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Every major mail artist sent her examples of their work.

Scholars and graduate students with valid research interests were invited to use the collection.

Brown maintained close friendships with many of the artists whose work she collected, including George Maciunas, Dick Higgins, Ken Friedman, Peter Frank, Mirella Bentivoglio, and Rimma and Valery Gerlovin, to name a few.

In the 1960s Brown and her husband, Leonard traveled to Europe frequently to acquire Dada and Surrealist art works, books, pamphlets and papers, many documented in Motherwell's anthology.

When Leonard died in 1971, Brown moved into the Shaker seed house in Tyringham, Massachusetts.

A significant portion of the archive consists of approximately 500 objects created by Fluxus artists and other contemporaries.

Another large component documents Brown's interaction with the international network of mail artists and those distributing their work via post.

Eric Vos, a researcher and consultant during periods of 1988, 19, processed and cataloged sections of the collection (see research file for his report and checklist).

Jon Hendricks, consultant, visited in 1989 August and helped Vos identify Fluxus materials.

This incident prompted a team of collection maintenance personnel - Rick Zwies, John Pearson, Jessica Holada - to measure and order boxes for each object and write conservation notes.

Most of this work was done in 1995-1996, but continued until 1997.

If an artist's work interested her she asked the artist to create a book for her archive.