name of catalogue or brochure: Three Hundred Years of American Art in the Chrysler Museum, (260 pages) Exhibition Catalogue.
author(s) of essay: Dennis Anderson, Curator of American Art
title of essay: 15 page Introduction (skip the following short bios).
date of publication 1976
name of copyright owner: Chrysler Museum
other contact: catalogue from the Lonnie Dunbier collection
other essays and authors in catalogue:
Note: not in TFAO or Google Books
Skip the Foreward: TFAO does not want to publish it.
recovery matrix composite score:
From: John Hazeltine
Date: Thu Jun 12, 2008 5:05:42 PM US/Pacific
To: "Stacey Wittig"
Subject: Re: Three Hundred Years of American Art in the Chrysler Museum, 1976 and American Art at The Chrysler Museum: Selected Paintings, Sculpture, and Drawings by Martha H. Hagood and Jefferson C. Harrison
It looks like TFAO won't publish the essay we asked about, but the essay in American Art at The Chrysler Museum: Selected Paintings, Sculpture, and Drawings by Martha H. Hagood and Jefferson C. Harrison, published 2005 by the Chrysler Museum of Art, Norfolk, Virginia. LOC Control Number: 2004113799, ISBN: 0-940744-71-6.is OK with TFAO as a substitute.
If MHM is concerned that TFAO may need further approvals, it is necessary to ask for them. Please feel free to contact the distributor, University of Virginia Press, and the producer by Marquand Books, Inc., Seattle to see if they will give their approval, noting to them that the republishing online is OK with MHM.
On Monday, June 2, 2008, at 08:34 AM, Stacey Wittig wrote:
Thanks for your response. I am forwarding your email to our Director to see if the proposed article fits our guidelines. He is out of the office this week, so it may take a while for me to get back with you. Thanks again.
Sent: Tuesday, May 27, 2008 1:27 PM
Cc: Laura Christiansen
Subject: FW: Three Hundred Years of American Art in the Chrysler Museum, 1976
Thank you very much for your request. Although we would love to have our publications linked from your site, we do not want the particular publication you request, Three Hundred Years of American Art in the Chrysler Museum, 1976 Exhibition Catalogue by Dennis Anderson, Curator of American Art, 15-page Introduction to be reproduced. It in fact contains many errors and the Chief Curator, Jefferson Harrison, has explicitly stated we cannot digitize it on your site, or any other site.
We are, however, interested to see if you would like to rekey American Art at The Chrysler Museum: Selected Paintings, Sculpture, and Drawings by Martha H. Hagood and Jefferson C. Harrison, published 2005 by the Chrysler Museum of Art, Norfolk, Virginia. LOC Control Number: 2004113799, ISBN: 0-940744-71-6.
The only question I have concerns the other players in the publishing, specifically the distributor, University of Virginia Press, and the producer by Marquand Books, Inc., Seattle do they also need to approve this request?
Thank you, again, for your request and I look forward to working with you on this
Molly Hutton Marder
Registrar, Chrysler Museum of Art
245 West Olney Road
Norfolk, VA 23510-1509
phone 757.965.2030 / fax 757.664.6201
visit the website http://www.chrysler.org
From:Stacey Wittig [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Friday, May 23, 2008 12:31 AM
To: Laura Christiansen
Subject: Three Hundred Years of American Art in the Chrysler Museum, 1976
Thank you for allowing me to share some information about The Resource Library, an online publication of Traditional Fine Arts Organization.
The Resource Library, founded in 1997, is the most comprehensive online publication devoted primarily to American representational art. The content time line spans the pre-Colonial period to the present and covers significant artistic and critical achievement in every state. It is published without subscription charges by its nonprofit owner and publisher Traditional Fine Arts Organization.
Library of Congress Number: ISSN 1550-8420
Resource Libraryreaders include students, scholars and teachers, plus the general public. Site traffic analysis covering the most recent five-year period suggests that over a third of traffic derives from student and teacher readership.
We are an organization that you can trust with your publications; take a look at our site to see how we've handled others' works. We have hundreds of authors in our Author Index. There are hundreds of museums listed on our Museum Index.
The Resource Librarywould like your permission to rekey and post from the Three Hundred Years of American Art in the Chrysler Museum, 1976 Exhibition Catalogue:
Dennis Anderson, Curator of American Art, 15-page Introduction
Ifthe Chrysler Museumwere so kind as to grant us permission to rekey and post the Introduction, then your information would appear at the top of the page:
· Museum name
· Contact phone number of your museum
· Web link to your website
At the bottom of the page, after each article,the Chrysler Museumwill be further referenced with:
"Read more articles and essays concerning this institutional source by visiting the sub-index page for theChrysler Museumin Resource Library Magazine." (You may see an example of the Santa Barbara Museum of Art references at http://www.tfaoi.com/aa/3aa/3aa23.htm )
TFAO's website, http://www.tfaoi.com/resourc.htm, outlines in much detail any questions that you or your colleagues might have. But please feel free to call me with any questions.
Please let me know when would be a good time to email to you a permissions letter.I look forward to working with you,
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