John H. Hauberg papers, 1923-2001  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Hauberg, John H. (John Henry),  1916-2002
Title
John H. Hauberg papers
Dates
1923-2001 (inclusive)
Quantity
32.71 cubic ft. (68 boxes)
Collection Number
2850
Summary
Papers of a Seattle civic leader, art patron, and businessman
Repository
University of Washington Libraries, Special Collections
Special Collections
University of Washington Libraries
Box 352900
Seattle, WA
98195-2900
Telephone: 206-543-1929
Fax: 206-543-1931
speccoll@uw.edu
Access Restrictions

Open to all users, but access to portions of the papers restricted. Contact repository for details.

Some material stored offsite; advance notice required for use.

Languages
English
Sponsor
Funding for encoding this finding aid was partially provided through a grant awarded by the National Endowment for the Humanities.


Biographical NoteReturn to Top

John H. Hauberg was a businessman, civic leader, philanthropist, and patron of the arts who helped to shape the civic, political and cultural landscapes of Seattle for over four decades.

John H. Hauberg was born in 1916 in Rock Island, Illinois. His father, John Henry Hauberg, was an attorney, businessman and noted local historian. His mother, Susanne Denkmann, was the daughter of lumber giant F.C.A. Denkmann, an early partner of Frederick Weyerhaeuser. Both of his parents were active in Rock Island's civic and cultural life.

Hauberg first came to the Pacific Northwest in 1938 while still a student at Princeton University and spent a summer working in Weyerhaeuser Company logging camps. He returned to Princeton, but left the University for good in 1939. He went to work once again in the forest products industry, first in the mills in Everett, then in the Midwest for Weyerhaeuser. After serving in the Army from 1943-1946, Hauberg entered the University of Washington School of Forestry (now the College of Forest Resources) and earned a bachelor's degree in 1949.

At a time when the forest industry knew little of reforestation, Hauberg recognized and was troubled by the wasted potential of logged-off lands. Stands of red alder, a tree then considered to have no commercial value, were taking over where old growth cedar forests once stood. Hauberg envisioned putting these lands back into production of commercially valuable Douglas fir. But he first needed to create a bureaucracy-free environment in which he could explore the problems of forest regeneration over the long term. In 1948, while still a student at the University of Washington, Hauberg began purchasing logged-off lands near Stanwood, about 50 miles north of Seattle. He sought out tracts with tree stumps from old growth timber, indicators of the land's tree-growing potential. He quickly acquired his first 5000 acres by buying smaller family-owned properties.

Family and professional obligations left Hauberg only the weekends to devote to his tree farm. He continued to purchase tracts of land in the face of increasing competition from large timber company. In 1950, with the help of friends he planted his first Douglas fir seedlings. After about five years of experimenting with planting and spraying methods, Hauberg and the forester he later hired were able to find the right combination of actions that led to Douglas fir regeneration on high site, or highly fertile, lands. His innovative research attracted the attention of other forest products companies. Eventually, the Pilchuck Tree Farm would grow to some 15,000 acres, with over 11,000 acres in plantation. It continues to be the site of research in forest resource management practices as well as a commercially successful enterprise.

In spite of his success in the timber industry, Hauberg is perhaps more widely known as a generous benefactor of the arts and prolific collector of artworks. His art interests range from contemporary to Pre-Columbian American and from fine arts to crafts. He has a special interest in Native American art and culture, which he traces back to his father. The elder Hauberg was a student of the Indian tribes near Rock Island and avid collector of Indian relics. As a youth Hauberg spent two summers working with a Sauk Indian chief and a Fox Indian chief to construct a summer and winter house in the museum that would house his father's collection of Indian artifacts. Thus, when in 1950 University of Washington anthropologist Erna Gunther sought Hauberg's help in raising funds for the Burke Museum to purchase a collection of Northwest Native art, he responded eagerly. Hauberg and friend Phil Padelford raised the necessary $10,000 in just three days. In gratitude Gunther allowed Hauberg and Padelford to each purchase one item from the collection. Hauberg chose a raven rattle. That piece, for which he paid $25, became the first in what was to become the largest collection of Coastal Native Indian art in private hands. He would donate the bulk of this collection to the Seattle Art Museum in 1994. Hauberg also built an extensive collection of Pre-Columbian art.

Hauberg has been a patron and friend of many noted contemporary Northwest artists, including Morris Graves, Kenneth Callahan, and Paul Horiuchi. His long association with the painter Mark Tobey was especially notable. Tobey left Seattle for Basel in 1960. Hauberg, however, was committed to establishing an enduring Tobey presence in the Pacific Northwest. Among his first major art gifts was the Tobey mural, Journey of the Opera Star, that he and his first wife, Anne Gould Hauberg, commissioned for the newly constructed Seattle Opera House. In the late 1960s, the Haubergs proposed establishing a Tobey museum as part of a larger cultural center they envisioned on the Pilchuck Tree Farm property. The Pacific Northwest Arts Center was incorporated to serve as the umbrella non-profit organization for the Tobey Museum and other projects. To secure Tobey's cooperation Hauberg paid Tobey a substantial monthly stipend. The payments, which began in 1971, would continue for the remainder of Tobey's life. In return, Tobey executed a will which left his entire estate to a Seattle-area arts institution. Tobey subsequently made another will that left his estate to his companion, Mark Ritter. The existence of contradictory wills set the stage for a contest over the estate following Tobey's death in April 1976. A PNAC-commissioned film of Tobey in Basel was completed in 1972. Plans for a rural Tobey museum, however, were scrapped prior to Tobey's death, due to funding and logistical problems. The Pacific Northwest Arts Center was absorbed into the Seattle Art Museum, which eventually received Tobey's memorabilia and art works in Tobey's Seattle studio from the artist's estate. The memorabilia later came to the University of Washington Libraries as the Mark Tobey Papers, Seattle Art Museum Archives.

Hauberg has left his imprint on two of the Seattle area's important art institutions. His association with the Seattle Art Museum has spanned five decades. He was first named a trustee of the museum in 1950. In 1973, he succeeded Dr. Richard E. Fuller as President of the Seattle Art Museum. Fuller, the museum's founder, had operated it for 50 years as practically a private enterprise. It fell to Hauberg to turn the institution into a self-sustaining one. During his tenure as President the Seattle Art Museum was embroiled in the battle over the estate of Mark Tobey.

The museum also staged the hugely successful "Treasures of Tutankhamun" exhibit, which helped to stabilize the museum's precarious finances. After stepping down as President in 1977, Hauberg continued to serve as a museum trustee and played a significant role in the decision to site the new museum building in downtown Seattle.

Hauberg's association with the renowned Pilchuck Glass School dates from the school's very beginnings. In 1971, through the textile artist Jack Lenor Larsen, Hauberg and Anne Gould Hauberg became acquainted with Dale Chihuly, a young glass artist and instructor at the Rhode Island School of Design. Chihuly and fellow artist Ruth Tamura, armed with no more than $2000 in grant money and enthusiasm, proposed to run an outdoor summer workshop in glass art. The Haubergs stepped in to provide not only a site at the Pilchuck Tree Farm, but crucial financial and in-kind support for the workshop. The success of the 1971 summer session led the Haubergs to underwrite the workshop the following two summers and place it under the administration of the newly established Pacific Northwest Arts Center. During the mid-1970s the glass workshops began to evolve into a permanent entity. A non-profit, independent Pilchuck School was incorporated in 1976 ("Glass" would be added later), and a permanent campus was constructed on land deeded to the school by Hauberg. Yet for the remainder of the 1970s and throughout the 1980s, even as an administrative and fund-raising structure developed, Hauberg remained deeply involved in the school's operations. His personal leadership and financial support eased Pilchuck's growing pains and laid the foundation for the school's long-term success.

Following the example of his parents, Hauberg assumed an active role in Seattle's civic life and took a keen interest in public policy issues. He was a long-time member of The Diet, a select group of community opinion leaders who met monthly to hear speeches by fellow members. With the assistance of Christopher Bayley and Camden Hall, he authored a lengthy report entitled "The Present State of Future Problems-Project 1965." This widely read document examined sources of Washington state revenue and expenditures and recommended a course of action for the state's political leadership.

Hauberg has served on the boards of numerous educational, community and professional organizations with a diversity of missions. He has shown a special interest in the needs of the developmentally disabled. Hauberg was instrumental in the establishment of what became the Child Development and Mental Retardation Center at the University of Washington and founded Victoria Ranch, Inc., a residential training center for the developmentally disabled in Stanwood, Washington.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The John H. Hauberg papers document Hauberg's many civic activities, his private art collecting interests, his innovative tree farming operation, and his social and family life. The accession contains biographical material, correspondence, minutes, financial records, reports, speeches and writings, notes, a limited number of photographs, posters, audio cassette tapes, ephemera and clippings The papers are divided into four general areas following Hauberg's staff's characterization and physical arrangement of his files:

Personal : This portion of Hauberg's papers is made up largely of Hauberg's personal correspondence. The bulk of it dates from 1950 to 1966 and follows Hauberg's chronological arrangement. Hauberg's letters to his friends and family provide a narrative of his personal, civic and professional interests and activities during those dynamic years. Correspondence on specific topics can also be found in the subject series files. Major correspondents include Grace Bartlett, Louis D. Hauberg, Pearl Bennett, Beulah Dunlap and Robert Meech. General correspondence files labeled "Personal" have been indexed by correspondent. Hauberg's travels during the late 1960s and throughout the 1970s, for leisure and for the study of art, are documented by his trip files. A cassette tape recording and transcript of an oral history interview which Hauberg did for the Archives of Northwest Art project may be found in the biographical features series. The interview focuses largely on Hauberg's art-related activities.

Civic : This portion of Hauberg's papers is comprised largely of correspondence, minutes, financial records, speeches and writings, and reports. These materials document Hauberg's involvement in a variety of civic, professional and philanthropic organizations during the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s. Each organization constitutes its own subgroup; larger subgroups have been refined to the series level.

The sheer number of subgroups suggest the level of Hauberg's civic involvement. Of the organizations represented in the papers, the most significant is the Seattle Art Museum. Although Hauberg began his association with SAM in 1950, the materials date largely from his tenure as President of the Museum from 1973-1977. Two significant events that occurred during Hauberg's tenure are well documented by the SAM materials. The battle over Mark Tobey's estate is recounted by the extensive correspondence to and from the attorneys representing the opposing parties. Major correspondents include attorneys Arthur Barnett and Heng-Pin Kiang. The King Tut sub-subgroup documents the activities of the King Tut committee, which coordinated the highly successful Treasures of Tutankhamen exhibit in 1978. A major correspondent in the King Tut sub-subgroup is Ewen Dingwall, coordinator of the exhibition. Only the early phases of planning for the museum's expansion to downtown Seattle are covered by the material.

Hauberg's Diet speeches appear in The Diet subgroup. They reveal his thinking on a broad range of issues. Several of the speeches deal with his experiences in the timber industry and the logging restrictions imposed by the listing of the Northern spotted owl as an endangered species. Other topics include mental retardation and Coastal Native culture. Hauberg's work with the Virginia Wright Fund and the UW College of Forest Resources Visiting Committee are among his more fully documented activities.

Among Hauberg's speeches and writings is his lengthy 1963 report, "The Future of Present State Problems-Project 1965," which he co-authored with Christopher Bayley and Camden Hall.

The papers represent only a sampling of Hauberg's civic involvement. Documentation of Hauberg's work with the developmentally disabled is incomplete. His tenure as General Manager of the Seattle Symphony from 1950-1952 is not documented. Also absent are materials related to Hauberg's lengthy term as Finance Chair of the Washington State Republican Party. References to these activities may be found in Hauberg's personal correspondence.

Art : This portion of the accession documents Hauberg's private art collecting and his involvement in various arts organizations, excluding the Seattle Art Museum. It includes correspondence, minutes, catalogs, cassette tapes, photographs, clippings and ephemera. Major correspondents include the artist Mark Tobey (whose incoming letters are photocopies) and such prominent art dealers as Marian Willard, Andre Emmerich, Xavier Foucade, and Edward H. Merrin. The art acquisition series documents Hauberg's art purchases, primarily in the 1960s and early 1970s. Consequently, his Pre-Columbian art purchases, which were made in the period 1965-1971, are more fully documented than his purchases of Coastal Native art. Hauberg's art acquisition files were maintained both by gallery and by art genre. The many exhibits in which pieces from Hauberg's collections have been shown are documented in the art loans subject series. The art gift subject series documents his gifts to the Seattle Art Museum and other institutions as well as his and Anne Gould Hauberg's commissioning of the Tobey Mural.

The Pilchuck Glass School subgroup contains materials related to the Pilchuck Glass School from its first summer workshop through the early 1990s and consists chiefly of correspondence, minutes, financial records, course catalogs, clippings and ephemera. Most of the Pilchuck Glass School materials were arranged in large annual files. These materials have been sorted by series. While events leading to Hauberg's initial decision to support the project are not documented, the materials do trace the Pilchuck Glass School's evolution from an experimental workshop in the wilderness to an established and respected educational institution. The papers are rich in correspondence from Dale Chihuly. Other major correspondents include Pilchuck trustees Jack Lenor Larsen, Robert Seidl, and Thomas Buechner and executive director Alice Rooney. Runs of files maintained by three of Pilchuck's early executive directors, Mimi Pierce, Tom Bosworth and Alice Rooney, are included with the Pilchuck material.

The Pacific Northwest Arts Center (PNAC) subgroup consists of correspondence, financial records and photographs. The materials primarily document the development of the proposed Tobey Museum in Snohomish County, but also contain some material related to the Pilchuck Glass Workshops. Major correspondents include James S. Plaut and Henry Klein, consultants for the Tobey project; and Robert Gardner, who worked on the Tobey film. Other arts subgroups include the American Crafts Association, the American Federation of Art, Friends of the Crafts, and Friends of the Art Museum, Princeton University.

Business : This portion of the Hauberg papers is comprised of records of the Pacific Denkmann Company, Pilchuck Tree Farm's parent corporation, as well as Pilchuck Tree Farm materials which predate PDCo's incorporation in 1953. They consist of correspondence, minutes, financial records, reports, newsletters, photographs and clippings. The historical features series contains a deposition transcript in which Hauberg recounts the history of the Pilchuck Tree Farm. Hauberg's letters to his father document his first land purchases as well as his early reforestation work. Correspondence to, from and about Duane Weston, Pilchuck's forester from 1963, document the more routine operations of the tree farm through the 1960s and 1970s. Of special interest is the run of Pilchuck Tree Farm Notes newsletter, in which Pilchuck's history, forest management practices, and company philosophy are discussed. The Tatoosh Company subgroup documents the unsuccessful attempt by PDCo's subsidiary to build a recreational development in the early 1970s. Files maintained by Pacific Denkmann executive John Aram are also included.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Restrictions on Use

Literary rights to the John H. Hauberg papers have been transferred to the University of Washington. The literary rights to the Diet speeches of members other than John H. Hauberg are retained by their authors and their heirs. Written permission is required prior to publication or quotation.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

 

Accession No. 2850-007: John H. Hauberg papers, 1949-1998Return to Top

12 cu. ft. (33 boxes); 2 sound cassettes

Scope and Content: Correspondence, writings, minutes, reports, financial records, photographs, ephemera, clippings, travel journals and trip files, 1949-1998 (bulk 1949-1991). Concerns Hauberg's many civic activites, his art collecting interests, his tree farming business and his social and family life.

Restrictions on Access: Open to all users

Restrictions on Use: John H. Hauberg's literary rights transferred to the University of Washington Libraries. Literary rights of other Diet members are retained by their authors and their heirs. Written permission is required for publication or quotation.

Acquisition Info: The papers were donated by John H. Hauberg in 1997 and 1998 (Accession nos. 2850-4, 2850-5 and 2850-6).

Processing Info: The papers were processed in 1999. Three previous accessions (2850-1, 2850-2, 2850-3) were merged into this accession during processing. Hauberg's papers were generally organized by subject or organization. Files of this nature have been characterized as small subgroups, subject series or general correspondence. Their original file headings have been preserved where appropriate; in other cases, the original file name can be found in brackets.

Container(s) Description Dates
Personal Papers
Biographical Features
Box/Folder Accession
1/1 2850-007
Transcript of Interview by Sue Ragen
1978
Tapes 450A & B 2850-007
Cassette Tape Recording of Interview by Sue Ragen
1978
General Correspondence
Box/Folder Accession
1/2-18 2850-007
Personal
1950-1982
2/1 2850-007
American Institute of Architects. Seattle Chapter
1978
2/2 2850-007
Bringloe, Frances [Historical Doll]
1973-1978
2/3 2850-007
Clubs
1974-1979
2/4 2850-007
Columbia Gorge
1984-1985
2/5 2850-007
Ozette Village
1971-1974
2/6 2850-007
Potlatch Forest Inc.
1955-1971
2/7 2850-007
Princeton Class of '39
1977-1979
2/8 2850-007
Seattle Tennis Club
1974-1980
2/9 2850-007
SOYP (Socks Over Your Pants)
1959-1973
2/10 2850-007
Travel
1975-1980
Box/Folder Accession
2/11 2850-007
Christmas Cards
1962
Subject Series
Scope and Content: Includes correspondence.
Box/Folder Accession
2/12 2850-007
Freeborn Hill People Housing
1973
2/13-16 2850-007
Hunting
1953-1980
2/17 2850-007
PONCHO
1970, 1975
2/18 2850-007
Sasquatch
1973-1976
2/19 2850-007
Special Child - Education
1964-1974
3/1-4 2850-007
Woodbrook Hunt
1971-1978
Box/Folder Accession
3/5 2850-007
Photographs-Portraits of Hauberg
3/6 2850-007
Travel Journals
1952-1953
Trip Files
Box/Folder Accession
3/7 2850-007
Sweden
1959
3/8 2850-007
Wild Rivers
1967-1971
3/9 2850-007
Central American Trip
1968
3/10 2850-007
African Trip
1968-1969
3/11 2850-007
Princeton 30th Reunion
1969
3/12 2850-007
Princeton Mayan Tour
1969
3/13 2850-007
Europe 1970
1969-1970
3/14 2850-007
Edinburgh International Festival 1970
1969-1970
3/15 2850-007
European Travel, April-May 1971
1971
3/16 2850-007
La Samanna Trip (French West Indies)
1974-1975
3/17 2850-007
South American Trip 1974
1974
3/18 2850-007
Pre-Columbian Sites Tours
1974-1975
3/19 2850-007
Japan Trip 1975
1975
3/20 2850-007
Japan Trip 10/76
1976
3/21 2850-007
Indian Country Trips
1976-1978, undated
3/22 2850-007
People's Republic of China (WA Council on International Trade)
1979
4/1-2 2850-007
Travel - Hawaii
1976-1983
4/3 2850-007
Tour to Egypt
1977-1978
4/4 2850-007
Bora Bora
1979
4/5 2850-007
UW Vacation College
1979
4/6 2850-007
Europe 1980
1980
Box/Folder Accession
4/7 2850-007
Clippings re: Watts Riots
undated
4/8 2850-007
Rainier Club. Art Committee
1960-1978
Civic and Professional
General Correspondence
Box/Folder Accession
4/9 2850-007
Evans, Daniel J.
1973-1974
4/10 2850-007
Forestry Building, Inc.
1965
4/11 2850-007
Foundation for the Handicapped
1975
4/12 2850-007
"New Pacific"
1989-1990
4/13 2850-007
PONCHO
1961-1969
4/14 2850-007
Republican Party
1973-1979
4/15a 2850-007
Seattle Center
1972-1976
4/15b 2850-007
Seattle Symphony
1978
Speeches and Writings
Box/Folder Accession
4/16 2850-007
"The Future of Present State Problems: Project 1965"
1963
4/17 2850-007
"World Timber Supply and Demand to the Year 2020 in 20 Minutes"
1975
4/18 2850-007
Untitled
1964
Box/Folder Accession
4/19 2850-007
Published Writings (Argus)
1964
4/20 2850-007
Notes (re: Washington State Revenue and Spending)
1964-1965
Conferences
Box/Folder Accession
5/1 2850-007
Western Forestry Conference
1961
Box/Folder Accession
5/2 2850-007
Clippings re: Symphony Orchestras
undated
Seattle Art Museum
Box/Folder Accession
5/3 2850-007
Organization
General Correspondence
Box/Folder Accession
5/4-6 2850-007
John H. Hauberg, President SAM
1973-1977
5/7 2850-007
Re: Promissory Notes
1975-1978
5/8-9 2850-007
SAM Correspondence
1984-1991
5/10-13 2850-007
Re: Tobey Will
1976-1980
6/1-6 2850-007
Tobey Will
1976-1980
6/7a 2850-007
Woods, Willis
1973-1976
6/7b 2850-007
Woods, Willis
1977-1978
Box/Folder Accession
6/8-14 2850-007
Minutes and Agendas
1974-1992
Reports
Box/Folder Accession
7/1 2850-007
Annual Reports
1975
7/2 2850-007
"The Legal Structure and Character of the Seattle Art Museum"
1976
7/3 2850-007
Haskins & Sells, "Report on an Evaluation of Selected Administrative Practices and Operating Procedures"
1977
Legal Documents
Box/Folder Accession
7/4 2850-007
Notes Receivable
1975-1976
Box/Folder Accession
7/5 2850-007
Speeches and Writings of John H. Hauberg to SAM
1973-1977
7/6 2850-007
Ephemera
King Tut Committee
Box/Folder Accession
7/7 2850-007
Organization
1977
7/8-11 2850-007
General Correspondence
1977-1978
7/12-13 2850-007
Minutes and Agendas
1977-1978
7/14 2850-007
Financial Records
1977
Reports
Box/Folder Accession
7/15 2850-007
Planning
1977
7/16 2850-007
Exhibit Evaluations
1977
7/17 2850-007
Progress Report 5/24/1977
1977
7/18 2850-007
Viewing Analysis
1977
7/19 2850-007
Attendance, Admissions, Income, Sales Data
1978
7/20 2850-007
Final Reports and Observations from the Coordinator
1978
Box/Folder Accession
7/21 2850-007
Fact Sheets
1977
7/22 2850-007
Notes
1977-1978
7/23 2850-007
Legal Document
1977
7/24 2850-007
Regulations
undated
7/25 2850-007
Inventories
1976
7/26-27 2850-007
Ephemera
undated
7/28 2850-007
Clippings
1977-1978
7/29 2850-007
Miscellany
1977-1978
Subject Series
Box/Folder Accession
7/30 2850-007
Education Department
1978
8/1-2 2850-007
Museum Week
1976-1977
Box/Folder Accession
8/3 2850-007
Outreach Committee
1976-1977
8/4-6 2850-007
Planning Committee
1974-1977
8/7 2850-007
Seattle Art Museum Task Force
Scope and Content: To evaluate Haskins & Sells report.
1977
The Diet
Box/Folder Accession
8/8 2850-007
Organization
1974
8/9 2850-007
General Correspondence
1971-1990
8/10-12 2850-007
Notices
1971-1991
9/1 2850-007
Membership Lists
1974, 1985
Speeches and Writings of Hauberg
Box/Folder Accession
9/2 2850-007
"Republican Cha-Cha"
1960
9/3 2850-007
"The Future of Present State Problems"
1963
9/4 2850-007
"Indians of the British Columbia Coast"
1967
9/5 2850-007
"Mental Retardation"
1971
9/6 2850-007
"2020"
1974
9/7 2850-007
"SAM, You Made the Vest Too Tight"
1976
9/8 2850-007
"Clear Cutting Opportunities in the Himalayas"
1979
9/9 2850-007
"Philip Bailey"
1982
9/10 2850-007
"Love That Spotted Owl and Other Opportunities"
1989
9/11 2850-007
"Where Is the Spotted Owl Today"
1991
9/12-14a 2850-007
Drafts
1963-1989
Speeches and Writings of Others
Box/Folder Accession
9/14b 2850-007
McCarthy, Joseph
1967
9/14c 2850-007
Wells, Edward
1973
Box/Folder Accession
9/15 2850-007
Financial Records
1975-1981
9/16 2850-007
Nominating Committee
1975
Victoria Ranch
Box/Folder Accession
9/17 2850-007
Background
undated
General Correspondence
Box/Folder Accession
9/18 2850-007
Miscellaneous
1964-1971
9/19 2850-007
Devereux Foundation
1971, 1974
Box/Folder Accession
9/20 2850-007
Rosters
undated
9/21 2850-007
Applications Forms
undated
9/22 2850-007
Training Material
undated
Reports
Box/Folder Accession
9/23 2850-007
"A Development Plan for Victoria Ranch"
undated
9/24 2850-007
"1971 Program Status Report"
Box/Folder Accession
9/25 2850-007
Newsletters
1964-1968
9/26 2850-007
Clippings
1964-1968
9/27-28 2850-007
Publications
1968-1969
Virginia Wright Fund
Box/Folder Accession
10/1-2 2850-007
Organization
1969-1970
10/3 2850-007
General Correspondence
1971-1991
10/4-9 2850-007
Minutes and Agendas
1976-1991
10/10 2850-007
Legal Documents
1974
10/11-12 2850-007
News Releases
1970, 1976
10/13-14 2850-007
Financial Records
1970-1990
10/15 2850-007
Clippings
1971
World Forestry Congress Host Committee
Box/Folder Accession
10/16 2850-007
General Correspondence
1960
10/17 2850-007
Programs
1960
10/18 2850-007
Speeches and Writings of Others
1960
10/19 2850-007
Ephemera
1960
10/20 2850-007
Notes
1960
University of Washington
Box/Folder Accession
10/21 2850-007
UW. Alumni Fund Board
1968-1977
10/22-23 2850-007
UW. Equal Opportunities Program
1973-1976
10/24 2850-007
UW. Advisory Commission to the Institute of Forest Resources
1979
University of Washington. College of Forest Resources Visiting Committee
Box/Folder Accession
10/25 2850-007
General Correspondence
1973-1996, undated
11/1-6 2850-007
Agendas
1966-1982
11/7-9 2850-007
Reports
1980-1991, undated
11/10 2850-007
Ephemera
undated
Box/Folder Accession
11/11 2850-007
American Revolution Bicentennial Commission. Seattle/King County
1973
11/12 2850-007
Arboretum Foundation
1972-1976
11/13 2850-007
Bicentennial Medal Design Competition
1973
11/14 2850-007
City Club
undated
11/15 2850-007
Community Development Roundtable
1972
11/16 2850-007
George Bush For President. WA State Committee
1980
11/17 2850-007
King County Republican Discussion Group
1974-1975
11/18 2850-007
Municipal League of Seattle and King County
1971-1976
11/19 2850-007
Pacific Science Center Foundation
1977
11/20 2850-007
Port of Seattle. Art Acquisition Committee
1970-1974
12/1 2850-007
Puget Sound Grantmakers Forum
1976-1980
12/2 2850-007
Rhododendron Species Foundation
1979-1980
12/3 2850-007
Seattle Center Advisory Commission
1974-1975
12/4 2850-007
Seattle Foundation
1971-1972, 1987
12/5 2850-007
UW. Child Development & Mental Retardation Center
1984
12/6 2850-007
Washington Gives
1987-1988
Art
General Correspondence
Box/Folder Accession
12/7-8 2850-007
Miscellaneous
1966-1982
12/9 2850-007
Arts Council of Snohomish County
1974
12/10-11 2850-007
Pre-Columbian Art
1968-1974
12/12 2850-007
Pre-Columbian Art Publications
1970-1975, undated
12/13 2850-007
King County Arts Commission
1978
12/14 2850-007
Morris, Mr. And Mrs. Carl
1966-1967
12/15 2850-007
Seattle Art Museum - Repatriation
1996
12/16 2850-007
Tobey, Mark
1961-1974
12/17 2850-007
Willard Gallery
1960-1975
Conferences
Box/Folder Accession
12/18 2850-007
World Crafts Council Lima General Assembly
1968
13/1 2850-007
World Crafts Council Dublin General Assembly
1969
Box/Folder Accession
13/2 2850-007
Resumes
undated
Subject Series
Art Acquisitions
Box/Folder Accession
13/3 2850-007
Alaska Indian Art
1974-1979
13/4 2850-007
Alaska Indian Art Commissions
1975-1980
13/5 2850-007
Baudoin Sculpture Commission
1976
13/6 2850-007
Bayard Gallery (Coastal Native Art)
1977-1978
13/7 2850-007
Bykert Gallery (Mimbres Culture)
1975-1976
13/8 2850-007
Carlebach Gallery (Coastal Native Art)
1960-1962
13/9-12 2850-007
Andre Emmerich, Inc. (Pre-Columbian Art)
1967-1973
13/13 2850-007
Andre Emmerich, Inc.-Trans South
1968-1969
13/14 2850-007
Harry A. Franklin Gallery (Pre-Columbian Art)
1968-1978
13/15 2850-007
Handicrafts and Handlooms Export Corp. of India
1964
13/16 2850-007
Jax, Alphonse (Pre-Columbian Art)
1970-1972, undated
13/17 2850-007
Michael Johnson Gallery (Coastal Native Art)
1969-1984
13/18 2850-007
Kleijman, J.J. (Coastal Native Art)
1956-1971
13/19 2850-007
Komor, Mathias (Pre-Columbian Art)
1969
13/20-24 2850-007
Edward H. Merrin Gallery (Pre-Columbian Art)
1969-1974
14/1 2850-007
Moore, Henry
1975-1976
14/2 2850-007
NW Coastal Art
1960-1974
14/3 2850-007
Photographs
1977-1980
14/4 2850-007
Pre-Columbian Art
1968-1971, undated
14/5 2850-007
Roloff, Howard (Coastal Native Art)
1975-1981
14/6 2850-007
Stendahl Galleries (Pre-Columbian Art)
1969-1972
Box/Folder Accession
14/7 2850-007
Tobey, Mark
1963-1975
Box/Folder Accession
14/8-12 2850-007
Miscellaneous Artifacts
1949-1975
Art Gifts
Box/Folder Accession
14/13 2850-007
Princeton University Library
1969-1972
14/14-18 2850-007
Seattle Art Museum
1984-1993
14/19 2850-007
Seattle Art Museum - Pre-Columbian Art
1979-1983
14/20 2850-007
TESC Foundation
1994
14/21-22 2850-007
Tobey Mural
1960-1980
Art Loans
Box/Folder Accession
15/1 2850-007
"Blood of the Kings" Exhibition
1984-1986
15/2 2850-007
Captain Cook Nootka Club
1974-1986
15/3 2850-007
Fine Art Patrons of Newport Beach
1967-1968
15/4-6 2850-007
Pre-Columbian Art
1968-1981
15/7 2850-007
"Sacred Circle" Exhibition
1974-1977
15/8 2850-007
Seattle Art Museum
1959-1968
15/9 2850-007
State Capitol Museum
1964-1968
15/10 2850-007
Vancouver Art Gallery
1966-1967
15/11 2850-007
Whatcom Museum
1967-1974
15/12-21 2850-007
Miscellaneous
1952-1992
16/1 2850-007
Art Repairs
1976
16/2 2850-007
Art Sales
1974-1976
16/3 2850-007
Art Storage
1972-1975
16/4 2850-007
Indian Music
1976
16/5 2850-007
Kwakiutl Four House Posts
1966-1982
16/6 2850-007
Kwakiutl Indians/Holm Proposal
1962-1974
Box/Folder Accession
16/7 2850-007
Insurance Schedules
1953-1968
16/8-9 2850-007
Catalogs - Pre-Columbian Art
1967-1970
16/10 2850-007
Publications
1968
Photographs
Box/Folder Accession
16/11 2850-007
Miscellaneous Art Works
n.d
16/12 2850-007
Moore, Henry - Sculptures
undated
16/13 2850-007
Pre-Columbian Art
undated
16/14 2850-007
Tobey, Mark - Art Works and Individual People
undated
Box/Folder Accession
16/15 2850-007
Clippings re: Tobey
1961-1970
16/16 2850-007
Ephemera
1965-1982, undated
Pilchuck Glass School
Organization
Box/Folder Accession
17/1 2850-007
By-Laws
1980, 1993
17/2 2850-007
Articles of Incorporation
1987
17/3 2850-007
Endowment Program Organization Statement
1988
General Correspondence
Box/Folder Accession
17/4-23 2850-007
Miscellaneous
1971-1996
18/1-15 2850-007
Chihuly, Dale
1971-1992
18/16 2850-007
Larsen, Jack Lenor
1975-1990
18/17-18 2850-007
Pilchuck Incorporation
1976
18/19-20 2850-007
Rooney, Alice
1980-1990
Box/Folder Accession
18/21-25 2850-007
Minutes
1976-1980
19/1-13 2850-007
Minutes
1981-1993
19/14-17 2850-007
Financial Records
1972-1975
20/1-8 2850-007
Financial Records
1976-1993
20/9-18 2850-007
Financial Records. Audited Statements
1978-1992
20/19 2850-007
Financial Records of Others
1978
Legal Documents
Box/Folder Accession
20/20 2850-007
Agreements (with Chihuly)
1971
20/21 2850-007
Sublease
1974
20/22 2850-007
Assignment of Interest
1976
Reports
Box/Folder Accession
20/23 2850-007
Director's Report
1975
20/24 2850-007
Eyre & Steel, "Development Audit"
1989
20/25 2850-007
"Five-Year Maintenance & Repair Plan
1987
20/26 2850-007
"Long Range Plan 1992-1993"
1993
20/27 2850-007
Draft Long Range Plan
1993
Manuals
Box/Folder Accession
20/28 2850-007
Trustees' Manual
1986
21/1 2850-007
Volunteer Guide Book
1996
Box/Folder Accession
21/2 2850-007
Speeches and Writings
1983
Speeches and Writings of Others
Box/Folder Accession
21/3 2850-007
Bosworth, "A Pilchuck Retrospective"
1990
21/4 2850-007
Chihuly, "Some Random Thoughts on Pilchuck's Survival"
1980
21/5 2850-007
Hughbanks, "History, Pilchuck Glass School"
1992
21/6 2850-007
Libensky's Statement on Pilchuck
1970
Rosters
Box/Folder Accession
21/7 2850-007
Pilchuck Party
1978
21/8 2850-007
Board of Trustees
1981-1993
21/9 2850-007
The Pilchuck School, Inc.
1978
21/10 2850-007
Faculty-1987 Summer Program
1986
21/11 2850-007
Staff Roster
1987
21/12 2850-007
Committees 1988-1989
1989
21/13 2850-007
Committees 1989-1990
1990
Photographs
Box/Folder Accession
21/14 2850-007
By Buster Simpson
1972
21/15 2850-007
Chihuly Works (transparencies)
1971-1979
Box/Folder Accession
21/16-23 2850-007
Course Catalogs
1977-1978, 1986-1993
21/24 2850-007
Course Catalogs from Other Schools
1987, 1990
21/25-26 2850-007
Auction Catalogs
1979, 1982
21/27 2850-007
Drawing - Site Plans
1978
21/28-29 2850-007
Grant Applications
1976, 1986
21/30 2850-007
Invoices [Bosworth, Tom]
1973
21/31/38 2850-007
Notes
1971-1987
21/39-41 2850-007
Resumes of Artists
1996, undated
21/42 2850-007
News Releases
1973
Conferences
Box/Folder Accession
21/43 2850-007
1985 Pilchuck Glass Seminar
1985
21/44 2850-007
Artists Conference
1987
21/45 2850-007
1982 Collectors Seminar
1982
Subject Series
Box/Folder Accession
21/46 2850-007
Capital Campaign
1986-1987
21/47 2850-007
Dormitory Construction
1979
21/48 2850-007
Lodge Building Construction
1973-1976
22/1a 2850-007
Pilchuck Society
1981-1987
22/1b 2850-007
Rooney, Alice
1990
22/2 2850-007
Trustees Committees
1980-1989
22/3 2850-007
Vandalism
1976
Box/Folder Accession
22/4 2850-007
Newsletters
1976
22/5-8 2850-007
Posters
1972-1980
22/9-15 2850-007
Ephemera
1978-1994
22/16-24 2850-007
Clippings
1972-1995
22/25 2850-007
Miscellany
1972-1992
22/26-27 2850-007
Search Committee$zDirector
1980-1990
Board Operations Committee
Box/Folder Accession
22/28 2850-007
Minutes
1985-1986
22/29 2850-007
Memoranda
1980-1988
22/30 2850-007
Notes
1980-1987
Box/Folder Accession
22/31 2850-007
Board Development Committee
1980-1988
Long Range Planning Committee
Box/Folder Accession
23/1 2850-007
Minutes
1985-1989
23/2 2850-007
Memoranda
1984-1989
Box/Folder Accession
23/3 2850-007
Ways and Means Committee
1985-1986
23/4 2850-007
Finance Committee
1984-1988
23/5 2850-007
Auction Committee
1981-1989
23/6 2850-007
Pierce, Mimi - Pilchuck Committee
1976
Bosworth, Tom
Box/Folder Accession
23/7 2850-007
Financial Reviews
1979-1980
23/8-36 2850-007
Minutes and Agendas
1976-1980
Rooney, Alice
Box/Folder Accession
24/1-12 2850-007
General Correspondence
1980-1982
American Crafts Council
Organization
Box/Folder Accession
24/13 2850-007
By Laws
1973-1979
24/14 2850-007
Background
1978
Box/Folder Accession
24/15-17 2850-007
General Correspondence
1978-1988
25/1-3 2850-007
Minutes
1978-1982
Reports
Box/Folder Accession
25/4 2850-007
"A Long Range Plan for the ACC"
1976
25/5 2850-007
"A Marketing Plan for the ACC"
1978
25/6 2850-007
"President's Report"
1981
25/7 2850-007
"National Crafts Planning Project: A Report on the Project and Congress"
1981
Box/Folder Accession
25/8 2850-007
Speeches and Writings of Others
1978
25/9 2850-007
Financial Records
1978-1979
25/10 2850-007
News Releases
1982, undated
25/11 2850-007
Notes
1978
25/12 2850-007
Rosters
1982
25/13 2850-007
Newsletters
1979
25/14 2850-007
Publications
1979
25/15 2850-007
Ephemera
American Federation of Arts
Box/Folder Accession
25/16 2850-007
General Correspondence
1984-1988
25/17-20 2850-007
Minutes and Agendas
1984-1985
25/21 2850-007
Financial Records
1984
25/22 2850-007
Newsletters
1984-1985
25/23 2850-007
Ephemera
Pacific Northwest Arts Center (PNAC)
General Correspondence
Box/Folder Accession
26/1-2 2850-007
Miscellaneous
1973, 1975-1983
26/3 2850-007
Graham, Colin
1971-1974
26/4 2850-007
Klein, Henry
1971-1973
26/5 2850-007
Sublease
1973-1975
26/6 2850-007
Terry, Roland
1970-1972
26/7 2850-007
Tobey Film
1971-1974
26/8 2850-007
Tobey Museum
1967-1973
Box/Folder Accession
26/9 2850-007
Minutes
1975
26/10 2850-007
Financial Records
1973
Subject Series
Box/Folder Accession
26/11 2850-007
Friends of Tobey
1972, undated
Box/Folder Accession
26/12 2850-007
Photographs of Tobey Gallery Model
undated
26/13 2850-007
Planning
1974, 1976
Box/Folder Accession
26/14 2850-007
Friends of the Art Museum, Princeton University
1967-1970
26/15 2850-007
Friends of the Crafts
1967-1969, 1975
Business
Pacific Denkmann Company
Box/Folder Accession
26/16 2850-007
Historical Features
1979
General Correspondence
Box/Folder Accession
26/17 2850-007
Miscellaneous
1962-1994
26/18 2850-007
PDCo Directors
26/19 2850-007
U.S. National Park Service
1971-1972
26/20 2850-007
Woodland Park Zoo
1977
Box/Folder Accession
27/1-8 2850-007
Minutes
1953-1982
27/9-23 2850-007
Financial Reports
1953-1965
28/1-14 2850-007
Financial Reports
1966-1974
28/15-16 2850-007
Speeches and Writings of Others
1957, 1976
Subject Series
Scope and Content: Includes correspondence.
Box/Folder Accession
28/17 2850-007
Friendship or Prometheus Hill
1964-1972
28/18 2850-007
Greenacres, Inc
1961-1967
28/19 2850-007
Victoria Area History
1970-1973
28/20 2850-007
Wheeler, Ada Lou Public Relations
1971
Box/Folder Accession
28/21 2850-007
Clippings
1971
Pilchuck Tree Farm
General Correspondence
Box/Folder Accession
29/1-6 2850-007
Forest Industries Tree Nursery
1953-1973
29/7 2850-007
Mason, Bruce & Girard Inventory
1965-1966
29/8 2850-007
PTF History
1949-1950
29/9 2850-007
Pilchuck Tree Farm Prior to 1951
1949-1963
29/10-13 2850-007
PTF Notes
1981-1993
29/14 2850-007
PTF Picnic
1963
29/15 2850-007
Planametric Maps
1961-1966
29/16 2850-007
Research - University of Washington
1955-1969
29/17 2850-007
Tree Farm Data
1950-1951
29/18 2850-007
Tree Farm Tours
1975-1977
29/19-24 2850-007
Weston, Duane
1963-1975
30/1-7 2850-007
Weston, Duane
1976-1981
Reports
Box/Folder Accession
30/8 2850-007
PTF Inventory
1961
30/9-10 2850-007
Weston Reports
1963-1966
30/11 2850-007
Soil Survey of PTF
1964
30/12 2850-007
Greener Reports
1965-1967
30/13 2850-007
PTF Inventory
1969
30/14 2850-007
IFA Tree Farm Inspection
1970
30/15 2850-007
Proposed Nine-Year Plan; 1972-1981
1972
30/16 2850-007
45-Year Forest Management Plan
1980
30/17 2850-007
Age Class Distribution Survey
1990
Box/Folder Accession
31/1-3 2850-007
Newsletters-Pilchuck Tree Farm Notes
1981-1996, undated
Speeches and Writings
Box/Folder Accession
31/4 2850-007
"John H. Hauberg Comments Re: Black Forest"
1959
31/5 2850-007
"Publisher's Introduction"
1992
Subject Series
Scope and Content: Includes correspondence.
Box/Folder Accession
31/6 2850-007
POSSCA Tour
1974
31/7 2850-007
Pilchuck Tree Farm Camp
1961
31/8 2850-007
PTF Emblem
1963
31/9 2850-007
PTF Planning since 1970
1972
31/10 2850-007
PTF Tenth Anniversary
1959
31/11 2850-007
PTF Tour
1973
31/12 2850-007
Reforestation
1960-1969
31/13 2850-007
Soil Conservation Service
1956-1967
31/14 2850-007
Soil Study
1993
31/15 2850-007
Tree Farm Data
1949-1950, undated
31/16 2850-007
21st Birthday Party
1971-1972
Box/Folder Accession
31/17 2850-007
Photographs
undated
31/18 2850-007
Ephemera
undated
Tatoosh Company
Box/Folder Accession
31/19 2850-007
General Correspondence [Tatoosh Inquiries]
1971
31/20-21 2850-007
Minutes and Agendas
1969-1981
Planning
Box/Folder Accession
31/22 2850-007
[Foothills Investment Co.]
1970-1973
31/23 2850-007
[Tatoosh Concepts]
1972-1974
31/24 2850-007
[Tatoosh]
1973-1974
Reports
Box/Folder Accession
31/25 2850-007
NBBJ Analysis
1973
31/26 2850-007
Siler Analyses
1973
Box/Folder Accession
31/27 2850-007
Clippings
Aram, John
Box/Folder Accession
32/1-23 2850-007
Minutes and Agendas
1973, 1976-1981
Subject Series
Box/Folder Accession
33/1-2 2850-007
Tatoosh Marketing
1976
33/3-4 2850-007
Tatoosh Planning
1972-1974, 1978
33/5 2850-007
Tatoosh Real Estate Offerings
1975-1977, undated
Box/Folder Accession
33/6 2850-007
Duplicates, Misc.

Accession No. 2850-008: John H. Hauberg papers, 1939-2000 (bulk 1956-1962)Return to Top

1.26 cu. ft. (5 boxes)

Scope and Content: Memorabilia, clippings, some incoming letters, and other items related to his Republican Party involvement, the DD Eisenhower 1956 campaign, to Century 21, and to other civic and family interests. Also includes some fragmentary items concerning or authored by his first wife, Anne Gould Hauberg. Includes art loan files; 1977-2000.

Restrictions on Access: Open to all users, but access to portions of the papers restricted. Contact repository for details.

Restrictions on Use: Creator's literary rights transferred to the University of Washington Libraries.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Accession
1 2850-008
War years correspondence
1939-1945
2 2850-008
Subject files
1954-1959
3 2850-008
Clippings
1955-1963
4 2850-008
Clippings and correspondence
1961-1968
5 2850-008
Art loan files
Restrictions on Access: Restricted.
1977-2000

Accession No. 2850-009: John H. Hauberg papers, 1926-1987 (bulk 1981-1987)Return to Top

2.42 cu. ft. (3 boxes)

Scope and Content: Incoming letters, cards, agendas and itineraries, ephemera, clippings. Also includes materials from his school days, 1926-ca. 1930.

Restrictions on Access: Open to all users.

Restrictions on Use: Creator's literary rights transferred to the University of Washington Libraries.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Accession
1 2850-009
School Materials
1926-ca. 1930
1 2850-009
Letters and mischellaneous
ca. 1937-1939, 1941
1 2850-009
Letters and notes
1981-1982
1 2850-009
Seattle Art Museum
1981-1982
1 2850-009
Pilchuck
1981-1982
1 2850-009
Christmas cards
1981?
2-3 2850-009
Letters and cards
1983-1987
2-3 2850-009
Agendas and Itineraries
1983-1987
2-3 2850-009
Clippings
1983-1987
2-3 2850-009
Ephemera
1983-1987

Accession No. 2850-010: John H. Hauberg papers, 1923-2001Return to Top

16.67 cubic feet (26 boxes)

Scope and Content: This addition to the existing John H. Hauberg collection consists mainly of personal materials. Includes slides, photos, correspondence, clippings, printed ephemera, Princeton related ephemera, and miscellaneous publications. Notable correspondents include Anne Gould Hauberg, John H. Hauberg, Sr., George H.W. Bush, Dale Chihuly, and Charles Odegaard. Materials relate to civic, art, personal, and some business matters, especially the Seattle Art Museum, Weyerhaeuser Co., and Pilchuck Glass School.

Restrictions on Access: Access restricted: For terms of access contact Special Collections

Records stored offsite; advance notice required for use.

Restrictions on Use: Unknown.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Accession
1 2850-010
Princeton; Hotchkiss materials; ephemera
2 2850-010
J. H. Hauberg correspondence
1924-2001
3 2850-010
Memoirs; Photos; printed ephemera
1923-1980
4 2850-010
Clippings
1963-2000
5 2850-010
Printed ephemera
1969-1990
6 2850-010
Clippings; various personal ephemera
1935-1980
tube
7 2850-010
Rolled Architectural Drawings
Box
8 2850-010
Day Planner; greeting cards, maps
9 2850-010
Seattle Art Museum publications and J. H. Hauberg publications
box:oversize
10 2850-010
Honorary Plaques
11 2850-010
Ephemeral publications on Pre-Columbian Mayaland, Columbia, Mexico
12 2850-010
Photos
Box
13 2850-010
???
14 2850-010
???
15 2850-010
Photos and slides
16 2850-010
Slides: Pre-Columbian Mayaland, Columbia, Mexico
17 2850-010
Slides
1955-1974
18 2850-010
Slides
1969-1970
19 2850-010
Slides
1955-1958
20 2850-010
Slides
1955-1958
21 2850-010
Slides
1959-1969
22 2850-010
Slides
1971-1990
23 2850-010
Slides
1975-1989
24 2850-010
Slides
1969-1970
25 2850-010
Slides
1969-1970
26 2850-010
Slides
1971-1974

Accession No. 2850-011: John H. Hauberg papers, 1997Return to Top

0.36 cubic feet (1 box)

Scope and Content: Correspondence (business and personal), meeting minutes and reports, business memos, notes and lists, event programs and invitations, auction guide, newsletters and annual reports, ephemera.

Restrictions on Access: No restrictions on access.

Restrictions on Use: Literary rights transferred to the University of Washington.

Acquisition Info: Donated by Fay Hauberg, 2015-11-23.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box Accession
1 2850-011
Correspondence (business and personal)
1997
1 2850-011
Meeting mintues and reports
1997
1 2850-011
Business memos
1997
1 2850-011
Notes and lists
1997
1 2850-011
Event programs and invitations
1997
1 2850-011
Auction guide
1997
1 2850-011
Newsletters and annual reports
1997
1 2850-011
Ephemera
1997

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

  • Subject Terms :
  • Art museums--Washington (State)--Seattle
  • Art patrons--Washington (State)--Seattle--Archives
  • Art, American--Northwest, Pacific
  • Arts--Northwest, Pacific
  • Foresters--Washington (State)--Seattle--Archives
  • Forests and forestry--Washington (State)
  • Glass art--Study and teaching--Washington (State)
  • Handicraft--Northwest, Pacific
  • Indian art--Northwest Coast of North America
  • Lumbering--Washington (State)
  • Personal Names :
  • Barnett, Arthur G., 1907-
  • Bartlett, Grace
  • Bennett, Pearl
  • Buechner, Thomas S
  • Chihuly, Dale, 1941-
  • Dingwall, Ewen C., 1913-1996
  • Dunlap, Beulah
  • Gardner, Robert G
  • Hauberg, John H. (John Henry), 1916-2002--Archives
  • Klein, Henry, 1921-
  • Larsen, Jack Lenor
  • Meech, Robert B
  • Plaut, James S. (James Sachs), 1912-1996
  • Rooney, Alice
  • Seidl, Robert J
  • Tobey, Mark
  • Corporate Names :
  • American Craft Council
  • Diet (Club : Seattle, Wash.)
  • Pacific Northwest Arts Center (Seattle, Wash.)
  • Pilchuck Glass School
  • Pilchuck School
  • Seattle Art Museum
  • Geographical Names :
  • Pilchuck Tree Farm (Wash.)
  • Form or Genre Terms :
  • Personal correspondence
  • Photographs
  • Sound recordings

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

  • Subject Terms :
  • Personal Papers/Corporate Records (University of Washington)