Glimpses of some early departments of the history of art in the U.S.A. : panel discussion, 1987 Feb. 13
College Art Association of America
Held, Julius Samuel
Lavin, Marilyn Aronberg
Lehmann, Phyllis Williams
Warburg, Edward M. M.
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4 sound cassettes
Transcript 76 p.
Paper 11 p. by P. Askew
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A panel discussion sponsored by the College Art Association of America, on the topic of art history education in early American colleges and universities, including Columbia, Harvard, New York University, Princeton, Smith, and Vassar. The participants include Pamela Askew, Julius Held, Craig Hugh-Smith, George Kubler, Marilyn Lavin, Phyllis Williams Lehman, Agnes Mongan, and Edward Warburg.
Glimpses of some early departments of the history of art in the U.S.A. : panel discussion, 1987 Feb. 13. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
Use of the audio portion of Pamela Askew's presentation must be consulted in conjunction with her written materials.
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Donated 1987 by College Art Association.
Art Theory and Historiography
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