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This collection consists solely of photographic copy prints of The Georgia O'Keeffe Foundation's Photograph Collection prior to the transfer of the collection from The Foundation to the Museum. Over 1000 copy prints originally created by a variety of different known and unknown photographers document O'Keeffe's life and work.
Collection includes materials relating to the history of Georgia O'Keeffe's home and studio in Abiquiu, New Mexico. Largely consists of photocopies.
The collection consists of interviews with Georgia O'Keeffe's surviving relatives, colleagues, friends, and employees as well as supporting project documentation. The bulk of the materials date from 2000 to 2003 and include audiocassette recordings, typed transcripts, photographs, and research and project records.
Papers compiled by Georgia O'Keeffe over the course of her life. Materials include the Abiquiu Notebooks and other business papers, biographical materials, house and property files, subject files, travel files, writings, notes, correspondence, clippings, and photographic material, and date from 1914 to 1991.
Reports, architectural drawings, and photographs relating to the 1996 Historic American Buildings Survey of Georgia O'Keeffe's Abiquiu house.
Color slides, transparencies and negatives, contact sheets, and digital surrogates created by Malcolm Varon of Georgia O'Keeffe in Northern New Mexico in summer and fall 1977. The order of arrangement is based on Varon's own inventory of the collection.
The Maria Chabot Archive includes correspondence, photographs, and film, dating from 1940 to 2001. The bulk of the material dates from the 1940s and relates to the experiences Chabot and O'Keeffe shared during the years Chabot lived with O'Keeffe at the artist's Ghost Ranch house (1941-1944) and oversaw the renovation of the ruined adobe hacienda that O'Keeffe purchased in 1945 in the village of Abiquiu (1946-1949).
The Maria Chabot Papers documents the life and work of Maria Chabot. The bulk of the items date from 1933 to the 1990s. There are biographical materials, correspondence, research, writing, materials related to her friendships, and materials related to her interests and many projects in the American Southwest.
This collection consists of copyprint photographs of the Ghost Ranch property dating from circa 1933-1934 when Arthur Pack owned the house. Multiple print copies and black and white negatives of the copyprints are included.