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General correspondence; biographical information; an original dummy mock-up and a copy of ANATOMY OF THE MIND OF LE ROY; proof sheets, galley proofs and a copy of LE ROY AND THE WORLD OF ART; and original manuscript by Le Roy for an introduction to ARTISTS'S U.S.A., the 1976 Bicentennial edition; an original manuscript and first proof of a book by I. Rice Pereira, as well as biographical sketches about her; sketches and 2 oil paintings; postcard reproductions; photographs, both personal and of Le Roy's art; and printed material.
Harold M. Le Roy papers, 1931-1980's. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
Harold M. Le Roy was a painter and graphic artist in New York, N.Y. Le Roy attended Columbia University, Brooklyn Museum of Art School, Art Students League, and Hans Hofmann Art School. Works in oil and serigraph.
Donated 1976-1982 by Harold M. Le Roy. Three additional catalogs donated 2011 by Amy Federman.
Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, 750 9th St. NW, Washington, D.C. 20001