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Anne Poage Funkhouser (1933) papers

M131

This is a finding aid. It is a description of archival material held at the Bryn Mawr College. Unless otherwise noted, the materials described below are physically available in our reading room, and not digitally available through the web.

Summary Information

Repository:
Bryn Mawr College
Creator:
Funkhouser, Anne Poage, 1912-1990
Title:
Anne Poage Funkhouser (1933) papers
Date [inclusive]:
1975-1977
Call Number:
M131
Extent:
1 Linear feet (1 box, 11 binders)
Language:
English
Abstract:
Anne Poage Funkhouser, BMC Class of 1933, MA 1936 (in German), traveled extensively throughout her life. In her later years she published the two books which are represented here in draft: Voyage of Re-Discovery (1979) and Hieronimus Bosch (1980). Materials include Funkhouser’s personal observations, citations of other published works in the field, photographs, and letters. The correspondence is principally concerned with matters regarding Funkhouser’s published works. Some of the photographs are Funkhouser’s original work, others are from other works and publications.
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Anne Poage Funkhouser papers, Special Collections Department, Bryn Mawr College Library
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Biography/History

Anne Poage Funkhouser, BMC Class of 1933, MA 1936 (in German), traveled extensively throughout her life. In her later years she published the two books which are represented here in draft. Funkhouser wrote primarily about Portuguese art and architecture, specifically the Manueline period of the late 14th to mid-16th centuries.

Scope and Contents

The papers of Anne Poage Funkhouser consist of typescript drafts and notes for her two published works: Voyage of Re-Discovery (1979) and Hieronimus Bosch (1980). Notes include typed and manuscript texts on subjects featured in the books, in addition to many other topics in Portuguese art and architecture. The notes are comprised of Funkhouser’s personal observations, citations of other published works in the field, photographs, and letters. The correspondence is principally concerned with matters regarding Funkhouser’s published works, for example, letters to her editor. Some of the photographs are Funkhouser’s original work, others are from other works and publications.

Administrative Information

Publication Information

Bryn Mawr College

Finding Aid Author

Finding aid prepared by Isabella bartenstein. Melissa Torquato

Revision Description

Revised for MARC record 2014 July 21

Access Restrictions

The collection is open for research.

Use Restrictions

The Anne Poage Funkhouser (1933) papers are the physical property of the Special Collections Department, Bryn Mawr College Library. Literary rights, including copyright, belong to the authors or their legal heirs and assigns.

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Controlled Access Headings

Personal Name(s)
  • Funkhouser, Anne Poage, 1912-1990
Subject(s)
  • Architecture, Late Gothic
  • Architecture, Manueline
  • Architecture, Portuguese
  • Art, Late Gothic

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Collection Inventory

Drafts of Books, 1975-1977.

Voyage of Re-discovery, 1975-1977.

Voyage of Re-Discovery: Polyptych- St. Vincent, Triptych- St. Anthony, 1975-1977. 3 Folder.

Box
1
Folder
26-28

Voyage of Re-Discovery. 4 Folders.

Box
1
Folder
17-20

Hieronimus Bosch- Temptation of S. Antony Xerox final text, 1975-1977. 2 Folders.

Box
1
Folder
31-32

Notes, 1975-1977.

Raise High the Monuments I., 1975-1977. 4 Folder.

Box
1
Folder
1-4

Raise High the Monuments II., 1975-1977. 3 Folders.

Box
1
Folder
5-7

Baroque Photographs, 1975-1977. 2 Folders.

Box
1
Folder
8-9

Baroque in Portugal, 1975-1977. 4 Folders.

Box
1
Folder
10-13

Notes: Polyptych, Veneration Saint Vincent de Fora, 1975-1977. 3 Folders.

Box
1
Folder
14-16

Various Notes- Text, 1975-1977. 3 Folders.

Box
1
Folder
21-23

H. Bosch- Temptation of St. Anthony, 1975-1977. 2 Folders.

Box
1
Folder
24-25

Manueline, 1975-1977. 3 Folders.

Box
1
Folder
29-31