BIBLIOGRAPHY

STANDARD REFERENCES

American Federation of Arts. Who’s Who in American Art, Washington D.C., 1936-1937.

American Federation of Arts. American Art Annual, XXVI (1929); XXX (1933).

Doris Ostrander Dawdy. Artists of the American West, Chicago,1974.

Mantle Fielding. Dictionary of American Painters, Sculptors and Engravers, New York, 1945. Miss Klauber’s name is misspelled.

Daniel Trowbridge Mallet. Index of Artists, New York, 1948.

Nancy D. W. Moure. Dictionary of Art and Artists in Southern California before 1930, Los Angeles: Privately printed, 1975.

William Young. A Dictionary of American Artists, Sculptors and Engravers, Cambridge, 1968. Miss Klauber’s name is misspelled.


PUBLICATIONS BY MISS KLAUBER

Alice Klauber. “The Paintings of Donald Beauregard,” Art and Archaeology, VII: 1-2 (January/February 1918), 79ff.

Alice Klauber, introduction. Paintings by the Late Caroline T. Locke, exhibition catalogue published by the Fine Arts Gallery of San Diego, January 1927.

Alice Klauber. Poems, Chula Vista: Denrick Press, 1928. According to her niece, Amy Jo Wormser, Alice would have preferred to entitle it Thoughts.

Alice Klauber. Robert Henri: Notes on Painting Taken from His Talks to Students, Unpublished manuscript, 1913, introduction, 25pp.


GENERAL REFERENCES: NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZINES, ETC.

(Organized chronologically)

History of the City and County of San Diego, San Diego: Liberthon & Taylor, 1881.

San Diego Union, February 19, 1909, re elected Board member of the new Art Association; August 17, 1917; October 4, 1920, exhibit at Orr’s, illus.; “Pictures at Park First Traveling Exhibit of Western Association of Art Directors,” March 31, 1922, illus.; January?, 1926; May 25, 1927, as juror; July 18, 1927, as donor; March 3, 1929, as traveler to the Orient; March 18, 1929, as juror of 4th Annual Art Guild Exhibition; December 14, 1930, as artist; January 1, 1931, as chairman of Education Committee; September 13, 1931, as patron; December 9, 1931; January 17, 1932, as patron; February 16, 1932, as speaker; March 31, 1932, as artist; April 3, 1932, as lender of porcelains; May 1, 1932; June 26, 1932; October 16, 1932, as speaker; December 16, 1932, as Art Guild member; January 21, 1933; May 5, 1933; August 11, l933, as artist; September 21, 1933; September 24, 1933; November 19, 1933, as subject of a portrait; February 1, 1934; May 5, 1934; August, 1934, as member of the Expo-Committee; July29, 1935; September 6, 1935; February1, 1936, as chairman of Far Eastern Art Exhibition Committee at Expo; August 9, 1936, as artist; January 26, 1937; November 11, 1937; January, 1938, as discussion leader; February 2, 1938, as speaker; November 16, 1938, as Board member; November 20, 1939, as speaker; February 8, 1940; July 14, 1940, re Dr. Helen Chapin; January 4, 194l, 1941; January 2, 1941; January 23, 1943, as Board member; January 7, 1945, Portrait on exhibition in Art Guild Show; January 27, 1945, as Board member; September 1945; October 26, 1945; January 22, 1949, as Board member; January 8, 1950; July 8, 1951, obituary; February 1952, re memorial exhibition; May 31, 1981, re studio in Spanish Village, Balboa Park, 1915-16 Expo.

Griffing Bancroft, Jr. San Diego, Sun, June 1, 1914, “Alice Klauber, Louise Darby and A. B. Titus set out to organize a society of patrons that would sponsor exhibitions.”; June 1, 1934.

San Diego, Sun, December 30, 1916; January 15, 1927; February 22, 1927; May 4, 1927, as juror; June 6, 1927, as juror; July 18, 1927, as juror; January 21, 1928, as Second Vice-President, Board of Trustees; August 25, 1928; November 9, 1929, as artist; January 17, 1930, as Board member; January 31, 1930, as chairman of the Education Committee; May 16, 1931, as artist; February 17, 1932, as speaker on Hans Hofmann; June 29, 1932, as member of the Acquisition Committee; February 27, 1934, as Board member; July 20, 1935.

Dr. Edgar L. Hewett. Art & Archaeology, VII: 1-2 (January-February 1918), 53.

Beatric de Lack Krombach. San Diego, Sun, October 2, 1920; May 27, 1927, as juror; June 10, 1927, as artist; July 8, 1927, as exhibition prizewinner.

Natalie Curtis Burlin. A three page note addressed to ‘Dearest Friend’ from c/o Farmers Loan, Paris and dated October 16, 1921.

San Diego Union, January 23, 1921, re Lyman Judson Gage.

Sun Dial, January 28, 1922.

Beatric de Lack Krombach. Unidentified item, December 9, 1924. In the archives of the SDMA.

San Diego Independent, May, 1926; May/June 1926, as artist; January 16, 1927; January 29, 1927; February 20, 1927, as member of the Executive Committee; February 21, 1927; May 25, 1927, as juror; July 7, 1927, as prize winner in exhibition; January 22, 1928, as Second Vice-President of Board of Trustees.

Reginald H. Poland. Unidentified articles, June, 1926, as artist; November 7, 1929, as artist and exhibitor; March 6, 1938, as chairman of the Oriental Arts Committee; March 8, 1942, as speaker on Asian art; August 9, 1942, as collector and lender.

Reginald H. Poland. Boston, Christian Science Monitor, July 3, 1926, as artist and juror; August 22, 1927, as artist.

San Diego, Evening Tribune, Unidentified article, 1926; January 10, 1931; August 8, 1931; August 12, 1931; November 25, 1932, as sister of Melville Klauber; September 26, 1933, as chairman of the Education Committee; July 20, 1935; September 6, 1935; May 12, 1936; May 15, 1936; June 9, 1936, as chairman of the Oriental Arts Committee; February 2, 1938, as speaker; December 8, 1938, as speaker on Hokusai; December 24, 1938, as member of the Board of Trustees; April 12, 1939, as speaker on Japanese prints; June 29, 1940; March 12, 1942, as speaker; January 29, 1944, as Board member; September 8, 1945; June 15, 1948, as member of the Asian Arts Committee.

Hazel Boyer Braun. San Diego, Evening Tribune, January 9, 1927; June 18, 1927; July 20 1929, Henri’s death announced. Alice as Henri student; August 24, 1929, as a traveler to the Orient; August 31, 1929, as bookplate artist; April 12, 1930, as artist-exhibitor; May 17, 1930, as juror; October 11, 1930; July 11, 1931, as artist; August 8, 1931, as organizer of a special exhibition of glass; November 21, 1931; December 12, 1931; as collector; January 23, 1932, as chairman of Education Committee; February, 20, 1932, speaks on Hoffman’s class at Berkeley; June 4, 1932; September 30, 1933, as artist: January 19, 1934, as lender to exhibition; February 9, 1934, as member of the Board of Directors; July 28, 1934, as donor of Putnam’s works and traveler to Orient; January 19, 1935, as donor; February 1, 1936, as Asian arts enthusiast; February 15, 1936, as Chairman of the Oriental Arts Committee; March 21, 1936, re painting Kitchen Corner; August 22, 1936, as artist; November 28, 1936, as Oriental arts specialists; September 3, 1938, as juror; December 3, 1938, as speaker; February 11, 1939, as speaker, interrupted by Osvald Siren; July 6, 1940, as curator of installation of Museum Oriental arts room; January 30, 1943, as artist.

San Diego Business, III (July 1927), as artist and juror.

San Diego Magazine, III (September 1927), 10, as represented in colection of University Club.

Unidentified article, January 23, 1928, as Second Vice-President; 1936, “Miss Klauber Gives Art Talk at Delphian Meet.” San Diego, unidentified newspaper item, October 27, 1928, exhibits sketches of Arizona and New Mexico.

San Diego, unidentified newspaper item, October 27, 1928, exhibits sketches of Arizona and New Mexico.

Reginald H. Poland. San Diego Union, October 21, 1928, as donor of Japanese prints; January 19, 1930, as Chairman of the Education Committee; November 23, 1930, as artist; November 15, 1931, as recipient of Honorable Mention; February 19, 1933, as donor, April 23, as donor to library, October 15, 1933, as donor, July 29, 1934, as donor and traveler to the Orient; November 10, 1935, as artist; May 14, 1936; December 4, 1936, as speaker.

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