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Bohrod, Aaron.
Correspondence (1932-1963) with family, art organizations and associations, educational institutions, galleries and museums, patrons, and fellow artists; 3 original sketches; manuscript articles, critiques, notes, reviews, speeches; 2 lists of paintings, with descriptions and some prices; and a small amount of memorabilia. Correspondence with Ivan Albright, American Artists Group, Associated American Artists, Will Barnet, Cameron Booth, David Breger, Howard Cook, Adolf Dehn, August Derleth, Federal Art Project, Frank Getlein, Moss Hart, Kaj Klitgaard, Georges Schreiber, Lawrence Beall Smith, Raphael Soyer, Frederic Taubes, U.S. Dept. of the Treasury, U.S. War Office, Grant Wood, and many others.
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Associated American Artists
The Associated American Artists Records comprises articles, clippings, exhibition catalogs, photographs and promotional material pertaining to the general history of the organization, the individual artists it represented, and promotions for various clients. Originally housed in 27 scrapbooks, the documents have been removed and placed in folders for archival preservation.
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Gross, Chaim, 1904-1991.
Correspondence (1943-1964); and exhibition catalogs, clippings, and articles about Chaim Gross (1937-1964). Incoming correspondence includes that of Sidney Alexander, Associated American Artists, George Biddle, Theodore Bikel, Isabel Bishop, Butler Institute of American Art, Rhys Caparn, Federico Castellón, Philip Evergood, Robert Gwathmey, Benjamin Kopman, Leon Kroll, Yasuo Kuniyoshi, Hedy Lamarr, Millard Lampell, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Irving Marantz, Herman Maril, Museum of Modern Art, National Institute of Arts and Letters, New School for Social Research, Jan Peerce, Raphael Soyer, Sabina Teichman, Carl Van Vechten, Harold Weston, Whitney Museum of American Art, and William Zorach.