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Guide to the Museum of Biblical Art Records
1997-2015
 MS 3094

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Descriptive Summary

Creator: Museum of Biblical Art
Title: Museum of Biblical Art records
Dates [inclusive]: 1997-2015
Abstract: (Note: Access to the collection is restricted until August 1, 2025.) The Museum of Biblical Art records include curatorial, administration, and exhibition files dating from its time as the Gallery at the American Bible Society in 1997 to its closing in 2015. MoBiA was founded in order to highlight the influence that the Bible has had on art while keeping a secular distance. The majority of the records relate the museums numerous exhibitions over the years including the checklists, condition reports, clippings, and loan agreements as well as other information. There are also documents regarding the administration of the museum and its continual relationship with the American Bible Society. MoBiA closed in 2015 following financial difficulties and its inability to find a new location in New York City.
Quantity: 30 Linear feet in 30 record cartons
Location: Materials are stored offsite.
Call Phrase: MS 3094

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Historical Note

The Museum of Biblical Art (MoBiA) was an institution located in New York City that sought to remain religiously neutral while pursuing its key mission of providing insight into the ways that the Bible has influenced art. It was originally created as the Gallery at the American Bible Society in 1997 with Ena Heller placed as its director. It was not until 2005 that it officially became its own independent institution and was renamed as the Museum of Biblical Art. However, despite the fact that MoBiA was a separate institution from the American Bible Society (ABS), it continued to be located within the ABS headquarters and received a large majority of its funds from ABS as well.

Its first exhibition was "Coming Home! Self-Taught Artists, the Bible and the American South." Due to that fact that MoBiA did not house a permanent collection of its own, most of its exhibitions over the next decade required loans from other institutions and artists. Other exhibitions included "Biblical Art in a Secular Century," "Chagall's Bible," and "Louis C. Tiffany and the Art of Devotion." Such exhibitions included a broad range of works from several different regions and time periods. Its last exhibition was "Sculpture in the Age of Donatello: Renaissance Masterpieces from Florence Cathedral" which featured pieces that had never before been shown in the United States.

In 2015, the American Bible Society moved its headquarters from New York City to Philadelphia. Since MoBiA had previously been able to rent its location in ABS for a very minimal price, the museum now found it a challenge to find a new location that it would be able to afford. Therefore, by the summer of 2015, the Museum of Biblical Art officially closed due to financial constraints.

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Scope and Contents

The Museum of Biblical Art records include curatorial, administration, and exhibition files from 1997 to 2015. The documents concern MoBiA's time as an independent museum from 2005 to 2015 as well as its original status as the Gallery at the American Bible Society from 1997 to 2004.

Due to the fact that MoBiA had no permanent collections of its own, the majority of the files relate to the organization of exhibitions. These include loan agreements, checklists, and installation plans as well as other details regarding the realization of MoBiA's displays. The amount of records regarding each exhibition differs greatly, but the majority of the files include numerous documents concerning the acquisition of art works and their layout in the museum. The majority of the files pertain to exhibitions organized once MoBiA became its own institution, however, there are a few items that date back to its time as the Gallery at the American Bible Society. There are also records regarding the creation of books and symposiums to accompany some of the exhibitions.

In addition, the records include information related to the administration of MoBiA. There are agendas, minutes, and meeting notes from the decade long work of the Board of Trustees. These pertain to topics such as finances, programs, and the eventual dissolution of the board in 2015. Items also concern other administrative factors of MoBiA's such as financial, strategic, and operational planning. Although the museum was officially independent from the American Bible Society, MoBiA still received many donations from ABS and was located within their New York City headquarters. Therefore, there are also files related to the relationship between the two institutions. These include financial agreements as well as lease contracts. There are also records regarding meetings in which both MoBiA and ABS discuss what type of relationship they should have and how they should move forward with it.

Other materials include press clippings about both individual exhibitions and MoBiA in general as well as pamphlets, postcards, and brochures for each of the museum's exhibitions.

Arrangement

This record group is organized into four series:

I. Administrative Files

II. Exhibition Files

III. Press Clippings

IV. Printed Materials

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Access Points

Document Type

  • Brochures.
  • Contracts.
  • Letters (correspondence).
  • Financial records.
  • Minutes (administrative records)
  • Postcards.
  • Press clippings.

Subject Organizations

  • American Bible Society
  • American Bible Society. Gallery

Subject Topics

  • Art -- Exhibitions.
  • Art museums -- New York (State) -- New York.
  • Artists
  • Museum loans
  • Traveling exhibitions

Subject Uniform Title(s)

  • Bible -- History of Biblical events -- Art.

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Administrative Information

Access Restrictions

Under the terms of the gift agreement with the Museum of Biblical Art, access to the collection is restricted for a period of ten years, that is, until August 1, 2025. During this restricted period, access is permitted only with written permission from the donor's designated trustees. For further information, contact the N-YHS Library's Curator of Manuscripts at manuscripts@yhistory.org.

Use Restrictions

Digital formats (e.g., CDs) are found in the collection. These are currently restricted from access in order to ensure that the digital files are not accidentally corrupted.

This collection is owned by the New-York Historical Society. The copyright law of the United States governs the making of photocopies and protects unpublished materials as well as published materials. Unpublished materials created before January 1, 1978 cannot be quoted in publication without permission of the copyright holder.

Preferred Citation

This collection should be cited as the Museum of Biblical Art Records, MS 3094, New-York Historical Society.

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Gift from Museum of Biblical Art in 2015.

Processing Information

Processed by intern Andy Latoni of the Princeton Internships in Civic Service program in July 2019.

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Container List

Series I. Administrative Files, 1997-2015. 6.5 Linear feet

Scope and Contents

This series includes records related to the administration of the Museum of Biblical Art (MoBiA). There are files related to the actions of the Board of Trustees. These include minutes and agendas of each meeting from 2005 to the dissolution of the Board in 2015. Such documents relate to MoBiA's finances and the goals for the future of the museum. There are also records of each individual member of the Board of Trustees, which include financial contributions and correspondence.

In addition, there are several files that concern the relationship between MoBiA and the American Bible Society (ABS). These include lease agreements since MoBiA was located within the American Bible Society headquarters as well as financial agreements. There are also documents regarding the two institutions' different visions for the future of their relationship and how these differences progress over the years.

Records pertaining to the other administrative aspects of the museum are also present. These related to MoBiA's committees which played a part in the planning of new exhibitions; the strategies that MoBiA should pursue to reach new audiences; the attempts to find a new location for the museum; and the financial goals for the institution. There are also miscellaneous reports, correspondence, and other documents related to other aspects of MoBiA's administration.

Arrangement

The container list of this series is roughly arranged by topic with documents related to higher ranking administrative bodies placed first. Duplicates are located at the end.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Offsite-Box: 7 Folder : 1-6 Board of Trustees, meetings (6 folders)
2005-2015
Offsite-Box: 7 Folder : 7-10 Board of Trustees, members (4 folders)
2004-2015
Offsite-Box: 8 Folder : 1 Board of Trustees, members
2005-2015
Offsite-Box: 8 Folder : 2 Board of Trustees, board retreat
2011-2012
Offsite-Box: 8 Folder : 3-8 American Bible Society relations (6 folders)
2000-2015
Offsite-Box: 12 Folder : 1 American Bible Society relations
2011-2012
Offsite-Box: 8 Folder : 9-12 Operational (4 folders)

Scope and Contents

Includes strategic plans, business plans, institutional plans, and operational plans.

2003-2015
Offsite-Box: 9 Folder : 1-2 Building Committee (2 folders)
2013-2014
Offsite-Box: 9 Folder : 3 Executive Committee
2009-2015
Offsite-Box: 9 Folder : 4-5 Exhibitions Committee (2 folders)
2011-2014
Offsite-Box: 12 Folder : 2 Exhibitions Committee

Scope and Contents

Includes list of MoBiA's exhibitions and their dates from 1998 to 2013.

2011-2014
Offsite-Box: 9 Folder : 6 Development Committee
2013-2014
Offsite-Box: 9 Folder : 7-10 Financial reports (4 folders)
2006-2015
Offsite-Box: 9 Folder : 11 Facilities, lease
2006-2014
Offsite-Box: 9 Folder : 12 Facilities, renovations
2004-2006
Offsite-Box: 11 Folder : 6-8 Facilities, design (3 folders)
1997-2000
Offsite-Box: 11 Folder : 9-10 Facilities reports (2 folders)
1997-2011
Offsite-Box: 9 Folder : 13-15 Correspondence (3 folders)
1999-2014
Offsite-Box: 10 Folder : 1 Museum Policies
2005
Offsite-Box: 12 Folder : 3 Museum Charter
2004
Offsite-Box: 10 Folder : 2 Governance manual
2013-2014
Offsite-Box: 10 Folder : 3 Communications Report
2014-2015
Offsite-Box: 11 Folder : 11 Audience development report
2010
Offsite-Box: 10 Folder : 4-7 Press coverage (4 folders)
2005-2012
Offsite-Box: 10 Folder : 8-10 Miscellaneous (3 folders)
2010-2014
Offsite-Box: 12 Folder : 4-7 Miscellaneous (4 folders)
1998-2015
Offsite-Box: 10 Folder : 11-13 DVDs and CDs (3 folders) (RESTRICTED)

Scope and Contents

Includes CDs and DVDs. These are currently restricted from access in order to ensure that the digital files are not accidentally corrupted.

2000-2014
Offsite-Box: 11 Folder : 1 Operational (duplicates)
2003-2015
Offsite-Box: 11 Folder : 2-5 Press coverage (duplicates) (4 folders)
2005-2012
Offsite-Box: 30 Additional Excess Copies

Scope and Contents

This box holds excess copies of various documents found elsewhere in the collection.

1998-2015

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Series II. Exhibition Files, 1998-2015. 17.5 Linear feet

Scope and Contents

This series includes records related to the planning and actualization of several exhibitions that the Museum of Biblical Art displayed. The majority of the files relate to exhibitions that were put on after MoBiA became its own organization in 2005. Therefore, there are relatively few records regarding exhibitions that were on display when it was the Gallery of the American Bible Society from 1997 to 2004. Nevertheless, the number of exhibitions following this period appears to be complete, as there are no gaps in the exhibitions until the museum closes in 2015.

The amount of information regarding each exhibition varies in quantity. However, generally, most files will include the loan agreements, condition reports, checklists, exhibition contracts, shipping information, and climate reports for each exhibition. In addition, there may be label designs, research documents, wall layout plans, and installation strategies as well. There is also much correspondence related to the acquisition of certain works of art and the requests to other institutions for such pieces. If an exhibition travelled beyond its time at MoBiA, then there will be files pertaining to the planning and the condition reports related to that.

Catalogues were prepared for some of the exhibitions that MoBiA organized and the files hold a copy of those. There are also records related to the development of the catalogue, including planning for works to be featured, the photos to be used, and the scholars that would participate in its publication. At times, there are also files regarding the organization of symposiums and lectures for an exhibition. If there are any unusual or significant additional items in the files, then these will be noted in the Scope and Content note at the folder level below.

There are some exhibition files that include photographs, however, these are not of the actual exhibitions. Instead, the photos are largely included with condition reports in order to detail certain aspects of a piece for such reports.

Arrangement

The series is arranged in chronological order, based on the opening dates of each exhibition. Exhibitions that travelled passed the original dates of their showing will be placed with the folders of the initial exhibition despite their being shown at a later time. If there are records of a travelling exhibition, then this will be noted in the Scope and Content note of the folders.

Files are labelled by the official exhibition titles and the actual dates of the showings. Note that some of the exhibitions were subject to changes in both titles and dates over the course of their development. In addition, some of the actual folders in the records are labelled with abbreviated versions of the exhibition titles. Therefore, it is important to note that such information in the files may not completely match their description in the finding aid. In the case of the frequent use of a differing title or date, this distinction will be acknowledged in the Scope and Content note.

Processing Information

The contents of this series were found in file folders with no noticeable arrangement within given exhibitions. Therefore, the files in such folders remain physically unaltered and were simply moved to archival folders, leaving the majority of the files in their original folders.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Offsite-Box: 12 Folder : 9 Rare Bible Collection
1998
Offsite-Box: 12 Folder : 10 Images in Procession: Testimonies to the Spanish Faith
2000
Offsite-Box: 12 Folder : 11 In Search of Mary Magdalene: Images and Traditions
2002
Offsite-Box: 13 Folder : 1-7 Icons or Portraits? Images of Jesus and Mary across the Centuries from the Collection of Michael Hall (7 folders)

Scope and Contents

Includes photos of the pieces featured in the exhibition.

2002
Offsite-Box: 13 Folder : 8 Reflections on Glass: 20th Century Stained Glass in American Art and Architecture
2002
Offsite-Box: 13 Folder : 9-10 Finding Faith: Folk Art of Peru from the Collection of Antonio Lulli (2 folders)
2003
Offsite-Box: 14 Folder : 1 Coming Home! Self Taught Artists, the Bible, and the American South
2005
Offsite-Box: 14 Folder : 2 For Glory and for Beauty: Highlights from the Collection
2005
Offsite-Box: 14 Folder : 3 The Next Generation: Contemporary Expressions of Faith
2005
Offsite-Box: 14 Folder : 4-7 Let There Be Light: Oil-Lamps from the Holy Land (4 folders)
2005
Offsite-Box: 14 Folder : 8-13 This Anguished World of Shadows: Georges Rouault's "Miserere et Guerre" (6 folders)
2006
Offsite-Box: 15 Folder : 1-7 This Anguished World of Shadows: Georges Rouault's "Miserere et Guerre" (7 folders)

Scope and Contents

Includes documents regarding the exhibition travelling to different venues during the years after its original showing at the Museum of Biblical Art.

2006
Offsite-Box: 15 Folder : 8-11 The Word on the Street: The Photographs of Larry Racioppo (4 folders)
2006
Offsite-Box: 16 Folder : 1-6 Gilded Legacies: The Saint John's Bible in Context (6 folders)
2006
Offsite-Box: 16 Folder : 7-11 Biblical Art in a Secular Century: Selections, 1896-1993 (5 folders)

Scope and Contents

Formerly titled "Minding Traditions? Twentieth Century Artists and the Judeo-Christian Legacy."

2006
Offsite-Box: 17 Folder : 1-7 Biblical Art in a Secular Century: Selections, 1896-1993 (7 folders)
2006
Offsite-Box: 17 Folder : 8-12 Ethiopian Art from the Walters Art Museum (5 folders)
2007
Offsite-Box: 17 Folder : 13-16 The Christian Story: Five Asian Artists Today (4 folders)

Scope and Contents

Previously titled "Biblical Art and the Asian Imagination."

2007
Offsite-Box: 18 Folder : 1-6 The Christian Story: Five Asian Artists Today (6 folders)
2007
Offsite-Box: 18 Folder : 7-11 The Art of Forgiveness: Images of the Prodigal Son (5 folders)
2007
Offsite-Box: 19 Box : 1-9 The Art of Forgiveness: Images of the Prodigal Son (9 folders)
2007
Offsite-Box: 19 Folder : 10 Before the Flame Goes Out: The Romaniote Jews in Ioannina and New York
2008
Offsite-Box: 20 Folder : 1-11 Realms of Faith: Medieval Art from the Walters Art Museum (11 folders)

Scope and Contents

Includes documents related to a symposium held about the exhibition.

2008
Offsite-Box: 20 Folder : 12 Albrecht Dürer: Art in Transition
2008
Offsite-Box: 20 Folder : 13 Florence Portfolio
2008
Offsite-Box: 21 Folder : 1-6 Chagall's Bible: Mystical Storytelling (6 folders)

Scope and Contents

Includes records of the exhibition travelling to different museums after its original showing in the Museum of Biblical Art.

2008
Offsite-Box: 21 Folder : 7 Transfluence
2008
Offsite-Box: 21 Box : 8-11 Reel Religion: A Century of the Bible and Film (4 folders)
2009
Offsite-Box: 21 Folder : 12-14 Scripture for the Eyes: Bible Illustration in Netherlandish Prints of the Sixteenth Century (3 folders)
2009
Offsite-Box: 22 Folder : 1-4 Scripture for the Eyes: Bible Illustration in Netherlandish Prints of the Sixteenth Century (4 folders)
2009
Offsite-Box: 22 Folder : 5 Altered Religious Texts
2009
Offsite-Box: 22 Folder : 6-10 Tobi Kahn: Sacred Spaces for the 21st Century (5 folders)
2009
Offsite-Box: 22 Folder : 11-12 Scripture, Image, Life: Orthodox Christianity (2 folders)
2009
Offsite-Box: 23 Folder : 1-12 Uneasy Communion: Jews, Christians, and the Altarpieces of Medieval Spain (12 folders)

Scope and Contents

Includes film of the exhibition pieces. Some documents are in Spanish.

2010
Offsite-Box: 24 Folder : 1-4 Uneasy Communion: Jews, Christians, and the Altarpieces of Medieval Spain (4 folders)

Scope and Contents

Includes records from the planning of a similar exhibition for the Jewish Museum titled "Jews and Art in Medieval Aragon" which was eventually cancelled.

2010
Offsite-Box: 24 Folder : 5-8 The Glory of Ukraine: Sacred Images from the 11th to the 19th Centuries (4 folders)
2010
Offsite-Box: 24 Folder : 9-12 The Wanderer: Foreign Landscapes of Enrique Martínez Celaya (4 folders)

Scope and Contents

Formerly titled "The Stranger: A Biblical Reading of Enrique Martínez Celaya."

2010
Offsite-Box: 25 Folder : 1-12 Passion in Venice: Crivelli to Tintoretto and Veronese (12 folders)
2011
Offsite-Box: 26 Folder : 1-3 On Eagles' Wings: The King James Bible Turns 400 (3 folders)
2011
Offsite-Box: 26 Folder : 4-9 The Land of Light and Promise: 50 Years Painting Jerusalem and Beyond, Ludwig Blum (6 folders)
2011
Offsite-Box: 26 Folder : 10-11 Walls Speak: The Narrative of Hildreth Meière (2 folders)
2012
Offsite-Box: 26 Folder : 12-14 The Adoration of the Magi by Bartolo di Fredi: A Masterpiece Reconstructed (3 folders)
2012
Offsite-Box: 27 Folder : 1-8 Louis C. Tiffany and the Art of Devotion (8 folders)

Scope and Contents

Includes grant proposals.

2012
Offsite-Box: 27 Folder : 9-13 Ashe to Amen: African-Americans and Biblical Imagery (5 folders)

Scope and Contents

Includes grant proposals.

2013
Offsite-Box: 28 Folder : 1-8 Ashe to Amen: African-Americans and Biblical Imagery (8 folders)
2013
Offsite-Box: 28 Folder : 9-14 As Subject and Object: Contemporary Book Artists Explore Sacred Hebrew Texts (6 folders)

Scope and Contents

Includes statements and biographies of some of the artists whose work is featured in the exhibition.

2013
Offsite-Box: 29 Folder : 1-4 Sacred Visions: Nineteenth-Century Biblical Art from the Danesh Museum Collection (4 folders)

Scope and Contents

Includes records of exhibition travelling to different venues after original showing at the Museum of Biblical Art.

2013
Offsite-Box: 29 Folder : 5-6 Object of Devotion: Medieval English Alabaster Sculpture from the Victoria and Albert Museum (2 folders)

Scope and Contents

Includes audio tour script.

2014
Offsite-Box: 29 Folder : 7-8 Back to Eden: Contemporary Artists Wander the Garden (2 folders)
2014
Offsite-Box: 29 Folder : 9-10 Dürer, Rembrandt, Tiepolo: The Jansma Master Prints Collection from the Grand Rapids Art Museum (2 folders)
2015
Offsite-Box: 29 Folder : 11-14 Sculpture in the Age of Donatello: Renaissance Masterpieces from Florence Cathedral (4 folders)

Scope and Contents

Includes some documents in Italian.

2015
Offsite-Box: 30 Folder : 1-3 Sculpture in the Age of Donatello: Renaissance Masterpieces from Florence Cathedral (3 folders)

Scope and Contents

Includes CD of audio tour and grant proposals.

2015
Offsite-Box: 30 Folder : 4 Power and Piety: Spanish Colonial Art from the Colección Patricia Phelps de Cisneros

Scope and Contents

"Power and Piety" was not realized in the Museum of Biblical Art due to the fact that it closed shortly before the exhbition was due to begin. Therefore, the exhibition was shown in Palm Beach, Florida later in 2016.

2015

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Series III. Press Clippings, 1998-2015. 4.5 Linear feet

Scope and Contents

This series includes numerous press clippings regarding MoBiA's exhibitions and the museum in general. The clippings are organized into booklets depending on either their year of publication or their topic. From 2002 onwards, these booklets are increasingly organized by exhibition. It is important to note that before 2005, these clippings were usually divided into separate booklets as media logs and press clipping archives, but afterwards are organized into one booklet as a press clippings archive.

Arrangement

The materials of this series are arranged in chronological order with duplicates placed at the end of the series.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Offsite-Box: 1 Folder : 1-2 Press clippings 1998-1999 (2 folders)
1998-1999
Offsite-Box: 1 Folder : 3 Media log, August 1998-May 2000
1998-2000
Offsite-Box: 1 Folder : 4-5 Press clippings, 2000-2001 (2 folders)
2000-2001
Offsite-Box: 1 Folder : 6 Media log, July 2000-August 2001
2000-2001
Offsite-Box: 1 Folder : 7 Media log, July 2001-September 2002
2001-2002
Offsite-Box: 1 Folder : 8-10 Press clippings, 2002-2003 (3 folders)
2002-2003
Offsite-Box: 1 Folder : 11 Press clippings, December 2002-March 2003
2002-2003
Offsite-Box: 1 Folder : 12 Media log, May 2003-September 2003
2003
Offsite-Box: 1 Folder : 13-14 Press clippings, 2003-2004 (2 folders)
2003-2004
Offsite-Box: 2 Folder : 1-4 Press clippings, May 12-July 24, 2005 (4 folders)
2005
Offsite-Box: 2 Folder : 5 Press clippings, August 20-November 13, 2005
2005
Offsite-Box: 2 Folder : 6 Press clippings, December 1, 2005-February 26, 2006
2005-2006
Offsite-Box: 2 Folder : 7 Press clippings, 2005-2010
2005-2010
Offsite-Box: 2 Folder : 8 Press clippings, March 30-May 28, 2006
2006
Offsite-Box: 2 Folder : 9 Press clippings, June 15-August 20, 2006
2006
Offsite-Box: 2 Folder : 10 Press clippings, September 7-November 26, 2006
2006
Offsite-Box: 2 Folder : 11 Press clippings, December 14, 2006-March 11, 2007
2006-2007
Offsite-Box: 2 Folder : 12 Press clippings, March 22-May 20, 2007
2007
Offsite-Box: 3 Folder : 1 Press clippings, June 8-September 16, 2007
2007
Offsite-Box: 3 Folder : 2 Press clippings, October 14, 2007-February 17, 2008
2007-2008
Offsite-Box: 3 Folder : 3 Press clippings, March 5-July 13, 2008
2008
Offsite-Box: 3 Folder : 4-5 Press clippings, July 26-September 21, 2008 (2 folders)
2008
Offsite-Box: 3 Folder : 6 Press clippings, October 7, 2008-January 18, 2009
2008-2009
Offsite-Box: 3 Folder : 7 Press clippings, February 6-May 17, 2009

Scope and Contents

Includes DVD's from "Reel Religion: A Century of the Bible and Film" exhibition.

2009
Offsite-Box: 3 Folder : 8 Press clippings, June 5-September 27, 2009
2009
Offsite-Box: 3 Folder : 9 Press clippings, October 16, 2009-January 24, 2010
2009-2010
Offsite-Box: 3 Folder : 10 Press clippings, February 19-May 30, 2010
2010
Offsite-Box: 3 Folder : 11 Press clippings, June 18-September 12, 2010
2010
Offsite-Box: 3 Folder : 13 Press clippings, February 11-June 12, 2011
2011
Offsite-Box: 3 Folder : 12 Press clippings, September 30, 2010-January 16, 2011
2010-2011
Offsite-Box: 4 Folder : 1 Press clippings, July 8-October 16, 2011
2011
Offsite-Box: 4 Folder : 2 Press clippings, October 28, 2011-January 15, 2012
2011-2012
Offsite-Box: 4 Folder : 3 Press clippings, February 3-May 20, 2012
2012
Offsite-Box: 4 Folder : 4 Press clippings, June 8-September 9, 2012
2012
Offsite-Box: 4 Folder : 5 Press clippings, October 12, 2012-January 20, 2013
2012-2013
Offsite-Box: 4 Folder : 6 Press clippings, 2010-2012
2010-2012
Offsite-Box: 4 Folder : 7 Press clippings, February 15-May 26, 2013
2013
Offsite-Box: 4 Folder : 8-10 Press clippings, 2011-2013 (3 folders)
2011-2013
Offsite-Box: 6 Folder : 6 Media log, August 1998-May 2000 (duplicate)
1998-2000
Offsite-Box: 6 Folder : 7 Media log, July 2000-August 2001 (duplicate)
2000-2001
Offsite-Box: 6 Folder : 8 Media log, December 2001-September 2002 (duplicate)
2001-2002
Offsite-Box: 6 Folder : 9 Press clippings, January-March 2003 (duplicate)
2003
Offsite-Box: 6 Folder : 10 Media log, May 2003-September 2003 (duplicate)
2003
Offsite-Box: 6 Folder : 11-13 Press clippings, 2011-2013 (duplicate) (3 folders)
2011-2013
Offsite-Box: 30 Additional Excess Copies

Scope and Contents

This box holds excess copies of various documents found elsewhere in the collection.

1998-2015

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Series IV. Printed Materials, 1998-2015. 1.5 Linear feet

Scope and Contents

This series contains programs and brochures created for MoBiA and its projects. These are usually created for each individual exhibition and they include postcards, pamphlets, and leaflets for the visitors of the museum. There are limited items for the earliest exhibitions during the period that MoBiA was the Gallery at the American Bible Society. There may be multiple duplicates for some of the items.

Arrangement

The materials of this series are arranged in chronological order.

Container 1 Container 2   Title Date
Offsite-Box: 4 Folder : 11 Printed materials
1998-1999
Offsite-Box: 4 Folder : 12 Printed materials
1999-2000
Offsite-Box: 5 Folder : 1 Printed materials
2001
Offsite-Box: 5 Folder : 2 Printed materials
2001-2002
Offsite-Box: 5 Folder : 3 Printed materials
2002-2003
Offsite-Box: 5 Folder : 4 Printed materials
2003-2004
Offsite-Box: 5 Folder : 5 Printed materials
2005
Offsite-Box: 5 Folder : 6 Printed materials
2006
Offsite-Box: 5 Folder : 7 Printed materials
2007
Offsite-Box: 5 Folder : 8 Printed materials
2008
Offsite-Box: 5 Folder : 9 Printed materials
2009
Offsite-Box: 6 Folder : 1 Printed materials
2010-2011
Offsite-Box: 6 Folder : 2 Printed materials
2011-2012
Offsite-Box: 6 Folder : 3 Printed materials
2012-2013
Offsite-Box: 6 Folder : 4-5 Printed materials (2 folders)
2013-2015
Offsite-Box: 30 Additional Excess Copies

Scope and Contents

This box holds excess copies of various documents found elsewhere in the collection.

1998-2015

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