Anne Gould Hauberg papers, 1913-2011  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Hauberg, Anne Gould
Title
Anne Gould Hauberg papers
Dates
1913-2011 (inclusive)
Quantity
15.07 cubic feet (23 boxes)
3 oversize packages (scrapbooks)
2 sound cassettes
2 vertical files
Collection Number
2991
Summary
Art patron of Seattle, Washington
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

No restrictions on access.

Languages
English


Biographical NoteReturn to Top

Annie Laurie Westbrook Gould (she later changed this to Anne Westbrook Gould) was the daughter of Seattle architect and educator Carl F. Gould and Dorothy Fay Gould. Anne Gould was raised in Seattle and studied architecture at the University of Washington College of Architecture and Urban Planning for two years (she was particularly influenced by faculty member Lionel Pries), then spent a year at Vassar, before enrolling at the Cambridge School of Architecture and Design in Cambridge, Massachusetts, but she returned to Seattle on the death of her father in 1939.

In June 1941, Anne Gould married John Hauberg, a timber heir, who attended Princeton University and graduated from the University of Washington College of Forestry in 1949.

Anne Hauberg's philanthropic career was launched when two of the couple's three children proved to be mentally disabled. The Haubergs gave funds for the creation of the Pilot School for Neurologically Impaired Children which opened in 1960 in two small buildings on the University of Washington campus. The School continues today as the EEU (Experimental Education Unit), a portion of the University of Washington Center on Human Development and Disability.

In the 1950s, the Haubergs emerged as patrons of the arts in Seattle and the Pacific Northwest. They not only collected art works, but provided support for emerging Northwest artists. By the 1960s, Anne Hauberg particularly focused on supporting the crafts through another philanthropic organization, the Friends of the Crafts.

By the 1960s, Anne Hauberg was involved in the Seattle Municipal Art Commission, and she was a founding member of the civic activist organization, the "Committee of 33." In 1969, Anne and John Hauberg together supported Dale Chihuly's idea for a glass-blowing summer school program in the rural Northwest. The subsequent development of this program became the Pilchuck Glass School.

Anne Gould Hauberg and John Hauberg divorced in 1978-79. Anne Hauberg continued her activities in her arts and has been deeply involved in the Seattle Art Museum, the Tacoma Art Museum, the Pilchuck School, and other Northwest arts organizations. In addition, she is in honorary member of Northwest Designer Craftsmen. (information is from Wikipedia)

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

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Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Restrictions on Use

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Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

 

Accession No. 2991-001: Anne Gould Hauberg interview, 1977Return to Top

0.11 cubic feet (2 sound cassettes [1.5 hours] plus transcript)

Scope and Content: Tape recorded interview conducted by LaMar Harrington on 20 Jun 1977; transcript.

This interview was recorded for a research project LaMar Harrington contemplated on public art.

Restrictions on Access: No restrictions on access.

Restrictions on Use: Creator's literary rights not transferred to the University of Washington Libraries.

Acquisition Info: Donated by LaMar Harrington, 6/15/1979.

Accession No. 2991-002: Anne Gould Hauberg papers, 1973-1975Return to Top

1 vertical file [4 items]

Scope and Content: Correspondence, news release, clipping, ephemera.

Accession relates to activities of Hauberg, including philanthropy on behalf of the fine arts.

Restrictions on Access: No restrictions on access.

Restrictions on Use: Creator's literary rights not transferred to the University of Washington Libraries.

Acquisition Info: Received 1/1/1983.

Accession No. 2991-003: Anne Gould Hauberg papers, circa 1917-1983Return to Top

11.53 cubic feet (20 boxes)
3 oversize scrapbooks

Scope and Content: Correspondence (ca. 1932-1982); invitations, subject series, ephemera, photographs and related papers.

Restrictions on Access: No restrictions on access.

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

Acquisition Info: Donated by Anne Gould Hauberg, 1/1/1985.

Accession No. 2991-004: Anne Gould Hauberg papers, circa 1924-2003Return to Top

0.82 cubic feet (2 boxes)

Scope and Content: Biographical information, newspaper clippings, correspondence, and a list of invitees to the wedding of Anne Gould to John Hauberg.

Restrictions on Access: No restrictions on access.

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

Acquisition Info: Donated by Anne Gould Hauberg, November 14, 2003, July 18, 2011, and October 25, 2011.

Processing Info: Loose and framed photographs and one photograph album were separated from the collection and transferred to Visual Materials, 2011.

Accession No. 2991-005: Anne Gould Hauberg Papers, 1913-2011Return to Top

2.58 cubic feet (3 boxes)
Arrangement: Arranged alphabetically by subject

Scope and Content: Articles, correspondence, relating to philanthropist and art patron Anne Gould Hauberg, focusing primarily on her involvement with the Museum of Glass and the UW Tacoma MFA program. Also includes a large number of guestbooks.

Restrictions on Access: No restrictions on access.

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

Acquisition Info: Donated by Anne Gould Hauberg via Jeanette Whiteman, 2013.

Processing Info: Processed by A. Demeter

Loose and framed photographs and two boxes of slides were separated from the collection and transferred to Visual Materials, 2013.

Container(s) Description Dates
Box/Folder Accession
1/1 2991-005
Art gifts/letters
1992-1993
1/2 2991-005
Articles about Hauberg
1981-2011
1/3 2991-005
Art and architecture articles
1997-2007
1/4 2991-005
Awards, acknowledgments
1972; 2001-2006
1/5 2991-005
Biographical/genealogical file
1926-1997
1/6-7 2991-005
Book project, Fired by Art
2005-2008
1/8 2991-005
Bride's gift book
1941
1/9 2991-005
Calendar
1941
1/10 2991-005
Chihuly, Bridge of Glass (faxed drawings)
1997
Correspondence
Box/Folder Accession
1/11-16 2991-005
Incoming
1938-1990
1/17-18 2991-005
Incoming - From Alice Fay (Mrs. John Fay)
1938-1944
1/19-22 2991-005
Incoming - From Dorothy Gould (Mrs. Carl Gould)
1937-1944
1/23 2991-005
Incoming - Greeting cards
1940-1944; undated
1/24 2991-005
Incoming - To other family members
1944-1945; undated
1/25 2991-005
Outgoing
ca. 1979-1980
Box/Folder Accession
1/26 2991-005
Fay, Jean
1967-1986
1/27 2991-005
Garden, "Topsfield"
2005-2007
Gould, Carl F.
Box/Folder Accession
1/28 2991-005
Articles about
1913-1984
1/29 2991-005
Manuscript about
1989
Box/Folder Accession
1/30 2991-005
Guestbooks (1 volume)
1973-1976
2/1-15 2991-005
Guestbooks (15 volumes)
1976-2010
2/16 2991-005
Hamilton, Thom – Work on Museum of Glass and Hauberg home
2002
Museum of Glass
Box/Folder Accession
2/17 2991-005
Articles
2002
2/18 2991-005
Grand opening media campaign
2002
Box/Folder Accession
3/1 2991-005
Pacific Arts Center history
2005
3/2-3 2991-005
Planners
2005; 2009
3/4 2991-005
Reynthiens, Patrick
1978-1980
3/5 2991-005
Speeches
2002
Tobey, Mark
Box/Folder Accession
3/6 2991-005
Estate
1976-1977
3/7 2991-005
Letters
1963-1983
UW Tacoma – Proposal for MFA in glass/3d art
Box/Folder Accession
3/8 2991-005
Binder – Glass at a Glance
ca. 2006
3/9 2991-005
Hauberg and Chandler, Report on Glass Art MFA Programsand related correspondence
1998-2000
3/10 2991-005
UW School of Glass
1999-2001
Box/Folder Accession
3/11 2991-005
Visionaries!American Craft Museum calendar
2000
3/12 2991-005
Wyman, Virginia, Mnemonic Wanderings through the Hallways of Helen Bush-Parkside School, 1955-1967
2007
3/13 2991-005
Miscellany
1998-2004

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

  • Subject Terms :
  • Personal Papers/Corporate Records (University of Washington)
  • Personal Names :
  • Hauberg, Anne Gould--Archives
  • Other Creators :
    • Personal Names :
    • Anderson, Guy, 1906-1998 (creator)
    • Bonifas, Paul (creator)
    • Chihuly, Dale, 1941- (creator)
    • Gould, Carl F., 1916-1992 (creator)
    • Gould, Carl Freylinghuysen, 1873-1939 (creator)
    • Gould, Dorothy Fay (creator)
    • Hauberg, John H. (John Henry), 1916-2002 (creator)
    • Koenig, John Franklin, 1924-2008 (creator)