Two photographs and accompanying film of Georgia O'Keeffe and Juan Hamilton with her sculpture, Abstraction, 1946 cast 1979/1980 (Catalogue Raisonne numbers 1140 - 1142), at The Johnson Atelier.
Collection consists of three black and white photographs of Georgia O'Keeffe, between 1903 and 1904.
This collection includes 137 letters from Georgia O'Keeffe to Claudia O'Keeffe and a collection of O'Keeffe Family photographs. Accruals from 2019 include a drawing and a ribbon bookmark.
This collection includes photographic material relating to Georgia O'Keeffe and her properties dating from 1908 to circa 1966. In addition to photographs there are clippings, prints, correspondence, printed material, and a watercolor and graphite drawing.
The collection includes thirteen brief letters from Georgia O'Keeffe to Inez Ossendorf primarily relating to O'Keeffe's finances and their professional relationship
The collection includes 115 letters from Georgia O'Keeffe to Charles Wickham "Wick" Moore relating to their personal friendship.
The collection includes seven letters from Georgia O'Keeffe to Narcissa Swift King dating from 1940 to 1971.
Collection includes materials related to the friendship between Georgia O'Keeffe and Frances O'Brien. The bulk of the items are letters from Georgia O'Keeffe to Frances O'Brien dating 1927-1973.
The collection consists of photographic materials and articles related to the creation of Georgia O'Keeffe's Abstraction sculpture at the Johnson Atelier Technical Institute of Sculpture. Photographs depict apprentices Betsy Bowen and Jacquie Bresadola posing with the unfinished sculptures, and Georgia O'Keeffe with co-executive directors Herk van Tongeren and Ron Young at Johnson Atelier with Abstraction. Materials date from 1978-1982.
The collection consists of two digital copy prints of O'Keeffe's finished sculpture, Abstraction, on the Johnson Atelier truck. Photograph was taken by David Carrow, probably in the fall of 1981.
Collection primarily consists of letters from Georgia O'Keeffe to her sister Anita O'Keeffe Young dating from 1937 to 1976. Includes select other correspondents, photographic material, and clippings. Accruals consist of additional correspondence, photographs, legal documents, and ephemera.
The collection includes over 200 letters primarily from Georgia O'Keeffe to Alfred Stieglitz, dating from 1933 to 1944.
Collection primarily includes materials originally used as page markers in Georgia O'Keeffe's book collection at her Ghost Ranch house. The bulk of the items are correspondence, notes, ephemera, and clippings dating from 1892 to 1992. Accruals include two recipe binders compiled by Georgia O'Keeffe.
"My First Trip to New York," a ten-page handwritten manuscript by Georgia O'Keeffe recounting her first trip to New York to study at the Art Students' League and meeting Alfred Stieglitz. Includes six typed transcripts of text with various levels of edits, and the original folder housing the materials. Materials date 1983, undated.
The Maria Chabot Archive includes correspondence, photographs, and film, dating from 1940 to 2001. The bulk of the material dates from the 1940s and relates to the experiences Chabot and O'Keeffe shared during the years Chabot lived with O'Keeffe at the artist's Ghost Ranch house (1941-1944) and oversaw the renovation of the ruined adobe hacienda that O'Keeffe purchased in 1945 in the village of Abiquiu (1946-1949).
This collection includes photographic materials related to Georgia O'Keeffe, her properties, travel, and artwork dating from 1894 to circa 1992. In addition to photographic prints and film, there are also original enclosures such as envelopes, boxes, and albums.