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Richmond (Va.)

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Subject Source: Unspecified ingested source

Found in 177 Collections and/or Records:

Records of the Richmond Artists Association (SC-09)

 File — Multiple Containers
Identifier: SC-09
Abstract The collection documents the history of the Richmond Artists Association (RAA), from its founding in 1955 by artist Westwood Winfree, to 2005 when the group joined with another Richmond art organization to form the Metropolitan Richmond Artists Association. The material highlights RAA’s growth and achievements over five decades, including early annual exhibitions at the Carillon and Miller and Rhoads, as well as numerous other exhibitions. Meeting minutes, officer files, and membership...
Dates: 1955-2005

Richmond [two women and a man, Louis Draper self portrait in a car window], undated

 Item — Box VA-04 Box 26: Series VA-04-03, Item: VA04.03.3.018.T1
Identifier: VA04.03.3.018.T1
Scope and Contents From the Item:

The collection's inclusive dates are 1945-2005, with the bulk of the material dating from the 1960s-1990s. The collection is comprised of correspondence, ephemera, publications, negatives, contact sheets, slides, prints, and photographic equipment.

Dates: undated

"Royal Russian Treasures," Richmond News Leader (2 copies), Apr. 20, 1932

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 2: Series SC-07-03; Series SC-07-04; Series SC-07-05, Folder: 15, Item: SC07.04.0.001
Identifier: SC07.04.0.001
Scope and Contents Transcription: Thalhimers cordially invite you to view this extraordinary exhibit of Royal Russian TreasuresThis remarkable assemblage of Russian treasures were collected by two intrepid young Americans, Dr. Armand Hammer and his brother, Mr. Victor Hammer. It's the first important collection to come out of Russia since the Revolution. Be sure to see it. All Articles are for Sale Royal Crown Jeweled Objects Icons from the 15th Century Antique Fabrics and...
Dates: Apr. 20, 1932

Russian Art, Nov. 11-Dec. 17, 1944

 Item — Shelf Publications Archive: Series PB-01-01; Series PB-01-02, Item: RG23.06.1944.015
Identifier: RG23.06.1944.015
Series Description From the Series:

This series is comprised of catalogs published for exhibitions held at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. A small number of catalogs were used as texts to support an exhibition, but are not actual exhibition catalogs, such as publications about collectors, or publications created by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES).

The identifier for each catalog is the same as the master exhibition number.

Dates: Nov. 11-Dec. 17, 1944

Satirical Paintings and Drawings by Caroline Durieux, Mar. 31-Apr. 16, 1944

 Item — Shelf Publications Archive: Series PB-01-01; Series PB-01-02, Item: RG23.06.1944.005
Identifier: RG23.06.1944.005
Series Description From the Series:

This series is comprised of catalogs published for exhibitions held at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. A small number of catalogs were used as texts to support an exhibition, but are not actual exhibition catalogs, such as publications about collectors, or publications created by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES).

The identifier for each catalog is the same as the master exhibition number.

Dates: Mar. 31-Apr. 16, 1944

Seibel Cartoons, Feb. 17-Mar. 12, 1944

 Item — Shelf Publications Archive: Series PB-01-01; Series PB-01-02, Item: RG23.06.1944.003
Identifier: RG23.06.1944.003
Series Description From the Series:

This series is comprised of catalogs published for exhibitions held at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. A small number of catalogs were used as texts to support an exhibition, but are not actual exhibition catalogs, such as publications about collectors, or publications created by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES).

The identifier for each catalog is the same as the master exhibition number.

Dates: Feb. 17-Mar. 12, 1944

Seventy-Eight Sketches by Gari Melchers, Oct. 3-Nov. 3, 1939

 Item — Shelf Publications Archive: Series PB-01-01; Series PB-01-02, Item: RG23.06.1939.008
Identifier: RG23.06.1939.008
Series Description From the Series:

This series is comprised of catalogs published for exhibitions held at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. A small number of catalogs were used as texts to support an exhibition, but are not actual exhibition catalogs, such as publications about collectors, or publications created by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES).

The identifier for each catalog is the same as the master exhibition number.

Dates: Oct. 3-Nov. 3, 1939

Soldiers' Home, Boulevard and Grove Ave., Richmond, Va., [1914]

 Item — Box SC-21 Box 1: Series SC-21-01; Series SC-21-02, Item: SC21.01.2.004
Identifier: SC21.01.2.004
Scope and Contents From the Item:

The collection’s inclusive dates are 1885-1958, with the bulk of the material dating from 1885-1937. The collection is comprised of photographs, postcards, reunion ribbons, press clippings, and a guest register.

Dates: [1914]

Soldiers' Home, Boulevard and Grove Ave., Richmond, Va., undated

 Item — Box SC-21 Box 1: Series SC-21-01; Series SC-21-02, Item: SC21.01.2.006
Identifier: SC21.01.2.006
Scope and Contents From the Item:

The collection’s inclusive dates are 1885-1958, with the bulk of the material dating from 1885-1937. The collection is comprised of photographs, postcards, reunion ribbons, press clippings, and a guest register.

Dates: undated

Soldiers' Home (Boulevard and Grove Avenue), Richmond, VA, undated

 Item — Box SC-21 Box 1: Series SC-21-01; Series SC-21-02, Item: SC21.01.2.005
Identifier: SC21.01.2.005
Scope and Contents From the Item:

The collection’s inclusive dates are 1885-1958, with the bulk of the material dating from 1885-1937. The collection is comprised of photographs, postcards, reunion ribbons, press clippings, and a guest register.

Dates: undated

Soldiers' Home, Boulevard Ave, Richmond, Va., [ca. 1913]

 Item — Box SC-21 Box 1: Series SC-21-01; Series SC-21-02, Item: SC21.01.2.003
Identifier: SC21.01.2.003
Scope and Contents From the Item:

The collection’s inclusive dates are 1885-1958, with the bulk of the material dating from 1885-1937. The collection is comprised of photographs, postcards, reunion ribbons, press clippings, and a guest register.

Dates: [ca. 1913]

Souvenirs from the Pacific, Nov. 17-Dec. 11, 1946

 Item — Shelf Publications Archive: Series PB-01-01; Series PB-01-02, Item: RG23.06.1946.016
Identifier: RG23.06.1946.016
Series Description From the Series:

This series is comprised of catalogs published for exhibitions held at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. A small number of catalogs were used as texts to support an exhibition, but are not actual exhibition catalogs, such as publications about collectors, or publications created by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES).

The identifier for each catalog is the same as the master exhibition number.

Dates: Nov. 17-Dec. 11, 1946

The 11th Exhibition of the Work of Virginia Artists, Mar. 27-Apr. 23, 1947

 Item — Shelf Publications Archive: Series PB-01-01; Series PB-01-02, Item: RG23.06.1947.005
Identifier: RG23.06.1947.005
Series Description From the Series:

This series is comprised of catalogs published for exhibitions held at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. A small number of catalogs were used as texts to support an exhibition, but are not actual exhibition catalogs, such as publications about collectors, or publications created by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES).

The identifier for each catalog is the same as the master exhibition number.

Dates: Mar. 27-Apr. 23, 1947

The Burch-Schulze Collection of Masterpieces of American Painting, Oct. 9-Nov. 22, 1937

 Item — Shelf Publications Archive: Series PB-01-01; Series PB-01-02, Item: RG23.06.1937.007
Identifier: RG23.06.1937.007
Series Description From the Series:

This series is comprised of catalogs published for exhibitions held at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. A small number of catalogs were used as texts to support an exhibition, but are not actual exhibition catalogs, such as publications about collectors, or publications created by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES).

The identifier for each catalog is the same as the master exhibition number.

Dates: Oct. 9-Nov. 22, 1937

The Centenary of Postage Stamps in the United States of America, Jul. 1-31, 1947

 Item — Shelf Publications Archive: Series PB-01-01; Series PB-01-02, Item: RG23.06.1947.008
Identifier: RG23.06.1947.008
Series Description From the Series:

This series is comprised of catalogs published for exhibitions held at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. A small number of catalogs were used as texts to support an exhibition, but are not actual exhibition catalogs, such as publications about collectors, or publications created by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES).

The identifier for each catalog is the same as the master exhibition number.

Dates: Jul. 1-31, 1947

The Collections of Mr. William A. Willingham, Oct. 15-Nov. 4, 1940

 Item — Shelf Publications Archive: Series PB-01-01; Series PB-01-02, Item: RG23.06.1940.011
Identifier: RG23.06.1940.011
Series Description From the Series:

This series is comprised of catalogs published for exhibitions held at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. A small number of catalogs were used as texts to support an exhibition, but are not actual exhibition catalogs, such as publications about collectors, or publications created by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES).

The identifier for each catalog is the same as the master exhibition number.

Dates: Oct. 15-Nov. 4, 1940

The Eighth Exhibition of the Work of Virginia Artists, Apr. 12-May 25, 1941

 Item — Shelf Publications Archive: Series PB-01-01; Series PB-01-02, Item: RG23.06.1941.005
Identifier: RG23.06.1941.005
Series Description From the Series:

This series is comprised of catalogs published for exhibitions held at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. A small number of catalogs were used as texts to support an exhibition, but are not actual exhibition catalogs, such as publications about collectors, or publications created by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES).

The identifier for each catalog is the same as the master exhibition number.

Dates: Apr. 12-May 25, 1941

The Eighth Virginia Photographic Salon, Apr. 22-May 6, 1944

 Item — Shelf Publications Archive: Series PB-01-01; Series PB-01-02, Item: RG23.06.1944.006
Identifier: RG23.06.1944.006
Series Description From the Series:

This series is comprised of catalogs published for exhibitions held at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. A small number of catalogs were used as texts to support an exhibition, but are not actual exhibition catalogs, such as publications about collectors, or publications created by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES).

The identifier for each catalog is the same as the master exhibition number.

Dates: Apr. 22-May 6, 1944

The Eleventh Virginia Photographic Salon, Apr. 26-May 14, 1947

 Item — Shelf Publications Archive: Series PB-01-01; Series PB-01-02, Item: RG23.06.1947.006
Identifier: RG23.06.1947.006
Series Description From the Series:

This series is comprised of catalogs published for exhibitions held at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. A small number of catalogs were used as texts to support an exhibition, but are not actual exhibition catalogs, such as publications about collectors, or publications created by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES).

The identifier for each catalog is the same as the master exhibition number.

Dates: Apr. 26-May 14, 1947

The Fifth Annual Exhibition of the Work of Virginia Artists, Apr. 25-May 24, 1936

 Item — Shelf Publications Archive: Series PB-01-01; Series PB-01-02, Item: RG23.06.1936.006
Identifier: RG23.06.1936.006
Series Description From the Series:

This series is comprised of catalogs published for exhibitions held at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. A small number of catalogs were used as texts to support an exhibition, but are not actual exhibition catalogs, such as publications about collectors, or publications created by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES).

The identifier for each catalog is the same as the master exhibition number.

Dates: Apr. 25-May 24, 1936

The Fifth Biennial Exhibition of Contemporary American Paintings, Mar. 30-Apr. 25, 1946

 Item — Shelf Publications Archive: Series PB-01-01; Series PB-01-02, Item: RG23.06.1946.004
Identifier: RG23.06.1946.004
Series Description From the Series:

This series is comprised of catalogs published for exhibitions held at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. A small number of catalogs were used as texts to support an exhibition, but are not actual exhibition catalogs, such as publications about collectors, or publications created by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES).

The identifier for each catalog is the same as the master exhibition number.

Dates: Mar. 30-Apr. 25, 1946

The Fifth Virginia Photographic Salon, Mar. 5-24, 1941

 Item — Shelf Publications Archive: Series PB-01-01; Series PB-01-02, Item: RG23.06.1941.002
Identifier: RG23.06.1941.002
Series Description From the Series:

This series is comprised of catalogs published for exhibitions held at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. A small number of catalogs were used as texts to support an exhibition, but are not actual exhibition catalogs, such as publications about collectors, or publications created by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES).

The identifier for each catalog is the same as the master exhibition number.

Dates: Mar. 5-24, 1941

The First Biennial Exhibition of Contemporary American Paintings, Mar. 12-Apr. 24, 1938

 Item — Shelf Publications Archive: Series PB-01-01; Series PB-01-02, Item: RG23.06.1938.003
Identifier: RG23.06.1938.003
Series Description From the Series:

This series is comprised of catalogs published for exhibitions held at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. A small number of catalogs were used as texts to support an exhibition, but are not actual exhibition catalogs, such as publications about collectors, or publications created by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES).

The identifier for each catalog is the same as the master exhibition number.

Dates: Mar. 12-Apr. 24, 1938

The Fourth Biennial Exhibition of Contemporary American Paintings, Mar. 18-Apr. 16, 1944

 Item — Shelf Publications Archive: Series PB-01-01; Series PB-01-02, Item: RG23.06.1944.004
Identifier: RG23.06.1944.004
Series Description From the Series:

This series is comprised of catalogs published for exhibitions held at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. A small number of catalogs were used as texts to support an exhibition, but are not actual exhibition catalogs, such as publications about collectors, or publications created by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES).

The identifier for each catalog is the same as the master exhibition number.

Dates: Mar. 18-Apr. 16, 1944

The Fourth Virginia Photographic Salon, Feb. 17-Mar. 5, 1940

 Item — Shelf Publications Archive: Series PB-01-01; Series PB-01-02, Item: RG23.06.1940.003
Identifier: RG23.06.1940.003
Series Description From the Series:

This series is comprised of catalogs published for exhibitions held at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. A small number of catalogs were used as texts to support an exhibition, but are not actual exhibition catalogs, such as publications about collectors, or publications created by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES).

The identifier for each catalog is the same as the master exhibition number.

Dates: Feb. 17-Mar. 5, 1940

"The Home for Ex-Confederate Soldiers and Sailors at Richmond, VA," Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, pages 5-6, Aug. 22, 1885

 Item — Box SC-21 Box 1: Series SC-21-01; Series SC-21-02, Item: SC21.02.0.001
Identifier: SC21.02.0.001
Scope and Contents From the Item:

The collection’s inclusive dates are 1885-1958, with the bulk of the material dating from 1885-1937. The collection is comprised of photographs, postcards, reunion ribbons, press clippings, and a guest register.

Dates: Aug. 22, 1885

The Human Story in Needlework, Jan. 18-Feb. 18, 1945

 Item — Shelf Publications Archive: Series PB-01-01; Series PB-01-02, Item: RG23.06.1945.001
Identifier: RG23.06.1945.001
Series Description From the Series:

This series is comprised of catalogs published for exhibitions held at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. A small number of catalogs were used as texts to support an exhibition, but are not actual exhibition catalogs, such as publications about collectors, or publications created by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES).

The identifier for each catalog is the same as the master exhibition number.

Dates: Jan. 18-Feb. 18, 1945

The Jaquelin-Ambler Portraits, Jan. 14-Feb. 25, 1939

 Item — Shelf Publications Archive: Series PB-01-01; Series PB-01-02, Item: RG23.06.1939.001
Identifier: RG23.06.1939.001
Series Description From the Series:

This series is comprised of catalogs published for exhibitions held at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. A small number of catalogs were used as texts to support an exhibition, but are not actual exhibition catalogs, such as publications about collectors, or publications created by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES).

The identifier for each catalog is the same as the master exhibition number.

Dates: Jan. 14-Feb. 25, 1939

The Lipton Collection, Jan. 9-Feb. 9, 1953

 Item — Shelf Publications Archive: Series PB-01-01; Series PB-01-02, Item: RG23.06.1953.001
Identifier: RG23.06.1953.001
Series Description From the Series:

This series is comprised of catalogs published for exhibitions held at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. A small number of catalogs were used as texts to support an exhibition, but are not actual exhibition catalogs, such as publications about collectors, or publications created by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES).

The identifier for each catalog is the same as the master exhibition number.

Dates: Jan. 9-Feb. 9, 1953

The Main Currents in the Development of American Painting, Jan. 16-Mar. 1, 1936

 Item — Shelf Publications Archive: Series PB-01-01; Series PB-01-02, Item: RG23.06.1936.001
Identifier: RG23.06.1936.001
Series Description From the Series:

This series is comprised of catalogs published for exhibitions held at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. A small number of catalogs were used as texts to support an exhibition, but are not actual exhibition catalogs, such as publications about collectors, or publications created by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES).

The identifier for each catalog is the same as the master exhibition number.

Dates: Jan. 16-Mar. 1, 1936