Kit Kat Club printed material
Programs for the Kit Kat Club's 3rd and 4th Annual Artists' Masque Ball, Feb. 16, 1909 and Feb. 7, 1910; and a 1909 advertisement for the sale of property for single family residences in Rutherford, N.J., by the Carlton Realty Company, with the stipulation that "For every sale ... that can be traced to this advertisement, or to …
Penguin Club invitations
Two printed invitations to stag dinners at the Penguin Club.
Penguin Club printed material
An announcement for "The Penguin Strawberry Festival" at Cella's Park, Fort Lee, N.J., 1917, and related clippings; an announcement for "A Penguin Post Season Dinner to celebrate the departure permanently to England of the honorable and talented Horace Brodsky," 1923; an invitation and note to LaSalle Spier regarding a stag dinner of …
The Club records kept by Philip Pavia
Club (New York, N.Y.)
Several notebooks kept by Pavia, recording charter and voting members, dues collected, expenses, payments, and prospective and scheduled speakers for lectures and panel discussions. Scattered throughout are addresses and telephone numbers, notes and a few sketches. Also included are ca. 30 postcard announcements for Wednesday and Friday night panel discussions, lectures …
Union League Club records
1 Volume (Addition)
REEL N68-13: Exhibition catalogs and announcements; correspondence; various lists; and the Franklin Tuttle drawings of members of the club.
Catherine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club records
Correspondence; vital information; exhibition announcements and catalogs.
Lotos Club menu for a dinner in honor of William T. Evans
Menu printed on board with 24 signatures in pencil on verso and a sketch of a man smoking a pipe. Signatures are: William T. Evans; J.W.; Frank R. Lawrence; Charles [?] H. Lennox; George H. Bogert; Louis Paul Dessar; G.E. Schanck; Chester D. Lord; J.A. Prenderford [?]; H.W. Watsons [?]; U. Armstrong [?]; David B …
F. Roger Downey letter
From Downey to an unknown recipient regarding the 1969 invitation to the Kit Kat Club Ball, stating that it "was a reproduction of the sketch by artists of Kit Kat in 1917."
Oral history interview with Ludwig Sander
An interview of Ludwig Sander conducted 1969 February 4-12, by Paul Cummings, for the Archives of American Art. Sander speaks of his early exposure to art and music in New York; his travels in Europe; studying with Alexander Archipenko at the Art Students League; studying with Hans Hofmann in Munich and Positano …