Robert A. Lloyd Papers, 1956-2003

Robert A. Lloyd papers, 1956-2003 (bulk: 1980-1997)

COLLECTION SUMMARY

Creator: Robert A. Lloyd

Robert A. Lloyd, 1973

Robert A. Lloyd, 1973

Extent: 55 manuscript boxes; 3 record center cartons; assorted oversize material; 24.25 cubic feet

Preferred Citation: Folder Title, Box #, Robert A. Lloyd Papers. Phillips Academy Archives and Special Collections.

About this Finding Aid: Based on Describing Archives: A Content Standard (DACS).

Processed by: A. Britton, August 2016. Funding for processing was generously provided by Robert A. Lloyd.

Subject Headings:
Art–Study and teaching–Massachusetts
Arts-Study and teaching-United States-Evaluation
Architecture–Study and teaching (Secondary)–Massachusetts
Architectural design–Study and teaching–Massachusetts
Phillips Academy

Scope and Content:
The papers document Robert Lloyd’s professional life primarily as an Art teacher at Phillips Academy Andover and secondarily as a member of the wider profession of art education in New England and the United States and lastly as an architectural designer. Included are materials related to courses Lloyd taught; Phillips Academy committees; nonacademic campus activities such as student groups and housing matters; continuing professional education; regional and national professional service; published and unpublished writing; exhibitions; and privately commissioned design projects. Lloyd created the files in the natural course of his work as a classroom teacher, Art Department administrator, writer, and participant in professional groups beyond campus. Examples of writing and artwork by students are also present. Significant topics represented in these files include art instruction, art education standards and evaluation, academic administration, and campus design. Materials are generally textual and often illustrated, comprising classroom handouts, administrative documents, correspondence, notes, memoranda, clippings, and related printed matter. Visual formats include sketches, photographs, slides, plans, artwork on paper, video, film. Some audio recordings and one item of realia are also present.

This collection is arranged into four series:
Sub-series-A: Courses (1963-1997)
Sub-series B: Administrivia (1962-1996)
Sub-series C: Other (ca.1962-1997)

Series 2: Professional activities (1958-2003)

Series 3: Writings (1956-1997)

Series 4: Design work (ca.1963-1997)

Arrangement

Most of the material resides in folders arranged alphabetically by series in boxes. Audiovisual and oversize materials are grouped in separate boxes.

SERIES DESCRIPTION:

Series 1: Phillips Academy (1962-1997). This series is comprised of three sub-series: Courses, Administrivia, and Other. The first, Courses, includes materials created and accumulated by Lloyd as an instructor of art, design, and architecture. It contains syllabi, assignments, quizzes, and other classroom handouts as well as examples of completed student assignments in a variety of visual, sonic, and textual media: paper, video, audio, and electronic. It also contains unevaluated results of an experimental written test administered by Lloyd to 1974-1975 Visual Studies students in order to explore the effectiveness of measuring learning in visual art.
The second sub-series, Administrivia, documents Lloyd’s participation in and leadership of the Art Department (1973-1981). It also contains records of campus committees and projects. Formats include notes, correspondence, memoranda, reports, sketches, and architectural plans. The third sub-series, Other, documents his involvement in a variety of matters related to life on campus such as student theatrical productions, student boarders, and personal family matters.

Series 2: Professional activities (1958-2003). This series contains records of Lloyd’s service as a secondary school art educator vis a vis regional and national organizations such as the National Association of Independent Schools, National Board for Professional Teaching Standards, Council of Chief State School Officers, National Art Education Association, and Independent School Association of Massachusetts. It also documents Lloyd’s participation in continuing education workshops and programs such as his yearlong 1981-1982 Klingenstein Fellowship for private school teachers at Columbia University. At Columbia he took classes taught by Lawrence Cremin, Daniel Dunham, Maxine Greene, Paul King, Philip Phenix, and Jonas Soltis; his Fellowship cohort included Christopher Babbs, Elizabeth Bailey, Patricia Bayliss, Brigitte Bentele, Bruce Boxton, Kenneth Diamond, Jim Hejduk, Wendy Kittridge, Rodney LaBrecque, Jane Mallison, Heidi Schneider, and Jay Stroud.

Series 3: Writings (1956-1997). This series contains drafts of published and unpublished articles, books, and speeches. Lloyd wrote about topics such as the methods and value of visual education; perception and communication; and architecture.

Series 4: Design work (ca.1963-1997). This series contains correspondence, sketches, and ephemera related to Lloyd’s paid and volunteer design projects.

Biographical Note

Robert Andrew Lloyd (born in Boston on March 10, 1934) is a Harvard University-trained architect and designer who, prior to retirement in 1997, worked as a secondary school educator. He taught art and design at Phillips Academy in Andover, Massachusetts, 1962-1997; students included future theatre director Peter Sellars, class of 1975. Lloyd married educator Susan Margaret McIntosh in 1956 and has three children: Benjamin (class of 1977), Seth (class of 1978), and Thomas (class of 1979).

Lloyd graduated from Phillips Exeter Academy in 1952 and from Harvard College in 1956. He earned a master’s degree in architecture from the Harvard Graduate School of Design in 1959 and apprenticed with furniture designer and former Black Mountain College faculty member Mary “Molly” Gregory from 1959 until 1962. In 1962 he began teaching at Phillips Academy.

At Phillips Academy, Lloyd taught several studio courses including advanced level Architecture (Art 39, Art 310), Contemporary Communications (Art 43, Art 311), Advanced Placement in Studio Art (Art 315), intermediate level Three-Dimensional Design (Art 24), and introductory diploma requirement Visual Studies (Art 10, Art 11, Art 15). The innovative Visual Studies course was introduced in the 1950s to explore ways in which visual experience of the real world translates into two- and three-dimensional imagery and representation. Contemporary Communications began in 1967 and examined commonalities of communication among various cultural genres including visual arts.

Lloyd ran the Visual Studies Institute for Teachers (established in 1962), an intensive, 1-2 week residential program “for teachers, with teachers, by teachers” held each summer at Phillips Academy. Pratt Institute in New York co-sponsored the course.   Instructors included Lloyd, Mary McCarthy, Gerry Shertzer, and Stephen Wicks, all Phillips Academy faculty, as well as David Saul and Amy Brook Snider.

Lloyd also taught art for the Short Term Institutes at Andover and for the “summer program” for Phillips Academy personnel.

He was chair of the Art Department, 1973-1981. During his career faculty colleagues included Elizabeth Ahern, Carl Baden, Audrey Bensley, Gordon “Diz” Bensely, Sally Bloodgood, Chris Cook, David Hanson, Bart Hayes, Aloysius Hobausz, Mary McCarthy, John McMurray, Virginia Powell, Ruth Quattlebaum, Jim Sheldon, Gerry Shertzer, Don Snyder, Elaine Rabinowitz, Shirley Veenema, and Stephen Wicks. Lloyd also served on campus committees related to building and campus design; designed and built theatre sets for student productions; and participated in exhibitions as an organizer and exhibitor at the Addison Gallery of American Art and elsewhere on campus.

In 1973 Dodd, Mead & Co. published Lloyd’s book Images of Survival, which considers aspects of perception and communication. In 1981-1982 he was a Klingenstein Fellow for training of independent school leaders at Columbia University Teacher’s College in New York City. Lloyd held memberships in several professional organizations including the American Association of Craftsmen, Art Association of New England Preparatory Schools, Independent Schools Art Instructors Association, and National Art Education Association. He was among the first U.S. high school art teachers to receive certification from the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards.

Note: An oral history interview was conducted with Robert Lloyd in September 2016. Researchers interested in the interview should contact the archivist.

Bibliography of work by and about Lloyd is available.

Conditions Governing Access: Collection is open for access. The files documenting the 1974-1975 Visual Studies Test in Boxes 17-20 are restricted.

Conditions Governing Reproduction and Use

Copyright restrictions may apply. Requests for permission to publish material from this collection should be discussed with the Archivist.

Languages and Scripts: The material is in English.

Accruals: Further accruals are possible.

Appraisal, Destruction and Scheduling

The following items have been removed from the collection:

Duplicate copies of publications by Lloyd.
Published material accessible elsewhere. List of approximately 30 titles available in Box 58.
Copies of student evaluations and grades (destroyed).
Personal financial information (destroyed).
Material created by Lloyd’s wife Susan Margaret McIntosh Lloyd (2 record center cartons).

Related Materials:

Susan M. Lloyd papers, Phillips Academy Archives and Special Collections.

Art Department records, Phillips Academy Archives and Special Collections.

Art Department, Box 4, Theodore R. Sizer records, 1972-1981, Phillips Academy Archives and Special Collections.

Lloyd, Susan and Robert, Vertical Subject Files, Phillips Academy Archives and Special Collections.

Visual Studies, Vertical Subject Files, Phillips Academy Archives and Special Collections.

Visual Studies Institute, Vertical Subject Files, Phillips Academy Archives and Special Collections.

Processing Information:

The materials were received by the Archives in the spring of 2015 in boxes containing folders organized roughly by function in somewhat chronological order. According to Lloyd: “I kept folders that were sorted by functions current at the time. If a folder seemed to get too full I created…subcategories, each with a folder. For example…I might start with a folder labeled Art Department, but then subcategories might be created: staff, student show, Dept meetings, grading, diploma requirement, courses, enrollments, etc….As for chronology, within folders I put later docs in front. I put most recent folders in the front of the drawer. I’m afraid that in packing the boxes, some (or much) this structure may have been lost.”

During processing in summer of 2016, original folder labels were retained. The processor arranged the files according to Lloyd’s several functional roles as teacher, administrator, professional educator, writer, and designer. Materials were examined at the folder level. Audiovisual materials were not examined except to record minimal label information; it is assumed that most of the video and audio recordings were created by Lloyd’s students.

DETAILED CONTAINER LIST

Folder List: Sub-series A: Courses (1963-1997)

Box                 Folder Title                                                          Dates

20th Century Concepts
1       General ca. 1964-1966
1       Guy D. Hughes 1964
1       Detailed Schedule  (2 folders) 1966
1 3D (7 folders) 1977-1992
1 Abbot Academy Laundry 1995
2 Add [includes Visual Studies Institute correspondence; Phillips Exeter class of 1952 reunion list, 1987; etc.] 1986-1987
2 Address Lists (4 folders) 1984-1990
2 AP 1988-1989
2 Architecture (6 folders) 1972-1975
3 Architecture (15 folders) 1976-1989
4 Architecture (16 folders) 1990-1996
5 Architecture (2 folders) 1996-1997
5 Art 10 (8 folders) 1987-1997
5 Art 11 (5 folders) ca.1993-1997
5 Art 15 (4 folders) ca.1994
6 Art 15 (11 folders) 1995-1997
7 Art 16 1988
7 Art 39 1995
7 Contemporary Communication (10 folders) 1965-1973
8 Contemporary Communication (12 folders) 1972-1985
9 Contemporary Communication (8 folders) 1986-1995
9 Change 1988
9 Contemporary Literature, etc. [20th Century Concepts] 1965-1967
9 Course Descriptions (copy of memo to student Peter Sellars about “puppet course” with Lloyd) 1974-1975
9 Course Planning (2 folders) 1971-1972, 1988-1989
9 Course Stencils n.d.
10 Course Stencils n.d.
10 Doug Thompson (Architecture Winter Term Project; includes assignment, readings) 1988
10 English 5 Contemporary Communication 1968-1969
10 Evaluations [evaluation of Lloyd by students] (2 folders) 1987-1990
10 Final Sign Up (summer program) 1996
10 Function 1978
10 John Neil Project (independent student project) 1991
10 Letters from Students 1966-1969
10 Mailing Lists (3 folders) 1977-1988
10 Miscellaneous  (includes slides; glossary; etc.) 1994
11 Sample Tests n.d.
11 Saturday Possibilities (includes tile exercise) n.d.
11 SimCity (2 folders) ca.1996
11 Short Term Institute (14 folders) ca.1963-1983
12 Short Term Institute (10 folders) 1982-1987
12 Stripe Question n.d.
12 Student Evaluations Various [evaluations of Lloyd as teacher] 1988-89
12 Studio Art n.d.
12 Summer Course 1966
12 Summer Program, Art Department (6 folders) 1983-1996
13 Summer Program, Art Department (6 folders) 1995-1996
13 Various Quizzes n.d.
13 Various Xerox Masters. Visual Studies Institute, 3D Design 1983
13 Visual Studies (5 folders) ca.1974-1993
13 Visual Studies Institute (9 folders) ca.1982-1985
14 Visual Studies Institute (11 folders) ca.1977-1989
15 Visual Studies Institute (13 folders) 1989-1991
16 Visual Studies Institute (9 folders) 1988-1992
17 Visual Studies Institute (2 folders) 1993
17 Visual Studies Test (4 folders) ca.1974
18 Visual Studies Test (7 folders) 1974-1975
19 Visual Studies Test (5 folders) 1975
20 Visual Studies Test (3 folders) 1975
20 Will Casella Project, (independent student project) 1996


Audiovisual Material: Series 1: Phillips Academy. Sub-series-A: Courses

Box Folder Title Date
50 Art 16, 1989 [VHS videocassette] 1989
50 CC #1, Spring 84; Luisa Baldeschi [Contemporary Communication] [VHS videocassette] 1984
50 CC #2, 91; Rizzoto (at 0 minutes); Frank (at 60 minutes) [Contemporary Communication] [VHS videocassette] 1991
50 CC 1987 [Contemporary Communication] [VHS videocassette] 1987
50 CC 91, All Films; The Search 2-28; Initial Shock [Contemporary Communication] [VHS videocassette] 1991
50 CC 91, First In-Camera Edits (W[inter], Short) [Contemporary Communication] [VHS videocassette] 1991
50 CC 91; Hair College [Contemporary Communication] [VHS videocassette] 1991
50 CC Spring 1986, #4, Shooting 430 Sunday [Contemporary Communication] [VHS videocassette] 1986
50 CC Spring 86, Final Edit; The Voyeur, 30 min+ [Contemporary Communication] [VHS videocassette] 1986
50 CC Spring 86, Team #2 [Contemporary Communication] [VHS videocassette] 1986
50 Moral Distortion; 1991: Newton, Raphael, Tulgan, and Dawson [VHS videocassette] 1991
50 STI 91 [Short Term Institute] [VHS videocassette] 1991
50 STI Videocassette, Tara and Marsha; Unedited; 1/87 [Short Term Institute] [VHS videocassette] 1987
50 VSI 1986: Egg Drop [Visual Studies Institute] [VHS videocassette] 1986
51 1/11/96, 22:min; Art 10; 1/16/96, 29 min; 1/18/96 [VHS videocassette] 1996
51 8:55, 2/1/96 [VHS videocassette] 1996
51 Art 10, 1/9/96, Bob/Jim [VHS videocassette] 1996
51 Art 10, Jim 2/26; 3/1/96: Last One [VHS videocassette] 1996
51 Art 15, 1/17; 1/19 [VHS videocassette] n.d.
51 Art 15, 1/9/96; 1/16/96 [VHS videocassette] 1996
51 Art 15, Steve 2/21 [VHS videocassette] n.d.
51 Back Machine, from Back Technologies; 1992; Everett WA 98204 [VHS videocassette] 1992
51 Black; Shell; Josh, Caroline, Juan; Final [VHS videocassette] n.d.
51 CC 1995; SVHS; 6:50: Man on Table, Hannah; 8:10: F[illegible]’s Academia; The Movie [Contemporary Communication] [VHS videocassette] 1995
51 Frames, 17 min. [VHS videocassette] n.d.
51 Mark, Jeff and Mike; Art 15, Mr. Lloyd; Negative Feedback [VHS videocassette] n.d.
52 [Unlabelled] [VHS videocassette] n.d.
52 Final (Stet) [VHS videocassette] n.d.
52 Lloyd, 1st Take [VHS videocassette] n.d.
52 Miscellaneous Computer Film + CC (Rough Footage Voyeur) [Contemporary Communication; work related to Voyeur by Robbe-Grillet] [VHS videocassette] n.d.
52 Moral Distortion: Source Tape [VHS videocassette] n.d.
52 Stalemate, Directed by Alex Rubin, with: Kinn-Chan and Mike Meiners [VHS videocassette] n.d.
52 Steve, 2/6; 2/15 [VHS videocassette] n.d.
52 VSI Egg Drop [Visual Studies Institute assignment for design students to make a paper structure to deliver a raw egg from one point to another] [VHS videocassette] n.d.
53 CC 85 Takes Wise; 1-20 [Contemporary Communication] [VHS videocassette] 1985
53 CC Spring 84, Final Edits [Contemporary Communication] [VHS videocassette] 1984
53 VSI 1985, 1986; STI Project #1, Final Edits [Visual Studies Institute; Short Term Institute] [VHS videocassette] 1985-1986
54 [Unlabelled black audio cassette tape] [Compact Cassette audio tape] n.d.
54 A: Final Tape: Helen, 6 min. (00); Sexual Revolution, 3-4 min (142); B: Hare Krishna, 20+ min (00); Beth Flynn, Courtenay Carmody, Tracey Noble, Diana Powers [Compact Cassette audio tape] n.d.
54 Barbara Cutter [Compact Cassette audio tape] n.d.
54 Betsy Leavitt, Matt Donahue, Jenni Tessier [Compact Cassette audio tape] n.d.
54 C.C. Reische/Carruthers [Contemporary Communication] [Compact Cassette audio tape] n.d.
54 C.C.; John Trauas; Sports Update [Contemporary Communication] [Compact Cassette audio tape] n.d.
54 CC Spring 1983 [Contemporary Communication] [Compact Cassette audio tape] (9 tapes) 1983
54 CC Tape: Pawelowski/Higgins; Satirical Commercials: Side A [Contemporary Communication] [Compact Cassette audio tape] n.d.
54 Chris Neville 2 [Compact Cassette audio tape] n.d.
54 Chris Neville [Compact Cassette audio tape] n.d.
54 Custodian Interview; Matt Bergeron, Ralph Petrosino [Contemporary Communication?] [Compact Cassette audio tape] n.d.
54 Doug Crabtree [Compact Cassette audio tape] n.d.
54 Doug Hale [Compact Cassette audio tape] n.d.
54 Driscoll, Wood[illegible] [Compact Cassette audio tape] n.d.
54 Ed #1 Quatt[illegible] [Compact Cassette audio tape] n.d.
54 FAP 1 [Fred A. Peterson] [Compact Cassette audio tape] n.d.
54 Flynn, Carmody; Noble, Powers [Contemporary Communication] [Compact Cassette audio tape] n.d.
54 Howard Blumenthal, David Durkee, David Graeber; Contemporary Communications; 6 Bicentennial Radio Ads [Compact Cassette audio tape] n.d.
54 Interviews: Abbot [illegible] [Compact Cassette audio tape] n.d.
54 Janine, Melinda, Michael [Compact Cassette audio tape] n.d.
54 Jay Sarton [Compact Cassette audio tape] n.d.
54 John Clunan [Compact Cassette audio tape] n.d.
54 Krohn [Compact Cassette audio tape] n.d.
54 Man-on-the-Street, Bob Zech, Tom Bachman, Final Version [Compact Cassette audio tape] ca. 1970s
54 Mozart: Sinfonia Concertante; Enriquez: Sonatina [Compact Cassette audio tape] n.d.
54 Nathanael Crowell, Lisa Foster, Miry Park [Compact Cassette audio tape] n.d.
54 Options Good Teaching [Compact Cassette audio tape] n.d.
54 Powell 1 [Compact Cassette audio tape] n.d.
54 Quattelbaum II [Compact Cassette audio tape] n.d.
54 Rick [illegible] [Compact Cassette audio tape] n.d.
54 Sam Shinn, By Myself; Beginning; Nature Walk (Final Copy) [Compact Cassette audio tape] n.d.
54 STI, Group I, 1/16/81 [Short Term Institute] [Compact Cassette audio tape] 1981
54 STI, Group II, 1/16/81 [Short Term Institute] [Compact Cassette audio tape] 1981
54 Tamar Gendler / Sheri Caplan; Contemporary Communications [Compact Cassette audio tape] n.d.
54 Teacher’s 1 [Compact Cassette audio tape] n.d.
54 Whitney Spaulding; Interview w/ Kevin Heelan [Contemporary Communication?] [Compact Cassette audio tape] n.d.
54 Wrong Side, J. Caulkins; Clash Profile [Compact Cassette audio tape] n.d.
55 20th Century Concepts; Leonin (12th c.); Viderunt Omnes; Organum Duplum [5-inch reel of magnetic recording tape] (2 reels) n.d.
55 Bach, 3rd Suite C Major Prelude;…[illegible] (Tom) [5-inch reel of magnetic recording tape] 1980
55 C.C. Tape; PA Switchboard 1980 [Contemporary Communication] [5-inch reel of magnetic recording tape] 1980
55 I Died as I Was Laid! Eric and Lisa!!! / Buckley Anderson [5-inch reel of magnetic recording tape] n.d.
55 Mark Allen; Composition for Sax [5-inch reel of magnetic recording tape] n.d.
55 Steven Kane; John Furse; Andover Film 2/23/77 [5-inch reel of magnetic recording tape] 1977
55 Steven Kane; John Furse; R and G Are Dead! [5-inch reel of magnetic recording tape] n.d.
55 STI 1985; Movies [Short Term Institute] [reel of super-8 film] 1985
55 Tom [illegible]; Tema Con Variazioni [5-inch reel of magnetic recording tape] 1980
55 Tom Laverack: 1980; Emmet Williams: Do You Remember, 1966 [5-inch reel of magnetic recording tape] 1966-1980
55 Tom: Architecture Tape, 1980 [5-inch reel of magnetic recording tape] 1980
55 Tom; Date? [5-inch reel of magnetic recording tape] n.d.
56 [3 unboxed 7-inch reels of magnetic recording tape]
56 [6 unboxed 5-inch reels of magnetic recording tape]
56 [9 boxes of 7-inch reels of magnetic recording tape]
57 1/22, 1/24, 1/29, 15 [Winter 1990s, SimCity, Architecture, Art Room 111, Rube Goldberg Machine ideas] [VHS videocassette] 199[?]
57 15 Min. Introductory Segment, 98 min, Performance Documentation c 1993 [VHS videocassette] 1993
57 1997 3D Show [VHS videocassette] 1997
57 [Illegible] & [Illegible] Neg FB 3 Neg. Feedback [VHS videocassette] [ca. 1980s-1990s]
57 [Illegible], [Illegible], [Illegible] #1 Final [VHS videocassette] [ca. 1980s-1990s]
57 A Media Work by; Diptee Rahman, Loris Ognibene, Ben Hong, Tim Dallet [VHS videocassette] [ca. 1980s-1990s]
57 An All-Participants Day Video Teleconference. The Getty Center for Education in the Arts, 1 hr 52 min [VHS videocassette] 1994
57 Art 15 Compilation RA Lloyd Fall 1996 Run Time is 10 Minutes[VHS videocassette] 1996
57 Art 15 Equilibrium Spring 1996 [VHS videocassette] 1996
57 Art 15 Feb 1995 Lloyd 22 Mins. [VHS videocassette] [VHS videocassette] 1995
57 Art 15 Final Copy Kevin, Dave, Rob [VHS videocassette] [ca. 1980s-1990s]
57 Art 15 Nicole, Nick, Naveen + Heather Mr. Lloyd NFB Edited! Final [VHS videocassette] [ca. 1980s-1990s]
57 Art 15 Spring 1994 Equilibrium [VHS videocassette] 1994
57 Art 15 Spring 1997 Compilation Tape [VHS videocassette] 1997
57 Art 15 Winter 1996 Sllab [VHS videocassette] 1996
57 Art 15: Lloyd Winter 1997 26 Minutes Start at 20 sec. [Mailbox: Impossible, Do Not Enter, The Quarreling Roommate, Not Just Bad Negative, Rejected, The Flow of Commons, Booby Feels the Flow, Andrew Cotton, Jonathin Hoffman, Justin Voccola, Grancis Santana, Hillary Dresser, Eugene Cho, Anthony Dzaba, Eliot Freidlander, Teddy Dunn, Alex Rampell, Peter Salisburg, Pam Henderson, Matt Leah, Elanor F. Williams, Sara Smith, Nathaniel Fowler, Collis Klarberg, Carl Dietz, Roger Kimball, Andrew Cline, Claire Coffes, Brendan Hilley, Victoria Taylor] [VHS videocassette] 1997
57 Art 15: Spring 1995 [VHS videocassette] 1995
57 Art Education in Action [VHS videocassette] ca. 1980s-1990s
57 CC 1986 Group 5 sh[illegible] [Contemporary Communication] [VHS videocassette] 1986
57 Destination: Trey, Alice, Jon [VHS videocassette] ca. 1980s-1990s
57 Exposures: Student Work on Student Life [VHS videocassette] 1993
57 Final Copy: Hunter, Gotle, Keera [VHS videocassette] ca. 1980s-1990s
57 Final E. Espin, C. Falcone, J. Billy Shell [VHS videocassette] ca. 1980s-1990s
57 Flow: Erica, Kelly. Eric, Dan Final [VHS videocassette] ca. 1980s-1990s
57 Flow: Wess, Anne and Melanie Final [VHS videocassette] ca. 1980s-1990s
57 Jason[?] and [Illegible] Quarantine 2 Quarantine [VHS videocassette] ca. 1980s-1990s
57 Jeremy, Willmot, David Mr. Lloyd Art 15 Quarantine Final [VHS videocassette] ca. 1980s-1990s]
57 John[?] & [Illegible] Flow 4 Flow [VHS videocassette] [ca. 1980s-1990s
57 Kate & B[ryan?] Shell Gonzales, Lopez, 1. Imp[enetrable?]shell Sound [depicts duck pond, soup can video, Art Room 222, Johnson North Common Room, Students playing in the snow] [VHS videocassette] 199[?]
57 Kevin, Ben, Scott CC Rough [Contemporary Communication] [VHS videocassette] ca. 1980s-1990s
57 Land IN Trust Conservation Options for Private Landowners Presented by: Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests The Trustees of Reservations Vermont Land Trust. Weisman Video Productions, Newton, MA, 18 minutes [VHS videocassette] 1989
57 N[illegible] F[illeglible] Final Mary, [illegible], Ashley [VHS videocassette] ca. 1980s-1990s
57 Office Copy Running Time 22 Min. Return to Southern Poverty Law Center 400 Washington Avenue Montgomery, Al 36104 [VHS videocassette] [ca. 1980s-1990s]
57 Short Term Institute [VHS videocassette] 1990?
57 The Continuous Present [VHS videocassette] [ca. 1980s-1990s]
58 [Slides with typed itemized lists] (3 boxes) n.d.
58 Art 15, SimCity [paper bag contains 1 unopened box of “SimCity Classic” for Macintosh ca.1993 software program, and 55 3.5-inch floppy diskettes in 4 boxes labelled “student cities”] 1990-1997


Oversize Material: Series 1: Phillips Academy. Sub-series-A: Courses

Box Folder Title Date
59 [Student notes from Lloyd and Shertzer class] n.d.
59 Art 10: Line Sets [drawings by Lloyd] n.d.
59 Graves Project Plan [student design for wall built near Graves Building] [ca. 1980s]
59 Poster for student exhibit 1992
Oversize Camouflage [20 matted artworks on paper] n.d.
Oversize Grey Drawing [6 matted artworks on paper] n.d.
Oversize Line Sets [22 matted artworks on paper] n.d.
Oversize Stripes [26 matted artworks on paper] n.d.
Oversize Tiles I [18 matted artworks on paper] n.d.
Oversize Tiles II [22 matted artworks on paper] n.d.
Oversize Transparencies [13 matted artworks on paper] n.d.
Rolled Oversize [Drawings in ink on translucent paper, 36 x 42 inches] (approx. 6 sheets) n.d.
Rolled Oversize Abbot Laundry Architecture Student Drawings. We Saved the Building [Student drawings in pencil on translucent paper, approx. 17 x 22 inches] (36 sheets) [1995]
Rolled Oversize Bus Stop Shelter (Abort) [Architecture Class, Student Plans for Bus Shelter, Phillips Academy, 4/30/79; drawings in pencil on translucent paper, and duplicate copies; approx. 20 x 26 inches] (approx. 23 sheets) 1979

Folder List: Sub-series B: Administrivia (1962-1996)

 

Box Folder Title Date
20 Abbot [publications: Abbot Academy Site Study; Abbot Academy Reuse Feasibility Study] 1986
20 Abbot Academy Association Grant (2 folders) 1978-1983
20 Abbot Academy Campus Project 1988 1988
20 Abbot Hall [Window Renovations] 1995
20 Abbot Hall; Art Program 1991
21 Arts and Communication Center (3 folders) 1992-1994
21 Andover Development Board 1993
21 Administrivia 1963-1975
21 AE Program [includes Study of Space Renovation Program, Arts and Communication Building, 1991] 1991-1992
21 Alumni Council Debate (curriculum) 1988
21 Advanced Placement (AP) Correspondence 1970
21 Architects 1992
21 Architecture: Cancellation 1991
21 Architecture: Report 1991
21 Art Department (8 folders) 1982-1995
22 Art Department 1995-1996
22 Art Department: Changes (6 folders) 1970-1990
22 Art Department: Table n.d.
22 Arts Building Renovation [Study for Art Department Space; etc] 1992-1993
22 Arts Report; Accreditation 1988-1989
22 Bachman Flap 1993
22 Basic Propaganda 1977-1979
22 Beautification (3 folders) 1992-1995
23 Benefits Committee (2 folders) 1988-1989
23 Bob Lloyd [includes correspondence about Art Department] 1972-1997
23 Building Project (2 folders) 1991
23 Campus Committee 1992
23 Campus Lighting 1990
23 Careys MS. n.d.
23 Campus Design Review Committee 1994
23 Cobb Correspondence (David Cobb) 1990
23 College Presentation 1990-1991
23 Correspondence 1991
23 Current Mailing List 3D 1995
24 Curriculum 1986-1987
23 Curriculum (2 folders) 1987-1989
23 Curriculum Proposal 1987-1988
23 Data 1962-1991
24 Department Outlines 1992-1993
24 Enrollments 1979-1981
24 Evans Hall (4 folders) 1995-1996
24 Faculty Housing Committee n.d.
25 Faculty Writing [assignment to write about image] 1991
25 File/ Letter for Susan 1978-1982
25 Foxcroft Hall Project (plans, sketches, notes, memoranda) 1974
25 Funds 1992
25 George Washington Hall (2 folders) 1983-1988
25 Historical File 1962-1991
25 Independence Foundation (3 folders) 1985-1989
26 Individual Efforts 1990-1991
26 John McMurray’s Guys 1993-1994
26 Letter of Appreciation 1991
26 Lighting Committee (2 folders) 1993-1994
26 Main Street 1995
26 New Classroom n.d.
26 Official Communications (2 folders) 1996
26 Papers  1996
26 Parking Project 1989
26 Playground 1991
26 Presentation 1990
27 Preservation Charter, Phillips Academy[Conservation Charter] (2 folders) 1991-1994
27 Program Descriptions 1991
27 Proposal 1990
27 Athletic Evaluation of Lloyd (includes Phillips Academy Evaluation Handbook) 1991-1996
27 RENPRO3 Draft 1992-1993
27 Schedule/Staffing 1993-1994
27 School Memos: Miscellaneous 1988-1989
27 School Visits n.d.
27 Steering Committee, Phillips Academy [includes Report, September 1996] (3 folders) 1995-1996
27 Study of Selected Issues on Building Evolution, Paints, and Wallpaper 1994
27 Table on PA 1979-1982
28 To Be Filed; Action [includes correspondence with Headmaster Ted Sizer] 1992
28 Various Charts, Buildings [includes summaries of Arts course enrollments, etc.] 1991-1993
28 Video Editing ([Illegible]) 1994

Audiovisual Material: Series 1: Phillips Academy. Sub-series-B: Administrivia

Box Folder Title Date
54 Art Department: Meeting 2/15/81 [Compact Cassette audio tape] 1981


Oversize Material: Series 1: Phillips Academy. Sub-series-B: Administrivia

Box Folder Title Date
Rolled Oversize Plan for Unidentified Building, 34 x 29 inches n.d.
Rolled Oversize Art Sign on AEC Center with Gary R[illegible] [Photocopy of drawing, 18 x 24 inches] ca.1994
Rolled Oversize Grading Plan for Main Campus, Phillips Academy, 1933 by Olmsted Brothers (43 x 59 inches) 1933
Rolled Oversize Plans for Phillips Academy Arts and Communication Center [28 x 39 inches] (6 sheets, stapled along one edge) 1994

Folder List: Sub-series C: Other (ca.1962-1997)

32General1969-1973

Box Folder Title Date
28 Abbot Academy Association Project 1980
28 Abbot Academy Campus 1984
28 Abbot Academy (2 sheets on) n.d.
28 Addison Gallery: By Design (5 folders) 1996-1997
29 Andover Evening Study Program Course; January Talk 1974-1975
29 Andover Bulletin, Summer 1988 (includes photographs) 1989
29 Bazaar 1978
29 Ben’s Russian Trip 1990
29 Bradley Arts Festival (Art Association of the New England Preparatory Schools) (7 folders) 1973-1986
29 CAD 1994
29 Design Review (4 folders) 1990-1993
30 Design Review (5 folders) 1993-1997
31 Dulcimers [related to construction of musical instruments by Lloyd and student C. Demsky] 1966-1971
31 Film (related to Lloyd’s short film “Out of the Ground” made as student in course taught by Jim Sheldon) 1985
31 Furniture: Hours Spent 1964-1966
31 Kenan (4 folders) 1983-1994
31 Li Xiao- Xia 1988
31 Photographs, 1973 1973
31 Pinwheel [art assignments by Virginia Powell] [title supplied by cataloger] n.d.
31 Printed Matter (exhibit announcements; Film From Every Quarter program, 1993; Addison Journal 1986; etc.) 1986-1993
31 Russian Trip (International Society for Education through Art; Citizen Exchange Corps) 1975
31 Spatial Ability 1983-1984
31 Sue’s 60th (includes publication Mankind: Emergence to Dominance by Christensen, 1990) 1995
31 Summer Tenants, Andover 1995
31 Summer Theater Program (course for faculty) 1980
Theatre
32      Anything Goes (includes play script; sketches; notes) 1976
32      Cabaret 1977
32      Charleys Aunt 1974
32      Crucible, etc. 1978
32      General 1969-1973
32      Guys and Dolls 1979
32      Man for All Seasons 1968
32      Pajama Game 1984
32      Stravinsky (related to student production directed by Peter Sellars with sets by Lloyd; performers included Sandy Isham; includes list of student names; 2 different published versions of L’Histoire du Soldat musical score by Stravinsky, International Music Co.; photocopies of scores; etc.) (2 folders) ca. 1974
32      Tempest (includes list of student names, set design sketches,  etc.) 1974
32      West Side Story 1983
32 WGBH Show (proposed exhibit for Addison Gallery) ca. 1962-1968
32 Woodworking (includes Woodcraft catalog) 1993


Audiovisual Material: Series 1: Phillips Academy. Sub-series-C: Other

Box Folder Title Date
54 Soldiers Tale [Compact Cassette audio tape] n.d.

Oversize Material: Series 1: Phillips Academy. Sub-series-C: Other

Box Folder Title Date
59 Ben Batchelder photographs (Lloyd bought 2 photographs from Ben Batchelder, class of 1978, for his personal collection) ca. 1978
59 Christopher Thorpe photograph (Lloyd bought photograph from Thorpe, class of 1975; died in 2012) ca. 1975

Folder List: Series 2: Professional activities (1958-2003)

Box Folder Title Date
33 Air Conditioning Safety Conference n.d.
33 Affective Education. Douglas Heath [preprint, School Review v.80, no.3, May 1972] 1972
33 Albuquerque Academy 1987
33 Andover Historical Commission 1986
33 Annenberg [Institute for School Reform] 1994
33 Architecture Enrichment [Bancroft School] 1993
33 Art Assignments [Westover School, etc.] 1993
33 Art survey (ISAIA: Independent School Art Instructors Association) 1973-1974
33 Bancroft Treasure Hunt n.d.
33 Baylor Visit 1982-1983
33 Buckingham Browne and Nichols School  Workshop 1983
34 Council of Chief State School Officers (4 folders) 1993-1994
34 College Board (2 folders) 1981-1983
35 Conner Paper, 1987. From Winslow Myers, Bancroft School, Worcester, Massachusetts 1992
35 Cultural Assistance Program [includes publication Schools and Cultural Resources, 1983] 1983-1984
35 David Kufferman [Genova Expo 92; etc.] 1992?
35 Deerfield Academy [related to New England Association of Schools and Colleges] 1982
35 Dictionary: Miscellaneous Graphics 1990s
35 Exeter Music Department [Phillips Exeter Academy] 1976-1979
35 Exeter Visiting (includes letter from John Horton of Phillips Exeter Academy art department) 1976
35 George Hanford 1994
35 Guggenheim Fellowship 1975-1981
35 Immigrant 1850 1990
35 Interface 84 [Art Teacher Education/Foundation Program Conference at Maryland Institute, College of Art] 1984
35 Independent School Association of Massachusetts (ISAM) (3 folders) 1984-1985
35 International Visual Literacy Association (IVLA) 1983
36 Katy Paynes and Hartford Project 1994
36 Klingenstein (14 folders) 1974-1984
37 Klingenstein (4 folders) 1981
37 National Art Education Association (NAEA) (2 folders) 1986-1989
37 NAEA, NAEP, etc.[National Art Education Association; National Assessment of Educational Progress] 1994
37 NAEP Fall 93 [National Assessment of Educational Progress] 1993
37 National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS) (4 folders) 1978-1983
38 National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS) (8 folders) 1982-1993
39 National Board for Professional Teaching Standards (NBPTS) (15 folders) ca.1990-1996
40 National Board for Professional Teaching Standards (NBPTS) (2 folders) 1996-1997
40 National Endowment for the Arts 1984
40 Natlional Gallery n.d.
40 Newton Meeting  (related to teachers and the arts) 1978
40 NYC, 75 Letters on File 1975
40 Observing [related to College Board: correspondence, notes, drafts; publication 4 SATs, College Entrance Examination Board, 1980; reprint of Visual Thinking in Education by Rudolf Arnheim (chapter in Potential of Fantasy and Imagination, Brandon House, 1979] 1981-1983
40 Operation Credit [Art Association of the New England Preparatory Schools] 1975
40 Path Wise [Framework Induction Program, Educational Testing Service; Vermont-related memoranda, notes, correspondence; Cognitive Coaching and Vermont National Board Certified Teachers printed material; etc.] 2002-2003
40 Phillips Exeter Bulletin 1973
40 Pratt Accreditation 1984-1985
40 Pratt; Annual Report of Mass Secretary of State 1985-1990
40 Printed Matter: Miscellaneous, 1972-1995 [exhibit announcements; photocopy of Albers’ Interaction of Color] 1972-1995
40 Putney Application (Bob and Sue Lloyd) 1983-1984
40 Putney School 1969
41 Raven. Matrices [Psychological Corporation; Standard Progressive Matrices Sets A, B, C, D and E; etc.] (2 folders) 1958-1965
41 Scientific American Article, 1989 [Amateur Scientist by Jearl Walker] 1989
41 St. Josephs College. AT 101 1993
41 Strandberg, Julie Correspondence [includes printed American Education and the Arts by Carolyn Adams and Julie Adams Strandberg, 1993] 199?
41 Studies in Art Education, 1990 (volume 31) 1990
41 Synectics [Course Text, Cambridge, Massachusetts] 1965
41 VanderWerf letter 1978
41 Visual Info Scientific American [related to Independent School Art Instructors Association; photocopy of “Subjective Contours” by Gaetano Kanizsa; etc] 1976
41 Westminster School, Atlanta, Georgia n.d.
58 Publications: Horst Janssen, Novosibirskaja Oblastnaja Kartinnaja
Galereja; Handcart Handbook by Tresemer
1985


Audiovisual Material: Series 2: Professional activities

Box Folder Title Date
54 NAIS; ISAM; AANEPS [National Association of Independent Schools; Independent School Association of Massachusetts; Art Association of the New England Preparatory Schools] [Compact Cassette audio tape] (7 tapes) 1982-1983
51 Videotaping Teaching and Learning: A Visual Guide; Field Test for National Board Certification, Early Adolescence Through Young Adulthood/ Art; November 1995; 26 min. [VHS videocassette] 1995

Folder List: Series 3: Writings (1956-1997)

Box Folder Title Date
41 Abbot Project 1980
41 Abbot Project Draft #3 1973-1981
41 Andover Bulletin, 1979 (contains article by Lloyd) 1979
42 Architecture Article (3 folders) 1972-1974
42 Art and Curriculum: Bulletin n.d.
42 Artificial, Natural 1976
42 Backtracks Letter 1991
42 Bibliography 1956-1977
42 Brearley Talk 1981-1982
42 Bulletin Article 1983
42 Bulletin Article (about Visual Studies) n.d.
42 Bulletin Article: Environment n.d.
42 By Design, 1997 1997
42 Central New Hampshire: Draft [title supplied by cataloger] 1982?
42 Complementarity, Miscellaneous Topics 1970
42 Current Chores 1980-1982
42 Design for Arts in Education: Article, 1988 [includes published article by Lloyd] 1987-1989
42 Dictionary Project 1988-1989
43 Draft #2 (National Association of Independent Schools?) 1983
43 Drawing for the Schools: a Conference [title supplied by cataloger] 1983
43 Economy 1977
43 Entity, Incident, Place, Etc. 1960s
43 Equilibrium 1980
43 Exercises in Seeing: Introductions n.d.
43 Feedback 1974-1975
43 Figure-Ground Concept, etc. [title supplied by cataloger] n.d.
43 Figure/Ground  n.d.
43 Flavor of a School [title supplied by cataloger] n.d.
43 Governor Dummer Talk 1985
43 Group I, etc. [title supplied by cataloger] n.d.
43 Harvard Talk 1981
43 Hurwitz Article 1983
43 I Ching 1972
43 Illusion of Technique n.d.
43 Images of Survival [book] 1970
44 Images of Survival (8 folders) ca.1964-1982
44 Introduction 1969
44 Job File 1981-82 1981-1982
44 Knowing [related to Andover Review] ca. 1974-1980
44 Manuscript Machinations 1971-1973
44 Mixed Media 1970 [possibly related to Hal Owen?] 1970
44 My Questions, Ideas, Etc. [written during sabbatical] 1970-1971
45 New Computer 1994
45 Notes for Future [written during sabbatical] 1970-1971
45 Notes, Appendices, etc. 1981-1982
45 Originals, Text #1 n.d.
45 Parents Day Talk, Oct 29, 1988 1988
45 Phillipian Article 1975
45 Pomes and Epi-grams [includes letter to astrologer Eric Schroeder] 1969-1971
45 Postulates of the Obvious [title supplied by cataloger] n.d.
45 Project: Current 1983
45 Publications: Miscellaneous 1978-1989
45 Reading Notes 1963
45 Review Fall 1979 1979
45 Rockefeller 1979-1980
45 Scale n.d.
45 School Arts 1980
45 Section I: Line n.d.
45 Section II: Line Systems n.d.
45 Slide Tape Ideas n.d.
45 Slide Tape: Parents Day 1976
45 Text/Draft #2 n.d.
46 Thinking About Building (8 folders) 1982
47 Thinking About Building (7 folders) ca.1981-1990
47 Ufoi, etc. 1968-1969
49 Unfinished Pages 1972
49 Various Talks 1983-1984
49 Why I Teach Article 1991
49 Writing Across the Curriculum 1990-1991
49 Writings: Miscellaneous (2 folders) n.d.

Oversize Material: Series 3: Writings

Box Folder Title Date
59 Nature of Architecture: An Introduction 1964

Folder List: Series 4: Design work (ca.1963-1997)

Box Folder Title Date
49 Arabian School (Islamic private day school in Saudi Arabia; includes sketches in ink; specifications; correspondence; notes; etc.) 1983
49 Correspondence about Furniture 1962-1964
49 Design Drawings 1960s
49 Molly Gregory: Tools 1958
48 Bancroft School: building committee, legal, change orders, specs etc. (9 folders) ca. 1963-1973
49 Gallery Furniture n.d.
49 Groton 1995
49 Moss Exhibits 1988
49 Peterson Project n.d.
49 Photographs of RAL work (2 folders) 1960s
49 Putney School Planning 1984-1985
49 Tyringham House 1987-1988
49 Thomas House 1968
49 Tinmouth Film 1988
49 Trustee Table Documents 1997

Audiovisual Material: Series 4: Design work

Box Folder Title Date
54 Molly Gregory [Compact Cassette audio tape] n.d.


Oversize Material: Series 4: Design work

Box Folder Title Date
59 Moyer Table, Winter 1988 (design for John and Phyllis Moyer of Blue Hill, Maine) 1988
59 Warner, William D.: Correspondence (includes architectural plans for Bancroft School) 1967