Series 8
Writings/Illustrations
Boxes 108-110

Scope and Content Note

This series consists of materials relating to unpublished (or not-yet-published) writing by and about, and illustrations by Benny Andrews. Correspondence and printed material, including book reviews and postcards, related to the writing and illustrations contained in this series are also included. Materials include drafts of Richard J. Gruber's manuscript, American Icons: From Madison to Manhattan, The Art of Benny Andrews, 1948-1997 and Lisa Ann Meyerowitz's dissertation, Exhibiting equality: Black-run museums and galleries in 1970s New York, page galleys for books Benny Andrews illustrated such as, Blind Sight, The Hickory Chair, Pictures for Miss Josie, and Sky Sash So Blue, and unpublished drafts of artist's statements for his "Bicentennial" and "Collage" exhibits.

Arrangement Note

Arranged in alphabetical order.

Box Folder Content
108 1 American Icons (Manuscript) (1 of 2)
108 2 American Icons (Manuscript) (2 of 2)
108 3 American Icons: From Madison to Manhattan (Manuscript, p. 1-144)
108 4 American Icons: From Madison to Manhattan (p. 145-186)
108 5 American Icons: From Madison to Manhattan (Final Draft)
108 6 American Icons (Page Galleys) (1 of 2)
109 1 American Icons (Page Galley's) (2 of 2)
109 2 Andrews, Benny 1945-1982, undated
109 3 Andrews, Benny 1993-2000
109 4 Andrews, Benny (about)
109 5 Appalachee Red
109 6 "Art In Institutions"
109 7 Baby Sweets
109 8 "Bicentennial" Writings
109 9 Black Robes/Black Destiny
109 10 Blind Sight
110 1 "Collage" 1957-1986
110 2 Correspondence
110 3 Exhibiting Equality (Dissertation by L.A. Meyerowitz) (1 of 3) L.A. Meyerowitz) (1 of 3)
110 4 Exhibiting Equality (Dissertation by L.A. Meyerowitz) (2 of 3)
110 5 Exhibiting Equality (Dissertation by L.A. Meyerowitz) (3 of 3)
110 6 The Hickory Chair
110 7 Lakeside High School; AP U.S. History
110 8 Once Upon a Time in Atlanta
110 9 Pictures for Miss Josie
110 10 Poetry for Young People
110 11 Sky Sash So Blue
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