klgart15Romuald Kraus (1891-1954) papers, 1920s-1954Processed by: Archives Staff; machine-readable finding aid created by:Eric WeigUniversity Archives and Records CenterUniversity of LouisvilleMargaret M. Bridwell Art LibraryLouisville, Kentucky40292 USAPhone: (502) 852-6741Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgURL: http://louisville.edu/library/art Copyright 2002 University of LouisvilleLibraries. All Rights Reserved.Machine-readable finding aid derived from Access DatabaseDate of source: 02-21-02Description is in English.Romuald Kraus (1891-1954) papers, 1920s-1954Contact InformationMargaret M. Bridwell Art LibrarySchneider HallUniversity of LouisvilleLouisville, Kentucky40292Phone: (502) 852-6741Email: email@example.comURL: http://library.louisville.edu/artProcessed by: Archives StaffDate Completed: n.d.Encoded by: Eric Weig Copyright 2002 University of Louisville. All Rights Reserved.Kraus (Romuald) (1891-1954) papers, 1920s-1954Kraus, Romuald, 1891-19543.5 linear ft.No online items. Must visit contributing institution. University of Louisville Margaret M. Bridwell Art LibraryLouisville, Kentucky 40292Open to researchersThe copyright interests have not been transferred to the University of Louisville. For further information, see the section on copyright in the regulations and Procedures of the Special Collections Library or consult a reference archivist.[Identification of item], Romuald Kraus (1891-1954) papers, 1920s-1954, Margaret M. Bridwell Art Library, University of Louisville, Louisville.Art and ArchitectureRomuald Kraus, Austrian-born sculptor best known for the statue of "Justice" in the Newark, New Jersey, federal courtroom, taught at the Cincinnati Art Academy before coming to the University of Louisville in 1947 where he taught until his death in 1954. Among the personal papers in this collection are the files of correspondence between Kraus and his wife Esther, various Kraus relatives, the sculptor Henry Kreis, and others. The collection also includes Kraus' sketchbooks and exhibition lists, along with biographical information about Krause and his brother Leo, catalogs, articles, and photographs related to "Justice" and Kraus' other work.