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


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.College Publications (Subseries 6) contains original materials that were published for or by Black Mountain College and were later purchased by or donated to the research project. These materials include announcements, bulletins, newsletters, community bulletins, forms, literary publications, postcards, prog ... (more below)

Title

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

Collection Number

61.12.6

Language

English

Physical Description
Items
2
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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.

College Publications (Subseries 6) contains original materials that were published for or by Black Mountain College and were later purchased by or donated to the research project. These materials include announcements, bulletins, newsletters, community bulletins, forms, literary publications, postcards, programs, publicity flyers and brochures.

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 by publication type.


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


This subseries was originally part of the  Donated Materials subseries (Subseries 5).




[Identification of item], 61.12.6, North Carolina Museum of Art, Black Mountain College Research Project, College Publications, 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]

College Publications (Subseries 6) contains original materials that were published for or by Black Mountain College and were later purchased by or donated to the research project. These materials include announcements, bulletins, newsletters, community bulletins, forms, literary publications, postcards, programs, publicity flyers and brochures. Photocopies of other college publications are located in the Donated Materials series under the sub-series Miscellaneous Documents. All of these materials are unrestricted and available for research.

Arranged by publication type.


College Publications (Subseries 6) contains original materials that were published for or by Black Mountain College and were later purchased by or donated to the research project. These materials include announcements, bulletins, newsletters, community bulletins, forms, literary publications, postcards, programs, publicity flyers and brochures. Photocopies of other college publications are located in the Donated Materials series under the sub-series Miscellaneous Documents. 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: 75  
Black Mountain College Announcements

1942-1943
1942-1943
Scope and Content

Original bulletin. Includes  "Education in Wartime," information on the work program, and lists of college fees. 7 p. Released by Nell Goldsmith Heyns.

28862
Black Mountain College Bulletin

No. 2
Scope and Content

Original bulletin.  "Concerning Art Instruction" by Josef Albers. Rev. ed. with illustrated cover, November 1944. 2 copies, released by Margaret Williamson Peterson and Emily R. Wood.

No. 3
Scope and Content

Original bulletin.  "Views of and from the College" [1934-35].

No. 5
Scope and Content

Original bulletin.  "Work with Material" by Anni Albers. November 1938. 3 copies, released by Emily R. Wood, Margaret Williamson Peterson, and one with no release information.

No. 6
Scope and Content

Original bulletin.  "The Building Project and Work Program" [1940-1941]. Released by Phyllis Josephs Thomas.

No. 7
April 1941
Scope and Content

Original bulletin.  "Education in a Time of Crisis" by Erwin Straus. "This Bulletin is taken from an address given on May 5, 1940, during the College's First Annual Visitor's Week." 3 copies, released by Stuart Atkinson, Phyllis Josephs Thomas and Emily R. Wood.

No. 8
Scope and Content

Original bulletin.  "Black Mountain College, It's Aims and Methods" by Kenneth Kurtz. Reprinted from The Haverford Review, vol. 3, no. 1, Winter 1944. 5 p. 2 copies, one released by Stuart Atkinson and the other released by Emily R. Wood.

28869
Black Mountain College Newsletter

No. 7
March 1940
Scope and Content

Original bulletin.  "College Plans for Visitors week." Released by Phyllis Josephs Thomas.

No. 12
March 1941
Scope and Content

Original bulletin.  "Visiting Speakers Provoke Discussions" by Scott Buchanan. Released by Phyllis Josephs Thomas.

No. 15
October 1941
Scope and Content

Original bulletin.  "Ninth Year Begins in New Quarters." Released by Emily R. Wood.

28873
Black Mountain College Bulletin/ Bulletin-Newsletter

Scope and Content

Bulletins in this series were issued as either the Black Mountain College Bulletin or the Black Mountain College Bulletin-Newsletter. Issues are identified by the title of the first article.

Vol. I, No. 2.
January 1943
Scope and Content

Original bulletin.  "Liberal Education Today as a Tool of War." Released by Emily R. Wood.

Vol. I, No. 3.
February 1943
Scope and Content

Original bulletin.  "Learning and Living." Photographic bulletin, 19 p. Released by Emily R. Wood.

Vol. I, No. 3[4].
April 1943
Scope and Content

Original bulletin.  "Three-fold Summer Program at Lake Eden." 12 p. Released by Emily R. Wood.

Vol. I, No. 5.
August 1943
Scope and Content

Original bulletin.  "Graduation at Black Mountain." 11 p. Released by Nell Goldsmith Heyns.

Vol. II, No. 3.
December 1943
Scope and Content

Original publication.  Catalogue, [1943-44]. 26 p. Released by Stuart Atkinson.

Vol. II, No. 6
April 1944
Scope and Content

Original bulletin.  "Art Institute, Summer 1944." 14 p.

Vol. II, No. 7
April 1944
Scope and Content

Original bulletin.  "Summer Session 1944, Work Camp 1944." 7 p. 3 copies, released by Nell Goldsmith (Heyns), Emily R. Wood and Margaret Williamson Peterson.

Vol. II, No. 8.
August 1944
Scope and Content

Original bulletin.  "Annual Announcements 1944-1945." 15 p. Released by Margaret Williamson Peterson.

Vol. III, No. 5.
May 1945
Scope and Content

Original bulletin.  "Music Institute, Summer 1945." 13p. Released by Emily R. Wood.

Vol. III, [No. 6].
May 1945
Scope and Content

Original bulletin.  "Art Institute, Summer 1945." 11 p. 2 copies, released by Nell Goldsmith Heyns and Emily R. Wood.

Vol. III, No. [7].
July 1945
Scope and Content

Original bulletin.  "Announcements 1945-46." 15 p. Released by Stuart Atkinson.

Vol. III, No. 8.
August 1945
Scope and Content

Original broadside.  "now new space." 1 folded page. Released by Margaret Williamson Peterson.

Vol. IV, No. 4.
May 1946
Scope and Content

Original bulletin.  "Announcements 1946-47." 16 p. Released by Stuart Atkinson.

Vol. V, No. 1.
November 1946
Scope and Content

Original bulletin.  "Fourteenth College Year Opens." 8 p. Released by Stuart Atkinson.

Vol. V, No. 3.
April 1947
Scope and Content

Original bulletin.  "Announcements 1947-48." 16 p. Released by Emily R. Wood.

Vol. V, No. 4.
May 1947
Scope and Content

Original bulletin.  "News from the Farm." 1 page, folded. Released by Stuart Atkinson.

Vol. V, No. 7.
November 1947
Scope and Content

Original bulletin.  "Community News." 1 page, folded. Released by Stuart Atkinson.

Vol. VI, No. 1.
January 1948
Scope and Content

Original bulletin.  "Opinions of former students: no agreement." 8 p. Released by Stuart Atkinson.

Vol. VI, No. 4.
May 1948
Scope and Content

Original bulletin.  "Experiment in education" by Jimmie Tite. 6 p. Released by Stuart Atkinson.

Vol. VII, No. 1.
March 1949
Scope and Content

Original bulletin.  "Black Mountain College Bulletin, 1949-1950." 14 p. Released by Stuart Atkinson.

Vol. VII, No. 3.
May 1949
Scope and Content

Original bulletin.  "Physics for Liberal Arts Students" by Natasha Goldowski; "a paper presented at the fifteenth annual meeting of the Southeastern Section of the American Physical Society, April 1949." 1 sheet, folded. Released by Stuart Atkinson.

Vol. VIII, No. 1. Supplement:Summer Session in the Arts
Scope and Content

Original supplement to  Black Mountain College Bulletin 1950-51. 1 sheet folded. Released by Emily R. Wood.

Vol. X, No. 4.
November 1952
Scope and Content

Original publication.  1952-1953 Catalog. 30 p. Released by Nell Goldsmith Heyns.

28897
Black Mountain College Community Bulletin

Bulletin 2
1943, June 21.
Scope and Content

Original bulletin. 2 p. Released by Emily R. Wood.

Bulletin 9
1943, August 9.
Scope and Content

Original bulletin. 5 p. Released by Emily R. Wood.

Bulletin 7
1944, November 6.
Scope and Content

Original bulletin. 4 p. Released by Emily R. Wood.

1946, November
1946, November
Scope and Content

Original bulletin.  "The Bulletin." 12 p. Released by Stuart Atkinson.

Bulletin 2
1946, November 1.
Scope and Content

Original bulletin.  "At Black Mountain College Everybody reads - The Bulletin." 12 p. Released by Stuart Atkinson.

1947, January 1
1947, January 1
Scope and Content

Original bulletin.  "This Is Not A Community Bulletin" 3 p. Released by Stuart Atkinson.

28904
Black Mountain Review

Vol. 1, No. 1.
Spring 1954
Scope and Content

Original periodical. Editor: Robert Creeley. Contributing editors: Paul Blackburn, Irving Layton, Charles Olson, Kenneth Rexroth. Includes stories, poems, etc. by: Charles Olson, Robert Hellman, Thomas White, Irving Layton, Paul Blackburn, Mason Jordan Mason, R. C., Rene Laubies, Larry Eigner, William Bronk, Martin Seymour-Smith. Cover by Kitasono Katue.

Vol. 1, No. 2.
Summer 1954
Scope and Content

Original periodical. Editor: Robert Creeley. Contributing editors: Paul Blackburn, Irving Layton, Charles Olson, Kenneth Rexroth. Includes stories, poems, etc. by: Toda Tomoya, Irving Layton, Kenneth Roxroth, Paul Blackburn, Douglas Woolf, Kizu Toyotaro, Lucy Lapp, Robert Creeley, Charles Olson, Ronald Mason. Cover by Kitasono Katue.

Vol. 1, No. 3.
Fall 1954
Scope and Content

Original periodical. Contributing editors: Robert Hellman, Irvine Layton, Charles Olson. Includes stories, poems, etc. by: Bertram Lippman, Robert Duncan, Tom Field, Robert Creeley, Denise Levertov, R.C., Irene Dayton, Irving Layton, Gael Turnbull, Charles Olson, Robert Hellman, Mauritius Estaban. Cover by Kitasono Katue.

Vol. 1, No. 4.
Winter 1954
Scope and Content

Original periodical. Contributing editors: Robert Hellman, Irving Layton, Charles Olson. Includes stories, poems, etc. by: Irving Layton, Joel Oppenheimer, Larry Eigner, Paul Carroll, Thomas White, Gael Turnbull, Denise Levertov, Sanford Edelstein, R. C., Franz Kline, Charles Olson, Lysander Kemp, Robert Creeley, Jess Collins. Cover by Kitasono Katue.

No. 6.
Spring 1956
Scope and Content

Original periodical. Contributing editors: Robert Hellman, Irving Layton, Charles Olson. Includes stories, poems, etc. by: Robert Duncan, Louis Zukofsky, Paul Goodman, Joel Oppenheimer, Denise Levertov, Hilda Morley, Harold Lee Drake, Jess Collins, Christian Morgenstern, Michael Rumaker, Gael Turnbull, Irving Layton, Jonathan Williams, Charles Olson, Robert Creeley, Philip Guston, Ramon Sender, Louis Dienes, Fielding Dawson, Marc Pierret, Camille Bryen. Cover by Dan Rice.

28910
Cage, John

Haiku
Scope and Content

Original printed music by John Cage and envelope. Text on envelope reads "Autography by the composer. Editor, Lou Harrison. Designer and printer, Carroll Williams. Printed . . .at the Black Mountain Music Press, Black Mountain College, Black Mountain, North Carolina, in the first edition of three-hundred on the First of September, 1952." Released by William Masselos. [Stored with Oversized Materials].

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically.

Box: 76  
Charlot, Jean

Inspiration
Scope and Content

Original postcard of one of the murals on the pylons of the Studies Building, 1944. Released by Janet Heling Roberts.

Learning
Scope and Content

Original postcard of one of the murals on the pylons of the Studies Building, 1944. Released by Janet Heling Roberts.

Learning andInspiration
Scope and Content

Original postcard of the murals on the pylons of the Studies Building, 1944. Released by Janet Heling Roberts.

28916
View across Lake Eden to the Dining Hall

Scope and Content

Original postcard, n.d. Released by Emily R. Wood.

Arrangement

Arranged by department.

28917
Dance Programs

A Program of Dances: Merce Cunningham with Sara Hamill and Louise Lippold.
1948, August 20.
Scope and Content

Original program. Single sheet, 8 1/2 x 11". Included "A Diversion", "Root of an Unfocus", "Dream", "Orestes", "In a Landscape", "Totem Ancestor", and "Monkey Dances." Costumes by Mary Outten, music by John Cage and Erik Satie. Released by Jerrold Levy.

28919
Drama Programs

1938, December
1938, December
Scope and Content

Original program.  Bury the Dead by Irwin Shaw. Program printed by BMC Print Shop. Single folded sheet, 8 3/8 x 11'' (open). Released by Phyllis Josephs Thomas.

1940, May 7
1940, May 7
Scope and Content

Original program.  Macbeth by William Shakespeare. Program printed by BMC Print Shop. Single folded sheet, 9 7/16 x 8 1/4" (open). Released by Phyllis Josephs Thomas.

[1942, Fall]
[1942, Fall]
Scope and Content

Original program.  Shadow and Substance by Paul Vincent Carroll. Single mimeographed sheet, 8 1/2 x 13". Released by Nell Goldsmith Heyns.

1943, March 11
1943, March 11
Scope and Content

Original program. A dramatization by Owen Davis and Donald Davis of Edith Wharton's novel  Ethan Frome. 2 mimeographed sheets, 8 1/2 x 11". 2 copies, released by Nell Goldsmith Heyns and Emily R. Wood.

1943, March 16
1943, March 16
Scope and Content

Original program.  The Imaginary Invalid by Moliere. Single mimeographed sheet, 8 1/2 x 11". Released by Nell Goldsmith Heyns.

[1943, June 3?]
[1943, June 3?]
Scope and Content

Original program.  Fixin's by Erma and Paul Green and  Fumed Oak by Noel Coward. 1 mimeographed sheet, 8 1/2 x 11". Released by Nell Goldsmith Heyns.

1944, April 29
1944, April 29
Scope and Content

Original program.  More Straw for the Scarecrow by Betty Kelley. Single sheet, 4 1/2 x 10". Released by Nell Goldsmith Heyns.

1947, May 17
1947, May 17
Scope and Content

Original program. 3 Plays . Included  In the Garden by [Gertrude?] Stein,  Aria Da Capo by Edna St. Vincent Millay,  Hello Out There by [William?] Saroyan. Program printed by BMC Print Shop. Single folded sheet, 8 7/16 x 8 7/8" (open). Released by Janet Heling Roberts.

[N.D.]The Insanity of Love
Scope and Content

Original program.  The Insanity of Love by Otis Levy. Single mimeographed sheet, 14 x 8 1/2". Released by Nell Goldsmith Heyns.

28929
Music Programs

1942, December 6.
1942, December 6.
Scope and Content

Original verse sheet for Christmas music concert. 4 mimeographed sheets, 14 x 8 1/2". Released by Nell Goldsmith Heyns.

1943, March 18.
1943, March 18.
Scope and Content

Original program.  "Wherefore is the light bestowed" Motet for four voices, Chorus by Johannes Brahms,  "Elegy" Op. 118 for Chorus and Strings by Ludwig van Beethoven,  Quartet from the Opera "Fidelio" for Chorus and Orchestra by Ludwig van Beethoven,  Four Rounds for Women's Voices by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, BMC Chorus and Ensemble directed by Heinrich Jalowetz, and  Divertimento in E flat Major for Violin, Viola and Violoncello (six movements) by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart played by Trudi Straus, Gretel Lowinsky and Ilse Hoffmann. Single mimeographed sheet, 8 1/2 x 11". Released by Nell Goldsmith Heyns.

1943, May 22
1943, May 22
Scope and Content

Original program.  6 Bagatelles, Opus 126 for Piano by Ludwig van Beethoven played by Frederic Cohen, and  Sonata for Piano and Violin in C Minor, Opus 30 No. 2 by Ludwig van Beethoven played by Trudi Straus and Frederic Cohen. 2 mimeographed sheets, 8 1/2 x 11". Released by Nell Goldsmith Heyns.

1947, May 18
1947, May 18
Scope and Content

Original program.  Four Songs by Johannes Brahms,  Gypsy Songs by Anton Dvorak,  Three Preludes for Piano by Leo Kraft,  Four Songs by Leo Kraft,  Three Hungarian Folk Songs by Bela Bartok. Performed by Leo Kraft on piano and Mrs. Leo Kraft, voice. Single sheet, 10 7/8 x 8 3/8". Released by Janet Heling Roberts.

1947, July 5
1947, July 5
Scope and Content

Original program. 1947 Summer Session, First Concert. "A Sonata Recital" performed by Lino Bartoli and Jane Fortescue Bartoli. Included  Sonata in G Minor by Tartini,  Sonata in E Minor (K. 304) by Mozart,  Sonata in E by Hindemith, and  Sonata No. 3 in D Minor Op. 108 by Brahms. Program printed by BMC Print Shop. Single sheet, 9 3/4 x 6 3/4". Released by Janet Heling Roberts.

1947, July 12
1947, July 12
Scope and Content

Original program. 1947 Summer Session, Second Concert. Performed by Erwin Bodky, Lino Bartoli, Angelica Bodky, Martha Vahrenkamp, and Harold Sproul. Included  Toccata in E minor for harpsichord by Matthias Weckmann,  Passacaglia in D major for harpsichord by Johann Paschelbel,  Sonata in C major for flute and continuo by J. S. Bach,  Concerto in the Italian style for a harpsichord with two keyboards by J. S. Bach,  Sonata in B minor for violin cello and harpsichord by J. B. Loeillet, and  Concerto in B flat major for piano accompanied by two violins and cello by Johann Christian Bach. Program printed by BMC Print Shop. Single sheet, 9 3/4 x 6 3/4". Released by Janet Heling Roberts.

1947, August 2
1947, August 2
Scope and Content

Original program. 1947 Summer Session, Fifth Concert. Performed by Lino Bartoli, Edward Lowinsky, Gretel Lowinsky, Harold Sproul, Erwin Bodky, Carol Brice, and Martha Vahrenkamp. Included  Sonata in B flat for violin and piano by Mozart,  Trio no. 1 for two violins and continuo by Pergolesi,  Four Sacred Songs by Bach,  Cantata: Strike, thou hour long expected by Bach,  String Quartet Op. 18 no.4 in C minor by Beethoven. Program printed by BMC Print Shop. Single sheet, 9 3/4 x 6 3/4". Released by Janet Heling Roberts.

1948, July 10
1948, July 10
Scope and Content

Original program. 1948 Summer Session, First Concert. Piano recital by Erwin Bodky. Included  Prelude and Triple Fugue by Bach,  Sonata in E Major by Haydn, S  onata in D minor Op. 31, No.2 by Beethoven,  Four Nenies (Mourning Songs) by Bartok performed in memory of Heinrich Jalowetz,  Scherzo No. 3 in C sharp minor by Chopin,  Berceuse by Chopin,  Barcarolle by Chopin. Program printed by BMC Print Shop. 12 1/2 x 9 1/2" (open), 6 x 4 3/4" (closed). Released by Jerrold Levy.

1948, August 13
1948, August 13
Scope and Content

Original program. 1948 Summer Session, Sixth Concert. Performed by Frederick Neumann and Joan Radley Neuman. Included works by Haydn, Bach, Handel-Halvorsen, Beethoven, Paganini, and Gliere. Program printed by BMC Print Shop. Single sheet, 6 1/2 x 9 1/2". Released by Jerrold Levy.

1951, August 19
1951, August 19
Scope and Content

Original program. Recital of Contemporary Music performed by David Tudor, pianist. Included works by Arnold Schoenberg, Stefan Wolpe, Morton Feldman, Wladimir Woronoff, Christian Wolff, John Cage, Pierre Boulez and Anton Webern. Program printed by BMC Print Shop. Single sheet, 9 5/8 x 5". Released by David Tudor.

1952, August 9 and 11
1952, August 9 and 11
Scope and Content

Original program. David Tudor, pianist. "The first of two concerts." Included  Extensions Number Three by Morton Feldman,  For Piano by Christian Wolff,  Music of Changes (four parts) by John Cage. Program printed by BMC Print Shop. Single sheet, 8 1/2 x 3 3/4". Released by David Tudor.

1952, August 11 (12)
1952, August 11 (12)
Scope and Content

Original program. David Tudor, pianist. Included works by Stefan Wolpe, John Cage, Pierre Boulez, Morton Feldman, and Henry Cowell. Program printed by BMC Print Shop. Single sheet, 8 1/2 x 3 3/4". Released by David Tudor.

1953, July
1953, July
Scope and Content

Original program. David Tudor, pianist. "Night of the female pope, or occult science...black arts ball subsequently." Included works by Olivier Messiaen, Stefan Wolpe, Anton Wolff, Earle Brown, and Heny Cowell. Program printed by BMC Print Shop. Tommy Jackson, printer. Single sheet, 7 x 5". Released by David Tudor.

1953, July 4
1953, July 4
Scope and Content

Original program. David Tudor, pianist. Program printed on cigarette wrapper by BMC Print Shop. Tommy Jackson, printer. 2 cigarettes, each 2 3/4" long. Released by David Tudor.

1953, July 22
1953, July 22
Scope and Content

Original program. David Tudor, pianist. Program printed by BMC Print Shop. Tommy Jackson, printer. Single sheet printed on both sides, 5 1/2 x 3 1/4". Released by David Tudor.

1953, August 29
1953, August 29
Scope and Content

Original program. Performed by Josef Marx, Abraham Mishkind, and Irma Wolpe. Included works by G. F. Handel, W. F. Bach, J. S. Bach, and Stefan Wolpe. Single mimeographed sheet.

1953, Summer
1953, Summer
Scope and Content

Original program. A David Tudor Performance of Musics at the Water Front Auditorium. Included  Second Sonata by Pierre Boulez,  Displaced Spaces, part two by Stefan Wolpe,  Music for Piano, numbers four thru [sic] twenty by John Cage,  Perspectives by Earle Brown. Program printed on coupons in a single-foldover. Program printed by BMC Print Shop. Tommy Jackson, printer. 2 1/2 x 5 1/2". Released by David Tudor.

[19--], June 5
[19--], June 5
Scope and Content

Original program. "Music in the Renaissance: I. Introduction with lantern slides, II. Spiritual music." Included organ, string quartet, and A Capella music performed by Trudi Straus, Kenneth Kurtz, Gretel Lowinsky, Gwendolyn Currier (Jamieson), and Edward Lowinsky. A Capella choir conducted by Edward Lowinsky. 2 mimeographed sheets, 8 1/2 x 11". Released by Nell Goldsmith Heyns.

[19--], October 31
[19--], October 31
Scope and Content

Original program. Henry Purcell's  Chaconne from "The Fairy Queen" arranged by Frederic Cohen and performed by Frederic Cohen and Edward Lowinsky, Mozart's  Fantasia in F Minor for piano played by Edward Lowinsky and Heinrich Jalowetz, Brahms's  Variations on a Theme by Haydn performed by Heinrich Jalowetz and Frederic Cohen. Single mimeographed sheet, 8 1/2 x 11". Released by Nell Goldsmith Heyns.

[n.d.], November 14
[n.d.], November 14
Scope and Content

Original program. Music by Franz Schubert performed by Patsy Lynch, Barbara Pollet, Dorothy Trayer, Heinrich Jalowetz, Frederic Cohen, and Trudi Straus. Single mimeographed sheet, 8 1/2 x 11". Released by Nell Goldsmith Heyns.

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically.

28950
Black Mountain College Black Mountain, North Carolina.
[1938-1939]

Scope and Content

Original brochure. 9 x 6". 14 p. Released by Anne Chapin Weston.

28951
Lake Eden Inn and Cottages Brochure
1939

Scope and Content

Original brochure. "1939 season - from June 5 to September 9." Single folded page, 9 x 10" (open). Released by Anne Chapin Weston.

28952
Building Project
[1941 Summer]

Scope and Content

Original fundraising brochure. Describes the work and the building programs at the Lake Eden campus. Includes drawings and photographs. 8 p. 2 copies, released by Lisa Jalowetz (Aronson) and Margaret Williamson Peterson.

28953
Summer Program 1943
1943

Scope and Content

Original flyer. Describes the summer quarter, fees, courses, work program, community life, climate, accommodations, and transportation. Single folded page. Released by Emily R. Wood.

28954
Photographic Viewbook
[1949-1950]

Scope and Content

Original brochure, ca. 1950. Cover has "BMC" laundry stamp design by Ruth Asawa. Brochure was designed by Hazel-Frieda Larsen (Archer) and a group of photography students. Donated to the project by Hope Stephens (Foote).