Of note in this subseries are the few files regarding disaster plans as well as a 1920 report prepared by a five-member committee appointed by Philadelphia's Mayor J. Hampton Moore. With most of the works of art in storage and requiring insurance, done at a cost to the City, the Mayor directed the committee to make recommendations regarding the storage, restoration and exhibition of the Johnson Collection. Addressing a number of issues, the commission was of the opinion that "a gallery in the new Art Museum would be a proper place of the exhibition of the pictures. The museum referred to was the building then under construction at the top of the Parkway--the future home of the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
Johnson Collection Curatorial Records : VII. Operations and facilities : E. Collection management : 1. Miscellany
Sub-subseries 1. Miscellany
Date:1920-, n.d.Scope and Content NoteArrangement
Alphabetical by subject.