Lawrence Calcagno Papers

Collection Summary

Title: Lawrence Calcagno Papers
Call Number: MS 92-13
Size: 2.5 linear feet
Acquisition: Acquired by Martin Bush
Processed by: TGT, 11-20-1991; JEF, 10-28-1998; JCM, MN and AV, 3-2018
Restrictions: None

Literary Rights

Literary rights were not granted to Wichita State University. When permission is granted to examine the manuscripts, it is not an authorization to publish them. Manuscripts cannot be used for publication without regard for common law literary rights, copyright laws and the laws of libel. It is the responsibility of the researcher and his/her publisher, to obtain permission to publish. Scholars and students who eventually plan to have their work published are urged to make inquiry regarding overall restrictions on publication before initial research.

Content Note

This collection contains correspondence to and from Lawrence Calcagno, invoices of sold art works, manuscripts by Calcagno, gallery information, inactive accounts, photographs of Lawrence Calcagno and sketches, newspaper clippings, magazines that include an article about Calcagno, gallery catalogs, pamphlets announcing shows and exhibitions, awards, biographical sketches, and miscellaneous.

Biography

Lawrence Calcagno was born in San Francisco, California, on March 23, 1913, to Vincent and Anna de Rosa Calcagno and grew up on a ranch near the Big Sur in California. Without any formal education, Lawrence started drawing and painting as a child. Lawrence acted in various "Little Theaters" and worked as a radio announcer in Los Angeles. He also had a small part in "The Hunchback of Notre Dame" with Charles Laughton.

Calcagno entered the Army around 1943. During his three-year stint in the Army Air Forces, he won awards for his drawing. In 1945, his art work was displayed in two galleries; one in New Orleans, Louisiana and another in Galveston, Texas. After he left, he studied at the California School of Fine Arts in San Francisco from 1947 to 1950. His contemporaries at this school were Clyfford Still, Mark Tobey, David Park and Mark Rothko.

In 1950, Calcagno left the United States for Europe. He studied at the Academie de la Grande Chaumiere, Paris and at the Academia degli Belle Arte, Florence, Italy. He returned to the U.S. in 1955 and opened his first one-man show at the Martha Jackson Gallery in New York.

From 1955 to 1969, Calcagno worked as an instructor of art at various institutions. From 1955 to 1956, he was an assistant professor of art at the University of Alabama. From 1956 to 1958, he taught at the Albright Art School of the University of Buffalo. From 1958 to 1959, he was a visiting artist-in-residence at the University of Illinois. In 1960, he was a part-time teacher at New York University. He was a professor of painting at the Carnegie Institute Tech from 1965 until 1968. From 1968 to 1969, he was a visiting artist-in-residence at the Honolulu Academy for the Arts.

Calcagno has had his work shown in a number of one-man shows including the Ulrich Museum of Art at Wichita State University in 1979. He has work in permanent collections including the Ulrich Museum.

Among the honors he has received are three residence fellowships: the Ford Foundation Humanities Program in 1965, Macdowell Colony in 1967 to 1968, and the Helene Wurlitzer Foundation in 1972 to 1973. In addition, he was awarded the second drawing prize at the National Gallery of Art in 1945. His work has been featured in numerous articles in newspapers and publications, including Time magazine on October 17, 1955.

Detailed Description: Series Listing

Series 1Box 1 FF 1-75 Correspondence. Contains correspondence to Lawrence Calcagno dated 1943-1978.
Subseries 1.1Box 1 FF 1-63Contains correspondence to Lawrence Calcagno dated 1943-1978.
Subseries 1.2Box 1 FF 64-75Contains correspondence from Calcagno dated 1949-1978.
Series 2Box 1 FF 76-86Invoices. Contains invoices dating from 1969 to 1978 of artwork sold and cosigned and the payments made on sold artwork.
Series 3Box 1 FF 87Manuscripts. Contains manuscripts written by Calcagno.
Series 4Box 1 FF 88-93Galleries. Contains information on galleries where Calcagno's artwork has been displayed.
Series 5Box 1 FF 94Inactive Accounts, dated 1971-1976.
Series 6Box 1 FF 95Photographs. Contains photographs of Calcagno and his work.
Series 7Box 1 FF 96Newspaper Clippings, 1945-1976.
Series 8Box 1 FF 97Magazines. Contains magazines dating from 1945 and 1959 with articles by and about Calcagno.
Series 9Box 2 FF 1-5Gallery Catalogs. Contains gallery catalogs dating from 1945 to 1977 with photographs of artwork by Calcagno.
Series 10Box 2 FF 6Pamphlets. Contains pamphlets dating from 1945 to 1978 announcing shows, exhibitions, and gallery openings.
Series 11Box 2 FF 7Awards. Contains awards dated 1945 granted to Calcagno.
Series 12Box 2 FF 8Biographical Sketches. Contains biographical sketches written about Calcagno.
Series 13Box 2 FF 9Grant Applications. Contains various grant applications dated 1949, 1976 and 1977 written by Calcagno.
Series 14Box 2 FF 10 Miscellaneous
Series 15Box 3 FF 1Newspaper Articles. Contains newspaper articles regarding Calcagno and his artwork.
Series 16Box 3 FF 2-3 Advertisements and Announcements. Contains various items advertising and announcing Calcagno's artwork at exhibitions and shows.
Series 17Box 3 FF 4-33Art-Related Publications. Contains art gallery exhibition booklets and other art-related publications including Calcagno's work.
Series 18Box 3 FF 34-38Magazines. Contains magazines including artwork by Calcagno.
Series 19Box 3 FF 39-41Audio Tapes. Contains audio tapes of interviews with Calcagno.

Detailed Description: Box and Folder Listing

Series 1 ‒ Correspondence

Subseries 1.1 – Correspondence to Calcagno, 1943-1978

Box 1FF 1 Letter from San Francisco Induction Station-March 15 and postcard-July 20, 1943.
Box 1FF 2 Letter from Army Headquarters-June 24, 1944.
Box 1FF 3 Letters from March 21-December 24, 1945; Comments on awards won in drawings contest and letters from the Little Gallery about his show.
Box 1FF 4 Letters-February 13, 1946.
Box 1FF 5 Letter-November 19, 1947.
Box 1FF 6 Letters-February 16 and September 27, 1948.
Box 1FF 7 Letters-January 27-December 19, 1949.
Box 1FF 8 Letter-January 16, 1950.
Box 1FF 9 Letters-March 27, 1953.
Box 1FF 10 Postcard-July 3, 1961.
Box 1FF 11 Postcard-March 30, 1966.
Box 1FF 12 Letters-January 5-October 26, 1970; From the University of Colorado, Boulder, concerning Watermedia Exhibition.
Box 1FF 13 Letter-March 15, 1971.
Box 1FF 14 Letters-November 16-December 11, 1972.
Box 1FF 15 Letters-February 12-December 24, 1973; (Postcard dated June 2, 1973 with autograph of Georgia O'Keeffe.) Letters from Sidney Rothman Gallery.
Box 1FF 16 Letters-January 1-25, 1974.
Box 1FF 17 Letters-February 2-17, 1974.
Box 1FF 18 Letters-March 5-30, 1974.
Box 1FF 19 Letters-April 4-26, 1974.
Box 1FF 20 Letters-May 8-29, 1974; includes letter from Wichita State University, Martin Bush.
Box 1FF 21 Letters-June 13 & 17, 1974.
Box 1FF 22 Letters-July 3-24, 1974.
Box 1FF 23 Letters-August 6-24, 1974.
Box 1FF 24 Letters-September 2-27, 1974.
Box 1FF 25 Letters-October 5-30, 1974.
Box 1FF 26Letters-November 1-25, 1974.
Box 1FF 27Letters-December 3-15, 1974.
Box 1FF 28Letters-January 10-30, 1975.
Box 1FF 29 Letters-February 2-25, 1975; includes letter from WSU, Martin Bush.
Box 1FF 30 Letters-March 6-31, 1975; includes letter from WSU, Martin Bush.
Box 1FF 31 Letters-April 1-30, 1975; includes letter from WSU, Martin Bush.
Box 1FF 32 Letters-May 1-30, 1975.
Box 1FF 33Letters-June 1-28, 1975.
Box 1FF 34Letters-July 4-26, 1975.
Box 1FF 35Letters-August 4-21, 1975.
Box 1FF 36Letters-September 3-28, 1975.
Box 1FF 37 Letters-October 1-13, 1975.
Box 1FF 38Letters-November 22, 28, 1975.
Box 1FF 39Letters-December 14, 29, 1975.
Box 1FF 40Letters-January 2-23, 1976.
Box 1FF 41Letters-February 2-29, 1976.
Box 1FF 42 Letters-March 3-30, 1976; includes letter from WSU, Martin Bush.
Box 1FF 43Letters-April 6-25, 1976.
Box 1FF 44Letters-May 3-24, 1976.
Box 1FF 45Letters-June 1-28, 1976.
Box 1FF 46 Letters-July 4-31, 1976.
Box 1FF 47Letters-August 3-18, 1976.
Box 1FF 48Letters-September 1-28, 1976.
Box 1FF 49Letters-October 6-29, 1976.
Box 1FF 50Letters-November 8-12, 1976.
Box 1FF 51Letters-December 2-31, 1976.
Box 1FF 52Letters-January 7-19, 1977.
Box 1FF 53 Letter-February 8, 1977.
Box 1FF 54Letters-March 1-22, 1977.
Box 1FF 55Letters-April 1, 11, 1977.
Box 1FF 56Letters-May 2-27, 1977.
Box 1FF 57Letters-June 1-28, 1977.
Box 1FF 58 Letter-July 26, 1977.

Box 1FF 59 Letter-August 28, 1977.
Box 1FF 60Letters-September 6, 22, 1977.
Box 1FF 61 Letter-October 14, 1977.
Box 1FF 62Letters-February 6-June 13, 1978.
Box 1FF 63 Letters-undated correspondence.

Subseries 1.2 – Correspondence from Calcagno, 1949-1978

Box 1FF 64Letters-December 11, 12, 1949.
Box 1FF 65 Letter-January 21, 1970.
Box 1FF 66 Letter-September 28, 1971.
Box 1FF 67 Letter-March 11, 1972.
Box 1FF 68Letters-June 23, September 18, 19, 1973.
Box 1FF 69Letters-January 4-March 11, 1974.
Box 1FF 70 Letters-April 1-November 24, 1974.
Box 1FF 71Letters-March 15-August 26, 1975.
Box 1FF 72Letters-March 7-December 8, 1976.
Box 1FF 73Letters-February 6-June 21, 1977.
Box 1FF 74 Letters-June 14 and October 1, 1978; includes letter to Rowena Ahlberg, wife of WSU president Clark Ahlberg.
Box 1FF 75 Letters-undated correspondence.

Series 2 ‒ Invoices

Box 1FF 76 Invoice-November 21, 1969.
Box 1FF 77Invoices-May 4-July, 1970.
Box 1FF 78Invoices-June 24-July 15, 1971.
Box 1FF 79Invoices (including a deed of gift certificate)-April 17-December 15, 1972.
Box 1FF 80Invoices-January 3-November 20, 1973.
Box 1FF 81Invoices-January 1-December 11, 1974.
Box 1FF 82Invoices-January 8-November 16, 1975.
Box 1FF 83Invoices-January 3-November, 1976.
Box 1FF 84Invoices-January-September 12, 1977.
Box 1FF 85Invoices (including deed of gift)-May 9-15, 1978.
Box 1FF 86 Invoices-undated invoices.

Series 3 ‒ Manuscripts

Box 1FF 87Manuscripts-"To My Love by the Sea," 1944; (2) Untitled, 1969; (3) Definition of art-Taos, 1973; (4) A proposal, 1974.

Series 4 ‒ Galleries

Box 1FF 88Merrick, Taos, New Mexico-Correspondence-September 24, 1972-October 11, 1974.
Box 1FF 89Smithsonian Institute-Correspondence-January 11, 1972-October 7, 1975.
Box 1FF 90 Hills Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico-Correspondence-July 2, 1974-July 9, 1975.
Box 1FF 91 Meredith Long, Houston, Texas-Correspondence-June 1, 1967-May 3, 1975.
Box 1FF 92 Simonne Stern Gallery, New Orleans, Louisiana-Correspondence-April 25, 1967-October 27, 1975.
Box 1FF 93 Morgan Art Gallery, Shawnee Mission, Kansas-Correspondence-April 26, 1970-March 4, 1973.

Series 5 ‒ Inactive Accounts

Box 1FF 94 Inactive accounts-November 1971 to December 17, 1976.

Series 6 ‒ Photographs

Box 1FF 95 Photographs: (1) Photos of Lawrence Calcagno photographed alone; (2) photos of Lawrence Calcagno and sister Virginia; (3) Lawrence Calcagno and Monte Alvan; (4) color photos of Lawrence with Nesta(?); (5) Paul Dartre (?); (6) Ester Higgins; (7) Wedding picture of Virginia with Lawrence Calcagno as Best Man; (8) Lawrence Calcagno in the play, "The Rope" by Eugene O'Neil; (9) photos from Charles Boggs; (10) photos of Lawrence Calcagno's school; (11) photo of mountains; (12) photo of a restricted map; (13) photos of the restoration process of a painting of Lawrence Calcagno; (14) photos of Calcagno's exhibition at Stables Gallery, Taos Art Association, June 17-29, 1978; (15) miscellaneous photos of art work. Sketches: (1) preliminary sketch for a watercolor painting, "Oasis," El Paso, 1943; (2) sketch of a cannon firing with ambulance, March 29, 1944; (3) sketch of a house, 1947; (4) sketch of a woman praying and on reverse side, a man on a horse.

Series 7 ‒ Newspaper Clippings

Box 1FF 96Newspaper clippings: "New Honors Won by Army Airfield Sergeant Here"; (2) "Show Soldier's Art At Little Gallery," The Old French Quarter News, April 27, 1945 (2 copies); (3) "GI Paintings A Record Of Vieux Carre," New Orleans Item, May 2, 1945; (4) "Watercolors by Airfield NCO at Library Vividly Re-create Atmosphere of New Orleans," The Galveston Daily News, May 20, 1945; (5) Advertisement, The Galveston News, September 9, 1945, pp. 3-4; (6) "Book 'Soldier Art' Contains drawings by Sgt. Calcagno," Gulflight, September 14, 1945; (7) Ad, "Worden Art Galleries: Lawrence Calcagno," San Francisco Chronicle, August 25, 1946 (2 copies); (8) "Your San Francisco Date Book: Worden Gallery," San Francisco Chronicle, September 1, 1946 (2 copies); (9) "Lawrence Calcagno," STAA Bulletin, January 1949 (2 copies); (10) "13th Annual Watercolor Exhibition Opens," STAA Bulletin, October 1949; (11) "Le Ive Salon des Jeunes Peintres," Actualite Artistique, February 14, 1953; (12) "ILY Aura Une Exposition des Peintres Americanins de Paris," Actualite Artistique, February 21, 1953; (13) "Ceiling Zero," San Francisco Examiner, May 10, 1953; (14) "Painting by 17 Americans," Vogue, April 15, 1958; (15) "At Tech: Preview of Painting's New Wave," Point, May 25, 1967; (16) "The 1973 New Mexico Fine Arts Biennial of the Museum of New Mexico," Press Release, May 14, 1973; (17) "Calcagno Enters Forceful Period," Houston Chronicle, January 21, 1968; (18) "On Art," Soho Weekly News, December 13, 1973; (19) Gallery of Modern Art Press Release, September 24, 1973; (20) "Calcagno Painting," Focus on Women, May 26, 1974; (21) "Calcagno at St. John's," The New Mexican, July 7, 1974; (22) "Mixed-Media Works Displayed at Museum," June 12, 1975; (23) "Art Notes: Lawrence Calcagno Looks at 20 years," The Taos News, June 24, 1976; (24) "Riva Yares and her Gallery," Arizona Living, January 21, 1977; (25) "Art Notes: Notice of Award to Larry Calcagno"; (26) "College Collects Calcagno Works"; (27) "Former Art Critic Recalls City Fondly"; (28) "S. F. Artist Wins"; (29) Gertrude Kasle Gallery Press Release; (30) Tally Richards' Gallery Press Release; (31) List of Magazines that Tally Richards' Press Release goes to.

Series 8 ‒ Magazines

Box 1FF 97"Watercolors by Calcagno," This Week in New Orleans, May 5, 1945, p. 23; (2) "Painters and Sculptors Write About Their Work," Motive, May 1959, pp. 3ff.

Series 9 ‒ Gallery Catalogs

Box 2FF 11945-1957: (1) Army Arts Exhibition-Dallas Museum of Fine Arts, April 29-May 13, 1945; (2) Realities Nouvelles-5eme Salon, Paris, June 10-July 15, 1950; (3) Mostra di Artisti Americani, Maggio 12-26, 1951; (4) Salon de L'art Libre, Palais des Beaux-Arts De la ville de Paris, Quais de New York, December 8-30, 1951; (5) II Mostra Internazionale Pittura Americana, Marzo 1- 31, 1953; (6) Peintres Americains en France, Galerie Craven, Paris, Mai 7, 1953; (7) Menton, Deuxieme Exposition Biennale de Peinture Juillet 15-Septembre 15, 1953; (8) III Mostra D. Pittura Americana, Bordighera, Maggio 20-Giugno 21, 1955.
Box 2FF 21958-1959: (1) 1958 Pittsburgh Bicentennial International, Carnegie Institute; (2) Rome-New York Art Foundation, American Artists of Younger Reputation Giovani Pittori Americani, 1958 (2 copies); (3) Enos A. and Sarah De Waters Art Center, Flint, Michigan, Contemporary American Art, August 7-September 15, 1958; (4) University of Kentucky Art Gallery, Graphics '58, November 23-December 20, 1958; (5) University of Kentucky Art Gallery, Graphics '59, November 22-December 19, 1959.
Box 2FF 31960-1963: (1) 26th Annual Wisconsin Salon of Art, 1960; (2) 60 American Painters, Walker Art Center, 1960; (3) A selection from the Josephine and Phillip A. Bruno Collection, November 11-December 3, 1961 and January 20-February 20, 1962; (4) A Selection of Paintings from 1961-62 and earlier works in Collections, Martha Jackson Gallery, April 3-26, 1962; (5) Catalogue of the 157th Annual Exhibition of American Painting and Sculpture, The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, January 12-February 25, 1965; (6) Auction, The Baltimore Museum of Art, May 7, 1962.
Box 2FF 41964-1969: (1) Miroir et Memoire du Premier Salon international de Galeries Pilotes Lausanne, 1964; (2) Whitney Museum of American Art, 1965 Annual Exhibition of Contemporary American Painting; (3) The Grand American, an exhibition of 19th and 20th Century Works of Art, November 20-December 2, 1965; (4) Art as Therapy, Texas Institute for Rehabilitation and Research, c. 1965?; (5) Whitney Museum of American Art, 1967 Annual Exhibition of Contemporary American Painting; (6) Abstract and Other Modern Paintings, Drawings, Watercolors, Sculpture; Parke-Bernet Galleries, Inc., April 25, 1969.
Box 2FF 51970-1977: (1) Watermedia painting, Henderson Museum Gallery of Art, July 15-September 13, 1970; (2) 1972 Southwest Fine Arts Biennial of the Museum of New Mexico; (3) Lawrence Calcagno: Pacific '76 A Look at Twenty Years, Contemporary Arts Center, February 4-25, 1976; (4) Stables Gallery representing resident artists, 1977.

Series 10 ‒ Pamphlets

Box 2FF 6The Little Gallery exhibition of Paintings by Lawrence Calcagno, April 25-May 5, 1945; (2) Numero, September 26, 1951; (3) Studio Paul Facchetti, October 30-November 19, 1953; (4) Pittsburgh International, 1958; (5) Price list of Paintings and Sculpture, Pittsburgh, 1958; (6) Brussels, 1958; (7) The Enormous Room, February 17, 1958; (8) Hirschlt Adler Galleries, 1959; (9) Biennial International, Carnegie Institute, 1961; (10) Karlis Gallery, Provincetown, Mass., 1965; (11) Northeastern Regional Exhibition of Art across America, 1965; (12) Invitational Regional Painting and Sculpture Exhibition, 2 copies, September 24-October 29, 1967; (13) Santa Barbara Museum of Art, August 1969; (14) Exploring Art in New York, July 5-16, 1971; (15) Permutations: by Lawrence Calcagno, April 20, 1974; (16) Gift of Lawrence Calcagno to Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences, May 13, 1975; (17) Calcagno, gift, 1978; (18) Lincoln Community Center, Fort Collins, Colorado; (19) Hill's Gallery Exhibition of Lawrence Calcagno; (20) Meredith Long Galleries, 2 copies; (21) Meredith Long Galleries opening; (22) Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service, 8 copies; (23) One catalogue of actual works; (24) Contemporary Artists on Art, Lecture Series on painting; (25) Baranik Studio Workshop, Larry Calcagno: Illustrated lecturer; (26) Martha Jackson Gallery, New York; (27) Vernissage de l'exposition Laubies a la Galerie Balanci-Graham; (28) The Record Shop, exhibit by the California School of Fine Arts Print Makers, San Francisco.

Series 11 ‒ Awards

Box 2FF 7Certificate of Award, Army Arts Contest, 2nd prize in drawings, July 4, 1945; (2) Certificate of Appreciation for War Service, Army Air Forces.

Series 12 ‒ Biographical Sketches

Box 2FF 8Lawrence Calcagno, list of works completed in New Hampshire February and March 1975; (2) Thomas Woodruff, Oahu, Hawaii, concerning Pacific '76; (3) Lawrence Calcagno, Comicscapes by Lawrence Kaplan, August 24, 1976; (4) Calcagno Tribute to a Volcano; (5) Essay on Calcagno's career.

Series 13 ‒ Grant Applications

Box 2FF 9Application for U. S. Government Grant, for study or research in Italy, 1949, never granted; (2) Creative Artists Public Service Program 1976-1977; (3) Creative Artists Public Service Program 1977-1978.

Series 14 ‒ Miscellaneous

Box 2FF 10List of people for Shirley Stack; (2) Copy of the statement given to the legislature, Wes Olmsted; (3) Itinerary for Lawrence Calcagno for flight from Albuquerque to Mexico City; (4) List of people, dates, and times; no year included; (5) Check stub and envelope for $100.00 SFAA purchase prize for "Watercolor No. 6" on September 26, 1949; (6) Check stub for Honorarium; (7) Honolulu Exhibition Labels; (8) Old St. Mary's Church flyer for the service week of September 25 to October 3, 1946; (9) Post office forms, March 2, April 3, April 6, 1971; (10) Cash account for January 2-29, 1975; (11) Sonoma County Junior College District, Santa Rosa Junior College, Agreement for Professional Services; (12) Book cover, Tertium Organum: A Key to the Enigmas of the World, by P. D. Ouspensky; (13) Envelope to Michael Criswell in New Mexico.

Series 15 ‒ Newspaper Articles

Box 3FF 1"Turmoil Rules the Left Bank" 1953. A clipping from an unknown source; (2) "Tapestry Weaving for Today's Art" March 1962. School Art; (3) "New York City Artist to Speak at Center" April 25, 1969. The Taos News; (4) "Ecology on Canvas" November 8, 1970. The Houston Post (photocopy); (5) "Larry Calcagno Wins Art Award in New Mexico Arts Biannual" March 27, 1972. The Taos News (two copies); (6) "Calcagno Works Will Be Exhibited" October 3, 1973. The Taos News; (7) "Lawrence Calcagno's 'Death of Orpheus'" December 13, 1973. Soho Weekly News; (8) "Larry Calcagno at the 'Modern Art'" May 1973. The Taos News; (9) "Metaphors of Earth and Sky" 1976. The Honolulu Star Bulletin and Advantage.

Series 16 ‒ Advertisements and Announcements

Box 3FF 2"Thirteenth Annual Water Color Exhibition of the San Francisco Art Association," 1949; (2) "Galarie 8" Rue Saint Julien Le Pauvie--Exposition, June 16-29, 1950; (3) "Deshaiers Calcagno Reiss" studio Paul Facchetti, Paris, 1953; (4) "Peintres Americans en France" Petit Palais, 1955; (5) "Seventeen American Artists and Eight Sculptors," October 31-November 21, 1958; (6) Annual Exhibition--University of Illinois, 1958; (7) Western New York Exhibition--The Buffalo Fine Arts Gallery, 1958.
Box 3FF 3"20th Biannual International Watercolor Exhibition" The Brooklyn Museum, 1959; (2) "Art U.S.A. 1959" New York Coliseum, April 5-19, 1959 (poster); (3) "Concepts For Our Time" Eleventh Annual N. Y. S. A. T. A. Convention, April 27-30, 1966; (4) "21st International Watercolor Biannual," 1961; (5) "Osborne Exhibition" schedule, 1964; (6) "Recent Drawings by New York Artists" New School Art Center; (7) "Lawrence Calcagno--American Museum Collection"; (8) "The Drawing Society New York Regional Exhibition" January 19-February 21, 1965; (9) "Annual Exhibition 1963--Contemporary American Paintings"; (10) "Santa Barbara Museum of Art" August 1969; (11) MacDowell Colony Artist, 1970. Thorne Art Gallery; (12) "Good Eighteenth, Nineteenth, and Twentieth Century American and European Paintings" Water colors and drawings, 1973; (13) Franklin Siden Gallery, Detroit, 1976; (14) "Art at 410 Park Avenue"--The Chase Manhattan Bank.

Series 17 ‒ Art-Related Publications

Box 3FF 4Salon Des Realities Nouvelle Moderne Muse'e d'art Moderne Paris, 1950.
Box 3FF 5Art Digest, May 1, 1953.
Box 3FF 6Contemporary Art--Acquisitions 1954-1957 Albright Art Gallery (two copies).
Box 3FF 7Revenue de l'art actuel, 1955.
Box 3FF 8Pittsburg International, 1955.
Box 3FF 9Art in America: New Talent in the U.S.A., 1956.
Box 3FF 10Gulf-Caribbean Art Exhibition at the Museum of Fine Arts of Houston, 1956.
Box 3FF 1123rd Annual Western New York Exhibition, April 1957.
Box 3FF 12American Painting, 1958.
Box 3FF 13The 1958 Pittsburg International Exhibition of Contemporary Painting and Sculpture
Box 3FF 14Official Catalogue: American Art--Four exhibitions, 1958. (Two copies.)
Box 3FF 15A Decade of Contemporary Drawings, 1948-1958.
Box 3FF 16Contemporary American Painting and Sculpture--University of Illinois, 1959.
Box 3FF 17Motive, May 1959.
Box 3FF 18GO American Painters, 1960. Walker Art Center.
Box 3FF 19Art in America, 1960.
Box 3FF 20Art Alliance Bulletin, 1960.
Box 3FF 21American Abstract Expressionists and Imagists--The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, 1961.
Box 3FF 22The 1961 Pittsburg International Exhibition of Contemporary Painting and Sculpture, Carnegie Institute.
Box 3FF 23Recent Acquisitions 1960 through 1962, Walker Art Center.
Box 3FF 24Art in America, 1963.
Box 3FF 251er Salon International de Galeries Pilotes Lou sonne, 1963.
Box 3FF 26Fremmed Kunst I Dansk EJE. Louisian, 1964.
Box 3FF 27Collection of American Republic Insurance Company, 1965.
Box 3FF 28Flint International: An exhibition of Contemporary Painting and Sculpture, 1965.
Box 3FF 29Recent Trends in American Art, March 25-July 6, 1964.
Box 3FF 30Honolulu Academy of Arts Studio Program, 1968-1969.
Box 3FF 31Water Media Painting, 1970. Henderson Museum Gallery of Art, Creative Arts Festival.
Box 3FF 32St. Lawrence University Exhibition of Annual Acquisitions, May-July 1970.
Box 3FF 33The Joan and Rufus Foshee Collection of Contemporary Art, March-April 1973.

Series 18 ‒ Magazines

Box 3FF 34Time, April 21, 1958.
Box 3FF 35The New Yorker, October 31, 1959.
Box 3FF 36The Atlantic, October 1971.
Box 3FF 37Saturday Review, October 2, 1971.
Box 3FF 38Harper's, October 1971.

Series 19 ‒ Audio Tapes

Box 3FF 39I. Conversations Calcagno-W. W., April 13-14, 1962; (2) II. Conversations Calcagno-W. W., April 13-14, 1962.
Box 3FF 40Calcagno-Williford, April 17, 1962; (2) Casper Citron Show, April 23, 1962.
Box 3FF 41Lawrence Calcagno. Recorded in New York by Mary McChesney, May 10, 1966; (2) Calcagno-Wayne State University, Detroit, April 28, 1969.