Include papers of artist Gerald Cassidy and his wife, writer Ina Sizer Cassidy.
Letters written to them by friends, associates, professional organizations, etc.; copies of letters written by them; biographical
materials; personalia; diaries, date books and journals kept by Mrs. Cassidy; some financial records, including two volumes
of his painting accounts; MSS of her writings; subject files, notebooks, scrapbooks and clippings relating to the following:
Gerald Cassidy's paintings and exhibitions; Mary Austin and other writers of the Southwest; Indians of the Southwest; arts,
crafts and folklore of the Southwest; New Mexico Federal Writers Project; Santa Fe; woman suffrage; etc.
The Cassidy family papers consist of the papers of artist Ira D. Cassidy, better known as Gerald Cassidy, and writer Ina Sizer
Cassidy, both of them long time residents of Santa Fe, New Mexico. They were married in Denver, Colorado on January 10, 1912,
and thereafter their professional lives were inextricably tied to the Southwest.
Number of containers: 16 boxes, 18 cartons, 2 oversize folders, and 1 oversize volume
29.2 linear feet
x Digital Object (x images)
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