Timothy Cole letter and related materials
Three items tipped onto a sheet of thin cardboard: a letter (including envelope) dated Oct. 20, 1915 from Timothy Cole to Helen Wright of the Sales Department of Fine Arts at the Pan Pacific International Exhibit saying that he has sent her a proof of "the Maternité by Carriére"; a letter dated …
William Lewis Fraser letter
A letter from Frank French to Fraser, November 6, 1885, rejecting Fraser's request on behalf of Timothy Cole to allow Cole to engrave his portrait by Wyatt Eaton.
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.
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.
Elbridge Kingsley papers
An autobiography; list of the Kingsley Collection; and photographs.
Alphaeus P. Cole papers
Biographical material; diaries; correspondence, financial material; notes; writings; art work; printed material; and photographs
Louis A. Holman papers and Holman's Print Shop records
Holman's Print Shop
Goodspeed's Book Shop
Letters, writings, a scrapbook, printed material, and files on printmakers documenting Holman's career as a Boston print dealer at Goodspeed's Book Shop and the Holman Print Shop.
Herman T. Radin letters
Letters to Radin from painters, etchers, mezzotinters, wood engravers, lithographers and book-plate designers, primarily from England, but also from Wales, Germany, Austria, Belgium and the U.S.
Letters to Albert Rosenthal
Letters received, mainly from artists, Sept. 27, 1885-June 3, 1936, and undated, about works of art, invitations, exhibitions, art, travels and other art related subjects.
Interviews of artists and architects associated with the National Academy of Design
Transcripts and handwritten drafts of interviews of 86 artists and architects associated with the National Academy of Design, conducted by Lockman. Also included are a few biographical sketches.