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Reel 2910: A resume and course schedule; 4 letters received; a sales record book, 1966-1979; 94 clippings, 1957-1979 and undated; a scrapbook, 1947-1957, containing letters, clippings and exhibition catalogs and announcements; photographs of art works; exhibition catalogs and announcements, 1948-1979; and files containing notes, diagrams, correspondence and printed material relating to the F.L.I.P. (Flying Linear Image Proposal), 1972-1973.
Reel 2910, frames 884-892: Photographs of drawings pertaining to F.L.I.P. (Flying Linear Image Proposal), ca. 1972.
Wilfred Higgins papers, 1947-1981. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
Location of Originals:
All material except the photographs relating to F.L.I.P. were: returned to Higgins after microfilming.
Higgins is a Dallas artist and a professor of art at North Texas State University in Denton, Texas.
Material lent for microfilming except photographs which were donated 1982 by Wilfred Higgins.
Lives of American Artists
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