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Morgan, Charles L., Papers, 1892-1976 (bulk 1916-1944)

Charles L. Morgan (1890-1947) Papers,

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Charles L. Morgan (1890-1947) Papers, 1892-1976 (bulk 1916-1944)

Accession Number: 2018.6

COLLECTION SUMMARY:
TITLE:Charles L. Morgan (1890-1947) Papers, 1892-1976
EXTENT:1 box (.5 linear feet) and 1 oversize portfolio.
REPOSITORY: Ryerson and Burnham Archives, Ryerson and Burnham Libraries,
The Art Institute of Chicago
111 S. Michigan Ave., Chicago, IL 60603-6110
(312) 443-7292 phone
rbarchives@artic.edu
http://www.artic.edu/aic/libraries/rbarchives/rbarchives.html
ABSTRACT:Small collection of photographs, drawings, and printed materials created or collected by Morgan, an architect and professor of architecture primarily known for his work as an architectural illustrator and delineator.
PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION:Printed papers, black and white photographs, black and white negatives, postcards, architectural drawings, drawings and watercolors on paper.
ORIGINATION: Morgan, Charles L., 1890-1947
ACQUISITION INFORMATION:This collection of papers was donated by David Schilling in 2017.

BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH:
Born October 13, 1890 in Mt. Vernon, IL, Morgan graduated from the University of Illinois in 1914. For the next year he worked as an architect for the firm Davidson, Lockwood & Morgan before leaving in 1915 to create his own architectural design and rendering firm. That same year he married Beth Bennett Knowlton, and the two had their first and only child, Betty-Kay Morgan, in 1917. In 1926 Morgan went to Europe to sketch with Frank Brangwyn, which led to him publishing Color Sketches: Spain, France, England in 1927. Upon his return to the U.S. he worked as an associate architect for the famed Powhatan Building in Chicago and as an associate of Frank Lloyd Wright. He also served as a delineator and artist for architectural firms across Chicago, including Holabird & Roche, Dubin & Eisenberg, and George C. Nimmons and Co., among others. From 1933-1937, Morgan taught architecture at Kansas State College, Manhattan, before moving to Lakeland, Florida to serve as Wright’s "personal representative" during the construction of Florida Southern College. His wife passed away in 1939, and he moved back to Kansas soon after, teaching architecture at the University of Kansas, Lawrence, until 1943. Morgan died April 10, 1947 in Port Richie, Florida.

SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE:
This small collection features photographs, drawings, papers, and printed matter created or collected by Charles Morgan. Works created by Morgan include architectural renderings, both for professional and personal use; travel drawings, some of which appeared in his 1927 book; and several other personal photographs and drawings depicting urban and rural scenes, boats, and people. The items collected by Morgan primarily appeared to serve as inspiration for his work, among them photographs of boats, buildings and bridges across Europe and works of art as printed in books and magazines. There is also a small collection of portraits, of Morgan and others, and a file dedicated to publicity materials for his work.

ORGANIZATION AND ARRANGEMENT:
SERIES I: WORKS BY MORGAN. This series has been divided into three subseries. A. ARCHITECTURE PROJECTS This subseries is arranged alphabetically. In addition to drawings by Morgan, there are also photos of projects he was involved with. B. TRAVEL DRAWINGS This subseries is divided by country -- Belgium, Colombia, France, Spain, United Kingdom, United States -- and then alphabetically by title. Many works in this subseries appeared in Morgan's 1927 travel drawings book. C. OTHER This subseries has been divided into four sections -- boats, people, urban scenes, other -- and from there items are arranged alphabetically by title/subject.

SERIES II: PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL PAPERS. This series has been divided into three subseries. A. RESEARCH AND INSPIRATION This subseries contains works likely used as inspirational material for Morgan's work, collected mostly from magazines and books. It is divided into four sections- architecture, boats, fine arts/cartoons, other. B. PORTRAITS Items in this subseries have been divided into two subseries: portraits of Morgan and portraits of others. Portraits of others are arranged alphabetically by subject. C. PUBLICITY Materials in this folder include flyers for "chalk-talks", talks and lessons on architecture given by Morgan on his travels, and an article about Morgan's work published after his death.

CONTROLLED ACCESS POINTS:
This collection and other related materials may be found under the following headings in online catalogs:
Charles, Morgan L., 1890-1947
Charles, Morgan L., 1890-1947--Archives
Architecture--Illinois--Chicago--20th century--Sources
Architects--Illinois--Chicago--Archives

ABBREVIATIONS:
AbbreviationDefinition
BOX.FFBox #, Folder #
c.circa
OPOversize Portfolio
n.d.not dated

RELATED MATERIALS IN THE RYERSON AND BURNHAM ARCHIVES, THE ART INSTITUTE OF CHICAGO:
Edward H. Bennett Collection, 1973.1
Historic Architecture and Landscape Image Collection, 00.20
Sullivaniana Collection, 1931.1

RELATED MATERIALS IN THE INSTITUTIONAL ARCHIVES, THE ART INSTITUTE OF CHICAGO:
Additional works by Charles L. Morgan can be found in the Chicago Architectural Sketch Club collection in the Institutional Archives.

RELATED MATERIALS IN CURATORIAL DEPARTMENTS, THE ART INSTITUTE OF CHICAGO:
Architectural drawings by Charles L. Morgan are held in the permanent collection of the Department of Architecture and Design.

PHYSICAL LOCATION:
The collection is housed in the Ryerson and Burnham Libraries' on-site stacks.

ACCESS RESTRICTIONS:
This collection may be used by qualified readers in the Reading Room of the Ryerson and Burnham Libraries at The Art Institute of Chicago. Collections maintained on-site are available for patron use without prior arrangement or appointment. Collections maintained on-site are available for patron use without prior arrangement or appointment. Collections maintained in off-site storage will be retrieved with advance notification; please consult the Archivist for the current retrieval schedule. For further information, consult http://www.artic.edu/aic/libraries/rbarchives/rbarchaccess.html

USER RESTRICTIONS:
The Art Institute of Chicago is providing access to the materials in the Libraries' collections solely for noncommercial educational and research purposes. The unauthorized use, including, but not limited to, publication of the materials without the prior written permission of the Art Institute is strictly prohibited. All inquiries regarding permission to publish should be submitted in writing to the Archivist, Ryerson and Burnham Archives, The Art Institute of Chicago. In addition to permission from the Art Institute, permission of the copyright owner (if not the Art Institute) and/or any holder of other rights (such as publicity and/or privacy rights) may also be required for reproduction, publication, distribution, and other uses. Responsibility for making an independent legal assessment of any item and securing any necessary permissions rests with the persons desiring to publish the item. The Art Institute makes no warranties as to the accuracy of the materials or their fitness for a particular purpose.

PREFERRED CITATION:
Charles L. Morgan Papers, Ryerson and Burnham Archives, The Art Institute of Chicago.

PROCESSING INFORMATION:
The collection was processed by Jorie Braunold of the Ryerson and Burnham Archives in 2018.

ITEM INVENTORY:
LOCATIONCONTENTSDATESITEMS

SERIES I: WORKS BY MORGAN



ARCHITECTURE PROJECTS:
Box.FF 1.8
Agudas Achim North Shore Congregation, Chicago, IL.
Toned photograph. Sketch of view. Building designed by Dubin and Eisenberg.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 1.8
Bennie-Dillon Building, Nashville, TN.
Toned photograph. Sketch of view. Building designed by Asmus & Clark.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 1.8
Century of Progress International Exposition, Italian Pavilion.
Toned photograph. Sketch of view. Building designed by Adalberto Libera, Mario De Renzi, Antonio Valante, and Alexander V. Capraro.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 1.8
Chicago Carton Company, Manufacturing Plant, Chicago, IL.
Toned photograph. Sketch of view. Building designed by F.E. Davidson.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 1.8
City Methodist Church, Gary, IN.
Toned photograph. Sketch of view. Building designed by Lowe & Bollenbacher.
n.d. 1
OP 1.5
Detroit University, Detroit, MI.
Toned photograph. Aerial sketch of view. Building designed by Malcomson & Higginbotham.
1929 1
Box.FF 1.8
Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago, IL.
Postcards. Rendering for the Chicago Architectural Sketch Club. Building designed by D.H. Burnham & Co. Two copies.
1922 2
OP 1.5
Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago, IL.
B&W photograph. Larger image of rendering for the Chicago Architectural Sketch Club. Building designed by D.H. Burnham & Co.
1922 1
Box.FF 1.8
First Church of Christ, Scientist, South Bend, IN.
Toned photographs. Sketch of view. Building designed by Leon E. Stanhope.
1916 1
Box.FF 1.8
First Congregational Church of Western Springs, Western Springs, IL.
Toned photographs. Two aerial drawings for "Community Church- Western Springs". One notes: "A typical preliminary litho sketch for etching." Building designed by George Grant Elsmlie.
n.d. 2
Box.FF 1.8
First Presbyterian Church, Wausau, WI.
Toned photographs. Two schemes. Building designed by Childs & Smith.
n.d. 2
Box.FF 1.8
Fourth Presbyterian Church, Chicago, IL.
Postcard. Rendering for the Chicago Architectural Sketch Club. Building designed by Ralph Adams Cram.
1922 1
Box.FF 1.8
Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary, Evanston, IL.
Toned photographs. Photos by unknown photographer and sketch of view by Morgan. Building designed by Holabird & Roche.
n.d. 5
OP 1.5
Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary, Evanston, IL.
Ink on paper. Building study.
1922 1
OP 1.5
Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary, Evanston, IL.
Toned photograph. Sketch of view. Inscription added by Morgan in 1945.
1930 1
Box.FF 1.8
Georgian, The, Evanston, IL.
Printed papers. One side depicts the building's entrance, the other side features a rendering of the entire building (attributed to Morgan). Building designed by Albert S. Hecht.
n.d. 1
REST
Grand Central Station (proposed), Chicago, IL.
Ink and pastel on tracing paper and toned photograph. Site maps and rendering for a train station with airport on roof to be located next to Lake Michigan. Includes plans for a super highway and school system. Designed by Williams & Morgan.
n.d. 3
Box.FF 1.8
Lake Theatre, Warsaw, Indiana.
Toned photograph. Titled "Theatre for Mallers Bros." Sketch of view. Building designed by Erwin G. Fredrick. Inscription on bottom, possibly by Fredrick.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 1.8
M.E. Church, Ladysmith, WI.
Toned photograph. Sketch of view. Building designed by Lowe & Bollenbacher.
1919 1
Box.FF 1.8
Mutual Insurance Building, Chicago, IL.
Toned photograph. Sketch of view. Building designed by Fugard & Knapp (original), addition by Leo B. Steif & Co.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 1.8
National Steel Cabinet Company Building, Chicago, IL.
Toned photograph. Sketch of view. Building designed by Dubin and Dubin.
1945 1
Box.FF 1.8
New Majestic Theatre, Houston, TX.
Toned photograph. Sketch of view. Building designed by John Eberson.
n.d. 1
OP 1.5
Northwestern University, Chicago Campus.
Printed paper. Sketch of commerce, medical and dental buildings.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 1.8
Olympia Fields Country Club, Olympia Fields, IL.
Toned photograph. Aerial sketch of view. Building designed by George C. Nimmons & Co.
n.d. 1
OP 1.5
"Olympic Games."
Toned photograph. Rendering. Appears to be related to proposal for a new (unbuilt) Grand Central Station in Chicago.
n.d. 1
OP 1.5
Plymouth Building, Chiago, IL.
Negative. Sketch of view (as LaSalle Extension University building). Originally designed by Simeon B. Eisendrath, later updated for LaSalle Extension University by W. Scott Armstrong in 1945.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 1.8
Powhatan Building, Chicago, IL.
B&W negative. Sketch of view. Building designed by Morgan and Robert Seeley DeGolyer.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 1.8
St. Mary's Academy, Salt Lake City, UT.
Toned photograph. Sketch of view. Building designed by Helmle & Helmle.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 1.8
Sears, Roebuck and Company Building, Boston, MA.
Toned photograph. Probably offices. Sketch of view. Building designed by George C. Nimmons & Co.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 1.8
Sears, Roebuck and Company Building, Detroit, MI.
Toned photograph. Probably offices. Sketch of view. Building designed by George C. Nimmons & Co.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 1.8
Sears, Roebuck and Company Building, Los Angeles, CA.
Toned photograph. Probably offices. Sketch of view. Building designed by George C. Nimmons & Co.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 1.8
South Shore Park, bath house (proposed), Milwaukee, WI.
Toned photograph. Sketch of view. Building designed by Alfred C. Clas.
1917 1
Box.FF 1.8
Tribune Tower Competition submission (aka, Chicago Tribune Building competition).
Toned photograph. Sketch of view. Building designed by Louis Bourgeois. Note written by Morgan on the back.
c.1922 1
Box.FF 1.8
"University Club and Monroe Building from Grant Park."
Postcard. Rendering for Chicago Architectural Sketch Club.
1922 1
Box.FF 1.8
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Catholic Foundation.
B&W photograph. Building study. Building designed by James M. White.
1922 1
OP 1.5
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Kappa Alpha Theta House
Charcoal on paper. Sketch of view. Building designed by George Ramey.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 1.8
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Wesley Foundation.
Toned photograph. Aerial sketch of view. Building designed by Holabird & Roche.
1917 1
Box.FF 1.8
Walker Axle Co., Chicago, IL.
Toned photograph. Sketch of entrance. Building designed by George C. Nimmons & Co.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 1.8
Westminster Presbyterian Church, Decatur, IL.
Toned photograph. Sketch of view. Building designed by Brooks, Bramhall & Dague.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 1.8
Wrigley, William Jr., Building, Chicago, IL.
Postcard. Titled, "Wrigley Building from The Tribune Building." Rendering for Chicago Architectural Sketch Club. Building designed by Charles Beersman and the firm of Graham, Anderson, Probst, White.
1922 1
Box.FF 1.8
Unidentified building.
Toned photograph. Sketch of interior. Building designed by Richard G. Schmid & Co.
1922 1
Box.FF 1.8
Unidentified building.
Toned photograph. Sketch of view. Building designed by Chas L. Wallace.
1920 1
Box.FF 1.8
Unidentified building (commercial).
Toned photograph. Sketch of view. Building designed by Helmle & Helmle.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 1.8
Unidentified building (factory/manufacturing plant).
Toned photograph. Sketch of view.
n.d. 1
OP 1.5
Unidentified building on S. Exchange Ave. at 77th St., Chicago, IL.
Pastel on tracing paper. Sketch of view. Never built.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 1.8
Unidentified building (possibly apartment building).
Toned photograph. Sketch of view. Building designed by Fox & Fox.
c 1
Box.FF 1.8
Unidentified building (possibly apartment building).
Toned photograph. Sketch of view. Building designed by Leon F. Urbain.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 1.8
Unidentified building (possibly hotel).
Toned photograph. Sketch of view.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 1.8
Unidentified building (possibly university).
Toned photograph. Sketch of view. Building designed by Holabird & Roche. Likely unbuilt.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 1.8
Unidentified building (possibly university).
Toned photograph. Sketch of view. Building designed by Dean & Dean.
n.d. 1
OP 1.5
Unidentified building (possibly university or church).
Pastel on paper. Sketch of view.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 1.8
Unidentified church.
Toned photograph. Sketch of view. Building designed by John E. Zimmer.
1923 1
Box.FF 1.8
Unidentified residence, Wilmette, IL.
Toned photograph. Sketch of view. Inscription reads, "Happy New Year! Hill & 14th Streets -- Wilmette - Illinois."
n.d. 1
OP 1.5
Unidentified residence.
Charcoal on tracing paper. Very rough sketch of floor plan.
n.d. 1
OP 1.5
Unidentified residence.
Charcoal on tracing paper. Very rough sketch of first floor plan.
n.d. 1
OP 1.5
Unidentified residence.
Pastel on paper. Rendering of rural residence.
1932 1

TRAVEL DRAWINGS:
BELGIUM.
Box.FF 1.2
"Salute Belgium."
Toned photograph. Sketch of young woman in Belgian town.
n.d. 1

COLOMBIA.
OP 1.2
"III half Indians, Pamplona 1942."
Ink on paper. Sketch of three young women in front of a church. Inscription on image by Morgan.
1942 1
OP 1.2
Untitled (close to Bogota).
Ink on paper. Sketch of mountain town. Inscription on image by Morgan from 1942.
1942 1
OP 1.2
Untitled (man with bulls in Techo).
B&W photograph. Sketch of man with two yoked bulls. Two inscriptions by Morgan- one written in 1940, the other in 1944.
04/1940 1
Box.FF 1.2
Untitled (Paipa, Santander de Norte.)
Ink on paper. Sketch of sheep in town. Inscription by Morgan from 1943.
03/1942 1

FRANCE.
OP 1.2
"L'Enfant- Musée du Luxembourg."
Toned photograph. Part of "Youth Series". Two copies, one includes inscription by Morgan from 1944.
1926 2
OP 1.2
"Memorial Flame" becomes "Victory Flame".
Toned photograph. Sketch of Arc de Triomphe. Part of "Youth Series". Inscription by Morgan from Sept. 7, 1944.
1926 1
Box.FF 1.10
"Normandy."
Toned negative. Sketch of horse-drawn cart.
1926 1
OP 1.2
"Normandy Shaggyfoot horses."
Toned photograph. Sketch of horse-drawn cart. Part of "Youth Series". Same image as negative entitled, "Normandy". Inscription by Morgan from 1944.
1926 1
Box.FF 1.10
"The Pantheon, Paris."
Toned photograph. Sketch of view.
1926 1
Box.FF 1.10
"Repair Docks- Le Havre, France."
Printed paper. Sketch of view.
1926 1
OP 1.2
"Repairs at Avignon, France."
Printed paper. Sketch of view.
1926 1

SPAIN.
OP 1.2
"A Street in Toledo."
Toned photograph. Sketch of view.
1926 1
OP 1.2
"Segovia Aqueducto."
Pastel on paper. Sketch of view.
1926 1
OP 1.2
Untitled (Alcantara Bridge).
Toned photograph. Sketch of view.
1926 1

UNITED KINGDOM.
Box.FF 1.10
"Barisbrooke Castle."
Toned photograph. Sketch of view. Likely Carisbrooke Castle.
1926 1
OP 1.2
"Horsham, 1926."
Toned photograph. Sketch of view. Part of "Youth Series". Inscription by Morgan written 1944.
1926 1
Box.FF 1.10
"Near Ditchling, England."
Toned photograph. Sketch of view.
1926 1
Box.FF 1.10
"Tower Bridge, London."
Printed paper. Sketch of view as it appeared in The Western Architect. Inscription by Morgan.
1927 1
OP 1.2
"Tower Bridge, London."
B&W photograph. Sketch of view. Part of "Youth Series". Same image as one printed in The Western Architect. Inscription by Morgan from 1944.
1927 1

UNITED STATES.
Box.FF 1.10
"Europa and the Bull." By Carl Milles in the Detroit Institute of Arts.
Watercolor on paper.. Study of work.
1935 1
Box.FF 1.10
"Minnesota 1930."
Pastel on paper. Sketch of forest.
1930 1
REST
"Navy Yard- Boston Mass."
Pastel on tracing paper. Sketch of boats in harbor.
n.d. 1

UNIDENTIFIED.
Box.FF 1.10
Untitled (horse-drawn cart).
Toned photograph. Sketch of view.
n.d. 1


OTHER:
BOATS.
OP 1.4
"S.A. Stitch [?]."
Charcoal on tracing paper.
1942 1
OP 1.4
Untitled (battleship).
Pastel on paper.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 1.9
Untitled (boats in dock/entrance to beach).
Toned photograph. View of two sketches.
n.d. 1
OP 1.4
Untitled (sailboat).
Charcoal on paper. Attributed to Morgan.
n.d. 1
OP 1.4
Untitled (schooner).
Pastel on paper. Attributed to Morgan.
n.d. 1

PEOPLE.
Box.FF 1.9
Carver, George Washington.
B&W photograph. Inscription reads, "Sketched from magazine cut."
1944. 1
Box.FF 1.9
"Love and Peace."
Watercolor on paper. Sketch of young girl releasing dove.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 1.9
Morgan, Betty-Kay.
Toned photograph. Sketched portrait.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 1.9
"Mother Rose."
B&W photograph. Inscription reads, "To Lillian, Virginia, Heron, Hanford. In fondest memory of Joy Rose."
1944. 1
OP 1.4
Study of "Childhood of Jesus".
Charcoal on paper. Original work by H.J. Sinkel.
n.d. 1
OP 1.3
Unidentified man.
Ink on paper. Portrait.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 1.9
Unidentified young woman.
Pastel on tracing paper. Portrait.
n.d. 1
OP 1.4
Untitled (people in the lake).
Watercolor on paper. Attributed to Morgan.
n.d. 1
OP 1.4
Untitled (vignettes).
Charcoal on paper. Attributed to Morgan. View of three individual sketches.
n.d. 1

URBAN SCENES.
REST
"By the Fluor Corp. Ltd."
Pastel on paper. Sketch of view.
1943 1
Box.FF 1.9
"Steel Mills at South Chicago."
Charcoal on paper. Sketch of view.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 1.9
"Steel Mills at South Chicago."
Postcard. Sketch of view copied for the Chicago Architectural Sketch Club.
n.d. 1
REST
Untitled (Aerial view of Wacker Dr.).
Pastel on paper. Attributed to Morgan.
n.d. 1
OP 1.4
Untitled (DuSable Bridge).
Pastel on paper. Sketch of view. Inscription by Morgan below image.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 1.9
Untitled (Michigan Ave. and Monroe St.).
Pastel on paper and printed papers. View of University Club, Monroe Building, and Illinois Athletic Club Building. Multiple versions.
1931 5
REST
Untitled (Wacker Dr. and Michigan Ave.).
Pastel on paper and printed paper. Attributed to Morgan. Two versions of same work.
n.d. 1

OTHER.
Box.FF 1.9
"Lincoln Park Way Drive."
Postcard. Sketch of view for the Chicago Architectural Sketch Club.
1921 1
Box.FF 1.9
Untitled (country road).
B&W photograph. Sketch of view.
n.d. 1
REST
Untitled (lion).
Pastels on paper. Poem written below image of lion. Attributed to Morgan.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 1.9
Untitled (mountains behind the trees).
Pastels on paper. Sketch of view.
n.d. 1






LOCATIONCONTENTSDATESITEMS

SERIES II:PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL PAPERS



RESEARCH AND INSPIRATION:
Box.FF 1.4
Architecture.
Printed papers, toned photographs, postcards and B&W photographs. Includes postcards featuring Northwestern University campus buildings and Michigan Avenue, photographs of buildings and bridges in Europe, photograph in newspaper of the Bahai Temple, photographs of unidentified buildings/cityscapes, and tearsheets from books of architecture and interior design.
Various 22
Box.FF 1.5
Boats.
Printed papers and toned photographs. Mostly photographs of large ships. Also includes tearsheets from books, magazines and newspapers with drawings and photographs of many different types of boats.
Various 37
Box.FF 1.6
Fine art/cartoons.
Printed papers. Collection of drawings and photographcs of various subjects and styles; most are tearsheets from books and magazines.
Various 28
Box.FF 1.7
Other.
Charcoal on paper, ink on tracing paper, printed papers and brochures. Includes tearsheets from magazines, sketches with unknown attribution, 1893 Columbian Exposition memoriabilia including a series of lithographs printed in the Chicago Tribune Art Supplmenent and an "Offical World's Fair Guide, Map, and Directory", a 1906 London tour guide, paper dolls, a flyer for the "American Home Model J902, American System-Built Houses" by Frank Lloyd Wright, and the front page of L'art International D'aujord'hui signed by Morgan.
Various 18

PORTRAITS:
PORTRAITS OF MORGAN.
Box.FF 1.2
Various.
Toned photograph, pastel on paper, printed paper and lithograph.
c.1910s-1930s 4
REST
Various.
Charcoal on tracing paper and charcoal on paper.
c.1920s-1930s 2

PORTRAITS OF OTHERS.
REST
"IT."
Charcoal on tracing paper. Sketch of older man. Signed inscription is mostly illegible, includes the word, "doctor".
1932 1
Box.FF 1.1
Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth.
Printed paper. Reprint of photo by J.H. Lamson taken in 1878.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 1.1
Nigard, Helen.
Pastel on board.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 1.1
Roosevelt, Theodore.
Printed paper.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 1.1
Wells, Newton A.
Printed paper.
n.d. 1
Box.FF 1.1
Unidentified woman.
Negative.
n.d. 1


PUBLICITY:
Box.FF 1.3
A Modern Chalk-Talk: "Sketching for You."
Printed paper. Flyer for Morgan's "chalk-talk". Two copies.
n.d. 2
Box.FF 1.3
"Mystery of murals on house front solved."
Printed paper. The Courier, Champaign-Urbana. Article about Morgan's murals with photos of Morgan and his work.
12/26/1976 1







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