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Subject Source: Library Of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

American Society of Music and Fine Arts Collection

Identifier: 109
Scope and Contents The collection consists of a scrapbook containing clippings, meeting minutes, invitations and event announcements.

Arts Club of Washington, D.C. Collection

Identifier: 012
Scope and Contents Most of the documents are photocopies of clippings from the newspaper society pages from 1916 to the 1960s. There are notices of exhibits, announcements of elections of officers and of programs. Among the few original documents, there are 2 volumes of monthly calendars, 1929-1947; a selection of newsletters, “Artifacts,” 1952-1964; invitations and programs from the annual dance, “Bal Boheme;” several annual financial statements; and a copy of the Articles of Incorporation and By-Laws from...

National Ballet Records

Identifier: 034
Scope and Contents The records consist of trustee minutes, programs, advertisements, press releases, clippings, biographical files, promotional materials, and scrapbooks regarding the promotion and administration of the Ballet. The collection also contains musical scores, hanging plots, stage directions, board studies, set designs, videotapes, audiotapes, microforms, and photographs which document its artistic work. The records are arranged into 12 series.

Martin Petersilia Arts Collection

Identifier: 016
Scope and Contents Consists of programs, invitations, musical scores, correspondence, publicity, photographs, and clippings from arts organizations such as the Greg Reynolds Dance Quintet, The Womens Arts Center, Momentum Black Theater, and the Nubian League. Items from arts organizations appear first arranged alphabetically followed and then general information about the visual arts and artists in Washington. Oversized materials are in a separate box.

Washington Area Performing Arts Video Archives (WAPAVA) Collection

Identifier: 047
Scope and Contents The WAPAVA collection is housed in acid-free boxes and arranged chronologically. The database, however, offers different points of access to the collection. Fields include production title, Theatre/Troupe name, start and end dates, and box number. For the most part, a copy of the original program accompanies WAPAVA titles from each production. WAPAVA productions are available in one of two formats, VHS or DVD. As technologies change, so will the formats that WAPAVA uses.

Washington Women’s Arts Center Records

Identifier: 004
Scope and Contents Contains general administrative files that include correspondence, Board meeting minutes, annuals reports, contracts, insurance policies, and grant files. A substantial amount of financial documentation such as Center budgets, receipts, ledgers, financial statements, deposit sheets, and cash books. Also contains records which document the Center's history and membership such as guest books, membership directories, and documentation of the Women's Conference in the Visual Arts of 1972. ...