|#||Title||Accession #||Date||Author||Creator||Contributors||Description||Physical Location|
|1||Thursday||May 7, 1979|
|2||Arrival Gate||1970||Brown, Roger|
|3||The Peaceable Kingdom II For the People Who Need Buildings in their Paintings (for the unaware: Edward Hicks painted the peacable kingdom over and over)||1989||Brown, Roger|
|4||Art scholarships awarded||June 12, 1980|
|5||Christmas Project 1991||Mailart C11.05||December 1991||
1 card; Card that says "Merry Christmas" with a big rubber stamp of a Christmas tree with glued ornaments.
||Mail Art C: Christmas Project 1991|
|6||School of Art Institute looks past turmoil at triumphs||August 13, 1989||Delacoma, Wynne|
|7||Picture this: 20 cops learn art||September 17, 1980||Snyder, Sarah|
|8||Northwestern||January 28, 1979|
|9||Winter Breath||1976||Brown, Roger|
|10||Art Show Opens||August 2, 1980|
|12||Cracker Jack Kid, 1983||Mailart W4.01||1983||Welch, Chuck, 1948-||
1 envelope, 1 letter; White commercial flat envelope with drawing of a man on the left corner, receiver's information is written on a...
Show more1 envelope, 1 letter; White commercial flat envelope with drawing of a man on the left corner, receiver's information is written on a design with "AIROMAHA" on it. Scourage "RADIOACTIVE LOBSTER OCEANIC DUMP" with image of a lobster in red on the right upper corner.; White typed, single sided letter with light blue and silver item (TAGGED IN WAR AND IN PEACE) placed inside small translucent envelope that is glued to the letter head.
|Mail Art T-Z: Welch, Chuck (CRACKERJACK KID)|
|13||The Art Institute: A century of greatness|
|14||Cat Smith, [date unknown]||Mailart S54.08||[date unknown]||Smith, Cat||
1 postcard; Front is collaged- silver paper on bottom with layers of glue and tape on top. Reverse side has Craig's address collaged and...
Show more1 postcard; Front is collaged- silver paper on bottom with layers of glue and tape on top. Reverse side has Craig's address collaged and above says- "it looks like art because it is."
|Mail Art S: Smith, Cat|
|15||Arte ala Carte, May 14, 1990||Mailart A14.13||May 14, 1990||Coderre, Joan||
1 envelope, 1 letter; White envelope with silver line across middle, various rubberstamps including multiple ampersands, 1 USA stamp (25)...
Show more1 envelope, 1 letter; White envelope with silver line across middle, various rubberstamps including multiple ampersands, 1 USA stamp (25); Handwritten letter on white paper with rubber stamps.
|Mail Art A-B: Art ala Cart (Joan Coderre)|
|16||Artistamp 4.16||Artistamp 4.16||[date unknown]||Thompson, Michael||
Single color stamp.
||Flaxman Library Special Collections|
|17||Crumbs, November 15, 1976||19761115-Crumbs||November 15, 1976||Pulick, W.R.;Naplac, Ronby;Caplan, Byron;Steger, T.;Harvey, Janice;Flanigan, Marti;Heinz, John;Mayer, Estelle;Veeder, Jane||Flaxman Library Special Collections|
|18||The Bag Lady, June 23, 1989||Mailart G17.127||June 23, 1989||Gellman, Donna||
1 envelope, 5 loose papers, 2 loose newspaper cutouts; Pink metal clasp envelope stamped with images of animals.; 1 loose newspaper...
Show more1 envelope, 5 loose papers, 2 loose newspaper cutouts; Pink metal clasp envelope stamped with images of animals.; 1 loose newspaper cutout of a comic illustration "The Far Side" by Gary Larson. 1 loose newspaper cutout of a color illustration of a demon. 1 loose paper stamped with illustration of a brain and a lizard. 1 loose paper printed with an illustration of a portrait, decorated with stickers and stamped images. 1 magazine cutout, featuring a printed image of a color woodblock print on paper, "Daikon" (1864). 1 loose magazine cutout from June 1989 Mpls. St. Paul, page 79 and 80. 1 loose paper printed with a calligraphy of "the bag lady" and filled with a handwritten message in black ink.
|The Bag Lady (Donna Gellman)|
|19||Ex Posto Facto, September 20, 1991||Mailart E11.13||September 20, 1991||Paquette, Julie||
1 envelope, 1 letter, 3 ephemera; Envelope with various colored rubber stamps on the front.The left side includes teal colored comedy...
Show more1 envelope, 1 letter, 3 ephemera; Envelope with various colored rubber stamps on the front.The left side includes teal colored comedy/drama masks,a tanish cartoon wolf with record albums, a Peace sign, a blue circle with a bar going through with blue text and a green recycle symbol with text.The right side includes rubber stamps of a male face winking encased in a square, a red British North Borneo postage stamp and a purple fist in an octagon holding crooked arrows.Under the Receiver's address is rubber stamped text.On the back is a single rubber stamped hand-colored alligator in a curved square bordered by text.; 1 folded letter has a typed and handwritten message.The right bottom corner has a rubber stamp of a woman reading a letter outlined in a circle.1 folded double-sided torn page (39/40) from the book "Mail For The World", chapter IV, "Feudal States and Towns: Letters for Important Persons.1 Farside b/w comic by Larson with a couple in a canoe being attacked by an alligator.The woman is yelling and the man is slipping near the alligator.Text stating what she is yelling is underneath the action.1 folded torn page (9/10) from the book "Pop-Topping".Page 10 has typed text, while page 9 has a full page b/w photo of male dressed in a pop-tops design called "The Blessing' standing in thousands of pop-tops.
|Mail Art E-F: Ex posto facto (Julie Paquette) or Jeffries aka "Nobody's Wife"|
|20||W. Mark Sutherland, June 19, 1990||Mailart S42.01||June 19, 1990||Sutherland, W. Mark||
1 envelope, 1 content; White side seam envelope with "notify sender of new address" sticker.; 5 pages stapled: typed, biography and...
Show more1 envelope, 1 content; White side seam envelope with "notify sender of new address" sticker.; 5 pages stapled: typed, biography and general information on the sender with cover letter on the front.
|Mail Art S: Sutherland, Mark W.|