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Malvina Hoffman,Henry Clay Frick, 1965, Sandstone.
Malvina Hoffman, John Keats, completed 1923, marble.
Collection of the University of Pittsburgh Art Gallery.
Photograph by Travis Nygard.

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Exhibition Checklist

Henry Field
The Races of Mankind
1933
Published by the Field Museum of Natural History
Collection of Hillman Library, University of Pittsburgh

Malvina Hoffman
John Keats
Completed 1923
Marble
Collection of the University of Pittsburgh Art Gallery

Malvina Hoffman
Heads and Tales
1936
Autobiography.
Published in New York by Charles Scribner's Sons
Collection of Frick Fine Arts Library, University of Pittsburgh

Malvina Hoffman
Map of Mankind
1946
Photolithograph
Published by Hammond
Collection of Hillman Library, University of Pittsburgh

Malvina Hoffman
Henry Clay Frick
1965
Sandstone
Relief portrait medallion
Permanently installed in the façade of the Frick Fine Arts Building, University of Pittsburgh

Malvina and Mortality Display Case.
Malvina and Mortality, exhibition display case.
Photograph by Travis Nygard.

Underwood and Underwood
The Great Carnegie Mills—Strikers on the look-out.  Homestead, Pa., U.S.A.
1892
Stereoscopic Photograph
Anaglyphic conversion by Travis Nygard
American Memory Collection, Library of Congress

Underwood and Underwood
On guard duty around “Fort Frick” (Carnegie Mills), Homestead, Pa.
1892
Stereoscopic Photograph
Anaglyphic conversion by Travis Nygard
American Memory Collection, Library of Congress

H.C. White Co.
A forest of stacks—in the yards of the great Homestead Steel Works, Pa., U.S.A.
1902
Stereoscopic Photograph
Anaglyphic conversion by Travis Nygard
American Memory Collection, Library of Congress

Workers lining up to return to work.  Homestead Steel Works, Pa., U.S.A.
Stereoscopic Photograph
Anaglyphic conversion by Travis Nygard
American Memory Collection, Library of Congress

Children overlooking Homestead Steel Works, Pa., U.S.A.
Stereoscopic Photograph
Anaglyphic conversion by Travis Nygard
American Memory Collection, Library of Congress

Malvina Hoffman, "The Races of Mankind," in Encyclopedia Americana.
Malvina Hoffman, "The Races of Mankind,"
in Encyclopedia Americana, 1950s.
Collection of Ken Neal.
Photograph by Travis Nygard.

H.C. White Co.
Great Bridge over the Monongahela—train of molten iron approaching, Steel Works, Homestead, Pa., U.S.A.
1907
Stereoscopic Photograph
Anaglyphic conversion by Travis Nygard
American Memory Collection, Library of Congress

Auguste Rodin
Age of Bronze
1876
Photograph of a bronze sculpture

Arnold Genthe
Malvina Hoffman, portrait photograph
1924
Photograph
American Memory Collection, Library of Congress

Nicholas Lochoff after Sandro Botticelli
The Birth of Venus
Early 20th century copy of original from c. 1485
Tempera on canvas
Permanently installed in the cloister of the Frick Fine Arts Building, University of Pittsburgh

Malvina Hofman
Sole Surviving Monk at Grachanitza, Kossovo
Photograph
Reproduced in Heads and Tales, 1936

Alphonse Legros, Portrait of Rodin, 1881, Etching.
Alphonse Legros, Portrait of Rodin, 1881, Etching.
Collection of the University Art Gallery.
Photograph by Travis Nygard.

Alphonse Legros
Portrait of Rodin
1881
Etching
Collection of the University Art Gallery
Photograph by Travis Nygard

Malvina Hofman
One of the Mutilated Serbian Victims of War
Photograph
Reproduced in Heads and Tales, 1936

First Gallery of the Hall of Man, Field Museum, Chicago
Photograph
Reproduced in Heads and Tales, 1936

Malvina Hoffman in her34th Street studio examining the small model which she had made in Rodin’s studio.
Photograph
Reproduced in Heads and Tales, 1936

Photograph of John Keat’s death mask.
Cast by Benjamin Robert Haydon
1821
Original is in the Laurence Hutton Collection of Life and Death Masks, Princeton University Library

Malvina Hoffman
John Keats
1910
Pencil on paper
Reproduced in Heads and Tales, 1936

B. Kenneth Johnstone and Associates
Elevation of the Henry Clay Frick Fine Arts Building
Reproduction of blueprint
Collection of the University of Pittsburgh Art Gallery


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