Lovell

Tom Lovell Papers

Tom Lovell Papers, circa 1845-1997
58.4 cubic feet (72 document boxes, 15 flat boxes, 9 photo file boxes, 7 oversized folders)
Location: 0477-0510; 0655-0656; 0659-0662; 0701; and Flat File 2/Drawers 2 & 3
Collection #: 056
Accession #: 2000.035

Introduction

Tom Lovell’s love of history and his devotion to detailed accuracy was reflected in his art. He began illustrating for pulp magazines during his junior year in the College of Fine Arts at Syracuse University. He received his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in 1931. Lovell said that he was fortunate to be able to earn a living illustrating during the Depression when so many people were unable to find work.

Lovell spent almost 40 years as an illustrator and his work appeared in early pulp and popular magazines. His illustrations also appeared in The National Geographic Magazine, along with a series on the Vikings. He produced several illustrations for the Civil War series in Life Magazine to commemorate the centennial of the Civil War. Lovell’s work illustrated many products. Perhaps his most famous was the Continental Soldier, 1781 for the Continental Life Insurance Company. In 1969, he left the world of illustrators and turned his attention to western art when the Abell-Hanger Foundation commissioned him to do a series of paintings depicting the southwest and early oil industry in the Permian Basin of West Texas.

Tom Lovell was a founding member of the National Academy of Western Art. He received many honors for his illustrations and paintings. He was winner of the prestigious Prix de West award twice for his paintings. He was inducted into the Society of Illustrators in 1974. In 1992, Lovell received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the National Cowboy Hall of Fame and the Robert Lougheed Memorial Award for Traditional Painter of Western History.

Along with personal papers, pamphlets, booklets, research notes and sketches, the Tom Lovell Collection contains approximately 16,000 negatives, photographs, and transparencies. The collection also contains numerous tearsheets of Lovell’s illustrations and paintings. Scrapbooks and folders in the collection contain the tearsheets of other illustrators.

Biography

Tom Lovell was born in New York City on February 5, 1909. As a boy, he spent hours with his mother at the Museum of Natural History sketching. He worked on several jobs unrelated to art before enrolling in the College of Fine Arts at New York’s Syracuse University. While still working toward his degree, Lovell began working as an illustrator for the popular pulp magazines of the time. He earned a Bachelor in Fine Arts degree from Syracuse in 1931. Lovell met Gloyd Simmons while in college and nicknamed her “Pink” because of the pink smock she wore to art class. They married in 1934 and had two children, David and Deborah.

Lovell said that he was fortunate to earn seven dollars per illustration at a time when most authors only earned one cent a word. In 1937 Lovell switched to the more “glamorous, sophisticated slick” magazines. During World War II, Lovell served in the U.S. Marines as an illustrator for their publication, Leatherneck Magazine. He illustrated the stories for many popular magazines including National Geographic, Life, Time, Cosmopolitan, Ladies Home Journal, Woman’s Home Companion, McCall’s, and Colliers. His illustrations sprinkled the pages of the works authored by Edna Ferber, Louis Bromfield, Paul Gallico, and Sinclair Lewis (Jones, p. 70-71).

In 1944, Lovell joined the U.S. Marines, hoping to be assigned as a combat artist. However, he served two years as a staff artist for the Leatherneck Magazine, the U.S. Marine Corporation Publication. Lovell produced several historical paintings including the Marines’ fight for Belleau Wood during World War I, Admiral Robert E. Peary, Guadacanal!, and the Battle of Tenaru River. Lovell’s painting, Tarawa Landing, is on display at the Marine Corps Historical Center in Washington, D.C. (Jones, p. 71).

Lovell first began using scale models to study the effect of light and composition for his paintings while researching material for the Tarawa Landing. He was able to move the models about to observe the lighting and shadows they made. This became a habit which he used throughout his lifetime. He researched the landscape, people, the time period, and other important information by “…traveling to sites, making sketches, reading primary sources like journals, logs, and eyewitness accounts” (Jones, p. 68) to have a better idea about an incident he wanted to portray before ever touching a canvas. Friends and family members posed for countless photographs and sketches. Lovell studied these for the components which made up each movement, expression, and costume, along with the angles of light and shadow. Lovell’s study of research material about the subjects he chose and his attention to the smallest detail made his paintings so lifelike.

After the war, Lovell returned to illustrating for major magazines, where his career spanned almost 40 years. During which time, he was commissioned to do a series on the Vikings for the National Geographic Society, followed by a series on the Civil War for Life magazine, and a study of the early history of the Mormon Church for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. In 1969, Lovell left the world of illustrations and turned his attention to western art when the Abell-Hanger Foundation commissioned him to do a series of paintings depicting the southwest and early oil industry in the Permian Basin of West Texas.

In the 1970s Lovell moved his family from Connecticut to Santa Fe, New Mexico, to pursue his first love — historical art. As Lovell wrote,

“I had been interested in the American Indian since I was nine years old… That interest never left me, although it was many years before I could really apply it to my work. When I moved West, it seemed all this interest and knowledge had come home to roost. While I had no great desire to be a cowboy, I knew the West was a lot more things than just cowboying. There are a lot of artists who know about the cowboy subject matter well, so they do that. I like the idea of going back in time, so that’s what I do.” (“Tom Lovell 5/25/88 Draft II”).
Lovell’s imagination, research abilities, and artistic skill blend perfectly in his artwork to tell a story. The subjects Lovell portrayed in his paintings ranged from ancient to contemporary times. His artwork is a study of human existence and an expression of the emotion tied to an event which actually happened or could have happened. The historical topics Lovell has portrayed range from the ancient Greek athletes and the Vikings, to the Fall of Nicaea and the Battle of Hastings, to the arrival of Admiral Peary at the North Pole, to battles of the Revolutionary War, the Civil War, and both World Wars, to the vivid images of the Old West and Native Americans.

Throughout his career, Lovell received many honors. He was inducted into the Society of Illustrators Hall of Fame in 1974. His paintings hang in the United States Capital, the U.S. Maritime Academy, the New Britain Museum, the U.S. Marine Corps Headquarters, the National Geographic Society, the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum, the Abell-Hanger Foundation, galleries of corporate offices, and private collections. “He was among the founding charter members of the National Academy of Western Art, the forerunner of the National Cowboy Hall of Fame’s Prix de West Invitational Exhibition.” (VanDeventer, M.J., Prix de West News, May 1998 p.8). And in 1992, the National Cowboy Hall of Fame honored him with its prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award ” . . . during the National Academy of Western Art Exhibition and praised him for ‘capturing the romance and the majesty of the American West’ in his paintings.” (VanDeventer, p. 8). That same year Lovell was awarded the Robert Lougheed Memorial Award for Traditional Painter of Western History.

Lovell’s love of history, and his accomplished skill as a painter, blend together to make him a respected and honored artist. Throughout his life, students, friends, and colleagues respected his advice, instruction, and friendship. The public sought his work. Each of Lovell’s well-researched paintings portrays a part of history that romanticizes and preserves an event from an individual’s perspective as if you are standing observing the action or were a part of what was happening. His artwork draws the viewer into it, sparking the imagination of what could have happened and how it might have felt to be there.

On June 29, 1997, Tom Lovell was tragically killed in an automobile accident at the age of 88. As he once said, “I’m a lucky man. I’ve been painting for over 50 years. And I’ve dreamed my dreams” (VanDeventer, p. 8). His life was well spent, doing what he loved best – – illustrating life and history for others to enjoy. Future generations and enthusiasts of the Old West of all ages will benefit from his knowledge of the subjects he painted and the events he portrayed.

Sources:
Jones, Byron B., “Stories of Survival: Tom Lovell” Southwest Art. May 1983, p. 66-83)
Tom Lovell – a Biographical Sketch (1974) Number One in a series of booklets on the twelve leading American Artists whose paintings were selected as 1974 winners of the Franklin Mint Gold Medal Award for Distinguished Western Art.
“Tom Lovell 5/25/88 Draft II”
Who’s Who in American Art, 1980 (p 461)

Chronology:

1909, Feb 5 – Born in New York City to Henry S Lovell, Jr. and Edith Scott (Russell) Lovell.
1926, Feb – Job – US Shipping Board – Seaman on SS Leviathan
1927 – Began attending Art classes at Syracuse University College of Fine Arts
1930 – Began doing dry-brush drawings for Hersey Publications (Gangster Magazine, etc)
1931 – Graduate from Syracuse University College of Fine Arts with a BFA; continued working for Pulp Magazines (Shadow, Wild West Weekly, published by Street & Smith, and others)
1934 – Married Gloyd “Pink” Simmons
1937 – Bid for “Slick” magazines and began working for American, Cosmopolitan, Women’s Home Companion, Good Housekeeping, Ladies Home Journal, McCall’s, Collier’s, etc.
1940 – Moved to Westport, Connecticut
1944 – Enlisted in the Marine Corps w/John Clymer
1949 – Birth of Daughter, Deborah (Debby)
1960’s (ny) – Commissioned to do historical paintings for the Mormon Church
1961 – Commissioned by Life Magazine to do The Fleet Passing Vicksburg, VMI Cadets at New Market, and Battle of the Crater
1969 – Last Illustrations done
1969 – Commissioned by the Abell-Hanger Foundation of Midland, Texas, to do 14 historical paintings of the Permian Basin area, relating to the oil industry.
1973 – Organized the National Academy of Western Art (NAWA) and show
1974 – Franklin Mint Gold Medal Award, Distinguished Western Art: Tumbleweed Serenade
1974 – Prix de West Winner: The Wolf Men
1974, June – Inducted into the Society of Illustrators Hall of Fame
1975 – Cowboy Artists of America Award: The Thaw
1975 – Invited to join Cowboy Artists of America
1976 – Gold Medal Oil Award: Time of the Cold Maker
1976 – Cowboy Artists of America Award: The Deceivers
1977 – Built house in Santa Fe, NM
1977 – Cowboy Artists of America, Silver Medal: Bad Face Strategy
1978 – Cowboy Artists of America, Silver Medal Oil Award: Invitation to Trade
1983 – Cowboy Artists of America, Gold Medal Oil Award: Captain Murie’s Pawnees
1984 – Cowboy Artists of America, Silver Medal Drawing Award: The Image Maker
1986 – Wife, Gloyd “Pink” Lovell died
1986 – Prix de West Winner: Target Practice
1986 – Cowboy Artists of America, Silver Medal Drawing Award: Corn on the Cartridge Belt
1988 – Cowboy Artists of America, Gold Medal Drawing Award: Four Times to the Sun
1989 – Cowboy Artists of America, Silver Medal Oil Award: Dry Goods and Molasses
1991 – Cowboy Artists of America, Gold Medal Drawing Award: Trade Goods – Ft Union
1992, Mar 21-June 7 – Tom Lovell Retrospective at the National Cowboy Hall of Fame Lifetime Achievement Award from the National Cowboy Hall of Fame
1992 – Robert Lougheed Memorial Award for Traditional Painter of Western History
1997, June 29 – Died in Automobile Accident, Santa Fe, New Mexico

The scope of the collection ranges from before Lovell’s birth in 1909 to his death in 1997. The collection contains personal and family papers; biographical booklets; cards and letters received from friends and publishers; research materials in the form of photocopies and notes; booklets, pamphlets, and catalogues; photographic images in the form of black and white and color negatives, prints, Polaroid prints, slides, and transparencies; sketches; tearsheets; and scrapbooks. There are hundreds of tearsheets of study images, Lovell paintings and illustrations, as well as the illustrations of other artists.

The Tom Lovell Papers has been divided into ten series. Each series is then divided into sub-series:

Series 1: Personal (ca. 1917-1997) 
This series contains biographical information, biographical booklets, educational papers, military records, awards, and family papers.

Series 2: Letters (ca. 1923-1997, n.d.)
This series is comprised of letters received from publishers, and cards and letters from friends. Many of the cards and envelopes received from fellow artists include original sketches from the sender. This series does not contain any letters written by Lovell, however, there are notes by Lovell for letters as he prepared to compose them. It is unknown if these drafts were ever written or sent.

Series 3: Research Materials (ca. 1845-1997, n.d.)
This series contains notes and photocopies of articles from books, encyclopedias, and other materials used in the background research for a particular illustration or painting. Research topics are organized alphabetically. This series also contains notes Lovell made in preparation for his artwork, talks, and seminars.

Series 4: Booklets/Pamphlets (ca. 1884-1996, n.d.)
This series contains booklets, pamphlets, flyers, postcards, newsletters and magazines. It is divided into four primary sub-series: Biographical, Trips/Vacations, Catalogues and Magazines. Trips/Vacations contains booklets, pamphlets and postcards of various sites from the United States, Canada, Europe and Asia. There are booklets and pamphlets covering many subject areas in this series. Also included are complete issues of magazines and newsletters.

Series 5: Sketches (n.d.)
Sketches series includes many types of sketches, ranging in size from a rough sketch on a scrap of paper or the back of an envelope to a full-scale detailed study on large paper. The majority of these are done in pencil. Lovell often added notes about color, size, scale, etc. In many cases, there are several sketches on the same sheet, front and back. In order to facilitate the processing a sketch is counted by the page (front-side only), no matter how many sketches may appear on that page. Please note that sketches also appear on the reverse side of photographs, letters, and on the outside of folders used in filing. In these instances, the primary source dictates the series the sketch is filed in (e.g. a photograph with a sketch on the reverse, would be placed with other photographs). Sub-series include, paintings, illustrations and cover art, illustrated products, and study sketches.

Series 6: Photographs (ca. 1861-1997)
This series represents a very large portion of the collection and includes photographs of family and friends, Lovell’s homes, trips/vacations, study photographs of models, animals, movie sets, and movie publicity shots. This series also contains many photographs of Lovell’s illustrations, cover art, and paintings. Images in this series are divided into the image type sub-series of Slides, Negatives, and Transparencies.

Series 7: Tearsheets (ca. 1884-1996, n.d.) 
This series represents another large section of the Lovell Collection and includes tearsheets of Lovell’s paintings and illustrations, cover art, and many study or reference tearsheets of animals, people, places, and things. Also included in this series are the tearsheets of illustrations by other artists.

Series 8: Other/Misc. (n.d.)
This includes slide boxes, Research Center separation sheets, and other miscellaneous items.

Series 9: Scrapbooks (ca. 1889-1915, n.d.)
Scrapbooks contain two scrapbooks with illustrations by Charles Dana Gibson and G. R. Switzer.

Series 10: Oversized (n.d.)
This series contains oversized materials from the above series.

Paintings/Illustrations: 
Abandoned Dreams
Admiral Robert E. Peary
An Elder
Apache
Apache (not Scout)
Apache Trail Signs
Arrows, Powder and Ball
Attack on Battery Wagner (Civil War)
Backscratcher, The
Bad Face Strategy
Barrel Hoops for Arrow Heads
Battle of Tenaru River
Battle of Hastings
Battle of the Crater (Civil War)
Battle at Tenaru River
Berdan’s Sharpshooters – Second Day at Gettysburg (Civil War)
Black Bed, The
Blackfeet Wall, The
Bowstring Warriors
Boys and the Frog
Bride’s Home at a Wildcat Well, A
Buffalo Caller
Buffalo Hunter, The
Buffalo Tea
Buglar, The
Bulletin Board, The
Camels in Texas
Captain Clark and the Air Gun
Captain Clark’s Gift
Captain Fremont’s Howitzer
Captain Lewis and the Buffalo Calf
Captain Murie’s Pawnees
Captain Pope’s Wells
Carson’s Boatyard
Catchers of Wild Horses
Cattle Drive – Five Finger Rapids, Yukon
Cheyenne Dog Rope
Chiricahua Scout
Christmas at Cripple Creek
Cobbler’s Bench
Comanche Moon
Continental Soldier, The
Contrary One, The
Cooling the Big 50
Corn on the Cartridge Belt
Coronado’s Expedition
Cottonwood Breakfast
Cottonwood Gazette
Cow Bell, The
Culture at Silver City
De Vaca Performing Operation on Lipan Apache, near Pecos River – 1530
Deceiver, The
Dog Rope Souldier (Cheyenne)
Dog Soldier – Arm of the Law
Dragging the Fire Line
Dry Goods and Molasses
Dust Signal, The
Earth-House People, The
End of the Denver Gold Rush
Even Trade
Finishing Touch, The
Fire in the Buffalo Grass
Fires on the Oregon Trail
First Horses for the Brule Sioux
Five Miles Ahead of the Column
Flannel Shirt Flag, The
Flash Flood
Fog Bank, The
Four Times to the Sun
Friendly Willows, The
General Fremont in the Rockies
Gift, The
Going Home
Good Provider, The
Governor’s Place, Santa Fe, 1840
Graveyard, The
Grub Line Riders, The
Guadacanal!
Gun Doctor, The
Handwarmer, The
Heirloom, The
Helpers, The
Henry David Thoreau
Hevhaitanio – Hair Rope Cheyenne
Hilltop Grass
Homage to Bison
Horse Raid, The
Hunter and His Uncle, The
Hunter, The
Image Maker, The
Indian and Gun
Indian Profile
Indian Torso
Indian Head
Into the Eye of the Sun
Invitation to Trade
Iron Shirt, The
Jump Suit, The
Keep Riding
Kiowa Ventriloquist
Koda Olympic Runners
Lariat Maker, The
Lewis & Clark
Lincoln Sketch
Listening for the Drums
Little Wolf Defies the U.S. Army
Long-Ago Creature, The (Dinosaur Bones)
Long Time Till New Grass
Long Warpath, The
Lost Rag Doll, The
Loud Mouth Gun, The
Mail Run, The
Marking the Crossing
Mohawk
More Than Meets the Eye
Mr. Bodmer’s Music Box
Mud Owl’s Warning, The
New Grass
New Neighbors, The
New Saddle, The
New Water Hole, The
No More Bugles
No Room at the Inn
No Trade Today
Noble Train of Artillery, The
Northern & Southern Cheyenne
Offering, The
Old Santa Fe
Old Woman
Oliver Hanna and the Tree-Top Hay
Painting the Stolen Horses
Paratroopers, The
Parrot Dance, The
Pawnee Scout
Pecos Pueblo, About 1500
Pipe Man, The
Plane Table Crew, The
Pony Tracks and Empty Saddles
Professor Lowe’s Balloon (Civil War)
Quicksand
Ramrods and Buffalo Chips
Raven Followers, The
Recruiter, The
Riding Big Dance
Robe Traders, The
Salt Gatherers, The
Santa Claus ‘88
Saratoga Trunk
Scalp Lock, The
Scarecrow, The
Shadow and Cohert Rescue, The
Shadow Watcher, The
Shotgun Toll
Siege at Tyre
Sleeping Dog Sketch
Slow-Moving Target
Smoke-Filled Room, The
Spring Water Cart
Studio Mirror, Tom’s Wife
Study of Hands
Sugar in the Coffee
Sundown – Ft Union
Surrender at Appomattox (Civil War)
Survey Party Crossing the Pecos River
Surveyor, The
Surveyors at Camp
Swivel Gun, The
Talking to Skull
Target Practice
Teddy Blue & the Snowy Owl
Tender Moment, A
Thaw, The
Thoreau, Henry David
Thoughtful One, The
Throat Spray M1
Throne of Honor, The
Time of the Coldmaker
Toasted Buffalo
Tom’s Daughter, Debbie
Tom’s Son, David, with Dog
Too Cold to Ride
Town Crier
Trade at Midnight, A
Trade Goods – Fort Union
Trade Gun
Trapline Visitors
Tuft of Grass – Lakota
Tumbleweed Serenade
Tyre-Alexander Wedding
Uncle Sam’s Scout with Mirror
Union Fleet Passing Vicksburg, The (Civil War)
US Dragoons in Texas
Viking Trading on the Volga River
Viking Winter Feast
Vision Seeker, The
Walking Coyote and the Buffalo Orphans
Walt Whitman
War Bonnet Ceremony, The
Warm Ashes
Warrior No More, A
Water Hole, The
Watering Horses
Wheel Soakers, The
White Man’s Corn Tipis
White Man’s Eyes
Winchester 1866
Wire Trouble on the Overland Telegraph
Wolf Man
Wolf Men, The
Wrong Side Up
Youth Against Age
Youth’s Hour of Glory
Unknown Paintings

Publications with Lovell Illustrations:
Ace-High Magazine
American
Colliers
Cosmopolitan
Gangster Stories
Good Housekeeping
Ladies Home Journal
Leatherneck Magazine (US Marine publication)
Life
McCall’s
National Geographic Society
Redbook
The Shadow
Time
True
Western Stories
Woman’s Home Companion

Products Illustrated by Lovell:
Alpo Dog Food
Aluminum Limited
BeautyRest by Simmons
Calvert Blended Whiskey
Continental Insurance Company
New England Mutual Life Insurance Company
“A Better Life for You” Ads
Shell Oil Company

Subject Headings:
Accidents
Actors
Adobe
Advertising-History
Animals
Armor
Arms & armament
Art, American-West (U.S.)-20th century
Artists, American
Artists-United States-Biography
Artists-West (U.S.)-Biography
Artists’ models
Automobiles
Awards
Bears
Birds
Boats
Buffaloes
Cactus
Camels
Canoes
Carts & wagons
Cats
Cattle
Children
City & town life
Clothing & dress
Clouds
Costumes
Couples
Crowds
Deer
Dogs
Equipment
Families
Farms
Flowers
Forests
Friends
Furniture
Galleries & museums
Glacier National Park (Mont.)
Health
Horses
Horses w/People
Hunting
Illustrators, American
Illustrators-United States
Indians of North America
Lakes & ponds
Landscapes
Lions
Men
Military life
Models
Motion pictures
Mountaineering
Mountains
Mules
Music
People
Pets
Pulp magazines
Rabbits
Railroads
Rivers
Rocks
Runners (Sports)
Saddles
Science
Seas
Seascapes
Ships
Sleds & sleighs
Snow
Soldiers
Sports
Stages (Platforms)
Streams
Tack
Tigers
Transportation
Trees
Uniforms
United States-Civil War, 1861-1865
Viking ships
War
Water
Weather
West (U.S.)-In Art
Western wear
Winter
Wolves
Women

Personal Names:
Abbey, Edwin Austin, 1852-1911
Adams, Don
Aidman, Charles
Alexander, John White, 1856-1915
Allen, Courtney
Andress, Ursula, 1936-
Assante, Armand, 1949-
Barclay, McClelland
Baxter, Lynsey
Berridge, Elizabeth
Berry, Gene
Biggs, Walter
Blashfield, A. D.
Blumenschein, Ernest Leonard, 1874-1960
Bond, Ward, 1903-1960
Bonnard, Pierre, 1867-1947
Boone, Richard
Borgnine, Ernest, 1915-
Bowker, Judi
Bouquet, Carole
Boyle, Peter
Bradshaw, Terry
Bronson, Charles, 1920-
Burton, Richard, 1925-
Buzzi, Ruth
Cagney, James, 1899-1986
Caine, Michael
Cantrell, J. W.
Carlsen, Emil
Carey, Harry, 1921-
Carney, Art, 1918-
Carradine, Robert
Carter
Cassatt, Mary, 1844-1926
Cezanne, Paul, 1839-1906
Christy, Howard Chandler, 1873-1952
Cimino, Michael
Clark Guy
Clark, Walter Appleton, ca.1899-1906
Clayburgh, Jill
Clymer, John, 1907-
Connery, Sean
Conway, Tim
Cooper, Gary, 1901-1960
Corol
Cornelius, Aleta
Curtis, Tony, 1925-
Davis, Floyd
Degas, Edgar, 1834-1917
DeNiro, Robert
Dodge, A. B.
Dorgan, “Tap” Thomas A.
Douglas, Kirk, 1916-
Drian
Duncan, Frank, Jr.
Durfee, Hazard
Eastwood, Clint, 1930-
Edgern, Robert W.
Ellis, Dean
Fabbi, Fabio, 1861-1946
Fisher, Harrison, 1875-1934
Flagg, James Montgomery, 1877-1960
Frank, Jeffrey
Frost, A. B.(Arthur Burdett), 1851-1928
Gable, Clark, 1901-1960
Gibbs, George
Gibson, Charles Dana, 1867-1944
Gilbert, Allan, ca. 1906
Glover, Julian
Gogh, Vincent van, 1853-1890
Goodwin, Phillip R.
Grant, Gordon, 1875-1962
Greene, Stephen, 1918-
Gwillim, Jack
Hackman, Gene
Hamlin, Harry
Hanna, T. K.(Thomas King), 1872-1951
Harrison, George, 1943-
Helleu, M.
Helm, Levon
Henrick, Peter
Herter, Albert, 1871-
Heston, Charlton
Hoffman, Jeane
Holbrook, Hal
Huff, Henry
Ireland, Jill
Irons, Jeremy, 1948-
Jacobs. W. L.
John, Augustus, 1878-1961
Jones, Garth
Jones, Haydon, 1870?-1954
Kaemmerer, F. H.
Kahler, Joseph
Keith, Alan
Keller, Arthur Ignatius, 1866-1924
Kennedy, George, 1926-
Kihn, W. Langdon
Kimball, ALonzo
Kristofferson, Kris
Lee, Arthur H.
Leigh, Janet
Leigh, William Robinson, 1866-1955
Lewis, Arthur Munroe
Leyendecker, Frank X., 1877-1924
Leyendecker, J. C., 1874-1951
Lloyd, Christopher, 1945-
Lloyd, Kathleen
Loeb, Louis, 1866-1909
Lougheed, Robert
Lovell, David
Lovell, Deborah
Lovell, Gloyd “Pink”
Lovell, Tom, 1909-
Lyon, George E.
Majors, Lee
Mann, Harrington, 1864-
Marchand, J. N.
Marvin, Lee
Mason, James, 1909-
Matania, Tullia
Matthau, Walter
Maynard, Ken, 1895-1973
McCoy, Tim
McGoohan, Patrick, 1928-
Melcarth, Edward
Melchers, Gari, 1860-1932
Meredith, Burgess, 1908-
Mitchum, Robert
Monet, Claude, 1840-1926
Moore, Roger, 1927-
Nack, Kenneth
Nankiville, Frank A.
Nappenbach, H.
Newberry, James Arthur
Newell, Peter
Nurick, Irving
O’Keeffe, Miles
Olivier, Laurence, 1907-
Orpen, William, Sir, 1878-1931
Page, Geraldine
Pages, Jules
Parrish, Maxfield, 1870-1966
Partington, Gertrude
Partington, Richard Langtry
Peck, Gregory, 1916-
Penfield, Edward, 1866-1925
Perkins, Barbara
Phillips, Coles, 1880-1927
Pickens, Alton
Pickens, Slim
Powers, John Robert
Prince, William Meade, 1893-1951
Prine, Andrew
Pryor, Nicholas, 1935-
Pyle, Howard, 1853-1911
Quaid, Randy, 1953-
Quine, Richard
Quinn, Anthony
Racimo, Victoria
Raczka, Hubert
Raleigh, Henry, 1880-1944
Redford, Robert
Remington, Frederic, 1861-1909
Rhodes, Clarence S. D.
Rockwell, Norman, 1894-1978
Rogers, Roy, 1911-
Ross, Gordon
Rush, Deborah
Russell, Charles M. (Charles Marion), 1864-1926
Sargent, John Singer, 1856-1925
Savage, John, 1949-
Sellars, Peter
Sewell, Amos
Sharrer, Honore
Shelby, David
Smith, Castaigne A.
Smith, Dorothy Hope
Smith, Jessie Willcox, 1863-1935
Stamos, Theodoros, 1922-
Standish, Frank B.
Sterner, Albert, 1863-1946
Stevens, Edward, Jr.
Stewart, Byron
Stewart, James, 1908-
Stimson, Sara
Stoops, Herbert Morton
Swinnerton, Jimmy, 1875-1974
Taylor, W. L. (William Ladd), 1854-1926
Tillis, Mel
Underwood, Clarence F., 1871-
Urban, Joseph, 1872-1933
Utrillo, Maurice, 1883-1955
Vermeer, Johannes, 1632-1675
Von Schmidt, Harold, 1893-
Voight, Jon, 1938-
Vuillard , Jack
Walter, Solly
Warden, Jack
Wayne, John, 1907-1979
Webb, Tom
Webster, C. A.
Webster, Edwin
Whistler, James McNeill, 1834-1903
Wilder, Gene, 1935-
Williamson, James
Winters, Shelley
Woolf, M. A.
Woodvine, John
Wyeth, N. C. (Newell Convers), 1882-1945
Young, Burt

** This list is not an all-inclusive list.

Corporate Names:
Abell-Hanger Foundation
Cowboy Artists of America
Explorers Club
Franklin Mint
Greenwich Workshop
National Academy of Western Art
National Cowboy Hall of Fame
National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum
National Geographic Society (U.S.)
New Britain Museum of American Art
Prix de West
Society of Illustrators (New York, N.Y.)
Syracuse University
United States-Marine corps

Abbreviations, Terms, and Symbols Used:
BW Black & White
C Color
DRWG Drawing
GWS Greenwich Workshop?
Misc Miscellaneous
N Negative
ND No date
NI No publishing information
NM New Mexico
NY No Year
P Print
S Slide
Slick Sheets from magazines
T Transparencies
Vol Volume
w/ With
& and
Italics Title of Finished Painting (e.g. The Wolf Men)
” “ Quotation marks – for information or description written on folder or item
? Indicates questions as to the spelling or meaning of notes originally written by Lovell

Painting:
1) A picture created by putting paint on a surface, or the activity or skill of creating pictures by using paint. (Cambridge Dictionary of American English).
2) An artistic composition made by applying paints to a surface. (WordNet 1.6 Vocabulary Helper).

Organization: The Tom Lovell Papers had no discernable order when received by the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum. The archivist created an arrangement by assigning series categories to the types of materials in order to make the collection accessible to potential users.

The files contained in the Tom Lovell collection have been removed from the original containers which included folders, envelopes, and other type of containers. The contents of the original containers have been inserted into acid-free folders, and if feasible, the original container has been included at the back of the new folder.

Labels/topics listed on the original container were used at the beginning of each Subject area if they were readily available. These begin the category in plain text, followed by one hyphen (e.g. -). Subjects were hard to distinguish in some cases. In these instances, the most relevant topic is used. In many cases, the title of a painting was used, listed in italics.

In the Initial Inventory, each painting is followed by the type of format for that particular item in the file, enclosed in parentheses {e.g. (2-c p, 3-lg bw p, 1-n, 1-t)}. According to the abbreviations above, there are 2 color prints, 3 large black & white prints, 1 negative, and 1 transparency of that particular painting. The standard size of transparencies is 4×5 – notations are only made on other sizes. Transparencies are in color – notations are only made if in black & white. Slides are in Color unless otherwise noted. With subsequent processing, these abbreviations were somewhat modified as items were placed in the appropriate sub-series.

The series of images was so large that computer files were created for each format: Ser 6 (Photographs); 6-Slides (Slides); 6-Neg (35 mm Negatives); Ser6-4x5N (4×5 Negatives); Ser6-8x10NT (8×10 Negatives & Transparencies); and 4×5 Transparencies.

The scrapbooks contained in the collection have been retained in their original format. The names of the most often represented illustrators are included in the index.

Spelling errors are found throughout the collection but included as Lovell’s original notations/spelling.

Processing Information: The Tom Lovell Papers was initially indexed by Jeanne Gaunce during spring, 2001. There was no discernable order to the collection when it was received by the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum. Therefore, to make the collection more accessible to researchers, items have been divided by the type of item into nine series.

The collection is open for research. It is advisable for researchers to discuss their proposed research with staff prior to visiting the Center.

Tom Lovell Papers, Box ##, Folder ##, Dickinson Research Center, National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

Series 1: Personal -

Box/Folder # Folder Title/Description
001/001 Biographical (1974-1997)
001/002 Biographical (1978-1980)
001/003 Biographical (1972-1997)
001/004 Educational (1926)
001/005 Educational (1928-1929)
001/006 Family Papers (1917-1949)

Series 2: Letters -

Box/Folder # Folder Title/Description
001/007-008 Abell-Hanger Museum (1973-1994)
001/009 Publishers – Leatherneck (1985)
001/010 Publishers – Life (no date)
001/011 Publishers – National Geographic Magazine – Armor (1965-1966)
001/012 Publishers – National Geographic Magazine – Civil War (1964-1965)
002/001 Publishers – National Geographic Magazine – Olympics (1963)
002/002 Publishers – National Geographic Magazine – Vikings (1968-1970)
002/003 Publishers – Reader’s Digest (1965)
002/004 Misc Publishers (1958-1997)
002/005-010 Professional Letters (1944-1996)
002/011 Awards (1973-1976)
003/001 NAWA (1974-1994)
003/002 Agreements (1980-1984)
003/003-005 Personal Letters (1957-1994)
003/006 Drafts of Letters by Tom Lovell (1971-1973, n.d.)
003/007 Collectors Letters Charles M Russell (1923)
003/008-009 Personal Postcards to Lovell Family (1936-1986)
003/010-013 Cards (1964-1995, n.d.)
003/014 Business Cards (n.d.)
004/001-002 Cards Illustrated by Tom Lovell (1983, n.d.)
004/003 Cards Illustrated by Deborah Lovell (n.d.)
004/004 Cards from Tom Lovell (1985)
004/005 Notes for Letters (1973-1990, n.d.)
004/006-007 Lists of Tom Lovell Artwork (1973-1990, n.d.)
004/008 Lists of Art for Catalogs – Tom Lovell (n.d.)
004/009 Proofs for Books (1994)
004/010 Conditions of Sale (1973-1979)
004/011 Private Invitations to Art Sales/Shows (1946-1984, n.d.)
004/012-013 Invitations – NAWA (1975-1992, n.d.)
004/014 Invitations – Misc (1975-1979)
004/015 Programs (1958-1972)
004/016 Art Show Participants (1975)
004/017-018 Receipts (1973-1995, n.d.)
005/001-002 Misc Notes/Figures (1975, n.d.)
005/003-005 Misc – Other (1973-1992, n.d.)
005/006 Misc Notes – Deborah Lovell (1994; Others-no dates)

Series 3: Research Materials -

Box/Folder # Folder Title/Description
005/007-008 Photocopies – Armour (n.d.)
005/009 Photocopies – Bridges (n.d.)
005/010 Photocopies – Camels (n.d.)
005/011-012 Photocopies – Civil War (1864-1994, n.d.)
006/001 Photocopies – Clothing (n.d.)
006/002 Photocopies – Colonial (n.d.)
006/003 Photocopies – Horses (1976, n.d.)
006/004 Photocopies – Military (1851-1974, n.d.)
006/005 Photocopies – Movie (1980)
006/006 Photocopies – Native American (n.d.)
006/007 Photocopies – Plants (1876-1958, n.d.)
006/008 Photocopies – Santa Fe, NM (1898-1940, n.d.)
006/009 Photocopies – Weapons (1874-1974)
006/010 Photocopies – Wells (n.d.)
006/011 Photocopies – Other (n.d.)
006/012 Photocopies – TL Paintings/Illustrations (n.d.)
006/013-020 Notes – Paintings (1979-1981, n.d.)
007/001 Notes – Illustrations – Vikings (n.d.)
007/002 Notes – Sketches (1997, n.d.)
007/003 Notes – Horses (n.d.)
007/004 Notes – Military (1845)
007/005 Misc – Music (1958)
007/006 Misc – People (1984)
007/007 Notes – Acceptance Speeches (n.d.)
007/008 Notes – Talks – Seminars (1984, n.d.)
007/009 Notes – Misc (n.d.)
007/010 Notes – Other (n.d.)

Series 4: Booklets/Pamphlets -

Box/Folder # Folder Title/Description
007/011 Trips – Glacier National Park (1965- 1970, n.d.)
007/012 Trips – Other National Parks (1937-1984)
007/013 Trips – Alaska (1938)
007/014 Trips – Arizona (n.d.)
007/015 Trips – Colorado, Montana (1957-1994)
007/016 Trips – New Mexico (1964-1979, n.d.)
007/017 Trips – Texas (1949-1979, n.d.)
007/018 Trips – Other US (1962-1970)
007/019-020 Trips – Canada (1932-1939, n.d.)
008/001 Trips – Europe (1956-1967, n.d.)
008/002 Trips – India (n.d.)
008/003 Travel Booklets (1961, n.d.)
008/004 Trips – Museums (1979, n.d.)
008/005 Booklets – Fine Art (n.d.)
008/006-007 Booklets – Animals (1942-1957, n.d.)
008/008-010 Booklets – Civil War (1944-1989, n.d.)
008/011 Booklets – Clothing (1943)
008/012 Booklets – Colonial (1965)
009/001 Booklets – Farms (1976)
009/002-003 Booklets – Military (1962-1976, n.d.)
009/004 Booklets – Native American (1939-1970, n.d.)
009/005 Booklets – Plants (1967, n.d.)
009/006 Booklets – Railroad (1938)
009/007 Booklets – Santa Fe, NM (1960)
009/008 Booklets – Wells (n.d.)
009/009-010 Booklets – Misc (1928-1957, n.d.)
009/011-013 Booklets – Articles (1921-1970, n.d.)
010/001 Postcards – Banff-Canada (n.d.)
010/002 Postcards – Glacier National Park (n.d.)
010/003 Postcards – Teton National Park (n.d.)
010/004 Postcards – Yellowstone National Park (n.d.)
010/005 Postcards – Other National Parks (n.d.)
010/006 Postcards – Arizona-Nevada-Utah (n.d.)
010/007 Postcards – California (n.d.)
010/008 Postcards – Colorado-Wyoming (n.d.)
010/009 Postcards – Montana (n.d.)
010/010 Postcards – New Mexico (n.d.)
010/011 Postcards – Texas (n.d.)
010/012 Postcards – Washington (n.d.)
010/013 Postcards – New England (n.d.)
010/014 Postcards – West (n.d.)
010/015 Postcards – Other US (n.d.)
010/016 Postcards – Canada (n.d.)
010/017 Postcards – Europe (n.d.)
010/018 Postcards – Asia (n.d.)
010/019-020 Postcards – Animals (n.d.)
011/001 Postcards – Colonial (n.d.)
011/002-003 Postcards – Fine Art (n.d.)
011/004 Postcards – Fine Art – Lovell, Tom (n.d.)
011/005 Postcards – Mountains (n.d.)
011/006 Postcards – Museums (n.d.)
011/007 Postcards – Native American (n.d.)
011/008-009 Postcards – People (n.d.)
011/010 Postcards – Plants (n.d.)
011/011 Postcards – Water (n.d.)
011/012 Postcards – Other (n.d.)
011/013-014 Catalogs – Art Sales & Shows (1965-1992)
011/015 Catalogs – Announcements of Art Sales & Shows (1963-1996)
012/001-003 Catalogs – Artists (1962-1981, n.d.)
012/004 Catalogs – Artist – Remington (1973-1974)
012/005 Catalogs – Museums – Aston (1980)
012/006 Catalogs – Museum – Cowboy Hall of Fame (1980-1987)
012/007 Flyers – Tom Lovell (1978)
012/008 Flyers – Art Sales (1986-1995, n.d.)
012/009 Newsletters – Illustration Collectors Newsletter (1975-1976)
012/010 Newsletters – Other (1985; 1993)
012/011-012 Magazines (1942-1985)
013/001-005 Magazines (1932-1990)
013/006-007 Magazines – Persimmon Hill (1973-1982)
014/001 Misc – Tom Lovell Product Illustration (n.d.)
014/002 Misc – John Crawford (1982)
014/003 Misc – Other Catalogs (1939-1996, n.d.)
014/004 Misc – Merchandise Catalogs/Information Packets (1980-1996, n.d.)
014/005-006 Calendars (1960-1995)

Series 5: Sketches -

Box/Folder # Folder Title/Description
014/007 Paintings – The Backscratcher .008
014/008 Paintings – Battle of the Crater .013
014/009 Paintings – The Bulletin Board .024
014/010 Paintings – Captain Lewis & the Buffalo Calf .029
014/011 Paintings – Captain Murie’s Pawnees .030
014/012 Paintings – Carson’s Boatyard .032
014/013 Paintings – Comanche Moon .038
014/014 Paintings – The Contrary One .040
014/015 Paintings – Coronado’s Expedition .043
014/016 Paintings – The Deceiver .049
014/017 Paintings – Dog Soldier-Arm of the Law .051
014/018 Paintings – Dry Goods & Molasses .053
014/019 Paintings – The Dust Signal .054
014/020 Paintings – The Finishing Touch .058
014/021 Paintings – First Horses for the Brule Sioux .061
014/022 Paintings – The Gift .068
014/023 Paintings – The Handwarmer .076
014/024 Paintings – The Heirloom .077
014/025 Paintings – The Hunter & His Uncle .084
014/026 Paintings – Into the Eye of the Sun .090
014/027 Paintings – The Jumpsuit .093
014/028 Paintings – Keep Riding .094
014/029 Paintings – Listening for Drums .099
014/030 Paintings – Long-Ago Creature/Dinosaur Bones .101
014/031 Paintings – Lost Rag Doll .104
014/032 Paintings – Marking the Crossing/Quicksand .107
014/033 Paintings – Mr. Bodmer’s Music Box .110
014/034 Paintings – The New Water Hole .115
014/035 Paintings – No Room at the Inn .117
014/036 Paintings – Quicksand .134
014/037 Paintings – Riding Big Dance .138
014/038 Paintings – The Salt Gatherers .140
014/039 Paintings – Santa Claus ’88 .141
014/040 Paintings – Saratoga Trunk .142
014/041 Paintings – The Shadow Watcher .146
014/042 Paintings – Sugar in the Coffee .155
014/043 Paintings – The Surveyor .159
015/001 Paintings – The Thaw .166
015/002 Paintings – Throne of Honor .170
015/003 Paintings – Tumbleweed Serenade .182
015/004 Paintings – Union Fleet Passing Vicksburg .185
015/005 Paintings – The Water Hole .195
015/006 Paintings – White Man’s Eyes .199
015/007 Paintings – Unknown
015/008 Illustrations – Sports
015/009 Illustrations – Tiger Chasing Women
015/010 Illustrations – Misc
015/011 Product Illustrations – Dog Food
015/012 Other Illustrators
015/013 Study Sketches – Armour
015/014 Study Sketches – Bear
015/015 Study Sketches – Birds
015/016 Study Sketches – Boats – Ships
015/017 Study Sketches – Buffalo
015/018 Study Sketches – Buildings
015/019 Study Sketches – Cactus
015/020 Study Sketches – Camels
015/021 Study Sketches – Canoes
016/001-002 Study Sketches – Cattle
016/003 Study Sketches – Cattle – Heads
016/004 Study Sketches – Children
016/005 Study Sketches – Civil War
016/006 Study Sketches – Costume 1880s
016/007 Study Sketches – Costumes – Other
016/008 Study Sketches – Couples
016/009 Study Sketches – Deer
016/010-011 Study Sketches – Dogs – Cats
017/001-003 Study Sketches – Dogs – Cats
017/004 Study Sketches – Equipment – Tools
017/005 Study Sketches – Farms
017/006 Study Sketches – Flowers
017/007 Study Sketches – Furniture
017/008-009 Study Sketches – Horses
018/001-006 Study Sketches – Horses
018/007 Study Sketches – Horses (3/4)
018/008-009 Study Sketches – Horse’s Heads
019/001-002 Study Sketches – Horses – Legs
019/003-007 Study Sketches – Horses w/People
019/008-009 Study Sketches – Landscapes
020/001-004 Study Sketches – Men
020/005 Study Sketches – Men’s Arms & Legs
020/006-007 Study Sketches – Men’s Faces
020/008-009 Study Sketches – Men’s Hands & Feet
020/010 Study Sketches – Mules
020/011 Study Sketches – Native American
021/001-004 Study Sketches – Native American
021/005 Study Sketches – North Pole – Eskimos
021/006 Study Sketches – Rabbits
021/007 Study Sketches – Rivers – Streams
021/008 Study Sketches – Rocks
021/009 Study Sketches – Runners
021/010-012 Study Sketches – Saddles – Tack
021/013 Study Sketches – Sky
022/001-003 Study Sketches – Soldiers
022/004 Study Sketches – Soldiers – Uniforms
022/005 Study Sketches – Tigers – Lions
022/006 Study Sketches – Transportation
022/007-008 Study Sketches – Trees
022/009 Study Sketches – Vikings
022/010 Study Sketches – Wagons – Sleds
022/011 Study Sketches – Water – Sea
022/012 Study Sketches – Weapons
022/013 Study Sketches – Western Wear
022/014 Study Sketches – Wolves
0230/01 Study Sketches – Women
023/002 Study Sketches – Women’s Faces
023/003 Study Sketches – Women’s Legs
023/004 Study Sketches – Misc – Other Animals
023/005 Study Sketches – Misc
023/006 Study Sketches – Other
023/007 Study Sketches – Tom Lovell Studio
023/008-010 Study Sketches – Color
023/011 Misc.

Series 6, Subseries A: Photographs -

Box/Folder # Folder Title/Description
023/012-014 Family – Tom Lovell (ca. 1920-1997)
024/001-002 Family – Tom Lovell (ca. 1925-1997)
024/03 Military – ca WWI; Tom Lovell WWII (1942-1945)
024/004-005 Family to 1949
024/06 Family (1950-1975)
024/007-008 Family (1976-1997)
024/009-011 Friends (ca. 1930-1995)
025/001 Pets (ca. 1945-1995)
025/002 Homes – Connecticut (ca. 1945-1970)
025/003-004 Homes – New Mexico (ca. 1970-1997)
025/005-007 Homes – New Mexico – Landscape/View (ca. 1975-1997)
025/008 Homes – Other (ca. 1975-1980)
025/009 Trips – Glacier National Park (ca. 1979)
025/010 Trips – Other National Parks (n.d.)
025/011 Trips – Colorado (1987)
025/012 Trips – Montana-North Dakota-South Dakota (1979)
026/001-005 Trips – New Mexico (1861-1997)
026/006 Trips – Texas (n.d.)
026/007 Trips – Canada (ca. 1984-1986)
027/001-003 Trips – Canada (1913-1990, n.d.)
027/004 Studies – Animals – Other (n.d.)
027/005 Studies – Bear (n.d.)
027/006-007 Studies – Boats (n.d.)
027/008 Studies – Buildings (n.d.)
028/001 Studies – Canoes (n.d.)
028/002-003 Studies – Cattle (1940-1981, n.d.)
028/004-005 Studies – Children (1880-1944, n.d.)
028/006 Studies – Civil War-Appomattox (1865, n.d.)
028/007-008 Studies – Civil War (1864-1865, n.d.)
028/009 Studies – Clouds (1987, n.d.)
028/010 Studies – Colonial (n.d.)
028/011 Studies – Costumes Nineteenth Century (1842, n.d.)
029/001-002 Studies – Couples (n.d.)
029/003 Studies – Crowds (n.d.)
029/004-006 Studies – Dogs/Cats (1882, n.d.)
030/001-002 Studies – Dogs/Cats (1940, n.d.)
030/003 Studies – Farms (n.d.)
030/004 Studies – Furniture (n.d.)
030/005-008 Studies – Horses (1974-1994, n.d.)
030/009 Studies – Horses-Heads (n.d.)
030/010 Studies – Horses-Legs (n.d.)
030/011 Studies – Horses-Models (1978, n.d.)
030/012 Studies – Horses w/People (1989-1993, n.d.)
031/001-003 Studies – Horses w/People (1935-1940, n.d.)
031/004 Studies – Lakes (n.d.)
031/005-007 Studies – Men (n.d.)
032/001-006 Studies – Men (1977-1994, n.d.)
033/001-005 Studies – Men (1978-1986, n.d.)
034/001-006 Studies – Men (1876-1987, n.d.)
035/001-005 Studies – Men (1973-1978, n.d.)
035/006 Studies – Men’s Arms & Legs (n.d.)
035/007-008 Studies – Men’s Faces (1985, n.d.)
036/001 Studies – Men’s Faces (n.d.)
036/002 Studies – Men’s Hands & Feet (n.d.)
036/003 Studies – Military (1830-ca. 1945, n.d.)
036/004 Studies – Weapons/Military Equipment (ca. 1880-ca. 1945, n.d.)
036/005-006 Studies – Mountains (1987-1992, n.d.)
036/007-008 Studies – Museums (1972-1973, n.d.)
037/001 Studies – Museums (1972, n.d.)
037/002 Studies – Music (n.d.)
037/003-004 Studies – Native American (1910-1973, n.d.)
037/005 Studies – Plants (n.d.)
037/006 Studies – Polar (1882-1930, n.d.)
037/007 Studies – Railroad (1959, n.d.)
037/008 Studies – Rivers (1981, n.d.)
037/009-011 Studies – Rocks (1980-1993, n.d.)
038/001 Studies – Saddles/Tack (n.d.)
038/002 Studies – Seascapes (n.d.)
038/003-004 Studies – Sky (1979, n.d.)
038/005-006 Studies – Snow (1939, n.d.)
038/007 Studies – Streams (n.d.)
038/008 Studies – Tools/Equipment (1984, n.d.)
038/009-012 Studies – Trees (1939-1985, n.d.)
039/001 Studies – Vicksburg (n.d.)
039/002-003 Studies – Viking (n.d.)
039/004-005 Studies – Viking Ships (n.d.)
039/006 Studies – Viking Ship Models (n.d.)
039/007 Studies – Viking Winter Feast Models (1968, n.d.)
039/008 Studies – Wagons (1969, n.d.)
039/009-010 Studies – Water (1964, n.d.)
039/011 Studies – Western/Cowboy (n.d.)
040/001-004 Studies – Women (n.d.)
040/005 Studies – Women’s Faces (n.d.)
040/006 Studies – Other (n.d.)
040/007-010 Studies – Models – Specific Paintings (1995, n.d.)
040/011-013 Actor Publicity Photographs (1940-1982, n.d.)
041/001-008 Movie Set Photographs (1914-1940, n.d.)
042/001-006 Movie Set Photographs (n.d.)
042/007 Photographs – Political (ca. 1980-1990s)
042/008 Paintings – Abandoned Dreams .001 (1984)
042/009 Paintings – An Elder .003 (n.d.)
042/010 Paintings – Apache (Not Scout) .004b (1992)
042/011 Paintings – Apache Trail Sign .005 (1987)
042/012 Paintings – Arrows, Powder & Ball .006 (1979)
042/013 Paintings – Attack on Battery Wagner .007 (n.d.)
042/014 Paintings – The Backscratcher .008 (1977)
042/015 Paintings – Barrel Hoops for Arrow Heads .010 (n.d.)
042/016 Paintings – Battle at Tenaru River .011 (n.d.)
042/017 Paintings – Battle of Hastings .012 (n.d.)
042/018 Paintings – Battle of the Crater .013 (1987)
042/019 Paintings – Berdan’s Sharpshooters .014 (n.d.)
042/020 Paintings – The Black Bed .015 (n.d.)
042/021 Paintings – Blackfeet Wall .016 (n.d.)
042/022 Paintings – Bowstring Warriors .017 (1990)
042/023 Paintings – Boys & the Frog .018 (n.d.)
042/024 Paintings – The Buffalo Caller .020 (1973)
042/025 Paintings – The Buffalo Hunter .021 (n.d.)
043/001 Paintings – Buffalo Tea .022 (1977)
043/002 Paintings – The Bulletin Board .024 (1981)
043/003 Paintings – Camels in Texas .025 (n.d.)
043/004 Paintings – Capt Clark and the Air Gun .026 (1991)
043/005 Paintings – Capt Clark’s Gift .027 (1994)
043/006 Paintings – Capt Freemont’s Howitzer .028 (1982; 1990)
043/007 Paintings – Capt Lewis and the Buffalo Calf .029 (1997)
043/008 Paintings – Capt Murie’s Pawnees .030 (n.d.)
043/009 Paintings – Capt Pope’s Wells .031 (n.d.)
043/010 Paintings – Carson’s Boatyard .032 (1981)
043/011 Paintings – Catchers of Wild Horses .033 (1994)
043/012 Paintings – Cattle Drive-Five Fingers Rapids, Yukon .034 (n.d.)
043/013 Paintings – Chiricahua Scout .035 (1988)
043/014 Paintings – Christmas at Cripple Creek .036 (n.d.)
043/015 Paintings – The Cobbler’s Bench .037 (n.d.)
043/016 Paintings – Comanche Moon .038 (n.d.)
043/017 Paintings – The Continental Soldier .039 (n.d.)
043/018 Paintings – The Contrary One .040 (1984)
043/019 Paintings – Cooling the Big 50 .041 (1980)
043/020 Paintings – Corn on the Cartridge Belt .042 (1986)
043/021 Paintings – Coronado’s Expedition .043 (n.d.)
043/022 Paintings – Cottonwood Breakfast .044 (1985)
043/023 Paintings – Cottonwood Gazette .045 (1983)
043/024 Paintings – The Cow Bell .046 (1985)
043/025 Paintings – Culture at Silver City .047 (n.d.)
043/026 Paintings – DeVaca .048 (n.d.)
043/027 Paintings – The Deceiver .049 (1976)
043/028 Paintings – Dog Rope Soldier (Cheyenne) .050 (1984)
043/029 Paintings – Dog Soldier – Arm of the Law .051 (1983)
043/030 Paintings – Dragging the Fire Line .052 (n.d.)
043/031 Paintings – Dry Goods and Molasses .053 (n.d.)
043/032 Paintings – The Dust Signal .054 (n.d.)
043/033 Paintings – Earth-House People .055 (1986)
043/034 Paintings – End of the Denver Gold Rush .056 (1996)
043/035 Paintings – Even Trade .057 (1976)
043/036 Paintings – The Finishing Touch .058 (1987)
043/037 Paintings – Fire in the Buffalo Grass .059 (1990)
043/038 Paintings – Fires on the Oregon Trail .060 (1980)
043/039 Paintings – First Horses for the Brule Sioux .061 (1995)
043/040 Paintings – Five Miles Ahead of the Column .062 (1979)
044/001 Paintings – The Flannel Shirt Flag .063 (n.d.)
044/002 Paintings – Flash Flood .064 (1977)
044/003 Paintings – The Fog Bank .065 (1986)
044/004 Paintings – Four Times to the Sun .066 (1988)
044/005 Paintings – Friendly Willows .067 (n.d.)
044/006 Paintings – The Gift .068 (1990)
044/007 Paintings – Good Provider .069-A (1979)
044/008 Paintings – Governor’s Palace, Santa Fe .070 (n.d.)
044/009 Paintings – The Graveyard .071 (1947)
044/010 Paintings – Grub Line Riders .072 (1995)
044/011 Paintings – The Gun Doctor .074 (1985)
044/012 Paintings – The Handwarmer .075 (n.d.)
044/013 Paintings – The Heirloom .076 (1976)
044/014 Paintings – The Helpers .077 (1987)
044/015 Paintings – Hevhaitanio-Hair Rope Cheyenne .078 (1993)
044/016 Paintings – Hilltop Grass .078-A (1988)
044/017 Paintings – The Horse Raid .080 (1978)
044/018 Paintings – The Hunter .081 (1987)
044/019 Paintings – The Hunter and his Uncle .082 (1996)
044/020 Paintings – The Image Maker .083 (1984)
044/021 Paintings – Indian and Gun .084 (1984)
044/022 Paintings – Indian Torso .087 (n.d.)
044/023 Paintings – Into the Eye of the Sun .088 (1996)
044/024 Paintings – Invitation to Trade .089 (1978)
044/025 Paintings – The Iron Shirt .090 (1985)
044/026 Paintings – The Jump Suit .091 (1982)
044/027 Paintings – Keep Riding .092 (n.d.)
044/028 Paintings – Koda Olympic Runners .094 (n.d.)
044/029 Paintings – The Lariat Maker .095 (1987)
044/030 Paintings – Lewis & Clark .096 (1988)
044/031 Paintings – Listening for Drums .097 (1987)
044/032 Paintings – Little Wolf Defies the US Army .098 (n.d.)
044/033 Paintings – Long Ago Creature/Dinosaur Bones .099 (n.d.)
044/034 Paintings – Long Time Till New Grass .100 (1982)
044/035 Paintings – The Long War Path .101 (1983)
044/036 Paintings – The Lost Rag Doll .102 (1989)
044/037 Paintings – Loud-Mouth Gun .103 (1992)
045/001 Paintings – Mail Run .104 (n.d.)
045/002 Paintings – Marking the Crossing .105 (1976)
045/003 Paintings – Mirror Drawing of a Comanche .105-A (n.d.)
045/004 Paintings – Mohawk .106 (n.d.)
045/005 Paintings – More than Meets the Eye .107 (1981)
045/006 Paintings – Mr Bodmer’s Music Box .108 (1981)
045/007 Paintings – Mud Owl’s Warning .109 (n.d.)
045/008 Paintings – New Grass .110 (1995)
045/009 Paintings – New Neighbors .111 (1994)
045/010 Paintings – The New Saddle .112 (n.d.)
045/011 Paintings – The New Water Hole .113 (n.d.)
045/012 Paintings – No More Bugles .114 (1979)
045/013 Paintings – No Room at the Inn .115 (1996)
045/014 Paintings – No Trade Today .116 (1989)
045/015 Paintings – Noble Train of Artillery .117 (n.d.)
045/016 Paintings – Northern & Southern Cheyenne .118 (1995)
045/017 Paintings – The Offering .119 (1982)
045/018 Paintings – Old Santa Fe, 1840 .120 (n.d.)
045/019 Paintings – Old Woman .121 (n.d.)
045/020 Paintings – Oliver Hanna & the Tree-Top Hay .122 (1978)
045/021 Paintings – Painting Stolen Horses .123 (1994)
045/022 Paintings – The Paratroopers .124 (n.d.)
045/023 Paintings – The Parrot Dance .125 (n.d.)
045/024 Paintings – Pawnee Scout .126 (1983)
045/025 Paintings – Pecos Pueblo .127 (n.d.)
045/026 Paintings – The Pipe Man .128 (1980)
045/027 Paintings – Plane Table Crew .129 (n.d.)
045/028 Paintings – Pony Tracks & Empty Saddles .130 (1983)
045/029 Paintings – Professor Lowe’s Balloons .131 (n.d.)
045/030 Paintings – Quicksand .132 (1974)
045/031 Paintings – Ramrods & Buffalo Chips .133 (1981)
045/032 Paintings – Raven Followers .134 (1980)
045/033 Paintings – The Recruiter .135 (n.d.)
045/034 Paintings – Riding Big Dance .136 (1990)
045/035 Paintings – The Robe Traders .137 (1979)
045/036 Paintings – The Salt Gatherers .138 (n.d.)
045/037 Paintings – Santa Claus ’88 .139 (1988)
045/038 Paintings – Saratoga Trunk .140 (1946)
045/039 Paintings – The Scalp Lock .141 (1993)
045/040 Paintings – The Scarecrow .142 (n.d.)
046/001 Paintings – The Shadow Watcher .144 (1983)
046/002 Paintings – Shotgun Toll .145 (1978)
046/003 Paintings – Sleeping Dog Sketch .147 (1945)
046/004 Paintings – Slow-Moving Target .148 (n.d.)
046/005 Paintings – Smoke-Filled Room .149 (n.d.)
046/006 Paintings – Study of Hands .152 (n.d.)
046/007 Paintings – Sugar in the Coffee .153 (1980)
046/008 Paintings – Sundown – Ft Union .154 (1980)
046/009 Paintings – Surrender at Appomattox .155 (n.d.)
046/010 Paintings – Survey Party Crossing the Pecos River .156 (n.d.)
046/011 Paintings – Swivel Gun .159 (n.d.)
046/012 Paintings – Target Practice .161 (1986)
046/013 Paintings – Teddy Blue & the Snowy Owl .162 (n.d.)
046/014 Paintings – A Tender Moment .163 (1987)
046/015 Paintings – The Thaw .164 (n.d.)
046/016 Paintings – Throne of Honor .168 (1994)
046/017 Paintings – Time of the Coldmaker .169 (1976)
046/018 Paintings – Toasted Buffalo .170 (1995)
046/019 Paintings – Too Cold to Ride .173 (1980)
046/020 Paintings – Town Crier .174 (1987)
046/021 Paintings – Trade Goods-Ft Union .176 (1991)
046/022 Paintings – Trade Gun .177 (1986)
046/023 Paintings – Trapline Visitors .178 (1985)
046/024 Paintings – Tuft of Grass-Lakota .179 (1996)
046/025 Paintings – Tumbleweed Serenade .180 (n.d.)
046/026 Paintings – Uncle Sam’s Scout w/Mirror .182 (1989)
046/027 Paintings – Union Fleet Passing Vicksburg .183 (n.d.)
046/028 Paintings – US Dragoons in Texas .184 (1973)
046/029 Paintings – Viking Trading .185 (n.d.)
046/030 Paintings – Viking Winter Feast .186 (n.d.)
046/031 Paintings – Vision Seeker .187 (1991)
046/032 Paintings – Walking Coyote & the Buffalo Orphans .188 (n.d.)
046/033 Paintings – Walt Whitman .189 (n.d.)
046/034 Paintings – War Bonnet Ceremony .190 (1992)
046/035 Paintings – Warm Ashes .191 (1989)
046/036 Paintings – A Warrior No More .192 (1994)
046/037 Paintings – The Water Hole .193 (n.d.)
046/038 Paintings – Watering Horses .194 (1992)
046/039 Paintings – The Wheel Soakers .195 (1979)
046/040 Paintings – White Man’s Corn Tipis .196 (1993)
046/041 Paintings – White Man’s Eyes .197 (1984)
046/042 Paintings – White Man’s Tipi (Tent) .198 (n.d.)
046/043 Paintings – Winchester 1866 .199 (1979)
046/044 Paintings – Wire Trouble on the Overland Telegraph .200 (1993)
046/045 Paintings – The Wolf Men .202 (n.d.)
046/046 Paintings – Wrong Side Up .203 (1978)
046/047 Paintings – Unknown .225 (1985, n.d.)
047/001 Illustrations – Boats (n.d.)
047/002 Illustrations – Buildings (n.d.)
047/003 Illustrations – Children (n.d.)
047/004 Illustrations – Couples (n.d.)
047/005 Illustrations – Men (n.d.)
047/006 Illustrations – Military (n.d.)
047/007 Illustrations – Mormon (n.d.)
047/008 Illustrations – Safari (n.d.)
047/009 Illustrations – Skaters Under Bridge (n.d.)
047/010 Illustrations – Tiger Chasing Women (n.d.)
047/011 Illustrations – Viking (n.d.)
047/012 Illustrations – Wells-Equipment (n.d.)
047/013 Illustrations – Women (n.d.)
047/014-015 Illustrations – Misc-Other (n.d.)
047/016 Illustrations – Multiple Paintings & Illustrations (n.d.)
047/017 Illustrations – Product – Aluminum Limited to Contential Insurance (n.d.)
047/018 Illustrations – Product – New England Mutural Life Insurance (n.d.)
047/019 Portraits by Tom Lovell (1944)
047/020 Paintings by Other Artists (1993, n.d.)
047/021 Statues (n.d.)

Series 6, Subseries B: Negatives -

Box/Folder # Sheet Title/Description
4×5 Negatives
007/090 Paintings (n.d.) The Deceiver; Governor’s Palace, Santa Fe; The Salt Gatherers
007/091 Paintings (1976, n.d.) Berdan’s Sharpshooters; Governor’s Palace, Santa Fe; Time of the Coldmaker; The Wolf Men
007/092 Paintings (n.d.) Buffalo Caller; The Bugler; Invitation to Trade; Mud Owl’s Warning
007/093 Paintings (n.d.) Oliver Hanna & the Treetop Hay; Quicksand/Comanche Moon; Raven Followers; The Recruiter
007/094 Paintings – Illustrations (n.d.) The Recruiter; Slow-Moving Target; Tiger chasing Women
007/095 Paintings (n.d.) Attack on Battery Wagner; Battle at Tenaru River; DeVaca; Pecos Pueblo
007/096 Paintings – Illustrations (n.d.) Prof Lowe’s Balloons; The Thaw; Youth Against Age
007/097 Illustrations – Personal (n.d.) Safari; Ice Skaters; TL w/dog
007/098 Misc (n.d.) Pink; Military Uniforms
007/099 Paintings – Illustrations (n.d.) Boats in Ice in Harbor; Girl in Formal on Beach; New Saddle; Survey Party Crossing the Pecos River
007/100 Paintings (n.d.) Survey Party Crossing the Pecos River; Even Trade
007/101 Paintings – Illustrations (n.d.) Marking the Crossing; Governor’s Palace; Survey Party — Pecos River; Tiger Chasing Women
007/102 Paintings – Illustrations (n.d.) Cattle Drive; Fog Bank; Old Santa Fe; Unknown painting-Cowboy herding horses by stream
007/103 Illustrations (n.d.) Building reflected in water; Couple w/feet in stream; People on beach; Men at Store Counter
007/104 Paintings – Illustrations (1977, n.d.) The Fire Drag; Going Home; Smoke-Filled Room
007/105 Paintings (n.d.) Handwarmer; Horse Raid; Slow-Moving Target; Wrong Side Up
007/106 Paintings – Illustrations (n.d.) US Dragoons in Texas; The Black Bed; Hastings
007/107 Illustrations (n.d.) Hastings
007/108 Paintings – Illustrations (n.d.) The Deceiver; Dust Signal; Culture at Silver City 1-4×5 bw n
007/109 Illustrations (1974) Culture at Silver City ; Saratoga Trunk
007/110 Paintings – Illustrations – Studies (1974, n.d.) Saratoga Trunk ; Comanche Moon; Studies – Soldier Models
007/111-112 Studies (n.d.) Studies – Soldier Models
007/113 Studies – Paintings (n.d.) Studies – Soldier Models; Shotgun Toll; Heirloom; Deceiver
007/114 Illustrations (n.d.) Washington Crossing Delaware; Dock & Chains
007/115-117 Studies (n.d.) Studies – Colonial Military Uniforms
007/118 Studies (n.d.) Studies – Colonial Military Uniforms; Dogs
007/119-122 Studies (n.d.) Studies – Dogs
007/123-124 Studies (n.d.) Studies – Dogs; Misc.
007/125 Studies (1957) Studies – Women
008/001-002 Illustrations (1957) Couples
008/003 Illustrations – Studies (1944-1957) Girls
008/004-005 Studies (1944) Studies – Soldier Models
008/006-007 Studies (n.d.) Studies – Couples
008/008 Studies (n.d.) Studies – Couples; Man
008/009 Studies (n.d.) Studies – Santa Cover (Leatherneck)
008/010 Studies (n.d.) Studies – Santa Cover; Soldiers (Leatherneck)
008/011-050 Studies (1944, n.d.) Studies – Soldiers (Leatherneck)
008/051 Studies (n.d.) Studies – Soldiers; Revolutionary War Uniforms
008/052-053 Illustrations (n.d.) Misc.
008/053 Illustrations (no dates) Misc.
120 mm Negatives
008/054 Studies (n.d.) Animals
008/055 Studies (n.d.) Pink; Soldiers; Misc.
008/056-059 Studies (n.d.) Male Models
008/060 Studies (n.d.) Male Models; TL in Studio
008/061 Studies (n.d.) TL in Studio
3×4.5 Negatives
008/062 Studies (n.d.) Boats; TL
008/063-064 Studies (n.d.) Boats
008/065-070 Trips (1936) Quebec
008/071 Trips (1936) Quebec; TL w/John Clymer-WWII
35mm Negatives
009/001 Paintings – Personal (n.d.) US Dragoons in Texas; The Handwarmer; The Buffalo Caller; House Interiors-Tano Rd
009/002 Studies – Personal (n.d.) Comanche ; House Interiors-Tano Rd
009/003 Paintings – Personal (n.d.) Captain Clark & the Air Rifle; The Vision Seeker; House Interiors-Tano Rd
009/004 Studies – Paintings (n.d.) Male Model; Trapline Visitors; Uncle Sam’s Scout w/Mirror; Chiricahua Scout; Dry Goods & Molasses; The Lost Rag Doll
009/005 Studies – Paintings (n.d.) Male Model; The Lost Rag Doll; Dry Goods & Molasses; Throne of Honor
009/006-007 Studies (n.d.) Male Model
009/008 Paintings (1996) The Hunter & His Uncle; Into the Eye of the Sun
009/009 Paintings – Personal (n.d.) Flannel Shirt Flag; House-Tano Rd
009/010 Paintings (n.d.) Watering Horses
009/011-015 Studies (n.d.) Male Model
009/016 Studies – Paintings (1995, n.d.) Male Model; Toasted Buffalo; Little Wolf Defies the US Army
009/017 Paintings (1995) New Grass; First Horses for the Brule Sioux; Little Wolf Defies the US Army; Unknown partial
009/018-019 Studies – Paintings (1995, n.d.) Male Model; Grub Line Riders
09/020-021 Studies (1994, n.d.) Male Model
009/022 Studies – Paintings (1994, n.d.) Male Model; Tuft of Grass; No Room at the Inn; Cottonwood Breakfast; Mud Owl’s Warning
009/023 Paintings (n.d.) Cottonwood Breakfast
009/024-025 Studies (n.d.) Male Model
009/026 Studies – Paintings (1996, n.d.) Male Model; End of the Denver Gold Rush
009/027 Paintings (n.d.) White Man’s Tipis; Dog Soldier-Arm of the Law; Long-Ago Creature; Kiowa Ventriloquist; Misc.
009/028-029 Studies (n.d.) Male Model
009/030 Studies – Paintings (n.d.) Male Model; Captain Clark & the Air Gun; TL Studio-House
009/031 Misc – Paintings (n.d.) TL Studio-House; More than Meets the Eye
009/032 Misc – Paintings (n.d.) Marking the Crossing; Barrel Hoops and Arrowheads
009/033 Studies – Paintings (n.d.) Male Model; Barrel Hoops and Arrowheads; Marking the Crossing
009/034-038 Studies (n.d.) Male Model
009/039 Studies – Paintings (n.d.) Male Model; Marking the Crossing; Lewis & Clark; Santa Claus 88
009/040 Trips – Paintings (1985, n.d.) Santa Claus 88; Misc-Snow
009/041 Trips – Paintings (1985, n.d.) No Room at the Inn; Misc-Snow
009/042-050 Trips (n.d.) Misc-Banff Mountains; Trees
009/051 Trips (1979, n.d.) Misc-WY; Mountains; Trees
009/052-054 Trips (1980, n.d.) Misc-NM; Trees
009/055 Trips – Paintings (n.d.) Misc-Landscape; Keep on Riding
009/056 Misc – Paintings (n.d.) Too Cold to Ride; Sundown Ft Union; SF Mts; House-Tano Rd
009/057 Studies – Paintings (n.d.) Female Model; Horse; Landscape; Keep Riding; Finishing Touch
009/058-068 Studies (n.d.) Misc
009/069 Studies – Paintings (1985) Misc.; Trapline Visitors
009/070-071 Studies (1985, n.d.) Male Models
009/072 Studies – Paintings – Illustrations (n.d.) Misc; Five Miles Ahead of the Column; Governor’s Palace; Time of the Coldmaker
009/073-074 Studies (n.d.) Misc
009/075 Studies – Paintings (n.d.) Models; Cobbler’s Bench
009/076-093 Studies (1984-1987, n.d.) Misc.
009/094 Studies – Paintings (1987, n.d.) Misc.; The Robe Trader
009/095 Studies – Paintings (1987, n.d.) Misc.; The Robe Trader; No More Bugles; Good Provider
009/096-113 Studies (1972-1979, n.d.) Misc.
009/114 Trips (1987) Mesa Verde
009/115 Paintings (n.d.) Santa 88; Misc.
009/116-117 Studies (1987) Misc.
009/118 Studies – Paintings (n.d.) Male Models; Lewis & Clark; Friendly Willows
009/119-123 Studies (1987, n.d.) Misc.
009/124 Studies – Paintings (n.d.) Misc.; Hilltop Grass
009/125-127 Studies (n.d.) Misc.
009/128 Trips (1979) Glacier National Park
009/129-131 Studies (n.d.) Misc.
009/132 TL – Portraits; Misc. (1979)
009/133-134 Studies (1972) Santa Fe Indians; Misc.
009/135-136 Studies (n.d.) Misc.

Series 6, Subseries C: Negatives/Transparencies -

Box/Folder # Sheet Title/Description
8×10 Negatives & Transparencies
006/023 8×10 Negatives/Transparencies (n.d.) Shotgun Toll
006/024-030 8×10 Negatives/Transparencies (n.d.) Battle of Hastings
006/031 8×10 Negatives/Transparencies (n.d.) Text w/Illustrations
006/032 8×10 Negatives/Transparencies (1987) Blackfeet Wall
006/033 8×10 Negatives/Transparencies (n.d.) Time of the Coldmaker
006/034-035 8×10 Negatives/Transparencies (n.d.) Blackfeet Wall
006/036 8×10 Negatives/Transparencies (1984) The Iron Shirt
006/037 8×10 Negatives/Transparencies (n.d.) The Hunter
006/038 8×10 Negatives/Transparencies (n.d.) Capt Murie’s Pawnees
006/039 8×10 Negatives/Transparencies (n.d.) The Iron Shirt
006/040 8×10 Negatives/Transparencies (n.d.) Pony Tracks & Empty Saddles
006/041 8×10 Negatives/Transparencies (n.d.) Time of the Coldmaker
006/042 8×10 Negatives/Transparencies (n.d.) Battle of the Crater
006/043 8×10 Negatives/Transparencies (n.d.) Berdan’s Sharpshooters
006/044 8×10 Negatives/Transparencies (1989) The Lost Rag Doll
006/045 8×10 Negatives/Transparencies (n.d.) Wire Trouble on the Overland Telegraph
006/046 8×10 Negatives/Transparencies (n.d.) Tugboat
006/047 8×10 Negatives/Transparencies (n.d.) Sailboat in Storm
006/048 8×10 Negatives/Transparencies (n.d.) Old House
006/049 8×10 Negatives/Transparencies (n.d.) Woman w/2 Girls
5×7 and 4×5 Transparencies
006/050-051 5×7 Negatives/Transparencies (n.d.) Costumes
006/052 5×7 Negatives/Transparencies (n.d.) Uniforms; Couple
006/053 4×5 Transparencies (1981-1982) Tom Lovell
006/054-056 4×5 Transparencies (n.d.) Studies – Military
006/057 4×5 Transparencies (n.d.) Paintings – Abandoned Dreams .001
006/058 4×5 Transparencies (n.d.) Paintings – Attack on Battery Wagner (Civil War) .007
006/059 4×5 Transparencies (1989, n.d.) Paintings – Bad Face Stratedgy .009
006/060 4×5 Transparencies (1989) Paintings – Bad Face Stratedgy .009
006/061 4×5 Transparencies (n.d.) Paintings – Barrel Hoops for Arrow Heads .010
006/062 4×5 Transparencies (1985, n.d.) Paintings – Battle of Hastings .012
006/063 4×5 Transparencies (n.d.) Paintings – Battle of the Crater .013
006/064 4×5 Transparencies (1976, n.d.) Paintings – Berdan’s Sharpshooters (Civil War) .014
006/065 4×5 Transparencies (1988, n.d.) Paintings – Black Bed, The .015
006/066 4×5 Transparencies (1982, n.d.) Paintings – Blackfeet Wall, The .016
006/067 4×5 Transparencies (n.d.) Paintings – Bowstring Warriors .017
006/068 4×5 Transparencies (n.d.) Paintings – Bride’s Home at a Wildcat Well, A .019
006/069 4×5 Transparencies (1985, n.d.) Paintings – Camels in Texas .025
006/070 4×5 Transparencies (n.d.) Paintings – Capt Clark and the Air Gun .026
006/071 4×5 Transparencies (1996) Paintings – Capt Lewis & Calf .029
006/072 4×5 Transparencies (1988) Paintings – Capt Murie’s Pawnees .030
006/073 4×5 Transparencies (n.d.) Paintings – Capt Pope’s Wells .031
006/074 4×5 Transparencies (n.d.) Paintings – Catchers of Wild Horses .033
006/075 4×5 Transparencies (1985) Paintings – Chiricahua Scout .035
006/076 4×5 Transparencies (n.d.) Paintings – Cottonwood Breakfast .044
006/077 4×5 Transparencies (n.d.) Paintings – Cottonwood Gazette .045
006/078 4×5 Transparencies (n.d.) Paintings – Cow Bell, The .046
006/079 4×5 Transparencies (n.d.) Paintings – Culture at Silver City .047
006/080 4×5 Transparencies (n.d.) Paintings – DeVaca .048
006/081 4×5 Transparencies (1983-1988, n.d.) Paintings – Deceiver, The .049
006/082 4×5 Transparencies (n.d.) Paintings – Dog Rope Soldier (Cheyenne) .050
006/083 4×5 Transparencies (1993) Paintings – Dog Soldier-Arm of the Law .051
006/084 4×5 Transparencies (1977) Paintings – Dragging the Fire Line .052
006/085 4×5 Transparencies (1989) Paintings – Dry Goods & Molasses .053
006/086 4×5 Transparencies (1996) Paintings – End of the Denver Gold Rush .056
006/087 4×5 Transparencies (1975) Paintings – Even Trade .057
006/088 4×5 Transparencies (n.d.) Paintings – Finishing Touch, The .058
006/089 4×5 Transparencies (1990) Paintings – Fire in the Buffalo Grass .059
006/090 4×5 Transparencies (n.d.) Paintings – Fires on the Oregon Trail .060
006/091 4×5 Transparencies (n.d.) Paintings – First Horses for the Brule Sioux .061
006/092 4×5 Transparencies (1992-1993) Paintings – Flannel Shirt Flag .063
006/093 4×5 Transparencies (1988) Paintings – Fog Bank, The .065
006/094 4×5 Transparencies (1988) Paintings – Friendly Willows .067
006/095 4×5 Transparencies (1990) Paintings – Gift, The .068
006/096 4×5 Transparencies (n.d.) Paintings – Good Provider .069-O
006/097 4×5 Transparencies (1989) Paintings – Graveyard, The .071
006/098 4×5 Transparencies (1993) Paintings – Grub Line Riders, The .072
006/099 4×5 Transparencies (1985) Paintings – Gun Doctor, The .074
006/100 4×5 Transparencies (1981) Paintings – Heirloom, The .076
007/001 4×5 Transparencies (1987) Paintings – Helpers, The .077
007/002 4×5 Transparencies (1989) Paintings – Homage to Bison .079
007/003 4×5 Transparencies (1981) Paintings – Horse Raid, The .080
007/004 4×5 Transparencies (1987) Paintings – Hunter, The .081
007/005 4×5 Transparencies (1996) Paintings – Hunter and his Uncle, The .082
007/006 4×5 Transparencies (1984) Paintings – Indian & Gun (Study for The Thaw) .084
007/007 4×5 Transparencies (1996) Paintings – Into the Eye of Sun .088
007/008 4×5 Transparencies (1989) Paintings – Invitation to Trade .089
007/009 4×5 Transparencies (1984) Paintings – Iron Shirt, The .090
007/010 4×5 Transparencies (1985) Paintings – Kiowa Ventriloquist .093
007/011 4×5 Transparencies (1988) Paintings – Lewis & Clark .096
007/012 4×5 Transparencies (n.d.) Paintings – Little Wolf defies US Army .098
007/013 4×5 Transparencies (1982) Paintings – Long Time Till New Grass .100
007/014 4×5 Transparencies (1989) Paintings – Lost Rag Doll, The .102
007/015 4×5 Transparencies (1991) Paintings – Marking the Crossing .105 -A
007/016 4×5 Transparencies (1990) Paintings – Marking the Crossing .105 -B
007/017 4×5 Transparencies (n.d.) Paintings – More than Meets the Eye .107
007/018 4×5 Transparencies (1987) Paintings – Mr Bodmer’s Music Box .108
007/019 4×5 Transparencies (1985) Paintings – Mud Owl’s Warning .109
007/020-021 4×5 Transparencies (1996, n.d.) Paintings – New Grass .110
007/022 4×5 Transparencies (n.d.) Paintings – New Saddle .112
007/023 4×5 Transparencies (n.d.) Paintings – No More Bugles .114
007/024 4×5 Transparencies (n.d.) Paintings – No Room at the Inn .115
007/025 4×5 Transparencies (1989) Paintings – No Trade Today .116
007/026 4×5 Transparencies (n.d.) Paintings – Northern & Southern Cheyenne .118
007/027 4×5 Transparencies (n.d.) Paintings – Old Santa Fe .120
007/028 4×5 Transparencies (n.d.) Paintings – Oliver Hanna and the Tree-Top Hay .122
007/029 4×5 Transparencies (1982-1983) Paintings – Pawnee Scout .126
007/030 4×5 Transparencies (1987) Paintings – Pipe Man, The .128
007/031 4×5 Transparencies (n.d.) Paintings – Plane Table Crew, The .129
007/032 4×5 Transparencies (1982-1993) Paintings – Pony Tracks & Empty Saddles .130
007/033 4×5 Transparencies (n.d.) Paintings – Quicksand .132
007/034 4×5 Transparencies (1981-1987) Paintings – Raven Followers, The .134
007/035 4×5 Transparencies (1995) Paintings – Robe Trader, The .137
007/036 4×5 Transparencies (1988) Paintings – Santa Claus �88 .139
007/037 4×5 Transparencies (1974) Paintings – Saratoga Trunk .140
007/038 4×5 Transparencies (1988, n.d.) Paintings – Scarecrow, The .142
007/039 4×5 Transparencies (1983) Paintings – Shadow Watcher, The .144
007/040 4×5 Transparencies (n.d.) Paintings – Shotgun Toll .145
007/041 4×5 Transparencies (1981, n.d.) Paintings – Slow-Moving Target .148
007/042 4×5 Transparencies (n.d.) Paintings – Smoke-Filled Room, The .149
007/043 4×5 Transparencies (1989) Paintings – Studio Mirror-Tom’s Wife .151
007/044 4×5 Transparencies (1995) Paintings – Sugar in the Coffee .153
007/045 4×5 Transparencies (n.d.) Paintings – Survey Party Crossing the Pecos River .156
007/046 4×5 Transparencies (1989-1990) Paintings – Surveyor, The .157
007/047 4×5 Transparencies (1989) Paintings – Talking to Skull .160
007/048 4×5 Transparencies (1987) Paintings – Tender Moment, A .163
007/049 4×5 Transparencies (1982) Paintings – Thaw, The .164
007/050 4×5 Transparencies (1989) Paintings – Throat Spray M1 .167
007/051 4×5 Transparencies (1989) Paintings – Tom’s Daughter – Debbie .171
007/052 4×5 Transparencies (1981) Paintings – Too Cold to Ride .173
007/053 4×5 Transparencies (1989) Paintings – Town Crier .174
007/054 4×5 Transparencies (n.d.) Paintings – Trade at Midnight, A .175
007/055 4×5 Transparencies (n.d.) Paintings – Trade Gun .177
007/056 4×5 Transparencies (n.d.) Paintings – Tyre-Alexander Wedding .181
007/057 4×5 Transparencies (1985) Paintings – Uncle Sam’s Scout w/mirror .182
007/058 4×5 Transparencies (n.d.) Paintings – Union Fleet Passing Vicksburg .183
007/059 4×5 Transparencies (1989, n.d.) Paintings – Vision Seeker .187 – A
007/060 4×5 Transparencies (n.d.) Paintings – Vision Seeker .187 – B
007/061 4×5 Transparencies (1992) Paintings – War Bonnet Ceremony .190
007/062 4×5 Transparencies (n.d.) Paintings – Warrior No More, A .192
007/063 4×5 Transparencies (1988) Paintings – Water Hole, The .193
007/064 4×5 Transparencies (1992) Paintings – Watering Horses .194
007/065 4×5 Transparencies (1993) Paintings – White Man’s Corn Tipis .196
007/066 4×5 Transparencies (1984-1988) Paintings – White Man’s Eyes .197
007/067 4×5 Transparencies (1993) Paintings – Wire Trouble on the Overland Telegraph .199
007/068 4×5 Transparencies (n.d.) Paintings – Wolf Men, The .201
007/069 4×5 Transparencies (n.d.) Paintings – Youth’s Hour of Glory .204
007/070 4×5 Transparencies (n.d.) Paintings – Unknown .225
007/071 4×5 Transparencies (n.d.) Illustrations – Battles (Unknown)
007/072 4×5 Transparencies (n.d.) Illustrations – Boats
007/073-075 4×5 Transparencies (1957, n.d.) Illustrations – Children
007/076-079 4×5 Transparencies (n.d.) Illustrations – Couples
007/080 4×5 Transparencies (1985-1989) Illustrations – Men
007/081 4×5 Transparencies (n.d.) Illustrations – Persepolis
007/082 4×5 Transparencies (n.d.) Illustrations – Safari
007/083 4×5 Transparencies (n.d.) Illustrations – Skaters under Bridge
007/084 4×5 Transparencies (n.d.) Illustrations – Tiger Chasing Women
007/085 4×5 Transparencies (n.d.) Illustrations – Wells/Equipment
007/086 4×5 Transparencies (1957-1989, n.d.) Illustrations – Women -A
007/087 4×5 Transparencies (1957) Illustrations – Women -B
007/088 4×5 Transparencies (1989) Illustrations – Other
007/089 2.25x.2.25 Transparencies (n.d.)

Series 6, Subseries D: Slides -

Box/Folder # Sheet Title/Description
01/001-003 Family (1950-1975)
01/004-009 Family (1976-1997)
01/010 Pets (1975-1982, n.d.)
01/011-012 Homes – Dave (1981, n.d.)
01/013-019 Homes – Connecticut (1968-1976, n.d.)
01/020-029 Homes – New Mexico (1977-1990, n.d.)
01/030 Homes – Other (n.d.)
01/031-044 Homes – New Mexico – Landscape (1974-1985, n.d.)
01/045-048 Trips – Glacier National Park (1979, n.d.)
01/049 Trips – Mt Rushmore-Badlands-Black Hills (n.d.)
01/050 Trips – Tetons (n.d.)
01/051-053 Trips – Yellowstone National Park (1970-1973, n.d.)
01/054-061 Trips – Other National Parks (1970-1987, n.d.)
01/062-064 Trips – Arizona-Nevada (1975-1976, n.d.)
01/065-069 Trips – California (1970, n.d.)
01/070-075 Trips – Colorado-Utah (1976-1982, n.d.)
02/001-015 Trips – Colorado-Utah (1973-1987, n.d.)
02/016-019 Trips – East Coast (1981, n.d.)
02/020-026 Trips – Montana-N & S Dakota (1975-1982, n.d.)
02/027-045 Trips – New Mexico (1969-1984, n.d.)
02/046-060 Trips – Texas (1969-1975, n.d.)
02/061-065 Trips – Washington-Oregon (1970, n.d.)
02/066-074 Trips – Wyoming-Idaho (1982, n.d.)
03/001-002 Trips – The West-Other (n.d.)
03/003-004 Trips – Canada (n.d.)
03/005-022 Trips – Europe (1976-1984, n.d.)
03/023-025 Trips – Other (1979, n.d.)
03/026-028 Studies – Animals-Other (1976, n.d.)
03/029 Studies – Bear (n.d.)
03/030-035 Studies – Boats (1961-1984, n.d.)
03/036 Studies – Bridges (n.d.)
03/037-038 Studies – Buffalo (n.d.)
03/039-041 Studies – Buildings (1961-1979, n.d.)
03/042 Studies – Camels (n.d.)
03/043-044 Studies – Cattle (1974-1977, n.d.)
03/045 Studies – Children (1976)
03/046 Studies – Clothing (1976-1982)
03/047-051 Studies – Clouds (1964-1993, n.d.)
03/052 Studies – Crowds (n.d.)
03/053-058 Studies – Dogs-Cats (1969-1976, n.d.)
03/059-072 Studies – Horses (1973-1992, n.d.)
03/073 Studies – Horses-Heads (n.d.)
03/074 Studies – Horses-Legs (n.d.)
04/001 Studies – Lakes (1976-1979, n.d.)
04/002-005 Studies – Landscapes (1968-1981, n.d.)
04/006 Studies – Men (1973-1979, n.d.)
04/007 Studies – Men-Arms & Legs (1976)
04/008 Studies – Men Hands & Feet (1981-1990)
04/009-010 Studies – Mesa (n.d.)
04/011 Studies – Motorcycles (1976)
04/012-018 Studies – Mountains (1964-1982, n.d.)
04/019-020 Studies – Mules-Burros (1976-1990, n.d.)
04/021-023 Studies – Museums (1974, n.d.)
04/024-025 Studies – Native American (1978-1988, n.d.)
04/026 Studies – People – Re-enactors-Cavalry (n.d.)
04/027-030 Studies – People – Re-enactors (1970-1979, n.d.)
04/031-054 Studies – People w/Horses (1973-1993, n.d.)
04/055-056 Studies – People w/Horses – Coronado (1973-1987, n.d.)
04/057-062 Studies – Plants (1973-1995, n.d.)
04/063-067 Studies – Rivers (1979-1987, n.d.)
04/068-070 Studies – Rocks (1969-1995, n.d.)
04/071 Studies – Saddles (1979, n.d.)
04/072-073 Studies – Seascapes (1953-1982, n.d.)
04/074-078 Studies – Sky (1973, n.d.)
05/001-006 Studies – Snow-Winter (1975-1984, n.d.)
05/007 Studies – Streams (1982, n.d.)
05/008 Studies – Trains (n.d.)
05/009-013 Studies – Trees (1964-1987, n.d.)
05/014-015 Studies – Wagons (1978, n.d.)
05/016-017 Studies – Wagons-Saddles (1961-1978, n.d.)
05/018 Studies – Water-Flood (n.d.)
05/019 Studies – Weapons (1975)
05/020 Studies – Wells/Equipment (n.d.)
05/021 Studies – Windmills (n.d.)
05/022 Studies – Women (1976-1977)
05/023 Studies – Other (1964-1969)
05/024 Paintings (1977-1979, n.d.) An Elder .003; Arrows, Powder and Ball .006; Attack on Battery Wagner .007;Backscratcher, The .008
05/025 Paintings (1976-1988, n.d.) Bad Face Strategy .009; Battle of Hastings .012; Battle of the Crater .013; Berdan’s Sharpshooters .014
05/026 Paintings (1975-1982, n.d.) Black Bed, The .015; Blackfeet Wall, The .016; Boys and the Frog .018
05/027 Paintings (1973-1976, n.d.) Bride’s Home at a Wildcat Well, A .019; Buffalo Caller, The .020; Buffalo Tea .022
05/028 Paintings (1976-1990, n.d.) Camels in Texas .025
05/029 Paintings (1976-1990, n.d.) Capt Pope’s Wells .031
05/030 Paintings (1976-1990, n.d.) Capt Pope’s Wells .031; Carson’s Boatyard .032
05/031 Paintings (n.d.) Cattle Drive .034; Chiricahua Scout .035
05/032 Paintings (1973-1990, n.d.) Comanche Moon .038
05/033 Paintings (1976-1990, n.d.) Contrary One, The .040; Coronado’s Expedition .043
05/034 Paintings (1975-1985, n.d.) Culture at Silver City .047
05/035 Paintings (1981-1990, n.d.) DeVaca .048
05/036 Paintings (1981-1990, n.d.) DeVaca .048; Deceiver, The .049; Even Trade .057
05/037 Paintings (1977-1979, n.d.) Five Miles Ahead of Column .062; Flash Flood .064
05/038 Paintings (1978-1985, n.d.) Four Times to the Sun .066; Going Home .069
05/039 Paintings (1978-1990, n.d.) Governor’s Palace, Santa Fe .070
05/040 Paintings (1978-1981, n.d.) Graveyard, The .071; Handwarmer, The .075; Heirloom, The .076
05/041 Paintings (1978-1990, n.d.) Hunter, The .082; Invitation to Trade .089
05/042 Paintings (n.d.) Iron Shirt, The .090
05/043 Paintings (1978, n.d.) Mail Run .104
05/044 Paintings (1981-1990, n.d.) Marking the Crossing/Quicksand .105; Mr Bodmer’s Music Box .108
05/045 Paintings (1978-1981, n.d.) Mud Owl’s Warning .109; Old Santa Fe .119; Oliver Hanna and the Tree-Top Hay .121
05/046 Paintings (1975-1990, n.d.) Paratroopers .123; Parrot Dance .124; Pecos Pueblo .126
05/047 Paintings (1976, n.d.) Plane Table Crew, The .128
05/048 Paintings (1981-1990, n.d.) Pony Tracks & Empty Saddles .129; Professor Lowe’s Balloons .130
05/049 Paintings (1974, n.d.) Quicksand .131; Recruiter, The .134; Robe Trader, The .135
05/050 Paintings (1974, n.d.) Salt Gatherers, The .136
05/051 Paintings (1976-1990, n.d.) Santa Claus �88 .137; Shotgun Toll .143
05/052 Paintings (1981, n.d.) Slow-Moving Target .146; Smoke-Filled Room, The .147; Study of Hands .150; Sugar in the Coffee .151
05/053 Paintings (1976-1990, n.d.) Surrender at Appomattox (Civil War) .153; Survey Party Crossing the Pecos River .154
05/054 Paintings (1976-1985, n.d.) Teddy Blue and the Snowy Owl .160; Thaw, The .161; Throat Spray M1 .164
05/055 Paintings (1981, n.d.) Time of the Coldmaker .166
05/056 Paintings (1976-1978, n.d.) Trade at Midnight, A .172
05/057 Paintings (1973-1988, n.d.) Tumbleweed Serenade .177; Union Fleet Passing Vicksburg (Civil War).180; US Dragoons in Texas .181
05/058 Paintings (1978-1979, n.d.) US Dragoons in Texas .181; Viking Trading .182
05/059 Paintings (1982, n.d.) Walking Coyote .185
05/060 Paintings (1977-1985, n.d.) Walt Whitman .186; Watering Horses .191; Wheel Soakers .192; Wire Trouble on the Overland Telegraph .196
05/061 Paintings (1973-1978, n.d.) Wolf Man, The .197; Wolf Men, The .198
05/062 Paintings (1976, n.d.) Wrong Side Up .199; Youth Against Age .200; Unknown .225
05/063 Paintings – by Debbie Lovell (n.d.)
06/001 Illustrations (1968-1981, n.d.) Animals; Battles
06/002 Illustrations (1976-1990, n.d.) Boats
06/003 Illustrations (1988, n.d.) Buildings; Children
06/004-007 Illustrations (1977-1978, n.d.) Couples
06/008 Illustrations (1965-1978, n.d.) Couples; Crowds
06/009 Illustrations (1962-1977, n.d.) Men
06/010 Illustrations (1974-1978, n.d.) Military; Safari; Skaters; Tiger Chasing Women
06/011 Illustrations (1968-1970)
06/012 Illustrations (1968-1990, n.d.) Vikings; Wells-Equipment
06/013-014 Illustrations (1975-1978, n.d.) Women
06/015-018 Illustrations (1974-1978, n.d.) Other
06/019 Other Illustrators (n.d.)
06/020-022 Fine Art (n.d.) Sorolla, Joaquin

Series 7: Tearsheets -

Box/Folder # Folder Title/Description
047/022-023 Personal – TL (1960-1991, n.d.)
047/024 Personal – Friends (n.d.)
047/025 Personal – Health (1983-1989, n.d.)
047/026 Studies – Accidents/Wrecks/Weather (1936-1959, n.d.)
047/027 Studies – Adobe (1973-1975, n.d.)
047/028-031 Studies – Animals (1933-1993, n.d.)
048/001 Studies – Armour (1937-1958, n.d.)
048/002 Studies – Bear (1903-1982, n.d.)
048/003-004 Studies – Birds (1939-1990, n.d.)
048/005 Studies – Boats-Sea (1919-1986, n.d.)
048/006 Studies – Buffalo (1976-1983, n.d.)
048/007 Studies – Buildings (1935-1977, n.d.)
048/008 Studies – Cabins-Woods (1937-1939, n.d.)
048/009 Studies – Cameras (1934, n.d.)
048/010 Studies – Camels (1925-1968, n.d.)
049/001 Studies – Canada (1946-1960, n.d.)
049/002 Studies – Canoe (1903-1953, n.d.)
049/003 Studies – Cars (n.d.)
049/004-005 Studies – Cattle (1923-1982, n.d.)
049/006 Studies – Cattle-Heads (1985)
049/007-009 Studies – Children (1931-1985, n.d.)
049/010 Studies – Civil War (1945-1962, n.d.)
050/001 Studies – Clouds (n.d.)
050/002 Studies – Costumes – Colonial-Civil War (1901-1956, n.d.)
050/003-004 Studies – Costumes 1880s (1884-1956, n.d.)
050/005 Studies – Costumes 1890s (1902-1947, n.d.)
050/006 Studies – Costumes – Medieval (1933, n.d.)
050/007 Studies – Costumes-Western (1979-1981, n.d.)
050/008 Studies – Couples (1955-1959, n.d.)
051/001-002 Studies – Crowds (1936-1985, n.d.)
051/003 Studies – Deer-Other Animals (1904-1959, n.d.)
051/004-007 Studies – Dogs/Cats (1937-1991, n.d.)
052/001-003 Studies – Dogs/Cats (1907-1995, n.d.)
052/004 Studies – Elderly People (1937-1947, n.d.)
052/005 Studies – Equipment (n.d.)
052/006 Studies – Eskimo (1933-1939, n.d.)
052/007-008 Studies – Farms (1934-1986, n.d.)
053/001-003 Studies – Horses (1890-1991, n.d.)
053/004 Studies – Horses-Heads (1934-1994, n.d.)
053/005 Studies – Horses-Legs-Hoof (1974-1980, n.d.)
053/006-007 Studies – Horses w/People (1903-1994, n.d.)
054/001-004 Studies – Horses w/People (1902-1991, n.d.)
055/001-007 Studies – Horses w/People (1903-1995, n.d.)
056/001 Studies – Lakes (n.d.)
056/002 Studies – Landscapes (1975, n.d.)
056/003-004 Studies – Lions-Tigers (1936-1983, n.d.)
056/005-008 Studies – Men (1936-1988, n.d.)
056/009-010 Studies – Men’s Faces (1924-1991, n.d.)
057/001 Studies – Men’s Faces (1937-1987, n.d.)
057/002 Studies – Men Hands & Feet (1938-1985)
057/003 Studies – Mexicans (1936-1956, n.d.)
057/004 Studies – Mexico (1937, n.d.)
057/005 Studies – Middle East-Asia-India (n.d.)
057/006 Studies – Military (1943-1977, n.d.)
057/007 Studies – Military-Soldiers (1938-1950, n.d.)
057/008 Studies – Mountains (1955-1993, n.d.)
057/009 Studies – Mule (1904-1984, n.d.)
057/010 Studies – Music (1936-1978, n.d.)
058/001-003 Studies – Native American (1925-1980, n.d.)
058/004 Studies – New England (1939-1959, n.d.)
058/005 Studies – North Pole (1974-1982, n.d.)
058/006 Studies – People in Water (1951-1996, n.d.)
058/007 Studies – Plants (n.d.)
058/008-009 Studies – Railroads (1929-1954, n.d.)
059/001 Studies – Rivers (1959, n.d.)
059/002 Studies – Rocks (1934-1960, n.d.)
059/003 Studies – Room Interiors (1978, n.d.)
059/004 Studies – Russia (1925-1939, n.d.)
059/005 Studies – Saddles-Tack (1937-1987, n.d.)
059/006 Studies – Science (n.d.)
059/007 Studies – Seascapes (n.d.)
059/008 Studies – Sky (1937-1961, n.d.)
059/009 Studies – Snow (1947-1985, n.d.)
059/010 Studies – Sports (1932-1959, n.d.)
059/011 Studies – Horsemanship (1976-1986, n.d.)
059/012 Studies – Sports-Hunting (n.d.)
059/013 Studies – Sports-Mountain Climbing (1938-1978, n.d.)
059/014 Studies – Sports-Run-Walk (1934-1989, n.d.)
059/015 Studies – Streams (n.d.)
060/001 Studies – Towns (1935)
060/002-004 Studies – Trees (1928-1988, n.d.)
060/005 Studies – Viking (n.d.)
060/006-009 Studies – Wagons-Stage (1902-1984, n.d.)
061/001 Studies – War (1940)
061/002-004 Studies – Water (1934-1964, n.d.)
061/005-006 Studies – Weapons (1968-1986, n.d.)
061/007-008 Studies – the West (1932-1993, n.d.)
062/001-003 Studies – the West (1937-1991, n.d.)
062/004-005 Studies – Winter (1903-1982, n.d.)
062/006 Studies – Women (1946-1993, n.d.)
062/007 Studies – Women’s Faces (n.d.)
062/008 Studies – Misc (1976-1982, n.d.)
062/009 Studies – Newspaper Clippings (1951, n.d.)
062/010 Studies – Cartoons-New Yorker (1991-1993, n.d.)
062/011 Paintings – Admiral Robert E Peary .002 (1961)
062/012 Paintings – Apache Scout .004 (n.d.)
062/013 Paintings – Attack on Battery Wagner .007 (1972)
062/014 Paintings – Bad Face Strategy .009 (n.d.)
062/015 Paintings – Battle of the Crater .013 (1988, n.d.)
062/016 Paintings – Berdan’s Sharpshooters .014 (1958-1988)
062/017 Paintings – Blackfeet Wall, The .016 (n.d.)
062/018 Paintings – Carson’s Boatyard .032 (n.d.)
062/019 Paintings – Cattle Drive-Five Finger Rapids, Yukon .034 (1953)
062/020 Paintings – Christmas at Cripple Creek .036 (n.d.)
062/021 Paintings – Continental Soldier, The .039 (1962)
062/022 Paintings – Cow Bell, The .046 (1985)
063/001 Paintings – Deceiver, The .049 (1981)
063/002 Paintings – Dry Goods & Molasses .053 (1990)
063/003 Paintings – Fires on the Oregon Trail .060 (1981)
063/004 Paintings – Four Times to the Sun .066 (1988)
063/005 Paintings – General Fremont in the Rockies .067-1 (n.d.)
063/006 Paintings – Handwarmer, The .075 (n.d.)
063/007 Paintings – Homage to Bison .079 (1989)
063/008 Paintings – Horse Raid, The .080 (n.d.)
063/009 Paintings – Hunter, The .081 (1988)
063/010 Paintings – Mr Bodmer’s Music Box .108 (1991)
063/011 Paintings – Noble Train of Artillery .117 (1973-1975)
063/012 Paintings – Parrot Dance, The .125 (1955)
063/013 Paintings – Pawnee Scout .126 (1984)
063/014 Paintings – Professor Lowe’s Balloon .131 (n.d.)
063/015 Paintings – Raven Followers, The .134 (1988)
063/016 Paintings – Robe Trader, The .137 (n.d.)
063/017 Paintings – Santa Claus �88 .139 (1988)
063/018 Paintings – Saratoga Trunk .140 (1941)
063/019 Paintings – Smoke-Filled Room, The .149 (n.d.)
063/020 Paintings – Sugar in the Coffee .153 (1980)
063/021 Paintings – Surrender at Appomattox .155 (1987, n.d.)
063/022 Paintings – Thoreau, Henry David .165 (n.d.)
063/023 Paintings – Throne of Honor .168 (1989)
063/024 Paintings – Tumbleweed Serenade .180 (1974)
063/025 Paintings – Union Fleet Passing Vicksburg .183 (n.d.)
063/026 Paintings – Walking Coyote .188 (1982)
063/027 Paintings – Wheel Soakers, The .195 (1982, n.d.)
063/028 Paintings – White Man’s Eyes .197 (1984)
063/029 Paintings – Winchester 1866 .199 (n.d.)
063/030 Paintings – Youth Against Age .204 (n.d.)
063/031 Paintings – Youth’s Hour of Glory .205 (n.d.)
063/032 Paintings – Several on same Sheet (n.d.)
063/033 Paintings – Unknown Painting .225 (1986)
063/034 TL Illustrations – Animals (n.d.)
063/035 TL Illustrations – Birds (n.d.)
063/036 TL Illustrations – Boats (n.d.)
063/037 TL Illustrations – Children (1952-1959, n.d.)
063/038-040 TL Illustrations – Couples (1931-1965, n.d.)
063/041 TL Illustrations – Crowds (n.d.)
063/042 TL Illustrations – Greece & Rome (n.d.)
064/001-004 TL Illustrations – Men (1930-1969, n.d.)
064/005 TL Illustrations – Military (1939-1949, n.d.)
064/006 TL Illustrations – Safari (n.d.)
064/007 TL Illustrations – Tiger Chasing Women (n.d.)
064/008 TL Illustrations – Vikings (1970, n.d.)
064/009 TL Illustrations – Women (1941-1961, n.d.)
064/010-011 TL Illustrations – Other (1938-1970, n.d.)
064/012 TL Illustrations – Readers Digest (1962, n.d.)
064/013 TL Illustrations – True (1959)
064/014-015 TL Cover Art (1934-1965, n.d.)
065/001-002 TL Cover Art (1934-1970, n.d.)
065/003 Cover Art – Artist Unknown (n.d.)
065/004 TL Product Illustrations – Aluminum Limited-Continental Insurance (1953-1963, n.d.)
065/005 TL Product Illustrations – New England Mutual Life Insurance Company (1959, n.d.)
065/006 TL Product Illustrations – Shell-Other (1955, n.d.)
065/007 Other Illustrators (A-C) (1938-1952, n.d.)
065/008-010 Other Illustrators – Clark, Matt (1929-1950, n.d.)
065/011 Other Illustrators – Clymer, John (1944-1985)
065/012 Other Illustrators – Cornwell, Dean (1929-1945, n.d.)
065/013 Other Illustrators – (D-G) (1929-1939, n.d.)
066/001 Other Illustrators – Duncan, Robert (1983)
066/002 Other Illustrators – Dunn, Harvey (1917-1940, n.d.)
066/003 Other Illustrators – Gruger, FR (1931-1941, n.d.)
066/004 Other Illustrators (H-J) (1939-1982, n.d.)
066/005 Other Illustrators – Hoffman, Frank (1923-1940, n.d.)
066/006 Other Illustrators – Horvath, R. (1980)
066/007 Other Illustrators (K-M) (1935-1987, n.d.)
066/008 Other Illustrators – Morgan, Wallace (n.d.)
066/009 Other Illustrators (N-Q) (n.d.)
066/010 Other Illustrators (R) (n.d.)
066/011 Other Illustrators – Raleigh, Henry (1931-1939, n.d.)
066/012 Other Illustrators – Remington, Frederic (1901-1909, n.d.)
066/013 Other Illustrators – Rockwell, Norman (1933-1958, n.d.)
067/001 Other Illustrators (S) (1915-1946, n.d.)
067/002 Other Illustrators (T) (1937-1941, n.d.)
067/003 Other Illustrators (U-V) (n.d.)
067/004-007 Other Illustrators – Von Schmidt, Harold (1932-1949, n.d.)
067/008 Other Illustrators (W) (1939-1985, n.d.)
067/009 Other Illustrators (X-Z) (1916, n.d.)
067/010 Other Illustrators (Unknown) (1937-1939, n.d.)
067/011 Other Illustrators (Misc) (1928-1962, n.d.)
068/001-002 Other Illustrators (Misc) (1906-1984, n.d.)
068/003 Other Illustrators – Impressionists (1952-1954, n.d.)
068/004 Multiple Illustrators (on same page) (1967, n.d.)
068/005 Statues (n.d.)
068/006 Other Illustrators – Collections (n.d.)
068/007 Other Illustrators – Unknown-Cowboys (n.d.)
068/008 Catalogs-Magazines (1981-1983, n.d.)
068/009 Book Jackets (n.d.)
068/010 Misc. (1960, n.d.)

Series 8: Other/Misc. -

Box/Folder # Folder Title/Description
069/001 Misc – Metal Plate, Leather band
069/002 Misc – Matte Boards
069/003 Misc – Neutral Test Card
069/004 Misc – Brass Label Into the Eye of the Sun w/Receipt
069/005 Misc – Disc Negative; Formaline Charting & Graphic Art Tape
069/006 Misc – Buffalo Bill Historical Center Western Paintings (5 c s in original sheet)
069/007-009 Separation Sheets
070/001-053 53 Empty Slide boxes
071/001-052 52 Empty Slide boxes
072/001-049 49 Empty Slide boxes

Series 9: Scrapbooks -

Location Item Description
0509 Charles Dana Gibson Scrapbook (ca. 1889-1915)
0509 G.R. Switzer Scrapbook (n.d.)

Series 10: Oversized -

Box/Folder # Folder Title/Description
OSA-001 Misc 12×15 Oversize Items (n.d.)
OSA-002 Misc 12×15 Oversize Items (n.d.)
OSA-003 Misc 12×15 Oversize Items (n.d.)
OSA-004 Misc 12×15 Oversize Items (n.d.)
OSA-005 Misc 12×15 Oversize Items (n.d.)
OSA-006 Misc 12×15 Oversize Items (n.d.)
OSA-007 Misc 12×15 Oversize Items (n.d.)
OSB-001 Misc 16×20 Oversize Items (n.d.)
OSB-002 Misc 16×20 Oversize Items (n.d.)
OSB-003 Misc 16×20 Oversize Items (n.d.)
OSB-004 Misc 16×20 Oversize Items (n.d.)
OSB-005 Misc 16×20 Oversize Items (n.d.)
OSC-001 Misc 20×24 Oversize Items (n.d.)
OSC-002 Misc 20×24 Oversize Items (n.d.)
OSC-003 Misc 20×24 Oversize Items (n.d.)
FF2/D02 Very large Items (n.d.)
FF2/D03 Very large Items (n.d.)