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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

Professional Files

Book Projects

University of Texas San Antonio

A Guide to the the Jacinto Quirarte Papers, 1966-1998



Descriptive Summary

Creator: Quirarte, Jacinto, 1931-
Title: Jacinto Quirarte Papers
Dates: 1966-1998
Creator Abstract: Jacinto Quirarte is 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 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 and Izapan Style Art--A Study of Its Form and Meaning.
Content Abstract: The collection spans the years 1966 through 1998 and includes correspondence, papers, speeches, articles, manuscripts for publication, typescripts, galley proofs, photographs, and other materials.
Identification: UA 99.0003
Extent: 9.9 linear feet (10 Boxes)
Language: Materials are in English and Spanish.
Repository: University of Texas at San Antonio Libraries Special Collections

Biographical Note

Jacinto Quirarte is 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 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 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 of town 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 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. Prior to coming to UTSA, Quirarte taught at the Colegio Americano in Mexico City, the University of the Americas in Mexico City, and the University of Texas at Austin.

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 1979 to be the full-time director of UTSA's Research Center for the Arts at UTSA.

Quirarte lectured at conferences and museums in the United States and other countries. He was appointed to the Federal Advisory Committee on Affirmative Action in Employment at Institutions of Higher Education. He was also a panelist-columnist for the National Endowment for the Humanities. 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.

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, undated, University Communications Records, UA 16.01., Acc. 2005-055: Box 6, Archives and Special Collections, UTSA Library.
  • Curriculum vitae for Jacinto Quirarte, undated, University Communications Records, UA 16.01., Acc. 2005-055: Box 6, Archives and Special Collections, UTSA Library.

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Scope and Content Note

The collection spans the years 1966 through 1998 and includes correspondence, papers, speeches, articles, manuscripts for publication, and related materials by Jacinto Quirarte. Materials collected and created as part of his book The Art and Architecture of the Texas Missions include typescripts, galley proofs, photographs, and other materials.

This collection is housed at UTSA's HemisFair Park Campus, though off-site access is also available at UTSA's John Peace Library.

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Organization of Collection

Series 1. Professional Files
Series 2. Book Projects
2.1. The Art and Architecture of the Texas Missions
2.2. Project No. 5

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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.

Usage Restrictions

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

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Index Terms

Personal Names
Quirarte, Jacinto, 1931-
Organizations
University of Texas at San Antonio--Faculty.
University of Texas at San Antonio--History.
Subjects
Art in universities and colleges--Texas.
Art--History--Study and teaching.
Universities and colleges--Faculty.
Locations
San Antonio (Tex.)--History--20th century.
Genres/Formats
Correspondence.
Manuscripts for publication.
Speeches.
Photographs.
Local Subjects
Art/Artists
Mexican Americans
UTSA History
UTSA Records
Writers

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Related Material

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).

Processing Information

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

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Detailed Description of the Collection

 

Professional Files

Comprises papers, speeches, and related materials by Jacinto Quirarte. Also includes works by others collected by Quirarte.
When no author is listed in the folder description, the author is Jacinto Quirarte. Original order and folder titles have been retained.
Box
1 "Diferencias Arcitectonicas en dos Ciudades Mayas: Uxmal y Chichen Itza,"Boletin, Venezuela, 1966 May 5
"El Arte del Mexico Antigua,"Pro Arte, Revista Cultural, Maracaibo, Venezuela, 1967 May
Lecture on "Maya Vase/Mural Painting" given at University of Colorado, Boulder, 1968 April
Lecture on "Sidney Janis and His Collection" at The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Tex., 1968 November
"Izapa - A Link Between Olmec & Maya." Paper presented at 35th Annual Meeting of S.A.A. [Society for American Archaeology], Mexico City, 1970 May
"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
"El Juego de Pelota en Mesoamerica: Su Dearollo Arquitectonica."Estudios de Cultura Maya, Vol. VIII, 1970
"El Juego de Pelota en Mesoamerica: Su Dearollo Arquitectonica."Estudios de Cultura Maya, UNAM - English typescript, 1970
"The Ballcourt in Mesoamerica: Its Architectural Development," in Pre-Columbian Art History (Palo Alto, Calif.), 1977
Preliminary draft, u-shaped element paper (first draft for typist and several memograph copies; also illus. used with preliminary draft, undated
"An Interpretation of the U-Shaped Element in Izapan, Mayan, & Zapotec Monuments," New York, 1970 July
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
Izapan-Style Art: A Study of Its Form & Meaning. Studies in Pre-Columbian Art & Archaeology, No. 10. Dumbarton Oaks (Washington, D.C.), 1973
George Kubler, "Studies in Classic Maya Iconography," in Ameircan Anthropologist, Vol. 74, 1972
Tulane University Symposium on Art of Latin America, 1972 April
Carlo T. Gay, "Xochipala. The Beginning of Olmec Art," in Hispanic American Historical Review, Vol. 53, No. 1, 1971
Munro S. Edmonson, "The Book of Counsel: The Popol Vuh of the Quiche Maya of Guatemala," in American Anthropologist, 1971
J. Eric Thompson, "Maya Hieroglyphs with-without Tears," in American Anthropologist, 1973 December
Charles R. Wicke, Olmec: "An Early Art Style of Pre-columbian Mexico," 1971, in Journal of Ethnic Studies, 1973 Fall
"The Relationship of Izapan Style Art to Olmec and Mayan Art: A Review,"L.A.S., California, 1976
"The Relationship of Izapan Style Art to Olmec and Mayan Art: A Review," undated
"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
"Izapan & Mayan Traits in Teotihuacan III Pottery," Paper presented at Society for American Archaeology (San Francisco, Calif.), 1973 May
"Izapan & Mayan Traits in Teotihuacan III Pottery," UCARF, 1973
"Izapan & Mayan Traits in Teotihuacan III Pottery," Paper presented at Society for American Archaelogy (San Francisco, Calif.) - work papers, 1973 May
"Mayan & Teotihuacan Traits in Classic Maya Vases," published in Proceedings of the IX International Congress of Anthro. & Ethno. Sciences (Chicago) - work papers, 1973 September
"Mayan & Teotihuacan Traits in Classic Maya Vases," published in Proceedings of the IX International Congress of Anthro. & Ethno. Sciences (Chicago), 1973 September
"Mayan & Teotihuacan Traits in Classic Maya Vase Painting of the Peten,"CCM, The Hague (Paris), 1978
"Izapan Style Antecedents for the Maya Serpent in Celestial Dragon & Serpent Bar Contexts,"23rd International Congress of Hist. of Art. (Granada), 1973 September
"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
"Izapan Style Antecedents for the Maya Serpent in Celestial Dragon & Serpent Bar Contexts,"CIHA (Granada), 1973
"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
"Terrestrial/Celestial Polymorphs as Narrative Frames in the Art of Izapa & Palenque," paper presented Primera Mesa Redonda de Palenque (Mexico) - work papers, 1973 December
"Terrestrial/Celestial Polymorphs as Narrative Frames in the Art of Izapa & Palenque," paper presented Primera Mesa Redonda de Palenque (Mexico) , 1973 December
"Terrestrial/Celestial Polymorphs as Narrative Frames in the Art of Izapa & Palenque," undated
Lecture on "20th century Mexican Muralists & Their Immediate Predecessors," UT Health Science Center, 1973 November
Lecture on "Contemporary Mexican & Mexican American Artists," UT Health Science Center, 1973 November
Work papers [for] article "The Murals of El Barrio,"Exxon USA, 1974 December
Chicano art project - Murals - General (Barrio Art Exhibit - Exxon), undated
"How to Look at Pre-Columbian Art,"The San Antonio Light, 1974 April
"Mixtec Presence in Santa Rita, Belice" - paper presented at symposium (Mexico) - work papers, 1974 September
"Mixtec Presence in Santa Rita, Belice" - paper presented at symposium (Mexico), 1974 September
"The Wall Paintings of Santa Rita, Corozal,"Nat. Studies vol. 3 (Belize), 1975 July
"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
"Early Art Styles of Mesoamerica & Early Classic Maya Art," (Santa Fe, N.M.) - version II, 1974 October
"Early Art Styles of Mesoamerica & Early Classic Maya Art," (Santa Fe, N.M.) - version III - work papers, 1974 October
"Early Art Styles of Mesoamerica & Early Classic Maya Art," (Santa Fe, N.M.) - version III, 1974 October
"Early Art Styles of Mesoamerica & Early Classic Maya Art," 1974
"Early Art Styles of Mesoamerica & Early Classic Maya Art," University of New Mexico (Albuquerque), 1977
"Creative Art As Ritual," 1974
Lecture on Izapan Style Art, Univ. of Calif. at Santa Cruz, 1974 June
Lecture on Masks: Ancient & Modern Mex. at Amon Carter Museum, Ft. Worth, Texas, 1974 November
17 Artists Hispano/Mexican Am/Chicano, 1975
Preface to Iwonski in Texas - Painter and Citizen, 1975 November
Present a paper on "Space in Maya Painting" at Society for American Archaeology in Dallas, 1975 May
Present a paper on "Space in Maya Painting" at Society for American Archaeology in Dallas - work papers, 1975 May
"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
"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
"Actual and Implied Space in Maya Vase Painting: A Study of Double Images and Two-Headed Compound Creatures" , 1978 January
"The Underworld Jaguar in Maya Vase Painting: An Iconographic Study,"New Mexico Papers in the Fine Arts, University of New Mexico, 1976 March
UW Jaguar in Maya Vase Painting - work papers, undated
Paper on "Chelo" prepared for Journal of the Los Angeles Institute of Contemporary Art, 1975 May
Lecture on "Place of the Arts in the Bicentennial," American Issues Forum, San Antonio, 1975 July
Speak to West Side Lion's Club on "Art and Music Courses at UTSA," 1975 September
Lecture for CON SAFO Art Group - "Creative Art as Ritual: Mexican and Chicano Art," 1975 December
Box
2 "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
"The Underworld Jaguar in Maya Vase Painting: An Iconographic Study," University of New Mexico, 1976
"The Representation of Underworld Procession in Maya Vase Painting: An Iconographic Study," 1978 February
"The Representation of Underworld Procession in Maya Vase Painting: An Iconographic Study," undated
"Methodology in the Study of Pre-Columbian Art" at I.C.A. Annual meeting (Paris, France), 1976 September
"Methodology in the Study of Pre-Columbian Art" at I.C.A. Annual meeting (Paris, France) - work papers, 1976 September
42a [Untitled folder]
"Methodology in the Study of Pre-Columbian Art," 1976
Paper on "Sculptural Documents on the Origins of Maya Civilization," ICA meeting, Paris, 1979 September
Paper on "Sculptural Documents on the Origins of Maya Civilization," ICA meeting, Paris - work papers, 1979 September
"Sculptural Documents on the Origins of Maya Civilization,"ICA, vol. VIII, 1976 September
Lecture at the Cleveland Museum of Art on "Classic Maya Vase Painting," Cleveland, Ohio, 1976 November
The identification of a Historical Personnage named U-Caan Inverted Ahau on Three Guatemala Highland Vases, 1976
Altun Ha Style (work papers), undated
"Tricephalic Units in Olmec, Izapan Style, and Maya Art" - original, 1977 September
Paper on "Bicephalic Compound Creatures in Maya Vase Painting" (preliminary remarks), 1976 August
Tricephalics paper - drafts and work papers, undated
"Tricephalic Units in Olmec, Izapan Style, and Maya Art" - workpapers, 1977 September
(2 folders)
"Tricephalic Units in Olmec, Izapan Style, and Maya Art" - typescript, undated
"Tricephalic Units..." work papers and correspondence, 1977
"Tricephalic Units in Olmec, Izapan Style, and Maya Art", 1981, [1977]
Creative art as ritual (Tulane), 1977 April
"The Representation of Place, Location, and Direction on a Classic Maya Vase," 1978 October
48 [Untitled folder]
"The Representation of Place, Location, and Direction on a Maya Vase," UTSA, undated
"The Representation of Place, Location, and Direction on a Maya Vase," 1978 October
"The Representation of Place, Location, and Direction on a Maya Vase," TMRP, California, 1979
New Santa Rita paper - work papers, undated
"The Santa Rita Murals: A Review," UTSA, 1980
Santa Rita paper - first draft, undated
50 [Untitled folder]
"The Santa Rita Murals: A Review"
Quick-copy copies, undated
Art Journal article, undated
"Synchronic Links with the Past: Sources of Chicano Art,"Art Journal (not published)
"The Borderlands...", published in Imagine, undated
55 [Untitled folder]
"Antecedents of Chicano Art," Austin talk, Florida also, 1979 September
Austin talk: Archaeological site of Montealban, 1979 October
Catalogue paper rollouts
A Proposal for a Catalogue of Classic Maya Pictorial Vases
Catalogue paper - vessel preparation
57 [Untitled folder]
Copies and work papers: catalogue/Maya vases
Bundles paper
Funerary bundles paper (work papers)
"Funerary References in Two Maya Polychrome Vases"
(2 folders)
Jaguar bundles - text, work papers
"Funerary References in Three Maya Polychrome Vases", Circumpacifica and IIE-UNAM(begun 1980, published 1990)
Box
3 Cacaxtla paper
Cacaxtla
Original text with illustrations
Cacaxtla drawings and cut and paste illustrations
Cacaxtla "clean" Xeroxes (cut and paste Xeroxes)
"Outside Influence of Cacaxtla," 1980 October
1980-5
1980-6
"Pre-Columbian Art" University of Texas Health Science Center, 1981 November
63a [Untitled folder]
"The Art and Architecture of Mesoamerica: An Overview," 1985
65 [Untitled folder]
1981-3
1981-6, "Confluence of Cultures" lecture, D.O.; "Border Art: Interior - El Paso," 1981 October
The Coatlicue in Modern Mexican Painting. RCA Review, 1982
1982-1
ANUIES meeting, Tijuana, 1983 October
Public lecture: "Contemporary Art of Mexico and Venezuela," 1983 June
Merle Greene Robertson, The Sculpture of Palenque 1983; 1985 vols. I & II, reviews for New Scholar
"Palenque the 'Beautiful'"New Scholar, 1986
"Palenque, the 'Beautiful'", New Scholar (review of the Merle Greene Robertson publication)
MIRA
"Mexican and Mexican-American Artists in the U.S.: 1920-1970," Bronx Museum, begun 1985
Professional: Bronx Museum exhibition (begun 1985)
Prof. Quirarte ball court paper""
1985-1
"Chicano and Mexican Art: A Search for Identity," Intl. Long. H.A., 1986 August
"A Search for Identity: Mexican and Chicano Art" XXVth Intl Cong. Hist. Art, 1986 August
CARA exhibit - newspaper articles
Travel - Wight Gallery UCLA - Defining Chicano Art planning session, 1987 July
"Izapan Style Art" encyclopedia text, begun 1986
Hispanic American Art, American Museum, Washington, D.C., begun 1986
Hisp. Am. Art / Arte Hisp. Am, American Museum, Washington, D.C.
Diego Rivera: A Retrospective, catalogue review, Americas Society, NYC, 1987 July
Diego Rivera: A Retrospective, prepared for Americas Society, not published
Travel - Houston Museum, Hispanic Arts in the U.S. exhibition and symposium, 1987 April-May
"The Background of Hispanic American Art in the U.S." Houston symposium, 1987
"Hispanic Trad. in Am. Arch / URB" symposium at Columbia, 1987 October
Masterworks book project, 1988 Summer
How to Look at a Masterpiece - work papers
How to Look at a Masterpiece - revised, 1998 Summer
Masterworks - appendices, work papers
Art of the Americas, 1989
"What Is Latin American Art?", 1989
Typescript, review of exhibit "Hispanic Art in the U.S." for Santa Fe Recorder, 1988 July
"Cuzco Painting" lecture (Tyler, Tex.), 1989 April
"Chicano Art" lectures, Kansas City Art Inst.
Travel - Santa Fe, N.M., lecture part of Hispanic Arts in U.S. exhibition, 1988 September
Images of Mexico presentation, Dallas Museum of Art, 1988
"Mexican American Art and Artists: a History", 1988
Manu. review, 1989
Art of the other Mexico
(2 folders)
Art of the other Mexico project
Artes de Mexico lecture series, Rockefeller project, 1989
Splendors of Thirty Centuries: events related to the exhibition, 1989
Artes de Mexico - lecturers (consultants - honoraria; travel), 1989
Artes de Mexico grant award, Rockefeller Foundation, 1989
Artes de Mexico miscellaneous items, 1989
Artes de Mexico lecture series, SAMA, begun 1989
Missions book contract
Herran, Our Gods - text for Met exhibition, 3000 Years of Mexican Art
Julio Castellonos - text for Splendors catalogue
Splendors of Mexico catalog entries - correspondence
Splendors catalog entries
Rivera, Angelina Beloff, 1909
Rivera, Sailor at Lunch, 1914
Box
8 Lecture on "Hispano Mexican American, & Chicano Art: Review," Denver Art Museum, 1975
Paper from Loch Haven, Orlando, Florida, "Hispanics in Florida," 1979
Lecture: Mexican art, Fort Wayne, Indiana, 1989
"Epigraphers, Iconographers and other Tourists in the Realm of Maya Art," 1989
Mason City project
Lecture, McNay Art Institute, "Art of Guatemala: From Ancient to Present," 1989
El Dia de los Muertos, 1989
Splendors, 1991
"Mex. and Mex Am Art," Beaumont, TX, 1992
"Chicano Art and Altars," San Bernardino, 1992
Chicano Art conf. Mex. Am. and Latino Identity in Texas, ITC, 1992
Chicano Aesthetic - UTEP project, 1992
Santa Barbara lectures, SAMA comm. assign., 1993
Editorial Board, Americas, 1993
CAA session (cancelled), 1993
Art/music lecture, SAMA, 1993
"Maya Vase Ptg," Trinity University, 1994
UTEP Art Program review, 1995
Lecture, Colonial art, San Antonio Museum of Art, 1995
Lecture, "Frida Kahlo," 1995
NCAD conf. Luis Jimenez intro, 1995
Faculty leave proposal, 1996
Travel - Dallas, Museum of African American Art, 1997
Maya symposium (cancelled), Muralist conference (cancelled), 1997
Oral history conference, New Orleans, 1997
Box
9 The Ballcourt in Mesoamerica - UT Austin, 1968
Lecture series, continuing education, UTHSC [University of Texas Health Science Center], 1973
Lecture on Plans for UTSA in the cultural life of S.A., Jr. League of S.A. Provisional, McNay Museum, 1974
Travel - Austin, Texas (Lecture), 1979
Travel - Austin, Texas (UT) (Conference on Latin Amer. visual arts), 1980
Portales, New Mexico, 1980
Brownsville talk, 1981
Hispanic Ethnic Studies TV series: University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee-Spanish Speaking Outreach Institute (the producers), 1981
Filming of "La Morenita," Adan Medrano (notes), 1981
The Uses and Abuses of PreColumbian Art in Mexican Murals, UNAM, San Antonio, Texas, 1982
Travel: Tulsa, Oklahoma, Latin American Conference, 1983
NCECA Conference Lecture, San Antonio, Texas, 1986
Travel - NCECA Conference, 1986
Texas A&M Conference, 1986
Travel - UCSB, "Chicano and Mexican Art," 1986
Travel - Cranbrook, "Chicano and Mexican Art," 1986
Travel - El Paso, TX - NCAA Conference/Roundtable, 1990

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Book Projects

Original order and folder titles have been retained.
2.1. The Art and Architecture of the Texas Missions
Box
4 Book Project: Art and Architecture of the Texas Missions, UT Press, Deadline for typescript: 5-01-01
Correspondence, UT Press - Theresa May
Correspondence, UT Press - Carolyn Cates Wylie
Correspondence, UT Press - Rachel Chance
Photos/negatives - missions book
Witte Museum Photos, Huffstuttler, missions book
Mission: illus. DRT Library Utterback
Women of Color exh., Commentary, Guadalupe Cultural Center, San Antonio, March 8, 1990
Advisory Editorial Board, Latin American Art Magazine, 1990-3
"Mex. and Chicano Muralists," Denver Art Museum, May 24, 1990
NCAA Roundtable, Nov. 29-Dec. 2, 1990
Consultancy, TCH Historical Minutes for 1992 Celebrations, Colonial topics
Rivera, Terrasse du Cafe, 1915
Rivera, Portrait of Ramon Gomez de la Serna, 1915
Rivera, Still Life with a Green House, 1917
Rivera, The Mathematician, 1918
Rivera, The Balcony, 1921
Rivera, The Grinder, 1924
Rivera, Flower Day, 1925
Rivera, Tortilla Maker, 1925
Rivera, May Day Sketchbook, 1928
Rivera, Dance in Tehuantepec, 1928
Rivera, Agrarian Leader Zapata, 1931
Rivera, The Flower Carrier, 1935
Rivera, Guadalupe Marin, 1938
Rivera, Self-portrait, 1941
Rivera, Nocturnal Landscape and The Temptations of St. Anthony, 1947
Quirarte - Rivera galleys, Splendors, exhib. cat.
Mexico Nueve, 1991
Salinas text, Handbook of Texas (begun 1990)
Hispanic Almanac contract
Hispanic Almanac correspondence
Hispanic Almanac, photos, diag. not used
Tejanos catalogue text (begun 1990)
Splendory Esplendores video (begun 1990)
Commentary on Ruiz paper, August 29, 1992
Encyclopedia of L.A. history entries on Mexican artists
Getty project, April 9, 1991
Guadalupe Cultural Center project (begun 1991)
Our Lady of Guadalupe, Explorations in Ethnics Studies
25 Masters of Latin American Art - Orozco, Rivera, Siqueiros texts, work papers - correspondence
Texts on Rivera, Orozco, and Siqueiros - 25 L.A. Mstrs
Splendors exhibit - related events, 1991-1
Splendors library talks, 1991-1a
SAMA lectures, 1991-1b., 1c.
"The Altar as Format and Content in Chicano Art," Detroit, 1991
Lecture: Northward Movement into Texas, 1519-1794, 1991
Octavio Medellin sculpture appraisal, 1991-4
Ramon Favela (begun 1991), 1991
Chicano art exh., Phoenix, AZ 1997
1991 projects not completed, 1991-8, 10, 12, 13
Cambios: The Spirit of Transformation in Spanish Colonial Art
Cambios colonial art exhib. Santa Barbara Museum of Art, May 5, 1992
"Siquieros."The World Book Encyclopedia (begun 1992), 1992
CARA project at Guad. Cul. Ctr.
CARA exhib. - Guest Curator (begun 1993)
SBC catalogue text, 1994
Machorro text review, 1994
Cesar Martinez, August/September 1995
Altars paper, Roanoke, Virginia
Maya conf., Cocoa Beach, Florida
Bellas Arte Colloquio
Bellas Artes Symp. Mexico D.F.
Jose Arpa project, January 24, 1997
Jose Arpa text, fax invitation, January 24, 1997
Brazos forum, 1997
Mus. of African American Art, 1997
Art critic panel, 1997
The Virgin conf., 1998
Box
5 Assorted photographs
Missions project: copies of clippings
The Texas Missions, 1992
Orig. reproduction - altar dwgs.
Photographs
S.A. Missions project
Decorative and applied arts at the missions - newspaper clippings
Missions text sent to reviewers
Assorted photographs and slides
Index and editor copy
Author proofs
Typescript
Assorted photographs
Assorted materials
Work papers - by chapter; bibliographic texts used for research
Box
7 Bibliographic texts used for research
Box
OM1 Photographic negatives of missions
2.2. Project No. 5
Box
8-9 Assorted files

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