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Biographical material; correspondence; writings; commission, project and teaching files; artist and subject files; photographs; and printed material relating to sculptor, teacher and metalsmith, Thomas Morin.
Biographical material includes membership cards, selective service registration and a civil suit matter. Correspondence is both personal and professional and dates from 1960-2011. Writings include manuscripts and publications by Morin on metal casting and foundry technique. Commission and project files are from the 1960s-1970s and teaching files include lecture notes by Morin. Artist and subject files are comprised primarily of printed material, clippings, and small exhibition catalogs. Photographs are of Morin's work, 1953-2011. Also included are slides of student's works. Printed material includes posters, exhibition catalogs and announcements, clippings, and 8 self-published books on Morin's work.
Thomas Morin papers, 1953-2011. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
Thomas Morin (1934- ) is a sculptor, teacher, and metalsmith in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Donated 2015 by Thomas Morin.
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