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Biographical materials including awards and resumes; correspondence, 1934-1979, regarding his mural work for the Federal Work Agency in New York and elsewhere, with his wife, Barbara, while traveling and working across the country, between Barbara and their children, and with the Mortimer Levitt and Ryan galleries and others; mailing lists of persons to be advised of his upcoming exhibitions; unpublished writings by Fogel, drafts of Barbara's manuscript of Fogel, and other works; sketches and mural designs by Fogel; materials relating to teaching, mural and grant competitions, and the Federal Work Agency;financial records including bank statements, tax forms, exhibition receipts, and lists of works exhibited; exhibition announcements and catalogs; clippings and other printed materials; photographs of Fogel, his family and friends, and his works of art; and six cassette tapes and videotaped interviews with Fogel, 1976-1982.
Seymour Fogel papers, 1926-1984. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
Painter, mural painter; Weston, Connecticut.
Donated 1975-1985 by Seymour Fogel.
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