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Evan H. Turner records

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Summary Information

Repository:
Philadelphia Museum of Art Archives
Creator:
Turner, Evan H.
Title:
Evan H. Turner records
Date [inclusive]:
1964-1978
Call Number:
004
Extent:
146 Linear feet (146 containers)
Language:
English
Abstract:
Evan H. Turner (born 1927), an art historian and scholar, was the Director of the Philadelphia Museum of Art (PMA) from 1964 to 1978, leading the Museum through a period of significant growth and transformation. He created new art departments for American and 20th Century Art, and the innovative Department of Urban Outreach (DUO) to promote art across the City of Philadelphia. These progressive activities were matched by a groundbreaking exhibition in 1973, the Marcel Duchamp retrospective, which drew upon significant scholarship and assembled virtually the entire oeuvre of one of the most important artists represented in the Museum. In 1975, Turner led the Museum in a major construction project to install a new climate control system in the building, and in 1976, he helped plan the United States? Bicentennial and the PMA?s Centennial celebrations. Turner was an active member of a number of professional organizations, as well as a professor at the University of Pennsylvania. The Evan H. Turner records document Turner?s tenure as Director of the Philadelphia Museum of Art (PMA) from 1934 to 1978 (bulk: 1964-1978). A mix of correspondence, inter-office memoranda, reports, minutes and other records provide ample evidence of Turner?s leading position in the Museum?s growth and transformation during that time, as well as exhibition and event planning, and the daily operations of the Museum. The collection also documents Turner?s work with professional organizations, his efforts to help the City plan the 1976 Bicentennial celebrations, and his professorship at the University of Pennsylvania.
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Biography/History

Evan H. Turner (born 1927), an art historian and scholar, was the Director of the Philadelphia Museum of Art (PMA) from 1964 to 1978, leading the Museum through a period of significant growth and transformation. He created new art departments for American and 20th Century Art, and the innovative Department of Urban Outreach (DUO) to promote art across the City of Philadelphia. These progressive activities were matched by a groundbreaking exhibition in 1973, the Marcel Duchamp retrospective, which drew upon significant scholarship and assembled virtually the entire oeuvre of one of the most important artists represented in the Museum. In 1975, Turner led the Museum in a major construction project to install a new climate control system in the building, and in 1976, he helped plan the United States? Bicentennial and the PMA?s Centennial celebrations.

Turner was born in 1927 in Orono, Maine. He attended Harvard University, where he received his BA (1949), MA (1950) and PhD (1954) in art history. From 1950 to 1951, he managed the Fogg Museum?s docent program, and from 1951 to 1952, completed a Harvard teaching fellowship. From 1953 to 1956, Turner worked as a lecturer and research assistant at the Frick Collection in New York City. He was appointed general curator at the Wadsworth Athenaeum in 1955, where he remained until 1959, when he was hired as the Director of the Montreal Museum of Art. He stayed there until 1964, when he was brought on as director of PMA.

Turner?s tenure at the PMA was very productive. He established departments in 20th century and American Art, and the Alfred Stieglitz Center for Photography. Under his leadership, yearly donations to the Museum increased to $500,000 and membership grew to 18,000. Turner was also committed to expanding the Museum?s patronage, especially gaining the support of people living in Philadelphia?s inner city neighborhoods. To this end, he created the Department of Urban Outreach (DUO). The DUO brought art into the neighborhoods, especially through its mural painting program, and from 1971 to 1977, two affiliated institutions were coordinated by DUO, the Fleisher Art Memorial in South Philadelphia and the Thomas Eakins House in the Fairmount neighborhood.

In 1975, Turner embarked on a major City construction project to install climate control throughout the Museum?s 1928 building. This project required removal of works of art from galleries and temporarily closing the Museum to the public. After the project?s completion, Turner led the Museum in a series of events to celebrate the country?s Bicentennial and the Museum?s Centennial, including a reception in honor of HRH Queen Elizabeth of England and the landmark exhibition, "Three Centuries of American Art."

1977 saw the arrival by bequest of the Carl Otto von Kienbusch Collection, one of the finest arms and armor collections in the United States. That year, unexpectedly, Turner tendered his resignation, stating in his letter of resignation, "I have come to feel increasingly that there are very real advantages to change in the direction of a distinguished art museum such as ours? I am proud to have had a part in the Museum?s preparations for its Centennial celebrations, but it is proper that someone else should undertake the challenges of the directorship and bring different energies to bear as the museum faces its second century."

From Philadelphia, Turner went on to be director of North Carolina's Ackland Art Museum, and from 1982 to 1993, he was the Director of the Cleveland Museum of Art. Turner was a leader nationally in the world of art museums. Throughout his career, he held various leadership roles within several professional and arts and culture organizations including, Federal Council on the Arts, Center for Museum Education, National Endowment for the Arts, National Endowment for the Humanities, Association of Art Museum Directors, American Association of Museums, American Federation of Arts, and International Advisory Committee on Fine Arts. While in Philadelphia, he was affiliated with the Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance, Fairmount Park Art Association, Old Philadelphia Development Corporation, Philadelphia 1976 Bicentennial Corporation, and the Institute of Contemporary Art. He also taught at the University of Pennsylvania.

Bibliography: PACSCL Survey record

?Turner, Evan.? Philadelphia Museum of Art, Archives, vertical file.

Scope and Contents

The Evan H. Turner records document Turner?s tenure as Director of the Philadelphia Museum of Art (PMA). From 1964 to 1978, Turner led the Museum through a series of striking changes, including controversial exhibitions, the creation of new museum departments, and the long term closing of the museum for renovation. A mix of correspondence, inter-office memoranda, reports, minutes and other records provide ample evidence of Turner?s leading position in these endeavors, as well as his supervisory role in exhibition and event planning, and the daily operations of the Museum. The collection also evidences Turner?s work with a number of professional organizations, his efforts to help the City plan the Bicentennial celebrations, and his professorship at the University of Pennsylvania.

The collection is divided into four series: ?I. Official correspondence and subject files,? ?II. Special projects,? ?III. Professional affiliations,? and ?IV. Unofficial subject files and correspondence.?

Please see individual series? descriptions and folder lists for more information.

Arrangement note

Due to the nature of Turner?s record keeping system, there is considerable overlap of content and inconsistencies in filing practices throughout the entire collection. Researchers are therefore advised to consult the folder list for each series and subseries when seeking information on specific people, events and/or subjects. In addition, it is suggested that researchers search for topics under several headings within and across series. For example, depending on the year, reports written by Turner for regular Board of Trustees meetings are sometimes filed under ?B? for Board of Trustees, ?T? for Trustees? meetings or ?D? for Director?s reports. Another good example are files relating to the Philadelphia Inquirer, which are sometimes filed under ?P? for  Philadelphia Inquirer, and other times under ?I? for  Inquirer.

Administrative Information

Publication Information

Philadelphia Museum of Art Archives,  2011.09.09

Finding Aid Author

Finding aid prepared by Christiana Dobrzynski Grippe, Jenna Marrone, Holly Mengel and Courtney Smerz

Sponsor

The processing of this collection was made possible through generous funding from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, administered through the Council on Library and Information Resources? ?Cataloging Hidden Special Collections and Archives? Project.

Access Restrictions

This collection is open for research use.

Use Restrictions

Copyright restrictions may apply. Please contact the Archives with requests for copying and for authorization to publish, quote or reproduce the material.

Custodial History note

Transferred from the Director?s Office, [Verify year]

Processing Information note

The processing of this collection was made possible through generous funding from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, administered through the Council on Library and Information Resources? ?Cataloging Hidden Special Collections and Archives? Project.

This collection was minimally processed in 2009-2011, as part of an experimental project conducted under the auspices of the Philadelphia Area Consortium of Special Collections Libraries to help eliminate processing backlog in Philadelphia repositories. A minimally processed collection is one processed at a less intensive rate than traditionally thought necessary to make a collection ready for use by researchers. When citing sources from this collection, researchers are advised to defer to folder titles provided in the finding aid rather than those provided on the physical folder.

Employing processing strategies outlined in Mark Greene's and Dennis Meissner's 2005 article, More Product, Less Process: Revamping Traditional Processing Approaches to Deal With Late 20th-Century Collections, the project team tested the limits of minimal processing on collections of all types and ages, in 23 Philadelphia area repositories. A primary goal of the project, the team processed at an average rate of 2-3 hours per linear foot of records, a fraction of the time ordinarily reserved for the arrangement and description of collections. Among other time saving strategies, the project team did not extensively review the content of the collections, replace acidic folders or complete any preservation work.

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Related Materials

Related Archival Materials note

At PMA: Department of Urban Outreach records

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)
  • Philadelphia Museum of Art. Department of Urban Outreach.
  • Philadelphia Museum of Art.
Form/Genre(s)
  • Correspondence
  • Ephemera
  • Photographs
  • Subject files
Subject(s)
  • American Revolution Bicentennial, 1976
  • Art museums and community
  • Art--Study and teaching
  • Arts
  • Decorative arts
  • Education
  • Exhibitions

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Collection Inventory

Series I. Official correspondence and subject files, 1964-1978.

Scope and Contents note

Series ?I. Official correspondence and subject files? houses the bulk of the collection, and contains correspondence, interoffice memoranda, minutes and other administrative records evidencing Turner?s tenure as Director of the Museum, as well as the Museum?s leading position in Philadelphia and the larger arts and culture world at the time.

The records were originally maintained in alphabetically arranged correspondence and subject files by calendar and/or fiscal year, resulting in nearly a dozen distinct but overlapping record groups. To improve access, during processing, a majority of the correspondence and subject files were collocated into two distinct alphabetically arranged systems, making up the first two subseries associated with series I: ?a. 1964-1971? and ?b. 1971-1978.? Following are three additional subseries: ?c. ?Desk Copies?,1964-1971? ?d. Hobart Lyle Williams papers, Executive Assistant to the Director,? and ?e. Correspondence and subject files relating to the Philadelphia Museum of Art.?

Subseries ?a. 1964-1971? houses mostly correspondence and interoffice memoranda, concerning Turner?s involvement in daily operations and long term planning of the Museum during the first half of his directorship. Activities represented in this subseries include fundraising (such as planning the ?Crystal Ball?), planning for exhibitions (such as Marcel Duchamp?s ??tant donn?s,? and exhibitions of Brancusi and Rodin sculpture), general collection development, donor relations, management of personnel, and participation in local and national museum organizations. The files are arranged in alphabetical order. There are general alphabetical files, such as ?Aa-Ak,? and more specific files organized by name or subject. There is also a large run of files regarding various national and international museums, which are first filed under ?M? for museums and then alphabetically by institutional name or geographic location. Researchers should note that, though represented to some degree in this and/or the subsequent subseries, Turner retained separate files for particularly large undertakings, which can be found in series ?II. Special Projects.? Please review the folder list for more details.

Subseries ?b. 1971-1978? documents the second half of Turner?s tenure as Director of the Museum. Similar in nature and content to the previous subseries, researchers will find correspondence, inter-office memoranda, minutes and other administrative records documenting day to day operations and long term planning of the Museum. Topics and activities that are particularly well represented include: the Museum?s Centennial celebration, the Duchamp retrospective, Thomas Eakins House (filed under Eakins), Fairmount Park Art Association, Fleisher Art Memorial, Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance, the acquisition of the Kienbusch Collection, ?Second Empire? exhibition, and Turner?s teaching career at the University of Pennsylvania. Like the first subseries, the files are arranged in alphabetical order. There are general alphabetical files, such as ?Aa-Ak,? and more specific files organized by name or subject. There is a large run of files regarding various national and international museums, which are first filed under ?M? for museums and then alphabetically by institutional name or geographic location. The records date from 1970 to 1978. Researchers should note that, though represented to some degree in this and/or the subsequent subseries, Turner retained separate files for particularly large undertakings, which can be found in series ?II. Special Projects.? Please review the folder list for more details.

Subseries ?c. 1964-1971, ?Desk Copies?? contains copies of Turner?s outgoing correspondence, memoranda, reports and other administrative records, as well as invitation replies. This material may or may not be duplicative of material elsewhere in the collection, and researchers should be aware that the bulk of the material is outgoing correspondence. The material is arranged chronologically by year, and alphabetically by name and/or subject within each year?s file.

Subseries ?d. Hobart Lyle Williams papers, Executive Assistant to the Director? houses papers maintained by Hobart Williams, Executive Assistant to the Director. Williams? files contain documentation regarding staff and personnel information, museum policy, and significant financial information related to the museum?s budget and operations. Williams? papers evidence his professional relationship with Turner, and in some cases are direct copies of the material found in series ?I.a.? and ?I.b.? The material dates from 1961 to 1974, and is arranged alphabetically. Subseries ?e. Philadelphia Museum of Art subject files? houses documentation directly related to the administration and operations of the Philadelphia Museum of Art. The material includes copies of the Museum Bulletin, budget information, Director?s reports, Board and committee meeting minutes, newsletters, staff and volunteer information, and records related to the Young Friends of the Philadelphia Museum of Art. There are files of memoranda and correspondence exchanged between Turner and Museum staff, including David Katzive, Director of the Department of Urban Outreach, curator Stella Kramrisch, and George M. Cheston, President of the Corporation. There are also records of a more anecdotal nature, including office Christmas party planning and Museum dinner party guest lists. The materials date from 1961 to 1972, and are arranged alphabetically.

Subseries a. 1964-1971.

Box Folder

"Aa-Ak", 1965-1970.

1 1-7

Abrams Inc., Harry N., 1965-1967.

1 8-10

Accident investigation, Miss Jane T. O'Brien, 1965-1966.

1 11

Accident reports and forms, 1965-1967.

1 12-14

Action Philadelphia, Inc., 1970.

1 15

Addams House, 1965.

1 16

Admission fees, 1970.

1 17

ADVAC: Association of Delaware Valley Art Centers, 1967.

1 18

Advisory Committee on Fine Art, 1968-1969.

1 19-20

African exhibition, 1968-1969.

1 21

Agreement of 1939, 1967.

1 22

Air conditioning for museum, 1965.

1 23

"Al-Am", 1965-1970.

1 24-30

American "A-Z", 1965-1970.

1 31-36

"American Art Before 1913", 1969.

1 37

American Association of Museums, 1965-1967.

1 38-40

American Federation of Art, 1965.

1 41

American Federation of Art, 1966-1967.

2 1-2

American Foundation for Negro Affairs, 1968.

2 3

American Furniture of Eighteenth Century Exhibition proposal, 1967.

2 4

American Institute of Architects, 1969.

2 5

American Institute of Interior Designers, 1964.

2 6

America-Italy Society, 1965-1968.

2 7-10

"An-Ar", 1964-1970.

2 10-17

Animal exhibition, 1969.

2 18

Annenberg, Walter H., 1966-1969.

2 19-23

Annual reports, 1966-1969.

2 24-32

Annual reports: Women's Committee, 1967.

2 33

Antiques Magazine, 1967.

2 34

Apollo Magazine, 1969-1970.

2 35-36

Application forms, employment, undated.

2 37

ARA Services: "A Collection of Prints and Drawings Relating to Eating and Drinking" exhibition proposal, 1968.

2 38

Arch Street, 1921, 1968-1970.

2 39

Architectural firms for the Philadelphia Museum of Art, 1965-1966.

2 40

"Architecture of American Art Museums", undated.

2 41

Archives of American Art, 1966.

2 42

Ars Medica program, 1967-1969.

2 43-45

Art Alliance of Philadelphia, 1964.

2 46

Art and taxes, 1957.

3 1

Art Center program, 1968-1969.

3 2

Arts Council of Great Britain, 1966-1969.

3 3-6

Art Dealers Association of America: Appraisals, 1963.

3 7

Art Dealers Association of America: Letter of agreement, undated.

3 8

Art Directors' Club of Philadelphia, 1964-1965.

3 9

Art in embassies, 1965-1968.

3 10-12

Art Institute of Chicago, 1969-1970.

3 13-14

Art rental gallery: Proposal, 1965.

3 15

Art sales and rental gallery, 1969-1970.

3 16-17

Articles and lectures by curators, 1958-1966.

3 18-19

Artists Equity Association, 1960-1970.

3 20-27

Artists Guild of the Delaware Valley, 1968-1970.

3 28

"As-Az", 1965-1970.

3 29-35

Asia Society, 1965-1970.

3 36-40

Assistant Director in the arts, 1967-1968.

3 41

Association of Art Museum Directors, 1960 April 1.

3 42

Atget Collection: Print Department report, 1965-1967.

3 43

Attendance reports, 1967-1969.

3 44-45

"Baa-Baq", 1964-1970.

3 46-52

Bacon's building plan, 1970.

3 53

"Bar", 1965-1970.

4 1-6

Barnes Foundation, 1965-1969.

4 7

"Bas-Bd", 1965-1970.

4 8-13

"Be-Bh", 1965-1970.

4 14-20

Bequest, 1965.

4 21

"Bi-Bk", 1965-1970.

4 22-28

Bicentennial Committee (World's Fair 1976), 1968.

4 29

"Bl-Bn", 1965-1970.

4 30-36

Bloch, Julius: Estate, 1967.

4 37

Block, Huntington T.: Insurance, 1969-1970.

4 38

Block, Huntington T.: Insurance, 1970-1971.

4 39

Blue Cross: Application forms, 1963-1965.

4 40

Blue Cross plan and Blue Shield plan, 1960, undated.

4 41

"Bo-Bq", 1964-1970.

4 42-48

Board of trustees, 1968 September-November.

4 49-52

Board of trustees, 1968 December-1969 December.

5 1-6

Bok, Cary W., 1970.

5 7

Bomb scare: Policy on data from other museums, 1971.

5 8

Bonnin and Morris, 1970.

5 9

Boucher painting, 1965.

5 10

"Br-Bd", 1965-1970.

5 11-17

Brancusi exhibition, 1969-1970.

5 18

Brancusi exhibition: Acoustiguide script, 1970.

5 19

Brancusi exhibition: Attendance, 1969.

5 20

Brancusi exhibition: Dinner, 1969.

5 21

"Bre-Brn", 1965-1970.

5 22-28

Briggs, Lillian: Estate, 1966.

5 29

"Bro-Bt", 1965-1970.

5 30-36

"Bu-Bz", 1965-1970.

5 37-43

Budd, Edward G.: Candidates for positions in the museum, 1967.

5 44

Buffet for members of a drawing exhibition, 1965.

5 45

Building committee, 1970.

5 46

Building maintenance, 1965.

5 47

Bulletin, The Evening, 1966.

5 48

Bunting, John R., Jr., 1970.

5 49

"Burghers of Calais", 1966-1967.

5 50-51

"Caa-Caq", 1965-1970.

5 52-58

Cadwalader correspondence, 1967-1968.

6 1

Campbell, William: Regarding brass tablets, 1966.

6 2

Canada Council, 1964.

6 3

Canadian art, 1965.

6 4

Canadian art: Editorial advisory committee, 1965.

6 5

Canadian art: Editorial board, 1962.

6 6

Canadian art: Museum Directors Organization, 1967.

6 7

Canadian Conference on the Arts, 1965.

6 8

Canadian Museums Association, 1964.

6 9

Canadian Museums Association, 1964.

6 10

Cappelle, George S., Jr.: Bequest, 1965-1966.

6 11

Capital fund report, 1965.

6 12

"Car-Cd", 1965-1970.

6 13-19

Carpet repairs, 1966.

6 20

Carrara exhibition drawings, 1970.

6 21

"Ce-Ch", 1964-1970.

6 22-28

Cedar Grove, 1970.

6 29

Centennial report, 1969.

6 30

Centennial report: Lists, 1969.

7 1

Centennial report: Seven year plan, 1969.

7 2

Cezanne, 1965.

7 3

Chadwick sculpture, 1965.

7 4

Chadwick sculpture, 1966.

7 5

Chandra, Dr.: Luncheon, 1964.

7 6

Chatsworth exhibition, 1969-1970.

7 7

Charitable gifts, 1956, undated.

7 8

Check list of paintings in the Philadelphia Museum of Art, 1965.

7 9

Chestnut Hill Historical Society, 1970.

7 10

Chicago, Art Institute of, 1965-1968.

7 11-14

Chippendale Symposium at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, 1965.

7 15

Christmas cards, 1968, 1970.

7 16

Christmas party, undated.

7 17

Chrystal Ball, 1969-1970.

7 18-19

"Ci-Cn", 1965-1970.

7 20-26

Citizens Council on City Planning, 1965-1970.

7 27-30

City Council: Dinner, 1965.

7 31

City Council: Hearing on Tax Proposals, 1970.

7 32

City Planning Commission, 1970.

7 33

City opening, 1967.

7 34

"Civilization" gallery walk, 1970.

7 35

Clothier, George B., 1964-1970.

7 36-42

"Coa-Col", 1965-1966.

7 43-45

"Coa-Col", 1968-1970.

8 1-4

College Art Association, 1964-1965, 1970.

8 5-6

Collier, Ralph, 1967.

8 7

P. D. Colnaghi and Company, Limited, 1967-1970.

8 8-11

Colozzi, Carl and Alan Corson, 1965-1970.

8 12

"Com-Coo", 1965-1970.

8 13-19

Committee on Ways and Means of the House of Representatives, undated.

8 20

Comparative statistics report, 1964.

8 21

Conference on British art, 1964.

8 22

"Confidential", 1967-1971.

8 23-25

Conservation, 1965.

8 26

Conservation and restoration, 1964.

8 27

Conservation report, 1964.

8 28

Consulates, 1969-1970.

8 29-30

Contributions to Philadelphia Museum of Art, 1965, 1967.

8 31-32

Convention and Tourist Bureau, 1966-1970.

8 33-38

"Cop-Cq", 1965-1968.

8 39-43

"Cop-Cq", 1969-1970.

9 1-2

Copley, William, 1970.

9 3

Corcoran Gallery of Art, 1966-1970.

9 4-9

Corporate Development Committee, 1966.

9 10

Corporate Fund Campaign, 1965-1967.

9 11-13

Corson, Alan Jr., 1965-1967.

9 14-16

Cosmopolitan Club, 1965.

9 17

Costumes and Textiles Committee Meeting, 1970.

9 18

"Cr-Ct", 1965-1970.

9 19-25

Cresap, McCormick and Paget, 1967-1968.

9 26

Cret, Paul P.: Estate, 1966.

9 27

Croome Court Furniture, 1959-1965.

9 28

Cross, Dr. Robert D., 1970.

9 29

Crystal Ball, 1967.

9 30

"Cu-Cz", 1965-1970.

9 31-37

Curator's Association and memberships, 1964-1965.

9 38

Curators' choice, 1965.

9 39

Curators' complaints, 1967.

9 40

Curators' meeting, 1967, undated.

9 41-42

Curators' memoranda, 1965-1967.

9 43-45

"Da-Dd", 1964-1970.

9 46-52

DuBon, David: Correspondence, 1965.

9 53

"De-Dh", 1965-1970.

9 54-60

Deborah Hospital, 1965.

10 1

Declaration of Principles: Use of the museum for events and Van Pelt, 1965.

10 2

Delft exhibition, 1965.

10 3

deMiege, Miss: Memoranda, 1966-1967.

10 4

Demuth, 1966.

10 5

Detroit Institute of Arts, 1965-1970.

10 6-11

Development program, 1970.

10 12

Development of the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, 1965.

10 13

"Di-Dom", 1965-1970.

10 14-20

Diana statue (Saint-Gaudens), 1967.

10 21

Dictating equipment (gray magnetic dictation systems), 1965-1967.

10 22

Dietrich, H. Richard, Jr., 1970.

10 23

Director of finance, 1965.

10 24

Division of education: Audio-visual education, 1965.

10 25

Dixon, Fitz Eugene, Jr., 1968.

10 26

"Don-Dt", 1965-1970.

10 27-33

Dover Publications, Incorporated, 1965-1970.

10 34-39

Drexel Institute, 1969-1970.

10 40-41

"Du-Dz", 1965-1970.

10 42-48

Duchamp, Marcel, 1970.

10 49

Duchamp, Marcel: ?tant donn?s, 1969.

10 50-51

du Pont, Henry F.: Estate, 1970.

10 52

Duskin, Nan: Christmas Fund, 1970.

10 53

"Ea-Ek", 1965-1970.

11 1-7

Eakins House and exhibition catalogue, 1965-1970.

11 8-17

East curtain (second floor), 1968.

11 18

Eggnog recipe ("keep current"), 1965.

11 19

"El-Eq", 1965-1970.

11 20-26

Electric hand dryers, 1965-1966.

11 27

Emergency hospital services, 1967.

11 28

Employment, 1965-1968.

11 29-35

Employment, 1967-1968.

12 1-2

Enion, 1970.

12 3

"Er-Ez", 1964-1970.

12 4-10

Esnault-Pelterie loan, 1962-1963.

12 11

Events at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, 1968-1970.

12 12-14

Exchange Publications, 1965.

12 15

Executive Committee Meeting, 1966-1967.

12 16-17

Exhibitions, 1966-1968.

12 18-20

Exhibition program statement, 1968.

12 21

Expenditures, 1966.

12 22

Expertise Institute, 1967.

12 23

"Exposition 1967", 1963-1965.

12 24-26

"Fa-Fh", 1965-1970.

12 27-33

Fabrics for background, 1966.

12 34

Fairmount Park Art Association, 1964-1970.

12 35-43

Fairmount Park Commission, 1964-1970.

13 1-11

Falcon Press, 1966-1969.

13 12-15

Far Eastern Committee report, 1970.

13 16

Festival America, 1966.

13 17

Fashion Group of Philadelphia, 1966-1970.

13 18-29

Fashion wing plaque: Mrs. Marshall Lertz, 1967-1968.

13 30

"Fi-Fn", 1965-1970.

13 31-37

Film festival, 1967-1968.

13 38-39

Film festival, 1968-1970.

14 1-6

First aid instructions in case of damage to works of art, circa 1965.

14 7

(Samuel S.) Fleisher Art Memorial, 1965-1970.

14 8-13

Fletcher, Vaughan, 1968.

14 14

Florence, Italy art disaster, 1966.

14 15

Flower show, 1968-1969.

14 16-17

Foley, Mrs. Helen C., 1967.

14 18

"Fo-Ft", 1965-1970.

14 19-25

Ford Foundation, 1964-1966.

14 26-28

Form letters, 1965-1966.

14 29-30

Fortieth anniversary of museum building, 1968.

14 31

Foundation for the Arts, Religion and Culture, 1967.

14 32

Fountain court cafe, 1964.

14 33

"Fu-Fz", 1965-1970.

14 34-40

Freer Gallery, 1965-1966.

14 41-42

French primitive photography special exhibition, 1969.

14 43-44

Friends of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, 1965.

14 45

Friends of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, 1966-1967.

15 1-2

Fund office, 1966.

15 3

Fundraising: Chester Tucker, 1965.

15 4

Future exhibitions, 1969-1970.

15 5-6

"Ga-Gd", 1965-1970.

15 7-13

Gabo, Naum: Conservation, 1967.

15 14

Garbisch exhibition: "101 American Primitive Watercolors and Pastels", 1967.

15 15

Gaudnek, Walter, 1969.

15 16

"Ge-Gh", 1964-1970.

15 17-23

Geddes, Brecher, Qualls and Cunningham, 1964-1969.

15 24-29

"Gi-Gn", 1965-1970.

15 30-36

Girard Trust Bank, 1970.

15 37

Glencairn Foundation, 1970.

15 38

"Go-Gt", 1965-1966.

15 39-41

"Go-Gt", 1967-1970.

16 1-4

Goodwin, Helen W.: Estate, 1968.

16 5

Goya painting, 1966.

16 6

Graham, Mr. Willard P., 1966.

16 7

Gray Line Tours, Incorporated, 1964-1965.

16 8

Greater Philadelphia Magazine, 1965.

16 9

Greenfield Collection, 1967.

16 10-12

Greenfield, Albert M.: Estate, 1967.

16 13

Gross Clinic, 1967-1970.

16 14

"Gu-Gz", 1965-1970.

16 15-21

Guide purchased for the protection of works of art, 1966-1967.

16 22

Guide to the museum (to be published), 1969.

16 23

Gurin, Barnes, Roche and Carlson, Incorporated, 1970.

16 24

"Haa-Ham", 1965-1970.

16 25-31

Haas Community Funds, 1968.

16 32

Hacker, Arthur H., Jr., 1967.

16 33

"Han-Har", 1965-1970.

16 34-40

Handbook, 1966-1972.

16 41-42

Luncheon for Nancy Hanks, 1970.

16 43

(T. Edward) Hanley Collection, 1967-1969.

16 44-47

Harrisburg Department of Public Instruction, 1965.

16 48

Harunobu catalogue, 1970.

16 49-50

Harvard Visiting Committee, 1965.

16 51

Harvard University Committee on Graduate School of Education, 1970.

17 1

"Has-Hd", 1962-1970.

17 2-8

Hauslohner, Robert A., Esquire, 1970.

17 9

Hawkes, Francis Craig: Estate, 1968.

17 10

"Hea-Hem", 1965-1970.

17 11-16

"Hen-Hh", 1960-1970.

17 17-23

Henderson, H. M., 1968.

17 24

Hendricks, Gordon, 1967-1968.

17 25-26

"Hi-Hn", 1964-1970.

17 27-33

Hirsch, Richard: Michener collection, 1966.

17 34

"Hoa-Hom", 1964-1970.

17 35-41

"Hon-Ht", 1964-1970.

17 42-48

Hoffman, Michael, 1969-1970.

17 49

Honolulu Academy of Arts, 1969-1970.

17 50-51

Houdon bust, 1966.

17 52

Howard, George, 1966-1967.

17 53

"Hu-Hz", 1965-1970.

17 54-60

Hubbard, Henry H.: Memorial, 1965-1966.

17 61-62

"I", 1965-1967.

17 63-64

"I", 1965-1970.

18 1-5

Indian sculpture book: Report on Stella Kramrisch's complimentary copies, 1964.

18 6

Ingersoll, Sturgis R., 1965-1970.

18 7-17

Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania, 1965-1970.

18 18-23

Institute of Environmental Studies, 1968-1969.

18 24-25

Insurance, 1965-1970.

18 26-29

IBM, 1970.

18 30

International Council of Museums, 1964-1970.

18 31-40

International Exhibition Foundation, 1969-1970.

18 41-42

International Institute for Conservation, 1970.

18 43

Itinerary and vacation schedules, 1970-1971.

18 44

Itinerary for Mr. and Mrs. R. Sturgis Ingersoll, 1965.

18 45

Itinerary of Mr. Kneeland McNulty, 1965.

18 46

Investment Committee, 1964-1965.

18 47

Investment Committee, 1968-1970.

19 1-2

Invitations and regrets, 1970.

19 3

"Ja-Jn", 1965-1970.

19 4-10

Janney, Walter C.: Estate, 1968.

19 11

"Jo-Jz", 1965-1970.

19 12-18

Johns, Jasper: Exhibition, 1970.

19 19

Johnson, John G.: Collection, 1965-1970.

19 20-22

Judson, Richard J., 1964-1969.

19 23-25

Junior League Material, 1965.

19 26

"Ka-Kd", 1965-1970.

19 27-33

"Ke-Kh", 1965-1970.

19 34-40

"Ki-Kk", 1965-1970.

19 41-47

Kielmansegg, Marie M., 1970.

19 48

Kienbusch, Otto von: Collection of arms and armor, 1965-1970.

19 49-52

Kienbusch, Otto von: Collection of arms and armor, 1967-1968.

20 1-3

Kimbell Art Foundation, 1965.

20 4

"Kl-Kt", 1965-1970.

20 5-11

Knoedler and Company, 1965-1966.

20 12-13

Kress Barberini tapestries, 1965-1966.

20 14-15

(Samuel H.) Kress Foundation, 1962-1969.

20 16-18

"Ku-Kz", 1965-1970.

20 19-25

Kulicke, Mrs. Robert, 1969.

20 26

"Laa-Laq", 1965-1970.

20 27-33

"Lar-Ld", 1965-1970.

20 34-40

Larner, Chester: Estate, 1969.

20 41

Lawyers' luncheon, 1969.

20 42

"Lea-Lem", 1965-1970.

20 43-49

"Len-Lh", 1965-1970.

20 50-56

Letitia Street house, 1968.

20 57

Levy, Howard S.: Estate, 1967.

20 58

Lewis, Mrs. John Frederick, Jr., 1965.

20 59

"Li-Ln", 1965-1966.

20 60-62

"Li-Ln", 1967-1970.

21 1-4

Lighting, 1965.

21 5

Lighting problems, 1965.

21 6

Light Seven exhibition, 1969.

21 7

"Lo-Lz", 1965-1970.

21 8-14

Loans, handling, 1965.

21 15

Lund, Percy: Lund, Humphries and Company, 1966.

21 16

"Maa-Mao", 1965-1970.

21 17-23

Madeira, Louis C., 1965-1966.

21 24-25

"Map-Mb", 1964-1970.

21 26-32

Mantua Project, 1968.

21 33

Marceau, Henri, 1966-1970.

21 34-37

Marin, John: Exhibition, 1968-1969.

21 38-39

Market Street development proposal from Philadelphia City Planning Commission, 1968.

21 40

"McA-McC", 1965-1969.

21 41-44

"McA-McC", 1964-1970.

22 1-10

McCallum, Jan, 1970.

22 11

McFadden, Mrs. John H., 1967-1970.

22 12-14

McGarvey, Elsie, 1969.

22 15

"McH-McM", 1964-1970.

22 16-22

McIlhenny, Henry P., 1965-1969.

22 23-27

McKean portraits, 1968.

22 28

McKean, Thomas R., 1965.

22 29

McKee, Mrs. Ruth: National Forum of Professional Artists, 1968.

22 30

"McN-Md", 1965-1970.

22 31-37

McNeil, Robert L., Jr., 1965-1969.

22 38-40

"Me-Mh", 1965-1970.

22 41-47

Membership Committee, 1970.

22 48

Membership and development conference, 1970.

22 49

Membership reports, 1964-1967.

22 50-52

Merrill, Charles E.: Trust, 1965.

22 53

Metropolitan and Boston centenary celebration exhibition proposal, 1967.

22 54

"Mi-Mn", 1965-1970.

22 55-60

"Mi-Mn", 1965.

23 1

Miller, Edwin: Court case and correspondence, 1967.

23 2-3

"Minds Eye" exhibition, 1970.

23 4

"Mo-Mt", 1965-1970.

23 5-10

Morris, Herbert C.: Estate, 1965-1970.

23 11-18

"Mu-Mz", 1964-1970.

23 19-25

Museum Associates, 1970.

23 26-27

Museum Bulletin, 1970.

23 28

Museum Council of Philadelphia, 1964-1970.

23 29-35

Museum course at University of Pennsylvania, 1970.

23 36

Museum restaurant program and facilities, 1970.

23 37

Museum shop reports, 1967.

23 38

Museum tapestry, 1969.

23 39

Museum training course, 1969-1970.

23 40-42

Museums "A-Z", 1965.

24 1

Museums "A-Z", 1969.

24 2

Museums "A-K", 1965-1968.

24 3-6

Museums "L-Q", 1965-1968.

24 7-10

Museums "R-Z", 1965-1968.

24 11-14

Museums "A-C", 1970.

24 15

Museums "D-L", 1970.

24 16

Museums "M-Z", 1970.

24 17

Museums: Baltimore Museum of Art, 1965-1970.

24 18-23

Museums: Boston Museum of Fine Arts, 1965-1968.

24 24-27

Museums: Boston Museum of Fine Arts, 1969-1970.

25 1-3

Museums: Brooklyn Museum of Art, 1965-1970.

25 4-9

Museums: Campbell Historical Museum, 1969-1970.

25 10

Museums: City Art Museum of St. Louis, 1966-1970.

25 11-15

Museums: Cleveland Museum of Art, 1965-1970.

25 16-22

Museums: Commercial Museum, 1965-1966.

25 23-24

Museums: Dallas Museum of Fine Arts, 1967-1968.

25 25-26

Museums: Ebenezer Maxwell Mansion, 1965-1970.

25 27-32

Museums: Fogg Museum of Art, 1965-1970.

25 33-39

Museums: Guggenheim Museum of Art, 1967-1970.

25 40-43

Museums: Los Angele County Museum, 1967-1968.

25 44-45

Museums: M. H. deYoung Memorial Museum, 1968.

25 46

Museums: Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1965-1970.

25 47-53

Museums: Minneapolis Institute of Art, 1967-1968.

25 54-55

Museums: Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, 1964-1966.

25 56-57

Museums: Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, 1964-1970.

26 1-7

Museums: Museum of Modern Art, 1965-1970.

26 8-13

Museums: Museum Pieces, Incorporated, 1965.

26 14

Museums: National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., 1965.

26 15

Museums: National Gallery of Canada, 1968.

26 16

Museums: National Museum of New Delhi, 1968.

26 17

Museums: Pasadena Art Museum, 1965.

26 18

Museums: Rodin Museum, 1965-1968.

26 19-24

Museums: San Francisco Museum of Art, 1966-1970.

26 25-27

Museums: Toledo Museum of Art, 1965-1970.

26 28-33

Museums: University of Pennsylvania Museum, 1964-1968.

26 34-38

Museums: Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, 1965-1970.

26 39-44

Museums: Winterthur Museum, 1965-1970.

26 45-50

Museums: Worcester Art Museum, 1965-1968.

26 51-54

Museums of Austria, 1965-1968.

26 55-57

Museums of Belgium, 1965-1966.

26 58-59

Museums of Canada, 1965-1969.

26 60-64

Museums of Denmark, 1969.

26 65

Museums of England, 1965-1969.

26 66-70

Museums of France, 1965-1970.

26 71-76

Museums of Germany, 1965-1970.

26 77-82

Museums of Italy, 1967.

26 83

Museums of Japan, 1969.

26 84

Museums of Japan, 1969.

27 1

Museums of Mexico, 1965-1967.

27 2-3

Museums of Netherlands, 1965-1970.

27 4-9

Museums of Switzerland, 1966.

27 10

Mutual of New York, 1965.

27 11

"Na-Nh", 1965-1970.

27 12-17

"Na-Nz", 1964-1965.

27 18

Nail, Harry C., 1969-1970.

27 19-20

National Broadcasting Company, 1964-1965.

27 21

National Council on the Arts and National Arts Foundation, 1966.

27 22

National Forum of Professional Artists, 1966.

27 23

National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., 1966.

27 24

National Gallery of Canada, 1969-1970.

27 25-26

Negro Film Festival in the Philadelphia Museum of Art, 1968.

27 27

(William Rockhill) Nelson Gallery, 1965-1968.

27 28-30

New York Graphic Society, 1965-1966.

27 31-32

Newbold, Theodore T., 1968-1970.

27 33-35

Newsletters, 1967-1968.

27 36-38

"Ni-Nt", 1965-1970.

27 39-44

Nominating Committee, 1966.

27 45

Norman, Dorothy, 1967-1970.

28 1-5

Northeast Museums Conference, 1964.

28 6-7

Norton Simon, Incorporated, 1969.

28 8

"Nu-Nz", 1965-1970.

28 9-14

"O", 1964.

28 15

"Oa-Ok", 1965-1970.

28 16-21

Oaks, Sir Harry, 1968.

28 22

Obermayer, Rebmann, Maxwell & Hippel, 1965-1967.

28 23

"Ol-Oz", 1965-1970.

28 24-29

Old master drawings from Chatsworth exhibition, 1969.

28 30

Old Philadelphia Development Corporation, 1967.

28 31

Osaka purchase, 1969-1970.

28 32-33

Osborn, Alice N.: Estate, 1966, 1970.

28 34-35

Osborn, Mrs. Frank C., 1965-1970.

28 36-37

Outreach Department, 1970.

28 38

"Pa-Pd", 1965-1970.

28 39-45

Paintings to be acquired by purchase, 1964.

28 46

Papenek accident suit, 1967.

28 47

Paris, France, 1962-1963.

28 48

Parkway School, 1968.

28 49

Past events, 1969.

28 50-54

"Pe-Ph", 1965-1970.

29 1-7

Peace exhibition, 1970.

29 8

Peat, Marwick, Mitchell and Company, 1968-1970.

29 9-10

Peck, Staunton B. and Lola: Estate, 1967.

29 11

Pederson, Erling H., 1965-1966.

29 12-13

Penn's Landing, 1969.

29 14

(William) Penn Memorial, 1965.

29 15

Pennsylvania "A-Z", 1965-1970.

29 16-21

Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, 1965-1970.

29 22-28

Pennsylvania Council of the Arts, 1969-1970.

29 29-30

Pennsylvania German pottery catalogue, 1968.

29 31

Pennsylvania Railroad Company, 1965-1966.

29 32-33

Pennsylvania state officials list, 1965.

29 34

Pennsylvania State Senate, 1965.

29 35

People-to-People program, 1962.

29 36

Personnel, 1966.

29 37

Philadelphia, 1965-1968.

29 38-40

Philadelphia, 1969-1970.

30 1-2

Philadelphia "A-Z", 1965-1970.

30 3-8

Philadelphia antiquarian booksellers, undated.

30 9

Philadelphia Arts Festival, 1967.

30 10-11

Philadelphia College of Art, 1965-1970.

30 12-16

Philadelphia Council for International Visitors, 1969-1970.

30 17-18

Philadelphia Development Corporation, 1968.

30 19

Philadelphia employees, 1965-1967.

30 20

Philadelphia Foundation, 1968.

30 21

Philadelphia Inquirer, 1965-1970.

30 22-25

Philadelphia International Festival of Short Films, 1967.

30 26

Philadelphia job descriptions, 1966.

30 27

Philadelphia Office of the Managing Director, 1966.

30 28

Philadelphia public schools, 1970.

30 29

Philadelphia Tourist Bureau, 1966.

30 30

Philadelphia Urban Coalition, 1970.

30 31

"Pi-Pk", 1965-1970.

30 32-38

Picasso loan, undated.

30 39

Picasso prints exhibition, 1971.

30 40

Pitcairn Collection, 1965-1967.

30 41-43

"Pl-Pq", 1965-1970.

30 44-50

Plans for financial development, 1965.

30 51

Pogany, Margit, 1966.

30 52

Polish film, 1968.

30 53

Popelini paintings, 1968-1969.

30 54

Postage rates for museums, 1966.

30 55

Potential places for selling publications, 1967.

30 56

"Pr-Pt", 1965-1970.

31 1-7

Praeger, Frederick A., Incorporated, 1967.

31 8

Pre-exhibition survey form, 1970.

31 9

Price, Philip, Esquire, 1969-1970.

31 10-11

Print Club auction, 1970.

31 12

Priority projects, 1967.

31 13

Product Environment exhibition, 1970.

31 14

Product Environment opening, 1970.

31 15

Promotional literature, circa 1970.

31 16

"Pu-Pz", 1964-1970.

31 17-24

Public Environment presentation, 1969.

31 25

"Q", 1965-1970.

31 26-31

Quebec, 1964, undated.

31 32

Questionnaire, 1968.

31 33

Quinlan and Company: Three month report, 1966-1967.

31 34-35

"Ra-Rd", 1965-1970.

31 36-42

Rambova, Natacha: Estate, 1967.

31 43

"Re-Rh", 1965-1970.

31 44-50

Reception invitations, 1971.

31 51

Reilly, William M.: Estate, 1970.

31 52

Rembrandt, 1968-1970.

31 53-55

Reproductions and rights, 1960.

31 56

Restaurant addition on East Court, 1965.

31 57

"Reversion after life interest - fraction interests", 1966.

31 58

"Ri-Rn", 1965-1967.

31 59-62

"Ri-Rn", 1968-1970.

32 1-3

"Roa-Rof", 1965-1970.

32 4-10

Roche report, 1970.

32 11

Rockefeller Brothers Fund, 1968.

32 12

Rodin bust of ?tienne Cl?mentel, 1968.

32 13

Rodin catalogue, 1966-1970.

32 14-18

Rodin drawings, 1970.

32 19

Rodin exhibition opening, 1969-1970.

32 20-21

Rodin marbles, 1968.

32 22

Rodin Museum, 1965.

32 23

Rodin Museum's projects, 1967.

32 24

"Rog-Rt", 1964-1970.

32 25-31

Rosengarten bequest, 1968.

32 32

"Ru-Rz", 1964-1970.

32 33-39

"Sa-Sb", 1964-1970.

32 40-46

Saffin, Alan, 1968.

32 47

Safrin, Robert, 1970.

32 48

Saint Charles Borromeo Seminary, 1969-1970.

33 1-2

"Sca-Sch", 1965-1970.

33 3-9

"Scho", 1964-1965.

33 10

School classes during strike, 1970.

33 11

"Sci-Sd", 1965-1970.

33 12-17

Sculptors Guild, 1961.

33 18

Sculptor of the 1960s, 1967.

33 19

"Se-Sg", 1964-1970.

33 20-26

"Sha-Shh", 1965-1970.

33 27-33

"Shi-Shz", 1965-1970.

33 34-40

"Si-Smh", 1964-1970.

33 41-47

Silver, Harry and Ada, 1966.

33 48

Sixteenth century paintings of the Low Countries (fact and fantasy), 1970.

33 49

"Smi-Smz", 1965-1970.

33 50-56

Smith memorial: Gifts to the library, 1970.

33 57

Smithsonian Institution, 1965-1970.

33 58-62

"Sn-So", 1965.

33 63-64

"Sn-So", 1966-1970.

34 1-5

Society of Architectural Historians, 1966.

34 6

"Sp-Ss", 1965-1970.

34 7-13

"Sta-Sth", 1964-1970.

34 14-20

Staff meeting, 1970.

34 21-23

Stern Collection, 1964-1968.

34 24-27

"Sti-Stz", 1965-1970.

34 28-34

(Alfred) Stieglitz Center, 1968-1970.

34 35-36

Stolen objects folder, 1960-1964.

34 37

Student center, 1965-1970.

34 38-44

Student center, 1968.

35 1

Strand exhibitions, 1969.

35 2

STRIKE / Peace statement, 1970.

35 3

"Su-Sz", 1964-1970.

35 4-10

Symposium on Arts and Humanities, 1966.

35 11

"Ta-Tg", 1965-1970.

35 12-18

Tapestry disposal proposal, 1966.

35 19

Task force: Fine arts master plan, 1970.

35 20

Temple Sculpture Committee, 1966.

35 21

Textile Alliance, Incorporated, 1965-1966.

35 22-23

Textile school, 1964.

35 24

"Th-Tq", 1965-1970.

35 25-31

Thompson, Belle D.: Estate, 1968.

35 32

(William T.) Tonner Collection, 1970.

35 33

Toomey, Gertrude (Miller), 1967.

35 34

Toronto Art Gallery, 1965-1966.

35 35-36

"Tr-Tz", 1965-1970.

35 37-43

Turner, Evan H.: Correspondence, 1964.

35 44

Turner, Evan H.: Real estate and housing in Philadelphia, 1964.

35 45

Turner, Evan H.: Travel agency Raymond and Whitcomb Company, 1965.

35 46

Turner, Joseph M. W., undated.

35 47

Twentieth Century Decorative Arts, 1970.

35 48-49

Tyson collection catalogue, 1965.

35 50

"U", 1964-1966.

35 51-53

"U", 1967-1970.

36 1-4

Union, 1965.

36 5

United Fund Campaign, 1969-1970.

36 6-7

United States post office, 1965-1967.

36 8-10

University, New York Institute of Fine Arts, 1965-1968.

36 11-14

University of Michigan, 1965-1968.

36 15-18

University of Pennsylvania, 1965-1970.

36 19-26

University of Toronto, 1965-1968.

36 27-30

University, Yale, 1965-1970.

36 31-37

Universities "A-Z", 1965-1970.

36 38-44

"V", 1964-1970.

37 1-7

Valentino fashion show, 1970.

37 8

Van Every, Elizabeth, 1966.

37 9

Van Gogh exhibition, 1968-1970.

37 10-23

Van Pelt auditorium, 1957-1959.

37 24

Vavin Incorporated, 1965-1966.

37 25-26

Vouet article, 1967.

37 27

"Waa-Wal", 1965-1970.

37 28-34

Walters Art Gallery, 1965-1966.

37 35-36

"Wam-Wd", 1965-1966.

37 37-39

"Wam-Wd", 1967-1970.

38 1-4

"We-Wg", 1965-1970.

38 5-11

Wedgwood seminar, 1970.

38 12

Weintraub, Tina V., 1969.

38 13

Wenger, Mrs. Morris, 1967.

38 14

West, Benjamin, 1968.

38 15

"Wh", 1965-1970.

38 16-22

Wheeler, Mabel Bryce: Estate, 1965-1968.

38 23-25

White, Mrs. S.S.: Estate, 1966, 1968.

38 26-27

White, Vera: Estate, 1966.

38 28

White exhibition opening, 1968-1969.

38 29-30

White House, 1965-1966.

38 31-32

Whitman's Chocolates, 1970.

38 33

"Wia-Wik", 1965-1969.

38 34-38

Wick, Mrs.: Afternoon party in the board room, 1967.

38 39

"Wil", 1965-1970.

38 40-46

Wildenstein Galleries, 1965-1970.

38 47-52

Williams, Hobart Lyle, 1965-1969.

38 53-56

Wills, 1966.

38 57

Wilmington Trust Company, 1965.

38 58

Wilmington Trust Company, 1967-1970.

39 1-3

Wilstach and Elkins Fund, 1965-1969.

39 4-6

"Wim-Wn", 1965-1970.

39 7-14

Wintersteen, Mrs. John, 1965-1970.

39 15-23

WIP spot announcements, 1966.

39 24

Wistar Association, 1964.

39 25

"Wo-Wz", 1964-1970.

39 26-32

Wolfe, Beatrice B., Fund, 1969.

39 33

Women's Membership Committee, 1965-1966.

39 34-35

Works of art for rental or sale, 1965.

39 36

World's Fair, 1965.

39 37

"X-Y", 1964-1970.

39 38-45

Xerox Corporation, 1965-1966.

39 46

Young Great Society, 1968.

39 47

Young Presidents, 1970.

39 48

"Z", 1965-1970.

39 49-55

Zigrosser, Carl and Laura, 1965-1968.

39 56-59

Zimbalist, 1969-1970.

39 60

Subseries b. 1971-1978.

Box Folder

1% Ruling, 1969.

39 61

1492 exhibition, 1971.

39 62

"Aa-Ak", 1971.

39 63

"Aa-Ak", 1973-1978.

40 1-5

Acknowledgement of gifts, 1971.

40 6

Admission fees, 1971.

40 7

Admission charges, 1971.

40 8

Admissions, 1971-1978.

40 9-12

Air conditioning, 1971-1978.

40 13-19

"Al-Am", 1971-1978.

40 20-27

"Al-Am", 1976-1977.

41 1

American A-Z, 1971.

41 2

American Antiques, 1976 April.

41 3

American Art department and/or committee, 1971-1978.

41 4-10

American Association of Museums, 1973-1974, 1977-1978.

41 11-12

American Express, 1971.

41 13

American Federation of the Arts, 1977-1978.

41 14

American Museum of Photography, 1971.

41 15

"An-Ar", 1971-1975.

41 18-22

"An-Ar", 1975-1978.

42 1-3

Angry artists, 1971.

42 4

Annenberg, Walter H., 1971.

42 5

Annenberg, 1976-1977.

42 6

Annual Corporate Luncheon, remarks made A. Jolles, 1978 January 11.

42 7

Annual reports, 1975-1977.

42 8-9

Apollo magazine, 1971-1972.

42 10-11

April meeting folder, 1971.

42 12

Archives, 1974-1978.

42 13-16

Arensberg, 1971, undated.

42 17

Arensberg fresco, 1977-1978.

42 18

Armor and Arms department, 1977-1978.

42 19

Art in America, 1971.

42 20

Art department, 1971-1978.

42 21-27

Art Institute of Chicago, 1971.

42 28

Art Sales Rental Gallery, 1971-1978.

42 29-36

Artists Equity, 1971.

42 37

Arts Council of Great Britain, 1971.

42 38

"As-Az", 1971-1977.

42 39-45

"As-Az", 1977.

43 1

Association of Art Museum Directors, 1976-1977.

41 16-17

Association of Art Museum Directors, 1977-1978.

43 2

Attendance, 1971-1978.

43 3-9

Audit Committee, 1975-1977.

43 10-11

Awards, Radio and Television commercials, 1969.

43 12

"Baa-Baq", 1971-1978.

43 13-20

"Bar", 1971-1978.

43 21-27

Barnes Foundation Agreement, correspondence with James L., 1970-1971.

43 28

"Bas-Bd", 1971-1977.

43 29-36

"Be-Bh", 1971-1978.

43 37-46

"Ber", 1973-1974.

44 1

"Bi-Bk", 1971-1977.

44 2-6

Bicentennial preparation, 1973-1974.

44 7

"Bl-Bn", 1971-1976.

44 8-15

Block, Huntington T., insurance, 1971.

44 16

"Bo-Bq", 1971-1977.

44 17-24

Bok, Cary W., 1971.

44 25

Bomb scare, 1971 January 25.

44 26

Bonnin and Morris, 1971.

44 27

Trustees, Board of, 1973-1977.

44 28-33

Trustees, Board of, 1976-1977.

45 1

"Bra-Brd", 1971-1978.

45 2-6

"Bre-Brn", 1971-1977.

45 7-11

"Bro-Bt", 1971-1978.

45 12-16

"Br", 1972-1974.

45 17-19

"Bre", 1971-1975.

45 20-22

"Bro", 1971-1975.

45 23-25

"Bu-Bz", 1971-1977.

45 26-30

"Bu", 1972-1974.

45 31-33

Budd, Edward, 1971.

46 1

Budget, 1977-1978.

46 2

Budget, city, 1972-1973.

46 3

Budget Committee, 1976-1977.

46 4

Budget, Museum, 1972-1974.

46 5-6

Budget, operating income, 1972.

46 7

Budget proposed, 1971-1972.

46 8

Budget work book, 1971-1972.

46 9

Building Committee, 1971-1978.

46 10-17

Bulletin, 1976-1977.

46 18

Bunting, Jr., John R., 1971.

46 19

Burks, Harold A., memoranda, 1971.

46 20

Butler, Marigene, account, 1977-1978.

46 21

By laws, 1974-1975.

46 22

"Caa-Caq", 1971-1977.

46 23-30

Calligraphy Exhibition, 1971-1972.

46 31-32

Canadian-American exhibition, architectural history, 1969-1970.

46 33

Canadian Museums Association, 1975-1976.

46 34-36

Candidates for Assistant Director for the Arts, 1971.

47 1

Capital program, 1974-1979.

47 2

"Car-Cd", 1971-1978.

47 3-10

Castiglione Exhibition, 1971.

47 11

"Ce-Ch", 1971-1978.

47 12-19

Centennial of the Philadelphia Museum of Art (PMA), 1971-1974.

47 20-29

Centennial of the Philadelphia Museum of Art (PMA), 1973-1977.

48 1-19

Center for Museum Education (George Washington University), 1976-1977.

48 20

Center for Museum Education, "Information About Information", 1977.

48 21

Charter, 1973-1975.

48 22-23

Chestnut Hill Historical Society, 1971.

48 24

Chinese Exhibition, 1972-1973.

48 25

Christmas, 1978.

48 26-27

"Ci-Cn", 1971-1976.

48 28-33

"Ci-Cn", 1977.

49 1-2

Cinema in the Sky, 1971.

49 1971

City/2 Exhibition, 1970-1972.

49 4-8

City of Philadelphia, 1971-1975.

49 9-16

City of Philadelphia, 1975-1978.

50 1-9

Civilization, 1971.

50 10

"Coa-Col", 1975-1977.

50 11-15

"Co", 1971-1975.

50 16-18

Collab 20th Century Inc., 1974-1978.

50 19-22

"Com-Coo", 1971-1973.

50 23-24

"Com-Coo", 1974-1978.

51 1-6

Complaints, 1969-1973.

51 7-9

Community Programs, Department of (Former DUO), 1977-1978.

51 10

Congress of World Unity, 1974-1975.

51 11

Conservation, 1971-1978.

51 12-18

Controller, 1971-1975.

51 19-22

Controller, monthly reports, 1974-1978.

52 1-8

"Cop-Cq", 1970-1978.

52 9-16

Clothier, George B., 1971.

52 17

Corcoran Gallery of Art, 1971.

52 18

Costume and Textiles Committee, 1971-1978.

52 19-25

"Cr-Ct", 1971-1978.

52 26-33

Crystal Ball, 1971.

52 34

Crystal Ball, 1971-1973.

53 1-2

"Cu-Cz", 1971-1978.

53 3-10

Cubist Exhibition, 1969-1970.

53 11

Curatorial Functions, 1976-1977.

53 12

Curators' meetings, 1972-1973.

53 13-14

Czechoslovakian exhibition, 1970.

53 15

"Da-Dd", 1971-1978.

53 16-23

"De-Dh", 1971-1978.

53 24-31

Decorative Arts, 1971-1972.

53 32

Decorative Arts, 1971-1972.

53 33

Decorative Arts, 1972-1978.

54 1-11

Delaware State Arts Council, 1971-1972.

54 12

Department Heads Meetings, 1976-1977.

54 13

Department of Urban Outreach, 1971-1977.

54 14-21

Detroit Institute of Art, 1971.

54 22

Development program, 1970.

54 23

Development Steering Committee, 1970-1971.

54 24

Development, 1971 January-August.

54 25

Development, director candidates, 1971.

54 26

Development, 1971-1972.

54 27-28

Development, 1971-1978.

55 1-22

"Di-Dom", 1971-1978.

55 23-30

Director's annual report and other papers, 1971-1978.

56 1-14

Division of Education, 1971-1975.

56 15-18

Division of Education, 1974-1977.

57 1-3

Division of Education, 1977-1978.

59 1-2

"Don-Dt", 1971-1977.

57 4-10

Doughty Worcester Birds, 1967-1971.

57 11

"Du-Dz", 1971-1978.

57 12-19

"Do-Dt", 1977-1978.

57 20

Duchamp, Marcel, 1971.

57 21

Duchamp, Marcel, two paintings, 1970-1971.

57 22

Duchamp, future exhibition, 1971.

57 23

Duchamp exhibition, 1971-1974.

57 24-29

Durer exhibition, 1970.

57 30

Dutch 18th Century painting and drawing exhibition, "The Quiet Century", 1970-1972.

57 31-32

"E", 1971-1978.

58 1-8

Eakins House, 1974-1975.

58 9-12, 28-31

Eakins Catalogue, 1971-1978.

58 13-27

Eakins photographs, reprints, undated.

58 32-33

"El-Eq", 1971-1978.

59 3-10

Elkins Collection list (George W. Elkins and William L. Elkins), 1971.

59 11

Employment agencies, 1971.

59 12-13

Enion folder, 1971.

59 14

Entenza holder, 1971.

59 15

"Er-Ez", 1971-1978.

59 16-23

Eskimo, Sculpture of the, exhibition, 1971-1972.

59 24

Europe (Munich, Paris, London), 1972 October.

59 25

Events, 1971.

59 26-36

Events, 1975-1976.

59 37

Events (past), 1971.

59 38-39

Executive Committee, 1971-1976.

59 40-44

Executive Committee, 1977-1978.

60 1-3

Exhibitions, 1975-1977.

60 4

Exhibitions offered to the Museum, 1972-1978.

60 5-10

Exhibition schedules, 1971.

60 11

"Fa-Fh", 1971-1978.

60 12-19

Fairmount Park Art Association, 1971-1973.

60 20-25

Fairmount Park Art Association, 1972-1977.

61 1-5

Fairmount Park Commission, 1970-1978.

61 6-15

Far Eastern Art department, 1971-1978.

61 16-22

Fashion Group, 1971-1978.

61 23-31

Federal Reserve Bank, Sculpture Award Committee, 1971.

61 32

Federal Reserve project, 1971-1972.

61 33

Federal tax legislation (papers related to meeting of December 9, 1975), 1975-1976.

61 34

Feldman, Eugene, statement prepared by Turner on Feldman as insert to Women's Committee Centennial Fair catalogue, 1975-1976.

61 35

Ferrari exhibition, 1974-1975.

61 36

"Fi-Fn", 1970-1978.

62 1-8

Finance and Administration Committee, 1971-1975.

62 9-12

Financial reports, 1975-1977.

62 13-14

Fleisher Art Memorial, 1971-1977.

62 15-21

Fleisher Art Memorial, 1977-1978.

64 1

Fleisher Art Memorial, Special reports, 1977.

64 2-4

"Fo-Ft", 1976-1977.

63 1

"Fo-Ft", 1971-1978.

64 5-11

Fogg Art Museum meeting, 1971 May 17.

63 2

Form letters, 1971.

63 3

"Fr", 1970-1975.

63 4-6

Francis, Cauffman, Wilkinson and Pepper, 1977-1978.

63 7

Frank Furness exhibition, 1971.

63 8

Franklin Mint, 1971-1972.

63 9

Friends of the Museum, 1971-1978.

63 10-18

"Fu-Fz", 1971-1977.

63 19-23

Furness Exhibition, 1971-1973.

63 24-25

Future Exhibitions, 1971.

63 26

"Ga-Gd", 1971-1978.

64 12-19

"Ge-Gh", 1971-1978.

64 20-27

Geddes, Brecher, Qualls and Cunningham, 1971-1972.

64 28-29

Geddes, Brecher, Qualls and Cunningham, 1972-1978.

65 1-6

Gericault Exhibition, 1971.

65 7

"Gi-Gn", 1971-1978.

65 8-15

Girard Trust Bank, 1971.

65 16

Glenbow-Alberta Institute (Calgary/lecture), 1976-1977.

65 17

"Go-Gt", 1971-1978.

65 18-25

"Gr", 1969-1975.

65 26-28

Grant Office (Tom Conti), 1977-1978.

65 29

Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance, 1972-1973.

65 30

Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance, 1972-1977.

66 1-12

Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance, 1976-1978.

67 1-2

Greenfield Collection, 1971.

67 3

Group of V, 1977.

67 4

"Gu-Gz", 1971-1978.

67 5-9

Guard Shortage, 1975-1977.

67 10-11

Gurin, Barnes, Roche and Carlson, Incorporated, 1970-1971.

67 12-15

"Haa-Ham", 1971-1978.

67 16-23

Haas Community Fund, 1971.

67 24

"Han-Har", 1971-1978.

67 25-32

Harvard University Committee on Graduate School of Education, 1971.

67 33

"Has-Hd", 1971-1978.

68 1-8

Hathaway, Calvin S., 1974-1975.

68 9

Hauslohner, Robert A., 1971.

68 10

"Hea-Hem", 1971-1978.

68 11-18

"Hen-Hh", 1971-1978.

68 19-26

"Hi-Hn", 1970-1978.

68 27-34

"Hoa-Hom", 1971-1978.

68 35-42

Hoffman, Michael, 1971.

68 43

Hollis (Howard) Collection, 1973-1974.

68 44

"Hon-Ht", 1971-1978.

68 45-52

"Hu-Hz", 1971-1978.

68 53-60

"I", 1971-1978.

69 1-8

Illegal import/export of cultural property, 1975-1978.

69 9-11

Indemnity (government), 1974-1976.

69 12-13

Indemnification, 1976-1978.

69 14-15

Independence National Historical Park, 1974-1975.

69 16

Indian Art, 1971-1978.

69 17-23

Ingersoll, R. Sturgis, 1971-1977.

69 24-29

Ingres in Rome, exhibition, 1971.

69 30

Inquirer (Philadelphia newspaper), 1971-1972.

69 31

Inquirer (Philadelphia newspaper), 1975-1977.

70 1-2

Institute of Contemporary Art, 1971-1977.

70 3-5

International Council of Museums, 1971.

70 6

International Exhibitions Foundation, 1971-1978.

70 7-14

Inter-Society Committee for 20th Century Decorative Arts and Design, 1971-1975.

70 15-18

Investment Committee, 1971-1978.

70 19-26

Invitations and regrets, 1971.

71 1

Irish Art Exhibition, 1971-1978.

71 2-6

Israeli trip, 1973.

71 7

"Ja-Jn", 1971-1977.

71 8-15

The Japan Group, 1976-1977.

71 16

"Jo-Jz", 1970-1978.

71 17-24

Job descriptions, 1971.

71 25

Johnson Collection (John G. Johnson Collection), 1971-1978.

71 26-33

Joint American Program Committee, 1974-1977.

71 34-37

Jolles, Arnold, 1976-1977.

71 38-39

"Ka-Kd", 1971-1978.

72 1-8

Kahn, Louis, 1973-1975.

72 9-11

"Ke-Kh", 1971-1978.

72 12-19

"Ki-Kk", 1971-1978.

72 20-27

Kielmansegg, Marie, 1971.

72 28

Kienbusch Collection, 1971-1978.

72 29-40

"Kl-Kt", 1971-1978.

73 1-8

"Kr", 1971-1975.

73 9-11

"Ku-Kz", 1971-1978.

73 12-16

"Laa-Laq", 1970-1978.

73 17-24

Lansdowne Room, 1977-1978.

73 25

"Lar-Ld", 1971-1978.

73 26-33

"Lea-Lem", 1971-1978.

73 34-41

Lear, Edward, in Greece Exhibition, 1971.

73 42

"Len-Lh", 1971-1978.

73 43-50

"Li-Ln", 1971-1976.

73 51-56

"Li-Ln", 1976-1978.

74 1-2

Library, 1971-1978.

74 3-9

"Lo-Lz", 1971-1978.

74 10-17

London: November, 1974.

74 18

"Maa-Mao", 1971-1977.

74 19-26

Mannerist Exhibition (Judson), 1971-1972.

74 27

Man Ray exhibition, 1971.

74 28

"Map-Mb", 1971-1977.

74 29-35

"Map-Mb", 1977-1978.

75 1

Marceau, Henri, 1971.

75 2

Maxwell Mansion, 1971.

75 4

"McA-McC", 1971-1976.

75 6-13

"McD-McG", 1971-1978.

75 14-21

"McG-McM", 1971-1978.

75 22-29

McIlhenny, Henry P., 1971.

75 30

"McN-Md", 1971-1978.

75 31-37

McNeil, Jr., Robert L., 1971.

75 42

"Me-Mh", 1971-1978.

75 50

Medieval and renaissance [department], 1971.

75 51

Medieval and renaissance [department], 1972.

76 1

Medieval and renaissance decorative arts, 1971-1978.

76 2-10

Meetings, 1971 January-May.

76 11-16

Meeting, 1971 March.

75 3

Meeting, 1971 May.

75 5

Meeting (June), 1971.

75 38

Membership department, 1971-1974.

75 39-41

Membership department, 1974-1978.

76 17-20

Memoranda, 1976-1977.

76 21

Messages and questions for Turner, 1975-1977.

76 22-25, 34

"Mi-Mn", 1971-1978.

76 26-33

Misplaced objects, 1975-1976.

76 35

"Mo-Mt", 1971-1972.

76 37

"Mo-Mt", 1972-1978.

77 1-6

Monday closings: negotiations and details, 1973-1974.

77 7

Mount Vernon (painting of Washington by Stuart), 1971.

77 8

"Mu-Mz", 1971-1978.

77 9-16

Multiple exhibitions, 1970-1971.

77 17

Mus?es de France, 1974-1975.

77 18

Museum Associates, 1971.

77 19

Museum Associates Committee, 1971.

77 20

Museum Council of Philadelphia, 1971-1975.

78 1-2

Museum course at the University of Pennsylvania, 1971-1977.

78 3-11

Museum News, 1971.

78 12

Museum Presidents Conference, 1972-1978.

78 13-19

Museum restaurant, 1971.

78 20

Museum Services Act, 1975-1976.

78 21

Museum Shop, 1971-1972.

78 22-28

Museums A-Z, 1971.

78 29

Museums of France, 1971.

78 30

Museums of Germany, 1971.

78 31

Museums of Japan, Expo Museum of Fine Art, 1971.

78 32

Museums. Baltimore Museum of Art, 1971.

78 33

Museums. Boston Museum of Art, 1971.

78 34

Museums. Brooklyn Museum of Art, 1971.

78 35

Museums. Campbell History Museum, 1971.

78 36

Museums. Cleveland Museum of Art, 1971.

78 37

Museums. Fogg Museum of Art, 1971.

78 38

Museums. Guggenheim Museum of Art, 1971.

78 39

Museums. Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1971.

78 40

Museums. Metropolitan Museum of Art, clippings and statements on deaccessioning only, 1972-1973.

79 1

Museums. Montreal Museum of Art, 1971.

79 2

Museums. Museum of Modern Art, 1971.

79 3

Museums of the Netherlands, 1971.

79 4

Museums. Rodin Museum of Art, 1971.

79 5

Museums. St. Louis City Art Museum, 1971.

79 6

Museums. Toledo Museum of Art, 1971.

79 7

Museums. Winterthur Museum, 1971.

79 8

"Na-Nh", 1971-1978.

79 9-16

Nail, Harry C., 1971.

79 17

National Collection of Fine Arts, 1974-1975.

79 18

National Endowment of the Arts, 1971-1978.

79 19-22

National Endowment for the Humanities, 1973-1978.

79 23-24

National Gallery of Art, 1974-1975.

79 25

National Gallery of Canada, 1971.

79 26

National Museum of History and Technology, 1974-1975.

79 27

National Portrait Gallery, 1974-1975.

79 28

National anything (overflow folder), 1975.

79 29

National, 1976-1977.

79 30

"Ne", 1971-1975.

80 1-3

Nevil Trust, 1971-1973.

80 4-6

Newbold, Theodore T., 1971.

80 7

Newsletters, 1971-1977, undated.

80 8-14

"Ni-Nt", 1971-1978.

80 15-19

"No", 1971-1975.

80 20-22

Nominating Committee, 1971-1978.

80 23-29

Norman, Dorothy, 1971.

80 30

"Nu-Nz", 1971, 1973, 1977.

80 31-33

"Oa-Ok", 1971-1974.

80 34-37

"Oa-Ok", 1974-1978.

81 1-4

"Ol-Oz", 1971-1978.

81 5-12

Old Master Drawings from Christ Church, Oxford Exhibit, 1971.

81 13

Osaka purchase, 1971.

81 14

Osborn estate, 1971.

81 15

"Pa-Pd", 1971-1978.

81 16-23

Painting Before 1900, 1971-1975.

81 24-27

Painting department, 1975-1978.

81 28-30

Painting 20th century, 1971-1972.

81 31

Painting and Sculpture Committee, 1971-1978.

81 32-37

Paris, 1974 November.

81 38

Paris-London, 1975 October-November.

81 39

Park Houses, 1971-1978.

81 40-46

Parkway program, 1971.

82 1

Partnership for the Arts, 1971.

82 2

"Pe-Ph", 1970-1978.

82 3-10

Peat, Marwick, Mitchell, 1976-1978.

82 11-13

Pennsylvania A-Z, 1971.

82 14

Pennsylvania (anything), 1974-1978.

82 15-18

Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts print collection, 1971-1974.

83 1-4

Penn Central Railroad affair, 1971.

83 5

Pennsylvania, lobbying legislature, 1977-1978.

83 6

Pennsylvania, state funding, 1977.

83 7

Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, 1973-1974.

83 8

Pension plan study, 1971.

83 9

Personnel Committee (restricted), 1971.

83 10

Personnel (restricted), 1971-1978.

83 11-17

Philadelphia A-Z, 1971.

83 18

Philadelphia (anything), 1974-1978.

83 22

Philadelphia, City of, 1971.

83 23

Philadelphia College of Art, 1971.

83 24

Philadelphia Conference on 1976 Program (June 2, 1972), 1971-1972.

83 25

Philadelphia Convention and Tourists Bureau, 1971.

83 26

Philadelphia Council of National Visitors, 1971.

83 27

Philadelphia Inquirer, 1971.

83 28

Philadelphia Magazine, 1975 April.

83 29

Philadelphia National Bank Project, 1971-1972.

83 30

Philadelphia Orchestra partnership program, 1971.

83 31

Philadelphia School District, 1971.

83 32

Photography, 1975-1977.

84 1-2

"Pi-Pk", 1969-1978.

84 3-10

Pittman, Hobson (Estate and other material), 1971-1973.

84 11-12

"Pl-Pq", 1970-1978.

84 13-20

Planning Committee, 1972-1977.

84 21-25

Planned giving (Tom Conti), 1977-1978.

84 26

Planning Committee, 1976-1978.

84 27-28

Policy folder, 1971.

85 1

Policy and agreements, 1977-1978.

85 2

Powell Portrait folder, 1971.

85 3

"Pr-Pt", 1971-1978.

85 4-11

President, 1971-1978.

85 12-18

Presidential China Exhibition, 1975-1977.

85 19-20

Price, Philip, Esq., 1971.

85 21

Print Department, 1971-1978.

85 22-28

Projects 77, [1977].

85 29

"Pu-Pz", 1971-1978.

85 30-37

Public relations, 1971-1978.

86 1-7

Public relations (press releases only), 1971-1978.

86 8-15

Publications, 1971-1978.

86 16-22

"Q", 1970-1978.

86 23-30

Queen Elizabeth, 1975-1977.

86 31-32

"Ra-Rd", 1970-1978.

86 33-40

"Re-Rh", 1971-1975.

86 41-45

"Re-Rh", 1975-1978.

87 1-3

Registrar, 1971-1978.

87 4-10

Reilly, William M. (estate), 1971.

87 11

Reinstallation, 1975-1976.

87 12

Restaurant, 1972-1978.

87 13-19

Restoration fund, 1955, 1968-1970.

87 20

R?union des Mus?es Nationaux, 1975-1976.

87 21

"Ri-Rn", 1971-1978.

87 22-29

Rights and Reproductions, 1976-1978.

87 30-31

"Roa-Rof", 1971-1972.

87 32-33

"Roa-Rof", 1972-1978.

88 1-6

Roche report, 1971.

88 7

Rodin, sale of "The Kiss", 1970-1971.

88 8

Rodin Catalogue, 1971.

88 9

Rodin Museum, 1971-1978.

88 10-16

"Rog", 1969-1978.

88 17-24

Rosenau Foundation, 1971.

88 25

Rosenwald, Lessing J., 1971.

88 26-27

"Ru-Rz", 1970-1978.

88 28-35

"Sa-Sb", 1971-1978.

88 36-43

"Sca-Sch", 1971-1977.

88 44-46

"Sch", 1971-1976.

89 1-4

"Scha-Schn", 1977-1978.

89 5

Schedules, 1977.

89 6

"Scho", 1971-1978.

89 7-11

"Sci-Sd", 1971-1977.

89 12-14

Sculpture Department (JT), 1971-1972.

89 15

"Se-Sg", 1971-1978.

89 16-23

Second Century Fund, 1976-1978.

89 24-25

Second Empire Exhibition, 1974-1978.

89 26-30

Second Empire Exhibition, 1976-1977.

90 1

Secretary (Mr. Noble), 1971-1972.

90 2

Secretary, of the Corporation, 1972-1976.

90 3-4

Security, 1972-1978.

90 5-10

Services Department, 1971-1978.

90 11-18

"Sha-Shh", 1971-1978.

90 19-26

"Shi-Shz", 1970-1978.

90 27-33

"Si-Smh", 1970-1978.

90 34-41

Signage Committee, 1974-1975.

90 42

Signage, 1975-1976.

90 43

Signage, 1975-1976.

91 1

Siva Exhibition, 1975-1978.

91 2-4

Slide Department, 1971-1977.

91 5-9

"Smi-Smz", 1970-1978.

91 10-17

Smithsonian Institution, 1971.

91 18

"Sn-So", 1971-1978.

91 19-26

"Sp-Ss", 1971-1978.

91 27-34

Spanish Exhibition (Columbus Exhibition), 1971-1972.

91 35

Special Event Notices, 1972-1973.

91 36

Special Exhibition Galleries (new ones - problems), 1973-1975.

91 37-38

Special projects, 1975-1976.

91 39

"Sta-Sth", 1971-1977.

91 40-45

"Sta-Sth", 1973-1978.

92 6-7

Staff meetings, 1970-1975.

92 1-4

"Sti-Stz", 1971-1978.

92 8-15

Stieglitz, Alfred, 1971.

92 16

Stieglitz Collection material, 1972-1974.

92 17-18

Storage (construction painting and sculpture), 1977-1978.

92 19

Strand (Paul or exhibition), 1971-1972.

92 20

"Su-Sz", 1971-1978.

92 21-28

"Ta-Tg", 1971-1977.

92 29-36

Tanner exhibition, 1970.

92 37

Tax reform (federal funding legislation), 1975-1976.

93 1

Textiles and Costumes, 1975-1977.

93 2-3

"Th-Tq", 1970-1978.

93 4-11

Tiepolo Drawings exhibitions, 1971.

93 12

"Tr-Tz", 1970.

93 13-20

Travel, 1972-1977.

93 20-27

Tri-County Conservancy of the Brandywine Inc., 1972-1973.

93 28

Trolley. Proposed trolley route through Fairmount Park, including park houses, 1971.

93 29

Trustees, 1971-1972.

93 30

Trustees meetings, director's and quarterly reports, 1971-1972.

93 31-38

Trustees meetings, 1971-1973.

93 39-40

Trustees meetings, reports, 1973-1978.

94 1-17

Trustee liability insurance, 1974-1975.

94 18-

Turner, Evan H., 1972-1977.

94 19-25

Twentieth Century Decorative Arts Committee, 1971.

94 26

Twentieth Century (committee or department), 1971-1978.

94 27-33

"U", 1970-1974.

94 34-37

"U", 1974-1978.

95 1-4

Uelsmann Exhibition, 1970-1971.

95 5

University of Pennsylvania, 1971-1978.

95 6-10, 16

University Museum, 1974-1978.

95 11-14

Universities, various, 1971.

95 15

United States Government Treasury Department, 1977-1978.

95 17

United States Postal Department, undated.

95 18

"V", 1971-1976.

95 19-24

"V", 1976-1978.

96 1-2

Van Gogh, 1971.

96 3

Venetian Exhibition, 1971-1972.

96 4

Venturi and Rauch, 1977-1978.

96 5

Volunteer Guides, 1971-1978.

96 6-12

"Waa-Wal", 1970-1977.

96 13-20

Wadsworth Athenaeum, 1975-1976.

96 21

"Wam-Wd", 1971-1978.

96 22-29

"We-Wg", 1971-1978.

96 30-37

"Wh", 1970-1971.

96 38

"Wh", 1971-1978.

97 1-7

Whistler dinner list, 1971 April 15.

97 8

Whistler Exhibition, 1971.

97 9-10

White, Ken [Ken White Associates], for museum shop, 1971.

97 11

White House furniture, 1973-1974.

97 12

Whitman's Chocolates (Pet Incorporated), 1971.

97 13

"Wia-Wik", 1971-1977.

97 14-19

"Wil", 1971-1978.

97 20-27

Wildenstein Galleries, 1971.

97 28

"Wim-Wn", 1971-1977.

97 29-36

Wintersteen, Mrs. John, 1971.

97 37

"Wo-Wz", 1971-1972.

97 38-39

"Wo-Wz", 1972-1978.

98 1-6

Women's Committee, 1971-1978.

98 7-13

Woodward Foundation (and Stanley Woodward), 1974-1976.

98 14-15

Wright, Estate of CD, 1977-1978.

98 16

"X-Y", 1971-1978.

98 17-24

"Z", 1971-1977.

98 25-32

Subseries c. "Desk Copies", 1964-1971.

Box Folder

Memoranda, 1964.

99 1

Invitation replies, 1964.

99 2

"A-Z", 1964.

99 3-24

Memoranda, 1965.

99 25

Invitation replies, 1965.

99 26

"A-Z", 1965.

99 27-48

Articles and reports written by Evan H. Turner, 1966.

99 49

Letters sent to many people, 1966.

99 50

Ten-year program, 1966.

99 51

Miscellaneous, 1966.

99 52

Memoranda, 1966.

99 53-54

Invitation replies, 1966.

99 55

"A-G", 1966.

99 56-62

"H-Z", 1966.

100 1-18

"A", 1967.

100 19

Agendas, curators and general staff [meetings], 1967.

100 20

Appointments, 1967.

100 21

"B-L", 1967.

100 22-33

Letters sent to many people, 1967.

100 34

"M", 1967.

100 35

Memoranda, 1967.

100 36-37

"N", 1967.

100 38

New positions [created at the Philadelphia Museum of Art (PMA)], 1967.

100 39

"O-P", 1967.

100 40-41

Policy, 1967.

100 42

Prefaces, articles and reports, 1967.

100 43

Priority Projects, 1967.

100 44

"Q-S", 1967.

100 45-47

Staff, 1967.

100 48

"T-W", 1967.

100 49-52

Wintersteen and/or Executive Committee, 1967.

100 53

Work done for others, 1967.

100 54

"X-Z", 1967.

100 55

Miscellaneous, 1967.

100 56

"A", 1968.

101 1

Ad Hoc Committee on the Merrian Plan to Create a New Museum of American Art, 1968.

101 2

Ad Hoc Committee on Utilization of Space Outside of the Philadelphia Museum of Art (PMA), 1968.

101 3

Agendas, curators and general staff [meetings], 1968.

101 4

[Association of Art Museum Directors], foundations report, 1968.

101 5

Annual report, 1968.

101 6

Articles and prefaces by Evan H. Turner, 1968.

101 7

"B", 1968.

101 8

Bicentennial, 1968.

101 9

"C", 1968.

101 10

Cheston, George, 1968.

101 11-12

Christmas cards, 1968.

101 13

"D", 1968.

101 14

Director's reports, 1968.

101 15

"E", 1968.

101 16

Exhibition schedule, 1968.

101 17

"F", 1968.

101 18

Finance and Administration Committee, 1968.

101 19

"G-I", 1968.

101 20-22

Invitation replies, 1968.

101 23

"J", 1968.

101 24

"K", 1968.

101 25

"L", 1968.

101 26

Letters sent to many people, 1968.

101 27

"M", 1968.

101 28

Memoranda, 1968.

101 29-30

"N-Q", 1968.

101 31-34

Quarterly reports, 1968.

101 35

"R-S", 1968.

101 36-37

Staff (memos sent to more than one person), 1968.

101 38

"T", 1968.

101 39

Trustees, Board of, 1968.

101 40

"V-W", 1968.

101 41-42

Wintersteen and/or others, 1968.

101 43

Work for others, 1968.

101 44

"X-Y-Z", 1968.

101 45

Miscellaneous, 1968.

101 46

"A", 1969.

101 47

Agendas, 1969.

101 48

American Art Committee, 1969.

101 49

American Art, program for, 1969.

101 50-52

Annual report, 1969.

101 53

"B", 1969.

101 54

Budget prep, 1969.

101 55

"C", 1969.

102 1

Centennial (Master folder), 1969.

102 2

Centennial report, 1969-1970.

102 3-10

Cheston, George, 1969.

102 11

Christmas cards, 1969.

102 12

Curator of paintings lists, 1969.

102 13

"D", 1969.

102 14

Director's reports, 1969.

102 15

Duchamp piece clippings, 1969.

102 16

"E", 1969.

102 17

Executive Committee, 1969.

102 18

Exhibition schedule, 1969-1970.

102 19

"F", 1969.

102 20

Finance and Administration Committee, 1969.

102 21

"G-I", 1969.

102 22-24

Invitation replies, 1969.

102 25

"J-K", 1969.

102 26-27

"L", 1969.

103 1

Letters sent to art centers by Jane Currie, 1969.

103 2

Letters, monthly contribution letters by Jane Currie, 1968-1969.

103 3

Letters sent to many people, 1969.

103 4

"M", 1969.

103 5

Memoranda, 1969.

103 6-7

Museum news community, 1969.

103 8

"N-O", 1969.

103 9-10

"Operation Thrust" Committee, 1969.

103 11-12

"P", 1969.

103 13

Painting and Sculpture Committee, 1969.

103 14

Prefaces, intros, etc. by Evan H. Turner, 1969.

103 15

Quarterly reports, 1969.

103 16

"R-S", 1969.

103 17-18

Staff, 1969.

103 19

"T", 1969.

103 20

Training course (museum training course), 1969.

103 21

"U-Z", 1969.

103 22-25

Miscellaneous, 1969.

103 26

"A", 1970.

103 27

Agendas for curatorial and general staff meetings, 1970.

103 28

Association of Art Museum Directors, Professional Practice Committee, 1970.

103 29

Annual report, 1970.

103 30

"B", 1970.

103 31

Budget prep, 1970.

103 32

"C", 1970.

103 33

Centennial priorities, 1970.

103 34

Cheston, George, 1970.

103 35

Christmas cards, 1970.

103 36

"D", 1970.

103 37

Director's reports, 1970.

103 38

"E", 1970.

103 39

Exhibition schedule, 1970-1971.

103 40

"F", 1970.

103 41

Finance and Administration Committee, 1970.

103 42

Fairmount Park Art Association, book committee, 1970.

103 43

"G-H", 1970.

103 44

"I", 1970.

104 1

Invitation replies, 1970.

104 2

"J-L", 1970.

104 3-5

Letters sent to many people, 1970.

104 6

"M", 1970.

104 7

Memoranda, 1970.

104 8-9

Museum course, 1970.

104 10-11

"N-O", 1970.

104 12-14

Prefaces, speeches, general writings by Evan H. Turner, 1970.

104 15

"Q", 1970.

104 16

Quarterly reports, 1970.

104 17

"R", 1970.

104 18

[Roche mater-hold], regarding the Centennial, [1970].

104 19

"S", 1970.

104 20

Staff memoranda, 1970.

104 21

"T", 1970.

104 22

"U", 1970.

104 23

"V", 1970.

104 24

"W", 1970.

104 25

Work done for others, 1970.

104 26

"X-Y-Z", 1970.

104 27

Miscellaneous, 1970.

104 28

"A", 1971.

104 29

Agendas for curatorial and general staff meetings, 1971.

104 30-31

American Art Committee, 1971.

104 32

Association of Art Museum Directors, 1971.

104 33-36

"B", 1971.

104 37

Budget prep, 1971.

104 38

"By Evan H. Turner", 1971.

104 39

"C", 1971.

104 40

Cheston, George, 1971.

104 41

City /2, 1971.

104 42

Costume and textiles, 1971.

105 1

Curator job description, 1971.

105 2

"D", 1971.

105 3

Director job description, 1971.

105 4

Director's report to the Board of Trustees, 1971.

105 5

DUO (Department of Urban Outreach), 1971.

105 6

"E", 1971.

105 7

Europe, 1971.

105 8

Executive Committee, 1971.

105 9

Exhibition schedule, 1971.

105 10-11

"F", 1971.

105 12

Fairmount Park Art Association, 1971.

105 13

Fleisher Art Memorial, 1971.

105 14

"G-I", 1971.

105 15-17

Invitation replies, 1971.

105 18

"J-L", 1971.

105 19-21

Letters sent to many people, 1971.

105 22

"M", 1971.

105 23

Memoranda, 1971.

105 24-25

Museum course/University of Pennsylvania, 1971.

105 26

"N-P", 1971.

105 27-29

Personnel: Curator's descriptive questionnaire, 1971.

105 30

Painting and Sculpture department, reorganization, 1971.

105 31

"Q", 1971.

105 32

Quarterly reports, 1971.

105 33

"R-S", 1971.

105 34-35

Staff, 1971.

105 36

Steering committee, 1971.

105 37

"T-Z", 1971.

105 38-41

Miscellaneous, 1971.

105 42

Subseries d. Hobart Lyle Williams papers, Executive Assistant to the Director.

Box Folder

American Association of Museums, 1971.

105 43

Arts Festival, Philadelphia, 1966.

105 44

Budget reports, 1966.

105 45

Bulletin, possible articles, 1966-1967.

105 46

Campaign, proposal for exhibition budget, 1966.

105 47

Charitable gifts, tax rulings and various Philadelphia Museum of Art (PMA) procedures, 1958-1960.

105 48

Correspondence, 1964-1966.

105 49-50

Correspondence, 1966-1967.

106 1-2

Cost of events, 1965.

106 3

Costs studies, 1963-1964.

106 4

Crystal Ball, 1967.

106 5

Events, 1965-1967.

106 6-8

Fleisher Art Memorial, 1966-1967.

106 9

Friends of the Museum, 1965-1974.

106 10

Henri Marceau portrait fund, 1970-1971.

106 11-13

Memoranda, 1967-1968.

106 14

Museum cases, chairs and stanchions, 1966-1967.

106 15

Museum Council of Philadelphia, 1963-1965.

106 16

Museum Guide and Handbook, 1966.

106 17

Museum opening, 1969.

106 18

Organization chart, 1967.

106 19

Pension plans, 1966-1967.

106 20

[Personnel and Policy], circa 1967-1971.

106 21-23

Personnel reports, Philadelphia, 1966.

107 1

Planning and Development Committee, 1966.

107 2

Policy, 1964-1967.

107 3-4

Proposed new road around the Philadelphia Museum of Art (PMA), 1963.

107 5

"Report, Mr. Turner's big", 1966 April 25.

107 6

Reports, various, 1967-1971.

107 7-16

Reports, various, 1971.

108 1-3

Restaurant contract (Mrs. Mary Bateman), 1968 December 30.

108 4

Revenue Act of 1964 and charitable contributions, 1964.

108 5

Rodin Museum, 1964-1966.

108 6

Sculptures, list of, 1964.

108 7

Secretaries, Division of Duties, 1961.

108 8

Sitarchuk Sculpture Fund, 1969.

108 9

Special exhibitions from 1929 to 1963, circa 1963.

108 10

Staley, Allen (confidential), 1965-1968.

108 11-12

Steering committee, confidential report, 1966.

108 13

Tancock, John T., 1967-1969.

108 14

Tax ruling on charitable deductions, 1966.

108 15

Tea Room contract (photocopy of 1946 document), circa 1969.

108 16

Thefts, 1965-1968.

108 17-18

Ten-Year Plan, 1966-1967.

108 19-22

Trustees' responsibilities, 1967-1968.

108 23

Union representative correspondence, 1965.

108 24

Subseries e. Philadelphia Museum of Art files.

Box Folder

"10 Year Program of Expansion", 1966.

109 1

Accident reports, 1968-1970.

109 2-4

Accident reports, 1971.

120 1

Acquisition policy, 1965.

109 5

Ad Hoc Committee, general correspondence, 1968.

109 6

Ad Hoc Committee, Curtis Building, 1968.

109 7

Ad Hoc Committee, Drexel Building, 1968.

109 8

Ad Hoc Committee, Fidelity Building, 1968.

109 9

Admissions, 1962-1968.

109 10-18

Admissions, cashier's schedules and forms, 1963-1964.

109 19

Annual reports, 1964-1968.

109 20-29

Art rental gallery, 1965.

109 30

Attendance, 1962-1966.

109 31-33

Bateman, Mrs. Mary, 1969.

109 34

Benefits, 1965-1966.

109 35

Bequests, 1967.

109 36

Board report, 1970 October.

109 37

Budget, 1965-1971.

109 38-48

Budget, 1971-1972.

120 2

Budget, city, 1971.

120 3

Budget, museum, 1971.

120 4

Bulletin, 1967-1968.

110 1-3

Bulletin articles, 1965-1967.

110 4-6

Bulletin copyrights, 1964-1966.

110 7-8

Bulletin, history of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, 1964.

110 9

Bulletin, spring, 1966.

110 10

Bulletin, winter, 1965-1966.

110 11-12

Bus service, 1965.

110 13

Cheston, Mr. George, 1969.

110 14

Christmas Party, 1965, undated.

110 15-16

City employees, fringe benefits, 1968.

110 17

College admission replies, 1962.

110 18

Collier, Ralph, publicity, 1967.

110 19

Complaints, 1967-1968.

110 20-21

Conservation, 1967-1970.

110 22-25

Conservation, 1971.

120 5

Contributions, 1965-1966.

110 26-27

Corporate Standing Committees, 1964-1965.

110 28

Costs and responsibility, undated.

110 29

Curator's file, 1971.

120 6

Decorative Arts, inquiries, 1965.

110 30

Decorative Arts, objects offered as gifts, 1965.

110 31

Decorative Arts, objects offered for purchase, 1965.

110 32

Departmental financial reports, 1968-1969.

110 33

Director's correspondence, 1964-1965.

110 34-36

Director's expense reports, 1964-1965.

110 37

Director's function, 1964.

110 38

Director's message, 1965.

110 39

Director's report, 1964-1965.

110 40

Director's report, 1971 February-December.

120 7-11

Director's report to the Board, 1968-1970.

110 41-54

District of Philadelphia Board of Education, 1969-1970.

110 55-56

District of Philadelphia Board of Education, 1971.

120 12

Division of Education, 1965-1970.

110 57-63

Division of Education, 1971.

120 13

Division of Education, budget, 1966.

110 64

Division of Education, tape tour, 1965.

110 65

Division of Education tour, 1970.

111 1

Education Committee, 1969.

111 2

Electrical system, 1967.

111 3

European trip, 1968-1969.

111 4-7

European trip, 1971.

120 14-18

Evening opening, 1968.

111 8

Events, 1965 January-June.

111 9

Events, 1965July-December.

111 10

Exhibition schedules, 1965-1970.

111 11-18

Fabric samples, 1963-1965.

111 19

Fashion wing, 1967.

111 20

Financial records, 1970.

111 21

Friends of the Museum, 1965-1970.

111 22-29

Friends of the Museum, American Innovation Exhibition Party, 1968 November.

111 30

Friends of the Museum annual report, 1969-1970.

111 31

Friends of the Museum ballot, 1970.

111 32

Friends of the Museum colloquium, 1968 November.

111 33

Friends of the Museum opening "Behind the Scenes", 1969.

111 34

Friends of the Museum seminar, 1968 November.

111 35

Friends of the Museum Travel Committee, 1970.

111 36

Friends of the Museum Women's Committee luncheon, 1966 January.

111 37

Fund report, 1969.

111 38

Galleries, 1966.

111 39

Hoffman, Michael, 1968-1969.

111 40

Insurance for the Museum, 1966.

111 41-42

Investment Advisory Account, 1967.

111 43

Investment Committee, 1969-1970.

111 44-45

Japanese Garden Area, humidity readings, 1965-1967.

111 46-48

Kramrisch file, 1966-1968.

111 49

Lawyers' bequest luncheon, 1968.

111 50

Library, 1965-1967.

111 51-53

Library, 1968-1969.

112 1-3

Library, 1971.

120 19

Library exchange list, 1966.

112 4

Liquor at the Museum, 1968.

112 5

London, 1961-1965.

112 6

Meetings, 1968 June-1970 December.

112 7-27

Meetings: agendas, Board and committee meetings, 1968-1969.

112 28-29

Meetings: Board of Trustees, 1964, 1968-1969.

112 30-34

Meetings: Budget Committee, 1965-1967.

112 35-37

Meetings: Curator's meetings, 1967-1970.

112 38-42

Meetings: Development, 1966-1967.

113 1

Meetings: Executive Committee, 1968-1969.

113 2-5

Meetings: Finance Committee, 1968.

113 6-8

Meetings: Investment Committee, 1969 March.

113 9

Meetings: Notices of meetings for Board and committees, 1968.

113 10

Meetings: Planning, Membership, and Development Committees, 1969.

113 11

Meetings: Staff meetings, 1965-1969.

113 12-15

Membership, 1964-1970.

113 16-27

Membership, 1971.

120 20

Membership, annual giving, 1971.

120 21

Memoranda: A-Z, 1967.

113 28-34

Memoranda: Bickel, Frederick, 1968.

113 35

Memoranda: Burks, Harold, 1971.

120 22

Memoranda: Chandlee, William, 1968-1969.

113 36-37

Memoranda: Cheston, George, 1968-1970.

113 38-40

Memoranda: Cheston, George, 1971.

120 23

Memoranda: Clutz, Patricia, 1965-1969.

113 41-42

Memoranda: Collier, Ralph, 1968-1970.

114 1-3

Memoranda: Colozzi, Carl, 1967-1970.

114 4-7
Folder

Memoranda: Colozzi, Carl, 1971.

24
Box Folder

Memoranda: Corson, Al, 1969, undated.

114 8-9

Memoranda: deMiege, Miss, 1965-1970.

114 10-16

Memoranda: deMiege, Miss, 1971.

120 25

Memoranda: (No Suggestions), 1968-1969.

114 17-18

Memoranda: DuBon, David, 1968-1970.

114 19-21

Memoranda: DuBon, David, 1971.

120 26

Memoranda: Dutt, Mary Ann, 1968-1970.

114 22-24

Memoranda: Edmiston, Jane, 1969-1970.

114 25-26

Memoranda: Edmiston, Jane, 1971.

120 27

Memoranda: Field, Richard, 1969-1970.

114 27-28

Memoranda: Field, Richard, 1971.

120 28

Memoranda: Foley, Helen, 1968-1969.

114 29-30

Memoranda: Gardiner, Henry G., 1968-1969.

114 31-32

Memoranda: Gladstone, Caroline, 1968-1970.

114 33-35

Memoranda: Gladstone, Caroline, 1971.

120 29

Memoranda: Graham, Frank P., 1968-1970.

114 36-38

Memoranda: Graham, Frank P., 1971.

120 30

Memoranda: Graham, Willard P., 1965-1966.

114 39-40

Memoranda: Hathaway, Calvin S., 1968-1970.

114 41-43

Memoranda: Hathaway, Calvin S., 1971.

120 31

Memoranda: Hill, May D., 1968-1970.

114 44-46

Memoranda: Hill, May D., 1971.

120 32

Memoranda: Horan, Anna, 1969.

114 47

Memoranda: Horrocks, Sandy, 1969-1970.

114 48-49

Memoranda: Horrocks, Sandy, 1971.

120 33

Memoranda: Howard, George, 1967-1970.

114 50-53

Memoranda: Howard, George, 1971.

120 34

Memoranda: Kane, Mary G., 1968-1970.

114 54-56

Memoranda: Kane, Mary G., 1971.

120 35

Memoranda: Katzive, David, 1970.

114 57

Memoranda: Katzive, David, 1971.

120 36

Memoranda: Killhour, Josie, 1970.

114 58

Memoranda: Killhour, Josie, 1971.

120 37

Memoranda: Kramrisch, Stella, 1968-1970.

114 59-61

Memoranda: Lee, Jean G., 1968-1970.

114 62-64

Memoranda: Lee, Jean G., 1971.

120 38

Memoranda: Lipsey, Robert D., 1969.

114 65

Memoranda: Lipsey, Robert D., 1970.

115 1

Memoranda: Marcus, George, 1969-1970.

115 2-3

Memoranda: Marcus, George, 1971.

120 39

Memoranda: McFadden, Margaret, 1968-1969.

115 4-5

Memoranda: McGarvey, Elsie, 1968-1970.

115 6-8

Memoranda: McGarvey, Elsie, 1971.

120 40

Memoranda: McNulty, Kneeland, 1968-1970.

115 9-11

Memoranda: McNulty, Kneeland, 1971.

120 41

Memoranda: Miller, Edwin, 1968-1970.

115 12-14

Memoranda: Miller, Edwin, 1971.

120 42

Memoranda: Noble, William H., 1965-1970.

115 15-18

Memoranda: Noble, William H., 1971.

120 43

Memoranda: Ooka, Dianne, 1970.

115 19

Memoranda: Ooka, Dianne, 1971.

120 44

Memoranda: Pakradooni, Shelley, 1968-1970.

115 20-22

Memoranda: Pakradooni, Shelley, 1971.

120 45

Memoranda: Peck, Louise, 1968.

115 23

Memoranda: Rishel, Joseph, 1971.

120 46

Memoranda: Sacks, Cathy, 1971.

120 47

Memoranda: Safrin, Robert, 1968-1970.

115 24-25

Memoranda: Safrin, Robert, 1971.

120 48

Memoranda: Schaap, Ellen, 1968-1969.

115 26-27

Memoranda: Sevy, Barbara, 1968-1970.

115 28-30

Memoranda: Sevy, Barbara, 1971.

120 49

Memoranda: Shepherd, Raymond, 1968-1969.

115 31-32

Memoranda: Siegl, Theodore, 1968-1970.

115 33-35

Memoranda: Siegl, Theodore, 1971.

120 50

Memoranda: Smith, Noble, 1971.

120 51

Memoranda: Staley, Allen, 1968.

115 36

Memoranda: Tancock, John, 1967-1970.

115 37-40

Memoranda: Tancock, John, 1971.

120 52

Memoranda: Toomey, Gertrude, 1968-1970.

115 41-43

Memoranda: Toomey, Gertrude, 1971.

120 53

Memoranda: Turner, Evan H., 1968-1970.

115 44-46

Memoranda: Turner, Evan H., 1971.

120 54

Memoranda: Williams, Sarah, 1968.

115 47

Memoranda: Wintersteen, 1966.

115 48

Memoranda: Wyatt, Alfred, 1969-1970.

115 49-51

Memoranda: Wyatt, Alfred, 1971.

120 55

Memoranda: Staff, 1964-1970.

115 52-60

Memoranda: Staff, Department heads, 1971.

120 56

Memoranda: Subject files, 1967.

115 61

Memoranda: Subject files, "memos and miscellaneous", 1965.

115 62

Memoranda: Subject files, "memos and miscellaneous", 1966.

116 1

Messages, 1970.

116 2

Monetary gifts, 1971.

120 57

Monetary gifts, acknowledgements, 1969.

116 3

Monetary gifts, reports, 1968-1969.

116 4-5

Monthly reports, 1966-1969.

116 6-22

Mount Pleasant, 1965-1966.

116 23-24

Museum aides, 1966-1968.

116 25-27

Museum associates, 1969.

116 28

Museum brochures, 1966.

116 29

Museum facilities mechanical and electrical surveys, 1967.

116 30

Museum news, 1969.

116 31

Museum news releases, 1971.

120 58

Museum personnel, 1965.

116 32

Museum shop, 1965-1970.

116 33-38

Museum shop, 1971.

120 59

Newsletters, 1967.

116 39-40

Newsletters, 1968-1970.

117 1-4

Newsletters, 1971 January-May.

120 60

Newsletters, 1971.

120 61

News releases, 1967-1969.

117 5-7

Operating income, 1971 May.

120 62

Organization plan, 1966.

117 8

Oriental Art Committee, 1967.

117 9

Painting and sculpture, 1969 April.

117 10

"Paintings offered for sale", 1965-1966.

117 11-12

Park houses, Fairmount, 1965-1970.

117 13-20

Park houses, Fairmount, 1971.

120 63

Parking plans, 1967.

117 21

Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, 1967.

117 22

Pension plans, 1966.

117 23

Permanent member's letter, 1965.

117 24

Personnel, 1966.

117 25

Personnel Committee, 1969.

117 26

"Philadelphia, City of", 1966.

117 27

Philadelphia College of Art, 1966-1967.

117 28-29

"Philadelphia's Historic Riverfront", 1965.

117 30

Philadelphia Inquirer, 1966-1967.

117 31-32

Philadelphia, invitations, 1968-1969.

117 33

Photographic Department, 1967.

117 34

Photographic Department survey, 1967.

117 35

Planting project in West Court, 1965.

117 36

Print Department, 1965-1969.

117 37-41

Printed forms, undated.

117 42

Printing, 1966.

117 43

Printing forms, 1963-1966, undated.

117 44

"Program for the Philadelphia Museum of Art," draft, 1971 May 25.

120 64

Public Relations Department, 1967-1969.

117 45

Public Relations Department, 1971.

120 65

Publications Department, 1968-1969.

117 46-47

Publications Department, 1971.

120 66

Publicity, 1965-1967.

117 48-51

Purchases, procedures, 1965.

117 52

Quarterly report, 1970.

117 53-54

Quarterly report, 1971.

120 67-69

Radio scripts, 1966.

117 55

Restaurant, plans for the future, 1966.

117 56

Restoration Fund, 1964-1967.

117 57-58

Revolving fund report, 1971.

120 70

"Revolving funds report from Mr. Howard", 1968-1969.

117 59-60

"Revolving funds report from Mr. Howard", 1970.

118 1

Rodin Museum admissions, 1966-1969.

118 2-3

Sales and rentals, 1963-1965.

118 4-5

Sales rental gallery, 1965-1968.

118 6-8

Samples of invitations, 1964-1968.

118 9-11

Sample of printing, 1967.

118 12

Security, 1965-1970.

118 13-18

Security, 1971.

120 71

Special events list, 1964-1965.

118 19

Staff addresses, 1964-1965.

118 20

Staff lists, 1966-1970.

118 21-24

Statements of policy, undated.

118 25

Steering Committee, membership campaign, 1969.

118 26

Survey of admission charges, 1962 July.

118 9

Tea room, 1967-1968.

118 28-29

Tele-tours: "Art of Renaissance and Baroque", undated.

118 30

Vacation requests and schedules, 1965-1967.

118 31-33

Vacation requests and schedules, 1968-1969.

119 1-2

Ventilation systems, repair or modifications, 1968.

119 3

Volunteer guides, 1965-1970.

119 4-10

Volunteer guides, 1971.

120 72

Weekend guides lecture series, 1965-1966.

119 11-12

Weintraub, Tina: Office of the Managing Director, 1967.

119 13

West Court, 1965.

119 14

Wintersteen, Mrs., 1965.

119 15

Women's Committee, 1965-1970.

119 16-23

Women's Committee, 1971.

120 73

Women's Committee, auction lists, 1970.

119 24

Women's Committee, ballots, 1970.

119 25

Work orders, 1965-1969.

119 26-31

Work orders, 1971.

120 74

Year End Costs, 1967-1968.

119 32

Series II. Special projects.

Scope and Contents note

Series ?II. Special projects,? contains material related to notable events that took place during Turner?s tenure as museum director. Projects include the installation of a new HVAC, or climate control system, and the subsequent reinstallation of works of art, planning for the Museum?s Centennial anniversary and the Bicentennial of the United States, the creation of a Rodin Museum catal