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Finding Aid to the Cassidy Family Papers, [circa 1897-1965], [circa 1897-1965]
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Incoming letters 1897-1965 BANC MSS 67/1 p

Physical Description: Boxes 1-11
For current information on the location of these materials, please consult the Library's online catalog.
Language of Material: English

Brief Family History

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.
Gerald Cassidy was born in Covington, Kentucky on November 10, 1879 and was raised in Cincinnati, Ohio, where be studied at the Cincinnati Art Institute and, later, under Frank Duvenick. Although self-taught to a great extent, he also studied for a brief period at the Art Students League of New York and the National Academy of Design. His early artistic accomplishments were as a draftsman and commercial poster artist with a firm of lithographers in New York and later in Denver. In January 1912, failing health attracted him to Santa Fe where he built his home and settled for the rest of his life. In an effort to divorce his former commercial work from his new creative painting career, he began using the name Gerald Cassidy, as opposed to his earlier work as Ira Cassidy. At Santa Fe he excelled in painting portraits, desert scenes, Indian life and historic subjects. His prizes, awards and special commissions were numerous, and he exhibited regularly in New York, Boston, Chicago and throughout the West. A tour through Europe and North Africa in 1926-27 inspired additional paintings, and his works were purchased for inclusion in major public and private collections throughout the United States, Europe and Asia. He died on February 12, 1934 while working on a large mural for the U.S. Federal Building in Santa Fe.
Ina Cassidy was born Perlina Sizer, in a log cabin on a cattle ranch near Las Animas, Colorado, on March 4, 1869. An early crusader for women's rights she was active in the Alliance of Unitarian Women as an organizer and lecturer for women suffrage in Washington, D.C. and in the Rocky Mountain states. She became an avid writer, too, and many of her short stories, articles, and poems were published in national literary journals and anthologies. In 1931, she began writing a monthly column, "Art and Artists of New Mexico," which regularly appeared New Mexico Magazine for over twenty years and was a major influence in promoting and encouraging young artists of the Southwest. She served as state director of the WPA New Mexico Writers Project during the late 1930s and as president of the New Mexico Folklore Society in 1948. New Mexico Place Names: A Geographical Dictionary, written in collaboration with longtime friend Thomas M. Pearce, was published after her death which occurred at Santa Fe on September 9, 1965.


Letters written to the Cassidys, arranged alphabetically by name of person or organization. Many include replies or drafts of replies by Gerald Cassidy penciled on the bottom or verso of the incoming letter. A partial list of correspondents follows the Key to Arrangement. Unlisted letters are arranged alphabetically in miscellanies preceding each letter of the alphabet. Fragments and unidentified letters have been placed at the end.


Collection is open for research.
box 1

A Misc.-Bo

box 2


box 3

D Misc-Ed

box 4

El-Hi, H Misc

box 5

Ho-Hol, H Misc

box 6


box 7


box 8


box 9

Ph-S Misc

box 10


box 11

United States-Z

box 12-15

Outgoing letters


Primarily carbon copies and drafts of letters arranged chronologically with undated letters at the end.
box 12-13

Letters written by Gerald Cassidy. 1902-1934 and undated

box 14-15

Letters written by Ina Cassidy. 1910-1965 and undated

box 16



Primarily duplicates and unidentified. Most of the portraits have been removed and indexed separately in the Library's portrait collection.
carton 1

Biographical materials


Ina (Sizer) Cassidy


Gerald D. Cassidy




Passports driver's licenses, ration coupons, etc.

Certificates, awards and memberships


Diaries, date books and journals, kept by Mrs. Cassidy. (15 vols.)
































Desert sketching trip. (Two folders) 1915.


Written in the form of diary letters addressed to Annie Laurie Ellis and William Swift Daniell.

European trip. 1926-1927.


Include mounted clippings and original art work by Gerald Cassidy
carton 1, folder Diary of European Trip

Paris, Atelier 19, 50 rue Vercingetorix (two page spread diary entry). July 21, 1926 BANC MSS 67/1 p

Scope and Content Note

One page is text and one page is a painted sketch by Gerald Cassidy.

Additional Note

This material was selectively digitized from a larger resource or collection.

Visits with Mary Austin, 1933-


Include mounted clippings


carton 2

Speeches, lectures and interviews


Ina (Sizer) Cassidy


Gerald D. Cassidy


Financial records


Statements of account, record of loans, etc.


Painting accounts. Ira D. Cassidy. (2 v.) 1903-1911.


Record of expenses for painting


Tax matters (2 folders)


Bills, receipts, orders for supplies, shipping notices, etc.


Agreements, policies, indentures, leases, etc.

carton 2-5

MSS of writings by Ina Cassidy


Include finished works and drafts, sometimes with rough notes and related materials used in her writings. The works are variously signed as Zoro Cassidy, P. Sizer Cassidy, Perlina Cassidy, Perlyna Cassidy and Ina Sizer Cassidy.
carton 2

Major works


Work written or edited by Ina Cassidy, arranged alphabetically by title.

Art and artists of New Mexico (3 folders)


The Navajos under American rule


New Mexico place names (3 folders)


Scripts and plays


Arranged alphabetically by title.

The black mountain


Hard boiled


Smoke of a thousand dreams


Spiced pickles


Book reviews - written by Ina Cassidy

carton 3

Short stories and articles


Most were written for her monthly column Art and Artists of New Mexico in New Mexico Magazine. Arranged alphabetically by title.

Abraham Lincoln's double


Activities in the golden age


Agua fria and the Chihuahua Trail. June 1948


Albuquerque community theatre


All-state juried show. 1956


American Indian poetry


An adventure in tin


An art conference, July 1951


Anacapa: California coastal islands


Anderson, Andy: Cartoonist in wood


Andrews, Willard H.: Illustrator. 1952


Angelino, the mountain potter. 1940


Anglo-American folklore in New Mexico


Annual fiestas, ceremonials and other events in New Mexico


Another art colony: the art department of the A. & M. college


Another international art exchange. Dec. 1955


Annual exhibition of western art. 1953


Applegate, Frank G.




Art: In studio and gallery. 1938


Art along the pacific coast


Art and history. Nov. 1959


Art and the people


Art and the schools


Art and war in New Mexico


Art as good will ambassador


Art at the capitol. 1951


Art at the state fair. 1947


Art in Carlsbad. 1954


Art in Española schools


Art in Boats


Art in Las Cruces. 1947


Art in New Mexico


Art in our primary schools


Art in Santa Fe


Art in Taos: The stables gallery


Art in the Northwest


Art in the U.S. Indian school


Art is one, Aug. 1937


The art museum


Art project: P.T.A. style


The art schools exhibit. Mar. 1948


Art west of the Pecos. 1939


The artist in the market place. May 1954


The artistic lure of the Southwest. Nov. 1919


Artists in war


Arts and crafts at Highlands university


Arts and crafts in state teacher's college at Silver City


Arts and crafts of today in New Mexico


At the Navajo council, Ft. Defiance, New Mexico. May 1929


Atwater, Barry: Painter of the desert. Aug. 1946


Austin, Mary Hunter


A backward glance


Bakos, Theresa


Balink, Henry C.


Barrows, Charles: Water colorist




Beauregard, Donald


Behind studio doors, Feb. 1956


Bell, Enid


Black night story


Blazed trails: A series of historical murals at Raton


Blodgett, George Winslow


Blumenschein in retrospect


Book making as a fine art


Boyd, F.: Painter


The bruja of el camino del canon


Buffalo dances


Buried treasure: Santa Fe


Burk, William Emmett


Burro alley


Businessman-Artist. 1957


Canyon road-El camino del canyon. 1956


The capitol


Cassidy's Coronado murals: A gift to New Mexico. Nov. 1954


The center, Santa Fe: An adventure in art distribution. Jan. 1960


Ceremonials. 1949


Cerro de oro


A change in policy, Aug. 1954


Chapman, Kenneth Milton. 1955


Chavez, Calvin Fenley: A new trend in Indian art


Chavez, Fray Angelico: Poet-painter of Pena Blanca


Cheney, Russell


The chicken pull


Chihuahua trail


Child art: Theory of professor Cicek of Vienna


Children of flame


Children's art in New Mexico


Chili Colorado


Chimayo and Cordova


Christmas in New Mexico


Chumash basketry, 1951


The Chumash Indians


Cinema: An art form, Jan 1954


The cinco pintores. 1940


Civarola, Mrs. John A.: A civic minded artist


Cloudcraft art colony. Nov. 1952




Color is south. 1957


Coluzzi, Howard Kretz


Commercial art. Sept. 1954


Contemporary sculpture at the state art gallery. July 1958


Cooke, Regina Tatum: Painter of old houses


Cornin, Jon


Coronado Cuarto art exhibitions. June 1940


The creative imagination. Jan. 1947


Crow, Louise, comes home


Crumbo, Woody: An artist of the fire nation. Apr. 1951


Dark discipline: Again the penitente ode. Apr. 1955


Dark discipline: An Easter code


Dasburg, Andrew: Retrospective show. Dec. 1959


Davenport, McHarg


Davey, Randall: Fellowship


A day in Santa Fe


The De Vargas memorial, Aug. 1959


Dear Ruth .... 1916-1917


Delano, Annita: Painter of Navajos


El dora: The ending


Douglas, Ralph. Sept. 1945


Dreams. Apr. 1917


Dunton, Herbert "Buck"


Ecclesiastic art in New Mexico


Eidólon: An adventure in the arts


The eleventh graphic show. 1957


Encyclopedia Britannica art exhibit. 1947


Ewing, Marrie Breneiser: A young painter


Exhibition of Albuquerque artists. 1946






The field school of the arts. 1948


Fierlein, Elizabeth: An artist in black and white


Fiesta show exhibits. 1941-1958


Fighting. Apr. 1917


Fifth annual print show. 1951


The fine arts festival. 1941


First print makers exhibition. 1947


Fisk, Marie Garland: An untaught painter


Folk arts and crafts of New Mexico. June 1960




Folklore in New Mexico. Dec. 1947


Folklore in New Mexico. 1948




A forward step in murals


Founding of Taos art colony


Fourth annual statewide craft exhibition. 1952


The French exhibit. 1945


Gálvan, Jesus Guerrero: Latin artist in residence


Garrett, Eudora press woman. July 1955


Glimpses into the pueblo world. 1937


God's band


Graphic arts in New Mexico: Eighth annual exhibition. 1955


Growing old


Growth of art in New Mexico. Nov. 1953


Hand craft markets. Sept. 1954


Hand made Santa Fe pottery. 1939


A handcraft exhibition. 1955


Handcrafts in New Mexico


Harvey, Laura: Artist. July 1957


The Hardwood foundation at Taos: A monument to art. 1939


Hayden, Jack: Creative artist. 1956


Hedda the gabbler


Henderson, Alice Corbin


Henderson, William Penhallow


Higgins, Victor


Hildebrand, Gustave: Wood-sculptor of Taos


Hill and canyon school of the arts, Santa Fe


How the Navajos got fire


Hullenkremer, Odon


Hunter, John Young: Portrait painter


Hunter, Vernon


Hurd, Peter

carton 4

I remember


I remember fiestas. 1953


I remember when. 1952


Is illustration fine art or not?. Mar. 1947


An important revival in native art: Spanish colonial art society


In the old days...


Indian art and artists


Indian art has come of age. 1956


Indian art of the United States


Indian dances


Indian murals


Indian schools arts and crafts exhibition. 1954


Indians and abstract art. July 1950


The Indians sing. 1956


Indonesian art at folk art museum. Sept. 1958


Information desk: Old palace


The intangible assets, Dec. 1960


Inter American affairs


Interior decoration New Mexico style


An international folk museum


Is art here to stay, Dec. 1953


Is history an asset?


James, Rebecca: A creative artist. May 1952


Japanese children's art


Jones, Paul


A Journey in a jitney


Judging school for gardeners


Junior American art. 1951


Kabotie, Fred: Hopi painter


Keats, William


Kingston's wood carver


Knee, Gina


Koogler, Ann


Kramer, Agnes A.: Born artist


La fonda


La luz pottery


The laboratory of anthropology as an art center


The lady who was smarter than the devil


Lantz, Paul


Las cruces professional artists association, 1952


Light is a new dimension: Grace John. 1954


The little peoples


The little theatre in Santa Fe


Loomis, Elmer


Los alamos art


Los cerrillos


Los moros y cristianos


The lost capitán is found: A tale of the cibollerós. 1946




Marketing in Paris. 1927




Mead, Roderick: Painter of the imagination


Mid 20tb century show. Apr. 1955


Mina and Ori - (Aury)


Modern art: A dinner discussion


Momaday, Kiowa Recorder


Montoya, Porfirio: Revivor of a forgotten art


Morang, Alfred: Artist, writer, musician


More art and war


More prints: Wood blocks


Morris, Florence


Moylan, Lloyd


Murals in Gallup high school


Museum and art gallery. Apr. 1938


The museum of art, Santa Fe


The museum of Navajo ceremonial art


The museum of Navajo ceremonial art: Woman's achievement. Nov. 1958


Music in New Mexico


My friends the Indian


My little cat


My trip


Myers, Ralph


Naranjo, Ben: Indian puppeteer. 1940


A narrow escape: Sketching in canyon du chelly


Nash, Willard


Naumer, Helmut: Pastellist, 1939


The Navajo


Navajo Silversmithing. Sept. 1951


Navajo witches


A new craft industry


New Mexico: A craft center


New Mexico art: 1940


New Mexico art conscious. Nov. 1944


The New Mexico art league


The New Mexico art league's new gallery. Jan. 1956


New Mexico art schools exhibition. 1953


New Mexico crafts at wholesale. Sept. 1954


New Mexico craftsmen. 1949


New Mexico Folklore Society. 1946


New Mexico Governors: Biographies


New Mexico in the first national folk festival


New Mexico place name studies


New Mexico University art department


New Mexico's art schools. May 1956


New Mexico's new art museums


New Mexico's new museum. 1953


A new note in museums of today


A new woman


A night in a pueblo


The ninth annual graphic art show. 1956


Noche buena


The old cow poke. 1953


The old missions of New Mexico


The old palace in Santa Fe


Old town fiesta at Albuquerque. May 1950


Old world artists among us


Omaumu's dream


One of New Mexico's most valuable investments. 1959


One woman's accomplishment




An Oraibi christening


Our American primitives


Our state art museums. 1954


The outline of the village


Painting for the walls of time


Pearce, Helen: A woman of two careers


Peggy and Paul: The letter of the law. Mar. 1958


The penitentes of New Mexico


The plaza


Poets roundup


Pottery a natural


Pottery crafts. 1939


Prehistoric Indian art, June 1958


Prints. Jan. 1945


The pueblo Indian religion


Quoyávema from Hopi


The Raymond Johnson gallery of the University of New Mexico. 1950


Rio Grande painters, May 1945


Roads and highways


Rohland, Caroline Speare: Pastellist


Rollins, Warren: A long time painter of the Southwest. 1947


Rolshoven, Julius


Romance and adventure in business. Jan. 1926


The Roswell museum


Rush, Olive


St. Michael stops at Socorro


San Felipe dances. Feb. 1930


San Juan dance. Jan. 1930


The Sandia school


Santa Fe: An art colony. Apr. 1959


Santa Fe: The ancient capitol. 1957


Santa Fe architecture


The Santa Fe art colony


The Santa Fe association of the arts


Santa Fe fashion designers and child art. Mar. 1956


Santa Fe fiesta. Feb. 1940


Santa Fe fiesta Spanish market


The Santa Fe library murals


Santa Fe lighting contests


The Santa Fe plaza


Santa Fe's architecture: A historic record


Santa Domingo pueblo: Buffalo dance. Jan. 1923


Santa Domingo pueblo: Parrot dances. Feb. 1925


Santos and bultos in the Spanish archives. Feb. 1952


Saville, Bruce Wilder: Sculptor. Sept. 1937


School art at Jemez. 1951


Sculpture in New Mexico


Sculpture in New Mexico and the Southwest


Second annual statewide craft exhibition. June 1956


Seeing New Mexico in thirty minutes, from my scrapbook


Shaffer, Martin: Young muralist


Sharp, Minnie Lee: Sculptor


The sheriff sits down. Sept. 1925


Shonnard, Eugenie: Retrospective exhibition. 1954




The silk screen process


The silver cross


Sixth annual graphic show. Mar. 1953


Skolle, John: A painter of the imagination


Smith, Sam: Born artist. Dec. 1957


Soldier's monument in the plaza


Southwestern artists biennial. 1959


Southwestern poetry


Spanish colonial arts in New Mexico


Spanish colonial interior decoration


The Spanish entrada at Santo Domingo pueblo


The state art museum, 1958


State fair art exhibits 1948-1956


State wide child art show. 1952


Stedman, Wilfred and Myrtle


Stock and live stock


The story of sapello or Scat Joe


Sun paintings






The sympathetic sheriff


Tahoma, Quincy, Navajo: Painter of horses. 1943


Tait, Agnes: Painter and lithographer


Tall tales and folk tales of New Mexico


Taos field school of art


Taos historical museum and art gallery. Aug. 1955


Taos moderns. Dec. 1956


The ten: An exhibiting group


The tenth annual print show. 1957


Terkin, John: Sculptor


Third annual all Albuquerque art exhibition. 1952


Third annual paint exhibit. 1949


Third annual rodeo show. 1957


Thirteenth annual state folklore meeting


350 years of art in Santa Fe. June 1960


Three Indian artists

carton 5

Time to sing


Times change. 1934


Toledo, Jose Rey


A tragedy of youth


Transcendental painting group. July 1940


Tranquillino: My gardener


The triangle of Wantowa. 1922


Turner, Pen


Ufer, Walter


An unconventional vacation


Under the shadow of the holy cross


University of New Mexico art student exhibit. 1947


Van Soelen, Theodore


Veadàm, Shehe E.




WPA artists display at art museum


Waiting forty years


Walker, Robert R.


Water color for New Mexico


The wax wing


Weiss, Dorothea: Painter of saints. 1953


West, Harold: A painter of action. 1940


Westlake, Inez: Torchbearer


Where the desert and the canon meet. Jan. 1917


Why a fiesta?. 1938


Why art museums. May 1958


Why color in New Mexico. Mar. 1949


Wild animals of the desert. Feb. 1917


Williams, Bill, of Tesuque


Willis, Brooks. 1938


Wilson, Charlotte Lansing. 1954


Witches: When the devil was bottled up


The woman's museum board


Women's club art and Sunday painters


The women's clubs of Santa Fe


Women's rodeo roundup. 1957


Women's suffrage. 1917


The wonder drug


Woodman, Robert E.: An artist in tin


A writer turned artist


Writers and artists of New Mexico


Wyeth, Henrietta: Portrait painter


Poetry (8 folders)


Miscellaneous writings - fragments, collected manuscripts, drafts, notes, etc. (7 foldlers)

carton 6-9

Subject files


Notes, reports, ephemeral material, etc. arranged alphabetically by subject in folders as follows:

Additional Note

See also Notebooks, cartons 10-11.
carton 6

American Artists Professional League


American Indian memorial


Applegate, Frank G. - notes mostly re native crafts




Art and artists - notes (2 folders)


Austin, Mary (Hunter) - interview, bibliography, reviews, etc. (2 folders)


Austin, Mary (Hunter) - Notes


Austin, Mary (Bunter) and Prank C. Applegate, "Spanish Colonial Arts of the Southwest" (2 folders)


Barker, Elliott S., "Wildlife and Recreational Thrills in New Mexico." MS


Bynner, Witter


Cards - greeting, calling, business, place cards, etc.


Cassidy, Gerald D.


Descriptions, analyses and reviews of works




Lists of paintings, exhibitions, sales, etc. (2 folders)


New studio - plans, sketches, etc.


Order book. 1903-1919


Cassidy, Ina (Sizer) - lists of exhibitions, gifts, publicity and sales


Center of Creative Living [Calif.]


Cobb, Leonore S., "The Post Office Mission." MS. Nov. 19, 1907


Consumer cooperatives survey


Coronado Cuarto Centennial Commission - 1940


Daughters of the American Revolution

carton 7

Ellis, Annie Laurie - Letters edited for her MS. - original letters as rearranged by Ina




Ellis, Annie Laurie - "Life of an Ordinary Woman" - MS., with an introduction and related


material by Ina Cassidy


Esoteric Order of Essenes




Food, recipes and menus


Griggs, Mary Ellen, "Chisum Ranch." MS.


Historical Society of New Mexico


Indian art


Indian baskets - include notes by J. P. Harrington


Indian dances


Indian silver


Indians (2 folders)




Institute of American Genealogy


Inter-American affairs


Inventories of household furnishings




Jones, Hester, "Report on historical investigation at Crown Point," - photocopy of MS. 1933


Laboratory of Anthropology, Santa Fe


Land surveys


Latham, LeRoy and Pauline


New Mexico archives (2 folders)


New Mexico Art Education Association. 1951


New Mexico Association on Indian Affairs


New Mexico Dramatic Association


New Mexico Folklore Society (3 folders)

carton 8

New Mexico Folklore Society - Place Name Committee (2 folders)


New Mexico Garden Clubs, Inc.


New Mexico history - particularly Santa Fe (2 folders)


New Mexico Museum


New Mexico schools


New Mexico Women's Press Club




Old Santa Fe Association - minutes, rosters, etc.


Old Santa Fe Association - Petitions to state highway commission to stop construction of a federal


aid municipal project. 1946


Philosophical abstracts and tracts (2 folders)


Plant names - common and scientific


Programs and announcements


Radio scripts


Residential floor plans


Santa Fe Art School


Santa Fe Arts Club. 1920-1922


Santa Fe Chamber of Commerce


Santa Fe County. Council of Civilian Defense


Santa Fe fiesta - programs


Santa Fe folk festival


Santa Fe Garden Club


Santa Fe rodeo - programs


Santa Fe Women's Club

carton 9

Sketches, drawings, illustrations, etc.


Spanish plays




Stevens, Thomas Wood, "Penitente Play" - M.S., narrator copy


Tourist brochures - Santa Fe (2 folders)


Tourist brochures - Southwest




U.S. Historical Records Survey, New Mexico


U.S. Works Progress Administration


U.S. Works Progress Administration. New Mexico Writers' Project


U.S. Works Progress Administration. New Mexico Writers' Project.


New Mexico Tours (2 folders)


U.S. Works Progress Administration. New Mexico Writers' Project.


"Over the Turquoise Trail," (3 folders)


U.S. Works Progress Administration New Mexico Writers' Project.


"Spanish American Children's Games"


U.S. Works Progress Administration. Procurement office


Who's Who in the West - 1923




Women's suffrage


Miscellany ( 2 folders)

carton 10-11



Include reports, research notes, minutes of meetings of various organizations, notices, mounted clippings, and Printed matter gathered by Ina Cassidy. Material was removed from loose leaf binders, placed in folders and arranged alphabetically by title as follows:
carton 10

Arizona trip, 1923 - Gerald and Ina Cassidy and Mary Austin


Stored off campus Art


Art and artists


Canyon del Chelly and Navajo Council meetings. 1929


Ceramics. 1949-1950


Daily notebook. - miscellany 1925


Dieman, Clara, art talks. 1951-1952


European trip. 1926-1927


Feminism. 1914


Indian silver survey


Indians (4 folders)




Museum of New Mexico-Women's Board (2 folders)


New Mexico Alliance for the Arts. 1949-1951


New Mexico Association on Indian Affairs (2 folders)


New Mexico Folklore Society


New Mexico missions


Notebook. - miscellany 1911


Old Santa Fe Association (2 folders)


Old Santa Fe Association - Historic houses

carton 11

Parfet memorial, Golden, Colorado. - Gerald Cassidy notebook 1929


Reference notebook. 1925-1926


Santa Fe Art School


Santa Fe City Council Plaza Advisory Committee


Santa Fe Garden Club tours. 1952


Santos in the archives


Spanish Colonial Arts Society


Tacoma trip. 1946


Taos art colony



carton 11

Card files


New Mexico artists; Old Santa Fe Association. (One card file)


Historical notes; personal addresses. (One card file)

carton 12-13

Art and artists - printed material


Include announcements, catalogs, invitations, etc.; many regarding Gerald Cassidy and his works and general art exhibition materials annotated by Ina Cassidy.
carton 12

Announcements and invitations to art events (2 folders)


Art school announcements (2 folders)


Artists directories (2 folders)


Book announcements


Catalogs of art exhibitions (10 folders)

carton 13

Miscellany - art and handicrafts (4 folders)

carton 13-16



Loose and mounted newspaper and magazine clippings, reprints, etc. roughly sorted and arranged alphabetically in folders by subject.

See also scrapbooks.
carton 13

Art and artists (12 folders)

carton 14

Art and artists - New York Times


Art and artists - Time Magazine


Art reproductions


Austin, Mary (Hunter)


Bynner, Witter


Cassidy, Gerald D. (5 folders)


Cassidy, Ina (Sizer) (5 folders)


Christmas lighting contest


Daughters of the American Revolution


Death Valley, California


Drama League


Food recipes




Foreign visitors



carton 15

Indian art


Indian councils




Indians - Navajos


Museum of New Mexico (2 folders)


New Mexico


New Mexico Folklore Society


New Mexico place names


New Mexico state flag


Old Santa Fe Association (3 folders)


Pioneer mother's statue




Print shows


Rhodes, Gene


Rohland, Caroline


Santa Fe fiesta


Santa Fe plaza


Shonnard, Eugenie


Spotted park


"Tall tales and folk tales of New Mexico" by Ina Cassidy


Taos art gallery


Teaching Spanish in schools




Women's suffrage


"Yesteryears in the Spanish Southwest" by Paul A. F. Walters

carton 16

Unsorted (13 folders)

carton 17-18



Mounted clippings, photographs, programs, invitations, memorabilia, etc.; many annotated by Ina Cassidy.
carton 17, volume 1


volume 2


volume 3


volume 4

Clippings of Ina Cassidy's column "Art and Artists of New Mexico" from New Mexico Magazine, incomplete 1931-1942

volume 5

Clippings re histories, historic places, pueblo ruins and New Mexico folklore. 1934-1941

carton 18, volume 6-8

Gerald Cassidy: photographs, clippings, programs, reviews, etc. of his works;


Many annotated by Ina Cassidy

volume 9

Record of Gerald Cassidy lithographs printed and sold; include his 1931 illustrations for Fray Angelico Chavez' Guitars and Adobes

carton 18, volume 10

Gerald Cassidy's illustrations for Mary Austin's The Children Sing in the Far West

oversize-volume 11

Cassidy guest book, 1917-1964 - autographs, clippings and art work of


Cassidy guests and acquaintances

portfolio (oversize drawer)

Gerald Cassidy studio plans, related sketches, etc.