Edward Windsor Kemble drawings
Two drawings by Kemble, 1888 and undated, with notations in an unidentified hand, and one drawing of a World War I scene by an unidentified artist [Eaby?]. The drawings were done for Century magazine.
William Henry Shelton autobiography
Typescript of Shelton's unpublished autobiography, in which he writes of his boyhood in New York and his experiences in the Civil War. Shelton also describes his career as an artist-illustrator in New York City, beginning in 1871, work for LESLIE'S, HARPER'S, CENTURY, and the NEW YORK LEDGER, how engraving was done …
Robert Underwood Johnson letters
Correspondence received by Johnson at the time he was on the staff of the Century Magazine, including c. 300 letters, arranged chronologically, from Harrison S. Morris, 18 letters from Louis M. De Monvel Boutet, and a handwritten autobiographical account, and letters and cards, 1882-1928, written by Timothy Cole.
Peter W. Westburg Drawings
This collection consists of Westburg's original drawings. The material consists of 105 ink-on-mylar detail drawings of 37 aircraft from the 1920s and 1930s. Westburg executed all these drawings between April 1970 and February 1981.
Timothy Cole papers
The papers of wood engraver Timothy Cole date from 1883-1936, and measure 0.5 linear feet. Found within the papers are letters primarily written by Timothy Cole to the editors of Century Magazine, and letters to Cole from colleagues Gifford Beal, Alice Brown, George de Forest Brush, Kenyon Cox, David Finney, Helen C. Frick, Joseph Pennell, Caroline Powell, John Singer Sargent, and Helen M. Turner. Also found are miscellaneous writings, artwork including wood engravings and printing plates, miscellaneous clippings and a photograph of Cole and his wife.
Century Magazine letters
Correspondence of the Century Magazine and its predecessors, Scribner's Monthly, and St. Nicholas Magazine. Also included is material related to the Century War Series.
Alfred Edward Moore Collection
Moore, Alfred Edward
This collection consists of two letters from Henry Allen Hazen to Alfred Edward Moore as well as two news clippings.
Metropolitan Museum of Art scrapbooks on American illustrators
A series of scrapbooks compiled by Card on late 19th and early 20th century illustrators and cartoonists, each containing illustrations and political cartoons from magazines, newspapers, and books, together with lists of illustrations, and in some cases critical and biographical articles. Most of the reproductions are from Harper's Weekly and Monthly, Scribner's …
Charles Scribner's Sons Art Reference Department records
The records of the Charles Scribner's Sons Art Reference Department measure 7.0 linear feet and date from 1839 to 1962. The records of the department include original art works, photographs, scattered letters, and miscellaneous printed material reflecting the portraiture and other illustration work completed in support of the wide range of materials and topics published by Charles Scribner's Sons over the company's long publishing history.
Don Freeman printed material
An announcement and 18 issues, 1936-1955, of the bi-monthly periodical DON FREEMAN'S NEWSSTAND published by Freeman, featuring sketches of New York City street life (reels LA 9 and 76 and unmicrofilmed); 4 issues of AMERICANA, undated, (unmicrofilmed); and OUR FLYING NAVY, 1944, (reel LA 9) illustrated by Freeman.