By Catherine Keenan
|Title:||Rudolph "Rudi" Fuchs Holiday Card Collection, 1961-1985|
|Primary Creator:||Fuchs, Rudolph "Rudi" A. (1905-1985)|
|Extent:||0.25 Linear Feet|
|Arrangement:||This collection is arranged in two boxes, Box 1: Holiday Cards, 1961-1985 and Box 2: Holiday Card Tapestries, 1961-1985. The folders and items in each folder are arranged chronologically.|
|Date Acquired:||04/10/2017. More info below under Accruals.|
|Forms of Material:||
Crafts (art genres)
Scope and Contents of the MaterialsMaterials consist of holiday themed greeting cards with woven artwork and handwritten messages by artist Rudi Fuchs spanning from 1961 to 1985. Most of the holiday cards in this collection are addressed to "Wendell and Fred." Undated holiday cards, dated and undated tapestries not attached to cards, and a 1975 magazine article featuring Fuchs and his fiber art practice and projects are also included.
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|Repository:||University of North Texas Special Collections|
|Acquisition Source:||Richard A. Gunter, James Mathis|
|Preferred Citation:||Rudolph "Rudi" Fuchs Holiday Card Collection, University of North Texas Special Collections.|
|Processing Information:||Processed by Catherine Keenan 4/25/2017|
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Box and Folder Listing
A collection of dated and undated holiday cards made by Rudi Fuchs.Barcode: 641970
Folder 1: "The Happy Christmas Art of Rudy Fuchs: A Loomful of Christmas Cheer," The Dallas Morning News, SCENE: Sunday Magazine, 1975-12-07An eight-page article written by Betty Cook featuring Rudi Fuchs and his holiday card making.
A collection of dated and undated holiday card tapestries made by Rudi Fuchs. The tapestries are either identical or similar in design to the ones found in Box 1, but are no longer attached to the original handwritten holiday card.Barcode: 703156
This folder contains 5 miniature woven tapestries.
This folder contains 3 miniature woven tapestries.
This folder contains 6 miniature woven tapestries.
This folder contains 2 miniature woven tapestries.