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Scope and Contents Artist Alexandre Hogue (1898-1994) was born in Memphis, Missouri and lived in Denton and Dallas, Texas before moving to Tulsa in 1945. He was chair of The University of Tulsa School of Art from 1945 to 1963 but continued teaching at the university until his retirement in 1968. The gallery in Phillips Hall has been named in his honor.Hogue's paintings of the Dust Bowl era won him international acclaim. His works are in the permanent collections of the Smithsonian Institution's...
Dates: 1923 - 1994
Scope and Contents Typescript and original cover art for How to Use German Nouns Correctly in Sentences; typescript with illustration for La Petite Grenoble par Guillaume de L'eglise; examples of Curtis Williams's cover art, photographs, and portraits of various individuals, all housed in a presentation portfolio.
Dates: 1986 - 2001
Scope and Contents 14 posters designed by Milton Glaser. Milton Glaser (b.1929) is among the most celebrated graphic designers in the United States. He has had the distinction of one-man-shows at the Museum of Modern Art and the Georges Pompidou Center. He was selected for the lifetime achievement award of the Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum (2004) and the Fulbright Association (2011), and in 2009 he was the first graphic designer to receive the National Medal of the Arts award. As a Fulbright scholar,...
Dates: 1985 - 2009
Scope and Contents This collection consists of articles and illustrations by William Roderick James excised from Sunset Magazine, Scribner's, The Saturday Evening Post, The Bookman and other periodicals dating from 1920 to 1932. Stories such as these by Will James generally appeared first in serial installments in magazines such as those listed above, and thus these articles often represent the first appearance of James' work. Seventy-nine items in all are included. The collection is organized into 3...
Dates: 1920 - 1932