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TABLE OF CONTENTS


Overview of the Collection

Biographical Note

Scope and Contents

Arrangement

Restrictions

Index Terms

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Series 1 : Bio/Education

Series 2: Teaching

Series 3: Exhibitions/Commissions

Series 4: Production Files

Series 5: Subject Files

Series 6: Correspondence

Series 7: Photographs of Works

Robert E. Nail, Jr. Historical Archives at Old Jail Art Center

Guide to the Evaline Sellors Papers



Overview of the Collection

Creator: Sellors, Evaline (1903-1995)
Title: Evaline Sellors Papers
Dates: 1914-1995
Abstract: Evaline Sellors (1903-1995), sculptor and teacher lived and worked in Fort Worth. She was a member of the informal Fort Worth Circle of Artists. The Papers document her career from childhood to her final one-man show in 1989.
Identification: AR.2004.009
Quantity: 21 boxes, 7.5 cubic feet
Language: The records are in English.
Repository: Robert E. Nail, Jr. Archives Old Jail Art Center 201 S. 2nd St. Albany, TX 76430

Biographical Note

Evaline Clarke Sellors was born August 30, 1903 in Fort Worth, Texas. Her parents immigrated to Texas from Ireland. Her father, Edward M., a graduate of Trinity College in Dublin, had been a barrister (lawyer) and was a member of the Royal Irish Academy. Her mother had attended art school in London and was well known in Fort Worth for her lingerie and linen designs. Sellors began her art studies at the age of 8. She continued them at the prep school Texas Women's College Academy (now known as Texas Wesleyan College). After prep school, Sellors attended Washington University in St. Louis, MO (1921-1923) where, with the help of her sister, she came up with the idea to create a stuffed dog. The dog was called Tut's Pup named for the recently discovered King Tutankhamen's tomb. Sellors applied and was granted a patent for the design of Tut's Pup and later won an infringement suit against the manufacturer of the "Charleston Pup." The name "Tut's Pup" was later changed to "Woof Woof" when Sellors agreed to allow the Averill Manufacturing Company to manufacture the stuffed dog. The royalties from sales of the Woof Woof dog made Sellor's enough money that she was able to finance her education at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts (1925-1929). While at the Pennsylvania Academy, Sellors twice won the prestigious William Emlen Cresson scholarships (1929 and 1930) to study art while traveling Europe.

After the Academy, Sellors returned to Fort Worth and with the help of artists Blanche McVeigh and Sallie Gillespie opened the Texas School of Fine Arts in 1932. The school later incorporated under the name Fort Worth School of Fine Arts. Gillespie left after one year and was replaced by Wade Jolly. McVeigh and Jolly left after a few years to greater prospects leaving Sellors to run the school alone for three years until she finally decided to close the school in 1941 because of WWII. During the war, Sellors worked at North American Aviation as an instructor in the mockup department. The department created plaster models of plane parts that were later became casts used to manufacture plane parts for the company. After the war, Sellors became an art instructor teaching for the Fort Worth Art Association (1946-1968), the Fort Worth Children's Museum (1949-1955), Texas Women's University (1956), the Dallas Museum of Fine Arts (1950-1968), Fort Worth Art Center School (1955-1972), and at Columbus College in Columbus, Georgia (1978-1980). In 1950-1951 Sellors studied in California at Pond Farm with Marguerite Wildenhaim. While teaching, Sellors continued to exhibit her work through 1989. Many lists of her exhibitions are contained in the Papers. Evaline Sellors died May 17, 1995 at the age of 92.

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Scope and Contents

Correspondence, photographs, recipes, production notes, publicity, financial records, artifacts, scrapbooks, and ephemera through the years 1914-1993 make up this mix of professional and personal material. The Papers are divided into 7 series.

Series 1: Bio/Education contains correspondence, printed material, photographs, artifacts, books, and ephemera about Evaline Sellors' family, her early career as an artist and her artist education at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts.

Series 2: Teaching contains correspondence, printed material, teaching materials, exhibition schedules and catalogs, business and financial records, photographs in three subseries: Fort Worth, Dallas, and Other. Subseries 1, FortWorth contains material relating to Sellors' relationships with the Texas School of Fine Arts (later known as Ft. Worth School of Fine Arts), which she helped found, Fort Worth Art Association, Fort Worth Art Center, and Fort Worth Art Center School. Subseries 2, Dallas contains material relating to Sellors' relationships with the Dallas Evening Schools, Dallas Museum of Fine Art (known now as the Dallas Museum of Art), and the Dallas Craft Guild. Subseries 3, Other contains material relating to Sellors' relationships with the Texas Designer/Craftsman and Assorted Teaching Material of which it is unknown which organization it belongs.

Series 3: Exhibitions/Commission contains documents supporting the creation of specific exhibitions and commissions that Sellors received as well as Exhibition catalogs either collected by Sellors or containing Sellors' work. Most commissions material is complemented by photographs of the resulting sculpture.

Series 4: Production Files contains correspondence, financial records, printed material, notes and recipes supporting Sellors' process of creating sculpture.

Series 5: Subject Files contains mainly printed material in three subseries: Artist Files, Organizations, and Assorted. Subseries 1, Artist Files contain information about artists known by Sellors. There are also four files on persons who are not artists but nevertheless interested Sellors. Subseries 2, Organizations contains information about organizations that had some relationship with Sellors though it is not always clear what that relationship was. Subseries 3, Assorted contains printed material, mostly newspaper articles on various art-related topics.

Series 6: Correspondence contains both professional and personal correspondence. Personal correspondence is divided by senders whereas professional correspondence is contained in one folder. Personal correspondence comes from family, friends (most of whom are artists), and former students.

Series 7: Photographs of Works is divided by title of work when known with 5 folders containing photographs of unknown or untitled works.

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Arrangement

Series 1: Bio/Education is arranged by record type with Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts as a singular subject heading.
Series 2: Teaching is divided into three subseries: Fort Worth, Dallas, and Other. All three subseries' are arranged chronologically by organizations where Sellors' taught.
Series 3: Exhibitions/Commissions is arranged chronologically.
Series 4: Production Files is arranged generally according to the original order in which they were found.
Series 5: Subject files are divided into three subseries: Artist Files, Organizations, Assorted. The subseries are arranged by alphabetical order.
Series 6: Correspondence is arranged first by date for general or assorted correspondence then by alphabetical order for correspondence by senders.
Series 7: Photographs of Works are arranged by alphabetical order.

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Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

Open to the Public

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Index Terms

This record series is indexed under the following controlled access subject terms.
Persons:
Sellors, Evaline Clarke, (1903-1994)
Nail, Robert E., Jr., (1908-1968)
Umlauf, Charles, (1911-1994)
Bewly, Murray, (1884-1964)
Bomar, Bill, (1919-1991)
Brants, Cynthia, (1924- )
Bywaters, Jerry, (1906-1989)
DeForrest, Judd, (1916- )
Dozier, Otis, (1904-1989)
Gillespie, Sallie, (1898-1991)
Leach, Bernard, (1887-?)
MacLean, Christina, (1853-1947)
McVeigh, Blanche, (1895-1970)
Plavcan, Joseph M., (1908-1981)
Reeder, Dickson, (1912-1970)
Reeder, Flora Blanc, (1917-1995)
Smith, Emily Guthrie, (1909-1986)
Utter, Bror, (1913-1993)
Wildenhain, Marguerite, (1896-1985)
Organizations:
Fort Worth School of Fine Arts
Fort Worth Art Association
Fort Worth Children's Museum
Texas Women's University
Dallas Museum of Fine Arts
Fort Worth Art Center School
Columbus College, Columbus, Georgia
Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts
Places:
Fort Worth, Texas
Subjects:
Art
Sculpture
American Art
Document Types:
Publicity
Correspondence
Newspaper Articles
Exhibition Catalogs
Catalogs
Photographs
Artifacts
Ephemera
Financial Records
Business Records
Sketches
Video
Scrapbooks
Occupations:
Sculptor
Teacher
Artist

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Administrative Information

Acquisition Information

Acquisitions within this collection: AR.2004.009

Alternative Form Available

Evaline Sellors Papers Finding Aid - Raw XML

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Detailed Description of the Collection

 

Series 1 : Bio/Education

Correspondence
Box Folder
1 1 Re: "Tut's Pup," stuffed dog, Fanny, undated
Box Folder
2 1 Postcard to Sellors Family, 1914
1 From Robert E. Nail, Jr., undated
1 Postcard from Charles Umlauf, ca.1960
1 From Sruggs-Vandorvoors-Barney, re: manufacturing "Tut's Pup," stuffed dog (see Scrapbook 1914-1966), 1925
Printed Material
Box Folder
20 1 Family History, 1917-1954, undated
Box Folder
2 2 Background on E.S., 1921-1980
3 E.S. Oral History Interview Transcript, 1978
Box Folder
1 2 Pattern for "Tut's Pup" stuffed dog (see Scrapbook 1914-1966), undated
*see also Series 2: Teaching Subseries 2: Dallas: Artist Resources File, E.S., undated, 4/5
Photographs
Box Folder
18 1 Academy Work, undated
2 Academy Work Negatives, undated
Box Folder
17 1 Evaline Sellors, 1917-1972
2 "Tut's Pup" stuffed dog (see Scrapbook 1914-1966), ca 1930s
2 "Tut's Pup" stuffed dog with unidentified girl (see Scrapbook 1914-1966), 1950
Ephemera
Box Folder
20 Address Books, 1981; 1987; 1989
Box Folder
2 1 Valentine from Mother, undated
1 2 subscriptions to Vogue from Mother, undated
Artifacts
Box Folder
1 Stuffed Dog (see Scrapbook 1914-1966), undated
Box Folder
21 small sculpture figures, 1928; 1920s
Jewelry, undated
small "Hunchback of Notre Dame" statue, 1924
Box Folder
MC Shelf Scrapbook , 1914-1966
Shelf 8 scrapbooks, various
Box Folder
19 2 scrapbooks, undated
2 sketchbooks, undated
Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, 1927-1976, undated
Box Folder
2 4 Publicity, 1927; 1976; undated
4 Correspondence, 1939
Cresson Scholarships, 1929-1930
Box Folder
2 5 Maps, undated
5 Itineraries, undated
5 Ephemera, undated
6 Correspondence, 1929
7 Correspondence, 1930
* see Series 3: Exhibitions/Commissions
Box Folder
6 1 Exhibition Catalogs exhibiting E.S. work, 1924-1928
2 Exhibition Catalogs exhibiting E.S. work, 1928-1930
3 Exhibition Catalogs exhibiting E.S. work, 1930-1933

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Series 2: Teaching

Subseries 1: Fort Worth
Texas School of Fine Arts (later known as Ft. Worth School of Fine Arts)
Box Folder
3 1 Publicity, 1933
1 Class Schedules, 1935-1938
Ft. Worth School of Fine Arts
Box Folder
3 2 Incorporation Records, 1938
2 Correspondence, 1934
Photographs
Box Folder
18 3 Exhibits at Fort Worth School of Fine Arts, 1930s
Fort Worth Art Association
Box Folder
3 3 History of, by E.S., 1974
4 Tax Records, 1970
4 Correspondence, 1940-1941; 1953; undated
4 Directory of Membership, 5/1959
4 Membership Cards, 1962; 1968-1972
5 Exhibition Catalogs, 1940-1951
Fort Worth Art Center
Box Folder
3 6 Rental and Sales Financial Records, 1952-1964
6 Calendars of Events, 1962-1976
7 Annual Reports, 1954-1958
7 Brochure, 1958
*see also Series 3: Exhibitions/Commissions
"Evaline Sellors One Man Show," 1962
Box Folder
7 6 Financial Records, 1962
6 Publicity, 1962
6 Exhibition Catalog, 1962
Fort Worth Art Center School
Box Folder
3 8 Class Schedules, 1956-1971
9 Exhibition Catalogs, 1953-1974
Box Folder
20 2 Publicity, 1946-1990
Box Folder
4 1 Student Rosters, 1967, undated
1 Christmas Cards, 1952, undated
2 Student Exhibition Registration, 1965; 1967; 1969
2 Expense Records, 1956-1958, undated
2 Map, undated
3 Correspondence, 1951-1968
Photographs
Box Folder
18 4 Classes, undated
5 Children's Classes, undated
Administration
Box Folder
20 3 General Board Meeting Minutes, 1967-1974
3 Faculty Meeting Minutes, 1968
3 Board of Directors, 1968; 1970-1971; 1973
3 Correspondence, 1969-1975
3 Financial Report, 1962
3 Attendance Records, 1967-1969
Subseries 2: Dallas
Dallas Evening Schools
Box Folder
4 4 Correspondence, 1935-1942, undated
4 Publicity, 1940-1941
Dallas Museum of Art (also known as Dallas Museum of Fine Arts)
Box Folder
4 5 Artist Resources File, E.S., undated
6 Correspondence, 1936-1938; 1955-1978
Box Folder
20 4 Publicity, 1938-1986 [1955-1967]
Teaching
Box Folder
4 7 Class Rosters, 1951-1967
7 Class Schedules, 1961-1968
Exhibitions
Box Folder
4 8 E.S. Exhibition Catalogs, 1952; 1966
8 Newsletters, 1976-1977
8 Non-E.S. Exhibition Catalogs, 1974-1987
8 Loan Agreement, 1959
9 Rentals and Sales, 1953-1954
10 Museum Shop Sales, 1958; 1965-1968
Subseries 3: Other,
Texas Designer/Craftsman
Box Folder
4 12 Constitution and By-Laws, 1970
12 Minutes, 1956
12 Correspondence, 1956-1986
12 Newspaper articles, 1976-1984
13 Newsletters, 1965-1986
Box Folder
5 1 Membership, 1965-1986, undated
2 Exhibition/Conference Catalogs, 1953-1986
Assorted Teaching Material
Box Folder
5 3 Publicity, 1980
3 Sculpture Lecture by E.S., undated
4 Unknown Syllabi, undated
5 Unknown class lists, undated

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Series 3: Exhibitions/Commissions

Box Folder
5 6 General Publicity, 1929-1993, undated
8 Exhibition Catalogs not exhibiting E.S. work, 1956-1991
Box Folder
6 1 Exhibition Catalogs exhibiting E.S. work, 1924-1928
2 Exhibition Catalogs exhibiting E.S. work, 1928-1930
3 Exhibition Catalogs exhibiting E.S. work, 1930-1933
4 Exhibition Catalogs exhibiting E.S. work, 1956-1966
5 Exhibition Catalogs exhibiting E.S. work, 1989-1993
Assorted Commissions, 1938-1961, undated
Box Folder
7 1 Correspondence, 1938-1961
1 Financial Records (Invoices), 1938-1961
Assorted Exhibition Materials
Box Folder
7 2 Exhibition Catalogs, 1946; 1957; 1967
2 Correspondence, 1967-1968
2 Jury Action Cards, 1939-1956, undated
2 Prize notices, undated
Farrington Field, Commission, 1938-1939
Box Folder
20 5 Original drawings, undated
Box Folder
17 3 Photographs, undated
North American Aviation, Commission (work for hire), 1943-1945
Box Folder
17 4 Photographs, 1943-1945
Box Folder
7 3 Publicity, 1945; 1970; undated
3 Manual, 1944
Written Works
Box Folder
7 3 "Letters Home," by Henry M. Winnans, 1943-1944
3 "Remembrances of Long Ago," by Judith N. Winnans, 1933
Johnson Children Commissions, 1954-1960
"Little Girl's Figure," 1954
Box Folder
7 4 Correspondence, 1954
4 Financial Records, 1954
Photographs
Box Folder
17 5 Sheila Johnson or Carter Child?, undated
"Seated Figure of Little Girl," 1956
Box Folder
7 4 Correspondence, 1956
4 Financial Records, 1956
Photographs
Box Folder
17 6 Karen Johnson, undated
"Figure of Girl," 1959-1960
Box Folder
7 4 Correspondence, 1959-1960
4 Financial Records, 1959-1960
Photographs
Box Folder
17 7 Kate Johnson, undated
Box Folder
7 5 Exhibition Catalogs of friends and students, 1956-1970
George Biggs Commission, 1960s
Box Folder
17 8 Photographs, undated
City of Dallas, Commission, 1960
Box Folder
20 6 Legal Contract, 1960
Fort Worth Art Center, Exhibition, 1962
"Evaline Sellors One Man Show," 1962
Box Folder
7 6 Financial Records, 1962
6 Publicity, 1962
6 Exhibition catalog, 1962
Child Study Center, Commission, 1966
"A Song," 1966
Box Folder
7 7 Financial Records, 1967; 1986
7 Correspondence, 1985
7 Publicity, 1985-1986; 1991
7 Lecture by E.S., "A Song", undated
Box Folder
17 9 Photographs, undated
Al Haynes Bust, Commission, 1932
Box Folder
7 8 Publicity, 1967; 1980
Box Folder
17 9 Photographs, 1932
Texas State Society of Washington, Exhibition, 1968
"A Particular Portion of Earth," 1968
Box Folder
7 9 Exhibition Catalog, 1968
9 Publicity, 1968
Marvin Leonard Bust, Commission, 1969-1970
Box Folder
7 10 Financial Records, 1969-1970
10 Correspondence, 1970
Box Folder
17 11 Photographs, 1969
Abe Lincoln Award, Commission, 1970
Box Folder
8 1 Financial Records, 1970
1 Correspondence, 1970
St. Andrews Church, Commission, 1970-1976
"14 stages of the cross" and 1 Virgin Mary, 1970-1976
Box Folder
8 2 Correspondence, 1970-1976
2 Invoices, 1970-1976
2 Publicity, 1970
Box Folder
17 12 Photographs, undated
Girl Scouts of America, Commission, 1972
"Brazos River Camp Mosaic," 1972
Box Folder
8 3 Original drawings, undated
3 Publicity, 1972
3 Unrelated blueprint, undated
Old Jail Art Center, Commission, 1982
"Ballad of the East Wind", 1982
Box Folder
17 13 Photographs, 1982
*see also Series 5: Subject Files Subseries 2: Organizations
Jackson Ayers, Commission, 1984
Box Folder
8 4 Original drawings, undated
4 Financial Records, 1984
Box Folder
5 2 Publicity, "Texas Designer/Craftsman Newsletter, 1984
Box Folder
17 14 Photographs, undated
Old Jail Art Center, Exhibition, 1986
"Beyond Regionalism," 1986
Box Folder
8 5 Publicity, 1986
5 Lecture by E.S., "Fort Worth Circle", 1986
5 Works Exhibited List, 1986
*see also Series 5: Subject Files Subseries 2: Organizations
Evelyn Siegel Gallery, Exhibition, 1989
"Evaline Sellors: A celebration of 70 years of sculpture," 1989
Box Folder
8 6 Correspondence, 1962; 1976; 1989
6 Publicity, 1989
6 Exhibition Catalog, 1989
Artifact
Box Folder
8 6 Guest Book, 1989
Box Folder
17 15 Photographs, 1989
Video
Box Folder
19 "Evaline Sellors: A celebration of 70 years of sculpture," 1989
Ft. Worth Botanical Gardens, Commission, 1989-1990
Box Folder
8 7 Publicity, 1989-1990
7 Financial Records, 1989
Box Folder
17 16 Photographs, undated
Box Folder
8 8 Pemberton Commission, undated
9 Stemmon's Piece, notes on, Commission, undated
10 List of Collections contains works by E.S., undated
10 List of Exhibitions showing works by E.S., undated

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Series 4: Production Files

Roman Bronze Works
Box Folder
8 11 Correspondence, 1940-1981, undated
Materials Records
Box Folder
9 1 Financial Records, 1954-1968; 1989
2 Seminar, 1981
Artifacts
Box Folder
21 Sculpting Tools, undated
Subseries 1: Recipes and Notes
Box Folder
1 Metal recipe box - "Glazes and Clays," undated
Box Folder
9 3 Japanese Raku, Clay and Glazes, 1957, undated
4 Lustre, Adrenturine and Chrystalline Glazes, 1954, undated
5 Slip Glazes, Ash, Reduction Glazes, 1972, undated
6 Glaze Calculations about Oxides, 1950; 1957; undated
7 Miscellaneous Ideas, undated
8 Spanish Tiles, 1931, undated
9 Metal Notes, undated
10 Glaze Forming, etc, 1939-1970, undated
11 Low-fire lead glaze, undated
12 Potters thoughts, 1960; 1976; undated
Box Folder
18 6 Photograph, undated
Box Folder
9 13 Notes on light, undated
Box Folder
10 1 Clays, undated
2 Dyes for wood, undated
3 Handmade paper suppliers, undated
4 Oxides for colors, undated
5 Alkaline and Chrystalline Glazes, undated
6 High Fire Glazes, Bristal Type, undated
7 Metal Notes, 1953-1966, undated
8 Ways to work, ideas of others, undated
9 Paper suppliers, undated
10 Slips and Oxides, undated
11 Twinrocker papermaker, 1982, undated
Box Folder
11 1 Pharaonic Blue glazing, undated
2 Kilns, Glazes, 1970, undated
3 Thoughts on sculpture and design, undated
4 Thoughts on sculpture and design, undated
5 Thoughts on sculpture and design, undated
6 Thoughts on sculpture and design, undated
7 Thoughts on sculpture and design, undated
8 Thoughts on sculpture, undated
Photographs
Box Folder
18 7 Bookbinding Slides, undated
8 Reference, undated
9 Reference - African Art, undated
9 Reference - Pottery, undated

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Series 5: Subject Files

Subseries 1: Artist Files
Box Folder
11 9 Bewley, Murray, undated
10 Blumenberg, Frida, 1974
11 Bomar, Bill, 1982-1991, undated
12 Brants, Cynthia, 1951-1952; 1978; undated
13 Brown, Susan, 1987
*see also Series 6: Correspondence: Brown, Susan (Sue), 1976-1978, undated
Box Folder
11 14 Bywaters, Jerry, 1940; 1976; undated
15 Colvin, Rachel, 1976
16 DeForrest, Judd, 1962
17 Dozier, Otis, 1967; 1985
18 Gillespie, Sallie, 1948
*see also Series 6: Correspondence: Gillespie, Sallie, 1978-1987; undated
Box Folder
12 1 Leach, Bernard, 1959; 1972-1977
Box Folder
17 17 Pond Farm Pottery Photographs, 1950-1951
Box Folder
12 2 MacLean, Christina, 1944-1947, undated
*see also Series 6: Correspondence: MacLean, Christina, 1929-1930
Box Folder
12 3 McVeigh, Blanche, 1942-1987
4 Natzler, Otto and Gail, 1977
5 Newspaper articles on various artists, various
6 Plavcan, Joseph M., 1981-1982
7 Reeder, Flora and Dickson, 1939-1988
8 Reeder Childrens Theater, 1948-1956
9 Roach, Mariana, 1971; 1976
10 Scheuler, Mrs. Charles, 1944-1976
11 Smith, Emily Guthrie, 1983-1985, undated
12 Utter, Bror, 1957; 1983
13 Wildenhain, Marguerite, 1955-1971, undated
Box Folder
17 17 Pond Farm Pottery Photographs, 1950-1951
Non-Artists
Box Folder
12 14 Fort Worth Citizens of Note to E.S., 1978; undated
15 Parker, Quanah, undated
16 Stein, Gertrude, 1934
17 Weiner, Ted, 1979
Subseries 2: Organizations
Box Folder
12 18 Amon Carter Museum, 1961; 1977
19 Cook Memorial Hospital, 1955
20 Electrra Carlin Galleries, 1963
21 Fort Worth Children's Museum, 1950-1952
22 Fort Worth Little Theatre, 1935
Box Folder
13 1 Houston Allied Arts Association, 1955
2 McNay Art Institute, 1950-1957
3 Medellin School of Sculpture, 1971-1974
4 Old Jail Art Center, 1986-1992
*see also Series 4: Exhibitions/Commissions
Box Folder
13 5 Ravinia Festival Association, 1967
2 San Antonio Art League and Witte Museum, 1949-1957
Subseries 3: Assorted
Box Folder
13 6 Assorted Newspaper Articles, various
7 Assorted Material, undated

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Series 6: Correspondence

Box Folder
13 8 Academy Friends, 1929-1974
9 Assorted Invitations, 1939-1976
10 Assorted Personal Correspondence, 1929-1935, undated
11 Assorted Personal Correspondence , 1931-1968, undated
12 Assorted Personal Correspondence, 1973-1976, undated
13 Assorted Personal Correspondence, 1976-1986, undated
Box Folder
14 1 Professional Correspondence, 1929-1992
2 From Students, 1970-1976
3 Asper, Lori and Bill, 1979-1986, undated
4 Beth, 1971-1972; 1983-1988; undated
5 Brown, Susan (Sue), 1976-1978, undated
*see also Series 5, Subseries 1, Artist Files: Brown, Susan, 1987
Box Folder
14 6 Celia and other family, 1977-1987, undated
7 Conlan, Alicia, 1977-1982, undated
8 Dodson, John and Sybil, 1973-1989, undated
9 Elliott, Mrs. Walton S., 1976, undated
10 Fanny (Josephine (Sellors) Elliott Keller), 1959, undated
11 Fraser, Vicki, 1970-1987, undated
12 Gallagher, Sylvia, undated
Box Folder
15 1 Gillespie, Sallie, 1978-1987; undated
*see also Series 5, Subseries 1: Gillespie, Sallie, 1948
Box Folder
15 2 Hall, Lynn, 1983-1985; undated
3 Houseman, Esther, 1967; 1983-1987; undated
4 Howell, Frank, undated
5 Hughes, Lydia and Herb, 1971-1989, undated
6 Humes, Happy and Ralph, 1981-1982, undated
7 Ingram, Shirley, 1979; 1985-1987; undated
8 Jolly, Wade, 1973
9 Keller, Jo, undated
10 MacLean, Christina, 1929-1930
*see also Series 5, Subseries 1, Artist Files: MacLean, Christina, 1944-1947, undated
Box Folder
15 11 Maples, Barbara, 1978, undated
12 McLean, Jimmy, 1983-1987, undated
13 McMichael, Marion, 1955-1958
14 Monson, Victoria, 1978; 1987; undated
15 Osborn, Bill and Brittany, 1972-1987, undated
16 ,
15 Osborn, Will and Amy, 1972-1987, undated
16 Plavcan, Catherine, 1975-1976, undated
*see also Series 5, Subseries 1: Plavcan, Joseph M., 1981-1982
Box Folder
15 17 Roberts, Eve K., 1976-1989, undated
18 Sarah Louisa, undated
19 Thomas, Fran Arp, 1985-1986
20 Todd, Denna and Dough, 1980-1987, undated
21 Van Sant, Emma, 1978-1979; 1987; undated
22 Webb, Anne H., 1977; 1984; undated
23 Woods, Sidney and Joe, 1975-1980, undated

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Series 7: Photographs of Works

Box Folder
16 1 African Woman with child, 1938
2 Amon Carter, undated
3 Assorted, undated
4 Beryl Nowlin, undated
5 Bird with eggs, 1959
6 Blue Hyacinth, 1940
7 Bowl, 1966
8 Brahman Bull, 1953
9 Brahman, 1950
10 Christine Lowry, undated
11 Dance of the Roadrunner, undated
12 Debby Morrison, 1961
13 Doss Fountain, undated
14 E.M. Daggett, 1934
15 Eve, 1948
16 Family, undated
17 Father and Son, 1956
18 Fran K. Hawks, undated
19 Grasshopper Karina Limba, undated
19 Grasshopper, undated
20 Jewelry, undated
14 Josephine "Fanny" (Sellors) Elliott Keller, 1931
14 Katherine Gywwne, undated
21 Kathleen Lawrence, age 5, undated
22 Katy Lou Moffatt, undated
23 Mahogany Cock, undated
24 Matilda Nail, age 5, 1930s
25 Meditation, undated
16 Ode to a Cotton Picker, 1953
26 Owl, 1953
27 Pelican, undated
27 Penguin, 1945
28 Praying Mantis, 1947; 1954
24 Reilly Nail, age 6, 1933
29 Relief Wall, South High Mount School, 1930s
29 Roadrunner, undated
30 Seal, 1947
31 Square Dance, undated
32 Untitled Early Work, undated
33 Untitled Pottery, undated
34 Untitled Works, undated
35 Untitled Works, undated
36 Winter (Sleeping Fawn), 1947
37 Woman with guitar, undated

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