American Artists Professional League Scrapbooks
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Processed by: Jennifer Duplaga, April 2005
The American Artists Professional League is an organization that promotes art and artists throughout the United States.
This collection contains scrapbooks created by the American Artists Professional League. In the first scrapbook, dated 1934-1938, the League documented the activities of the organization. The scrapbook includes newspaper clippings, event programs, correspondence and information on local art shows. The second scrapbook, dated November 1939, details the clubs work on National Art Week in Indiana for that year. It includes newspaper clippings, event programs, correspondence and information on National Art Week.
Scrapbook 1- Club activities
Scrapbook 2- National Art Week
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