Title:Helen Arnstein Salz papers, appoximately 1922-1978
Helen A. Salz papers
Creator/Contributor:Salz, Helen Arnstein, 1883-1978, creator, creator.
Creator/Contributor:Salz, Ansley Kullman, 1880-1957, creator.
Includes: correspondence; drafts of writings; photographs, including photographs of Salz's paintings; clipping files; materials
relating to Salz's husband Ansley Salz; and a typescript diary of a trip to South America, 1922-1923.
Salz, Helen Arnstein -- 1883-1978 -- Archives
Salz, Helen Arnstein -- 1883-1978 -- Diaries
Salz, Ansley Kullman -- 1880-1957 -- Archives
Women artists -- California -- San Francisco
Women authors -- 20th century
Helen Arnstein Salz papers, BANC MSS 93/155 c, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.
Photographs have been transferred to the Pictorial Collection of The Bancroft Library (BANC PIC 1993.049--PIC).
Helen Arnstein Salz (November 30, 1883-May 19, 1978), who lived most of her life in San Francisco, was a painter and poet
who helped to found the Northern California branch of the American Civil Liberties Union. Her husband was Ansley Kullman Salz
(July 17, 1880-January 3, 1957), a local businessman and art collector.
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BANC MSS 93/155 c box 1
BANC MSS 93/155 c box 2
BANC MSS 93/155 c v.1
BANC MSS 93/155 c v.2
BANC MSS 93/155 c v.3
BANC MSS 93/155 c