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Burt, Sarah L., 1952-2015

 Person

Dates

  • Existence: 1952 - 2015

Found in 107 Collections and/or Records:

Adams, Clinton, 1999-08-10

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Overview Clinton Adams (1918-2002) is interviewed by Sarah Burt about his encounters with Georgia O'Keeffe. Adams was professor of art and art history and dean of the College of Fine Arts at the University of New Mexico (UNM), Albuquerque, from 1961 to 1976; director of Tamarind Institute, UNM, from 1970 to 1985 (successor to Tamarind Lithography Workshop, Los Angeles, where Adams was associate director, 1960—61); editor of The Tamarind Papers, 1974 to 1990; and retired from teaching, 1985. Adams is...

Adams, Clinton, 2000-07-07

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Overview Clinton Adams (1918-2002) is interviewed by Sarah Burt about his professional association and friendship with Georgia O'Keeffe. The second of two oral history interviews with Adams conducted by Burt.

Adato, Perry Miller, 1997-12-09

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Overview Perry Miller Adato is an award-winning American documentary film producer, director and writer. She produced and directed a film on Georgia O'Keeffe, produced in cooperation with WNET/Thirteen (New York City) for the series Women in Art (first broadcast on the Public Broadcasting System on November 15, 1977). Adato is interviewed by Sarah Burt about the making of the film on Georgia O'Keeffe.

Allred, Elizabeth Bode, 2003-03-04

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Overview Elizabeth Bode Allred (b. 1928) is interviewed by Sarah Burt. Allred is the oldest daughter of Martin Bode, a German immigrant who settled in Abiquiu in the early twentieth century and eventually became owner of the town's general store. Martin Bode and O'Keeffe became good friends and O'Keeffe participated in many Bode family activities over the years. Allred primarily knew O'Keeffe through the painter's contact with her father and her brother Karl, who still lives in Abiquiu. See also a...

Archuleta, Remejio, 2003-05-14

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Overview Remejio Archuleta (b. 1933) was born in Abiquiu, where he lived until 1949, when he moved to Sacramento, California. During his teen years, he was one of a team of young village boys who worked on the rehabilitation of O'Keeffe's Abiquiu house under the direction of Maria Chabot. Archuleta is interviewed by Sarah Burt about his early years in Abiquiu and what it was like to work on O'Keeffe's house.

Bode, Karl, 2000-03-13

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Overview Karl Bode discusses Georgia O'Keeffe's house in Abiquiu among other topics with Sarah Burt and Agapita Lopez. Bode is the former owner of Bode's General Store in Abiquiu, New Mexico, which he acquired from his father, Martin Bode, a German immigrant who moved to the village in the early twentieth century. Martin Bode bought the house later owned by Georgia O'Keeffe, which he deeded to the Catholic Archdiocese of Santa Fe. O'Keeffe purchased the house from the Archdiocese. Karl Bode was a friend...

Brown, Rudd, 2001-05-12

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Overview Congressional candidate in 1958 and 1960 from California, Helen (Rudd) Brown is the granddaughter of William Jennings Bryan (three-time candidate for President and Secretary of State under Woodrow Wilson) and the daughter of Ruth Bryan Owen, who was the first woman elected to Congress in the South, serving as Representative from Florida from 1928 to 1932. Brown moved to California in 1954 where she became active in the Democratic Party and served as a delegate to the Democratic National...

Caponigro, Eleanor, 2003-03-10

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Overview Award-winning graphic artist and typographer, Eleanor Morris Caponigro (b. 1941) met O'Keeffe in 1977 when she was called in to collaborate with the artist on the production of the exhibition catalogue 'Georgia O'Keeffe: A Portrait by Alfred Stieglitz'. Caponigro continued her association and friendship with O'Keeffe, designing several books for the artist. Caponigro is interviewed by Sarah Burt.

Christopher, Katherine (Kay) Allred, 2003-01-23

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Overview Katherine (Kay) Allred Christopher (b. 1954) is the granddaughter of Martin Bode and daughter of Elizabeth Bode Allred. Christopher's family spent summers and Christmas holidays in Abiquiu, and the Bodes frequently included O'Keeffe in their gatherings. Christopher knew O'Keeffe from these family events and is interviewed about them by Sarah Burt.

Collier, Lucy, 2003-11-23

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Overview Lucy Collier (b. 1940), a developmental psychologist, is the third child of Charles and Nina Collier and the granddaughter of John Collier, Sr., commissioner of Indian Affairs under Franklin D. Roosevelt. Charles Collier befriended O'Keeffe and Alfred Stieglitz in the 1920s in New York City and remained friends with the artist into the 1970s. Lucy Collier knew O'Keeffe when she was a child and young adult, especially encountering the artist after Charles and Nina bought Mary Cabot Wheelwright's...