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Guide to the R. Philip Hanes Papers, 1928-2010

Collection Overview

The papers of R. Philip Hanes span the years 1928 to 1987 with the bulk occurring during the 1960s through the 1980s. Included are correspondence; printed material, such as brochures, leaflets, pamphlets, and programs; mimeographed material; clippings; press releases; newsletters; reports; financial records; minutes and agenda of meetings; agreements and contracts; pictures and slides; questionnaires; telephone logs; and plans.

The Hanes collection is useful as a study of a southern businessman and arts supporter, not only in North Carolina but also nationally, from the late 1950s to the mid-1980s. A principal focus of the collection is the arts involvement of Hanes on a local (Winston-Salem), state (North Carolina), regional, as well as national level. As a result of Hanes's encouragement for the arts, in part through board memberships on numerous arts organizations, the manuscripts contain much information about these organizations as well. Another related focal point is Ampersand, Inc., a Winston- Salem consulting firm Hanes established. It provided fund raising, management, and public relations services for non- profit organizations, especially arts groups.

To a lesser extent there is information in the collection about Hanes's concern for conservation of natural resources. There is only a small amount of material in the papers pertaining to his career as a textile company executive at Hanes Dye and Finishing Company. Chiefly these company records relate to some area of the arts, such as financial contributions to arts work; a small portion concern labor union activity. Also, there is not much in the collection relating to Hanes's family life.

The involvement of Hanes in arts organizations is evident throughout the collection. The Geographic Series, Subject Files Series, Audiovisual Series, and to a lesser extent the Personal and Boards Series all reflect this strong interest.

Hanes's interest in the arts probably was influenced by his early home life in a household filled with books, paintings, and music. Members of the Hanes family were individuals of culture and avid supporters of the arts. For example, his father, Ralph P. Hanes, Sr., was instrumental in saving and restoring Old Salem, an eighteenth-century Moravian community. Dr. Fred Hanes, Philip Hanes's uncle, was a friend of writer H. L. Mencken. Hanes's work for the arts began in the early 1950s, when Katharine Bahnson asked him to help raise funds for the Winston-Salem Arts Council. He then served on a task force for the organization. Hanes was also closely involved in the work of the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, the International Council of the Museum of Modern Art, the Winterthur Museum, and the Young President's Organization (YPO). Files for these organizations and institutions appear in the Personal and Boards Series. YPO material is also included in the Subject Files Series. One of Hanes's goals has been to bring outside interest and money to the arts in North Carolina.

One measure of the extent of Hanes's commitment to the arts is that he not only served on the boards and committees of numerous arts organizations but also was a founder of at least eight arts groups. These include the Associated Councils of the Arts, the Jargon Society, Tri-States Arts Council, Southeastern Center for Contemporary Arts, the North Carolina School of the Arts, North Carolina State Arts Council, the Winston-Salem Arts Council, and Piedmont Opera. He also was a founder of the Awards in the Visual Arts program and Ampersand, Inc. Most of these organizations are well-represented in the collection.

The Associated Councils of the Arts, a national private body, was first named Community Arts Councils, Inc. when Hanes was a founder in 1960. By 1964, the name was changed to Arts Councils of America to reflect more accurately the organization and work of the corporation. By 1966, the name became the Associated Councils of the Arts (ACA). Hanes served as vice-president and president of the organization, on the board, and on committees. ACA files, pulled together under the latest name, comprise about twenty percent of the Subject Files Series, with most of the correspondence falling in the 1960s. In addition to Hanes, the primary correspondents in the files are George M. Irwin and Ralph Burgard, with some scattered correspondence with Nancy Hanks. Irwin served as president and chairman of the board of the organization, and Burgard was executive director. Hanks also served as president. The ACA file includes information about the board of directors, conferences, and projects. ACA material also appears in the Personal and Boards Series and the Ampersand Central Files Series.

Another national organization of which Hanes was a founding board member is the Jargon Society, which published the works of nationally famous poets. The society was housed at the Penland School in Penland, N. C. Jargon Society files appear in the Personal and Boards Series, the Ampersand Casebooks Series, and to a lesser extent in the Ampersand Chronological Files Series. There is extensive correspondence of Hanes with Jonathan Williams, the Jargon Society founder. Williams, a poet and publisher, became curator of the Jargon Society Archive at the State University of New York, Buffalo Library in 1980. Williams correspondence appears particularly in the Geographic Series in the Penland, N.C. folders.

Two regional arts groups that Hanes helped establish are the Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art (SECCA) in 1956 and the Tri-States Arts Council in 1959. SECCA, located in Winston-Salem, N. C., was a major client of Ampersand, Inc. from 1976 to 1982. There are ten boxes in the Ampersand Casebooks Series on this organization, which represent about twelve percent of that series. The Personal and Boards Series also contains some files. The Tri-States Arts Council was a multi-states arts organization, encompassing North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia. It was formed before any state arts council. There is material about this council in the Geographic Series, under the heading "North Carolina."

On the state level, Hanes was the primary founder of the North Carolina State Arts Council in 1964. He had persuaded then Governor Terry Sanford to address the American Symphony Orchestra League. Hanes talked to Sanford about creating the Arts Council, which became a part of the North Carolina Department of Administration. The agency later became part of the Department of Cultural Resources. Hanes also served as president and chairman of the council's executive committee. The Geographic Series contains almost two boxes of letters and memoranda, agendas, minutes, and reports on this organization, and there is some information in the Ampersand Central Files Series. There is extensive correspondence between Hanes and Robert V. Brickell, Executive Director of the Council, 1966-1968. Also, in the Geographic Series there are files for various local arts councils under the names of the state and city, such as "North Carolina. Greensboro."

Another state-level institution for which Hanes was a founder is the North Carolina School of the Arts (NCSA), created in 1966 in Winston-Salem. He was also an early major fund raiser for the school as well as being on the board and various committees. Hanes was prominent among local leaders who raised one million dollars by telephone to provide a physical plant for the institution. There is NCSA material in the Personal and Boards Series, the Geographic Series, the Subject Files Series, as well as the Ampersand Casebooks Series. In the latter series, NCSA files account for 25 boxes, or almost one-third of the series. NCSA was a major Ampersand client from 1974 to 1985. These files pertain to donors for the school and fund-raising campaigns in various North Carolina cities such as Charlotte, Hickory, High Point, Gastonia, and the Research Triangle area.

There are also several folders in the Ampersand Casebooks Series (Arts Council, Downtown Revitalization, and NCSA files) for the Roger L. Stevens Center for the Performing Arts in Winston-Salem. The center, which had its grand opening in 1983, belongs to the NCSA. Ampersand promoted NCSA'S "Vision in Motion" campaign to fund the Stevens Center. It represents a partnership between the business community and the arts, in which Hanes and Ampersand played a major role. There were corporate and private contributions as well as an NEA challenge grant. The eleven-story Greek revival building also is a part of downtown Winston-Salem's revitalization, in which Hanes and Ampersand again were instrumental. Roger L. Stevens, a broadway producer for whom the center was named, is a former businessman who switched to a theatrical career in the 1950s. He was chairman of the board of the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D. C. From 1965- 1969, he headed the National Council on the Arts, which became the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA). He also was a board member of NCSA. His correspondence is scattered throughout the collection, and there is a file under his name in the Personal and Boards Series.

Hanes was very active as a founder of local arts organizations in his hometown of Winston-Salem, including the Winston-Salem Arts Council. In the late 1940s, a group of citizens and community groups worked to form a united organization for the arts, which became the Winston-Salem Arts Council on August 9, 1949. Hanes began his association with the arts in 1950 as one of the founding members of this council, the first arts council in the United States. Its purpose was to unite arts associations in fund raising, scheduling of events, advertising, and budgeting. From this beginning grew the North Carolina Arts Council, regional arts councils, and the American Council for the Arts. Hanes was vice-president of the Winston-Salem Arts Council and served on several committees, including personnel, nominating, development, executive, endowment, and long- range planning. There are several folders on the Council in the Geographic Series, under the heading of "North Carolina, Winston-Salem," and some in the Personal and Boards Series. However, the bulk of the material is in the Ampersand Casebooks Series, where eleven Council boxes comprise almost fifteen percent of that series. It was a major Ampersand client from 1977 to 1985.

Another Winston-Salem organization Hanes helped to establish was the Piedmont Opera. He was a founding board member and served as vice-president, but there does not appear to be any material on this group in the collection.

In addition to founding the eight arts organizations, Hanes was also a founder in 1979 of the Awards in the Visual Arts program (AVA). It was a competition for regional artists from throughout the United States which granted fellowship money to artists. AVA was co-sponsored by the NEA, the Rockefeller Fund, and the Equitable Life Assurance Society, and coordinated by the Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art (SECCA). SECCA hired Ampersand to direct the program, bring people together, organize the competition, obtain judges, and establish the divisions in the United States. The AVA material in the collection is contained in the Ampersand Casebooks Series, and forms a part of the SECCA files.

Another major arts institution that Hanes served was the National Endowment for the Arts. He was appointed by President Lyndon B. Johnson, and served on the board and on the Music Committee. Hanes also was a National Council on the Arts member and served under two chairmen, Roger Stevens and Nancy Hanks. Hanes worked to support the arts council movement from within NEA along with NEA chairman Nancy Hanks and Chuck Mark, head of the State and Local Arts Agencies Division of NEA. Both Hanks and Mark letters appear throughout the collection. NEA files are scattered throughout the collection in the Personal and Boards, Subject Files, Ampersand Central Files, and Slides Series. The Slides Series contains slides of early NEA meetings in 1965 and 1966. Included in particular are pictures of Harper Lee, Roger Stevens, John Steinbeck, Agnes de Mille, Gregory Peck, and Lady Bird Johnson. Also, photographs of various arts centers are included in the Miscellaneous Series.

In 1976, by which time Hanes's reputation in the arts was well-established, he and S. Kathryn Page founded Ampersand Inc. The company was a wholly-owned subsidiary of Hanes Dye and Finishing Company, Hanes's employer for 28 years. In forming Ampersand, Inc., Hanes combined his business acumen with his experience as an active participant in the arts as consultant, board member, patron, fund raiser, and advisor to arts organizations. The company, a management service organization, specifically targeted the managers and boards of cultural organizations as its clients. These clients often were from North Carolina, many from Winston-Salem. The name of the company was derived from the symbol "and," a connecting symbol used to join things together. The firm provided fund raising, management, and public relations services for non-profit organizations, especially arts groups. Other services which Ampersand supplied included long and short-range planning, project feasibility studies, marketing, staff and executive recruitment, trustee development, special event management, custom research, and volunteer program and board development. The company provided a uniform approach to promoting the arts with these services.

Ampersand employed a relatively small number of staff members. President and chief administrative officer was co- founder Kathryn Page. To complete the staff Ampersand filled the following positions at various times: research associate, consultant, client consultant, senior consultant, executive assistant, public relations specialist, administrative associate, and intern. Hanes was chairman of the board and chief executive officer.

Although Hanes had anticipated working with Ampersand for the rest of his life, the experiment in Hanes's own words "was unsuccessful" (See letter of Dec. 1, 1988 in Information Folder). Ampersand lasted for a decade until 1986. There were several problems, one of which appeared to be financial, because often clients did not pay the fees. Consequently the business lost a considerable amount of money. Ampersand also wanted to show its client organizations "how to strengthen the board, build up public relations, develop good administrative practices, and essentially do their own fund raising." (Dec. 1, 1988 letter) This attempt to show arts and other non-profit organizations how they could apply business practices to their own operations often was only marginally successful.

The Ampersand Series is the largest one, comprising a little over one-half of the Hanes collection. The series provides four different approaches to access because it is divided into sections. One point of access is by client name as evidenced in the Casebooks. They functioned as an organizational tool for Ampersand to evaluate the client and its needs, to develop a system of obtaining economic support, and to assist in finding appropriate personnel. Correspondence varies in content from mass-produced letters to personal ones from Hanes or his staff. The alphabetical run of clients in the Casebooks section provides an overall view of the process involved in working with individual organizations. Between 1977 and 1984 Ampersand averaged 15 clients a year and contracted with 40 different clients during its existence.

The North Carolina School of the Arts, the Arts Council (Winston-Salem), and the Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art were the three major Ampersand clients, as evidenced by the amount of material in the casebooks. These three organizations remained as clients for the majority of the company's lifespan. The SECCA files also contain material about the Awards in the Visual Arts program, 1979- 1982.

Other clients, with at least two or three boxes each of material in the Casebooks, include the James B. Hunt political campaigns, the North Carolina Dance Theatre (Winston-Salem), the North Carolina Museum of Art (Raleigh, N.C.), Old Salem, St. John's Art Gallery (Wilmington, N.C.), Salem College and Academy (Winston-Salem), the Southern Highland Handicraft Guild (Asheville, N.C.), and the Walnut Street Theater (Philadelphia). The Hunt campaign files chiefly pertain to outgoing two-term North Carolina Governor James B. Hunt's unsuccessful Democratic bid in the 1984 U. S. Senate race. He attempted to unseat the incumbent, Senator Jesse Helms (Republican). Ampersand headed a Friends of the Arts division of Governor Hunt's campaign, and Hanes evidently was a consultant to the Hunt campaign. In the files there is also material about "A Celebration of the Arts," a Hunt North Carolina fund raiser. Although the Hunt material centers around the 1984 campaign, there is a little material about his 1979-1980 race for a second term as governor.

The Arts and Crafts Association files and the Sawtooth Center for Visual Design folders also fill over two boxes total. The Association began as the Arts and Crafts Workshop, a project of the Junior League of Winston-Salem, in 1945. It officially became the Arts and Crafts Association in 1948, organized as a private, non-profit venture in arts education. In 1982 the name was changed to Sawtooth Center for Visual Design, when the organization moved into its new quarters in Winston Square in downtown Winston-Salem. By changing the name, the organization also hoped to end the confusion between its name and the Arts Council. The two Sawtooth Center folders from 1984 relate to the Tom Davis Design in Flight Competition, sponsored by the Sawtooth Center for students of all ages in the Winston- Salem schools.

There is additional information relating to Winston- Salem in the Winston-Salem Symphony Association files and the Winston-Salem Downtown Revitalization files. Also, there is downtown revitalization information in the Arts Council file. Hanes was very involved in this downtown renewal. He and other interested citizens began examining the possibility of building a new downtown area around the performing arts in the mid-1970s. The Winston-Salem Arts Council was also a promoter of the idea. The new downtown Winston-Salem arts center included Winston Square, the Stevens Center, and supporting businesses. A vacant theater, formerly known as the Carolina Theater, was renovated to become the Stevens Center. The dedication ceremony occurred in 1983. The Winston-Salem Journal and the Winston-Salem Sentinel faithfully reported on local arts developments and thus are good secondary sources on that topic.

There are several clients in the Casebooks, for which there are one or one-and-one-half boxes. These include the Alabama School of Fine Arts (Birmingham), Dance St. Louis, the (N.C.) Governor's Business Council on the Arts and Humanities, the Jargon Society, the Moravian Music Foundation (Winston-Salem), the Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts (Winston-Salem), the North Carolina Symphony (Raleigh), and the Spoleto Festival (Charleston). Spoleto Festival material as well as Governor's Business Council information also appear in the Personal Series. Other clients with smaller files include the Alabama Shakespeare Festival (Anniston), the Chicago City Ballet, the Frank Holder Dance Company (Greensboro, N.C.), the International Wilderness Leadership Foundation (Ft. Collins, CO.), the Raleigh Cultural Arts Action Plan, Roanoak Project (Roanoak, N.C.), Upstairs Gallery (Tryon, N.C.), and the Winston-Salem Chamber of Commerce.

The second approach to access in the Ampersand Series is the Chronological Files. They are chiefly correspondence of Hanes and other Ampersand staff, arranged by date, and therefore provide a clearer view of the sequence of events. Representative topics are clients, such as NCSA and its "Vision in Motion" campaign, grants, funding, potential donors, executive searches, gifts, contracts, meetings, and general business. There is reference in 1977 to the Creative Problem Solving Course that Ampersand established, and plans for another in 1978. In addition there is a file on the course in the Personal Series and the Ampersand Central Files Series. Hanes also wrote some letters as chairman of the board of Hanes Dye and Finishing and discussed environmental and conservation concerns, and the arts. Scattered letters pertain to topics which supplement files in other parts of the collection, such as NCSA, the Winston-Salem Arts Council, the Nature Conservancy, the Jargon Society, Winston-Salem Downtown Revitalization, the Sawtooth Building and Center City Development. There are references to Joan Mondale's visit to Winston-Salem in 1978.

The third approach to access in the Ampersand Series is the Central Files. Like the Chronological Files, this is also primarily a correspondence file, but arranged by topic, providing an overall picture of the business by subject. The letters are mainly those of Hanes and other Ampersand staff. Included are files for various clients, institutions and organizations, reference material on these organizations, and financial information about Ampersand.

The fourth access point is company records. This section contains not only financial records of Ampersand but also information about clients and proposals. It reveals information about clients which are not included in the casebooks and the initial steps of the consulting process, even if unsuccessful subsequently.

Other aspects of Hanes's life as revealed in the collection are the interconnected interests of conservation of natural resources and outdoor recreation. His commitment to preserving the environment, especially in North Carolina, extended to both the seacoast and the mountains. He purchased most of Stone Mountain, five miles west of Roaring Gap, N.C., which became a state park. Also, Hanes was concerned as well about the preservation of the Appalachian Trail and Roan Mountain, which was threatened by commercial development. He expressed his love of the outdoors also as a hiker; hunter, especially of wild duck, pheasant, and dove; and trout fisherman.

Hanes's interest in the environment led him to serve several conservation societies as governor, director, national advisor, and committee member. These include the Nature Conservancy, the National Audubon Society, the American Land Trust, the Izaak Walton League of America, Appalachian Trail Conference, and the Appalachian Highlands Association. In addition, Hanes was a founder of the Southern Appalachian Highlands Conservancy and the North Carolina Land Heritage Trust. The Personal and Boards Series in particular reflect these interests in ecology and outdoor recreation. There are large files for the National Audubon Society and the Nature Conservancy, and to a lesser extent the Appalachian Greenway. Other related files in this series include the Izaak Walton League, the Appalachian Trail, Currituck, Shooting Clubs, Ecology, Conservation, Hunting, New River, Roan Mountain, Cane River, and Stone Mountain. There also is some information on The Nature Conservancy in the Ampersand Chronological Files Series. The North Carolina Recreation Commission has some information in the Geographic and Subject Files Series, and the National Recreation Association is represented in the Subject Files Series.

In the Subject Files Series many different topics are represented. Four major ones which have not been noted above include the National Council on the Arts, the National Foundation on the Arts and Humanities, the American Symphony Orchestra League, and Arts Management.

There are many letters of prominent persons who were involved in the arts world as artists, as patrons of the arts, or as members of advisory boards of organizations. These correspondents include Edward B. Benjamin, Ralph Burgard, Lammot duPont Copeland, Agnes De Mille, John Ehle, Nancy Hanks, Paul Hudgins, George M. Irwin, Jarold A. Kieffer, Margot Logan, W. McNeil Lowry, Charles Christopher Mark, Sam Ragan, Alvin H. Reiss, Samuel R. Rosenbaum, Michael Whitney Straight, Robert Suderburg, Alvin Toffler, Richard P. Trenbeth, Eric Walter White, and Jonathan Williams. Other correspondents, who were not chiefly artists, shared Hanes's interest in promoting the arts. There are occasional letters from North Carolina governors and other political figures including Jesse Helms, James E. Holshouser, James B. Hunt, Benjamin Everett Jordan, Joan Mondale, Daniel Killian Moore, Terry Sanford, and Robert Walter Scott. Celebrities, such as Helen Hayes and Charlton Heston, also appear in the letters. Other correspondents include John Mason Brewer, Milton Esterow, William Coffield Fields, Siebolt Henry Frieswyk, Norman Lloyd, Sir Peter Ramsbotham, John D. Rockefeller, Laurance S. Rockefeller, James H. Semans, Mary Duke Biddle Trent Semans, and Edward Weeks.

Names have been indexed only where both quantity and quality (research content) were present. Often the correspondence of one person in this collection is scattered throughout, rather than grouped in one series.

Unprocessed Additions (Accs. 1990-060, 1990-084, 1992-066, 1996-136, and 2004-081)

The collection includes 28 boxes from unprocessed additions, which have no boxlist or other descriptions available. These boxes are numbered by Accession number. Unprocessed additions (5479 items; dated [1950s]-2004) include correspondence, greeting cards, subject files, financial records, reports, memorabilia, photographs, videotapes, and a large poster of Hanes' family tree. Materials reflect especially Hanes' interest in the arts, conservation (particularly in western North Carolina and Virginia), and the city of Winston-Salem.

Addition: Acc. (2010-0201)

Addition includes correspondence, both incoming and outgoing, as well as appointment books, clippings, and miscellaneous materials relating to Hanes' philanthropy and community involvement in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Prominent topics include the Hanes farm and other conservation and agricultural enterprises; his role in various arts councils and arts movements throughout the city and country, including the National Endowment for the Arts; his interactions with Wake Forest University and other academic institutions; his communications with Wachovia Bank; and other issues or movements that he supported. The majority of the materials are loosely arranged in a chronological file, dating from 1940-2010 (bulk dating from 1991-2009).

Descriptive Summary

Collection Number
RL.00503
Title
R. Philip Hanes papers
Date
1928-2010
Creator
Hanes, R. Philip, 1926-2011
Extent
119 Linear Feet, 131,729 Items
Repository
David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library
Language
English.

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Contents of the Collection

1. Geographic Series, 1928-1983, undated

Chiefly correspondence to and from Hanes, and printed material, such as brochures, booklets, leaflets, pamphlets, newsletters, and programs. Also included are photographs, reports and annual reports, clippings, surveys, membership lists, and press releases. Organized alphabetically by geographic area, first by state, then city. The small amount of material for various foreign countries follows the U.S. folders.

Alabama, 1960-1966
Box 1
Alabama, Birmingham, 1959-1968
Box 1
Alabama, Birmingham: Arts Council Survey, 1961-1962
Box 1
Alabama, Birmingham: Festivals, 1962-1967
Box 1
Alabama, Huntsville, 1960-1963
Box 1
Alabama, Huntsville: Arts Council, 1961-1969
(2 folders)
Box 1
Alabama, Mobile: Arts Council, 1960-1966
Box 1
Alaska, 1965-1968
Box 1
Arizona, Phoenix: Arts Council, 1961-1965
Box 1
Arizona, Phoenix: Festivals, Surveys, 1961-1962
Box 1
Arizona, Tucson: Festivals, Special Ideas, 1959-1969
Box 1
Arkansas: Festivals, 1961-1965
Box 1
Arkansas, Little Rock: Arts Council, Center, 1957-1969
Box 2
Arkansas University: Opera Workshop, Mar.- Sept., 1961
Box 2
California, 1961-1968(2 folders)
Box 2
California: Arts Commission, 1963-1966 and undated
(3 folders)
Box 2
California: Festivals, Surveys, 1960-1963
Box 2
California, Los Angeles, 1961-1970
Box 2
California, Los Angeles: County Music Competition, Mar.-June 1962
Box 2
California, Los Angeles: Galleries, Museums, Surveys, 1962-1965
Box 3
California, Los Angeles: Greek Theater Association 1960-1961
Box 3
California, Los Angeles: Music Center, 1964-1965 and undated
(3 folders)
Box 3
California, Los Angeles: Schools, Festivals, 1961-1965
Box 3
California, Orange County Council of Arts, Festivals, 1963-1969
Box 3
California, San Francisco Bay, 1961-1969
Box 3
California, San Francisco: Bohemia Club, 1968
Box 3
California, San Francisco Bay, Festivals, Surveys, Special Ideas, Mar. 1961-Jan. 1962
Box 3
California, San Francisco: Oracle, Dec. 1966- Mar. 1967
Box 3
California, San Francisco: Oracle, Oct. 1967-1968
Box 4
California, Santa Clara Co: Surveys, Feb., 1961-Sept., 1961
Box 4
California University: Festivals, Special Ideas, Dec. 1961-Aug. 1963
Box 4
Colorado Arts Council: Festivals, Schools, Mar. 1961-June 1967
Box 4
Colorado, Aspen: Festivals, Schools, Jan. 1962-June 1969
Box 4
Colorado, Colorado Springs: Fine Arts Center, Surveys, Oct.-Dec. 1961
Box 4
Colorado, Denver-Univ.: Surveys, Festivals, Nov. 1961-June 1969
Box 4
Connecticut, March 1961-Sept. 1965
Box 4
Connecticut: Arts Commission, 1963-Apr. 1968
Box 4
Connecticut, Hartford: Coordinating Council for Arts Surveys, 1960-1969
Box 4
Connecticut, New Canaan: Silvermine Guild of Artists, School of Art, Oct. 1960-July 1963
Box 4
Connecticut, New Haven: Surveys, Nov. 1960- Aug. 1965
Box 4
Connecticut, Stratford: Festivals, 1961-1965
Box 4
Connecticut, Westport, 1966
Box 5
Connecticut, Westport: Famous Artists Schools, Inc., Oct. 1962-Jan. 1964
Box 5
Connecticut, Westport: Famous Artists Schools Annual Report, 1963-1969(2 boxes)
Box 5
Delaware, Dec. 1961-Feb. 1967
Box 5
Florida, 1961-1967
Box 5
Florida: Arts Council, Summary Report, Dec. 1963-Dec. 1966(2 boxes)
Box 5
Florida: Festivals, 1965
Box 5
Florida, Coral Gables: U-Miami-Surveys, 1960-1963
Box 5
Florida, Ft. Lauderdale: Arts Council, March 1960-1965
Box 5
Florida, Jacksonville: Surveys, 1961
Box 5
Florida, Pensacola: Art Center Surveys, July 1958-May 1963
Box 6
Georgia: Art Commission, June 1960-April 1968
Box 6
Georgia, Athens: University of Georgia, Oct. 1962- Apr. 1968
Box 6
Georgia, Atlanta, 1953-1969
Box 6
Georgia, Atlanta: Festival, Art Center, Special Ideas, 1957-1969 and undated(2 boxes)
Box 6
Georgia, Savannah, 1964
Box 6
Hawaii, Honolulu: Surveys, 1961-Oct 1967
Box 6
Idaho: Commission on Arts/Humanities, undated
Box 6
Illinois, Mar. 1961-Mar. 1970 and undated
Box 6
Illinois, Chicago: Art Institute, 1958-1966.
Box 6
Illinois, Chicago: Festival, Jan. 1957-Feb. 1969
Box 7
Illinois, Chicago: Music, July 1956-Jan. 1964
Box 7
Illinois, Godfrey: Monticello College, 1963-1964
Box 7
Illinois, Peoria: Arts and Sciences Federation, 1959-1963
Box 7
Illinois, Quincy: Festivals, Society of Fine Arts, Nov. 1958-Jan. 1966
Box 7
Illinois, Quincy: Galleries, Museums, Mar. 1960-1961
Box 7
Illinois, Quincy: Music, Theatre, Apr. 1960- Feb. 1965
Box 7
Illinois, Springfield: Surveys, undated
Box 7
Illinois, University of: Festival, Apr. 1962- June 1968
Box 7
Indiana, March 1961-January 1968 and undated(2 boxes)
Box 7
Indiana: Schools, September 1961-April 1964
Box 7
Indiana, Evansville: Surveys, 1964
Box 7
Indiana, Fort Wayne: Festival, Fine Arts Foundation, May 1958-February 1966
Box 7
Indiana, Indianapolis, 1961-1967
Box 8
Iowa, March 1960-1966
Box 8
Iowa, Devenport, January 1959-February 1962
Box 8
Iowa, Sioux City, 1961-1963
Box 8
Iowa, Waterloo: Civic Foundation, Recreation Center, Community, 1959-1961
Box 8
Kansas, May 25, 1962
Box 8
Kansas, Lindsborg: Bethany College, Nov. 1960- Apr. 1963
Box 8
Kansas, Wichita University: Festival, Sept. 1958- Oct. 1966
Box 8
Kentucky, 1965-1968
Box 8
Kentucky, Danville: Art Colony, 1958-1966
Box 8
Kentucky, Louisville: Surveys, Special Ideas,
Box 8
Louisville Fund, Oct. 1955-Aug. 1967
Box 8
Louisiana: Surveys, 1963-1969
Box 8
Louisiana, New Orleans, 1961-1966
Box 8
Louisiana, New Orleans: Cultural Attractions Fund, 1959-1961
Box 8
Maine: Commission on Arts and Humanities, 1966-1968
Box 8
Maine: Schools and Surveys, 1961-1967
Box 9
Maine, Portland: Music, 1960-1965
Box 9
Maine, Portland: Surveys, Galleries and Museums, 1963-1965
Box 9
Maryland: Schools, Arts Council, 1961-1967
Box 9
Maryland, Baltimore: Surveys, Schools and Galleries, 1960-1966
Box 9
Maryland, Montgomery Co.: Arts Center, Schools, 1961-1962
Box 9
Massachusetts: Schools and Festivals, 1961-1970(2 boxes)
Box 9
Massachusetts, Berkshire Co.: Festival, 1962-1963
Box 9
Massachusetts, Boston: Festival, Surveys, 1961-1963
Box 9
Massachusetts, Pittsfield: Arts Center, Southern Mountain Association, 1957-1962
Box 9
Massachusetts, Springfield, 1961-1963
Box 9
Massachusetts, Worcester: Special Ideas, Festival, 1951-1968
Box 10
Michigan, 1962
Box 10
Michigan: Festivals, Surveys, Arts Council, 1961-1968
Box 10
Michigan: Michigan Cultural Commission, 1960-1968(2 boxes)
Box 10
Michigan, Detroit, 1961-1965
Box 10
Michigan, Detroit: Archives of American Art, 1960-1964
Box 10
Michigan, Detroit: Institute of Arts, Detroit Adventure, 1959-1964
Box 10
Michigan, Detroit: Music, 1957-1963
Box 10
Michigan, Flint: College, Special Ideas and Cultural Development, Inc., 1959-1963
Box 10
Michigan, Interlochen: National Music Camp, 1951-1970
Box 11
Michigan, Rochester: Oakland University, 1964-1966
Box 11
Michigan, Rochester: Oakland University, 1968 and undated
Box 11
Michigan, Saginaw: Arts Council, 1961-1963
Box 11
Michigan: University of Michigan, 1961-1965
Box 11
Minnesota: State Arts Council, 1961-1969
Box 11
Minnesota: University of Minnesota, 1962-1963
Box 11
Minnesota, Minneapolis, July-August 1962
Box 11
Minnesota, Minneapolis: Institute of Arts, Society of Fine Arts, March-October 1962
Box 11
Minnesota, Minneapolis: Music, Surveys, 1961-1964
Box 11
Minnesota, Minneapolis: Theater, 1963-1965
Box 11
Minnesota, St. Paul, 1960-1966
Box 12
Minnesota, St. Paul: Council of Arts and Science, 1959-1968
Box 12
Mississippi, 1961-1963
Box 12
Missouri: Council on the Arts, 1962-1965 and undated
(2 folders)
Box 12
Missouri: Universities, 1958-1963
Box 12
Missouri, Kansas City, 1958-1967
Box 12
Missouri, St. Louis, 1961-1966
Box 12
Missouri, St. Louis: Arts Council, 1960-1968
Box 12
Missouri, St. Louis: Arts Council Calendars, 1966 and undated
Box 12
Missouri, St. Louis: Arts Council, Surveys, 1962-1963 and undated
(2 folders)
Box 13
Montana, 1961-1970
Box 13
Nebraska: Schools, 1963-1968
Box 13
Nebraska: Cultural Resources Council, 1963-1965
Box 13
Nevada: Festival, undated
Box 13
New Hampshire: Arts Council, 1961-1965
Box 13
New Hampshire: School, Festival, 1961-1965
Box 13
New Jersey: Special Ideas, Surveys, 1961-1964
Box 13
New Jersey: State Cultural Center, Community, 1963-1966
Box 13
New Jersey: Universities, Schools, 1961-1963
Box 14
New Jersey, Newark: Greater Newark Development Council, Jan.-Feb. 1962
Box 14
New Mexico, 1959-1969
Box 14
New Mexico: Arts Commission, 1965-1968
Box 14
New York, 1964-1969 and undated
Box 14
New York: State Council on the Arts, 1960-1970 and undated
(3 folders)
Box 14
New York: State Concil on the Arts, Arrangements, Touring Groups, Mechanics, 1963-1969
Box 14
New York: Surveys, Festival, Art Centers, Schools, 1961-1965
Box 14
New York: Surveys, Festival, Art Centers, Schools, 1961-1966 and undated
(2 folders)
Box 14
New York, Binghamton: Roberson Center, 1961-1966 and undated
(3 folders)
Box 15
New York, Buffalo: Art Council, Festival, Special Ideas, 1961-1968
Box 15
New York, Chautauqua:Schools, 1961-1965
Box 15
New York, Long Island: Schools, Festivals, Arts Centers and Councils, 1961-1965
Box 15
New York, Middletown: Arts Council, 1961-1966
Box 15
New York, New York City, 1961-1969
Box 15
New York, New York City: Bankers Trust Company, 1962 and undated
Box 15
New York, New York City: Festival, 1961-1969 and n.d
(2 folders)
Box 16
New York, New York City: Galleries, Museums, 1965-1969 and undated
(2 folders)
Box 16
New York, New York City: Lincoln Center, Brochures, Programs, 1959-1968 and undated
(2 folders)
Box 16
New York, New York City: Lincoln Center, Clippings, Misc., 1958-1968
Box 16
New York, New York City: Lincoln Center, Correspondence, 1958-1970
Box 16
New York, New York City: Lincoln Center, Design, Construction, Acoustics, 1958-1963
Box 16
New York, New York City: Lincoln Center, Festival, 1963-1964
Box 16
New York, New York City: Lincoln Center, Finance, 1962-1966
Box 17
New York, New York City: Lincoln Center, Metro- politan Opera, 1961-1966 and undated
(2 folders)
Box 17
New York, New York City: Lincoln Center, Student Program, 1961-1968
Box 17
New York, New York City: Music and Dance, 1961-1968
Box 17
New York, New York City: Music and Dance, American Ballet Theatre, 1965-1968
Box 17
New York, New York City: Office of Cultural Affairs, 1964-1965
Box 17
New York, New York City: Schools, 1960-1965 and undated
Box 17
New York, New York City: Surveys, Galleries, Museums, etc., 1960-1965
Box 17
New York, New York City: Theater, 1962-1969
Box 18
New York, Rensslaer Co.: Council for the Arts, 1965
Box 18
New York, Rochester: Surveys, Festival, Schools, 1962-1964
Box 18
New York, Rockland Co.: The Lively Arts of Rockland County, 1959-1963
Box 18
New York, Rome: Council on History/Arts, 1965
Box 18
New York, Saratoga Springs: Performing Arts Center, 1961-1964
Box 18
New York, Syracuse: Schools, Surveys, Council Cultural Agencies, 1961-1963
Box 18
New York, Westchester Co.: Arts Center, Festival, 1961-1967 and undated
(2 folders)
Box 18
North Carolina, 1958-1969 and undated
(2 folders)
Box 18
North Carolina: The Arts Council of Winston-Salem, 1963-1964
Box 18
North Carolina: Associated Artists of NC, 1962-1966
Box 18
North Carolina: Conference on Responsibility for Athletic Quality,
Box 19
North Carolina: Correspondence and Clippings, 1960-1970
Box 19
North Carolina: North Carolina Arts Council, 1964-1969 and undated
(6 folders)
Box 19
North Carolina: North Carolina Arts Council--Arts in North Carolina, 1967
Box 19
North Carolina: North Carolina Arts Council--Arts Resources Study, November, 1966 and undated
Box 19
North Carolina: North Carolina Arts Council--Arts Resources Study, March 1967
Box 19
North Carolina: North Carolina Arts Council--Committee Reports, 1961-1966
Box 20
North Carolina: North Carolina Arts Council Correspondence, Mar. 1963-Mar. 1970,
(7 folders)
Box 20
North Carolina: North Carolina Arts Council--Panel Reports, 1965
Box 20
North Carolina: North Carolina Arts Council--The State of the Arts, 1969
Box 20
North Carolina: North Carolina Collectors, 1965-1966
Box 21
North Carolina: North Carolina Recreation Commission, 1963-1966 and undated
(2 folders)
Box 21
North Carolina: North Carolina Recreation Commission Correspondence, 1961-1966
Box 21
North Carolina: The North Carolina State Art Society, 1962-1966 and undated
(2 folders)
Box 21
North Carolina: The North Carolina Symphony, 1960-1970 and undated
Box 21
North Carolina: Rockefeller Bros. Fund--State Study, 1963
Box 21
North Carolina: Stone Mountain Park, Jan. 1968- July 1968
Box 21
North Carolina: Triangle Repertory Theatre, 1966
Box 22
North Carolina: Tri-States Arts Council, Feb. 1960-May, 1966 and undated
(4 folders)
Box 22
North Carolina: Tri-States Arts Council--Survey, Conference, June-Sept. 1959
Box 22
North Carolina: Tri-States Arts Council--Survey, Conference, Oct.-Nov. 1959 and undated
Box 23
North Carolina, Albemarle Area: Development, Arts Council, 1964-1968
Box 23
North Carolina, Asheville: Festival, Civic Arts Center, 1960-1968
Box 23
North Carolina, Black Mountain, 1966-67 and undated
(2 folders)
Box 23
North Carolina, Brevard: Brevard Music Center, 1959-1969
(2 folders)
Box 23
North Carolina, Burlington, 1966
Box 23
North Carolina, Carteret County, 1968
Box 23
North Carolina, Chapel Hill: Festival, 1962-1967
Box 23
North Carolina, Chapel Hill: UNC-Institute of Outdoor Drama, 1963-1966
Box 23
North Carolina, Charlotte: Arts Council, 1955-1970
Box 23
North Carolina, Durham: Allied Arts Surveys, 1959-1969
Box 23
North Carolina, Durham: Learning Institute of NC, 1965-1967
Box 24
North Carolina, Durham: Triangle Repertory Theatre, 1965-1967
(2 folders)
Box 24
North Carolina, Fayetteville: NC State Ballet Company, 1960-1969
Box 24
North Carolina, Gastonia: Arts Council, 1965
Box 24
North Carolina, Greensboro: Arts Council, 1963-1970 and undated
(3 folders)
Box 24
North Carolina, Greensboro: Festival, Guilford Musical Arts Center, 1954-1967
Box 24
North Carolina, Greensboro: Richardson Foundation, 1965
Box 24
North Carolina, Greenville: Art Center, East Carolina University, 1962-1966
Box 24
North Carolina, Greenville: Art Center, East Carolina University, 1966-1968 and undated
Box 25
North Carolina, Hickory: Arts Council, 1961-1965
Box 25
North Carolina, High Point: Arts Council, 1962-1968
Box 25
North Carolina, Jugtown, 1968-1969
Box 25
North Carolina, Kinston: Arts Council, Festival, 1965-1967
Box 25
North Carolina, Louisburg, 1967
Box 25
North Carolina, Misenheimer, 1963
Box 25
North Carolina, Penland: Jonathan Williams, 1967-1970
(2 folders)
Box 25
North Carolina, Penland: Paul Hudgins, 1966- Apr.-June, 1968
Box 25
North Carolina, Penland: Paul Hudgins, 1968-June 27, 1969 and undated
Box 26
North Carolina, Penland: Penland School of Crafts, 1962-1970, and undated
(4 folders)
Box 26
North Carolina, Pilot Mountain: Preservation and Park Committee, 1967
Box 26
North Carolina, Raleigh: Arts Council, 1959-1969
Box 26
North Carolina, Raleigh: National Opera Company, 1959-1969
Box 27
North Carolina, Raleigh: Scrapbook, 1953-1969 and undated
Box 27
North Carolina, Raleigh: NC Museum of Art, 1958-1983 and undated
Box 27
North Carolina, Raleigh: NC Museum of Art, Artist's Exhibition, 1955-1962
Box 27
North Carolina, Raleigh: NC Museum of Art, Calendars, 1960-1968
Box 27
North Carolina, Rocky Mount: Arts Center, 1960-1968
Box 27
North Carolina, Rutherfordton: 1968
Box 27
North Carolina, Statesville, 1960-1964
Box 27
North Carolina, Surry County: Arts Council, and undated
Box 27
North Carolina, Sylva: Smokey Mountain Cultural Arts Development, 1968-1969
Box 27
North Carolina, Wilmington, 1961-1968
Box 27
North Carolina, Winston-Salem, 1928-1969 and undated
(2 folders)
Box 27
North Carolina, Winston-Salem: Advancement School, 1964-1967
Box 27
North Carolina, Winston-Salem: Arts Council, 1951-1969 and undated
(3 folders)
Box 28
North Carolina, Winston-Salem: Arts Council--Clippings, 1956-1967
Box 28
North Carolina, Winston-Salem: Arts Council--Correspondence, 1958-1970
(2 folders)
Box 28
North Carolina, Winston-Salem: Arts Council Reports
(2 folders)
Box 28
North Carolina, Winston-Salem: Arts and Crafts Association, 1960-1968
Box 28
North Carolina, Winston-Salem: Arts in Winston -Salem, 1966-1967
Box 28
North Carolina, Winston-Salem: Babcock Foundation, 1965-1969
Box 29
North Carolina, Winston-Salem: Bell Telephone Hour, 1966
Box 29
North Carolina, Winston-Salem: Bicentennial, 1966
Box 29
North Carolina, Winston-Salem: Chamber of Commerce, 1966-1967
Box 29
North Carolina, Winston-Salem: Correspondence, 1959-1969
Box 29
North Carolina, Winston-Salem: Craft Shop, 1967
Box 29
North Carolina, Winston-Salem: Ehle, John, 1963-1970
Box 29
North Carolina, Winston-Salem: Gallery of Contemporary Art, 1956-1968
Box 29
North Carolina, Winston-Salem: Gallery of Contemporary Art--Correspondence, 1958-1969
Box 29
North Carolina, Winston-Salem: Gallery of Contemporary Art--Georgia Section, 1967-1968
Box 29
North Carolina, Winston-Salem: Governor's School, 1962-1967
Box 29
North Carolina, Winston-Salem: Hanes Community Center, 1958-1959
Box 29
North Carolina, Winston-Salem: Hanes Dye and Finishing, 1967-1969
Box 29
North Carolina, Winston-Salem: Junior League Follies, 1961
Box 29
North Carolina, Winston-Salem: Little Theater, 1959-1966
Box 30
North Carolina, Winston-Salem: Model Cities Experiment in Self-Reliance, 1968-1969
Box 30
North Carolina, Winston-Salem: Moravian Music Fund, Festival, 1957-1968
Box 30
North Carolina, Winston-Salem: Nature Science Museum, 1964-1968
Box 30
North Carolina, Winston-Salem: Neighborhood Youth Board, 1969
Box 30
North Carolina, Winston-Salem: North Carolina School of the Arts--Annual Report, 1965-1966
Box 30
North Caorlina, Winston-Salem: North Carolina School of the Arts--Brochures, 1966-1967 and undated
Box 30
North Carolina, Winston-Salem: North Carolina School of the Arts--Clippings, 1964-1970
Box 30
North Carolina, Winston-Salem: North Carolina School of the Arts--Correspondence, 1961-1966
(2 folders)
Box 30
North Carolina, Winston-Salem: North Carolina School of the Arts--Correspondence, Jan. l967-1970, and and undated
(3 folders)
Box 31
North Carolina, Winston-Salem: North Carolina School of the Arts--Foundation
Box 31
North Carolina, Winston-Salem: North Carolina School of the Arts--Fund Raising, 1965-1966
Box 31
North Carolina, Winston-Salem: North Carolina School of the Arts--Minutes of Board of Trustee, 1964-1969
Box 31
North Carolina, Winston-Salem: North Carolina School of the Arts--Miscellaneous, 1961-1967
Box 31
North Carolina, Winston-Salem: North Carolina School of the Arts--Miscellaneous, 1967-1970 and undated
Box 32
North Carolina, Winston-Salem: North Carolina School of the Arts--Newsletter, 1966-1969
Box 32
North Carolina, Winston-Salem: North Carolina School of the Arts--News Releases, 1962-1970
Box 32
North Carolina, Winston-Salem: North Carolina School of the Arts--North Carolina Essay, 1968-1969, Feb-May, 1969-1970, May
(3 folders)
Box 32
North Carolina, Winston-Salem: Old Salem, 1961-1968
Box 32
North Carolina, Winston-Salem: Old Salem, undated
Box 33
North Carolina, Winston-Salem: Piedmont Chamber Orchestra, 1968
Box 33
North Carolina, Winston-Salem: Piedmont Craftsman Association, 1966
Box 33
North Carolina, Winston-Salem: Piedmont University Center, 1962-1965
Box 33
North Carolina, Winston-Salem: Reynolda House, 1968
Box 33
North Carolina, Winston-Salem: Salem College, 1967-1969
Box 33
North Carolina, Winston-Salem: Tanglewood, 1962-1964
Box 33
North Carolina, Winston-Salem: Wake Forest Univ., 1960-1970
Box 33
North Carolina, Winston-Salem: Salem Foundation, 1961-1969
Box 33
North Carolina, Winston-Salem: Winston Salem Symphony, 1957-1963
Box 33
North Carolina: Winston-Salem Symphony, 1964-1968 and undated
Box 33
North Carolina, Winston-Salem: Winston Salem Symphony--Clippings and Correspondence, 1951-1968
Box 33
North Dakota, 1967
Box 33
Ohio: Arts Council, 1968
Box 33
Ohio: Festival, Surveys, 1961-1969
Box 33
Ohio: Historical Societies, 1960-1962
Box 33
Ohio: University Schools, 1956-1966
Box 33
Ohio, Akron, 1960-1962
Box 33
Ohio, Cincinnati, 1958-1966
Box 33
Ohio, Cleveland, 1961-1968
Box 34
Ohio, Columbus, 1961-1967
Box 34
Ohio, Dayton, 1951-1962
Box 34
Ohio, Mansfield, 1961-1963
Box 34
Oklahoma: Arts Council, 1961-1967
Box 34
Oklahoma, Oklahoma City, 1961-1967
Box 34
Ohio, Tulsa, 1960-1968 and undated
Box 34
Oklahoma, Tulsa, 1964-1968 and undated
Box 34
Oregon, 1961-1967
(2 folders)
Box 34
Pennsylvania, 1961-1967
(2 folders)
Box 34
Pennsylvania, Erie, 1961-1963
Box 35
Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, 1960-1969 and undated
Box 35
Pennsylvania, Philadelphia: Academy--Fine Arts, Museum of Art, 1962-1968
Box 35
Pennsylvania, Philadelphia: Federal Reserve Bank, 1962
Box 35
Pennsylvania, Philadelphia: Opera, Orchestra, Settlement Music, 1961-1968
Box 35
Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh, 1961-1964
Box 35
Pennsylvania, Tamiment, 1955-1961
Box 35
Puerto Rico, 1963-1967
Box 35
Rhode Island, 1961-1967
Box 35
South Carolina, 1960-1969
Box 35
South Carolina, Charleston, 1957-1962
Box 35
South Carolina, Greenville, 1960-1965
Box 35
South Carolina, Spartanburg, 1959-1969
Box 35
Tennessee, 1957-1968
Box 35
Tennessee: Alliance for Progress, 1965
Box 35
Tennessee: Southeastern Regional Arts Council, 1966
Box 35
Tennessee, Bristol, 1961-1969
Box 36
Tennessee, Bristol: Vaten School of Crafts-Project, 1967, Sept.
Box 36
Tennessee, Chattanooga, 1958-1966
Box 36
Tennessee, Knoxville, 1961-1966
Box 36
Tennessee, Nashville, 1961-1963
Box 36
Tennessee, Nashville: Metropolitan Nashville Arts Commission, 1978-1983 and undated
Box 36
Texas, 1960-1966
Box 36
Texas, Austin, 1961-1962
Box 36
Texas, Dallas, 1959-1967
Box 36
Texas, Fort Worth, 1960-1968
Box 36
Texas, Houston, 1962-1966
Box 36
Texas, San Antonio, 1961-1966
Box 36
Utah, 1961-1966
Box 37
Utah: Symphony, 1961-1963
(2 folders)
Box 37
Vermont, 1960-1968
Box 37
Virginia, 1960-1967 and undated
Box 37
Virginia: Federated Arts of Virginia, 1950-1965
Box 37
Virginia: Old Dominion Foundation, 1959-1967
Box 37
Virginia, Abington: Barter Theatre, 1965-1968
Box 37
Virginia, Charlottesville: Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, 1971-1973
Box 37
Virginia, Fairfax County, 1965-1968
Box 37
Virginia, Lynchburg: Fine Arts Center, 1960-1966
Box 38
Virginia, Norfolk: Tidewater Arts Council, 1959-1965
Box 38
Virginia, Reston, 1967
Box 38
Virginia, Richmond, 1960-1967
Box 38
Virginia, Richmond: Museum of the Arts, 1958-1968
Box 38
Virginia, Roanoke: Fine Arts Center, Symphony, 1959-1965
Box 38
Virginia, Williamsburg, 1963
Box 38
Washington, DC, 1960-1969
Box 38
Washington, DC: Arts Council, 1965-1968
Box 38
Washington, DC: Corcoran Gallery, 1961-1966
Box 38
Washington, DC: Dance, 1965-1966
Box 38
Washington, DC: Ford's Theater, 1968
Box 38
Washington, DC: John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, 1958-1963, Mar.
(2 folders)
Box 38
Washington, DC: John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, 1963, June-1964, Dec. and undated
(2 folders)
Box 39
Washington, DC: John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts--Clippings, 1962-1964
Box 39
Washington, DC: John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts--Correspondence, 1960-1969
Box 39
Washington, DC: Music, 1961-1966
Box 39
Washington, DC: National Symphony Orchestra, 1958-1964
Box 39
Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution, 1963-1969 and undated
Box 39
Washington, DC: Surveys, Art Galleries, Museums, 1961-1970
Box 39
Washington, DC: Theater and Ballet, 1961-1963
Box 39
Washington, DC: Trip of the First Lady, 1968 (Nov.)
Box 39
Washington, DC: White House, 1961-1965
Box 39
Washington, DC: White House Festival of the Arts, 1964-1965
Box 39
Washington, DC: Workshops for Careers in the Arts, 1968-1970
Box 40
Washington, DC, 1961-1968 and undated
Box 40
West Virginia, 1961-1969
Box 40
West Virginia, Charleston: Charleston Art Gallery, 1960-1968
Box 40
Wisconsin, 1961-1970
Box 40
Wisconsin: State Arts Council, 1962-1967
Box 40
Wisconsin: University of Wisconsin, 1962-1967 and undated
(2 folders)
Box 40
Wisconsin, LaCrosse, 1967
Box 40
Wisconsin, Milwaukee: Arts Council, 1961-1968
Box 40
Wisconsin, Osh Kosh: Civil Symphony, 1961-1965
Box 41
Wisconsin, Racine: Wingspread Johnson Foundation, 1961-1963
Box 41
Wyoming
Box 41
Foreign, 1962-1966
Box 41
Argentina, 1965
Box 41
Australia, 1962-1967
Box 41
Austria, 1963
Box 41
Belgium, 1963
Box 41
Canada, 1960-1968 and undated
Box 41
Canada: Canada Council, 1962-1963 and undated
Box 41
Canada, Alberta, Calgary, 1960-1963
Box 41
Canada, British Columbia, Vandouver, 1957-1963
Box 41
Canada, Manitoba, Winnipeg, 1961-1964 and undated
Box 41
Canada, Ontario: Arts Council, 1963-1966 and undated
Box 41
Canada, Ontario, Ottawa, 1963-1965
Box 41
Canada, Ontario: Stratford Festival, 1962-1965
Box 41
Canada, Ontario and Toronto, 1961-1966
Box 41
Canada, Ontario, Windsor, 1961-1962
Box 41
Canada, Quebec and Montreal, 1964-1965 and undated
Box 42
Canada, Saskatchewan, 1965
Box 42
Canada: Universities, 1962-1967
Box 42
Denmark, 1961 and 1968
Box 42
France, 1961
Box 42
Germany, 1968
Box 42
Great Britain, 1958-1969 and undated
Box 42
Great Britain: Arts Council, 1945-1970
Box 42
Great Britain: Music Theatre, 1960-1965
Box 42
Greece, 1961
Box 42
Guatemala, 1965
Box 42
Indonesia, 1964
Box 42
Italy, 1961-1967
Box 42
Japan, undated
Box 42
Netherlands, 1961-1967
Box 42
Peru, 1964-1967
Box 42
Soviet Union, 1961-1964
Box 42
Switzerland, 1963
Box 42
Thailand, 1963
Box 42
West Indies, 1968
Box 42

2. Subject Files Series, 1945?1973 and undated

Files of arts organizations, but also includes some general topics, such as architects, art education, art and economics, finance and the arts, and publicity. About one-fourth of the series is correspondence and memoranda, but also includes mimeographed and printed material. There are newsletters, reports and financial reports, minutes and agendas of meetings, press releases, clippings, and a few speeches. Arranged alphabetically by name of arts organization or topic.

Actors' Equity Association, 1962-1966
Box 43
Amateur Chamber Music Players, 1956-1961
Box 43
American Academy of Arts and Letters, 1966
Box 43
American Association of Museums, 1959-1969
Box 43
American Ballet Theater, 1968
Box 43
American Community Theater, n.d
Box 43
American Composers Alliance, 1961-1963
Box 43
American Craftsmen's Council, 1965-1971
Box 43
American Educational Theatre Association, 1960-1965
Box 43
AFL-CIO: Community Services, 1961-1963 and undated
Box 43
American Recreation Society, 1961
Box 43
American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers, undated
Box 43
American Federation of Arts, 1959
Box 43
American Federation of Musicians, 1964-1966
Box 43
American Film Institute, 1967-1970
Box 43
American Guild of Musical Artists, 1958-1966
Box 43
American Illustrative Art Musem, 1968
Box 43
AIA Journal, 1967
Box 43
American Institute of Management, undated
Box 43
American Musical Digest, 1969
Box 43
American National Theatre and Academy, 1952-1965
Box 43
American Symphony Orchestra League: General, 1956-1970 and undated
Box 44
American Symphony Orchestra League: Arts Councils, 1956-1959
Box 44
American Symphony Orchestra League: Convention Meetings, 1956-1962
Box 44
American Symphony Orchestra League: Conventions, Meetings, 1961-1968
Box 44
American Symphony Orchestra League: Convention Programs, 1955-1969
Box 44
American Symphony Orchestra League: Correspondence, 1957-1970
Box 45
American Symphony Orchestra League: Federal Legislation, 1961-1968
Box 45
American Symphony Orchestra League: Finances, 1960-1965
Box 45
American Symphony Orchestra League: Institutes and Workshops, 1960-1966
Box 45
American Symphony Orchestra League: Memos, Miscellaneous, 1957-1967
Box 45
American Symphony Orchestra League: Reports, 1957-1968
Box 45
American Symphony Orchestra League: Surveys, 1957-1963
Box 45
American Symphony Orchestra League: Women's Council, 1960-1965
Box 46
Appalachian Regional Commission, 1966
Box 46
Applications for Positions, 1965-1966
Box 46
Architects, 1965
Box 46
Archives of American Art, 1964
Box 46
Arey, June, 1965-1966
Box 46
Art and Economics, 1966
Box 46
Art and Sports, 1963-1965
Box 46
Art Education, 1966
Box 46
Arts Administration Institute, 1963-1966
Box 46
Arts Councils, 1956-1971 and undated
Box 46
Arts Management, 1957-1969 and undated
Box 47
Arts Management, Questionnaires, 1962 and ca. 1962
Box 48
Arts Management: Reiss, Alvin H. 1955-1969
Box 48
Associated Councils of the Arts, 1960-1967
Box 49
Associated Councils of the Arts, 1966-1972 and undated
Box 50
Associated Councils of the Arts: Assembly of State and Provincial Arts, 1968-1969
Box 50
Associated Councils of the Arts: Award, 1963-1966
Box 50
Associated Councils of the Arts: Board of Directors, 1960-1967
Box 50
Associated Councils of the Arts: Board of Directors, 1967-1969 and undated
Box 51
Associated Councils of the Arts: Board of Directors--Agenda, 1965-1968
Box 51
Associated Councils of the Arts: Board of Directors--Brochures, 1965
Box 51
Associated Councils of the Arts: Board of Directors--Buffet, 1969
Box 51
Associated Councils of the Arts: Board of Directors--Correspondence, 1963-1968
Box 51
Associated Councils of the Arts: Board of Directors--Director's Manual, 1964
Box 51
Associated Councils of the Arts: Board of Directors--Executive Committee, 1962-1968
Box 51
Associated Councils of the Arts: Board of Directors--Meeting, 1966
Box 51
Associated Councils of the Arts: Board of Directors--Meetings, 1967-1969
Box 52
Associated Councils of the Arts: Board of Directors--Memos, 1963-1968
Box 52
Associated Councils of the Arts: Board of Directors, 1963-1966
Box 53
Associated Councils of the Arts: Budgets and Financial Reports, 1963-1969
Box 53
Associated Councils of the Arts: Bulletins, 1960-1966
Box 53
Associated Councils of the Arts: Business Council, 1967
Box 53
Associated Councils of the Arts: By-Laws, Organization, etc., 1959-1967
Box 53
Associated Councils of the Arts: Center for Studies in the Arts, 1967
Box 53
Associated Councils of the Arts: Conferences (Pre-1965), 1960-1965
Box 53
Associated Council of the Arts: Conferences (1965), 1965
Box 53
Associated Councils of the Arts: Conference (1965), 1966 and undated
Box 54
Associated Councils of the Arts: Conference (1965), 1965
Box 54
Associated Councils of the Arts: Conference (1965)--Photographs, 1965
Box 54
Associated Councils of the Arts: Conference (1965, NYC), 1965-1966
Box 54
Associated Councils of the Arts: Conference (1966), 1965-1966 and undated
Box 54
Associated Councils of the Arts: Conference (1967), 1965-1967
Box 54
Associated Councils of the Arts: Conference (1968), 1968 and undated
Box 54
Associated Councils of the Arts: Cultural Affairs, 1967-1968
Box 54
Associated Councils of the Arts: Endowment Funds, 1965
Box 54
Associated Councils of the Arts: Endowment Fund--Contribution, 1965-1968
Box 55
Associated Councils of the Arts: Executive Committee, 1968
Box 55
Associated Councils of the Arts: Films, 1967
Box 55
Associated Councils of the Arts: Fund Raising--Avalon, Babcock, Burgard, Carnegie, Danforth, Ford, General, Knox, NYT, Old Dominion, US Steel, 1965
Box 55
Associated Councils of the Arts: Handbook #1, 1961-1966
Box 55
Associated Councils of the Arts: Handbook #2, 1963-1965 and undated
Box 55
Associated Councils of the Arts: Hanes, Philip,--Correspondence, 1959-1966
Box 55
Associated Councils of the Arts: Hanes, Philip--Correspondence, 1966-1969 and undated
Box 56
Associated Councils of the Arts: Irwin, George M.--Correspondence, 1962-1966
Box 56
Associated Councils of the Arts: Library, 1965-1967
Box 56
Associated Councils of the Arts: Materials for Library Distribution, 1961-1967 and undated
Box 56
Associated Councils of the Arts: Memberships, 1963-1968 and undated
Box 56
Associated Councils of the Arts: Memos, 1962-1969
Box 57
Associated Councils of the Arts: Name Change, 1964-1966
Box 57
Associated Councils of the Arts: National Endowment Proposal, 1967
Box 57
Associated Councils of the Arts: National Office, 1961-1968 and undated
Box 57
Associated Councils of the Arts: Newsline, 1964-1966
Box 57
Associated Councils of the Arts: Notebook 1, undated
Box 57
Associated Councils of the Arts: Notebook 2, undated
Box 58
Associated Councils of the Arts: Projects, 1966-1970
Box 58
Associated Councils of the Arts: Projects, 1970-1973 and undated
Box 59
Associated Councils of the Arts: Projects, 1971-1973 and undated
Box 60
Associated Councils of the Arts: Prospectus, 1966-1968
Box 60
Associated Councils of the Arts: Report, 1969
Box 60
Arts Council of America: Requests, Establishment of Brochures, etc., 1963-1967
Box 60
Associated Councils of the Arts: State Arts Council Guide, 1966
Box 60
Associated Councils of America: State Arts Councils General, 1964-1968
Box 60
Associated Councils of the Arts: Studies and Projects, 1967-1969
Box 60
Authors League of America, 1959
Box 60
Benjamin, Edward B., 1959-1965
Box 61
Bibliographies, 1963-1965
Box 61
"Black Panther Coloring Book," undated
Box 61
Bravo, 1965-1966
Box 61
The Business Committee for the Arts, 1966-1969
Box 61
Business Support of the Arts, 1963-1967
Box 61
Christmas Cards, 1965-1966
Box 61
Committee to Rescue Italian Art, 1966-1967
Box 61
Conservation, 1970
Box 61
Construction and Design, 1953-1966 and undated
(2 folders)
Box 61
Council and Leaders and Specialists, 1965
Box 62
Crafts, 1965-1970
Box 62
Creativity, 1964
Box 62
Culture, 1960-1970
Box 62
Dance, 1962-1969
Box 62
Dance Notation Bureau, 1969
Box 62
De Mille (Prude), Agnes, 1966-1970 (See N.C. Winston-Salem NCSA Correspondence)
Box 62
Duberman, Martin, 1967-1968
Box 62
Education, 1960-1965
Box 62
Engle, Paul, 1969
Box 62
Equipment, 1963
Box 62
Esquire : BCA-Art Awards, 1965-1970
Box 62
Esquire: BCA-Art Awards, Entries, 1968-1969 Feb. 14-1969 Feb. 15-March
(2 folders)
Box 63
Festivals, 1963-1964
Box 63
Finance and the Arts, 1959-1966
Box 63
Federation of Communities in Service, 1967-1968
Box 63
Foundations, 1964-1967
Box 63
Foundations: Carnegie, 1966
Box 63
Foundations: Community, 1962
Box 63
Foundations: Ford, 1960-1968
Box 63
Foundations: Glide, 1968
Box 63
Foundations: Johnson, 1961-1964
Box 63
Foundations: Quincy, 1968
Box 63
Foundations: Rockefeller, 1963-1966, Sept.
Box 63
Foundations: Rockefeller, 1966, Oct.-1969 and undated
Box 64
Foundations: Russell Sage, 1964-1965
Box 64
Foundations: Twentieth Century Fund, 1964-1967
Box 64
Foundations: U.S. Steel, 1962
Box 64
The Fund Raising Institute, undated
Box 64
Fundraising, 1962-1969
Box 64
Fundraising and Development, 1958-1964
Box 64
Fundraising: National Conference on Solicitations, 1954-1955
Box 64
Girl Scouts: World of Arts Conference, 1969
Box 64
Government and the Arts, 1961-1969
Box 64
Graphic Arts, 1961-1965
Box 64
Guggenheim, Peggy, 1969
Box 64
Hanes, R. P., Jr., 1962-1970
Box 64
Hanes, R. P., Jr.: Personal, 1960-1968 Aug. 1968 Sep.-1969 and undated
(2 folders)
Box 65
Hanes, R. P., Jr.: Speeches and Material, 1961-1966
Box 65
Haryou Act, 1965
Box 65
Howe, Harold, 1967
Box 65
International Platform Association, undated
Box 65
Junior League, 1962-1967
Box 65
Legislation, 1966
Box 65
Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, 1958-1965
Box 65
Managers: College and University Concerts, 1961
Box 65
Morris, Joe Alex, 1959-1960
Box 65
Motion Pictures, 1962
Box 65
Museum Management, 1962-1967
Box 65
Music, 1959-1966 and undated
(2 folders)
Box 65
National Arts and Humanities Foundation, 1965
Box 66
National Ballet Society, 1964
Box 66
National Catholic Theatre, 1961
Box 66
National Council on the Arts, 1956-1965 Feb., 1965 March-April, 1965 May-August, 1965 Sept.-Dec.
(4 folders)
Box 66
National Council on the Arts, 1966 Jan.-Dec., 1967-1970 and undated
(5 folders)
Box 67
National Council on the Arts, undated
Box 68
National Council on the Arts: Agency for the 4th Meeting
Box 68
National Council on the Arts: Agenda for the Sixth Meeting, 1966 August
Box 68
National Council on the Arts: Agenda for the Seventh Meeting, 1966 Dec.
Box 68
National Council on the Arts: Agenda for the 10th Meeting, 1967 Nov.
Box 68
National Council on the Arts: Agenda for the 13th Meeting, 1968-Nov.
Box 68
National Council on the Arts: Agenda for the 14th Meeting, 1969 Jan.
Box 68
National Council on the Arts: Agenda for the 15th Meeting, 1969 May
Box 69
Nationial Council on the Arts: Agenda for the 16th Meeting, 1969 Oct.
Box 69
National Council on the Arts: Chasm, 1966 Mar-Aug, 1966 Sept.-1969
(2 folders)
Box 69
National Council on the Arts: Christmas Cards, 1968
Box 69
National Council on the Arts: Hanks, Nancy, 1968-1969
Box 69
National Council on the Arts: Notebook, 1965-1966
Box 69
National Council on the Arts: Notebook, 1968,
(3 folders)
Box 70
National Council on the Arts: Notebook, 1970 Jan.-1970 May
(2 folders)
Box 70
National Council on the Arts: Notebook, 1970 May
Box 71
National Council on the Arts: Stevens, Roger, 1957-1966 Aug.- Sept.-1967 and undated
(2 folders)
Box 71
National Council on the Arts: Stevens, Roger--Letters Supporting, 1968-1969
Box 71
National Council on the Arts and Government, 1959-1967
Box 72
National Council on the Arts and Humanities 1964-1965
Box 72
National Council on the Humanities, 1965-1966
Box 72
National Endowment for the Arts, 1965-1968 Nov., Dec. 23 1969, Dec. 24-1970 and undated
(3 folders)
Box 72
National Endowment for the Arts: Draft Proposals, 1970-1971
Box 72
National Endowment for the Humanities, 1966-1969
Box 73
National Foundation on the Arts and Humanities, 1962-1963 Oct., Nov.- 1966, Apr.-Dec.
(4 folders)
Box 73
National Foundation on the Arts and Humanities, 1966 Dec.-1967 March-Oct., 1967-1968 and undated
(4 folders)
Box 74
National Foundation on the Arts and Humanities: Grants-In-Aid--Alabama--Colorado, undated
Box 75
National Foundation on the Arts and Humanities: Grants-In-Aid--Connecticut--Idaho, undated
Box 75
National Foundation on the Arts and Humanities: Grants-In-Aid--Illinois--Maryland, undated
Box 75
National Foundation on the Arts and Humanities: Grants-in-Aid--Massachusetts--New Jersey, undated
Box 75
National Foundation on the Arts and Humanities: Grants-In-Aid--New Mexico--North Carolina, nd.d
Box 75
National Foundation on the Arts and Humanities: Grants-In-Aid--North Dakota--Puerto Rico, undated
Box 76
National Foundation on the Arts and Humanities: Grants-In-Aid--Rhode Island--Virgin Islands, undated
Box 76
National Foundation on the Arts and Humanities: Grants-In-Aid--Virginia--Wyoming, undated
Box 76
National Foundation for the Arts and Humanities: News REleases, 1967
Box 76
National Foundation on the Arts and Humanities: Notebook, 1966 April; 1967-1868
(2 folders)
Box 76
National Foundation on the Arts and Humanities: Regional Opera Survey Notebook, 1967 [Appendix A], [Appendices B-C], [Appendices D-6]
(3 folders)
Box 77
National Foundation on the Arts and Humanities Subcommittee Hearings, 1962-1965
Box 77
National Folk Festival, 1967-1968
Box 77
National Industrial Conference Board, 1962-1967
Box 77
National Music Council, 1965-1970
Box 77
National Organizations: Miscellaneous, 1957-1962
Box 77
National Recreation Association, 1959-1964
Box 78
National Repertory Theatre, 1961-1967 and undated
(2 folders)
Box 78
National Trust for Historic Preservation, 1965
Box 78
National Wildlife Federation, 1967-1968
Box 78
Negro, 1945-1966
Box 78
New York Times, 1958 and undated
Box 78
New Republic, 1965
Box 78
New Comen Society, 1965
Box 78
North Carolina School of the Arts, 1964-1965
Box 78
North Carolina Recreation Commission, 1943-1965
Box 78
Old Dominion Foundation, 1961-1963
Box 78
Paschen and Tallchief, 1967
Box 78
Philanthropy--General, 1962-1968
Box 78
Publicity, 1961-1966 and undated
Box 79
Publicity and Advertising, 1955-1963
Box 79
Questionnaires, undated
Box 79
Religion and Art, 1964
Box 79
Recreation, 1963-1965
Box 79
Research Center (National Arts Information and Research Center), 1965
Box 79
Robinson, Joe, 1965-1966
Box 79
Rockefeller Brothers Fund, 1958-1965
Box 79
Ruder and Finn, 1966
Box 79
Saturday Evening Post, 1958-1961
Box 79
Sears-Roebuck, 1965
Box 79
Selling, 1963-1965
Box 79
Show, 1963
Box 79
Society of Black Composers, 1968
Box 79
Society of the Classical Guitar, 1966
Box 79
Soldner, Paul, undated
Box 79
Stevens, Roger L., 1964-1965
Box 79
Taubman, Howard, 1966
Box 79
Television and Radio, 1960-1966
Box 79
Theater, 1955-1966 and undated
(2 folders)
Box 80
Time and Life, 1958-1961
Box 80
Twentieth Century Fund, 1966
Box 80
Unions, 1961-1963
Box 80
United States Institute for Theatre Technology, 1962-1964
Box 80
United Millionaires Association, 1964-1965
Box 80
U.S. Committee to Further American Contemporary Music, 1968
Box 80
Urban Coalition, 1968
Box 80
VanDerbeek, Stan, 1969
Box 80
Washington International Art Letter, 1963-1964 and undated
Box 80
World Crafts Council, 1968
Box 80
Young Presidents Organization, 1966-1970
Box 80
Young Presidents Organization: Enterprise, 1968
Box 80
Young Presidents Organization: University for Presidents--Attendance Analysis, 1967-1968
Box 80
Young Presidents Organization: University for Presidents Faculty, 1961-1968
Box 81
Young Presidents Organization: University for Presidents--General Information, 1966-1967
Box 81
Young Presidents Organization: University for Presidents--Institute, 1967
Box 81
Young Presidents Organization: University for Presidents--Registrants, 1967-1968
Box 81
Miscellaneous, 1956-1963, June
(2 folders)
Box 81
Miscellaneous, 1963 July-1965, Dec and undated
(5 folders)
Box 82
Alabama School of Fine Arts, 1982-1985:
Box 83
History
Box 83
Contract, Workplan, Questionnaire, Progress Report
Box 83
Organizational Structure
(4 folders)
Box 83
Correspondence, 1982
Box 83
Alabama School of Fine Arts, 1982-1985:
Box 84
Correspondence, 1983-1985
Box 84
Executive Search: Work Plan, Candidates, Correspondence
Box 84
Alabama Shakespeare Festival, 1977-1981
Contract, Work Plan, Questionnaire, Progress Report, Organizational Structure
Box 84
Organizational Development
(2 folders)
Box 84
Marketing Correspondence
Box 84
Arts and Crafts Association, 1977-1983
Box 85
Confidential Information, 1977-1980, March
Box 85
Long-range Plan, 1979-1983
Box 85
Marketing Plan Report, 1980
Box 85
Financials
Box 85
Administration/Programs
Box 85
Physical Plant
Box 85
Public Relations
Box 85
Legal Structure
Box 85
Arts and Crafts Association, 1977-1983
Box 86
Board
(2 folders)
Box 86
Volunteers
Box 86
Correspondence, 1980-1982
(2 folders)
Box 86
Budget
Box 86
Arts Council, 1977-1985
Box 87
History, Priorities/Work Plan
Box 87
Questionnaire, Survey/Interim Report
Box 87
Focusing Process
(2 folders)
Box 87
Correspondence, 1976-1978
Box 87
Ruder and Finn
Box 87
Activity Report: Bank Statements
Box 87
Proposal: General Information, 1976-1977
Box 87
Arts Council, 1977-1985
Box 88
Proposal, March- Dec. 1977
(2 folders)
Box 88
Resources/Funding, Resources/Dev. Act., Solicitation Public Relations
(3 folders)
Box 88
Printed Materials, Direct Mail
Box 88
Prior/Work Plan, Questionnaire, Surveys/Interviews
Box 88
Arts Council, 1977-1985
Box 89
Surveys/Interviews
(2 folders)
Box 89
Focusing Process
Box 89
Programs/Funding Requests
(5 folders)
Box 89
Arts Council, 1977-1985
Box 90
Programs/Funding Requests (con't)
Box 90
Budgets, Research/Funding
(3 folders)
Box 90
Research/Developmeng Activities
Box 90
Solicitation
(2 folders)
Box 90
Arts Council Letter and Attachments
Box 90
Arts Council, 1977-1985
Box 91
Public Relations
(2 folders)
Box 91
Printed Material
Box 91
Correspondence re Gingrich
Box 91
Contract, Work Plan, Progress Report, 1978
Box 91
Organizational Structure, Organizational Development: Research
Box 91
Arts Council, 1977-1985
Box 92
Organizational Development: Grantsmanship, 1979
(3 folders)
Box 92
Arts Council , 1977-1985
Box 93
Organizational Development: Grantsmanship, 1979
(4 folders)
Box 93
Arts Council, 1977-1985
Box 94
Organizational Development: Preparation Materials, 1979
Box 94
Organizational Development: Proposal Progress, 1979
(2 folders)
Box 94
Marketing, 1979
(2 folders)
Box 94
Correspondence: Ampersand/Arts Council, General, 1978-1980
Box 94
Arts Council, 1977-1985
Box 95
Vocational Arts and Crafts Center Proposal, 1979
(2 folders)
Box 95
Research, 1981
(2 folders)
Box 95
Miscellaneous, 1981
Box 95
Structure, Long-range Plans, Fund Raising, 1984
Box 95
Arts Council, 1977-1985
Box 96
Budget, Correspondence, Public Relations--Newsclippings, 1984
Box 96
Financials, 1984
Box 96
Committees of the Arts Council, 1984
Box 96
Convention and Visitors Bureau Budget, 1984
Box 96
Miscellaneous, 1984
Box 96
Contract, Grantsmanship, Structure, Tourism Development, 1985
Box 96
Arts Council, 1977-1985
Box 97
Seasons Committee, Press Coverage, 1985
Box 97
Correspondence, 1984
Box 97
Procedures, Candidates, Correspondence, 1985
Box 97
Miscellaneous: Brochures
Box 97
Miscellaneous: Tourism
Box 97
Clippings
Box 97
Chicago City Ballet, 1983
Box 98
Contract, Work Plan, Candidates
Box 98
Structure: Organizational
Box 98
Correspondence
Box 98
General
Box 98
Dance St. Louis, 1983-1984
Contracts, Structure, Financials
Box 98
Publicity, Candidates
Box 98
Correspondence
Box 98
Dance St. Louis, 1983-1984
Box 99
Legal, Sourcing Panel, Candidates
Box 99
Progress Reports,Interviews, Marketing Package
Box 99
Potential Candidate Summaries
Box 99
Dance St. Louis, 1983-1984
Box 100
Potential Candidate Summaries
(2 folders)
Box 100
Search Committee
Box 100
General Correspondence
Box 100
Frank Holder Dance Company, 1980-1981
Box 101
Contract, Work Plan, Questionnaire, Organizational Structure, Organizational Development: Research
Box 101
Organizational Development: Research (con't)
(2 folders)
Box 101
Marketing, Correspondence
Box 101
Governor's Business Council on the Arts and Humanities, 1980-1981
Box 101
Focus, 1980, Sept.-1981 May
(2 folders)
Box 101
Governor's Business Council on the Arts and Humanities, 1980-1981
Box 102
Purpose, Structure, Strategies-Programs, Research
Box 102
Research (Con't)
Box 102
Green Hill Art Gallery, 1977
Casebook
Box 102
Hickory Museum of Art, 1980
Contract, Work Plan, Questionnaires
Box 102
Organizational Structure, Organizational Development, Correspondence
Box 102
Hunt Campaign, 1984
Box 103
General Correspondence, 1979-1984 and undated
(3 folders)
Box 103
Hunt Campaign, 1984
Box 104
Confidential, J. Bennett "A Celebration of the Arts," 1984
(3 folders)
Box 104
Hunt Campaign, 1984
Box 105
"A Celebration of the Arts" 1984
(3 folders)
Box 105
Hunt Campaign, 1984
Box 106
Friends of the Arts for Hunt/ New York Reception
(3 folders)
Box 106
Mailing List
(2 folders)
Box 106
Miscellaneous
(2 folders)
Box 106
International Wilderness Leadership Foundation, 1977-1985
Box 107
Congress, Issues, 1977-1987
Box 107
Proposals, Meetings, Donors, 1984-85
Box 107
International Wilderness Leadership Foundation, 1977-1985
Box 108
Financials/Interview Process, 1985
Box 108
Jargon Society, 1977-1980
Articles, Board Meetings, 1968-1977
Box 108
Board Meetings (con't), 1978-1980
Box 108
Jargon Society, 1977-1980
Box 109
Financials, 1968-1978
Box 109
Correspondence, Program/Funding Requirements, Direct Mail
Box 109
Program/Funding Requirements, (con't)
(2 folders)
Box 109
Resourses-Funding, 1970-1979
(2 folders)
Box 109
Public Relations, Printed Materials/Publications, Other, 1972-1978
Box 109
Metropolitan Opera 1982-1983
Box 110
1982-1983
Box 110
Moravian Music Foundation, 1977-1978
Priorities, Questionnaire, Survey and Interim Report, 1975-1978
Box 110
Focusing Process, 1975-1978
Box 110
Prograams/Funding Requirements, Budgets, 1973-1978
Box 110
Resourses/Funding, 1976-1977
Box 110
Resources/Development Activities, Solicitation, 1976-1977
Box 110
Moravian Music Foundation, 1977-1978
Box 111
Solicitation (con't), 1976-1978
Box 111
Public Relations, 1976-1977
(2 folders)
Box 111
Museum of Ceramic Art, 1978
Correspondence, 1978
(2 folders)
Box 111
Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts (MESDA), 1977-1978
Work Plan, Questionnaire,Progress Report, 1977-78
Box 111
Organizational Development: Research, 1977-1978
Box 111
Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts (MESDA), 1977-1978
Box 112
Organizational Development: Grantsmanship, Marketing, General Correspondence
Box 112
North Carolina Dance Theatre (NCDT), 1976-1985
Contract, Work Plan, Questionnaire, Progress Report, Organizational Structure, 1976-1979
Box 112
Organizational Structure, 1976-1979
(2 folders)
Box 112
Organizational Development, 1976-1979
(2 folders)
Box 112
North Carolina Dance Theatre (NCDT), 1976-1985
Box 113
Organizational Development, 1976-1979
Box 113
Campaigns, 1976-1980
(3 folders)
Box 113
Marketing: Public Relations, 1976-1979
Box 113
Marketing: Printed Material, 1976-1979
Box 113
North Carolina Dance Theatre (NCDT), 1976-1985
Box 114
Marketing (con't): Special Events, Direct Mail 1976-1979
Box 114
Other: Board Meetings, 1977-1979
(2 folders)
Box 114
Contract, Questionnaire, Research, 1983-1984
Box 114
Structure, Long-range Plan-fund, 1981-1984
Box 114
Financials, 1979-1984
Box 114
Grantsmanship 1979-1984
Box 114
North Carolina Dance Theatre (NCDT), 1976-1985
Box 115
Hickory
(2 folders)
Box 115
Articles, 1980-1984
Box 115
News Clippings, Correspondence, 1984
Box 115
General, 1983
Box 115
North Carolina Museum of Art (NCMA), 1977-1978
Priorities/Work Plan, Questionnaire
Box 115
Questionnaire (con't), Survey
Box 115
North Carolina Museum of Art (NCMA), 1977-1978
Box 116
Survey and Focusing Process
(2 folders)
Box 116
Programs/Funding Requests, Budgets, Resources/Funding
Box 116
Resources Development Activities and Solicitation
Box 116
Solicitation (con't)
Box 116
North Carolina Museum of Art (NCMA), 1977-1978
Box 117
Solicitations, Public Relations, Printed Material, Direct Mail
Box 117
North Carolina School of the Arts (NCSA), 1974-1985
Contracts, Work Plan, 1974-1980
Box 117
Work Plan (Con't), Questionnaire, 1980-1981
Box 117
North Carolina School of the Arts (NCSA), 1974-1985
Box 118
Progress Reports, 1975-1982
(3 folders)
Box 118
North Carolina School of the Arts (NCSA), 1974-1985
Box 119
Progress Report (con't), 1979
Box 119
Organizational Structure, 1974-1980
(5 folders)
Box 119
North Carolina School of the Arts (NCSA), 1974-1985
Box 120
Organizational Structure, 1975-1980
(7 folders)
Box 120
North Carolina School of the Arts (NCSA), 1974-1985
Box 121
Organizational Structure, 1971-1982
(6 folders)
Box 121
Organizational Development, 1976-1981
Box 121
North Carolina School of the Arts (NCSA), 1974-1985
Box 122
Organizational Development, 1976-1984
(5 folders)
Box 122
Marketing:Public Relations, 1973-1979
Box 122
North Carolina School of the Arts (NCSA), 1974-1985
Box 123
Marketing, 1968-1982
(5 folders)
Box 123
General Correspondence, 1975-1978
(3 folders)
Box 123
North Carolina School of the Arts (NCSA), 1974-1985
Box 124
General Correspondence, 1979-1982
(4 folders)
Box 124
Other, 1977-1978
Box 124
NCSA/State: Ampersand Relationship and Campaign Progress, 1979-1982
Box 124
North Carolina School of the Arts (NCSA), 1974-1985
Box 125
NCSA/State and Ampersand Relationship and Campaign Progress (con't), 1979-1982
Box 125
Support Materials, 1975-1982
Box 125
Printed Materials, 1979-1980
(2 folders)
Box 125
State Committee Meetings, 1980
Box 125
Events, 1980-1981
Box 125
Governor's Dinner, 1981-1982
Box 125
North Carolina School of the Arts (NCSA), 1974-1985
Box 126
Statewide Resources, 1978-1982
Box 126
Major Proposals, Correspondence, 1979-1982
Box 126
Hickory Campaign, 1979-1981
(4 folders)
Box 126
Charlotte Campaign, 1980-1981
Box 126
North Carolina School of the Arts (NCSA), 1974-1985
Box 127
Charlotte Campaign, 1980-1982
(6 folders)
Box 127
Greensboro, Asheville, Shelby, High Point, 1980-81
Box 127
North Carolina School of the Arts (NCSA), 1974-1985
Box 128
High Point (con't), 1980-1981
Box 128
Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill, 1977-1982
Box 128
Gastonia, 1980-1981
Box 128
North Carolina School of the Arts (NCSA), 1974-1985
Box 129
Board of Visitors 1984
Box 129
Contract, Work Plan, Personnel Goals/Purpose, Financials, 1983-1984
Box 129
Research, 1983-1984
(2 folders)
Box 129
Fund Raising 1983-1984
(2 folders)
Box 129
Correspondence, 1983-1984
Box 129
North Carolina School of the Arts (NCSA), 1974-1985
Box 130
Correspondence, 1984
(2 folders)
Box 130
Potential Donors: A-Z, 1983-1984
(4 folders)
Box 130
Potential Donors: National, 1984
Box 130
North Carolina School of the Arts (NCSA), 1974-1985
Box 131
Potential Donors: National, 1984 (con't)
Box 131
Potential Donors: State, 1984
Box 131
National Prospects, 1983-1984
Box 131
Long-range Plan, Budgets, Reports and Memoranda, National Donors, 1984-1985
Box 131
North Carolina School of the Arts (NCSA), 1974-1985
Box 132
Potential Donors, 1984-1985
(3 folders)
Box 132
North Carolina School of the Arts (NCSA), 1974-1985
Box 133
Report, 1983-84 and Proposal, 1984-1985
Box 133
Market Book, NCSA-State
(2 folders)
Box 133
North Carolina School of the Arts (NCSA), 1974-1985
Box 134
National Research
(3 folders)
Box 134
National-Low Priority
(3 folders)
Box 134
National-Pending
Box 134
National-Approached
Box 134
North Carolina School of the Arts (NCSA), 1974-1985
Box 135
Board of Visitors, 1983-1984
(2 folders)
Box 135
Stevens Center, 1982-1983
Box 135
North Carolina School of the Arts (NCSA), 1974-1985
Stevens Center, 1983 (con't)
(3 folders)
Box 136
North Carolina School of the Arts (NCSA), 1974-1985
Box 137
Campaign Coordinating Book, 1979-1981
(2 folders)
Box 137
Correspondence, 1982-1985
Box 137
North Carolina School of the Arts (NCSA), 1974-1985
Box 138
Correspondence, 1985
(2 folders)
Box 138
North Carolina School of the Arts (NCSA), 1974-1985
Box 139
Campaigning Coordinating Book, 1979-1981
Box 139
Report and Proposal, 1983
Box 139
Reports to NCSA, 1965
Box 139
Progress Report, 1982 and Space Study, 1980
Box 139
Economic Impact Study, 1978 and Stevens Center
Box 139
Development Records
Box 139
In Partnership and Alumni Survey, 1978
Box 139
Workplace Dedication
Box 139
North Carolina School of the Arts (NCSA), 1974-1985
Box 140
Donors-Unrestricted, 1984
Box 140
Donors-Scholarships
(2 folders)
Box 140
Chancellor Search, 1984
(2 folders)
Box 140
Charlotte, 1983-1984
Box 140
State, 1982-1984
Box 140
Stevens Center Articles, 1983
Box 140
Articles and Press Releases, 1978-1984
Box 140
Reports, 1985
Box 140
Stevens Center
Box 140
Stevens Center: Articles, 1983
Box 140
North Carolina School of the Arts (NCSA), 1974-1985
Box 141
Graduates, Publicity
Box 141
NCSA Workplace Dedication, April 1978
Box 141
Information Booklet
Box 141
Meetings and Correspondence, 1984-1986
Box 141
Jazz Is, 1982
Box 141
Board of Visitors, 1983-1984
Box 141
Stevens Center (Bill in Congress), 1979
Box 141
Stevens Center: Brochures
Box 141
Stevens Center: Clippings
Box 141
Challenge Grant Follow-up, 1978-1981
Box 141
Five-year Plan, Contracts, Financial Statements
Box 141
North Carolina School of the Arts (NCSA), 1974-1985
Box 142
Five-year Plan, Contracts. Financial Statements (con't)
Box 142
North Carolina Symphony (NCS), 1978
The Case for Support
Box 142
Contract, Work Plan, Questionnaire, Organizational Structure
Box 142
Organizational Development
Box 142
Marketing
(2 folders)
Box 142
Chicago Debut Planning, 1978
Box 142
North Carolina Symphony (NCS), 1978
Box 143
Chicago Debut Planning, 1978 (con't)
(2 folders)
Box 143
Correspondence, 1978
Box 143
Old Salem, 1977-1981
Contract, Work Plan, Questionnaire
Box 143
Marketing: Public Relations, Special Events
Box 143
Old Salem, 1976-1978
Box 143
Progress Report, Organizational Structure
Box 143
Old Salem, 1977-1981
Box 144
Contract, Organizational Structure, Organizational Development, 1981
Box 144
Organizational Development, 1975-1978 (con't)
(2 folders)
Box 144
Old Salem, 1977-1981
Box 145
Organizational Development, 1975-1978 (con't) (5 folders), and General Correspondence , 1975-1979
Box 145
Other, 1976-1978
Box 145
Phoenix Organization, 1978
Contract, Workplan, Progress Report, Organizational Structure
Box 145
Phoenix Organization, 1978
Box 146
Organizational Development
(2 folders)
Box 146
Piedmont Chamber Orchestra, 1978
Work Plan, Questionnaire, Structure
Box 146
Piedmont Chamber Orchestra, 1978
Box 147
Research/Funding
Box 147
Raleigh Cultural Arts Action Plan, 1984
Request for Proposal, Background, Long-Range Planning, 1984
Box 147
Facilities, 1979-1984
Box 147
Arts Foundation, City Gallery, Special Populations, 1981-1982
Box 147
Roanoak Project, 1982-1986
Box 148
Correspondence, 1982-1986
(3 folders)
Box 148
Proposal
Box 148
Rockingham County Arts Council, 1983
Box 148
St. Johns Art Gallery, 1979-1980
Contract, Work Plan, Questionnaire, Organizational Structure, Organizational Development
Box 148
Organizational Development (con't), Marketing, General Correspondence, Other
Box 148
Blueprints
Box 148
Salem College and Academy, 1981
Organizational Development
Box 148
Salem College and Academy, 1981
Box 149
Organizational Development
(3 folders)
Box 149
Contract, Questionnaire, Organizational Structure
Box 149
Sawtooth Center for Visual Design, 1984
(2 folders)
Box 150
Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art (SECCA), 1976-1982:
Contracts, Workplans, Questionnaire, 1976-1979
Box 150
Progress Reports, 1977-1981
(2 folders)
Box 150
Organizational Structure, 1962-1979
Box 150
SECCA, 1976-1982:
Box 151
Organizational Structure, 1962-1979 (con't)
Box 151
Organizational Development, 1974-1979
(4 folders)
Box 151
Marketing, 1976-1978
Box 151
SECCA, 1976-1982:
Box 152
Marketing,1976-1979 (con't)
(2 folders)
Box 152
Marketing: Events, 1976-1977
Box 152
SECCA, 1976-1982
Box 153
Marketing: Events, 1977-1979 (con't)
(5 folders)
Box 153
Correspondence, 1976-1979
Box 153
SECCA, 1976-1982
Box 154
Correspondence, 1976-1979 (con't)
Box 154
SECCA: Awards in the Visual Arts (AVA), 1979-1982
Contract, Workplan, Organizational Structure, Organizational Development, Marketing, 1980
Box 154
Correspondence, 1979-1981
(3 folders)
Box 154
Clippings and Publicity, 1979
Box 154
Contract, Progress Report, 1980
Box 154
AVA Correspondence, 1980-1981
Box 154
Other Correspondence, 1980-1981
Box 154
SECCA: AVA, 1979-1982
Box 155
General Correspondence, 1979-1981
(2 folders)
Box 155
Endorsements
Box 155
Public Relations 1980, Mar.-Sept.
Box 155
SECCA: AVA, 1979-1982
Box 156
Public Relations, 1980, Oct.-Dec.
Box 156
Press Releases
Box 156
Press Releases and Clippings, 1980
Box 156
Correspondence, 1981
(2 folders)
Box 156
Miscellaneous, 1981
Box 156
SECCA: Southeast 7 III, 1980
Box 157
Correspondence, 1982
(2 folders)
Box 157
Invitation List, 1980
Box 157
SECCA: Southeast 7 III, 1980
Box 158
Correspondence, 1980 and nd
Box 158
Press Releases, 1980
Box 158
Southern Highlands Handicraft Guild (SHHG), 1974-1985
Contract, Workplan, Questionnaire, Progress Reports, 1974-1985
Box 158
Organizational Structure, 1977-1978
Box 158
Organizational Structure: Financials, 1975-1977
Box 158
Organizational Structure, Organizational Development, 1977-1979
(2 folders)
Box 158
Organizational Development: Grantsmanship, 1977-1979
Box 158
SHHG, 1974-1985
Box 159
Organizational Development: Grantsmanship, 1977-1979
(3 folders)
Box 159
SHHG, 1974-1985
Box 160
Organizational Development (con't)
Box 160
Printed Material, Special Events
Box 160
General Correspondence, 1976-1979
(2 folders)
Box 160
Spoleto Festival, 1983-1985
Chart of Phases, 1984-1985
Box 160
Special Events/Benefits, Fund Drive Updates, Spoleto Society, Board List, 1985
Box 160
Research, 1985
Box 160
Spoleto Festival, 1983-1985
Box 161
Research, 1985 (con't)
Box 161
Direct Mail, 1985
Box 161
Gloria Theatre, 1984
Box 161
Budget, 1985, Prospects, Preliminary Research
Box 161
Long Range Plan, 1985-1990
Box 161
Upstairs Gallery, 1984-1985
Contract, Financials, Public Relations, Program, Research, Correspondence, Report
Box 161
Upstairs Gallery, 1984-1985
Box 162
Program Materials: Book Art/SE Touring Exhibit
Box 162
Program Materials: Musical and Theatrical Performance
Box 162
Walnut Street Theatre, 1982
Contract, Workplan, Questionnaire
Box 162
Organizational Structure, 1978-1982
(3 folders)
Box 162
Organizational Development, 1980-1982
Box 162
Walnut Street Theatre, 1982
Box 163
Organizational Development, 1980-1982 (con't)
(2 folders)
Box 163
Marketing, Public Relations, 1981-1982
Box 163
Correspondence, 1978-1982
Box 163
Other, 1982
Box 163
Short-Term Plan, 1982
Box 163
Winston-Salem Chamber of Commerce, 1981-1983
Tourism Data, 1981
Box 163
Tourism Task Force, 1983
Box 163
Press, 1982
Box 163
Economic Development Data, 1982
Box 163
Winston-Salem Chamber of Commerce, 1981-1983
Box 164
Chamber Internal Administration, 1982
Box 164
Correspondence, 1981-1983
Box 164
Seasons, 1983-1984
Box 164
Winston-Salem Downtown Revitalization, 1977-1982
Center City, 1978
Box 164
Cultural Block Concept Plan, 1977-1979
Cultural Action Plan
Box 164
Cooperative Proposal for NEA Challenge Grant, 1978-1979
(4 folders)
Box 164
Winston-Salem Downtown Revitalization, 1977-1982
Box 165
Cooperative Proposal for NEA Challenge Grant, 1978-1979 (con't)
Box 165
Center City Revitalization: Survey of 6 Cities, Representive Examples 1980,
(2 folders)
Box 165
Cultural Block Plan Final Report, 1980, May
Box 165
Local Media, National Media, 1978-1982
Box 165
Correspondence, 1978-1982
(3 folders)
Box 165
Winston-Salem Downtown Revitalization, 1977-1982
Box 166
Correspondence, 1978-1982 (con't)
Box 166
Winston-Salem Symphony Association, 1983-1985
Long-Range Planning Material, Mission and Objectives, Programs, 1983-1985
(2 folders)
Box 166
Financials, 1983-1984
Box 166
Long-Range Plan: Interviews, 1984( 3 folders)
Box 166
Winston-Salem Symphony Association, 1983-1985
Box 167
Long-Range Plan: ASOL Comparisons, Publicity
Box 167
Fort Wayne Orchestra
Box 167
Richmond Orchestra, Florida Orchestra
Box 167
Winston-Salem Symphony Association, 1983-1985
Box 168
Other Symphonies and Art Councils, 1981-1985
Box 168
Richmond Symphony, 1981-1986
Box 168
Long-Range Planning Task Force, 1984
(3 folders)
Box 168
Long-Range Plan, 1984
(3 folders)
Box 168
Winston-Salem Symphony Association, 1983-1985
Box 169
Search Committee Information and Proceedures
Box 169
Executive Search: General Manager, 1984
Box 169
Interviews
Box 169
Long-Range Plan, Working Notebook and Interviews
Box 169
Long-Range Plan
(3 folders)
Box 169

4. Ampersand: Chronological Files, 1976?1985

Office files of photocopied correspondence and memoranda, which also include a few proposals and reports for clients, lists (such as potential donors), and agreements and contracts. The letters are only copies of outgoing correspondence, mostly from Hanes, but some from other Ampersand staff. Originally this file was called the Green File because of the green paper photocopies. Chronological arrangement, with a folder or more for each month.

1976, November 1-1977, March 17
Box 170
1977, March 18-1977, July 13
Box 171
1977, July 15-1977, October 31
Box 172
1977, November 1-1978, February 14
Box 173
1978, February 14-1978, April 28
Box 174
1978, May 1-1978, July 31
Box 175
1978, August 1-1978, November 15
Box 176
1978, November 16-1979, February 8
Box 177
1979, February 9-1979, April 30
Box 178
1979, May 1-1979, July 31
Box 179
1979, August 1-1979, October 30
Box 180
1979, November 1-1980, February 28
Box 181
1980, March 1-1980, June 17
Box 182
1980, June 18-1980, October 15
Box 183
1980, October 16-1981, March 10
Box 184
1981, March 11-1981, June 15
Box 185
1981, June 16-1981, September 16
Box 186
1981, September 17-1981, December 31
Box 187
1982, January 4-1982, April 21
Box 188
1982, April 22-1982, May 28
Box 189
1982, June 1-1982, August 31
Box 190
1982, August-1982, November 30
Box 191
1982, December 2-1983, March 14
Box 192
1983, March 15-1983, April 13
Box 193
1983, April 14 -1983, May 20
Box 194
1983, May 23-1983, August 31
Box 195
1983, September 1-1984, January 16
Box 196
1984, January 17-1984, April 30
Box 197
1984, May 1-1984, July 16
Box 198
1984, July 17-1984, August 12
Box 199
1984, August 13-1984, November 13
Box 200
1984, November 14-1984, December 28
Box 201
1985, January 2-1985, January
Box 202
1985, February 1-1985, March 15
Box 203
1985, March 16-1985, April 14
Box 204
1985, April 15-1985, August 19
Box 205
1985, August 20-October 31
Box 206
1985, November 4-1986, March 14
(3 folders)
Box 207

5. Ampersand: Central Files, 1976?1985

Chiefly office files of photocopied letters and memoranda as well as some other mimeographed and printed material and clippings. The correspondence is primarily outgoing, with some original copies of incoming letters. There is a separate grouping for each one or two-year period, with topical folders arranged in an alphabetical sequence for each year or years. Included are general folders for a single letter of the alphabet as well as specific names of organizations and topics. Many of the folders are thin; early files tend to be the largest.

(A)
Aging and the Arts
Box 207
American Crafts Council: Correspondence
Box 207
American Crafts Council: Information
Box 207
American Crafts Council: Meetings
Box 207
Ampersand Creative Problem Solving Workship, 1977, August
Box 207
Art Park: Correspondence
Box 207
Associated Councils of the Arts: Correspondence
Box 207
Associated Councils of the Arts: Information
Box 207
Associated Councils of the Arts: Meetings
Box 207
Associated Councils of the Arts: 1977 Questionnaire
Box 207
Association for Community Cooperation: Correspondence
Box 207
Association for Community Cooperation: Information
Box 208
(B)
Brakeley, John Price Jones, Inc.: Correspondence
Box 208
Business Committee for the Arts
Box 208
Business Committee for the Arts Award
Box 208
Business Committee for the Arts: Correspondence
Box 208
Business Committee for the Arts: Informaiton
Box 208
(C)
Carter, Jimmy: Correspondence
Box 208
Carter, Jimmy: Information
Box 208
Carter, Jimmy: Press
Box 208
Client Information, 1977
Box 208
Consulting Organizations: General Information
Box 208
Consulting Organizations: General: Information
Box 209
Council on Foundations: Arts Survey
Box 209
Council on Foundations: Correspondence
Box 209
Council on Foundations: Information
Box 209
Council on Foundations: Meetings
Box 209
Council on Foundations: 17th Annual Conference/ May 11-14, 1976
Box 209
Crafts
Box 209
(D)
Davenport, Tom: Correspondence
Box 209
Dept. of Administration: Correspondence
Box 209
Dept. of Administration: Grants
Box 209
Dept. of Administration: Information
Box 209
Dept. of Archives and History: Correspondence
Box 209
Dept. of Commerce: Correspondence
Box 209
Dept. of Cultural Resources: Correspondence
Box 209
Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare: Correspondence
Box 210
Dept. of the Interior: Correspondence
Box 210
Duke University
Box 210
(E)
Education: NCSU Seminar
Box 210
(F)
Federal Reserve Board, 1977
Box 210
Friends of Univeristy Network Television: Correspondence
Box 210
Foundation Center: Correspondence
Box 210
(G)
Box 210
(H)
Hunt, Jim: Correspondence
Box 210
Hunt, Jim: Information
Box 210
Hunt, Jim: Press
Box 210
(I)
Box 210
(J)
Box 210
(K)
Box 210
(L)
L. Richardson Hospital
Box 210
(M)
Mondale, Walter
Box 210
Museums/Galleries: Correspondence
Box 210
Medical Center: Correspondence
Box 210
Moravian Music Foundation: Correspondence
Box 210
Moravian Music Foundation: Memoranda
Box 210
Moravian Music Foundation: Press
Box 210
Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts: Correspondence
Box 210
Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts: Memoranda
Box 210
Museums/Galleries: Information
Box 210
(N)
National Association for the Southern Poor: Correspondence
Box 211
National Association for the Southern Poor: Information
Box 211
National Endowment for the Humanities: Correspondence
Box 211
The National Rural Center: Correspondence
Box 211
The National Rural Center: Information
Box 211
The National Rural Center: Press
Box 211
North Carolina: Correspondence
Box 211
North Carolina: Information
Box 211
North Carolina Arts Council: Correspondence
Box 211
North Carolina Dance Theater
Box 211
North Carolina Museum of Art: Correspondence
Box 211
North Carolin Museum of Art: Information
Box 211
North Carolina School of the Arts: Correspondence
Box 211
North Carolina School of the Arts: Contract
Box 211
North Carolina School of the Arts: Press
Box 211
North Carolina Symphony: Correspondence
Box 211
North Carolina Theater Ensembel
Box 211
Northwest Economic Development Commission: Information
Box 211
Northwest North Carolina Development Association: Information
Box 211
(O)
Old Salem: Correspondence and Press
Box 211
(P)
Piedmont Carftsmen: Correspondence
Box 211
Piedmont Craftsmen: Information
Box 211
Piedmont Craftsmen: Memoranda
Box 211
Piedmont Craftsmen: Press
Box 211
Pine Island, 1977
Box 211
Politics-Federal: General Correspondence
Box 211
Press
Box 212
Public Interest Public Relations: Information
Box 212
(Q)
Box 212
(R)
R. J. Reynolds
Box 212
Ruder and Finn: Correspondence
Box 212
(S)
Salem College: Correspondence
Box 212
The South: Correspondence
(2 folders)
Box 212
The South: Memoranda
Box 212
The South: Press
Box 212
Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art, April Opening, April 1-3, 1977: Attendees
Box 212
Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art, April Opening, April 1-3, 1977: Correspondence
Box 212
Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art, April Opening, April 1-3, 1977: Hunt Dinner Speech
Box 212
Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art: Correspondence
Box 212
Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art: Grants
Box 212
Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art: Information
Box 212
Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art: Press
Box 212
Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art: Southeastern Art Collectors
Box 212
Southeastern Council of Foundations: Correspondence
Box 212
Southeastern Council of Foundations: Foundation Forum/September 12-13, 1975 Organizations--Reference
Box 212
Southeastern Council of Foundations: Information
Box 213
Southeastern Council of Foundations: 6th Annual Meeting/November 5-7, 1975
Box 213
Southeastern Council of Foundations: 7th Annual Meeting/October 20-22, 1977
Box 213
Southern Federation of State: Arts Agencies
Box 213
Southern Highland Handicraft Guild: Correspondence
Box 213
Southern Highland Handicraft Guild: Information
Box 213
(T)
Taft, Inc.: Correspondence
Box 213
(U)
Box 213
(V)
Box 213
(W)
Winston-Salem: W-S apprentices
Box 213
Winston-Salem: Arts--Listing of Arts in City
Box 213
Winston-Salem: Fund Raising
Box 213
Winston-Salem: General
Box 213
Winston-Salem: Information Sheet--NEA 8
Box 213
Winston-Salem: Tour
Box 213
Winston-Salem Arts Council: Challenge Grant
(2 folders)
Box 213
Winston-Salem Arts Council: "R-70" Correspondence
Box 213
Winston-Salem Arts Council: Correspondence
Box 213
Winston-Salem Arts Council: Information
Box 213
Winston-Salem Arts Council: JDR III
Box 214
Winston-Salem Arts Council: Memoranda
Box 214
Winston-Salem Arts Council: Press
Box 214
Winston-Salem Arts Council: Proposals
Box 214
Winston-Salem Chamber of Commerce: Correspondence
Box 214
Winston-Salem Chamber of Commerce: Memoranda
Box 214
Winston-Salem Redevelopment: Correspondence
Box 214
Winston-Salem Redevelopment: Information
Box 214
Winston-Salem Redevelopment: Press
Box 214
Winston-Salem Redevelopment: Proposals
Box 214
Winston-Salem Redevelopment: Ralph Burgard Letter
Box 214
Winston-Salem School System: Correspondence
Box 214
Winston-Salem State University: Correspondence
Box 214
Wachovia Bank, 1977
Box 214
Wake Forest: Correspondence
Box 214
(Y)
Box 214
(Z)
Box 214
(A)
American Dance Festival
Box 214
American Council for the Arts
Box 214
Ampersand Creative Problem Solving Workshop
Box 215
The Arts
Box 215
Arts Business Publications
Box 215
(B)
Business Committee for the Arts: Award
Box 215
Business Committee for the Arts: General
Box 215
Business Committee for the Arts: News
Box 215
(C)
Carter, Jimmy and Rosalyn
Box 215
Center for Creative Leadership
Box 215
Clearinghouse for Midcontinent Foundations
Box 215
Council on Foundations: General
Box 216
Council Foundations: Memorandum
Box 216
Consulting Organizations
Box 216
(D)
Davenport, Tom
Box 216
Department of Commerce
Box 216
N.C. Department of Commerce
Box 216
Department of Cultural Resources
Box 216
Department of Health, Education and Welfare
Box 216
Department of Interior
Box 216
Duke University
Box 216
(E)
Box 216
(F)
Foundation Center
Box 216
(G)
Box 216
(H)
Hunt, Jim
Box 216
(I)
International Communication Agency
Box 216
(J)
Box 216
(K)
Box 216
(L)
Box 217
(M)
Mondale, Walter and Joan
Box 217
Museum of Ceramic Art
Box 217
Museum Services
Box 217
Museums/Galleries
Box 217
(N)
National Association for the Southern Poor
Box 217
National Citizens Communications Lobby
Box 217
National Endowment for the Arts: Government-Federal
(3 folders)
Box 217
NEA: Prior Grants
Box 217
NEA: Prior Grants
Box 218
New TransCentury Foundation: Challenge Grants
Box 218
North Carolina
Box 218
N.C. Arts Council
Box 218
N.C. Symphony
Box 218
Northwest Environmental Preservation Committee
Box 218
(O)
Box 218
(P)
Phoenix Organization
Box 218
(R)
Box 219
(S)
Salem College
Box 219
Southeastern Council of Foundations
Box 219
Senators/Representatives
Box 219
Southern Foundation of State Arts Agencies
Box 219
Symphonies
Box 219
(T)
Theatres
Box 219
(U)
Box 219
(V)
Box 219
(W)
Wachovia Bank
Box 219
Wake Forest University
Box 219
Winston-Salem: Arts Council Exhibits A-G
Box 219
Winston-Salem: Chamber of Commerce
Box 219
Winston-Salem: Coliseum Downtown
Box 219
Winston-Salem: Development Plan: Steering Committee
Box 219
Winston-Salem: Downtown Redevelopment
Box 219
Winston-Salem: General
Box 219
Winston-Salem: Integon
Box 219
Winston-Salem: R. J. Reynolds
Box 219
Winston-Salem: R. J. Reynolds Proposal
Box 219
Winston-Salem: R. J. Reynolds
Box 220
Winston-Salem: Redevelopment
Box 220
Winston-Salem: School System
Box 220
Winston-Salem State University
Box 220
(X, Y, Z)
Box 220
(A)
American Council for the Arts
Box 220
Ampersand Memos
Box 220
Ampersand Staff Memos
Box 220
(B)
Black Mountain College
Box 220
Business Committee for the Arts
Box 220
(C)
Council on Foundations
Box 220
(D)
Box 221
Department of Administration
Box 221
Department of Archives and History
Box 221
Department of Commerce
Box 221
Department of Cultural Resources
Box 221
Department of Housing and Urban Development
Box 221
Department of Interior
Box 221
Duke University
Box 221
(E)
Box 221
(F)
Box 221
(G)
Box 221
(H)
Hunt, Jim
Box 221
(I)
International Communication Agency
Box 221
(J)
Box 221
(K)
Box 221
(L)
Box 221
(M)
Box 222
Mondale
Box 222
(N)
NEA
Box 222
(O)
Box 222
(P)
Press
Box 222
(Q)
Box 222
(R)
Box 222
(S)
Salem College
Box 222
Salzburg Seminar in American Studies
(2 folders)
Box 222
Salzburg Seminar in American Studies
Box 223
Salzburg Seminar in American Studies: Boston
Box 223
Salzburg Seminar in American Studies: Vienna Checks
Box 223
Salzburg Seminar in American Studies: Vienna Opera
Box 223
Salzburg Seminar in American Studies: Vienna Responses
Box 224
Senators
Box 224
Southeastern Council of Foundations
Box 224
(T)
Box 224
(U)
Box 224
(V)
Box 224
(W)
Winston-Salem: Downtown
Box 224
Winston-Salem: Wake Forest
Box 224
Winston-Salem: Chamber of Commerce
Box 224
Winston-Salem: Coliseum Downtown
Box 224
Winston-Salem: Reynolds
Box 224
Winston-Salem: School System
Box 224
Winston-Salem: Wachovia
Box 224
Winston-Salem and Forsyth County: Cultural Action Plan
Box 224
Winston-Salem Development Plan: Steering Committee
(2 folders)
Box 224
Winston-Salem State University
Box 224
(Y)
Box 224
(A)
American Council for the Arts
Box 224
Ampersand
Box 225
(B)
Box 225
(C)
Carter, Jimmy
Box 225
Corporate Contributions
Box 225
(D)
Box 225
(E)
Box 225
(F)
Feinstein, Martin
Box 225
(G)
Box 225
(H)
Hunt, Jim
Box 225
(I)
International Communications Agency
Box 225
(K)
Box 225
(L)
Box 225
(M)
Miscellaneous
Box 225
Mondale, Walter and Joan
Box 225
(N)
NEA
Box 225
National Endowment for the Humanities
Box 225
New World Foundation
Box 225
North Carolina: General Information
Box 225
N.C. Arts Council
Box 225
(O)
Box 225
(P)
Partnership Opportunities Conference
Box 225
Peirce, Neal R.
Box 225
Press
Box 226
(R)
Box 226
(S)
SC-ETV Network
Box 226
Salem College
Box 226
Senators/Representatives
Box 226
SE Council on Foundations
Box 226
(T)
Box 226
(W)
Winston-Salem: Chamber of Commerce
Box 226
Winston-Salem: Coliseum Downtown
Box 226
Winston-Salem and Forsyth County: Center City Development Guide
Box 226
Winston-Salem and Forsyth County: Cultural Action Plan
Box 226
Winston-Salem: R. J. Reynolds
Box 226
Winston-Salem: Wachovia
Box 226
Winston-Salem Development Plan: Steering Committee
Box 226
(Y)
Box 226
(Z)
Box 226
(A)
Ampersand Staff Memos
Box 226
(B)
Box 227
(C)
Cornell University
Box 227
(D)
Box 227
(F)
Box 227
(G)
Box 227
(H)
Box 228
Hunt, Jim
Box 228
(I)
International Communications Agency
Box 228
(J)
Box 228
(K)
Box 228
(L)
Box 228
(M)
Box 228
(N)
NEA
Box 228
(O)
Box 228
(P)
Partners for Liveable Places
Box 228
Partners for Liveable Places
Box 229
Press
(3 folders)
Box 229
(R)
Reagan Task Force on the Arts
Box 229
(S)
Salem College
Box 229
Senators/Representatives
Box 229
SC-ETV Network
Box 229
(T)
Town and Country Magazine
Box 229
Town and Country Magazine
Box 230
(U)
Box 230
(V)
Box 230
(W)
Winston-Salem: Chamber of Commerce
Box 230
Winston-Salem Development Plan: Steering Committee
Box 230
(Y)
Box 230
(Z)
Box 230
(A)
Ampersand Memos
Box 231
(B)
Box 231
(C)
Calendars
Box 231
(D)
Box 231
(E)
Box 231
(F)
Box 231
(G)
Box 231
(H)
Hunt, Jim
Box 231
(I)
Box 231
(J)
Box 231
(K)
Box 232
(L)
Box 232
(M)
Mark, Charles
Box 232
(N)
NCSA
Box 232
NEA
Box 232
(O)
Box 232
(P)
Press
(2 folders)
Box 233
(R)
Reagan
Box 233
Roanoak
Box 233
(S)
Senators and Representatives
Box 233
SC-ETV Network
Box 233
(T)
Box 233
(U)
Box 233
(W)
Winston-Salem: Chamber of Commerce
Box 233
Winston-Salem: Contracts
Box 233
Winston-Salem: Development Plan
Box 233
Winston-Salem: R. J. Reynolds Industries
Box 233
Winston-Salem: Radisson Plaza Hotel
Box 233
(Y)
Box 233
(A)
American Academy in Rome
Box 233
American School of Classical Studies in Athens
Box 233
Ampersand Memos
Box 233
(B)
British Arts
Box 234
(C)
Calendars
Box 234
(D)
Dennis Wayne's Dancers
Box 234
(E)
Box 234
(F)
Box 234
(G)
Box 234
(H)
International Communication Agency
Box 234
(J)
Box 234
(K)
Box 234
(L)
Box 234
(M)
Mark, Charles
Box 234
Miscellaneous
Box 234
(N)
North Carolina Dance Theater
Box 234
NCSA: General
Box 234
NCSA: Report and Proposal
Box 234
NCSA: Trip Notes
Box 234
NEA
Box 234
(P)
Box 234
(R)
Redford, Robert
Box 234
(S)
Box 235
San Francisco Art Institute Virginia Museum
Box 235
Senators and Representatives
Box 235
SC-ETV Network
Box 235
(T)
Box 235
(W)
Winston-Salem: Chamber of Commerce
Box 235
Winston-Salem: Development Plan--Steering Committee
Box 235
Winston-Salem: R. J. Reynolds Industries
Box 235
(A)
Anderson Ranch
Box 235
(B)
Berea College
Box 235
British Arts
Box 235
(C)
Council on Foundations Meeting 9/30-10/3
Box 235
(D)
Dennis Wayne's Dancers
Box 235
(E)
Box 235
(F)
Box 235
(G)
Box 235
(H)
Hunt, Jim
Box 235
(J)
Box 235
(K)
Kessler, Jack
Box 235
(L)
Box 236
Lissauer, Robert
Box 236
Lissauer, Robert: Flim-Flam
(2 folders)
Box 236
(M)
Movement Theatre International: International Mime and Clown Festival
Box 236
(N)
NCDT
Box 236
NCSA: Board of Visitors
Box 236
NCSA: Other
Box 236
N.C. Visitors Center
Box 236
(P)
Pacific Northwest Ballet--Seattle, Washington
Box 236
(R)
Box 236
(S)
Spruce Street Association, Ltd.
Box 237
(T)
Box 237
(V)
Box 237
(W)
Winston-Salem: Chamber of Commerce
Box 237
Winston-Salem Development Plan: Steering Committee
(2 folders)
Box 237
American Craft Council
Box 237
British Arts
Box 237
Dennis Wayne's Dancers
Box 237
Joffrey Campaign
Box 237
Leakey Foundation
Box 237
N. C. Arts Council
Box 237
Roanoke
Box 237

6. Ampersand Files: Company Records, 1976?1985 and undated

Chiefly Ampersand records relating to clients, proposals, and financial records. Also included are telephone logs and a photocopied list of names and street addresses. Included are correspondence and memoranda, casebook outlines, contracts and agreements, minutes of board of director meetings, activity reports, client statements, proposals, feasibility studies, and workplans. The financial records include budgets, income and operating expenses statements, balance sheets, productivity reports, capital expenditures, and sales forecasts. The telephone logs provide the date, time, person, telephone number, city and state, and brief information regarding the purpose and instructions. This section is organized alphabetically by name of item. The clients and proposals are usually organized alphabetically by client name in groupings of years.

Addresses, undated
Box 238
Advisory Board and Board of Directors, 1976-1978
Box 238
Clients and Proposals:
A-R, 1976-1985
(5 folders)
Box 238
Clients and Proposals:
Box 239
SECCA-Z, 1976-1985
(3 folders)
Box 239
Back-dated Clients, 1976-1982
(3 folders)
Box 239
Clients and Proposals:
Box 240
1982-1985
(8 folders)
Box 240
Clients and Proposals:
Box 241
Agreements, 1978-1985
Box 241
Analysis of Ampersand, 1977-1985
(3 folders)
Box 241
Financial Papers:
Box 242
Income and Expenses 1976-1979
(5 folders)
Box 242
Budget, 1979
Box 242
Financial Statements, 1979
(2 folders)
Box 242
Financial Papers:
Box 243
Actual Budget, 1980
Box 243
1981
(2 folders)
Box 243
1982
(2 folders)
Box 243
Financial Papers:
Box 244
1983-1986
(5 folders)
Box 244
Telephone Logs, 1979-1983
(5 folders)
Box 245

7. Personal and Boards Series, 1949?1986, undated

Chiefly letters, memoranda, and clippings. Focuses on Hanes's involvement on the boards of various organizations, pertaining to the arts as well as to conservation of natural resources. Other folders relate to his interest in outdoor recreation. Arranged alphabetically by topic, organization, or personal name.

Alliance for Arts Education Committee 1975-1978, March 21
(3 folders)
Box 246
Alliance for Arts Education Committee 1978 March-1979 October and undated
(2 folders)
Box 247
American Ballet Theatre, 1975
Box 247
American National Theatre Fund, 1976
Box 247
American Land Trust: Correspondence, 1976
Box 247
American Land Trust: Information, 1976
Box 247
American Land Trust: Nathan P. Reed
Box 247
Appalachian Greenway, 1974 and 1980
Box 247
Appalachian Greenway: AHA Board Possibilities, 1975
Box 247
Appalachian Greenway: Bicentennial Administration, 1974
Box 247
Appalachian Greenway: Correspondence, 1972-1976 and undated
(2 folders)
Box 247
Appalachian Greenway: Correspondence, 1975-1976
(2 folders)
Box 248
Appalachian Greenway: Facts, 1972-1975
Box 248
Appalachian Greenway: History, 1974
Box 248
Appalachian Greenway: Maps/Information undated
Box 248
Appalachian Greenway: Meetings/Contacts, 1974-1975
Box 248
Appalachian Greenway: Meeting, Washington, DC, 1975
Box 248
Appalachian Greenway: Testimonials, 1974
Box 248
Appalachian Trail Conference: Correspondence, 1976
Box 248
Appalachian Trail Conference: Information, 1975-1976
Box 248
Art, 1973-1978
Box 248
Art, 1979-1980
Box 249
Art: Art Economist Board, 1981-1982
Box 249
Art: Correspondence, 1971-1975
(2 folders)
Box 249
Art: Correspondence, 1977
(2 folders)
Box 250
Art: Hirshhorn, Joe, 1976
Box 250
Art: Hulmer, Eric, 1976
Box 250
Art: Kluge, John, 1975-1977
Box 251
Art: White House Festival of the Arts
Box 251
Art: Winston-Salem--General
Box 251
Arts Council: Winston-Salem--Civil Ballet vs IRS, 1974
Box 251
Arts Council: Winston-Salem--Correspondence, 1974-1975
Box 251
Arts Council: Winston-Salem--Director's Interview, 1964-1966
(2 folders)
Box 251
Arts Council: Winston-Salem--Interviews, 1971
Box 252
Arts Council: Winston-Salem--Study Arts: Culture, 1972-1974
Box 252
Arts, Incorporated, 1980-1984
Box 252
Arts, Incorporated: Miami, Florida, 1980-1981 June
Box 252
Arts, Incorporated: Miami, Florida, 1981-June 1982
Box 253
Arts International, 1981-1984
Box 253
Arts International: Straight, Michael, 1981-1982
Box 253
Arts Resources Corporation, 1981-1982
Box 253
Associated Councils of the Arts, 1974-1976
Box 253
Awards, 1971-1983
Box 253
Awards: North Carolina Public Service Award, 1976
Box 253
Bank, 1978-1982
(2 folders)
Box 254
Biographical Information
Box 254
Black Mountain College, 1973-1974