Container List

LAWRENCE CALCAGNO PAPERS
MS 92-13

Finding aid | Index to manuscripts | Contact us | Home page

Series Description
Click on the Series or Sub-Series hyperlink to jump to the File Folder Description

Series 1 Sub-Series 1 Box 1 FF1-63 Correspondence. Contains correspondence to Lawrence Calcagno dated 1943-1978.
Sub-Series 2 Box 1 FF64-75 Correspondence. Contains correspondence from Calcagno date 1949-1978.
Series 2 Box 1 FF76-86 Invoices. Contains invoices dating from 1969 to 1978 of artwork sold and cosigned and the payments made on sold artwork.
Series 3 Box 1 FF87 Manuscripts. Contains manuscripts written by Calcagno.
Series 4 Box 1 FF88-93 Galleries. Contains information on galleries where Calcagno's artwork has been displayed.
Series 5 Box 1 FF94 Inactive Accounts, dated 1971-1976.
Series 6 Box 1 FF95 Photographs. Contains photographs of Calcagno and his work.
Series 7 Box 1 FF96 Newspaper Clippings, 1945-1976.
Series 8 Box 1 FF97 Magazines. Contains magazines dating from 1945 and 1959 with articles by and about Calcagno.
Series 9 Box 2 FF1-5 Gallery Catalogs. Contains gallery catalogs dating from 1945 to 1977 with photographs of artwork by Calcagno.
Series 10 Box 2 FF6 Pamphlets. Contains pamphlets dating from 1945 to 1978 announcing shows, exhibitions, and gallery openings.
Series 11 Box 2 FF7 Awards. Contains awards dated 1945 granted to Calcagno.
Series 12 Box 2 FF8 Biographical Sketches. Contains biographical sketches written about Calcagno.
Series 13 Box 2 FF9 Grant Applications. Contains various grant applications dated 1949, 1976 and 1977 written by Calcagno.
Series 14 Box 2 FF10 Miscellaneous.
Series 15 Box 3 FF1 Newspaper Articles. Contains newspaper articles regarding Calcagno and his artwork.
Series 16 Box 3 FF2-3 Letters, Postcards and Pamphlets. Contains various items advertising Calcagno's artwork at exhibitions and shows.
Series 17 Box 3 FF4-33 Art-Related Publications. Contains art gallery exhibition booklets and other art-related publications including Calcagno's work.
Series 18 Box 3 FF34-38 Magazines. Contains magazines including artwork by Calcagno.
Series 19 Box 3 FF39-41 Audio Tapes. Contains audio tapes of interviews with Calcagno.



File Folder Description

Box 1 FF 1 One letter from San Francisco Induction Station- March 15 and one postcard-July 20, 1943.
Box 1 FF 2 One letter from Army Headquarters-June 24, 1944.
Box 1 FF 3 15 letters from March 21-December 24, 1945; Comments on awards won in drawings contest and letters from the Little Gallery about his show.
Box 1 FF 4 2 letters-February 13, 1946.
Box 1 FF 5 1 letter-November 19, 1947.
Box 1 FF 6 2 letters-February 16 and September 27, 1948.
Box 1 FF 7 9 letters-January 27-December 19, 1949.
Box 1 FF 8 1 letter-January 16, 1950.
Box 1 FF 9 2 letters-March 27, 1953.
Box 1 FF 10 1 postcard-July 3, 1961.
Box 1 FF 11 1 postcard-March 30, 1966.
Box 1 FF 12 8 letters-January 5-October 26, 1970; From the University of Colorado, Boulder, concerning Watermedia Exhibition.
Box 1 FF 13 1 letter-March 15, 1971.
Box 1 FF 14 2 letters-November 16-December 11, 1972.
Box 1 FF 15 9 letters-February 12-December 24, 1973; (Postcard dated June 2, 1973 with autograph of Georgia O'Keeffe.) Letters from Sidney Rothman Gallery.
Box 1 FF 16 5 letters-January 1-25, 1974.
Box 1 FF 17 3 letters-February 2-17, 1974.
Box 1 FF 18 9 letters-March 5-30, 1974.
Box 1 FF 19 6 letters-April 4-26, 1974.
Box 1 FF 20 6 letters-May 8-29, 1974; A letter from Wichita State University, Martin Bush.
Box 1 FF 21 2 letters-June 13 & 17, 1974.
Box 1 FF 22 3 letters-July 3-24, 1974.
Box 1 FF 23 5 letters-August 6-24, 1974.
Box 1 FF 24 9 letters-September 2-27, 1974.
Box 1 FF 25 10 letters-October 5-30, 1974.
Box 1 FF 26 7 letters-November 1-25, 1974.
Box 1 FF 27 6 letters-December 3-15, 1974.
Box 1 FF 28 5 letters-January 10-30, 1975.
Box 1 FF 29 6 letters-February 2-25, 1975; Letter from WSU, Martin Bush.
Box 1 FF 30 6 letters-March 6-31, 1975; Letter from WSU, Martin Bush.
Box 1 FF 31 15 letters-April 1-30, 1975; Letter from WSU, Martin Bush.
Box 1 FF 32 10 letters-May 1-30, 1975.
Box 1 FF 33 8 letters-June 1-28, 1975.
Box 1 FF 34 9 letters-July 4-26, 1975.
Box 1 FF 35 7 letters-August 4-21, 1975.
Box 1 FF 36 6 letters-September 3-28, 1975.
Box 1 FF 37 5 letters-October 1-13, 1975.
Box 1 FF 38 2 letters-November 22, 28, 1975.
Box 1 FF 39 2 letters-December 14, 29, 1975.
Box 1 FF 40 3 letters-January 2-23, 1976.
Box 1 FF 41 6 letters-February 2-29, 1976.
Box 1 FF 42 13 letters-March 3-30, 1976; Letter from WSU, Martin Bush.
Box 1 FF 43 6 letters-April 6-25, 1976.
Box 1 FF 44 7 letters-May 3-24, 1976.
Box 1 FF 45 11 letters-June 1-28, 1976.
Box 1 FF 46 14 letters-July 4-31, 1976.
Box 1 FF 47 4 letters-August 3-18, 1976.
Box 1 FF 48 4 letters-September 1-28, 1976.
Box 1 FF 49 5 letters-October 6-29, 1976.
Box 1 FF 50 3 letters-November 8-12, 1976.
Box 1 FF 51 5 letters-December 2-31, 1976.
Box 1 FF 52 7 letters-January 7-19, 1977.
Box 1 FF 53 1 letter-February 8, 1977.
Box 1 FF 54 4 letters-March 1-22, 1977.
Box 1 FF 55 2 letters-April 1, 11, 1977.
Box 1 FF 56 6 letters-May 2-27, 1977.
Box 1 FF 57 7 letters-June 1-28, 1977.
Box 1 FF 58 1 letter-July 26, 1977.
Box 1 FF 59 1 letter-August 28, 1977.
Box 1 FF 60 2 letters-September 6, 22, 1977.
Box 1 FF 61 1 letter-October 14, 1977.
Box 1 FF 62 6 letters-February 6-June 13, 1978.
Box 1 FF 63 36 letters-no date correspondence.
Return to top

 

Box 1 FF 64 2 letters-December 11, 12, 1949.
Box 1 FF 65 1 letter-January 21, 1970.
Box 1 FF 66 1 letter-September 28, 1971.
Box 1 FF 67 1 letter-March 11, 1972.
Box 1 FF 68 3 letters-June 23, September 18, 19, 1973.
Box 1 FF 69 8 letters-January 4-March 11, 1974.
Box 1 FF 70 13 letters-April 1-November 24, 1974.
Box 1 FF 71 4 letters-March 15-August 26, 1975.
Box 1 FF 72 7 letters-March 7-December 8, 1976.
Box 1 FF 73 4 letters-February 6-June 21, 1977.
Box 1 FF 74 2 letters-June 14 and October 1, 1978; One to Rowena Ahlberg.
Box 1 FF 75 5 letters-no date correspondence.
Return to top

 

Box 1 FF 76 1 invoice-November 21, 1969.
Box 1 FF 77 3 invoices-May 4-July, 1970.
Box 1 FF 78 2 invoices-June 24-July 15, 1971.
Box 1 FF 79 15 invoices (including a deed of gift certificate)-April 17-December 15, 1972.
Box 1 FF 80 7 invoices-January 3-November 20, 1973.
Box 1 FF 81 21 invoices-January 1-December 11, 1974.
Box 1 FF 82 19 invoices-January 8-November 16, 1975.
Box 1 FF 83 17 invoices-January 3-November, 1976.
Box 1 FF 84 10 invoices-January-September 12, 1977.
Box 1 FF 85 2 invoices (including deed of gift)-May 9-15, 1978.
Box 1 FF 86 12 invoices-no date invoices.
Return to top

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

Box 1 FF 95 Photographs: (1) 10 photos of Lawrence Calcagno photographed alone; (2) 3 photos of Lawrence Calcagno and sister Virginia; (3) Lawrence Calcagno and Monte Alvan; (4) 3 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) 2 photos from Charles Boggs; (10) photos of Lawrence Calcagno's school; (11) photo of mountains; (12) photo of a restricted map; (13) 8 photos of the restoration process of a painting of Lawrence Calcagno; (14) 3 photos of Calcagno's exhibition at Stables Gallery, Taos Art Association, June 17-29, 1978; (15) 5 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.
Return to top

 

Box 1 FF 96 Newspaper 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.
Return to top

 

Box 1 FF 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.
Return to top

 

Box 2 FF 1 1945-1957: (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 2 FF 2 1958-1959: (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 2 FF 3 1960-1963: (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 2 FF 4 1964-1969: (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 2 FF 5 1970-1977: (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.
Return to top

 

Box 2 FF 6 The 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.
Return to top

 

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

 

Box 2 FF 8 Lawrence 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.
Return to top

 

Box 2 FF 9 Application 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.
Return to top

 

Box 2 FF 10 List 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.
Return to top

 

Box 3 FF 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.
Return to top

 

Box 3 FF 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 3 FF 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.
Return to top

 

Box 3 FF 4 Salon Des Realities Nouvelle Moderne Muse'e d'art Moderne Paris, 1950.
Box 3 FF 5 Art Digest, May 1, 1953.
Box 3 FF 6 Contemporary Art--Acquisitions 1954-1957 Albright Art Gallery (two copies).
Box 3 FF 7 Revenue de l'art actuel, 1955.
Box 3 FF 8 Pittsburg International, 1955.
Box 3 FF 9 Art in America: New Talent in the U.S.A., 1956.
Box 3 FF 10 Gulf--Caribbean Art Exhibition at the Museum of Fine Arts of Houston, 1956.
Box 3 FF 11 23rd Annual Western New York Exhibition, April 1957.
Box 3 FF 12 American Painting, 1958.
Box 3 FF 13 The 1958 Pittsburg International Exhibition of Contemporary Painting and Sculpture
Box 3 FF 14 Official Catalogue: American Art--Four exhibitions, 1958. (Two copies.)
Box 3 FF 15 A Decade of Contemporary Drawings, 1948-1958.
Box 3 FF 16 Contemporary American Painting and Sculpture--University of Illinois, 1959.
Box 3 FF 17 Motive, May 1959.
Box 3 FF 18 GO American Painters, 1960. Walker Art Center.
Box 3 FF 19 Art in America, 1960.
Box 3 FF 20 Art Alliance Bulletin, 1960.
Box 3 FF 21 American Abstract Expressionists and Imagists--The Solomon R. Guggonheim Museum, 1961.
Box 3 FF 22 The 1961 Pittsburg International Exhibition of Contemporary Painting and Sculpture, Carnegie Institute.
Box 3 FF 23 Recent Acquisitions 1960 through 1962, Walker Art Center.
Box 3 FF 24 Art in America, 1963.
Box 3 FF 25 1er Salon International de Galeries Pilotes Lou sonne, 1963.
Box 3 FF 26 Fremmed Kunst I Dansk EJE. Louisian, 1964.
Box 3 FF 27 Collection of American Republic Insurance Company, 1965.
Box 3 FF 28 Flint International: An exhibition of Contemporary Painting and Sculpture, 1965.
Box 3 FF 29 Recent Trends in American Art, March 25-July 6, 1964.
Box 3 FF 30 Honolulu Academy of Arts Studio Program, 1968-1969.
Box 3 FF 31 Water Media Painting, 1970. Henderson Museum Gallery of Art, Creative Arts Festival.
Box 3 FF 32 St. Lawrence University Exhibition of Annual Acquisitions, May-July 1970.
Box 3 FF 33 The Joan and Rufus Foshee Collection of Contemporary Art, March-April 1973.
Return to top

 

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

 

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


Top
| Finding aid | Index to manuscripts | Contact us | Home page