Sara Sanderson Papers
This collection contains the research used to prepare an article for Arts Indiana. It includes the article, research notes, interviews, and Marguerite Richey’s diary.
- 1928 - 1988
- Majority of material found within 1987 - 1988
- Sanderson, Sara (Creator, Person)
Language of Materials
Materials are in English.
Conditions Governing Access
This collection is open to the public without restriction.
Conditions Governing Use
The copyright law of the United States (Title 17, United States Code) govern the making of photocopies or other reproductions of copyrighted material.
.2 Cubic Feet (1 half-sized document case)
This collection contains the information compiled by Sara Sanderson for an article based on a diary written by Marguerite Richey in 1928 while in New York City with her husband, Oakley Richey. Oakley Richey was a Herron School of Art graduate and instuctor. The diary was discovered by Sara Sanderson who subsequently researched and wrote an article based on the diary.
Biographical / Historical
In 1928 Oakley and Marguerite Richey visited New York City so Oakley, a graduate and instructor at the Herron School of Art, could attend lectures and paint. His wife, Marguerite, kept a diary chronicling their six-month experience in the city. Sara Sanderson, a free-lance writer, acquired the diary from a thrift store in the mid-1980s and used the diary to form the basis for an article published in Arts Indiana in 1988 (call number: NX1 .A11 I53).
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Acquired by Sara Sanderson, 1989. A89-09
- Sara Sanderson Papers, 1928-1988 (bulk 1987-1988)
- Processed by Debra Brookhart
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