Collection of exhibition catalogues assembled by William Spurlock, representing work from his time as Director of University Art Galleries at Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio, and Curator of Exhibitions and Contemporary Art at the Santa Barbara Museum of Art in California. All of the catalogues are signed by Spurlock, and inscribed to Trinity University.Spurlock, William
"Luminous Realities: Project and Video Art." David Cort, October 5-9, 1975. Tony Conrad, Douglas Davis, Anthony McCall, Nam June Paik, Paul Sharitss, Jud Yalkut, October 14-24, 1975. Wright State University Art Gallery. Jud Yalkut, Guest Curator. Introduction by William Spurlock. Inscribed by Spurlock.
Rudolf Baranik, "Napalm Elegy and Other Works." Conversation with Rudolf Baranik, Charlene Spurlock, and William Spurlock. Essay by Donald B. Kuspit. Wright State University Art Galleries, Dayton, Ohio, February 3-19, 1977. Inscribed by Spurlock.
Barry Le Va, "Accumulated Vision: Extended Boundaries." Wright State Art Galleries, Dayton, Ohio, March 3-25, 1977. Essay by William Spurlock. Inscribed by Spurlock.
"The Commonplace Books of John Willenbecher Begun in 1961." The Fine Arts Gallery at Wright State University, Dayton, Ohio, 1977. Introduction by John Willenbecher. Inscribed by William Spurlock.
"16 Projects/4 Artists: A Cooperative Workshop/Exhibitions Program." 1976-1977. Siah Armajani, Larry Bell, Lloyd Hamrol, Pat Steir. Fine Arts Gallery, Wright State University, Dayton, Ohio, 1977. Forward by William Spurlock. Introduction by Lawrence Alloway. Inscribed by Spurlock.
"16 Projects/4 Artists: A Cooperative Workshop/Exhibitions Program." 1977-1978. Laurie Anderson, Dennis Oppenheim, Michelle Stuart, William Wegman. Fine Arts Gallery, Wright State University, Dayton, Ohio, 1978. Introduction by William Spurlock. Inscribed by Spurlock.
Richard Fisher, "Current Charts: Chosen Lands." Exhibition held at the Fine Arts Gallery at Wright State University, Dayton, Ohio, February 9 through March 1, 1978.
"Richard Fisher: Orientation, Migration and Actualization of Time" by Elizabeth Gray.
"Richard Fisher: Passages from the Notebooks."
"Notes on Current Charts: Chosen Lands" by William Spurlock.
Inscribed by Spurlock.
"Dialogue/Discourse/Research." David Antin, Eleanor Antin, Helen Mayer Harrison/Newton Harrison, Fred Lonidier, Barbara Strasen. Santa Barbara Museum of Art. September 1 through October 28, 1979. Preface by Paul Chadbourne Mills. Text by William Spurlock. Inscribed by Spurlock.
"Sam Richardson: Landscape Constructs." Accompanying an installation by Sam Richardson designed for the Santa Barbara Museum of Art and exhibited there from March 28 to May 3, 1981. Introduction by William Spurlock. Inscribed by Spurlock.
Roland Reiss, "Psycho-Social Environments." Introduction by William Spurlock. Conversation with Roland Reiss, Rae Blakeney, and William Spurlock. Published on the occasion of an exhibition entitled "Roland Reiss: The Dancing Lessons and The Morality Plays." Santa Barbara Museum of Art, 28 March through 3 May, 1981. Inscribed by William Spurlock.
Typescript manuscript of Jesse Sumpter's memoir, as dictated to Harry Warren. The memoir describes Sumpter's experiences in the Mexican War, and as one of the first settlers of Eagle Pass, Texas. Warren was an amateur historian, and deposited copies of the manuscript at several libraries, including the University of Texas in Austin. The memoir was edited and annotated by Ben E. Pingenot for the Encino Press in 1969, and published under the title "Paso Del Aguila: a Chronicle of Frontier Days on the Texas Border."
This collection consists of architectural sets, plans, drawings, and concepts of various campus buildings. The collection is limited to Trinity's Skyline campus.Trinity University (San Antonio, Tex.)
Materials relating to the San Antonio chapter of the National Society of Arts and Letters, an organization dedicated to the promotion of arts and humanities in local communities. This collection includes meeting minutes, ephemera, and other documents.National Society of Arts and Letters (U.S.)
This collection consists of materials related to Colonel H. Haskell Ziperman's travels to Palestine while stationed in the Middle East in 1945. They include excerpts from letters to his wife; black and white photographs of Jerusalem; a copy of a typewritten guide "Iran to Palestine" written by prominent historian (and then First Lieutenant) John C. Greene; a map of Jerusalem; and informational pamphlets about Palestine.Ziperman, H. Haskell, 1915-1987
"Gethsemane," no publisher, no date. Contains six illustrations.
Rev. A.R. Ennis, "Round About Palestine," Jerusalem: Young Men's Christian Association of Great Britain with H.M. Forces in the Middle East, 1942. Includes a fold-out map.
"Guide-Map of Jerusalem for H.M. and Allied Forces," Jerusalem: Boulos Afif., no date.
"Guide Map of Jerusalem," Survey of Palestine, 1944. Includes typewritten "Do's and Don'ts While On Leave" from the Town Major's Office on the verso.