Subseries 14.7
H. Robert Bizinsky papers, 1947-1973
Box 115

Scope and Content Note

Subseries 14.7 consists of the papers of H. Robert Bizinsky (1915-1982), artist, who was a friend of Ralph McGill. Their friendship began in 1935 when Bizinsky impulsively took some sketches of backcountry to McGill. Included in this subseries is correspondence between McGill and Bizinsky, Mary Lynn Morgan and the Bizinskys, and Harold Martin and the Bizinskys. Also included are clippings of McGill's columns, obituaries, reviews of Martin's biography on McGill, and biographical information on Bizinsky. All materials are photocopies.

Box Folder Content
115 1 Correspondence: Ralph McGill to H. Robert Bizinsky, 1947, (late 1940's], 1950-1952, 1954, 1956, 1958-1964 (photocopies)
115 2 Correspondence: H. Robert and Eleanor Bizinsky/Mary Lynn Morgan, [late 1967-early 1968]-1970, 1973 (photocopies)
115 3 Correspondence: H. Robert Bizinsky/Harold Martin, 1969-1970, 1973 (photocopies)
115 4 Correspondence: Celestine Sibley to H. Robert and Eleanor Bizinsky, September 15, 1952 (photocopy)
115 5 Writings by Ralph McGill: "The South Has Many Faces," The Atlantic, 1963 April (photocopy)
115 6 Writings by Ralph McGill: "The 'Constitution' Story," Saturday Review, June 8, 1968 (photocopy)
115 7 Clippings about Ralph McGill, 1961 (photocopies)
115 8 Clippings and articles about the death of Ralph McGill, 1969 (photocopies)
115 9 Writings about Ralph McGill: The Southern Israelite, July 25, 1969
115 10 Ralph McGill, Reporter: Cover, title page, Introduction, p. 280-281 (photocopies)
115 11 Ralph McGill, Reporter: Reviews, 1973 (photocopies)
115 12 H. Robert Bizinsky: "The Lyrical Post-Impressionism of Robert Bizinsky," no date
115 13 H. Robert Bizinsky: Biographical information, no date
115 14 H. Robert Bizinsky: Biographical sketch of Bizinsky in Archives of American Art Journal, vol. 34, no.3