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1903
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Archives of American Art

Ignaz Michael Marcel Gaugengigl (1853-1932), Boston, 22 February 1903 to Ezra U. Baker. Re: thanks Baker for his payment for his portrait, and will soon send the portrait of his daughter.

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circa 1880s, circa 1933
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Archives of American Art

Anna Vaughn Hyatt Huntington (1876-1973) candid oval photographic portrait, circa 1933. Christmas gift from Harriet Randolph Hyatt (1868-1960) [Mrs. Alfred G. Mayor], sister of Anna Hyatt Huntington, noted painter, and former pupil of Dennis Miller Bunker, 12 December 1933, to Anna Bemis Stearns (1867-1949). Mrs. Mayor also included a sketchbook po...

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circa 1860s
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Archives of American Art

Wenzler (b. Denmark-d. 27 May 1871, Newport, RI) carte de visite by Maurice Stadtfeld, photographer, 711 Broadway, New York.

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1862
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Archives of American Art

William Holbrook Beard, New York, 28 January 1862, to Tallmadge Ewers (1832-1902), Secretary of the Young Men's Association, Buffalo, regarding that he cannot take less money for his painting -- Bears on a Bender -- , but will reduce the price of -- Grimal Kin's Dream -- , both of which are featured in the Buffalo Y.M.A. exhibition that began on ...

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1862
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London, 2 January 1862, to Edward William Cooke (1811-80, English landscape and marine painter). Cropsey and his wife accept Cooke's invitation to visit the following Tuesday evening.

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1885
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Archives of American Art

Count Luigi Palma di Cesnola, Director of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, 25 March 1885, on museum letterhead, to Hayden W. Wheeler (1827-1904), founder of a prestigious jewelry firm in Manhattan. Regarding an invitation to join the Museum board. Includes an engraved portrait of Cesnola.

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undated
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AAA.mcgumary
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Archives of American Art
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1888
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Archives of American Art

New York, 5 November 1888, to Hemy Whitney Cleveland (1836-1907, clergyman and author), Louisville, Kentucky. Bierstadt declines Cleveland 's request to exhibit pictures in Louisville. He cites the primary reason as the recent default of payment by some gentlemen of Louisville for pictures loaned to the Southern Exposition. This, in turn, had cause...

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1920
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Archives of American Art

Elizabeth Robins Pennell (1855-1936), Philadelphia, 22 December 1920, to Violet Oakley (1874-1961). Re: Pennell accepts Oakley's invitation for her and her husband Joseph Pennell (1957-1926) to spend Christmas Eve together.

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1877
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Archives of American Art

Edward Virginius Valentine, Richmond, 12 March 1877, to Dr. James M. Minor, New York, regarding Minor's returning his bust of General Robert E. Lee to him in Richmond.

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