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Family correspondence, family writings and family sketches; diaries; divorce proceedings: ACCESS RESTRICTED; use requires written permission.
Biographical material including appointment and address books; personal and professional correspondence; writings by Pozzi and others including diaries, studio notebooks and manuscripts; teaching notes and files; files regarding lectures and workshops; project and grant files; financial records; divorce proceeedings; photographs of Pozzi with family, friends and at events; interviews with Pozzi and others; artists' files; and printed material relating to the career of painter, teacher, and writer Luccio Pozzi.
Lucio Pozzi papers, 1960-2002. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
Lucio Pozzi (1935- ) is a painter, teacher, and writer in Hudson, N.Y. and Valeggio, Italy. Pozzi taught at Cooper Union, Yale Graduate Sculpture Program, and Princeton University.
Donated 2016 by Lucio Pozzi.
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