John Frederick Lewis selected letters
The letters, predominately incoming, relate to Lewis' activities on behalf of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts regarding exhibitions, prizes, hiring, and problems relating to the teaching staff. There are also letters relating to the Philadelphia Water Color Club, the Art Club of Philadelphia, Lewis' collecting, and letters from …
Violet Oakley Memorial Foundation records
Correspondence with artists, performers and other organizations, 1943-1984; financial records, including a membership dues account book, 1961-1972, bank statements, 1979-1985, invoices, 1973-1980, insurance forms, 1976-1983, tax records, 1965-1982, and grant records, 1971-1983; constitution and by-laws; transcripts of hearings concerning Cogslea; inventory lists, 1982-1986; documents concerning the sale of property and the transfer of material to the Pennsylvania Academy …
Edward Taylor Snow papers
Correspondence, bills, receipts, photographs, catalogs and a scrapbook of printed material relating to Snow and the Art Club of Philadelphia. The Art Club materials are official or semi-official and pertain to exhibits and committee meetings. Included are sale receipts for the Art Club gallery.
Material relating to The Columbianum, including the constitution, by-laws and an exhibition catalog.
Art Club of Philadelphia records
The microfilmed Art Club of Philadelphia records consist of exhibition catalogs and annual reports. Reels P89-90 contain catalogs from exhibitions of oil painting and sculpture (1890-1909), and catalogs from exhibitions of watercolors and pastels (1891-1903). Neither set of catalogs is a complete set. Also included on Reel 3656 are annual reports (incomplete) which …
Print Club scrapbooks
Scrapbooks documenting the activities of the Print Club since its founding.
Oral history interview with Berthe Von Moschzisker
Fine, Ruth, 1941-
51 Pages (Transcript)
An interview of Berthe Von Moschzisker conducted 1988 Aug. 29, by Ruth Fine, for the Archives of American Art. Von Moschzisker speaks of her background and education; the founding and history of the Print Club of Philadelphia, including her 25 years as director; artists affiliated with the club; and events and activities organized …
Artists' Fund Society records
The Artists' Fund Society records, microfilmed on Reel P24 contain a manuscript of the constitution (1837); a memorial to the U.S. Congress that the Revenue Bill should include a tax on every foreign print or picture brought into the United States for protection of American Artists, signed by John Neagle, President …
Ladies' Art Association records
The 1871 Constitution, publicity materials (1876-1888), published lists of members, a petition to the State of New York for financial aid, and correspondence (1887-1914). A 1914 letter from a member outlines the history of the Association.
Pearl Fox letters from artists
Letters to Fox from artists in response to Fox's invitation to serve as jurors for the Cheltenham Art Centre's annual exhibitions. Correspondents include Milton Avery, Isabel Bishop, Al Blaustein, Philip Evergood, Lee Gatch, Adolph Gottlieb, John Heliker, Joseph Hirsch, Morris Kantor, Dong Kingman, Karl Knaths, David Levine, Loren MacIver, William …