Jeane Dixon and Emerich P. Korecz Print Collection, 1500-1940: MARC Record

MARC Record For Collection: Jeane Dixon and Emerich P. Korecz Print Collection, 1500-1940

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099 9  _a01/AR0850
100 3  _aDixon, Jeane
      _d1904-1997
245 00 _aJeane Dixon and Emerich P. Korecz Print Collection
      _f1500-1940
300    _a3.00
      _fBoxes
351    _aPrints 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.
506    _aThis collection is not restricted.
520 2  _aThis 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
524    _a[i]The Jeane Dixon and Emerich P. Korecz Print Collection[/i], University of North Texas Special Collections
541    _aJeane Dixon and Emerich P. Korecz (Children to Children, Inc.)
      _cGift
545 0  _aJeane 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.
650  0 _aEngraving--16th century
650  0 _aEngraving--17th century
650  0 _aEngraving--18th century
650  0 _aEngraving--19th century
650  0 _aEngraving--20th century
650  0 _aEngraving.
655  0 _aPrints (visual works)
700 3  _aKorecz, Emerich P.
856 42 _3Control Card
      _uhttp://findingaids.library.unt.edu/?p=collections/controlcard&id=786

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