National Collection of Fine Arts. Publication Editor Search this
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These records consist of catalog specifications; correspondence with art magazines; proposals for publication funding; publication budget; price lists; copyright material;
and administrative memoranda.
The functions of the publication editor date back to FY 1968 when Georgia M. Rhoades was appointed editor, National Collection of Fine Arts (NCFA). In FY 1969 the office
was officially titled the Editorial Office, and in FY 1970 the title was changed to Publication Editor, with Rhoades remaining editor of the Office.
Responsibilities of the Publication Editor include the editing of NCFA catalogs; assisting NCFA staff in the writing of articles for publication in professional and semiprofessional
art journals; securing the printing of invitations for exhibitions openings; securing the printing of posters; editing and writing articles for Artyfacts, a weekly
information newsletter for NCFA staff; and investigating fund procedures for NCFA publications.