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Descriptive Summary

Biographical Note

Scope and Content Note

Organization of Collection

Restrictions

Index Terms

Related Material

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Series 1. Professional and Research Files

Series 2. Research Center for the Arts (RCA)

The Art and Architecture of the Texas Missions

University of Texas San Antonio

A Guide to the Jacinto Quirarte Papers, 1944-2009



Descriptive Summary

Creator: Quirarte, Jacinto, 1931-2012
Title: Jacinto Quirarte Papers
Dates: 1944-2009
Creator Abstract: Jacinto Quirarte was a professor emeritus and former dean of the College of Fine and Applied Arts at the University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA). As an art historian, he concentrated on Pre-Columbian and Chicano art history. In addition to numerous articles, Quirarte wrote The Art and Architecture of the Texas Missions, which was published by the University of Texas Press in 2002. He was also the author of Mexican American Artists, A History and Appreciation of Chicano Art, How to Look at a Masterpiece, and Izapan Style Art: A Study of Its Form and Meaning.
Content Abstract: The Jacinto Quirarte Papers span the years 1944 through 2009 and include correspondence, speeches, administrative records, articles, manuscripts for publication, newsletters, posters, and photographs. The bulk of the materials date from the 1970s to the 1990s. The collection documents Quirarte’s career at UTSA as founding dean of the College of Fine and Applied Arts (now the College of Liberal and Fine Arts) and a professor emeritus. As an art historian, Quirarte focused on Pre-Columbian and Chicano art; his research on these topics is well represented in the papers, in addition to research on the Spanish Missions in Texas, Mesoamerican art, and Mayan art.
Identification: UA 99.0003
Extent: 27.3 linear feet (23 boxes, 3 oversize boxes, 7 oversize folders)
Language: Materials are in English and Spanish.
Repository: University of Texas at San Antonio Libraries Special Collections

Biographical Note

Jacinto Quirarte was a professor emeritus and former dean of the College of Fine and Applied Arts at the University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA). As an art historian, he concentrated on Pre-Columbian and Chicano art history. In addition to numerous articles, Quirarte wrote The Art and Architecture of the Texas Missions, which was published by the University of Texas Press in 2002. He was also the author of Mexican American Artists, A History and Appreciation of Chicano Art, How to Look at a Masterpiece, and Izapan Style Art: A Study of Its Form and Meaning.

Born in 1931 in Jerome, Arizona, a small mining town, he lived in an area referred to as "El Barrio Méxicano" or "El Barrio Chicano." His father was an immigrant from Mexico and his mother was born in the United States. He received his Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts degrees from San Francisco State College (in 1954 and 1958, respectively) and his Ph.D. degree from the National University of Mexico in 1964. From 1954-1957, Quirarte served in the Air Force as a navigator for a bomber squadron. Prior to coming to UTSA, Quirarte taught at the Colegio Americano in Mexico City (1959-1962), the University of the Americas in Mexico City (1962-1964), Yale University (1967), and the University of Texas at Austin (1967-1972). Quirarte also served as the director of the Centro Venezolano in Caracas, Venezuela (1964-1966), where he worked with the U.S. State Department in a cultural exchange program.

Jacinto Quirarte became UTSA's dean of the College of Fine and Applied Arts upon its inception in 1972. As dean, he was among the first academic officers charged with building the new University. He oversaw the College's move to its permanent location on the new UTSA campus at Loop 1604 in 1975. He resigned as dean in 1978 to be the full-time director of UTSA's Research Center for the Arts, a multidisciplinary program that explored Hispanic and Colonial influences in art and culture.

Quirarte lectured at conferences and museums in the United States and other countries. In 1975, he was one of 25 people appointed by President Ford to the American Revolution Bicentennial Advisory Council. He was appointed to the Federal Advisory Committee on Affirmative Action in Employment at Institutions of Higher Education and was also a panelist-columnist for the National Endowment for the Humanities. From 1982-1987, Jacinto chaired the National Task Force on Hispanic Art of the National Endowment for the Arts. Additionally, he served on the boards of directors of the San Antonio Symphony, the San Antonio Arts Council, and the Harvard Journal on Chicano Affairs.

Quirarte retired from UTSA in 1999, but continued teaching as a professor emeritus of art history until 2008. He passed away in 2012.

Sources:

  • Oral history interview with Jacinto Quirarte, 1996 Aug. 15-16, Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution. Available: Available: http://www.aaa.si.edu/collections/oralhistories/transcripts/quirar96.htm (Accessed March 11, 2009).
  • Biographical Information: Dr. Jacinto Quirarte; Curriculum vitae for Jacinto Quirarte, undated, University Communications Records, UA 16.01, Acc. 2005-055: Box 6, UTSA Libraries Special Collections.

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Scope and Content Note

The Jacinto Quirarte Papers span the years 1944 through 2009 and include correspondence, speeches, administrative records, articles, manuscripts for publication, newsletters, posters, and photographs. The bulk of the materials date from the 1970s to the 1990s. The collection documents Quirarte’s career at UTSA as founding dean of the College of Fine and Applied Arts (now the College of Liberal and Fine Arts) and a professor emeritus. As an art historian, Quirarte focused on Pre-Columbian and Chicano art; his research on these topics is well represented in the papers, in addition to research on the Spanish Missions in Texas, Mesoamerican art, and Mayan art.

The collection is organized into three series: 1. Professional and Research Files, 2. Research Center for the Arts (RCA), and 3. The Art and Architecture of the Texas Missions.

Records related to Quirarte’s teaching, administrative work, research, and professional service are included in Professional and Research Files. This series contains correspondence, articles and speeches he authored, research articles he gathered, syllabi and course notes, information about committees on which he served, and documents related to travel and conferences. His involvement with the 1976 American Revolution Bicentennial Advisory Council is documented through his notes and memos, and even in correspondence with fellow member, Maya Angelou. Included among the research Quirarte gathered on contemporary artists is a collection of invitations and posters for modern art exhibitions held in New York from 1966-1972.

The second series contains records from the Research Center for the Arts (RCA), a multidisciplinary unit established in 1977 within the College of Fine and Applied Arts. Jacinto Quirarte was the founding director of the Center, which aimed to provide leadership in the arts by encouraging professional research in the visual and performing arts, focusing on Pre-Columbian, Hispanic, and Colonial influences. In later years the Center was known as the Research Center for Arts and Humanities, and even later, the Research Center for the Visual Arts.

The first subseries in this section is dedicated to administrative files and newsletters from the RCA. The remaining six subseries are each related to a specific project, including the grant-funded creation of curriculum materials and published resources for students and teachers, and the development of research symposia and workshops.

The third series is comprised of materials collected and created in the course of writing his book, The Art and Architecture of the Texas Missions, which was published in 2002. These documents include typescripts, galley proofs, photographs, and other materials. This series is divided into three subseries: 3.1 Drafts and Related Materials includes correspondence with his publisher, notes, outlines, drafts, and other records of his writing process; 3.2 Bibliographic Texts for Research contains articles he gathered in the course of his research; 3.3 Photographic Negatives consists of images of the Texas Missions.

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Organization of Collection

Series 1. Professional and Research Files
Series 2. Research Center for the Arts (RCA)
Subseries 2.1 Research Center for the Arts (RCA) Administrative Files
Subseries 2.2 San Antonio Project
Subseries 2.3 Task Force on Hispanic American Arts
Subseries 2.4 A History and Appreciation of Chicano Art
Subseries 2.5 Decorative and Applied Arts at the Missions
Subseries 2.6 Festival Calderon
Subseries 2.7 How to Look at a Masterpiece
Series 3. The Art and Architecture of the Texas Missions
Subseries 3.1 Drafts and Related Materials
Subseries 3.2 Bibliographic Texts for Research
Subseries 3.3 Photographic Negatives

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

There are no access restrictions on the materials for research purposes, and the collection is open to the public.

This collection is housed at UTSA's Main Campus and must be accessed via the John Peace Library Special Collections reading room. To request access, please use the Collections Request Form.

Usage Restrictions

The researcher assumes full responsibility for observing all copyright, property, and libel laws as they apply.

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Index Terms

Persons
Quirarte, Jacinto, 1931-2012.
Organizations
University of Texas at San Antonio.
University of Texas at San Antonio. Research Center for the Arts.
University of Texas at San Antonio. Research Center for the Arts and Humanities.
Subjects
Art--History--Study and teaching.
Art, Latin American.
Mexican American artists.
Missions, Spanish--Texas.
Universities and colleges--Faculty.
Locations
San Antonio (Tex.).
Genres/Formats
Administrative records.
Articles.
Correspondence.
Manuscripts.
Newsletters.
Photographs.
Posters.
Research notes.
Local Subjects
Architecture/Historic Preservation
Art/Artists
Education/Educators
Mexican Americans
San Antonio History
UTSA History
UTSA Records

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Related Materials

Oral history interview with Jacinto Quirarte, 1996 Aug. 15-16, Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution. Available: http://www.aaa.si.edu/collections/oralhistories/transcripts/quirar96.htm (Accessed March 11, 2009).

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Jacinto Quirarte Papers, UA 99.0003, University of Texas at San Antonio Libraries Special Collections.

Acquisition Information

Received as a gift from Jacinto Quirarte in November 2004 (Acc. 2004-106). A second accession was received from his family in May 2015 (Acc. 2015-017).

Processing Information

Encoded by Angela McClendon Ossar, University Archivist, March 2009.

Updated to reflect individual folder inventory by Julianna Barrera-Gomez, University Archivist, February 2015.

Arrangement updated to incorporate second accession by Marissa Del Toro and Kristin Law, University Archivist, 2016.

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Detailed Description of the Collection

Series 1. Professional and Research Files

This series contains correspondence, articles and speeches he authored, research articles he gathered, syllabi and course notes, information about committees on which he served, and documents related to travel and conferences. His involvement with the 1976 American Revolution Bicentennial Advisory Council is documented through his notes and memos, and even in correspondence with fellow member, Maya Angelou. Included among the research Quirarte gathered on contemporary artists is a collection of invitations and posters for modern art exhibitions held in New York from 1966-1972.
Box Folder
1 1 "Diferencias Arcitectonicas en dos Ciudades Mayas: Uxmal y Chichen Itza,"Boletin, Venezuela, 1966 May
2 "El Arte del Mexico Antigua,"Pro Arte, Revista Cultural, Maracaibo, Venezuela, 1967 May
3 Lecture on "Maya Vase/Mural Painting" given at University of Colorado, Boulder, 1968 April
4 Lecture on "Sidney Janis and His Collection" at The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Tex., 1968 November
5 "Izapa - A Link Between Olmec & Maya." Paper presented at 35th Annual Meeting of S.A.A. [Society for American Archaeology], Mexico City, 1970 May
6 "The Ballcourt in Mesoamerica: Its Architectural Development." C.A.A. (St. Louis, Mo.) - first draft and two carbons of final version; also notes and other data, 1968 January
7 "El Juego de Pelota en Mesoamerica: Su Dearollo Arquitectonica."Estudios de Cultura Maya, Vol. VIII, 1970
8 "El Juego de Pelota en Mesoamerica: Su Dearollo Arquitectonica."Estudios de Cultura Maya, UNAM - English typescript, 1970
9 "The Ballcourt in Mesoamerica: Its Architectural Development," in Pre-Columbian Art History (Palo Alto, Calif.), 1977
10 Preliminary draft, u-shaped element paper (first draft for typist and several mimeograph copies; also illus. used with preliminary draft, 1970
11 "An Interpretation of the U-Shaped Element in Izapan, Mayan, & Zapotec Monuments," New York, 1970 July
12 Izapan-Style Art: A Study of Its Form & Meaning. Studies in Pre-Columbian Art & Archaeology, No. 10. Dumbarton Oaks (Washington, D.C.) - work papers, 1973
13 Izapan-Style Art: A Study of Its Form & Meaning. Studies in Pre-Columbian Art & Archaeology, No. 10. Dumbarton Oaks (Washington, D.C.), 1973
14 George Kubler, "Studies in Classic Maya Iconography," in American Anthropologist, Vol. 74, 1972
15 Tulane University Symposium on Art of Latin America, 1972 April
16 Carlo T. Gay, "Xochipala. The Beginning of Olmec Art," in Hispanic American Historical Review, Vol. 53, No. 1, 1971
17 Munro S. Edmonson, "The Book of Counsel: The Popol Vuh of the Quiche Maya of Guatemala," in American Anthropologist, 1971
18 J. Eric Thompson, "Maya Hieroglyphs with-without Tears," in American Anthropologist, 1973 December
19 Charles R. Wicke, Olmec: "An Early Art Style of Pre-Columbian Mexico," 1971, in Journal of Ethnic Studies, 1973 Fall
20 "The Relationship of Izapan Style Art to Olmec and Mayan Art: A Review," L.A.S., California, 1976
21 "The Relationship of Izapan Style Art to Olmec and Mayan Art: A Review," undated
22 "The Relationship of Izapan Style Art to Olmec and Mayan Art: A Review." Paper presented at the Symposium at UCLA (Los Angeles, Calif.) - copyedited text and galleys, 1973 February
23 Origins of Religious Art and Iconography in Preclassic Mesoamerica; Edited by H.B. Nicholson, 1976
24 "Izapan & Mayan Traits in Teotihuacan III Pottery," Paper presented at Society for American Archaeology (San Francisco, Calif.), 1973 May
25 "Izapan & Mayan Traits in Teotihuacan III Pottery," UCARF, 1973
26 "Izapan & Mayan Traits in Teotihuacan III Pottery," Paper presented at Society for American Archaeology (San Francisco, Calif.) - work papers, 1973 May
27 "Mayan & Teotihuacan Traits in Classic Maya Vases," published in Proceedings of the IX International Congress of Anthro. & Ethno. Sciences (Chicago) - work papers, 1973 September
28 "Mayan & Teotihuacan Traits in Classic Maya Vases," published in Proceedings of the IX International Congress of Anthro. & Ethno. Sciences (Chicago), 1973 September
29 "Mayan & Teotihuacan Traits in Classic Maya Vase Painting of the Peten,"CCM, The Hague (Paris), 1978
30 "Izapan Style Antecedents for the Maya Serpent in Celestial Dragon & Serpent Bar Contexts,"23rd International Congress of Hist. of Art. (Granada), 1973 September
31 "Izapan Style Antecedents for the Maya Serpent in Celestial Dragon & Serpent Bar Contexts,"23rd International Congress of Hist. of Art. (Granada) - work papers, 1973 September
32 "Izapan Style Antecedents for the Maya Serpent in Celestial Dragon & Serpent Bar Contexts," CIHA (Granada), 1973
33 "The Representation of Earth & Sky in Izapan Style & Early Classic Maya Art," paper presented Mid. Am. College Art Assoc. (Albuquerque, N.M.) - work papers, 1973 November
34 "Terrestrial/Celestial Polymorphs as Narrative Frames in the Art of Izapa & Palenque," paper presented Primera Mesa Redonda de Palenque (Mexico) - work papers, 1973 December
35 "Terrestrial/Celestial Polymorphs as Narrative Frames in the Art of Izapa & Palenque," paper presented Primera Mesa Redonda de Palenque (Mexico), 1973 December
36 "Terrestrial/Celestial Polymorphs as Narrative Frames in the Art of Izapa & Palenque," undated
37 Lecture on "20th century Mexican Muralists & Their Immediate Predecessors," UT Health Science Center, 1973 November
38 Lecture on "Contemporary Mexican & Mexican American Artists," UT Health Science Center, 1973 November
39 Work papers [for] article "The Murals of El Barrio," Exxon USA, 1974 December
40 Chicano art project - Murals - General (Barrio Art Exhibit - Exxon), undated
41 "How to Look at Pre-Columbian Art," The San Antonio Light, 1974 April
42 "Mixtec Presence in Santa Rita, Belice" - paper presented at symposium (Mexico) - work papers, 1974 September
43 "Mixtec Presence in Santa Rita, Belice" - paper presented at symposium (Mexico), 1974 September
44 "The Wall Paintings of Santa Rita, Corozal,"Nat. Studies vol. 3 (Belize), 1975 July
45 "Early Art Styles of Mesoamerica & Early Classic Maya Art," paper presented at Conf. on Origins of Civil. in the Maya Lowlands (Santa Fe), 1974 October
46 "Early Art Styles of Mesoamerica & Early Classic Maya Art," (Santa Fe, N.M.) - version II, 1974 October
47 "Early Art Styles of Mesoamerica & Early Classic Maya Art," (Santa Fe, N.M.) - version III - work papers, 1974 October
48 "Early Art Styles of Mesoamerica & Early Classic Maya Art," (Santa Fe, N.M.) - version III, 1974 October
49 "Early Art Styles of Mesoamerica & Early Classic Maya Art," 1974
50 "Early Art Styles of Mesoamerica & Early Classic Maya Art," University of New Mexico (Albuquerque), 1977
51 "Creative Art As Ritual," 1974
52 Lecture on Izapan Style Art, Univ. of Calif. at Santa Cruz, 1974 June
53 Lecture on Masks: Ancient & Modern Mex. at Amon Carter Museum, Ft. Worth, Texas, 1974 November
54 17 Artists Hispano/Mexican Am/Chicano, 1975
55 Preface to Iwonski in Texas - Painter and Citizen, 1975 November
56 Present a paper on "Space in Maya Painting" at Society for American Archaeology in Dallas, 1975 May
57 Present a paper on "Space in Maya Painting" at Society for American Archaeology in Dallas - work papers, 1975 May
58 "Actual and Implied Visual Space in Maya Vase Painting: A Study of Mirror Images and Two-Headed Compound Creatures" for publication in Contribution of the UCARF - work papers, 1975 May
59 "Actual and Implied Visual Space in Maya Vase Painting: A Study of Mirror Images and Two-Headed Compound Creatures" for publication in Contribution of the UCARF, 1975 May
60 "Actual and Implied Space in Maya Vase Painting: A Study of Double Images and Two-Headed Compound Creatures", 1978 January
61 Paper on "Chelo" prepared for Journal of the Los Angeles Institute of Contemporary Art, 1975 May
62 Lecture on "Place of the Arts in the Bicentennial," American Issues Forum, San Antonio, 1975 July
63 Speak to West Side Lion's Club on "Art and Music Courses at UTSA," 1975 September
64 Con Safo [show brochure], 1972
65 Lecture for CON SAFO Art Group - "Creative Art as Ritual: Mexican and Chicano Art," 1975 December
Box Folder
2 1 "The Underworld Jaguar in Maya Vase Painting: An Iconographic Study," New Mexico Papers in the Fine Arts, University of New Mexico, 1976 March
2 UW Jaguar in Maya Vase Painting - work papers, undated
3 "The Underworld Jaguar in Maya Vase Painting: An Iconographic Study," New Mexico Papers in the Fine Arts, University of New Mexico - work papers, 1976 March
4 "The Underworld Jaguar in Maya Vase Painting: An Iconographic Study," University of New Mexico, 1976
5 "The Representation of Underworld Procession in Maya Vase Painting: An Iconographic Study," 1978 February
6 "The Representation of Underworld Procession in Maya Vase Painting: An Iconographic Study," (draft 4), undated
7 New Mexico Studies in the Fine Arts: Pre-Columbian/Spanish Colonial Issue. Volume I, 1976
8 "Methodology in the Study of Pre-Columbian Art" at I.C.A. Annual meeting (Paris, France), 1976 September
9 "Methodology in the Study of Pre-Columbian Art" at I.C.A. Annual meeting (Paris, France) - work papers, 1976 September
10 "Methodology in the Study of Pre-Columbian Art" at I.C.A. Annual meeting (Paris, France) - print copy, 1976 September
11 "Methodology in the Study of Pre-Columbian Art," 1976
12 Paper on "Sculptural Documents on the Origins of Maya Civilization," ICA meeting, Paris, 1979 September
13 Paper on "Sculptural Documents on the Origins of Maya Civilization," ICA meeting, Paris - work papers, 1979 September
14 "Sculptural Documents on the Origins of Maya Civilization," ICA, vol. VIII, 1976 September
15 Lecture at the Cleveland Museum of Art on "Classic Maya Vase Painting," Cleveland, Ohio, 1976 November
16 The identification of a Historical Personage named U-Caan Inverted Ahau on Three Guatemala Highland Vases, 1976
17 Altun Ha Style (work papers), 1977
18 "Tricephalic Units in Olmec, Izapan Style, and Maya Art" - original, 1977 September
19 Paper on "Bicephalic Compound Creatures in Maya Vase Painting" (preliminary remarks), 1976 August
20 Tricephalics paper - drafts and work papers, undated
21 "Tricephalic Units in Olmec, Izapan Style, and Maya Art" - work papers [folder 1], 1977 September
22 "Tricephalic Units in Olmec, Izapan Style, and Maya Art" - work papers [folder 2], 1977 September
23 "Tricephalic Units in Olmec, Izapan Style, and Maya Art" - typescript, undated
24 "Tricephalic Units..." work papers and correspondence, 1977
25 "Tricephalic Units in Olmec, Izapan Style, and Maya Art", [1977]
26 Creative art as ritual (Tulane), 1977 April
27 "The Representation of Place, Location, and Direction on a Classic Maya Vase," 1978 October
28 "The Representation of Place, Location, and Direction on a Classic Maya Vase", work papers, 1978 October
29 "The Representation of Place, Location, and Direction on a Maya Vase," UTSA, typescript, undated
30 "The Representation of Place, Location, and Direction on a Classic Maya Vase," 1978 October
31 "The Representation of Place, Location, and Direction on a Maya Vase," TMRP, California, 1979
32 New Santa Rita paper - work papers, undated
33 "The Santa Rita Murals: A Review," UTSA, 1980
34 Santa Rita paper - first draft, undated
35 Santa Rita paper, work papers, undated
36 "The Santa Rita Murals: A Review", undated
37 Quick-copy copies, undated
38 Art Journal article, undated
39 "Synchronic Links with the Past: Sources of Chicano Art," Art Journal (not published), undated
40 "The Borderlands...", published in Imagine, undated
41 "Antecedents of Chicano Art," Austin talk, Florida also, 1979 September
42 Austin talk: Archaeological site of Monte Alban, 1979 October
43 Catalogue paper rollouts, undated
44 A Proposal for a Catalogue of Classic Maya Pictorial Vases, undated
45 Catalogue paper - vessel preparation, undated
46 Catalogue paper, work papers, undated
47 Copies and work papers: catalogue/Maya vases, undated
48 Bundles paper, undated
49 Funerary bundles paper (work papers), undated
50 "Funerary References in Two Maya Polychrome Vases" [folder 1], undated
51 "Funerary References in Two Maya Polychrome Vases" [folder 2], undated
52 Jaguar bundles - text, work papers, undated
53 "Funerary References in Three Maya Polychrome Vases", Circumpacifica and IIE-UNAM (begun 1980, published 1990), 1990
Box Folder
OM 1 1 Codex Selden 3135 (reproduction), 1964
Box Folder
3 1 Cacaxtla paper, 1980
2 Cacaxtla, 1980
3 Original text with illustrations [Cacaxtla], 1982
4 Cacaxtla drawings and cut and paste illustrations, 1983
5 Cacaxtla "clean" Xeroxes (cut and paste Xeroxes), circa 1980s
6 "Outside Influence at Cacaxtla", 1980 October
7 [Proposal for Information Center] 1980-5, 1980
8 [Chicano Mural Art flyers] 1980-6, 1980
9 "Pre-Columbian Art" University of Texas Health Science Center, 1981 November
10 "The Art and Architecture of Mesoamerica: An Overview", 1985
11 Correspondence, 1981
12 "Confluence of Cultures" lecture, D.O.; "Border Art: Interior - El Paso", 1981 October
13 [Harlandale Consultants Contract], 1982
14 ANUIES meeting, Tijuana [Chicano Murals in San Diego], 1983 October
15 Public Lecture: "Contemporary Art of Mexico and Venezuela", 1983 June
16 Merle Greene Robertson, The Sculpture of Palenque 1983; 1985 vols. I & II, reviews for New Scholar, 1986
17 "Palenque the 'Beautiful'" New Scholar, 1986
18 "Palenque the 'Beautiful'", New Scholar (review of the Merle Greene Robertson publication), 1986
19 MIRA, The Canadian Club Hispanic Art Tour, 1985
20 "Mexican and Mexican-American Artists in the U.S.: 1920-1970," Bronx Museum, 1985-1989
21 Professional: Bronx Museum exhibition (begun 1985) 1985
22 Prof. Quirarte Ball Court Paper undated
23 San Antonio Missions Research Conference, 1985
24 "A Search for Identity: Mexican and Chicano Art" XXVth Intl Cong. Hist. Art, 1986 August
25 CARA exhibit - newspaper articles, 1993
26 Travel - Wight Gallery UCLA - Defining Chicano Art planning session, 1987 July
27 "Izapan Style Art" encyclopedia text, 1986
28 Hispanic American Artists, American Museum, Washington, D.C., 1986
29 Hisp. Am. Art / Arte Hisp. Am, American Museum, Washington, D.C. 1986-1988
30 Diego Rivera: A Retrospective, catalogue review, Americas Society, NYC, 1987 July
31 Book Review - Diego Rivera: A Retrospective, prepared for Americas Society, not published 1986
32 Travel - Houston Museum, Hispanic Arts in the U.S. exhibition and symposium, 1987 April-May
33 "The Background of Hispanic American Art in the U.S." Houston symposium, 1987
34 "Hispanic Trad. in Am. Arch / URB" symposium at Columbia, 1987 October
35 Art of the Americas, 1989
36 "What Is Latin American Art?", 1989
37 Typescript, review of exhibit "Hispanic Art in the U.S." for Santa Fe Recorder, 1988 July
38 "Cuzco Painting" lecture (Tyler, Tex.), 1989 April
39 "Chicano Art" lectures, Kansas City Art Inst., 1988
40 Travel - Santa Fe, N.M., Lecture part of Hispanic Arts in U.S. exhibition, 1988 September
41 Images of Mexico presentation, Dallas Museum of Art, 1988
42 "Mexican American Art and Artists: a History", 1988
43 Manu. review, 1989
44 Art of the other Mexico [folder 1], 1992
45 Art of the other Mexico [folder 2], 1992
46 Art of the other Mexico project, 1992
47 Artes de Mexico lecture series, Rockefeller project, 1989
48 Splendors of Thirty Centuries; events related to the exhibition, 1989
49 Artes de Mexico lecturers (consultants - honoraria; travel), 1989
50 Artes de Mexico grant award, Rockefeller Foundation, 1989
51 Artes de Mexico miscellaneous items, 1989
52 Artes de Mexico lecture series, SAMA, 1989
53 Herran, Our Gods text for Met exhibition, 3000 Years of Mexican Art, 1990
54 Julio Castellonos text for Splendors catalogue, 1990
55 Splendors of Mexico catalog entries, correspondence, 1990
56 Splendors catalog entries, 1990
57 Rivera, Angelina Beloff, 1990
58 Rivera, Sailor at Lunch, 1990
59 Dedication Rewarded: Prominent Mexican Americans by Veronica Salazar, 1976
Box Folder
OM 1 2 XXXV Congresso Internacional de Americanistas Mexico, 1962
Box Folder
4 1 Women of Color Exhibit, Commentary, Guadalupe Cultural Center, San Antonio, 1990
2 Advisory Editorial Board, Latin American Art Magazine, 1990
3 "Mex. and Chicano Muralists," Denver Art Museum, 1990
4 NCAA Roundtable, 1990
5 Consultancy, TCH Historical Minutes for 1992 Celebrations, Colonial topics, 1990
6 Rivera, Terrasse du Cafe, 1990
7 Rivera, Portrait of Ramon Gomez de la Serna, 1990
8 Rivera, Still Life with a Green House, 1990
9 Rivera, The Mathematician, 1990
10 Rivera, The Balcony, 1990
11 Rivera, The Grinder, 1990
12 Rivera, Flower Day, 1990
13 Rivera, Tortilla Maker, 1990
14 Rivera, May Day Sketchbook, 1990
15 Rivera, Dance in Tehuantepec, 1990
16 Rivera, Agrarian Leader Zapata, 1990
17 Rivera, The Flower Carrier, 1990
18 Rivera, Guadalupe Marin, 1990
19 Rivera, Self-portrait, 1990
20 Rivera, Nocturnal Landscape and The Temptations of St. Anthony, 1990
21 Quirarte - Rivera galleys, Splendors, exhib. cat., 1990
22 Mexico Nueve, 1991
23 Salinas text, Handbook of Texas, 1991
24 Hispanic Almanac contract, 1991
25 Hispanic Almanac correspondence, 1994
26 Hispanic Almanac, photos, diag. not used, 1995
27 Tejanos catalogue text, 1995
28 Splendory Esplendores video, 1991
29 Commentary on Ruiz paper, 1992
30 Encyclopedia of L.A. History Entries on Mexican Artists, 1996
31 Getty project, 1991
32 Guadalupe Cultural Center project, 1991
33 Our Lady of Guadalupe, Explorations in Ethnics Studies 1991
34 25 Masters of Latin American Art - Orozco, Rivera, Siqueiros texts, work papers, correspondence, 1991
35 Texts on Rivera, Orozco, and Siqueiros - 25 L.A. Mstrs, 1992
36 Splendors exhibit - related events, 1991
37 Splendors library talks, 1991
38 SAMA lectures, 1991
39 "The Altar as Format and Content in Chicano Art," Detroit, 1991
40 Lecture: Northward Movement into Texas, 1519-1794, 1991
41 Octavio Medellin sculpture appraisal, 1991
42 Ramon Favela, 1991
43 Chicano art exh., Phoenix, AZ, 1991
44 1991 projects not completed, 1991
45 Cambios: The Spirit of Transformation in Spanish Colonial Art, 1992
46 Cambios colonial art exhib. Santa Barbara Museum of Art, 1992
47 "Siquieros."The World Book Encyclopedia, 1992
48 CARA project at Guad. Cul. Ctr., 1992
49 CARA exhib. - Guest Curator, 1993
50 Carey Ellis Company - Correspondence, 1995
51 SBC catalogue text, 1994
52 Machorro text review, 1994
53 Cesar Martinez, 1995
54 Maya conf., Cocoa Beach, Florida, 1997
55 Bellas Arte Colloquio, 1996
56 Bellas Artes Symp. Mexico D.F., 1996
57 Jose Arpa project, 1997
58 Jose Arpa Text, fax invitation, 1997
59 Brazos forum, 1997
60 Mus. of African American Art, 1997
61 Art critic panel, 1997
62 The Virgin conf., 1998
Box Folder
5 1 Artist: Chavez, Joseph A., circa 1976
2 Artist: Chavez, Ray, circa 1975
3 Artist: Gomez, Glynn, circa 1972
4 Artist: Gonzalez, Ruben, circa 1972
5 Artist: Gutierrez, Louis, circa 1972
6 Artist: Lopez, Michael, circa 1970
7 Artist: Ortiz, Ralph, circa 1970
8 Artist: Palomino, Ernesto, circa 1977
9 Artist: Pena, Amado, circa 1975
10 Artist: Ponce de Leon, Michael, circa 1975
11 Artist: Ramirez, Joel Tito, circa 1972
12 Artist: Rodriguez, Pedro, circa 1978
13 [The Murals of El Barrio, Draft], 1974
14 The Representation of Underworld Processions in Maya Vase Painting: An Iconographic Study, 1978
15 Information on Artists [articles and prints], undated
16 Information on Artists [articles, dates of works, prints], undated
17 Work papers [Latino Presence in the United States], circa 1986
18 Exhibition: Mexican Arts (Xeroxes of photos of installation at the Cleveland Museum of Art 1931), circa 1982
19 Exhibition: Latin American Presence, Bronx Museum, List of art works, circa 1986
20 Texts [Orozco, Rivera and Siqueiros in the United States, manuscript], undated
21 [Mexican and Mexican American Artists in the United States: 1920-1970 manuscript], undated
22 Galleys [Mexican and Mexican American Artists in the United States: 1920-1970, publication], undated
23 University of Texas Press brochures - Mexican American Artists, 1973
24 Anna Rank correspondence, 1985
25 Charles Meiers (L. Hoptman) correspondence, 1987
26 Phillip Verre (M. Fernandez) correspondence, 1985
27 Others correspondence, circa 1986
28 Travel - Los Angeles, CA, Planning Session, Chicano Art Exhibit, 1988
29 Exhibits of Chicano Art: 1965 to the Present, CARA Exhibition, circa 1990
30 [Hispanic American Art: A historical overview, manuscript], 1991
31 Hispanic American Arts drafts, 1991
32 [CARA, An Interpretive Exhibition of the Chicano Art Movement 1965-1985], 1990
33 Travel - Roanoke, VA, Mission Altar papers, 1995
34 Sources and Meaning in the Works of Diego Rivera and Jose Clemente Orozco: Quetzalcoatl and Coatlicue, undated
35 Lecture on "Hispano Mexican American, & Chicano Art: Review," Denver Art Museum, 1975
36 Paper from Loch Haven, Orlando, Florida, "Hispanics in Florida," 1979
37 Lecture: Mexican Art, Fort Wayne, Indiana, 1989
38 "Epigraphers, Iconographers and Other Tourists in the Realm of Maya Art," 1989
39 Mason City project, 1990
40 Lecture, McNay Art Institute, "Art of Guatemala: From Ancient to Present," 1989
41 El Dia de los Muertos, 1989
42 Splendors, 1991
43 "Mex. and Mex Am Art," Beaumont, TX, 1992
44 "Chicano Art and Altars," San Bernardino, 1992
45 Lecture: Chicano Art conf. Mex. Am. and Latino Identity in Texas, ITC, 1992
46 Chicano Aesthetic - UTEP project, 1992
47 Santa Barbara lectures, SAMA comm. assign., 1993
48 Editorial Board, Americas, 1993
49 CAA session (cancelled), 1993
50 Art/music lecture, SAMA, 1993
51 "Maya Vase Ptg," Trinity University, 1994
52 UTEP Art Program review, 1995
53 Lecture, Colonial Art, San Antonio Museum of Art, 1995
54 Lecture, "Frida Kahlo," San Antonio Museum of Art, 1995
55 NCAD conf. Luis Jimenez intro, 1995
56 Faculty leave proposal, 1996
57 Travel - Dallas, Museum of African American Art, 1997
Box Folder
6 1 Maya symposium (cancelled), Muralist conference (cancelled), 1997
2 Oral history conference, New Orleans, 1997
3 The Ballcourt in Mesoamerica - UT Austin, 1968
4 Lecture series, continuing education, UTHSC [University of Texas Health Science Center], 1973
5 Lecture on Plans for UTSA in the cultural life of S.A., Jr. League of S.A. Provisional, McNay Museum, 1974
6 Travel - Austin, Texas (Lecture), 1979
7 Travel - Austin, Texas (UT) (Conference on Latin Amer. visual arts), 1980
8 Portales, New Mexico, 1980
9 Brownsville talk, 1981
10 Hispanic Ethnic Studies TV series: University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee-Spanish Speaking Outreach Institute (the producers), 1981
11 Filming of "La Morenita," Adan Medrano (notes), 1981
12 The Uses and Abuses of Pre-Columbian Art in Mexican Murals, UNAM, San Antonio, Texas, 1982
13 Travel: Tulsa, Oklahoma, Latin American Conference, 1983
14 NCECA Conference Lecture, San Antonio, Texas, 1986
15 Travel - Lecture for NCECA Conference, 1986
16 Texas A&M Conference, 1986
17 Travel - UCSB, "Chicano and Mexican Art," 1986
18 Travel - Cranbrook, "Chicano Art Workshop," 1986
19 Travel - El Paso, TX - NCAA Conference/Roundtable, 1990
20 Chelo (draft), 1975
21 (Summer), Chelo, El Grito, 1973
22 Woodall, Elaine D., Paper on Chelo By JQ & TR, 1978
23 Holleran, John, Exxon, USA, Murals of El Barrio, 1977
24 How to Look at Pre-Columbian Art, Symposium: Indian Art of the Americas. Witte Museum, 1974
25 Chicano Artists and Social Change Paper presented at a Sicourse on Chicano Alternatives and Social Change, San Jose State University, 1974
26 Chicano Artists and Social Change Paper presented at a Sicourse on Chicano Alternatives and Social Change, San Jose State University, Work papers, 1974
27 Contemporary Mexican American Artists in Texas, Filmstrip Series for Amon Carter Museum, Ft. Worth, Texas, Work papers, 1975
28 Contemporary Mexican American Artists in Texas, Filmstrip Series for Amon Carter Museum, Ft. Worth, Texas, 1975
29 Creative Art as Ritual: Mexican and Chicano Art, UTHSC (Film Festival), 1974
30 17 Artists - Hispano/ Mexican American/ Chicano - Script for Illinois Bell, 1975
31 Mexican Influence on US Art, 1930-1936, paper presented for Bicentennial Symp. At Institute of Hispanic Culture, Houston, 1976
32 Mexican Influence on US Art, 1930-1936, paper presented for Bicentennial Symp. At Institute of Hispanic Culture, Houston, [folder 2], 1976
33 A Hispanic Look at the Bicentennial, 1978
34 A Study of Chicano Art for Exxon USA to Publish, 1977
35 The Study of Latin American Art: How did we get this way?, 1979
36 The Study of L. A. Art, Manuscript, 1979
37 Chicano Art and Artists, (typescript), 1980
38 Working Papers for Commentary on Robe's Paper, 1980
39 Is there a Border Culture?, Commentary on a paper presented by Stanley Robe, 1980
40 Travel - La Paz, Mexico, 1980
41 Travel - Palenque, Chiapas Mexico (Cuarto Mesa Redonda de Palenque), 1980
42 Coloquio Internacional de Historia del Arte, Mexico City, 1980
43 The Style and Iconography of Classic Maya Vases, Princeton Univ., 1980
44 The Representation and Significance of Funerary Bundles in Maya Polychrome Vases, Paper to be included in the Festschrift for Barthel, 1988
45 UTHSC - The Pre-Columbian Synthesis: Art, Religion and Medicine in Pre-Columbian Society, 1981
46 Pending: Manuscript "The Art of Mesoamerica an Overview," 1982
47 Lorene Pouncey File, 1982
48 Smith, Harvey P., Restoration Work on San Jose Mission (Copy), circa 1980s
49 Lonn Taylor: The New Mexico Furniture History Project: Paper Delivered at Ethnohistory, 1981
50 Faculty Exhibition Catalogue, 1985
51 CNAT II MIRA, Exhibition, Catalogue Text Completed, 1985
52 Travel: New York City, Bronx Museum Mtg: Exhibition of Hispanic American Art, 1987
53 Exhibition: Latin American Presence in the US, Correspondence with Cancel and Phillip Verre, 1986
54 Correspondence, Bronx Museum of the Arts, 1988
55 Correspondence related to projects, Maya Ball Players Paper, 1985
56 Travel, UCLA, Defining Chicano Art, Exh. Planning, 1986
57 Travel, Bronx Museum of the Arts Meeting, 1986
58 Professional Travel, Am. Hist. Assoc., Pacific Coast, 1988
59 Correspondence, Howard, Kathleen, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 3000 Years of Mexican Art, 1990
60 Travel, Alexandria, LA, Lecture for Mexico Nueve exhibition and video, 1990
61 Text, Porfirio Salinas, Texas Handbook, 1990
62 Bensusan, Guy, 1982
63 Brennar, Leah, 1977-1981
64 Brown, Betty Ann, 1973-1982
65 Calderon, Hector M., 1978
66 Cardus, David, 1975-1978
67 Carrera, Magali Marie, 1975-1976
68 Catlin, S.L., 1970-1982
69 [Compass Rose/Kennel Club correspondence], 1993-1995
70 Conlon, James E., 1972-1973
71 Cortes, Carlos E., 1975
72 CAIACh (La Comision Organizadora Local De Los Caiach), 1982
73 Diffily, John A., 1974-1975
74 Folgarait Leonard, 1982-1983
75 Gasparini, Graziano, 1968-1974
76 [General correspondence], 1979-1995
77 Glade, Bill, 1978-1979
78 Gomez-Quinones, Juan, 1978
79 Goodall, Donald, 1967-1979
80 Gordon, Joe, 1974-1982
81 Haime Nohra, 1981-1982
82 Hinderliter, Edward T., 1967-1972
83 Hoag, John, 1978-1980
84 Heller, Jules, 1975-1976
85 Dr. Harvey L. Johnson-Houston, 1981
86 Kathman, Barbara, 1980
87 Kennard, Claude L., 1978
88 Limon, Jose E., 1973
89 Locks, Seymour & Faye, 1975
90 McGuire, Patrick, 1980
91 Madrid, Arturo, 1976-1981
92 Martin, Suzanne, 1970-1979
93 Mason, Rigmor, 1973-1975
94 Mather, Christine, 1981-1982
Box Folder
7 1 Matthews, Downs, 1969-1977
2 Medrano, Adan, 1976-1981
3 Meier, Matt S., 1978-1980
4 Miller, Robert F., 1980
5 Mounce, Gary, 1973-1974
6 Mounce, Virginia, 1973-1978
7 Musick, Pat, 1982
8 Myers, Karen, 1979
9 Oppenheimer, Herbert, 1976-1978
10 Oretego Y Gasca, Phillip, 1971-1975
11 Parr, Michelle F., 1972
12 Pena, Ada R., 1971-1974
13 Perry, Carmen, 1977
14 Pierce, Donna, 1981
15 Poulsen, David J., 1980
16 Rivera, Feliciano, 1976
17 Rivera, Rowena, 1974
18 Ross, Fina Mae, 1979
19 Sandoval, Judith Hancock [folder 1], 1968-1976
20 Sandoval, Judith Hancock [folder 2], 1977-1979
21 Sanchez, Juan Jose, 1978
22 Schlef, Eileen, 1976
23 Schuller, Nancy, 1972-1973
24 Shadle, Patricia - NEH, 1982
25 Simons, Helen, 1972-1973
26 Slezak, Marcella, 1975-1977
27 Smith, Lee, 1978-1980
28 Spielman, Barbara, 1972-1973
29 Stanton, Frank, 1974-1978
30 Sujo, Clara Diament, 1978
31 Sullivan, Karen, 1979
32 Tilden, Scott, 1973-1975
33 Tolbert, Michael L, 1980
34 Turner, Helen A., 1973-1974
35 Utterback, Martha, 1974-1976
36 Van Dyke, Torero, 1975-1977
37 Vargas Lugo, Elisa, 1979
38 Vexler, Jill, 1972-1978
39 Von Honts, Jacqueline, 1975-1978
40 Wachter, Merle, 1968-1981
41 Walters, Walter, 1979
42 Weismann, Elizabeth, circa 1967
43 Elaine D. Woodall Minority Voices, 1978
44 Wroth, William, 1977-1982
45 La Pintura Mural Maya, I - En la Conciencia Historica, II - Estudio de Ejemplos Importantes [unbound draft, folder 1], 1963
46 La Pintura Mural Maya, I - En la Conciencia Historica, II - Estudio de Ejemplos Importantes [unbound draft, folder 2], 1963
47 La Pintura Mural Maya, I - En la Conciencia Historica, II - Estudio de Ejemplos Importantes [unbound draft, folder 3], 1963
48 La Pintura Mural Maya, I - En la Conciencia Historica, II - Estudio de Ejemplos Importantes [bound draft, 351 pages], 1963
49 La Pintura Mural Maya, I - En la Conciencia Historica, II - Estudio de Ejemplos Importantes [bound draft, 351 pages], 1964
Box Folder
8 1 Who's Who In American Art (Listings), 1978-1988
2 Who's Who In The World And Other Biographical Listings, 1973-1982
3 Who's Who In America, 1979-1989
4 Biographical Institutes, 1977-1978
5 Personal File: Curriculum Vitae Earlier Versions Up To 1980, 1986-1990
6 Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center Correspondence, 1985-1986
7 Personal File: Curriculum Vitae, Revised November 4, 1981 (original and copies), 1972-1987
8 Personal File- UCSB VP Acad., 1987
9 University Of California at Sta. Barbara (Correspondence And Other Papers Re: Visiting Prof. Position: Wtr/Spg 1984), 1983
10 Personal File, 1980
11 Publications (Newsletter) Institute Of Latin American Studies (ILAS), 1985
12 Newsletters Newsletter Of The American Society For Hisp. Art Historical Studies (ASHAHS), 1982-1984
13 Publications (Newsletter) The Wilson Center, 1984-1985
14 Publications (Newsletter) UC Mexus News, 1984-1988
15 Publications The New Scholar, 1984-1985
16 Publications The Pre-Columbian Art Research Institute, 1985-1987
17 Publications SMRC Newsletter (Southwestern Mission Research Center), 1984
18 Publications And Newsletters The Maya Society Of Minnesota, 1982-1988
19 Publications The American Society For Hispanic Art Historical Studies, 1983
20 Institutions National Endowment For The Humanities, 1983-1986
21 Midterm Makeup AHC 4423, undated
22 Course Materials - Miscellaneous, undated
23 Personal File: Positions Applications (Various Inst. From 1979 To 1983), 1979-1983
24 Personal File: Position Applications (Var. Inst. From 1979-1983) File #2, 1979-1983
25 College Art Association of America, 1971-1981
26 Correspondence, 1975-1982
27 Parades, Americo - On Ethnographic Work Among Minority Groups: A Folklorist's Perspective, 1977
28 Intra-City Travel, 1977-1978
29 Building Committee, 1975
30 Arts Building - Dean's Memoranda, 1975-76
31 Southwest Administrators' and Educators' Conference; Colorado College, 1975
32 The Weatherhead Foundation, 1975-1978
33 Correspondence on Mesoamerican Archaeology, 1977
34 Society of Architectural Historians, 1967-1975
35 Correspondence - Michael Kelly, 1979-1980
36 National Endowment for the Humanities -- General, 1977-1980
37 Final Report On NEH Sponsored Consultancy trips to Saint Joseph's College, 1977-1987
38 Notes on artists, undated
39 Virgin of Guadalupe, 1981
40 RAYAS - Revolución Artística y Acción Social, 1978
41 La Semana De Bellas Artes, 1976-1978
42 Caracol, 1979
43 Ariztlan, 1981
44 NEA - General Correspondence - Michael Straight, 1974-1977
45 Proposed Undergraduate Major in American Studies at UTSA, undated
46 American Revolution Bicentennial Administration (General Correspondence), 1975-1980
47 "El Concepto de Chicano Analfabeto, que no Habla Inglés ni Español, no Corresponde de la Realidad Actual: Quirarte," 1980
Box Folder
9 1 UCSB Pre-Col Art Class Items, 1984
2 Leonard Folgarait, 1984
3 New Scholar; Kjonenborg and Talamantez, 1983-1999
4 Robertson, Merle Greene, 1972-1978
5 Hurlburt, Laurance, 1982
6 Von Winning, Hasso, 1980
7 Bassie, Karen, 1978-1986
8 Phillips, George H. "Indian Paintings from Mission San Fernando: an historical interpretation," 1976
9 Pelzel, Thomas O. "The San Gabriel stations of the cross from an art-historical perspective," 1976
10 Travel - Vancouver, Canada (ICA), 1979
11 Jose Clemente Orozco; David Siqueiros, 1992
12 Center for Inter-American Relations, 1970
13 Buhler, Richard, 1974
14 American Antiquity, 1978
15 Saints Preserves US. (ITC exhibition of Santos (Retablos)), 1974
16 Fernandez, J. "El ambiente intelectual de la evolucion artistica en Mexico durante el periodo 1800-1910." and other papers by Ahlborn; Xirau, undated
17 Correspondence; Grube, Nikolai K., 1983-1986
18 Mexicon, 1979-1981
19 The Hills of Home Begun Oct. 1989 Mason, Texas Project (not funded), 1989-1990
20 Pre-Col Exhib. Jeannette Peterson, 1990-1991
21 National Council of Art Administrators, Award of Distinction, 1990
22 Travel - NEH Seminar; Tucson, AZ, 1990
23 Travel - Los Angeles, 1992
24 1996 Interview; [Archives of American Art], 1996
25 UTEP Dr. Lopez Review, 1995
26 Archives of American Art, 1996
27 Concerned Latino Artist, 1996
28 SAMA Project, 1998
29 La Alameda Museum Project, 1998
30 San Fernando Cathedral, 2002
31 [Sombrilla], 2003
32 ALAA Bkgrnd, 2004
33 ITC Hondrees; March 30, 2004
34 San Francisco State Reunion, 2004
35 St. Joseph Text, 2009
36 Docents Lecture; SAMA, 2009
37 Mexico & Modern Printmaking, 2007
38 Missions Video Intv, 2005
39 COLFA Lecture "AHAH Moments in Art Hit" Mariz, 2003
40 Bullock Mus. Lecture, 2003
41 ISA MTGS; Lecture, 2001
42 Sin Nombre lecture, 2000
43 Las Cruces Symp El Favor de los Santos, 1999
44 NACS Conf Prof. Emeritus Events, 1999
45 New Orleans Conference, 1998
46 Synchronic Links….Las Cruces; March, 1998
47 Brazos Forum, 1997
48 Olmec Art & Arch. Symposium; Nat. Gall of Art, 1996
49 Lecture to Physicians, 1995
50 SAMA Art/Music Lecture, 1993
51 STA Barbara Museum, 1993
52 Detroit Trip, 1991
53 Col. Talk-Splendors Exa. Event, 1991
54 Paper for Art and Minorities Anthology; Arizona State Univ. Dr. Bernard Young, 1989
55 Chicano Art Panelist, 1986
56 National Conference on Ethnic Arts San Antonio, Texas, 1985
57 Fourth Annual Research Council - Missions, 1985
58 NRC [National Research Council], 1984
59 Nat. Acad. Of Sciences, 1982-1983
60 Univ. Round Table, 1983, 1995
61 Gallery Talk: Michael Tracy Exhibition UTSA Gallery, 1983
62 Travel: Washington D.C. Feb 7-9 and Philadelphia February 9-11, 1983
63 Travel: National Research Council, 1982
64 Travel: May 13-15 Washington, D.C., 1982
65 Spring 82: April 2-3 Conference of Texas Art Historians, 1982
66 Travel - Feb. 25-28 New York, 1982
67 Travel Folder Feb. 25-28 New York, 1982
68 ESAA Harlandale John Salazar- Presentation Pre-Col Art, 1981
69 Guest Speaker at Art Education Luncheon Alamo District XX Convention: TSTA, 1981
70 Tejano A.R. T.S. Workshop Held on September 25-26, 1981
71 Feb. 27-Mar 1, 1981 CAA-ALA Meeting San Francisco, Hilton Hotel; San Francisco, CA & Met with Chicano Consultants also, 1981
72 D.O. [Dumbarton Oaks] Mtgs, 1981
73 Travel - Austin, Texas; Feb 21-22 (LA Mus. Heritage Conf.), 1979-1980
74 Travel - Santa Fe, NM; April 3-5 Rocky Mountain Council for Latin American Studies, 1980
75 NEH Workshop San Antonio, TX May 13-16, 1979
76 Travel - New Orleans, LA ALAA Jan. 31-Feb. 2, 1980
77 Grinnell College Nov 11-12, 1979
78 Aug 22: KSAT (Ch. 12) Interview, 1978
79 August 15: Channel 41, Marta Tijerina - 1:45 - 3:00 pm., 1978
80 Creative Art as Ritual Tulane University Apr 15, 1977
81 St. Joseph's College Rensselaer, Indiana, 1977-1979
82 Saint Joseph's College, Rensselaer, Indiana - Consultant Grant Proposal National Endowment for the Humanities, 1977
83 Travel - Jefferson Lecture in the Humanities, April 28, 1976
84 Invitations to Present Lectures, 1974-1975
85 Nov. 30 - Taping for KTSA Radio "Education in South Texas," 1975
86 Sept. 5 - KUKA Taping for the News & Info Office - 11:30 am., 1975
87 Aug. 14 - Taping for Channel 12 KSAT-TV "On the Bicentennial," 1975
88 April 25 - Battle of Flowers Committee, 1975
89 Film Festival Exhibit, 1973
90 Radio: But is it Art? Mar 22, 27, 29, 1970
91 (Oct. 23) Lecture on "Charles IV and Goya," Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, 1968
92 Latin American Art Nov 2, 1967
93 El Concepto De Tlaloc [Codice Borgia], 1960
94 [An Introduction to Latin American Culture], 1953
95 [Foreign Service Institute: Introductory Area Studies], 1964
96 [A Look At Three Maya Murals], undated
97 [Mexico de Hoy - Boletin de informacion], 1952
98 Latin America in Perspective - Selected Readings, 1983
Box Folder
10 1 Centro Venezolano Americano, undated
2 [Sketches and Postcards], 1960s
3 [University of Texas at El Paso; Academic Review Committee], 1984
4 Comer Suzanne, 1995
5 ARC 1033 Masterworks, undated
6 AHC 3423/4953 Quirarte [Pre-Columbian Art], undated
7 Correspondence, 1982-1985
8 Patronato Talk, 2004
9 Texas Book Festival, 2002
10 College of Fine Arts and Humanities; April Cabaña newsletter, 1991
11 [Notes on Egyptian, Sumerian, Greek Art], undated
12 Exhibitions of Chicano Art: 1965 to the Present, undated
13 [Interview with LT], undated
14 The Coatlicue in Modern Mexican Painting, 1982
15 César Martinez, undated
16 [Pre-Columbian Glyph Notes], undated
17 [ALAA - Association for Latin American Art], 1987
18 [SPARC - Social and Public Arts Resource Center], 1983-1986
19 Correspondence, 1982-1985
20 [Affirmative Action], 1976
21 [Correspondence - Lectures], 1984-1988
22 MICTLA Publications, Inc., 1972
23 AHC 5823; Fall, 1997
24 Correspondence and Proposals, 1983-1995
25 [Color Symbolism in the Cacaxtla Murals: The Portico of Building "A"], 1988
26 Judy Baca - Sketch of Quirarte?, 1979
27 Jerome Junior-Senior High School (report cards), 1944-1951
28 Stanford University, 1972
29 [Instruction Notes], 1988
30 Chicano Art - Notes, 1980
31 Chicano Art Exhib. Texas, 1975-1981
32 "Feast of Christ: Pilgrimage, Pain" - USA Today, 1991
33 Goldman, Shifra: Several Articles on Chicano Art, 1976-1985
34 [Articles on Hispanic/Chicano Art], 1990-1991
35 Correspondence - Daniel Arreola, 1983-1996
36 Con Safo - Ruben C. Cordova, 2002
37 [Notes on Art], undated
38 [Correspondence on Chicano Art - Abrazo], 1976
39 [Photographs of Artwork], undated
40 [Archives of American Art Journal], 2006
41 [Correspondence on Visiting Lectures and Resource Materials], 1981-1996
42 Supernaturals with or without Way Glyphs; Thematic Contexts, 2002
43 [Picante Magazine and Con Safo], circa 1970
44 Arts Organization: Ancient Roots/New Visions, 1978
45 Correspondence; 113; McGraw-Hill, 1993-2003
46 Pre-Col Text; Worksheets, undated
47 Book Project; Proofreading Sheets, 1983
48 UCSB - General, 1984
49 External Correspondence - NEH, NEA, 1982-1983
50 Contemporary Mexican Artists: Phoenix Art Museum, 1964-1965
51 Pre-Columbian Art [Catalogue from The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston], 1966
52 Guia Del Museo Nacional de Arqueologia y Etnologia, undated
53 Texas Painting and Sculpture: 20th Century, 1981
54 Chicano Film Festival [San Antonio], 1977-1978
55 Bogarin Mago, Rafael, 1967-1971
56 A, B [correspondence], 1962-1969
57 Fernando Carrera, 1959-1964
58 Kit And Harry Colman, 1961-1970
59 Correspondence - Dick & Nancy Cushing, 1963-1971
60 C [correspondence], 1965-1972
61 D, E, F [correspondence], 1967-1971
62 Margaret Farmer, 1962-1968
63 Correspondence Gasparini, 1972-1988
64 Correspondence Don Goodall, 1979
65 G ,H, I [correspondence], 1964-1972
66 Elizabeth Hopkins, 1964-1966
67 J, K, L [correspondence], 1963-1969
68 Seymour Locks, 1958-1964
69 M, N, O [correspondence], 1964-1974
70 Leslie and Jude Mason, 1961-1971
71 Milliken, Missy 1970-1971
72 Tom and Eva Moore 1964-1965
Box Folder
11 1 Mounce, Gary and Virginia, 1970-1972
2 Pat Musick Carr - Correspondence, 1981-1983
3 P, Q, R [correspondence], 1963-1971
4 Parents, 1962-1970
5 S [correspondence], 1962-1971
6 T, U, V [correspondence], 1970-1972
7 V, W, X, Y, Z [correspondence], 1964-1971
8 Correspondence, 1960s-1970s, undated
9 Correspondence, 1980s
10 Correspondence, 1990s
11 Correspondence, 2000s
12 Correspondence Yale/UT Austin, 1967-1994
13 Bermudez, Jaime Lopez, 1978
14 Bourgin, Mariada C., 1978
15 Bristow, William A., 1973
16 Brommer, Gerald F., 1975
17 Burk, Charlotte, 1972-1982
18 Campos Paris, Hector, 1980
19 Candelaria, Cordelia, 1976-1979
20 Cardona-Hine, Alvaro, 1977
21 Carlisle, Charles R., 1979
22 Carter, Ruth M., 1978
23 Celorio, Miguel, 1974-1975
24 Chacon, Jose A., 1972
25 Charvarria, Jesus (Dr.), 1975-1977
26 Chimet, Iordan, 1979-1980
27 Cisneros, Henry (Mayor), 1977-1982
28 Coke, F. Van Deren, 1977-1980
29 Coleman, Katherine, 1975-1979
30 David, Honore Salmi, 1972-1977
31 Delgado, Adolfo, 1975
32 Doyle, Giovanna M., 1979
33 Du Terroil, Anna, 1977
34 Espinoas, J. Raul, 1979
35 Ferber, Robert, 1975-1976
36 Fernandez Sessarego, Carlos, 1979
37 Finer, Neal B., 1975
38 Flawn, Peter T., 1979
39 Fontana, Bernard L., 1979-1981
40 Gaivar, Carlos, 1978
41 Garza, Rudolph O. De La, 1974-1977
42 Giffords Fraser, Gloria, 1981-1982
43 Glasscock, J. Tom, 1978
44 Gleason, Ron, 1979
45 Gonzalez, H.B. (Congressman), 1976-1981
46 Mendez, Vincent, 1994
47 Talamantes, Inez, 1993
48 Cataloguing of Colonial Art and Visual Materials, 1981
49 Mexican Art and Culture Through the Ages (brochure), 1973
50 [Talk on Chicano Art; Pre-Columbian Art Notes], 1980
51 National Geographic Society, 1969
52 [Invitation to Quirarte's retirement party, with portrait sketch by Luis Jimenez], 1999
53 Pre-Columbian America: I; Mesoamerica, 1971
54 Splendors of the Golden Age: Three Centuries of Spanish Colonial Art - exhibition guide from Epcot Center, 1987
55 Correspondence, 1973-1977
56 Correspondence, 1981-1988
57 Correspondence, 1991-1997
58 Correspondence, 2002-2005, undated
59 Pearson, James, undated
60 J. Helland. "Aztec Imagery In Frida Kahlo's Paintings." Woman's Art Journal, 1990-1991
61 Paul Rivard Project-Maya Clippings, 1980-1993
62 Paul Rivard NY Times Project, 1983-1994
63 Bibliographic Committee - Form letter sent to all of the attached, undated
64 Bibliography Committee on Colonial Materials Of The U.S. Southwest-Status Report from Lorene Pouncey, 1981
65 [Teaching notes], 1975-1982
66 [Catalogues and News Clippings], 1961-1966
67 La Virgen De Guadalupe, undated
68 Orozco, J.C. Frescoes at Dartmouth, undated
69 Correspondence Acknowledged, 1981-1987
70 Los Pequenos Grabadores En Madera (Text) Charlot, 1924
71 Pintores De La Nueva Raza, 1971
72 Cesar Martinez - Interview - (Smithsonian/McNay Projects), 1997
73 [American Heritage, America's Archaeology, Art in America, American Scholar, Other (subscriptions)], undated
74 Association for Latin American Art - Involuntary Dissolution, 1994
75 The Latino Presence in the United States, 1917-1970 - Exhibition planning notes, 1985
76 Personal and family papers, undated
77 Mexican Culture & the Healing Arts, 1974
78 [Images of Mexico - exhibit and symposium poster], 1988
79 [Santeros Norteños - Catalogue of Northern New Mexican artists and wood carvers], undated
80 Correspondence with Gerrianne Schaad, 2004
81 Independent Study - Roberto Sifuentes - photos of Dia de los Muertos altars, 1998
82 [Correspondence with publisher - Harry N. Abrams, Inc.], undated
83 [Correspondence with publisher - Lorna Adams], 1995
84 The Murals of Chicano Park, San Diego, California - by Pamela Jane Ferree, 1994
85 [Association for Latin American Art], 1979
86 Illustrations; Data Sheets; AHC 1033; Project 85, undated
87 Arizona International Latina/o Arts Festival (includes artists' brochures), 2004
88 Chicano Studies (course packet), 1984
89 [Newsletters], 1978-1983
Box Folder
12 1 Black, Byron - AHC 5813 - Frida Kahlo's The Wounded Deer, 1992
2 Cheal, Susan - AHC 5813 - A Subjective Interpretation, 1989
3 Fisher, Richard C. - Research Project - Mayan and Olmec Sculpture, 1970
4 Garza-Valdes, L. and Stross, B. - Rock Varnish on a Pre-Columbian Green Jasper, 1992
5 Kier, Marcia - The Wearing Apparel and Paraphernalia of the Ball-Game Players, 1970
6 Ralph, Ronald W. - Art 379M.1 - Hjuastecan Archaeology, 1969
7 Suescum, Haydee V. - The Conch, 1989
8 Youngquist, Kathleen - AHC 5813 - A Collection of Drawings of Gesturing Hands from Maya Vase Paintings, 1989
9 A History 154C Pre Columbian Art of Mexico and Central America, 1984
10 Art History 7E Professor Quirarte Winter, 1984
11 St. Louis Art Museum, 1978
12 Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico Mexican Institute, San Antonio, 1976-1981
13 Tel Aviv University, 1977
14 Stanford University, 1976
15 Denver Art Museum, 1976-1978
16 Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, 1979-1982
17 Correspondence Professional Tino Villanueva Imagine Magazine, 1984-1985
18 Artist Unzueta Manuel, 1979-1982
19 CARA Exhibition Correspondence Edith Tonelli, 1989-1990
20 CARA Exhibition Correspondence General and Phone Log, 1989
21 Latin American Studies Association Conference - Workshop Grant Proposals, 1977
22 BYU Project El Mirador, 1981
23 [Slides containing images of Pre-Columbian Art (50 slides)], undated
24 [Notecards on Mexican Muralists], undated
25 Photographs of Pre-Columbian artifacts; Connie Gibson], undated
26 [Photographs of Olmec Statues], undated
27 Articles from Smithsonian Magazine (to be used for slides and reference), 1975-1982
28 [Student reports on Chicano Artists: Amalia Rodriguez - Carmen Lomas Garza/Vicente Rodriguez; Daniel Garcia - Rogelio Chapa; J.V. Mollicone - Jesse Trevino; Karl Welty - Luis Jimenez; Kathy Vargas - Santos; Gertrude S. Shwiff - Jesse Trevino], 1972-1986
29 Correspondence, 1976-1988
30 Celorio, M. Project, 1972-1972
31 Dean Rhoderick Key, 1981-1983
32 UTSA - General Correspondence; Michael F. Kelly, Dean, 1980-1981
33 News Fellows Conference, Balmoral Woods Inn, Crete, Illinois. (Danforth Foundation), September 4-8, 1978
34 Advisory Committee for Pre-Columbian Studies & Pre-Columbian Conference, Washington, D.C., October 13-15, 1978
35 Austin, Texas, Visual Arts & Architecture Panel Meeting - Laguna Gloria Art Museum, October 17, 1978
36 Austin, Texas American Society of Ethnohistory Conference & RCA Meeting, November 2-4, 1978
37 Austin, Texas Meeting with Bill Glade and Terry Grieder, December 1, 1978
38 Cultural Influences on Art Education" New Mex. State U., Santa Fe, N.M., 1977
39 L.A.S.A. Planning Committee Folder for 1977 Annual Meeting in Houston, Texas, 1977
40 Testimony Before NCA - November 10-12, Washington, D.C., 1977
41 Conference - New Orleans; April 19-22, 1978
42 Symposium - The Chicano Experience in Texas: Houston, Texas, April 19-20, 1978
43 Washington, D.C. - May 25: Pilot Grant Application Reviews, 1978
44 Travel - To attend Coordinating Board meeting regarding pending programs, Austin, Texas - March 7 & 8, 1977
45 Travel - Washington, D.C. - To Dumbarton Oaks Museum and NEH March 19-22, 1977
46 Travel - SAA Symposium, New Orleans, Louisiana, April 27-30, 1977
47 Travel: New York / New Haven / Wash., D.C. June 1 through June 7; A.R.I.A. Board / N.E.H.--D.C., 1977
48 Travel - World Premiere of "America at the Movies" and A.R.B.A. meeting; Washington, D.C., June 27 & 28, 1976
49 Travel - ICFAD Annual Meeting in Florida, Sept. 29-Oct. 2, 1976
50 Travel - To Present Paper on "Mexican Influence of U.S. Art 1930-1936" at Inst. of Hispanic Culture Meeting, Houston, Texas - Oct. 8 & 9, 1976
51 Travel - HEW meeting in New York City - November 3, 1976; Did not attend, 1976
52 Travel - Washington, D.C. for NEH Education Projects Panel Meeting, Dec. 9, 1976
53 Travel - HEW/Labor Dept. meeting Washington, D.C., December 10, 1976
54 Travel - National Endowment for the Humanities - February 23, 1976
55 Travel Folder - H.E.W. Washington, D.C. - Feb. 27, 1976
56 Travel - American Revolution Bicentennial Adm. - New York City, New York; March 3-4, 1976
57 Travel - LASA meeting in Atlanta; March 24, 1976
58 Travel - Lecture at Pan American University, Edinburg, TX; April 12, , 1976
59 Travel - HEW meeting, Washington, D.C. May 26-27, 1976
60 [Minoru Yamasaki; Staempfli (World Trade Center)], 1967
61 [Martha Jackson Gallery exhibition posters and invitations], 1966-1972
62 [Exhibit catalogues, invitations, and posters], 1966-2002
63 [Poster Originals Limited catalogues (American Art Posters; European Art Posters)], 1968
64 [Leo Castelli exhibition invitations (Jasper Johns, Robert Rauschenberg)], 1969
Drawer Folder
71 1 [Leo Castelli exhibition posters (Dan Flavin, Robert Rauschenberg, Frank Stella, Cy Twombly)], 1967-1970
2 [Leo Castelli exhibition posters (Jasper Johns, Donald Judd)], 1968-1969
3 [Eighth Annual New York Avant Garde Festival (Armory Show)], 1971
Box Folder
12 65 [Allan Frumkin Gallery exhibition invitations], 1968-1972
Drawer Folder
71 4 [Allan Frumkin Gallery exhibition posters], 1968
Box Folder
12 66 [Fischbach Gallery exhibition invitations], 1968-1971
Drawer Folder
71 5 [Fischbach Gallery exhibition posters], 1969
Box Folder
12 67 [Kornblee Gallery exhibition invitations], 1965
Drawer Folder
71 6 [Kornblee Gallery exhibition posters], 1966
7 [Imported Gift Wrapping Paper], undated
Box Folder
OM 1 3 [The Mexican Fine Arts Center Museum, Chicago, exhibition catalogues (Jose Guadalupe Posada Aguilar; Francisco Toledo)], 1988-1989
Box Folder
13 1 Berlin, H. "The High Altar of Huejotzingo," 1958
2 Lemonick. "Secrets of the Maya." Time, 1993
3 Longyear, Copan, 1952
4 Lothrop. "Metals From the Cenote of Sacrifice," 1952
5 Joyce Marcus Papers 2006
6 Marcus, Joyce "Territorial Organization of the Lowland Classic Maya," 1973
7 Marcus, J. "Zapotec Chiefdoms and the Nature of Formative Religions," 1989
8 Amada Martínez Reyes, "Los Cinco Señores: Una Pintura del Siglo XVI En La Catedral de México," 1983
9 Mathews, P. and L. Schele. "Lords of Palenque-The Glyphic Evidence," 1973
10 Maudslay, A.P. "Ruins of Palenque." Biologia Centrali-Americana, [1889-1902]
11 Méluzin, S. "The Tuxtla Statuette: An Internal Analysis of Its Writing System," 1987
12 S.W. Miles. "Sculpture of the Guatemala-Chiapas Highlands and Pacific Slopes, and Associated Hieroglyphs" in Handbook of Middle American Indians, 1965
13 Mary Miller. "Imaging Maya Art," 1997
14 Miller, V. "Dissertation"; UT Austin, 1980
15 Morrison, F.; Benavente, J.; Clewlow, C.W.; Heizer, R.F. "Magnetometer Evidence of a Str. within La Venta Pyr," 1970
16 Moyssen, S. "Las Pinturas Perdidas de La Catedral de México," 1970
17 Navarrete, C. "Algunas Piezas Olmecas de Chiapas y Guatemala," 1971
18 Nicholson, H.B. "The Mixteca-Puebla Concept in Mesoamerican Archeology: A Re-examination," 1979
19 H.B. Nicholson. "The New Tenochtitlan Templo Mayor Coyolxauhqui-Chantico Monument," undated
20 H.B. Nicholson. "Origins of Religious Art and Iconography in Preclassic Mesoamerica," 1976
21 X. Noguez. "La Diadema de Turquesa (Xiuhuitzolli) y Las Alianzas de Senorios," 1973
22 Orellana Tapia, R. "Nueva Lapida Olmecoide de Izapa, Chiapas," undated
23 Orrego Corzo, M. Et. Al. Recientes Investigaciones Arqueologicas En El Sitio Arqueologico Abaj Takalik, 1988
24 Paddock, John. "Mixtec-Puebla Culture in the Valley of Oaxaca," 1974
25 Parsons, Lee A. "Iconographic Notes on a new Izapan stela from Abaj Takalik, Guatemala in Attidel XL Congresso Internazionale degli Americanisti," 1972
26 Paz, O. "The Power of Ancient Mexican Art," 1990
27 Pendergast, David M. "Altun Ha, Honduras Britanica (Belice): Temporadas 1966-1968," 1970
28 Peterson, J. "The Virgin of Guadalupe," 1987-1990
29 K.K. Peterson. "Observations on the Ik Windows at Palenque," 1983
30 Pohl, J.M.D. "MITLA" undated
31 Proskouriakoff, T. "Graphic Designs on Mesoamerican Pottery," 1968
32 Proskouriakoff, T. "Varieties of Classic Central Veracruz Sculpture," 1954
33 Puleston, Dennis E. "An Experimental Approach to the Function of Classic Maya Chultuns," 1971-1973
34 Quiñones, Keber, E. Several Articles on Manuscripts, 1987
35 Quirarte; HUM 3423 Arquitectura Prehispanica, 1964
36 Rands, R.L. "Relationship of Monumental Stone Sculp. Of Copan w/ the Maya Lowlands," 1968
37 Rauh, James H, 1970
38 Reed, A.M. "El Cenote Sagrado de Chichen Itza Cede de Nuevo Antiguo Tesoro," 1961
39 Robertson, Donald. "Domestic Architecture of the Aztec Period: Mapa de Quinatzin," undated
40 Robertson, Donald. "Man, Architecture and Landscape in Sixteenth Century Mexican American Manuscript Painting," undated
41 Robertson, Donald. "Micro-History of Eighteenth-Century Mexico: The Techialoyan Codices," undated
42 Robertson, Donald. "The Treatment of Architecture in the Codex Florentino of Sahagun," undated
43 Robertson, Donald. "Some Comments on Mixtec Historical Manuscripts," 1974
44 Robertson. Some Remarks on Stone Relief Sculpture at Pal, 1973
45 Robicsek. "Three Decorated Skulls Found in the Maya Area," 1991
46 F. Sanders. "The 'Twin Stelae' of Seibal," 1977
47 Schavelzon, Daniel - Publicaciones: Arquitectura, Cultura, 1978
48 L. Schele. "A New Look at the Dynastic History of Palenque," 1992
49 L. Schele. "Palenque: The House of the Dying Sun," undated
50 A.E. Schlak. The Venus Gods. Dissertation, 1983
51 Schuster, A.M.H. "Rituals of the Modern Maya," 1997
52 Sharp, Rosemary. "Architecture as Inter-Elite Communication in Pre-Conquest Veracruz, Oaxaca, and Yucatan," 1973
53 Shook, E.M. "An Olmec Sculpture from Guatemala," 1956
54 Smith, A.L. and Willey, G.R. "Seibal, Gua. in 1968: A Brief Summary of Archaeological Results," 1968
55 Smith, Mary E. "Codex Selden: A Manuscript from the Valley of Nochixtlan?" 1974
56 Spinden, H. "An Archaeological Junket in Yucatan," 1931
57 Stastny, Francesco. "A Note On Two Frescoes In The Sistine Chapel," 1979
58 Stephens, J.L. "Chapter XVIII." (Palenque) Incidents of Travel in Central America, Chiapas & Yucatan, 1949
59 Stirling, M. "Stone Monuments of Southern Mexico," 1943
60 Stirling, M.W. "Stone Monu. of Southern Mexico," Also "Stone Monu. of the Rio Chiquito, Veracruz, Mexico," 1943
61 A. Stone. "Variety and Transformation in the Cosmic Monster Theme at Quirigua, Guatemala," 1983
62 Stross, B. "Maize and Fish: The Icono of Power in Late Formative Mesoamerica," 1994
63 Stross, B. "The Mesoamerican Cosmic Portal: An Early Zapotec Example," 1996
64 Stuart, G.E. "The Carved Stela from La Mojarra, Veracruz, Mexico," 1993
65 C.E. Tate, "Yaxchila," 1992
66 Taube, K. "Structure 10L-16 and Its Early Classic Antecedents," undated
67 Taylor, Walter W. "The Ceremonial Bar and Assoc. Features of Maya Ornamental Art," 1941
68 Thompson, J.E. "Late Ceramic Horizons at Benque Viejo, Br. Hond," 1940
69 Thompson, Eric J. "Myth, Metaphor and Other Factors in Maya Representation of Fauna," 1972
70 Thompson, J. Eric S. "Preliminary Decipherments of Maya Glyphs," 1970
71 Thompson, Eric. "Sky Bearers, Colors and Directions in Maya and Mexican Religion," 1934
72 Thompson, J.E.S. "Some Sculptures from S.E. Quetzaltenango, Gua," 1943
73 Tolstoy, P. "Surface survey of the northern Valley of Mexico: the classic & post-classic periods," 1958
74 Totten, G.O. Maya Architecture, undated
75 Umberger, Emily. Seated Figures on Izapan Stelae, 1970
76 Urcid Serrano, J. Papers on Zapotec Writing, 1989
77 Vaillant, G.C. "Chronology & Stratigraphy in the Mayan Area," 1935
78 Vaillant, George C. "A Correlation of Archaeological and Historical Sequences in the Valley of Mexico," 1938
79 Vaillant, G.C. "The History of the Valley of Mexico," 1936
80 Vaillant, Geo. C. "History & Stratigraphy in the Valley of Mex," 1937
81 Von Winning, Hasso. "Die Mythologische Bedeutungeiner olmekischen Jaguarskulptur," 1975
82 Von Winning, Hasso. "Las Escarificaciones en las Figurillas de Campeche," 1980
83 Von Winning, H. "Los Relieves en los Propulsores del Museo Pigorini, Roma, y de Florencia," 1975
84 Wicke, Charles R. "Once More Around The Tizoc Stone: A Reconsideration," 1975
85 Willey, G. "Maya Archaeological Research At Harvard University," 1964
86 Williams, H. and R.F. Heizer. "Geological notes on the Ruins of Mitla and Other Daxacan Sites, Mexico," 1965
87 Williams, H. and R.F. Heizer. "Sources of Rocks Used in Olmec Monuments," 1965
88 Williams, S. "Death and Destruction in the Name of Art," 1972
89 Winfield Capitaine, Fernand. "La Estela 1 de La Mojarra, Veracruz, Mexico," 1988
90 Wittkower, R. and B.A.R. Carter. "The Perspective of Piero della Francesca's 'Flagellation,'" 1953
91 Wollank, Ingrid "Pre-Colombian Studies in West Germany," undated
92 Colonial Art: Outlines of Articles and Bibliography, undated
93 Colonial Art: Painting Arch in Peru & Bolivia, undated
94 Pre-Columbian Art. Contraband Articles on this Problem, 1972
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OM 2 1 Codexes Bibliography [index cards] and Photographs, 1972, undated
1 Colonial Art and Architecture [bibliographic index cards], undated

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Series 2. Research Center for the Arts (RCA)

This series contains records from the Research Center for the Arts (RCA), a multidisciplinary unit established in 1977 within the College of Fine and Applied Arts. Jacinto Quirarte was the founding director of the Center, which aimed to provide leadership in the arts by encouraging professional research in the visual and performing arts, focusing on Pre-Columbian, Hispanic, and Colonial influences. In later years the Center was known as the Research Center for Arts and Humanities, and even later, the Research Center for the Visual Arts. The first subseries in this section is dedicated to administrative files and newsletters from the RCA. The remaining six subseries are each related to a specific project, including the grant-funded creation of curriculum materials and published resources for students and teachers, and the development of research symposia and workshops.
Subseries 2.1 Research Center for the Arts (RCA) Administrative Files
Box Folder
14 1 RCA Review; Vol. 1, No. 1, 1978
2 RCA Review; Vol. 1, No. 2, 1978
3 RCA Review; Vol. 1, No. 3, 1978
4 RCA Review; Vol. 1, No. 4, 1978
5 RCA Review; Vol. 2, Nos. 1-2, 1979
6 RCA Review; Vol. 2, No. 3, 1979
7 RCA Review; Vol. 2, No. 4, 1979
8 RCA Review; Vol. 3, No. 1, 1980
9 RCA Review; Vol. 3, No. 2, 1980
10 RCA Review; Vol. 3, Nos. 3-4, 1980
11 RCA Review; Vol. 3, Nos. 3-4; Typesetting & Pasteup, 1980
12 RCA Review; Vol. 4, Nos. 1-2, 1981
13 RCA Review; Vol. 4, Nos. 1-2; Typesetting & Pasteup, 1981
14 RCA Review; Vol. 4, No. 3, 1981
15 RCA Review; Vol. 4, No. 3; Typesetting & Pasteup, 1981
16 RCA Review; Vol. 4, No. 3; Work papers, 1981
17 RCA Review; Vol. 4, No. 4; Publication, 1981
18 RCA Review; Vol. 4, No. 4; Typescript, 1981
19 RCA Review; Vol. 5, No. 1; Publication, 1982
20 RCA Review; Vol. 5, No. 2; Publication, 1982
21 RCA Review; Vol. 5, No. 3; Publication, 1982
22 RCA Review; Vol. 5, No. 3; Typesetting & Pasteup, 1982
23 RCA Review; Vol. 5, No. 3; Typescript, 1982
24 RCA Review; Vol. 5, No. 4; Publication, 1982
25 RCA Review; Vol. 5, No. 4; Work papers, 1982
26 RCA Review; Vol. 5, No. 4; Typesetting & Pasteup, 1982
27 RCA Review; Vol. 5, No. 4; Typescript, 1982
28 RCAH Review; Vol. 6, No. 1, 1983
29 RCAH Review; Vol. 6, No. 1; Work papers, 1983
30 RCAH Review; Vol. 6, No. 1; Typescript, 1983
31 RCAH Review; Vol. 6, Nos. 2-3, 1983
32 Review; Vol. 6, Nos. 2-3, 1983; Typesetting sheets, 1983
33 RCAH Review; Vol. 6, No. 4, 1983
34 RCA General; Descriptive Narrative, 1976-1978
35 RCA General; Prospectus, 1978
36 RCA Review; Copyrights, 1978-1982
37 [RCA Correspondence], 1981
38 [RCAH Correspondence], 1984
39 [RCA - Annual Report], 1997
40 [RCAH News], 1979
41 RCAH Grants And Contracts Awarded, 1978-1982
42 RCA General (Personal) Annual Report Items/Info, 1981-1982
43 RCA General Report Annual Report Submitted By Dean Kelly, 1980
44 UTSA - General Information Jacinto Quirarte (RCA), 1979-1981
45 RCAH Publications, 1985
46 Letters from Gov. Antonio Martinez to the Viceroy Juan Ruiz de Apodaca, 1983
47 IV Encounter of Two Worlds: Reflections and Perspectives, 1992
48 RCA General - Mail, 1976-1977
49 RCA General - Logos, 1978
50 RCAH - Time tables, 1984-1987
51 RCVA Projects: A Study of San Antonio, 1980
52 [Enclosures - Appendices; Appendix J & K], undated
Subseries 2.2 San Antonio Project
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14 53 Sept. 20, '75-10:00 am - 5:00 pm; Meet with Donald Robertson on NEH Grant in AHC - Lutcher Center, 1975
54 Conference with Sue Cole and Joe Gordon on July 5, 1975
55 Meetings with Dr. Susan Cole in Washington, D.C. August 1-2, 1975
56 Jacinto Quirarte Papers Related to S. A. Project, 1975-1977
57 San Antonio Project; Correspondence w/NEH, 1976-1979
58 San Antonio Project: Courses (Old & Proposed), 1977
59 San Antonio Project (2nd Version); [includes a copy of Historic San Antonio: 1700-1900], 1977
60 SAP Meeting - April 14, 1978
61 SAP Meeting - April 26, 1978
62 SAP Workshop - Institute of Texan Cultures, May 17-19, 1978
63 SAP Workshop - Institute of Texan Cultures, June 30, 1978
64 SAP Meeting - Dean's Conference Room, August 16, 1978
65 SAP Meeting - Dean's Conference Room, October 25, 1978
66 SAP Meeting - Dean's Conference Room, November 21, 1978
67 San Antonio Project: Newspaper Articles, 1978
68 Implementation of "A Study of San Antonio," 1978
69 San Antonio Project: Correspondence to UTSA Persons, 1978-1979
70 SAP Meeting - April 3, 1979
71 SAP - Evaluatory Meeting; August 20-21, 1979
72 SAP II, 1979-1980
73 SAP Meeting; (Lutcher Center), January 18-19, 1980
74 San Antonio Project: Implementation, 1980
75 SAP - Final Report Draft, undated
76 San Antonio Project: Final Report; Grant Application 1978-1979
77 San Antonio Project: Final Report, 1979-1980
78 San Antonio Project -- Final Report and NEH Letter of Acceptance, 1980
79 San Antonio Project Poster [photos], undated
Subseries 2.3 Task Force on Hispanic American Arts
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15 1 [Members of the Task Force on Hispanic American Arts], 1977-1979
2 Task Force - Conf. Notes, 1977-1979
3 Task Force Symposium Participant; Tomas Ybarra-Frausto, 1979
4 Task Force Symposium Participant; Gabriel Sorzano, 1979
5 Task Force Symposium Participant; Tomás Rivera, 1979
6 Task Force Meeting; Washington, D.C., December 1-2, 1977
7 Task Force Meeting - Hispanic Americans In The Arts, January 19-20, 1978
8 Los Angeles, California, Meeting of the Task Force On Hispanic American Arts, March 14-17, 1978
9 Chicago, Illinois - Meet with Jose Gonzalez, March 31-April 1, 1978
10 Meeting with L.A. Task Force members, April 28, 1978
11 Tucson, Arizona Task Force on Hispanic American Arts Meetings, May 30-June 3, 1978
12 Task Force Meeting: Chicago; Sept 19-23, 1978
13 Task Force on Hispanic American Arts Meeting, New York, New York, Nov. 9-11, 1978
14 Hispanic American Aesthetic Symposium, 1979
15 Task Force Symposium; Apr 29, 1979
16 National Symposium On Chicano Art; April, 1979
17 Task Force Symposium; Correspondence following meeting, 1979
18 Task Force Mtg: Miami/San Juan, 1979
19 Task Force: Interim/Final Report, 1979-1981
20 Washington, D.C. Meeting (Aug. 10-11) Meeting Notes, 1979
21 Travel - Washington, D.C., March 12-13 (Steering Comm. mtg.), 1980
22 Task Force: News Clippings, 1978-1979
23 Task Force on Hispanic American Arts - San Juan Meeting, 1979
24 Task Force Member: Jose Gonzalez, 1978-1981
25 Task Force Member: Carmen Lomas Garza, 1978
26 Task Force Member: Luis Jimenez, Jr., 1978-1979
27 Task Force on Hispanic American Arts - Report, 1979
28 Task Force Hispanic American Arts Presentation by Dr. Quirarte Nov. 12, 1978
29 Task Force on Hispanic American Arts (Handbook), 1978
30 South/Central Plains Region: Oct. 27 Meeting of Consultants, 1978
31 Texas Region: Organizational Meeting, San Antonio, Texas, 1978
32 Texas Region: Typing Originals, 1978
33 [Information Center for Hispanic American Arts; Timetable for Project Activities], 1981
34 Correspondence Following the Meeting, September 23, 1980
35 Steering Committee Meeting Notes, Washington, D.C., June 26-28, 1980
36 Task Force Advisory Committee Meeting, San Antonio, TX, January 29-31 to February 1, 1981
37 Task Force Meeting, Washington, D.C., Preliminary Correspondence, June 26-28, 1980
38 Task Force Meeting, Washington, D.C., Correspondence Following Meeting, June 26-28, 1980
39 Steering Committee Meeting, San Antonio, May 8-9, 1980
40 Preliminary Correspondence March 12-14, 1980
41 Meeting Notes, March 12-14, 1980
42 Correspondence following meeting, March 12-14, 1980
43 Task Force Advisory Meeting (Oct. 15); Preliminary Correspondence, 1979
44 TF-Advisory Com. Mtg, Wash. D.C.; General Information, Oct. 15, 1979
45 Task Force Meeting (Advisory Comm.), Washington, D.C., October 15, 1979
46 TF Advisory Committee meeting, Correspondence Following the Meeting, Oct. 15, 1979
47 Summary of Actions Wash. Mtg., Oct 15, 1979
48 Post-Report Activities of SC, 1980
49 Task Force, Steering Committee, and Advisory Committee Meetings, 1979-1980
50 Information Center for Hispanic American Arts, 1980
51 Task Force Planning Folder for Hispanic Information Center, 1980
52 TF-Proposal: The Establishment of an Hispanic American Arts Info. Center, 1980
53 Information Center Proposal, 1980
54 [Task Force] Role & Scope Meeting: Correspondence following Meeting, 1978
55 [Task Force on Hispanic American Arts and notes], 1978
56 Directory on Hispanic American Arts Organizations, 1981
57 [Task Force on Hispanic American Arts - Meetings], 1979
Subseries 2.4 A History and Appreciation of Chicano Art
Box Folder
16 1 Art and Architecture of Ancient Mexico and Guatemala, 1984
2 A History and Appreciation of Chicano Art - drafts, undated
3 Chicano Art Project Source Materials Mexican Art, 1951-1978
4 Artist: Aranda, Guillermo, 1976-1983
5 Arreguin Alfredo, 1991
6 Correspondence Chicano Art Judy Baca, 1977-1987
7 Barraza, Santa; Art Of The Other Mexico, 1989
8 Artist: Carrillo, Ed, 1971-1975
9 Correspondence Mario Castillo, 1968-1984
10 Artist: Fabela, Ricardo, 1974-1975
11 Correspondence Chicano Art Rupert Garcia, 1979-1984
12 Correspondence Chicano Art Geronimo Garduno, 1984
13 Chicano Artist: Grijalva Villasenor Lucila, 1976
14 Luis Guerra; Chicano Artist, 1989-1990
15 Correspondence Chicano Art Willie Herron, 1981
16 Correspondence Chicano Art Ester Hernandez, 1977-1981
17 Artist: Leon, Nephtali De, 1978-1979
18 Chicano Artist: Limon Leo, 1952
19 Correspondence Chicano Art Carmen Lomas Garza, 1982-1984
20 Lomas Garza, Carmen; Art of the Other Mexico, 1971-2001
21 Chicano Artist: Lopez, A. David, 1975
22 Lujan, Magu: Art Of The Other Mexico, 1991
23 Martinez, Cesar. "Arte: Don Juan Volador" and "Arte Chicano" Both from El Caracol. San Antonio, undated
24 Chicano Artists: Cesar Martinez, 1989-1991
25 Martinez, Cesar; Art of the Other Mexico, 1972-1992
26 Correspondence Chicano Art; Manuel Martinez, 1977-1984
27 Correspondence Chicano Art; Amalia Mesa Baines, undated
28 Mesa Baines, Amalia; Art of the Other Mexico, 1991
29 Open Slot/Open Studio; Don Arday, Celia Munoz, 1989-1991
30 Correspondence Chicano Art; Victor Ochoa, 1981-1984
31 Tony Ortega; Chicano Art, 1992
32 Artist: Ramirez, Dan, 1976
33 Correspondence Chicano Art; Patricia Rodriguez, 1978-1984
34 Correspondence Chicano Art; Frank Romero, 1984
35 Artist: Torres, Salvador, 1972-1976
36 Correspondence Chicano Art; George Truan, 1984
37 Artist: Yanez, Rene, 1977-1980
38 Chicano Artists: Mel Casas, 1989
39 Artist: Cervantes, Pedro L., 1951-1971
40 Chicano Art; Clippings, 1977-2001
41 Chicano Artists: Luis Jimenez, 1972-2001
42 Artist: Jimenez, Luis (1), 1969-1995
43 Artist: Jimenez, Luis (2), 1970-1995
44 Correspondence Chicano Art; Luis Jimenez, 1984-1999
45 Jimenez, Luis; Art of the Other Mexico, 1977-1992
46 Artist: Montoya, Jose, 1973-1980
47 Artist: Villa, Esteban, 1973-1975
48 Chicano Art Project; Artist: Guerrero, Zarco, 1981
49 Chicano Art Project; Artist: Guerrero, Jose, 1981
50 Marcos Raya, 1975-1984
51 Chicano Art Project Source Materials; Maps; Southwest, undated
Box Folder
17 1 Chicano Art Project Source Materials; Maps; Pacific Coast, 1985
2 Chicano Art Curriculum Project; Syllabus; Original Text, 1980
3 Chicano Art Book; Work Papers/Biblio, undated
4 Chicano Art Project: The Reader; (Packet Two: Original), undated
5 Chicano Art Project; Bibliography, undated
6 Chicano Material: murals painted during 1922-1935, 1981
7 Gomez Quinones, Juan. "El Paso de Juarez: History, Change, Policy and Crisis in the Eighties," 1985
8 Clark y Moreno, Joseph A. "A Bibliography of Bibliographies Relating to Mexican-American studies." El Grito; Summer, 1970
9 Decolores. Vol 1, No. 3; Albuquerque, N.M., Summer, 1974
10 Crews, Mildred, Wendell Anderson and Judson Crews "Taos Wood Carver" La Luz; November, 1974
11 "Part I The Pittian Thesis and Its Elements" El Grito, Fall, 1972
12 Lange, Yvonne. "Lithography, and agent of technological change in religions folk art: a thesis". Western Folklore, 1974
13 Coe, Michael D.: Early Steps in the Evolution of Maya Writing, undated
14 Du Terroil, Anna M.; Maya Collection: Witte Museum Iconographic and Stylistic Study Part I, 1975
15 Murguia, Edward. "The Mexican American People: Their Colonization and Decolonization." Assimilation, Colonialism and the Mexican American People, 1975
16 La Verdad, 1975
17 Leviness, W. Thetford "Sacred Art in Santa Fe" La Luz, 1972
18 "The Shrine at Chimayo" La Luz, 1972
19 "The Main Event" El Caracol, 1979
20 Castaneda, Alfredo. "Persisting Ideologies of Assimilation in America: Implications for Psychology and Education." Atisbos, 1975
21 Catlin, S.L. "Some Sources and Uses of Pre-Columbian Art in the Cuernavaca Frescos of Diego Rivera"; XXXV Congreso Internacional de Americanistas: Mexico undated
22 Galarza, Ernesto. "Mexicans in the Southwest: A Culture in Process." Plural Society in the Southwest, 1972
23 Garcia, Mario T. "Jose Vasconcelos and La Raza." El Grito, 1969
24 Garcia, Ralph. "Misconceptions or Stereotyping the Chicano and Mexican Arts in San Antonio" El Caraco, 1979
25 Gibbs, J.F. "The Retablo Ex-Voto in Mex. Churches," 1954
26 LeVinnes, W. T. "Primitive Religious Art in New Mexico." Liturgical Arts, undated
27 Dia de los Muertos, 1985-1987
28 Adams, Richard E.W., 1968-1971
29 Coe, Michael D.; Book Reviews, 1981
30 Bassie, K (Palenque Study) Chapt. 2, 1982
31 F. Morais. Mathias Goeritz, 1982
32 Rodriguez Prampolini, Ida, El Surrealismo y el art fantastico de Mexico. UNAM, 1983
33 National Murals Network; National Murals Newsletter, 1977
34 Art - Olmec, undated
35 [Curriculum materials for Chicano Art History and Appreciation], 1980-1981
36 The History of Chicano Art: An Interim Report, undated
37 [RCA - A History and Appreciation of Chicano Art], 1996
38 [Correspondence on History and Appreciation of Chicano Art], 1985
39 [A History and Appreciation of Chicano Art - Draft], 2003
40 (Draft) Curriculum Packet - Chicano Art History and Appreciation, 1980
41 History and Appreciation of Chicano Art, 1984
42 [Illustrations for A History and Appreciation of Chicano Art], undated
43 A History and Appreciation of Chicano Art, 1996
44 Chicano Art Project: Final Report; 1. Final Report, undated
45 A History and Appreciation of Chicano Art; Work papers for text, 1984
46 [Chicano Art], undated
47 Chicano Art Book Draft of Text to be Edited, undated
48 A History and Appreciation of Chicano Art; A Curriculum Project; II Appendices, undated
49 Chicano Art: Mailing List Audience, undated
50 Address List Chicano Artists, 1985
51 Chicano Art Project Book Project (Original Text: up to Chicano Public Art), 1984
52 Chicano Art Slide Lists Original Text, 1984-1985
53 Chicano Art [murals] Diagrams, undated
54 Chicano Art Project: Appendices/Syllabus (original text), undated
55 Chicano Art Project: The Syllabus (Original Text), undated
56 Chicano Art Project: The Syllabus (texts, Appendices, maps, diagrams, work papers and other materials), undated
Box Folder
18 1 Correspondence: A History and Appreciation of Chicano Art, 1981-1984
2 Correspondence; Wayne Alaniz Healy, 1979-1984
3 Correspondence; Aurelio Diaz; Chicano Art, 1984
4 Correspondence; Antonio Garcia; Chicano Art/Bronx Mus Project, 1984
5 Correspondence; Juanita Jaramillo; Chicano Art, 1977-1985
6 Correspondence; Jose Montoya - Chicano Art, 1984
7 Correspondence; Al Sanchez - Chicano Art, 1984
8 Correspondence; Mario Acevedo Torero - Chicano Art, 1981
9 Correspondence; Salvador Torres; Chicano Art, 1984
10 Correspondence; David Torrez; Chicano Art, 1981-1984
11 Correspondence; Manuel Unzueta; Chicano Art, 1984-1985
12 Correspondence; Esteban Villa; Chicano Art, 1984
13 Artist: Aguirre, Emilio, 1969-1971
14 [Luis Guillermo Guerra - Artist File], 1996
15 Artist: Lopez, Yolanda M., 1978
16 Artist: Tigre-Perez, Reymundo, 1979
17 Chicano Art Project - Press Release, 1971-1980
18 Chicano Art - Correspondence with Consultants, 1981
19 Chicano Art Project - Reader Addendum, undated
20 Chicano Art Project - Reader Letters and Introduction Sheets to Media Center, 1984
21 NEA - Chicano: Art Workshop, 1977
22 [May 6-7, 1984 - Reader Chicano Art/Quirarte], 1984
23 Chicano Curriculum Project, 1980-1981
24 Consultant: Peter Rodriguez, 1980-1981
25 Consultant: Klein, Cecelia, 1980
26 Consultant: Tomas Frausto Ybarra, 1980
27 Arts Organization: Regeneration (Los Angeles, CA), 1974
28 Raza Art & Media Collective Journal (Ann Arbor, MI), 1976
29 Arts Organization: Caracol (San Antonio, TX), 1979
30 Chicano Art Publications: General, 1976-1980
31 Arts Organization: The Mexican Museum (San Francisco, CA), 1978-81
32 Arts Organization: Mexican-American Cultural Center (San Antonio, Texas), 1974-1980
33 Chicano Art Book; Errata Sheets, 1985
34 Chicano Art: Book Project; Pre-Col. Art illus. (copies), undated
35 Chicano Art: Publications; San Diego, California, 1981-1982
36 Images of Chicano Art Murals, undated
37 [Galeria de la Raza - Flyers], 1977
38 Post Script to Contemporary Chicano Art, undated
39 Chicano Art Project; Form Letters, 1981
40 Chicano Art Project; Budget; Grant Award Notification - NEH, 1980-1981
41 La Cucaracha - May, 1978
42 Arriba - October, 1983
43 Chicano Art: Publications; Santa Barbara, California, 1981
44 Chicano Art Project - Visual Material, 1977-1980
45 Community Murals - Fall, 1981
46 Chicano Art Project: Permission Letters to Publishers, 1985
47 Chicano Film, 1979
48 A History and Appreciation of Chicano Art - A Curriculum Project - I Syllabus, 1986
49 A History and Appreciation of Chicano Art - A Curriculum Project - II Appendices, 1986
50 Slides Chicano Art Curriculum Project, undated
51 Chicano Art History: A Book of Selected Readings, 1984
52 A History and Appreciation of Chicano Art, 1996
Subseries 2.5 Decorative and Applied Arts at the Missions
Box Folder
19 1 Dec. and Applied Arts Data Sheets Prepared by Dr. Quirarte, undated
2 Missions Meeting, Nov. 19, 1981
3 Decorative and Applied Arts at the Missions Project - Letter sent with enclosures, 1981
4 Summary of Actions & Letter Sent to Participants on Mission Project Meeting, Nov. 19, 1981
5 Decorative and Applied Arts at the Missions: Summary of Actions, Dec. 7, 1981
6 Decorative and Applied Arts at the Mission (Letter, data sheets, list of sources) - For Meeting on Jan. 26, 1982
7 Decorative and Applied Arts at the Missions Meeting: Jan. 26, 1982 - agenda, lists of altar screens, biblio., 1982
8 Decorative and Applied Arts at the Missions: Donna Pierce Data Sheets, 1982
9 Decorative and Applied Arts at the Missions: Correspondence Donna Pierce, List of Sources and Data Sheets, 1982
10 Decorative and Applied Arts at the Missions Project: Letter sent to all members, 1982
11 Decorative and Applied Arts at the Missions: Cover Letter, summary of action, data sheets, table of contents, 1982
12 Decorative and Applied Arts at the Missions: Pouncy, Lorene, (Correspondence), 1981
13 Decorative and Applied Arts: Meeting March 23, 1982
14 Decorative and Applied Arts at the Missions: Work papers - Data Sheets of different missions, 1982
15 Decorative and Applied Arts at the Missions: Agenda and data sheets, March 23, 1982
16 Decorative and Applied Arts at the Missions: Draft 1, 1982
17 Decorative and Applied Arts at the Missions: Draft 2, 1982
18 Decorative and Applied Arts at the Missions Project: Work papers on Mission San Jose y San Miguel de Aguayo, 1982
19 Letter dated August 10, 1982 mailed with the text of the final report, 1982
20 Quirarte, J., The San Antonio Missions, 1982
21 Missions Project: Original Copy, 1982
22 Copy of Last Report, 1982
23 Decorative and Applied Arts at the Missions: Marlys Bush Thurber letter of Final Report, 1982
24 Report, 1982
25 Edited Text: Final Report, Submitted Aug. 10, 1982
26 Missions of Texas Book Project: Text comments by H. smith and D. Pierce, 1983
27 Decorative and Applied Arts at the Missions: Work papers San Antonio Missions Bibliography [1/2], 1982
28 Decorative and Applied Arts at the Missions: Work papers San Antonio Missions Bibliography [2/2], 1982
29 Tables 1-4 - Decorative and Applied Arts at the Missions, 1982
30 Decorative And Applied Arts at the Missions: Final Report - Draft, 1982
31 [List of illustrations (photographs)], 1982
32 [Decorative and Applied Arts at the Mission: Final Report], 1982
33 Quirarte, J, Appendix A: Narratives and Charts on the Missions, Typescript, 1982
34 [Brief history of San Antonio Missions manuscript], 1982
35 "Santos of the S.A. Missions: A Reconstruction," 1982
36 Inventory, 1762, 1772, 1785, 1824, undated
37 1824 Secularization Inventory Concepcion, San Jose, Capistrano, and Espada, Prepared by Donna Pierce, undated
38 Decorative & Applied Arts at the Missions: Photo Reels 1-4, Information on Espada, Index Cards, undated
39 Dec. and Applied Arts, Notes on Photography by Kathy Vargas, undated
40 [Espada Mission Information], 1980-2000
41 Bibliography, undated
Subseries 2.6 Festival Calderon
Box Folder
19 42 Festival Calderon ICA Proposal, 1980
43 Festival Calderon: Planning Grant, Work Papers, Copy of NEH Proposal and Application, 1979-1981
44 [Festival Calderon: Project Proposal], 1981
45 Proposal Festival Calderon, 1980
46 Festival Calderon mtg., 1980
47 Calderon work papers, 1980
48 Festival Calderon: Press Releases, 1980
49 Publicity, 1981
50 Meetings with Dr. Quirarte, 1980
51 Festival Calderon Workbook, 1981
52 El Mundo de Calderon: Brochures & Posters, 1981
Box Folder
OM 1 4 [El Mundo de Calderon], 1981
5 RCA - Hand-lettered invitation to Hidalgo/Calderon opera, 1981
Box Folder
19 53 Transcript of the Calderon Mtg; SW Colonial, 1981
54 Acceptance Letters, 1981
55 Festival Calderon: Cover letter to participants on the tapes and transcription sent also, 1981
56 Festival Calderon: Transcribing of Tapes (Oct. 3, 1981), 1981
57 Festival Calderon: Transcription of tapes that have been returned, 1982
58 Festival Calderon: Meetings held on Oct. 2-3, 1981 at the Lutcher Center (Summ of Actions & Agenda), 1981
59 Festival Calderon Notes, 1981
60 Calderon Publication: Deadline September 30, 1982
Subseries 2.7 How to Look at a Masterpiece
Box Folder
20 1 How to Look at a Masterpiece; Work papers 1/3, 1988-1989
2 How to Look at a Masterpiece; Work papers 2/3, 1988-1989
3 How to Look at a Masterpiece; Work papers 3/3, 1988-1994
4 Masterworks Book Project, Summer, 1988
5 How to Look at a Masterpiece, Revised Summer, 1998
6 Masterworks; Appendices, work papers, 1994
7 Masterworks; Illus. Orig. & Copies, undated
8 Masterpiece; Illus. 1/2, 1988-1989
9 Masterpiece; Illus. 2/2, 1988-1989
10 Preface, 1997
11 Masterworks of Art data sheets, undated
12 How to Look at a Masterpiece, unbound, 1989
13 How to Look at a Masterpiece: Text and Data Sheets on Selected Works of Art 1990
14 How to Look at a Masterpiece, unbound, 1990
15 How to Look at a Masterpiece, unbound, 1991
16 How to Look at a Masterpiece, Second Edition, 1994
17 How to Look at a Masterpiece, Fourth Edition, 1997

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Series 3. The Art and Architecture of the Texas Missions

The third series is comprised of materials collected and created in the course of writing his book, The Art and Architecture of the Texas Missions, which was published in 2002. These documents include typescripts, galley proofs, photographs, and other materials. This series is divided into three subseries: 3.1 Drafts and Related Materials includes correspondence with his publisher, notes, outlines, drafts, and other records of his writing process; 3.2 Bibliographic Texts for Research contains articles he gathered in the course of his research; 3.3 Photographic Negatives consists of images of the Texas Missions.
Subseries 3.1 Drafts and Related Materials
Box Folder
20 18 Book Project: Art and Architecture of the Texas Missions, UT Press, Deadline for typescript: 5-01-91, 1990
19 Correspondence - UT Press - Theresa May, 1996-2002
20 Correspondence - UT Press - Carolyn Cates Wylie, 2001
21 Correspondence - UT Press - Rachel Chance, 2000-2001
22 Photos/negatives - Missions book, undated
23 Witte Museum Photos, Huffstuttler, Missions book, 2001
24 Mission: illus. DRT Library, Utterback, 1982-2000
25 Missions book contract, 1990-1992
26 "Mission Man," article in Summer 2003 Sombrilla magazine, 2003
27 [Photos, prints for mission books 1/2], undated
28 [Photos, prints for mission books 2/2], undated
29 Missions project: copies of clippings, 1932-1950
30 The Texas Missions; published and unpublished papers, 1992
31 Orig. reproduction - altar drawings, undated
32 Photographs, undated
33 S.A. Missions project [photographs], undated
34 Decorative and Applied Arts at the Missions - newspaper clippings, 1982-1996
35 Missions text sent to reviewers 1/2, 2000
36 Missions text sent to reviewers 2/2, 2000
Box Folder
21 1 Figures and Drawings for Missions Book, undated
2 [Typescript, work papers by chapter, bibliography 1/3], undated
3 [Typescript, work papers by chapter, bibliography 2/3], undated
4 [Typescript, work papers by chapter, bibliography 3/3], undated
5 [Index and editor copy 1/3], undated
6 [Index and editor copy 2/3], undated
7 [Index and editor copy 3/3], undated
8 [Author proofs], 2002
9 Missions Book, Notes, undated
10 Glossary, undated
11 Maps, undated
12 Archaeological Plans, 1993
13 Espiritu Santo, undated
14 Xerox Copies, Espada, undated
15 Xerox Copies, Capistrano, undated
16 Xerox Copies, Concepcion, undated
17 Xerox Copies, San Jose de Aguayo, undated
18 Illustrations, Xerox Copies, undated
19 Santos Tables, 1999
20 Tables – Santos, Work papers, 1993
21 Tables – Archaeology, Work papers, 1993
22 Missions, California, 1989
23 Valero – Diagrams, Tables, 2000
24 Concepcion, undated
25 San Jose, undated
26 Painting Diagrams, 2000
27 Capistrano, 1993
28 Espada, 2000
29 Espiritu Santo, undated
30 Missions, La Junta de los Rios Work papers, 1991
31 Work papers, El Paso Missions, La Junta Missions, Lower Rio Grande Missions, 1991
32 Introduction, Work papers, 1990
33 Chapter 1, In Search of the Mythical Strait to Cathay, Work papers, 1997
34 Chapter 2, The Kingdom of the Texas, Work papers, undated
35 Missions, Chapter 2, Missions Drafts, undated
36 Chapter 3, The Conversion of Texas: A Census of Missions founded 1680-1793, Disk B48, 1995-1997
37 Chapter 3, The Conversion of Texas: A Census, Work papers, 1997
38 Chapter 4, The Colonial Documents, Work papers, undated
39 Chapter 4, The Colonial Documents: Letters, Inventories, and Reports 1740-1824, 1997
40 Chapter 5, The Art & Architecture, 1740-1824, 1997
41 Chapter 6, The Altarpieces, Work papers, 1997
42 Chapter 7, The Former Missions, Work papers, 1997
43 Chapter 8, A Critical Analysis, Exterior Spaces, Work papers, undated
44 Chapter 9, A Critical Analysis, Interior Spaces, Work papers, 1993
45 Chapter 10, Sources and Relationships, Conventos and Other Mission Fields, undated
46 Chapter 11, Summary and Conclusions, Work papers, undated
47 [La Bahia, Notes], 1992
48 Altarpieces, Diagrams with Captions, undated
49 Missions Book, Illustrated Xerox Copies, Labeled by Chapter, 1999
50 Diagrams – Altars, Before Corrections, undated
51 Copies from Scanned Images, UT Press, undated
52 Photos, Slides Scanned by Poindexter, UTSA, undated
53 List of Illustrations, 1982
54 Illustrations, 1982
55 [Missions Tables], undated
Box Folder
22 1 Missions Book, Introduction and Table of Contents, 1997
2 Missions Book: Timeline, undated
3 Missions Project, Original, Final Report, 1982
4 Copyedited Missions Book, Selected Pages, Extensive Responses to Copy Editor Questions, 2001
5 [The Art and Architecture of the Texas Missions, unbound draft 1/2], undated
6 [The Art and Architecture of the Texas Missions, unbound draft 2/2], undated
7 [The Art and Architecture of the Texas Missions, typed, unbound copy 1/3], undated
8 [The Art and Architecture of the Texas Missions, typed, unbound copy 2/3], undated
9 [The Art and Architecture of the Texas Missions, typed, unbound copy 3/3], undated
10 Schuetz K. Mardith: Correspondence; Typescript of San Antonio Missions, 1980-1982
11 Colonial Book Correspondence from Theresa May, 2000-2001
12 Correspondence. T. May; UT Press, 1987-2000
13 Permission Letters; Missions Book, 2000-2001
14 Missions Book; Reviews, 2001-2003
15 Missions Book; Permission Letters, 1999-2001
16 Book Announcements, 2001-2003
17 Mex Am & Missions Books, 2001-2002
18 UT Press; November 19, 1982; Austin, Texas, 1982-2003
19 Missions Book, San Antonio, Work papers, 1991-1997
20 Mission Texts, Colonial Documents, 1994-1995
21 Draft: Documents, (All Missions), 1994
Subseries 3.2 Bibliographic Texts for Research
Box Folder
22 22 Andrew, L. L. The Facade of Mission Concepcion, 1990
23 Arneson, Edwin P. The Early Art of Terrestrial Measurement and its Practice in Texas, 1925
24 Bannon, John Francis. The Spanish Borderlands Frontier, 1513-1821, 1970
25 Bannon, J. F. The Spanish Borderlands Frontier (Excerpts), 1970
26 Bartlett, J. R. Explorations and Incidents 1854 (Excerpts), 1854
27 Blake, R. B. Locations of the Early Spanish Missions and Presidio in Nacogdoches County, 1938
28 Bolton, Herbert E. The Founding of the Missions on the San Gabriel River, 1745-1749, 1914
29 “Itinerary of the De Leon Expedition” of 1690, Spanish Exploration in the Southwest, 1542-1706. Ed. By Bolton, 1916
30 Bolton. The Location of La Salle’s Colony on the Gulf of Mexico, 1924
31 Bolton, Herbert E. Spanish Mission Records at San Antonio, 1906
32 Bolton, H. E. The Spanish Occupation of Texas, SH Quarterly XVI, 1912
33 Browne, J. Ross. Adventures in the Apache Country, 1864
34 Buckley, E. C. The Aguayo Expedition into Texas and Louisiana 1719-1722, 1911
35 Chabot, F. C. The Purissima Concepcion of San Antonio, (Excerpt), also Excerpts from the Momorias, 1932
36 Clark, J.W. Mission San Jose y San Miguel De Aguayo, 1978
37 Clark, R. C. Louis Juchereau de Saint - Denis and the Re-establishment of the Tejas Missions, 1902
38 Cole, E. W. La Salle in Texas, 1946
39 Corner, W. M. San Antonio De Bexar: A Guide and History, 1890
40 Fr. M. F. De Los Dolores y Viana. Inventories, Espada: Capistrano; Concepcion; Valero, 1759
41 Fr. Bernard De Silva. Orcoquiza Inventory, September 12, 1766
42 Fr. Antonio Diaz De Leon (?). Inventory of San Jose Deaguayo, February 29, 1824
43 Fr. Antonio Diaz De Leon. Inventory of Espada, March 1 (?), 1824
44 Dunn, William E. The Founding of Nuestra Senora Del Refugio, The Last Spanish Mission in Texas, 1921
45 Dunn, W. E. The Spanish Search for La Salle’s Colony on the Bay of Espiritu Santo, 1916
46 A Seth Eastman Sketch Book, 1848-1849
47 Eaton, Jack D. History and Archaeology of Mission San Antonio De Valero (The Alamo), 1981
48 Eckhardt. Some Little Known Missions in Texas, 1962-1963
49 Eckhart, G. B. Spanish Missions of Texas 1680-1800, Kiva 32, No 3, 1967
50 Eckhart, G. B. Spanish Missions of Texas 1680-1800, 1967
51 Eikel, S. Architecture and Iconography of Portals Mission San Jose and Concepcion, 1989
52 Eliade, Mirlea. "Archetypes and Repetition,” The Myth of the Eternal Return or Cosmos and History, 1965
53 Emory, W.H. Report/U.S. and Mex Boundary Survey, 1857
54 Fox, A., et. Al. The Archaeology and History of Alamo Plaza, 1976
55 Fulton, M. G. Diary & Letter of Josiah Gregs, 1941
56 Fr. Jose Mariano Garza (?). Inventory of San Antonio de Valero, 1793
57 George, G. Articles of the Missions, 1998
58 Guice, C. Norman. Notes and Documents, Texas in 1804, 1955
59 A. Haas. Caravaggio’s Calling of St. Matthew Reconsidered, 1988
60 Habig, M. A. The Alamo Chain of Missions, undated
61 Habig, M. A. The Alamo Chain of Missions (plans) and San Antonio’s Mission San Jose, undated
62 Habig, Marion A. and Barnabas Diekemper. Memorial of Father Benito Fernandez Concerning the Canary Islanders, 1979
63 Habig, Marion A. Friar, The San Jose Papers, 1978
64 Habig, Marian A. Report on the San Antonio Missions in 1792, 1974
65 Hackett, C. W. The Marquis of San Miguel de Aguayo and his Recovery of Texas from the French 1719-1723, 1945
66 Harris, Helen Willits. Almonte’s Inspection of Texas in 1834, 1938
Box Folder
23 1 Hatcher, Mattie Austin. Diary of Fray Gaspar Solis, in the Year 1767-68, 1931
2 Heusinger, E. W. Early Explorations and Mission Establishments in Texas, San Antonio, 1936
3 Hollon, W. E. and R.L. Butler. W M Bollaert’s Texas, 1956
4 Holmes, Jack D. L. Interpretations and Trends in the Study of the Spanish Borderlands: The Old Southwest, 1970
5 Kendall. Santa Fe Expedition, 1844
6 Kingsbury. Notes from My Knapsack, Putnam’s Monthly, 1854
7 Kinnard, L. Nicolas La Fora’s Description 1766-1768 (The Frontiers of New Spain), 1958
8 Sidney Lanier, San Antonio de Bexar, W.M. Cornor, 1890
9 Leutenegger, Fr. B. The San Jose Papers, San Antonio, 1978
10 Lopez, Jose FCO. Report on the San Antonio Missions, 1792
11 Marmolejo, 1755
12 McClintok, W. A. Journal of a Trip through Texas and Northern Mexico in 1846-1847, 1930
13 Mitchell, J. L. Brief Ethnographic Notes on the Indians of Mission San Juan De Capistrano, 1980
14 Morfi. History of Texas, 1673-1779, 1935
15 Mullen, R. J. Santa Maria Tiltepec: A Masterpiece of Mixtec Vernacular Architecture, 1983
16 Murphy, R. The Journey of Pedrode Rivera, 1937
17 Neuerburg, Norman. Painting in the California Missions, 1977
18 William H. Oberste. Texas Missions of the Coastal Bend, Espiritu Santo, El Rosario, El Refugio 1/2, 1980
19 William H. Oberste. Texas Missions of the Coastal Bend, Espiritu Santo, El Rosario, El Refugio 2/2, 1980
20 Olmstead, F. L. Journey through Texas, 1857 (Excerpts), 1857
21 Fr. Francisco Xavier Ortiz. Inventory of Chapel of the Holy Cross, 1756
22 Ortiz, Fr. Francisco. Razon de la Vista a las Missiones de la Provincia De Texas, Mexico, 1955
23 Fernandez Oviedo y Valdez. The Expedition of P. de Narvaez, 1923
24 Padilla, J.A. Texas in 1820, M.A Hatcher Translator, 1919
25 Robinson, W. B. Mission Churches of the Southwest, 1991
26 Fr. J. J. Saenz De Gumiel. Inventory of Espada, 1772
27 Fr. J. J. Saenz De Gumiel. Inventory of La Purisima Concepcion, 1772
28 Fr. J. J. Saenz De Gumiel. Inventory of San Juan Capistrano, 1772
29 Salas, Jose Maria. Inventory of Mission San Jose, 1785
30 Schuetz, Mardith K. An Historical Outline of Mission San Juan De Capistrano, 1980
31 Schuetz, M.K. History and Archaeology of Mission San Juan Capistrano, 1968
32 Schuetz, M. Professional Artisans in the Hispanic Southwest, The Churches of San Antonio, 1983
33 Schuetz, et. al. San Antonio in the Eighteenth Century, 1976; also typescript, Chapel of Miracles, San Antonio, TX, 1976
34 Scurlock, D. and Fox, D. E. An Archaeological Investigation of Mission Concepcion San Antonio, TX, 1977
35 Shelby, C. C. St. Denis’s Declaration Concerning Texas in 1717, 1923
36 Smith, Harvey P. Developmental Phases at Mission San Francisco de la Espada, 1980
37 Smith, Harvey, Jr. Espada Mission: Research and Restoration, 1980
38 C. Steinfeldt, Lone Star Landscapes: Early Texas Seen through Artists’ Eyes, 1986
39 Sturmberg, Robert. History of San Antonio, 1920
40 Jon Thomson. Diagrams, undated
41 Tous, Rev. Gabriel (translator). Ramon Expedition: Espinosa’s Diary of 1716, 1930
42 Tous, Gabriel. The Espinosa-Olivares-Aguirre Expedition of 1709, 1930
43 Trasvina Retis, J. A., et al. Translated by Reindorp R. G. Documents: The Founding of Missions at La Junta se los Rios, 1938
44 Fr. M. A. Vasconcelos. Inventory of El Rosario, Translated by Wayne R. Robertson, undated
45 Vedder, A. C. Establishing a Retablo - Bulto Connection, 1961
46 Winfrey, D. H., et. al. Six Missions of TX, 1965
47 Anonymous. Texas in 1837, 1958
48 Author Unknown. Inventory of Refugio, September 8, 1796
49 The Texas Missions in 1785, 1940
50 [The Borderlands: New Spaniards and Mexicans (1598-1848)], undated
51 Expeditions of Zebulon Montgomery Pike, 1965
52 Catalogue: Investigacion Patrimonio Arquitectonico de Michoacan, 1985
53 [Letters and Memorials of Fray Mariano de los Dolores y Viana 1737-1762], 1991
54 Tour booklet: San Francisco de Assisi, Ranchos de Taos, undated
55 Southwestern Historical Quarterly (Miscellaneous One Page Items), 1947
Subseries 3.3 Photographic Negatives of Missions
Box Folder
OM 3 1 Conception, undated
2 Espada, undated
3 Mission rejects, undated
4 San Jose, undated
5 Espada, undated
6 San Juan, undated

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