Finding Aid for The Frick Collection Symposium on the History of Art Records, 1939-1982 TFC.0600.030

Summary Information

Repository
The Frick Collection/Frick Art Reference Library Archives10 East 71st Street
New York, NY, 10021
archives@frick.org
 © 2010 The Frick Collection. All rights reserved.
Creator
Frick Collection.
Title
The Frick Collection Symposium on the History of Art Records
ID
TFC.0600.030
Date
1939-1982
Extent
1.5 Linear feet  (4 boxes)
Abstract
Since 1940, The Frick Collection and the New York University Institute of Fine Arts have jointly sponsored a Symposium on the History of Art for graduate students. Records of the Symposium, 1939-1982, contain correspondence, programs, invitations, press releases, work orders, opening remarks, and summaries of graduate student papers that document the founding, evolution, and administration of the Symposium program.

Preferred Citation

The Frick Collection Symposium on the History of Art Records. The Frick Collection/Frick Art Reference Library Archives.

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Historical Note

The Frick Collection, founded by Pittsburgh industrialist and art collector Henry Clay Frick (1849-1919), opened to the public in December, 1935. Mr. Frick bequeathed his residence and art collection to establish a public gallery for the purpose of "encouraging and developing the study of fine arts."

The Frick Collection education program began in 1936 with a series of lectures. In an effort to broaden this program, The Frick Collection, in conjunction with the New York University Institute of Fine Arts, held its first Symposium on Art and Archaeology for graduate students on February 23, 1940, the first symposium of its kind to be held in the United States. The press release announcing the first Symposium referred to it as "a new experiment in art education," held to "provide graduate students with an opportunity to meet one another and compare varying approaches to the field of art in a scholarly and appreciative environment."

The idea of holding a symposium at which graduate students would present their papers was first suggested to Frederick Mortimer Clapp, The Frick Collection Director, by Prof. Charles Rufus Morey of Princeton University in October 1939. Dr. Clapp approached Prof. Walter W. S. Cook of New York University with the proposal of holding a joint symposium. Once the structure and participating institutions were agreed upon, invitations were sent to the heads of the art history graduate programs of five northeastern institutions. Princeton, Harvard, Yale, Columbia and New York Universities were asked to select a maximum of two graduate students each to present papers on topics of their choice, while Bryn Mawr was invited to select one student. Presentations were limited to twenty minutes each, with discussion to take place after each paper. The first Symposium was held jointly, with an afternoon session at The Frick Collection and an evening session at the New York University Institute of Fine Arts. While no formal invitations outside of the participating institutions were issued, interested faculty and graduate students from the area were welcomed to attend. In the second year, invitations were extended to the faculties of university art departments and the staffs of museums in the vicinity of New York.

The Symposium was suspended from 1942 to 1946, and was held solely at New York University in 1947 and 1948. The Symposium was sponsored by The Frick Collection in 1949, and thereafter the event was hosted alternately by The Frick Collection and the New York University Institute of Fine Arts. In 1953, the University of Pennsylvania was invited to include one student speaker and has since remained among the regular roster of participating institutions. In the same year, the program's title was changed to the Symposium on the History of Art. In 1969, the Symposium was lengthened to two days, with The Frick Collection and the New York University Institute of Fine Arts each hosting one day's events. While other universities had previously been invited on occasion to present papers when speaking slots were available, in 1969 the roster of participants officially expanded to include Brown University, the University of Delaware, Johns Hopkins University and Oberlin College.

In 1970, a rotational system was set up, with the original five participants maintaining their slots, while the State University of New York at Binghamton, Boston University, Brown University, the University of Delaware and Johns Hopkins University were to receive invitations every second or third year based on the size of their graduate program in art history. Rutgers University became a participant on a rotational basis in 1973. In 1979, the program was again expanded, allowing all five founding institutions to be represented by two speakers, and the others by one annually. The length of the papers was reduced from twenty to fifteen minutes to accommodate the additional presenters. The University of Delaware and Johns Hopkins University were no longer included, as they participated in the Mid Atlantic Symposium, established in the early 1970s. Although the date is not documented in these records, at some point all participating institutions were limited to one student speaker.

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Scope and Content

The records of The Frick Collection Symposium on Art History date from 1939 to 1982. Records document the founding, evolution and administration of the graduate symposium program. The collection contains correspondence, programs, invitations, press releases, seating charts, work orders, opening remarks, and summaries of graduate student papers. From 1949-1969, files exist only for alternate years, when the Symposium was hosted by The Frick Collection.

The earliest files contain the most comprehensive documentation of the program. Only the files from 1940-1942 contain summaries of the papers presented. No copies of the graduate students' papers presented at the symposia are in the collection.

Correspondence concerns the selection of graduate students, biographical information on the presenters, their paper topics, the logistical planning of the Symposium lectures and luncheons, expenses, and discussions regarding which universities to include in the program. The records contain much less correspondence with participating institutions from 1969 on; references are made to the use of registration forms, but they are not in the files.

Correspondents, primarily Frick Collection staff, professors of participating universities and graduate student speakers, include Frederick Mortimer Clapp, Franklin M. Biebel, Harry D. M. Grier, Bernice Davidson, Walter W. S. Cook, Sumner McK. Crosby, William B. Dinsmoor, Charles Rufus Morey, Joseph C. Sloane, E. Baldwin Smith, Craig Hugh Smyth and Rudolf Wittkower. The files also contain responses to invitations from Erwin Panofsky, Alfred Barr, Fiske Kimball, and Belle da Costa Greene.

Miscellaneous files generally contain printed programs, invitations, luncheon arrangements and, in the earliest files, opening remarks and summaries of the papers presented.

Also included in the collection is one file on the Middle Atlantic Symposium sponsored by the University of Maryland.

The Symposium continues to be held on an annual basis, and additional records will be added to this collection as they are processed.

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Arrangement

Files are arranged chronologically by date of Symposium; subject files within each year are arranged alphabetically.

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Administrative Information

Access Restrictions

These records are open for research under the conditions of The Frick Collection/Frick Art Reference Library Archives access policy. Contact the Archives Department for further information at archives@frick.org.

Processing Information

Arranged and described by Susan Chore, 2002, with funding from a Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation Grant, 2001.

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)

  • Frick Collection.
  • New York University. Institute of Fine Arts.

Genre(s)

  • Symposia.

Personal Name(s)

  • Biebel, Franklin M. (Franklin Matthews)
  • Clapp, Frederick Mortimer, b. 1879.
  • Cook, Walter W. S.
  • Crosby, Sumner McK. (Sumner McKnight), 1909-1982.
  • Davidson, Bernice F.
  • Dinsmoor, William Bell, 1886-1973.
  • Grier, Harry D. M., 1914-1972.
  • Sloane, Joseph C.

Subject(s)

  • Art--History--Congresses.
  • Art--Study and teaching.

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Collection Inventory

February 23, 1940
 

Box Folder Date
1 1

Bryn Mawr College
 

Includes correspondence with Joseph C. Sloane, and Mary Shimer.

1939-1940
1 2

Columbia University
 

Includes correspondence with William B. Dinsmoor, Norman A. Fedde, and Isabelle R. Kelly.

1939-1940
1 3

Harvard University
 

Includes correspondence with Paul J. Sachs.

1939-1940
1 4

Miscellaneous
 

Contains bios of the speakers, Frederick Mortimer Clapp's opening remarks at the Symposium, press release, summaries of the papers presented, correspondence, and program.

1939-1940
1 5

New York University
 

Includes correspondence with Walter W. S. Cook, and Donald F. Brown.

1939-1940
1 6

Princeton University
 

Includes correspondence with Charles Rufus Morey, Mr. J. R. Martin, and Mr. C. P. Parkhurst, Jr.

1939-1940
1 7

Yale University
 

Includes correspondence with Everett Meeks, Sumner McK. Crosby, and Helen Mitchell.

1939-1940

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April 5, 1941
 

Box Folder Date
1 8

Bryn Mawr College
 

Includes correspondence with Joseph C. Sloane, and Marianna Jenkins.

1940-1941
1 9

Columbia University
 

Includes correspondence with William B. Dinsmoor, Morna E. Crawford, and Grace Spencer Person.

1940-1941
1 10

Harvard University
 

Includes correspondence with Paul J. Sachs, Richard Edwards, and George Stephen Vickers.

1940-1941
1 11

Invitations to other museums and universities
 

Includes responses from Morris Carter (Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum), Francis Henry Taylor (Metropolitan Museum of Art), Belle da Costa Greene (Morgan Library), Alfred Barr (Museum of Modern Art), Fiske Kimball (Philadelphia Museum of Art) and Franklin M. Biebel (Rutgers University).

1941
1 12

Miscellaneous
 

Contains opening remarks of Frederick Mortimer Clapp, mailing to The Frick Collection Trustees, press release, summaries of papers presented, program schedule, ticket, correspondence regarding luncheon arrangements, and miscellaneous correspondence.

1940-1941
1 13

New York University
 

Includes correspondence with Walter W. S. Cook, Harry Bober, and Harris King Prior.

1940-1941
1 14

Princeton University
 

Includes correspondence with Charles Rufus Morey, E. Baldwin Smith, George R. Collins, and George Bishop Tatum.

1940-1941
1 15

Publicity
 

1940-1941
1 16

Yale University
 

Includes correspondence with Sumner McK. Crosby, Everett V. Meeks, David R. Coffin, and Florence B. Wiggin.

1940-1941

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March 28, 1942
 

Box Folder Date
1 17

Bryn Mawr College
 

Includes correspondence with Joseph C. Sloan.

1941-1942
1 18

Columbia University
 

Includes correspondence with William B. Dinsmoor, Janet A. Hawke, and Margaret Koons.

1941-1942
1 19

Harvard University
 

Includes correspondence with Paul J. Sachs, Martin S. Soria, and Samuel M. Green.

1941-1942
1 20

Invitations to other museums and universities
 

1942
1 21

Miscellaneous
 

Contains printed program, invitation, mailing to The Frick Collection Trustees, correspondence related to luncheon arrangements, summaries of the papers presented, invitation list, and memo discussing possible changes to the Symposium.

1941-1942
1 22

New York University
 

Includes correspondence with Walter W. S. Cook, John Phillips Coolidge, Esther Gordon, and Dr. Edgar Wind.

1941-1942
1 23

Princeton University
 

Includes correspondence with Donald Drew Egbert, Charles Rufus Morey, E. Baldwin Smith, Patrick Joseph Kelleher, and Stephen George Xydis.

1941-1942
1 24

Yale University
 

Includes correspondence with George Heard Hamilton, Frederick B. Hyde, Ethlyne Elizabeth Jackson, and Everett V. Meeks.

1941-1942

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April 2, 1949
 

Box Folder Date
1 25

Bryn Mawr College
 

Includes correspondence with Joseph C. Sloane, and Alexander C. Soper.

1949
1 26

Columbia University
 

Includes correspondence with William B. Dinsmoor, Peggy A. Erskine, and Herschel B. Chipp.

1949
1 27

Harvard University
 

Includes correspondence with Jakob Rosenberg, Frederick B. Deknatel, Richard F. Brown, and Ushers Parsons Coolidge.

1949
1 28

Miscellaneous
 

Contains Frederick Mortimer Clapp's opening remarks, printed programs, invitations, list of expenses, miscellaneous correspondence, mailing to The Frick Collection Trustees, and correspondence re luncheon plans.

1949
1 29

New York University
 

Includes correspondence with Walter W. S. Cook, Pamela Askew, Lauder Greenway, Jean Johnson, and Molly Leeb.

1948-1949
1 30

Princeton University
 

Includes correspondence with E. Baldwin Smith, and Lorenz E. A. Eitner.

1949
1 31

Publicity
 

1949
1 32

Yale University
 

Includes correspondence with Sumner McK. Crosby, Charles H. Sawyer, Robert Branner, and John W. Hatch.

1949

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April 7, 1951
 

Box Folder Date
1 33

Bryn Mawr College
 

Includes correspondence with Lucy Rabin, and Joseph C. Sloane.

1951
1 34

Columbia University
 

Includes correspondence with William B. Dinsmoor, Albert Elsen, and Irwin Scollar.

1951
1 35

Harvard University
 

Includes correspondence with Cornelius C. Vermeule III, Michael Sullivan, and Charles L. Kuhn.

1951
1 36

Miscellaneous
 

Contains printed programs, invitations, correspondence re luncheon arrangements, seating chart, expenses, and responses to invitations.

1951
1 37

New York University
 

Includes correspondence with Jacob Landy, Walter W. S. Cook, Robert Koch, and Paul Drechsler.

1950-1951
1 38

Princeton University
 

Includes correspondence with E. Baldwin Smith.

1951
1 39

Publicity
 

1951
1 40

University of Pennsylvania
 

Includes correspondence with David M. Robb, and Kenneth M. Wilson.

1951
1 41

Yale University
 

Includes correspondence with R. H. Janson, Donald Robertson, Sumner McK. Crosby, and Charles H. Sawyer.

1951

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April 11, 1953
 

Box Folder Date
2 1

Bryn Mawr
 

Includes correspondence with Alexander Soper, and Marianne Winter Martin.

1953
2 2

Columbia University
 

Includes correspondence with William B. Dinsmoor, Barbara Sharpe Graham, and Karl R. Lunde.

1953
2 3

Harvard University - Radcliffe College
 

Includes correspondence with Charles L. Kuhn, Donald E. Gordon, and Christine Mitchell.

1952-1953
2 4

Miscellaneous
 

Contains printed program, invitations, responses to invitations, correspondence regarding luncheon planning, mailing to The Frick Collection Trustees, luncheon seating chart, and expenses.

1953
2 5

New York University
 

Includes correspondence with Craig Hugh Smyth, Iris G. Hofmeister, and James H. Stubblebine.

1953
2 6

Princeton University
 

Includes February 19, 1953 letter from E. Baldwin Smith outlining his criticism of previous year's Symposium at New York University and problems with the Symposium in general.

1953
2 7

University of Pennsylvania
 

Includes correspondence with David M. Robb, and William J. Murtaugh.

1953
2 8

Wellesley College
 

Includes correspondence with Bernard C. Heyl.

1953
2 9

Yale University
 

Includes correspondence with Sumner McK. Crosby, John D. Hoag, and Rosalind Brueck Spielvogel. Sumner McK. Crosby letter dated December 23, 1952 details his enthusiasm for the Symposium.

1952-1953

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April 16, 1955
 

Box Folder Date
2 10

Bryn Mawr College
 

Includes correspondence with Joseph C. Sloane.

1955
2 11

Columbia University
 

Includes correspondence with Jane Rosenthal, and Emerson H. Swift.

1955
2 12

Harvard University
 

Includes correspondence with Leonard Opdycke, Roy Fisher, and Colin Eisler.

1955
2 13

Luncheon
 

Contains seating chart, correspondence regarding luncheon arrangements, and responses to invitations, including a letter of regret from Erwin Panofsky.

1955
2 14

Miscellaneous
 

Contains printed programs, invitations, and a publicity letter to College Art Journal.

1955
2 15

New York University
 

Includes correspondence with Mary Lee Thompson, Craig Hugh Smyth, Olga Paris, and Elaine Loeffler.

1955
2 16

Oberlin College
 

Includes correspondence with Charles Parkhurst.

1955
2 17

Princeton University
 

Includes correspondence with Albert M. Friend, Jr., and George Galavaris.

1955
2 18

University of Pennsylvania
 

Includes correspondence with David M. Robb, and Harold Cooledge.

1955
2 19

Yale University
 

Includes correspondence with George Heard Hamilton, George Kubler, Marian Card, and Robert L. Herbert.

1955

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April 6, 1957
 

Box Folder Date
2 20

Bryn Mawr College
 

Includes correspondence with Joseph C. Sloane.

1957
2 21

Columbia University
 

Includes correspondence with Rudolf Wittkower.

1957
2 22

Harvard University
 

Includes correspondence with Leonard Opdycke, and Olga Paris.

1957
2 23

Luncheon
 

Contains responses to invitations, seating chart, invitation list, correspondence re luncheon arrangements, and miscellaneous correspondence. Includes acceptance letters from Edgar Munhall and Erwin Panofsky.

1957
2 24

Miscellaneous
 

Contains invitations and printed programs.

1957
2 25

New York University
 

1957
2 26

Princeton University
 

Includes correspondence with Rensselaer W. Lee.

1957
2 27

University of Pennsylvania
 

Includes correspondence with Bishop Tatum.

1957
2 28

Yale University
 

Includes correspondence with Charles Seymour, Jr.

1957

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March 21, 1959
 

Box Folder Date
2 29

Bryn Mawr College
 

Includes correspondence with James Fowle.

1959
2 30

Columbia University
 

Includes correspondence with Rudolf Wittkower.

1959
2 31

Harvard University
 

Includes correspondence with Leonard Opdycke.

1959
2 32

List of general invitations sent
 

1959
2 33

Luncheon
 

Contains invitation list, responses to invitations, seating chart, correspondence re luncheon arrangements, and miscellaneous correspondence. Includes regrets from Erwin Panofsky and Millard Meiss.

1959
2 34

Miscellaneous
 

Contains invitations, printed programs, and a memo re lighting.

1959
2 35

New York University
 

1959
2 36

Princeton University
 

Includes correspondence with Rensselaer W. Lee.

1959
2 37

University of Pennsylvania
 

Includes correspondence with David M. Robb.

1959
2 38

Yale University
 

Includes correspondence with George Kubler.

1959

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April 8, 1961
 

Box Folder Date
2 39

Brown University
 

Includes correspondence with Francois Bucher.

1961
2 40

Bryn Mawr College
 

Includes correspondence with James Fowle.

1961
2 41

Columbia University
 

Includes correspondence with Rudolf Wittkower.

1961
2 42

General invitations sent
 

1961
2 43

Harvard University
 

Includes correspondence with Seymour Slive.

1961
2 44

Luncheon
 

Contains correspondence re luncheon arrangements, and responses to invitations.

1961
2 45

Miscellaneous
 

Contains printed programs and invitations, a summary sheet of past symposia with short history, and memos re logistical arrangements.

1961
2 46

New York University
 

Includes correspondence with Craig Hugh Smyth.

1961
2 47

Princeton University
 

Includes correspondence with Rennselaer W. Lee.

1961
2 48

University of Delaware
 

Includes correspondence with Albert S. Roe.

1961
2 49

University of Pennsylvania
 

Includes correspondence with Frederick Hartt.

1961
2 50

Yale University
 

Includes correspondence with George A. Kubler, and George Heard Hamilton.

1961

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March 30, 1963
 

Box Folder Date
2 51

Bryn Mawr College
 

Includes correspondence with James Fowle.

1963
2 52

Columbia University
 

Includes correspondence with Rudolf Wittkower.

1963
2 53

Harvard University
 

1963
2 54

Luncheon
 

Contains invitation list, letters, and responses to invitations.

1963
2 55

Miscellaneous
 

Contains printed programs, and memos re arrangements.

1963
3 1

New York University
 

1963
3 2

Princeton University
 

Includes correspondence with Rensselaer W. Lee.

1963
3 3

University of Pennsylvania
 

Includes correspondence with Frederick Hartt.

1963
3 4

Yale University
 

Includes correspondence with Sumner McK. Crosby.

1963

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April 10, 1965
 

Box Folder Date
3 5

Bryn Mawr College
 

1965
3 6

Columbia University
 

Includes correspondence with Rudolf Wittkower.

1965
3 7

Harvard University
 

Includes correspondence with Seymour Slive.

1965
3 8

Luncheon
 

Contains invitation lists, invitation letters, regrets, correspondence re arrangements for the luncheon, and miscellaneous correspondence. Includes letter of regret from Erwin Panofsky.

1965
3 9

Miscellaneous
 

Contains printed programs, memos re logistical arrangements, and correspondence.

1965
3 10

New York University
 

Includes correspondence with William B. Jordan, Jr., and Craig Hugh Smyth.

1965
3 11

Princeton University
 

Includes correspondence with David R. Coffin.

1965
3 12

University of Pennsylvania
 

Includes correspondence with Frederick Hartt.

1965
3 13

Yale University
 

Includes correspondence with Sumner McK. Crosby.

1965

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April 15, 1967
 

Box Folder Date
3 14

Bryn Mawr College
 

Includes correspondence with Charles Mitchell.

1967
3 15

Columbia University
 

Includes correspondence with Rudolf Wittkower.

1967
3 16

Harvard University
 

Includes correspondence with James S. Ackerman.

1967
3 17

Luncheon
 

Contains invitation letter, responses, and miscellaneous correspondence. Includes letter of regret from Erwin Panofsky.

1967
3 18

Miscellaneous
 

1967
3 19

New York University
 

1967
3 20

Princeton University
 

Includes correspondence with David R. Coffin.

1967
3 21

Trustees
 

1967
3 22

University of Pennsylvania
 

Includes correspondence with John W. McCoubrey.

1967
3 23

Yale University
 

1967

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April 25-26, 1969
 

Box Folder Date
3 24

Brown University
 

1969
3 25

Bryn Mawr University
 

1969
3 26

Columbia University
 

1969
3 27

University of Delaware
 

1968-1969
3 28

Expenses; work orders
 

1969
3 29

Harvard University
 

1969
3 30

Johns Hopkins University
 

1969
3 31

Miscellaneous
 

Contains printed programs, RSVP cards, and list of institutions participating. Also includes correspondence related to a New Art Association handbill distributed at the Symposium criticizing the structure of the Symposium, including the educational institutions selected, topics and lack of discussion forums. Handbill not in file.

1969-1970
3 32

New York University
 

1969
3 33

Oberlin College
 

1969
3 34

University of Pennsylvania
 

1969
3 35

Princeton University
 

1969
3 36

Reception - entertainment
 

Contains contract with Albert Fuller, harpsichordist.

1969-1970
3 37

Yale University
 

1969
3 38

Work Lists and Memoranda
 

1970

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April 23-24, 1971
 

Box Folder Date
3 39

Middle Atlantic Symposium Sponsored by University of Maryland
 

Contains summary of proposed symposium.

1971
3 40

Boston University
 

1970-1971
3 41

Brown University
 

1970-1971
3 42

Bryn Mawr College
 

1970-1971
3 43

Columbia University
 

1970-1971
3 44

University of Delaware
 

1970-1971
3 45

Expenses
 

1970-1971
3 46

Harvard University
 

1970-1971
3 47

Johns Hopkins University
 

1971
3 48

Meeting of Department Chairmen
 

1971
3 49

Miscellaneous
 

1971
3 50

New York University
 

1970-1971
3 51

University of Pennsylvania
 

1970-1971
3 52

Princeton University
 

1970-1971
3 53

Reception - Entertainment
 

1971
3 54

State University of New York at Binghamton
 

1970-1971
3 55

Yale University
 

1970-1971

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April 28-29, 1972
 

Box Folder Date
3 56

Concert by Mercadal and Stern - attendance
 

Sunday, April 30, 1972. Special concert planned for Symposium weekend, with half of tickets reserved for participants. Contains invitations, letters and typed program.

1972
3 57

Expenses; work orders
 

1972
3 58

Miscellaneous
 

Contains printed programs, invitations to fellows, and correspondence re arrangements and participation.

1971-1972
3 59

Reception - entertainment
 

1972

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April 27-28, 1973
 

Box Folder Date
3 60

Boston University
 

1972
3 61

Brown University
 

1972
3 62

Bryn Mawr College
 

1972-1973
3 63

Columbia University
 

1972-1973
3 64

University of Delaware
 

1972-1973
3 65

Harvard University
 

1972-1973
3 66

Johns Hopkins University
 

1972-1973
3 67

Miscellaneous
 

Contains printed program, and miscellaneous correspondence.

1972-1973
4 1

New York University - Institute of Fine Arts
 

1972-1973
4 2

University of Pennsylvania
 

1972-1973
4 3

Princeton University
 

1972-1973
4 4

Reception
 

1972
4 5

Rutgers University
 

1973
4 6

Work orders; expenses
 

1973
4 7

Yale University
 

1972-1973

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April 19-20, 1974
 

Box Folder Date
4 8

Miscellaneous
 

Contains printed program, and miscellaneous correspondence.

1974
4 9

Reception
 

1974
4 10

Work orders; expenses
 

1974

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April 18-19, 1975
 

Box Folder Date
4 11

Boston University
 

1974-1975
4 12

Brown University
 

Includes letter explaining why Brown rarely participates in Symposium and considers it of little value to its graduate students.

1974
4 13

Bryn Mawr College
 

1974
4 14

Columbia University
 

1974-1975
4 15

University of Delaware
 

1975
4 16

Harvard University
 

1974-1975
4 17

Miscellaneous
 

Contains printed programs, and miscellaneous correspondence.

1975
4 18

University of Pennsylvania
 

1974-1975
4 19

Princeton University
 

1974-1975
4 20

Reception
 

1975
4 21

Work orders; expenses
 

1975
4 22

Yale University
 

1974-1975

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April 9-10, 1976
 

Box Folder Date
4 23

Miscellaneous
 

Contains printed programs, work orders, and miscellaneous correspondence.

1976

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April 22-23, 1977
 

Box Folder Date
4 24

Education Program for Graduate Students
 

Contains printed programs, expenses, and miscellaneous correspondence.

1977

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April 14-15, 1978
 

Box Folder Date
4 25

Education Program for Graduate Students
 

Contains printed programs, letter discussing changes to Institute, work orders, and miscellaneous correspondence.

1978

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April 20-21, 1979
 

Box Folder Date
4 26

Education Program for Graduate Students
 

Contains printed programs, invitation letters, expenses, work orders, and letters to participating institutions and student speakers.

1978-1979

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April 11-12, 1980
 

Box Folder Date
4 27

Education Program for Graduate Students
 

Contains printed programs, and miscellaneous correspondence.

1980

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April 3-4, 1981
 

Box Folder Date
4 28

Education Program for Graduate Students
 

Contains printed programs, letters to student speakers, expenses, work orders, and miscellaneous correspondence.

1981

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April 2-3, 1982
 

Box Folder Date
4 29

Education Program for Graduate Students (Symposium)
 

Contains photocopy of printed program, work orders, expenses, and miscellaneous correspondence.

1982

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