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Biographical material including rolodexes; correspondence; research, artists' and exhibition files; writings; photographs and slides of works of art; audio visual material including VHS videos, audio cassettes, and the film "Reaching Out: Ken Tyler, Master Printer" by Lee Tirce and Sid Avery, and printed material relating to the career of Constance Glenn as an art historian, curator and writer.
Constance Glenn papers, circa 1960-2000. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
Constance Glenn (1933- ) is an art historian, writer and curator in Newport Coast, California. Glenn was married to art dealer Jack Glenn (1933-2013).
Donated 2016 by Constance Glenn.
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