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Pouchée Ornamented Collection

  • H_M_C_T_ POC
  • Collection
  • 1782

Acquired from the UK-based private press of I.M. Imprimit, the Pouchée Specimen Sheets are a rare collection of antique ornamented types, originally produced at the foundry of Louis John Pouchée (b. 1782, d. 1845). The letters were engraved by hand in the 1820s as patterns from which metal types could be made and sold to poster printers. They are richly ornamented fat-face styles, incorporating images of flowers, fruit, animals, musical instruments, agricultural implements, and Masonic symbols within the letterforms.

Development

  • 7
  • collection
  • 1932-

Development

Irene Vermeers papers

  • SPEC 2
  • Collection
  • 1935-1937

The Irene Vermeers papers consist almost entirely of photographs of Art Center School in the mid-1930s, especially faculty portraits and student work. Some of her images were less formal and capture rare candid images of students. The bulk of the collection is photographs of an Industrial Design Department class project from the mid-1930s taught by Kem Weber, whose objective was to design and build a model for a future Art Center campus to be located on Wilshire Boulevard.

Also included in this collection are Art Center Photography faculty Al King's color theory notebooks and the camera and tripod she used as a student.

Gutterman, Irene

Charlie Potts photographs

  • SPEC 81
  • Collection
  • 1905-1940

The Charlie Potts photographs were primarily taken by Potts while he was a student and consist mainly of portraits of models. Also included are four early photographs of his family members and a few images labelled Preston Duncan Studio.

Potts, Charles

Daniel Otto photographs

  • SPEC 54
  • Collection
  • circa 1940

The Daniel Otto photographs are a self-portrait taken while he was a Photography student at Art Center School.

Otto, Daniel

Photography Department Field Trip photographs

  • SPEC 115
  • Collection
  • circa 1940-1942

The Photography Department Field Trip photographs are mainly images of students working on location shoots, most of which are Eddie Kaminski's class field trips. In addition, there are images of student work made on these shoots. These negatives and contact prints are believed to have been donated by an alumnus, most likely Morgan Sinclaire (PHOT 1942) based on the similarities with images in his collection. Some of the names and dates were identified by Richard Ham (PHOT 1951) in 2004.

Unknown

Ted Denton photographs

  • SPEC 85
  • Collection
  • 1942

The Ted Denton photographs is a photo of Art Center alumnus Bob Brown (ADVT 1932) in his shop taken by his friend, Denton.

Denton, Ted

Jim Bertoglio papers

  • SPEC 95
  • Collection
  • circa 1942

A 26-page book of black and white photographs titled "Parachutes" taken by Jim Bertoglio while a student at the Art Center School. The book was most likely created as a promotional tool to advertise Cole of California's participation in the War efffort. It includes images of company employees sewing parachute components and assembling the packs. The book is spiral bound with a clear acetate cover.

Bertoglio, Jim

Marion Strahl Boyer papers

  • SPEC 12
  • Collection
  • 1935-1942

The Marion Strahl Boyer papers consist mainly of photographs taken by Strahl during Art Center Photography Department field trips in 1942. Of interest is a trip to Yosemite with instructor Ansel Adams. Also included are photocopies of two magazine articles about Art Center photography students and six advertisements for Art Center School.

Strahl, Marion

Gerald P. B. Murison photographs

  • SPEC 22
  • Collection
  • 1942-1943

The Gerald P. B. Murison photographs are 50 black and white images (negatives and prints) taken by Murison and other students from 1942 to 1943. Of special interest are the photographs of his instructor Ansel Adams in the classroom. Also in this collection is a series titled A Day in the Life of an Art Center Photo Student which shows Murison at home and school.

Murison, Gerald P. B.

Fred Lyon photographs

  • SPEC 18
  • Collection
  • 1941-1943

The Fred Lyon photographs are images of Art Center Photography Department field trips and studio assignments shot by Lyon while he was a student. Of interest is a trip to Yosemite with instructor Ansel Adams.

Lyon, Fred

Virginia Adams artwork

  • SPEC 70
  • Collection
  • Late 1930s - early 1940s

Artwork by Virginia Adams, late 1930s-early 1940s, consisting of 20 pieces of mostly advertising original art, many in mat boards 7.5" x 8". Enclosure titled "Los Angeles Fashion Report Spring 1939" with 9 loose sheets of original fashion artwork. Several printed advertisements (some on newsprint) for I. Magnin & Co.

Adams, Virginia Legakes

Allen K. Saiget photographs

  • SPEC 68
  • Collection
  • 1947

The Allen K. Saiget photographs are digital prints of a 1947 dinner party held for Art Center Photography Department faculty and students at Allen and Wayne Saiget's parents' house.

Saiget, Allen K.

Mack Giblin photographs

  • SPEC 13
  • Collection
  • circa 1947

The Mack Giblin photographs are of photographer Valentino Sarra with Art Center faculty at a photography exhibit in the auditorium.

Giblin, Mack

John Treacy papers

  • SPEC 29
  • Collection
  • 1940-1948

This small collection related to transportation design was donated by John Treacy to Art Center after a nostalgic visit to the campus. It consists of photocopies of two letters and two automobile sketches, and four photographs of car designs by John Treacy and J. Gordon Legg.

Treacy, John

Dorothy Messenger photographs

  • SPEC 30
  • Collection
  • circa 1948

The Dorothy Messenger photographs are informal snapshots of her and her classmates at school and on field trips.

Johnson, Dorothy

Third Street photographs

  • SPEC 9
  • Collection
  • 1947-1949

The Third Street photographs are mainly candid shots of students working on projects and relaxing on campus. In addition, there are images of students painting at sites off campus. These copy negatives and contact prints are believed to have been donated by an alumnus. Some of the names and dates have been identified by an unknown person.

Unknown

Richard Hartt photographs

  • SPEC 46
  • Collection
  • circa 1949

The Richard Hartt photographs consist of a single portrait of Photography Department faculty member C. K. Eaton. The image was probably taken by a student for a class assignment and captures Eaton's fun personality.

Hartt, Richard

John Lichtenwalner photographs

  • SPEC 31
  • Collection
  • circa 1949

The John Lichtenwalner photographs consist of a single portrait of Art Center students taken in the school's auditorium around 1949.

Lichtenwalner, John

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