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1869
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William Tilden Blodgett, Jr. (1856-1917), friendship album with poems, sketches, and botanical watercolors, 25 December 1869. Son of William Tilden Blodgett (1823-1875), the New York art collector who was instrumental in founding the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the album was a gift from his cousins Nina and Katy, with amateur sketches and watercolo...

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1839
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23 September 1839, to Mr. Herring, New York. Sully informs Herring that the -- Portrait of Col. Abert -- (John James Abert 1788- 1863) has been shipped to Washington, and that the bill of lading is in possession of John Trumbull (1756-1843). Sully requests that the Abert portrait be exhibited in Washington prior to being exhibited at the New Yor...

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1869
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Two loose watercolors of a Katydid, a type of grasshopper, and "Indian Moccasin" or Lady Slipper flower, by J. D. Forquet, "Drawn from Nature," in the vicinity of Fishkill, New York.

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1826
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Archives of American Art

Autograph letter signed "Sam'l F. B. Morse." Two pages. New York, 30 March 1826. Addressed to Charles R. Leslie, Esq., in London.

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1892
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Kate Fields, journalist, prominent literary and arts figure, Washington, DC, 29 April 1892, to John Sartain (1808-1897). Regarding arrangements for Sartain to attend the Art Congress in Washington the following month.

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1897-1903
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Archives of American Art

Season ticket to an -- Exhibition of Works by the Late John Sartain -- at the Art Club of Philadelphia, 1897. Signed with the compliments of "Emily Sartain." Autograph letter to Miss Levy, signed "Emily Sartain." Philadelphia, 28 May 1903. Letterhead: Philadelphia School of Design for Women/ Broad & Masters Streets/ Miss Emily Sartain, Principa...

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1893
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Erastus Dow Palmer, Albany, 18 December 1893, to the sculptor Jonathan Scott Hartley (1845-1912), New York, regarding his affection for his former pupil, the present of a carte de visite of the -- White Captive -- , mentions Daniel Chester French (1850-1931), John Quincy Adams Ward (1830-1910), Augustus Saint-Gaudens (1848-1907), and George Inness...

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1875
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James L. Claghorne (1817-84), president of PAFA, and John Sartain (1808-97), artist and secretary of PAFA, jointly issue and sign a check for payment of $500 to the Philadelphia firm of Frank Furness and George Hewitt, for architectural designs of their landmark building for the PAFA, considered Frank Furness's masterpiece, completed in 1876.

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1834
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Henry Inman, New York, 30 January 1834, to Prosper Montgomery Wetmore (1798-1876), Albany, President of the American Art Union. Regarding his quest to secure the commission to paint one of the panels for the Capitol Rotunda in Washington, DC, as well as a favorable mention of his talent by John Quincy Adams in the New York Mirror. Includes an engra...

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