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1862
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AAA.mcgumary
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Archives of American Art

New York, 11 April 1862, to Alexander Hay Ritchie (1822-95, engraver and genre and figure painter), New York. Huntington writes to A. W. [sic] Ritchie, 422 Broadway, that he is suffering from the flu and is unavailable for Ritchie to pick up the photograph of his (Huntington's) uncle that Ritchie will engrave; but he will arrange the matter later, ...

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Dates:
1888
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file
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AAA.mcgumary
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Archives of American Art

New York, 26 March 1888, to George Frederick Munn (1851-1907, naturalist painter). Jones responds to Munn's request for photographs of pond lily leaves, mentions Jones's picture owned by Mr. Halstead, and apprises Munn of the current addresses of the painters Edwin Howland Blashfield (1849-1936), Thomas Hovenden (1840-95), and William Lamb Picknell...

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Dates:
circa 1924
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file
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AAA.mcgumary
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Archives of American Art

Louis Ashton Knight (1873-1938), press photograph by Bonney, "'Pont Louis Ashton Knight'…Bridge named after well-known American painter." Shows Knight painting on the bridge.

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1892-1895
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file
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AAA.mcgumary
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Archives of American Art

Typed letter signed "White" on the imprinted stationery of McKim, Mead & White. Two separate pages, four total. New York, 16 November 1895. To Frederick William MacMonnies. Typed letter signed "Stanford White" with holograph additions and three-line holograph postscript, on the imprinted stationery of McKim, Mead & White. Two separate pages, fou...

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Dates:
1889
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file
Collection ID:
AAA.mcgumary
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Archives of American Art

Paris, 18 January 1889, to Miss Wright. Healy writes either to a close acquaintance or patron after receiving some family photographs. Describes works in his studio: full-length portraits of Archbishop Rearden of San Francisco and General Winslow, and a half-length portrait of Monsieur Barbedienne. For the Paris Salon he intends to send full-length...

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Dates:
circa 1860s
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file
Collection ID:
AAA.mcgumary
Repository:
Archives of American Art

William Walcutt (1819-1882) carte de visite by Augustus Morand, Brooklyn, of the Ohio born painter and sculptor.

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Dates:
1885
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file
Collection ID:
AAA.mcgumary
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Archives of American Art

Charles Yardley Turner (1850-1919), New York, 6 April 1885, to Laura Maude Wachschlager. Re: Wachschlager was a young autograph collector and Turner writes: "I will be pleased to see you at my studio some Saturday afternoon between 2 and 5 P. M."

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1872-1874
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AAA.mcgumary
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Archives of American Art

Joseph Foxcroft Cole, Paris, three letters (1872-1874) to Jeremiah Otis Wetherbee (1832-1901), Boston. Wetherbee was a prominent lumber merchant.

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circa 1870s
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Collection ID:
AAA.mcgumary
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Archives of American Art

Thomas Dow Jones (1811-1881), sculptor, cabinet card portrait of the artist, inscribed by him "T. D. Jones/Sculptor."

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Dates:
1854-1859
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Collection ID:
AAA.mcgumary
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Archives of American Art

Henry T. Tuckerman, art critic, New York, 6 November 1854, to Benson J. Lossing (1813-1891), historian and art historian. Regarding Tuckerman's desire to obtain a copy of Lossing's profusely illustrated -- Pictorial Field Book of the Revolution -- (1851) and inquiring about his progress on -- Pictorial Field Book of the War of 1812 -- (1862). ...

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