James McMullan Collection

Extent

72 in (Overall dimensions)

Abstract

James McMullan is one of America’s most important illustrators. He is best known for his acclaimed theater posters for Lincoln Center, and has also designed and illustrated many book jackets, album covers, and magazine articles. McMullan was born in 1934 in Tsingtao, China and studied art at the Pratt Institute in New York City. He joined Push Pin Studios in 1966, where he sharpened his psychologically intense style of realism. He departed Push Pin in 1969 just as Milton Glaser and Clay Felker were starting New York Magazine and he was a member of the core group of artists who helped establish that magazine’s graphic style. McMullan designed his first Broadway poster in 1976, which led to a long relationship with Lincoln Center and his creation of many posters for the theater. McMullan has also collaborated on six children’s books with his wife, children’s book author Kate McMullan. He began teaching at the School of Visual Arts in 1969 and in 1987 he inaugurated his High-Focus Drawing Program at SVA, which later resulted in a book on his distinctive approach to life drawing.

General Physical Description

Eight boxes and one flat file drawer.

Scope and Contents

The James McMullan Collection documents McMullan's career as an illustrator and designer, from his student and early portfolio work in the 1950s to the present day. The Collection is composed of original art and sketches, plus print examples of posters, book jackets, album covers, and magazine illustrations.

Arrangement

The James McMullan Collection is divided into fifteen series: Series 1. Work from Art School and Early Portfolios (original art) Series 2. Early art for published work - 1960s-1970s (original art, sketches and tear sheets). This series includes art for an early book jacket for E.P Dutton, plus work for Fortune, McCall's, Steelways, Vogue and a Westinghouse Broadcasting Company advertising supplement to the New York Times containing art by many prominent illustrators. Series 3. Early work - Magazines - 1960s-1970s (tear sheets). This series contains tear sheets for illustrations done for many magazines, including Esquire, The Los Angeles Times West magazine and the New York Herald Tribune. Series 4. Early work - Advertisements, Corporate Brochures - 1960s-1970s (printed samples and tear sheets). This series contains printed examples and tear sheets for work done for corporate and non-profit clients, including nine brochures for Roche Laboratories pharmaceutical company. Series 5. Early work - Book Jackets - 1960s-1970s (original art, sketches and printed covers). This series contains sketches, original art and printed covers, including those for the Jorge Luis Borges series for E.P. Dutton. Series 6. Early work - Push Pin Studios (original art, sketches and tear sheets). This series contains work primarily done for Push Pin Studios' publication, the Push Pin Graphic. Series 7. Advertisements, Brochures, Annual Reports, Calendars (original art, sketches, printed samples and tear sheets). This series contains printed examples of work done for clients including Gant, IBM, Mobil, New York City Housing Development Corporation and Schlumberger. Series 8. Album Covers - 1970s-1980s (original art, sketches, reference photographs and printed covers). This series contains sketches, reference photographs, original art and printed album covers for clients including CBS Records (art directed by Paula Scher) and Columbia Records. Series 9. Book jackets and Illustrations - 1980s-2000s (original art, sketches and printed covers). This series contains sketches, original art and printed examples of McMullan's book jackets and illustration. Series 10. Magazines (original art, sketches and tear sheets). This series contains sketches, reference photographs, original art and tear sheets for McMullan's editorial illustration. The series is subdivided into ten subseries: Subseries 1. Audience, Audubon, Newsweek, Parenting Subseries 2. Esquire and GQ Subseries 3. Let's Find Out and Sesame Street Subseries 4. Miscellaneous magazines Subseries 5. New York Magazine Subseries 6. The New York Times Subseries 7. The New Yorker Subseries 8. Reader's Digest Subseries 9. Rolling Stone Subseries 10. Sports Illlustrated Series 11. Mobil Masterpiece Theatre posters and advertisements, miscellaneous covers and posters (orginal art, sketches and printed examples) Series 12. Posters (original art, sketches, reference photographs and posters). This series contains sketches, reference photographs, original art and printed posters illustrated and designed by McMullan, including sketches for his Ain't Misbehavin' poster and several printed Lincoln Center Theater posters. Series 13. Mounted Tear Sheets. This series contains tear sheets encapsulated in black paper and a clear polyester sheet. Tear sheets are subdivided into the following subseries: Subseries 1. Advertisements, Brochures, Annual Reports Subseries 2. Book jackets Subseries 3. Lincoln Center Theater posters Subseries 4. Magazine and Newspapers Subseries 5. Miscellaneous Series 14. Animated film - December 25, 1914 for PBS (original art and sketches). This series contains original art, concept sketches, story boards and technical overlays for December 25, 1914, a dissolve animation film done for PBS in 1978. Series 15. Books. This series contains children's books by Kate and Jim McMullan, plus The Theater Posters of James McMullan.

Restrictions

The James McMullan Collection is open for research.

Citation

James McMullan Collection, [series. item]. Milton Glaser Design Study Center and Archives, Visual Arts Foundation, New York.

Container List

Milton Glaser Design Archive > James McMullan Collection > Series 1. Work from Art School and Early Portfolios (original art)
LOC TITLE DATE
B 1F 1Man in canoe (portfolio piece), 4.75 x 71950s
B 1F 1Boy's head (portfolio piece), 4 x 4.251950s
B 1F 1Conductor (portfolio piece), 2.5 x 2.51950s
B 1F 1Wagontrain figures (portfolio piece), 5.25 x 4.251950s
B 1F 1Figures with Japanese flag (portfolio piece), 5 x 5.251950s
B 1F 1Figure with face on easel (portfolio piece), 8 x 7.51950s
B 1F 1Self-portrait, 13.75 x 111950s
B 1F 1Death in Venice by Thomas Mann book jacket (portfolio piece), 8.5 x 51958
B 1F 1Toy solider (portfolio piece), 7 x 51950s
B 1F 1Figure on small sailboat with steamships in background (portfolio piece), 11.5 x 121959
B 1F 1Doll head (portfolio piece), 11.5 x 10.51959
B 1F 1Woman's face with drawings on top (portfolio piece), 8.5 x 91959
Milton Glaser Design Archive > James McMullan Collection > Series 2. Early art for published work - 1960s-1970s (original art, sketches and tear sheets)
LOC TITLE DATE
B 1F 2Do You Dream? book jacket for E.P. Dutton (original art), 12 x 9.251971
B 1F 2Face in box on window (sketch for fiction story, women's magazine), 11 x 91970s
B 1F 2Fortune: Milton Friedman portrait (original art), 14.5 x 12June 1, 1967
B 1F 2Fortune: Milton Friedman portrait (tear sheet)June 1, 1967
B 1F 2McCall's: Diving figure study for fiction story (sketch), 14 x 111960s
B 1F 2McCall's: Diving figure for fiction story (two tear sheets)1960s
B 1F 2New York Times advertising supplement for Westinghouse Broadcast Company - Group W : truck chassis landscape (two sketches and three research images)
B 1F 2New York Times advertising supplement for Westinghouse Broadcast Company - Group W : truck chassis landscape (tear sheet)
B 1F 3SR Magazine: Floating letter with figures (tearsheet)December 16, 1972
B 1F 3SR Magazine: Floating letter with figures (original art), 11.5 x 8.25December 16, 1972
B 1F 3Steelways magazine - man with car (sketch 1), 7 x 5.51960s
B 1F 3Steelways magazine - man with car (sketch 2), 10.75 x 8.51960s
B 1F 3Steelways magazine - man with car (tearsheet)1960s
B 1F 3Steelways magazine - service station (sketch), 11 x 8.51960s
B 1F 3Vogue: Two sailors for short story by E.M. Forster (original art), 10 x 7March 1973
B 1F 3Vogue: Two sailors for short story by E.M. Forster (two tear sheets)March 1973
Milton Glaser Design Archive > James McMullan Collection > Series 3. Early work - Magazines - 1960s-1970s (tear sheets)
LOC TITLE DATE
B 1F 4Crawdaddy, "Don't Bogart That Drink: The New Alcoholism" by Jon Carroll and Richard Meltzerc. 1970
B 1F 4Diplomat Magazine, "Age of Triumph"1966-1967
B 1F 4Escapade magazine - woman and insectFebruary 1962
B 1F 4Esquire, story about F. Scott Fitzgerald - classroom
B 1F 4Esquire, "Woman's Anger" - vanity table1967
B 1F 4Esquire, "The Outsider" by Yuri Kazakov (two tear sheets)
B 1F 4Life, "Huck Finn & Tom Sawyer Among the Indians" - an unpublished manuscript by Mark TwainDecember 20, 1968
B 1F 4Look magazine, "The world of Leo Rosten"April 4, 1967
B 1F 5Los Angeles Times "West" magazine, "To What It May Concern"
B 1F 5Los Angeles Times "West" magazine (cover by James McMullan), September 28, 1969
B 1F 5Los Angeles Times "West" magazine, "Hawaii" (cover by James McMullan), February 1, 1970
B 1F 5Los Angeles Times "West" magazine, "In Search of the Essential Angela" (Angela Davis), May 30, 1971
B 1F 5McCall's, "Story Hour"1961
B 1F 5New York - Elvis
B 1F 5New York Herald Tribune, "Resting Place" by Walter GoodmanOctober 11, 1964
B 1F 5New York Herald Tribune, "Getting Out of Attica"1966-1967
B 1F 5New York Herald Tribune - woman with sunglassesAugust 16, 1964
B 1F 5New York Herald Tribune - Henry JamesDecember 8, 1963
B 1F 5New York Herald Tribune, "Crime in the City: The Short Stormy Career of the Baby-Faced Raffles"February 2, 1964
B 1F 6New York Times advertising supplement for Westinghouse Broadcast Company - Group WMarch 5, 1967
B 1F 6Pastimes (Eastern Airlines Inflight magazine), "Whatever Happened to the World's Wickedest City?" (cover by James McMullan)September 1974
B 1F 6Playboy, "Another Way of Dying" Part I of a Novel by Francis Clifford (two tear sheets)
B 1F 6Print, "Jim McMullan: A Portfolio"March-April, 1965
B 1F 6Unknown publication - Man with target, woman with gun
B 1F 6Unknown publication - Boys looking at town
B 1F 6Unknown publication - Bulldozer and explosion
B 1F 6Unknown publication - "An Open Letter to Myself" by Norman Mailman
B 1F 6Unknown publication - "How to Get to Lincoln Center", "The Country Wife, Vivian Beaumont Theater"
B 1F 6Unknown publication - Woman with grid
B 1F 6Unknown publication - Boy in car,
B 1F 6Unknown publication - Man with houses
B 1F 6Unknown publication - Man giving a reading
B 1F 6Unknown publication - Palm trees, man in sunset,
B 1F 6Unknown publication - "Eine Kleine Nashmusik" by Ogden Nash
B 1F 6Unknown publication - Outlet photostat
B 1F 6Unknown publication - "Breslau Revisited" by Francis Russell
B 1F 4Communication Arts, cover (glass on beach, pouring water), 9 in W x 12 in H1974
Milton Glaser Design Archive > James McMullan Collection > Series 4. Early work - Advertisements, Corporate Brochures - 1960s-1970s (printed samples and tear sheets)
LOC TITLE DATE
D 25F 1Eastern Air Lines: Fly Eastern to San Juan. And We'll Give You All This. (poster/advertisement), 24 x 32.51970
B 1F 7ABC-TV advertisement, "Leave it to Beaver"1962
B 1F 7AIGA Color Chart1974
B 1F 7The Assumptionists, The Provincial House - Priesthood booklet
B 1F 6Caprolan Nylon, Adelaar advertisement (Women's Wear Daily), September 7, 1966
B 1F 7Holland Bulbs advertisement, "His Tears Turned Into Tulips"early 1960s
B 1F 7Holland Bulbs advertisement, "For one Tulip"early 1960s
B 1F 7I. Miller tigers fashion advertisement
B 1F 8Roche Laboratories: Taractan brochure (blue), "In schizophrenic patients..."1964
B 1F 8Roche Laboratories: Taractan brochure (olive), "In hospitalized psychotic patients..."1965
B 1F 8Roche Laboratories: Taractan brochure (yellow), "When they are highly disturbed - isolated from reality...", 1963
B 1F 8Roche Laboratories: Taractan brochure (green), "In hospitalized psychotic patients...", 1965
B 1F 8Roche Laboratories: Taractan brochure (red), "In hospitalized psychotic patients...", 1964
B 1F 8Roche Laboratories: Taractan brochure (blue), "When severe anxiety predominates... but depression is underlying...", 1963
B 1F 8Roche Laboratories: Librium brochure, "Frieda Fromm-Reichmann on Anxiety"1971
B 1F 8Roche Laboratories: Librium brochure cover, "Kierkegaard on Anxiety", 1971
B 1F 8Roche Laboratories: Taractan advertisement (maroon), "When the patient loses his grip on reality..."
B 1F 8Sony presents Hello Out There in Radioland booklet1973
B 1F 8U.S. State Department magazine (Russian), Toy solider
B 1F 8Unknown client booklet cover (two-sided) )(buildings on grid with inset people and people using technology on grid)
Milton Glaser Design Archive > James McMullan Collection > Series 5. Early work - Book Jackets - 1960s-1970s (original art, sketches and printed covers) > Subseries 1. Jorge Luis Borges Series for E.P. Dutton
LOC TITLE DATE
A Universal History of Infamy (book), 1979
Evaristo Carriego (book), 1984
B 1F 9The Aleph and Other Stories 1933-1969 (original art), 9.5 x 6.751979
B 1F 9The Book of Imaginary Beings (printed cover)
B 1F 9The Book of Sand (sketch), 6.5 x 5.5
B 1F 9Chronicles of Bustos Domecq (printed cover)
B 1F 9Doctor Brodie's Report (printed cover)
B 1F 9Dreamtigers (printed cover)
B 1F 9Evaristo Carriego (original art), 11.5 x 9
B 1F 9Evaristo Carriego (printed cover)
B 1F 9Six Problems for Don Isidro Parodi (original art), 9.5 x 6.75
B 1F 9Six Problems for Don Isidro Parodi (printed cover)
B 1F 9A Universal History of Infamy (sketch), 8.5 x 6
B 1F 9A Universal History of Infamy (original art), 8.5 x 6
Milton Glaser Design Archive > James McMullan Collection > Series 5. Early work - Book Jackets - 1960s-1970s (original art, sketches and printed covers) > Subseries 2. Miscellaneous book jackets
LOC TITLE DATE
B 1F 10Amsco Music Publishing Company. Play Guitar in Ten Sessions (printed cover)
B 1F 10Atheneum. Califfa by Alberto Bevilacqua (printed cover)
B 1F 10Atheneum. The Passenger by Elizabeth Fenwick (printed cover)
B 1F 10The Bones in the Cliff (original art), 12.75 x 9.75
B 1F 10Collier Books. The Deerslayer by James Fenimore Cooper (printed cover)
B 1F 10Doubleday. What It's All About by Vadim Frolov (printed cover)
B 1F 10Doubleday Crime Club. Margin for Doubt by Miriam Borgenicht (printed cover)
B 1F 10Doubleday Crime Club. She Should Have Cried on Monday by E.S. Russell, (printed cover)
B 1F 10Doubleday Crime Club. The Wandering Widows by E.X. Ferrars (printed cover)
B 1F 10E.P. Dutton. The Alexandria Quartet by Lawrence Durrell (printed cover)
B 1F 10E.P. Dutton. Modern Spanish Theatre (printed cover)
B 1F 10E.P. Dutton. The World of Black Humor edited by Douglas M. Davis (printed cover)
B 1F 10E.P. Dutton / Dutton Everyman. The Art of T.S. Eliot by Helen Gardner
B 1F 10Greenwillow. Arilla Sun Down by Virginia Hamilton (printed cover)
B 1F 10Hanno's Doll by Evelyn Piper (printed cover)
B 1F 10Harper & Row. Silver Street by E. Richard Johnson (printed cover)
B 1F 10Harper & Row / Perennial Classic. Cane by Jean Toomer (printed cover)
B 1F 10The Hawk Alone by Jack Bennett (printed cover)
B 1F 10Little Brown. Four Stroke by Don Mitchell (printed cover),
B 1F 10The Naked Murderer by Evelyn Piper (printed cover)
B 1F 10Sarah Morris Remembers by D.E. Stevenson (printed cover)
B 1F 10Strange on the Road by Caroline Crane (printed cover)
Milton Glaser Design Archive > James McMullan Collection > Series 6. Early work - Push Pin Studios (original art, sketches and tear sheets)
LOC TITLE DATE
D 25F 1Astrology (poster), 16 x 23
B 2F 1Florenz Ziegfeld, Impresario Extraordinaire (promtional booklet for Union Camp Fine Papers)1960s
B 2F 1Luck or Probability? (two tear sheets)
B 2F 1Push Pin Graphic no. 47, 1965 - Notorious Subjects as Children (original art - lone boy on carpet), 12.5 x 10.251965
B 2F 1Push Pin Graphic no. 47, 1965 - Notorious Subjects as Children (complete issue), 1965
B 2F 2Push Pin Graphic no. 50, 1966 - Neighborhoods (complete issue)1966
B 2F 2Push Pin Graphic no. 50, 1966 - Neighborhoods, "No Credit" (original art), 10 x 121966
B 2F 2Push Pin Graphic no. 50, 1966 - Neighborhoods (eight sketches)1966
B 2F 2Push Pin Graphic no. 50, 1966 - Neighborhoods, "No Credit" (sketch), 4 x 5.51966
B 2F 3Push Pin Graphic (?) - Long Island as potato (from The Potato Book by Myrna Davis?),
B 2F 3Self portrait as robot for Push Pin exhibition in Osaka, Japan (original art), 15 x 11.51997
B 2F 3Self-promotional advertisement (two tear sheets)1960s
B 2F 3Self-promotional advertisement (original art), 10.75 x 6.51960s
B 2F 3Self-promotional postcard (two copies)
B 40F 1Push Pin Graphic no. 52, 1967, Head Out to Oz (poster), 28 x 181967
Milton Glaser Design Archive > James McMullan Collection > Series 7. Advertisements, Brochures, Annual Reports, Calendars (original art, sketches, printed samples and tear sheets) > Subseries 1. Miscellaneous
LOC TITLE DATE
D 25F 1Garment District Street Scene - February Calendar page (printed reproduction) (oversize),
B 2F 4Basketball players with boxes (sketches), 10.5 x 14
B 2F 4Bell South. Annual Report sketch to show style - two workers with cable and handwritten text, 9.25 x 11.75
B 2F 4Buildings, inset scenes with people (original art), 14.5 x 11
B 2F 4The Case of the Unhealthy Hospital for annual report? (original art), 8 x 5.75
B 2F 4Consolidated Freightways, Inc. 1991 Annual Report1991
B 2F 5Dole. Annual Report - workers in pineapple field (original art), 9.5 x 12
B 2F 5Figure stretching - five perspectives (original art), 13.5 x 10
B 2F 5Gant. Brochure - five separated sheetsSpring 1986
B 2F 5Gant. Brochure - father and daughter in garden (original art), 10.25 x 8.751986
B 2F 5Gant. Brochure - father and daughter in garden with fence (sketch), 9 x 8.75
B 2F 5Gant. Fall 1985 Clothing Catalog - man on porch (original art), 10.5 x 91985
B 2F 5Gant. Fall 1985 Clothing Catalog - man on porch (tear sheet; on reverse of New York City Housing Development Corporation Annual Report tear sheet)
B 2F 5Gant. Fall 1985 Clothing Catalog - man on porch (sketches), 10 x 6.251986
B 2F 6IBM. Annual Report, "The Arts" - cellist (tear sheet)
B 2F 6IBM. Annual Report, "Education" - teacher (tear sheet)
B 2F 6IBM. Annual Report, "Education" - teacher (original art), 13 x 11.5
B 2F 6IBM. Annual Report, "The Environment" - man in boots examining water (original art), 14 x 11
B 2F 6IBM. Annual Report, "The Environment" - man in boots examining water (tear sheet)
B 2F 6IBM. Annual Report, "Persons with Disabilities" - blind man with seeing eye dog (original art), 14.5 x 11
B 2F 6IBM. Annual Report - man with lunchbox (sketch), 10.25 x 7.5
B 2F 7Lincoln Center Theater Brochure (printed)1986-1987
B 2F 7Man on stage talking to audience (original art), 8.75 x 8.5
B 2F 7Manpower Temporary Services. 1989 Executive Calendar1989
B 2F 7Manpower Temporary Services. 1989 Executive Calendar - August - ice cream truck (original art), 7 x 91989
B 2F 7Manpower Temporary Services. 1989 Executive Calendar - November - fireplace (original art), 7.25 x 10.25
B 2F 7Mobil. The Shakespeare Plays television program advertisement - Shakespeare on stage (sketch, not used) (McCaffrey & McCall, Inc. advertising agency), 8.5 x 61978
B 2F 7Mobil. The Shakespeare Plays television program advertisement - Shakespeare with quill pen (original art), 12 x 91978
B 2F 7Mobil. The Shakespeare Plays television program advertisement - Shakespeare with quill and top hat (original art), 11 x 8.25
B 2F 7Mobil. The Shakespeare Plays television program advertisement (two watercolor sketches, two pencil sketches, one reference photograph), 15 x 12.75
B 2F 8Mullen Agency project? - worker in factory (sketch), 10.5 x 8.25
B 2F 8New York City Housing Development Corporation Annual Report 19851985
B 2F 8New York City Housing Development Corporation Annual Report 1985 - man on bicycle, Bronx street scene (sketch), 7 x 6.251985
B 2F 8New York City Housing Development Corporation Annual Report 1985 - man on bicycle, Bronx street scene (original art), 9.75 x 8.251985
B 2F 8New York City Housing Development Corporation Annual Report 1985 - man on bicycle, Bronx street scene (tear sheet): see reverse of Gant Fall 1985 Clothing Catalog1985
B 2F 9Parking lot, man reaching into car - for piece on various parts of the five boroughs?, 10 x 8.5
B 2F 9Simpson Paper Company. Advertisement, "Protocol" - mask (tear sheet),
B 2F 9Simpson Paper Company. Advertisement, "Protocol" - vase with flowers (tear sheet),
B 2F 9Taxi Tug O' War - card on New York (original art) (never produced), 10.5 x 91980s
B 2F 9Violence, Jobs - man with gun, worker (two sketches), 9.25 x 14.5
B 2F 9Violence, Jobs - man with gun, worker (sketch), 10 x 9
B 2F 5Dole. Annual Report - workers in field (tear sheet), 8 ½ in W x 11 in H
B 40F 1China dock scene - Februrary calendar page (oversize)
Milton Glaser Design Archive > James McMullan Collection > Series 7. Advertisements, Brochures, Annual Reports, Calendars (original art, sketches, printed samples and tear sheets) > Subseries 2. Schlumberger
LOC TITLE DATE
B 2F 10Men on oil rig, ship interior (original art), 13 x 11.5
B 2F 10Sketchbook page that documents McMullan's trip to Fairchild Semi-Conductor plant (original art), 12.25 x 9.25
B 2F 10Schlumberger 1983 Annual Report1983
B 2F 10This is Schlumberger bookletJuly 1985
Milton Glaser Design Archive > James McMullan Collection > Series 8. Album Covers - 1970s-1980s (original art, sketches, reference photographs and printed covers)
LOC TITLE DATE
B 2F 11Big Tree Records. David Geddes, Run Joey Run - man on phone (original art), 10 x 6.51975
B 2F 11Big Tree Records. David Geddes, Run Joey Run - man with gun, couple (original art), 9 x 10.5
B 2F 11Big Tree Records. David Geddes, Run Joey Run, 1975
B 2F 11CBS Records. Lake (house under water)1977-1980
B 2F 11CBS Records. Lake (overflowing sink and cat) (sketch and reference photograph)1977
B 2F 11CBS Records. Lake (overflowing sink and cat), 1977
B 2F 12CBS Records. Lake, Ouch! - dog (one sketch and two reference photographs)1981
B 2F 12CBS Records. Lake, Ouch! - dog1981
B 2F 12CBS Records. Lake, Paradise Island (overflowing bathtub, bird), 1979
B 2F 12CBS Records. Lake, Paradise Island (reference photograph), 3.5 x 4.51979
B 2F 13CBS Records. Mtume, In Search of the Rainbow Seekers1980
B 2F 13CBS Records. Poco: The Songs of Paul Cotton, 1979
B 2F 13CBS Records. Poco: The Songs of Richie Furay1979
B 2F 13CBS Records. Poco: The Songs of Richie Furay (sketch), 8 x 81979
B 2F 13CBS Records. A Renaissance Christmas Celebration with the Waverly Consort, 19771977
B 2F 11Bluebird. Paul Desmond, Late Lament, 1987
B 3F 1Columbia Records, Classical Reissues - man writing (sketch), 9.5 x 5.25
B 3F 1Columbia Records. Liszt's Greatest Hits (printed reproduction)
B 3F 1Columbia Records. Schubert's Greatest Hits (printed reproduction)
B 3F 1Columbia Records. The Sound of Genius Masterworks Library - man on horse (original art), 6 x 6
B 3F 1Columbia Records. The Sound of Genius Masterworks Library - musician portrait (original art), 5 x 7.5
B 3F 1Columbia Records. The Sound of Genius Masterworks Library: Best of Bach (printed reproduction),
B 3F 1Columbia Records. The Sound of Genius Masterworks Library: Mehdelssohn: Piano Concerto No. 1 / Schumann: Piano Concerto in A Minor (printed reproduction)
B 3F 1Columbia Records. The Sound of Genius Masterworks Library: Tchaikovsky: Piano Concerto No. 1 (printed reproduction),
B 3F 1Columbia Records. The Sound of Genius Masterworks Library: Brahams: Symphony No. 1 in C Minor, Op. 68 (printed reproduction)
B 3F 1Columbia Records. The Sound of Genius Masterworks Library: Mussorgsky: Pictures at an Exhibition, Night on Bald Mountain (printed reproduction)
B 3F 1Columbia Records. The Sound of Genius Masterworks Library: Tchaikovsky: Pathétique Symphony (printed reproduction)
B 3F 1Columbia Records. The Sound of Genius Masterworks Library: A Johann Strauss Festival with The Philadelphia Orchestra (printed reproduction)
B 3F 1Columbia Records. The Sound of Genius Masterworks Library: Carl Orff Carmina Burana (original art), 3.5 x 6
B 3F 1Columbia Records. The Sound of Genius Masterworks Library: Sibelius: Symphony No. 2 (original art), 3.25 x 5.5
B 3F 1Columbia Records. The Sound of Genius Masterworks Library: Sibelius: Symphony No. 2 (printed reproduction),
B 3F 1Columbia Records. The Sound of Genius Masterworks Library: Stravinsky Conducts Le Sacre du Printemps (printed reproduction)
B 3F 1Columbia Records. The Sound of Genius Masterworks Library: Stravinsky Conducts Le Sacre du Printemps (original art), 6.75 x 5.25
B 3F 1Columbia Records. The Sound of Genius Masterworks Library: Carl Orff Carmina Burana (printed reproduction)
B 3F 2DRG Records Inc. A Day in Hollwood, A Night in the Ukraine.1980
B 3F 2Elektra Records. Abdullah Ibrahim, Dollar Brand1980
B 3F 2Yvonne Elliman, Rising Sun1975
B 3F 2Janis Joplin (sketch, never used?), 8 x 8
Milton Glaser Design Archive > James McMullan Collection > Series 9. Book jackets and Illustrations - 1980s-2000s (original art, sketches and printed covers)
LOC TITLE DATE
B 3F 3Alfred A. Knopf. Particularly Cats... and Rufus by Doris Lessing (sketch for cover), 9.75 x 7.51991
B 3F 3Alfred A. Knopf. Particularly Cats... and Rufus by Doris Lessing - jungle cat (original art - interior illustration), 10 x 7.51991
B 3F 3Alfred A. Knopf. Particularly Cats... and Rufus by Doris Lessing - fighting cats (original art - interior illustration)1991
B 3F 3Alfred A. Knopf. Particularly Cats... and Rufus by Doris Lessing (printed cover)1991
B 3F 4The Cuckoo's Child by Suzanne Freeman (original art), 12 x 11
B 3F 4The Cuckoo's Child by Suzanne Freeman (printed cover)
B 3F 4Danny the Champion of the World by Roald Dahl (original art), 11.75 x 8
B 3F 4E.P. Dutton. A Nest of Ninnies by John Ashbery and James Schuyler
B 3F 4E.P. Dutton. Notes for Joyce: An Annotation of James Joyce's Ulysses by Don Gifford by Robert J. Seidman (printed cover)
B 3F 4Flying, Running, Creeping, Leaping Through the Bible: A Bestiary by James McMullan (proposed cover for book that was never developed) (original art), 9.5 x 8
B 3F 5Jericho by Janet Hickman (printed cover)
B 3F 5Jimmy D., Sidewinder, and Me (original art), 11 x 9
B 3F 5Our Time on the River by Don Brown (original art), 13 x 11
B 3F 5The Republic of Tea by Mel Ziegler, Bill Rosenzweig and Patricia Ziegler (printed cover)
B 3F 5Sunday's Child by Gudrun Mebs (printed cover)
B 3F 5What We Talk About When We Talk About Love by Raymond Carver (never used) (sketch), 9.75 x 6.5
Milton Glaser Design Archive > James McMullan Collection > Series 10. Magazines (original art, sketches and tear sheets) > Subseries 1. Audience, Audubon, Newsweek, Parenting
LOC TITLE DATE
B 3F 6Audience: article about Pauline Kael - Kael with dog (original art), 13.5 x 10.5early 1980s?
B 3F 6Audience: article about Pauline Kael - movie theater audience (original art), 7 x 5early 1980s?
B 3F 6Audience - Come share my loving place with me (tear sheet)
B 3F 6Audience: Pastoral Care (tear sheet)
B 3F 6Audience: speaker at lectern (tear sheet)
B 3F 6Audience: A Visitor from the Forites - Join the New Action Army (tear sheet)
B 3F 6Audubon: article on A.E. Ammons - scene from bridge at Cornell University, 13 x 10.51980s
B 3F 6Audubon: article on A.E. Ammons - portrait of Ammons in woods (original art), 13.5 x 111980s
B 3F 7Newsweek: article on immigration? (original art), 10 x 9.5
B 3F 7Newsweek: article on male vanity - runner looking at his reflection in car window (sketch), 7.5 x 61980s
B 3F 7Newsweek: article on male vanity - man looking at bicep surrounded by grooming aids (sketch), 7 x 5.5
B 3F 7Newsweek: Calcium (tear sheet)January 27, 1986
B 3F 7Newsweek: woman on bed with teddy bear - "Too Late for Prince Charming?" (original art), 10.5 x 8.51986
B 3F 7Newsweek: woman on bed with teddy bear - "Too Late for Prince Charming?" (tear sheet)June 2, 1986
B 3F 7Newsweek: Oliver North surrounded by guerrilla fighters (color brush drawing, original art), 8.5 x 11
B 3F 8Parenting: baby drawing frown lines on face (original art), 9.75 x 9
B 3F 8Parenting: boy praying for skateboard (original art), 7.75 x 8.25
B 3F 8Parenting: boy pulling on leash of large dog (original art), 8 x 8.5
B 3F 8Parenting: boy's head with florid designs behind it, 8.25 x 6.5
B 3F 8Parenting: father cradling image of girl (original art), 8.5 x 8
B 3F 8Parenting: for article: father guiding boy on bicycle - "Take Control" (sketch), 9.75 x 8
B 3F 8Parenting: for article: father guiding boy on bicycle (original art), 13 x 10
B 3F 8Parenting: for article - family in boat (original art), 10.75 x 13.5
B 3F 8Parenting: little girl with father, Yes, Yes, Yes (original art), 9.5 x 8.75
B 3F 8Parenting: skinny fisherman with jubilant kids (original art), 8.25 x 9.75
B 3F 8Parenting: superman guy entering telephone booth (original art), 9.5 x 8.5
B 3F 8Unidentified publication: topographical drawing boat and anchor (tear sheet)
Milton Glaser Design Archive > James McMullan Collection > Series 10. Magazines (original art, sketches and tear sheets) > Subseries 2. Esquire and GQ - 1960s-1990s
LOC TITLE DATE
B 3F 9Baader-Meinhof library escape (original art), 13.5 x 17.5
B 3F 9Baader-Meinhof library escape (sketch), 6 x 7.25
B 3F 9Baader-Meinhof library escape (three pencil sketches and three reference photographs),
B 3F 9Baader-Meinhof library escape (two reference photographs),
B 3F 10Bar scene with famous figures (original art), 10.25 x 12.25
B 3F 10Bar scene with famous figures (sketch), 7 x 10.75
B 3F 10Black and white strip with color underlays (four pieces),
B 3F 11Illustration for Nabokov's Transparent Things (sleepwalking man with clock), Esquire original art, 10.5 x 9.51971
B 3F 11Illustration for Nabokov's Transparent Things (man walking up mountain with shoe), Esquire tear sheet, 1971
B 3F 11Illustration for Nabokov's Transparent Things (man looking out window with umbrella), Esquire tear sheet , 1971
B 3F 11Fat boy surrounded by jeering faces (Esquire) (tear sheet)
B 3F 11"Hammett Below Par" (GQ) - man leaning against door, other man looking (tear sheet)August 1992
B 3F 12"Inclusion" fiction by Will Self (Esquire) - man with many objects (original art), 16.5 x 11.751995
B 3F 12"Inclusion" fiction by Will Self (Esquire) - man with many objects (sketch), 10.5 x 7.51995
B 3F 12"Inclusion" fiction by Will Self (Esquire) - man with many objects (tear sheet)February 1995
B 3F 12"Inclusion" fiction by Will Self (Esquire) - man with insect on his back (original art), 9 x 8.751995
B 3F 13"On Christmas Morning, He Dresses to Forget" excerpt from John O'Hara (GQ) - man looking in mirror (tear sheet)December 2002
B 3F 13"The Outsider" - man in boat (Esquire) (tear sheet)
B 3F 13Party scene (tear sheet),
B 3F 13"Sweetheart of the Son Tra Bong" fiction by Tim O'Brien (Esquire) - soldiers watching helicopter (original art), 11.5 x 9.751989
B 3F 13"Sweetheart of the Son Tra Bong" fiction by Tim O'Brien (Esquire) - soldiers watching helicopter (sketch), 7.5 x 5.251989
B 3F 13"Sweetheart of the Son Tra Bong" fiction by Tim O'Brien (Esquire) - soldiers watching helicopter (tear sheet)July 1989
B 3F 13"Sweetheart of the Son Tra Bong" fiction by Tim O'Brien (Esquire) - woman soldier in Vietnam (two sketches), 6 x 111989
B 3F 13"Sweetheart of the Son Tra Bong" fiction by Tim O'Brien (Esquire) - woman soldier in Vietnam (tear sheet)July 1989
B 3F 14Ted Bundy with victim (original art), 11.5 x 9
B 3F 14Two men in chairs, one without face (Esquire) (tear sheet)
B 3F 14Woman at meat counter with butcher (original art), 16 x 14
B 3F 14Woman at meat counter with butcher (sketch), 8.5 x 6.5
Milton Glaser Design Archive > James McMullan Collection > Series 10. Magazines (original art, sketches and tear sheets) > Subseries 3. Let's Find Out and Sesame Street magazines - 1980s
LOC TITLE DATE
D 25F 1Let's Find Out, "Artists" (poster), 33 in W x 22 in HFebruary 1986
B 3F 15Let's Find Out Calendar, November buffalo (sketch), 6 ¾ in W x 5 ¼ in H
B 3F 15Let's Find Out, "In the Jungle" (printed reproduction)
B 3F 15Sesame Street magazine, Rain (original art), 15 in W x 10 in H1975
Milton Glaser Design Archive > James McMullan Collection > Series 10. Magazines (original art, sketches and tear sheets) > Subseries 4. Miscellaneous magazines
LOC TITLE DATE
B 4F 1California magazine: "Growing up Stoned" - teenage boy smoking pot and girl drinking beer (original art), 11.5 x 8.251982
B 4F 1California magazine: "Growing up Stoned" (complete magazine issue; article contains three illustrations by McMullan)April 1982
B 4F 1Forbes: golfer under tree for story by John Updike, 10 x 8.5
B 4F 1Girl dumping bottle on another girl for story on sorority (tear sheet)
B 4F 1Life magazine: Hemingway story, "Garden of Eden" - man in striped shirt pulling up a fishing rod (original art), 8.5 x 5.51980s
B 4F 1Life magazine: Hemingway story, "Garden of Eden" - naked couple (original art), 8.25 x 7
B 4F 2Manhattan Inc.: man and woman in office, "Good Night and Good Luck" (tear sheet)February 1988
B 4F 2Men's Journal: John McEnroe, "McEnroe Agonistes" (tear sheet)March 1994
B 4F 2New York University Preview: man tied up with feet in water for excerpt from Billy Bathgate by E.L. Doctorow (original art), 11.25 x 9.5
B 4F 2New York University Preview: man tied up with feet in water for excerpt from Billy Bathgate by E.L. Doctorow (tear sheet)
B 4F 2Parents: girl with mirror, "On Being 12" (tear sheet)April 1994
B 4F 2Personal Computing: pen breaking through framed blank canvasAugust 1986
B 4F 2Russian Journal by Andrea Lee (three tear sheets)
B 4F 2Town & Country: Turbaned man waving yellow cloth over Indian town (sketch), 9 x 13.75
B 4F 2Two skinny boys on shed roof (original art), 10.25 x 7.5
Milton Glaser Design Archive > James McMullan Collection > Series 10. Magazines (original art, sketches and tear sheets) > Subseries 5. New York Magazine 1960s-1990s (also New West Magazine)
LOC TITLE DATE
B 4F 31988 New York City Marathon (tear sheet)1988
B 4F 3Aging hustler in front of public phones (original art), 17.5 x 13.25December 3, 1979
B 4F 3Aging hustler in front of public phones (four pencil sketches, one reference photograph)1979
B 4F 3Aging hustler with policeman (original art), 8 x 71979
B 4F 4Albert Goldman article on marijuana (black and white sketches, double-sided), 10.5 x 12.25
B 4F 4Black and white drawing of man in doorway (original art), 6.75 x 9.25
B 4F 4Black and white drawing of man in doorway (tear sheet)
B 4F 4Black and white drawing of man at window (original art), 6.25 x 5
B 4F 4Black and white drawing of woman sprawled on floor at bottom of stairs (tear sheet)
B 4F 5Caffe Roma restaurant (tear sheet)June 30-July 7, 1986
B 4F 5Central Park Sheep Meadow - Splendor From the Grass (tear sheet)December 19-26, 1988
B 4F 5Conductor (tear sheet)
B 4F 5Dead man in birdcage (original art), 4.25 x 4.5
B 4F 5Desert oil drilling scene for article on history of oil (original art), 11.5 x 16.5
B 4F 5Elderly couple - "Quietly fuming at the young" (tear sheet)July 5-12, 1982
B 4F 5Finally Free of Frank - Frank Rich (tear sheet)March 14, 1994
B 4F 6The Four Seasons at 25 (tear sheet)June 18, 1984
B 4F 6Gael Greene Ranks the Great French Restaurants (tear sheet)February 7, 1983
B 4F 6Head above water, couple at table underwater, 16 and 22 (tear sheet)Februrary 18, 1974
B 4F 6Henry Kissinger article (black and white drawing, original art), 13.25 x 11.25
B 4F 6The Homeless Woman with Two Homes - woman with bags (tear sheet)October 30, 1989
B 4F 6Horse and carriage for "The Best of New York" (original art), 5.75 x 10.251985
B 4F 6Horse and carriage for "The Best of New York" (tear sheet)December 23-30, 1985
B 4F 6Horseback riders in park (tear sheet)December 21-28, 1987
B 4F 6Hospital room scene (original art), 5.75 x 5
B 4F 7Joan Didion article, "The White Album" - man with microphone, man wearing hat - for New West Magazine ("'Eichman,' Kay Boyle had screamed at him at a rally") (original art), 6.5 x 10.251979
B 4F 7Joan Didion article, "The White Album" - seated man looking at man without shirt - for New West Magazine ("He said that he thought I could be a star.") (original art), 7 x 71979
B 4F 7Joan Didion article, "The White Album" - seated man looking at man without shirt - for New West Magazine ("He said that he thought I could be a star.") (tear sheet), June 4, 1979
B 4F 7Joan Didion article, "The White Album" - seated man looking at man without shirt - for New West Magazine ("He said that he thought I could be a star.") (one sketch, three reference photgraphs), 1979
B 4F 7Joan Didion article, "The White Album" - man with tape recorder - for New West Magazine ("He smiled at us all and waited for his lawyer, Charles Gerry, to set up the tape recorder.") (original art), 6.75 x 8.5
B 4F 7Joan Didion article, "The White Album" - man on couch with shiny black trousers - for New West Magazine ("He spoke almost in a whisper.") (original art), 7.25 x 8.751979
B 4F 7Joan Didion article, "The White Album" (full printed article)June 4, 1979
B 4F 8Kennedy family - family group with lace curtain (original art), 14.25 x 17.5
B 4F 8Kennedys - three figures on launch (original art), 6.5 x 6.75
B 4F 8Kennedys - young woman on lawn (original art), 6 x 4
B 4F 8Kennedys - young woman on lawn (tear sheet)
B 4F 8Loew's Paradise - theater (tear sheet, two pieces)December 21-28, 1987
B 4F 8Man looking back, man with hat in shadow for New West magazine cover "Staying Alive: Personal Safety in the Age of Paranoia" (tear sheet)April 23, 1979
B 4F 8Man with gun coming from behind curtain for article on terrorist (original art), 15 x 11.51980s
B 4F 8Man with gun coming from behind curtain for article on terrorist (tear sheet)1980s
B 4F 9Man on bed with cowboy inset - article on coming out (original art), 9.5 x 7.5
B 4F 9Man in trench coat reading newspaper (original art), 11 x 9.75
B 4F 9Man waving (tear sheet)October 20, 1980
B 4F 9McMullan - boy on bench, paintbrush to tree1992
B 4F 9The New York I Love - A Place Like Home and A World of Nova (tear sheet, double-sided)October 20, 1980
B 4F 9The New York I Love - The Dawn Patrol and The Lived-In Look (tear sheet, double-sided)October 20, 1980
B 4F 9The New York I Love - Rainbow Room dance floor and nude statueOctober 20, 1980
B 4F 9Old-fashioned movie-making scene (original art), 13.5 x 10
B 4F 9Parking Meter ("The Name of the Violator is...") and group attack (tear sheet)March 24, 1975
B 4F 9Plane crash scene for article on Watergate scandal ("Dorothy Hunt's Plan Crash") (original art), 14.5 x 10.251974
B 4F 9The Polo Grounds - baseball diamond (tear sheet)December 21-28, 1987
B 4F 9The Polo/Ralph Lauren Store (tear sheet)June 30-July 7, 1986
B 4F 10Roller skaters in Central Park - green shirt, purple pants (original art), 6 x 9.751982
B 4F 10Roller skaters in Central Park - green shirt, purple pants (tear sheet)July 5-12, 1982
B 4F 10Roller skaters in Central Park for article "Savoring Central Park" - yellow shirt (original art), 11 x 10.751980
B 4F 10Roller skaters in Central Park for article "Savoring Central Park" - yellow shirt (tear sheet)October 20, 1980
B 4F 10The Second Tier (tear sheet)February 7, 1983
B 4F 10Sounder (tear sheet)
B 4F 10South Street Seaport (tear sheet)June 30-July 7, 1986
B 4F 10Sugar Reef bar (tear sheet)June 30-July 7, 1986
B 4F 10Ted Kennedy at microphone (original art), 8.5 x 10.25late 1970s?
B 4F 10Ted Kennedy with face lightened out, 8.25 x 10.25late 1970s
B 4F 10That's Italian - Cent' Anni - restaurant scene (tear sheet, double-sided)April 8, 1985
B 4F 10That's Italian - Il Mulino (tear sheet)April 8, 1985
B 4F 10That's Italian - Rao's (tear sheet)April 8, 1985
B 4F 10That's Italian - Zinno restaurantApril 8, 1985
B 4F 10Tonight at the Blue Angel: Lenny Bruce (complete printed issue)September 6, 1971
Milton Glaser Design Archive > James McMullan Collection > Series 10. Magazines (original art, sketches and tear sheets) > Subseries 6. The New York Times Magazine and Op-Ed
LOC TITLE DATE
B 4F 11Electonic currency article by James Gleick ("Dead as a Dollar") - spot drawing of man in magnifying glass buying chickens (original art), 9 x 8.251996
B 4F 11Electonic currency article by James Gleick ("Dead as a Dollar") (tear sheet)June 16, 1996
B 4F 11Frank Rich article on growing up with the theater - Frank Rich as a boy (sketch), 11 x 10.752000
B 4F 11Frank Rich article on growing up with the theater - Frank Rich as a boy (tear sheet)October 8, 2000
B 4F 11Frank Rich article on growing up with the theater - Broadway street scene (tear sheet)October 8, 2000
B 4F 12Teamster in truck for New York Times Magazine cover ("Can anybody clean up the teamsters?) (tear sheet)November 7, 1976
B 4F 12Times TalkApril-May 1999
B 4F 12Walter Kirn article on his parents' divorce ("My Parents' Bust-Up") - man looking in dresser mirror (sketch), 11 x 7
B 4F 12Walter Kirn article on his parents' divorce ("My Parents' Bust-Up") - man looking in dresser mirror (original art), 11.25 x 9.25
B 4F 12Walter Kirn article on his parents' divorce ("My Parents' Bust-Up") - man looking in dresser mirror (tear sheet)
B 4F 12Weekend Arts section ("Last Call for Summer) - diving man (sketch), 9 x 7.252006
B 4F 12Weekend Arts section ("Last Call for Summer) - diving man (tear sheet)September 1, 2006
Milton Glaser Design Archive > James McMullan Collection > Series 10. Magazines (original art, sketches and tear sheets) > Subseries 6. The New York Times Magazine and Op-Ed > "The Capitalist" columns by Michael Lewis and Adam Smith
LOC TITLE DATE
B 4F 13Alan Greenspan as sphinx ("Club Fed") (original art), 8.5 x 9.5
B 4F 13Alan Greenspan as sphinx ("Club Fed") (tear sheet)
B 4F 13Bear and bull looking at crystal ball ("Investing in a Candidate") (original art), 7.5 x 7.5
B 4F 13Bear and bull looking at crystal ball ("Investing in a Candidate") (tear sheet)
B 4F 13Bill Gates hoarding money ("What Will Gates Give?") (original art), 10.25 x 9.25
B 4F 13Bill Gates hoarding money ("What Will Gates Give?") (tear sheet)
B 4F 13Buy Sell Bonds Down ("The Beckner Effect") (tear sheet)
B 4F 13Dinosaur telephone (original art), 8.75 x 7
B 4F 13Executives standing on separate peaks (original art), 10 x 8.5
B 4F 13Film on fire ("All Grossed Out") (tear sheet)
B 4F 13Handsome man selling little man ("The Lying Game) (original art), 10.5 x 9.75
B 4F 13Magician ("Separating Rich People From Their Money) (tear sheet)
B 4F 13Man balancing nest egg with tax hat (original art), 9.25 x 7
B 4F 13Man balancing nest egg with tax hat (sketch), 10.75 x 7.25
B 4F 13Man fitting chimney into Russian factory (original art), 9.5 x 8.25
B 4F 14Man floating in box above ritzy house (original art), 11 x 8.75
B 4F 14Man lighting cigar with dollar bill ("The Money Pit") (tear sheet)November 16, 1997
B 4F 14Man painting gray nest egg gold ("The Silent Boom") (original art), 6.75 x 8.5
B 4F 14Man painting gray nest egg gold ("The Silent Boom") (tear sheet)
B 4F 14Man shaking out nest egg into upside-down house (original art), 9.25 x 6.5
B 4F 14Man sitting on top of crumbling pyramid ("The High Cost of Hope") (original art), 8.5 x 8
B 4F 14Man sitting on top of crumbling pyramid ("The High Cost of Hope") (tear sheet)
B 4F 14Metal hand holding money on marionette string ("Heartless Donors") (tear sheet)
B 4F 14Naked "King" man walking with briefcase ("Consultacrats") (original art), 10.5 x 9.25
B 4F 14Naked "King" man walking with briefcase ("Consultacrats") (tear sheet)
B 4F 14Naked man holding up golf ball ("The $700,000-a-Year Drone") (original art), 9.75 x 7.5
B 4F 14Naked man holding up golf ball ("The $700,000-a-Year Drone") (tear sheet)
B 4F 14Pied-piper money man ("Fidelities") (original art), 8.5 x 7
B 4F 14Pied-piper money man ("Fidelities") (tear sheet)
B 4F 14Russian and American cutting off heads and legs (original art), 8 x 7.25
B 4F 14Senator and CEO statues ("Mike Milken Isn't History") (tear sheet)
B 4F 14Statue of Liberty with Chinese Junk boat ("The Asian Con, Part 2") (original art), 8 x 10.5
B 4F 14Statue of Liberty with Chinese Junk boat ("The Asian Con, Part 2") (tear sheet)
B 4F 14Street vendor ("The Death of Sherman McCoy") (tear sheet)
B 4F 14Tip jar ("The Case Against Tipping") (tear sheet)
B 4F 14Uncle Sam giving money to a baby ("Republican Socialism") (tear sheet)
B 4F 14Woman sliding down from castle ("Royal Scam") (tear sheet)
B 4F 14Young trader in cowboy hat and boots holding up boss ("The Bonus Holdup") (original art), 8.25 x 7.75
B 4F 14Young trader in cowboy hat and boots holding up boss ("The Bonus Holdup") (tear sheet)
Milton Glaser Design Archive > James McMullan Collection > Series 10. Magazines (original art, sketches and tear sheets) > Subseries 6. The New York Times Magazine and Op-Ed > Op-Ed art
LOC TITLE DATE
B 4F 15Bar scene (original art), 7.25 x 10.75
B 4F 15Cashier ("Two-Tiered Money") (tear sheet)June 30, 2002
B 4F 15Iraq veteran with dog ("Coming Home") (tear sheet)August 14, 2005
B 4F 15Man flying from city to country (original art), 7.25 x 10
B 4F 15Panama Canal scene, 8.75 x 13
B 4F 15Two faces framing Civil War scene (original art), 6.5 x 9.5
B 4F 15Victorian Christmas interior (original art), 6.5 x 8.5
B 4F 15Woman passing newsstand - op-ed piece on choosing to remain a virgin (original art), 8.5 x 10.75
B 4F 15World War I soldier ("Over There - And Gone Forever") (tear sheet)November 12, 2007
Milton Glaser Design Archive > James McMullan Collection > Series 10. Magazines (original art, sketches and tear sheets) > Subseries 7. The New Yorker Magazine 1990s-2000s
LOC TITLE DATE
B 5F 1Doubleday Book Shops advertisement (tear sheet)
B 5F 1Film spot review: Goya in Bordeaux (tear sheet)2000
B 5F 1Gunga Din (tear sheet)
B 5F 1Hadden Clark (tear sheet)September 4, 2000
B 5F 1Mao and Ding (tear sheet)Februrary 13, 1995
B 5F 1Montana militiamen (tear sheet)June 19, 1995
B 5F 1Morning Star (tear sheet)1999
B 5F 1Ringling Bros. and Barnum and Bailey Circus - Airiana, the Human Arrow (tear sheet)April 8, 1996
B 5F 1Summer and Smoke (tear sheet)September 16, 1996
B 5F 1Theater spot review: Amadeus (tear sheet)1999
B 5F 1Theater spot review: Black Comedy (tear sheet)1993
B 5F 1Theater spot review: A Cheever Evening (tear sheet)1994
B 5F 1Theater spot review: Death of a Salesman (original art), 12 x 10.751999
B 5F 1Theater spot review: Death of a Salesman (tear sheet)1999
B 5F 2Theater spot review: Dinner at Eight (sketch and original art), 9.25 x 9.252002
B 5F 2Theater spot review: Entertaining Mr. Sloane (orginal art), 9 x 8.51996
B 5F 2Theater spot review: Fuddy Meers (tear sheet)1999
B 5F 2Theater spot review: Grace & Glorie (tear sheet)1996
B 5F 2Theater spot review: Hypatia (original art), 8.75 x 6.51990s
B 5F 2Theater spot review: Indiscretions (original art), 11.25 x 10.51995
B 5F 2Theater spot review: King David (original art), 12 x 8.751997
B 5F 2Theater spot review: No Man's Land (original art), 8.75 x 101994
B 5F 2Theater spot review: No Man's Land (tear sheet)1994
B 5F 2Theater spot review: One Flea Spare (tear sheet)1997
B 5F 2Theater spot review: Political Animal (tear sheet)1996
B 5F 2Theater spot review: The Turn of the Screw (tear sheet)1999
B 5F 2Theater spot review: Urinetown (original art), 8.25 x 8.252001
B 5F 2The Weir (tear sheet)April 12, 1999
Milton Glaser Design Archive > James McMullan Collection > Series 10. Magazines (original art, sketches and tear sheets) > Subseries 8. Reader's Digest Magazine 1980s-2000s
LOC TITLE DATE
B 5F 3Boy with guitar, "Singing in the Key of Me" (tear sheet)
B 5F 3Fillers - nineteen photocopied sheets
B 5F 3Library scene, woman on ladder (tear sheet)
B 5F 3Man with handkerchief, "A Question of Trust" (tear sheet)September 1999
B 5F 3Miscellaneous spot illustrations - twelve different (original art and sketches)
Milton Glaser Design Archive > James McMullan Collection > Series 10. Magazines (original art, sketches and tear sheets) > Subseries 9. Rolling Stone magazine
LOC TITLE DATE
B 5F 4Bob Dylan (tear sheet)September 27, 2001
B 5F 4Charles Manson leaning on wall of prison cell (original art), 14.75 x 11.25
B 5F 4Hitchhiker surrounded by cars - Summertime Blues (tear sheet)July 6-20, 2000
B 5F 4Jackson Browne (tear sheet)October 15, 1992
B 5F 4Man from back in white shorts, article on gay politician with lover (original art), 14.25 x 11.25
B 5F 4Stone Cold Steve Austin (original art), 1998
B 5F 4Stone Cold Steve Austin (sketch)1998
B 5F 4Stone Cold Steve Austin (tear sheet)December 24, 1998 - January 7, 1999
Milton Glaser Design Archive > James McMullan Collection > Series 10. Magazines (original art, sketches and tear sheets) > Subseries 10. Sports Illustrated 1960s-1990s
LOC TITLE DATE
B 5F 5"The Bird, The Vow and the Child" (two tear sheets)1967
B 5F 5"The Buffalo Hunt" (two tear sheets)December 25, 1967
B 5F 5"Diving for Wolves in Ice Water" (complete issue with article)February 20, 1967
B 5F 5"Diving for Wolves in Ice Water" (sketch), 4.5 x 6.751967
B 5F 6Drag race (original art), 6.5 x 10
B 5F 6"God Rest You Merry, Gentlemen" (two tear sheets)
B 5F 6Golfer sketch (golfer in white shirt), 10 x 8.75
B 5F 6Golfer sketch (golfer in green jacket), 12 x 9.5
B 5F 6Jockey Steve Cauthen and Kentucky Derby article - racetrack (original art), 13 x 10
B 5F 6Jockey Steve Cauthen and Kentucky Derby article - two jockeys being weighed (original art), 7 x 6.25
B 5F 6Jockey Steve Cauthen and Kentucky Derby article - two men (original art), 6.75 x 5.75
B 5F 6Joe Montana portrait for cover (printed reproduction),
B 5F 6Joe Montana portrait for cover (sketch #2), 10 x 8.5
B 5F 6Joe Montana portrait for cover (sketch #1), 12 x 10.5
B 5F 7"The Magic of Ragtime" (tear sheet)1975?
B 5F 7Man driving (original art), 6 x 7.5
B 5F 7Man with fish (original art), 7.5 x 6.5
B 5F 8Pool Hustling article - illustration #1 (original art), 6.25 x 11.75August 8, 1977
B 5F 8Pool Hustling article - illustration #2 (original art), 18.5 x 14.5August 8, 1977
B 5F 8Pool Hustling article - illustration #2 (preliminary sketch), 5 x 6.5August 8, 1977
B 5F 8Pool Hustling article - illustration #2 (sketch), 6 x 9.25August 8, 1977
B 5F 8Pool Hustling article - illustration #3 (sketch and reference photograph), August 8, 1977
B 5F 9Spring training (Cleveland Indians?) article - players stretching (sketch), 6 x 10.251977
B 5F 9Spring training (Cleveland Indians?) article - man in bleachers (original art), 8.25 x 11.51977
B 5F 9Spring training (Cleveland Indians?) article - two reference photographs1977
B 5F 9Spring training (Cleveland Indians?) article - fans in bleachers (two sketches and four reference photographs)1977
B 5F 9Spring training (Cleveland Indians?) article - two players stretching together (original art, sketch and reference photograph)1977
B 5F 10Tonya Harding article - Tonya Harding coming off the ice, 10.5 x 8.51994
B 5F 10Tonya Harding article - men making plans (original art), 10 x 14.51994
B 5F 10Woman with camper (original art), 3.75 x 6
Milton Glaser Design Archive > James McMullan Collection > Series 11. Mobil Masterpiece Theatre posters and advertisements, miscellaneous covers and posters (orginal art, sketches and printed examples) > Subseries 1. Mobil Masterpiece Theatre
LOC TITLE DATE
B 6F 1Brideshead Revisited: A World Revisited (original art), 12.75 x 10
B 6F 1John Le Carré's A Perfect Spy (four sketches), 16.5 x 111988
B 6F 1John Le Carré's A Perfect Spy (tear sheet)1988
Milton Glaser Design Archive > James McMullan Collection > Series 11. Mobil Masterpiece Theatre posters and advertisements, miscellaneous covers and posters (orginal art, sketches and printed examples) > Subseries 2. Miscellaneous
LOC TITLE DATE
B 6F 2Abrams. American Illustration 6 book jacket
B 6F 2Business Week cover - Hispanic man lifting yellow box (original art), 10.25 x 8.75
B 6F 2Chicago Tribune Flower & Garden section (tear sheet)
B 6F 2Congdon & Lattes. An Easter Egg Hunt by Gillian Freeman (book jacket)
B 6F 2German paint company ad - man with rainbow fighting dragon (original art), 11.5 x 13.5
B 6F 2Graphis 213 - water pistol on target (original art), 13.25 x 10
B 6F 2Graphis 213 - water pistol on target (tear sheet)
B 6F 2The Hampton Library: Midsummer Night's Auction, Aug. 8, 1987, Bridgehampton (printed reproduction of poster)1987
B 6F 2Hunter College - student in foreground, Shakespeare in doorway (original art), 14.5 x 11
B 6F 3Leonardo da Vinci - unused book jacket (original art), 15 x 10.25
B 6F 3Leonardo da Vinci - unused book jacket (sketches), 8.5 x 4.5
B 6F 3Macmillan. A Long Way From Verona by Jane Gardam (book jacket)
B 6F 3Monday After the Miracle - unused theater poster (original art), 11.75 x 9.25
B 6F 3New York City greeting card - The Streets of NY (original art), 11.5 x 9.5
B 6F 3Savannah Music Festival March 20-April 5, 2008 - pan playing flute (brochure cover)2008
B 6F 3Simply Irresistible theater poster - pilot on cliff (original art), 10 x 6.5
B 6F 3Southampton Writers Conference July 18-29, 2007 (printed reproduction)2007
B 6F 3Unidentified - country scene, and and woman with dog (original art), 8.75 x 8
B 6F 3Washington Post Magazine cover - African-American pilot ("Flying in the Face of Prejudice) (tear sheet)February 16, 2003
B 6F 3Writing! - book and magnifying glass (booklet)January 1987
B 6F 3Unidentified - 1930s-1940s era car with driver and couple, nighttime street scene (printed reproduction), 8 ½ in W x 10 ½ in H
Milton Glaser Design Archive > James McMullan Collection > Series 12. Posters (original art, sketches, reference photographs and posters) > Subseries 1. Posters - art and sketches - 1970s-1990s
LOC TITLE DATE
B 6F 4Ain't Misbehavin' (three sketches and five reference photographs)
B 6F 4Ain't Misbehavin' (two sketches, one photograph)1979
B 6F 4American Quarter Horse (sketch), 8.75 x 10.5
B 6F 4American Quarter Horse (original art), 10 x 15
B 6F 4Art Institute of Pittsburgh - costumed tightrope walker on easel above city (original art), 13.25 x 10.5
B 6F 4Garment District Street Scene for February calendar page for American Consolidation Services (original art), 13.25 x 11.75
B 6F 4Garment District Street Scene for February calendar page for American Consolidation Services (sketch), 9.75 x 7
B 6F 4Hampton Classic, Bridgehampton, NY (printed reproduction)1982
B 6F 4Illustrators 20, for Annual Exhibition of the Society of Illustrators - Couple walking hand in hand (sketch), 14.25 x 11.751978
B 6F 4Man in chair reading (sketch), 8.5 x 6.25
B 6F 4Smarty Cats - cats in city scene - for City University of New York (original art), 16 x 11.5
Milton Glaser Design Archive > James McMullan Collection > Series 12. Posters (original art, sketches, reference photographs and posters) > Subseries 2. Posters - printed
LOC TITLE DATE
The Hampton Library Auction, Bridgehampton, August 6, 1988 - man reading on beach, 28.5 x 20.51988
Hampton Classic August 31-September 5, Snake Hollow Road, Bridgehampton, NY, 25.75 x 29.51982
Hampton Library Midsummer Night's Auction, August 8, 1987, Bridgehampton - woman reading under tree, 24 x 28.751987
Hampton Library 1990 - family reading, 21.5 x 271990
James McMullan at Giraffics Gallery August 6-17, Sag Harbor - G. Cramm and D. Budge (tennis players), 21 x 27
Lincoln Center Theater. Anything Goes, 84 x 421987
Lincoln Center Theater. Carousel, 46 x 24
Lincoln Center Theater. Racing Demon by David Hare, 84 x 42
Lincoln Center Theater. The Tenth Man by Paddy Chayefsky (in two pieces), 84 x 42
New York City Marathon, 32.5 x 201983
New York Zoological Society Keith W. Johnson Zoo Center - elephant, 24.25 x 271989
Ode to Toulouse-Lautrec Exposition Internationale D'affiche, 38.5 x 26.752001
Milton Glaser Design Archive > James McMullan Collection > Series 13. Mounted tear sheets > Subseries 1. Advertisements, Brochures, Annual Reports
LOC TITLE DATE
B 7F 1American Consolidation Services: February calendar page - Garment District Street Scene
B 7F 1City University of New York Annual Report Year Ended June 30, 19881988
B 7F 1Interfin Corporation: mother and baby
B 7F 1Lincoln Center Theater Brochure1986-1987
B 7F 1Mobil Masterpiece Theatre: The Jewel in the Crown
B 7F 1New York City Housing Development Corporation Annual Report 1985 - man on bicycle, Bronx street scene
B 7F 1Park West High School
B 7F 1Perspective - man on ladder
B 7F 1Simpson Paper Company: Protocol - horn
B 7F 1Simpson Paper Company: Protocol - wisk / can opener
B 7F 1Springer Sports - man with swan planter
Milton Glaser Design Archive > James McMullan Collection > Series 13. Mounted tear sheets > Subseries 2. Book jackets
LOC TITLE DATE
B 7F 2An American Daughter by Wendy Wasserstein
B 7F 2Iron Man by Chris Crutcher
B 7F 2Jericho by Janet Hickman
B 7F 2A Mediterranean Harvest by Paola Scaravelli and Jon Cohen
B 7F 2The Noisy Giant's Tea Party by Kate and Jim McMullan
B 7F 2Particularly Cats... and Rufus by Doris Lessing
B 7F 2The Summer Book by Tove Jansson
Milton Glaser Design Archive > James McMullan Collection > Series 13. Mounted tear sheets > Subseries 3. Lincoln Center Theater posters
LOC TITLE DATE
B 7F 3Ah, Wilderness! by Eugene O'Neill
B 7F 3A Bad Friend by Jules Feiffer
B 7F 3Big Bill by A.R. Gurney
B 7F 3Everett Beekin by Richard Greenberg
B 7F 3A Fair Country by Jon Robin Baitz1996
B 7F 3Henry IV by William Shakespeare
B 7F 3King Lear by William Shakespeare
B 7F 3Nothing But the Truth by John Kani
B 7F 3Road by Jim Cartwright
B 7F 3Six Degrees of Separation by John Guare
B 7F 3Ten Unknowns by Jon Robin Baitz (also announcement for The Theater Posters of James McMullan at Art Center College of Design, 2001)
B 7F 3Waiting for Godot by Samuel Beckett
Milton Glaser Design Archive > James McMullan Collection > Series 13. Mounted tear sheets > Subseries 4. Magazine and newspaper illustration
LOC TITLE DATE
B 7F 4Audubon: typewriterSeptember-October 1996
B 7F 4Audubon: waterfall, man in woodsSeptember-October 1996
B 7F 4Business Week: The Border - Hispanic man lifting yellow boxMay 12, 1997
B 7F 4Esquire: Will Self story (man with insect, chess piece)February 1995
B 7F 4Forbes ASAP: Teilhard de Chardin, paleontologistOctober 4, 1999
B 7F 4FSB: Should You Lie?November 1999
B 7F 4The Garden of Eden by Ernest Hemingway (man on bed, woman looking in mirror)
B 7F 4New West: Joan Didion, The White Album ("It was hard to surprise me...)June 4, 1979
B 7F 5New York Magazine: Caffe Roma, South Street SeaportJune 30-July 7, 1986
B 7F 5New York Magazine: La Recolte and LuteceFebruary 7, 1983
B 7F 5New York Magazine: The Polo Grounds
B 7F 5New York Magazine: That's Italian - ContrapuntoApril 8, 1995
B 7F 5New York Magazine: That's Italian - Il MulinoApril 8, 1985
B 7F 5New York Times Book Review: Holiday booksDecember 5, 1999
B 7F 5New York Times Book Review: reviews by John RussellDecember 5, 1999
B 7F 5New York Times Book Review: review by Adam GoodheartDecember 5, 1999
B 7F 6New York University Preview: excerpt from Billy Bathgate by E.L. Doctorow
B 7F 6Ridge, Valley, and River: A Journey to the New
B 7F 6Rolling Stone: B.B. KingDecember 24, 1998-January 7, 1999
B 7F 6Rolling Stone: Robbie RobertsonApril 2, 1998
B 7F 6Sports Illustrated: The Kerrigan Assault: Anatomy of a Plot
B 7F 6Time: When China Went Mad: An Extraordinary Memoir of the Cultural RevolutionJune 8, 1987
B 7F 6The Witness Murders: A father who lost his children writes of murder and betrayal inside the Jehovah's Witness coummnity
Milton Glaser Design Archive > James McMullan Collection > Series 13. Mounted tear sheets > Subseries 5. Miscellaneous
LOC TITLE DATE
B 7F 7Edward at 15 - apartment hallway scene
B 7F 7Edward at 16 - two men with guns
B 7F 7Edward at 19 - police arrest
B 7F 7Lamp, book and classical head
B 7F 7Man in window, Missing flyer, American flag
B 7F 7Sketchbook and hiker
B 7F 7Turtle, frog and snake
Milton Glaser Design Archive > James McMullan Collection > Series 14. Animated film - December 25, 1914 for PBS (original art and sketches)
LOC TITLE DATE
Original art - "Battlefield Meeting", 26.5 x 34.5 (framed)1978
D 25F 2Pencil sketches,
B 8F 1Original art, sketches
B 8F 2Original art, sketches
B 8F 3Original art, sketches, reference photographs
B 8F 4Sketches
B 8F 5Sketches, technical overlays, photocopy of "December 25, 1914" letter from a soldier
B 8F 6Story boards
Milton Glaser Design Archive > James McMullan Collection > Series 15. Books
LOC TITLE DATE
I'm Bad by Kate and Jim McMullan. New York: HarperCollins2008
I'm Mighty by Kate and Jim McMullan. New York: HarperCollins2003
The Noisy Giants' Tea Party by Kate and Jim McMullan. New York: Harper Collins1992
The Theater Posters of James McMullan. New York: Penguin Studio1998