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Collection includes primarily letters, but also including diary entries (1982), photographs, scattered business and financial records, printed material, and miscellany.
Letters concern exhibitions and other art related topics, and personal matters. Correspondents include: Ramón Alejandro, Mario Algaze, Octavio Armand, Ramón Carulla, Miguel Cubiles, Roberto Estopíñan, Joaquín Ferrer, Camilo Franqui, Gustavo Godoy, Elizabeth and Peter Kohler, Alfredo Lozano, Robert McBride, Ricardo Pau-Llosa, Gisele Linder, Enrique Riverón, Guillermo Roel, Belgica Rodriguez, Henry Samelson, Rosa Salinas (sister), Isaac Salinas (brother), David Serur, Rafael Soriano, Gail Toonkel, José Angel Valente, Bettie Ward, and others.
Photographs are of art work by Salinas; and of Salinas with Alexander Calder, Miguel Cubiles, José Luis Cuevas, Marilyn Fonts, Carlos Franqui, Osvaldo Gutierrez, Alfredo Lozano, Joan Miró, Rufino Tamayo, Juan Vidal and others.
Baruj Salinas papers, 1971-1996. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
Painter; Miami, Fla. and Barcelona, Spain. b. 1938.
Portions of the papers are in Spanish.
Donated 1997 by Baruj Salinas.
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