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Exhibition catalogs

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Charles Russell Collection

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MS-0039
Scope and Contents

The items comprising the Russell Collection were gathered by R.D. Warden.  The collection consists of approximately 7,000 items, among which are 900 books.  Exhibit and gallery catalogs, advertisements, and news articles about the "cowboy artist" Russell and his colleagues are included in the collection. The University of Nebraska-Lincoln acquired the collection in 1977.

Dates: 1901-1977

Exhibition Catalogs, Nebraska Art Association Records

Identifier: RG-54-04-01
Scope and Contents

The catalogs and brochures are those created by the Nebraska Art Association for exhibitions that took place at the University between 1909 and 1965, just two years after the dedication of the Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery.

Dates: Majority of material found within 1909-1965

Jane Dunnewold, Quilt Papers

Identifier: MS-0486
Scope and Contents

The papers include Dunnewold's notebooks with design ideas and notes, awards, correspondence, publications by or featuring Dunnewold, newspaper clippings, and art exhibition catalogs and fliers. Also included are handmade artbooks, designs, newsletters, and photographs of Dunnewold’s work

Dates: 1973-2020

Susan Miller, Collection on Quilts

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MS-0326
Scope and Contents

The Susan Miller, Collection on quilts contains mostly quilt catalogs and magazines.

Dates: 1996-1998

Xenia Cord, Quilt Papers

 Collection — Box 001
Identifier: MS-0287
Scope and Contents

The materials include an article about "The Great Midwest Quilt Show and Sale," a booklet about the show that contains advice on how to buy an antique quilt. There are several publications produced for quilt shows and museum exhibits, with a catalog for the show "Marie Webster Quilts: A Retrospective," held at the Indianapolis Museum of Art in 1991. The collection contains a piece of centennial fabric from the back of an 1880s quilt.

Dates: 1880-1991