Clark Strang Marlor (1922-2020)

Clark Strang Marlor (1922-2020)
American speech educator & art historian ;
Clark S. Marlor ; Clark Marlor ;
[Born November 18, 1922 in Camden, NJ – died July 16, 2020 in Sarasota, FL]

 

FAD record control number: 68289 ;

Record level: Person ;

Record type: Artist ;

 

Clark Strang Marlor (1922-2020) biography:

Birth: November 18, 1922 in Camden, NJ ;
Death: July 16, 2020 in Sarasota, FL ;
Sex: Male ;
Ethnicity: White ; 
Zodiac:
Scorpio ;

Known for: Books on American art history ; speech education ;
Medium: ink & paper ;
Technique: writing ;
Subjects: American art history ;

Areas: Camden, NJ (1922-1941) ; Pittsburgh, PA (1941-1945) ; Pittsburgh, PA (1941-1945) ; Ann Arbor, MI (1945-1946) ; New York, NY (1953-1996) ; Brooklyn, NY ; Stone Harbor, NJ (summers, ca.1950-1980s) ; Avalon, NJ ; Garden City, NY ; Sarasota, FL ;
Region: North East ; South East ; Midwest ;
Lived: Camden, NJ ; Sarasota, FL ;
Father: Alan Felten Marlor (1888-1992) ;
Mother: Laura (Strang) Marlor (1888-1969) ;
Relatives: Elmer Franklin Marlor (1888-1964), brother ; George James Marlor (1890-1970), brother ; Alan Franklin Marlor (?-?), brother ;
Spouse: Warren Kenneth Zerbe (1923-1988), long time boyfriend ;
Children: [none] ;

Training: Carnegie-Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA, BA degree (1941-1945) ; University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, MA degree (1945-1946) ; New York University, New York, NY, Doctor of Education degree (1960-1961) ;
Instructors:
Work: Centennial roster of the Salmagundi Club : since its inception in 1871 to 1972 by Salmagundi Club & Clark Strang Marlor (New York, 1972) ; The Society of Independent Artists by Clark S Marlor (NJ, 1984) ; One hundred years : a centennial celebration of the National Association of Women Artists : October 15-December 31, 1988 by Clark S marlor & … (New York, 1988) ; Clark S. Marlor telephone interview, 11/4/1982 ; Anadarko, old time powwow, 3/1986 (voice recording) by Clark S Marlor (Oklahoma, 1982, 1986) ; The Salons of America : 1922-1936 (CT, 1991) ; A history of the Brooklyn Art Association with an index of exhibitions by Clark S Marlor (New York, 1970) ; Bibliography of speech and allied areas, 1950-1960 by Clark S Marlor (Westport, 1972) ; Eleanor Cunningham Bannister : Brooklyn portrait painter by Clark S Marlor (New York, 1971) ; Paintings by Eleanor Cunningham Bannister : Adelphi in Brooklyn, 1863-1929 : an exhibition celebrating the 75th anniversary of Adelphi University, Apr. 18-June 15, 1971 by Clark S Marlor (New York, 1971) ; John B. Whittaker by Clark S Marlor (New York, 1968) ; Bibliography of speech and allied areas. 1950-1960. by Dorothy I. Mulgrave with Clark S. Marlor (New York, 1962) ; James Hogg by Clark S Marlor (1972) ; Research notes on Brooklyn artists and galleries, including the Ovington Building, 1839-1992 by Clark S Marlor (undated) ; Oswald Jackson : [biographical sketch] by Clark S Marlor (1965) ; Postscript on the Brooklyn Art Association by Clark S Marlor (Brooklyn, 1977) ; Marco A. Tricca by Clark S Marlor (1974) ; Chronology, Oscar Fehrer by Clark S Marlor (1991) ; Preparing plays for oral interpretation : a handbook for college courses in advanced oral interpretation by Clark S Marlor (1962) ; Brooklyn Art School notes by Clark S Marlor (1978-1998) ; History of the Brooklyn Art Association : manuscript, 1970 by Clark S Marlor (1970) ; Brooklyn artists index : 2004 edition by Clark S Marlor (Brooklyn, 2004) ; Records, [19–]-[19–] by Clark S Marlor (1900s) ; [Biographical sketches of American painters] by Clark S Marlor (undated) ; [Rezension von:] Marlor, Clark S.: The Society of independent artists : the Exhibition Record 1917-1944. – Park Ridge, 1984 by Francis M Naumann (1986) ; Henry Orne Rider, artist, engraver, teacher, photographer by Clark S Marlor (1967) ; Readers’ Theatre Bibliography: 1965-69 by Clark S Marlor (1973) ; Letter signed from Norman Rockwell : Stockbridge, Mass., to Mr. Marlor, May 13, 1974 (1974) ; Marlor family of England and America by Clark S Marlor (undated) ; Bibliography of speech and allied areas : 1950-1960 by Clark S Marlor & … (Philadelphia, 1962) ; William Meyerowitz and Gloucester by Clark S Marlor & … (1986) ;
Thomas Hogg, Jr. b. 1820- by Clark S Marlor (undated) ; Clark S. Marlor artist files ; The Salmagundian magazine by Clark S Marlor (ca.1973-) ;

Taught: Adelphi University, Garden City, NY, professor of speech and dramatics (1956-1986), professor emeritus (1986-2020) ;
Students:

Member: Salmagundi Club, New York, NY, honorary laymember (now patron member) (1969-2020) ; Brooklyn Historical Society, Brooklyn, NY, board of directors ; Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY, volunteered library archivist ; Victorian Society of America, New York, NY, member ; Stone Harbor Museum, Stone Harbor, NJ, member ; Cape May Historical Society, Cape May, NJ, member ;
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Awards:

Milestones: Marquis Who’s Who, listed ;

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Document information

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Digital-born document number:
FAD.2020.68289

Digital document provenance:
Original compiled and researched document by the Fine Art Database, 266 West 21st Street, New York, NY.

Document license:
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Record birth date:
August 4, 2020

Last updated: August 4, 2020 at 16:34 pm

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