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Anna Neagoe's correspondence with Goff Le Serge, John Mayfield, Peter Neagoe, Lachlin Peck, Syracuse University, and others; correspondence, notes, and architectural plans concerning WPA murals painted by Anna Neagoe for the Lanchaster, New York, High School, 1935-1936; writings by Peter Neagoe and his diary; typescripts of 9 poems and 49 published and unpublished short stories by Anna Neagoe; and 250 photographs of Anna Neagoe, her family, friends, and works of art.
Anna and Peter Neagoe papers, 1911-1980. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
Painter; New York City. Her husband, Peter Neagoe, was a writer whose publications included WINNING A WIFE, THERE IS MY HEART and WHAT IS SURREALISM.
Donated 1980 by Anna Neagoe.
Lives of American Artists
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