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1858
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Archives of American Art

Joseph Lemuel Chester, prominent genealogist, Washington, DC, 15 May 1858, to Benson J. Lossing (1813-1891), eminent historian and art historian. Regarding Chester's efforts on behalf of house guest Rembrandt Peale (1778-1860) to sell Peale's portrait of Washington, all of which had been facilitated by Lossing.

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1892
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AAA.mcgumary
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Archives of American Art

Frederic Edwin Church, Hudson, 9 February 1892, to Charles Louis Seeger (1860-1943), publisher, exporter, father of poet Alan Seeger and grandfather of folk singer Pete Seeger. Regarding their forthcoming trip together to Mexico, Church's travel arrangements, and their rendezvous in New York City.

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1813
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Archives of American Art

Gideon Fairman, Philadelphia, 4 October 1813, to Gorham A. Worth (1783-1856), Cashier of the Farmers and Mechanics Bank, Albany, regarding new bank note designs with small sketch from America's first prominent engraver.

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circa 1883-1894
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Archives of American Art

Dictated letter (handwritten) to Sadakichi Hartmann, signed in another hand "A. H.Thayer." Monadnock, New Hampshire, 23 April [no year given]. Autograph letter to Clara A. May, signed "Abbott H. Thayer." Annotated at top in another hand "21 April 1894." Autograph letter to Mr. Koehler, signed "Abbott H. Thayer." Cornwall-on-Hudson, 12 May 1885. ...

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1904
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AAA.mcgumary
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Archives of American Art

Childe Hassam, New York, 24 March 1904, to the novelist and playwright Louis Evan Shipman (1869-1933), Cornish, New Hampshire, regarding payment for a painting and an invitation to visit. Includes envelope.

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1873
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Archives of American Art

Benson J. Lossing, eminent historian and art historian, Dover Plains, New York, 2 December 1873, to Morven M. Jones (1815-1886), Utica, New York, attorney, autograph collector, and victim of one of the most scandalous political trials of the Civil War. Regarding the publication of his historical documents.

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1881
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Archives of American Art

Munich, 11 March 1881, to Francis Seligsberg. Four-page letter written in German with a watercolor sketch of two female artists holding portfolios, one calm and tidy, the other quite disheveled.

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1891
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AAA.mcgumary
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Archives of American Art

Julian Alden Weir (1852-1919), Branchville, Connecticut, 26 July 1891, to "Dear Max," [Paris, France]. Re: Weir sends eight etchings including the Portrait of Dr. Weir, "which is $35, already having sold some." "I hope you have made many finds in the shape of fine etchings (& not girls!). I have put etching aside for the present & have some twenty ...

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1915
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Archives of American Art

Yonkers, New York, 29 March 1915, to the editor of the Art Annual. In response to the editor's query, Brevoort will need a few days to have a photograph made of himself to satisfy her request.

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undated
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Archives of American Art

Kenyon Cox undated draft fragment of a humorous speech regarding the building of the paintings collection at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

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