- Caroline Lerner Goldsmith papers related to Allan Kaprow, 1963-1984
- [archive] The Caroline Lerner Goldsmith papers related to Allan Kaprow contain slides, writings, printed material, and letters from the early 1960s document Goldsmith's association with Allan Kaprow and his "Happenings". Included are slides of the Happening (part of the Yam Festival) at George Segal's farm, South Brunswick, N.J., held May 19, 1963, to which Goldsmith had been invited, including images of Kaprow, Jim Dine, Yvonne Rainer, Dick Higgins, and La Monte Young. Printed material consists of clippings on Happenings by Kaprow, directions to Segal's farm, a mimeographed explanation of Happenings by Kaprow, and a handbill for 'Eat', a happening in the Bronx, January, 1963. Writings consist of a typescript of Kaprow's 'Pop Art', 1963 given at the Jewish Museum, a handwritten manuscript of the talk, and a script for a Happening called 'Calling' enacted by Kaprow in August, 1965. Correspondence is with Jean Lipman (then editor of Art in America) and Harvey Shapiro (of the Sunday New York Times), both of whom turned down Kaprow's lecture.
- See also: Interview with Caroline Goldsmith, conducted by Eleanor Munro at Goldsmith's home in New York City, June 10, 14, and 21, 2004. This interview is part of the Archives of American Art Oral History Program.
- WNYC Views on Art radio program interviews, 1967-1973
- [archive] Sound recording, master: 74 sound tape reels; sound recording/duplicate: 74 sound discs; untranscribed. 72 interviews of artists, art historians, administrators, curators, and others, conducted by Ruth Bowman for WNYC's "Views on Art" series. Interviewees include George Hamilton, Allan Kaprow, Max Kozloff, Abram Lerner.
- Howard Somers Conant papers, [ca.1946]-1985
- [archive] Seventy taped recordings of untranscribed interviews with artists, panel discussions, lectures, and conferences and 5 transcripts of lectures by artists, correspondence, photographs, typescripts and printed material. Also included are letters from Allan Kaprow, and others, many relating to requests for employment or responses to Conant's letters asking artists to participate in classes or conferences.
- Allan Kaprow Papers 1940-1997
- [archive] The Allan Kaprow Papers offer comprehensive documentation of an artistic career that spanned the latter half of the 20th century and continues into the 21st. Arranged chronologically so as to demonstrate the artist's passage from student of art and art history to practicing artist, art theorist and art educator, the collection contains drawings, term papers and notebooks from Kaprow's student days, followed by ca. 250 Project Files, comprising the complete extant documentation of Kaprow's Environments, Happenings, and Activities.
- [finding aid] Inventory of the Allan Kaprow Papers, 1940-1997 / Finding Aid prepared by Annette Leddy (Getty Research Institute 1998).
- Charles Boultenhouse and Parker Tyler Papers, 1927-1994
Charles Boultenhouse was a writer and filmmaker. His partner, for nearly thirty years, was the renowned film critic Parker Tyler.
- [archive] The Charles Boultenhouse and Parker Tyler Papers (1927-1994) consist of correspondence, published and unpublished manuscripts and typescripts of each man's writings, photographs, personal files and mementos, subject files, films and sound recordings, art work and printed material including books, periodicals, catalogs, and brochures.
- [finding aid] Inventory of the Charles Boultenhouse and Parker Tyler Papers.