ALASKA
Alaska Jewish History Museum and Cultural Center, Anchorage

ARKANSAS
Arkansas Arts Center, Prints Collection, Little Rock

ARIZONA
Tuscon Jewish Museum

CALIFORNIA
Magnes Judaic Library, University of California, Berkeley
Skirball Cultural Center, Hebrew Union College, Los Angeles. (Formerly the Skirball Museum.)

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of American History,
Washington, D.C.

IDAHO
Herrett Museum, College of Southern Idaho, Twin Falls

ILLINOIS
Illinois Wesleyan University, Ames Library, Bloomington
Illinois Western University art collection, Macomb
Wesley Foundation, Carbondale
Wesley Foundation, Urbana
Southern Illinois University, Faner Hall Museum collection,
Carbondale
Southern Illinois University, Morris Library collection
University of Illinois, Illini Union art collection, Urbana.
Artwork note: In 2016 the Illini Union informed me that the artwork,  an etching, was missing; presumably stolen by a former UofI Illini Union staffer.

LOUISIANA
Tulane University, Newcomb College Library art collection,
New Orleans

MASSACHUSETTS
C.L. Systems, Newtonville.
Artwork note: CL Systems was sold to a company in Denver called HIS. HIS was later bought by another company. Whereabouts of the artwork, an etching, is not known.
DeCordova & Dana Museum, Lincoln
Harvard University Law School, Cambridge
The M.I.T. Museum, Cambridge
National Consumer Law Center, Boston

MINNESOTA
Minnesota Museum of Art, St. Paul
University of Minnesota, Katherine Nash Gallery, St. Paul
Thompson Reuters West, St Paul. (Formerly West Publishing Company).

MISSOURI
Jefferson Expansion Memorial National Historic Site, St. Louis
Nelson-Atkins Museum, Prints Collection, Kansas City, Missouri
The State Historical Society of Missouri, Columbia
University of Missouri, School of Journalism, Columbia
University of Missouri, Art Department Collection, Columbia
University of Missouri, Museum of Art & Archaeology, Columbia

NEW JERSEY
The New Jersey State Museum, Trenton
Warner-Lambert Corporation, Morris Plains, New Jersey

NEW YORK
National Hemophilia Foundation, National Headquarters, Manhattan
Artwork note: The artwork, a 2×3 ft. hand-colored etching, is missing; presumably stolen by a former employee
Columbia University Law School, Manhattan
Long Island Jewish – Hillside Medical Center, New Hyde Park, NY
The New York Public Library, Prints Cabinet, 42nd Street library, Manhattan
University of Rochester, Interfaith Chapel

NORTH CAROLINA
The North Carolina State Bar, Raleigh

OKLAHOMA
Hillcrest Hospital, Tulsa

OREGON
Portland Art Museum, Vivien & Gordon Gilkey Prints Collection

PENNSYLVANIA
National Museum of American Jewish History, Philadelphia

SOUTH DAKOTA
Dahl Fine Arts Center, Rapid City, South Dakota.
Artwork note: I wrote the center in 2016 and asked if the artwork, a 2×3 ft. etching, is still in the collection. There was no response.

TEXAS
Dallas City Hall, Office of Special Events, Texas
University of Houston, Dept. of Comparative Cultural Affairs

WASHINGTON STATE
Bellingham Cold Storage, Marine Resources Corp. International
Burke Museum Natural History, University of Washington, Seattle
Carr, Tuttle, Campbell law firm, Seattle
Century Link, Seattle, Washington
Artwork note re: the two 2×3 foot etchings, originally purchased by Pacific Northwest Bell, which later became Qwest, then Dex, then Century Link. I don’t know if the artworks are still in the collection.
Country Doctor Community Clinic, Seattle
Daniel’s Broiler, Butcher Corp – Schwartz Brothers Restaurants,
Seattle
First Interstate Bank of Washington, Seattle
Artwork note: FIB was later sold to Wells Fargo. In 2015 I contacted executives at Wells Fargo’s Washington state headquarters, Seattle. They said they do not have the 2 etchings. They declined to state if the etchings were listed in property lists from FIB to Wells Fargo at the time of the transfer.
On Dec. 27, 2018 I read online that there is still a First Interstate Bank of Washington with branches in cities outside of Puget Sound. I will inquire re what happened to my artworks that were in the FIB of Washington collection prior to the Wells Fargo buyout. The framed etchings had hung in the Legal division floor of First Interstate Tower, downtown Seattle.
Jewish Family Service, Seattle, Washington
Museum of History & Industry, Seattle
Pacific Science Center, Seattle
Artwork note: In 2017 I went to see the artwork, so as to video and photograph it – a large framed drawing I drew in St Louis, 1978. It had hung in the PSC’s administrative offices. Current  staff said they had no knowledge of it. In fall 2018 a staffer informed me that they have it. Since then staff have declined to confirm that is is still in the collection or if it had been stolen by a previous (or current) employee
Port of Seattle
Rainier National Bank, Seattle.
Artwork note: Rainier Nat’l Bank was sold to another bank in the early 1990’s. I don’t know what happened to my artworks in the RNB collection: Three large architectural – downtown Seattle cityscape drawings; and two 2×3 ft. etchings.
Real Change, Seattle. (Real Change is a non-profit that advocates for and aids homeless people)
The Seattle Aquarium
Artwork note: As of 2017, the artwork, an etching, is reported missing. Executive staff have declined to ask former and/or present staff as to its whereabouts. It was presumably stolen by a former staffer. It had been installed, framed, in the aquarium’s staff conference room for years.
University of Washington, School of Law, Seattle

Collections owning Segan artworks w/ online collections databases showing photos of the artworks:

NELSON – ATKINS MUSEUM, PRINTS COLLECTION,
Kansas City, Missouri:
Mexico, hand-colored etching & aquatint (1979)
Gift of Ms. Cynthia J. Draney

UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI, MUSEUM OF ART & ARCHAEOLOGY, Columbia:
Auschwitz – HALT! STOJ! The Dead will be Avenged
mixed media drawing (1978) (Other Holocaust Art)
Gift of the artist

PORTLAND ART MUSEUM, VIVIAN & GORDON GILKEY PRINTS COLLECTION, OREGON
Chanler’s Reedbuck Still Life No 1,
hand-colored etching & aquatint (1983)

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