- Harris, Paul S.
The J. B. Speed Museum: Fourteen Seasons of Art Accessions in Kentucky, 1947 to 1960, A Handbook with Curatorial Notes
J. B. Speed Art Museum, Louisville, Kentucky, 1960, Wraps, , , Very Good
unpag. 123 items. Some bumping at corners. Damp discoloration at bottom of spine affecting only the wraps. Contents: Index of objects other than paintings, index of Donors. Each item has a black and white photograph and extensive description. Items include 75 American pieces, 6 Asiatic Pieces, and 42 European pieces. Objects other than paintings include Arms, Ceramics, Costumes, Drawings, Furniture, Jewelry, Photographs, Prints, Sculpture, Silver and Brass, and Textiles.
The John Cage Trust was established in 1993 as a not-for-profit institution whose mission is to gather together, organize, preserve, disseminate, and generally further the work of the late American composer, John Cage. Its founding trustees were Merce Cunningham, Artistic Director of the Cunningham Dance Company, Anne d'Harnoncourt, Director of the Philadelphia Museum, and David Vaughan, Archivist of the Cunningham Dance Foundation, all long-time Cage friends and associates. Laura Kuhn, who from 1986 to 1992 worked directly with John Cage, serves as both a founding trustee and ongoing Executive Director. In 2008, Anne d'Harnoncourt was replaced by Margarete Roeder, long-time gallerist to both Cage and Cunningham; in 2009, Merce Cunningham was replaced by Melissa Harris, editor-in-chief of Aperture.
MUSIC OF THE DAWN At Sea, October 23, 1907
In far forests" leafy twilight, now is stealing gray dawn's shy light, And the misty air is tremulous with songs of many a bird; While from mountain steeps descending, every streamlet's voice is blending With the anthems of great pine trees, by the breath of daylight stirred. But I turn from Fancy's dreaming of the green earth, to the gleaming Of the fluttering wings of morning rushing o"er the jewelled deep; And the ocean's rhythmic pounding, with each lucent wave resounding, Seems the music made when God's own hands His mighty harpstrings sweep.Virginia Bioren Harrison [1847-