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Archives related to: Marcus, Stanley, 1905-

titlePapers of Vincent Price, 1883-1992 (bulk 1932-1992).
repositoryLibrary of Congress
collection titleCorrespondence, speeches and writings, lectures, business records, family papers, scripts, programs, playbills, publicity material, photographs, and other papers documenting Price’s career as an actor in the theater, motion pictures, and television, as an art collector, critic, and consultant, and as a gourmet cook. Includes material on his association with Sears, Roebuck and Company as an an art consultant, roles in horror films, appearances on the lecture circuit, support of the arts and particularly the works of American Indians, and his writings on art and cooking.

Correspondents include his wives, actress Edith Barrett, costume designer Mary Grant Price, and actress Coral Browne; other family members; and Letitia Baldrige, Charles Collingwood, Joan Crawford, Henry Dreyfuss, Deanna Durbin, Alec Guinness, Helen Hayes, Sam Jaffe, Stanley Marcus, Roddy McDowall, Perry Townsend Rathbone, Joan Rivers, and Mary Wickes.
extent92.5 linear feet.
formatsCorrespondence Business Records Personal papers Writings Ephemera
accessContact repository for restrictions and policies.
record linkhttp://hdl.loc.gov/loc.mss/eadmss.ms001033
record sourcehttp://catalog.loc.gov
finding aidFinding aid available in the Library of Congress Manuscript Reading Room and on Internet.
acquisition informationGift, Vincent Price, 1970-1992.
updated05/12/2022 11:09:47
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titleArtist file: Marcus, Stanley; miscellaneous uncataloged material.
repositoryThe Museum of Modern Art
collection titlePamphlet file
The folder may include announcements, clippings, press releases, brochures, reviews, invitations, small exhibition catalogs, and other ephemeral material.

Location
MoMA Queens Artist Files

Call Number
Marcus, Stanley
extent1 folder
formatsEphemera
accessContact repository for restrictions and policies.
record sourcehttp://arcade.nyarc.org/record=b711928~S1
updated11/12/2014 11:29:52
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titleJ. Carl Hertzog Papers, 1901-1985.
repositoryUniversity of Texas at El Paso, library
collection titlePersonal papers includes Hertzog's correspondence with his mother and step family. Other items include awards, financial papers, photographs, genealogical information, and clippings. Professional activities contains materials describing the Hertzog and Resler Printing Co., an early scrapbook, and materials about the Texas Western Press and Texas Western College.

General correspondence contains both personal and business correspondence documenting Hertzog's relations with people in the book trades, as well as others including Al Lowman, Stanley Marcus, and C.L. Sonnichsen. Projects include correspondence, proofs, illustrations, and summary notebooks. "The King Ranch" is the most thoroughly documented project in the series. Ephemera consists of materials created by Hertzog and others, including letterhead, greeting cards, broadsides, press plates, and type specimens. Subject files contain materials relating to some of Hertzog's colleagues including pamphlets, catalogs, clippings, sketches, and manuscripts. Colleagues include Tom Lea, José Cisneros, J. Evetts Haley, and Frank Dobie

Bio/History:
Book designer, typographer, and printer.
extent50 linear feet
formatsCorrespondence Financial Papers Personal Papers Photographs Clippings
accessUnrestricted
record sourcehttp://libraryweb.utep.edu/
finding aidOnline and in repository.
acquisition informationThe collection is the result of two different accessions. The first accession of 26 boxes was received in 1970 and consisted mainly of Hertzog's working files. During 1972-1980, Hertzog maintained an office at the UTEP Library where he began to "re-organize" his papers. The second accession of 27 boxes, was received in 1989 and consisted of material from Carl Hertzog's home office. The material from the second accession has been integrated into the existing filing system of the first accession. The accession number for this collection was number 540.
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titleStanley Marcus papers, 1900-1995, bulk 1947-1995.
repositorySouthern Methodist University
collection titleIncludes interoffice and other business correspondence and reports, speeches, newspaper clippings, personal correspondence, photographs, broadsides and other publications, art posters, 16mm films, video and audio cassettes relating to the life of Stanley Marcus and the business of Neiman Marcus.

Includes letters to and from major figures in the Democratic Party.

Notes:
In 2003, Linda Marcus donated the private library of Stanley Marcus to SMU. In recognition of the significance of this gift, the DeGolyer named its reading room in honor of Stanley Marcus. The Marcus book collection, consisting of approximately 8,000 books, is currently being cataloged. Great strengths of the Marcus collection include art and art history, business history, English and American literature, and the book arts.
extent350 cubic feet.
formatsBusiness Papers Deguerreotype Writings Clippings Personal Papers
accessCollection open for research use.
record sourcehttp://poni.smu.edu/
finding aidFinding aid available in the library.
acquisition informationGift, Stanley Marcus, 1992.
updated11/12/2014 11:29:58
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titleInterview with Stanley Marcus, September 9, 1994.
repositorySouthern Methodist University
collection titleInterview with Stanley Marcus by James D. Scurlock for use in an published article. The conversation covered restaurants as a part of retail and fragrance.
extent1 folder, 2 items.
formatsInterview
accessContact repository for restrictions and policies.
record sourcehttp://poni.smu.edu/
acquisition informationGift: Marcus, Stanley 10/01/1994
updated11/12/2014 11:29:58
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titleLee H. B. Malone correspondence and miscellaneous subjects, Bernard J Reis, 1949-1960.
repositoryMuseum of Fine Arts, Houston
collection titleThe Correspondence and Miscellaneous Subjects files include a body of materials related to the annual convention of the American Federation of Arts which was held in Houston in 1957 (April 3-6) under the joint sponsorship of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston and the Contemporary Arts Museum. The convention was largely organized by Malone and John de Menil.

Correspondents include Daniel Longwell, then President of the American Federation of Arts; Robert David Straus; Stanley Marcus; Harris Masterson; and Jermayne McAgy. Speakers and panelists present were Meyer Schapiro; James Johnson Sweeney, subsequently Director of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston from 1961 to 1967; Stuart Davis; William C. Seitz; Marcel Duchamp; Jimmy Ernst; and Vincent Price. Transcripts of speeches and panel discussions are included, as well as printed ephemera such as the program booklet for the convention and AFA newsletters. The files also contain materials related to the 1956 meeting of the Houston Fine Arts Forum (March 9-11) which explored "American Heritage and the Southwest". Correspondents include Alice Winchester, then editor of the periodical "Antiques"; Ralph E. Carpenter, Jr.; Marshall B. Davidson;

(cont.) Henry Needham Flynt; Maxim Karolik; John Palmer Leeper; and Paul Horgan. The papers contain texts of the talks given at the sessions. Also featured is Director Malone's 1959 report entitled "Looking Ahead for the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston"; his 1957 accessions plan, with priority lists of works to be acquired for the permanent collection; lists of objects approved for deaccessioning in 1957; and extensive correspondence with galleries and dealers concerning possible accessions. A small amount of Malone's miscellaneous correspondence is also present.

Bio/History:
Lee H. B. Malone (1913-1989) served as the first full-time Director of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston from May 1953 to June 1959. Malone was raised in Europe and educated at Yale University. His years were characterized by the expansion of the Museum's permanent collection and the growth of its facilities, which came to include the monumental Cullinan Hall designed by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and completed in 1958.
extent1.5 linear ft.
formatsCorrespondence Ephemera Printed Materials Notes Research Files
accessContact repository for restrictions and policies.
record linkhttps://hirsch.mfah.org/vwebv/holdingsInfo?bibId=45468
record sourcehttps://hirsch.mfah.org/vwebv/holdingsInfo?bibId=45468
finding aidUnpublished finding aid available in repository
updated08/25/2017 16:07:35
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