Academia Artium et Litterarum Americana

Academia Artium et Litterarum Americana est societas dignitatum cui rite sunt 250 sodales; suum propositum est "alere, adiuvare, et sustinere excellentiam" in litteris, musica, et artibus Americanis. Societas, in vicinia Washington Heights Manhatae Novi Eboraci sita, Audubon Terrace, rem multiplicem in Broadway inter vias 155 et 156 occidentes, cum Societate Hispanica Americae et Boricua Collegio partit. Pinacothecae academiae secundum horarium constitutum propalam aperiuntur. Petitur auditorium a musicis qui musicam per machinam phonographice vivi imprimere volunt, quia acusticae inter optimos orbis terrarum locos putantur.

Audubon Xystus, campus quem academia partit.
Ostia aenea aedificii administrationis in Via 155 Occidentali ab Adolpho Alexandro Weinman, sodale academiae, designata sunt, memoriae Mariae E. Wilkins Freeman et scriptricum Civitatum Foederatarum dicata.

Sodales recensere

Infra est index selectus sodalium priorum Instituti et Academiae Artius et Litterarum Nationalis:[1]

Notae recensere

  1. The history of the National Institute of Arts & Letters and the American Academy of Arts & Letters as Told, Decade by Decade, by Eleven Members: Ludovicus Auchincloss, Ioannes Beeson, Hortensia Calisher, Ada Ludovica Huxtable, Wolf Kahn, R. W. B. Lewis, Ricardus Lippold, Normannus Mailer, Cynthia Ozick, Arthurus Schlesinger, Jr., ed. Ioannes Updike (Novi Eboraci: Columbia University Press, 1998).
  2. 2.00 2.01 2.02 2.03 2.04 2.05 2.06 2.07 2.08 2.09 2.10 2.11 2.12 2.13 2.14 2.15 2.16 2.17 2.18 2.19 2.20 2.21 2.22 "Academicians Meet Here This Week; Members of Institute Will Join Them in Sessions at the Ritz-Carlton. France to send Greeting; Concert Wherein All Works Are by American Composers Will Be Heard," New York Times. 12 Novembris 1916.
  3. 3.00 3.01 3.02 3.03 3.04 3.05 3.06 3.07 3.08 3.09 3.10 3.11 3.12 3.13 3.14 3.15 3.16 3.17 3.18 3.19 3.20 3.21 "Two New Members for the Academy; Dr. Barrett Wendell and Garl Melchers, the Painter, Honored at Meeting" New York Times, 16 Novembris 1916.
  4. American Academy of Arts and Letters: Deceased Members
  5. "W. R. Thayer Wins Medal.; J.G. Huneker and Others Elected to Arts and Letters Institute.
  6. 6.00 6.01 6.02 6.03 6.04 6.05 6.06 6.07 6.08 6.09 6.10 "Academy Honors John Burroughs; Naturalist Praised by Bliss Perry and Hamlin Garland at Memorial Meeting," New York Times, 19 November 1921.
  7. "Elected to Academy; Brand Whitlock and Hamlin Garland in Arts and Letters," New York Times,12 Ianuarii 1918.
  8. "Dr. Griffis, Friend of Japan, Dies; Educator Who Helped Japanese Adapt Themselves to Western Civilization," New York Times, 6 Februarii 1928.
  9. Stanley Wertheim, A Stephen Crane Encyclopedia (Greenwood Press, 1997), 155 [1].
  10. "Huntington Gives Site for Academy; Men of Arts and Letters to Erect Building Near Riverside Drive and 155th St. Next to Hispanic Museum; National Institute and American Academy Accept Offer of Eight City Lots for Site," New York Times, 25 Ianuarii 1915.
  11. "Academicians Meet Here This Week; Members of Institute Will Join Them in Sessions at the Ritz-Carlton," New York Times, 12 Novembris 1916.
  12. H. Paul Caemmerer, "Charles Moore and the Plan of Washington," Records of the Columbia Historical Society 46/47 (1944/1945): 237–258, 254.
  13. "Joseph Pennell, Noted Artist, Dead; Won High Honors as Etcher and Illustrator – Later Taught Art and Wrote Books," New York Times, 24 Aprilis 1926.
  14. "Academy Elects Gay and Lippman; Artist and Journalist Named to Vacancies Left by Deaths of Platt and Shorey," New York Times, 9 Novembris 1934.
  15. "Would Encourage Study of Classics; Academy of Arts and Letters Suggests Courses for Schools and Colleges; Sees Aid to Civilization; Resolution Says Opposite Policy Would Lower the Culture of the American People," New York Times, 16 Decembris 1918.
  16. "Streep would like to thank the (arts) academy," "DesMoines Register," 12 Aprilis 2010.
  17. "Mr. Lorado Taft Dies; Leading Sculptor; Creator of Some of Country's Outstanding Monuments is Stricken at 76; Was Teacher in Chicago; Fountain of Time and Columbus Memorial in Washington Among Chief Works," New York Times, 31 Octobris 1936.
  18. "American Academy of Arts and Letters - Deceased Members". .
  19. "American Academy of Arts and Letters - Deceased Members". .

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