The Archive also includes exhibition files consisting of clippings, press releases, and itineraries, as well as Director´s records and video footage of interviews and events.MS58 Manfred Heiting Papers Heiting, named one of America´s top 100 art collectors by Art & Antiques magazine in 2003, worked for Polaroid (1965-1983) and American Express International Inc.Researchers can find substantial information about Bayou Bend, the Hogg family and Houston history, and American decorative arts, as well as the records of the River Oaks Garden Club.MS21 Ima Hogg Papers The papers offer photographs, scrapbooks, sound recordings, bound volumes, paper files and objects.At the Museum, photographs are displayed in thematic exhibitions and installations.People interested in specific works not on display may make an appointment to see them in the Works on Paper Study/Storage Center, the only facility of its kind in the Southwest. The Manfred Heiting Collection (See below for Manfred Heiting papers at the MFAH Archives) Explore selections from the collection of 4,000 photographs from Dutch collector Manfred Heiting, obtained by the MFAH in 2002.It includes video interviews with people such as Allen Ginsberg, Emile de Antonio, Jonas Mekas, and Rudy Wurlitzer as well as Robert Frank.Paper records include correspondence; drafts of essays and other manuscripts; film scripts; transcripts of interviews; reviews and articles from newspapers and magazines; loan forms and agreements; invitation lists and invitations; grants applications and supporting documents; and press kit materials.
They are not meant to be general bibliographies on any subject.The guides cover general art themes, artists, and cultures, as well as specific works from the Museum's collection. Staub and built between 19 for Ima Hogg and her brothers, William C. In 1957 she donated her home and her collection to the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.The home was opened to the public in 1966 and contains several thousand objects installed in some 28 period room settings, showcasing American decorative arts from 1620 through 1870.Michael Cheers, consists primarily of photographic material documenting the project that, in 1990, dispatched fifty photographers to chronicle the African American experience throughout the United States.
Among the photographers were Pulitzer prize winners Ozier Muhammad, John H. All images from the publication and exhibitions are included, as well as extensive photography created in the course of the project.RG17 Bayou Bend Records Included are the records of the director´s office, curator, education department, gardens, and financial records.