of 1987 by House of Representatives; Gilbert S. Edelson (attorney, Rosenman & Colin, New York, NY) to Joyce Kozloff (artist); Susan Einstein (photographer); Milton Esterow (editor, ARTnews); Congressman Harold Ford; Vida Ratzlaff Hackman to Senator Bob Packwood; Senator John Heinz; [William H.] Honan (writer, New York Times); Mr. Katz; Lee Kessler (American Arts Alliance, Washington D.C.); Shelley Lee (Visual Artists & Galleries Association (VAGA), New York, NY) re United States applying to join the Berne Convention for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Works (1988 November 1); Los Angeles Ad Hoc Art Committee; Loren Madsen (artist); Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan; Franklin D. Murphy (Chairman, Times Mirror Company, Los Angeles, CA); Senator Claude Pepper; Joy Picus (Councilwoman, Los Angeles, CA); Lloyd Rigler; Katherine Rowe (Director of Legal Services, Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts (VLA)); Paul Skrabut (AFTE); Larry Stein (Producer, "Arts L.A.", KCRW Radio 89.9, Santa Monica, CA); Rep. William M. Thomas; Joel Wachs (Los Angeles City Councilman); Rep. Henry A. Waxman; Senator Pete Wilson; Congressman Sidney R. Yates; also includes: letter from Caroline L. Ahmanson (philanthropist) thanking Wayne for the Fresno exhibition catalogue, "June Wayne--The Djuna Set: Fresno Art Museum, May 3 Through August 4, 1988"; American Council for the Arts "Update" newsletter, vol. 9, no. 5 (1988 May 31); issue of The Hollywood Reporter (Vol. CCCIII, no. 13, Thursday, 1988 July 14) with article by James Ulmer, "Hollywood attacks tax law change" on p. 2; photocopies of articles by Amei Wallach, "Museums Hear the Tax Man Knocking" (New York Newsday, 1988 September 28); Grace Glueck, "Museums Feel the Pinch of Tax Law Changes" (New York Times, 1988 October 3), Irvin Molotsky, "Tax Bill Is Lifting Curbs On Julia Child's Oregano" (New York Times, 1988 November 6); and a Legislative Alert from Senator Pete Domenici, "Easing Taxes on Artists and Writers (1988 August 9); various phone message slips to Wayne, and postcard from Mina Tang Kan with photocopy of article, "Bill Would Aid Artists Selling Their Work" (Insight, 1988 May 30.)
Box 41, Folder 22

Polit 05: 263A Documentation. 1987, 1988.

Scope and Content Note

Reference material re Section 263A uniform capitalization rules for artists, authors, photographers, and others; includes photocopies of articles from magazines, newspapers, Congressional Record (1988 April 29), press releases, radio broadcast transcripts (Backstage at Royce, "Tax Talk", 91.5 KUSC FM), a motion introduced by Joel Wachs (Los Angeles City Councilman), and announcements from the National Academy of Songwriters (NAS), Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts (VLA), Los Angeles Ad Hoc Art Committee, National Endowment for the Arts (NEA), Liz Robbins Associates, Graphic Arts Guild of New York, Richard Aaron C.P.A., National Artists Equity News (Winter 1988), and Artists for Tax Equity (AFTE.)
Box 42, Folder 1

Polit 06: 236A Correspondence. 1987, 1988.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents re Section 236A of Internal Revenue Code of 1986 include: Caroline L. Ahmanson (philanthropist); Senator William Bradley; Rudd Brown; Selma [Holo?] (Director, Fisher Gallery, University of Southern California (USC), Los Angeles, CA); Lee Kessler (American Arts Alliance, Washington D.C.); Loren Madsen (artist); Judith Michaelson (writer, Los Angeles Times); Eudie Moore; Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan; Franklin D. Murphy (Chairman, Times Mirror Company, Los Angeles, CA) and wife, Judy; Katherine Rowe (Director of Legal Services, Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts (VLA)); Claire Segal; Paul Skrabut (Artists for Tax Equity (AFTE), New York, NY); Robin Vaccarino (artist and faculty member, Otis Art Institute of Parsons School of Design, Los Angeles, CA); Bill Wilson (writer, Los Angeles Times); Theodore F. Wolff (art critic, Christian Science Monitor); Senator Sidney R. Yates; also includes list of "key players to whom to write" and photocopies of articles about the Tax Reform Act of 1986 and uniform capitalization rules published in Art in America, ARTnews, Graphic Artists Guild of New York, Hollywood Reporter, The Independent, Los Angeles Times, Newsweek, New York Times, Pasadena Star News, and Time; page from the Los Angeles Times with article, "House Passes Minor Changes in '86 Tax Law" (1988 August 5.)
Box 42, Folder 2

Polit 07: Phone nos. re:263A. 1988.

Scope and Content Note

Includes lists of contacts re Section 236A of Internal Revenue Code of 1986; list of attendees at meeting held at Wayne's studio (1988 April 23); list of names, addresses and telephone numbers for "Constitutional Officers"; various pieces of paper and Post-it notes with names and telephone numbers; telephone message notes.
Box 42, Folder 3

Polit 08 re: 263A Misc. undated material. 1986, 1988.

Scope and Content Note

Various materials re Section 236A of Internal Revenue Code of 1986, including meeting notices, agenda notes, sample letters, articles, text of "Internal Revenue Service's Notice of Proposed Rulemaking and Temporary Regulations on Capitalization and Inclusion in Inventory of Certain Costs" (1987 August 4), text of Tax Reform Act of 1986 Conference Report (1986 September 18), Artists for Tax Equity (AFTE) brochure, "Fair Taxes for Artists," and contact information for Congressmen.
Box 42, Folder 4

Original Newspaper Articles Polit 09. 1988.

Scope and Content Note

Newspaper articles re Section 236A of Internal Revenue Code of 1986: William H. Honan, "Artists of All Disciplines, Newly Militant, Are Fighting for Their Rights" (New York Times, March 3, 1988); Andrew L. Yarrow, "Harris Poll Finds Arts Attendance Has Declined" (New York Times, 1988 March 16); Judith Michaelson, "The Boston Tea Party of the Arts' Visual and Free- Lance Artists Claim New Tax Law Unfairly Limits Deductions" (Los Angeles Times, 1988 March 29); Douglas C. McGill, "Artists Fear Impact of Curb on Tax Writeoffs" (New York Times, 1988 April 7); Ellen Lubell "Painting by Numbers: Under the New Tax Rules, Art Doesn't Count If It Doesn't Sell" (Village Voice, 1988 April 12); Gary Klott, "I.R.S. Changes Rule to Ease Burden on Artists and Writers" (New York Times, 1988 May 14); Judith Michaelson, "IRS Grants Artists Partial Tax Relief" (Los Angeles Times, 1988 May 14); James Ulmer, "Hollywood attacks tax law change" (Hollywood Reporter, Thursday, 1988 July 14); Jan M. Rosen, "Tax Watch: Changes Allow Refunds for 1987" (New York Times, 1988 November 21.)
Box 42, Folder 5

Congress 1998 Polit 10. 1998.

Scope and Content Note

Letter from Wayne "To all Representatives and Senators of the United States" re impeachment process of President Bill Clinton, and the "Starr Report" issued by Independent Counsel Kenneth W. Starr; includes copy of letter with personal message from Wayne to Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan.
Box 42, Folder 6

Political Letters Polit 011. 1973, 1975, 1988.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents re the Sieroty Print Disclosure Bill AB 1054 include: Robert E. Duffy, Jr. (attorney, McKenna & Fitting, Los Angeles, CA); Milton [Esterow] (editor, ARTnews); Grace Glueck (writer, New York Times); Senator Arlen Gregorio (California State Senate); Terry Inch (Cirrus Editions, Los Angeles, CA); Max Kozloff (artist); Senator Omer L. Rains (California State Senate); Rep. Henry [Waxman].
Box 42, Folder 7

Polit 12. 1977, 1988.

Scope and Content Note

Two issues of ARTnews with articles re Alan Sieroty bill S.B. 1021 by Albert Elsen, "The art bills: pluses and minuses" (vol. 76, no. 8, 1977 October, pp. 52-54); Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan, "Don't Turn Artists into Accountants" (vol. 87, no. 6, 1988 Summer, p. 214.)
Box 42, Folder 8

Polit 12. 1988.

Scope and Content Note

Issue of Art in America with article on Section 263A of the Tax Reform Act of 1986 by Walter Robinson, "Taxing the Imagination" (1988 July, p. 41.)
Box 155, Folder 1

Fine Print Law 2011. 2011.

 

Subseries 8: Mixed. 1951-2009.

Scope and Content Note

This subseries includes miscellaneous correspondence from friends and colleagues regarding Wayne's work, acquisition of printing supplies and equipment, arrangements for establishing the Tamarind Lithography Workshop at the University of New Mexico, Wayne's "Dorothy Series" exhibition opening at the Jewish Museum in New York (1982), and Wayne's appearance in the Picasso play, "Catch Desire by the Tail" at the Guggenheim Museum (1984 October 25, 26) with Jeanne Moreau, David Hockney and others. Also includes correspondence regarding the proposed removal of Richard Serra's "Tilted Arc" sculpture in Federal Plaza, New York, Wayne's convocation speech at College Art Association (CAA), New York (1990 February 16), and Wayne's trips to Australia.

Organization and Arrangement

After "Wayne miscellaneous," subseries is arranged alphabetically. After "ZI Miscellaneous," legal-sized boxes are listed alphabetically.

Processing Information

Includes materials from the July 2012 addition.
Box 4, Folder 2

Seidenman, Stella & Lenny 1970s. 1969, 1970-1972, 1975-1977.

Scope and Content Note

Tamarind Lithography Workshop expenses, Munich trip and Dublin stone trip (1970); Garo Antreasian (Tamarind Lithography Workshop, University of New Mexico) w/ Graphic Chemical & Ink Company re lithography stones; announcement re availability of loan exhibition from the Tamarind Collection, "Tamarind: A Renaissance of Lithography" (1971 March); Wayne's arrangements for establishing the Tamarind Lithography Workshop at the University of New Mexico; Wayne's discussion w/ Leonard Seidenman re Alois Senefelder catalogue; Stella Seidenman re: Dublin auction of Irish stones; Wayne's PBS television show experience; Wayne's plans for exhibition in Paris (1974); Wayne's article, "The Creative Process: Artists, Carpenters and the Flat Earth Society"; letter from Hank Plone to Stella and Lennie re Wayne's exhibition at International Art Fair in Basel (1976 June) and Wayne being awarded an honorary doctorate from the International College of Advanced Studies; acquisition of Wayne's "Lemmings" tapestry by UCLA Institute for Molecular Biology, funded by Lloyd Rigler.
Box 4, Folder 3

Seidenman Correspondence, 1966-1967. 1965-1968.

Scope and Content Note

Acquisition of lithography stones; correspondents include Stella Seidenman (acting as agent), Henry Geldzahler (National Foundation on the Arts and Humanities), Douglas MacAgy, Tatanya Grossman, and Roger L. Stevens (Chairman, National Foundation of the Arts and the Humanities)
Box 4, Folder 4

Seidenman Correspondence, 1961, 1964-1967. 1961, 1964-1967.

Scope and Content Note

Acquisition of lithography stones and paper; correspondents include Stella Seidenman (acting as agent), Herbert Bayer, Marcel Durassier (master printer), Vera Freeman (Andrew/Nelson/Whitehead Inc., New York), Romas Viesulas (lithographer), Mariani & de Colombari (Cartiere Burgo, Rome), Pierre Heissat (Papeteries de Lana, Maurice Lécole & Cie.), E. Souze and A. Peraudeau (Moulins a Papier du Val-de-Laga, Paris); discussion of Wayne's marriage to Hank Plone (1964 December 26.)
Box 4, Folder 5

Seidenman Correspondence, 1969. 1961, 1965, 1966, 1969.

Scope and Content Note

Acquisition of lithography stones; correspondents include: Dr. Theo Kress (Solenhofer Aktien-Verrin, Solenhofen, Germany); Stella Seidenman (acting as agent.); Cliff Smith. Print exhibition at Palazzo Strozzi in Florence (1968 December-1969 January); correspondents include: Armando Nocentini (Mostra Internazionale della Grafica, Florence, Italy), Dr. Vittorio Sanguineti, and Joseph C. Wheeler (American Consulate) re shipping of catalogues and prints; Stella Seidenman re translation of catalogue by Marie Claire Vitale. Leonardo Magini (Il Torcoliere art gallery and print workshop, Rome) re translation and publishing of Wayne publications.
Box 4, Folder 6

Seidenman Correspondence, 1968. 1968.

Scope and Content Note

Print exhibition at Palazzo Strozzi in Florence (1968 December-1969 January); correspondents include: Armando Nocentini (Mostra Internazionale della Grafica, Florence, Italy). Acquisition of lithography stones; correspondents include: Stella Seidenman (acting as agent); Roger L. Stevens (Chairman, National Council on the Arts, Washington D.C.); and Cliff Smith. Other subjects include: Elsa and W. McNeil ("Mac") Lowry (Director, Program in Humanities and the Arts, Ford Foundation); Renzo and Flavia Romero.
Box 4, Folder 7

Seidenman Archive Addendum 1968-1995. 1968, 1971, 1988, 1995, no date.

Scope and Content Note

Documents sent by Nina Seidenman after the death of her father, Leonard Seidenman in May 1995. Subjects include: Acquisition of lithography stones w/ correspondence from Cliff Smith, Stella Seidenman, and Manlio Pasquetti (Director, Touring Club Italiano). Print exhibition at Palazzo Strozzi in Florence (1968 December-1969 January); correspondents include: Armando Nocentini (Mostra Internazionale della Grafica, Florence, Italy.) New York Times obituary for Leonard Seidenman.
Box 4, Folder 8

Jarry, Madeleine Correspondence, 1970-82. 1970, 1980-1982.

Scope and Content Note

Madeleine Jarry re Wayne's "Dorothy" exhibition; stained glass project; Madeline's "Chinoiserie" book; Madeleine's illness.
Box 4, Folder 9

Freeman, Vera Correspondence 1959-1993. 1965-1967, 1970-1972, 1980-1982, 1984.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence w/ Vera G. Freeman, re Wayne's acquiring lithography paper from Andrews/Nelson/Whitehead (New York), w/ some paper samples included; Wayne's continuing litigation; Wayne's "Dorothy Series" exhibition; purchase of Tamarind brochures, "The Beauty and Longevity of the Original Printing"; Wayne's purchase award of the Biennale d'Epinal, France.
Box 4, Folder 10

Freeman, Vera Correspondence 1959-1993. 1959-1961, 1964-1965.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence w/ Vera G. Freeman, re Wayne's acquiring lithography paper from Andrews/Nelson/Whitehead (New York); subjects include paper test analysis; master printer Marcel Durassier; Mr. Mariani (Cartiere Burgo, Rome); Mr. Roverelli (Fabriano, Rome), Mr. Tonalini and Mr. Padetti; E. Souze and A. Peradreau (Moulins a Papier du Val-de-Laga, Paris).
Box 5, Folder 3

MacNeil, Lowry Estate Correspondence 1964-1993. 1986-1990, 1992.

Scope and Content Note

New Yorker magazine (1986 December 22) containing article, "Conversations with Kirstein -- II", an interview by W. McNeil Lowry of Lincoln Kirstein (president, School of American Ballet; director, New York City Ballet); articles on the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA); Tamarind situation at the University of New Mexico (1992); note from Elsa Lowry; photographs of Congressman Frank Thompson, House of Representatives.
Box 5, Folder 9

Feinblatt, Ebria (LACMA) 1981-1990. 1981-1985, 1990.

Scope and Content Note

Les Estrin (Ledler Corporation) and Lloyd E. Rigler re Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) acquisition of Tamarind prints; Wayne's request to Ebria to write essay for UCLA Grunwald Center for the Graphic Arts exhibition honoring Tamarind's 25th anniversary; invitation and text by Gerard Pinkus honoring Ebria at reception for LACMA's Graphic Arts Council exhibition "In Honor of Ebria Feinblatt Curator of Prints and Drawings 1947-1985"; Wayne's text for LACMA's Graphic Arts Council memorial tribute to Ebria Feinblatt (1990 September 9.)
Box 6, Folder 5

Correspondence--"K". 1982-1983, 1985, 1991, no date.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Alex Kahn; Jacob Kainen; Kalamazoo Handmade Papers (Timothy Barrett, proprietor); Mike and Faye Kanin (screenwriters); Jalona Goldstein Kantor; Jessica Karraker.
Box 6, Folder 6

Correspondences--"K". 1980-1981, 1984-1986, 1988.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Flora L. Kaplan; Gertrude Kasle (dealer, Bloomington, MI); Kathy Kauffman (Assistant Professor of Art, Sierra Nevada College, Lake Tahoe, CA); Barbara Kaufman; Nancy Kaufman; Nancy Kaukas (book dealer); Eudice Shapiro Kast (wife of George Kast, musician and chairman of the L.A. Philharmonic orchestra committee.)
Box 6, Folder 7

Miscellaneous Correspondences (A-C). 1965-1991.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Laura Andreson; Ira and Muriel Bach; Hélène Baltrušaitis (daughter of art historian H. Focillon, wife of Jurgis Baltrusaitis, art critic and president of Lithuania); David Barajas; Hank Baum Gallery (San Francisco, CA); Edward Biberman (artist); Dorothy and Michael Blankfort; Maurice Bloch; Mischa Borodkin; Christiane Botrel (Assistant, Cultural Services, U.S. Embassy, Paris); Sara Holmes Boutelle (University of California, Santa Cruz) re Wayne's participation in "Women and the Visual Arts" course (1983 June); Hans Burkhardt re Mark Tobey exhibition (1991, Los Angeles); Betty Chamberlain (writer, American Artist magazine; director, Art Information Center, New York); Chrysalis Gallery, Claremont, CA (Dennis Garcia, owner) re Wayne's exhibition of four lithographs (1982 November 30-December); Charles Champlin (entertainment editor, Los Angeles Times); Mae Churchill (Los Angeles civil-liberties activist); Sylvan Cole (Associated American Artists, New York); Edgardo Contini (architect); Jack Berkman (Associated American Artists) re Gloria Cortella; Norman Corwin (writer, film director, producer) re Wayne's film, "Four Stones for Kanemitsu"; Deborah Cotton (Cotton & Bass, Public Relations, New York.)
Box 6, Folder 8

Miscellaneous Correspondences (D-G). 1972-1987.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Elaine de Kooning (artist; wife of Willem de Kooning); Phyllis Dennercy; Burhan Dogançay (artist); Milt and Harriet Dienas; Stephen Doherty (editor, American Artist); Lani Lattin Duke (director, Center for Education in the Arts, J. Paul Getty Trust, Santa Monica, CA); Debby B. Edelsohn (public relations); Mr. & Mrs. Leo Ettleson re Bar Mitzvah invitation for their son, Bruce J. Ettleson; Marta Feuchtwanger (widow of German exile writer Lion Feuchtwanger); Richard P. Feynman (physicist); Robert Finn (music critic, The Plain Dealer, Cleveland, OH); Jean Fox re Mischa Borodkin's address; Sonia Gechtoff (artist); Emily Genauer (art critic); Henry Green; Carlo P. Giuntini; also includes photocopy from the Reader: Los Angeles' Free Weekly with article by Lawrence Weschler, "Twentieth-Century Woman: Marta Feuchtwanger's Extraordinary Journey" (1979 September 14.)
Box 6, Folder 9

Miscellaneous Correspondences (H-L). 1971-1991.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Juliette Halioua (New York) re exhibiting Wayne's work; Marie Hall; Daniel K. Herrick (Vice Director for Finance, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York); John Hess (journalist, New York Times); Thomas B. Hess (editor, ART News) re Wayne's exhibition at the Dickson Art Center, UCLA (1970 November 1-1971 February 14); Identicolor; John Jay Iselin (President, WNET, New York); Michelle Isenberg (Corporate Art Consultants); Ruth Iskin (Program Specialist, Department of The Arts, UCLA Extension) re Wayne's participation in "Dialogues on Contemporary Art Issues" lecture series; Beatrice A. Kaplan re Wayne's "Dorothy Series"; obituary for Lynton R. Kistler (lithographer); Toby Judith Klayman re artist questionnaire; Ben Kubasik (New York); Lillian Lesser; Esther and Al Lewin; Arthur Lidov (painter, illustrator, inventor, New York); Carl E. Loeffler (La Mamelle, San Francisco) re statement written by Wayne and Joyce Treiman re exhibition, "75 Years of California Art" at the San Francisco Museum of Art (1976); Long Beach Museum of Art (Kent Smith; Connie Fitzsimons, curator.)
Box 6, Folder 10

Miscellaneous Correspondences (M). 1979-1991.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Mary M. Malott (artist); Ilse M. Jouette (IMJ Advertising and Public Relations, Sherman Oaks, CA) and Mardi May (Specialized Personnel Agency) re Wayne's Outstanding Communicator Award from Women in Advertising group; Mary Abbe Martin (art critic, Minneapolis Star and Tribune) re review of Wayne's exhibition; Esther McCoy (author); David Travers (administrator of the Estate of Esther McCoy); Rita and Lester Morrison; transcript of interview by Steve Mullen (editor, Artsmarket) with Wayne; also includes issue of art$market (published by California Confederation of the Arts, Vol. 1, No. 2, 1979 February.)
Box 6, Folder 11

Miscellaneous Correspondences (P-Z). 1982-1991, 1993.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Robert Panza (Visual Artists and Galleries Association (VAGA), New York, NY) re artists' copyright issues; Ray Parker (artist); Jon Phillips (senior researcher, Arts Newsmagazine, WGBH TV, New York) re "Signals: A Weekly Arts Newsmagazine" development proposal; Peter Pollack and Frederick Pollack (Peter's son); Rita Pynoos re film on Louise Nevelson; Gordon Quartermain; obituary for Juliet Man Ray (widow of Man Ray);
Box 6, Folder 12

Miscellaneous Correspondences (P-Z). 1963-1993.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Arnold Schifrin (artist) re Wayne's College Art Association speech (1990); Art Seidenbaum (writer and editor, Los Angeles Times); Dee Sherwood re memorial for her husband, Richard, at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), 1993 April 18; Camilla Synder (art reporter, Los Angeles Herald Examiner); Arthur Millier (Art Department, Herald Examiner), Jackie Dashiell (editor, Women's World, Herald Examiner); Florence Theil; Beatrice Warde aerogramme to Jake Zeitlin re Wayne's "John Donne" series; Mimi and David White; Max Yavno (photographer), G. Ray Hawkins (photography dealer.)
Box 7, Folder 1

Entenza, John 1981-87. 1965, 1979, 1981-1984, 1987.

Scope and Content Note

John D. Entenza (director, Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts; editor, Arts & Architecture) re being awarded a distinguished service medal by the American Institute of Architects (AIA); Elaine K.S. Jones (Mrs. A. Quincy Jones) re acquiring a color television for Mr. Entenza; map of La Jolla; Thornton Abel, Saul Bass, Geri Cavanaugh, Edgardo Contini, Ray Eames, Craig Elwood, Barbara Goldstein, Elaine Jones, Bernard Kester, Pierre Koenig, Jeffrey Lindsey, Sam Maloof, Esther McCoy, Eudorah Moore, Harry Newman, John Pastier, Paul Prezja, Julius Schulman, Deb Sussman, and Frank and Edith Wylie re AIA banquet for Entenza (1984 January 21); invitations to Graham Foundation tribute for Entenza (1984 June 26); resolution of recognition from Harold Washington (mayor of Chicago); Peter C. Papademetriou (professor of architecture, Rice University) re location of Entenza papers.
Box 7, Folder 6

Tabak, May Natalie and Rosenberg, Patia. 1969, 1973, 1981, 1982, 1984, 1987, 1991, no date.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: May Natalie Tabak Rosenberg (wife of art critic, Harold Rosenberg) re catalog for Tamarind exhibition "Tamarind: Homage to Lithography" at Museum of Modern Art (1969 April, New York); tear sheets with articles by Tabak from "Craft Horizons" magazine; Patia Rosenberg (May's daughter) re her mother's illness; transcript of taped interview by Wayne of May (1982 January 29.)
Box 7, Folder 9

Miscellaneous Correspondences KI. 1981, 1984, 1989-1991.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Craig B. Kincaid re valuation of Wayne's "Visa" and "The Good Morrow" lithographs; Lincoln Kirstein re Wayne's "Dorothy Series" exhibition opening at the Jewish Museum (1982 January 19); exhibition of her paintings at Armstrong Gallery (New York, 1984 October) and her appearance in Picasso play, "Catch Desire by the Tail" at the Guggenheim Museum (1984 October 25, 26) with Jeanne Moreau, David Hockney and others; Edna Kissman (joint-managing director, Burson- Marsteller public relations firm, London); Jeanne Kitaj re Wayne's College Art Association speech.
Box 7, Folder 10

Dubois, Jeannine/La Demeure. 1976, 1977, 1979, 1981-1991.

Scope and Content Note

Jeannine Dubois (commercial manager, La Demeure, Paris) re: Wayne's participation in "Graphique" exhibition (1974 December 5-January 5) and the Salon de Mai (1983, Paris); photographs of friends of Jeannine's at a function (1988 December); Wayne's travels to Australia and Japan (1989 March.)
Box 8, Folder 2

Miscellaneous Correspondences WE. 1982-1983, 1985-1986, 1988, 1990.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include:: Edith Weiss re Wayne's tribute to Herman Weiss (1986); Theodora Wells; Bea Weinstein (Phoenix, AZ) re Women's Caucus for Art (WCA); Dan Welden (Sag Harbor, NY) re Wayne's paper, "Broken Stones and Whooping Cranes: Thoughts of a Wilful Artist"; Lester Wertheimer (architect, Los Angeles, CA) re Wayne's PBS television show; John Wetenhall (curator of paintings, Birmingham Museum of Art) re Wayne's speech at College Art Association (New York, 1990); International Documentary Association (IDA) newsletter re Haskell Wexler, cinematographer; (Tama Williams (Philadelphia, PA) re Fresno Art Museum catalog;
Box 8, Folder 10

Elliott, Carole. 1978, 1980, 1981.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Carol Elliott and Marcia Durrant re repairing Wayne's roof; William L. Shroyer (national marketing manager, Fred A. Wilson Company) re roof problems in Wayne's building.
Box 9, Folder 6

Harrow, Gustave. 1977, 1980-1984.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Gustave Harrow (Assistant Attorney General, State of New York) re "Print Disclosure Law" (Senate bill 4154); Cleveland State Law Review article by Harrow, "Reflections on Estate of Rothko: The Role of the Legal Advisor in Relation to the Artist" (vol. 26:573); Art Letter (1981 September), "Reading the Fine Print: New Rules for Graphics in N.Y. State"; New York Artists Equity Association (1982 June) article on Gustave Harrow luncheon; Rothko biographical film ["The Rothko Conspiracy"?]; Wayne's litigation with Terry Sanders; Harriet Lebish (Armstrong Gallery, New York) re consignment agreement for loan of Wayne's work; Letters to the Editor, "Artist Rights and Free Enterprise Can Coexist" (New York Times, 1987 December 12.)
Box 9, Folder 7

Harrow, Gustave. 1985, 1987.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents included: Gustave Harrow re proposed removal of Richard Serra's "Tilted Arc" sculpture in Federal Plaza, New York; Richard Serra to President Ronald Reagan; Harrow to Honorable Dwight A. Ink (Acting Administrator, General Services Administration, Washington D.C.) re GSA hearings on Serra sculpture situation; Richard Serra letter to editor of New York Times; article by Douglas C. McGill on Richard Serra's "Tilted Arc" sculpture remaining in Federal Plaza, New York.
Box 10, Folder 3

Robotronics/Rockwell International. 1978, 1982,1983.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Bob Heer (Robotronics, Los Angeles) re Mita Copystar 900D printer problems; Patti F. Mancini (Vice President, External Affairs & Communications, North American Space Operations, Rockwell International Corporation, Downey, CA) with enclosure of commemorative portfolio containing photographs, medallions, and informational brochures of the Columbia Space Shuttle's inaugural operational flight, STS-5 (1982 November 11-16.)
Box 10, Folder 4

Rockwell International. 1982.

Scope and Content Note

21 color photographs mounted on three-hole punched board showing Space Shuttle Columbia's Mission STS-5 (1982 November 11-16.)
Box 12, Folder 3

O Miscellaneous: The Oakland Museum; O'Brien, Elaine; O'Callaghan, Kate; Odette, Judy; Ogawa, Kiroko; Olivier, Faviana; O'melveny & Myers; Orion Editions. 1951,1976, 1980-1984, 1987, 1990-1992, 1994.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Elaine O'Brien re dissertation proposal; Oakland Museum (Therese Heyman, Senior Curator, Prints and Photographs; Philip E. Linhares, Chief Curator of Art; Karen Nelson, Interpretive Specialist) re slides of Wayne's work, articles, "The Djuna Set" catalog, and Wayne's participation in panel, "An Evening with the Los Angeles Modernists" (1990 November 7); Kate O'Callaghan re her article for American Tapestry Alliance (ATA) newsletter, "Tapestry Topics"; Judy Odette; Hiroko Ogawa re her Sashiko quilting class exhibition; Faviana Olivier (art consultant, Boston, MA); O'Melveny & Myers (law office, Los Angeles, CA) re Wayne biographical information and the firm's art collection; Orion Editions (Fred Deitzel) re slides of Wayne's work; Cynthia Osborne re purchasing Rives litho paper.
Box 13, Folder 2

WOO Miscellaneous. 1984, 1986, 1994.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Michael Woo (Councilman, City of Los Angeles) re prostitution problem near Tamarind studio; Barbara Wood (producer, Centuripe Productions, Southfield MI) re including Wayne's "Dorothy Series" in cable television program for women; Judy Woods re quilt.
Box 13, Folder 3

WOR Miscellaneous: Workman, Andree Marechal; World Print Council; World Print News. 1981, 1985, 1987.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Andrée Maréchal-Workman; Judith Dunham (Director, World Print Council) re Louise Lewis' article on Wayne in April/May issue of "Print News" magazine; Melinda Wortz holiday note, 1987.
Box 14, Folder 14

PO Miscellaneous. 1974, 1977, 1983-1985, 1990, 1991, 1993.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Ruth Pollak, postcard; Polly Victor re her exhibition; Elizabeth Jones Popescue dissertation proposal topic, "Tamarind Lithography Workshop and the Revival of Fine Art Lithography in the United States (1956-1976)," Department of Art History, University of New Mexico; Betty Porter; Carol Porter, cards; Gordon Gilkey (Curator, Prints and Drawings, Portland Art Museum, Portland, OR) re Wayne's participation in Western States Print Invitational Exhibition (1985 July 23- September 15.)
Box 14, Folder 16

MA Miscellaneous Continued. 1982, 1984, 1985, 1990.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Abram Maguire re visit to Wayne's studio; Patti Mancini (Rockwell International, El Segundo, CA) re book by Dr. Joseph P. Allen; Donald Marron (Chairman and CEO, PaineWeber Group, New York) re article in Print Collectors Newsletter; M.P. Marion (The Prints and the Paulper, Racine, WI) re meeting Wayne at conference in New York; Bonnie Mattox re possibly renting property of Wayne's.
Box 14, Folder 17

MO Miscellaneous Continued. 1981, 1983, 1986, 1988, 1989, 1994.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Abraham A. Moles re his article, "Quelque Reflexions sur les Rapports Entre Art Contemporain et Ordinateur: l'Idee de Brevet Artistique"; Abram Morris re Wayne's opening; Josephine Kanton Morris re Wayne's Fresno exhibition catalogue; encounter with Bernard Childs in Paris; Wright Morris winning the Los Angeles Times Robert Kirsch Award (1981); Allan S. Morton re invitation to visit Wayne's studio; Sister Magdalen Coughlin (President, Mount St. Mary's College, Los Angeles) re invitation to "Many Voices, Many Visions" at Hancock Auditorium (1985 February 12.)
Box 15, Folder 12

MU Miscellaneous. 1981, 1983, 1991-1993.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Marian Goodman (Multiples Inc., New York) re discussion of exhibiting Wayne's work in New York concurrently with opening of "The Dorothy Series" at the Jewish Museum; Franklin Murphy re his receiving medal of service to National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C., National Gallery press release re retirement of Franklin Murphy and John R. Stevenson from board, article by Pat Gilmour in Print Quarterly, and Kanemitsu memorial materials; Kathleen Murphy re evening at Wayne's.
Box 16, Folder 9

Leeds, Pam. 1984-1989, 1995.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Pamela Leeds re death of Leeds' mother, Wayne speaking at the Pasadena Art Alliance, Wayne's participation in Westweek at the Pacific Design Center (1986 March), Women in Business meeting at Wayne' studio, submitting Wayne's name for a MacArthur Foundation Fellowship, National Museum of Women in the Arts, price of Wayne's "My Palomar" suite, Art Table membership, search for editor of New Art Examiner visual arts publication, Leeds graduate school work at Claremont College; Peter Kardon (Director of Planning, John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation) re Wayne's assessment of artist, Ellen Levy; Craig Houser (Editor, Art Journal) re proofing manuscript for issue edited by Ellen Levy, "Contemporary Art and the Genetic Code."
Box 16, Folder 10

Weiss, Peg. 1984, 1985.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence with Peg Weiss (Adjunct Professor, Art History, Syracuse University) re Weiss's "Blue Four" publication and "Kandinsky in Munich" exhibition; Weiss's visit to Wayne's studio and meeting with Franklin Murphy; College Art Association (CAA) Conference (New York, 1985.)
Box 16, Folder 11

Munro, Eleanor. 1980-1982, 1984.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondence with Ellie Munro re Wayne's "Dorothy Series" exhibition at the Jewish Museum (1982 January 19, New York), development into PBS television series; College Art Association (CAA) Conference (1982, New York); opening of Wayne's painting exhibition (1984 October 17, Armstrong Gallery, New York); Estella Lauter book, "Women as Mythmakers: Poetry and Visual Art by Twentieth-Century Women."
Box 19, Folder 13

Klein, Hank. 1985, 1988, 1989, 1991, 1992.

Scope and Content Note

Hank Klein (Art Department, Los Angeles Valley College) re Klein's article for Print News, "Tamarind at the Crossroads: Can it Survive its Own Success?"; recommendations for replacing Wayne's printing assistant, Ed Hamilton; Klein's article for Newsprint, "Defending the Ramparts or Giving the Store Away -- a Call for the Transformation of the Los Angeles Printmaking Society."
Box 20, Folder 7

Bernhard, Henry & Nancy. 1982, 1985, 1994.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Herb Bernhard re Wayne's global recognition; Wayne changing attorneys (from Greenberg, Bernhard, Weiss & Karma to Sanford Sugar, Esq.); insurance litigation; Bernhard merger with Jeffer, Mangels & Butler law firm; opening of Wayne's exhibition, "My Palomar and Beyond" (Associated American Artists, New York, 1985 November 30); also includes photographic New Years' cards from Bernhard family (1985, 1994.)
Box 20, Folder 17

BY MISCELLANEOUS Byrd, Joseph. 1977, 1982.

Scope and Content Note

Re check for acquisition of Wayne's prints; also includes Byrd's notes about his "Music from the Local Universe: A Genuine Space Opera."
Box 21, Folder 13

Australia Miscellaneous 1988/1989: Ganame Galleries, Noreen Grahame, Print Council of Australia, Ann Kirker, Queensland Art Gallery. 1987-1990, 1996.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Australian Print Workshop (Neil Leveson, Director, via Pat Gilmour); Grahame Galleries (Noreen Grahame) re frame strips, Wayne's visit to Australia, and announcements for exhibitions of work by Barbara Hanrahan, Bruno Leti, Jennifer Marshall, Ron McBurnie, Friedrich Meckseper, Leon Pericles, Jorg Schmeisser, Michael Kane Taylor, and Takayuki Yamada; Inge and Grahame King (German-born sculptor and Australian printmaker, respectively); Macquarie Galleries; National Gallery of Victoria (Irene Zdanowicz, Senior Curator of Prints and Drawings) re Wayne's Art Journal article, visit to Japan, and William Blake exhibition and catalogue; Print Council of Australia (Diane Soumilas, Director) re Wayne's speaking engagements at National Print Symposium (1989 March 25-27, Australian National Gallery, Canberra) and other galleries and printmaking institutions in Australia; also includes issue of the Print Council's quarterly journal, Imprint (vol. 31, no. 1, Autumn 1996); also includes envelope containing 20 business cards, and poster for William Kelly exhibition, 1990 March 23-May 11, Lehigh University (Bethlehem, PA); brochure for LUAG (Lehigh University) exhibitions and lectures, 1990.
Box 21, Folder 14

Australia Miscellaneous. 1987-1992, 1996.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Philippa Blaire re visiting Wayne's studio; also includes exhibition announcements; Katherine Goode re Wayne's travel plans in Australia; Petr Herel re his work; includes copy of catalogue from his exhibition in Prague (1990); Queensland Art Gallery (Doug Hall, Director) re acquisition of Wayne's lithograph, "At Last a Thousand III"; also includes exhibition catalogue, "The Jack Manton Exhibition 1989: Recent works by twelve Australian artists" [with signatures from 10 artists] and book, "The Power to Move: Aspects of Australian Photography"; (Anne Kirker, Curator of Prints, Drawings and Photographs) re visiting Wayne in Los Angeles; Pamela A. Whitlock (Acting Curator, Brisbane City Hall Art Gallery and Museum) re Wayne's exhibition at the Brisbane Central City Library (1989.)
Box 21, Folder 15

Australia Miscellaneous. 1988-1991, 1993.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Angela Bennie (The Australian newspaper); Stuart Gerstman (Stuart Gerstman Galleries) re addresses of contacts for Wayne in Australia; Gregory Heath re Wayne's visit and photographs taken; William Kelly re visiting Wayne's studios and Ricardo Viera's interest in exhibiting Wayne's work at Lehigh University Art Galleries (Bethlehem, PA); Adrian Newstead re traveling exhibition of Australian Aboriginal prints; Jörg Schmeisser re visiting Los Angeles and his Tokyo exhibition at Aoki; Brian Seidel re book on his work, visiting Los Angeles, and attending the Los Angeles Art Fair; Anna Murdoch (David Syme & Co., Ltd., Melbourne) re article on Wayne's work and Murdoch's pregnancy; Sue Walker (Director, Australian Tapestries) re meeting Wayne; Guy Warren re contact for Wayne in Alice Springs.
Box 22, Folder 1

Australia Miscellaneous. 1988, 1989, 1993.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Kim Westcott (printer, Australian Print Workshop) re death of Neil Leveson and Wayne's advice re preparing tannic acid mixture for lithographic use; also includes documents on Alice Springs Oasis Frontier Resort; Outback Ballooning Flight Certificates for Norma Bartman and Wayne in Alice Springs; information guide and catalogue, "Australian Tapestries from the Victorian Tapestry Workshop: Complete Works, 1976-1988" from Victorian Tapestry Workshop (Melbourne); pamphlet published by the Commission for the Future, "Think -- Or Perish! Towards a confident and productive Australia by Donald Horne, 1988.
Box 22, Folder 3

GA Miscellaneous. 1973, 1983, 1984, 1986-1995.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Signe Gallagher; Anthony Gallucci; Lonny Gans (Art Advisor/dealer); Tery Garay (KCOP) re material about Wayne and National Endowment of the Arts (NEA) controversy; Ofelia Garcia (President, Rosemont College, Philadelphia, PA); May Garelick, and Barbara Brenner re death of May Garelick; Elsa Garmire (Laser physicist); Mary Garrard; Marion Gartler re making repairs to Wayne's Safekeeper Vest garment; Diane Gaston; Lee Gaywood; also includes copy of Wayne's acceptance remarks for honorary doctorate from the Atlanta College of Art.
Box 22, Folder 4

GR Miscellaneous. 1982, 1987,1990.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Lillian Grant (nutritionist, Santa Monica, CA); Robert Gray; Phyllis Green (Emily Carr College of Art, Vancouver, BC, Canada); Phyllis Grody; Emmanuel Gross (Tramatela Gallery, New York) re possible exhibition of Wayne's tapestries.
Box 22, Folder 8

FR Miscellaneous. 1980-1982, 1985, 1988, 1991, 1992, 1995, 1996.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Ruth Francken re invitation to Wayne's exhibition in Paris; Ellen Frank; Evelyn Frank re donating Wayne's "Songs and Sonets of John Donne" to the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), New York; Maxi Frankel re sending Wayne the book, "The Odyssey of Jan Stussy in Black and White: Anxious Visions and Uncharted Dreams" by Albert Boime (1995); Antonio Frasconi (Argentine-born American printmaker) re Wayne's work; Burton B. Fredericksen (Director, Getty Provenance Index) re Wayne possibly depositing her archives at the Getty; Faiya Fredman (artist) re attending the La Valencia luncheon; Eva G. Fremont (Event Chair, Club 100, Music Center of Los Angeles County) re Wayne's participation in Club 100/KCET Women's Council luncheon/panel discussion, "The Art of Criticism" (1996 April 25); Fritz Axel From (College of Fine Arts in Stockholm, Sweden) re letter of introduction for Wayne from Nils Stenqvist; Susan Funkenstein (Curatorial intern, Modern Prints and Drawings, National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C.) re updating records.
Box 23, Folder 2

EA-ED Miscellaneous. 1984-1987, 1989-1991.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Debby Edelsohn; J.M. "Mel" Edelstein (Senior Bibliographer and Resource Coordinator, Getty Center for the History of Art and the Humanities [later known as the Getty Research Institute], Santa Monica, CA); also includes J. Paul Getty Trust Annual Report (1986-1988); brochures for the Getty Trust and Getty Grant Program; brochures on the interior design (Batey & Mack, architects) of the Getty Center; Parkett magazine article (1984) and Design Book Reviews (1986) on Kurt Forster (director, Getty Center for the History of Art and the Humanities); Newsweek article (1984 November 26) on the Getty Museum; ARTnews article (January 1986), Casa magazine article (1987 March), and Il Giornale dell'Arte (1987 October) on the Getty Center for the History of Art and the Humanities.
Box 23, Folder 5

EL Miscellaneous. 1981, 1983, 1985.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Virginia Mollner (El Camino College, Torrance, CA) re mailing list; Sheila Elias (postcard); Phyllis Eliasberg re her new job, Wayne's "The Dorothy Series" exhibition at Jewish Museum in New York; Diane Ellison re review of Wayne's work and acquiring "Jubal."
Box 24, Folder 3

TO Miscellaneous. 1985, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1994.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Akiyoshi Tokoro (Galerie Tokoro, Tokyo, Japan) re Wayne's visit; also includes maps and exhibition announcements for Galerie Tokoro; Kerry Tomlinson; Edith A. Tonelli (Director, UCLA Wight Art Gallery); Mallory Freeman (Tortue Gallery, Santa Monica, CA) re representing Wayne's work; Hugh Townley re Wayne's exhibition.
Box 24, Folder 4

Japan Miscellaneous. 1982-1984, 1987, 1989, 1990.

Scope and Content Note

Includes articles by and about Yasuko Terada (newspaper reporter), travel notes, and hotel messages; also includes guest list for reception held in Wayne's honor, envelope containing business cards, Hiroshima Museum of Art brochure, International Research Center for Japanese Studies brochure, Saibu Gas Museum catalogue, Contemporary Art-dealers' Association of Japan (CAA) booklet of gallery listings, and an issue of "Light On" Motoko lighting newsletter (Spring 1990); includes issue of Mainichi Weekly, with pencil note referring to article on p. 8 by Yasuko Terada, "Madurodam--A Miniature Town with Charm, Bustle" (1982 December 18.)
Box 24, Folder 5

Japan Miscellaneous. 1988-1991.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents re Wayne's visit to Japan include: Mitsuhiko Fukami (via Marge Devon); Howard Fox; Marshall M. Holleb (Holleb & Coff, Attorneys at Law, Chicago, IL) to Martin Cohen (Daiwa Securitie, Tokyo) and Frank Gibney re Wayne introduction; Hiromi Katayama; "Hibo" Kitashi Toaktsuki; Ikeda; Yasutoshi Ishibashi; Motoko Ishii; Shunsuke Kijima; holiday cards from Aya Kimura and S. Kimura; Kazuko Koike re slides of Wayne's work; Kuniko Lucy Kato; George Kuwayama (Senior Curator, Far Eastern Art, Los Angeles County Museum of Art); Sachiko Usui (International Canter for Japanese Studies, Kyoto.)
Box 24, Folder 6

Japan Miscellaneous. 1988, 1989.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Yuso Takesawa (Curator in Chief, Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art) re Wayne sending video of Kanemitsu; Fumi and Jun; Yoichi Yokata (Curator, Kanagawa Prefectural Museum, Yokahama); Yuichi Tanigushi (TG Concepts Inc, Tokyo); Yasuko Terada (Director, Specuial Projects Department, Tokyo); Kazue Mukai (Gallery Mukai) re safekeeper vest; Hiroshi Nishiyama (Gallery Décor, Tokyo); Yasuto Ota (Curator, Museum of Modern Art, Kamakura, Kanakawa); Yoshimitsu Segoshi; Yasutoshi Ishibashi; Robert Singer; Naoko Shimamura; Kyoko "Michi" Michishita; Tsuneaki Nakamura (Reservations Secretary, International House of Japan); Bee Canterbury Lavery (Chief of Protocol); Seiji and Kazumi Kunishima.
Box 24, Folder 13

CH Miscellaneous. 1985-1988, 1993.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Marc Chabot re his purchase of Wayne's "Work of Mourning IV" at auction, previously owned by Florence Lewis; Ralph and Mary Chandler photographic holiday cards; Yumi O. Chuman re Wayne's work.
Box 24, Folder 15

BR Miscellaneous. 1990-1992, 1994, 1996, 1997.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Ray Bradbury re Wayne's exhibition "June Wayne - A Retrospective" in New York [at the Neuberger Museum of Art (State University of New York, Purchase, NY)] traveling [to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art]; Anne Bray fax of her résumé; Norma Broude and Mary Garrard re 20th anniversary party; Iris Bruderer re visiting Wayne's studio; Bob and Esther Broner re Broner's "Wonder Woman" award, Wayne's involvement against Tax Reform Act of 1987, issue of Tikkun (1990 November/December) with essays by Broner; also includes "Global City Review: Paradise Lost Issue" (fall 1993.)
Box 24, Folder 16

BR Miscellaneous. 1981, 1983, 1986-1991.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Mayor Tom Bradley (Los Angeles) re recommendation of Claire Isaacs and Rodney Punt for position of General Manager of the Cultural Affairs Department, City of Los Angeles; Phyllis Braff (art critic, New York Times) re Wayne's convocation speech at College Art Association (CAA), New York (1990 February 16); Ann Bray (Director, LA Freewaves video festival); Geralyn and Steve Britko (Naravisa Press, Santa Fe, NM) re Wayne visiting their studio, meeting at Tamarind Weekend; Horace Brockington re including Wayne's work in print exhibition, Hudson River Museum, Yonkers, New York (1984); Lydia Bronte re Wayne's exhibition in Southampton (1989 June 17) and Bronte's "Long Careers Study"; Betty Ann Brown re section on Wayne in the book, "Exposures: Women and Their Art"; Katherine T. Brown (Professor, Department of Art and Art History, Rice University, Houston, TX) re evaluation of Karin Broker; Marcia Brown re receiving Wayne's "G Winds" and printing; Bob Brucotto (via Max) re evening at Palomar.
Box 31, Folder 6

Guggenheim, Mary. 1981-1989, 1993.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Mary Guggenheim (artist, author) re: exhibition of Wayne's "Dorothy Series" at Jewish Museum, New York; Guggenheim's trip to Russia and birth of her grandson, Pascal; theft of Guggenheim's bronze sculpture; Wayne's visit to Paris with granddaughter Ariane; Wayne's lawsuit with Terry Sanders; Guggenheim's project in Venice, CA and Guggenheim fellowship; exhibition of Wayne's prints at Gallery des Femmes, Paris (1985 May); publication of Guggenheim's story, "Russian One and Two" in Sphinx International Literary Review magazine (1984); Guggenheim's trip to San Francisco; Wayne's trip to Australia; Jim Haynes (Editor-in-Chief, Handshake Editions) re ordering pre-publication copies of Guggenheim's book, "Love in the Minimalist Mode"; also includes two cards with works by Montserrat Guggenheim, gallery announcement of Guggenheim's exhibition at Galerie Nikki Diana Marquardt, Paris, and color pamphlet of Guggenheim's work.
Box 106, Folder 12

Seidenman, Stella & Lenny 1970s. 1970 Mar 29.

Scope and Content Note

Offprint of article about Wayne by Julie Jensen, "Conversation With America's Master of Printmaking" (Sunday Times-Democrat, 1979 March 29.)
Box 157, Folder 3

Index to correspondence in files of June Wayne as of 11/2002. undated.

Box 157, Folder 4

Indexes 387 to 570. undated.

Box 157, Folder 5

Indexes 571 to 669. undated.

Box 157, Folder 6

Indexes 670 to 739. undated.

Box 157, Folder 7

Indexes 740 to Z13. undated.

Box 157, Folder 8

Contents of box labeled 'to be archived'. undated.

Box 157, Folder 9

Adams Memoir Draft, October - December 2001. 2001-2002.

Box 157, Folder 10

Clinton Adams 1998, 1999, 2000 - 2001. 1998-2003.

Box 158, Folder 1

Clinton Brunch, 1-19-99. 1997-1999.

Box 158, Folder 2

People to Whom I Sent Clint's East/West Articles. 1997-1998.

Box 158, Folder 3

Clinton Adams 1995, 1996, 1997. 1995-1997.

Box 158, Folder 4

Clinton Adams 1-26-96. 1996.

Box 158, Folder 5

Clinton Adams 1993. 1993-1995.

Box 158, Folder 6, Folder 7

Adams, Clinton, 1980-1992. 1977-1992.

Box 158, Folder 8

Adams, Clinton (Restricted) 1985-1987. 1985-1987.

Box 158, Folder 9

Adams, Clinton (Restricted) 1984. 1984.

Box 158, Folder 10

Adams, Clinton (Restricted) 1983. 1983.

Box 158, Folder 11

Adams, Clinton (Restricted) 1982. 1982.

Box 159, Folder 10

Baccash, Ralph. 1985-2000.

Box 159, Folder 11

Baldwin, Neil. 1983-1987.

Box 159, Folder 12

Bartman, Billy. 2001-2005.

Box 159, Folder 14

Burns, Helen. 2001.

Box 159, Folder 15

Brodsky, Judith. 1997-2007.

Box 160, Folder 1, Folder 2

Brodsky, Judith: June 15, 1965, Regarding Conway Script. 2005.

Box 160, Folder 3

Brown, Richard and Nathalie. 1981-2002.

Box 160, Folder 7

CO Miscellaneous. 1979-2005.

Box 160, Folder 8

Conway, Robert. undated.

Box 160, Folder 9

Conway and O'Rourke 2004-2006. 2004-2006.

Box 161, Folder 1

DA Miscellaneous. 1972-2006.

Box 161, Folder 2

EM Miscellaneous. 1970-1998.

Box 161, Folder 3

ES Miscellaneous. 1988-2009.

Box 161, Folder 5, Folder 6

FA Miscellaneous. 1981-2004.

Box 161, Folder 7

FI Miscellaneous. 1972-2008.

Box 162, Folder 2, Folder 3

Gottesman, Ron. 1983-2009.

Box 162, Folder 4

Gottesman Proposal. 2003-2009.

Box 162, Folder 7

Hackman, Vida. 1990-1999.

Box 162, Folder 8

Harley, Phillip. 1989.

Box 162, Folder 10

Hirshhorn Museum. 1991-1994.

Box 162, Folder 11

HO Miscellaneous. 1981-2008.

Box 163, Folder 1

Hoffberg, Judith. 1982-2009.

Box 163, Folder 3

HU Miscellaneous. 1981-1993.

Box 163, Folder 4

Huntsville Museum of Art: Hudson, Edith. 1985-1998.

Box 163, Folder 6

IS Miscellaneous. 1989-1998.

Box 163, Folder 10

King, Jan and Bob. 1985-1990.

Box 163, Folder 11

Kitaj, Karma. 1999-2003.

Box 163, Folder 13

KR Miscellaneous. 1983-1990.

Box 163, Folder 14

Kugelman, Judy (KPFK). 2003.

Box 164, Folder 2

LACMA Hopkins Award, April 18. 2007.

Box 164, Folder 6

LACMA 1981-1999. 1982-2006.

Box 165, Folder 4

LU Miscellaneous. 1987-2004.

Box 165, Folder 5

LY Miscellaneous. 1984-2002.

Box 165, Folder 7

Macalester College. 1986-1990.

Box 165, Folder 11

O'Keeffe Foundation. 2001-2005.

Box 166, Folder 3

Picus, Joy. 1988-2010.

Box 165, Folder 6

Prints and the Mainstream. 1992.

Box 166, Folder 4

Pye, Dori. 1992.

Box 166, Folder 6

Shapira, Nathan. 1982-1996.

Box 166, Folder 8

Solo Press. 1996-2004.

Box 166, Folder 10

Wayne Miscellaneous. 1995.

Box 207, Folder 10

Afternoons With June: Workman, Larry. 2012.

Box 207, Folder 11

Anderson, Agnes. 2007-2010.

Box 207, Folder 12

Annenberg. 2009.

Box 207, Folder 13

Annex Galleries. 2011.

Box 207, Folder 14

Archives of American Art: Erlich, Susan. 2003-2005.

Box 207, Folder 15

Arts, Inc. 1998-1999.

Box 207, Folder 16

Australians: Van de Marle, Peter. 2005-2007.

Box 207, Folder 17

AZ Miscellaneous. 1987-1988.

Box 207, Folder 18

Barret, Robert. 1996-2005.

Box 207, Folder 19

Bergman, Marilyn. 1982-1990.

Box 207, Folder 20

Brodsky Center. 2006-2007.

Box 207, Folder 21

Brown, Betty. 1998-2010.

Box 208, Folder 1

Buddy Award: Caplan, Frieda. 1998-2004.

Box 208, Folder 2

Catalogue Raisonne Collaborator's Party. 2007.

Box 208, Folder 3

de Sousa, Jorge. 2001.

Box 208, Folder 4

de Sousa, Jorge. 1998-2002.

Box 208, Folder 5

de Sousa, Jorge. 2001-2005.

Box 208, Folder 6

de Sousa, Jorge. 1994-2005.

Box 208, Folder 7

de Sousa, Jorge: Tour. 2001-2002.

Box 208, Folder 8

Dickerson, Richard. 2003-2006.

Box 208, Folder 9

DR Miscellaneous. 1985-2009.

Box 208, Folder 10

DU Miscellaneous. 1987-2005.

Box 208, Folder 11

FE Miscellaneous. 2011.

Box 208, Folder 12

Ferren, John. 2006.

Box 208, Folder 13

Fitzgerald, Joan. 1988-2003.

Box 208, Folder 14

FO to FR Miscellaneous. 1991-2008.

Box 208, Folder 15

French, Brenda. 2009-2011.

Box 208, Folder 16

Getty. 1992-2011.

Box 208, Folder 17

Getty: Allen, Susan. 2010-2011.

Box 208, Folder 18

Goodson, Marvin and Goodwin, Jim. 1975-2006.

Box 209, Folder 1

Gottesman, Ron (1 of 2). 1997-2010.

Box 209, Folder 2

Gottesman, Ron (2 of 2). 1997-2010.

Box 209, Folder 3

Green, Sharon. 1981-2010.

Box 209, Folder 4

Greenberg, Gary. 2003-2011.

Box 209, Folder 5

HA Miscellaneous. 1981-2008.

Box 209, Folder 6

Hall, Adrienne. 1982-1984.

Box 209, Folder 7

Hamilton, Ed. 1982-2005.

Box 209, Folder 8

Hammer Museum. 1992-2006.

Box 209, Folder 9

HI Miscellaneous. 1981-2002.

Box 209, Folder 10

Hirsch, Gilah. 1989-2007.

Box 209, Folder 11

HO Miscellaneous. 2010.

Box 209, Folder 12

Holdengraber, Paul. 1998-2001.

Box 209, Folder 13

IA to IZ Miscellaneous. 1993-2007.

Box 209, Folder 14

Ianco-Starrels, Josine. 1982-1992.

Box 209, Folder 15

International House Japan. 1989-1992.

Box 209, Folder 16

Ishioka, Eiko. 1986-1989.

Box 210, Folder 1

K Miscellaneous. 1978-2010.

Box 210, Folder 2

Kanemitsu and Uyemura. 2010.

Box 210, Folder 3

Kaplan, Karen and Frieda; Kent, Susan. 2000-2004.

Box 210, Folder 4

Kester, Bernard. 1986-1990.

Box 210, Folder 5

Kirkpatrick, Martha. 1989-1998.

Box 210, Folder 6

KPCC: Morrison, Pat. 2007-2010.

Box 210, Folder 7

LA Miscellaneous. 1970-2011.

Box 210, Folder 8

Lavery, Bee. 1984-1992.

Box 210, Folder 9

Lawrence, Ester. 1982.

Box 210, Folder 10

LE Miscellaneous. 1984-2011.

Box 210, Folder 11

LI Miscellaneous. 1983-2001.

Box 210, Folder 12

LO Miscellaneous. 1981-2008.

Box 210, Folder 13

Loach, Roberta. 1982-2009.

Box 210, Folder 14

Los Angeles Times: Woo, Elaine. 1969-2006.

Box 210, Folder 15

MI Miscellaneous. 1977-2007.

Box 210, Folder 16

Miles, Rosalind and Miller, Judy. 2001-2009.

Box 210, Folder 17

National Endowment for the Arts. 1981-1996.

Box 210, Folder 18

National Gallery of Art: Fine, Ruth and Russel, Diane. 1981-2001.

Box 211, Folder 1

Naveretta, Cynthia. 1981-2005.

Box 211, Folder 2

New Yorker Magazine. 2000-2008.

Box 211, Folder 3

NO Miscellaneous. 1999-2003.

Box 211, Folder 4

NU Miscellaneous. 1998-1999.

Box 211, Folder 5

O Miscellaneous. 1997-2008.

Box 211, Folder 6

O'Keefe Museum. 2011.

Box 211, Folder 7

Olin, Ferris. 1999-2009.

Box 211, Folder 8

Orders, John: Irvine Foundation. 1995-2011.

Box 211, Folder 9

P Miscellaneous. 1986-2011.

Box 211, Folder 10

PA Miscellaneous. 1973-2008.

Box 211, Folder 11

Pacific Design Center: Feldman, Murray. 1983-1988.

Box 211, Folder 12

Padberg, Eileen. 1991-2010.

Box 211, Folder 13

Phillips, David. 1979-2006.

Box 211, Folder 14

Post, Jonathan. 2008-2009.

Box 211, Folder 15

PR Miscellaneous. 2007-2010.

Box 211, Folder 16

Pulin Articles. 1994-1995.

Box 211, Folder 17

Purdue: Ressler, Susan. 1997-2000.

Box 211, Folder 18

QU Miscellaneous. 1976-1998.

Box 211, Folder 19

RA Miscellaneous. 1997-2010.

Box 211, Folder 20

RE to RI Miscellaneous. 1984-2011.

Box 211, Folder 21

Reed, O.P. 1979-2008.

Box 211, Folder 22

Riskin, Victoria. 2005.

Box 212, Folder 1

Rosenberg, Meta. 1982.

Box 212, Folder 2

Rosener, Judy. 1981-2006.

Box 212, Folder 3

SA Miscellaneous. 1981-2011.

Box 212, Folder 4

Sakane, Itsuo. 1984-2007.

Box 212, Folder 5

Santa Barbara Museum of Art. 1984-1992.

Box 212, Folder 6

SC Miscellaneous. 1977-2008.

Box 212, Folder 7

Schnabel, Bruce. 1983-1987.

Box 212, Folder 8

Schnoettler, Ellouise. 1978-1997.

Box 212, Folder 9

SE Miscellaneous. 1915-2010.

Box 212, Folder 10

Seaquist, Carla and Larry. undated.

Box 213, Folder 1

Seaquist, Carla and Larry (1 of 2). 1986-2007.

Box 213, Folder 2

Seaquist, Carla and Larry (2 of 2). 1986-2007.

Box 213, Folder 3

Shaffer, Linda. 1999-2006.

Box 213, Folder 4

Sharpe-Newton, Geraldine. 2000.

Box 213, Folder 5

Sherwood, Mary. 2008-2011.

Box 213, Folder 6

Shore, Sharon. 2010-2011.

Box 213, Folder 7

SI Miscellaneous. 1981-2002.

Box 213, Folder 8

Siegrist, Lisa. 1990-1999.

Box 213, Folder 9

Skirball Museum. 1995-2004.

Box 213, Folder 10

SM Miscellaneous. 1972-1999.

Box 213, Folder 11

Smithsonian National Museum of American Art: Moser, Joann. 1994-2003.

Box 213, Folder 12

SO Miscellaneous. undated.

Box 213, Folder 13

Society of American Graphic Artists. 1988.

Box 213, Folder 14

Sokol, Jim and Carol. 1983-1986.

Box 213, Folder 15

ST Miscellaneous. 1982-2009.

Box 213, Folder 16

Stapeley, Sue. 1998.

Box 213, Folder 17

Stein, Judith. 1986-2010.

Box 214, Folder 1

Stein, Pauly. 1984.

Box 214, Folder 2

SU Miscellaneous. 1982-2010.

Box 214, Folder 3

SW Miscellaneous. 1981-2010.

Box 214, Folder 4

TA Miscellaneous. 1981-1987.

Box 214, Folder 5

TE Miscellaneous. 1982-2001.

Box 214, Folder 6

Thompson, Marcia. 1993-2000.

Box 214, Folder 7

TO to TS Miscellaneous. 1998-2006.

Box 214, Folder 8

Trusteeship. 1980.

Box 214, Folder 9

Trusteeship (1 of 2). 1982.

Box 214, Folder 10

Trusteeship (2 of 2). 1982.

Box 214, Folder 11

Trusteeship. 1983.

Box 214, Folder 12

Trusteeship (1 of 2). 1984.

Box 214, Folder 13

Trusteeship (2 of 2). 1984.

Box 214, Folder 14

Trusteeship. 1985.

Box 215, Folder 1

Trusteeship. 1986.

Box 215, Folder 2

Trusteeship. 1987.

Box 215, Folder 3

Trusteeship. 1997.

Box 215, Folder 4

Trusteeship: Arbus, Loren. undated.

Box 215, Folder 5

Trusteeship: Beasley, Phoebe. 2008.

Box 215, Folder 6

Trusteeship: Campbell, Kim and Checci, Kathryn. 1993-2000.

Box 215, Folder 7

Trusteeship: Carrington, Mary. 1990-2010.

Box 215, Folder 8

Trusteeship: Casey, Barbara. 1982-2008.

Box 215, Folder 9

Trusteeship: Coughlin, Sister Magdelen. 1988-1994.

Box 215, Folder 10

Trusteeship: Dietz, Susie. 2008-2011.

Box 215, Folder 11

Trusteeship: Dolan, Mary Anne. 1982-1988.

Box 215, Folder 12

Trusteeship: Fouche, Barbara. 1982-1983.

Box 215, Folder 13

Trusteeship: Frame, Jackie. 2007-2008.

Box 215, Folder 14

Trusteeship: Frank, Judith. 1987-1999.

Box 215, Folder 15

Trusteeship: Gellar, Laura and Galef, Bronya. 1981-2010.

Box 215, Folder 16

Trusteeship: Gothard, Barbara. 2011.

Box 215, Folder 17

Trusteeship: Hegardt, Margareta and Hill, Julie. 1988-1998.

Box 215, Folder 18

Trusteeship: Hembrick, Margaret. 1989.

Box 215, Folder 19

Trusteeship: Holt, Paula. 2000-2010.

Box 215, Folder 20

Trusteeship: Honig, Nancy. 1989-1990.

Box 215, Folder 21

Trusteeship: Ingram, Diana and Hosoi, Shirley. 1992-2011.

Box 215, Folder 22

Trusteeship: Kindel, Maureen. 1982-2002.

Box 215, Folder 23

Trusteeship: Klein, Joan Dempsey and Knapp, Brooke. 1982-2006.

Box 215, Folder 24

Trusteeship: Lane, Anne R. 1987-1994.

Box 215, Folder 25

Trusteeship: Leeber, Sharon. 1994.

Box 215, Folder 26

Trusteeship: Mancini, Patty. 1982-1986.

Box 215, Folder 27

Trusteeship: Mecca, Lorraine and Miller, Judy. 1977-1997.

Box 216, Folder 1

Trusteeship: Nettleship, Tish. 1982-2009.

Box 216, Folder 2

Trusteeship: Roesner, Judy. 1981-2009.

Box 216, Folder 3

Trusteeship: Rothman, Claire. 1990-2010.

Box 216, Folder 4

Trusteeship: Russel, Pat. 1968-1988.

Box 216, Folder 5

Trusteeship: Ryan, Cynthia. 1982-1983.

Box 216, Folder 6

Trusteeship: Solomon, Marilyn. 1990.

Box 216, Folder 7

Trusteeship: Sussman, Deborah. 1988-2000.

Box 216, Folder 8

Trusteeship: Tauber, Gayle and Phillip. 2010-2011.

Box 216, Folder 9

Trusteeship: Timmer, Sharon. 1982-2008.

Box 216, Folder 10

Trusteeship: Tooley, Reva. 1988-1991.

Box 216, Folder 11

Trusteeship: Van de Kamp, Andrea. 1987-1996.

Box 216, Folder 12

Trusteeship: Wachner, Linda. 1984-1996.

Box 216, Folder 13

Trusteeship: Witham, Maylee. 2008-2011.

Box 216, Folder 14

Trusteeship for the Betterment of Women. 1988-1996.

Box 216, Folder 15

Tyler, Ken and Mary-Beth. 1993-1998.

Box 216, Folder 16

U Miscellaneous. 2010.

Box 216, Folder 17

UE to UY Miscellaneous. 1988-2007.

Box 216, Folder 18

University of Arkansas and Illinois. 1978-1983.

Box 216, Folder 19

University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA): Business School of Management, Hy Faine. 1988-1999.

Box 216, Folder 20

University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA): Grunwald Center. 1981-1985.

Box 216, Folder 21

University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA): Oral History. 1977-1985.

Box 217, Folder 2

University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA): Selected Letters from Correspondence. 1943-1998.

Box 217, Folder 1

University of California: Miscellaneous. undated.

Box 217, Folder 3

VE Miscellaneous. 1986-1997.

Box 217, Folder 4

VI Miscellaneous. 1979-2008.

Box 217, Folder 5

VO Miscellaneous. 1977-1983.

Box 217, Folder 6

W Miscellaneous. 1981-2010.

Box 217, Folder 7

WA Miscellaneous. 1989-2010.

Box 217, Folder 8

Wallach, Amei. 1972-2007.

Box 217, Folder 9

Walsh, John. 1992-2007.

Box 217, Folder 10

Warshaw, Tessa. 2007-2009.

Box 217, Folder 11

WE Miscellaneous. undated.

Box 217, Folder 12

Weider, Harriet and Wittenberg, Diane. 1983-2007.

Box 217, Folder 13

Weisberg, Ruth. 1982-2008.

Box 217, Folder 14

WI Miscellaneous. 1978-2006.

Box 217, Folder 15

Wilson, Laurie. 2008.

Box 217, Folder 16

Withers, Josephine. 1983-1991.

Box 217, Folder 17

Wulf, Andy and Woodmere Art Museum. 1995-1999.

Box 217, Folder 18

WY Miscellaneous. 1990-1997.

Box 217, Folder 19

Yarbrough, Lynn. 2000.

Box 217, Folder 20

Yates, Sydney. 1980-2000.

Box 217, Folder 21

Yoshida, Aya. 2008-2009.

Box 217, Folder 22

Zabusky, Norm. 2004-2005.

Box 217, Folder 23

Zammitt, Norman. 1991-2007.

Box 217, Folder 24

Zammitt, Norman. 2000-2001.

Box 218, Folder 1

ZI Miscellaneous. 2007.

Box 225, Folder 1

A Miscellaneous (1 of 2). 1992-2011.

Box 225, Folder 2

A Miscellaneous (2 of 2). 1992-2011.

Box 225, Folder 3

Alkazi, Basil. 2003.

Box 225, Folder 4

Alter, Linda Lee. 1996-2004.

Box 225, Folder 5

Annenberg, Wallis. 1984-2008.

Box 225, Folder 6

Antreasian, Gary. 1986-2006.

Box 225, Folder 7

Attias, Elaine. 1994-2011.

Box 225, Folder 8

Avati, Mario and Helen. 1976-2007.

Box 225, Folder 9

Brodsky, Judith. 1985-2011.

Box 225, Folder 10

California State University, Dominguez Hills. 1995.

Box 225, Folder 11

Council Grove Conference: Hirsch, Gilah Yelin. 2005-2006.

Box 225, Folder 12

Durassier, Emilienne and Diomaiuto, Janine. 2002-2005.

Box 225, Folder 13

GE Miscellaneous. 1972-1991.

Box 225, Folder 14

GI Miscellaneous. 1989-1999.

Box 225, Folder 15

Gilmour, Pat. 1988-2005.

Box 225, Folder 16

Gleich, Marty and Enia. 1981-2000.

Box 226, Folder 1

GO Miscellaneous. 1975-2002.

Box 226, Folder 2

Goldberg, Jackie. 1993-1998.

Box 226, Folder 3

Golden, Ellen. 1986-1988.

Box 226, Folder 4

Hammer Museum: Sexual Politics Exhibit. 1995-1996.

Box 226, Folder 5

Hartmann, Barbara. 1998.

Box 226, Folder 6

HE Miscellaneous. 1982-2009.

Box 226, Folder 7

Hebblethwaite, Sara. 1993-2009.

Box 226, Folder 8

Hollander, Irwin. 1982-2002.

Box 226, Folder 9

Horowitz, Channa. 1996-2011.

Box 226, Folder 10

Internships. 1995-1999.

Box 226, Folder 11

Kim, Carole. 1992-2009.

Box 226, Folder 12

Kimura, Hideki. 1988-2007.

Box 226, Folder 13

Landau, Nicole. 1988-2006.

Box 227, Folder 1

Los Angeles Times: Isenberg, Barbara. 1975-1983.

Box 227, Folder 2

Nabokov, Dominique. 1990.

Box 227, Folder 3

National Gallery of Art: Fine, Ruth. 1991-2003.

Box 227, Folder 4

Navaretta, Cynthia. 1995-2002.

Box 227, Folder 5

Oregon Public Broadcasting: "Works in Progress" Video. 1995-1996.

Box 227, Folder 6

Pacific Design Center. 1994-1995.

Box 227, Folder 7

PE Miscellaneous. 1984-2011.

Box 227, Folder 8

PI Miscellaneous. 2007-2010.

Box 227, Folder 9

Pink, Marilyn. 1996-2006.

Box 227, Folder 10

PL Miscellaneous. 1992-2011.

Box 227, Folder 11

Print Quarterly: Landau, David. 1992-2009.

Box 227, Folder 12

Pulin, Carol. 1993-2002.

Box 227, Folder 13

Queensland Art Gallery: Kirker, Anne. 1994.

Box 227, Folder 14

Rigler, Lloyd. 2003-2008.

Box 227, Folder 15

RO Miscellaneous. 1976-2011.

Box 227, Folder 16

Rosenthal, Rachel. 1981-2010.

Box 228, Folder 1

San Diego Museum of Art. 1969-2003.

Box 228, Folder 2

San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art. 1982-1983.

Box 228, Folder 3

Schmeisser, Jorg. 1993-2004.

Box 228, Folder 4

SH Miscellaneous. 1983-2011.

Box 228, Folder 5

Smithsonian National Museum of American Art. 1991-1997.

Box 228, Folder 6

Smithsonian National Museum of American Art: Moser, Joanne. 1984-1999.

Box 228, Folder 7

Tampa Art University. 2005-2007.

Box 228, Folder 8

Trusteeship. 1981.

Box 228, Folder 9

Trusteeship: International Women's Forum. 1993-1996.

Box 228, Folder 10

Trusteeship: Krantz, Judith. 1983-1999.

Box 228, Folder 11

University of Washington Press. 1997.

Box 228, Folder 12

Various Deceased or Completed Correspondence. 1979-1997.

Box 228, Folder 13

Wack! Feminist Show at MOCA: Connie Butler. 2006-2008.

Box 228, Folder 14

Z Miscellaneous. 1970-2011.

 

Subseries 9: Personal. 1941-2009.

Scope and Content Note

This subseries includes personal correspondence from Wayne's friends and colleagues regarding the death of W. McNeil Lowry (Director, Program in Humanities and the Arts, Ford Foundation), Wayne's continuing litigation, her participation in Otto Piene's "Sky Works" performance and in the National Print Symposium in Canberra, Australia. Topics also include the search for candidates for the position of director of the Tamarind Institute at University of New Mexico, a video taping project with Sid Koch, and the illnesses and deaths of Wayne's friends, Madeleine Jarry (1982), Louise Nevelson (1988), Joyce Treiman (1991) and Matsumi (Mike) Kanemitsu (1992.)

Processing Information

Includes materials from the July 2012 addition.
Box 4, Folder 1

Seidenman, Stella & Lenny 1981-1995. 1981-1987, 1989-1990, 1992, 1994-1995.

Scope and Content Note

Stella and Leonard Seidenman re: Lester Morrison and Richard G. Hubler's book, "Trial & Triumph: A Novel About Maimonides"; Wayne's court trial (1983) and awards from the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce and YWCA's Life Achievement Award; Stella and Leonard's daughter, Nina Seidenman Moore; guest list, program and menu for the Seidenman's 50th wedding anniversary dinner (1986); Los Angeles riots (1992); Northridge earthquake (1994); death of Leonard Seidenman.
Box 5, Folder 2

Lowry, MacNeil Estate Correspondence 1964-1993. 1993.

Scope and Content Note

W. McNeil Lowry (Director, Program in Humanities and the Arts, Ford Foundation) obituary; cards and notes from Graham and Elsa Lowry; Lowry memorial tribute (held 1993 September 27, Lincoln Center Plaza, New York); list of items returned to Mac Lowry estate.
Box 5, Folder 4

Lowry, MacNeil Estate Correspondence 1964-1993. 1964, 1973, 1980-1981, 1982-1986.

Scope and Content Note

Biography of W. McNeil Lowry; (ca. 1980); airing of KCET television show on "The Dorothy Series"; Wayne's and Lowry's reactions to chapter in Clinton Adams' book, "American Lithographers, 1900-1960"; Tatanya Grossman obituary by Calvin Tomkins; Wayne's continuing litigation re insurance, Terry Sanders, and legal firm of Ball Hunt; New Yorker magazine (1983 September 12) containing article, "Conversations with Balanchine" by MacNeil Lowry; program for the 67th American Assembly, "The Arts and Public Policy in the United States" (Arden House, New York, 1984 May 31-June 3); establishment of search committee for director of Tamarind Institute at University of New Mexico, and Marge Devon as candidate; taping project with Sid Koch.
Box 5, Folder 5

Freeman, Vera 1985-1990. 1985-1990.

Scope and Content Note

Christmas cards from Vera Freeman (Andrews/Nelson/Whitehead, New York); Vera's retirement (1986 July); Andrews/Nelson/Whitehead booklet of Japanese paper samples; Wayne's continuing litigation; Wayne's exhibitions at the Fresno Art Museum and the Associated American Artists, New York (1988); Wayne's participation in Otto Piene's "Sky Works" performance; Wayne's participation in National Print Symposium (Canberra, Australia), w/ exhibitions of her work in Sydney, Canberra and Melbourne.
Box 5, Folder 6

Bird, Rose Elizabeth (Chief Justice). 1981.

Scope and Content Note

Articles on California Chief Justice Rose Elizabeth Bird; letter from Chief Justice Bird re meeting Wayne at the Women's Trusteeship (Los Angeles); copy of Chief Justice Bird's remarks, "State of the Judiciary Address," given at the State Bar Conference of Delegates (San Diego.)
Box 5, Folder 7

Arnold, Anna Bing & Aerol. 1958,1981-1987.

Scope and Content Note

Aerol Arnold re Wayne's exhibition in San Francisco; Anna Bing Arnold re her accident and convalescence; illness and death of Aerol Arnold; photograph of Aerol Arnold (1982); Wayne's comments about the Whitney Museum of American Art catalogue by Judith Goldman, "American Prints: Process & Proofs"; Wayne's exhibition of paintings at the Armstrong Gallery (New York, 1984); Anna's resignation from the Board of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA); various dinner invitations.
Box 5, Folder 8

Veillard, Roger & Anita; Wright, Richard. 1943, 1983, 1985.

Scope and Content Note

Roger and Anita Veillard re Wayne's participation in the Salon de Mai (Paris, 1983 and 1985); Richard Wright re manuscript for story submitted by Wayne [née Claire.]
Box 6, Folder 1

Segalen, Yvon, Anna & Yo. 19821983, 1985-1991.

Scope and Content Note

Yo Segalen re illness and death of Madeleine Jarry (1982); Wayne's visit to Paris for her print exhibition at Galerie des Femmes (1985 April); Christiane Picard re illness and death of Yo Segalen; Anne Segalen (granddaughter of Victor Segalen) re her daughter, Chine Lauzmann, attending the University of Southern California (USC); Bulletins de l'Association Victor Segalen (No. 1, 1988 October; No. 3, 1989 July.)
Box 6, Folder 4

Hayman, D'Arcy. 1979-1994, no date.

Scope and Content Note

d'Arcy Sanger Hayman (artist, teacher, poet; Director, International Arts Program, UNESCO); copy of her book, "Embrace Me Universe and More", inscribed by the author to Wayne; various illustrated dinner invitations, including an evening with King Vidor and Samantha Eggar; Hayman's poetry and art work; death of her mother (1986 February); obituary (1994 July.)
Box 7, Folder 11

Hanson, Elizabeth (Liz). 1982-1984, 1988-1989, 1991, no date.

Scope and Content Note

Elizabeth Gibbons-Hanson re: Vicky Wilson (Alfred A. Knoph) re efforts to publish Hanson's "Rags" manuscript (1983); Frederic "Fritz" S. Marquardt (senior editor, Arizona Republic) re meeting Wayne (via Hanson); Hanson's surgery (1983); Hanson's move to Auburn, Alabama (1989); change of address announcement w/ photograph.

Processing Information note

After "Roncey, Albert and Yvette," series is organized alphabetically.
Box 8, Folder 1

Greene, Henry. 1981.

Scope and Content Note

Re Greene's poetry and group, "Creative Circle"; June Rachuy Brindel's book, "Ariadne."
Box 8, Folder 6

Malarcher, Patricia. 1982.

Scope and Content Note

Thank you note for visit to Wayne's studio; "Art Materialized" exhibition catalogue's mention of Tamarind.
Box 8, Folder 7

Ussachevsky, Vladimir (Betty). 1941, 1985, 1988-1990, 1992.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Vladimir Ussachevsky's re collected letters of his wife, Elizabeth (Betty) Kray; programs for Elizabeth Kray memorial service (1987 November 25, Cathedral of St. John the Divine, New York); copy of "Chelsea 1904-1913: John Sloan's Neighborhood and Neighbors" by Elizabeth Kray for the Poetry Society of America (1985); Leni Spencer re Vladimir's illness, death, and memorial service; Karl Hereim (A&R administrator, New World Records, New York) re using Wayne's art work on cover of Ussachevsky album.
Box 8, Folder 8

Ussachevsky, Vladimir. 1983, 1985, 1987-1989.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Betty Kray re her illness; trip to Snowbird, Utah (1987 July); Vladimir re Betty's death; also included are Betty Kray's New York Times obituary and "Elizabeth Kray 1916-1987: A Remembrance" (1988 April 9, Little Church Around the Corner, New York.)
Box 8, Folder 9

Elliott, Carol. 1981-1983, 1985, 1986, 1988.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Carol Elliott's "Aesthetic Statement" about Marcia Durrant (1981 November); death of Marcia Durrant; Graduate School for Community Development (San Diego, CA) invitation to Marcia A. Durrant exhibition, "Retrospective" (1981 November 7-28, Gallery of the Multicultural Arts Institute, San Diego); Carol Elliott and William L. Shroyer (national marketing manager, Fred A. Wilson Company) re roof problems in Wayne's building; 35mm color negatives and seven 3 x 5" photos of Wayne's roof; Sandra Martinez (friend of Carol Elliott) re copy of court decision on Wayne's litigation w/ Terry Sanders over film, "Four Stones for Kaneitsu."
Box 8, Folder 11

Nevelson, Louise. 1963, 1980-1986, 1988.

Scope and Content Note

Torn-off signatures from Louise Nevelson prints (offered as proof of destruction) given to Tamarind staff members or printers (destroyed, 1963); New York Times article on Nevelson in her studio (1980 April 27); invitation to preview of Diana MacKnown exhibition, "Louise Nevelson: A Photographic Essay" (1981 January 7, William A. Farnsworth Library and Art Museum, Rockland, ME); Wayne re "Dorothy Series" opening at the Jewish Museum (1981 January 9, New York); Laurie Lisle re her biography on Louise Nevelson; Wayne's opening at Armstrong Gallery (1984 October 17, New York); Wayne's appearance in Picasso play, "Catch Desire by the Tail" at the Guggenheim Museum (1984 October 25, 26); Nevelson's 85th birthday dinner given by Barbaralee and Carl Spielvogel (1984 October 17, New York); invitation to unveiling of Nevelson's sculpture, "Night Sail" (1985 June 20, Crocker Center, Los Angeles); Wayne's speech given at Hofstra Museum, Hofstra University Conference on The Avant-garde in Literature and Art (1985 November, Long Island); invitation to Nevelson's benefit show, "Wood Sculptures and Collages" for Louise Nevelson Laboratory for Cancer Immunobiology (1980 May 1, Wildenstein, New York); Nevelson exposition at Galerie Claude Bernard (1986 January 23- February 22, Paris); Grace Glueck article, "Friends of Louise Nevelson Gather in a Memorial for the Late Artist" (New York Times, 1988 October 18); thank you to Wayne from Arnold B. Glimcher (Pace Gallery, New York) for "Goodbye Louisie" lithograph; thank you from Mike Nevelson (Louise's son) re Wayne's print; invitation to "An Hour of Song: In Remembrance of Louise Nevelson" w/ Edward Albee, Jessye Norman, and James Levine (1989 March 28, Carnegie Hall.)
Box 8, Folder 12

Nevelson, Louise. 1963, 1988, 1989, 1996.

Scope and Content Note

Photographs of Nevelson working in Tamarind studio (1963); articles re Nevelson's death, memorial, and estate dispute between Nevelson's assistant, Diana MacKown and son, Myron (Mike) Nevelson.
Box 8, Folder 13

Nevelson, Louise. 1989, 1992-1993.

Scope and Content Note

Dorothy Rabinowitz article "The Art of the Feud: Sculptor Louise Nevelson's Tangled Legal Legacy" in New York magazine (1989 September 25); Sharon Timmer re estate sale of Lillian Berliawsky (sister-in-law of Louise Nevelson) w/ two Nevelson paintings offered for sale (Gamage/Veilleux auction, 1993 July 10, Rockland, ME.)
Box 9, Folder 1

Treiman, Joyce. 1983, 1986, 1988, 1991.

Scope and Content Note

Brochure for Treiman exhibition of paintings at Tortue Gallery, Santa Monica (1983 November 16-December 31); exhibitions announcement, "Joyce Treiman: Recent Painting and Drawings" (Tortue Gallery, 1986 November 22-December 27) and "Joyce Treiman: Recent Works" (Schmidt - Bingham Gallery, New York, 1988 April 27-May 21); Tortue Gallery's artist biography; Los Angeles Times obituary (1991 June 4); "Artist of the Area" article on Treiman (1970 December/January); Introduction and autobiography from exhibition, "Impetus: The Creative Process" (Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, Barnsdall Park, 1975 October 29-November 30); letter to Ruth Fine (Curator, National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C.) re possibly acquiring some of Treiman's work; documents re memorial service, "A Celebration of the Art and Life of Joyce Treiman (UCLA Dickson Art Center, 1991 June 30.)
Box 9, Folder 2

Treiman, Joyce. 1970, 1984, 1988, 1990-1992.

Scope and Content Note

Exhibition catalog, "Joyce Treiman: Friends and Strangers" (Fisher Gallery, University of Southern California, 1988 January 20-February 27); "Images & Issues: Contemporary Art Review" (1984 March/April) with article by Isabel Anderson on Joyce Treiman; Tortue Gallery receipt for Wayne's purchase of Treiman's "Incident Series" (1988 January 26); letter to Treiman from Joyce re Giverny artist program and executing portraits of one another; brochure from Schmidt - Bingham Gallery (1991, New York); exhibitions, "Joyce Treiman: The Last Paintings" at Tortue Gallery, Santa Monica (1992 February 15-March 28), "Echoes: Recent Pastel Drawings", Schmidt - Bingham Gallery (1992 January 22-25, New York.)
Box 10, Folder 5

Kanemitsu, Mike. 1992-1995.

Scope and Content Note

Tributes and memorial essays for the American painter, Matsumi (Mike) Kanemitsu (1922-1992) from: Conner Everts, Luchita Hurtado, Patia Rosenberg, Mac McCloud, Felix Ruvolo, Ernest T. Nagamatsu, Gerald Nordland, Ynez Johnston and John Berry, Ed Hamilton, and Katsuhisa Sakai; Wayne to Burt Folkart and Bill Wilson (Los Angeles Times) re Gerald Nordland article on Kanemitsu; notes on memorial program; exhibition announcement for "Matsumi Kanemitsu: A Retrospective" (Louis Newman Galleries, 14 - 28 January 1993, Beverly Hills, CA); Mike Kanemitsu appeared in Wayne's film, "Four Stones for Kanemitsu."
Box 10, Folder 6

Kanemitsu, Mike. 1995, 1996, 1998.

Scope and Content Note

Receipts from Wayne's trip to Japan (1998 February 10-17) to attend opening of Matsumi (Mike) Kanemitsu's retrospective exhibition at National Museum of Art in Osaka (1998 February 12); program plan for exhibition opening; correspondents include: Gary Lang; Kyoko "Michi" Michishita; Marjorie Devon (Director, Tamarind Institute); Akira Kurosaki (printmaker and instructor, College of Fine Arts, Kyoto Seika University); To Ko Muto; Koken Murata, including his catalogue, "Urushi" (Yamaki Art Gallery, Osaka, 1996); exhibition announcement for "Matsumi Kanemitsu (1922-1992): Works on Paper" (1995 May 13-31, Gallery IV, Los Angeles, CA)
Box 10, Folder 7

Kanemitsu, Mike. 1978 Dec. 26.

Scope and Content Note

Typed transcription of Wayne's interview with Matsumi (Mike) Kanemitsu in her studio, 1978 December 26 (136 pages.)
Box 10, Folder 8

Kanemitsu, Mike. 1979, 1984-1986, 1988, 1990, 1992, 1994.

Scope and Content Note

Los Angeles Times obituary for Kanemitsu (1992 May 14); correspondents include: Matsumi (Mike) Kanemitsu; Carla Luna (Louis Newman Galleries, Beverly Hills, CA) re Kanemitsu's exhibition, "California Visions: Selected Paintings 1976 - 1984" (1984 June 15-30); "Kanemitsu" exhibition brochure (1986 January 16-February 6); various exhibition announcements (1979-1990); Masatoshi Honda (Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art) re Wayne presentation; Nancy Uyemura; Gerald Nordland re Paul Jenkins' letter.
Box 10, Folder 10

Koch, Sig. 1985-1986.

Scope and Content Note

Sigmund Koch (Professor of Psychology and Philosophy; Director, The Aesthetics Research Archive at Boston University) re proposal for taping interview with June Wayne.
Box 11, Folder 6

RO Miscellaneous. 1981, 1982, 1984, 1986-1990, 1996.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Stephen F. Rohde (attorney) to Rachel Rosenthal re his article, "Art of the State: Congressional Censorship of the National Endowment for the Arts"; David Rose; Joyce Rosenberg; Marilyn Rosenberg (Marisa Del Re Gallery, New York); Patia Rosenberg; Barry Rosengrant (President, Metrospace Corporation, Los Angeles); Tony and Halina Rosenthal (includes pamphlet for Rosenthal exhibition, Galerie Denise René, Paris, 1988 March 3-April 12); Kenneth Ross, with clipping of review of Matsumi Kanemitsu's exhibition at Louis Newman Gallery, Beverly Hills, CA); Ross Associates Speakers Bureau (Pauline Buck, Vice President) re Wayne speaking engagements.
Box 11, Folder 7

Wachs, Joel. 1988, 1996.

Scope and Content Note

Joel Wachs (Councilman, 2nd district, Los Angeles City Council) re: Wayne's endorsement for Claire Isaacs; Wach's Art Table presentation at Koplin Gallery (1988); Lee Ramer (assistant to councilman Wachs); biographical sketch of Wachs (1995.)
Box 11, Folder 8

WA Miscellaneous Continued: Washington Artist; (Eastern) Washington State Historical Society; Watanabe, Yoko; Watts, Towers. 1981, 1982, 1984, 1986, 1988, 1994, 1996.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Dorothy Waage re death of her husband Tom, and Wayne's show at Jewish Museum, New York; Di Waite (executive director, Print Council of Australia Inc., Melbourne) re imprint of Anne Kirker's interview with Wayne; Washington Artists (Bill Roseberry, co-chair) re reprinting Wayne's article, "The Male Artists as a Stereotypical Female"; Yoko Watanabe re critique of exhibition of Wayne's prints at Downey Museum; Jeanne Morgan re Watts Towers (includes 3x5 inch color photograph); Henry Waxman (Congressman, U.S. House of Representatives) re articles on his work; George Wayne; Kyra Wayne re property tax on Hermosa Beach property and moving to Fresno.
Box 11, Folder 9

RI Miscellaneous. 1979, 1983-1988, 1991.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Bobbi and Stan Rice; Katherine T. Brown (professor of art history, Rice University, Houston, TX) re evaluation of Karin Broker for promotion; Alan Rich re Newsweek; Anne Richards (Governor of Texas); Diana Rico (freelance journalist); Bonnie Riesdesel (art student, South Dakota State University) re questionnaire; Deborah Johnson (Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design, i.e. RISD); Naomi S. Risdon; Elisavietta Ritchie (Wineberry Press, Washington D.C.) re her poems;
Box 11, Folder 10

WOL Miscellaneous: Wolf Point Productions; Wolf, Theodore; Wolf, Andrew. 1974, 1993-1994, 1996.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Andrew Ian Wolf (President, Pacific Design Center, Los Angeles.)
Box 11, Folder 11

WON Miscellaneous. 1981, 1983-1985, 1988, 1990.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: David Wong (apartment owner) re landscaping problems adjacent to Wayne's property on Tamarind; Yen Lu Wong (dancer, choreographer; director, The New Repertory, later known as "TNR" theater company.)
Box 11, Folder 12

Reeves, Nancy. 1969-1970, 1972.

Scope and Content Note

Copy of Reeves' "Anatomy and Destiny" from Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, vol. 175, article 3, 1970 October 30; "Stereotypes of Woman's Place" course readings, University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA, Reeves' copyright 1969; includes references and bibliography); conference proceedings "Female Studies V" from "Women and Education: The Conference as Catalyst" held 1971 November 5-7, at the University of Pittsburgh.
Box 11, Folder 13

Reeves, Nancy. 1975-1977, 1982-1983.

Scope and Content Note

Nancy Reeves re: her travel itineraries; articles and biographical summary; proposal for an International Women's Institute; brochure and Wayne's nomination form for The Wonderwoman Foundation Awards 1982; photocopies of two articles by Nancy Reeves: "Alas Chief Davis, You're Blinded by the Sunrises" (Los Angeles Times, 1975 August 14) and "Equal rights: Some notes on stereotypes" (unidentified faculty publication, University of Southern California, 1982 January 25.)
Box 11, Folder 14

Reeves, Nancy. 1984-1985, 1987, 1991.

Scope and Content Note

Nancy Reeves, J.D. (Director, Center for the Study of Change, International College, Los Angeles) re her writings, concept for making a film, remarks by Wayne on Reeves' honorary doctorate from International College (1985.)
Box 12, Folder 1

Reeves, Nancy. 1987-1991.

Scope and Content Note

Nancy Reeves re: Los Angeles Times letter (1987 March 4); articles in San Diego Tribune (1988 March; 1989 May 31); collected journal entries (1987 January 18-April 4.)
Box 12, Folder 2

RA Miscellaneous. 1985, 1986, 1988.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Wayne Radziminski (teacher, Haddonfield Public Schools, NJ) re adaptation of "Hands Across America" project; Susan Rankaitis re request of slides of Wayne's work for ARTTALK lecture; Carter Ratcliff re essay for Tamarind catalogue; Bernadine Ratliff re gathering information on women artists employed by federal and state governments under 1930s New Deal programs; Rose L. Rashmir re book sent by Wayne.
Box 13, Folder 6

Young, Joseph. 1977, 1978, 1979, 1983, 1984.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: William K. McClelland (President, California Confederation of the Arts) re controversy over Young's Triforium art piece; also includes Joseph Young's biography and articles about Triforium.
Box 13, Folder 9

ZE Miscellaneous. 1983, 1987, 1988, 1989.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Harriet Zeitlin (artist) to Catherine Lord (Dean, School of Art, California Institute of the Arts) re becoming a visiting artist; Los Angeles Times obituary for Jacob Zeitlin (Aug. 31, 1987); Kathy Zimmerer (Director, University Art Gallery, CSU Dominguez Hills); Anita Zengals [?]; Chloe Zerwick re Wayne's "Djuna Set" catalogue.
Box 13, Folder 17

Wolfson, Ella. 1968, 1982.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Ella Wolfson re work of her husband, William Wolfson; includes exhibition brochures and invitations.
Box 13, Folder 18

Wolf, Michele. ca.1970.

Scope and Content Note

Chapter outline of "Attitudes Towards Women in the Hollywood Novel," doctoral dissertation, University of Paris IV, Sorbonne; includes tables and graphs (in English and French) and sample pages.
Box 13, Folder 19

Who's Who in California. 1969, 1970, 1971.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Kenneth H. Petchenik re Wayne's edited biographical information for contribution to Who's Who in California.
Box 13, Folder 20

Who's Who In The United States. 1975.

Scope and Content Note

Biographical form for 1975 edition and brochure for Who's Who In the United States.
Box 14, Folder 10

Pomodoro, Gio. 1968, 1980.

Scope and Content Note

Includes from Giò Pomodoro (sculptor) a postcard of Schloss Schönbrunn, Vienna; catalogue of his work, "Luogo delle misure 1977/78: scultura e materiali progettuali" (Piazza dei Signori, Verona, 1980 September.)
Box 15, Folder 9

Mc Miscellaneous: McCartney, Carole; McPhail, Don; McCann, Cecile; McHugh, Jim; McQuire, Claudie. 1984, 1986, 1990, 1994.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Cecile McCann; Carole McCartney re the Los Angeles Women's Alliance for the Arts; Mavadret [?] Nelson re available materials for Esther McCoy archives; Claudie McGuire (in French); Jim McHugh; Don McPhail re receiving Wayne's book, purchasing two of Wayne's prints, and Ofelia [Garcia?] moving to Atlanta; Genevieve McSweeney.
Box 15, Folder 13

Myrrh. 1991.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Trudy Myrrh Reagan re meeting Wayne; also includes issue of Ylem: Artists Using Science and Technology newsletter (vol. 11, no. 1, Feb. 1991.)
Box 17, Folder 5

McWilliams, Peter. 1993.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Peter McWilliams (Prelude Press) re quoting Wayne in his book, "Ain't Nobody's Business If You Do: The Absurdity of Consensual Crimes in a Free Society."
Box 17, Folder 7

AM MISCELLANEOUS: Amos, Sarah. 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996.

Scope and Content Note

Sarah Amos (Master Printer and Director of the Vermont Studio Center Press, 1994-2004) re her moving to New York to work with Bob Blackburn, moving to work as resident artist/printer at Vermont Studio Center, travels to Australia and Canada; Wayne going to New York to work with Judith Solodkin.
Box 17, Folder 8

AN Miscellaneous. 1991, 1993, 1996.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Isabel Anderson re error in Art Week and meeting Wayne at Judith Hoffberg's open house; Mark W. Anderson (Professor of Art, Corpus Christi State University, TX) re Wayne's help with student's presentation; holiday card from Wallis Annenberg.
Box 19, Folder 9

Aillagon, Jean-Jacques. 1982, 1983.

Scope and Content Note

Re Irène Mroz (artist) possible involvement with the Los Angeles 1984 Olympic preparations and working in the United States; exhibition announcement for "Paris-Rome-Athènes" at Ecole des Beaux-Arts, Paris (1982 May 11-July 18); Wayne's visit to Paris; Nathan Shapira re contacts at College Art Association (CAA.)
Box 19, Folder 12

Kaplan, Abe. 1954, 1993.

Scope and Content Note

Examples of Abraham Kaplan's writings, including: "Referential Meaning in the Arts" (reprinted from The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, vol. XII, no. 4, 1954 June); various fables; also includes Kaplan's obituary (Los Angeles Times, 1993 June 22.)
Box 19, Folder 14

Chuck Kline & Family. 1982, 1987, 1988, 1993, 1994.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Chuck [Wayne's mother's youngest brother] and Julie Klein re their new home in Polson, MO and Chuck's knee operation; Rick Klein re publishing of his art work; also includes copy of Missoulian newspaper article re Rick Klein and snowy owls; Francine Klugsman re Wayne's exhibition of "The Dorothy Series" at UCLA.
Box 20, Folder 3

Barrett, Catherine. 1982, 1985.

Scope and Content Note

Re taking architecture licensing examinations, invitation to wedding of Catherine Barrett and Robert Younger, and establishment of Barrett Gleason & Associates architectural office; also includes two issues of "Arcade: The Northwest Calendar for Architecture and Design" (Vol. IV, No. 1, 1984 April/May; Vol. IV, No. 2, 1984 June/July.
Box 20, Folder 8

Broadd, Dr. Harry. 1954, 1959, 1964, 1968, 1976, 1980, 1982-1984.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Harry A. Broadd (Professor of Art History, Northeastern Illinois University) re his manuscript, "Art of Lithography in America"; acquiring slides from check list of lithographers; article on Wayne for Our Art Heritage publication by Arts & Activities; death of Harry Broadd (1983 October 3.)
Box 20, Folder 15

Bushmiller, Edgar Allen. 1982.

Scope and Content Note

Includes examples from Bushmiller's copy art and mail art projects.
Box 21, Folder 7

City of Los Angeles Board of Public Works. 1985, 1988.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Bee Canterbury Lavery (Chief of Protocol, Office of the Mayor [Tom Bradley] of Los Angeles) re Wayne's attendance at ceremony honoring Marcia Wilson Hobbs (President, Greater Los Angeles Zoo Association); Maureen A. Kindel (President, Board of Public Works) re Wayne's attendance at Watts Towers/Art Center/Community Tour (1985 March 28.)
Box 21, Folder 8

Avati, Mario. 1981-1983, 1985, 1987-1990, 1992-1995.

Scope and Content Note

Correspondents include: Mario and Helenn Avanti re Wayne's friend, Rita Morrison, visiting Paris; Wayne's film for "The Dorothy Series"; Wayne visiting Paris for her exhibition of prints at Galerie des Femmes (1985 April 15); Centre International d'Art Contemporain; artists taxation laws; Wayne's exhibitions in New York at Newmark Gallery and Associated American Artists (AAA); death of Louise Nevelson; Wayne's continuing litigation; Pat Gilmore visiting Paris; Wayne's trips to Australia and Japan; Tamarind Papers with Wayne's article, "Broken Stones and Whooping Cranes"; Wayne visiting Paris; Northridge earthquake (1994 January 17); also includes exhibition announcements for Mario Avanti and catalogue, "Uno Zoo Postale e Altri Animali: Disegni e Incisioni di Mario Avanti" (1989 December 21-1990 January 21, Comune di Cavriago), single page from Journal of the Print World (Vol. 12, No. 4, Fall 1989) with article by Dennis Wepman, "Mario Avati", and a brochure for book by Roger Passeron, "Mario Avati: L'Oeuvre Gravé IV 1968- 1975."
Box 21, Folder 9

Aylon, Helen. 1988, 1989.

Scope and Content Note

Re Aylon's "Sand Sounds" performance piece and Wayne's advice re Aylon's lawsuit against Richardson's Fine Arts Handlers, San Francisco.
Box 21, Folder 12

Attias, Elaine. 1981-1988, 1990, 1991, 1993, 1995, 1996.

Scope and Content Note

Postcards and letters re: Attias' trips to Paris, Amsterdam, Seville, London, Budapest, Moscow, Prague; slides of Wayne's work; Wayne's participation in Picasso play, "Catch Desire by the Tail" at the Guggenheim Museum (1984 October 25, 26); meeting Attias' daughter, Jane; death of Attias' father, Edward D. Mitchell; Wayne's friend, Kyoko "Michi" Michishita visiting London; censorship in the arts; Wayne's catalogue and exhibition at Neuberger Museum of Art (State University of New York, Purchase, NY); also includes photocopies of Attias articles on British arts budget cuts, Prime Minister Thatcher and feminism, and collection of quotations and newspaper articles by Attias: "Les Arts Are Reblooming in France" (Los Angeles Times Calendar section, 1982 February 7); "Reagan-Gandi: Worlds in collision" (Los Angeles Herald Examiner, 1982 July 25.)
Box 23, Folder 9

Firestone, Joan. 1979, 1981, 1982, 1984, 1985.

Scope and Content Note

Re Wayne participating in Print Expo in Boston (1979) and visiting New York; article on Firestone (President, Primary Design Galleries, New York) and engravings after American Bank Note stocks and bonds; Wayne's exhibition at Jewish Museum; Wayne being represented by Armstrong Gallery, New York; Firestone's trip to Italy; Wayne's upcoming exhibition in New York (1984); Firestone's production career.
Box 23, Folder 21

TW Miscellaneous: Twinrocker Paper Company. 1973.

Scope and Content Note

Contains 1973 holiday card from Kathryn and Howard Clark (Twinrocker Handmade Paper.)
Box 24, Folder 2

Japanese Maps. no date.

Scope and Content Note

Includes maps of Hiroshima, Japan, and Sydney, Australia. Also includes travel information for visiting Japan, and the Hara Museum of Contemporary Art.
Box 105, Folder 13

WOL Miscellaneous. 1974 Oct.

Scope and Content Note

Architectural blueprints for "Wolf Point Project" [Wolf Point, MT] hotel lobby and atrium & skylight (1974 October 14), executed by architectural firm of Skidmore, Owings and Merrill of Chicago.
Box 106, Folder 13

Kanemitsu, Mike. 1988 Dec.

Scope and Content Note

Issue of Tozai Times given by Mike to June with article by Nancy Uyemura about Matsumi "Mike" Kanemitsu, "Portrait of an Artist" (Vol. 5, Issue 51, 1988 December.)
Box 107, Folder 6

Lowry, MacNeil Estate Correspondence 1964-1993. 1973 Dec 5, 1964 Apr 30.

Scope and Content Note

Newspaper clipping with article about W. McNeil Lowry by Grace Glueck, "First Private Foundation To Aid the Arts Is Set Up" (New York Times, December 5, 1973); photocopy of article by Jennifer Dunning, "A Blunt Architect of Ballet's Success: W. McNeil Lowry crusades against the results of his own achievements" (New York Times, 1988 November 21); typed descriptive notes about Lowry, with handwritten note to "Mac" from Wayne.
Box 159, Folder 13

Benjamin, Harold. 1987-2005.

Box 160, Folder 10

Copley, Noma. 1986-2005.

Box 161, Folder 4

Evans, Wyn. 1982.

Box 161, Folder 10

Gibson, Ralph. 1973.

Box 161, Folder 11

Goldman, Connie. 1982-2003.

Box 162, Folder 1

Goodson, Marvin and Goodnik, Jim. 2009.

Box 162, Folder 5

Haag, Jan 1981-1989. 1978-1989.

Box 162, Folder 6

Haag, Jan 1986. 1984-1999.

Box 162, Folder 9

Hibbs, Albert. 1985-2003.

Box 163, Folder 2

Holmes, Mary. 2002.

Box 163, Folder 8

Jordan, Mary and Johnston, Ynez. 1982-2004.

Box 163, Folder 9

Juillard, Joelle. 1982.

Box 167, Folder 1, Folder 2

Kirker, Anne. 1989-2004.

Box 163, Folder 12

Koenenn, Connie. 1983-1987.

Box 164, Folder 1

Lacey, Suzanne. 1987.

Box 164, Folder 9

Larocca, Joan. 1995-2005.

Box 165, Folder 2

Lewis, Golda. 2003.

Box 165, Folder 3

Lowry, Elsa. 1994-1999.

Box 165, Folder 8

Macarthur Foundation. 1987.

Box 165, Folder 9

Masurofsky, Gregory. 1983-2009.

Box 165, Folder 10

McGuinness, Karen and MacFadden-Miller. 1985-1998.

Box 166, Folder 2

Peterson, Susan. 1986-2009.

Box 167, Folder 3

Roncey, Albert and Yvette. 1981-2001.

Box 218, Folder 2

Abrahamson, Joan. 1987-2002.

Box 218, Folder 3

Adler, Yanina. 2007.

Box 218, Folder 4

AK Miscellaneous. 2008.

Box 218, Folder 5

Anawalt, Sasha. 2003.

Box 218, Folder 6

Apgar, Evelyn. 2002.

Box 218, Folder 7

Aratow, Anita. 1966.

Box 218, Folder 8

Arbeitar, Joan. 2002.

Box 218, Folder 9

Askin, Walter. 1988-1999.

Box 218, Folder 10

Davis, Steven. 2007.

Box 218, Folder 11

Diamonstein, Barbaralee. 1981-2008.

Box 218, Folder 12

Dienes, Milt. 1999-2010.

Box 218, Folder 13

Goldberg, Mildred and Murph. 1982-2005.

Box 218, Folder 14

Grobstein, Ruth. 2005.

Box 218, Folder 15

Guillemin, Roger. 2004-2005.

Box 218, Folder 16

Haag, Jan. 2000-2010.

Box 218, Folder 17

Haag, Jan. 2010-2011.

Box 218, Folder 18

Harris, Paul and Sutherland, Anne. 1983-2004.

Box 218, Folder 19

Harwood, June. 1971-2009.

Box 218, Folder 20

Hicks, Price. 1972-2011.

Box 218, Folder 21

Hines, Thomas. 2010.

Box 218, Folder 22

Hirsch, Gilah Yelin. 2005-2009.

Box 218, Folder 23

Hirsch, Gilah Yelin. 2008-2011.

Box 219, Folder 1

Hirsch, Gilah Yelin. 1981-1996.

Box 219, Folder 2

Hirschberg, Emelyne. 1983-2005.

Box 219, Folder 3

Holleb, Marshall. 1996-2011.

Box 219, Folder 4

Hollywood Forever. 2004-2005.

Box 219, Folder 5

Hunter, John. 1983-1998.

Box 219, Folder 6

Inouye, Lara. 1992.

Box 219, Folder 7

June Wayne Birthday Celebration. 2008.

Box 219, Folder 8

Kerslake, Kenneth. 2006-2008.

Box 219, Folder 9

Kim, Myungwon. 2011.

Box 219, Folder 10

Kinder, Theodora. 2010.

Box 219, Folder 11

Kozloff, Joyce. 1981-2011.

Box 219, Folder 12

Leone, Vivian. 1989-1997.

Box 219, Folder 13

L'Heureux, J.J. 2004-2011.

Box 219, Folder 14

Lozingot, Serge and Liliane. 1993-2009.

Box 220, Folder 1

Lozingot, Serge and Liliane. 2009-2011.

Box 220, Folder 2

Matthews, Jane. 1996-1998.

Box 220, Folder 3

Moore, Abby. 2003-2004.

Box 220, Folder 4

Moore, Bill. 2006-2011.

Box 220, Folder 5

Moses, Ed. 2006.

Box 220, Folder 6

Nagamatsu, Ernest T. 1981-1989.

Box 220, Folder 7

Nicholas, Fred. 1995-2006.

Box 220, Folder 8

Paris Trip. 1998-1999.

Box 220, Folder 9

Parrish, Paul. 2008-2010.

Box 220, Folder 10

Puniello, Francoise. 2000-2003.

Box 220, Folder 11

Reagan, Gertrude Myrrh. 1982-1983.

Box 220, Folder 12

Real, Dorothy and Jim. 1991-2009.

Box 220, Folder 13

Rigler, Lloyd. 1999-2001.

Box 220, Folder 15

Rosenbaum, Sandy. 2009-2011.

Box 220, Folder 16

Rosenthal, Ernest. 1999-2010.

Box 220, Folder 17

Roth-Davies, Mary. 2007-2010.

Box 220, Folder 18

Rubin, David. 1982-1986.

Box 220, Folder 19

Saad-Cook, Janet T. 1988-2003.

Box 220, Folder 20

Saijo, Mike. 2010.

Box 220, Folder 21

Seaquist, Carolyn and Larry. 1982-1989.

Box 220, Folder 22

Seaquist, Carolyn and Larry. 1991-2000.

Box 220, Folder 23

Seaquist, Carolyn and Larry. 2003-2009.

Box 221, Folder 1

Seaquist, Carolyn and Larry. 2010-2011.

Box 221, Folder 2

Secunda, Arthur. 1975-2008.

Box 221, Folder 3

See, Carolyn. 2002.

Box 221, Folder 4

Segal, Claire. 2001.

Box 221, Folder 5

Shapiro, Miriam. 1981-2006.

Box 221, Folder 6

Shaw, Joyce Cutler (1 of 3). 1979-1989.

Box 221, Folder 7

Shaw, Joyce Cutler (2 of 3). 1988-2011.

Box 221, Folder 8

Shaw, Joyce Cutler (3 of 3). 1988-2011.

Box 221, Folder 9

Sills, Stephanie. 2006.

Box 221, Folder 10

Smith, Clifford. 1982.

Box 221, Folder 11

Spector, Carol. 2010.

Box 221, Folder 12

Stinsmuehlen: Amend, Susan and Richard. 1991-2004.

Box 221, Folder 13

Ting, Wallasse. 1967-1969.

Box 221, Folder 14

Tullis, Randy. undated.

Box 221, Folder 15

Webster, Mary. 2009-2010.

Box 221, Folder 16

Yang, Linda. 1989-2003.

Box 221, Folder 17

Yates, Addie. 1982-2001.

Box 222, Folder 1

Zelinsky, Wilbur. 1955-1999.

Box 222, Folder 2

Zuka. 2000-2010.

 

Subseries 10: Press. 1943-1997.

Scope and Content Note

This subseries includes correspondence and clippings regarding exhibitions, Wayne's opinions on artists' roles and the creative process, and the Tamarind Workshop and Institute. Topics also include the theft of Wayne's "Lemmings Day" tapestry from the lobby of UCLA's Institute of Molecular Biology, the opening of Wayne's "The Dorothy Series" in New York, KCET's airing of Wayne's PBS television show, and Wayne's College Art Association (CAA) convocation speech (1990).

Processing Information

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

New Art Examiner. Washington D.C. 1990.

Scope and Content Note

Derek Guthrie (publisher) re struggle for success of magazine and finding appropriate niche among arts publications.
Box 1, Folder 2

American Artist, New York. 1985-1986.

Scope and Content Note

Robin Longman (senior editor) re Tamarind article; Mary Carroll Nelson (artist, author) re questionnaire for 50th anniversary article on selected artists from the magazine's archives.
Box 1, Folder 3

Art Papers. Atlanta. 1982.

Scope and Content Note

Laura Lieberman (editor) re use of photos of Wayne's "The Dorothy Series" for article, as well as "Next of Skin," "Visa," and "Stella Winds" series.
Box 222, Folder 3

Arts and Antiques. 2008.

Box 1, Folder 4

American Artist, New York. 1973-1979.

Scope and Content Note

Susan E. Meyer (Editor) re: "Women in Art: A Progress Report" article (1972 December); Wayne's College Art Association (CAA) presentation of "The Male Artist as Stereotypical Female"; Wayne's proposed amendments to the Museum Services Act; theft of Wayne's "Lemmings Day" tapestry from lobby of UCLA's Institute of Molecular Biology; copy of "June Wayne: 'The Dorothy Series'" by Susan Stowens with Wayne's suggested edits. Other correspondents are: Diane Cochran; Ruth Fitzgibbons (with eleven 4 x 5 in. photos by Julius Shulman); and Sandra Kane. Included is American Artist issue (1973 April) and tear sheets from Interiors (1978 October), American Arts & Antiques (1979 January/February), Antiques World (1978 December), and Residential Interiors (1978 September/October.)
Box 1, Folder 5

American Art Review/Albuquerque Journal/Arts Canada/ArtForum/Art in America. 1973-1978, 1983-1984, 1988.

Scope and Content Note

American Art Review (Clinton Adams, director; Victoria Kogan, editor) re Wayne photograph for article on lithography in Los Angeles from 1933-1960; Albuquerque Journal (Joseph Traugott) re review of Wayne exhibition in Albuquerque (1983); artscanada (Anne Brodzky, editor) re Wayne visit to Toronto; ArtForum (Max Kozloff; Joseph Masheck, editor; Amy Baker Sandback, executive publisher) re: Wayne response to Carol Duncan article, "Greatness is a Box of Wheaties"; print disclosure laws with 1975 article on the subject by Wayne for American Artist; theft of Wayne's "Lemmings Day" tapestry from lobby of UCLA's Institute of Molecular Biology; Art in America (Elizabeth Baker) re Tax Reform Act section 263A and Uniform Capitalization Rules, and theft of "Lemmings Day" tapestry; Baker to Armstrong Gallery, NY (Phillip Bloom) re transparencies of Wayne exhibition pieces.
Box 1, Folder 6

ARTnews. New York. 1952, 1973-1983, 1986-1988, 1990.

Scope and Content Note

ARTnews (Thomas B. Hess) re Wayne's visit (1952) to New York and Chicago; majority of correspondence is with Milton Esterow (editor) re: June Harwood article; Ford Foundation for the Humanities and Arts and W. McNeil Lowry; promotional ARTnews flyer and television commercials; print disclosure laws with 1975 article on the subject by Wayne for American Artist; publication of Wayne's paper, "The Creative Process: Artists, Carpenters, and the Flat Earth Society"; ARTnewsletter with summary of first World Art Market Conference; Wayne's response to Judith Goldman article, "The Master of Bedford" and Kenneth Tyler; California Confederation of the Arts Congress; John Brademas and White House Conference on the Arts hearings in Los Angeles (1978 Jan 3); theft of Wayne's "Lemmings Day" tapestry from lobby of UCLA's Institute of Molecular Biology; California Proposition 13; ARTnews questionnaire; Wayne exhibitions at Montgomery Gallery (Pomona College, Claremont, CA), and Arizona State University (Tempe, AZ); opening of "The Dorothy Series" at the Jewish Museum, New York (1981 Jan 19) and UCLA's Frederick Wight Art Gallery; Great American Maxims project; insurance lawsuits. Other correspondence includes Peter Plone (Wayne's agent) to/from Milton Esterow; Charlotte Gilbertson; Sylvia Hochfield re Projansky agreement; Kay Larson (associate editor); Barbaralee Diamonstein re list of photographs of works from Wayne's collection for inclusion in 75th Anniversary volume of ARTnews; Malcolm Carter re National Endowment for the Arts and Nancy Hanks (chair of NEA, 1969-1977); Garo Z. Antreasian re Goldman article; Carol Saper (advertising director) re ad rates; Susan Larsen re review; Harriet Lebish (conference manager) re Wayne's participation in the 1983 World Art Market Conference.
Box 1, Folder 7

Birmingham News, Chrysalis, Clipper Magazine, Currant Magazine. 1975-1976, 1978, 1983.

Scope and Content Note

Birmingham News, Alabama (Laura Milner) re tear sheet for "The Dorothy Series"; Chrysalis: A Magazine of Women's Culture, Los Angeles (Georgianne Cowan, Arlene Raven, Ruth Iskin, Shani Malin Ginsburg) re Chrysalis Postcards and Calendar project; Clipper, Los Angeles (Barbara Dorr) re cover and article; Current Magazine, San Francisco (Susan Stowens, Kathryn Smith, and Joseph Chowning II) re article about Wayne and Bruce Conner article.
Box 1, Folder 8

Craft Horizons. 1973-1974, 1976.

Scope and Content Note

Craft Horizons of the American Crafts Council, New York (Rose Slivka) to Brian O'Doherty (director, Visual Arts Program, NEA, Washington D.C.) re Susan Peterson (Hunter College's art department) organizing a ceramics workshop for painters and sculptors based on Tamarind format; Bernard Kester's review of Wayne exhibition at Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, Barnsdall Park; Wayne article on Metropolitan Museum of Art exhibition, "Masterpieces of Tapestry from the Fourteenth to the Sixteenth Century" (1974); Patricia Dandignac re Wayne biographical information for contributors column; U.S. Copyright Office, Library of Congress (Bernard C. Dietz, Head, Arts Section) re registration of article in periodical, with Circulars 10 and 42A enclosed.
Box 1, Folder 9

Graphic Magazine (Kenneth S. Knapton Jr.); HARPERS Magazine; Impressions (Jules Heller); Info Artitudes. 1956-1959, 1975-1976.

Scope and Content Note

Impression (Dorothy A. Kaplan, assistant to the editor; Jules Heller, executive editor) re: Wayne's review of the book, "Picasso for Vollard" (1956); inclusion of Wayne's lithograph (one from the series on the poems of John Donne, 1957) in Impression magazine's permanent collection, Graphic Arts Publications, Inc.; article by Pierre Courthion on Wayne's book, "Songs and Sonets of John Donne" (1959); Graphics Magazine/Graphics Society (Kenneth S. Knapton, Jr.) re article about Tamarind (1975); Harper's Magazine (Lewis H. Lapham) re Wayne's article, "The Creative Process: Artists, Carpenters and the Flat Earth Society"; tear sheet from info arTitudes (1976.)
Box 1, Folder 10

La Mamelle (Loeffler), Ladies Home Journal (John Carter, Lenore Hershey), Life Magazine (Kate Ganz). 1968-1969.

Scope and Content Note

Ladies' Home Journal (John Mack Carter, editor/publisher; Lenore Hershey) re: event in New York; Life Magazine (Kate Ganz) re Tamarind fact sheets and innovations in lithography; facts sheets on three lithographs, "Dorothy the Last Day," Tenth Memory," and "At Last a Thousand III."
Box 1, Folder 11

New York Magazine (Abner & Belle Sideman). 1970-1972.

Scope and Content Note

New York Magazine (Belle and Abner Sideman) re: subscription; Wayne book and New York exhibition; Wayne television series.
Box 1, Folder 12

New York Magazine (Barbara Rose). 1972.

Scope and Content Note

New York Magazine (Barbara Rose) re article on prints; tear sheets from New York Magazine with articles by Barbara Rose (1972); Vogue article by Barbara Rose, "American Great: Lee Krasner" (1972 June.)
Box 1, Folder 13

New Yorker Magazine -- advertising rates. 1982-1983, 1997.

Scope and Content Note

New Yorker Magazine (Calvin Tompkins) re his articles on Tatanya Grossman and Andy Warhol; issue of New Yorker (Aug. 9, 1982.)
Box 1, Folder 14

New West (Lesley Wenger). 1976 Oct 11.

Scope and Content Note

Tear sheet from New West with article by Lesley Wenger, "California Visions" (p.134-142), re the exhibition, "Painting and Sculpture in California: The Modern Era" at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA.)
Box 1, Folder 15

Southwestern Art. Austin, TX. 1977-1978.

Scope and Content Note

Southwestern Art (Craig Cornelius, publisher) re photographs and article on Tamarind.
Box 1, Folder 16

Sourcebook (Rex Goode). 1973-1974.

Scope and Content Note

Sourcebook (Richard A. Sherwood, executive director; Doretta Zemp, managing editor; Rex R. Goode, editor) re advertising rates and June Harwood's article on Wayne's tapestries.
Box 1, Folder 17

Vogue Paris. 1984.

Scope and Content Note

Vogue Paris (Jocelyn Kargère, art director; Dominique Nabokov) re Wayne's inclusion in Vogue article on leaders of Los Angeles intellectual, scientific and artistic life, and appointment for Wayne to be photographed by George Hurell.
Box 1, Folder 18

Anchorage Daily News (Molly B. Jones). 1973.

Scope and Content Note

Anchorage Daily News (Molly B. Jones) articles from "Musings" column re Wayne's visit to Anchorage (1973 June) as consultant for Ford Foundation and proposal for Anchorage's Experimental Arts and Crafts Center; excerpts from Wayne's unpublished paper on perceptions and roles of artists.
Box 1, Folder 19

Arizona Republic. Phoenix, AZ. 1977, 1982.

Scope and Content Note

Arizona Republic (Dan McGowan, reporter; Frederic S. Marquardt, senior editor) re magazine's editorials; Wayne papers re creative process.
Box 1, Folder 20

Art Journal (Henry R. Hope). 1972-1973.

Scope and Content Note

Art Journal (Henry R. Hope) re publishing of Wayne's article, "The Male Artist as Stereotypical Female."
Box 1, Folder 21

Associated Press. Cleveland (Bob L. Shaffer). 1975-1976.

Scope and Content Note

Article by Robert L. Shaffer (Associated Press, Cleveland) on women achieving equality in the arts; Shaffer's interview with Wayne.
Box 1, Folder 22

Birmingham Post Herald. Alabama (Sonya Henderson). 1982.

Scope and Content Note

Birmingham Post Herald (Sonya Henderson), Wayne thanks her for article.
Box 1, Folder 23

California Magazine (Alan Price). 1982.

Scope and Content Note

California Magazine (Alan Price) re Wayne's recommendation of art critic, upcoming opening of "The Dorothy Series" in New York and UCLA's Frederick Wight Gallery, and KCET's airing of Wayne's PBS show based on the series.
Box 1, Folder 24

Capitol Times. Wisconsin (Ann Beckman). 1975.

Scope and Content Note

Capitol Times (Ann Beckman) re article on Wayne's paper presented at the Wisconsin Women in the Arts conference.
Box 1, Folder 25

Chicago Daily News (Franz Schulze). 1975.

Scope and Content Note

Chicago Daily News (Franz Schulze) re Panorama magazine article on Wayne and her exhibition at Artemisia, Chicago.
Box 1, Folder 26

Chicago Tribune (Tom Willis/Alan G. Arter). 1970, 1975.

Scope and Content Note

Chicago Tribune (Alan G. Artner and Tom Willis, art and music critics) re Artner article on Wayne and her exhibition of prints and tapestries at Artemisia, Chicago; Willis taped discussion with Wayne on general arts predicament.
Box 1, Folder 27

Chicago Sunday Times (Harold Haydon) (Showcase section). 1972-1973.

Scope and Content Note

Chicago Sunday Times (Harold Haydon) article, "Protection for print collectors" (1972 July 9.)
Box 2, Folder 1

Christian Science Monitor (Diane Loercher) (New York) Wolff. 1969, 1984-1986, 1988.

Scope and Content Note

Christian Science Monitor (Kimmis Hendrick) re address for Mr. and Mrs. Erduran; (Theodore F. Wolff, art critic) re article about Whitney Museum of American Art print collection; Wayne's upcoming show of paintings at Armstrong Gallery, New York (1984); Clinton Adams and conference on print making at Tamarind Institute, Albuquerque; upcoming exhibitions of "Palomar" series in Paris and New York (1985); Wayne's speaking on panel with Richard Fenyman, Al Hibbs, and Tom Van Sant at Westweek conference on Art, Space and Technology at Pacific Design Center; description of Van Sant's "Eyes on Earth from Space" project (1986); Sig Koch, Boston University, and taping Wayne interview for the Aesthetic Research Archive; Wayne and Internal Revenue Service (IRS) difficulties; Louise Nevelson obituary; Wayne's participation in an Otto Piene "Skywork" project; Wolff's review of Arianna Stassinopoulos Huffington's book, "Picasso: Creator and Destroyer" (1988); Wayne's proposal for Guggenheim fellowship; Wayne's key note speaking engagement at the Melbourne Print Council's International Print Symposium, Australia, and exhibition at Macquarie Gallery, Sydney (1988.)
Box 2, Folder 2

Cincinnati Inquirer (Owen Findsen). 1972-1973.

Scope and Content Note

Cincinnati Enquirer (Owen Findsen, art critic) re review of study on one-year period of media coverage of visual arts (Wayne, Betty Fiske and Rosalie Braeutigam involved.)
Box 2, Folder 3

Los Angeles Free Press (Clark Polak). 1974-1975.

Scope and Content Note

Articles by Clark Polak re Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) situations involving Maurice Tuchman (Senior Curator of Modern Art), resignations by Ruth Bowman (curator) and Donnelson F. Hoopes (Senior Curator of American Art); re taped interview of Wayne; letter from Polak to Los Angeles County Board Supervisor Edmund D. Edelman re LACMA operating structure complying with Brown Act requirements; letter from Judy Booth to LACMA requesting copies of Tamarind correspondence; Polak article on arts funding policies of California Governor Edmund G. "Jerry" Brown.
Box 222, Folder 4

Los Angeles Herald Examiner (Betje Howell). 1969-1974.

Box 2, Folder 4

Fresno Bee (David Hale/Betty Tambling). 1988, no date.

Scope and Content Note

Fresno Bee (David Hale, arts writer) thanking him for article; Bette Tambling note re conversation, "Selected Press Reaction" and Wayne debate with George Seldes.
Box 2, Folder 5

UPI (Fred Winship). ca. 1972.

Scope and Content Note

New York UPI (Frederick M. Winship) World Horizons, Home, Leisure and the Arts article, "Women Artists Aren't Scarce--The System Keeps Them Underground" (1972 April 30); list of Tamarind UPI clippings (by Joan Sweeney, 1965 January.)
Box 2, Folder 6

Oakland Tribune (Mirriam Dungan Cross). 1956, 1989.

Scope and Content Note

Oakland Tribune (Miriam Dungan Cross (art editor) re review of Wayne's work; MacQuarie Galleries, Australia, 1989 price list of Wayne lithographs and tapestries.
Box 2, Folder 7

Washington Post (Paul Richards). ca. 1972.

Scope and Content Note

Washington Post (Paul Richards) handwritten note with statistical figures regarding percentages of male and female guest artists, resident artists, guest & contract, curators, and printers at Tamarind.
Box 2, Folder 8

San Francisco Examiner (Eloise Dungan). 1974.

Scope and Content Note

San Francisco Examiner (Eloise Dungan) re story on Wayne entitled, "To the Artist: Lead Don't Follow."
Box 2, Folder 9

Gaby Rodgers/Judy Chicago. 1977.

Scope and Content Note

Gaby Rodgers (independent journalist) to Judy Chicago re her "The Dinner Party" project; Wayne to Judy Chicago about Gaby Rodgers' letter.
Box 2, Folder 10

Santa Monica Outlook (Judy Owyang) & Tony Frank. ca. 1980.

Scope and Content Note

Postcard "Cattle Punching on a Jack Rabbit" from Judy Owyang (Santa Monica Outlook) re her relocating to Sacramento; handwritten note re sending Tony Frank (Santa Monica Outlook) Basket Book and Claremont Catalogue (on reverse is discarded Wayne letter to Mr. Conaway about legal matters.)
Box 2, Folder 11

Village Voice (John Perrault). 1973, 1982.

Scope and Content Note

Village Voice article (January 25, 1973) by John Perreault entitled "Winning a place in the show" about New York Cultural Center exhibition, "Women Choose Women", curated by organization of women artists, Women in the Arts (WIA); letter to Perrault re opening of Wayne's "The Dorothy Series" at the Jewish Museum and the series' description in Eleanor Munro's "Originals: American Women Artists."
Box 2, Folder 12

New York Post (Fern Marja Eckman). 1973.

Scope and Content Note

New York Post (Fern Marja Eckman) re slides of Wayne's work; Metropolitan Museum of Art's deaccession policy; Museum of Modern Art's "Art Investment Advisory" business.
Box 2, Folder 13

New York Times. 1970, 1972.

Scope and Content Note

New York Times (John Canaday) re museums deacquisition policies; letter from John Sadler (Pasadena Art Alliance, chairman, and Petty Phelps, benefit sale chairman) to [Nathan] Oliveira re sale of artists' works by Pasadena Art Museum, March 1970; Clinton Adams and Wayne to editor of New York Times re Hilton Kramer review of Brooklyn Museum print exhibition.
Box 2, Folder 14

New York Daily News (Kay Gardella). 1978.

Scope and Content Note

New York Daily News (Kay Gardella) re story on Wayne series.
Box 2, Folder 15

University of California Press (Robert Zachary). 1980.

Scope and Content Note

University of California Press (Robert Y. Zachary) re Wayne contribution to Ben Maddow's book on photographer Max Yavno.
Box 2, Folder 16

Napa Register (Bernice Dunn). 1973.

Scope and Content Note

Napa Register (Bernice Dunn) re article on Wayne's upcoming exhibition at the Art Galleries of the City of Los Angeles; Wayne sent Dunn a copy of "Sex Differentials."
Box 2, Folder 17

New Art Examiner (Chicago) (Pleszak, Devonna). 1975.

Scope and Content Note

New Art Examiner (Devonna Pleszak) re review entitled "June Wayne: Demystifying the Art Scene" about Wayne's exhibition and seminar at Artemisia Gallery, Chicago.
Box 2, Folder 18

New York Times (Book Review Section). 1979.

Scope and Content Note

New York Times Book Review (Julia B. Bachelder) re error in caption of Wayne lithograph image and later correction statement.
Box 2, Folder 19

Wall Street Journal/New York Times. 1969, 1972.

Scope and Content Note

Wall Street Journal and later New York Times (John O'Connor) re article on Tamarind and upcoming exhibition at Ford Foundation Building, New York; story on tax bill and foundations, and establishing Tamarind Institute at University of New Mexico; review of Wayne's television series.
Box 2, Folder 20

New York Times (John Hess, Ann Barry, John Russell). 1980, 1983.

Scope and Content Note

New York Times (Ann Barry) re materials sent for article on print exhibition at Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), New York; re John Russell article "U.S. Women's Art is Good Art" for International Herald Tribune (1983 September 3-4), and two of Wayne's papers, "The Male Artist as Stereotypical Female" and "The Creative Process."
Box 2, Folder 21

The Oregonian (Beth Fagan). 1962.

Scope and Content Note

The Oregonian (Beth Fagan) re article on Wayne exhibition and request for tear sheets.
Box 2, Folder 22

Point to Point (Gallery One, San Jose State University, Mike Crane & Steven Moore). 1980.

Scope and Content Note

Point-To-Point (Mike Crane and Steven Moore, Gallery One, San Jose State University) re two Ken Friedman articles, "Wordworks" and "California."
Box 2, Folder 23

The Milwaukee Journal (Barbara Abel). 1972-1973, 1976.

Scope and Content Note

Milwaukee Journal (Barbara Abel) re story on Wayne; upcoming Wayne exhibition in Europe; (James Auer, art editor) re papers written by Wayne.
Box 2, Folder 24

The Hartford Times (Florence Berkman). 1974.

Scope and Content Note

Hartford Times (Florence Berkman, art critic) re selection of materials sent for article on Wayne.
Box 2, Folder 25

The Herald (Chicago, Ill.) (John Forwalter). 1975.

Scope and Content Note

Hyde Park Herald (John Forwalter) re review of Wayne exhibition at Artemesia Gallery, Chicago.
Box 2, Folder 26

Los Angeles Herald Examiner (Camilla Snyder, Christopher Knight ). 1984-1985.

Scope and Content Note

Los Angeles Herald Examiner (Christopher Knight ) re Wayne sending slides of selected works from upcoming exhibition at Armstrong Gallery, New York (1984 October 17); Knight article on Tamarind exhibition; Wayne expresses dissatisfaction on the selection and installation of works in the exhibition; (Mary Ann Dolan and Gwen Jones) re coverage of exhibition by Knight and Gwen Jones.
Box 2, Folder 27

New York Times (Grace Glueck). 1969, 1973-1974, 1976, 1978-1979, 1984-1985.

Scope and Content Note

New York Times (Grace Glueck) re: review of exhibition "Tamarind: Homage to Lithography" at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) (1969); New York Times Book Review of Lewis Carroll's "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" illustrated by Salvador Dali; Grace Glueck's segment in Wayne's television series; Business Committee for the Arts, Inc. (BCA) and photocopies of correspondence between Lloyd E. Rigler, Frederick Gash, Emily Gash, and Frank Stanton (chairman, BCA); Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) auction of 11 deaccessioned 19th-century paintings (1973); Wayne visit to Harvard art department; formation of Art Advisory Service by Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), New York; Wayne request for review of her film, "Four Stones for Kanemitsu" for use in Tamarind brochure; "print disclosure" laws of California, Illinois and New York; Bar Association amendments; Wayne description of her mother and "The Dorothy Series"; Glueck article, "The Art World Turns to Original prints as Tax Shelters" (New York Times, Sunday, 1978 February 5); theft of Wayne's tapestry, "Lemmings Day" from lobby of UCLA's Institute of Molecular Biology; California Proposition 13; error in Wayne reference in Hirschorn book; Wayne attendance at the World Print Exposition in Boston (1979); Wayne exhibition of new paintings at Armstrong Gallery, New York (1984) and Wayne appearance in Picasso play, "Catch Desire by the Tail" ["Desire Caught by the Tail"] with Jeanne Moreau, Jack Youngerman, Marisol Escobar, David Hockney, and Louise Nevelson performed at Guggenheim Museum.
Box 2, Folder 28

Los Angeles Times (Norman Chandler). 1969, 1952-1953, 1970.

Scope and Content Note

Los Angeles Times (Norman Chandler, publisher) re Wayne receiving Los Angeles Times "Woman of the Year" award for 1952; article on Wayne's award by Fay [no last name]; letter to editor in Art Digest by Arthur [no last name]; invitation to Los Angeles Times "Women of the Year 1969 Awards for Outstanding Achievement"; invitation to Otis Chandler dinner honoring Mr. and Mrs. Paolo Soleri (1970.)
Box 2, Folder 29

Los Angeles Times (Christy Fox, Christopher Knight, Suzanne Muchnic). 1970, 1974, 1990.

Scope and Content Note

Los Angeles Times (Christy Fox, Suzanne Muchnic, and Christopher Knight) re article about Madeleine Jarry and Wayne exhibition in Los Angeles (1970); Artists & Lawyers Ball; Wayne's College Art Association (CAA) speech and mention of letter forwarded from Ronald B. Kitaj's mother (1990.)
Box 2, Folder 30

Los Angeles Times (Judith Michaelson). 1988.

Scope and Content Note

Los Angeles Times (Judith Michaelson) re article on tax relief for artists and writers ["Arts Agencies Urged to Ask New Questions", Los Angeles Times, 1988 November 19.]
Box 2, Folder 31

Birmingham News (James Nelson). 1982-1983.

Scope and Content Note

Birmingham News (James R. Nelson, visual arts critic) re article on Wayne's "The Dorothy Series."
Box 2, Folder 32

San Diego Union Tribune (Andrea Hoffman). 1981.

Scope and Content Note

San Diego Union Tribune (Andrea Hoffman) re Wayne's open studio on Monday evenings, 1981 October 5, 12.
Box 2, Folder 33

San Francisco Magazine. 1974.

Scope and Content Note

San Francisco Magazine (Jerome Tarshis) re letter from David Wallace & Co., Inc, Public Relations (Peter Di Leo) suggesting an interview with Wayne for San Francisco Magazine; Tarshis letter to De Leo, declining the suggestion.
Box 2, Folder 34

Time Magazine (Alexander Eliot, Peter Steffens and Barbara Wilkins). 1959, no date.

Scope and Content Note

Time Magazine (Peter Steffens and Alexander Eliot) re articles on Wayne and description of Livre Deluxe; Christmas card from Barbara Wilkins.
Box 2, Folder 35

Fan Mail General. 1973.

Scope and Content Note

Nancy Heraty re appreciation for Wayne's visit to Denver (21 January 1973); Muriel Nezhnie Helfman re possibly meeting in Washington D.C. and Wayne's Craft Horizon article on narrative tapestry.
Box 2, Folder 36

Vogue (Eleanore Phillips). 1970-1971.

Scope and Content Note

Vogue (Diana Vreeland, Eleanor Phillips, Maurice [last name unknown], and Dale McConathy) re article, "People Are Talking About."
Box 2, Folder 37

Art Today/Artweek. 1971, 1986, 1996, broken series.

Scope and Content Note

Art Today (Patricia Black Bailey, editor) re copy of premiere edition of Art Today (1986 March) and request for including excerpt from Wayne's speech given at Hofstra Museum, Hofstra University Conference on The Avant-garde in Literature and Art (1985 November), Long Island; Artweek (Cecile N. McCann) re article on Wayne; letter and brochure "Women in Art" from Glenn S. Dumke, Chancellor, California State University and Colleges, Los Angeles; Wayne's exhibition at Van Doren Gallery, San Francisco (1976), and speaking engagement at the Women's Art Center, sponsored by the Women's Caucus, College Art Association (CAA); Wayne's joint commentary with Joyce Treiman on the exhibition, "75 Years of California Art" at the San Francisco Museum of Art (1976); thank you note from Mary Stofflet (contributing editor, Artweek) re Wayne's studio party for Ann Sutherland Harris and Linda Nochlin; Wayne advertisement for secretary/studio assistant (1977, 1979); request to Melinda Levine for announcement in "News and Notes" column of "The Dorothy Series" opening at The Jewish Museum, New York and the UCLA Grunwald Center for the Graphic Arts (1982); thanks for article on Wayne's exhibition, "The Djuna Set: Paintings, Tapestries, Collages," Fresno Art Museum (1988); Wayne's correction to article by Bruce Nixon, "Footnote to an Era" re distinction between the Tamarind Lithography Workshop in Los Angeles and Tamarind Institute, University of New Mexico; Patricia Au re Wayne's articles on her James Ensor series and printmaking; Michael Reed re review of "The Dorothy Series" at the Skirball Museum, Los Angeles.
Box 2, Folder 38

Fan Mail General. 1973, no date.

Scope and Content Note

Two fan letters to June Wayne re her visits to Denver (ceramic artist, Nancy Heraty) and Washington D.C. for College Art Association (CAA) conference (St. Louis artist, Muriel Nezhnie Helfman.)
Box 2, Folder 39

Ralph Story. 1973.

Scope and Content Note

Thank you card from Ralph Story.
Box 2, Folder 40

KTTV (Let's Rap) Sandoval, Alicia co-producer. 1973.

Scope and Content Note

KTTV (Alicia Sandoval, moderator/co-producer) re Wayne's appearance on "Let's Rap" television show.
Box 3, Folder 2

KCET (June Wayne TV series) Monologue May Natalie Tabak. 1972, no date.

Scope and Content Note

Letters and materials re May Natalie Tabak's appearance on Wayne's television series, "June Wayne" on KCET.
Box 3, Folder 3

KCET (June Wayne TV Series) Monologue (Grace Glueck). 1972, no date.

Scope and Content Note

Letters and materials re Grace Glueck's appearance on Wayne's television series, "June Wayne" on KCET; also included are Wayne's introductions for guests Louise Nevelson, Barbaralee Diamonstein, Ti-Grace Atkinson, May Natalie Tabak, Francois Gilot, and an artists' group comprised of Louise Nevelson, Ann McCoy, Charles White, and Lorser Feitelson.
Box 3, Folder 4

KCET (June Wayne TV Series) Louise Nevelson. 1972, 1973.

Scope and Content Note

Letters and materials re Louise Nevelson's appearance on Wayne's television series, "June Wayne" on KCET.
Box 3, Folder 5

KCET (June Wayne TV Series) Press Releases & Reviews. 1972-1973, no date.

Scope and Content Note

KCET News press releases and reviews re Wayne's television series, "June Wayne" on KCET.
Box 3, Folder 6

KCET (June Wayne TV Series) set up, guest list for party. 1971-1972.

Scope and Content Note

Guest lists for KCET "June Wayne" television series after-taping party; production and shooting schedules; layouts and 3" x 4" black and white photographs of show sets (Wayne's studio.)
Box 3, Folder 7

KCET (June Wayne TV Series) December 5th Party at KCET. 1972, no date.

Scope and Content Note

Guest lists for KCET "June Wayne" television series launch party (1972 December 5); corresponde