- Identification and Creation
- Object Number
Christopher Wilmarth, American (Sonoma, CA 1943 - 1987 New York, NY)
- Studio for the First Amendment, miscellaneous, 1978-1983 and 1986
- Archival Material
- Work Type
- archival material
- Persistent Link
- Acquisition and Rights
- Credit Line
- Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum, The Christopher Wilmarth Archive, Gift of Susan Wilmarth-Rabineau
- © Estate of Christopher Wilmarth / Susan Wilmarth-Rabineau
- Accession Year
- Object Number
- Modern and Contemporary Art
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- 1) Box advertising file folders filled with the following: 2 rubber stamps, one with the Studio for the First Amendment logo, the other a copyright stamp originally made for 1976 but it seems Wilmarth cut the last two numbers off of the year; file with 2 xeroxed pages of handwritten price list for works on view in the fall of 1979, 5 color transparencies of Studio logo, and 1 large cardboard logo still with the remnants of mounting tape on verso; file with 21 invoices, 1 a xerox of a handwritten page, the rest various pink, white, or yellow slips filled out in Wilmarth's hand; file with 2 typed, stapled sheets of cream laid Studio stationery titled THE OUTDOOR SCULPTURE OF CHRISTOPHER WILMARTH: Materials, Maintenance, and Permanence; and file with unused Studio stationery, envelopes, business cards, etc., and a poster for the Gnomon's Parade exhibition.
2) File folder with 2 blue-and-white diamond-shaped metal signs for the Studio, one wrapped in brown paper.
3) Green hanging file folder with xeroxed pages from a visitor's register from 1986 (probably from show at Hirschl & Adler); a slim navy blue notebook with a visitor's register from the inaugural Studio show in 1978; brown guestbook dated November of 1980.
4) Blue cloth-covered visitor's log for May 1982.
- Exhibition History
- Subjects and Contexts
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