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1882
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Archives of American Art

George Henry Smillie (1840-1921), Marblehead Neck, Massachusetts, 24 September 1882, to Hattie Merrifield. With a calling card signed "James D. Smillie," (James David Smillie 1833-1909). Re: George H. Smillie informs Hattie Merrifield that he will return to New York the first week of October, and that he takes pupils at $30 a month, or has a class ...

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1912
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Marie Shields Myer, 1 June 1912. Invitation from the New York School of Applied Design for Women for an exhibition of Myer's works on view from June through August 1912.

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1872
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New York, The Institution for the Savings of Merchants' Clerks, bank check, 22 April 1872, for $35, payable to Mrs. Dillor or Bearer.

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1895
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Giverny, France, 25 September 1895, to Mrs. S. C. Blodget, East Greenwich, Rhode Island. Writing from the prominent artists' colony and home to Monet, Low responds to Mrs. Blodget that he does not possess any photographs of his works but that copies can be procured by contacting William Kurtz, 6 E. 23rd St., New York. Giverny, France, 25 September...

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undated
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AAA.mcgumary
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1907
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Frederick William MacMonnies (1863-1937), Giverny, France, 28 March 1907, to Miss Jones. Re: some photographs to be sent.

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1938
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1893-1913
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Samuel Colman, New York, 30 April 1893, to an unknown correspondent, regarding a request for a photograph of the artist, to which he answers that there has never been one on the market. Samuel Colman, Greenwich, Connecticut, circa June 1902, to the auctioneer Edward W. Kearney (1852-1918), regarding letter of sympathy about the fatal illness of hi...

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1893
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