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Correspondence files

Series consists of Tim Zuck’s personal and professional correspondence and includes letters, postcards, e-mails, faxes, notes, photographs and slides of other artists’ work, exhibition notices, and artist CVs. Filed according to name of correspondent.

Zuck, Tim, 1947-

Correspondence files

Series consists of Robert Markle’s “Letters” files of correspondence received, which were filed chronologically by Markle. Series also includes some correspondence files assembled by the archivist. File titles have been taken from Markle’s file labels, except for those in square brackets, which have been supplied by the archivist.

Markle, Robert, 1936-1990

Costume and textile items

Series consists primarily of items of clothing designed or decorated by Robert Markle. Includes a denim suit embroidered by Markle; 3 sports t-shirts and 2 baseball caps designed by the artist for the UIC Flyers; 1 t-shirt with painted design by Robert Markle; a baseball cap with “Red Man” tobacco logo; and a baseball cap with painted design of a nude woman. Series also includes a ripstop nylon banner designed by Robert Markle and sewn by Marlene Markle.

Markle, Robert, 1936-1990

David Moos’ records

Series comprises records from the Gallery Moos New York office that document David Moos’ academic and professional careers in the late 1980s and 1990s. Records include curricula vitae; applications to universities, fellowships and positions; correspondence; academic essays as well as essays, reviews and proposals written in a professional capacity including his collaborations with Rainer Crone and sample of the work of other fiction writers. .

Gallery Moos

Dealer files

Series contains correspondence, invoices, customs and shipping documents; shareholder reports (Here and Now Gallery), and a promissory note in the Carstairs Gallery file. Arrangement is alphabetical by dealer or gallery name

Abramov, Ayala Zacks, 1912-2011

Diaries

Series comprises personal diaries written by Jack Bush in Toronto between 1952 and 1976. The 24 volumes of diaries, a form of therapy suggested by Bush’s psychiatrist Allan Waters, describe events from his family life and career.

Bush, Jack

Diaries and address books

Series comprises F.H. Varley’s calendar-agenda books with notations for appointments, addresses and other memoranda. Pages in some items include graphite sketches. Item titles are chiefly from the title pages or covers of the items.

Diary binders

Series comprises some of the three-ring binders in which the Jack Bush diaries (series 1) were kept.

Bush, Jack

Documentation of Artwork

Series consists of photographs, copies, and print reproductions of Florence Vale’s artwork. Series includes slides of artwork kept by Florence Vale. Series includes a list of the artworks of Florence Vale, and documentation of artwork sales and transfers of possession.

Vale, Florence, 1909-2003

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