Harriet Frishmuth Papers, Syracuse University Special Collections, sculpture, American sculptors
Art and Design | History of Art, Architecture, and Archaeology
In 1964 Harriet Frishmuth graciously presented her papers to Syracuse University for perpetual care, making them available for research by reputable scholars. The collection consists of professional correspondence, photographs of works, scrapbooks, memorabilia and plaster casts. Also in the collection is a series of tape recordings made in 1964 by Miss Frishmuth, in which she informally reminisces about he·r life and work and provides descriptions and comments relative to a few of her outstanding sculptures. Gleanings from the Syracuse tapes, with Miss Frishmuth's own comments on the pictured works, have been brought together by Miss Ruth Talcott, companion-secretary to Miss Frishmuth, and appear below.
"Harriet Whitney Frishmuth, American Sculptor." The Courier 9.1 (1971): 21-35.