Charles Tauss Papers (3 boxes. 1961–1982)

Charles Tauss (1927–2000) was Josef Albers's student, and later studio assistant and conservator. Correspondence, condition reports, notes, photographs, newspaper and magazine articles, exhibition announcements, and memorabilia, document the painting methods, conservation and work of Josef Albers. Donated by Charles Tauss.

Ted and Bobbie Dreier Correspondence (2 boxes. 1933–1946)

Correspondence between the Dreiers and the Alberses reflect the personal and professional relationship between these four individuals during the Black Mountain College period. Donated by the Dreier Family.

Lore Kadden Lindenfeld Course Notes: (1 box. circa 1946–1948)

Lore Kadden Lindenfeld (1921–2010) studied under both Josef and Anni Albers at Black Mountain College between 1945 and 1948. Her course notes are among the few known documents that record Anni Albers's weaving classes. Also in this collection are notes from Josef Albers's design and color courses and Lindenfeld's graduation materials. Donated by Lore Kadden Lindenfeld.

Carl L. Howard Papers: (1 box. circa 1969–1976)

Carl L. Howard is a filmmaker and editor who worked with Arnold Bittleman to create the film To Open Eyes: A Film on Josef Albers, produced in 1969 by Educational Communications, State University of New York at Albany. The Carl L. Howard Papers are a collection of materials used to create the film, including photographs, contact sheets, film scripts, transcriptions, and handwritten notes between Albers and Howard. Donated by Carl L. Howard. A digital version of the film is available here.

Nicholas Fox Weber Papers

The Foundation also houses and makes available to researchers the literary papers of its director, Nicholas Fox Weber. Nicholas Fox Weber is the author of fourteen books, including biographies of Balthus and Le Corbusier; a group biography of key Bauhaus figures Walter Gropius, Paul Klee, Wassily Kandinsky, Ludwig Mies Van der Rohe, and Josef and Anni Albers; a group biography of the founders of the Museum of Modern Art; and a biography of art collectors and heirs to the Singer Sewing Machine fortune, Stephen and Sterling Clark. A more complete listing is available here (pdf).