English Texts—Jean Charlot

English Texts

# Letter to W. Alanson Bryan on his nationality. 1925. Previously unpublished. L10

# "Art Interpretations". Mexican Life. March 1926, Volume 2, Number 2, pp. 16–17. A7

Quotation on Dais, Northwest Colonnade, Chichen Itzá. Sylvanus G. Morley: "Archaeology". Carnegie Institution of Washington Year Book No. 25, July 1, 1925, to June 30, 1926. Carnegie Institution of Washington, Washington, D.C., 1926, pp. 259–286: pp. 262 f. B26

"Report On The Columns In The Temple Of The Warriors". 1926. Partially published in the above. B26

"The Dais Of The Temple Of The Warriors". 1926. Previously unpublished. B26

"Report of Jean Charlot on the Sculptures and Paintings in the North and Northwest Colonnades (Stations 8 and 10)". Sylvanus G. Morley: "Archaeology". Carnegie Institution of Washington Year Book No. 26, July 1, 1926, to June 30, 1927. Carnegie Institution of Washington, Washington, D.C., 1927, pp. 231–267: pp. 246–249. B28

"Report of Jean Charlot on the Sculptures of the Temple of the Warriors and the Temple of the Chac Mool". Sylvanus G. Morley: "Archaeology". Carnegie Institution of Washington Year Book No. 27, July 1, 1927, to June 30, 1928. Washington, D.C.: Carnegie Institution of Washington, 1928, pp. 287–320: pp. 300–302. B29

"Report Of Jean Charlot On The Sculptures Copied In The Field Season Of 1928". 1928. Partially published in the above. B29

"Une Renaissance Mexicaine". Brenner, Anita [and Jean Charlot]. La Renaissance De L’Art Français Et Des Industries De Luxe. 1928, Volume 11, Number 2, February, pp. 60–68. A16

"A Note On Maya Esthetic". 1928. Previously unpublished. A30

"José-Clemente Orozco". Mexican Life. May 1928, Volume 4, Number 6, pp. 25–30.

Text with Jean Charlot's manuscript notes. A17

Jean Charlot's Corrigenda. [1928.] A17

"The Art of the Maya". News Service Bulletin: School Edition. Carnegie Institution of Washington, March 17, 1929, Number 5, pp. 24–30. Edited and paraphrased.

Edward Alden Jewell. "American Art Off to Sweden—Orozco Exhibits". The New York Times. February 9, 1930, Section 8, p. X13. Article substantially consists of a quoted letter from Jean Charlot. N7

"Dances of Mexico: Water colors by Jean Charlot". Theatre Guild Magazine. September 1930, pp. 48 f. A21

"Aztec Motifs". Design. November 1930, Volume 32, Number 6, pp. 138–139. A22

Augusta Shemin. "Opportunity Gallery". The New York Art Center Bulletin. April 1931, p. 103. Quotes Jean Charlot on the selection of Opportunity Gallery show. A23

"The Bas-Reliefs From The Temple Of Warriors". Art and Archaeology. June 1931, Volume 31, Number 6, pp. 311–316. A24

"The Maya of Middle America: Part IV—Bas-Reliefs from the Temple of the Warriors". News Service Bulletin: School Edition. Carnegie Institution of Washington, June 7, 1931, Volume 2, Number 20, pp. 133–136. A24

# Art Book. Jean Charlot. 1932–1938. Previously unpublished. U35

Notes On The Theory Of Art. ca. 1932–1938. Previously unpublished. U36

"An Estimate and a Tribute to Weston from a Painter". Merle Armitage: The Art of Edward Weston. New York: E. Weyhe, 1932, pp. 3–5. B32

"William A. Bouguereau: Fifty Years of Painting". Exhibition catalog. John Levy Galleries, New York, December 1932. B33

"Louis Eilshemius". Hound & Horn. January–March 1933, Volume 6, Number 2, pp. 242–245. A25

"Pinning Butterflies". Creative Art. May 1933, Volume 12, pp. 354–359. Review of The Art of Henri-Matisse by Albert C. Barnes and Violette de Mazia. A26

"Ben Shahn". Hound & Horn. July–September 1933, Volume 6, Number 4, pp. 632–634. A27

Statement. 100 Photographs: Edward Weston. Chicago: Increase Robinson Galleries, September–October 1933. B34

"Franklin D. Watkins". Hound & Horn. January–March 1934, Volume 7, Number 1, pp. 241–243. A28

"Art, Quick Or Slow". Magazine of Art. November 1934, Volume 27, Number 11, pp. 571–576. A29

"Emilio Amero". Flyer for Amero. January 5, 1935Julien Levy Gallery, New York, New York. B35

"Mayan Art". Magazine of Art. July 1935, Volume 28, Number 7, pp. 418–423. A30

Description of The Art Contribution to Civilization of All Nations and Countries. 1935. Description of mural at Straubenmüller Textile High School, NYC. Previously unpublished. U34

"A Death God In Stone". Bulletin of Smith College Museum of Art. June 1936, Number 17, pp. 12 f. Heavily edited. A31

"Painter’s Insight, Public’s Sight: The Critic, the Artist, and Problems of Representation". The American Scholar. Spring 1937, Volume 6, Number 2, pp. 131–144. A32

"Foreword". Carlos Mérida. New York: Georgette Passedoit Gallery, 1937. B36

"Foreword to Exhibition of Carlos Mérida". 1937. Preparatory text. B36

Autobiographical note. "About Our Authors". The American Scholar. Spring 1937, Volume 6, Number 2, p. 252. A32

"Surrealism—Or The Reason for Unreason". The American Scholar. Spring 1938, Volume 7, Number 2, pp. 230–242. A33

Autobiographical note. The American Scholar. Spring 1938, Volume 7, Number 2, p. 256. A33

"A XII Century Mayan Mural". Magazine of Art. November 1938, Volume 31, Number 11, pp. 624–629, 670. A34

# Foreword. Jean Decker. Jean Charlot. December 1938. For exhibition at Georgette Passedoit Gallery, 121 East 57th Street, New York City, during 1938 December 19 to 1939 January 1.

"Cubism: Requiescat in Pace". The American Scholar. Winter 1938–1939, Volume 8, Number 1, pp. 102–114. A35

"But Is It Art? A Disney Disquisition". The American Scholar. Summer 1939, Volume 8, Number 3, pp. 261–270. A36

Statement. Amero: Picture Book: Photographs of Mexico. New York: The Weyhe Gallery, n.d. [1940].

"Edward Weston". California Arts and Architecture. April 1940, Volume 57, p. 20. A37

"The Artist As Copyist". The League. April 1940, Volume 11, Number 4, pp. 4–6. N8

Foreword. Plastic Speculations Around Mexican Motifs: Julio De Diego. New York: Bonestell Gallery, May 1940. B38

"[On Illustrating ‘Henry VI’] Part III". For the Subscribers to the Limited Editions Club’s Shakespeare: A Shakespeare Commentary. June 1940, p. 4, unnumbered.

"Twenty Centuries of Mexican Art". Magazine of Art. July 1940, Volume 33, Number 7, pp. 398–405, 440, 443. A38

"Catholic Art, Its Quandaries". Liturgical Arts. October 1940, Volume 9, Number 1, pp. 6–8. A39

"The Painter Sees the World". The American Scholar. Winter 1940/41, Volume 10, Number 1, pp. 94–101. A40

Biographical Note. The American Scholar. Winter 1940/41, Volume 10, Number 1, p. 128.

"Foreword To An Exhibition On Art Techniques". Foreword to an exhibition on techniques at the Penthouse Gallery, Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY. 1941. Previously unpublished. U38

"All-American". The Nation. February 8, 1941, Volume 152, Number 6, pp. 165–166. A41

"Abstract vs. Concrete". The League. April 1941, Volume 12, Number 3, pp. 2–3. N9

Review of Autobiography by Eric Gill. Commonweal. September 12, 1941, Volume 34, Number 21, pp. 498 f. A42

"Public Speaking in Paint". The American Scholar. Autumn 1941, Volume 10, Number 4, pp. 455–468. B65 A43

"Beauty of Athens enhanced by series of mural decorations". The Athens Banner-Herald. November 1, 1942, Sunday, sec. A, p. 6. N11

Fine Arts Façade, Athens, Georgia. 1942. Partially published. N10

"Interesting Display Of Mexican Art Now At Michael’s". The Athens Banner-Herald. February 3, 1943, p. 1, col. 5; p. 3, col. 1. N13

"Musings Of The Muralist". The Twisted Tube. Art Students League of the University of Georgia, November 1943, Volume 2, Number 1, p. 2. N14

"Eugene Payor Exhibit Praised: Continues Until December 6". The Athens Banner-Herald. November 22, 1943, p. 3. N12

Transcription N12

# Writings Related to The Mexican Mural Renaissance, 1920–1925. 1942, 1944, 1961. Previously unpublished.

Short Writings Related to The Mexican Mural Renaissance, 1920–1925. B10

Passages Cut from the Original Typescript. B10

"Chapter XXV: Conclusion". B10

"Appendix I: Fresco Painting in Mexico". B10

"Appendix III: The United States and the Renaissance". B10

"Edward and Mexico". B10

"On Dodd". The Twisted Tube. Art Students League of the University of Georgia, January 1944, Volume 2, Number 2, pp. 1–2. N15

"How Dodd Paints Georgia". Atlanta Journal Magazine. February 27, 1944, p. 7. Transcription from a faint photocopy, with the page from the magazine. A45

Letter to the editors. Liturgical Arts. February 1944, Volume 12, Number 2, pp. 48–49. Reply to letters about his frontispiece in Volume 12, Number 1, November 1943, illustrated. A44

"One Of The Most Important Art Shows Ever To Come To Athens Is Now Underway At The Fine Arts Building". The Athens Banner-Herald. April 12, 1944, p. 3. N16

"Fresco Murals At University Of Georgia". Design. December 1944, p. 7. A47

"José Guadalupe Posada: Printmaker To The Mexican People". Magazine of Art. January 1945, Volume 38, Number 1, pp. 16–21. A48

"Foreword". Paintings By Jean Charlot. Shown at The George Walter Vincent Smith Art Museum, Springfield, Massachusetts from March 4th to 25th, 1945. March 1945. B41

"Old Masters for Tomorrow". Kenyon Review. Spring 1945, Volume 7, Number 2, pp. 318–321. Review of Abstract and Surrealist Art in America by Sidney Janis. A49

"Rufino Tamayo". Magazine of Art. April 1945, Volume 38, Number 4, pp. 138–141. A50

"Murals For Tomorrow". Art News. July 1945, Volume 44, Number 9, pp. 20–23. A51

"Three Interviews of Josef Albers". 1946, 1953, 1954. Previously unpublished. U41

"Introduction". Anne Lyon Haight (ed.): Portrait of Latin America as seen by her print makers. New York: Hastings House, 1946, pp. vi–viii, 1–7, 24, 120. B45

Prologue. Alfredo Zalce: Estampas de Yucatán. Talleres de Grafica Popular, Mexico City, January 1946. B44

"Renaissance Revisited". Magazine of Art. February 1946, Volume 39, Number 2, pp. 58–62. A56

"Eugene Payor". Exhibition catalog. New York: Bonestell Gallery, April–May 1946. B42

"Introduction". Mexican Folk-Art Expressed In The Cut-Out Designs Of Lola V. Cueto, Exhibited At The Southwest Museum During May, 1946. Pasadena: Southwest Museum, Pasadena Library, May 1946. B43

"Pre-Hispanic Quota in Mexican Murals". Kenyon Review. Winter 1946, Volume 8, Number 1, pp. 1–13. A55

"Notes on José Clemente Orozco's Reception of the Premio Nacional de Artes Plásticas, November 19, 1946". November 1946. Previously unpublished.

"Juan Cordero: A Nineteenth-Century Mexican Muralist". Art Bulletin. December 1946, Volume 28, Number 4, pp. 248–265. With unpublished supplement. A57

"Foreword". 100 original woodcuts by Posada. Arsacio Vanegas Arroyo, Mexico City; The Taylor Museum, Colorado Springs, 1947, pp. 5–8. B40

"Xavier Guerrero, Aztec Artist". Magazine of Art. January 1947, Volume 40, Number 1, pp. 26–28, 34–35. A59

Review of Mexican Heritage by Hoyningen Huene and Alfonso Reyes. Magazine of Art. January 1947, Volume 40, Number 1, p. 38 f. A58

Review of The Ancient Maya by Sylvanus G. Morley. Magazine of Art. May 1947, Volume 40, Number 5, p. 208–209. A60

"Education In The Arts: Theory And Practice". Lecture delivered at the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs, Colorado. September 1947. Previously unpublished. S10

Review of The Geometry of Art and Life by Matila Ghyka. Magazine of Art. October 1947, Volume 40, Number 6, p. 248. A61

"José Clemente Orozco". Magazine of Art. November 1947, Volume 40, Number 7, pp. 258–263. A62

# "Art at FVS" [Fountain Valley School]. FVS Alumni Bulletin. June 1948, pp. 5–7. A63

"The Art of the Mayas". Southwestern Lore. September 1948, Volume 14, Number 2, p. 22. A64

Review of Rufino Tamayo by Robert Goldwater. Magazine of Art. October 1948, Volume 41, Number 6, p. 240. A65

"American Printmaking, 1913–1947: A Retrospective Exhibition Presented by the American Institute of Graphic Arts". Print. 1948, Volume 5, Number 4, pp. 45–51. B48 A66

"Art and Archaeology". Elizabeth Wilder (ed.): Studies In Latin American Art. The American Council of Learned Societies, Washington, D.C., 1949, pp. 47–52. B50

"Mexican Ex-Votos". Magazine of Art. April 1949, Volume 42, Number 4, pp. 139–142. A67

"Mexican Prints". The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin. November 1949, Volume 8, Number 3, pp. 81–90. A68

"Orozco’s Stylistic Evolution". College Art Journal. Winter 1949–1950, Volume 9, Number 2, pp. 148–157. A69

"El Greco as Mystic". Sheed and Ward’s Own Trumpet. February 1950, Number 22. Review of Three Mystics by Bruno De J. M. A70

Review of Renaissance in Haiti by Selden Rodman. Magazine of Art. March 1950, Volume 43, Number 3, pp. 114–115. A71

"Diego Rivera At The Academy Of San Carlos". College Art Journal. Fall 1950, Volume 10, Number 1, pp. 10–17. A73

Review of Art and 25 Nudes by Eric Gill. Commonweal. December 8, 1950, Volume 53, Number 9, p. 236. A72

"College Art Teaching". 1951. Previously unpublished. A46

"The Chinese Ink-Paintings Of Tseng Yu-Ho". East and West. April 1951, Volume 2, Number 1, pp. 17–22. A74

Review of Mexico in Sculpture by Elizabeth Wilder Weismann. Magazine of Art. May 1951, Volume 44, Number 5, pp. 200 f. A75

"Orozco And Siqueiros At The Academy Of San Carlos". College Art Journal. Summer 1951, Volume 10, Number 4, pp. 355–369. A76

"Apologia". Summer 1951. Previously unpublished. B53

"Apologia". Summer 1951. Reading version. Previously unpublished. B53

"Painting and Revolution". Saturday Review of Literature. September 15, 1951, Volume 34, pp. 48–49. A77

"Mural in the Waikiki Branch of the Bishop Bank: Subject Matter: Early Contacts of Hawaii with Occidental Culture". ca. 1951. Previously unpublished. B52

"Man’s Wisdom Subdues The Aggressive Forces Of Nature". ca. 1951. Previously unpublished. U40

"Choris And Kamehameha". 61st Annual Report of the Hawaiian Historical Society for the Year 1952. 1952, pp. 20–28. A80

"Address [on mural painting]". Honolulu, Hawaiʻi: Social Science Association. February 4, 1952. Mimeograph. S14

Review of Acuarelas: 1935–1945 by Diego Rivera. Introduction by Samuel Ramos. Magazine of Art. March 1952, Volume 45, Number 3, pp. 139 f. A78

"Foreword". Juliette May Fraser: Ke Anuenue. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, September 1952. B51

Commentary on the document on religious art of the Congregation of Rites. Maurice Lavanoux: "The Editor’s Diary: VII". Liturgical Arts. November 1952, Volume 21, Number 1, pp. 20–25, pp. 23 f. A79

"Diego Rivera In Italy". Magazine of Art. January 1953, Volume 46, Number 1, pp. 3–10. A81

"Thirty Years at It". Liturgical Arts. February 1953, Volume 21, Number 2, pp. 36–39. A82

Statement on the publication of Juliette May Fraser: Ke Anuenue, 1952. "The Story of a Book: Ke Anuenue". Kokua. May 1953, Volume 16, Number 9, p. 2. A84 S17

"Exhibition of stained glass". Paradise of the Pacific. May 1953, Volume 65, Number 5, p. 27. A83

"Who discovered America?" Art News. November 1953, Volume 52, Number 7, pt. 1, pp. 30–33, 49–51. A85

# "Jean Charlot". F. J. Sheed (ed.): Born Catholics. New York: Sheed & Ward, 1954, pp. 96–113. B53

"U of H Administration Building Frescoes". Alumni News. March 1954, Volume 5, Number 10, pp. 10, 12. A86

The Bachman Hall Frescoes, University of Hawaii. Honolulu: University of Hawaiʻi, ca. 1954. B54

N.t. [on his clothes]. N.d. [ca. 1954]. Source unknown. N29

"a ‘find’ in the art world, a new portrait of Kamehameha". Paradise of the Pacific. 1954, Volume 66, annual, pp. 34–37, 112. A87

"Saints and Santos". Liturgical Arts. May 1955, Volume 24, Number 3, pp. 78–81. A89

"King Kamehameha’s Red Vest". Paradise of the Pacific. June 1955, Volume 67, Number 6, pp. 9–11. Heavily edited. A90

"A Westerner on Japanese Art". East and West. July 1955, Volume 6, Number 2, pp. 143–149. A91

"new frescos at the University of Hawaii". Paradise of the Pacific. 1955, Volume 67, Holiday Edition, pp. 82 f. A93

"The Frescoes For The Church Of The Good Shepherd". Good Shepherd Weekly Vigil. December 18, 1955, Volume 6, Number 26, December 18, 1955, pp. 1 ff. A92

"Art, Sacred And Otherwise: Comments On A New Book". 1956. Review of Church Building and Furnishing by J.B. O’Connell. Mimeograph. A96

Explanations, The Charlot Frescoes: Moreau Hall, Saint Mary’s College, Notre Dame, Indiana. Saint Mary’s College, Notre Dame, 1956. B55

Original typescript of above. 1956. B55

"Nature And The Art Of Josef Albers". College Art Journal. Spring 1956, Volume 15, Number 3, pp. 190–196. A95

"Choris And The Chiefess". Paradise of the Pacific. January 1956, Volume 68, Number 1, pp. 16–17, 26. Heavily edited; pencil corrections by the author. A94

"Orozco at Close Range: From Cartoonist to Master". New York Herald Tribune. July 22, 1956, Section 6, p. 6. Review of Orozco by Alma Reed. N34

Review of Orozco by Alma Reed. College Art Journal. Fall 1956, Volume 16, Number 1, pp. 85–87. A97

"Post-Cook Discovery In Petroglyphs". Paradise of the Pacific. November 1956, Volume 68, Number 11, pp. 26–29. Heavily edited. A98

Original version: "An Eighteenth-Century Hawaiian Petroglyph". Previously unpublished. A98

"The Indian beneath the skin". Art News. May 1958, Volume 57, Number 3, pp. 43, 55. Review of Pre-Columbian Art by S. K. Lothrop et al. Review of Indian Art of Mexico and Central America by Miguel Covarrubias. A99

"Fresco: Calvary For St. Leonard Friary". 1958. Previously unpublished. U42

"Catholic Art in America: Debits and Credits". Liturgical Arts. November 1958, Volume 27, Number 1, pp. 21–23. A100

"Art". A Report on American Culture: A Symposium Sponsored by the Thomas More Association and the Department of Library Science, Rosary College. River Forest, Illinois: The Thomas More Association, 1959, pp. 63–75. Based on lecture given at the symposium during June 13–14, 1959. See also "Art" in the special issue of The Critic, August/September 1959. B56 A101

"Art". "A Report on American Culture". Special issue of The Critic. August/September 1959, Volume 18, Number 1, pp. 23–26, 79. Written version of lecture given at the 1959 symposium A Report on American Culture. See also "Art" in A Report on American Culture: A Symposium, 1959. B56 A101

Review of Approach to Christian Sculpture by Hubert van Zeller. Liturgical Arts. November 1959, Volume 28, Number 1, p. 22. A103

"Orozco in New York: Based on his letters to the Author". College Art Journal. Fall 1959, Volume 19, Number 1, pp. 40–53. A102

"Jean Charlot’s Fresco-Mural In The Church Of Our Lady & St. Philip, Rock Hill, South Carolina". November 1959. Previously unpublished. U43

"The Mexican Renaissance". Lecture delivered at the Art Department, the University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas. May 11, 1960. Previously unpublished. S38

Review of The Responsibility of the Artist by Jacques Maritain. Liturgical Arts. August 1960, Volume 28, Number 4, pp. 111 f. A104

Review of Christianity in Art by Frank and Dorothy Getlein. Liturgical Arts. August 1960, Volume 28, Number 4, p. 113. A105

Letter to President Laurence H. Snyder, University of Hawaiʻi, reporting on his activities 1959–1960. September 12, 1960. Previously unpublished. L13

Letter On Plan For The Fresco In The Church Of Our Lady Of Sorrows, Farmington, Michigan. March 12, 1961. Previously unpublished. L14

"Fresco In The Church of Our Lady of Sorrows, Farmington". The Parish Bulletin of Our Lady of Sorrows Church. September 24, 1961, Volume 11, Number 39, pp. 1, 3. A106

Original typescript of above.

Review of Angels Over The Altar by Alfred Frankenstein. Liturgical Arts. November 1961, Volume 30, Number 1, pp. 50–52. A107

[Charlot, Jean?] "The Jean Charlot Mural at Navunibitu, Ra, Fiji (At Naiserelagi: Kings Road)". Suva, Fiji: Navunibitu Catholic Mission. N.d. [1963?].

Spirit Island. 1964. One act play taken from the English manuscript of Laukiamanuikahiki, Snare that Lures a Farflung Bird. Produced at the John F. Kennedy Laboratory Theatre, Honolulu, Hawaiʻi, May 11–16, 1964. Previously unpublished. B12

"Wit And Tactile Beauty [Marjorie Hee]". The Chinese World. September 11, 1964, p. 1. N73

"Art And Communication: The Example Of José Guadalupe Posada". Lecture delivered at Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan. June 9, 1965. S46

Two Lonos. Paradise of the Pacific. November–December 1965, Volume 77, Number 6, pp. 68–76. A109

"Foreword". Emily Edwards: Painted Walls of Mexico: From Prehistoric Times until Today. Austin and London: University of Texas Press, 1966, pp. ix–x. B60

Articles For The Encyclopedia Junior Britannica. [1966.] Partially published.

"Fine Arts". B61

"Mexican Painting". B61

"Rivera, Diego (1886–1957)". B61

"Lithography". B61

"Engraving". B61

"Fresco". New Catholic Encyclopedia. 1967, Volume 6, pp. 194 f. B62

"Orozco, José Clemente". New Catholic Encyclopedia. 1967, Volume 10, p. 784. B62

"Report On Stay At East-West Center As Senior Specialist". September 26, 1967. Previously unpublished. U44

"Mural In Jefferson Hall: Occidental Apport To World Culture". 1967. Previously unpublished. B63

Two Quotations on the Thomas Jefferson Hall Frescoes. The Thomas Jefferson Hall Frescoes, East–West Center. Honolulu: The East-West Center, October 1967, p. 1 (unnumbered). B63

"Black Mountain College: A Diary". Form. December 1967, Number 6, pp. 26 ff. A111

Full Transcription of above. Previously unpublished. A111

The Donald Angus collection of oil paintings by Madge Tennent. Contemporary Arts Center of Hawaii, Honolulu, February 22 to March 15, 1968. Excerpts from "Art: The Tennent show," The Honolulu Star-Bulletin, July 12, 1967, sec. B, p. 1. B64

"A Westerner’s approach to Chinese painting: Comparisons, East and West". Notes and slide list for the talk given at the National Palace Museum, Waishuangshi, Shihlin, Taipei. December 1968. S48

"A Westerner’s approach to Chinese painting: Comparisons, East and West". Handout with summary of the talk given at the National Palace Museum, Taipei, Taiwan. Taipei: National Palace Museum, January 29, 1969. S48

"Letter To Jacob Adler On The Statue Of Kamehameha By Thomas R. Gould". ca. July 1969. Previously unpublished. L16

"Diaries of Désiré Louis Maigret, Picpus Father, Bishop of Arathia in partibus infidelium, Apostolic Vicar for the Sandwich Islands". October 16, 1969. Previously unpublished. A113

"An 1849 Hawaiian Broadside". The Hawaiian Journal of History. 1970, Volume 4, pp. 96–104. A114

Review of The Unknown God by István Rácz. ca. 1970. Previously unpublished. U45

# "A Note On Work At Fountain Valley School". Circa 1970. Previously unpublished. A63

Statement on the Mexican Kitchen. ca. 1970. Previously unpublished.

"The Way of the Cross In The Church Of St. John Apostle And Evangelist, Mililani, Hawaiʻi: Letter to Fr. Anthony Pascale". February 4, 1971. Previously unpublished. L17

Talk of Jean Charlot at Kawaiahaʻo Church, on the formal acceptance of his symbol by the Ad Hoc Committee for a Hawaiian Trustee of the Bishop Estate. July 11, 1971. Previously unpublished. S52

See also "July 16, 1971, The Hawaiian Movement" note in Notes on Conversations with Jean Charlot in the Interviews.

See also Broken Paddle in the Illustrations.

"A Suggested Parallel Between Venezuelan And Hawaiian Petroglyphs". February 8, 1972. Previously unpublished. U46

"An Artist Looks Back". Lecture delivered at the Honolulu Academy of Arts, Honolulu, Hawaiʻi. March 8, 1972. Previously unpublished. S53

Juliette May Fraser: A Retrospective Honoring the Artist's 85th Year. Honolulu Academy of Arts, March 30–April 30, 1972. From "Juliette May Fraser, artist, ambassador" in The Honolulu Star-Bulletin, August 20, 1964, p. 24. B67

Letter to Dr. Ernest Jackson on Mira Baciu’s work on Paul Claudel. 1972, Trivium, 2–3 (7/8), pp. 96 f. L18

"The Relation Of Western And Eastern Art: A Slide Lecture". Lecture to the University of Hawaiʻi French Club, Mira Baciu, Faculty Advisor. February 21, 1974. Previously unpublished. S57

Francis Haar, Prithwish Neogy, and Jean Charlot. Artists of Hawaiʻi, Volume One: Nineteen Painters And Sculptors. The State Foundation on Culture & the Arts, and The University Press of Hawaiʻi, Honolulu, Hawaiʻi, 1974. Photographs by Francis Haar, interviews by Prithwish Neogy, with an introduction by Jean Charlot.

Jean Charlot: "Introduction," "Isami Doi," and "Jean Charlot".

"Introduction". pp. xi–xviii. B71

"Isami Doi". pp. 3–5. B71

"Jean Charlot". pp. 42–49. B71

"Opihi Stew Or Soup". Friends of Habilitat Cookbook. Kāneʻohe, Hawaiʻi: Habilitat, 1974, pp. 34 f. First edition: Hawaiian Celebrities Cookbook, 1974, p. 28. B72

"Talk to Mrs. Violet Young’s Club, Alpha Delta Kappa, Beta Chapter, February 15, 1975". February 15, 1975. Edited transcription. Previously unpublished. S59

"Why start a Claudel Society…". Paul Claudel in the Pacific; Journal of the Society of Paul Claudel in the Pacific. May 1975, Volume 1, Number 1, pp. 1–4. A117

Statement. The Unveiling Of Mataumu Toelupe Alisa’s Ceramic Tile Mural: Makahiki-Paʻani Hoʻoikaika o Molokaʻi. Molokaʻi High and Intermediate School, The Gymnasium, Hoʻolehua, Molokaʻi, December 12, 1975. S62

"Flight into Egypt". [1976] Previously unpublished. U47

"Notes on Posada". Print Review. 1977, Volume 7, pp. 5–27. A118

"Foreword". Eva Cockcroft, John Weber, and Jim Cockcroft: Toward A People’s Art: The Contemporary Mural Movement. New York: E. P. Dutton, 1977, pp. xv–xviii. B77

"A Man for Four Seasons". [On Brancusi] 1977. Original English. Previously unpublished. A123

"O aruncatura de ochi peste opera lui Brancusi printr-o varietate de culturi". Trivium. 2006, 2–3 (7/8), pp. 90–94. Translated by Stefan Baciu. A123

"A Man for Four Seasons". Trivium. 2006, 2–3 (7/8), pp. 209–213.

"Foreword". Way of the Cross: 14 Original Woodcuts. Los Angeles: Lynton R. Kistler, 1977. Reprint of Chemin de Croix, 1920. B22

"Apports Of Hawaiʻi To Western Culture". 1977. Previously unpublished. S63

"Message From Jean Charlot". National Murals Network Newsletter 1978. 1978, pp. 30–31. A121

Notations. Honolulu Magazine. January 1978, Vol. XII, No. 7, p. 7. Untitled letter explaining that the frame for Theodore Wores’s The Lei Maker was a collaboration between Alan Wilkinson and himself. Responding to note in Honolulu Magazine, Vol. XII, No. 6, p. 15. A120

"José Guadalupe Posada and His Successors". Ron Tyler (ed.): Posada’s Mexico. Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress In Cooperation with the Amon Carter Museum of Western Art, 1979, pp. 29–57. B78

"Daumier’s Graphic Compositions". Andrew Stasik (ed.): Honoré Daumier: A Centenary Tribute. New York: Pratt Graphics Center, 1980, pp. 55–95. B79

"The Posters". Rupert Garcia: Artist-in-Residence. Institute of Culture and Communication, East-West Center, 1987 [1979], p. 3 [unnumbered]. B82

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