Category: Archive Dive
In doing research for a presentation about music at the Barnes Foundation, I found five handwritten pages of notes for a lecture delivered by Dr. Barnes at the Foundation on April 4, 1926...
October 25, 2013
by Barbara Anne Beaucar, Archivist
One of the many gems in our archival collection is the correspondence between Georgia O’Keeffe and Dr. Barnes. Beginning in 1927, O’Keeffe often wrote to Dr. Barnes, in her beautiful, fluid penmanship, about setting up a visit to the gallery.
July 26, 2013
by Amanda McKnight, Assistant Archivist and Librarian
Philadelphia claims to be the best beer drinking city in America and who am I to argue? We celebrate that every year during Philly Beer week which curiously lasts 10 days...
June 4, 2013
by Andrew Stewart, Director of Public Relations
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