IACA Journal, Summer 2014 - page 7

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The Heard Museum, Phoenix, announced that it has established IACA Research
Collection 341 (RC341) which consists of over 500 historic IACA publications,
mailings, newsletters, bulletins, photographs and artist information.
The IACA collection will be housed in the Billie
Jane Baguley Library and Archives at the muse-
um. The objective of the Native American Artists
Archives is to document, preserve and make
available to researchers the richness of unique,
primary source material on Native American
artists, and to make the material available to art
historians, scholars, museum curators, students
and families studying the great contributions of
Indians to the arts.
The IACA collection was assembled and orga-
nized by IACA Board Member, Dee Dowers, who
then coordinated the initiative with Mario Nick
Klimiades, Heard Museum Library and Archives
Director.
If you have IACA memorabilia that you would
like to contribute to this collection, please contact
IACA at
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