Subject Files, 1959-2014
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Consists of records documenting the administration of the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden during the tenures of Abram Lerner, Director, 1967-1984; James Demetrion, Director, 1984-2001; Ned Rifkin, Director, 2002-2004; Olga M. Viso, Director, 2005-2007; Kerry Brougher, Acting Director, 2007-2009, and Interim Director, 2013-2014; and Richard Koshalek, Director, 2009-2013. Materials include newsletters, photographs, reports, studies, planning documents, correspondence, memoranda, email, notes, meeting minutes, recommendations, slides, biographies, speeches, newspaper clippings, press releases, visitor statistics, policies, architectural drawings, concept drawings, promotional materials, brochures, budget materials, floor plans, and related materials. Some materials are in electronic format.
- Demetrion, James
- Lerner, Abram
- Viso, Olga M. 1966-
- Rifkin, Ned
- Brougher, Kerry
- Koshalek, Richard
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Alphabetic, chronologic, and unarranged
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Restrictions & Rights
Materials less than 15 years old Restricted. Contact reference staff for details
- Art museums
- Art, Modern
- Art museum directors
- Black-and-white photographs
- Color transparencies
- Black-and-white transparencies
- Electronic records
- Electronic mail
- Compact discs
- Architectural drawings
- Floor plans
- Digital versatile discs
- 31.44 cu. ft. unprocessed holdings
- 18 cu. ft. processed holdings