New York, NY, U.S.A.
Elvin Montgomery is a consultant, certified appraiser and dealer in history and culture materials (archives, books, photographs, magazines, documents, artifacts, art, etc.). He focuses on informative and often difficult to find material that reveals the doings, thinking, achievements and creative products of the past and present. As a consultant, educator and author he lectures, researches, writes and advises those who own or are building collections. His educational activities are designed to further the work of those who influence the fate of objects and collections including collection owners, writers and artists, cultural institutions, researchers, curators, dealers, estate planners and cultural enthusiasts. He also plans and manages educational events such as seminars to provide better information to audiences that have an interest or a role in cultural and historical affairs. As a dealer he provides historical materials to libraries, museums, private collectors, researchers, writers, educators and the others. He is a member of the board of directors of the Appraisers Association of America and has appraised a number of major historical collections. He has written, spoken and developed seminars on a number of topics including (among others) “Collection Management” and “Collecting Trends and the State of the Market”. Dr. Montgomery is a graduate of Harvard College (Class of 1968) and holds a Ph.D. (1979), M.Phil. and an M.S. (all in psychology) from Columbia University. He teaches psychology at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice (of the City University of New York). He was born and grew up in New Orleans, Louisiana. He has a special interest in African American history, literature and culture and has appraised several major African American history and art collections. INSTITUTIONAL & DEALER DISCOUNTS: 2-3 ITEMS = 10%; 4-6 ITEMS =20%; 7+ ITEMS = 30% ================== IMAGES FURNISHED ON REQUEST================
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