Jeane Dixon and Emerich P. Korecz Print Collection, 1500-1940
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Brief Description:

This collection of prints showcases a number of printmaking processes such as etching, engraving, and lithography.

Most of the prints have been indivdually described in this finding aid by students of AEAH 4844/5844: History of Prints, Spring 2015 under the direction fo Dr. Kelly Donahue-Wallace at the University of North Texas. Descriptive elements identified by the students include the title and date of the print, dimensions of the sheet and the image (in centimeters); the designer, printmaker, and printer and/or publisher of each print (including nationality, dates of activity, and location); the prinkmaking process used; any signature and/or inscription present in the image; and a brief statement about its condition. Not all elements will be present for each print.

AEAH 4844/5844, Spring 2015 students: Jessie Kathleen Barnes, Annavittoria Conner, Kevin Contreras, Lisa Ariana Cruz, Deanna Lanae Dodd, Ari B Edwards, Eileen Rae Fritz, Janice Leigh Garcia, Jessica Haley Gengenbach, Connor Dallas Gillaspia, Fransuel Guerrero, Natalya Christeen Hutchinson, Christopher William Johnson, Andrew K Johnston, Xiao Lu Liu, Ryan L Melott, Alana Lynn Miller, Colton Brady Robertson, Kayla Seedig, Brandon Lynn Sparks, Hannah M Taylor, Melody Miranda Vaughan, David Joshua Villegas, and Kelcey Christine Williams

Held at:
University of North Texas Special Collections
University of North Texas, Willis Library
1155 Union Circle # 305190
Denton, TX 76203
Record Series Number: 01/AR0850
Created by: Dixon, Jeane (1904-1997), Korecz, Emerich P.
Volume: 3.0 Boxes
Arrangement: Prints have been individually numbered and assembled into folders of ten, each, for convenience. Most prints are also housed in mylar sleeves, though some remain in their original portfolios.
Biographical Note for Dixon, Jeane (1904-1997) : Jeane Dixon (1904 -1997) was born Lydia Emma Pinckert to Gerhart and Emma Pinckert in Medford Wisconsin. She was raised in Missouri and California. Her husband was James Dixon. They ran a real estate business. She was the author of seven books (A Gift of Prophecy; Yesterday, Today, and Forever; Astrological Cookbook; The Call to Glory; My Life and Prophecies; A Gift of Prayer; Do Cats Have ESP). However, she is best remembered as a psychic. Richard Nixon followed her predictions. She also gave advice to Nancy Reagan. She died on January 25, 1997 at the age of 93.
Access Restrictions: This collection is not restricted.
Subject Index
Engraving--16th century
Engraving--17th century
Engraving--18th century
Engraving--19th century
Engraving--20th century
Genres/Forms of Material
Prints (visual works)
Languages of Materials
English [eng]
French [fre]
German [ger]
Italian [ita]
Rights/Use Restrictions: Reproduction and publication of materials in this collection are subject to the policies of the UNT Special Collections department. Copyright restrictions may apply.
Physical Access Notes: This collection is stored off-site and requires a minimum of 24 hour notice prior to use.
Acquisition Notes: Jeane Dixon and Emerich P. Korecz (Children to Children, Inc.)  Gift
Related Materials: The Jeane Dixon and Emerich P. Korecz Collection
PreferredCitation: The Jeane Dixon and Emerich P. Korecz Print Collection, University of North Texas Special Collections