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Letters to Robert Marshall Shepherd

 Collection
Identifier: ahc.MSS677f
Scope and Content The letters and postcards were written by Mary Hambidge to Robert Shepherd between 1948 and 1969 and reflect her interests and concerns: the effects of modernization on man and nature and the South; notions of truth and beauty; writings about Western and Eastern philosophy and religion; and dynamic symmetry. While the letters provide minimal insight into Shepherd’s life, they do address his relationship with Hannah, his wife, and work-related concerns.
Dates: 1948-1969

Mary and Jay Hambidge Papers

 Collection
Identifier: ahc.MSS962
Scope and Content Through personal papers, subject files, and printed material and publications, the collection documents the life of Mary Crovatt Hambidge from her childhood in Brunswick, Georgia to the establishment of the Hambidge Center, formerly the Jay Hambidge Art Foundation, and the efforts of Mary and Jay Hambidge to develop and promote the concept of dynamic symmetry. See the scope and content note of each series for expanded information.
Dates: 1806-1994, bulk 1920-1970, undated

Mary and Jay Hambidge visual materials

 Collection
Identifier: ahc.VIS1
Scope and Content Through photographic prints, negatives, designs, drawings, paintings, plates, postcards, sketches, photo albums, and maps the collection documents the life of Mary Crovatt Hambidge from her family and childhood in Brunswick, Georgia to the establishment of the Hambidge Center, formerly the Jay Hambidge Art Foundation, and the efforts of Mary and Jay Hambidge to develop and promote the concept of dynamic symmetry, from 1837-1970. See the scope and content note of each series for expanded...
Dates: 1837-1970, undated