The series contains portraits and candid photographs of Bohrod; his studio; family and friends including Max Waldman and members of the Associated American Artists group; exhibitions; and events. A large portion of the series includes photographs of artwork by Bohrod including scenes from World War II, still lifes, ceramics, and early work by Bohrod. The folders dealing with travel includes material funded by two Guggenheim grants during 1935 to 1938 of states and cities, interiors and buildings, people, carnivals, zoo animals, and scenes taken overseas.
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Aaron Bohrod papers, 1507-1994, bulk circa 1930-1994. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian