- Growing with the Museum of Cultural History
UCLA and University of California History
UCLA Museum Staff
- Rogers, Marjorie J.
- Ellis, George R.
- Supporting Documents:
- Records relating to the interview are located in the office of the UCLA Library's Center for Oral History Research.
- Regents of the University of California, UCLA Library.
- Early life in Birmingham, Alabama; interest in art; first work experience at Birmingham Public Library; early collecting habits; Birmingham Museum of Art; art education; first teaching position; change in attitude toward non-Western art; tenure as associate director, Birmingham Museum of Art; segregation in Birmingham; increasing interest in pre-Columbian art; move to UCLA; work with Ralph C. Altman; Museum of Cultural History facilities; Jean-Pierre Hallet collection; Sir Henry Wellcome collection; Art of New Guinea exhibition; Jay Frierman; P. Pierre Delougaz; Black Gods and Kings exhibition; definition of folk art; Patricia B. Altman; Raúl A. López; George G. Freylinghuysen collection; Natalie Wood collection; conservation practices; deaccessioning; Satellite Museum Program; textile conservation; problems of design in exhibitions; UCLA Art Council; field research; Haines Hall gallery; museum studies course; establishment of Manus; directorship of Honolulu Academy of Arts; examples from Museum of Cultural History's collection; The People and Art of the Philippines; potential adaptation of space below Dickson Plaza bridge for use as museum.