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Harold Rosenberg papers, 1923-1984

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Rosenberg (Harold) Papers
Series III. Clippings, Serials and Printed Matter, 1925-1979 2.08 Linear Feet
This series is generally organized chronologically by year.
Series III.A. Clippings, 1929-1981 0.83 Linear Feet
There are two categories of clippings, those about or by Rosenberg, which include reviews of his books and his obituaries, and those concerning art, politics, literature, or other topics of interest to Rosenberg. In keeping with Rosenberg's wide range of interests, the latter set of clippings cover events such as labor strikes in the 1930s, discoveries about the pyramids in the 1950s, and articles about friends, including Hannah Arendt, Allan Kaprow, and Saul Bellow.
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52 Clippings, 1959-1978
52 1 1959-1960
Reviews of The Tradition of the New
52 2 1961-1962
Reviews of Arshille Gorky
52 3 1963
Various
52 4 1964
Reviews of The Anxious Object
52 5 1965
Reviews of The Anxious Object
52 6 1966
Various
52 7 1967
Various
52 8 1969
Reviews of Artworks and Packages
52 9 1970
Various
52 10 1971
Various
52 11 1972
Reviews of The De-Definition of Art.
52 12 1973
Reviews of Discovering the Present and The De-Definition of Art.
52 13 1974
Reviews of Willem De Kooning and Discovering the Present.
52 14 1975
Reviews of Art on the Edge.
52 15 1976
Reviews of Art on the Edge.
52 16 1978-1979
Obituaries and reviews of Barnett Newman. See also Serials, Box 54, for more obituaries.
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53 Clippings, 1929-1981
53 1 1929-1939
Including clippings about labor strikes, Franklin Roosevelt.
53 2 1940-1949
Including clipping about the fall of France.
53 3 1950-1959
Including clippings about Chagall, El-Malakh's discoveries in the Pyramid of Giza, President Peron of Argentina.
53 4 1960-1969
Including Allan Kaprow's article "Experimental Art," editorial honoring Giacometti, article on Saul Bellow, article about Hannah Arendt, and numerous art reviews.
53 5 1963
Clippings about F.R. Leavis and Scrutiny.
53 6 1963
Clippings about Hannah Arendt's Eichmann in Jerusalem.
53 7 1970-1979
Including clippings about RISD campus controversy surrounding President Lee Hall, numerous art reviews and articles about art from the NY Times and other periodicals, Philip Roth's article "Imagining Jews."
53 8 1977
Clippings about Annenberg, Thomas Hoving and the Metropolitan Museum.
53 9 1980-1981
Including clipping about Hannah Arendt.
Series III.B. Serials, 1925-1979 0.417 Linear Feet
A small collection of serials containing items of interest to Rosenberg; two contain his obituary.
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54 Serials, 1925-1979
54 1 New Yorker, Feb 21, 1925
54 2 The Art Digest, Oct 1, 1949
54 3 View Poets, supplements to View, Vol. 1, no.3, 4-5, 1940-1941
54 4 VVV, 1942
54 5 Jewish Newsletter, May 15, 1961
54 6 The Nation, Jun 2, 1962
54 7 Spectator, Oct 25, 1963
54 8 New Statesman, Oct 25, 1963
54 9 The Nation, Nov 1967
54 10 The Nation, Apr 1969
54 11 Seed Bed, Dec 1973
54 12 Archives of American Art Journal, Vol. 15, 1975
54 13 Art and the Law, Vol. 4, 1978
54 14 Art in America, Sept 1978
54 15 Art News, Sept 1978
54 16 Art Monthly, Jul 1979
54 17 Portfolio, Apr 1979
Series III.C. Printed Matter, ca. 1935-ca. 1979 0.83 Linear Feet
A collection of printed matter most interesting for the gallery and museum announcements and catalogs from the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s, which strongly evoke the art world of those decades. Also of note is a file of little magazines featuring the work of Phillip Guston.
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55 Printed Matter, 1949-1979
55 1 Announcements, ca. 1962-1979
about HR's books, lectures, and a posthumous tribute.
55 2 Council and institutional material, ca. 1949-1985
including Professional Practices in Art Museums, 1971, and an invitation to join the American Committee for Cultural Freedom.
55 3 De Kooning in East Hampton, 1978
exhibition at Guggenheim, press release and other printed matter.
55 4 Gallery and Museum announcements and catalogs, 1953-1964
55 5 Gallery and Museum announcements and catalogs, 1965-1969
55 6 Gallery and Museum announcements and catalogs, 1970-1979
55 7 Small magazines and catalogs featuring Phillip Guston artwork, 1970-1976
Chicago Poetry Magazine, 1970 (cover only); Incidentals in the Day World, poems by Alice Notley, 1972 (cover only); The Spade in the Sensorium, poems by David Anderson, 1972 (cover only); Big Sky 4, 1972; boston university journal, Autumn 1973; Philip Guston, catalog for David McKee Gallery, NY., 1974; Philip Guston, catalog for paintings exhibition at Boston University, 1974; Enigma Variations (poems by Bill Berkson), 1975; Fire Exit/William Corbett, 1975; St. Patrick's Day (poems by William Corbett), 1976; Philip Guston, catalog from David McKee Gallery, 1976; with note from Philip Guston.
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56 Printed Matter, 1935-1978
56 1 Israel file, 1967
with materials about politics and religion.
56 2 Press releases, 1969-1978
about art exhibitions.
56 3 Proposal, 1977
to establish a new degree program at New York University.
56 4 Rothko case affadavits, etc., 1970
56 5 Rules Concerning Home Relief, 1935
a pamphlet,.
56 6 Theater and Music programs, ca. 1940-1985
56 7 Miscellaneous, undated
including a memorandum on what makes a literary property.


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