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Guide to the Photographs of Exhibits Created by Winfield Scott Wellington
UARC PIC 28K (Oversize items shelved as UARC PIC 2800K)  
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Series 1: UARC PIC 28K

Scope and Content Note

2 1/2 x 4 1/2 inch prints of six different exhibits, 1946-1955, two of which are undated; the exhibit of Chinese rubbings is in 4x5 inch prints. The 1953 Contemporary American Indian Arts and Crafts exhibit is at the De Young Museum, San Francisco. Titles and dates on original envelopes in which these prints were found were incorrect in some cases.
 

1-77a Indian Art of the Southwest from the Xth Century to the XXth Century, Mar-May 1947

 

78-122 PreColumbian Art of the Andean Area (materials collected by Max Uhle), Aug-Oct 1948. For enlargement of items 101 and 105, see Series 2, items 29 and 32.

 

123-149 Contemporary American Indian Arts and Crafts, 1953 (De Young Museum)

 

150-161 Rubbings from Ancient Chinese Stones and Bronzes (from the Mitsui Collection), Nov-Dec 1951 (4x5 prints)

 

162-173 Middle America and Mexico (n.d.)

 

174-188 Pots (n.d.)

 

Series 2: UARC PIC 2800K

Scope and Content Note

Photographic enlargements mounted on boards of exhibits 1940-1954. A few items are enlargements of prints in Series 1, but most images in this series which are not represented in Series 1. The title of the exhibit shown in item number 1 has not been found. Captions and dates on mounts appear to have been assigned much later and are in some cases not complete or incorrect. Arranged chronologically.
 

1 MAT, 1940: unidentified exhibit; appears to be New Mexico pottery

 

2-4 Elah Hale Hays sculpture, Oct-Nov 1941

 

5-9 Pottery of Frans and Marguerite Wildenhain, July-Aug 1943

 

10-14 Made in China, Feb-Mar 1944

 

15-27 Indigenous Art of the Northwest and Alaskan Coasts, Apr-May 1946

 

28 Indian Art of the Southwest from the Xth Century to the XXth Century, Mar-May 1947

 

29-34 PreColumbian Art of the Andean Area (materials collected by Max Uhle), Aug-Oct 1948

 

35-38 Robert B. Howard sculpture, Jan 1949

 

39-47 The Art of the California Indian, Mar-Apr 1951 (Two items are color photographs)

 

48 Rubbings from Ancient Chinese Stones and Bronzes (from the Mitsui Collection), Nov-Dec 1951

 

49-50 University of California African Expedition: materials collected by Mr. and Mrs. Edwin M. Loeb and Thomas Larson, Mar-Apr 1952

 

51-61 Egyptian Antiquities from the Phoebe Apperson Hearst Collection (collected by George A. Reisner, Dec 1953-Jan 1954

 

62-63 Contemporary American Indian Arts and Crafts (at the De Young Museum), Oct-Nov 1953