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North Carolina Museum of Art, Black Mountain College Research Project, Questionnaires


The Black Mountain College Research Project (BMCRP) was conducted by the North Carolina Museum of Art from May 1, 1970 - February 14, 1973 and funded primarily by two grants from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH). The purpose of the project was to gather information and materials for an exhibit on Black Mountain College and its contributions to the arts in the United States.Questionnaires (Subseries 3) were sent to former Black Mountain College students and faculty as a preliminary step before interviews were done. In some cases correspondence, personal reminiscences and resumes were sent back with the questionnaire.

Title

North Carolina Museum of Art, Black Mountain College Research Project, Questionnaires

Collection Number

61.12.3

Language

English

Physical Description
Items
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Abstract

The Black Mountain College Research Project (BMCRP) was conducted by the North Carolina Museum of Art from May 1, 1970 - February 14, 1973 and funded primarily by two grants from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH). The purpose of the project was to gather information and materials for an exhibit on Black Mountain College and its contributions to the arts in the United States.

Questionnaires (Subseries 3) were sent to former Black Mountain College students and faculty as a preliminary step before interviews were done. In some cases correspondence, personal reminiscences and resumes were sent back with the questionnaire.

Physical Location

For current information on the location ofthese materials, please consult the Western Regional Archives.

Creator

North Carolina Museum of Art

Repository

State Archives of North Carolina


Arranged alphabetically.


Available for research.


Copyright is retained by the authors of these materials, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law (Title 17 US Code). Individual researchers are responsible for using these materials in conformance with copyright law as well as any donor restrictions accompanying the materials.


Processed by Ashley Yandle, April 10, 2002

Encoded by Ashley Yandle, April 24, 2002

This collection was processed with the support of a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities. Mary Emma Harris served as a consultant during the period of the grant.

Revised by Ashley Yandle, September, 2004




[Identification of item], 61.12.3, North Carolina Museum of Art, Black Mountain College Research Project, Questionnaires, State Archives of North Carolina, Western Regional Archives, Asheville, NC, USA.


 [see series description] During March-April, 2012, these records were moved from the State Archives building in Raleigh to the Western Regional Archives, Asheville, N.C.


Additional information on topics found in this collection may be found in the Manuscript and Archives Reference System (MARS)  http://www.ncarchives.dcr.state.nc.us.

  1. Black Mountain College Records, 1933-1956  PC.1678, Martin Duberman Collection, 1933-1980  North Carolina Museum of Art, Black Mountain College Research Project [series description]

Questionnaires (Subseries 3) were sent to former Black Mountain College students and faculty as a preliminary step before interviews were done. Resumes were requested and many are attached. In some cases, correspondence and personal reminiscences were sent back with the questionnaire. All of these materials are unrestricted and available for research.

Arranged alphabetically.


Questionnaires (Subseries 3) were sent to former Black Mountain College students and faculty as a preliminary step before interviews were done. Resumes were requested and many are attached. In some cases, correspondence and personal reminiscences were sent back with the questionnaire. All of these materials are unrestricted and available for research.


  • Black Mountain College (Black Mountain, N.C.)
  • Art--Study and teaching--North Carolina--History--20th century.
  • Arts--Experimental methods.
  • College students--North Carolina--Social life and customs--20th century.
  • College teachers--North Carolina--Social life and customs--20th century.
  • Dance--Study and teaching--North Carolina--History--20th century.
  • Drama--Study and teaching--North Carolina--History--20th century.
  • Education, Humanistic.
  • Music--Instruction and study--North Carolina--History--20th century.
  • Universities and colleges--North Carolina--Curricula.

Box: 27  
Blank forms

28427
A-D

Scope and Content

Includes Harold Altman, Lee Amino, Richard Andrews, Robert Babcock, David Welles Bailey, Hilda Loram Bailey, John M. Bailey, Jr., Gerald Barnes, Peggy Barton (French), Paul H. Beidler, Charles G. Bell, Renate Benfey (Wilkins), Roberta Blair, Ilya Bolotowsky, Lyle Bonge, Charles P. Boyce, Dorothy Breeskin (Brown), Joseph Breitenbach, Samuel E. Brown, John E. Burchard, Will Burtin, John Cage, Harry Callahan, Ellen Callmann, Frederic Cohen, Jean Charlot, Irene Cullis, Thomas Scott Cutshaw, Elizabeth Kulka (Dal Molin), Howard Dearstyne, Jose de Creeft.

28428
E-H

Scope and Content

Includes Marli Ehrmann, Alexander Eliot, John Evarts, Viola Farber (Slayton), Beate "Ati" Gropius (Forberg Johansen), Clark Foreman, Helen Frankenthaler, Nathaniel S. French, John R.P. French, Mary Ann Fretz (Barab Giusti), R. Buckminster Fuller, Suzi Gablik, Brenda Gair (Pisani), Jesse D. Green, Clement Greenberg, Mary Gregory, Peter Grippe, James Hall, Wilfrid Gardiner Hamlin, Peter Heinemann, Jacqueline Herrmann (Gourevitch), Gisela Jeanette Kronenberg (Herwitz), Fanny Hobart (Dreyfus), Harry W. Holl.

28429
I-M

Scope and Content

Includes Gwendolyn Currier (Jamieson), Elizabeth Schmitt Jennerjahn, W.P. "Pete" Jennerjahn, Hugo Kauder, Florence Kawa, Nancy L. Brager (Katz), Basil King, Galway Kinnell, Mary Lou Mitchell (Kelly), Anthony Norman Landreau, Bernard Leach, Leo Lionni, Richard Lippold, Richard Harrison Lockwood, Irwin Lubroth, John McAndrew, Warren MacKenzie, Bernard Joseph Malek, Joseph Walford Martin, Gregory Masurovsky, Francisca Mayer, Jane Mayhall, Carlos Merida, Elliot T. Merrick, Ruth Miller Currier, Don Mixon, Eloise Turner Mixon, Claude Monteux, Barbara Morgan, Hilda Morley Wolpe, Martin Stephen Moskof, Jane Murray (McCollum).

28430
N-R

Scope and Content

Includes Thomas Nee, Jessie Ann Nelson (Engle), Beaumont Newhall, Andrew Oates, H. Peter Oberlander, John F. O'Neill, Herbert Brand Oppenheimer, Don Page, Herminio Portell-Vila, James Prestini, Irma Wolpe Rademacher Kendall Durant (Ramsay), Harold B. Raymond, Gabor Rejto, Daniel Rhodes, Mary Caroline Richards, Jean Maurice (Rochin), Bernard Rudofsky, Berta Rudofsky, Michael Rumaker.

28431
S-Z

Scope and Content

Includes Zoya Sandomirsky (Slive), Xanti Schawinsky, Eva Schlein (Jungermann), Arthur Secunda, Mary Averett Seelye, Sewell Sillman, Aaron Siskind, Suzanne Parker Smith, Kenneth Snelson, Richard Spahn, Theodoros Stamos, Matilda B. Stewart, Claude Stoller, Deborah E. Sussman, Howard Thomas, Stan Vanderbeek, Peter Voulkos, Vaclav Vytlacil, Cora Kelley Ward, David J. Way, Marguerite Wildenhain, Thornton Wilder, Jonathan Williams, Emerson Woelffer, Hyalie Yamins (Greene), Emanuel Zetlin.