Guide to the Rockwell Kent Ephemera Collection, 1920-1995
Table of Contents
- Collection Summary
- Biographical Note
- Scope and Content Note
- Subject Headings
- Related Material
- Administrative Information
- Access and Use
- Encoding Information
- Container List
|Repository:||Archives and Special Collections Library, Vassar College Libraries|
|Creator:||Kent, Rockwell, 1882-1971|
|Title:||Rockwell Kent Ephemera Collection|
|Quantity:||0.2 cubic ft. (1 box)|
|Abstract:||Primarily printed material relating to or including Kent's work.|
|Forms of Materials:||Printed material, news clippings, ephemera|
Rockwell Kent (1882-1971) was a painter, illustrator and printmaker.
Primarily printed material relating to or including Kent's work, including exhibition catalogs, christmas cards, promotional material and more.
This collection is open for research according to the regulations of the Vassar College Archives and Special Collections Library without any additional restrictions.
- For more information on, and materials produced by the Open Road Inc., see
- Some published materials were removed from this collection to be cataloged. For works illustrated by Rockwell Kent, please consult the
- Artists -- United States -- 20th century
- Illustrators, American
Encoded by Laura Finkel, June 2009.
Rockwell Kent Ephemera Collection, Archives and Special Collections Library, Vassar College Libraries.
Collection Processed by Laura Finkel, June 2009.
This is an artificial collection compiled by the Vassar College Library over a number of years.
At least some portion of the collection was a gift of Arthur H. Groten.
|Folder 1||Christmas card fragment - "Still the breath does move...," 1920|
|Folder 2||Clipping from the Pittsburgh Gazette about Carnegie Institute Exhibit, 5 July 1924|
|Folder 3||Exhibition catalog - Carnegie Institute, |
|Folder 4||Christmas card, 1926|
|Folder 5||Weyhe Gallery catalog for Wanda Gág's work (with introduction by Kent), |
|Folder 6||Exhibition catalog - Wildenstein and Co., 1927|
|Folder 7||Program for the 3rd Annual Exhibition of the American Institute of Graphic Arts, 1928|
|Folder 8||Stationery for The Open Road, Inc.. [ca. 1928]|
|Folder 9||Promotional leaflet for Later Bookplates and Marks of Rockwell Kent, 1937|
|Folder 10||U.S. postage stamps featuring a Rockwell Kent design, 1939|
|Folder 11||Proof cards for [The Mountains Wait], [ca. 1942] (2 sets of 4 cards)|
|Folder 12||Matchbook cover advertising Asgaard Dairy, [ca. 1948]|
|Folder 13||Promotional leaflet for Kent as a lecturer, Columbia Lecture Bureau, [ca. 1940s]|
|Folder 14||Program for the Explorer's Club 46th Annual Dinner, 1950|
|Folder 15||Christmas card from Rockwell and Sally Kent, 1962 or Later|
|Folder 16||Program from the Essex County (NY) Historical Society Kent Exhibit, 1971|
|Folder 17||Christmas card - "Ice Floes, Newfoundland," 1973|
|Folder 18||Catalog for Kent print sale by Associated American Artists, 1975|
|Folder 19||Invitation for Kent exhibition at Larcada Gallery (New York), 1975|
|Folder 20||Catalogue for the Center for Music, Drama and Art exhibit of Kent Christmas cards, 1977|
|Folder 21||Christie's auction catalogue - "Rockwell Kent and Other Modern Illustrators," 1995|
|Folder 22||Advertising card for Kent, reading, "Architectural and General Designing and Rendering in Any Medium," n.d.|
|Folder 23||Advertising card for Asgaard Dairy, n.d.|
|Folder 24||Advertising card for Asgaard Flour, n.d.|
|Folder 25||Bookmark for the American Cancer Society, n.d.|
|Folder 26||Advertising card for Kent "On Earth Peace" Stamp, n.d.|
|Folder 27||Christmas card - [Angel over sheath of wheat], n.d.|
|Folder28||Christmas card - "Books Make the Home," n.d.|
|Folder 29||Christmas card - "Designed for the Friends of Lenthéric," n.d.|
|Folder 30||Christmas card - "To the Universe," n.d.|
|Folder 31||Christmas card - Printed for the American Artists Group, n.d.|
|Folder 32||Christmas card - "On Earth Peace," n.d.|
|Folder 33||Christmas postcard for Provident Mutual Life Insurance - "Winter," n.d.|
|Folder 34||Fragment - Christmas scene [cut from a magazine?], n.d.|
|Folder 35||Greeting card - "Heavy Heavy Hangs Over Thy Head." n.d.|