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INVENTORY OF THE BEAUMONT AND NANCY NEWHALL PAPERS, 1843-1993 (bulk 1929-1993)
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Box 219, Folder 1

#29 (Käsebier, C. H. White, Steichen, Toulouse-Lautrec, Ives, Eugene, Day)

Box 219, Folder 2

#30 (F. H. Evans, Coburn, W. Roberts, Nancy Newhall)

Box 219, Folder 3

#31 (Rodin, Stieglitz, Picasso, DuChamp, Cézanne, Kandinsky)

Box 219, Folder 4

#32 (Stieglitz, “291”)

Box 220, Folder 1-4

Lectures 33-36

Box 220, Folder 1

#33 (Stieglitz, Lake George)

Box 220, Folder 2

#34 (Sheeler, Outerbridge, Photo Eye of the 20s, Steichen, Strand)

Box 220, Folder 3

#35 (Strand)

Box 220, Folder 4

#36 (E. Weston, W. Mortensen, J. P. Edwards, advanced winners)

Box 221, Folder 1-6

Lectures 37-40A

Box 221, Folder 1

#37 (E. Weston)

Box 221, Folder 2

#37A (E. Weston)

Box 221, Folder 3

#38 (Brett Weston, Imogen Cunningham, W. Van Dyke, Stackpole)

Box 221, Folder 4

#39 (Renger-Patzsch, Erfurth)

Box 221, Folder 5

#40 (Ansel Adams)

Box 221, Folder 6

#40A ( This is the American Earth, by Ansel Adams and Nancy Newhall)

Box 222, Folder 1-5

Lectures 41, 43-45

Box 222, Folder 1

#41 (Atget, Zille)

Box 222, Folder 2

#43 (Jacob Riis, Lewis Hine, Photo Eye of the 20s)

Box 222, Folder 3

#44 (D. Lange, Abbott)

Box 222, Folder 4

#44A ( North America, by J. Russell Smith)

Box 222, Folder 5

#45 (Walker Evans, James Agee)

Box 223, Folder 1-7

Lectures 48-51, 53-54

Box 223, Folder 1

#48 (distortions, cameras)

Box 223, Folder 2

#49 (Man, Salomon)

Box 223, Folder 3

#50 (Kertesz, Brassai)

Box 223, Folder 4

#51 (Cartier-Bresson)

Box 223, Folder 5

#53 (Coburn, Shad, Man Ray, Bruguier, Barbara Morgan, Picasso)

Box 223, Folder 6

#53A (distortions)

Box 223, Folder 7

#54 (photograms, Moholy-Nagy)

Box 224, Folder 1-4

Lectures 55-57

Box 224, Folder 1

#55 (Renger-Patzsch, Moholy-Nagy, Werner Graeff, Franz Roh)

Box 224, Folder 2

#55A ( Amerika, by Erich Mendelsohn)

Box 224, Folder 3

#56 (Bauhaus, Grosz, photomontage, Hausmann, Moholy-Nagy, Tucholsky)

Box 224, Folder 4

#57 (photojournalism, Nadar, M. Bourke-White, W. E. Smith)

Box 225, Box 1-8

Lectures 57B-61, 65, 70

Box 225, Folder 1

#57B ( My Camera in Yosemite, by Ansel Adams)

Box 225, Folder 2

#58 (Siskind, Sommer)

Box 225, Folder 3

#58A (Minor White)

Box 225, Folder 4

#59 (?)

Box 225, Folder 5

#60 (air vision, aerospace, Nadar)

Box 225, Folder 6

#61 (air vision)

Box 225, Folder 7

#65 (?)

Box 225, Folder 8

#70 (?)

Box 226

Slides: Adam-Salamon - Caricature

 

Adam-Salamon

 

Adams, Ansel

 

Airborne Camera

 

Alvarez-Bravo

 

Ambrotype

 

Annan

 

Anthony

 

Armory Show

 

Arp

 

Atget

 

Avedon

 

Baader

 

Baldus

 

Balla

 

Barley

 

Barnard

 

Baugin

 

Bauhaus

 

Bayard

 

Bayer, Herbert

 

Baynham Jones

 

Bell, Willard

 

Bennett

 

Ben Yusuf

 

Bisch

 

Bierstadt

 

Black, J. w.

 

Blau

 

Bloch, Ernest

 

Bomberg, David

 

Bonge

 

Bourke-White, Margaret

 

Brady

 

Bragagua

 

Brandt

 

Braque

 

Braun, Adolphe

 

Brigman

 

Bruguiere

 

Bullock

 

Burke

 

Burns

 

Burri

 

Caillebotte

 

Calderon, P. H.

 

Callahan

 

Calland

 

Calotype

 

Camera

 

Cameron

 

Canaletto

 

Capa, C.

 

Caption

 

Caricatures

Box 227

Slides: Carjat - Daguerreotype (German)

 

Carjat

 

Carrá, Carlo

 

Carroll, Lewis

 

Cartier-Bresson

 

Cavelier

 

CDV

 

Cézanne

 

Chadwick

 

Chagall

 

Chase

 

Chevalier

 

Citroen

 

Civil War

 

Claudet

 

Coburn

 

Color

 

Constable

 

Corot

 

Courbet

 

Cunningham, Imogen

 

Currier, Charles

 

Curry, F. C.

 

Dada

 

Daguerre

 

Daguerreotype-American

 

Daguerreotype-German

Scope and Content Note

Given to Beaumont Newhall by Darl Steinorth. Slides in order of Steinorth's lecture given at UNM, transcript included.
 

Daguerreotype-Metternich

Scope and Content Note

From Philip Condex.
Box 228

Slides: Dali - Lee

 

Dali, Salvador

 

Davison

 

Day, F. H.

 

Dean

 

Degas

 

Delano, J.

 

Delaunay

 

Delmaet

 

Demachy

 

De Meyer

 

Derain

 

Dickins

 

Dickinson

 

Disderi

 

Documentary

 

Doisneau, Robert

 

Draper

 

Ducos Du Hauron

 

Dufy

 

Duncan

 

Dürer

 

Durrieu

 

Eakins

 

Eastman

 

Edgerton

 

Edwards, J. P.

 

Egyptian Photography

 

Eisenstaedt

 

Equipment

 

Erfurth

 

Ernst

 

Evans, F. H.

 

Evans, Walker

 

Exhibitions

 

Fardon

 

Fenton

 

Fiorucci

 

Fizeau

 

Frank

 

Friesz

 

Frith, W. P.

 

FSA

 

Gardner

 

Garnett

 

Gaugin

 

Gerome

 

Gibson, J. F.

 

Gill, J.

 

Gogh, Van

 

GRD

 

Haas

 

Haden, S.

 

Hall, Basil

 

Halsmann

 

Harnett

 

Hart

 

Hartley

 

Hasek-Halke

 

Heartfield

 

Herschel

 

Herzog, F. B.

 

Hesler

 

Hewitt, A.

 

Heyman

 

Hill, D. O.

 

Hillers

 

Hine, Lewis

 

Hiroshige

 

Holder, Preston

 

Hollyer

 

Houseworth

 

Houvet

 

Howlett

 

Hunt, H.

 

Ingres

 

Jackson

 

Johnston

 

Jones, Pirkle

 

Karsh

 

Kasebier

 

Kassak

 

Keiley

 

Kermochan

 

Kertesz

 

Kline

 

Klute

 

Knox

 

Kobell

 

Kodak

 

Kuhn

 

Kupka

 

Labrot

 

Landseer

 

Lange, Dorothea

 

Lartigue

 

Laughlin, C. J.

 

Lautrec

 

Lavenson, Alma

 

Layout

 

Lee, Russell

Box 229

Slides: LeGrey - Rulofson

 

LeGrey

 

Leibl

 

Lenses

 

Lessing

 

Lewis, Wyndham

 

Lippman

 

Lissitzky

 

Llewelyn

 

London

 

Lumiere

 

Lynes

 

Lyons

 

Malevich

 

Man

 

Manguin

 

Man Ray

 

Mansell, T.

 

Marey

 

Marquest

 

Mategna

 

Mather, M.

 

Matisse

 

Mayhew

 

Merlin

 

Mesens

 

Model

 

Modotti

 

Moholy-Nagy

 

Monet

 

Morath, I.

 

Morgan, Barbara

 

Mucha

 

Mulready

 

Mutoscope

 

Muybridge

 

Mydans

 

Nadar

 

Newhall, Beaumont

 

Newman

 

News

 

New York Dada

 

Noskowiak, S.

 

Notman

 

O'Sullivan

 

Painting

 

Parks, G.

 

Parsey

 

Percy

 

Penn

 

Photo Books

 

Photojournalism

 

Photo-Secession

 

Physionotrace

 

Picabia

 

Picasso

 

Pierre Petit

 

Pistoletto

 

Pollack

 

Porter

 

Portrait

 

Postcard

 

Poussin

 

Printing Process

 

Random Shot

 

Rassetti

 

Rauschenberg

 

Ray, Man (see Man Ray)

 

Reekie

 

Rejlander

 

Renger-Patzsch

 

Renoir

 

Rey, Guido

 

Robertson

 

Riis

 

Rivington

 

Robinson, H. P.

 

Rochester Photography

 

Rossetti

 

Rothstein

 

Rowinski

 

Rubincam

 

Rulofson

Box 230

Slides: Runoff - Toulouse Lautrec

 

Runoff

 

Rusch, E.

 

Russell

 

Ryder, J. F.

 

Sander

 

Savage

 

Sawyer

 

Schwartz

 

Schwitters

 

Science

 

Sealey

 

Seurat

 

Shahn, Ben

 

Sharpe

 

Shaw

 

Sheeler, Charles

 

Shew

 

Shore, H.

 

Shustak

 

Simpson, W.

 

Siskind

 

Smith, Pamela Coleman

 

Sommer

 

Southworth

 

Spencer

 

Steichen

 

Steiner

 

Stereo

 

Stieglitz

 

Stock

 

Strand

 

Struss

 

Studios

 

Sutcliffe

 

Talbot

 

Thompson, John

 

Tilney

 

Tintypes

 

Toulouse-Lautrec

Box 231

Slides: Towards a New Vision of the Universe - Zille; Misc.

 

Towards a New Vision of the Universe

 

Turner

 

Twenties (20's)

 

Tzara

 

Uelsmann

 

Underhill

 

U.S.A.

 

Vaccaro

 

Vachon, John

 

Valastro

 

Vance

 

Van Dongen

 

Van Gogh

 

Van Dyke, Willard

 

Velazquez

 

Vermeer

 

Vlaminck

 

Waldack

 

Welpott

 

Weston, Brett

 

Weston, Edward

 

Whistler

 

White, Clarence

 

White, Minor

 

Wiggins

 

Wilkie

 

Willoughby

 

Wilson, Charis

 

Wilson, G. W.

 

Wolcott

 

Worh, Don

 

Wynfield, D. W.

 

X Ray

 

Zille

 

Misc. slides (unidentified)

 

Series VI.  Beaumont Newhall Photographs, ca. 1885-1984

Physical Description: ca. 3.5 lin. ft.

Scope and Content Note

This series consists of a published portfolio of Newhall's photographs, loose photographs and contact sheets (by Newhall and others, and photograph albums.
 

Series VI.A.  Portfolio, 1981

Physical Description: 1 item

Scope and Content Note

The portfolio of Beaumont's photographs includes portraits of Edward Weston, Nancy Newhall, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Paul Strand, and Ansel Adams.
Box 264*

Beaumont Newhall Portfolio

 

Beaumont Newhall, Photographs. Lunn Gallery: Washington D. C., 1981

Scope and Content Note

(Portfolio 39/50)
 

Chase National Bank, New York, 1928

 

Edward Weston, Carmel, CA, 1940

 

Charis Weston's Typewriter, 1940

 

On the Square Rigger, Pacific Queen, Fife Rail, 1940

 

The Plaza Hotel, New York, 1941

 

Nancy Newhall, New York, 1946

 

Henri Cartier-Bresson, New York, 1946

 

Schloss Leoplodskron, Mantelpiece, Salzburg, 1959

 

Paul Strand Shopping, Orgeval, France, 1963

 

Self Portrait at The Museum of Modern Art, New York, 1970

 

Ansel Adams, Ranchos de Taos, New Mexico, 1980

 

Street Photographer, Chichicastenango, Guatemala, 1969

 

Series VI.B.  Photographs and contact sheets, ca. 1935-1984, n.d.

Physical Description: 3 boxes

Scope and Content Note

Photographs, with snapshots and contact sheets, include Newhall's work in progress, personal photographs taken by others (including several portraits of Beaumont Newhall), and some unidentified images.
Box 232

Photos and Contact Sheets

Box 232, Folder 1

Photographs [See also flat file folder 3** for portrait of Beaumont Newhall, Santa Fe]

 

Newhall Residence, Lynn, Mass. Photographer unknown

 

New Universalist Meeting House, Lynn, Mass. Photographer unknown

 

4 Ruth Newhall. By Alice Lillia Newhall

 

2 Models of the ship Aurora. Models and photos by Beaumont Newhall

 

4 Brett Weston

 

Nancy Newhall and the Westons

 

Beaumont Newhall. By Philippe Halsman, 1942

 

Beaumont Newhall in Bari, Italy. By a fellow officer, 1944

 

L. J. M. Daguerre. In Cromer Collection

 

Henri Cartier-Bresson. By Beaumont Newhall, 1946

 

5 Beaumont Newhall with Alden Scott Boyer

 

Alden Scott Boyer at The Bank. By Beaumont Newhall

 

2 Exhibition Layouts

 

Beaumont Newhall Explaing how Glass Bends Light at WHAM-TV, 1953

 

Nancy Newhall

 

Virginia Adams

 

15 Beaumont Newhall at Eastman House

 

Public Relations Photo, 4th P. T. S.

 

2 Unidentified Woman

 

2 Beaumont Newhall at WHAM-TV

 

8 Van Gogh Exhibition at MoMA (Museum of Modern Art, N.Y.), 1935

 

10 Unidentified

Box 232-234

Contact sheets of various subjects

Box 232, Folder 2

Approx. 60 contact sheets

Box 233

Approx. 100 contact sheets

Box 234

Approx. 82 contact sheets

 

Series VI.C.  Albums, 1885-1886, 1941, n.d.

Physical Description: 2 boxes

Scope and Content Note

Photo albums record family scenes, photographs collected by Beaumont's father while studying in Europe, and copies of work by David Octavius Hill.
Box 235

Family Albums

Box 235, Folder 1

Album given to Beaumont Newhall by Edith Boardman (B. Newhall's maternal aunt)

Box 235, Folder 2

Album of photographs collected by Herbert William Newhall (B. Newhall's father) while he was studying photography in Germany and Austria in 1885-1886

Box 236, Folder 1-3

David Octavius Hill/Adamson Albums

Box 236, Folder 1

Labels for Hill/Adamson Exhibition at MoMA (Museum of Modern Art, N.Y.), 1941

Box 236, Folder 2

Album, copy photos of the Heinrich Schwarz Hill/Adamson collection

Box 236, Folder 3

Album, copy photos of the Heinrich Schwarz Hill/Adamson collection

 

Series VII.  Nancy Newhall papers, ca. 1920-1989

Physical Description: 14 lin. ft.

Scope and Content Note

Nancy Newhall's papers include general research files, personal and exhibition files, correspondence, published and unpublished writings, artwork and photographs.
 

Series VII.A.  General files, ca. 1923-1974

Physical Description: 4 boxes

Scope and Content Note

Newhall's general files hold her research materials and in particular document her environmental concerns and her professional relationships with photographers, especially Alfred Stieglitz and Ansel Adams.
Box 237, Folder 1

Adams, Ansel (Chronology of involvement with Nancy Newhall and Beaumont Newhall)

Box 237, Folder 2

Bailey, Frederick, Co.

Box 237, Folder 3

Campbell-Whittlesey House

Box 237, Folder 4

Center of the Eye

Box 237, Folder 5

CV and bibliographies

Box 237, Folder 6

Eastman House: Consultant

Box 237-238

Environmental Files

Box 237, Folder 7

Cayuga Lake-Pollution

Box 237, Folder 8

Congress, Conservation (correspondence)

Box 237, Folder 9

Conservation, clippings, etc.

Box 237, Folder 10

Our environment (correspondence)

Box 237, Folder 11

Our environment (notices)

Box 237, Folder 12

Environmental Action

Box 237, Folder 13

Geological Survey (Dept. of the Interior)

Box 237, Folder 14

Hickel, Walter J.

Box 237, Folder 15

Landmark Society

Box 238, Folder 1

National parks

Box 238, Folder 2

Pollution

Box 238, Folder 3

Shakers and other communities

Box 238, Folder 4

Sierra Club

Box 238, Folder 5

Trustees for Conservation

Box 238, Folder 6

Exchange National Bank

Box 238, Folder 7

Exhibitions and openings

Box 238, Folder 8

Exhibition inquiries

Box 238, Folder 9

Five Associates Inc.

Box 238, Folder 10

Guggenheim application

Box 238, Folder 11

La Luz

Box 238, Folder 12

Library of Congress (Alan Fern)

Box 238, Folder 13

Longwell, Dennis

Box 238, Folder 14

Metzger, Ray

Box 238, Folder 15

Modern Photography

Box 238, Folder 16

New York State Historical Society

Box 238, Folder 17

Smith Alumnae (Frances Robinson)

Box 239-240

Stieglitz

Box 239

Stieglitz (Conversations with Nancy Newhall)

Scope and Content Note

Alfred Stieglitz conversations with Nancy Newhall and abstracts of writings by and about him. Hand-written notes.
Box 240, Folder 1

Stieglitz, Alfred (general material)

Box 240, Folder 2

Letters, xerox copies, typewritten, 1938-1945

Box 240, Folder 3

Notes for a biography on Stieglitz

Box 240, Folder 4

Nancy Newhall notes from conversation with Stieglitz

Box 240, Folder 5

Tucson

 

Series VII.B.  Personal and exhibition files, ca. 1920-ca. 1973

Physical Description: 5 boxes

Scope and Content Note

Exhibition files and journals comprise the personal files. The files include material relating to exhibitions she worked on, personal and professional accounts, including descriptions of meetings with famous photographers, and biographical materials, including family photographs.
Box 241, Folder 1-8

Personal files

Box 241, Folder 1

Biographical notes

Box 241, Folder 2

Daughters of the American Revolution

Box 241, Folder 3

Death of Mother (Beulah Parker)

Box 241, Folder 4

Misc. letters, papers

Box 241, Folder 5

Obituaries

Box 241, Folder 6

School clippings

Box 241, Folder 7

Tributes to Nancy Newhall

Box 241, Folder 8

Family material

Scope and Content Note

Family photographs, letters, printed material.
Box 241-242

Exhibition files

Box 241, Folder 9

A Nation of Nations (Berlin, 1957) ca. 1957

Scope and Content Note

See also oversize, box 267* for color photos of exhibition lay-out.
Box 242, Folder 1

Exhibitions: A Nation of Nations (photographs)

Box 242, Folder 2

Exhibitions: I Hear America Singing (Sierra Club)

Box 242, Folder 3

Exhibitions: This is the American Earth

Scope and Content Note

See also Box 253 and Box 265* for book.
Box 242, Folder 4

Exhibitions: This is the American Earth (reviews)

Scope and Content Note

See also Box 265* for reviews.
Box 242, Folder 5

Exhibitions: This is the American Earth (reviews-duplicates)

Box 243, Folder 1-6

6 Journals, 1947-1960

Box 243, Folder 1

1947

Box 243, Folder 2

1952

Box 243, Folder 3

1953 Mar 28-1954 Feb 19

Box 243, Folder 4

Probably 1955

Box 243, Folder 5

1957

Box 243, Folder 6

1960

Box 244, Folder 1-5

5 Journals 1963-1967, n.d.

Box 244, Folder 1

1963 Mar 3-Dec 17

Box 244, Folder 2

1964 Mar 29-1966 May 13

Box 244, Folder 3

1965 July 5-23

Box 244, Folder 4

1966 Oct 3-1967 Mar 21

Box 244, Folder 5

n.d., (Ansel Adams and Edward Weston)

Box 245, Folder 1-12

12 Journals, 1963-1973

Box 245, Folder 1

Jan 1963

Box 245, Folder 2

1964

Box 245, Folder 3

1965

Box 245, Folder 4

1966

Box 245, Folder 5

1967

Box 245, Folder 6

1968

Box 245, Folder 7

1969

Box 245, Folder 8

1970

Box 245, Folder 9

1971

Box 245, Folder 10

1972

Box 245, Folder 11

1973

Box 245, Folder 12

Addresses and telephone numbers, n.d.

 

Series VII.C.  Correspondence, ca. 1923-1973

Physical Description: 3 boxes

Scope and Content Note

Personal and business letters.
Box 246-247

Personal correspondence

Box 246, Folder 1

Addresses

Box 246, Folder 2-3

Assorted letters to Nancy Newhall

Box 246, Folder 4

Dean, Nick to Nancy Newhall

Box 246, Folder 5

Freed, S. and S. to Nancy Newhall

Box 246, Folder 6

Leftwich, Virginia to Nancy Newhall

Box 246, Folder 7

Parker, Beulah to Nancy Newhall

Box 246, Folder 8-9

Assorted from Nancy Newhall

Box 246, Folder 10

to Sargent, Maude (aunt of Nancy Newhall), 1952

Box 246, Folder 11

Assorted mutual correspondence

Box 246, Folder 12

Curtis, Alice

Box 246, Folder 13

Dagg, Ginia

Box 247, Folder 1

DeCock, Liliane

Box 247, Folder 2

Marshall, George and Betty

Box 247, Folder 3-4

Newhall, Beaumont

Box 247, Folder 5

Okawa, Nogi; includes slides and watercolor pamphlet

Box 247, Folder 6

Orent, Rabbi Joel

Box 247, Folder 7

Patterson

Box 247, Folder 8

Porter, Eliot, 1946-1947

Box 247, Folder 9

Segal, Evelyn

Box 247, Folder 10

Wilson, Adrian

Box 248, Folder 1-11

Business correspondence

Box 248, Folder 1

Assorted to Nancy Newhall

Box 248, Folder 2

Arizona Highways, to Nancy Newhall, 1952

Box 248, Folder 3

Jones, Harold to Nancy Newhall

Box 248, Folder 4

Assorted from Nancy Newhall

Box 248, Folder 5

American Photography from Nancy Newhall

Box 248, Folder 6

Brower, Dave from Nancy Newhall

Box 248, Folder 7

Jones, Pirkle from Nancy Newhall

Box 248, Folder 8

Lewis, Laurie (U of T Press) from Nancy Newhall

Box 248, Folder 9

Udall, Stewart from Nancy Newhall

Box 248, Folder 10

Vaudrin, Philip from Nancy Newhall

Box 248, Folder 11

Unfiled correspondence from Nancy Newhall

 

Series VII.D.  Writings, published and unpublished, 1923-1989

Physical Description: 9 boxes

Scope and Content Note

Includes printed articles, full journal issues, books, and manuscripts. Her manuscripts range from poetry to historical writing.
Box 249

19 small periodicals with pieces by Nancy Wynne Parker, 1923-1935

 

“Between Two Deaths.” Brimmerwrites, May 1923, p. 10-11.

 

“Alice in Brimmer on Friday Morning.” Brimmerwrites, March 1924, p. 3-4.

 

“Poetry (Twilight).” Now and Then, Easter 1925, p. 9, 11.

 

“The Harbor,” “Two Drawings,” “Le Troubadour,” and “Drawings (Sports).” Now and Then, Dec 1925, pp. 2,3,9,11.

 

“A Group of Sonnets,” “Shades at the Mitre Tavern,” and “Two Drawings.” Now and Then, Commencement 1926, pp. 6-10, 20, 23.

 

“Wild Geese.” The Smith College Monthly, Feb 1927, p. 9.

 

“The Gold Prism.” SCM, Oct 1927, p. 20.

 

“Beads” and “Fine Aetatis.” SCM, Nov 1927, p. 14.

 

“Cut is the Branch.” SCM, Mar 1928, p. 53.

 

“To a Fencer.” SCM Oct 1928, p. 25

 

“Cover Design.” SCM, Dec 1928

 

“Cover Design.” SCM, Feb 1929

 

“Cover Design.” SCM, Apr 1929

 

“Cover Design & Woodcut.” The New Frontier, Jan 1934, p. 2.

 

“Thomas Benton.” TNF, Apr 1934, pp. 24-27.

 

Art Editor. TNF, July 1934

Physical Description: two copies
 

“Book Review: Portrait of America.” TNF, Sept 1934, pp. 44-46.

 

“Leon Droll, on Art in America.” TNF, Feb 1935, pp. 29-32.

Box 250, Folder 1-27

Articles by Nancy Newhall, 1937-1951

Box 250, Folder 1

Assorted articles (not in bibliography) about and by Nancy Newhall

Box 250, Folder 2

Parker, Nancy Wynne. “Against Iconoclasm.: Magazine of Art, Mar 1937, p. 136.

Box 250, Folder 3

“Book Review: Wood Engraving of the 1930s, by Clare Leighton.” Magazine of Art, Apr 1937, pp. 251-52.

Box 250, Folder 4

“Gericault's Riderless Racers: The Evolution of an Unpainted Masterpiece.” Magazine of Art, Apr 1938, p. 209.

Box 250, Folder 5

Assorted pieces about Leon Kroll by Nancy Newhall and others.

Box 250, Folder 6

With Beaumont Newhall. “Horatio Greenough, Herald of Functionalism.” Magazine of Art, Jan 1939, pp. 12-15.

Box 250, Folder 7

“Review: Life in America at Metropolitan Museum of Art.” Parnassus, Oct 1939

Box 250, Folder 8

“Television and the Arts.” Parnassus, Jan 1940, pp. 37-38.

Box 250, Folder 9

“Alfred Stieglitz: Hon. FPSA.” The PSA Journal, 1943

Box 250, Folder 10

“What is Pictorialism?” Camera Craft, Nov 1941, p.42.

Box 250, Folder 11

“Painter or Color Photographer?” U. S. Camera, Feb 1941, p. 42.

Box 250, Folder 12

“P. H. Emerson.” The Complete Photographer, 1942 Apr 30, pp. 1484-88.

Scope and Content Note

Reprinted, slightly condensed, in: The Encyclopedia of Photography. Ed. by Willard D. Morgan. New York: Greystone Press, 1964, pp. 1254-57.
Box 250, Folder 13

“H. P. Robinson.: The Complete Photographer, 1943 Jan 20, pp. 3150-53.

Scope and Content Note

Reprinted in: The Encyclopedia of Photography, pp. 3258-60.
Box 250, Folder 14

“Four Photographs.” Magazine of Art, May 1943, pp. 180-83.

Box 250, Folder 15

“Photography Center.” Bulletin of the Museum of Modern Art 11, 2, 1943, unpaged.

Box 250, Folder 16

Draft for introduction to photo section, Art in Progress exhibit catalog, 1944

Box 250, Folder 17

“The Need for Research in Photography.” College Art Journal 4 1945, pp.203-206.

Box 250, Folder 18

Paul Strand's Story. Interview, 1945, unpublished

Box 250, Folder 19

“Review: Born Free and Equal, by Ansel Adams. Photo-Notes, June 1946

Box 250, Folder 20

“Alfred Stieglitz.” Photo-Notes, Aug 1946, pp. 3-5. Reprinted in Stieglitz Memorial Portfolio 1864-1946. Ed. by Dorothy Norman. New York: Twice a Year Press, 1947

Box 250, Folder 21

“Review: The Inhabitants, by Wright Morris.” Photo League Bulletin, Nov 1946, p. 2.

Box 250, Folder 22

“Brett Weston.” Photo-Notes, May-June 1947, pp. 3-4.

Box 250, Folder 23

“Ben Shahn.” Photo-Notes, Nov 1947, p. 3.

Box 250, Folder 24

“Emerson's Bombshell.” Photography, Winter 1947, p. 50.

Box 250, Folder 25

“The Photo League: A Perspective.” This is the Photo League. New York: The Photo League, 1948, unpaged.

Box 250, Folder 26

“Brett Weston: An Introduction.” White Sands, Portfolio of 10 Original Photographs, by Brett Weston. San Francisco: Grabhorn Press, 1950

Scope and Content Note

Reprinted, in revised form, in: Brett Weston, Photographs. Exhibition catalog, Amon Carter Museum, Fort Worth, TX, Jan. 27-March 20, 1966, pp. 1-4. Also reprinted in: Photography, June 1961, pp. 44-55. Excerpted in: Program of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, 74th Season, No. 3 (Oct. 29-30, 1954), pp. 99-100.
Box 250, Folder 27

“Review: My Camera in Yosemite Valley, by Ansel Adams.” Magazine of Art, Dec 1950, p. 309. Tearsheets.

Box 251

The Photographer and Reality: Ansel Adams, unpublished ms., 1951

Scope and Content Note

[needs conservation]
Box 252, Folder 1-17

Articles 1951-1983, Books and Catalogs 1945-1950, by Nancy Newhall

Box 252, Folder 1

“Journey into Childhood, Review of Summer's Children, by Barbara Morgan.” Popular Photography, Oct 1951, pp. 146-147. Tearsheets.

Box 252, Folder 2

“Edward Weston and the Nude.” Modern Photography, June 1952, p. 38. Tearsheets, with letter.

Box 252, Folder 3

“The Caption: The Mutual Relation of Words/Photographs.” Aperture, 1, 1, 1952, 17-29.

Box 252, Folder 4

“Sunset Crater National Monument... Arizona.” Arizona Highways, July 1952, p. 3.

Box 252, Folder 5

“Controversy and the Creative Concepts.” Aperture 2, 2, 1953, 3-13.

Box 252, Folder 6

“Paul Strand: Letters from France and Italy.” Aperture 2, 2, 1953, 16-24.

Scope and Content Note

With note on Paul Strand by Nancy Newhall.
Box 252, Folder 7

With Ansel Adams. “Death Valley.” Arizona Highways, Oct 1953, pp. 16-34. Reprinted, in condensed form, in: Catholic Digest, Dec 1953, pp. 67-70.

Box 252, Folder 8

“Paul Strand: A Commentary on His New Work.” Modern Photography, Sept 1953, p. 46. Tearsheets and original manuscript.

Box 252, Folder 9

“Nancy Newhall Comments on Edward Weston's discussion of color as form.” Modern Photography, Dec 1953, p. 59.

Box 252, Folder 10

“Mission San Xavier del Bac.” Arizona Highways, Apr 1954, pp. 13-35.

Box 252, Folder 11

“Brassai: Je ne découvre rien, j'imagine tout/ Brassai: I Invent Nothing, I Imagine Everything.” Camera, May 1956, pp. 185-215. In French and English.

Box 252, Folder 12

“A Great Photographer Dies: Edward Weston, 1886-1958.” Modern Photography, Apr 1958, p. 94.

Box 252, Folder 13

“Introduction.” A Portfolio of Sixteen Photographs by Alvin Langdon Coburn. Rochester, New York: George Eastman House, 1962, pp. 3-18.

Box 252, Folder 14

With Ansel Adams. “Sanctuary in Adobe.” American Heritage, Apr 1962, pp. 68-75.

Box 252, Folder 15

“Mary Austin's Country.” Arizona Highways, Apr 1968, pp. 2-9.

Box 252, Folder 16

Photographs for “Mary Austin's Country.”

Box 252, Folder 17

“Paul Strand, Catalyst and Revealer.” Modern Photography, Aug 1969, pp. 70-75.

Box 253, Folder 1-18

Articles, Books and catalogs by Nancy Newhall, 1945-1983

Box 253, Folder 1

“Ansel Adams, Brilliant Recorder of Nature's Magnificence.” Modern Photography, Sept 1969, p. 66.

Box 253, Folder 2

With Beaumont Newhall. “Foreward to Ansel Adams's Portfolio VI.” New York: Parasol Press, 1974

Box 253, Folder 3

“Praise and Questions for The Woman's Eye, by Anne Tucker.” Afterimage, Mar 1974, pp. 8-9.

Box 253, Folder 4

“Spring Comes to Desert Country.” Arizona Highways, Mar 1983

Box 253, Folder 5

Paul Strand, Photographs, 1915-1945. New York: Museum of Modern Art, 1945

Box 253, Folder 6

The Photographs of Edward Weston. New York: Museum of Modern Art, 1946

Box 253, Folder 7

Ansel Adams. Chicago: Art Institute, 1982

Box 253, Folder 8

With Paul Strand. Time in New England. New York: Oxford University Press, 1950

Box 253, Folder 9

Time in New England. Millerton, NY: Aperture, 1980, 2nd ed.

Box 253, Folder 10

With Ansel Adams. Death Valley. San Francisco: 5 Associates, 1954

Box 253, Folder 11

With Ansel Adams. Mission San Xavier de Bac. San Francisco: 5 Associates, 1954

Box 253, Folder 12

A Contribution to the Heritage of Every American: The Conservation Activities of John D. Rockefeller, Jr. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1957

Box 253, Folder 13

Edward Weston, Photographer. Aperture 6, 1, 1958

Box 253, Folder 14-16

With Ansel Adams. This is the American Earth. San Francisco: Sierra Club, 1960; [See also oversize box 265*]

Box 253, Folder 17

The Daybooks of Edward Weston. Volume I, Mexico, and Volume II, California. Rochester, New York: George Eastman House in collaboration wiht Horizon Press, 1961-1963

Box 253, Folder 18

The Daybooks of Edward Weston (litigation)

Box 254, Folder 1-7

Books and Catalogs by Nancy Newhall, 1963-1970

Box 254, Folder 1

Ansel Adams, Photographs, 1929-1963: The Eloquent Light. Exhibition Catalog, M. H. deYoung Museum, San Francisco, California, 1963

Box 254, Folder 2

The Eloquent Light: Royalty statements from the Sierra Club and letter from Aperture.

Box 254, Folder 3

The Eloquent Light. Reprint ed. Millerton, NY: Aperture, 1980

Box 254, Folder 4

Edward Weston, Photographer: the Flame of Recognition. Rochester, NY: Aperture, 1965, and Aperture 12, 1 and 2, 1965

Box 254, Folder 5

With Ansel Adams. Fiat Lux: The University of California. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1967

Box 254, Folder 6

With Beaumont Newhall. A Collection of Photographs: Exchange National Bank. New York: Aperture, 1969

Box 254, Folder 7

With Ansel Adams. The Tetons and the Yellowstone. Redwood City, CA: 5 Associates, 1970

Box 255, Folder 1-6

Books and Catalogs and unpublished mss by Nancy Newhall, 1975-1989

Box 255, Folder 1

P. H. Emerson: The Fight for Photography as a Fine Art. Millerton, NY: Aperture, 1975

Box 255, Folder 2-6

From Adams to Stieglitz, Aperture, 1989

Box 256-257

Unpublished mss. by Nancy Newhall

Box 256, Folder 1

Assorted Unpublished Mss:

 

“On Yankee Point” A Ballad of and about Ansel Adams on his 68th Birhtday

 

“The Past in Toys.” Campell Whittlesey House, Jan-March 1950

 

“Rochester Panorama 1850-1890”

 

“Minor White”

 

Letter from New Yorker

 

Undated and untitled ms

Box 256, Folder 2

Television Treatment: “Mulliner's Buck-U-Uppo”

Box 256, Folder 3

“First Princeton”

Box 256, Folder 4

Television Script: “The Shipyard,” ca. 1939

Box 256, Folder 5

American Forms (detailed outline for book)

Box 256, Folder 6

Draft for appeal to help Edward Weston

Box 256, Folder 7

Assorted unpublished mss:

 

“Boarding House in Boston.” n.d.

 

“Tried by the Thylon, or, Potpourri Found in an Old Perisphere.” n.d.

 

Television Script: “Macbeth.” n.d.

 

The Witches Still Ride. Before July 1, 1936

 

“Primer for Listeners.” Between 1936-1940

Box 256, Folder 8

“The Ghost of Atget.” Sold to Modern Photography but not published.

Box 256, Folder 9

“Paul Strand.” Notes on 1944 interview, 1944

Box 256, Folder 10

“My Passion is Photography.” Written in 1970 for the Princeton University periodical Record but rejected, 1970

Box 256, Folder 11

“The Sun as Power” n.d.

Box 256, Folder 12

“Steichen and Stieglitz.” Excerpt from draft MS of Stieglitz biography, n.d.

Box 256, Folder 13

“Weston Color Photographs, Robinson Jeffers Poems.” Proposed picture story for Life magazine, 1958

Box 256, Folder 14

“Introduction to France.” Based on visit to France, 1936

Box 256, Folder 15

“To the Camera Clubs.” Reaction to B. Newhall's lectures, 1940-1941

Box 256, Folder 16

Outline for a film script on modern art, ca. 1940

Box 257, Folder 1

Television treatment for Macbeth, n.d.

Box 257, Folder 2

“Brady - Grand Old Picturemaker” n.d.

Box 257, Folder 3

Labels for Edward Weston exhibition, MoMA (Museum of Modern Art, N.Y.), 1946

Box 257, Folder 4

Outline, sample draft of proposed column on photography for Eastman Kodak Company, ca. 1960

Box 257, Folder 5

“Christmas in Guatemala.” Journal entry, 1964

Box 257, Folder 6

“Ylla: Animal Photographer.” 1967

Box 257, Folder 7

“Pirkle Jones: Photographer and Poet.” 1967

Box 257, Folder 8

Thoughts on Television. Correspondence with Gilbert Seldes, Director, CBS Television. 1938-1940

Box 257, Folder 9

TV Script: “The Reverent Wooing of Archibald.” ca. 1939

Box 257, Folder 10-13

“Notes for a Biography on Alfred Stieglitz” n.d.

Box 257, Folder 14

“Appendix, Notes for a Biography on Alfred Stieglitz” n.d.

 

Series VII.E.  Nancy Newhall artwork and photographs, 1952, n.d.

Physical Description: 1 box

Scope and Content Note

Photographs and artwork display Newhall's wood engraving and painting, while the albums are from her childhood.
Box 258, Folder 1-4

Artwork and photographs, 1952, n.d.

Box 258, Folder 1

Paintings and graphic art work

Box 258, Folder 2

2 sketchbooks (anatomy & sketches of nudes)

Box 258, Folder 3

Television photos, 1952

Box 258, Folder 4

Childhood album

 

Series VIII.  Theses and publications, 1976-1987

Physical Description: 10 items 2.5 lin. ft.

Scope and Content Note

This series consists of theses and dissertations written by Beaumont Newhall's students, including Amy Conger and Sarah Greenough.
Box 259, Folder 1

Barry, Margaret Ashby. Alfred Stieglitz' Influence on Edward Weston's Style During the Pre-Mexican Period: 1903-1923, Master's thesis. Brown University: May 1984

Box 259, Folder 2

Conger, Amy. Edward Weston's Early Photography, 1903-1926, PhD dissertation. The University of New Mexico (text), May 1982

Box 259, Folder 3

Conger, Amy. Edward Weston's Early Photography, PhD dissertation (Cat. 1)

Box 260, Folder 1

Conger, Amy. Edward Weston's Early Photography, 1903-1926, PhD dissertation

Scope and Content Note

(Cat. 2)
Box 260, Folder 2

Conger, Amy. Edward Weston's Early Photography, 1903-1926, PhD dissertation

Scope and Content Note

(Cat. 3)
Box 260, Folder 3

Edkins. Jackson, Master's thesis.

Box 261

Greenough, Sarah E. The Published Writings of Alfred Stieglitz, Master's thesis. The University of New Mexico, May 1976

Physical Description: 3 Vols.
Box 262, Folder 1

Hickman, Paul A. John James Reilly, 1834-1894: Photographic View of American Scenery, PhD dissertation Abstract. The University of New Mexico: Dec 1987

Box 262, Folder 2

Lukitsh, Joanne M. From Photographer to Artistic Entrepreneur: Alfred Stieglitz, 1899-1913, Bachelor's honors thesis. Wesleyan University: May 1976

Box 262, Folder 3

Rubenstein, Meridel. The Circles and the Symmetry: The Reciprocal Influence of Georgia O'Keefe and Alfred Stieglitz, Master's thesis. The University of New Mexico: May 1977

Box 262, Folder 4

Silver, Marcy L. The Institutionalization of Modern Art and Photography: The Relationship Between Alfred Stieglitz and the Museum of Modern Art, 1929-1946, Master's thesis. George Washington University: 1983 Sept 30

Box 263, Folder 1

Southall, Thomas. The Kilburn Brothers Stereoscopic View Company, Master's thesis. The University of New Mexico: Dec 1977

 

Series IX.  Oversize materials, 1852-1984

Physical Description: 3 flat file folders, 5 boxes

Scope and Content Note

Oversize items pulled from Series I, IV, VI, VII.
Flat file folder 1**

Oversize clippings [relates to Series I.A.]

Flat file folder 1**

Reviews of Photography, MoMA (Museum of Modern Art, N.Y.) exhibition Photography 1839-1937, 1937 [from box 81, f.9]

Flat file folder 1**

Article on Eugene Delacroiz [from box 31, f.6-7]

Flat file folder 1**

Article on Bruce Davidson [from box 30, f.17]

Flat file folder 2**

Oversize posters [relates to Series I.A.]

Flat file folder 2**

Imogen Cunningham, poster [from box 24, f.2]

Flat file folder 2**

Thomas Eakins, poster [from box 34, f.1]

Flat file folder 2**

Ralph Gibson, poster, 2 copies [from box 54, f.3]

Flat file folder 2**

Photographs from Siembab Gallery 1969, poster [from box 38, f.4]

Flat file folder 2**

Minnesota Photographers 1969, poster [from box 38, f.4]

Flat file folder 3**

Oversize photos [relates to Series I.A. and Series VI.]

Flat file folders 3**

Reproduction of daguerreotype with caption: “The oldest photograph of San Francisco, 1850” [from box 26, f.1]

Flat file folders 3**

Photo of Beaumont Newhall, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 1984 [from Series VI.B.]

Box 264*

Oversize [relates to Series VI.A.]

 

Beaumont Newhall. Photographs. Lunn Gallery. Portfolio #39 of 50.

Box 265*

Oversize [relates to Series I.A, Series IV.A, Series VII.B]

Box 265*

Zeitmagazin, 16 Oktober 1970, whole issue, with article: “Kunst and Kamera - die heimliche Allianz,” ein bericht von Gabriele Forberg [from box 92]

Box 265*

Article with color photographs by William Garnett which show aerial views of New England, sheets torn from Life magazine, 1967 March 3 [from box 51, f.5]

Box 265*

Walter Chappell. Gestures of Infinity - photocopy of text and photos (proof?) [from box 17, f.26]

Box 265*

Article on Steichen, with repro of his photos in Chicago Sunday American Magazine, 1967 Oct. 22 [from box 188, f.29]

Box 265*

Sheet from Scientific American, 1852?

Scope and Content Note

With articles regarding Exhibitions in New York. Those with mention of Daguerreotypes are marked. [from box 40, f.29]
Box 265*

2 issues of publication: PPS News, no. 5 1980 Oktober, and no.6 1970 Dezember; [from Series I.A., Periodicals section]

Box 265*

Ca. 20 pages from Newhall scrapbook

Scope and Content Note

With clippings of reviews and letters from photographers and others, regarding Newhall's books, including Masters of Photography, Alvin Langdon Coburn, and History of Photography. [from Series II]
Box 265*

Copy of This is the American Earth, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Ansel Adams and Nancy Newhall, with clippings of reviews. [from box 253]
Box 266*

Oversize [Relates to Series I]: Manuel Alvarez Bravo: Photographies 1928-1968

Scope and Content Note

Book has annotations by Bravo, and an inscription to Newhall dated 1970. [from box 4, f.20]
Box 267*

Oversize [relates to Series VII.B]: “A nation of nations”

Scope and Content Note

Five matted color photographs of a photography exhibit. One photograph shows exhibition title: “Volk aus Vielen Volkern.” [from box 39, f.6]
Box 268*

Oversize [relates to Series IV.A]: Clippings about Daguerreotype in America, 1961

Scope and Content Note

From New York Times, Vogue, and other publications, all 1961. Ca. 50 items. [from box 187]