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A scrapbook, printed material, photographs, writings, and biographical material.
REEL 374: A scrapbook, 1949-1965, contains biographical material, awards, clippings, exhibition material, and photographs of Gibran's sculpture.
UNMICROFILMED: 18 items, 1962-1971, include one written paper, catalogs, publications, and photographs.
Kahlil Gibran papers, 1949-1971. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
Microfilm reel 374 available at Archives of American Art offices and through interlibrary loan.
Location of Originals:
Reel 374: Material returned to the lender, Kahlil Gibran, after microfilming.
Sculptor; Boston, Massachusetts. Main medium is steel. Received the George Widener Medal, Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, 1958; John S. Guggenheim Fellowship, 1959-61; National Institute of Arts and Letters Award, 1961. Member of the National Sculpture Society.
Material was both lent and donated by Kahlil George Gibran, April 1972.
Lives of American Artists
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