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Harold Rosenberg papers, 1923-1984

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Rosenberg (Harold) Papers
Series IV. Personal, 1923-1978 0.83 Linear Feet
Series contains notebooks, appointment and address books, as well as honors and ephemera. Arranged in two subseries, in rough chronological order only, as many items are not dated.
Series IV.A. Notebooks, Appointment Books and Address Books, 1935-1968 0.417 Linear Feet
These books contain generally sketchy or elliptical entries, though one notebook, written during Rosenberg's time in Washington, contains descriptions of gatherings with friends and rivals and judgements on art world personalities, such as Clement Greenberg.
57 Notebooks, ca. 1935-1968
57 1 11 spiral stenographer notebooks, undated
containing notes on a variety of topics, mostly art related.
57 2 1 small black loose leaf binder, undated
containing notes on art, literature, and other aesthetic matters.
57 3 Assorted journal pages, undated
handwritten, about art, art world personalities, such as Greenberg.
57 4 1 bound notebook, ca. 1935
with alphabetical list of classic authors and works.
57 5 6 appointment/address books, ca. 1936-ca. 1968
containing names and addresses of well-known and lesser-known people.
57 6 4 pocket calendars, 1964-1968
listing daily appointments and events.
Series IV.B. Honors and Ephemera, 1923-1978 0.417 Linear Feet
This is a random collection of documents and ephemera from Rosenberg's life.
58 Honors and Ephemera, 1923-1978
58 1 Hebrew documents, 1902-1923
58 2 Report cards and diplomas, 1923-ca. 1957
58 3 Passports and i.d. cards, 1951-1978
58 4 Honorary degree from Case Western, 1968
58 5 Health exam, 1970
58 6 Program and Award, 1976, 1970
from American Academy of Arts and Letters presentation of Morton Dauwen Zabel Award to HR, 1976; UC Berkeley Citation Award, 1970.
58 7 Maps and travel-related material
58 8 Blank postcards
58 9 Sleep mask, airline slippers, handkerchief, wallet

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