Ella Alluisi papers relating to Margaret Peterson, 1958-1986
Alluisi, Ella Wharton, 1912-1996
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Forty-five letters from Margaret Peterson (O'Hagan) to Alluisi, ca. 1968 and 1985. Peterson reflects upon her artistic activities, politics in the U.S., and her living conditions in Canada and Italy. Also included are a file on the Margaret Peterson Trust containing newsletters about the activities of the "Margaret Peterson Foundation," and 4 letters from Peterson.
Ella Alluisi papers relating to Margaret Peterson, 1958-1986. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
Microfilm reel 4194 available for use at Archives of American Art offices only.
Peterson joined the faculty of the art department at the University of California, Berkeley in 1932. She resigned her post as Associate Professor in 1950, after having refused to take the special loyalty oath.d. 1997
Donated 1987 by Ella Alluisi, a friend of Peterson.
Lives of American Artists
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