Papers include correspondence, memoranda, reports, publications,
newsletters, minutes, and other materials pertaining to her teaching and administrative
duties in the art department, her involvement with the Stanford Humanities Center, and
other aspects of her professional life, 1970-2006; and as acting director of the
Stanford Museum, 1987-92. Other items of note include newsletters and other records from
the College Art Association of America, 1970-91; and newsletters and other materials
from the Women's Caucus for Art, 1972-90.
Wanda M. Corn, a scholar of late 19th- and early 20th-century painting and photography,
joined the faculty of Stanford's Department of Art and Art History in 1980. She is the
author of THE GREAT AMERICAN THING: MODERN ART AND NATIONAL IDENTITY, 1915-1935 (1999)
and several exhibit catalogs including GRANT WOOD, THE REGIONALIST VISION (1983) and THE
ART OF ANDREW WYETH (1973).
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